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WIFE AND INDIAN TAKEN Year's Pursuit Ends in ArDEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1 per Year No. 5 us HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, AUGUST 15, 1913. appears to be about 30 years old. She claims that her daughter, who was with her In Minneapolis, Is 7 years old, Instead of 12, and that there is a son. Cherron una seen in the mon'squar ters after tho Bertlllon photographer had finished with him. Ho lookca ,111(0 a half-casIndian, and exhib- lted an Indian's reluctance about talking. te CANDY AND FILES PIONEER MISSIONS' POWER STILL FELT UpUU UlCdl it its of Redmen. SENT PRISONER n JIl UCllVCiy .- numerous descendants of the Chou-teatoi Oklahoma, especially In Nowata County, and all are proud of their lineage. They spell their name "Chouteau," not "Choteau." AUTO PARTY FIRED UPON Near Central City Sat- - - - . Kansas City, Mo., Aug. d. Prompt of Couple. action by Patrolman Mcllee In hurlurday Night. ing a bucket of water on a burning y motor car early probably eav- Webb Law Held Invalid. Ufj el occupants, but tho Woman Says Indian Was Her Ottumwa, la., Aug. 8. The Woman is arrested Charged Arkansas Once Claimed What Is brought llvce ot condemnation upon tho offi Woman Seriously Wounded, and law, prohibiting the shipNow Part of the State of cer from women members of the parWith Sending Files to First Husband and ment of liquor from "wet" to "dry" Coal Miner Is Placed ty because their gowns were bespatStates Is unconstitutional in the op Oklahoma. tered. Loathes Pursuer. the Prisoner. inion of State District Judge F. M. Behind Bars. From alighted cigar stump, thrown Hunter, given In a decision Into the folds of the canvas top, a The action was started by several r St. Paul, Minn., August 12. Mrs. J. express companies, who were attack- - The Madisonvllle Mustier Tuesday Tahlequah, Ok., August 12. A con- - , 0,aze suddenly sprang from the Central City, Ky., Aug'. 1L r- Therewaa tern. 'portion of what la now Ok- Central City jail was being guarded-las-t F. Bradford and H. M. Cbcrron were ed by State officials because they said: shipped liquor to dry, countlea from Two steel files! neatly restin be- night for the purpose of protectWM once cIalmed by the arrested hero a few days ago by deIllinois and Missouri One suit wns tween a fa.. bottoih of a box of al.Sgh Testaumnt" ing Sam Nlcholla, a whit ecool mise tective Fred Turner an a complaint started here and another at Centers- - candy, failed to reach H. C. Barbour, n,sfu , and fe,zed a b . ot water' In er, both from his friends and bis lisdu by J. F. Bradford of Medicine vllle, but the actions were Joined In I lingering in the county bast.e.awalt- . . . . . .. KAOWn as m and US tho .. . enemies. There was considerable talk - out ...... .,...i..., nnA of mobbing ' ling trial on a. charge of grand lar - northwest corner was In section 1, Hat, Canada, Both the man and wo- court. v.. Nloholls on the street water thrown from the policeman's t m, h mn,Mnu Ti,. fh nn.wtnn f d man arrested are said to be Sunday, and there were also rumors nge 18 north- b bespattered their clothing, ? Indians. Bradford la a reputed mil- law was void because it delegated Will Milter, who is connected with dldnt that his friends would try to- get lionaire ranchman and also president authority from Congress to the States trie Jail, and the escape so carefully him out, but no. trouble occurred. n d,d yOU? fc-"of tho Federal Oil and Gas Company to regulate Interstate commerce in planned by the prisoner la off. for Saturday night Nlcholla aid tea WM the women. ot CK.gary. There are several Inter- liquor which power Judge Hunter, the time being, any way. Mrs. Lum is now the .north-- , say that was awkward." companions,, came to. Central City i should n- --t .inn i. iM ki esting features to the case, includ"" . . I.three-mile- s iciuubo w wue.vw u.v... -- ou.vn.n in uuv iu o rn..n... Iflu IuroKO- Beconalenl""no occupant. from their homes at Hillside, charged with sending the files to t" ing the existence of a couple of chil- cannot be delegated. T""act"'creating Lovely Coun- - Before m a officer could recover from away, and began drinking. Ar legislative the Barbour dren of Jho women,about the possesthey started, home an automobile ....,.--.-"' u. wuluwlcul iu wu ojieu away, nflpmnnn th Satnri1.iv Twenty Dollars in Gold. nnitmiifl sion of whom there Is a contest. passed them In the suburbs of the A county seat, to which was given (Mrs. Bradford Is outspoken In her - -- .. Will be given by W. E. Ellis, the delivered a small box, addressed to UXQJJOIUD aJIVOVIXIT;, .. city. Nlcholla pulled two plstlos oadf xtii.in KM MUU VUl UU Marriage License. prterence for Cherron and says be produce merchant of Hartford, at the Barbour, care the Jail. The mall was flourished' them at the chauffeur, aad' ... v . .. w . . " .... a t.A . .. ... JHtt..AUJ . Mi I Mflll tflll... ."-J. M; Paris, and Erman L. Harris, when the ...0. i was uer jirui auauanu . bo Ohio County Fair, for best saddle wmtreu w latter drove on NlohoUa 8,t"ated' Tn0 and 'bis prisoner ? route '3, Hartford The arrest of the two at a house ana harness horse, either sex, any had been suspicious of fired 'two shots Into the auto patCy. .. ... on Wfiams srteet after a nursult nw - faA w A.h - . . HnN. -- - hn.iaht for some Umee. he took the boxahd '',-?- : couniy juage; . inomas nioore, I "oscoe Flritle and Annie Miller, of. One shot went directly through the -o " oii Unstlns for nearly a year I. the se- - of hlm. Must entcr conte8t oy Sep. went to to, cell of Barbour telling ,k8rlf'f, and Jolm DUlon, county clerk. body of Mrs. W. M. Houston, who , Young, Narrows, and Willie quel to a tangled love affair which be tember 1, 1S13. First prize Is $15.00. M that he. had a package for him. j,avely County was ,n existence one' held a baby in 'her arms. A shift . . . . .; gan whw tho woman was but 16 second best, $5.00, uuiuiairaucoutu nj ctu.ic n, to- from the left arm to the right .v.1. E. Grant, Barretts Ferry. wue j.l "" """ , 4U"r uk it n.K... i. f ears d and when both she and -.moments previously saved,, the .u, Cherron were residents ot Stillwater, babyHfe, as the bullet cade oat ALLS TARIFF BILL nprvous as tha official btxrali to . . . REWARD U. S. SAILOR vrv Minn. at the 'point where u 'head, rested, The latest chapter in (he strange left breasjt 'The HELL FOR FARMER" on Mrs. Houston 'a. through romance was written on the police second shot went the coat FOi SAVING BIS SON blotters after Mr. Bradford, with the sleeve ot John Grigsby, who sat on "" "" the boHiidary of the Cherokee ,', as the bottom looked aid or detectives, had located the ' the front seal' of the car. causing av fcitef'tnown as the Cherokee mT, suspicious V hlm.and another things woman and her former husband and ;' His Products Unprotected But flesh wound; 8trlp nd No RUnfl Land pleaded with her to return to his After Four Years Sfriijjfleld after the candy was removed, the Mrs. Houston was carried to a near'' ur .uk.yuuj. Al "WMF ussion.. weight ot the box still seemed unusranoh home, but without success. Two Hli Purchase Taxed, by residence- - an A." th'e Central' CKy S100 for Man ually heavy. A cjoseer examination drlBgtthellfe of Lovely County, was children ,ono said to bo about 12 and police, were ' oaUed. Chief Langley.'je- - . first Protestant, conferesce. I revealed the fact that a second botWarrea'Declares. the other 7 years did, are Involved Heroic lisctte.-"-- a cured an automobile and haataeti w the State or Oklaho-curel- y ia what torn had been placed In the box. se- in the case. They have not yet been to the scene. He' cauaht Sad glue4 about the edges. This ma- - Its session continued from found by the detectives, but Mr, vember 2 to 7, 1823, and began at 5:15 "According to tho declaration ot ed Nloholls and ailfcfs compaalqatf 'was removed and underneath it was Bradford expects to get possession! ecal without finding a "weapon, but saw ling . Springfield. Mo Aug. o clock each morning and closed at , mak 0Uf tn them and Jake then, back to Cal-- 1 an aJmoat forvotten incident that oc- - tWQ . ftee, . . . . ...... Be. 9 n flock each avcninir. Tho modern- - one .of raia great war leadera lm ,8 Nlcholls dropping some cartridge . .j senaior ... t... " a warren ;. cureiy sewea to xne iaise oouom, o avti tne Kary. Sirs, urauroru says mat placed" him and' curred four years ago when the bat- w mor .urnriaed at this dis- - tor was Rev. Bonton Plxioy. who was 8Ueoch dlBCUaalnir the ai,icliulira, from his pocket, and children are tho result ot her niarrl- AIluatAti nftt In U1U11 Ktl Ul IIUIUIUUI ilt - f- n0 tinvmnnir 1U1DOIU11. two Tucker brothers" under' arrest. telshlp South Dakota was anchored covery .1 . a 111 t I 1a! -Utl waeuuw ,.nl..a..l ui Al laiuii !! : man was me priacraericcoruage to unerron wnen sne waB dui it tuo . oiu. .. Resistence was offered, but draws In .e,Bay f na,'eUa' N,oarafua' ing to his action. The officer took the Marato dcs Cea- - in Mtamuri., .ThJfl neVOT has been denIed andi ars old. . revolvers cowed the disarmed men. a for ,10 ,haf, Two Oklahoma missions. Union and llDept of fcelV?d charge of .the Ules and the prisoner t ha According to the police Bradford has by Quartermaster Kobln Southern, Dwlght. were represented. The scribe Jng y,,8 bm j, to be Indeed hell. Two pistols, identified as belonging: was allowed to enjoy the candy. seeking his wlfo and Cherron n been ' o- navy re- wfla PoV Wr Plifltimfln. .. .... rar fl tn rarmr nr ftw Mrh. to Kicholls, were found' near' she They charge of the United States A long letter (27 pages) was re- St. 1'aul for several days. scene of the shooting, and' then Nfea-oi- ls .. , crulting station In Springfield, as .,. . These two missions exerted a wide- --, ... ...' -nrfoi.1M1. ool1ln,IV .i ., confessed. u, P" mtluence for good in the In--- ..About overythlng h,,. -- ned.to it. "! to te"A". wlth no luuue ...re to a flat on Jay street in St. Norrell. of Col. ry. In 1835 Rev, S. A. Wor- the U80 , A reign of terror has. been main' ,SiirWei dlan hIg h,8 ,6lter the wrlte Vaul. They left this flat and went to ,.. .. ltaI and . wealthy ranchman .. . H. C. Norvell. .j . cester established a niimtlmr nrces ttuu . uo vrouuoi 01 t... wiiu .... iew. talned along the Hillside road for .j. j uota out .. ' a house on Williams srteet, wnere nf no.li WnvrM a Ariz f.lthpr. f thn .v. ine prisoner wouia "zina-wsw- u lnat ' at ffnlin ...... .A1- - aw A f1aatnn nnA fmm that nrA5M oxecpuoae " "y"" wu ' .: ,' must meet the competi - , ...aMl mnm,!.. - a- p VL he wanted in the box" sent that day. - w"' thev were arrested by the city detec- - youtn h uno eaT wa the tlon of the .world with Its cheap, po- - Jo Martin, a .Greenville young'Kaa, who oww hi8 llfe to uarter-- 1 The letter was a very affectionate ia tlve. Detectives are now Rooking for Southern- the Cherokee Almanac. on; pauper tabQr whe overjthlng he was shot while driving pat HUIaMe- cPy lone, according to the officers who Xhe daughter, who is said to be with mafter I aave'.beea - in a bugy' Auto to buy' barrtag ccrtaln read frlends of the mother in Minneapolis. , o held up once or twice, land shoottes Huia' es. is taxed." ""f t0, of l" Mrs. Lum Adcoclc, who it Is said Both Cherron and the woman ap- - PakotaltlThe John Ross, the renowaed chief, A1Iudtog to rinto Nicaragua at the outbreak aeclaratlonB of ? the highway has been reqiteaC, wa8 Jlvlng wlth, Barbour at the time Deared in Police Court and entered anUforelgner feeling there to 1909- - ot hls Cherokees, and for twenty- - tn0 Democrats that the RepuWlcan U a the frequency of 'these occur- iwho of last arrest In Indiana, and technical picas of not guilty . years continued to publish the g day Southern was detailed to tak leadenj through tfleJr f 'rences which causes Indignation, tobeeen Uv,ng uear tQWh wag ar, four Cherron told 0ne Mrs. Bradford and charge of at "at D,ace- - 1umf0l,9 speeches were trying to bring on a K to th re,,ef hlh In this vicinity, A.m rested late Saturday night on a charge almanac conflicting stories ot their exitolts Mrs. Houston Is .the wife o an offl- le,can" who were ref"Be, lnxthe of having sent the files to Barbour. tfactiand W periodicals - an,c Wamjn when seen at the police station. 'clal ot the Gibraltar Coal Compaq Amerlcan at Corlnto. ..30 when btmgbl to town and her the Cherokee language were distribdouats "I left this roan Bradford," said the raeuan rebels on shore onened fire She . ....... . ..,,. . . .... . -- . HJU&Ma. . .. j L... . -. woman, "nearly a year ago Decause .. . .oona piacea ai ow, wnicn snegave,, uted from this Dress. ibutomiui ouwomo 10 a proyoeea. ea- - orwrnif Inir a half mll fmm Americans and, to add to, i muugui iu uo fatally burt. tor .Monday mom- - For a number of years in the early enterprise or policy, he throws niit.s"o trJal beg. abusive and made f" he was. cruel and squall came up and ,ng When tho oaaee wag her paft ot the nineteenth century friend- - hedges In the way of strawmen or as the bullet missed her lung. Grigsand tho,r danser. a fun of mo before the relatives by Is also connected wlih the Gibrathe oa became rough of hie family. members Desu,te all the. efforts of the men Creeks waststralned. Pa-,- of the land hand on tho other fellows for what ltar Coal Company. Supt. Smith, of and the prlaoner wa8 held to await "He doesn't live in Calgary, but .. u. tne actjon ot ujg grand juryt her ceoea oy me unuea einies uovern- - he fears might happen to his policy. the Gibraltar Company, and Mayor JhI.Medlclno Hat. They say he ,9 w ci. vUD " "" bond being placeed at $300 which she ment 10 me uneroKces ,n jh5 naa can It be possible that our Demo- - Woodburn, of Central City, offered ' "l'0"cu DV""D "T rich .but that Isn't so. He'd bo a shore. Five men already had been rewards agregatlng $600 for the apceded to the Creeks in 1827-2- 8, ' cratlc friends arc Jhus hedging T." gave. I been joor man If he paid his debts.' klUed h the buUets tnm 8ncre prehension of the parties who did l A second letter. In the same hatad- - and many dUputes arose bbtween the tall, muscular a Retard and 'wo w,erol d!wnr wnen the (Writing, was received by Barbour two tribes concerning boundaries. A the.' shooting. Card from Mr. Brown. d woman .and claims to be a Iauncn caps zed. A1H the men who 'Monday mornlng Thls letter was more definite boundary treaty was Hartford, Ky., Aug. 9. 1913. ltllan. She donled that Cherron was were struggling . the water were . Notice to Trustees. Saturday, and the pris- - made by the Federal Government at ' Indian. When seen In the matron' To the Republicans of Ohio Co. take care of themselves ex- - Qneer wM a,ny.ei for a,iowing the Iah, nihai. rruiuaij 1.1 IQ'tt O lirOAMnfvfl "Vn. uiwuit. Ctl.Mln. ai. owi of tho station she was dress- - abf uarters Organization of Division Board of cept young Norvell. Southern seized otflcera to brIng hlm back to Madis- - year after Cantonment Gibson had I x desire to teke this method and Trustees. d lu a rather. expensvle . blue suit. tr. .... .. . .. ..... . ... hlm hv tho hair and swam with him envmo. -t - ruiumn -" -- " ku. nhnH "opponuniiy 01 manning my many ' upturned boot It was fuUj, 30 it is saiu. which appeared to De ot suit, ane Division No 1 at ?918 Tm. under8to6d that Mrs. Adcock" A number ot Osage Indian towns frlendB of phlo county who so faith- -' talked at first wltl, comparative froe-- to, Aug 9 territory fully Btood t0 me and supported me knowledge oi tha box of had been established in this N? ' 2, Fordsvllte. school !mln.ut? bet?r lh!T, W,rf TBedKy dnles dom. - candy or of the tiles sent to Barbour, wwen ne government gave to mo m the recent Primary in my race for bulldin Tuesdav 9 a. m. " "Cherron was my first husbaind," to the Pa- - and atoutljr denled her guilt. the , Cherokees, and a bitter feud existed the Republican nomination for As- .1 Division No. 6, Centertown school I ""f.1" .she said. "I married him when .- j.u- .. . .. T. . ...- . .. . -- u. nnat Bnilfhart. lna fllffhlt rf , will Miller made a round of. the ""-- "" 'n "" sessor or tho county, i was dereated huildlne Tuesdav 2 p. m. we have two " was 1G years old and ". -. . ' "' 0y a smaii raajoruy ana aimougu local naraware stores nere Aionoay build-ov- er Part or tnis trouble is children. never heard of him since mornJng t0 ascertain whether the ferences In manners and' customs, defeated. 1 am still a Republican and 'ln Division No 3 Dunde Bank wedneedaV 9 a m wants ..,"?,. had the children. Bradford , glvo my woceaam opponent myl were bought here or not and The Cherokees had supreme contempt to get thorn .but he'll have a hard "" "" No 4. Alt Pleasant school found that they weren ot He tele- - for the Osagesia the latter now have warme8t 8Upport. To those who favor-- 1 buZng find fatheKr' c?- - No"el1 doing it. I dare him to lme " had ret"rae(i aXter havln8 The Osages disliked any up then. If 1 hod given them..... t--and run away from home seven years phoned to the. hardware men at for tha Greeks. th nrow hni.i aa ..v om3 0f my. opponenU I Brier school ., , . . ..omm ' which .. .. .. 6- i "1". " .:." gone bacK to nim uiero wouianmav urn Rnvprnl vnarn iwnngxon aau air. uw"lu. uul n'"u ; uuiru 'building Friday, 9 a. m. T, . .. . .. ... HDRtlt In the rtnnAa - word, " m wms were iUUU . Again thanking sincerely wose AU tho trustees are urged to be "' ythat city, said he sold two rues to " heen an arrest. But I wotJld rather ma urnaKs-niee- er nnH n.niyi r Mre' Adcock Friday afteraooa. go to iail than live with hint again. Wh? "!P.P0rt.Od at these meetings as muou Amelia bIv " . juaayn avm. wuo vi wis waw vwaw nnn wiin rnn nnnr wisnpR rnr ! inn 1 never intend to go back to .t .'. ' --.- .'' Hat . .? -- . ... present. site -- 1... .h tM. t.n ' ? m. h.va n. oa ...i auj .. aij. mv t wo. iiv-- ..ivM - h muv ..- - hn' 11 impossible to secure. ;. " . ' .... j hwl iwnimunvln. If' uur- - waere Piv Very sincerely, remaimiiwen. Ing with. Cherron unhwfuliy it's" a' ,' the doctrine laid 'down by tha DemoHENRY LEACH, Supti "7 to wlu tovlUtton to come 'I his trlb- U distant was the O. WILL BROWN. lly nothing iaVtobe,- - . .uthat ile I was hried by him as his house- - ranch and of BigTrack. near' the present (Advertisement.) dntewits keeper. When I was over In Mln- - a Card . family as be . coasidered . but the , -asite of Saoeeyab.and also near Glare- .u u avw, vvk . "' 4b 4 wmiiwvaw fcU(V vli UUSSUUlOVt w nMilJOlIB 1 WUriVVU UW I in Pieaes August 11. 1913. jre Mound, the latter named Ml. ilUfl. tSawe oaaaot wejl be consumers until iorlt. 1 can toll who I worked for." " Aug 12. Health Is good in this To the voters of Ohio County ; T are producers. There will not he nW9ro1 ae greaiwaranieroiiueuBJftrs. iBradford was asked to tell Just C0Dlill I I am very thankful for your sup- community at this writing. money to buy goods until there are e.C Claremore. how Bradford abused her . We are enjoying a good rata at port and influence and hope the .In Lovely County was probably (the The Ohio County Fair. Sept. 24, wages paid tor labor. " Well, he came in and tried rto beat received the nosa- I whole ticket that Now la the AU that is Ignored by Democrats, first trading pat In Indian Territory, this time. me once, but hewasn't big enough, 25, 2 and 27, 1913. The, creek Is bait bank full ot lnatioh will win.' Again thaakln and it anded with me pulling a gun opportune time to commence pre- - as it always, haa been, and t U at- - It not in the satire Oklahoma country " 'the. voters for their klndaeaia.! paring your stock. Don't put It off. sumed, in some, way nev.er pointed It, was established lnl796, on Orande water. ..'-- . on him." ' Our Sunday school at this place Is in the Primary, Aug. 2, I aut oa any out, wages will be abundant even River, by Pierw Chouteau, for (he Trs. Bradford said that she has You can not feed thwa " V Sincerely. been married three times, but de- - better feed than Arab Horse Feed, when Industry Is thrown flat by a purpose of. trading with the Osages. getting along nicely. SEP T. WILLIAMS. Jaralgaa dined at Mr. be- - sold by W. E. ELLIS, Produce Mw- - policy which deliberately lets in tor- - It was occupied doug after the Cher-Aunt Sarah cllned to say who the other man ( (Advertisement.) okees entered tab country. &M; There are W. F, Saaaetur's Sunday last. iga competition. Buffalo News. Ides Cherron aad Bradford was). She chant, Hartford, Ky. rest Al ville. ...... lfH Women Rebuke Policeman Who HtdUldUU- - 1UUUCULC n n.t. IlcLU- saves Tneir Lives. to-da- Vebb-Keny- - to-da- speed-slderab- le baK-brec- o.,.a hh i. f1 ""? "-"- ... .Ji .- ua "" f" ' ', 'd "?" ,,.. i- !? fTZST' " Sfid'S? T S7;',Jmr """?. Ie i0?S,ffa " . ,ll ? y" - "' .. ... 1 1 I I prf T p.-m-.- cou, b,.;; M-w- t.R --j ua. j.2j ,t J I "'"f 0tlt. leiyis helde 12.-R- -. ........ r r.-- tmru MM .H.n,n. '.j ,. J? Twt1"". J .... wr. ,, ... ...... -n- . . ..-- ...'.. JHrl!" tf T lM0 st '"f1 .... """" - '? " J' n2F?F Ti "! P"s V"? 4 f , , j ." . .v., - --- half-bree- -- . ". "" .. "' "" - ay I Son 5 man-of-w- ar 'i.. "" "-- ll01 f. """" .Iz '.. ' '..h.!;x,uraiCo"OT',ko",r1"'r 2hirs"' "" wi "." " r..--.. .!. - 'V .;- " " ... ... ,...... .r ,"? ."a ...j S1. "ffvLsr ...b;SSToUl Pnt .. r'"i"" .ssrsj"JTT - 3nS froMr"willins. .i.j ,,a"y fnta V iaaVwn .,b, ,h, u, fii l vnlftNAr.a 1.(5,' v jAt,.-...-:Mr':'"r-- - .4miSi. &, HUE AND KICKING Thorpe's Manipulation of Heal Affection for the Deserving One. REDCLIFFE. ttae foot In the grave and the crawir mo a banana pool that's Jabex 'Ekarye, to my way of thinking." "jsjiijLlly my opinion. A man of hli crossing the ocoan! Never was &Bdr4 miles away from his hearthstone before. It's a ter rible risk he ta taking! " Ttaa tbo gossiping neighbors of the proprietor of Thorpe TeysSraA It was an echo of the current rMaSSter of tho village. When hard-lljTmiserly old Jabez Thorpe that he was going to Eng land Qo settle tho estate of a rciatlro, It had been a nine days' woBicr. It had been reported that tli Isdcxest of old Jabez In the estate wm wxcertala. He was a tighter, how- r. and stronuouBly declared that was going to see It that he got By VICTOR For. i- dls-tan- tt As Thorpe grew older he had aJtfnd three acres near the house, aatC routed out the rest of his land. Tte yearn previous he had adopted tb cftdM of second cousin, Nellie Thwryc She had grown Into his life xaur an" comfort, guide and Bupport tima Sew realised. It waB when he cum tio give up to Nellie the entire ckacx f hli business during his that ho began to understand liewr jEUch be depended on her. If JWTfie Selt that he was loading down ugas Iser c vast responsibility, she aipoa the gratitude she owed brsc Jsft-e- i Thorpe had given her a uhJOer vImi she was homeless, and akA caakipke; new. duties seriously, fecewZSn-fce- r bright little heart full of cnasbswace aad cheer. Rt is net so hard as I fancied," Xsae wrote to Evan Pearson, her ab-3m- w liSsifefcta. Tlorpe Farm was not the pleasant-'tpftaoe la the world. It had a pretty Bt3r bouso on It, but poorly turn-Ishotl- i C l. me to go right oa doing my dtty la Mr. Thorpe's iateresta until the estate is settled. Mr. Thorpe left me only enough money to cover the regular expenses, and I fear I cannot afford to entertain so much company." JTbreu(on( the laiy young man growled 'out something "about niggardly treatment, the lady In mourning flounced out of the room in hysterics, and the fusBy old maid flared up like an offended pussy cat. The young legal sprig walked out on his dignity. There was no dinner that day. 'The tribe thereafter got their meals at the village hotel. They by no means deserted the old homestead, however. There was too much envy and suspicion among them for that. They watched one another as though afraid that some one was going to carry oft the estate house, farm and all. Never would the faithful, persevering Nellie forget one bright afternoon as she wont about the house attend ing to her manifold duties. Tho young limb of the law was smoking a pipe in the sitting room, the other male watcher of tho slow development of the estate was asleep with his feet on tho table. In the parlor the snuffling relict and the fussy old maid were chattering away like magpies, when Nellie heard a roar. She dropped the plate she was holding, and It was smashed to smithereens at her feet. Then with a scream of delight she darted into the 'sitting room, gave one glance at a sturdy, wrathful figure filling the doorway, and bounded straight Into the arms of Jabez Thorpe. "Oh, uncle! uncle!" she cried. "I am so glad so glad!" "Yes, and the only one who is," replied the old man, as he placed a sheltering arm about her. "You young sprig of Insolence!" be shouted at the astonished smoker, "out of here with that vile pipe of yours Here, wake up and march!" he added, pulling the sleeper from his chair. "As to youj ladies," he sang out-tthe occupants of the parlor, "I've heard' In the vll-lage of how you've all flocked here like a set of crows after a carcass. Well, old Jabez is alive and kicking, after all. And before, the day Is over he's going to save you the expense and trouble of coming to any more funerals by leaving what he's got, when it's ready to leave, to tho only one among the crowd of you who is worth two pins and that's Nellie." It was after the dejected, disappointed mob of fortune seekers had left that Nellie proudly exhibited her bookkeeping. It ended by the old man manifesting real affection'for his loyal and faithful housekeeper In tho words: "You have proved what you are. dear child true and good, with a heart of gold. We will have Evan Pearson down here Saturday evening; and make a new deal all around." o CARE OF THE REST! If the doctor says "Tuberculosis," NERO, 1KB Jutt Trainer. B. TAILER. CONSUMPTIVE NOT DANGEROUS IN THE HOMB IN THE EARLY STAGES OF THE DI8EASE. Important Information Regarding the Proper Care of the Patient The Use of Material Eating Utensils-C- are of the Clothes. The home care of the consumptive the beginning stage, under the supervision of a doctor or a nurse. Is not dangerous to the other members of the household. The germs of the disease are almost wholly thrown off In the discharges from the mouth and nose, nnd a uniformly careful collection and destruction of this material will prevent the spread of the germs through the house. The consumptive Bhould spit In a 'paper box or cloth which can be burned. Paper napkins should be used Instead of the ordinary cotton or linen handkerchiefs to wipe the nose and lips, and these napkins should be carefully burned. The consumptive should have his own set of dishes, which should be washed separately in boiling water. His bed and table linen should first be soaked In a disinfecting solution or boiled for halt an hour before being washed with the rest of the family laundry. He should wash his hands carefully before and after eating. He should, never cough without a paper napkin held to his mouth. He should never kiss another person. These arc practically all of the precautions; but they are reviy sr difficult to observe day In and day out that special snnatarla for the ca of consumptives are almost esseutl.ti. Kentucky Tuberculosis Commmlon. In follow exactly his orders In regard to ventilation, food, exsrclte and rest. He knows better thaci you do. This la especially true In regard to the rest and exsrolse, which have to be carefully gauged for each patient and each stage of the disease. Until the disease Is checked and marked Improvement In general condition and Increased weight are noticed, almost absolute rest Is essential. The disease Is one that destroys the tissues of the body and uses up Its energy rapidly. If you persist In using up your energy by work and exercise, the body has nothing left to fight with. Beware what the family medical books prescribe in the way of exercise for consumptives. No one prescription will answer for all cases, and this may be the one where their general prescription will send you to If your responsibilthe grave-yard- . ities seem to make absolute rest for two or three or four months impossible, just remember that the progress of the disease will soon force you to It without the hope of re" covery. Kentucky Tuberculosis Commission. How Circus Uon Inflicted Retribution on a Cruel DISPENSARIES! A free dispensary is a 'place kept open certain hours or the week with a doctor and generally a nurse In attendance for the free examination of those who need its service. People of means ought to go to their physicians and pay the regular fee for such service. Inasmuch as physicians always render their services free to the needy anyway, they generally favor the na saving time. Sometimes these dispensaries, or clinics, are held for o alt? diseases--, and sometimes for especial classes of disease, such as tuberculosis, or hook worm, or diseases or the sye, or nose and throat. Such a dlBpecsary Is an advantage to the whole community. The. needy feel less hesitation about going there when ill than about calling a physician; consequently maladies are often more quickly diagnosed and put under control, and the contagious diseases are then prevented from spreading. Especially in the case or consumption. It is easier to get an examination of the children of the family In a dispensary than It Is at home. The accurate can be better secured and tabulated in a dispensary than elsewhere is of great service In any general campaign for public health. A free dispensary can be cheaply started and maintained, because physicians are always willing to give an hour or two a week of their time to that work. Are you readytofglve a little of. your money for It in case one is 'started In your community? Kentucky Tuberculosis Commission. ASHAMED! Lots people seem proud to have pendicitis or nervous rouble itso they think they are fashionable of apvt dis- (Copyright, 1911, by W. O. Chapman.) Aft With His Feet avis on the Table. with my little' business. I -naa 4o prove to him what a busy jnammeJaeepec I am when he returns. .Besides that, I must fit myself for our awn basse long, long ahead, dear, but saaw to oome If you long for it as I 293Uq' "business" was selling milk ggs. IJer exacting relative bad cus Iter down to a minimum as to 2taorfcold expenses, but the economical ZUtte housekeeper had managed x. suxw uomething oven out of that. Jir fas Uw eggs and milk, at the end of jl month, Nellie's bookkeeping fcuroxul uch splendid results that she TvBfejd o'lth added pleasure and Inter- - anotfbar 3own. "A sister of the man SirinOii the west farm Is seeking to Ttaftavp er broken health through jiwftiiiie. garden work and good food. :3s Snips me with the milking and tdtattewsw daytimes, and stays at the Eaouftv old homestead nights. Uncle .Ja9Ms does not know that I am keep-l3:rbt- lmi!l was ailing a clerkship In aad -- "Like a Thousand of Brick." Years ago, in city and country, a fold. common phrase to Indicate retribution for wrong, real or fancied, was, "I'll come down on him like a thousand of brick," but this threat seems insignificant in the light of an assertion by Jefferson Middle ton of the United States 'geological survey, that, during the year 1912 more than a million thousand brick were used in Greater New York, and that nearly all were manufactured in the kilns along both sides of the lower Hudson river. The total production In this region was 1,019.259,000, valued at $5.74 a thousand, a total of $5,850,770, as against 926,072,000, valued at $5.09 a thousand In 1911, a total or $4,717,633, making an Increase of production in 1912 over that of 1911 of 92,187,000 brick and $1,133,137 In value. For several years before the use of cement or concrete In construction be displacing' brlck.to some extent, but now according to Mr. there Is a distinct movement "back to brick," caused by large advertising by brickmakers, the failure of some concrete buildings and Im provement in the quality of Hudson river brick. Mld-dleto- n, eases, and are ashamed to be called consumptives because consumption la not fashionable. Feeling this way. they neglect diagnosis and medical care when they first detect the signs of consumption, thinking that, by simple neglect, the disease will disappear of Itself. It is well within tbo truth to say that 5,000 lives aro sacrificed annuallly in the United, States through this false pride. The onlyl thing to be ashamed of in having a case of tuberculosis in the family Is the neglect of the disease and the consequent death of the sufferer; and such neglect deserves round censure because it will probably involve more than one person. Remember tbit an early diagnosis of consumption increases the chance of cure a thousand samo Nero hsd not been quite the Illanco, his for Bovcral weeks. SInor am ss, trainer, had perceived nothing eyes had lost their lino because his grown keenness and his brain had obeyed sodden and bowlldorod. Noro he as quickly ns ovor, but when upon word of command, sprang, at the quivhis pedestal, there was a slight ering of his sldrs, a lashing of his tall, which would havo told Illanco a Hut Illanco was mad story--oncwith drink nnd Jealousy of his young wife, Mlnetta. Every trainer knows that tho old story of Daniel and tho lions Is true. The Hon fears a good man more than anything In the world. Hut lot the trainer drink or give way lo any base Irapulso and his power Is gon. and Holly, they As for Majolica wore mere kittens of creatures, hardly larger than well grown Newfoundlands. And I'arBlfal. tho tiger, was old and toothless. Nero carried off the honors In Ulanco'B menagerie, and Nero was so magnificent a Nubian specimen that he would havo made any show respectable. Mlnetta had noticed It. So had The girl had told (llusppp. and tho apprentice had warned Illanco Illanco had laughed and sneered and cut Nero across the face with his heavy training whip. Nero retreated, growling and licking hlo paws; ho points longed to sink their needle-likInto Ulanco's white flesh. The truth was that Hlanco had bwn beating his wife. Minolta was only nineteen and they had been married He two years. Hlanco was forty-five- . had found Mlnetta starving on her arrival from Italy to marry Giuseppe, who came from her village, and to whom she bad been pledged ever since they were children. Mlnetta had missed Giuseppe, for Blanco, haviag seen her photograph, bad cunningly contrived to send Giuseppe astray. He trailed her for three days until her money was exhausted. Then bo made himself known to her at her boarding house, just as she was In the act of bolng turned Into the street. "Giuseppe has anothor girl." he told her. "I am Slgnor Illanco. No, I do Olu-seppe By 8IGISMUND SSfMsWUBBsl Hlr gillBBBBBB dlgnantl? ha struck her la the f Giuseppe saw the bruise. "You have hurt yourself, Mlnotut- - i ho exclaimed. "What havo you doner Did you fall?" "Yes. I fell downstairs," HoMod It she bad Minolta, shamefacedly. boon a little older she 'might not hav. But Illanco wi J boon so frightened. all In the world to her; bad an m man was, she loved him because Hht bad given herself to him. Illanco watched her all the time, (lluaoppe began to notlco IL First hti was Indignant and thought of tnxlng Illanco with It. Then he waited, ,, No good, h Is tho Italian nature. know, ever came out of evil. Nero Illanco drank constantly. know It. Nero was watching him an qulotly as ho watched Giuseppe. Th climax was very near when (lluspppn saw Illanco strlko Mlnetta through the open door of their tent. He had' boon counting tho recolpu, but now ho dropped those aud, draw-- l Ing hla knife, rushed forward. Hut Hlanco had gono Into tho Hon hounn! boforo ho arrived. Blanco wns training a new Hon. Giuseppe must wait1 Then ho turned back, to see Mlnetta, scarlet, with a white weal across her face, waiting for him. "I saw him" stammered Giuseppe "Yes, I saw you, too," she answen-"When ho struck me this time, (llu Hcppe, I knew that I loved him no longer. He Is "He Is a devil!" shouted the young man, flngorlng his .blade.. "Mlnottal'i They looked at one another and frlif Into each other's arras. They know now that their two years had born fruitless; tbey would always lore one another. "Giuseppe, you must go," Mlnelbi sobbed at length. "Oo now, before sin como upon us." Giuseppe fought the hardest battle of his llfo that momeot. At last !m conquered: raising Mlnetta's hand to his lips he walked slowly back to the collection box. He would learn that afternoon; be would never see Minolta again. Minolta went Into the Hon bouse presently. Blanco, who soemod particularly amiable, called her Into the cage. She was not loath to go; sbe v was a better trainer than he. Hlanco caught his wife by the arm. "Mlnetta dear Mlnetta." he said, smiling like a devil; "I saw what happened five minutes ago. Kneel down, Mlnetta. and pray." Mlnetta kneeled down and prayed, because she was docile and It seemed tho only thing that she could do. Hlanco stepped toward Nero and cut him savagely across 'the loins The cat leaped from hla pedestal and crouched, snarling. In a corner. Hianta stepped back toward the half-opedoor. Ho took his eyes from Noro. He knew that he could reach thn door and close It on bis wife beforo Nero could spring. Ho leaped for the door, tripped, and (.tumbled. Ho had fallen upon Mlnetta's whip, which she had cast aside. IM stroo wildly to rise. He saw a reat shape darkon the daylight over a" i him. SMALL COUNTY HOSPITALS PR0VDIED FOR KENTUCKY . with her llttlo fists on Neros face. while the Hon blinked and snarled over the body of Blanco. (Copyright. 1911. It was Mlnetta's scream that callef Giuseppe from tho collection box. When he arrived he saw her beating 4 by W. O. Chspmaa.) - -- rr 'alaiaiHal tJmtTW ssH Nero Retreated, Growling. , " " ": '-- VfaSSSSSSBBBMsliBWBMBlP?iX5 aaiaWlWlP MiswiBBWsBtWW,W"-J- . Vr!5 ',r,ryrr3K,is-JJ- guilt Qeorge W. Under Arrest. The arrest of a man In .New York the othor day for throwing refuse about the streets revealed once mora tho historic namo of George Washington on the police station blotter, tbo Sun ot that city states. Like his illustrious namesake, the arrested man could not tell a lie and owned his -- J ErSlWaHsH aBBSaSnllaB ithe Board, and the construction and maintenance at the hospital, Patlenti are to be received from the district either free or for a weekly 'charge, ao cording to their financial condition and the cost ot maintenance not mel by these charges must be pala by thf district. This 1b not so expensive a plan as It looks. After the construction ot a rea sonably substantial building for the purpose of administration, thn cooking and serving ot meals, and the housing ot the nurses, the building or 'buildings for the actual housing ot the consumptives can be more cheaply erected than those for any similar hospital purpose, because the patients are made to live and sleep In the open air, or oa verandas; very small, cheaply constructed buildings are suAciMt for toe purpose. The whole campaign against tuberculosis is based, not on sympathy, but on economics. Practically all ot the'sufferers are between the. ages of IS and SO, nearly all of them housewives or and many of them the parents ot phildren. You can serve your community and Insure yourself in no better, way than by advocating the building ot such an institution. Every cent It costs le more than returned by the dis tress It relieves and the poverty tt wage-earner- aHatflnaWiaVISsfiafl . TltxBi u his homeward trip was lost off the Canada coast. Only a im ot tho passengers had been sTo. The name of Jubez Thorpe was ncl auoiie tho list. A week later It wo smerally accepted lu the village that he had met a watery fate. .NrS6 went to his lawyer, who was a deauiUki kind hearted old man. He tcUH to remain right at her post of itory. Bo far as he knew, no will Siafl bean left. ThiB being true, the vrnxtuMt of Mu would inherit. Nellie -sot iu that list, but he encouraged so believe that the heirs would ak saute provision for her. JjwJ then, much to the discomfort of NfcUie, the heirs apparent began to Tirrfwc There was the relict of a 1nss&r of Jaboz Thorpe, in weeds, jisifi always snuffling and pitying her- seU. There was a fantastic, fussy old 7a.'4 oousjn who entertained greaf &miwmt because Jabez ThorpVnad once wC aw a birthday gilt. There was v MlHisr youth studying for the bar, -wta olilwrd near relationship, and a -$, tad of knowledge as to the le-Lga) jttta the estate. There was u. sfcyfrliMU youth, besides, and all 'ri t jeuufttad. themselves about the rlswi. Fter two days Nellie welcom- i tmmm. The she thought the asU over. She went modestly .SmA Sasary hetwra them one mora- Nk-lU- e -- :arfoudden and overwhelming. The jtdua'jr Jn flitch Abner Thorpe had there was an interruption .5iui hr irs Mike, Sure Enough! Sometimes beggars make mistakes In their calls as the following incident shows. Dy mistake a tramp knoelced at a wayside cottage in Scotland Inhabited by a policeman, and was astonished when that official answered the door himself. With evident alarm the man blurted out, "Does Mlko stay about here?" "What is he like?" Bald the policeman, and receiving a very vague description In reply, he made pretense of going insldo to ask his wife. Reappearing in a minute or so with his band held behind his neck, ho said: "Would you know Miko if you saw him!" "Yes," replied tho tramp. "la this anything like him?" askod the policeman, and he held out a substantial buttered scone. With a broad grin of relief and satisfaction the tramp said, "That's the very chap." o good-nature- d That Was FULTON COUNTY TUBERCULOSIS HOSPITAL, GLOVERSVILLE, N. Y. This Is a remodeled farmhouse. The entire cost, the small farm Included, was about $9,500. It provides accommodation for 13 incipient cases In, ' wards and 4 advanced cases In separate rooms. 1 found fault with them all. until hla patience became quite exhausted. "These should suit you." he aald. taking another pair down as the last resource. Still the lady was Dot satisfied. "I doa't like this sort, she said; "they have a tendency to get wider whea they are a bit old.' fcsrw ly th directlsos of ths "Well, madam." retorted the exasr. Mr, RsadalV she saM. "m to perated asslataat, politely, "dMa't hi cbarg h,ere, but b has M4 your la Um bootsaop for over an hour, aad Uuj patient 'shop assistant had had half the shop down for her Inspection. She been" 'The stout party had Surprised Her. A tt sit-rjtti- The law creating the Kentucky Tuberculosis Commission at the last legislature provides also a plan for the building of small hospitals throughout the state for the proper treatment of tuberculosis. The plan In brief Is as follows: The Fiscal Court of any couhty may declare that county a dis trict for the purpose of building a hospital. Or, by petition, the question may be submitted to a vote of the people at any regular election, and, If carried, it is then 'the duty of the Fis cal Court to declare the county a dis trict. Any. group of counties touching one another may declare themselves a single district for this purpose by a vote at any general election which carries in each of the counties Then, under certain 'restric tions In the law, the'S.tate Commission names a considerable group of 'Citizens, men and women, of the county or counties involved, from which group the judges of these counties name a District Board ot Tuberculosis Hospital Trustees. This Hoard then asks of the Fiscal Court funds to be raised in the regular levy of taxes. From these funds a site Is selected, subject to the approval of the State Commission, and then the Board proceeds to erect the hospital. The State Commission is given a very general oversight ot the future activities. t not know where Giuseppe is now. Marry me and I will hang diamonds round your neck." Poor little Mlnetta, (helpless and hopeless, fell an easy victim to Blanco, it must be admitted, though, that he was deeply Infatuated with her girlish beauty. So they were married and lived happily three months. And then Giuseppe came back. Blanco bad taken advantago of the raw youth's Ignorance to havo him shanghaied aboard a Chesapeake He had thought tho llfo would kill him; instead of which he had grown strong. He came back to find Blanco married to Mlnetta, "Pooh, that Is nothing!" Blanco said airily. "I thought you had run uway. It was for your Bake I married her. Listen. Giuseppe, I want an assistant again. Stay with me and I will give you ten dollars weekly." This seemed a fortune to aiuseppu. And he would have worked for nothing to be within slghl of bis beloved Mlnetta. He felt dimly that the day might arrive when he could help her. uianco naa laughed quietly at his triumph. He felt sure that his cunning act, showing Mlnetta how he despised her former sweetheart, would make her despise him too. But Mlnetta did not despise Giuseppe. Blanco, watching them. ''saw that the old love was only dormant, lie knew that, though she would not have dared let herself acknowledge . It. MiasHta stilt loved Giuseppe. n dared not send hist away, for. he wanted, to have hla la hla ticatioon-stantlHa had tried la various ways to kill him. Once he teased Nero and ent Giuseppe into his cag- - But Nero only crouched dowa at hla feet Another time he rubbed Giuseppe's clothes with catnip. Giuseppe smelled nothlag aad woadereel why the big oata fawaed around hla sad rubbed agalaat htm. But here, toe, he disaster. T4w Blue bagsa to toM Mhtetta aU aaeuaed bar opeaiy of levtaa QtaMfpa. Waea tae deatod lata la- - descendants, of course the Father of Ills Country had none. Negroes by hundreds were named for him by slave masters before the Civil war. Since then the name has boon a favorite with those blacks who had to choose a family appellation bo--j cause ot not being certain about their pedigree. "All In the Game." It is erroneous to think that thu great loaders of the financial world purslat in their labors merely for tho sake of acquiring money.-- Rather, thoy have got themselves Into the game of actlvo life, and they do not know how to exist outside or it. Once there was a man who thought Russell Sage ought to stop work. Ho spoke to him about 1c. "Why get together any more money, Mr. Sage? You can't eat; you can't drink IL What good will It do your "Ever play marbles?" Uncla'Russell asked. "Yes, when I waa si boy." "Couldn't eat 'ea could you? .Coulda't, drink. No use eawtd toyou. ware theytrUat did you'ptay marbles for?" go. Of direct It has been estimated oy many who have made a special study of genealogy and descent, as well as the spread and change of names, that there aro in the world now 100,000 males wbosu baptismal name Is George Washington. And ot those whose sole name Is George Washington, It Is again estimated that at least 5,000 carry along the inspired cognomen wherever they ', ad Envied Omnipotent). Freddy was S years ot age. Ha had auenaed Sunday seaool for bat a short uu iMt cauwtM osnevnjsr aked questloa. One day ale father! wok him to taa saM gaaa, aad little Freddy, bis ayes salalag brightly.! asked: "Caa Oad . aaytaiag, d , X vtata. was west tor awkJto V rafltod au fataer.,, Tataf Mr i www sever gat owM tar !.,. . -- k, i VwA-4".'W- iiim'W a' Wl'.ill iitfUWHT HutjWJ.". S5WWWW,WWWVjv,(( A MAN OF SYSTEM LOTJSVILLE Pesutry Supply Co, 305 East Market Discipline Was His Rule, but One Can't Prevent Young Folks Being Natural. By ALVAH JORDAN GARTH. "You are a pretty hard old tBk master, Adam Urlll, and you cant 1 Street meta tables of your children forever." )') a man of system, Am Dunn. tortng my children up on a etrlct, LOUISVILLE, KY. 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Ky rlffrt basis, and if anybody wants to 'dispute it, I'm here to protect my methods not forgetting that, man and boy, for forty yenrs, I have been the champion 'wrestler, boxer and sprinter of the county," and the speak er put up a sample arm that a blacksmith might have envied. "No, no, friend Adam!" laughed his nearest neighbor, retreating promptly. "None of that for met I know your prowess too well. Only I think you draw the line too tight with those two children of yours. Not but that both are the finest In the town. Morton Is a model young man, nnd as to I envy the man who gets her for a wife." "That will be some time ahead. If I have anything to say about it," de"They clared the stalwart parent. have been motherless since they were very young, and I've felt a double responsibility in bringing them 'up right. Discipline and system have been ray rule. It's' going to continue until why, say, that' Morton Is twenty-on- e tomorrow!" exclaimed Drill, "and 1 came near forgetting " "What?" inquired Dunn, but Adam Brill was on his way and chuckling tn his grim way to himself. He knew well enough "what" and bo did bright, lively Morton, his son. The old man, however, 'did not "hear the brief soliloquy of the man Ihe had just left to the effect that, "You can't help young folks from 'being natural, no natter how hard you 'try'." birthday of It was the twenty-firs- t Morton Brill tomorrow, sure enough, and bis father recalled it halt with sadness, partly 'with 'a comical look Lu-ell- a, In ono Instant the athletic blood of old man was on fire. Mb captive had resisted his iron grasp. Then with n superb clutch he had his adversary on equal terms. Back and forth tho contcurantB moved In n wrcstllnR bout such as Adam Brill had hot enjoyed for many a year. And then, breathless, nstonlshcd, for the first time In his proud career worsted by an opponent fully worthy of his skill, Adam Brill was tripped and Bent hurtling five feet away upon the soft grass, prostrate. "You've done it, Morton," ho chuckled, "and I'm proud of you!" "I am not Morton," interrupted a calm, even voice. "Eh!" ejaculated Adam Brill, arising to his feet In wonder and staring strangely at nn utter stranger. "Who are you, then?" "A respectable college graduate," was the evasive reply. "Should think so, and you've got n new wrestling trick I'll give you ten dollars to teach me.'' "Tomorrow!" laughed the stranger, gaily, gave a run, a leap and was over the rear fence and out of sight in a twinkling. , "Well, I never! " gasped the old man. "There's some mystery about this, but the fellow Is a mood one. To think of it never beaten at my own game be- the SPRAY OUTFIT HELPS Equipment Necessary Depends on Work to Be Done. General ing Purpose by. Security Lift Insurance: Co. 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TANNER, fore!" t COURIER - JOURNAL x f lnn!wi( wJuiflJUl For 1913. : : : You can not keep posted on euroeat events unless you read the CURIE Louisville, Ky. R- - JOURNAL Adam Brill Was on HI Way. on his face, as If It revived tome, whimsy that pleased him. Ever since Morton was fifteen years of age, Adam Brill had put in force an Ironclad regulation of his own fierce tempered sire. Exactly one minute before the midnight hour be had made his son remove his coat. Regularly he had administered the Btrap the strokes corresponding to the years attained. Then, when the performance was over, he would place in the hands of the lad exactly as many bright silver dollars as he was old. "The last time!" ruminated the obstinate old fellow, as be reached home and removed from a drawer In a strap kitchen cabinet the of castlgatlon. --Many a time had Morton thought of stealing it; of running away from home to evade the anA thought of the nual castlgatlon. money reward following the whipping, bowever, had kept him in line. "Last time!" soliloquised Brill. "Well, in a way I'm glad of it. This .little reminder, though, has probably kept him the clean, honest lad that he la. Now he's a man, and a good one. Only Luella left ,and In another year she wl)l be of age. I declare, bow tine rolls on!" At nine o'clock that night Luella came Into the house from the garden, where her unsuspecting father supposed she had been with some girl friends. Her fair peachblow face was deliclously conscious and flushed, but Adam Brill attributed that to the exercise of play or walking. Luella reThe old man tired to her room. glanced at the clock, placed the strap over the back of a chair, took off his coat and went out Into the garden. ' "I told Morton to be here at nine o'ejock sharp," grumbled the old e maaf, "and It's after tea now. I him actual lecture .before time-honore- d want-ed'Urjtv- HENRY WATERSON., Editor WEEKLY COURIER-JOURNA- L AND HARTFORD REPUBLICAN Both One Year for $ 1 . 5 O. Kegular price 'of Weekly Courier-Journ- al al : $1.00 a year. We can also make a special rate on Daily or in combi- Sunday Courier-Journ1 nation with this paper. To Get p Advantage of This Cut Rate, Orders Must Be Sent to Us, Not to Courier-Journa- l. : X jsse z -- mmll. nHBK. sffisCisatii Ht rvs. . 'Cf j: K,Jv''""''t lW JL ,, ' 4 V M5TV c V? . IM 2 nnnnuJ . fcsflA Cn tai H st ? Mtswmm rUHtOUTTCI im asH. Ili B4 LbK'Sg mi ivjsjss 3zwcm. m iimwiiiimt BOOKKEETING trTWGafi .. vwt 'ivsJhW'duhteT,6 .MBrvpBBJpoy; the, rascal la. keeping out of ths wajr purposely, when" I intended, to aunia him a double present this tine," Jeya of HtHaHty. Brill strolled out Into" the garde. As' he" Beared the little summer house "AMBotor car la a' source of groat he cbaaeed ,to glaaee up at the win- - pleasure, teat It?" ' now af LastU's room. He was In ' "Yes? repMed' Mr. Chuiiglas. fBut , Ite1k4i-hi- s 'last iwhlMrtng. eI, sup-- , very convenient outfit for spraying ing tobacco, potatoes and other low. Ladies work growing plants, which from the manner of their cultivation, It 1b not practicable to go among with a team and Ha;ts; Gleaned wagon. For extensive spraying, it is weir BtepairetK. to secure a strong pump attached to. Work cal led! a barrel or tank that can be hauled' about In a cart or .wagon." Hand' pumps so attached are used, for smalt Club irate SLOOper orchards and other plants grown In. a moderate way, but power pumps for extensive spraying and? for that required by tall trees. Hartford Pressing, dim, A man engaged In fruit growing or potato growing, as a business, ought Y. M. 0. Ak BLDkr to have a power sprayer of some sort,, either operated by the wheel of the HARTFORD,, JCX vehicle carrying the outfit, as fat the- compressed-ai- r sprayers, or f a gas oline motor. A general purpose spray pwrnp1 ahould be made of brass so that it will not bo corroded by the copper' sulphate used In bordeaux mixture. an CURE THi Nozzles, too, should be made of brass,, and ought to Deconstructed 'so that they can be quickly cleaned of solid WITH particles that may' lodge in the outlet. , will last longer and give The pump-better service if washed out with clear water whenever done using them. Hose should bo of the best. For trees It Is well to have a sufficient length so that the nozzle can be ele- UUWULTMMMKVM vated on the end of a pole among the OTJJ branches. The precise length will deV.i pend upon the size of the trees. For Woman1 Long Service. orchard work a length of 10 to l&i The ooiy woman llghUwasekeeper feet will servo when the pump Ism tin England, Mrs Joy son, kept her last operated from a wagon bed. ' Fon watch, the other night at Hale, oa the shade trees of large size It may be- banks of the Mersey. She. Is known neceseary to have 50 feet or more. J at "the 'heroine of the Mersey." For The hose ought always to be detaohedi twenty years she has lived la the drained and hung up in a coob place j lighthouse, and for four years, since after using. A cellar Is a good' the death of her hubsand, she has been place as any that is commonly availthe official keeper. "My life has not able. been, an unhappy one here," said Mrs. Joynson, "and it Is a wrench to go. I am giving up the appointment fori the $150,000 PAID FOR HORSE sake of my children, who wish to live at Stockton. The commissioner has Government of Argentina Buys Crag-anour. Which Was Disqualified In tried Beveral times to persuade me thm Recent English Derby.. to stay. He told aae only the other day, 'You are leaving with honor.' The sum of $160,000 was paid re If otblng is mors Impertast na When my husband died in the lightthe home than dear. stear house, I took up the duty on three cently by the gorernment of Argen llgbt insure thla by gcUitc Craganour,, which months' trial, and have continued till tlna for the horse the oil inai ourns uettr aott now. I have done duty for three and was first past the winning post in the clean wltnoufa flicker 'dawn to recent derby race, but was dls the last drop." .feansjlTsasa. a halt hours before and after high qualified crude oil retlned to perfrrUco. for bumping. Only, on four tide, and have to keep tho light burnCosts no more than th kind saves iMOftSX ing at night time, and the fog bell occasions has the price paid for saves WORK saves eye. ringing it necessary. On several occa- Craganour, which Is to be used for Your dealer has BOUTS .QK-- tn purposes in Argentina, ,been barrels direct bona, vac sion I have rung the bell for the whole breeding works. seven hours. Once we bad nearly a exceeded in the amount paid for a fortnight of fog, but I got through It race horse. These were Ormonde, ton Off c- which was sold for $156,250' to an all right." American sportsman; Cyllene, which LeatavlHe, KyJ went to an English sportsman for Iteflnery at Warren Tn. Funeral. Interrupted $157,600; Diamond Jubilee, sold to an fWe ell the celeuMtsdl "Sfte A funeral at Hampstead (Middle- Argentine breeder for $157,500, and . 4 Carto" ,juto . sex) cemetery was delayed by an ex- Flying Fox, which holds the record traordinary Incident, a few days ago. for price and was sold to a; French Just as the procession was entering sportsman for $196,875. THnS the gates, a bulldog leaped at one of tho horses drawing the hearse, and Corn for 8llage. MACMtttK seising It by the leg, brought It heavCora for silage .should be plowed The dog then only one way. The cern should be ily to the ground. djUAUTtVi shifted Its grip, biting the horse In drilled lq the row and thinned to one iaai iA .it . several places about the front of the stalk to the foot A small'Slsed stalk r if uoptou; body, and finally fastened Its teeth In and ear Is much more preferable for Us muule. The horse's struggles silage than the large stalk and ear uy, but for that usually results when ths corn BOLD were witnessed by some, time the confusion was such la cultivated for feed. UN. D E R ANY that all torts ,to get at, the bulldog were unavailing. A young Woman to OTHER Milkweeds Poison Sheep. whom the. fatter belonged eventually NAME. If sheep are poisoned by milkweeds, managed to, grasp the collar, but It aad the eiideaeSi.seesM to be was ohly after' the animal had been that they are, it Is only ,'atunned wlthVa.beavy.tpieee-.e- f iwood, vwhea; there s,la little else to eaMisf' ld UWrcatpNU'ilWasXyo.w 'nepried apart seep ao noi eat wiswsaas that Ita frws-couhave U JJartaaAwn and the horse released. Leaden Mall. Borasilcoattttom. notbaveaa eiulle(MhaliotMUnv f I 'T o Adam Brill returned to the kitchen. Ills defeat had set him thinking, and had exhausted his vitality a trifle. It made Mm realize that he "was not as young as he used to be." He fell asleep, to awaken and nnd bis son treated In a chair opposite to him. "Hell! Been asleep, have I?" exclaimed the old man. "On hand and waiting for the annual, eh, son?" "Not this time, father. You've overslept," and Morton pointed to the kitchen clock. "It's ten minutes after twelve, I'm of age, and we'll just shake hands and call It square." "Cheated out of my regular pleasure, eh?" stormed the old man, in a pre tended rage. "Well, I won't be mean. Here's your present," and he extended dollars, a clinking bag. "Forty-twand when you get ready to settle down come to me for more." "Why, father." admitted young Brill a little ' confusedly, "I'm ready right now. Myra Walcott has been waiting for me for over a year, and you won't object?" "Seeing as you are your own master, I don't see how I can interfere," answered the father. "And. father" ' "Well?" "A young man was here tonight I met him and he told me about It You had a bout la the garden." "Eh! Who Is he?" challenged the father, sharply. "Clyde Worthingtoa, as Bae a young fellow as you need to know. He's coming here again tomorrow " "Yes, to eachine that double; eV bow 'clutch ot hlsr cried old. Brill, eagerly: "Yes, aad to ask yom for sister's hand lit marriage. Adam Brill stormed, aad fumed, but Clyde' Worthtngtoa made no fine an lmpreselsa when he called the next day that there was a double wedding In the U Brill homestead. Chapman.) (OcsoTltfet. MU, by V. jL. Manner of Spraying With Knapsack sprayer. HAVE YOUR SUITS eight or more feet In height with such an outfit. Grape vines can be sprayed very well with a bucket pump, provided there are not many of them. If there are many vines to spray a knapsack sprayer may be best. This is a Cleaned i Pressed Repairing and Dyeneatly done. given special attention. and for and delivered. month. KILLtkc COUCH LUNC9I Dr.Kiot's wesm Now DisGoYtiy a OKionz; Lamp Oil ihmt tstcx.-wag- on lus. cs IlLi! rT HOME fairly-coaeluslr- aaiyilftM RAPHY , .;. RSS.-- they, have argwaoaU aoag theav Tshereulosls affects hogs. Dnrrac "Tow, Mertoar he arM; trabhtog se)Ys. hhott hw faat we 'shall travel "the ftgiire. "iaeakiag at of the way, and whore we shall go. There te oaJjr 111$ the government Inspectors 'eh? No, you' doa'tl 'I thought you one thins; "they agree about, and that 4eawed ahont sm asMHea earenssar to fancy Hour dad Is, If. the BsaehUe breaks down, It's waa too aad parte f saisants far thin. , aoodjekt oa oM." . ' c" at aijsBMt head la-tdtssanear. i Thonas he on to ran :th rswMBOT v 1 H 'wlAnryUhamt-a-jaasofiao- s Yu has esrtnln diUdraaU: 't waht.ttf.Hdo.ibir sKsso Pises far- - Drinking Vessels. 'Drinking vessels Biased in the saeuMbe pat eaa sheK that is' raised' at least she laehss from ths and. m the, tswwi'serntaav a, toiiACiiHrt'in) ?ne..waier, , , , , hen-hsjw- f5HSS5SraQsir" AtkmAMM VWW iWnw W1BW AMA I cflnnnnnwVm H30;' 'aVi nWnsl ' M '- -- awwliktf Tnaehlntb hiH lit yon m-n- tt ur UUtt ofttalerM txfoi you purc-- m Hardinsburg, Ky., August the State. lx- - IriMii Jv I vhmI-v- t Ih Oil1 19, 20 and 21, 1913 I 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 sec the finest collection of stock of any county fair in LOUIS GERTSONi WoHcTs Most Will make two flights each day of Famous Aviator the fair. This alone will be worth the price of admission. Special rates on the railroad each day. Trains .stop at the fair grounds. WRITE FOR CATALOGUE. HarttOrCI KepUPIICan. J. M. SKILLMAN, It In The Oil Field. Secretary. Four Years of Free-Trad- e. "1 HUpposc wo will hao to ro through atout four years of Kno rejoice. These are on the otjier side of the T"l1' misery." writes Mr. T. 0. 3 head of a large hoube dealing Atlantic, but those who see lessened Keneral mcrcluimllse at Helena, sales loss of business and muny Idle ' workman jih ihn roanii of hl tmiirv Mont. .Mr. Power adds: lime Jimt made a trip through are our own people and they are On account of the drouth, the wells sorrowful and protesting, but are I ho Alberta country, taklug In at , Victory shcoolhmise and Sarvis denied so much as a public hearing Calgary aud some other Hill have been shut down. before the committee that is Just now towns. While there we had at our kml und charged with tho custody of this ca- - ,ubIc bmu'r (pom New Work has been renewed at the eggs from China. lamltous measure. Shaw well on the Sullenger furm, ine uraiwrs' uecord. an English When the quartermastpr'k depart- near Dukehurst, after a weeks shut trade Journal, says: "There can be "u'nt 08ktl1 for bltU tor forye for down ecabuse of broken machinery. . no doubt that the Tariff as proposed the Philippines, 3.000 tons of oats. which had been seemingly proven . tuUaaa accompanied by pn.tagw. provides a great opportunity for our from British Columbia, were ofthe benefit is yet to be shown, It is A derrick Is being erected and ma.Aaonymoue commnnlcatlona will recti re no against htm Of diverting campaign American manufac- fered delivered in .Manila Bay cheapAmchinery rapidly being placed In po- manufacturers. attention. funds to his own use, and making certain to be expensive to the turers will have to arrange their en- er than we could deliver at Seattle. a false statement of his expense items erican farmer. And when the farm- sition to begin a .well on the Duncan tire plan of business to meet the Wool sold In that country last , TXUE1 COXT3B. to tho .Rporptnrv of Kratfi. Rut now er suffers, all the remainder of the land, near Olaton. at about 12 and 13 cents for the . cheaper producers." l 3l-r...123 comes the strange sequel to the story. uffer J" consequence, m1 Men's Wear, another English trade while we got from 18 to 21 cent Another fishing job Is reported at when the Governor's .wife stops for- This is a fact too well known to require proof, for agriculture is the the Beda well. aMhoueh it i not Journal. snyB: "The reduction In the hero. FRiDAY, AUGUST 13. ward with a statement that she and And yet the Free-Trad- e advocatt part of the prosper- thnueht to h wHni Thi. ..n is American Tariff will be of distinct not the Governor had spent the cam- base of a large va,u to Yorkshire and West of Epg- - of no Protection, for the farmer con- ity of the country. down to something near 1800 feet, paign funds for speculative purposes, As Huerta's "friend a Court," manufacturers. As regards made- - tlnue J uftn xhi a Tariff ho and that without the knowledge of The Underwood law wlU place Am- and should show some result with-- , landgarments, Is- - not much. Wilson UP for men, the reduction never bcen of the slightest benefit in the next few days, provided .water pause to her husband. Just here ln the Tariff will throw open a mark- - ,0 ,hc fanner. M a matter pt fact can be secured. point out what a beautiful argument It is astonishing how few of the By taking away its present Protecet which has not hitherto been avail- - tho farmers have already ' begin to young ladies on the rear seata of this is in favor of woman suffrage. tion y the penalty of Free-Tra(N. Y.) Journal. and requiring it tot be . sold The Ohio Fuel Oil Co.. Is making lbIe."-Ny- ack How ,many times has It been cHUm-e- d motorcycles fall off. !8,atUm 'Tbe alongside the free wheat of other large M" progress on the Mooro farm and Jree wool . that "woman would purify politics.? p UUB aircaay uroKen aown sneep the wheat oiamea uooa worker. If the Administration has no use And here we have 'the wife of a producing 'areas,' the effect farmer the drill Is down to tbe depth of ues- - T16 Hcflector-Hcrol- d. of Nor- 1 blamrd mv .- - m.. about 1100 feet. teg intervention plane, it might Doan Governor admitting that In politics Is certain to feel hirt y: And it is the same "with live stock. tress in my left side for two v,r, w,k- - 0hl' she 'was not only corrupt, but that them to Gov. Sulzer. Thre ,s blt of dumb but cl The well, which Is being put down writes W. Evans. Danville, Va "but brought about the down- If 'cattle are not protected by a sufshe has ,n themar-D- r. Now Russia refuses to" participate fall of her innocent husband. As .we ficient duty, as at present, there may by Marsh Bros., on the Walter Allen 1 know now It was indigestion, as ?uont protw,t ovcry alnst .the woeful Dem- King's New Life Pills complete- - kot co,umn in tho Panama Exposition. We may see it at present our sympathies are be a chance, for the price of meat to farm, is down to a depth of 350 ft., uiiBuianagemqni oi nauonai yet have to Invite some of our poor all with the Governor and we hope be lowered somewhat, but much of and a fine flow of oil was struck at.ly curedtme." Best for stomach, liver affaire. .relations. he will win out against his enemies, this lowered cost is certain to strike 225 feet. This Is thought to be the alnd kidney troubles, constipation, as reportedWatch the sheep market every day over the Reflsame sand which has been found In headache or debility. 25c. at all whose role as guardian of official at the pocket of the farmer. ector-Herald The Senate might venture to .work Farmers and live stock men who uuicr noun UJ. a uepiQ OI UU lect, : urugKiniB, wire. There are ten m eight hours a day on the tariff purity ja unique, and interesting. times as many sheep belnic rushed to depend on sheep raising are certain and would Indicate that the formameasures, without violating the Unmarket oh either hogs or cattle, and to Sheriff's Sale. effect a lowering of tions are "THE GIRL MUST SUFFER." the feel theProtectiveof duty, and raw something higher at this point by By ion rules. nmrkct ,B sported almost .every wool over 200 feet, which is virtue of a Judgment and as- y The chief of PIAtaburg's police re- woo being placed on the free list, very much in favor of this well. , sessmont rendered in the Ohio noi.. "wik." In other words.farm- What with Mulhall, Lamar and cently received a note saying: no matter who may profit by reduced ty Court in an action of C. R. cre a,re r,,8nln to sell their .sheep; the Mexican problem, the machinery th ,nttrke,s "e be'"" Were all medicines as meritori Rhoads. et al, on motlbn for "By the time you get this I will cost in wool clothing. , Public (& tariff making seems full of monkbe in .the river. My life has been The large area of sugar beet farm ous as Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera Ditch I will on the 1st day of Sep- - ',rlc'8 arc falling; the supply IflBroat-tembe- r, ey wrenches. ruined by a man well known. Men Ing is certain to feel the effect of and 'Diarrhoea Remedy the world "eniand. True, it Is re1913. at tho court house door cr thaJ1 uc,ng the 1r,ce of h,h C0Bt of ,,V,,'K The woman's suffrage movement get off easy, but the girl must suf- bringing this Industry into competi- would be much hotter off and the per in Hartford, Ky.. offere for sale to tion with the entire world, through centage of suffering greatly decreas- the highest and best bidder tho fol- - " tne 1ric of mutton and Jamb chops seems to have captured about all of fer." the removal of the Tariff. And thus ed," writes Lindsay Scott, of Temple, lowing described tract or parcel of '" concerned maybe It Is but at He hurried an officer to the place them except Ben Tillman, Tom Hef-li- n m. land bounded as follows: nal expense to the farmer? Huron where the writer said she Intended this beet farmer, who has made many Intf. For sale by all dealers. and the Apostle Paul. county farmers are paying close to Bounded bv tho lnnHa r w to Jump from a high bridge, but too sections of value, will be injured, and .!,. Pay Your Taxes. Gov. Dunne, of Illinois, Is shaking late. A moment before the officer ar- probably put out of business. man. J. D. Ralph. Pote Kcllcy and 20'000 ln HheeP value shrinkage. It the plum tree for the Democrats, rived, a young girl had climbed to Kansas is an agricultural state. Taxes for the year 1913 are now W. F. Howard; containing 300 acres. '8 raony bel"K taken out or the furm- and hut the tree o Washington still re- the railing and dived overboard. Her The great number of its people are due and we are ready to receive I 1G0 acres of which was adjudged to ere' far the, has fuses to "give down." body was not recovered Her name farmers, and all of the others have same. Owing to a new law passed be bonofited by tho ostablishmnnt bcon no appreciable reduction in the OI n,eatJJ- - Mr- - Wilson's Fre- Is unknown. , to depend, little or much, on the during the last Legislature, relative or said ditch, and which land was as- Fighting the banana trust by imThe new to preparing the receipts, scsscd at $500 with C per cent pen Trade theories are woefully wnufo Yes, alas, "men get off easy." That prosperity of the farm. all taxes posing a duty on the fruit for and it is tough on tho Ahierlcan farm Tariff law is certain not to be of alty. to pay, strikes us as a tariff man, for Instance. Well known he benefit to the farmer, as a producer will have to be paid at the office. So Said property Is levied upon and er to have to provide the wrongncw may be, but not for the treachery please call and pay your taxes at reform of a queer variety. offered for salo us the property of of lt about every twenty years. Tar V'litch sent this noor irlrl lnt.ii the at least, and not to any great extent your earliest convenience. . f. Iff tlnkerllLK alwavn mpaim Sam Ncal. naru chelterlng depths. Perhaps well known . as a consumer of the things the Dem-- 2tf. T. H. BLACK. Gov. Sulzer, of New York, and ocrats hope to make cheaper. Hutch 5t3. ' T. H. BLACK, S. O. U. times. his gifts to charity, for his at Sheriff Ohio County. Patterson, of Tennessee, can't inson (Kan.) News. There bos been no ierceitibtf Mr. W. S. Gunsalus, a farmer llv call the year 1913 a very lucky one, tendance at church, for his prominreduction In the cost of meat food, SherTfFs"iale. and it may yet go back on President ence in the activities of ha8 bUt When !.-Sheriff's Sale. "rtaui sheepflocks shall Perhaps well known as a h'isband By virtue of a Judgement and asWilson. h RormX in Vii family U aVe gone tto the uutcher'a block and father. He had amused himself "".. for, because theree By virtue of a Judgment and as- sessment rondcred In the Ohio Coun- DtarAoea of "the "now tariff for a time with u pretty human toj, A submission-Is no profit in wool ty Court In an action of C. R. Counsessment h gr0WlaE' ther will com a bte rise meature to a direct vofci fo the people had feigned the arts of a lover to ty Court rendered in tho Ohio oumTTt in on action of C. R. Rhoods. et al, on motion for public I?h remedy, In meat prices. i is proposed. The Democrats, however, satiate a selfish passion, and then, Rboads, But w! et al, on motion for public ditch I will on the 1st day of Sep- hardly agree to such a proposiwill get none tired of the pastime, had 'ditch. I will on the 1st day of Sod kuuiuer, jkj.3, at wo court nouse door , .. uwwra. mf of tion in view of the vote lost Novem- thrown her aside. She lies somewhero rtK He will nologncr have- 1913, at tho court house door in Hartford, Ky., offer for sale to any sheep to sell. ber. At that time the country voted in the river's sweep, cold and stark; tomber, tho highest and best bidder tbe folSheriff's 'Sale. Ky., offer for sale to for a protective tariff by a majority but he goes on bis way untroubled. in Hartford, By virtue of a Judgement the highest and best bidder the fol- lowing described tract or parcel of and asof 1,300,000. Verily, the girl must suffer. A. S. of E. Notice. lowing described tract of parcel of land bounded as follows: sessment rendered in tho Ohio By the lands of John Maddox. John And it pains us to say that it has land bounded as follows: Court in an octlou of v.. n All locals of the Ohio County A. 8- always been so and that we very By the lands of Wm. Greer, Frank Baize, Mrs. Nora Phillips and the 1. Rhoads, et al. on Motion for E.. ae hereby notified bt a call Public, One of the strangest political C. Railroad . Company ;? containing 40 Ditch I wm on much fear it will he so to tho end. Reynolds, Sim Rlchajrds and. Foster iho 1st day of Sep-- 1 meeting of the county union, to be Jn the history of this country, For woman, the matrix of the race, Reynolds; containing 75 acres! alF'tf acres; all of which was adjudged to tember, at the Court to the attempted Impeachment of the one in whose 00ft body, close which was adjudged to be benefited be benefited by the establishment of Hartford Ifv nti- - r house door in.neld in Hartford at 1 o'clock, o. m., ur ..... to tne on Saturday Auk. 16 totransact any Governor Suiter, of New York, by to whsoe warm heart, all the chil by the establishment of 'said 'ditch, sold ditch, and which land was highest and best bidder " tho folllow. business that may come, before tbe members of his own partyy in the leg dren of the race must find their .way and which land was assessed at 440, 400.4 credited, by $266.66 ln described tract or parcel of land body. A full attendance is greatly Mature, and his defense by Repub- into the world, lies hy nature's flat with 6 oer cent oen<v. per cent penalty on balance. with 6 bounded as follows: desired. lican .members of that body. It is under this special condition, that for Sold property Is levied upon ana ofSaid property is levied upon and By the lands of F. Carter, J. L. B. T1CHENOR, Ch'm'n. d. eriaenC that Tammany Hall seeks that unique function, with Its tre- fered for sale as the property of offered for sale as the property of Ralph, Sam Neal and W.Kelly; HENRY M. PIRTLE, Sec'y,( the, downfall of the Governor, who mendous import to the future, she John Coleman. J. H., J. T. and 0. C. Westerfled. 70 acres, all of which was adw$i sever a strong favorite with the must guard Jealously .her honor, her 6t3. 6t3. T. H. BLACK, S. 0. C. judged to-b- e T. H. DbACK, S. 0. C. beBefKod by the estTiptr, and that certain faults of the fitness for motherhood. tablishment of sold ditch, and which A Tftriffcfer Firelfttf . Gparnpr have been fallen upon to "Men" get off easy," yes, because "One of the most common allmeats land was assessed at iiraf this about His main Bin happily the percentage et women who that hard working people are affllet- - The Democratic Tariff bill which ed by, 1106.00. with 6. 14000, creditper cent on aatiMt Tainmany was his vgrenupus can be cheapened, l even' deceived,; ed with' IsMame back." T TlsiBss ssiTTans- shas. filled our own MBufacturers with balance. v t M join's - fear sad dismay brlnss Joy to their , a fair primary lav and Is jhmJI. Aart'to;pss Liniment twice a day and asSaid property Ywi iu levied upon and for this he is commended by del Men would go down down to swift sage tbe parts thoroughly at each competitors la Great Brttian. This Is offered yr sale as the property, of cm men of all parte!, and gives, racial ruin, uncbeered by offspring, application, and you will get quick. la accord with the President's policy W. V Howajd, toe JOn the sjimpAiby of he. Republic never knowing the pride of fatter- - relief. For sale by all dealers. m. to subjeet our manufacturers to the 6t3; T. H. BLACK, S. 0. C. ans and Progressives In the Empire hood, unwept, unhonoml, unsung. If guue It were otherwise. ' It may be possible that the Gov- - And yet, to make the girl do all Impeachment for the suffering frankly isn't fair. We ftcronStac to in t the potteffle ernor deserves Cmtr tiori. Ky.. u mail matt.r of ti weend golne of nts Bnort comings, but what ought, as professedly a Christian so- tUw, if Tammany Hall could be Impeach- - clety, to order It otherwise; to ac- ed? Everybody knows that eery cept the splendid challenge of Eu- C. M. BARNETT, J. NEY FOSTER crime In the calendar of crimes could gene V. Debs, who took into his EDITORS be laid at the door of Tammany home an erring sister rejected of Hall, not one but thousands of others. Address all communications to them. In view of this fact It Is some- We ought, but when will we? Ixu- The Hartford Republican. wbat amusing to the rest of the Isville Herald. country to think of Tammany Hall struggling to rid the State of New Strikes at the Farmer's Pocket. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS setecribero JirioK th paper nt to a new York of an "unworthy" Governor. No matter to what extent some addnaa onit Bite the old addmw Id making th A few dayB ago Goy guizer gave nqsam. sections might be benefited by the Hpnini r, omnhnHc th rhnnr H.nluuuu) t ?. .n..m.m1 Tnolff nnniwifjri mnnnncrtcta will not be returned la 111 j J st ikssI1i1p foreign competition. Is seemingly going through and those who expect to benefit by It '". Loth-bridg- e, )ir "J1 W tJJSS!? -- de leg-go- od a "" f, "' le over-crowde- d; -- I61"' con-turne- rs ex-Go- v. . uLnZl2;' boy-lik- e, r'Sl T, uVJlr "" SL S , thesuXzercaIe. I con-toln- ln , Apply-Chamb- er. ;t, CASTOR I A .' iwftr . r jvi..asroa ft ladder, nnd hful roach! Revcn or eight feet from the and bottom, when he was overcome by Children for Sunday and for school fumes from rivnnniltp. which hnd lipen used In blasting, and ho fell Kick, CARSON & CO. wear. jri.0Bm.-.""wttjia- 5 ULWI A SLIPPER SALE While our stock of Men's, Ladies' and Children's Slippers was greatly reduced during our recent sale, we want to reduce it still more, so for the next ten days we will give you Wo aro receiving dally New Will open this week Goods. Shoes for Men, Hoys, Ladles Fall out On new about THOUSANDS AID IN GOOD ROAD PLAN ! Make a Trip to Our Bakery BAr7cRYEMf" I went In to her homo ing down, and succeeded horaa Adopt Novel One-Da- y the unconscious body of the ' Wf young man to the surface. It is conv.-Ff7arl Method. sidered almost a miracle that he Madlsonvillle fair held At the thin task Mr. Alvln Howe showed his could have accomnlHlhnd fine horseB, and out of six rings en as' the hoy weighed about 140 pounds. Fort Smith, Ark., Aug. 11. Build- - j tered ho won six blue ribbons and no was soon resuscitated, and at the y plan la last Recount n una rntiRlrlf rril nut of Ing roads under a one-daone red ribbon. Lilt: UlitL'l UltTLIlUU L1U1L 1H llt'lll. nil- danger, although considerably bruis -, . Messrs. II. W. Tinsley and Allison M far ccssfully used In Arkansas and Okln- Harnett spent Saturday and Sunday ed about the head and shoulders. Up to date more than fifty ' homa. In Louisville. The former also visit 48 miles of modem highway has been SlOO Reward, S1O0. ed friends In Lexington before re built in various sections by this methThe readers of this naner will be turning homo. pleased to learn that there is at od and tho v.ork has Just begun. be afrid Citizens residing along an almost imMr. J. W. Mosely, of Beaver Dam, IcaBt one dreaded disease that science No one will John Daniel black has been able to pure In all Its passable route connecting Morrllton has purchased the smith business In Hartford, and has stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall's and Marti nville took first prfro last And be taken charge. He will move his fam Catarrh Cure Is the only nosltlvo cure Thursday .when between sunrise and sunset they constructed twenty-thre- e ily here In a few days. now known to the medical fraternity. More miles of beautiful highway. usually busy 1 am read? to insure your horses, Cjatarrh being a constitutional treat- than 1,000 persons participated. The We catllc-agalndeath ment. Hall's Cure is taken Internally, workers jackB, mules and As busy be. were dlvdied into eciuads 1 lot of Ladies' regular $3 50 Slippers in Tan, Gun acting directly upon the blood and from any cause. of 200 and were scattered along the like mucous surfaces of the system, there-h- y E. E. BlftKHEAD, Metal and Patent, most all sizes on narrow last, your route. Each worked under a superdestroying the foundation of the intendent, We Agt. Ky. Live Stock Ins. Co. and a committee of three 89c r 52tf. choice while they last disease, and giving the patient expert road builders Inspected every I am ready to Insure your horses, strength by building up the consti Our white new Buck OxfordB, regular Ice Cream Served Every Sunday Jacks, mules and cattle against death tution and assisting nature in doing mile of the work after It was $2.39 price 3.C0 from any cause. proprietors have ,so its work. The .The road was built after only .two E. E. BIRKHEAD, much faith in Its curative powers that $2.39 Ladies' $3.00 and $3.50 Tan Oxfords weks had been spent In organizing Agt. Ky. Live Stock Ins. Co. they offer One Hundred Dollars for 52tf. $1.98 the forces. Each night the residents Ladies.' $2 50 Tan, Gun Metal or Patent BAKERY The Ohio Couaty teachers' insti- any case to cure. Send for llst of tes- along tho route were rounded up at HARTFORD $1,39 Kid Slippers Address: Montimonials. La1ies'$2.00 tute will convene in Hartford and school houses, country stores W. C. Schlemmer, Prop. F. J. CHENEY & Co., Toledo, 0. day morning and will be In Besslotn $2.79 residences, and were given a prollnf Men's Tan and Gun Metal, 53.50 quality Sold by Druggists, 75c. Green, until Krlday afternoon. Prof. lnary education In good roads build- HARTFORD. Ky$3.29 Our $4.00 Men's guaranteed Patent Oxfords ,Take .Hall's Family Pills for consti ing. On the day sot for the actual of Bowling Green, Is the. instructor. pation. 39c, 79c, $1.19 and $1.59 Children's Slippers WANTED Reliable, energetic man work there was a rush to commence operations. More than 400 teams to sell Lubricating oils, greases and Sheriff's Sale. were donated free of chargo by farm paints in Ohio and adjacent counties. TAKES A BIG LOAII By virtue of a Judgement and as ers and others. The county permitSalary or Commission. sessment rendered In Ohio County ted the use. of Its good roads machinDOAN OIL &. PAINT CO., Court In an action of C. R. Rhoads, ery and paid wages of engineers Cleveland, Onto. otl. al, on motion for Public Ditch I and firemen amounting to less than M. L4ine, ot Washington, et Mr. J. goods. will on the 1st day of September, $25.00 Pa., who spent several months here In court house The road builders found plenty of prices, al- - last winter In the oil business and 1913, at theoffer for sale doorthe Hart- Ideal material In highto places In ford, Ky., who also has several fine leases best bidder the following on near-b- y farms, so there was no local oil field, was here this. est and the ,. so described tract or parcel of land expense In this respect. All 'other bounded as follows: expenses, which amounted to less lnffiHKi-ff2-- BM Misses NeUle Orr, Jit, Carmel, 111.; By vthe lands of J. P. Rhoads, than $25, was borne by citizens and MM V Elizabeth Tyron, Toledo, Ohio; Eliza Tnmoa Mlllor heirs. W. C. White and Is that the county constructthe result Ohio, and Portia beth Lott. Wooster. S. P. Whltejy; containing '40 acres; twenty-thre- e miles of fine road Clark, Ashland, Ohio, are the guesta as nt which Will be benefited bv the ed (V Ei $50. Miss Mary Elizabeth Felix, on establishment ofNsald ditch, and which for lees than of But the work is not to stop with Walnut Street. land was assessed at $490,. credited the building of this road. County Miss "Gladys Duke, who has been by $280, with 6 per centvon balance. Judge Taylor is now busily engaged of my feed and grala to supply T visiting her brother, Mr. Ramey E. Said property is levledvupon and In organizing like clubs throughout many satisfied customers. Do nnkB and wife, will leave next week offered for sale as the property of the county and says he will rebuild think they vu)d keep on gettBKS for Louisville, 'to resume her posi the heirs of Cecil McEiroy. v every road in his district before their supplies heie unless my ree- -, tion with the Cumberland Telephone 5t3. T. H. BLACK, S. O. C. winter. ' grain and prlcea were satisfactDiyr: Co., as bookkeeper. eood roads movement Of course not. Then why. don't res sThfi one-da- y Almost Lost His Life. Attorney Otto C. Martin attended In this section probably received its buy Trour suppaea mere eo Baaj.-drs S. A. Stid, of Mason, Mich., will the Grayson county fair at Leitch-flel- d impetus Ah Sequoyah-- ' County, j Okla'.are well treated. xComece. accompanied pever forget his terrible exposure homa, which recently built thirteen this week. He was a'tijal order. You'U.xepe- -t. gave me a home by his wife and little daughter, to a merciless storm. "It miles of fine roadway connecting Sail it all right t visiting Mrs. Martin's dreadful cold," he writes, "that caus- isaw ana who have been vian.xms roaa was com-tilt- il ed' severe pains in my chest, so it Mr. E. G. Barrons was la Louis mother for several weeks. In nine actual workine hours. neiga-bo- r was- sard for me to .breathe. A ville tnia week. Eight iTundfed men cok paJt'ln'-'tai- s The Ohio County Baptist Assocts? gave me several doses ot Dr. annual session this ween Mevehartt. work. The county donated scrapers, Mra. J. H. Mtochke. of Evansville. tlon is in K le'a New Discovery which brought engines and road plows, one team was FRIDAY, AUGUST 15. la visiting her son, Mr. H. E. Mischke and the meeting' was held at Westn HARTFORD, relief Thn doctor B&ld T WaS donated by farmers. Providence church, between. Center-towand family. number on the verge ot pneumonia, but to A- few days later Vlah and Tamaha and Rockport. Quite a 1 did of Greenville, E. Kailroad Tim TaUe MJas Lula Grundy,daye with Miss from Hartford attended .the meeting. continue with the Discovery. cured Joined and within ten hours uilt tiAiioA veoalnfa for taAJLS fTOtB' 3B M. H. completely spending a few to so and two bottles Cts-t- tir In the "Shower of Gold" subscrip me." Use only this quick, sale, re eight miles of good roads'oonnectto g tlonal banks! Representative Katie Pendleton. at Hartford, Ky. these cities. Ashdown and Wilton, iin1 Ho t After m' TopiAnitt by the Owensbroo tion contest held coughs, colds, or Mian Gertrude Schlemmer has re Messenger which closed last week, liable medicine for In Little River CountyAr-kansa- s, eluded. effective Monday two towns L. 4k N. time card any throat or lung trouble. Price 50c built five miles of good road V Aug. 21st. turned from an extended visit with itf iorthn Rachel Flemsiter. of and , Trial .bottle f $1.00.,, , About ,500 men i Formed ' a. m. relatives aiyOaanetton, Ind. vLiBL tharp-w- i" Fordsvllle, wasMhe winner of the toV hv rinWlfita. m. I within-- six hours." 112 North Bound Ho. Wit-s-on participated. The road was inspect- nal representative of Preside Dr. S. J. Wedding, who has been capital prize, of $500 in gold. She al dally except Sunday. ed by J. R. Shldler, a member of the i past so won three other prizes of andadviser of the America Sheriff's Sale. No. 114 North Bound due 1:15 p. no. confined to his residence for the Highway Engineering bassy" at Mexico City, was recela-- Bi United States improving. each in gold, and also a special prize several days, is dally except Sunday. Judgement and as Corps, and he pronounced it first Br virtue of a in an unofficial capacity by Fredas ' of a phaeton. sessment rendered in the Ohio Coun class. Mr. W. G. Bennett, route 3, No.' 115 South Bound due 8:45 a. m. Ico Gamboa. the Mexican. Mlniatesr Issue of The Re ty Court Elsewhere In this in the action ot c. k. In all these good roads undertak for Foreign Relation' will leave today for a few weeks dally except Sunday. publican will be found an article, Rhoade, et al, on Motion for Public 1:46 p. m. sojourn at Dawson Springs. ings the county is placed at little 'or No. 113 South Bound due telling how good roads are made by 1 will on the' 1st day of Sepexpense. no In all a total of' 55 Controller of the Currewrr JCap; dally except Sunday. Rowe. of Fort Smith, the citizens of Arkansas, at a very Ditch Mrs. .Matt 1913, at the court Souse door miles of good roads have been built H. E. MISOHKE, Agt. which, barArk., Is the guest of her niece, Miss small cost. Every person In Ohio tember. that in' Hartford, Ky.,' offer for sale to within ten days In the two States at has announced money banks specuJafcr-- . Mary Rowe on Union street. for county should be interested dn good row or loan folbest bidder the a cost of less than $150. In most inar- the highest and any pertsasu Mrs. M. W. Barnard and daughter roads for this county, and this lowing described tract or parcel of stances the business men- have sub purposes will b denied Shelby Stevens Is In Louisville have returned from a visit with ticle should be of some help In get Mr. tf the $50,000,000 of Govermneafr. land bounded as follows: scribed sufficient funds to pay all .ex funds about, to be deposited t s visiting relatives. ting our roads In better shape. friends at South Carrollton, Ky. By the lands of S. L. Phillips, Wm. panses. .who" broke In Blst in moving crops. Dan Hlnes. "colored, Henry Loyd; containing Mrs. M. A. Faught is the guest of Greer and Prof, and Mrs. A. E. Ellis left Wedchicken house of M,r. J. Ney 47 acres, 42 of which was adjudged relatives in Owensboro. Curreit Events. nesday for Sturgls, where they will to the occurred at Eclipse. i to be benefited by the establishment A near-riFoster several days ago, was Mrs. Sulzer, wife of Gov. Sulzer, Mr. Mcllenry Holbrook Is spending be the guests of their brother. w', v.v !,.. o.omH i lhamn Parke. LouisvlUe. Tuesday, wheat l before Judge C. M. Crowe of the of said ditch, and which land was as. a few days in Louisville. Mr. E. P. Moore and son Johm, Hartford police court, a few days sessed at $336.00, credited by $252, for the revelations that resulted in Plre Murray made a close declsto. Mr. U. S. Faught, of Centertown, have returned from Narrows, where since on the charge of housebreaking with 6 per cent penalty on balance. the resolution for her husband's lm- - tnat tne spectators u uu they spent a few days visiting and was held over to the October wan In Hartford Monday. Said property Is levied upon and peachment. which was before the low-- , The crowd flocked on to the- UsU. grand Jury. Being unable to give offered for sale as the property of er house ot the New York Assembly one, "fan" carried a sledgehammer. Ttnu-Io- y friends. Mr. J. C. Her and Mr. W. S. to Jail. the heirs of Frank Coleman, de- all of Tuesday night. She declares she Louisville this week. Prof. A. P. Taylor and family, bond he was taken back were In visiting Mrs. TaySocialism, immoral dances; placeed an order for the ceased. I have used his campogin contributions for Louis- of Owensbroo, are Miss Cornelia Worthum, of. T. H. BLACK, S. O. C. speculation without the knowledge Catholic press reports and the action lor's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. third car of Arab since June 23, 5t3. ville, is the gueat of Miss Mattye 1913. If you are In need of Arab you of the Governor because she needed of mine owners in Lead, S. D werev Render. Duke. Plan to Fight Suffrage. - money for her Household. No vote Bcored in resolutions by the. meriV-a- n opened a new lot of Percals had better order now, as I can't Just Owens-bor- o, likely be out Miss SudoRay White, of Federation ot CathoUi SocIetiesJ Buffalo, N. Y., August 4. The or- was in prospect at 3 o'clock" Wednesand Ginghams Just the thing for keen it In stock. Will is the guest of Miss Alma before another car arrives. Special ganization of a Catholic women's day morning. The minority was then at Milwaukee. school dresses. Riley. prices by the ton for casn. Doni league that proposes to counteract the fighting to get the statement before CARSON & CO. reA sharp debate over the tobacco Rockport, get Arab confused with other alfalfa tendencies of the women's movement. the Assembly as now evidence. A Dr. and Mrs. B. B. Pendleton Mr. S. L. Fulkerson, of screenings Including their demand for the use of test ballot, indicated that the Gover- schedule was Indulged in by fcSeoatar turned Thursday morning from Ok was a pleasant caller at this office feeds. Arab contains no or any worthless material. Sold bf the ballot, marked session nor's enemies lack three otea. aatC Nelson, of Minnesota, who lahoma. Monday and renewed his faith tn ine Merchant, of the German Roman Catholic CenW. E. ELLIS, Produce, LATER3ov., Sulzer was Impeach- tobacco placed on the free list. daughter, Mn nnwan Holbrook and 6t4. ns. Hartford. Ow- Sonators James, Williams and. . tral Vercln, which 1b holding its ed by the' lower house Wednesday. Miss Marlam, loft Thursday for JoJm T Moofe ud Branches ot the " Mr. George M. Maddox, Sr., of convention here. ensboro. children returned Saturday afternoon near Rockport, died Tuesday even- league will be formed in all parts The Louisville . Commercial Club Mr. and Mn. Fred Cooper have from a month's sojourn at Chautau ing. He had been suffering for some of the country, It was said by Mrs. has decided to undertake a trade A thief disguised as a brakemanu returned from several day's visit in qua, New York. trip to Panama during November. The stole $1,000 worth ot Jewelry Ixtmu time from complication of diseases, Joseph Frey, the honorary president. Louisville. Dr. Wilson. Osteopath, Js at the and his death was not unexpected. "The feminist movement", said Mrs. club adopted a resolution authorizing Mr. and' Mrs. W. T. Beckham. eC Miss Alice. Foster left, Saturday for Commercial Hotel at Hartiord every Mr. Maddox was one of the promin- Frey, ','ls being promoted by women a special committee to request those Shelbyvllle, while they were becupj Owenaboro to visit her mother, Mrs. Tuesday and Friday from 12 o'clock ent citizens ot his section of the whose views are decidedly pagan. If In charge of the AdmlnUtrtalon Cur- Ing Pullman car at Cleveland. G. a 5tf. county, noon until 7 o'clock p. m. .ImB. Foster. and was nominated, for, mag- their demands were to be realised rency BUI to defeV recommending its v j. ' e HenrsTHoover, who la employ istrate ori the Republican ticket from ' Esq. J. H. Miles, of PaAdlse, was cease.to-eslst- . , representative bankers Mr. passage until i Christian. family 'The fJrat ship will pass througrr! Mon-'da- y ed at the oil wells on. the Carter the Rockport district at the recent "While the Catholic Church has are heard. a 'pleaeant caller at thla office the Panama Canal in October, Sale". and Snell farms, was a pleasant call- primary election. It to said that hi made no pronouncement on the matafternoon. Lieut. Col. Wilson. U. Sr Ai assiat-a- nt Wednesday, That she and Lona Norris were nlace on the ticket wtil be filled by ter of woman suffrage, the CathoMtM Alma Riley baa returned home er at thhi office to Col. Goethatarla 'the cooatrec-ti- on Misses Mary and Elizabeth King. a' district" convention, made of the lic philosophy of life is opposed to frightened into going to-- Reno, Nv.t from an extended visit to relatives of the eaa m we are not centering from San Francisco with Maury I. w,bo have been the guest, of Miss delegates irom me various vreciuwa, la Owenaboro. re- - Louise to their the result td be certified by the coun our activities in' opposition to wo- Dlggs and 'F. Drew Caminettl "by Pblppa returned ou -- eroian . a. ForSevkJ Attorney scandal and arrest. wasAhe man suffrage, but. rather in a plan UuMtfa-oty committee.. cusinese trip borne. In Henderson Wednesday. KJ v tamed Monday from a ftnn of the. nioest andohest ;' - ofCentertown, for the future,. The present unrest statement of Marsha Warrington at .1- 1, ihj? n -- ' Mr. Will Newcome, A Mr. Alvlnltawe,:r .. has accepted a' position as ticket who younz son ot Wablaton achool- has respited of'' Dlfcgr on a charge ot heuaee- - to'Haatford,) at Just wat It: . enfraBjchlaemesit .' the trial Mvs near ? "" ' Grtto' WB0 .jir. Z. cost. Haar6 raoas; hall, fjoat 'slavery! many iweews, v- - seller at the main entrance for au- - tiBuu mdu voni hvr li Ing hl ot .women in several states. Tbmw white ll Ul lor hack varasdaa, built In touobilea at the State Fair at Lou- - life Tuesday afteraeen, while aelp- - women would exert an evil Influence Sfcfci WjB!!L-l-- -l in the Democratic cau seeds no repairs.. . ... - 4t., -- lll TV. - tuulllr.n Willi.. -.nA Wl by means of ballet if a caaservatlve lK o U i. WMI. U w -.JU 1ST11U3 JW For pautarr.calIlV)raerestaJ i ". . Matter. ---M was not In, the neu; cuaes the Currency Bill waxed body f I T. attire considerable ability'1 and is a had "reached a'depthet X Xet, irfceii vMUME MiaUV , Wee. 'JU ieowatoraet'Uvelr Influencei" - - .Jqver Ue prepoeitkm to make war complUtfefit to Mr. 'Rowe. c' ." . "': " LUPV deserved several days, returned Monday. : Miss Mary Anderson, of Louisville, Mr. Henry Travis, who was working who has been visiting Miss .MarJani at the top of the well, Immediate! Hoi brook and other friends here for carry- striking on his head and shoulders. Residents of Arkansas and Okla- -' 'K$ rv.j GM are the following low prices. Don't Extrk. Special you'll not delayed. hurt you st yotr But little tots manage to see. as can t - IT There are several months yet that you Remember can wear the above you are getting them at reduced -- ay that IT PAYS TO TRADE WITH A HOUSE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY. -- T ift ' JLffl(6b m-m due-7:19 t i Hartford Republican. W.EaELUS Th-Prelu- cn-o- -J Gov.--Joh- $. - ot i I t l to-da- SIb-mo- te ' - f .jpr -'- t r -- in-th- e 1- - wt', .7' rn. , ,.,"T-,-'f- TrMrif yiw' 'YwaNwaAWcUh weu t dhji al "." fjs-i-i. jmlk) i . .,&&ik. ; Jt&1JtM, a,! h,. iM... i --AMbUuiAMi. jL . 3A k . ..JMJSfiWt - fl 1 PESTS OF SHADE TREE Prtfer Protection Much Importance. GOATS MILK IS EXCELLENT VALE THE TURKEY TROT LAMPS FEATURE OF BUILDING TROT AND FI8H WALK Nethlng Better for Children, as It la Almost Entirely Free From Is Problem of) Dreaded Tuberculosis. HORSE Soft Glowing Bulbs at Structure Are Objects of Great Interest. Directory Olle Covuaty ty; " " NOW IN FAVOR. The common milk goat can be kept There are no lamps in Washington by the families who cannot afford to like those that shed their soft glow keep a cow and as the milk of the goat at the east entranco to to Freauently Losses Are Is highly nutritious It Is an excellent Washington Society and Earnest Seekbuilding on 17th street. Very Caused by Overwhelming Attacks , substitute ers After Latest Approved Novelty for the cow's milk. For many persons overlook them because g Insects Keep of children (here Is nothing better and It Are Putting Themselves I Ihcy are only a single feature of that la a Peats In Subjection. act that It " almost Through Both Paces. dnzllng white building and are en- entirely free from tuberculol?,,, W.Qji i cuim'iiBBeu or to many other beautiful , .i. . (Dv s. a. KonnER) . ti But, nnewer7ng"a question "rc .i. 16 i""Y"i The protection of the shado trees respondent as to whether It of a cor e Society me mint- irui iinu uie tango, thlnga. Is profit-ablaweary of these much Prom the sldesralk Is a level spaco and ornamental shrubs of our city to keep Qiscussea aances;pf j)ure white marble pave leading to parks against insects has been for mrm lor me common goats on the miiKing purposes, we and, having lost a low flight of seven marble stcpa. ereral years anrobletn L Increase should say that as a generalrule'lt is rot ! W lne 8ldcs V thl -tec importance. Many of tie most de- - ' nJ low . -Miyjl-trees shrubs are liable to I ?Je 8U,rwny ' )Hin.8f which iri on Ooau require the proper feed Just .Ji,rv:-a:a- r JZXZ .......... h w,.. realm of the for- ?."'. ll? 0B . 7 juuovuio luocv ' the same as other animals if they are r. i hu peats tio,04). inner man mo , tallgotten. flUMA ... est man. Than Tne concerned, .l nresnear-alarf- "!US --5Pd Tho - tf V " none 'I, f ih - inmn. . u ,. paw wun fc -nuns sold to yCa7 r"y where If and rich private patients of T0" Vv'" Fe The prime R, t',e1rtronB 0 o! the Ce . vorltes ' auvuniage, yzKLsiC. -- '"a RfUr tUo present moment, Jshlon of Common goats are cheap to begin . with; it IantoB. The light ? they cost little if a small flock and eTrneVt seek! '& rf?" laUBBBBBsffiLBBV thhwa pnYies high of er after thi.,rK" , 1s kept on a large farm, as they can fcl .BtOnsBBflaflHBBBBBBK nliii twelve Ih TatTst" pick up a pretty fair living by brows-in- s 'EUmrerfehfcv. Thi.o iHv. on the place. ?k .fotae Pne8 of glass, r.vh ..bbbl On the other hand, the odor from ting themselves tU ll" Window t ,l,e 9iiiBBB9iftHaBBBBW ' the bucks is Intolerable to most people. oth dances tfleiiis.iA in WUiwiv sea and Goats are difficult to confine within Which are sometlmaq nut in r.m bounds as thep wJli Climb fences of "8" " he fiBh Valk Vithfn he last houses for colonial or early republican LT almost an V" height, and their favorite Pv months. effect. Around the base of each light ' Krom Washington the horsq, 'trot frXp for tne ihn L.,?Beet".e, Made " nre six small bronze heads of, tigers. "w -tnat was carried Jn several of 1U exemplifi- The top of each lamp Is convex and of 8trawboard and 8meared With ' .:""' "VSJSti goaMs -" lhe common milk Purely out cations to Newport and Bar Harbor, reminds one of the top of n big, round Tanglefoot. ' vmtc wu iiiu ncrEe iarm. usca and there It was a great favorite In uireun or cnanng dish, jtfce owner does not know why. This to supply milk, for apeclal purposes ...ii u.uc inn turamer. inensni tn.ni,inb ,u , &m e often due to borers or the scale 'or by people who are unable to keep a walk Is known at present only to that b&luatrad ",?i ,ZV Q little circle Whlch with Its friends , iteoects or beetles, the presence of cow, they are more or less valuable. l from all parts of the country frequent nforh?. Bff " lu;f4.bordB-fe'which has not been detected or susAedM 6 ihV?. CP. g pected, but which injuries might have .USEFUL AS HAY RACK LIFTER the Playhouse on "dancing nights." .6 Some of the skilful proponents of f,1 each e ap. ,ben prevented if the facts had been py,?,0.w the horse trot and the fish walk are (known in time. More sudden losses Arkansas Farmer Haa walks Automatic Un- - Miss Julia Meyer and i ho,r.t. "'alrcases re caused by overwhelming attacks her brotheMn- which loader for Heavy Wagon Bodlea g law and sister, Lieut. C. Raymond P. overcome the Jpf insects, which, although rence in level be-. How It Is Constructed. tween that of tb' itoagers, u. S. N., and Mrs. Rodgers, oordp,. jtiMspicupus, are not dealt with be--" street and the lower -" " BknMiss Dorothv Wtlllnma MIpq r.tk four big jjroper measures of procedure I have an automatic unloader for . oia ycamo' e notable are the north .. f We not known! Ari.nn trees three in heavy hay racks and other wagon bod- But, of late year, a great work has ipa ffiat nnv nno nan ad one In the south. Aa,A n i.v Mrs. William . .... wuiaio MthM garet Perin, Howard Taft; Miss Mar- , i the Misses Jeanette and ' tw. .h corner of the south (Men accompiisnea alonjj . . knows how to drive a team, writes F. uesna ... Ear' ,e usoutheast nut hv the "WBja proper expenrnfinis wq op? athaway of Fort Smith, Ark., In the sle andAllen, the Misses Margaret. Jes- - - 1, .n B ! Eleanor Wilson, Miss HelenMrrations, Careful examinations are Jssr: jaugural committee on the marking Taft, Mr. and Mrs. Preston Olbsr ecledtrgBg-Jtn-d fcelng made of the of historic sites, which reads: -Viscount de Slbour, the counsell- a. Mhrubs and the life hlstorv of Thn ,i" ThC gite ot the residence of 8en. Vhp - ti--mbassy, an thT ern!L- jWfificts causing th injuries' is belntJr of Ness, who married the daughter ,ot IVM llrlllll"M- -' " Davy- .Sums, original tWrtftr of., the 5ji3i?d eeplj1? TJjIj 's la grder that .. in. aiiauup v, tun uchmwh j mmiarj grounds now occujpiefl, Vj .1.. White the i:'i:' PBfiircj w par 90H whwotlw ifl Mrs. Hervfarth. C&UWV jmbassy, and House, treasury Vihd Si'ar "and gladys HlpcV.l?y. v Miss Mty departnvehtB?' -- ss Oxycka, ;aers of 1 -- r. von Bulow, re-W9ty ?. ?v Tfce jj ands crotfe '(o a 'great old ,..i OLiier orivate premises may jrman embassy staff: ycamore. the to'CWn shadow of which PalieA U, nvW.nww.oC nnsted on the habits and charnt Surgeon Cary T. fauB acroBs the marker. Perhaps the Q',ffiW ItwterisUca of the peats, and know L.K$t. - S. N.; Mr. Marcus Jordan, aje of that Yyeambre fell often on bow to com Da t mem. Sj dward St. John Greve. Jr.. U. fomi Vah feB and his wife, Marta instance, the elm tree. Take, for ? ..; Capt Louis M. Uttle, U. . . Burns, ana Verhaps It was growing 1b, of Tfce Bpraylng of large elms oper-.: Surgeon Cary D. Langhoroe, O. S. there wn 'old Davy owned the Ub. expensive and . M. C. and Mrs. Langhorne, MIsb IQth- -which ., twmmmm (mm rrft ' a great injury w """"r" LTT ner and Baron Kurt von Lersoerof the ScMWhE BATHROOMS NO HuriE .fc- --,. Susceptible to arasKal polhona ,uV.. German embassy, Mr. Hewri Martin, t . .r.v nthnr Insects. A chejfjj .V. WJfchlrteiB, onetime attache ot the Swiss 'legation SfMbWere. Plunges, kiphoiatered CoucheS),.fn &fH"r Uat, Back V .fflnlant method 6TrotecUDS the here; Miss Frances Uppitt, Miss Agra fter. Luxuries LockW Wp. JZ& "iTtke pTeparaUon of, adhesiveBennett, Mis Budora Ctocer,vMhn . ram. 'iWrevre, iNtwraUona. for trapping ine hBreeie. Figure 1 Ethel Noyes, Miss Raa-o'the senate bathroWMS 'dfe 'locked vrhiok creep up or down the trun5 ' gnowg one 0f the frame as it Miss Lascelle MacCtasky. Mr. 'George appeara hejTo' e Ja unloallng wh, Denalnt of the French embassy taff. dp. The showers, the 'tllUdges'lne X- U the tree. the I Wkeo, & n..m.na f tha Siwian !ia. 'riv 'machines, the 'aellcateiV-UDhol- lm catlhMjare) full Fig. 2 uhyrtfi ,, poBiUon of the frame n. and ifroHQ tkay ! ti trwsy to pupatji with tJoe rack on lt The gation. the second secretary df '(he 'itefed couches, the ;thayeur8 A ..kaui-iMIkin- - r6ther luxuries, for whWhrlfocle-Sam- . ISL,k -- rtk,W.lfcifeiaale mctto ,4 by-- ; 8et firjilylato.'the,.groo.nd. norm.. .nku wto. Th tDMIte 'ihduid be set "about"' Vk Un, Count and Ooaatess 'de '1 'Roca.- 'haB been paying haritfVomely, are noJ artlag. bl 1mm. oly reacil-wthe naval attache t "the 'Frtnetx 'Bm- "taiore.'so far as tho senators are conxrwyio lay am apart cr088Wige, 6y CUBWHMC uP Vne unna. length and height of the frames bassy and Viscountess 'Benotflt'd'Azy. 'eenled. If a senator wants a bath The or hire ume mtt la aaralQWM t theproper 'hep- 07, depend upon the racks used, BB are Mr. and Mrs. Charles "Mutin'and Miss jjhehas 'to get'Jt''at home garden ae bath 'of the 'common or or the lifting braces, which must be well Gladys Munn. "taiwd" Impartiable by Micky j fcy ywuaL'weraiB Just emenrnif from .made and securely bolted to the poets, horse trot was 'Introduced !iait 'Hety'at'iheTpWaillng prices. One of Demo-attac- Mb) K, like tree is vtrtually aecure yet not so tight as to hinder them season at a tall glvenby'me'mllltary ,We'soIemV'q'6e8tions before the 'atlc'cau'ciis'some days ago had to do injury. MlaBtoaker-wt)rof the German tfmtaasy,-MaJ- . from moving- freely in the loading or In secret, behind ,"Se. baths. TkeVttcky Bibstance may be ap-- unloading of rack. The pieces C are von Herwarth, and Mwie. V6n 'Her- ,4irectly tothe bark as a deter- .2 by 6s bolted to the lifting braces. warm. Both the muMe'srid'the'dance '"p'y, closed doors, the matter was MnattjaealnBt the attack ot borers, or At their forward ends two short pieces were originated iby --Mr. 'Uriel 'Davis, Miebaled. It was before the caucus termlttently for several days. Finally with his broiher.iW'a'-favorit'e'exused on bands of paper, tin. of 2 by 4s (E) are bolted that strike For the elm leaf- - against the rack as it Is being driven ponent of popular 'dance 'toisTc 'in 'It was decided that the Democratic Wtmwboard. then'ln rparty could not talk economy while a trough shaped band, the in between the frames, thus bringing up Washinetan. ter which is smeared with the the lifting frames and raising the rack the city, say he ''dance and 'took -- a "senators were bathing extravagantly fancy to it. At the1 behestof Mfs. 'and luxuriantly at public expense. 80 off the wagon. Astor. Mrs Ronalds,'Mrs.s"Herbert As- - it was decided the bathrooms should Two croBspieces of 2 by 4s D) are In be closed. bolted lengthwise' to the post to give qulth and other well khbwn'Oadles' t As a result, the magnificent marble London, Mr. iDaVis'has the frames rigidity. Two hooks (F) city to establishment is In disuse. The chief teach are bolted at the forward end of D to The horse trot' is" a1 'livelier dance 'imesseur and his attendants are gone. stop the forward movement of the liftthan either the' tango brl the' turkey It is estimated thqpbathrooms cost for ing frame. These are placed a little i operation and all something like $10,-00-0 past the center so as to lock the frame trot '(aw a year. Several thousand dollars while up. Two pawls notched at. one were paid out to the field marshal of end are bolted underneath the rack the masseurs and his subordinates. frame with the notched ends against Besides, there was the cost of keeping the rear bolster of the wagon. This up the establishment, a rather indefinprevents the rack slipping back as lt Constipation, 'fa Negledfed, ite sum, but still considerable. The rises from the wagon. next thing that may have to go is tho Causes Serious Illness senate barber shop. It is under sus' leads Silage Too Bulky for Swine. Constipation, if neglected, picion as an adjunct of the Democratic Swine raisers are advised against to almost iiititfrrierable complicaeconomy program. It was not a Demofeeding young swine extensively on tions' afTectmgtt,the' general health. crat, but a Republican, who was really Many cases ot silage, in a recent bulletin from the ' 'typho'jd ' fever, responsible for the downfall of the Iowa statjon. It is too fibrous and appendicitis and senate bathrooms. Senator Kenyon of low in digestible nutrients to prove Made of satisfactory Trap for Elm ''other severe dis- Iowa began the war on it laBt con- I g for growing and feath-inaaT I eases 'hrp tracc-ahl- li Tin Lower Edge Should Be Seswino. to' prolonged Argues While Seated. cured About the Tree and Crev-!- c The hog has a digestive apparatus clogging ' of the Filled In to Prevent Larvae suited largely An unique scene was enacted in the 'RcgarJ-t'lic- " to concentrated feeds. bdwels, Passing Through. Supreme court room one day recently. Old sows will cat some silage; howCUe'cts of Something that has never happened ' 'coifsHpation, C. fftleky material, entraps groat num ever, If fed to them lt should constibefore in the history ot the Supreme E." 'Aver's. 6 Sabin bers of the descending larvae, used tute only a Email portion of their court, excepting, possibly In the case jBBBBUlsaiaBBBl St., Mbntpelicr, Its connection with spraying arsenate ration. ot Oliver P. Morton of Indiana and Vtsays: of lead on the leaves, it affords a very "t Vaii nfllletrd Alexander II. Stephens of Georgia, oc' constipation Shallow Garden Cultivating. aausuctory means of keeping the with curred. P. H. Gil more ot Denver bad "And1 lilllniiHnffHM for Continue to cultivate all the vegepesta in subjection. . years, and ot ii times became so bad I an argument to make before the Sutable in the garden frequently and I have been preme court. lie was a stanch supshallow. This is especially true of would, ocoijid'uriconspfoufl.' 'ihany times. Use for Cull Potatoes. roui)d' In '.laf ' tonJtlo!i porter of Blaine in the presidential Phyislfcfans' dM not seetf)' ,(p be able to VThm potatoes come lo use the the tomatoes. They cannot be expectwas overcome 1 VAul kood.' become campaign in 1884, and Nul ones that are of the site ot ed, to continue to bear fruit if this wesk"in'4. tpr "? & Q tlm could do while making a stump speech, and jtBavMeB for the hens and chicks. Cook , essential is not properly taken caro ni,lVrt)rk.';"Ndt' loWifUo I got a bos' sever since that day has been able ana mrow mem into me poultry of. Frequent cultivation in addition of Di? ' MJJvb'." ta,'vp .Tablett, and asked address standing-H- e. to the prolongation of the bearing hfte''dklnK 'tieiii' tflUTOVJ '1u, n'vr fSjHS, and no preparation will be neo- tried .a'nyflilpk lihdt 'liM .In such a. Chief Justice White for permission to y, aa the chicks can easily pick period of the tomato tends to lessen while seated aad ,nlitu.i.er. make I belleva .'miiaf'hnd, to plecas. It is .economical to the damage due to the blossom end I'liavy at' etretWe Taii1' found' the remedy that' K was granted. In this manner, those that rot of this fruit Keep this good VlatVB awtatoet VUOVl t wnally unsalable can bo converted work going by all mean. "u?Kfi'tefrtit Bl'pfcSfwe. suflferers' 'Menumsfit"' ...... e (. t .va..' n.Mfn.r bUH,IILIUUII .....1 and assist la adding to the aato IIU U,lfHUa 4IUIII Gn. Robert B. Lee is lo hajre,-Giving Hss a Bat.. whili ''jpossibry realizing; something fTCaKaVom the farm. fleadld memorial erected to "sjJs Kaaaaa Agricultural Collage aays; qf'tfVtf'aa'rtger bfvth'iV!;ondition, yet honor In 'Washington. The chldf feaww .lamga, retard tae growth of a neSlet'ft0P 'lqng( 16' 'employ proper Oiwaisa In Cam. curaHvvj'n'c4sU',es;4in'lil serious all ture of the monument will he a statae H lice. ..Years tamer akoaM coastaer tfce4 M W, Cfa'erolc site of the Confederate inesH'dftn.fesijlts.4 "The advice ol of oowpoas in ait corn. The VeriwMe have shewn thai .the.toat 'slWoliVslciAh-- s ilVkeip your bowels leader. This tritotM.hM, been var4 -- lUI II - W.l .1- .MB4 for aWtnrl..' hVlLL''L.t deadr MT W sfVotF aovice. possible Bylthe'gtftfef a nerUfra aa, - aa al . .TIT" . t . ta sUajaiaK-, la ,-ahaaileaJ - atoiHar.B. I.j. ancMi .win- mm. , wtn furnUh W .-W .'iaoiets are toerBOB.McMlllU). a, New;TpkaAkr, JU,.i ,Miic5:,.j-3xanv- e "Jbo lJtto'xfa;.of;,th'!Iiotd.B ivMjraWKtj aaa If the corn Is cat atas cents a to, nay 'far Ilka ! Qtainln In a "taaKay eesMdM'af 2rvdoaei: If not wi)QM "Le"-Vl- ll far sage the eewaaaa will help bal- fbund satisfictorV, your money is BtoVe- - .Admirers of Oeaeral saak' saeare a lae.slte for the cheapness hi fkst eoat sad J to icy the cowvms la to drill them --SirLlfilfb'lfAt'c'o., tha details 4 which are'M'Jrat tikhart, atV an Mtwsaa the rows or ta. cots at v " wfsuc vbms bmv aww Mt oas4eted. kIK of eacraU. ts last ealUvatlao af bbujb. ' Leaf-Eatinwell-know- n " 1 I fl 8.0 tit tJS7r u'Jff '? hlTM,h S.ff. lf .."!" l'sP'' "nloin. goatiikHrbT FlHP9BfleBB sip 'aZ.IZTT" 'ffl h"'" "2 JnZ' ,. t5ftr'T !' FT f'" ."Lr ,hJ 8" '"'P'!!!8. ?JT- . leaf-eatin- ll 'S I I 1?! t6a i. - $?'. ?" Wled oii.i a it w , '' it: irr i ' A"' r r ( Circuit Court T. F. Dlrkhcad, COUNTY IiOAItD OF EDUCATION. Judge; Ben D. Itlugo, Attorney; V. Henry Leach, Chairman, Hartford, P. .Mldkiff, Jailer; E. O. Barrass, Ky. Clerk; E. E. lllrlihcad, Master Com1. L. B Tlchenor, Hartford, R. F. missioner; It. T. Collins, Trustee D. No. 5. Jury Fund: T. H. lllack, Sheriff, 2. E. C. Hartford, Itoynoldfl, Ky. Deputles-- S. Hartford. O. Keown, 3. M. S, Patterson, Olaton, Ky. IJcaver Dam; a. P. Jones, Itoute 5, 4. B. h, Alford, Whlto Run, Ky. Hartford; W. C. Earn, llosino. Court o. Richard Plummcr, Taylor Mines, convenes first .Monday in February Kentucky, and continues three wraths : tfilrd Monday in April, two weeks; third .Monday In October two weeks. County Court It. 11. Weddlnc. . v. a. i ins icy, uerK; u. E. uuugvi Smith, Attorney, Hartford, Court hjb tvuicuva jionoay m each month. Quarterly Court Begins on the Attotiiey Law fourth Monday In February, May, August and November. ' HAJITFORD, Klfi Court of Clnlms Cohvfnrn first Tuesday in January and ilrst Tues-- . WUl praotlc hJk piWslon In U1I4 day in October. and adjoining counties. Commercial Other County Officers C. 8. Mox-le- and Criminal Practice a Speclulty. Surveyor, Fordsvlllo, Ky., It. F. D. No. 2; Bernard Felix, Assessor, Hartford, Ky., It. F, I). No. 2; Henry Leach, Superintendent, Hurt-forDr. A. li. llllcy, Coroner, Hartford; Law JUSTICES' COURTS. HARTFORD, KY. Combs, Hartford, Tuesday After 3rd Monday In March, Tuesday M.ia W, H. Biirms trait after 3rd Monday in June, Tuesday Smith annour.oe Uuit Ityey Hjvv C B. jnn- after 3rd Monday in September, Tues- a luiHn.dralJn fstr till . rt.nl day after 3rd Monday In December. John U. Miles, Kckport, Friday Uce of law, exetipt criminal ar i(1 ,jvx)r after 3rd Monday in March, Friday caaot, Mr. SmJUi bulng Cov rf Attur. nfter 3rd Monday in June, Friday ocgr is iwcmntod from vr fludb after 3rd Monday in September, Friday after grd Monday in De- ccae. Mr. UariMS W' lw,vIdakM, cember. MXtHI MKU JI4VtlWJt' liv OHkvu 0'Ji. Scot,, Cromwell, Wednesday- HflrtforU RtjrJl'Uty bulldlug, IlATtxftCr 3rd Monday in March, Wcd- tord, K-- 4 nesday after 3rd Mohday In JUnc, Wedctsday after 3rd Monday in September, Wednesday after "Jm .Mon day In December. D. John H, Miles, Rockpurt, Prlday after 3rd Monday J .March, Kricay . ....... lVl.l... Law o. . uiier uru suunuuy ' in juiiv, rriu) 'HARTFORD, KV. after 3rd Monday in September, Friday after 3rd Monday in December. ...Minttr M. vvjiii. .. .u. MUAvmi J. C. Jackson. f!nntcrtown. Snt. niauuJiiCiU urdn,v nfter 3rd NlondaV in 'March.! equipped, for handSaturday "after 3rd Monday In June, V This office is and. Collection Saturday after 3rd Monday in Son--, ling Commercial tember, Saturday after 3rd .MotJ'ay Items as well as other legal and litigated matters. Practice lu nil the , to Ddccuiber. M. C. Cook. Ronfrow, TueU af- - courts. Prompt and vigorous- service fer "2nd Monday in March. Ift.Hv hiltr 2nd Monday in May, Tuesday M. L. Heavrln's Office. after 3rd Monday In Auo't, Tuesday after 2nd Monday in rJbvaniber. Thomas Sanuera, 'Ohutfn, Wednesday after the !Bcorn4 Monday In March, Wednesday af ttr 2r'.d Monday ' cnor, President; Henry Plrtlo, retary; S. E. Bennett, Treasurer. C. G. Davenport, Warren county Ohio county officers L. B. Tlch Sec- T ."Ay, t lr ' - Otto C. Martin at y, d; Barnes & Attorneys at Smith f 5 j - .rxr If 1 A'VlUR at kirk: Attorney llnnn..n,,m.. - J. NEY FOSTER 'Notary PwMic Ohio Cantx "It53' Sl'canaWWoTma. ... "cl "''-. 7 f - -- na A ,, r., B. fioVltaoit a y pt - va-Th- he m -- 'l,jt re - gtihe1-to'ltha- s, JHb 0mmE WW Leaf-Beetl- wtSm ..... tt .. eitrsrLts .. ir'attaqe, -,- Bu . W;' oaa;Ht. day la Ncrvember. HARTFORB, MT. Grant PoHArd. Ford&vllle. TupriIbv Monday In March, Thurs All Matters Given Prompt Attennfter 2nd day after-ZiMonday in May, ThursPENSION AFFIDAVITS day 'after 3rd Monday in August, tion. Thursday after 2nd Monday in No- SPECIA11Y. vember. "T "I. Pntlnn Tinlnli Prl.lsv ,fta. h2tfd "'Monday In March, Friday after 2tld Jionday In May, Friday after 3rd Monday in August, Friday after 2nd Monday in November. I AM "HARTFORD POLICE COURT. C. M. Crowe, Judge; John B. WilTo do any kind of Veterinason, City Attorney; J. P. Stevens, ry work. Horses, mules and Marshal; Court convenes second Monday in each month. cows need not die for want of City Council J. H. Williams. MayCalls answered -.attention. .. P. Thomor: RT. Cfllllpar day or night. as, Treasurer. X. ot Council .i . Taylor, J. II. Robert Hoover, B. Carson, E. P. jre, Fred Cooper, W. J. Bean. Veterinary Surgean School Trustees Dr. E. B. PendleKy. ton, Chairman; W. H. Barnes, Secretary; Dr. J. W. Taylor, W. S. Tlnsley and J. D. Duke. RELIGIOUS SERVICES. M. E. Church, South Services morning and evening every first and third Sunday in each month. Sunday school 9:45 a. m. Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening. Rev. Saville, pastor. Baptist Church Services morning and evening every second and fourth Sunday in each month. Sunday school Succctd when everything elja faOa. 11:45 a. m. Prayer meeting every Wed In ntrvous prostration and female nesday evening. Rev. English, pastor weaknesses they are the Supreme Christian Church Services every remedy, as thousands have testified. fourth Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7. p. FOR KIDNEY.L1VERAND m. Sunday school 9:30 . m. Elder W. STOMACH TROUBLE B. Wright pastor. k is the best medicine ever sold Cumberland Presbyterian Church over a druggist's counter. Sunday school every Sunday at 9:45 a. ni. SECRET SOCIETIES. Hartford Lodge No. 675, F, and A. M. meets every first Monday night In each month. M. L. lieavrln, W. M.; Owen Hunter, Secretary. Hartford Chapter No. 84 O. E. S. meets every second and fourth Monbihtiti liinwiiifmriii day evenings. IVllss Anna J. I "Alton, SPEC1ALOFFER: W. M.; Jas. ,11. Willianis, W, B.; Maw.Ba.laMt. AtrUlKtU raMakB4oar venaanant enitAmar. WkkaToa Miss Elizabeth Miller, Secretary. rlTlr...f fatal .'MaU.k.lITUtflltilUt-- l I 'naa. 11 .-..Tivv"-"- IIIUII TuulaaL Rough River Lodge No. 110 Knights HIP VQBHf IfrtiP. 1 BBIinilH I UtkMt I PJH nvu. - wmiim Tin I i i uriwg'" ym 'IU rLKAIE. w of Pythias miedts every Tuesday 'even.fMUaB.nmAJll'KK.aV ing. W. F. Anderson, 'C. C; J. Ney Writ KfW. Httktlon thlt Paper. . & S. Foster, K. AlniAWmwwwwvww Hartford Tent No. 99. X. O. T. M. CND 10 CENTS meets every first and third Thursday Wm-Hnte MM Htii frwl nMw UU .vUtlU J nights. R. T. Collins, 'Commander; a Bwwiww pwMii,WMHfWltt mt Ud aaaiinai's.j J ui.i a;.L - i iiaaiii mmmmm'i i -- rwT7.TTT?.,T,""'rr jL. P. Foreman, Record Keei'or. WWftll NW Ht mm nJM fl 9m rinAin. J Acme Lodge No. 339 I. O. O. F. Li.;iMitN meets every 'second and 'fourth .Friday nights in caoh month. C. M. Bar-neNoble Grand; W. R. 'Hcdrlck. Secretary. Hartford Camp No. 202 W. O. W. meets every second J and ;foilrth Saturday nights In 'each 'tnonth.- - 'Leslie Bennett, Council 'Commander; W. C. Wallace, Glerk. Ladies! STe Money and Keep m Oa T. M., Sunshine Hive No. 43, Style by Retdia, McCtll'a meets every first and third Friday nights in eah .month. Mrs. Attye atafftaiM'itna Ut'wf McCall Patten Griffin, Lady Commander;) Mrs. Lula. II Ml Hill Pendletan'Lady 'Record .'Keeper. McCtlTiMiMriMwIll MCAtLS MACAIINC I.I'll) jou dtou Keystone ' Chapter No. 110, R. A. si a muilcino M., meet every third Saturday night i'Jltnsol7 kueiiitfB in each month. John T. Moore High ran posiod on ibo l.iicit fstlilons lu Prleaf W . Tlnalnv. 8Mretav. rlotliei and tiU. to. AMERICAN SOGIEW'OFlEQUT'Yi j IM'W runiou Uesigus National Officers President, Ira M., lu eacli luup. jm Viiluiibla Infonmiilooi J. caryst, Huason, wis.; v. presion tn iicum ud tier- - I dent, S. B. 'Robertson, Calh'oun, Ky.; fcuiml mtucrs. Oulr, Secretary Tress., H. 0. Tank, Wau-aawt u ji'ar. lurmuiuri a fri'Q I'nllaui. auhA Wis. JJ. H. 'Mt wia4Ww aawy riy, lunr t muU 'Mate MflcrBPrel-H4-t. iui irco t&upii cop Oonnell, Princeton, Ky.; "Vice President, J.H.lBurney, Muhlenberg. Co.;! Trens.,86. BRWerts6n,' Secretary bi"h "Mwd nu Calhoun. Ky.; Organiser, T. H. Bai-ud- n, cnla BouJ fur ftua I'm,.'.,, r,i.ii:r"w,r - '- -Hartford, Ky. "af Gh Tea Flat PtwiaU'rot rettloe' ' 'Merfebers ffitate 'Bteeutive Beardf-B- en KTlpliouaamong urlfiPii(H. Sni firfcSa Wataon, Webster 'county; J. 'W. ' kh Pn5 OITar. 122" MOWil(r,SIU24SWl37aSuMNK Cunn.' Daviess 'ceaity; 'Haary Plrtle. I.'!lay,'Hsrn'c4rBBi- county; Ohio' in May, WednesdaV-Xftein August, Wednnfcy r a-- d aft'r Monday 2nd Mon- PREPARED W. H. RIL.BY Hnrtford, Electric Bitters SEEDS' aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa, . " of-R- "muaxLi tt, l. atyl-Itli- ly u, !i.,i!L?Sutom.k.in;yqur -- hUy V '. J - OFawxwv i: ,Kf . mma i;- - --i ?w PWri W T .fcr. "BLIND LEADERS wwust1 FUGS IN WASHINGTON Housework. Jairudgeryf ber-iu- so wc-ik- ', llfWiVH .t:cj CflSTORIA For Infants and Children. OF THE BLIND" BANNERS OF ALL NATION8 TO BE SEEN THERE. Housework is drudgery for tho weak woman. Sue brushes, dusts snd terab, or is on her feet all day attending to the rrmny dc ills of the household, her Nck ecb-in- g, her temples throbbing, nerves quivering tinder tho t tress ol psin, possibly diny feelings. Sometimcsrest in bed Is not refreshing, the poor tired nerves d , permit o refreshing sleep. The real need of not nervous women is satisSetl by Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription, and as Mrs. Ilrifs and others testify : Tfiisi Words Apfiy to Pastor Russell and Others, He Says. At Legations of Civilized Nstlons, and Perhaps Soma Others Distinguished Persons Always Com Ing and Going. It Makes Weak Women Strong and Sick Women Wed. Thlm " Prescription removes Me naaao lisals Inflammation av.a olecranon. It of women's weaknesses, trnmjulllzes taa nerves. encouraiea the appetite ana Induces restful sleep. bis lSbttlc-wrappc- The Kind You Have ALCOHOL 3 ppii n.L' Always Bought slm! alto itaFoodantiiM ImgiJicSioniaclBandBmvJj Bears the Signature - r Hi ft ness and Rtrstrom.iin PtOmolCsDi&slionTtfrrfiJnm'rw of F In Ophmi.Morphmc rorMiaaal. Not Narcotic. JtavestOtlDcSltoWmm JkMtWl-AwtStrJ DUtiiUuZh (TWWJlas-- . tittjrriinmr. - vr am Aprrfecl Remedy forCoiKfifttnon sour sionucn.uiamiKi Worms jConvu!sionj.Fetrish Use For Over ness&nJLossorSuE?. FacSinilr Sijnaraff of i NEW YOHK. 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Postal brings premium dialogue I and new cash prlie offers. Address CKcOUC8.teW.7taSL.NlW TOM KONBEaFlf. INBUCEMENTS I FaV". UH.rntnnatUATaUlttta WUa raoneyrerunaw. j-, r Fa.. t. a d Maw I! a.i-- a Ktrcia4L .. III mi miirvwivPllliBS5tJaeEDa BULBS OFFER' BsialmMaV D lr vciil . fHinn 0Ot 0 W SoBTMlr w.i in -- r ") k.i4 .. . CoUectioas L,i.i crars. i.k ,.. -- I iiuin WOull UAIIASTai jIZ srrwio-- ' r. .;r.- KnTrreTTSSSt " " "i -- - ..v....: ju. itu OfJOUX " muun. s hj Im -r-m.-,- luiila -r'- aLiilai .,,jti. 1 1 - rKTiJtoiVn to ouala v trad, m matraHJefttltitnl. Pnetlet PitHt ui MfrUcimant Writ, or come to us at Tit Bkaa snea.aaar osuwa iBfABtsassBiaiors. Exclurivaly. l.. w. ...... lmlT.TTTL..iM mt .allBMM. MMN Smms a saoawaBT?"". &...iiktkL.(ji.i.a .im '. - VJI. Jk. sai mm ami 4 . ism aanran . w Er"" 1 '' LH.. lWClwl S0CO0.att. fitiH07, AK 9sMrcet trf7tn 'POSITIONS' tPLENTIFUb x Tit? W ... J3wn4 Green, Ji '?H!Cfr. itoffr ?tt4MariVF'A 2. O tfmJJ Ministers Have Deceived the People Respecting ths Bible Teaching The pcoplo of Washington probably But They Were Themselves Deceived, are better acquainted with the (lags of nations Henc. Not Wilfully Guilty The dwellors In any Duty of the Hour I to Undeceive the, other American Publio and to Renftov th Slander city. Tbe legations From God's Character Courage Neo- of all civilized naOtherwise Many Will Fall eary tions are here, ffffiirA Into the Ditch of Unbelief The Edu and then perhaps Mas. rrnroos. cated Are There Already. some others. Dispertinguished London. August sons or person10. Pastor litis-seages are always tassaaaaaaataWat H TjBf :H nddrosied tbo coming and going al aaVAHJaKTv London TabernaIn the capital ot isxtaaVirK Pf afl cle congregation the United Statei twice today. We and courtesy calls Ills report disfor the display ol course from tbe many different text, "If tbe blind Hags. The leading hotels keep flags lend the lillud, of all nations and they make frequent botlTsliall fall Into display of flags representative ot natbe ditch." Mat- tions that were, before their absorpthew 15:14. tion or extinction. Prompt Attention and Good Service. And this brings to mind tbat In the K The Pastor said: How stupidly nags of all nations which may be seen TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, blind we have all been respecting our In Washington red Is the most usual Father's words! We have believed color. You will see It In nineteen nahuman traditions, and neglected tbe tional standards. You will see blue In Scriptures, intll tbe Church as a the emblems of the United States, whole has become thoroughly puzzled Ittusia, France, Great Britain, Holrespecting everything religious. All land, Kquador, Sweden, Chile, Portuare out of the way of Truth, lost In gal, Venezuela and Cuba. Yellow apthe fog of human superstition and er- pears in the flags of Austria, Spain. ror, misled, as St. I'm ill foretold, by ItalKlum, Brazil, Persia, Sweden, "doctrines of demons." 1 Timothy 4:1. tfgypt, China and Venezuela. The yel- Thk Republican and Louisville Herald I1.3E Tbe duty of the hour Is to get back lowest flag is, ot course, the United obInto harmony with God, and to Stales quarantine flag. Black Is to be The Republican and CourierrJpurnal 1.60 tain true light ui)a His Word. As seen in the flags of Germany, Belgium the Master predicted, tbe whole world and China. The ensign ot Samoa has The Reptblican and St. Louis Globe-Democr- at 1.75 has been Intoxicated with the false doc- or had black in It. Green appears in trines which Satan gradually introduc- the flags ot Brazil, Bolivia, Mexico, The Republican and Home and Farm 1.50 ed during tbe Dark Ages. Rev. 17:2. Italy and Persia. The merchant flag Like drunken people, said the Pastor, of Bulgaria has green In It and so, too, The Republican and Inquirer 1.75 we confused good and bad. In one has tbe merchant flag of Austria-Hungarbreath, we told of tbe Love of God. 3.50 The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald In another, we painted this God of The flags that are all red are the enLove as deliberately arranging, before signs of Morocco and of Zanzibar and The xtEPUBucAH 3.50 'and. Lauy uwensDoro inquirer creating humanity, that billions should tbe merchant flag of Tunis. There is be born In sin, misshapen In Iniquity; a larger ratio nf red In the imperial The Republican and Twice-a-Wee- k O'bbro Messenger 1.75 and that after a few short years full flag of Japan, the ms!gn7of Switzer' tbe of trouble the vast majority should be land, the ensign of Turkey and Republican and Kentucky Farmer 1.75 demons, to be merchant flag of Great Britain than In The turned over to tortured throughout eternity. flags of other Important nations. the The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine... 1.30 The flag with the largest ratio of Satan's Great Success. The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer. ..., 1.50 Pastor Russell reminded his bearers white is fh.lt of Kquador. in that tbe Muster styled Satan tbe fa- to It Is appropriateflag this connection recall that the of the Confeder- The Republican and Weekly Inter Oceanand Farmer $1.50 ther of lies. Satan's first great lie misled and murdered our first parents ated American colonies was a field of by inducing Mother Eve to disbelieve red with a red cross ot St. George on God's words, "In tbe day that tbou a white ground in the upper staff core.itcst thereof, tbou sbalt surely die." ner, the Bunker Hill American flag wasa Satan contradicted tbe Almighty, say- debrge blue field with a red cross ot St. on a white ground in theup-perVta- ff ing, "Ye shall not surely, die" cannot corner, th'e"RattIesnake'i9ag die, ye are immortal. Satan has Impressed this falsehood was ayellow field with a colled snake upon the whole world. Wbile In ful- In black in tbe center, and the Ameri. filment of God's word people die. Sa- can Appeal to Reason flag was a white " field wit,h a green pine tree in tbe midtheotan has brought in tbe deceptive dle. ry that they have merely gone elsewhere to live. Thus, contrary to all Scripture, man- STANLEY'S WAY TO CONGRESS kind have come to believe tbat at death the saintly go to Heaven, and Traveled on Steamboat aa Long as all others go either to Hell or PurgaHeads Funda Lasted and Then statetory. Tbe plain, common-sens- e Got Off. ment of tbe Bible Is Ignored tbat all, Bill Heads good and bad, old and young, go to Representative A. O. Stanley of KenBiSbeol, Hades, tbe tomb. Thus tbe , tucky was once a school teacher In ble teaching that Jesus' redemptive the mountains of his native state. The work assures all a resurrection from employment was not entirely satisfactbe dead Is made void by Satan's lie. . tory to the young man and accordingly Immortality In Christ. one day he decided to go out and sea Tbe Pastor then demonstrated con- tbo world. clusively from Scripture.tbat immortalBoarding a steamboat, he went diity Is a hope, not a possession. Man rect to the captain and handed hlra was not created immortal; but tbe life what funds he bad In bis possession. given And given bim was conditional upon his He told the captain to let him stay obedience to bis Creator's commands. aboard until his money waa used up This is Indicated by God's threat tbat and then put htm off. disobedience would bring death cesReaching the town of Henderson, sation of life. St Paul's argument is tbe captain went up to young Stanley that positive assurance of eterlastlng and announced that this was his getlight was not given until Christ ting off placs. "brought immortality and life to light "Your money's all gone," he said. through the Gospel." 2 Timothy 1:10. right, captain," replied the "All Immortality Is a quality of life thus youthful Kentuckian with spirit "I'll fur possessed by Jehovah God and by get my lugguge and go ashore. I um His Son, our Lord Jesus Christ. The going to get ready to go to congress hope of tbe Church Is to attain tbe from here." promised "glory, honor nnd immortalTen years later Stanley presented ity" In tbe First Resurrection. The his credentials to tbe speaker of tbe world Is that of house ot representatives, as a memhope for the eterlastiug life, tbe same as tbat giv- ber ot congress from Henderson, Ky. en to tbe angels to all of mankind who will, during tbe Millennial Age. Declined With Thanks. come Into barmouy with the Messianic A southern admirer of President Kingdom. Those who, after fullest op. portunlty for recovery from sin and Wilson wants to present htm with a death conditions, will not render obe- live alligator. He wrote to inquire If dience to the Divine arrangement, will the president would accept the aau-ralTbe White House Is thanking be everlastingly destroyed. I decided t This Bible presentation of tbe mat- Its good fortune that he did not send Msjorky f Frieads Tk.gkt Mr. taking other medicines. ter tbat God's proposition Is life or the alligator first and write aftertake his advice, although I did not havo death we are beginning to see is most wards. He closed his letter with the Hfke Weald Die, Bet any confidence in it. reasonable, most logical, said Pastor phrase "awaiting your reply most Russell, Furthermore. His proposition anxiously." Precisely what he means 1 have now been taking Om HcW Hi to Is that when His Plan shall have been Is ' not known, but bis anxiety over having a live alligator off his hands completed, none sbajl have life who for three months, and it has cured me Kecsvery. wfil uot have It in perfection, ne de- can be no greater than that of the haven't had those awful sick headaches sires not mental, moral and physical White House at thy prospect Tbo raw materials for pocketbooks and degenerates In His Kingdom. since I began using it, As a result of tbe permission of sin traveling bags was declined wits I am so thankful for what Black-DrauPomeroyton, Ky. In iateresting ad and death, God's Wisdom, Justice, thanks. Power-wIbe rnqrer clearly Love and has doae for me." vices from this place, Mr. A. J. Hughes men: Until Ambassador's Typewriter. seen by- - both! ankwarran has been Thedford's was down with we realised IM'Atiitel.te Jmtlco of There Is a sew piece pf furniture st writes as follows: "I God In allowing our race to go down the Geraaa embassy in tbe shape of stomach trouble for five (5) years, aad found a very valuable medicine for deInto death .and In sending His Son to Baroa Marschall ,voa ' Bleberstein's would have sick headache so bad, at rangements of the stomach aad liver. It typewfitetV die for us, giving tbe redemption-pric- e of Adam's sin, we could not see tbe It Is a secret typewriter, too, with times, that I thought surely I would die. jto composed of pure, vegetable herbs, depths of Divine Wisdom, and Love. a type that la different from all others ' 1 tried diHsreat treatmeats, but they contains ho dangerous ingredients, aad Tbe resurrection will be a stupen- ta the world. It Is locked up la ths, ambassador's desk, oaly to be brought dous expression of Dlyine Power. Resacts gtBtly, yet surely. It caa be freely did not seem to do me any good. urrection Involves uo absurdities, si out whea there Is coafideatlal aad lav 1 got so bad, I could not oat or sleep, used by youag aad old, aad should b Scrtpturally seen. The Bible proposes portaatr cipher correspoadeacs to be' for both Church and world a resur-recit- typed, says the London Express. I la every family chest Then the ambassador sits down sad and. ajt my fri'sads, except; oae, thought kept of tbe soul, the being. But to " aim-sel- f, Oetapackage today. would 4te. He advised me to try each clas. as St Paul declares. "God types with. ths secret typewriter a'oc ere eatrustlag the messages fives a bed as It hats pleased Him." Osly a quarter. m aad ty TbssiM'a. 'Btack-Drsugto hlsyr)rate secretary. JUV-uhlngte- than Dr. Pierce is perfectly willing to let everyone know what '' Favorite Prescription " contains, a complete list of r. on tho Do not let any druggist persuade you that his unknown composition is "just at good' in order that ho may make a Iig4cr profit. Mits. Tin zn.T. Unrons, of K St.DoIpbon, Ohio, writes: "Having taken your ' Tavorlto Proscription, Icr a ban com of intestinal dfroipo nnd constipation wlfJi woman's ills, for which 1 won almost uuablo to do any- -f liuiK, I think I am sifo In paying that thcro nro no remedlci In tho world llko Dr. Plercn'n Fnvorlto Proscription and 'Pnrltylmf Lotion TablotV I am now enjoying tho bostot rind thank Dr. Plerro for h's wondsrful raodlclaoi health, which li.ivo dono no n world ot cooj." Dr. Picr- -' Ptcii'nnt Poilcts rcftula'.o livsr and bowels. ll JAMES & CO-- , First Class Centertown, L,iveryi-net- i Kentucky. OUR CLUBBING RATES, Twice-a-WeekOwensb- fire-pro- Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN. YOUR Letter Noteheads Envelopes Cards i t Statements other printed forms are 1 Special Attenton In The Republican Job Department. non-ele- STOMACH TROUBLE FOR FIVE YEARS n. Black-Draug- ht ght H Black-Draug- ht 1 '. b .. s 4t SALVER IS STORED E7FVtCE8 UP GRASS GROWING IN STREET TREAT POTATOES FOR SCAB AgricalturalExteision. Calves raised upon skimmed' milk can dcvcolp Into first class dairy cows. On hundreds of farms, BUImmed milk constitutes tho main portion of tho feed of the young calf and such calves niako as good cows aA thoso receiving whola milk. It costs a great deal loss to ralso a calf on skimmed milk than on wholo milk. Uy this plan the cream can bo sold and niado Into butter and the proceeds added to tho farm In- 1 SHIPS CAME FROM BATTLENOW RETIRED. Looked at From Distance Thorough- Corrosive Sublimate Solution and Bordeaux Mixture Applied to Seed fare Presents Picture of Uray Cava Excellent Results. . and Green. A grass-grow- n mnimm f Washington, but there is ono,andtht close upon the wholesale food disBig Problem for tributing part of the city. There mar of Sets G)cUJ of Navy Department be other, streets of this character In the capital, but they must be In the JEach Year Lengthens List of far outlying parts of the great town, Retired Vessels. unless there be grass growing bei?roWem that Is confronting the tween the rock paving of some ot the ofErsals of the navy department Is the hill streets of Georgetown from Water the proper disposi street north to M street, where tho tion of the valu- grade Is too heavy for general vehicle able? presentation traffic and in some cases too heavy for silver services traffic at all. Hut that street or tho part of the that have been taken from the old street which verdure claims Is B the street west between 12th and 11th. of vessels navy as they have This broad street leads along the been ordered out north face of the agricultural and of commission. As Smithsonian grounds. From 12th to each year length- 10th streets the broad way passes beens the list of re- tween the rich, grassy grounds of the tired vessels, the Smithsonian Institution and the whitened with oyster Bhells. amount of treasure that the gov- that Is called the haymarket. but ernment finds on where countrymen sell from their its hands increases wagons many other things than bay .nrvsrilly. and there is now stored away The north half of I) street Is paved t3iosBB3nds of' dollars of this silver for with pale, yellowish, vitrified brick and the south half Is roughly pavsd Y! no use has been devised. 2s5UcaJly every battleship in the with gneiss rock, not blocks, hut large, TOriUari states navy carries its silver Irregular pieces ot stone laid someHTOftented by the citizens or the thing after the fashion of cobble, or It Is hard and.ouud pavej UVnraBatwre ofHhe state, for which it rubble. vsaassajned. These sets range In value ment, but very uneven to pcrwns who have the habit of thinking In terms $5,000 to $25,000 and contain 3rom 100 to 200 pieces. Many asphalt. It Is In the Interstices of this iaf. rtfcc ships of smaller class, such as rock that the grass grows, one Is alu&e cruisers and torpedo destroyers, most Inclined to say luxuitantly "wtfidh tare been named for cities or grows. Certainly it rankly grows. y The line of big and graceful elms StoaGsiaaals, also have their silver sets and the total value that stand along the north line of the .oTnOl nidi silver ware in the navy is Smithsonian grounds stretch their OTPwimore than a halt million dollars. sweeping branches over the tall iron JliaUssg as the ship is in commission fence that bounds the park, over the brick sidewalk and out over the Y&tK ;aneBntatlon set is carried in , wagons ocstreet. No where taas!aee (m the officers' mess, by the cupy that side of Bfarmers' though they street, en ta 3wj)t under lock and key tsaaahx. OaW on rare occasions. do do back against the. north curb. That and fillgreed pleces'deck" the fls'ttie reason the grass Is growing on dltrmff stable, and form an elaborate the south side. Looked at from a lit tto distance that side of the street viMKtfeC .tor the banquets of state. presents a picture of gray and greea Qattr J one way has the that has become unusual in Washingoutlet for all the its storage books. In many ton. : same, when a new shlp.Js constructed dnai Stars the same name as , did a 0YSTEH SHELLS AND PLANTS :(jrScemor, the old presentation set Gcrittacedtm the new vessel and a new Department of Agriculture Gives Demgnmiir on life Is given it' In more modonstration In Floriculture In ern! taarroundlngs. One or two of the Front of Building. aiwwst whips of the navy are carrying wf this kind. The department ot agriculture is ednejDlan that has been Indicated. for giving a demonstration ot the use ot sets is oyster shells as. aids to vegetations es rtttctti9po6ltlen ot these unused rntrat latey should be placed on exhlbl-trtv- pecially to floriculture. In the plant "in .one ot the national museums. beds at the north front of the old red vSerfiw, the navy department has taken brick administration building. There TBjzium on this plan. Only the silver. Is the main flower garden of the dewaDe umeseotod to the old battleship partment. The department maintains Dfcsroe, 'that was taken from the mud hothouses along the north B street nC ninraua harbor and carefully clean--4?ra- a front of the grounds, but in the small econred, has been placed on lot separated from the main north urttw. 'at forms one of the interesting grounds by the brownstone wall and iriSsr o7 the vessel in the war, state the brown-painteiron fence each In Washington. panel post topped by an urn Is the SKsst Talaable of all the service chief spring, summer and autumn florvJlenixre .hetag carried by the ships of al display. There is where one sees rcto Esavy ?s that of the battleship beds of tullDS. hyacinths, narcissi, cro- awawiww.. mis service was pur- - CUBe8 vlolets and pan8ies in the H wtta aa appropriation by the nrinr anit the, iiiioliis. iVaHjuiwua , aiaie legislature, ana phlox, scarlet sage and masses of othgovernor. It cost er brilliant? plants In summer.' 'xmamiaa fry the VSSStJW aad consists of 250 pieces, On the south side ot the north balustsandlesticks, candelabras" and trade that is, on the side nearest the The Louisiana department building Is a long, nar.serrloe that cost the cltltehs row bed of pansles, bordered along ufftteat .state $16,000; the school the edge of the asphalt walk with residents ot Utah presented green turf. The plants have not yet sm tB veeael of that a $10,000 set of grown so as to shade the land, .juartktat Includes a centerpiece cost-'a5p- dark, almost black, and rich and the soil Is tm candelabras costing $970 thickly sprinkled with the white frag. wt candlesticks costing $270; ments of oyster shells. The shells cataste Khe Georgia, the Delaware, the have not been ground, but merely brorwiHwwiiippl andva number ot other bat-- t ken, generally into small bits; but dmafeqsn 'have services ot equal value. here and there one sees a shell that TSfyaUleshJp Indiana, for which the has not been broken. In the diamond-shape- d at Indiana, through the leglsla-rm- r, Vs-n-e beds, the squares, the ovals Krrcbaaedan '(expensive silver and the clrcles-th- e condition. Is the. .r-tfe3hi now held on the reserve list, same oyster shells mingled with the -years rich earth. In the two flower circles win within the next few &: vKpjpUaced by a new and more In the uower lawn, north of the balusot war. Some months ago trade and Inside of the r Kitare wau talk of using the battleship driveway, one also sees the white purposes, but the idea was gleam of oyster shells In the dark r.t'bxr'&xn-e- t iiitrsMorwd, for the time being at least. earth. Pto--- a Vong time the Indiana has been 'Crro-!- . the wavy yard at Philadelphia, Great American Hen. aihe is at this time being made nxtmi-f- ii Secretary of State William J. Bryan vr,a&ty Hot service again. has been more successful with the American hen than he has with the Increase for Indians. dove ot peace. of the Interior Lane has While trying to get the dove of an order,. ,whch becomes ef-- peace to fly, to Japan he received an f'wrivx. July I, providing that all In- order from Uruguay for six Hundred wiiau funds on deposit to the credit of "laying American hens." Uruguay BMirratendentB of the various agen- - would Improve the native stock by ffcat hitherto have not drawn In- - bringing about a cross on the Ameri'"wrvtst abull be placed upon an Inter- - can fowl. basis at the same rate frntaa-luThe hens, the state department an'liud. ".prevails In the localities where nounced today, are on the way. They '. tft! iBuaney Is deposited. will be delivered to the Uruguayan eotimated that these accounts experimental poultry stations. Alfonso let .aoproxlmate $1,000,000, and the order Burke, an American, has been appointrot: Secretary Lane will Increase the ed chief poulter for Uruguay. incuoe ot the Individual Indians $30,- - Secretary Bryan thinks that he will H4 per year .cm, a.JbjuilB ot three per-- ultimately .plant' the dove in Japan. tifaK per aiQujn. The order is baaed i tin-o- n an investigation conducted by Steuben Sword Lost. Xivm It. .Uenton, supervisor of Indian xf?utllo efforts have been made by by the Joint congressional committee oa Tsuds, and has beon recommended Justing Commissioner of Indian Af-- printing to locate the sword viUlrs F. H. Abbott. which was presented to MaJ. Oen. Baron Steuben by the United States on April 16, 1784. The' committee wishes Strange Indian Names, the history of Um ."Uew und strange Indian names coo- - to incorporate Msaially are being added to the govern- - weapon in a pamphlet which will ay rolls. Tbe'treasury depart- - shortly be issued, dealing with the ot the statue to the baron la recently sent warrants' drawn to 'tkc rder ot the following allottees of Layfette park. Records show that at his death the 7iAda in the west: Mary Full Stotn- jwda, Jahn Brings Home the Baby, ' baron bequeathed the sword, oae of Foot, Kettle Woman, rare value ana neauiy. w ais aiae. c florge Circle . &ms Howling Horse, She Paint Her j Benjamin Walker, who la tura left It i Stooea. Helen Crowa, Like Water and to bis daughter. Miss Walker married aa offlcer In the French army, and la t Edward Useful Heart. Indian nomenclature has full play supposed to have taken the blade to ,m this pay roll, the most Interesting France, where all trace ot It has hses) rife the Dies of the government. street Is a rarity la Pma1 .. Jb ban-plaz- At a German experiment station, experiments with potato scab have been carried on for two years. solution ot Corrosive sublimate 0.05 per cent., and Bordeaux mixture of two per cent., both applied to tho seed potatoes for ltt hours, gave excellent and about equal results in tho prevention of scab, as was also the case with Bordeaux mixture of two per cent, applied to two lots for three and fourteen hours, respectively, and with two lots treated with four kg. per acre (366 pounds per acre) of sulphur mixed with the soil, one lot having been also thoroughly rubbed with sulphur before planting. A peat mold dressing of ,35 cm. depth appeared to give some protection against the development of scab, while a sand dressing of the same depth afforded none. On both tho plats treated with soil dressing tho next year's crops were found to be healthy. mma 76 come 6Q3 IWEAREUP WITH THE TfMFX"WE "Will Givf. ls&Yfl A PFrFDTinN AX JWARt A THIS WARM id any-vate- compll-jramtar- rock-pave- d ilftK-itaurt- govern-KiHt3tnma-a- jtwts d -- .,. car-t-nrtt- B t, semi-circula- 'fc . g Calves do well on skimmed milk whether skimmed by hand or with a cream separator, but skimmed milk from the separator has the ndvan-tug- o of being fresh and warm and sweet when fed. Where as many as three or four cows nro milked regularly, a separator will prove a paving proposition. It saves a great deal of time and labor In sotting the milk away for the cream to rise and In cleaning milk vessels. Feeding skimmed milk develops a large stomach In the calf. This is exceedingly desirable because, after KILL OUT CANADA THISTLES a big utter, tho most valuable point In a cow Is a large capacious paunch Most Practical Way of Getting Rid In which 'she may store her feed. of Patch Is to Cut Off All Leaves Every great milk cow without excepBelow Surface. tion has a large barrel. The calf may bo allowed to remain In response to a' query as to the best way of getting rid 'of a patch ot with Its mother for five or six dajfl, Canada thistles the Wallace's Farmer at which time the milk is usually fit to bo saved. It should then be taken makes the following reply: Anything which keeps Canada this- away from the cow and If possible tle leaves from getting to the sun- out of her sight and hearing. light for two or three months during During tho first week after removal the growing season will give them a from Its mother. It should receive and in some cases severe about' nine pound of milk a day, dikill them. Putting a heavy coating of prestraw on the patch has In some cases vided Into two or three feeds, proved successful, but in other cases ferably Into three. After this, skimthe straw has become disarranged med milk begin gradually to replace and the thistles have grown up the wholo milk so that by the time the calf Is three weeks old it Is getw ting skimmed milk only, the quantity varying from 12 to 18 pounds a day according to the sbjtjsid thrlfttlness of the calf. A tedfjflfcmful of blood tlour added to each feed of sklmnieu milk adds to Its feeding value and prevents scours. The skimmed milk should always be fed warm, 98 to 100 degrees or blood heat being about right. Tho bucket from which the call Is fed should be washed and scalded after each feeding. The use "bf filthy slop buckets and unclean and sour milk will surely result in unthrifty calves and In a great deal of trouble scours. iwlth three or four weoks the calf will begin to eat bran and shelled corn, and will 'nibble at hay. A of these materials small amount should therefore be provided. Good clean clover or alfalfa hay 'gives the best results. Care should be taken Canada Thistle. not to give too much grain. A safe Really, the most practical rule Is to gle a little less than the through It. way of getting rid ot a small patch ot calf will clean up. Canada thistles Is to go over It every At tho age of ten to twelve woeks. week and cut off all leaves below the It a good pasture is available, the surface of the ground. If a conscienwill be able to get a living from tious Job of this Is done for the sum- calf grass. When this is the case the mer, ..will not bother much the next year, although it Is best to skimmed milk may be withdrawn. keep an eye open for them and cut Care should bo taken at this time them off regularly. A careful Job to avoid stunting the calf and enough must be done, for If the leaves are grain should be given to keep It in allowed to' grow very long In the sun a thrifty growing condition, but not shine enough energy will be stored up fat. la the roots to hold the pest over for Teaching the calf to drink out of a considerable length of time. a bucket requires a little patience. TO KILL TENT CATERPILLARS Gently back tho calf Into a corner of the stall, stand astride jbhe youngster, Single Spray of Arsenate of Lead wet the fingers In ho milk and let the calf get a taste of hto milk. Then When Insects Are Observed gently lower the hand Into the pall, Would Stop Depredations. the calf meanwhile sucking tho fingi If a grower 'ls 'spraying his fruit ers. Allow It to continue sucking trees faithfully with arsenate of lead the hand and It will meanwhile be from tent caterpillars, or the tents may be crushed with the gloved hand, sucking or drinking tho milk. Then when they can be reached, at a time gently remove tho hand and the calf when the caterpillars are Inside; or will continue to drink the milk. burned by a torch on the end of a pole, Sometimes it is necessary to allow twisted out of their place by means of the calf to go 24 hours without food a wire brush, attached, to the end of a before it will allow Itself to be fed long pole. These remedies are effect- from the bucket. ual only when the caterpillars are In Teaching the calf to eat grain may their tents, early In the morning, or be accomplished by daubing a little A single In stormy wet weather. has finished spraying of arsenate of lead, when bran on the nose after It prob- drinking its milk. In licking this off caterpillars are observed, would It will learn to eat the feed, a small ably stop their depredations. The forest tent caterpillars can, be quantity of which should too placed destroyed when they collect In bunch- before It. It will learn to eat hay es on the trunks of trees. Prune off without any special encouragement. and destroy the twigs holding the W. D. NICHOLLS, eggs. Assistant Prof. Dairying. set-bacthe-thistl- CEOUVETD WOMmrtil mSmtiOOl) VALUES WILL MAKE! YOUHAPPr AND iWlLLOUR, HATS DON'T WEAR. 'JJlJT ANY OLD THING" ON YOIH HEAD, BECAUJE YOIR. HEAD 3 THE FIR.JT THING PEOPLE SEE WHEN YOU MEET THEM; BUT COME IN AND LET VS TOP YOU OFF WITH ONE OF OUR. NIFTY NEW COME EARLY LIDJ. LEAD THE FAJH ION DON'T FOLLOW IT. WHEN YOU ARE LOOKING ATTHE 0OAFbRTABLE. SO HAT, YOU WILL JEE EVERYTHING ELJE YOU NEED FOR YoURJELF AND THE WHOLE FAMILY. CARSON & CO. INCORPORATED. 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In say o(the horse" markets ot the country, yet the mares ,ks.pt oa the ordinary farms are,usualjr,lght-- , er thaa that. This accounU for the. small, scrubby 1st ot horses that are constantly being put oa the market at a loss to ths breeder. i Activities of Women rs There are over 610,000 women In England. Of the 160,000 teachers In Germany only 29,000 are women. Women In Cleveland are being askcrusade. ed to join an In. the Detroit Girl coremakers fpijndrles 'earn from ,11)50 aad $2.00 a day. , Farrar, ,the .opera singer, , ,'Geraldlne, earned $85,000 during the- past season, Mayor Rushlight, ot Portland, Ore., has named a woman as his private secretary. In the United States there are women Journalists and 7,395 women clergymen. All but one off the women .who ran for office at the recent election In Cojordo were elected. During the past year there were 283.195 marriages, 372,267 births and 486,967 deaths la England. Seventy-fou- r women la Kansas are dres:-makeantl-Morm2,-1- , ! u. Cars of twins. Two things walea should ha avoided with swlas la sold weather are, Srst, do not 1st them slssp la or upe heating maaars, hsoaaas they heeems warm aad thaa rash lata ta cold sir, frequently ooatraetlag golds, eoaghs or severe palmoaary dtsssaas that are sometime fatal; seeoad, hsd thssa wsH la dry qaartsrs what thsrs Is a draft of air bssnriac asraaa To take plenty of active eerclao. holding public office to which the To be a helpmate to her husband. yotes ot men elected them. Tho highest average salary paid' To keep clear of trashy literature. To be light hearted flat footed. women teachers Is In California, .where To be a womanly woman under all they receive $918 a year. In England there are more worn on circumstances. workers In proportion to population I ' 111 health Is duo than In any other country in the A vast amount ot to impaired digestion. When tho world. function.-- ! Of a total population ot over a mil- stomach falls to perform its properly tho wholo system becomen lion and a half In Philadelphia, there deranged. A few doses of Chamber- IRA AAfl urAtriAn amnlnva1 nA - Th.oy Table a u. nWomen spend 90 per cent of' ten'.!!?'8 will strengthen your digestion. In billion dollars annually in the United vigorate your liver, and regulate your States for food, clothing and shelter. bowels, entirely doing away with woIt Is figured that the average that mlserablo feeling duo to faulty man spends 242 days gazing Into the digestion. Try It. Many others havo 16 and mirror between tho ages ot been permanently cured why not ' seventy. , nr. you? For salo by all dealers. The City Comlssloners of Topeka, Kan., will soon appoint two women Notice to Water Users. as members of the police force In Persons who have, hydrants munt that city. not attach hose and leave wutor running oyej night, and they are not allowed to ifie same to water gardens. FOR FLETCHER'S Wo want everybody to have plenty of water, and It Is not fair to thoso living at end or near end of plpo A Girl's Education. line to be shut oft from the water An Australian Journal says a girl's by the constnt waste between thorn education Is most Incomplete unlass and the tank. Unless persons atshe has learned tend to their hydrants and keep them To sew. closed over night, we shall be comTo cook. pelled to shut water off wherever To mend.: . Respectfully, this Is neglected. J To be, gentle. Keatucky Light & Power Co. i To value tune.. .r Shocking sounds. To dresVa'eatlyiHtVviitA-'J'''- ' In the earth are sometimes heard beTo avoid Idleness. , . ' .' fore a terrible earthquake, that warn To keep a secret. of the coming peril. Nature's warn- To be Ings are kind. That dull pain or ache To darn stockings. in back warns you the Kidneys need To respect old age. attention it you would escape thoso To make good bread: dangerous maladies. Take Electric To keep a house tidy. Bitters at once and see backache To make.'hoHje happy. fly and all your best feelings return. To be above gossiping. "My son received great benefit from To control her "temper. their use (or kidney "and bladder To take care ot the sick. trouble' writse Peter Bondy, South To take care of the baby. Rockwood, Mich., "it Is certainly a To sweep downcobVebs. great kidney medicine." Try It, CO To marry a man for his worth. cents at all druggists. taa. To read the very best books. I I Children Cry CASTORI A v self-relia- k