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The Hartford republican: August 29, 1913 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1913 hao1913082901_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: August 29, 1913 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1913 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. s , ' 7vr. SI) Fine Job Work. VOL. XXVI. mttfow DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS Republican. Subscription $1 per Year No. 7 THRIVES IS PHILIPPINES OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, AUGUST 29, 1913. A 14 l 1. y ! market learned by telephone that foana are security by U. S. bonds DYNAMITE FOUND cotton had gone up In price $1.00 SLAVERY KENTUCKY 65 AGED AMERICANS ESCAPE and other notes taken at front per bale. The farmer on the bad rood to 75 per cent of their face values j hauled ono bale of cotton whclh was The upon the amount received. IN OFFICE all ho could got over that road. The IS DEAD 2 per cent Interest MEXICANBRIGANDS bank Is to other farmer on the good road was In three eu.ua! payand to pay back able to haul 4 bales. The man on the ments, tho last one, to be made by good road gained $4 by the rise In Secretary March. tho first of Z. Morrow Passes Charge ready For Explos- price, while his neighbor on the bad Human Beings are Bought Bays ho thinks by giving this Judge T. Thirty-Fou- r Refugees Arroad gained on'y $1.00. A farmer In money to the national banks of the and Sold. ion is Found by Citizen. Sullivan County, Tennessee, had 100 Home of Son. use it In Away At largo cities they will rive ,at New Orleans. bushels of Irish potatoes which he good faith and In a good cause, and intended to market during the winter. not for Investments for speculators. Owing to bad roads, he was unable, Courts and Assemblies Refuse to Already Baltimore, Md., Richmond. Ofto haul the potatoes at, all. They Homes Are Looted, Women Mis- Ba., Atlanta, Oa., and Memphis, Stumped State For Abraham Remained Undisturkfd While 4 Give Any Aid Says Deaa rotted in the cellar. In the meantime, allow-men- ts Tenn., havo received their ficers Handled Crowd-Threa- ts Lincoln and Was Long treated and Men the price fo potatoes at a market point ot and the apportionment Worchester. went as high as $1.40 per bushel. Made in Letters. On Bench. funds has been completed and It Tortured. From Weekly News Letter to crop Is stated unofficially that Chicago correspondents from the U. S. Dept:' should receive the largest share, It Washington, August 26. Slavery la ot Agriculture. being considered the most Import21. A deadly New York, Aug. Somerset, Ky., August 25. Judge, the full meaning of the word exists La., August 23. BeNew Orleans, reserve city In the agricultur- Thomas Z. Morrow dieed at tho home charge of dynamite three whole throughout the Philippines, evea i Bride 15 And Groom 60. coming unwUIIng to submit longer ant states. al ilhe city of Manila, and pTuHBge fa of his son, W. Boyd Morrow, this sticks and two halves with a brigandage anU to Indiscriminate Hickman, Ky., August 25. W. T. morning alter an illness of several fuse and detonator was discovered general ln the Islands, according to thirty-fou- r Americana and two Miss Eva Sansom, both Remember! ' will , be burled in the this afternoon near Mayor Oaynor's Johnson and report Commissioner weeks. He French citizens, many of them havresiding a few miles below Hickman, a special has made to the insular possessed This is the last week that you can city cemetery Wednesday. He was office 'windows In the city ha!l. The went to Tlptonvllle, Tenn., where ing lost everything they seventy-eigyears of age and bureau of combustibles found that government, it has not been received the unheatal In Mexico lor the enter the contest for the $20.00 In past quietly married, t returnthey were la per cent dyna-mtt- e, the Deparment, bmt last two yearn, have Just arrhcd In Qodd offered by W. E. EIUs for the was one of the oldest Jurists In one the explosive was 40 ing here. The groom is about Bixty here by tho War Saddle and Harness Horse at State. For a half century he was Hamburg-Americathe regulation blasting propor- years old and the bride fifteen years copies are ln the hands of other offibest New Orleans on the 7tl. of tho prominent figures In the po- tion, and the amount found would, cials. Spreoland the Ohio County Fair. Lino steamship old. It is the third matrimonial venFilipinos ln some parts of the litical world of Southeastern Ken- If axpjoded, have wrecked the city from Tamplco. ture for the groom. tucky, having been the Republican hafU ' White House History. Islands commonly capture children fight of this band merely Is a Tho nominee for Governor against Gov. J. and sell them Into slavery for profit; The mayor was in his office when .part of a general exodus of AmericSalaries of Rulers. James Hoban, an Irish architect, some are sent to China, where they which is being made upon the designed the white house and was Proctor Knott In 1833, the two mak- the dynamite was discovered by a ans The King of England is paid are dressed ln the native fashlesL ing their campaign together, most citizen passing through the City Hall advice of American consuls through- paid $500. revSome children have been enticed! of the time either In a buggy or on Park. Mr. Gaynor evinced little In- $2,350,000 and has a private out Mexico, the refugees said. An Cornerstone laid by Washington, The from their homes by slave agents 'uphorseback. They were warm personafl terest when told M tho explosives' enue of $350,000 besldea. 100 American citizens October 13. 1792. other band of was remark, proximity, and remained apparently Prince of Wales Is paid $500,000 a on promises ot scholarships IB friends and who left Tamplco about the Bame very Work of construction began Immeable for Its utter lack of billingsgate undisturbed, at his desk while police year Denmark and Greece are schools, and some ot these, ln an tlnm have been landed at Galveston. diately after cornerstone laying. Each pays her ruler tout Instance wlchh Mr. Worcester report drew a cordon poor. or acrimony. hurriedly officers' Among tho refugees arriving here Building practically completed In He served seventeen years as cir about ihe dynamite to keep back an $262,000 a year and its crown prince in detail, were sold and others were are seven families from tho La Bolsa October, 1S0O. $32,000. Spain is also poor and pays farmed out for money. cuit Judge In thi judicial district, excited crowd. colony, on tho Panuco River, sixty First occupied by President Adams served one term as County Attorney Its king only $1,340,000 a year for frequently receives He cites the case ot a thirteen-year-ol- d1 Mr. Oaynor ,mines from Tamplco, who had been In winter of 1800. family. girl, bought for someNp1fA rf Pulaski county and one term as threatening letters, but tonight he himself and .. $600,00 for his by the re; t reduced to such straits Partly deatroed by fire toy British, . l.ln. j Q,( tifi nnA .." ! peated looting of their farms and the 1814. Cost of building at time, $333,-20- 7. State Senator from this senatorial would make no statement regarding his family $230,000. The German Em rice, chickens and a cloak. The Supreme"1 Court of the islands released district. He stumped the Stato for the possible connection between any robbery of their homes by roving $4,000,000 a year, the slave trader on the ground' Chat rid- previous threat by mail and the dyna peror receives reopened January 1, Abraham Lincoln for President, bandits that the money for their pasRestored and ing from here to Lexington horse- mite oftoday. It is Just three years which is about hajf of his income. no crime had been committed, because' sage to this country had to be ad- 1818, at a cost of $300,000. back to make a speech at that place, ago this month that he was shot in The Sultan or Turkey received all no physical force had been used." This vanced by tho American consul at Reullf "by James Hoban, original there being no railroad in that seccrank and along a yearly salary of $7,000,000 one case, Mr. Worcester, says, asf the neck by a Tamplco. They presented a pitiful designer. tion at that time. His wife preceded so bally wounded that for several and the Czar of Russia receives each niocKea other slavery, prosecution. gang spectacle as thoy filed down tho "D The PMlinni year nwetnan immiw.wv. assembly a btoeked him to the grave a number of years days it was feared he would die. plank with the UtUle baggage they ha$ v tfmplo republic of France pays Its tfiTsuTprlW o&F5o ago. Thedyn&mlte found. totoJajn-ja- a they left MORE SUITS FILED ' been able to gather when He Is survived by the following a basement door In the concrete rooai Presdlent $120,000 a year and allows tic, he says, because many of, K their homes behind them. him $120,000 a year for expenses. Morrow, members come from provinces where AGAINST THE I. C children: Edwin P.Attorney of Cov- or areaway, within 60 feet ot the Other passengers were principally for the mayor's window. ington, District slavery flourishes. One of his remining engineers and superintendports on the traffic, he says, lies Eastern district of Kentucky: W. B. The explosive was arranged In a DOMESTICTROUBLES ents, oil men and laborers from Morrow, City Attorney of Somerset: lattice formation with the two small tabled In the Philippine assembly. 'J'ampuljo, Potroro and. other Miners Want Damages For Loss Capt. Charles Morrow, of the regu- pieces on top. A partly burned four-Inc- h Mr. Worcester declares he had great l. In the Stato ot San Luis points CAUSE KILLING difficulty in getting facts of 4ave lar army, stationed at Galveston, fuse, made of gunpowder, led unAll left because they were Due to Coal Shortage cases, and intimates that reports were Tex.: Sam Morrow, speclnl detective to a detonating cap on one ot the able to endure longer the unceasing s. for railroad at this place; Thomas Z withheld by the officers of the Phil' and Last Winter. levies of roving Zapatista forces Morrow, Jr., of Pine Knot, and Mrs. ippine constabulary. He cites the Close to the explosive was a piece At F or dsville Monday Morning-Woma- n they feared the probable because C. D. Portwood, of Lexington.' case of a Philippine assemblyman of Chinese punk and several partly consequences of an Figures in Judge Morrow was a member of the caught redhanded owning a slave girl imatches. Tho dynamite and .agitation that Is liable to sweep Greenville. Ky.. Aug. 25. Added- - Presbyiterian church, ot Somerset, burned In Manila, and says: fuse were wrapped In a piece of hea y t.n.Xfwi any time. Unu Itan H Ioil in rift llti- Mexico at the Case. of the Somerset Elks' Lodge, cambric, secured by red and blue "I could obtain conclu3lveevlden.ee "Tamplco just at present Is the gallon of the coo miners of i Odd twine. The cloth was blue with red ot a hundred, a thousand, ten thouto- - barter member of the Somerset ncaceful snot In Mexico," Bald niiui eonntr. who. ' it will be ' Cn,llMa, In A a a J sand ot" them, but why mUHiply " c"""" '"U6"' nH WWll nmhahlV tt and white figures, and resembles the J. K. Porter of Los Angcics. neaa-' membered. Instituted suits In the buried with ldges. fillets worn by Italian women of the Clarence Keown, a well known and cases? It Is simply a waste of. time; Tampuljo cV camp of .the Pier- ,uh,enberg quarterly court against of the meet- - working class. -., MBiirrtJ.H Mm- - The Somerset bar will hold a svn,iirtn. near Potrero de1' . ,,,, prominent young man of Fordsvllle, and work." .tag to draft appropriate resolutions Experts of the bureau of combusHe charges that Philippine assemLlano, who is returning to his home. pany for damagea on ac5ount oX the shot Cressy Greer at the office of blymen maintain peonage on their tibles state that the only thing which "The presence or two American railroad company's having failed to A fleasant Surprise. prevented a dlsasterous explosion was the Cumberland Telephone Co., at own farms. In the harbor has had a salu- - j furni8n autfClent eras to Insure them 9 , The relatives, friends aand neigh- - the presence of a strip ot cotton wool Fordsvllle Monday morning about by .the fMng tary effect upon the area .which canl Amniovment Interesting History. be - , yc8terday ot additional suits In the bbors of Mrs. Martha Lee gave her wound so tightfy about the base of o'clock. Greer lived until 4 o'liock be covered by their guns, and I The HawesvUle Clarion says: quite a surprise Sunday, August 17, the fuse that a spark could not reach that afternoon. He was the son of lleve our cltlzons are perfectly safe clrcult court. 'Last spring forty-nin- e Courthouse records often furnish, She the detonator. An edgo of one dyna- Mr. through .there. But a little farther In the in mlnerB( their attorneys.lt being her 68th birthday. and Mrs. Moris Greer of that the most interesting bits ot local ,.,.. . th6 Muhlenberg uuar- - went to church Sunday morning and mite stick was slightly scorched. terlor. law and order Is largely a Hartford. history and a Clarion representative The Investigators do not attach place, and formerly resdled ln ', myth, the country is at the mercy of terJy court tQT damages based on the when she returned the people and the found that to be the case a few day"" to the finding of Zapatistas. In banks or irom twenty foregoing statement of fact. The rail- - dinner was mere. Aer me ainner much Importance Is said that the cause of the ago when the following stilt explanIt d . comnanv filed matches and a partly con an Injunction suit was served. Rev. Vanhoy, gave an to several hundred, these bandits will ' explosive. Hun- - trouble came over the attenlons of atory order was found In Order Boot come down from the mountains, pll ln the clrcuit court against the into- - interesting talk, and the choir sang sumed cigar near the areaway Greer to Keown's wife, and dt Is 10 at page 4M in the HaacoflK coune lage camrs and settlements, carry era aUeglng tUat the suits we're filed some beautiful songs. Everyone seem dreds of 'smokers pass the some of claimed that the attentions had been ty clerk's office: "It appearing -. during the noon hour,. and .. money, firearms ana auuuuauarterly court for the pur- - ea to enjoy me aay. we wisu oxr. jitay satisfaction of this court that running for eevertl weeks, and was . Dreveiltine the trlcult court Lee many more happy birthdays them occasionally throw dead matches nillon ln sight, and any native wo- nt common talk among the people of William Borgschultz, formerly a .,. i. . . .. .. . l l.silt r mi inoso proum ncm. .urn. Ulnnthfl and cigar butts there. man on worn xney can I... "v" (from having Jurlsdcltlon, tha amount of Hancock county, Ky., did say. that la- Fordsvllle. and upon Keown's hearing I ice authorities The hands. sued for ln each Instance being for Lee. Rev. and Mrs. Vanhoy, Mr. and sometimes carelessly drop dy- - of the way Greer and Keown's wife on tho 7th day of April. 1869 Uave aweal to Mrs. Elijah Hoover, Mr- - and Mrs. borers ottftla nnn. tllAll tllaRtlnP Oil- - had acted he hunted Greer down, al the said town of HawesvUle, awfr "Rich Mexicans. Americans and ft 8Um ,ee8 than nnowoi (J. W. Moseley, Mr. and Mrs. Thad nn.l,n foreigners all are subject to their h(j c1tkM courtt been that he did on the 19th day of April. Hoops, eratlons. There Is an excavation shaft. though it is said Greer had several In- JnslaugWfl. I know of . 18C9, Upon nearlng the Injunction suit, Barnard, Mr. and Mrs. Jim take passage at the port of. Broadway side of City Hall warned to quit his awenuons 10 stances fo the most revolting nature 'Judg0 Salmdge, In a very learned Mr. and Mrs. Shelby Rock, Mr. and on the of Now York, on board tho steamer. con- - Keown. new subway where American women caught in oplnIoni neld that Injunction would Mrs. Monroe Lee, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Park (leading to tho At the time of the shodtlng Mrs. United Kingdom, for Bremen, Ger- l , ,. Lee, struction. Detectives are making a ,, nomittd the suits to Royal. Mr. and Mrs. Lltwood l . anintud communities have bem - sub ,, ,IOl , u .... . . uruun .. r. auu c.ose , .... ., . it. -. r ,uia in- - Knnwn was at HUlPnur aunuga - many, and also that said WUUam a ln the quarterly Mr. and Mrs. Joan Jected to the most harowing airoci-.i-- - - dauchte. - Tne Borgschultz or tho said steamer nev-inougn Any Mrs. Crlt Martin, Mr. and Mrs. Bird, cations wititn aitrht nf their men. er having been heard from since, ' per cent dynamite 0ther child was at the home of Lee. Mr. and Mrs. Me.Wn Stewart, they do not use 40 ,nvn on the wart of the latter woiUld ,. fcf h either directly or indirect y, It Is operations. have resulted In their instant death in the court of appeals staying the Mrs. L.dla Daniel. Mrs Pearl Grit- m their to his ome In now the opinion and Judgment of .and the women merely would have action ot the quarterly court until a In, Misses Sarah and Artie Hoover. spent some the KOaOS fay ror t Fordsville andout for Sulphurtune, and this court that this said Borgschultz been carried away to suffer a life determination In the court ot appeals LI ha Johnson. Lillian Lee Madallne. GOOd COUlty Springs hath departed life. It Is also later Btarted worse than death. I Themselves. might be had on the appeck from Htldred. isabeiie ana uoierwe uarhotel, stopping on the way and. the the opinion of this court that he den.nrtiHefi'ii oninlon. The writ nard. zeua. sema ana tiva nwi, "The Plerson Interests have been T.,rt-that changing residence of Mr. James Carter ana parted this llfo 'leaving no last Thn driect effect ," oia. uiman anu ruuuuo heavy losers at the hands of win was granted and the apipeal roads Into good roads has upon telephoned to Sheriff Black, of Hart- will or testament, and on motion ot Mr. Porter said. "Only two stand for trial at the approaohlng Royal Georgle 0Iriftln. Eva rJanM. bad meet him at the Springs, August Borgschultz, who took-- 'the and marketing prices, as. ford, to law .iweeks ago. three of their oil camps term of the court of appeals. Jut Audrla and Qrethe Martin . yvel- - Sheriff Black went to the Springs oath and Mlna Borgschultz, his sur seized, and under threats of set- what effort the filing of the present uavis. were Is shown mm an auto that afternoon and arrest ety, executed bond as requirea By and Ihiftaa frae ot the .., ...u .,.u ! , ting fire to the oil wAJls bandits .,i. in ih. circuit court will have Corda mi. law, which bond is approved by the employes open, the company's U not cer Griffin. Elena and Geneva Moseley. made Ihe oendtaK ford and brought before Judge Wedd court, whereupon tho administration gathered by strong boxes tor them. Over 5000 tin. it l. said that there are some Eunice Lee, Messrs. Paul and John were ot Agriculture. In Lee County, ing. On account of the kin ot the of the eald estate of wUllani Borg- ment cnA pesos, were obtained, a large number , avvv mi -- - in MithUnbenr county Black, Andy Porter. Willie Roach, Virginia, a farmer owned 100 acres court to Keown's wife, Judge C. M. schultz. deceased. Is granted the ot Mexican women wew token away who wUl enter sub of those already Beth Davis, Owen and Wit Johnson, which he offered; to sell for $1,800. Crowo, of the Hartford police court Bald August Borgschultz." Charlie and the workers around the camp entered should prove aucceessful. The Wayne and examining Oa the same shlpt one Jake M.Ike Drewey Grlfttn. In 1908 his rood' Improved, and al was selected to hold the today. were robbed of firearms and all the litigants in all the suits now pend- - Hawkins, Xuke an of HawesvUle, also sailed and v& though the farmer fought the inv trial., which will come up clothing the robberss could Belze." Ha lleft a Mr. Keown has always had the never heard of again. ot reputation in this his honle wife and probably two children, who best Deposit Moey. quiet and peaceful rcmoyed from HawesvUle, years .ago, Robert HardlsoB, jr. 0...1 wu- - nrt Hftki van - acres si said to haye been aojld for county, and is a . ltfiooo. After road improvement, the gentleman. For the past 'seven year as did August and Mlna Borgschultz, . I. offer of U. S. Secretary -- i. .- j lnder the v- -- ,OOy, Tnaaws, wuoricy auu wii Mo employ of the L. and her son. William, Jr. rUM TOT f. to give to the national McAdoo h Bar- - some farm was sold for $9,00. In he has been. In the In Ohlq Co.. ley. Godfrey Ange One ot the beat farm County, Alabama, the peo & N. railroad company, and was reof the large cities of the banks Gilbert, Johnson of good nard, James. Rowan. Albert, Field SeedTonil Kinto. country, money for the relief ot the Ky. Good ple voted a bond Issue for 250,000 f6or cently promoted to the position of quantity ot ttadwr. Have a big stock, bought eatty In crop moving period, 'Louisville has wtortud a road, Improvement. The selling tame extra conductor, and bears a sitlendW d wp Loren Royal Theodore QVer Lexing- Contain. someUpag per acre. reputation with that company, Srace season Can furnish best grade Ot $1,500,000, blfcn promised thoay. Lutherand CeJl at that time was $6 to $15 you can Qne hft hAttowa. Ue. JohR soiling price U now irom $16 Jo the arrest of Mr. Keown he has been Red Top Seed as cheap as ton $300,000 and Oweniboro $50,-00- 0. hundred jacres t.ZVm ; nf DanUl. Jullau Hoops. Jesse, Era The For sale by W. E. thought this will reallowed to. go where he frfeases, but order themj It is - -.Merchant, Hart"Produce l state, two farmers liv- - under special guard appointed by ELLIS u!? move the scarcity ot money that has V virll 7t4. JJ.Ii ford, Ky. ' Call oh always happened about this time equal daltance from a cotton the court Nuher preaeni IU. lag at prfUtUa, The conditions ot the,7tt. very year. JURIST IN GAYNOH Mc-Ad- I j'. ' I r 10-ln- ch Dean-Worcest- ht p"i I ., Po-tos- hd'.f-stlck- fr I ,,, the-hono- ,':"" iw 1 '..,, half-burne- il 1 to-th- b ri ,.... .', , ZXSZaZ, uv.vKu uwbiuii.u...- Kl W Zapa-41sts- v. - 1 Z uTlta. - jT'; ;Z" """"""', TTrnZ:, K.,f AneIkr4s(u. ,, m & .' -.. aXm r.n 'ck' XZXZ rJB&m IvZwfa. .X, n. a... 'r iw4 .!W6JrftP!LTJE MatfMb" Ltf MR tMBiHK8WUiiutl-Hlwa- i ijljayWMMMg ifgc'!. TTjy 1 ' """W i i h ' V r i I . t' t. I "They hare been copied as I say. cilfUH PUT TO VUtlOUS tISPo and for a purpose," insisted Barton the big hotels that fringed it were .rrrrrafTtKiiiiiiiWP DREAM OF FARM, MAN'S ma with rising agitation. "It means ruin Little not wholly devoid of guests In Much DemaM tor the Industries to me. Don't you understand Walfigures of men and women dotted the "i wm ir .- TluM and In Proceeeee That Would B If He Cn Mali worth they promenade. Maisie shuddered as Suspected by Few. Should Be a Orsat Uplift or TWO CHILDREN "two ascended the slope of the walk ANNETTE'S SACRIFICE "Ton suspect the Walworth comAgriculture. pany of this wicked act!" walk and began that desolate If all lh. mar that la saltan In it.. "Suspect? I know!" fairly shouted It was through the dreary -. city man look to be eauallr .il Ktm-- t D - ye- -r coming back from fairyland to And How Her Lover Circumvent- Saxton. "Listen: a poor, unfortunte iike spending bis old age on a ta x9 worJj W0(). Lovers Tracing Their the world of humanity again that fellow whom they deluded and let go. forward to country. This is .true rrf(yJ( oyerjr t ,PMt tweBty bomo. But, b ( btrn ed a Plot to Ruin Her as they seired me, took to drink. I farm in the world which had despised and rein the Sand Uncover subject to modlnca- , gdpg Mnn uted M foo4 bw found him down to the very verge of statement, but jected them and bad so place for Father. It Is the cb many Industrial . a Small Fortune. wretchedness some time ago and tlon. them. In the first place, the farm will win rgt form 0f a chemically purs carlo, helped him as best I could. He Prank turned and gripped Maisie's the country, but not too far In. The hydrate, and Is often used In place of By GEORGE ELMER COBB. straightened up and got work at a arm fiercely BY VIVIAN H. BREWER. a ..(.In or rltimax hava, It near enough the City Mo. la It can never be I cannot marry new place. He came to me secretly to run Inn for a night at the theater and ( Hug;r ,. fr,uentjjr "Dear. Im going to make good," he SBt believe that we are ever In oora- this afternoon, to inform me that to Ve married. Frank." Bald said. "It must be that I am of some j you. Mr. Tyson." again by 12.30. founds f)r removing and preventing In the world be that i The words seemed to sound the through a friend at the Walworth get borne It cannot Lester, looking sadly at her use ,t 1 uswl la The farmhouse will be a little moreiclI mMu There were team In her big you and I are destined never to be death note to all the fond hopes of plant be had learned that today the nmntlxatoH than faTfnllOUSeS USUally ,,..- ahn.MaWln- and joa eyes, and Frank Rhode felt a anything more to one another and Bart Tyson. The pretty, peaceful ' people there sent on their application are. It will be heated Ink Md nk roIer, ,Cf Maj sitae of shame as he per-ca- y Just because of the lack of a few garden, the lovely maiden beside him. I for a patent on the very device I have vacuum oleaned. It will have of"' printing press. Certain explosives miserable dollars If I can earn two treat ambitions be had cherished all been working on for so long. Don't ticm. to forty pr cent of bathrooms perhaps three, a Duun contain from He wns twenty-eigh- t and M aisle thousand dollars we will have oar tbeso suddenly appeared to change you see? They have stolen my pat- - kitchen, an dining room. u ,t ,g en,porei ia dying establlab. ' from oasis sweetness to the dreary ent, they are robbing me for a second farm, then I shall be able to write twaty-flve- , smoking and they had been ,,- a librarr. billiard room, den, tar "nllin-- " i...h. time!" , .. . ... . four .veanu They ought to hare something worth while. I know we barrenness of a ttterile desert. t ..l. rtf..nr ilrmwlnr room BUXBW l ouler '- ' "Then, even if you got your paper. T shall succeed " It was a certain pleading, longing Xltl period furniture. Sca married long before, but JYank Poor Frank' Maisie looked at him expression in the true, tender eyes of into the mail at the very earliest mo- waa wist his folks called a wto,e T"T u,,p" ro not M In- - ia'rita ios a hardening and strens'li Sugar ther would FI'ner doubtless add a pergola and a He had never placed his foot wistfully Neither of them had ever Annette Saxton that checked Burt pie will adayahelloTrTu? actJon ,a BOrtjir The first rung of the ladder of owned fifty dollars at a time. And roin going away then and there. An ( neta tie ' to thU pUln' bUt "rT,ce,b,e' u.ed to rebuild the Museum of Natural "I am too late I Frank was close on thirty That two fcarnest touch of her trembling hand that," aald the iUnroon MBrresi- - He bad been a clerk in I .. ,. 10. 50 or I""10" n inventor, dejectedly. ?I Me P&rl baJf a. dotea offices, but he wholly thousand dollars would nave to arop detained aim. I "c '" .... V ' " , pB" latdMat the elements that make for inm &e skies; nothing semed less ' "But you must not deBert us." Bhe ( "Give me those papers!" hivn 1,n,e' ono Even a"aa MB .v.wo P"" very small quantity. T.I poBsioie. It seemed as if a sudden brilliant lw. sne waicnea rTant s BioucD - went on wmmncir -" miik fliuonr surelv we are Sm D of My father has gron to I Inspiration had come to Burt. He had How, friends? Hs- -t te keen a poet he might hare I las figure with a heartache. eggs bW8Tcr' one per cent., exert a very harmful . shabbr he was! The resolution had ' .00k for vou and would mlas von on arlBen to his feeL his eve. clowinr. a in ?ul?r. ,h p0'cen ?"' lar,,t ... ,n, t -- m a . .. . . alreadv dwindled away .. He was only lr. Oh. we are both of us no rratefnl I quick flash of excitement on his face. ( n.. effect on cement. YoUj's Companion. inmiiri. nin. ' "What are you about to do?" b"' v.eEeu v nnt .p.n tiiof . u o . . r.r.rr i a ooot clerk, he would never be anv - l lor all vou have done for us!" will lay there will bean orchard that "It is nothing. It has been a pleas- - gan the Inventor bewilderedly. by choice. He knew that the thing more. . annles. Since the farm 1. to be nl(-- PROBABLY TOUCHED THE SPOT They were walking among the strag- - ure. a business training," declared .....TV" it to me. "n"-f- lP: would never un- it generation . conulned. it will raise Its own vIolMs. -- .fiemhuat bis work; be wanted nothing gllng' visitors to the little place. A Surt in a manly, honest way. "Miss orcuaiTew uiose BU.hroora, and American Beauty , Episcopal Slewing Smwl to Indicate " nurse-gir- l yet wheeled two fat Infants In Saxton. I shall not annoy you b tc hire a quiet home of hlB own That ths Toddy Was Not at All roses, ana win, 01 course, eio Then A ridiculous-lookin- g a "Oh. ie could farm and write his little man with waxed mustaches was 'Thennever that!" insisted Annette, Annette, Burt was gone. He passed line well at which the automobile can Unwtlcoms. lingering at the gate. She embarrass you. It would 3anJits vodtBturbed. And Maisie While the owner of tho approaching thm. Probably he was have been Beet delight to me to J noted his agitated manner, his be watered. passionate longing for a hat In the coarse of those official goings tarm will not ngage In the actual people feel. earning ten times as much as FVutk. anow that your interest in me would urgency. cswsttoT Ee that city-bre- d labor of tilling the soil, be about which are called visitations. I manual "My father" Bhe faltered. Sk wa i. stenographer, and between ' thought Maisie, with a fierce hatred urge me to build great dreams on mr to assist nature by ex- UUbop A. M. Randolph of Virginia xpecU "He will tell you all." explained It began to drizzle a fine, smtll start in life. Pet baps some tb--j made exactly tw enty dol- - of nlm supervision once found himself In remote counercising an Burt, hurriedly. "He is the victim of tara a -- k. Prank w ould have mar-- ' penetrating rain that blotted out the . day. later over the growing crops. With him try parish. He was the guest as usual of the sea. Both were in the j But Annette shook her head sor- - a cruel, wicked plot. I am going to bossing the jo'j and half a dozen farm- of a senior warden, and he arrived zimit a that, but Maisie had sl5ht if I misery. Maisie and murmured, "You eseu. "rfdly wisdom to refuse. - II depths of and held It over opened her rowfully or some one stronger are bo I save him.you!" can." the audible beni-- . hands doing the chores, agriculture upon a day of rain, and sleet, and nip"Bless came Frank the worthy umbrella y 4ear," she had said, "unthan I "His, . may wel! apprehend a great uplift. ping winds. In the absence of her caa do something that will , action was instinctive and demon- - as a guide and a helper. Please, son. falling on his ears like sweetest Toronto btar. lean business husband about the week-daunconscious maternal at- - please &s to get our little farm we strated her of the good lady of ' heard the whlinerM) wnrrli that fnl. linked Tila I Hr filled xrth fltnrio tnwarri him. H mA nxsa Kstii unmarried. But I shall the bouse showed the bishop to bis abma&a in (rue to jou." she added. arm through hers, but he did not take saw that he was giving her pain. lowed: "Oh. my love, my love and VALUE OF WORLD'S DIAMONDS room, where "flr 'burned brightly, sd pHeously. They were like the umbrella; he was far away, com - . Manlike he wondered at it, manlike I dare not tell you!" Just at daybreak next morning Burt Estimates That Finished Output Could and then debated whether she should - Posing. Even Maisie was forgotten he did not read between the lines and C U&..atid neither had the resend him up hot toddy She fell j understand that her very Interest in TyBon was at the nearest city. An B Packed In Box Measuring Tifi jsfr ope of ever achieving what for e moment. In her motherly soul that after such hour latr hn hA ita yImh M.t rk. 3x6x8 Fast. Maisie neara an exciamauon neniaa mm was the cause of ber deep sufferset their hearts upon. 7 a drive a man of the bishop's age Friok had had & wnndprfiil i ner ana me iai mile man came pani - i ing. ana or a repression and a sacn- - lng In his behalf. It cost him nearly should have a hot toddy, but she did I ?" the two hundred dollars be had - votiM eo Had she dropped flee be did not fathom. IcTaam. Diamonds of the weight of twenty not know whether L VTht hn ing toward her. this particular . At a Rompthitip? n s An i Prohablv a handkerchief. i. tons, which would hn tt was well for Annette that Just aTd P to nd Tong message to a , eight and bishop might not be a teetotaler Bnt she 'would make the fat little then there was an interruption. Prom c,OBe friend, a young lawyer in Wash- - on a space of ten and one-hacublo sat iaaow. ttit since the rainbow has Finally her hospitable Instinct ov' ington. pat of gold at the far end of its ma n'' ll WM her Id of revenge1 t jATt an(j have a value of nearly $!. Word for word he wired the speclfl- 000,000,000, have been taken from the ercame her sea pies. She mixed the aim or alB muBtacaes ana u ( 4 a. vague Idea that some-ke absurd, prosperous look. She heard cations of the Saxton patent. Techni-- , earth from the earliest time to the toddy. But she dared not take it up ( cal description of the details followed. present day, according to the esti- to the bishop herself. She called her blowing and panting. j him "Mees! evi-- , In fact, all that was necessary to fur- mate Just made by M. De Launay, the little daughter, aged eight, coached MeeB!" he was calling. He was ' dently nish a shrewd, prompt man with the well known metallurgist, writes the the child in a proper little, speech, r a Frenchman. information to secure a patent, were Paris correspondent of the Philadel- handed her the glass, and told her to "Mees! MeeB! 'Ave you dropped , take it carefully to the bishop's door, at the other end of the line before phia Ledger. , this?" , - knock, and wait for result. business fairlv benn In th Maisie turned round. The little, These figures, however, only con' The little girl went, and very soon city. man was standing before ber. and In ' cern the stones before cutting which his hand he held that absurd mass At noon that day Burt received the reduces their weight volume by half, came back without the toddy. "What did the blabop Bay?" asked , of sea growth uhlch Bhe had flung following dispatch from the friend he but multiplies their value by five. A Vr the anxious mother. away upon tne beach. She must hare ( knew be could rely upon: box throe feet high, six wide and "I knocked on the door." replied tbo let it fall Into her umbrella, and. "Drawings, papers and application eight long would thus hold the total when she opened It, it had slipped filed. Caveat granted and later appliworld's output of these gems In their mesenger, "and he opened It real M3xxt&tXA rtirraec out upon the boardwalk. Maisie felt, cants shut out." finished condition and would have a lulck and reached out his hand and aid. 'niess you. my child." New furious. The story was all over the town market value or $4,700,000,000, accordYork Evening Post. forty-eigh- t "Yes, I dropped that." she said hours later. Burt was at ing to present prices. Icily "But it is of no value to me. the Saxton home when an emissary Of this quantity, according to M. Royal Widow's Woes. Keep it, monsieur, if it interests you." from the Walworth works offered a De Launay, 100.000,000 carats of the Poor old Francis Joseph, emperor of The fat little man looked quizzical-- . small fortune for the valuable patent value of $5,000,000 have been con j 17 at her. tney had tried to steal. .. tributed by India, the source of all Austria, is axaln called unon to use his "Mademoiselle Is, without doubt, a . Again Annette stood at the cate a diamonds from ancient times up to Wndly otBces by another distressed xnlllonaire?" be Inquired blandly. he left the house. Again her grateful j U16 eighteenth century, and 12.000,000 lady who desires the approval of thn Something in his tone arrested soul tried to impart to him the esao - ' carats of the value of $100,000,000 by pope to the divorce recently grantod Maisie's anerr answer. There was a' civil court. The lady tions his noble fidelity had aroused. . Brazil between 172S and 1910. These to her by the Yi .N trin A rvh rf it strange look In the little man'B eye.! -TKAlta wt malt now IU 111 A In held him. ne,(" "aaV VBV These Paper. Tampered ; she asked. "Waat Is ' . rJM Pr.n Georof Bavaria, a union pe dvVb'im to , "AmbTgris." said the fat little -. .- .,. once again or the " wuui iw,- - -- - -man. "The basis of perfumes, Th the wing of the house where Mr. Sax- - that could never dielore in his heart W0.000 would come from South Af- - ratified the legal decisions but has or- out. mos" valuable of the sea's gifts. I am I ,A penance for the lady that derel ric. which Is now almost the sole I for six trl ttni4 hi, at, ,,4., O.WVA .wnv- - ,lm "It was onir that w. w.r. r bVU u Mir mademoiselle. I hay, there came a B.UUJ rail! i.a. twui -i- was only because I months she shall remain re, a perfumer, ourceof the world's supply. aulclc felt that you heem." tired n the Red Cross convent and --Tct, t dropped Aprt from 1Sou,h. Africa" Mr- "Ob. Mr. Tyson, I must see yoa at were worthy of some one not so hum-- 1 That!" - Bj,e began "How much?" asked Maisie. LnnJr MT8 the on,T tler diamond I minister to the sick. The archduchess ble once!" nndn this prescription of the pope alto Im woeJd acquire a fortune In j Wh,ch COUnt at "U are Uo) ! "I giv you t'ree t'ouakn' dollars," I 0e,d He checked her utterance with Annette gave Burt a beseeching gether too severe, a abe desires to annua, anoata, Okixlotna. or Oregon he waa said the fat little man. aNew g Wmei look. It he be That waa thn nnlv tlma. XTalaTfl. wa indulgent seemed to ask that fancies. 01 wui en, aocoruing 10 me last mr Attend the wedding or her cousin, tho aA aaa--c walch. And on the follow-Jac-aJwith an old man's "My peerless one! My empress!" area, Is 2,205 prince of Croy, with Mis Nancy be va to sUrt for St Louis. scolded Frank for whistling. carats. grateful It of feelLelshman, daughter of the United trxKk vas ax tar as his money would (Copyright. VlVt. by W. O. ChapmanJ ingexpressed a pathetic, shade then as he said ardently. "Oh. greater and and that was holler is the happiness of knowing States minister to Berlin. In tbo Krry klnsu Ttaey had met on the Burt left her side there shadowed the that you loved me all of the time!" Father of All Hot Springs, ZKauik stxs ordinary, commonplace meantime Francis Joseph will do what Pity the Editor. The Sprudel Is the most ancient of bonny face two subdued emotions pa(Copyright, mz. by W. O. ChaemanO "feea 43- - tbo city, thronged by "What's the matter?" inquired the tience and despair. all Carlsbad's fountains, the father ot he can to relieve the lady ot the disrs 2?sM-&3kela summer, but foreman as be entered the sanctum a "U Pours forth cipline Inflicted by the church. John Saxton waa an inventor For,U bot Pne. Millennium Club. old and barren in this for copy, and noted the editor's swolPrt the greatett flood of Millennium: One to "wtwbar veasoa. It was to be their len forehead, puffed red eye, and tat- merly he had been superintendent of How Capital Grows I ,n "" lasc oscieUfig for years perhaps for tered, dusty coat, "Did you fall down the great Walworth Motor Works,Im-a about the millennium is have Both! . Lytham has benefited to the remarkmile distant. He bad made some ing to do with any article of food or SVaUE. um? able extent by the growth of its stairs?" e provements on one of their ?mf "? "1 Tatmn always be true tn Tnif !., -- -. "Vnnnlv that M .IJ.IU fcV aUa for which the company badspecialties clothing that is produced by the tor- neighbor, Blackpool, says the .w v.M. bMIV, mnlltul W.1W Bd' promised or death of a living thing. A com- -London Chronicle. Two centuries ago bz. ttaisle vrblspered again, and I pointing with his finger to a para him a large reward. They dishonest' pr,D,M,r.,' pany of women in Boston organized eVf, ' , iXLC no hltn; and they kissed each tbo sum of graph in the paper before him. "It's ly repudiated the contract, and he left bequeathed 5 was . upon uu piatiorm as tne Millennium v3i0S- - aur vas&londtely ,. h ", Thn nr . for tho education of the children as lovers do , In our account of the Crapley-Smit- 1,"' -their service. Since then he had ciuo nas aroused considerable Interest .. the drlnkIn, eun. ' ,""-I o be-- buuderedfor an incal- - wedding. It ought to read: xr&i of poor Inhabitants Lytham. mnd eatch tZ 'Mist of w , caizi&e g. They sat down side by Smith's dimpled, shining face formed spent a hole year perfecting a new among manufacturers and Importers. w IT In course of tlmo the fund grew fh w ould be the last word motor that ?, The member, have pledged themselves jcitf .Maisie traced bis initials in a pleasing contrast to Mr, Crapley" wVt 500, and this sum Ut8 ,Ca", Car,8bad fountain virgin to nearly In Its particular line. If it met his exno aasbi with the point of her strong, bold physiognomy.' But see pectations. wnu Invested by the trustee of th .1:1 to .,.!:. no kid eu.,?!' . r volcanic water. They havo their L)tham The company bad beard how it was printed." charities In a. plot of land, of it and had made him overtures. aigrettes. co- -at i" 1" Vats ndllke he was! she medl-ii- And the foreman "Mbit He declined to read: . iwciiuiiB. urtHiiun n which now forms Uie center of Blacktreat with them, al- t.. 1. ..t.t jii- - . 3ht stole a glance at the long, Smith's pimpled, skinny face formed though all bis surplus money had giv- ft.: .J,"uJooal:"acuo"elre.en those glowing inner laboratorla. Within the last 50 years tbo curi? hair that rimmed bis head uu-J- r a pleasing contrast to Mr. Crapley't the mother earth, tho uaterhoro leaps cororat,on of Blackpool has paid en out and even the question of daily a iar )a hat. Poor Frank! Dear- strange, bald physiognomy," 100-0abo5,t to "sht and ,r to 'or the freehold rights t time. bread was really a distressful problem The mlIlen2mSdo.. not , .ui, ... in ,. ly an sfuj laved u!m, MaUIe knew that . ... ,.." Pa of umnii . n "Crapley was Just in here," con family. b wnxrtd, never amount to anything. tlnued the editor, throwing one blood for the Burt was In the employ of an archii3& loied hlrn all the more for bis streaked handkerchief into the waste kr$iexjKti!. she felt her eyes paper basket, and feeling In his pock tect. He had known Mr. Saxton for a OCIAS U'VlAStA I lK the charities will reach 500,000. "'" 1....1-- . .a tfiahrtwc vUh tears again at the ets for a clean one, "and he but Just a long time. It was Burt to whom would be productive of anything else J' :,.;: Cr?lt,0n- - 80me Unspoiled. -Mr. Saxton had entrusted the drawing but a milleninmfor the higher orders "Ce. tfUn-r of tho future. Frank was send that here! There'; up Civil War Debt. of the plans and specifications of of life. Swat the fly and crush the primeval energy, and that tho choor-fu- l. wkdtfceiK a melody fight left in me yet!" smiling German peasant girls who Civil war means something besides bis new invention. These Mr. Saxton snake and smoke the mosquito to AN she had written, and 7 toll so tirelessly are captive woodland battle. When Lee! surrendered at Aphad been going over for a week, in- death. Leslie's. itaun taj fwrulo encountered a soft creatures serving forces moro an- pomattox each person then living in Lightning as Cure. tending to transmit them to the patent moS yielding substance that cient than the gods. Harper's When a man Is struck by lightning office at Washington. Burt found him the United States had on his or ber tVe fourth letter as ber Cure for Mosquitoes. shoulders a federal debt of about $80. point dragged It forth from Its In nine cases out of ten It U elthei pacing bis study la a state of the London peoIe have discovered or Today each Inhabitant's share of "kill or euro." for, though man) kl&4s plzGe. She looked curiously deaths occur as a result of lightning greatest excitement. rest-bearing Nil Desperandum. debt Is approximately "Mr, Tyson," he announced, "I am adopted, rather, an agreeable way to qjmki Mm Bhpeles substance. It stroke, marvelous cures of infirvlty keep their bouses free from files and s of Percy Parklngton rose and brushed 110. At the earlier date In deep trouble and distress. Soase mosquitoes. They burn sandalwood, "waas waxy, something like beeswax, are often effected by the same means one entered this room yesterday mornthe dust from his knees. Toon draw- -' all the government debt paid six per looked at It ia a asd Tho other day the papers reported ing while Annette and I were absent, which has a pleasant odor, but one ing-- himself up to his full height, cent It was suddenly borne the case of a man who he pays Interest, and now over which 1 disliked by these, summer had only two per cent deal ht rgfmn her that this strange, amor-Em- for three years being struckbeen light took the plans of the new motor at- pests. The Idea has been imported gaaed resentfully upon the form of "by Thus, measured by the yearly debt substance, probably some sea nlng. For some time he was uncon- tachment from my desk and copied from the Oreat, where It ha beea Miss Muriel Muggins, who nonchalantburden each American, la 1866 car ly faaaed hereelf the while. them." was euctly like their own scious. When he regained used for many years. conscious"Very welL MUe Muggius," oaae la ried about twtyTfeur times a much "Copied them," repeated Burt la plastic, ready to be beaten ness be found, to bis delight, a he does today. The sandalwood caa be bought at al- bitter tones from Pyey. that be amazement. ' to take any Imprint that could bear once more. most any Turkish or Japanese Import-la- g welll You have spurned "Oh, ?ery me. It is la It, She flung it into ths "Yes photographed them. Let bm In another case lightning was the house. It is prepared for burning true! Indeed, you have spurned Wind of Fame. tamed to ber sweetheart cause of the restoration of sight. For show you," and the old Inventor with by belsg cut up Into pieces about half me twice! But, though despair Preee agent are all Tery well. "TteMaV, 4ear, If you are to get that oats soma time, owing to age and infirmi- trembling hands spread out a roll of aa iaeh thick and three Inches long. my heart, I shall uot die I I mean nid Alfred Noyes. the Bagllah poet. nrauo Iwave we had better be start-Ivi- jr ty, a man bad lost tbo sight of his documents. "At once I noticed they aad taea baked or dried la a slow orea to so Into the busy world. t a picnic luncheon at Nahant; "but I will bad been disturbed, but only this for twenty-fou- r ke said. right eye. He never expected to rehours. A piece ot the I will wla! My name shall Press agent won't adranee yo to Hie aafretal, and they clung together gain lL Walking along morning did I observe those splotches wood la taea lighted aad placed la a fht! a. common be become known . la an gast essbraoe, to be the last was caught In a thunderstorm; the of photographic Ink oa one of taea. metal urn. After it has beeone well become envied aad my riches shall success unless yen have the real " Hies of success wHhte yon." tf awteoss knew Mow long. Then lightning struck him, but, far frosa Do you see?" I extlMulehed aad ataav the ftatM "Pardon mo for Interrupting yo The eyes ot the poet twinkled, and rk- -r taintfal their wteps sadly toward "Yes," replied Burt, slowly inspectdoing him bodily harm, he found, the red ewber left to welder uatH Mr. Parklactou," Interjected Mis he resumed: fctt aaae. They wera upon a lonely wbea be bad got over the shock, that ing the dlsflfured document in ques"maLl It Is all ceMtmed and oatr "Before the preee agent blown the UW.1.. -t when you haw ai jawt r tM aaads, bat half a mile. he could see with hi right eye m tion. "These papers hare beea ta-r- 4 heap of tee gray ashes It left. compllehed aU that you may try me trumpet of fame tor yen, yen yenreeU wlta." UMT Um boar walk UrmiaaUd. aad well m with hi left again." 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Has he been Gets Into Wrong Sleeping molesting you, dear?" ho demanded. ' . Car Section. He called me 'denrest,'" said the No Other Insect Has Caused 80 Much girl, beginning to look tearful. Legislation at 8a n Jose Scal- eThe man turned to John. By H. M. EGBERT. Spread Rapidly In East De"Unless you can explain your presTheir vrwldlng had been a very quiet spite Precautions. otio, Juki as their courtship had been ence here satisfactorily within one j minute," he said, "I shall first give , qtllru (iynthla Mcars and John Rob' (By J. a. banders.) ert had been engaged for more than you tho thrashing of your life and Past and gone are those days when two years before ho could afford to then hand vnn over tn llin rnniliiotnr." "I'm perfectly willing to explain my ,arsG crops or Peect fruit, uninjured taarry, and something of the sedate- presence here, sir," answered John by curcullo codling moth or scab, noss of married life hnd already set cou,d bo harvested tied down on them. Then a sudden hotly, "but first I must find ray wife. sprays and spray without thought of pumps, of lend is aboard this train. God help us promotion, with a considerable In- She r or parls green, of crease In salary, had changed all if Bhe Isn't." A hnppy thought struck arsenate him. "Help mo to find her," he said, and hordeaux mixture, and of other John's prospects. The future looked "and then we'll have the explana- - treatments for the troubles which rosy. tho modern fruit grower's ' contest John was thirty and Cynthia twenty-- tlons." "I'm willing to give you every op- - success, six. There had been no wild ro,n tho ""''Jf day young orchards, mance associated with their engage- twrtunlty," answered tho other. "Sup- - "quired but little care after planting pose you let me see the number of ment. They loved each other fondly, occasional cultivation, that t'eket in your hand." He took olher tnan t,me but they were under no .illusions. unt11 ln due tho perfect unblem-1- s "We must have no fuss, no wedding 1t from John. "E. 7," he said. "This lshcd fru,t wa8 gathered. A gradual E. 5. According to that ticket your party, and, above all, no foolish pranks 'wife ought to be in the next compart-- 1 change has taken place with ,the or rice throwing," John said on that troductlon and dissemination of new evening when he brought Cynthia the He flung the door open and called ' lnsect pests and plant diseases, until wonderful news that they could now "Is there a lady in now "Pray apparatus and materials be married. Cynthia had agreed cor- the conductor. are absolutely necessary. parents were dead and E. 7?" he asked. dially. Her Tnese changing conditions have "No, Sah," answered the man, grin- -' she lived alone in a boarding house. taught us a strong lesson of the pos- nlng. "E. 7 is vacant, sah." There was no one to give her away. "Hut let me explain," cried John, nihility of even more disastrous John was assisted by Charlie mortified. "I only bought ductlons of pests. There are Btlll many man. The marriage his best that ticket live minutes ago. Of was performed at noon In a little uptown church, and immediately after- course E. 7 is empty. They wouldn't ward the couple left for the station, have sold the section to me if it hadn't en route for Florida, where they were been. I was almost late for the train i jbB Jk syBO to spend their honeymoon, John hav- and left my wife on the platform while ing obtained a. month's leave of ab- I bought that ticket. My former num-- 1 sence for that purposo before taking ber was G something." The other watched John make his laup his new duties. Cynthia wore a plain traveling dress at the ceremony bored explanation 'with a cynical smile. "I certainly want you to have every and John a, business suit. Charlie accompanied them in tho carriage to see opportunity to explain why I found them off, and there was no rice throw- you In my wife's section," he said. "Conductor, Is there a O section on ing on the part of anyone. , T)o yon know, dearest, Charlie this train?" "Yes, sah, right behind," answered seems more flustratcd than you do!" said Cynthia, smiling, as the carriage the darky. Dead White Birch Trees. These "Then suppose we go there," said rolled away. CbaTlla certainly looked were killed on the Campus of the Uniperturbed, and John who was In the the athletic man, linking his arm in versity of Wisconsin by the Bronze secret, smiled at Cynthia and whis- John's. "G what did you say?" Birch-Bore"It was G 11 or 12," said John. "I'm pered that he would explain the cause not sure which. But if my wife isn't serious pests In foreign lands which when they were aboard the train. The truth was that Charlie was secretly there you'll find one of those sections have not become established in empty. But she must be there," he but doubtless will be sooner added eagerly. "Come on, in heaven's or later if systems of rigid inspection name." of Imported plant material are not They passed through the section soon inaugurated. G'. The door of and the next one was The awakening of the entomologists 12 stood open and an enormously stout and the public In general to the danlady was standing there, fanning her ger pf Introducing serious insect pests burning face briskly. and fungus diseases, was caused more "No, no, this is not she," cried John, largely by the introduction of hte San seeing the expression of sarcastic in- Jose scale than any other one factor. terrogation upon the other's face, and No other insect has caused so much, turned across the aisle to 11. The state and national legislation as the. (door was locked. , San Jose soalev(abrmlea insect; ln "Conductor!" shouted John. "Who its native country in central China),) is in this section?" which infests a wide range of fruit The man came hurrying along. "1 trees as well as many ornamentals. guess it's empty, sir," he said, The damage caused by this tiny Inkey, and opetied the door. sect was early recognised by entoSection 11 was guiltless of any occu- mologists and means were sought to pant The stranger turned to John. prevent its spread. But before .ade"Will you take your thrashing here quate means of control were discovor back in Section K?" he asked, but- ered, it had gained a foot-holln man?' toning his coat across the chest sections of some of our eastern states,, "For God's sake let me find my wife and In spite of all precautions hast and I'll take it wherever you like and gradually, spread,. , 3 give you as good s I get," John anWhat is true of fruit trees is also swered. Then suddenly his eyes lit true of shade trees. Take, for instance,, upon two figures that had entered the the injury to our beautiful birch trees car. "There she is!" he shouted ex- by insects. Such a 'general destruction, ultantly. of birch trees ln ornamental plantings Two women in brown hats and veils has occurred in the past four or. I Cant Find the Tickets." were coming down the aisle. One was throughout some sections, that engaged, and the part that he had John's wife, the other the strange the attention of a great many people flayed that morning, instead of being, woman, and both were radiant with has been attracted to the loss. r The small white larva of the as It was, a. rehearsal, had shattered smiles. "John, deai est I" exclaimed Cynthia, burrows just beneath the his nerves when it brought him the realization of the ordeal which he was falling upon his neck. "Just think! bark, eating its way Irregularly around shortly to undergo. He was fidgettlng That horrid Madame Rameses sold Ju- the trunk and limbs of the tree In the layers, leaving winding lia precisely the same hat that she nervously with his watch. galleries of castings and cutting off "Well, we'll make the 1:14 with ten sold to me, and she charged forty-fiv-e point at-dollars for It because sho said that it the flow of sap beyond-th- e minutes to spare," be said. "The i:Ul" exclaimed Cynthia in was an exclusively Parisian design. horror. "Why, it is the 1:04, Char- O, I haven't told you. What do you think! This lady is Julia Devoe, an lie!" whom I haven't seen old school-chuCharlie had misread the time-tablAnd the next through train would not for goodness knows how long." "Julia Sales since this afternoon," leave until night John bawled to the driver to whip up his horses, and the said the double, blushing charmingvehicle dashed into the station with ly. "Harry and I were married at 12 o'clock at the two minutes to spare. "Harry!" exclaimed Cynthia, and Charlie was fumbling nervously in his pockets, and his face was the color she took the tall man by tho shoulders arid swung him round hard so of chalk. "I can't find the tickets," he stam- that he faced her. "Harry! Harry Ross!" she exclaimed. Work of Brown BirchBorsrsw 1. mered. "You, Cynthia!" he muttered, and Infested limb showing raised rldgss. "Then I'll get some more, you chump," yelled John, and made a dash all the athletic valor seemed suddenly 2. Bark removed to show galleries of boring larvae. 3. Larva hibernating, for the ticket office. Happily there to have gone out of him. "Where have you been all these in a cell bored In the solid wood. were no purchasers there, and it was only the matter of a moment to pro- years, Harry?" exclaimed Cynthia. "Never mind, you shall tell me after- tacked. On the younger branches, cure two more tickets and a drawing-roosection. At the door of the wait- ward. Just think, John," she contin- these .winding galleries are revealed ing room he encountered Charlie, wan- ued to her husband, "if that silly old by the corresponding ridges on the exdering aimlessly about and looking for Charlie Murtagh didn't put the tick- terior of the limb. No adequate remedy has been found! him. Outside he saw Cynthia's brown ets ln my traveling bag, after all." "Charlie Murtagh!" exclaimed Julia. to combat this pest It Is always adhat and veil. John brushed Charlie aside and ran toward Cynthia, who "A stout young man with a pink face visable to cut out and burn all infested) mustache, blue limbs very early each year before waa just getting aboard the train. He and a whitish-browemerge. forehead, and wears stripwept past the porter and followed her eyes.-fflUntil this serious infestation passes) section, turned ed ties to match his socks?" Into the drawing-roo"Why, Julia, do you know him?" over, It is not advisable to plant any 1 round, and slammed the door. "Know him!" cried Julia. "Why, he birches, for loss of the tree is almost "We'll, thank God we pulled that slater Annie two sure to result off, dearest!" he exclaimed, and a is to marry-mcream awakened him to reality. The weeks from Wednesday I" "I guess," said Harry Ross, "that - Improving Hog' Industry;. woman in the section was not Cynthia prise-battlInto a all. The, train , was moving, .too, we'll convert that at When,farmesrealke the possible and just' is John looked at the strange couple' of cigars while the ladies ad- ties of exthwlvV'pork' 'grdiriag.as'a.1 girl in amaxement and. consternation just their relationship. What do you pedalled.. brancsj.ot. the animal! in", the carriage rolled past Charlie upon say, Mr. dustry, and evolve systems of' farm, "Roberts," said John. ''I think, all management adapted to the business. the 'platform, waving two tickets in things considered, that your solution It, wiU become attractive to boalBOss his hand and shouting furiously. No, this girl did not inlhe least re- will atdrd peace with honor to all farmers, and herds ol hogs " will Dseomo common la maaylocall-ta- a semble Cynthia, except for the brown concerned." "My, but I'll have something to at when fow good hogs are bow bat sad veil and a certain similarity get hash .from Cynthia waa"a to Charlie when we Cynthia.' ef gait and ftguro. " meditated blonde and' this girl was a decisive Tampa! (Copyright, Ult, br W. O. Cbasmaa.) brunette. Cynthia's hair was, gold nd 'grv'Bsog BBOaB7 Bug In tho Esr. this girl's was black. Cynthia was H you put hega.,ia, tmr4 where-taleHave some one bold an electric faaoos are boot, 4ob! ho surprised IE slim and "willowy." tad this girl was light or caudle, or even. 'a burning roBayo, a job' chasing them thrive or decidedly well,- - 'plump. you doUg barer' she match, la fronts of your ear, 'and' iho four times "What day.. 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OBSB BwC vMBBjaBBBJaj r KBn BBBjBJSjBBarOjL BTV0BBBBBBBT-- BraBBianBBrol v "BV ' yoa Went a eowta taUrr,. d goals. saacaine, write ma; If OwUteetcetelosuebofOMyeujiurchase. v WJBjtf " W. N4Bg;5BBJsJBJBBs ; t!'.v.: .P iff if,( -- .,; npp fcntr1 fora, claM, ftrilNMbl mm wi wiin wn w iwmw turn imi Hertford Republican. 2, hirorrtliie to Ky., moll oT,' of Missouri says THE MEN IN WILSON'S CABINET Sev- -' lw m-t- t-r nt tk of th Mfonrt ... NEY C. M. BARNETT. EDITORS ft jip city wine .nllv the people or tn Their Names. c State fo New York. onK oi-- the be'lef of observant and thoughtful onlookers, NOTICE TO'SUBSCRIBERS "Life la safer among the feudists SECRETARY OP STATU WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN, publicist and. Pntcm- - trrrji br pmwwntto n new of tle mollntan9 0f Kentucky than ddrMmn.tplthrolrt...llrv..lnn.nklat.Mhej boroUK,, ()f Manhattan. editor. Horn at SiiLetu, III., .March !'. ao"t jlSOO. Home, Lincoln, Neb. Educated will not t rrttiwd UvIiib l less futile In the Hltm Grow Cr.nllflt-- 1 jnnnn.crlpt Democratic enn- In the Bronx. Ben the scrub 'nn Illinois College. than tiiili(iiTnmrnnlllij "tmtt., - will rMflT no nolltlclans who sometimes work Into dldato for President of the I'nltod Anonymon. commnnlwitlnnDtttCtlCS. places of emcunient and honor hero States, lMtii, I'JUO and 1U0S. Served War. Made trlpM nrn a trifle clearer and less raven- - In Spanish-America- n 3 oils than the wolves who there provi around won'd In 1906 .....-.South sairr- -r at r.l hours of the daj and night ' between the purlieus of the Great SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY ' FRIDAY, AUGUST 29. .White Way anil the legislative red-- , WILLIAM GIUBS McADOO. lawvor' " 'llRht Ian,i rallroada president. Horn near M In the Capitol In Albany. .' "Judge Ilerrlck talks loftily of 'pre- - rPt(.,f Glltf October 31, ISRl. Home, Bettor to bo a peach In Georgia 'serving tlie dignity of the common- - v0w York City. Practiced law in Impeached In New York. than be wealth.' Alack, the day! It has ""(Tennessee and New York. Builder of Whatever man doubted that woman dignity to preserve. Its dignity was,frst tunnel under Hudson Blver N President of Hudson & Manhattan .had courage has had his doubts thrown to the dogs years ago. changed by the recent "developments one of the rogues who voted 'lm- Kaiiroad. peachiuent" cares a hill o' beans about! in clothes. .. nli, crimes and misdemeanors of ' .,.,-.- , a. Ivm ........ Now comes a scientist who says Sulzer. The court which tries hit" .r,n,cv. ji.itai, ,;. I'u. s ,'., that badness Is due to cutting the will be a 'mock court.' a majority of 'born VamAm x j. omo MerchaIlt. hair. He must nave a grnuge agams.. ns ...enmers juuges ... ainuncu "n. V3f le N. J. Son of an Episcopal cler-U-l Justice, patriotism, orn. truth . barbers. nnjthcr of fi ,W,V,K ? tei t0 havf Garrison, of the New Jersey Supreme Spanking .Mexico to punish Huertai graft and grafters to fight over the ,ntc to the chanccn A oot and to flourish one after anoth- Is not a job to Uncle Sam's Uklng real,IV0,ntciI by Court n 1j04 djie Is wisely trying to find some'er In corrupt succession, the pepole nianoellor .lajon iitney. now a looking on, Impotent ttnd dned. . -- -.. member of the United States Supreme wayto avoid It' -- "Public debt of the City of N'oW'fjourt Mjjinrire , ' A doctor has been appointed poet York rivals the national debt. We i Contempary read of the waipc.e regime in - laureate of England. ATT0RN'EY GENERAL ..AMES .. British noetry is quite sick enougn land wttn a Kinu oi wonner. i was MonKVNOLU. i rt.APlf ' , not a flea bite by comparison with to need the services of a doctor, E)kton K the system or pinage wnicn nonis ,,. v. 1 --- -". a r.P , h,o, ,tare, Now T 100-.Member stcnrpipe and clmAer, and now on Governor of California, escaped and It is hoped that he secmg no escape. , '. Vnvv nt . VPrSlt.V M - NEW WAY OF FIGHT-I- Nf trirnn tho sdlrs. I'm thankful .ho bally Interstate rommerco .on.....b8iU.. "Things are every ivhlt as bad as .will not be carried back to New ':?..; '"" ' IrnnHnfl taermometorvtto that's keeping tho '. slnco 1005, and at present chairman. York. Thaw was tried on the charge the.. were under Tweed. They were letMinnt Affnimnif L '.. v; iut. WHITE PLAGUE tally, while citizen's sweat, will ,L X.VIWJUJ i:noiii ir rna VtA.nn Jt mnixlnp nnrl nfntilt tori hilt ht WQ.S .mn ,ln.r soon cease to mount to the a W- - -- poor Wll.lam 8dm. o,4' to tbe a.ylm vrtl Za SECRETARY OF AGRICULTURE ikles, whllo Huffercrs, frying. gaz ifOUSTON. FRANKLIN DAVID University Chancellor. Born at Mon MottftVcles Used fo advantage bn t with sighs. I'm thankful ' which now Is too worse for less he is under Indictment, and a frameup;' vn that, like the dog, roe. N C, Fobriny 17, 1S66. Homo poets to rhym It, or prophets to Tbaw is under no Indictnmet. They jn tho fable, he was merely caught pnortACTwn liP.VRnn Mo. Educated at South in Educating Ai.nwnT St. Iotils, curse, will soon take a reef In this are trying to bring him back on a jn bad company." Unf-- j SIDNEY BURLESON, Congressman Crp;na Ccdrotfe and Harvard j sofr and reform, and then woll quit manufactured charge of conspiracy, facility. Untrersltf People. and lawyer. Born at San Marco. versity. Dean of beefln' because It's so warm. Watt and If he has brains to conspire he 'More Than Million Spent tO President "' p Tex. Educated at Texas A. and JI of Texas, 'i "iHITS. Mason. Us entitlea to nis ireeaom irom me Mechanical Colfge off - ' cultural and College, Baylor University and Release Thaw. asylum on the grounds of having a I Cliancellor Of Wash- reauU o an oxperm,cut 7nad0 of Texas. Assistant Clt At- Texas, 1902-0Harry K. Thaw was born In 1871, i 60UDU rainu. ulnf.o mgton unnersity, su 1885-9-Attorney torney Austin, 'son of William Thaw, of Pittsburg. Wisconsin- - last summer, motor , In Texas Judicial District, 1908. Forced out of Harvard University Twenty-sixt- h The whole country is thoroughly! cycles are employed In the Badger .Member of ConKress since iiisCTintPd with thp fleht over the In 18I for nlavlnir hlirh stakes at. 1891-9- 6. SECRETARY OF COMMERCE WIL- State to good advantage In the cru1899 and to Sixty-thir- d Kovernorshlp of the State of New poker. Congress- sade against the great whlto plague. LIAM O, REDFIELD, York. The whole trouble Is due to i From 1891 until 1901 toured Eu- man and nrtinufacturer. Born at' Al- A rural campaign ha been put on by f fant that finvrnnr Rlll70r would ronp. tho not do the bidding of Tammany Hall., i Met Ev'.yn Nesbitt In 1901, when SECRETARY OF THB NAVY JOSE-PHU- S bany. N. Y., June 18, 1858. Home, in the use of a ipotorccle which Is pen DANIELS, newspaper own- BrooWya, N. Y. Educated in public haps the iimt uniquo venture or its The frlst demand that Tammany made she was a chorus girl, en Sul zer after he became Governor , Entertained chorus girls and actres-wa- s er and editor. Born at Washington. scfeoote. Engaged in iron and steel kind evur attempted. The Wisconsin N. C, May 18, 1862. Home, Raleigh. manufactures since 1883. Served In Association Is proto pardon Charles Becker, the scs lavishly irom 1901 to 1906. d Congress. moting the'projecti .Married Evelyn Ncsbitt in 1905. N. C. Educated in Wilson (N. C) J police captain who has been senTwo health- - crusader, a lecturer tenced to death' "for having plotted against his mother's wishes. His Collegiate Institute. Editor of WI1-- " practically disinherited him, Bon, N. C, Advance at IS; of Raleigh. SECRETARY OF LABOR WILLIAM and an assistant, work together. They And caused the murder of Rosenthal, father Ra1885, BAUCHOP WILSON, former miner would compare with a knight and his and the gambler last year. The rldlcics but his mother settled an Income of State Chronla'e, leigh News and Observer since i94. and Congressman. Born at Dlantyre, squire of oldeh1 'times, except that part of the whole Impeachment pro- $fin ono a year on him. ceedings is the fact that Sulzer Is Started campaigning against stas- Democratic National Committeeman Scotland, April 2, 1862. Home, Bloss-,bur- Ihey both rMe Ian one steed, a gaso Pa. Came to United States In line steed, and differ from the knight toeing Impeached for acts which were foru unite ... iwo, spending- thou9 - from North Carolina r, 1870. Educated in public schools. Minanas or dollars for dertecuves. of old In that they are Independent committed before he became m Vi' SECRETARY OF THE INTERIOR Mem)et of National of tho hospitality of castles or er from 1871-9and no official is Impeachable . White was slain in 1906. FRANKLIN KNIGHT 'I.ANE. law- Executive Board, which organized except for acts committed while in for they carry a complete Cost of counsel in first trial or yer. Born on Prince 'Edward Island, United Mine Workers of America, camping equipment, sleeping out of office. A stlH more ridiculous thing si'aylng White estimated at $200,000. is that Sulzer is not being Impeach- Estimated cost o counsel, &c, In Canada, July 1.1, '1864. 'Educated at 1890. Member of Congress slnco 1907, doors and doing their own cooking. be af rid University of California. Practiced Author of bill creating Department cd because he is a bad governor, for ' second trial $150,000. The work consists of placarding No will not, and he has never Muring . Committed to Matteawan on Fob-th- e law in San Francisco. Candidate for of Labor. country with health signs and you he is the giving talks at creameries, country And sixteen years he was in Congress ' ruary 1, 1908, by Judge Dowfllng. voted for any measure but what was I Commitment confirmed by justice crossroads and small villages, wherdolayedv ever a crowd can be assembled. A worthy and patriotic. He Is being 'Morschnuser in Poughkeepsie in 1908. Impeached because he is a good gov-- , Estimated cost of proceedings $65,- village Is usually chosen for an I- We busy-- As llustrated locturo in tho evening. In ernor and refused to take orders from 000, busy be. Tammany Hall and her horde of cut working tho surrounding counrty dur Commitment again confirmed by ing tho day time, tho health evangeJustice Mills after second attempt to throat politicians and thugs. like yoii train fr3ailnm Kstlmativl frwt of urn. lists advertise tho ovpning lecture. We ceedings $u0,000. Three Cater attempts GOOD ROADS DAY. Stereoirtlcon views are a feature of this talk, which Is usually given to gain liberty. Estimated cost $125,- Missouri wanted "to see" her roads 000. out of doors. The stereopticon Is Ice Cream Eveiy Sffniaj improved, anil with true Missouri operated from the luggago carrier of Incidental expense of Thaw's con. . jBrit and determination she set about tho motorcycle, being connected with mltments, luxuries while in Tombs, t .accomplslhing the feat. &c, estimated $150,000. the gas tank which also supplios the Gov. Major, by proclamation, set headlight. Money alleged to hvae ben paid aside Aug jo and 21 .us "good roads CIff0r(J i&M)"i rt HartrI(l!e. counsel for The expense of this work Is comdaje," and invited every citizen of Thaw, "to keep some persons ipjlet,'' paratively small, since hotel bills w- - ' the state to oluntarlly give his ser $42.1,000. Schleimnor, 1'iop. are eliminated. The ground can bo vices to the task of "lilting Missouri Expenses of Thaw's mother In the covered rapidly and no tlmo Is wastHAf TFORD Ky- out of the mud." proceedings estimated at $150,000. ed waiting for trains. As many peoit is estimated that 2."0,UOO men, Maintenance of Evolyn Nesblt since ple can .be reached In the country In from the business centers and tho thu this manner as by tho ordinary lecmurder, estimated $50,000. farms, answered the call, and for Hiring detectives $15,000. ture tuor through cities. After their two days worked like common Kibor- -' opening In the falil, a talk in each Alienists for tho various hearings ItWl w A. ,Vin ...n.A 1.I..I...M. .. u.m u.o . . wh... ,phnt w.u .a.u .Sh.,,b ..J ... ......... ,...-,- , rural school will bo made part of thr M. BBSMMiHBMMBMMMSBSSflMtfMMBH viu iu wunill Ma county bywajs Men who- previously I program. This work cm b. mrl- freed0I estlmatpd CMt 75ooo. Knew a pick only by sight became in- (Jrand' tola, gpent sh SBSBSrfT ' on about six months out of the ye moth- -XTh " for him since he killed Stanford U.C WhUei A vast amount oi 111 health ' ..: ...... u..lH ,02()0 . ilioe g of shoulders and bankers , . to Impaired digestion. Whr A Xh OO Howard, SIOO. lecame temporarily the "men with SI stomach fails to perform its f .JKtt!ioo the hoe." They worked earnestly and The readers of this paper will be properly tho wholo system lluKioniea enthusiastically, mending lild roads pleased to learn that there Is at A few doses of deranced. '"WJMxsr- and making hundreds of miles of least one dreaded disease that science Uila'n TwbletB Is all you ..w new ones, and at the end of the two has been able to cure In all its win strengthen your Rostlon, day they had done, as a freo-wl- ll of. stages, and that Is Catarrh. Hall's Vlgornto your liver, an.' fering, work that would have cost the Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure i jugulate your entirely do) 'uway wltD state In dally wages $1,500,000, now known to tbe medical fraternity. that miserable, feell Ms ' to faulty money this represents Incalcu- datarrh being a constitutional treatdigestion. Try It. u,tTS 1 .Missouri, but In ment. .Hall's Cure s taken Internally, J been permanenO t7-lable BtfYanafl why not Furnished by W. E. ELLIS, Hartford,. 9 'cured youT Fqc sale b' patriotism arid stale pride It measured acting directly upon the blood and ' . Ky. Many stockmen have proven tha. 'itllillca3cT. even higher up the scale. It W4.8 ttjmucouft burfaces of the system, there . It does make a big dlfferoaco' what Walt'Maso wonderful sight to nee an army of oy destroying the foundation of the ,m uara oi kind. of. corn they feed their cattle. I'm tliani 250,000 men from tho business, disease, and giving the patient TOM DUTLfiR. '3' M Ulut autumn will And what Is true of caUls, Is. true of 'ivWlvnd the nom- - shortly hn and fanning walks .of life strength by building up the constU TO THE VOTERS 'OF OHIO COUNTY , toW, the files watch me all slock. blistering their hands with tutlon and assisting nature in domination for the office of Sheriff on tb Dertocra'tlc 'tlcltet, August the 2d, swat 'em cheerfully diaappeaf. Vm IT PAYS A LARGE DIVIDEND the Implements" of manual labor un- Us work. Tbe proprietors have, o 1913, I thank the good people, lu uearU, for their hoapltaljy and the thankful August full soon .will 1ft 7 be mlr corn ank der a burning August sun, and ask-l- mucn taitr in ub curative powers tha vote the) gave me in toe primary. feed' good, fresh,. No. 04, Mr It'" tbs gonedogeet old select oats. They are mora, uqut moot' they offer One Hundred Dollars for not a penny In return. I trust tbe good people of this edu'nty will see cause to elect me as ,Vb tnMul that 'l e ,totj win Next year Gov, Major will ask the any case to cur. Send for Jlst of tes- their Sheriff on November 4, 1913, I ozUed, I assure you 1 will so ins. 'isicomlws apace, 'iFer Vhen we be- governor, of every state In tho Unldn timonials. arrange my business as to movie Mb Hartford and give my special atAddress: place; bowsiitoer'hsve fun on the B to Issue with blm a "two road daya" F. J. CHENEY & Co., Toledo, O. tention to the duties of said office. la.yeftrnr, how wot to proclamation, calling for' the volun- , Sold by Druggists, 75c. I assure you I would apprefclau the honor of heiag Sheriff of Ohio IM seal, the trusty baseburher, 'itie Ths PredusKiMsrafesMr. 5 Take Hall's Family Pills for conatl- - county. And if tary service of tie 'ifStflLft . Respectfully, to'tte1 l!HARTFOrlD, " -- ' WiiriHiMftiuia coskV Hv'9w (Pd. Advertlsemeltt.. 7U.) ikese other fitatee do nor kaew how paties KENTUOK T. E. BUTLER. il iAthiaker, who swelters sad swears, are, Address all communications The Hartford Republican. fOB', Incapable, WATTERSON ON NEW YORK. Henry Watterson, In the Courler- ' Journal, has this to say of the New New York ore ospoc- While They Have Been There - eral Months Many Forget V to lIomnntcg For Rain to Break Your Wheal Ground With THE OLIVER CELEBRATED RIDING PLOW I . - 1 i ' 'e ,,..., w Preparation can begin right now for a bumper wheat crop next year. The Oliver turns the ground better. Hides all the weeds straw or grass better and pulls easier than any other plow made. These are not mere assertions. If you will give us an opportunity we will demonstrate the whole truth of the above statements. Call up and we will send our plow and plow man to see you. . f8' EvW,- HJJ S?JfS: Lwmmmwmmmmmmmmmmmm MfciMMaiailK IMIMMIMI E. P. BaLrrves (L Bro., . KENTUCKY. BEAVER DAM, ' o..t.a . ..",: :....? . MW.lLctZeTto 1899-190- 2. -- i- - Hil-versi- ty 5. 0. Hake a Trip to Our Bakery I Sixty-secon- i. g. Gov-rno- 8. .Don't one hurt you'll nttt be I are usually as can But little tots manage to see Sped . HprrP(rvi!'rM.!iB. HARTFORD J. BAKEE I ' j U- ... Raised on Corn tm -- - "' ..,a, """' arm-swin- "" '"'... ' "er i)rox, J " ', , f.-- loun. ot 'iat t !: - cltlx. ,et'to W. E. ELLIS jfMAMt TmmiifWtB!' tmt SfaAMflsaflCfeefl Mr. .lolm II. Thomas, of Narrows. (Ih spending a low days In llnrtford. I DOG TAX FUND - 4 ( Attorney Krntst Woodward buslniss In Louisville trans-act- IS FALLING 8FF School Per Capita Will Be Below Vi Mr. V. T. Krown, routo 1, Rey (And nolds, was a caller at tins office yes terday. that of Last Year. Atl Itev. I)wry Tlchfenor, of Center-towwas :i caller at this office ' k iSS" n, 7A ' IBourl ZVEJIY THWCl mtmMmmMWM $Rattv &i:iyou'i xb'feiMK)iiBW M ASdHBEVarWt iX j7s,fi&Wmtt2txmkMxi m k n-- ah 4 i 5VafflW5ffwff ' ('j.'i iivi icMiii .' , i i ' u a v,imnT''n Mr. W. Lnlli.H n 11 11 Ul Uk li. Maddov, Kchols, was a t)tmi1ttfrfili nfflPft Tli u. mi 1I1U Thursday. Cntit. ij i i .. Koown. travcllnc rcprcsentathe for the J. I. Case Co., liaH been spending a tow uajs nero this week with his lfe- - John . ! f i u t7wmm&mim wm a jh ...H'ii'f?;ir'"wi vf1; Miss Miss r.lsio Matthews and Maude Uennlson, of Han.l ton, Olilo, ..... .......I- - ., ilw. frirtllnKl f fl t )l . Mr. Hebf-- r ler, W M sM f II KM If M Black Cat w1-w JHWf ' IVJIV ISES?' Sr 1 .Less Panting 'Morewear Send your children Vo Vchool wearing , Black Cat Stookings. Note how Vnuch longer they wear. See how little darning th'ey need. The heelB ftr "extended, the toes and knees are reinforced bo thtoy give double the wear of ordinary'stock-ingTttey are made especially for childreii who are Hard on dockings." We BpecialiBG On feVabk Cat because We ktloW they glve'the wear atfd Satisfaction, yott toand: The makers of Biaifc 'Cat . Stocking hiaVe, been raakihg them for 30 $fcars. They certainly rmVe learned in that llmefao to make BtockingB thai Wear. k Matthcwm Mottng picture phows every Friday ?ind Saturday tilghts at I)r. Ueans oiwra house. New songs and new pictures. AdwlBslon 10c Mrs. Edwin Cooper has returned to her home at Nashville, Tenn., after an extended lslt here with lire parents, Col. and Mrs. C. M. Harnett. There wl'.l bo preaching services Presbyterian at the Cumberland Church Sunday morning and evening by Itev. G. U. McDonnld, of,Greenvil-e- , Ky. Mrs. A. V. Gdodln and children, ., 'who have been the guests of her.par-nntj.Cox. re Cant, and Mrs. S. K. turned to their home In Charleston, --. 'Mo., 'ist Tuesday. ; ready to Insure your horses, I am I Jacks. mule3 and cattle against death frnm lirtv rRis. E. fe. DinKHEAD, Agl Ry. Live Stock Ins. Co. 52tf. I m ready to Insure your horses, Dr. Wilson. Osteopath, is at the jacks, mules and cattle against death Commercial Hotel at Hartford every from any cause. Tuesday and Friday from 12 o'clock E. E. BIRKHEAD, 5tf. noon until 7 o'clock p. m. Agt. Ky. Live Stock Ins. Co." '52tf. -?44-1.4,. J J Aug. 25. On acFrankfort, count of a railing off of about CO per cont ln the collection of dog taxes this year, the total school per capltu, which Includes the tba'jance of the doir tax fund In each county after paying sheep claims, is slightly be low thut of last yeaar. It Is the plan to have the dog lax cpiestoln presented before the, County Teachers' Institutes next year and enlist the teachers In urging a complete assessment of dogs. The per capita apportionment to Jefferson county schools, Including Iouls 4'e. this year, will be $1.01. There are 07,875 pupils In the coun ty and the State fund apiwrtionment of 14 per canlta Klves the county bal $271,500. To this Is added ance due from last ear, $llo.2b interest on county bonds, and $GS0.05 dog tax. The schools of Bath, Bourbon, Carlisle, tirroll, Clark, Fayette, Frank-.l- n, Fulton, Gallatin, Garrard, Grant, Green, Harrison, Henry, Hickman, Jessamine. Lincoln. Madison, Mason, McLean, Mercer, Montgomery, Nelson, (I'dham, Owen, Scott, Shelby, Todd, Trigg and Woodford will receive no money from the dog tax. Robertson receives the highest to tal per capita, $4.44; Bullitt comes next vTa $4.12, and Livingston third with $4.40. Grant gets only $1. K, W m rt m R. EVOLVED THAT To STUDY VAUJE5 COMES To U5. WE HAVE LEARNEP To tfET WHAT YoV WANT irroWWAHT gh ANL MAKE. I"- - N riClt.C RkJHTO-WECA- curjjF0R. KEEP TOUKIRAP&. CLOTHING YOU OWE IT TO YOURSELF ToCoME INTO OUR. STORE AND .SEE HOW WELL WE CAN PLEAJE YOU IN A .SUIT AND A FALL OR WINTER 0VERC0AT. YOU CANNOT ONLY DEPEND UPON THE STYLE, MATERIAL AND MAKE OF THE CLoTHEJ WE JELL YOU, 5UT AL-SUPON THE PRICE. WE SELL ONLY RELIABLE CLOTHING, AND WE PRICE IT AS LOW CAN BE SOLD RELIABLE CLoTHE-FOR. CoME'IN AND LET MS F16URE WITH YOU ON NOT ONLY CLoTHINfi, BUT EVERYA-- THING YOU HAVE TO BUY. ween, jio" VVHI Open iniB Goods. 'shoes for Men, Boys, Ladies and 'children for Sunday and for school We are receiving dally New Fall !.,.,. CAIISON & CO. ' Misses NcTUe Orr, Ml. Cidttael, 111.; Elizabeth Tyron,, Taltcdtt, Ohl;o and Portia Clark.ABhhinld.Ohlowho have INCORPORATED. been .thp guesta t Miss Mary Elizabeth Felix faaVb returned home-Prof.-- Wlssell Cooper of Fordsvlll; was ft Hartford yesterday on fcto to Centertown, iwhere he Is VHliclpaVof the Bchool this year, and REPUBLICAN TICKET VM1 begin school .next Monday. Mr. andMrs7"li(UJa lauzy and Mr. iMaddox, Sr., deceased, yhotfiftam-llnate- d TRUCE AGREED ON 'and Mrs. Ed. TlUord. of Morgantown, at the recent primary election N. B.. White.. nrrp in Hartford, yesterday. Mr. TH- for' said office' at said 'eJleetMitf.TB Judge M. L. Heavrln. jford ,was here to hid on some of For County BY THE MILITANTS (various prectocts will besaieaed County Court Clerk Claude the privileges for he Ohio uouniy For Blanketfship. to one delegate to eacn z& ji;eKes or Stockings &i all Te carry Black Cat Cfrtftdren's , iMfrflnn fharfiflf 111 at SLf tllA reCflfit. . Fair In September . E. Smith. For County Attorney-rCpair; Cotton, 15c and Republclan primary electlbn." Pre Mr. H. H. Davis and daughter, Miss ffifcu and three grades Fdr 8heriff fi. O. Keown. Letter From Mrs. Fankhurst cincts will be entitled to the followIrene, of Centertown, were In Hart- For Ifaller W. P. Jlldklff. as well1 as tbfe, makers $i'lk Lisle, 35c a pair, Arid we ing vote under this call: Simmons, ford Wednesday. The latter Is Shows Something Doing in - 2; Cool Springs 2; McHenry 4; N. For School SupL Henry Leach. , ing (lessons In elocution and expres guarantee them. , For Assessor D. E. Ward. Rockport 6; South Rockport 5. ToUl sion from Mrs. J. Ney Foster, una For. Surveyor C. S. Moxley. Peace Line. 19. Necessary to a choice 10. This is the etore 'for your chridt&ta school from Miss Margaretto music lessons RUey. 'Furnish-iug- s, For Coroner Dr. A. B. OTTO C. MARTIN . Nail. ; Shoes, Jftftta, Caps, GW68, outfit Ch'm'n.'Rep. Ex. Com. Mr. H. E. Mlscake, the Wda'l ag- Magisterial Diet. No. 1 Ed Shown. attractlve.rr)iIces. all the 'inost London. Aug. 26. Rumors .which RAMEV E. DUKE. ent for the L & N., is spending this Magisterial Dist. No. 2 Sam Leach. ' ' have been current of a truce between Sec'y. Rep. Co. Ex. Com. , near week with relatives In and Sch6dl Things Here. Magisterial Dist. No. 3 To be filled militant suffragettes and the Buy All VKtor 'Children's the During his absence the of Magtsterlall Dist. No. 4 Geo. Rowe. British government, seems to Jlnd Comingl fice Is In charge of his assistant, Mr. Mau. Dist. No. 5 Wlnson Smith. Bupport in a letter written today by 'Mr. Haram, oi Clarence Barnard. Magisterial Dist. No. & W. S. Deau. Mrs. Pankhurst to her followers adThe Ohio County Fair, Sept. 24. Dundee, is temporary operator. F. Rice. Magisterial Dist. No. 7.- -B. NoW ts the vising them to take a holiday forthe 25, 26 and 27, 1913. Mr. J. A. C. Park and" daughter,' Magisterial Dist. No. 8 present. She says: opportune time to commence pre- ..,... n.n.l. nnn't t.i.t It nff. Miss Mable, routo 3, Hartford, left 'I am gathering up strengtn ior I have placeed an order for the Tuesday afternoon for Oakland, Okla., them on any 23, a renewed battje when the holiday You can not feed where .Miss Park will teaeu this mm- - third car "of Arab since June you RMSmi 1b over. 1 hone that AVprVQTIB.i.... feed than Arab Horse Feed, you are In need of Arab, e)r. Mr. Park will return In about 1913. t rf of sold by W. E, ELLIS, Produce Mera v now, as I can't of you also will take advantage ten days. His son. Prof. Cecil Park, had better order 5t4. In political activity chant. Hartford, Ky. In stock. Will likely be out the present lull Is principal of the high school at keep It Special to take the rest and change you have before another car arrhes. Oakland. ton for cash. Don't ai'.l so richly deserved." Farmers Meeting Called. Taylor, who lias been em- prices by the Mr. Hoyt Another Indication that an agree grocery for get Arab confused with other nlfaim ployed in Mr. J.'C. Iler's is the cessa Calhoun, Ky., Aug. 23. At a mass foeds. Arab contains no screenings ment has been reached en-- , some time, left Wednesday afternoon , i--. nicotine of tobacco growers of Mc Mrs. W. H. Moore is qmie in . material. Sold by tion by the authorities of the or wiy worthless for Afton, Alabama, where he wil' W. E. ELLIS, Produce, Merchant, forcement of the "cat and mouse act." Lean and adjoining counties held at ber Uome on UlUou 8treet. accept a position as rodman with suffragtetes sen- the court house In Calhoun, Ky., Sat5t4. Out of forty-thro- e Hartford. i a Air. luuuey a. Mjw " 29. parents ftt the L & N. railroad company. Mr. tenced to Imprisonment for. various urday Auk. 1M. 1913. for the purpose FRitiAYr AUGUST Sunday with Mrs. Duke's Taylor has many friends in Hartford of promoting the Interests of the to- offenses, only one la now In Jail. Church Sunday. Select. who wish him well, and iwo prediot It Is widely "jelleved that Mrs. bacc grwers of Kentucky tho Preaching service will be held at rou w r. resolution was unanlmourfy a bright future for him. at last has agreed to a M.1H. k E. Railroad Time Table" the Methodist Church this coming Pankhurst order to strengthen the adopted by said body. Viz.: truce, In Toward "the" close of the Institute Sunday, both morning and evening. office Monday. Rosolved: That theie be called hands of those members of the Brithore last week one of the young men at Hartford, Ky. Ill be prepared to come to the ser growguest of teachers lost his pocket book, conish cabinet who are working to make mass meetings of the tobacco Mlss Lucllo Plrtle was the Monday vices. L.'fc N. time 'curd effective Go-e- n , the enfranchisement of women a. gov- ing district at once, for the purpose of Cromwell, Sat- - tained $125. After searching In vain Flener. Miss ' Aljow me to speak to you concern-'Aug. 2lBt. I of sd'ecting as uiuny as two delefor his puree, announcement of the ing choir practice. We meet this com ernment measure. urday and Sunday 7:19 a. m gates from each Magisterial District LNo.'112sNbrth Bound due loss was. made 'before the Institute. I Rtevens. who has been evening and do every in said counties, to attend a meeting As Boon as possible after the uaiiy except quiiuuj. Twenty Dollars in Gold. LouteVV-l night and expect all who sing lu the guest of relatives In ... 'of tobacco growers ..to be hold at Heu- one of the, young men Bound due 1:15 P jn. iffo.H North choir to be present to practice returned home Tueaaay. Wlll be given by W. &. ms, me n t Saturday edited Supt. Leaoh asjde and Inform- tho songs unless you are Blck and nrnduco merchant of Hartford, ut the In September, 1913, at 10 o'clock a purse tne, Mr. J. M. Lane, of Waaiungion, al him that he had found the 8:45 a. m. t! can not come. No.'115'South Bo'und due Ohio County Fair, for best saddle m. And that a copy of this be given Pa., was In Hartford 'Wednesday look and after proper description it was daily except Sunday. It will be a Kood idea to remember and harness horse, either sex, any to each of the variuos county papers Ijna-e- r oil lntereBte turned over to the owner. The p. m-- i ing after his admonition, for If wre do not age, fed on Arab Horse Feed bought to be publslhed at once. ..Uo.'H3 South Bound due 1:46 of the purse is to be connrMed this So all qf him. Must enter contest by Sep Miss Cornelia Wortham, who has '"dally except Sunday. one whatever we shall soon have no choir. R. M. WARD, Chairman. honesty for no been the guest of Miss Mattyo Duke, for his cordially Invited to come to the tember 1, 1913. First prize is ?i5.uu, MISCHKE. Agt. ' H. E. J. B. MOSELEY, Secretary. could have ever known he had found stre W6. returned to Dundee Saturday. uespecuuuj, services sunuay, second best, $3.00. It. r, W. E. SAVILLE, Pastor. Mr. p. D. Tweddell, rural letter Notice to Water Users. . Purii nrAu'er. a necro who .was Is visiting hU carrier on route 7, Hartford, was a Magisteral District Convention. - '':lT6f. W. R. Hedrick wrested and placed in, the QW Osteopath. Persons who have hydrants must a wwwv4 nd A nflf pleasant caller .at thlB office Tues- I county Mi At.M. .thO -l .v Of DAniiVtl(ABn fiPTH rrw father at Odin. 1 " aooui tuiw " Is at the not attach hose and leae water day. , Dr., .Wilson, Osteopath, Magisterial District and air running over charged with crlralnlally knowing a children they are not ".' Hartford every Rockjiort . Mwi, M.A. Faught and Commercial Mr. And Mrs. J. H. B. Carson, were i 16 yeaw ue (a Xel Tuesday and Hotel atfrom 7 a. m. to persons who Intend tq support toe allowed to usenight, andwater gardens. same to from Owensboro. Friday , V. imve returned coming Tuesday morning In the Eastern marketathU week owf. escaped W- - Republican ticket at the pim. family ine aode for theflrHiaf Oarwn & We want everybody to have plenty He naa sawoa 1:30 Bifictlon. are hereby, called .judge John B. Wilson and about 7 o'clock. thU Co., of ikrtford. , of water, and It Is not fair to those A t mnt in their respectie precinct vlilted, relatives lu rreuuw through, the Inner cage and hid In The Boy. The Mai N $1' . of living at end or near eadof,.pipe Saturday, 30th day opened a aW lot of Percals the corridor. wncn ne auer, "yfcek. 'a man of .high social position was at 1 o'clock oa for Dumose of select- - line to be shut of from the .water .. . .... thmg for P. MIdklff. went up to take break at mis. vuiuea w""- -- and Ginghama-rju- st day te between, them Mr. A. lva,Na stay over a couple of by the coBStnt A, V fast to the prisoners. Brewer came forced to country town. Desiring to Ing delegates to..attend thejWrict and the tank. TlnteM 'persons .at?VT 'toltk, Owve. Warren county, thli school dresses. CARSO$ &. CO. down the stairway that the Jauer In a'temll knowing convention, to be new aj.ppnp IW. tend to their hydrants and keep UasaJinSgetlc wan bad Jut 'gone up. He went dlre post some letters and not WANTED-.ReWal- le. ,"' e, said on Uw 1st day of SepJfptl nver niikt.. w4 Bhall 'OO. OS3Grundy, vho was the to find the Mlw Lula rwhlle.the Jailer where fetlee olnaori to shut 'water off wherever re-- to sell LubrlcaUBB oils, greases and to the .bottoms and want to nomtaato a candWa1 ticket, pelled Mil. Katie Pendleton Black made a to 'a small boy gruffly. "Son, I the Pea? on the paints In Ohio aod 'adjacent counties and Sheriff' T. H. a..-- ; A go to the 1U A.. ha, KUUlie electhis is neglected. fce search for the prisoner, they were to ,o. said tho to be voted for at .. w.. arcoBMtanted. .ijy Baimrv or CoatmWsleH. .. . .... Kentucky ..Ugfet,,-'Q.Vc.'. i.t "All .right hurry ek." l. owing w uc u' .IK -Uiaawe to: locate him. -- -' l TifiaAiii in j -'-- 'Kaiwi- v.aj.. tion, 1913,. in plf. Pf Hi i. Pendl- WHW?.r-:VJ.L 77 . .: ,. boy aooUiiujly. LlppincoU't. r--- " v H- - M V.'V QW WiMW' wtio. tdaKyp , 6U( .. s CARSON & CO. Hartford, Kentucky. yy C&t 25c'. tk v at " llor, riarttora nepuum.- -- ng sandr c ing-Frid- n-d- ay or - ' jut 'e V lid aw r post-offic- -- am .w..' post-office- ." IfeMp, - ." r JTr Rpuly. a ,..i- i tEST jOImtcmI OF PURIFYING AGENTS WAY TO RAISE THE DAHLIAS Plants Grow Stronger From Cuttings and Roots Mode of Planting of ' -Murh Imnortance. .. SPRAY MACHINF. , Sheriff's Sale. By virtue of a sessment rendered Court in an Hhoads, ot al, on on . "tohiw "xThe I t ......... ..ttt Tw MIssoiitV,cd 'lave patented a Charcoal and quicklime are the boat "i mr Jinniii iiKAUUEini( , A good dahlia must bloom from useful farm'aMiIne In tho spraying known purifiers. The best plan for Ullzlng charcoal In the food closet July until frost: and If i Ucob not, nppnratus shown Ifi'the illustration. It In Hartford, Ky,, offer for safe to - in iha collar hlno whnrn frulln or tllscnrd It. aw tSTho beautiful is merely the XV. idea the highest and beat bidder the fol- uOTven!' on sorno plants in July and put to other HeB. A light cart has a Ijv.lng described tract or parcel of . neTEag; AWTfiz1fiSn net August, very douTafe, flno striped, fly tank nounfed in tho front and con- - land bounded as follows: 7 By tho lands of Whi. Greer, Frank will do. MaKe" JTSumber pj bags suf; the; jnidtjle ol October the nojvcjswere , Rojiokls, Sim Ulcliards and Foster tlclgntly large to hold severajlarge half tho 'Slio;, what were striped bo-Jftarpifor cnafcoalt to not powder the fore, at thai time were of one color, Reynolds; coitalnlnn To acres, nil of charcoal, ut Tfii tho bags with the and nearlvHlnele. which was adjudged to bo benefited WiLnad KeyWs White for several lumps, Stid after they have had an by tho establishment of said ditch, to display their marvelous years; iV'grew four feet tall; last and which land una assessed at $140, coukcs first .Monday In inch, smells" jower to absorb all sorts of bad fttmos-jpbe- year itgrew eight and ten feet, A with G per cent penalty. month, plant like that Is no more 'good. and mustlncss, and leave the. Quarterly Court nefclns Said property Is levied upon and ofon the pure and sweet, their, usefulness Dahlias can be grown from seeds; February, May, fered for sale as the property of fourth Monday in over, nemethber that the they grow stronger than fromcuttings will not be August and November. John Coleman. .power of charcoal to servo Its puri- and roots, only it is hard to find good Court of Claims Convenes first Gt3. T. H. BLACK, S. O. C. Tuesdny In Jnnunry and first Tuesfying purposes 1b proportioned to Its seeds, now we are in the cheap Beed day in October. freshness, and the freshening process business, but the man who has good One of the most common ailments packets for once Othrr County Officers C fi. Mox-leis restored by heating. At leastdown, nrtlclo does not sell that hard working people arc afflictSurveyor, Fords lilts 'Ky., 15. bags 10 cents. a week take the charcoal kept ed with is lanio back. Apply Chamber F. D. No. 2; Bernard FWfx, Assesfor tho If you want dahlia roots for next ,hipty them In a flro pot pin's Liniment twice n day and mas-sag- o sor, Hartford, Ky., It. V, V. No. 2; purpose and heat the charcoal very year, plant them in small pots and I Henry Leach, Ilnrtlumps may then let them remain all summer. Keep Co parts thoroughly at each ford, Dr. A. B. Superintendent, Harthot. The freshened RUtty, Coroner, Spraying Machine. bags and serve them over winter like the old roots; application, and you will get quick ford. be restored to the net and start them again in the spring. A new period of usefulness. JUSTICES' COURTS. in. nected with a cross pipe with a scries relief. For sale by all dalors. Boxes of lime and Jars of plaster 1 do not say this Is absolute, but it of nozzles depending from Lcsllo Comlia, Hartford, Tuesday it In tho after 3rd .Monday In March. Tuiwilnv are very effective In absorbing damp- is the best way to raise dahlias so back. The powder that the Sheriff's Sale. tank con'nffnr. '11 Al. ..!.. I.. !.. m ness, but their useful properties aro far. Is forced through the nozzle unBy virtue of a Judgement and as'" .. r.Mon r The specialist does It, and It Is my tains ... .not fully secured unless these disincw...Vw , . ..VU der sufficient pressure to spray it In sessmont rendered in the Ohio Coun- day after 3rd Monday In December. fecting and purifying absorbents can experience since 1S67. It is claimed all directions. The machine Is de- ty Court in the motion of C. It. John II. Miles, Rckport, Friday be placed In the best form to be effec-tlv- e by dahlia growers that dividing the signed primarily for the purpose of Rhoads, et nl, on ilotlon for Public nfter 3rd Monday In March, Friday easily handled. In the form roots will degenerate almost all tho spraying and inscctide over growing plants after 3rd Monday In June, Friday of a pad with the layers of lime or varieties; that Is the reason we have and is a big improvement on the hand Ditch I will on the 1st diiy of Sep &ftpr '.Wl It. CAtin.nl.nM lnmlnv .plaster or a combination of each even-3- y such a fow good flowers. tember, 1013, at tho court house door Friday after" 3rd .Monday Jn De- many will bellevo method of doing this work, being not In Ilnrtford, Ky., Of course a good distributed, their absorbent qualoffer for sale to comber. that u cutting will not flower and only much more thorough, but much the highest and best bidder the folifies will be more than doubled. 3. Scbtl, Cromwell, Wednesday O. make roots to keep over winter, but It more speedy, as it sprays seven or lowing described tract or parcel of after 3rd Monday In March, Wedis not true; tbey were raised that eight rows at once. Such a machine nesday after 3rd Monday In June, '.WOMEN'S BANK MEETS WANT way many yeartTagD, gnd that is the might alBO be used to sow certain land bounded as follows: Wednesday after 3rd Sepkinds of seed, like grass seed, that did Dy the lands of S. L. Phillips, Win. tember, Wednesday Monday In Bug-way they are raised today", jfl. aftei Stu Mon' Greer and llonry Loyd: containing day London Institution, Run By and For not have to be dropped in rows, lu December. land, France, Qermany and other coun" Proved the One Sex, ,r " "'1 rTKr 7g-John II. Miles, Rockport, Friday iT acres, 42 of which was ndjddsfedj tries " a Success. "S. Tillage Is Manure. U is the reason, too, that the Amerito be benefited by tho cataliHchnXent after Drd Monday n .March, Frlcny after 3rd Monday In June, Friday The old maxim that tillage is ma- of said ditch, and which, Inmi cans dg not care much Tor dahlias; as as.. The possibilities of banking as a 3rd .Monday In they havo been deceived too much. nure has been shown to be true" at sessed at $33(5.00, credtttd by $252. afterafter 3rd Monday September, Friday career for women have been demon- They buy old roots and get an old Cornell university farm, where exIn December. 3. C. Jackson, SatCentcrtoun, strated bv Farrow's Bank for Women, degenerate plant, sometimes six feet periments were made in that direc- with 6 per cent penalty oh balance. urday after 3rd Monday in March, Said property Is levied upon and whlcJi was naTreuratejLa, Jtojjpie of itjU and more, and not a blossom In tion. Somo plots of potatoes vbr Saturday after 3rd Monday In June, gSaJJi agoinTofluotf, and which, n&fiP sightT as many ns elght tlmt&, offered for sale as tho property of Saturday uftcr 3rd Monday In Sep! cultivated v Ageo entirely uy wulucu, tnu la t)cthher. when the night are and In. (very case the greater the the heirs of Frank Colonists de- tember, Saturday after 3rd Mondai .nccpful that it was recently moved' cool, the degenerate snows buds, and J fifimber of times the plants were ceased. Jn December. andetalarged quarters.. m. c. cook, Rnrrow, Tuesday afthe larger the yields 'com- 5t3. T. H. fiLACK, fi "O. C. in Jh opinion if the frost Hoes hoi catch them, they pared with plots on which fewer culter 2nd Monday In March, Tuesday The barb's success, RfellTyT uieinanager, Is will flower maybe two weeks, and after 2nd Monday in .May, Tuosday. W Mrs. Kate Sheriff's Safe. in color and tivations were given. afler 3rd Monday in August, Tueslargely djie to the hearty support It the flower be deficient The level culture was better than size. They Wame the weather, etc., it By virtue of a 3u'ftpt;ment and as- day after 2nd Monday in November. has, celved from, women.. altogether, but the hilling. Two lots, cultivated eight sessment rendered lin Ohio County Weather Thomas Sanders, Olaton, Wedneseagerness with which women is not theplanting. times, left perfectly level through day after the second Monday in mode of the season, produced at the rate ot Court In an action' of C. It. Rhoads, March, Wednesday after 2nd Monday of all classes and from all parts of per et al, on motlHn for Public Ditch I In .May, Wednesday after 3rd 'Monday 384 and 357 bushels the empire took up the idea of an inDRAIN MOUTH acre, bushels and three lots cultivated Dve will on the "1st day of September, In August, Wednesday after 2nd Monstitution devoted entirely to their PROTECTS THE times, produced 349 bushels, 325 1913, at thetourt house door in Hart day in November. eeds was in itself a proof that Far--roGrant Pollard, Fordsvllle. Tuesday novel departure was fulfilling a Entrance Can Be Kept From Being bushels and 288 bushels, the last lot ford, Ky., 'offer for sale to the highClosed by Building Cement Wall after 2nd Monday fn 'March, Thursfang-fe- lt being billed at the final cultivation. want," Mrs. Rellly said. est 'Olid best bidder the following day after 2nd Monday 'In .May, ThursWires Keep Cattle Away. "Onr bank gives women the prividesArtoed tract or parcel of land day after 3rd Monday in August, Trees In Boston Commons. lege of consulting one of their own Thursday after 2nd Monday in NoThe bank at tho mouth of a drain According to Frederick E. Olmstead, bounded as follows: cx about their business affairs. By the lands of J. P. Rhoads,, vember. business transacted here is should be kept from caving and clos- In Country Life In America, it has 'cost The J. L. Fatten, 'Ralph, Friday after with a be .the same as that transacted by any ing it This can stone done brick wall the city of Boston about $7,650 per James JHIIer heirs, W. c. White a.nd, 2nd Monday Tn March, Friday after and S. P. Whltely; containing 40, acres, 2nd Mondayln May. Friday bank, and the fact cement wall, or a acre to put the trees on the Arty 'acres ther Joint stock after 3rd that all our staff consists of women Is serves the same purpose. Any injury of Boston Common in good 'coadltljh. 35 of which will be benefited, by the Monday 1n August, Friday after 2nd gjeod evidence that one sex is not It cost $7,650 per acre to trferich 'the, establishment of said ditch, and whlc Monday in November. ILVRTFORD POLICE COURT. gifted than the other In accu-an-d soil and supply proper plr.nt'fbod, and. land was assessed at $190, 'orcdlteq C. M. Crowe, Judge; John H. Wll-boa head for figures. about $100 per acre to protect from by $280, with C per cent on balance. . varZWwy L 9Jbm TstfWr C Attorney; J. P. Stevens, . City "A feature of our establishment insect ravages. It 1b 'said that the Said property is levied iiitoh and Marshal; Court convenes second Monr 1 a. rendexvous room for our land in this same common 'or' park has offered for sale as the "property of day ln'each month. Uaats. where they can meet their a valuation of $864,329 'per acre. This CKy Councll-- I. H. Williams, Mayrtmde and write letters." means an actual cost:at six per cent. the heirs of Cecil McElroy. T. H. BLACK, S. 'O.'C. ! or; 'R. T. Collins, Clerk; E. P. Thomo'f 'over $51,000 per. 5t3. In loss of taxes as, Treasurer. Members of Council -- Robert Hoover, P. B. Taylor, acre. And yet Some of our larger Model Farm Colony. J. H. Sheriffs Site. towns and cities 'begrudge spending a B. Carson, E. P. Moore, Fred Cooper, Brasilian "Jornal do Commer-mk-" few hundred dollars occasionally In By virtue of a judgment nrid as- W. J. Bean. announces that the minister of School Trustees E. B. their parks. sessment rendered in the Olrlo'Cdunj-t- ton, Chairman; W. Dr. Barnes, Pendleftarrr of the state of Parana has H. Secreof'-C- . from the Brazil Railway com-g$R. tary; Dr. J. W. Taylor, W. S. TlnBley Court in an action Careful Breeder. report of the development of a on motion 'for Public and J. D. Duke. A breeder of fancy poultry, who Rhoads, ct al, the faxenda at Carambahy, on the RELIGIOUS SERVICES. hatches his chicks altogether with Ditch 1 will on the 1st a'aybf Seprailway north of Fonta Grossa, which Protected Drain Mouth. South Services hens, 'gets the straw matting around tember, 1913, at the court h'oiisc1 door t M. E. Church, M acquired by the company to and the possibility of growing to the mouth of the tile whereby the bottles and tea, and lines bis nest box- in Hartford, Ky., offere' tor' Bale to morning and evening every first Sunthird Sunday in month. wheat, the latest modern machinery water is held is ruinous to the whole es, to prevent possible breakage of thq highest &nd best bidder the fol- day school 9: 45 a.each Prayer meetin. Eighty system. Wires placed over the end eggs against the sides of the box. He lowing described tract 'or parcel ol ing every Wednesday evening. Rev. feeing Imported therefor. changes this frequently, as a precau- land bounded as follows: 'fconsee have been built for colonists, will keep stock from damaging it. Savllle, pastor. tion against mites. Bounded by tho lands of W. ColeBaptist Church Sen Ices morning aad o far fourteen families have been established in them. The fazenda FEW FLOWER GARDEN NOTES man, J. E. Ralph, Pote Kellcy and and evening every second and fourth possesses pedigree stock, Swiss bulls V. F. Howard; containing 300 acres, Sunday In each month. Sunday school Mr. W. S. Gunsalus, a farmer livet pure race having been imported, Tulip Bulbs Should Be tlfted, Divided ing near Fleming, Pa., sas ho has 150 aoree of which was adjudged to 9:45 a. m. Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening. Rev. English, pastor. and includes a dairy fitted with most used Chamcrlaln's Colic, Cholera and bo benefited by tho establishment and Reset Every Third Year-H- ow Christian Church Services, every BBOdern appliances, also from Switzerto Pot 'Lily. Diarrhoea Remedy In his family for of said ditch, and which land was as- - fourth Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7. p. land, for making butter and cheese. fourteen years, and that he has scssoddt $500 with C per cent pen- - m. Sunday school 9:30 a. m. Elder W. .An agricultural expert is on the B. Wright pastor. (By Ia M. BENNINGTON.) found it to be an excellent remedy, aity. for the purpose of instructing Cumberland Presbyterian Church Tulips increase by bulblets which and takes pleasure in recommending Said .property is levied upon and Sunday school every Sunday at 9:45 the colonists. An arrangement has Issue from the Bide of the larger bulbs. m. offered for salo as the property of a. m. been made for introducing colonists Under certain conditions, too, the It. For sale by all dealers. from Holland, and already 400 pounds larger bulbs split up Into smaller SECRET SOCIETIES. Sam $feal. Hartford Lodge No. 675, F. and A. of Dutch cheese are produced weekly, ones. In a 5TJ. T. H. BLACK, S. O. C. sunny bed M. nicetB every first Monday night finding a market in Curityba, Ponta the bulbs will live and increase from in each month. M. L. Hcavrin, W. SheriffTsSale. Oroesa and Sao Paulo. year to year, but should be lifted, Finds Cure for Epilepsy M.; Owen Hunter. Secretary. Iflyi virtue of a Judgement and divided and reset every third year, as Hartford Chapter No. 84 O. E. S. Turkish Women's Strong Point in tho Ohio Coun- meets every second and fourth Monclumps become too much crowded After Years of Suffering rendered the Turkish women are said to have one to thrive and bloom. ty 'Court in an aqtion of C. R. day evenings. Miss Anna J. Patton, "My dauishter wasf ullllcti'd with accomplishment in which they excel In potting lilies, set the bulbs two years, tho attacks Rhoads, ct al, on Motion for Public W. M.; Jas. JI. Williams, W. B.; women of all other nationalities. inches or more beneath the soil. The epileptic fits for three the ..., , ..- -Ditch I will on tho 1st day of Sep- Miss Elizabeth Miller, Secretary. VW......C w.w. DonTbey know how to sit. Hester larger the pot, tho larger will be tho several doctors but they did her no tember, at the Court house door In Rough River Lodge No. 110 Knights aldson Jenkins calls attention to the plan-- . Auratum, Speclosum, Long!-forpood. About a Hartford, Ky., offer for sale to, tho of Pythias meets every Tuesday evenfact that the Turkish verb to sit is and Brownll are all suitable for year a g o we highest and best bidder tho follow- ing. W. F. Anderson, C. C; J. Ney esed where occidentals would uao to pot culture. After potting, water and hoard o ( Dr. ing described tract or parcel of land Foster, K. of R. &. 8. 99, K. O. T. M. stay, or visit. To the ques- set in a dark closet or cellar, keepJive, or Hartford Tent No. Nervine, , Miles' tion, "Where are you living?" one ing tho soil moist until roots form bounded as follows: meets every first and third Thursday and it certainly " gets the reply, "I am sitting In D. nlghtB. R, T. Collins, Commander; By Carter, and tho tops start, when the roots has proved a ', Ralph, tho lands of F. w: Kelly; J.con- L. P. Foreman, Record Keepor. Or, to tho question, "Are you may bo brought to a cool window, say Sam Noal and our blessing; to married?" tho answer will be "No, I In January or February, if early Acme Lodge No. 339 1. O. O. F. little girl. She Is, taining 70 acres, all ot which was ad- moets every second and fourth Friam sitting at home." And when they started. now apparently judged to be benefited by the es day nights In each month. C. M, Harsit they sit quietly, "in the perfect The lilies named are not suitable, cured and la 'en- -' tablishment of sold ditch, and which nett, Noble Grand; W. R, Hedrlck, repose of a sleeping cat." They don't for winter blooming, but will bloom JoylnK the best laud was assessed at $140.. 00, credit- Secretary. bare to keep their bands busy. They in the spring If treated as suggested. or health. It la Hartford Camp No. 202 W. O. W. ed by $105.00, with C per cent on jCtDchet or knit They Just alt rver a year.alnce The Amazon Illy (Eucharis) may be meets every second and fourth Satshe has hud a balance. similarly cared for, but requires more urday nights in each month.. Leslie flt. We callnot Sjild property 1b levied upon and Bennett, Council Commander; W. C. Nogl's Nerve Tonic. heat, as it comes from a warm counspeak too highly .Having been dedicated to tho pro- try. offered for sale as the property of Wallace, Clerk. of Dr. Miles' Nervine." MUS. KUANK ANDEBSON. Sunshine Hive No. 42, L. O. T. M., fession of arms, General Nogi was W. F. Howard. Comfrey, Minn. meets every first and third Friday taken, while still a small boy, to see T. H. BLACK, S. O. C. 5t3. Drain on Brood Sow. nights in each month, Mrs. Attye Thousands of children in' the a criminal decapitated, and was The Incessant and continuous deGriffin, Lady Commander.; Mrs. Lula ror shuddering at the specta- mand on a brood sow, when suckling United Slates who arc suffering Almost Lost His Life. Pendleton, Lady. Record Keeper. cle. After nightfall, when all was a large litter of pigs, is such a drain from attacks of epilepsy 'ate a S. A. Stld, ot Mason, Mich., will Keystone Chapter NP-- i 1.10t R, A. elarkaess and silent, bo was required on her system that It creates an ap- burden and sorrow to their pirents, 'never forget bis terrible exposure M meets every third Saturday night to go alone to the burial ground and petite that will require generous who would give anything to'rttlore to a merciless storm, "it gave mo a in each month. John T. MooreNllgh- bring back the culprit's bead. Tho feeding for the good ot the sow, pigs health to the sugerers. dreadful cold," he writes, "that caus- Prieetr W. S. Tiasley, Secretary." SOCIETY Off BQUTY, r4eal was designed to strengthen and the man .who contemplates geted severe pains in my chest, so it AMERICANOfficers President. Dr. MiW National Ira M. is nerves, and teach him to fear noth- ting quiok returns from them. was hard for me to breathe. A neigh- J. Chryst, Hudson, ""Vis.; V, Presiing, living or dead. Frauds E. Leupp, is one of the best remedies 'knows gave me several doses of Dr. dent, S. B. Robertson, Calhoun, Ky.; to the Atlantic. for this affliction. It his proven bor eleeMen ef Cockerel. Treas., H. G. Tank, SVau-sa- u. of cases King's New Discovery which brought Secretary All other things being equal, pick beneficial in thousands Wis. and thos'e who have used It have great relief, The doctor said I was out for a breeder' the cockerel that In the Meeting. ' greatest faith in it.'1 It is not. on the verge ot pneumonia, but to State Officers President. J, H. Wfco is that man who is gesticulat- avatjurea.trttas Indicated ky reaeeaab the"cure-all,Princeton, "Ky.; Vice Presi" but a reliafcle: Wedy continue with tho Discovery. I did recognised by aad wattles, general' sera ppiaeea and a ing so frantically to be dent, J, H.'Burney, Muhlenberg Co.; for nervous diseases. 'Yea need earl brewing. His Cspriag'wUl .de- not hesitate to give'jt a trial so' and two bottles completely cured Secretary A Treas., S. B. Robertson, U eaakmanr "I don't know Ua name, but he la velop earlier than those of his slow'. ((''the Sret me." Use only this quick, safe, re- Calhoun, Ky.; Organizer, T, a. 'aetd by. all Drugg lets. Hartford, Ky. er naatarlag brother. They win lay beetle Tails to HMaefK your'wieney Is liable medicine for coughs, colds, or mraet,nunufaetrer." xecvilve Boar-dMembers tfea, earlier on tho female aide aad be returned. Then by all means let aim have any throat or lung trouble. Price 50c Ben Watson,State Webster county; J. W. ready to kill earlier on the malt awe. Ml LIB " MEDICAL eJO, sfehkarV $1.00. j Trial "bottle free. Guaran Dunn, Daviess eosair JMMjr ntm, and teed by all' druggists. IObio county; ILL Ray, Hardin, jaoua- - I and Quicklime Are Nature's nttneay now to uei mn . Ing Results. a. tit.'" .r1 . ""'for & V4r Weed. "T...... Eln, .I'LL!! !?. Judgment and asin tho Ohio action of C. It. motion for public' ty; C. G. Davenport, Warren coftnty. Ohio county officers L. D. TIclK &fe.!o onor, President; Henry Plftle, Sec-rctary; S. B. Bennett. Treasurer. J Cftt'ult Court T. F. Blrkhcnd, COUNTY BOARD OF BDUCATIOWj JVitfgo; Ben 1). Bingo, Attorney; W. Henry Leach, Chalminn) HfllUfM, A,,dMff. Jailer; E. O. Barrass, Ky. k: fi.Blrkheal, Master Com- - 1. I B. Tlclicnor, iloFlfOrd, It. F. mlssloncr; It. T. Collins, Trustee D, No. 5. . k jury Fund: T. H. Black, Sheriff, 2. B. C. Hartford, Reynolds, Ky. ilnrtford. Deputies S. O. Keown, 3. M. S. Pattcmdii, Olaton, Ky. 1 Beaver Bam; U. I. Jones, Route 6, 4. U. L. Alford, White llun, Ky. Hartford; W. C. Earp, Roslne. Court 5. Richard I'lUmmcr, Tavlor Mines, convenes first .Monday in February Kentucky. and continues three weeks; third Monday in April, two weeks; third Monday in October two weeks. County Court It. R. Vddlng, Judge; W. S. 'Tlnsley, Clerk; 0. B. 5 Smith, Attorney, Hartford. Court Directory County y' f :p'jay2S&r.&&:i Attorney at Law Otto C. Martin re 25-ce- ' HARTFORD, KY. Will practice his pfoteeolon fa Uile and adjoining countioB. Commorclsi and Criminal Pracdco a Specialty. Barnes & Smith Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. i, vVn Ma)s, W. H. Barnns and C. B. Smith aunoimce UiM Uiey have Xonii' a iiriQ-rnhjfoe the guiural prac tice ot law, exctipt cnlmlmal and dlvar ciso, Mr. Smith being County Attor try is poovMiitod from practicing such ceases. Mr. Barms will individually accejtt ouch practloa. In Officii Hartford Republican building, Hart ford, K- ; !j 1 ri. " eejplthndaigj - ARTHUR ASSOCIATED D. - Attorney at Law WTH M. L. KIRit KY. HCAVRIN: HARTFORD, Sag&SSKCSS y This office Is equipped for handr ling Comntlrclal Uw and Collection' Hems ac well ns other legal and litigated matters. 1'rnctlcc In all the courts. Prompt and vigorous service.. M. X,. Hcavrln's Office. J. NEY FOSTER Notary Public OKio County w HARTFORD ..KY. , All Matters Given Prompt Atten tion. PENSION AFFIDAVITS SPECIALTY. i am u, To do any kind of Veterina-- I ry work. Horses, mules and cows need nob die for want of Galls answered-daattention. or nifrht. nmm - T b J W. Veterinary Surgeon , H. RlaUEY My- - aj Hnrtferd,- -- dem-astra- te Electric Bitters Succee& when everything else fail. In nervous prostration &rvj female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy,, thousands have- - testified. FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE 1m m ww ar vest rocawine ever over a druggist's counter. well-draine- SEEDS' nuoxMFSttCM success I i .SJHLCIAL OFFER:WUl U f imtllM AllMt I Tinl. t tiXim-tXin- ." ..- Print raltotlAai ' to kU Nair.'BMlaMft A trill lake too otu Mrauntnt ctutomar. i 1 IVrWar plnUJ I ItalM, I UK Ttl. l.iw-- ii nntUM la U. UUA1UVIU1, ril PUCilE. .. it Trtnntuv! mm, ,i una tun fday; Memloa this Paper. i I Statu-toouL- lomr aun l NWNHK WWMMlMIWWWWVWW SEND lO CENTS tm IP ukia n4 twin IfcU TtlaskU fWHll, WHW WtU VtJ h imiMTfc Oh Bat ntiMtei tt rtamt Km), A mmbh mi mmt riuu, a i Utk JI ttoii ,iLw,wi,i8&oW.m.i Ml aid Keep kf Style by Readiaj McCall's MafaaiM and Uiiag McCaU Pattern. MCa'. Hi(.ia,lll MKALL'S UmUIKL lalp foil drfi Ladies! Te Money nyl-Ithl- jr Nrvih miHldflo t'iouwlr toeplus yuu pomori en the IHoKt faihlons in c Mins su4 Lais. Kcw KasUlon lcslcnj lu ou(b Issue. 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MctfelablelVrpafallonCir.U ClmIfflMniituIV. -- ""uiiiig no :(wui...m. anunci?u THE GOD OF LOVE "Dirkiiiss Govirs tin Earth," "Load, Kindly Light, Amid i The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of tin Encircling Gloom," Pattor Thrilla Baliavan and Skaptica by Hia Pietura of the Trua God Tha Pastor1 Early Teaching of Hall Ha Bacama a Skeptic His Re eovery of Mora Faith In tha Bibla Than He Had Lost God's Wisdom, Justice, Love and Power Soul Satisfaction In Nona Othsr. Russell 24. ll lingUieStonadBandDotmstf Plt)mo!esDigeslionWrfuI ness and Restfoui Jns seton to OpiunuMorphine nor Mineral a i.r In lOT NARCOTIC. eawaaaaiwHM jllx.Sxaa ybaetmt (TnWAm-- . Hitojttmitirrr. I i to 4 Apwfcc J Itemedy forCaj Ion . Sour Stonvjch.Dlarrh Yorras,Ccvuls!ons.Fcrri5!; latSirrafc: Signature of fr ill Use For Over lU33aadl0350rSlEA'. NEW YOHK. Thirty Years teuarawtwdundtrrtetoodad Exact Copy of Wrapper. CASTORIA - H POSITIONS GUARANTEEDGUARANTEE need many more WE wlU ua real soon. 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Kh, .iii.il vn.v-.hifU . .....( u,Im ms "'? -- UJ . jrut,TMiH.u an - . . aaaaav aaiaaaMj.lJMtr WMI as raja a raCUBeOA5J,0 BZu,u I with imwjr aua ojtrn tfw f9.-n-9 Jirl nf timt.l nvm US h uinmsmwi mini Metis, star WatM MUt rwa israsiiwiiiaTun. w. w. iv"v at, i "!".'''.'TL-iLi-: LWKS: "ta-ra-.tit.Ti- -r- 'TST-JZZ-m . MllIM I kH. W. NCIBM) .j atexmsnx. :iii-i- i. W it j QSITIQNS' 'a aiffiaBa.,e-- iyiWf SKSRbT7 , CMVpgUX f r'4a.xJ,,' J3mwttA Gr4fy im &www2l& Ixndon. August Pastor Uus-Beaddressed tko. London Taberna-- c Ie congregation SmsmsW ?!?' today, from tbe &BmsmmKLt iamfl text, "God bo loved tbe world tbat He Bamma! mmB gave His Only Begotten Son, that B(tfAV whosoever bellev-et- b bVbVbVbVbVbVbV bbVbb on Him might Prompt Attention and Good Service. not perish, but everlasting bave TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, life." John 3:10. The Pastor declared that tbe doctrine of total depravity Is totally wrong. The likeness of God, which waa perfect In Adam, still persist? In Adam's children, sadly fallen though they be. Apparently none Is so fallen as not to have some conception of his own debasement and to feel worthy of punishment. In every human breast $1.35 Thb Republican and Louisville Herald there Is also a sentiment of pity, and an appreclntlon of pity from others, 1.57 The Republican and Courier-Journ- al and a feeling of the need of Divine pity. Many Christians are benevolent, M'COY KNEW HUMAN NATURE I 1.75 The Reptblican and St. Louis Globe-Democr- at sympathetic, ready to help the unfori tunate, to sing them songs of God'3 1.60 Explaining How the Pugilist Waa Able The Republican and Home and Farm love, and to place before them texts to Oat Hie Car Through Jam telling of God's sympathy and pity. Inquirer 1.75 Where Others Failed. The Republican and helps are discounted by tbe But these by great central thought supported 3.60 Kid McCoy drove down in his large, The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald all creeds that flod is angry with huaccompanied motor. manity, and busily engaged In sending shiny Coming A friendavenue was a 3.59 up .the The jxepublican ana JJauy uwensDoro inquirer nearly every member of our race to blm. Imninety thousand flock of hooting cars. It seemed an eternity of torture O'boro Messenger 1.75 possible for McCoy to find a war The Republican and Twiee-a-Wee- k per day being tbe present schedule. through. Creeds Drive Away From God. 1.75 "Let's turn down a side street. Kid," The Republican and Kentucky Farmer Then the Pastor showed .that .while said the friend. "We'll make by It" the Christian forgets the atrocious "Watch me," said McCoy. The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine... 1.30 misrepresentations given btbe creeds, He turned his head to one side, and chiefly the loving looked Into the eyes of the alarmed and remembers Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer. ..:. 1.50 words gjven by tbe Bible, the sinner's friend. He drove his car right at the The thoughts revert to the teaching tbat aDoroachlng covey. Their drivers set Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $ 1.50 eternal torment Is his doom. Anxious up a quacking like a lot of frightened The to forget God and the future, he es- duqks. McCoy drove on, without lookcapes best from all religious thought ing at. the road ahead. All the other at tbe. gaming table, cars tilled to one side and made way lu tbe and In general surrender to sin. He Is for hlm.Aa he passed, all the other miserable In the presence of the pure, drivers leaned out of their cars to and fears the Bible. make Injurious comment upon Mr. After quoting St. Paul's words, "The McCoy. the god of this world hath blinded "Get your bluff In first" said McCoy. . ninds of those who believe not." tho "That's the rule In life that applies to Pastor declared that Satan had intro- motoring as well as to fighting. If I'd duced atrocious misrepresentations of dropped back and honked timidly ev firwra character Into the creeds of ery one oi tnose guys wouiu uave Christian people during the Dark Ages, crowded me a little farther Into the and that the blindness resulting from curb. Because they thought I was a mushhead, these "doctrines of demons" is found careless, reckless, ' everywhere, even among believers. who'd as lief have an accident as not Heads Few see anything respecting God and they gave me the right ot way." New . ? the everlasting future clearly; few can York Times, Bill Heads ,:& give a reason for their hope. Let us not forget, said Pastor RusAbbreviation Gone Ma. sell, tbat Satan haB used Christian There are people In this country tongues and pens to blind tbe world. who have, so much respect for its We owe it to ourselves, our families Institutions that they al- and the world in general to destroy froost consider those guilty ot treason these blasphemous misrepresentations who spell the capital ot the country of the Divine character and plan. It is all they can do to Since our eyes are opening to nee the restrain themselves when they get a situation, how can wo be otherwise letter dated "Wash., D. C." They given And than Indignant, and Jealous for the would Just as soon see one addressed honor of our God and for the Influence to "Boa., Mass.," although Bait, Md., of His Truth amongst our fellowment or Phlla., Pa., does not offend so much. Nobody but a human sloth would The Pastor's Personal Exparlance. The Pastor then related his personal think ot writing on his envelope experience in learning to know God. "Chic, m.," or "Buff.. N. Y." Yet the The child of believing parents, he was practice of unauthorised contraction Indoctrinated along Calvlnlstlc lines to has grown to such an extent that It Is believe that only the Elect would high time that business houses lay down the law, as found In the back reach glory, and that the non-elewould be eternally tormented. He was part of nearly any dictionary, against accustomed to think of himself as one the practice. And If you follow the of the Elect, and to appreciate the love feelings of the purists In spelling, of God in providing for their salvation. you'd dock the man or woman a whole As a boy of seventeen, a member of day's pay who Is so utterly dead to the Y. M. C. A., he engaged In what patriotic instincts as to address a was called Gospel preaching. Like letter to "Wash., D. c." Wall street tbe others, be pictured nell and shook Journal. his hearers over It Finally reason asUpstairs Backward. serted Itself. He stopped preachtug nnd examined the creeds. He found Walking upstairs backward Is urged the differences between them trivial; by a London physician as a userui and that all taught the salvation of practice in cases ot heart weakness the few, and eternal torture for the and as helping In a more equal dls- remainder. Feeling sure that a real 'trlbutlon ot muscular wear and tear. God could not have made such a plan, 'Firstly and moat Important' he DucMngMaf 1 had gotten so weak I could not staad, he threw away tbe creeds, and with aays. "walking upstairs backward Afar Few Tews and I gave up in despair. believing it to be tbe would prevent any tendency to hurry. them tho Bible, Mrs. BdUck Gm basis of them all. No matter how inveterate a 'stair At last, my husband got me a bottle of having once known God as his ruah'.a man --.night be, be would bave Cardui, the woman's tonic, aad I comHeavenly ratner, ms soui uuub.-to moderate his pace It going backUpkDetfair. for Divine loye.and care. After long ward. 'This enforced deliberation menced taking it From the very first study, he became convinced that the would, ot course, be ot great value in Gum to Rmcm. dose, I could tea It was helping me. I Creator, whose Wisdom and Power are heart disease. The second effect, would everywhere manifest must also be a be. Iq relieve the strain from the can bow walk two telle without its Withal; and climbing mucles God of Justice and Love. understanding he saw tne (those oa tbe front ot tbe. thigh) and pyes of bis Catron, Ky. In an interesting letter tiring me, and am doing all my work." great God of the Universe. Then he to preaaMato service those on the If you are alt rut down from wemaaly began a search' for God Message to baek'Ctf tbe leg, which ordinarily do from this place, Mrs. BeWe Bullock stairs. The total write a follows: "I wHsred for four troubles, don't give up w despair. Try humanity. Having, as he supposed.' no work sufficiently examiued the Bible, he result, thereto, might be a saving It has helped turned to heathen religions, only to la mignjsjuy-- wear aaditear through a years, with womanly troubles, and duiie: Cardui, the woman's toak. And them less rational, though, less mora' etealCAl distribution ot more than a million women, la its 50 1 couM oaly sit up for a Utile This, of course, would also be this time, fiendish, than his own. , success, and should resolved to study the Bi- ot vahw.tai eases of heart weakBeaa.Finally be while; aad could Bet walk aaywltere at years of continuous ble afresh, with untrammeled mind. surely kelp you, too. Your druggist tu aOi. Attteies,lwsMtavBwverefKUM Gradually the Lord led blm Into clear ' Heme ef Literature. sold Cardui for years. He knows what light, until he found tbat the basis was such b liter-an- r tarayMttMe. "I thought Boston our dIBculty is our following of all tews," Ask kirn. He will The tjsjetor was catted la, and bistreai-me- at it will do. Satan's He "Ye shall not surely die." "Have trouble while yem mend it Begin taking Cardui today. Thenceforth the entire Bible became tberer rettevad me for a wbUe, hut I was grand and harmonious. Now It stands "Had hard work BasMag a Writ tot Chattaaoata Mtilcloe Go ta before hia mind as the ton. aad wbea I t- utattaaeesa., oat ther 4t4at woa coafiaed to ay bed again. After Aevlsery.Dtv-M vh, cast an 4 ieaa boas. a - awand'to tie ate aay good. ulnusstfliu wants, atai u staia Word of God. 14ft far bar. a barteadwr-- fwida." tnt.'titt'lBSsTamS)sSsTBBM "It Is tho things that almost happen which cause gray hairs in this business rather than the things that actually occur," said a veteran captain of an excursion boat to a New York Sun man. "When I waa thirty-thre- e Tears old I was running a boat to Coney Island. On one occasion, Jn the lower bay, fog settled down thicker than mush. I held a compass course and everything went smoothly enough until it was almost time to change the course and head from the bay toward Coney. I had heard a boat by its whistle I knew It waa a towing tug pass me further up the bay. "Even though I could not see the bow of my boat, I was hanging with my head out ot tho pilot house window and straining my eyes to see, who waa when my quartermaster, standing on the very peak of the bow, called for me to reverse. I rang for full speed astern and threw the wheel hard to port "The fog lifted for an Instant and dead ahead of me I saw a scow with 'Dynamite' written on Its side and a red flag floating above it I kept the wheel hard over and It seemed to me the engineer was an eternity In getting the engine reversed. We Just graced the scow. I learned afterward tthat It had been In tow of a tug and that the hawser broke and the tug crew had lost sight of the scow in the fog. "When I got home that night my wife pointed out a gray hair the first I bad ever had. "In all my experience I've never had a serious accident, but as you see I bave a head full ot gray hairs caused by things that almost Reeently it hat beoit A fin jvtn hy ctpcrimcnM on onlmnls that aleoaal lower lite rtermicliVl power of v that ilcohol purnlvzes the white eot lv.1 tho blood und rendt i t -- i uniblc ro tike tip and destroy disease gensav Eutctetfoi cause lr rienth , l of Iho liutnun rate. A blouJ medicine, mudc ent..t uithout clcotTol, w.:itli is a pure lycerio ex- tract of root, such as lUoudroot, vjueon'j root, (JoI'Jen Seal root, Msndrakc tod Stone root, has been extensively sold by druggists (or tho pist forty years as Df Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. Tbo rtlrccliinrj infiuenco of this extract Is lilur Nature's influence tlic blood is bailird in llic tonic which dives life to tho" blood"' the vital fires of the body burn brighter and tluit increased astivity contusssa A tissue rubbish vhich lias accumulated during llic winter. Dr. It. V. Pierce, ll.o loundcr of the Invalids' Hotel aM f'u',iiil Institute, mid n physician of tare experience aedv prsctifo, vo3 tlio f.rnt lo r.iaio up an AiTntATiva Extbact oik rooM, -- Jihrii't pirilcte of rleohol or narcotic. "f 5 1' h I n r'tii-- t ef ntmsar, that I vtlto to let you know of ri;cl IV ni. 'if . of your mMldnoi sM ' f'.nw.t ' ' ' ," .vi 'r.-- i til iwi tin nio Ladrsmllh. B.C.and -' Mr! W'J. "Isefmrr, four doctor bof I'll l " ' Ml .un t turiPln-- i'ImIV I OonrltlIaalncontur?n I vca till K. v mA ri i t .ivc In c. .. ,. urniis'.Ut cor cvrimp' ay car, that the' A kind frieatt iMorltlm vound wctiM i..i- ,.or., i... t . ,,. . if Pivnv, which 1 dU.r.ni haul. seven month' I 1,1rro tYi-ftu after vt.j re.ifiunt n I wiro fa IimIjI. r.nd 1 iyrf better health than C mi Snlvaayf llre'U.il tn.. vl'li I)r. Flercu'a 'V." Ill I;i!X4,viy' and 'Pleasant Ptlleu tot Of the OuVVn Htolu-- ofr omi-liil- i 1 0r-uo- f - -- li i'.s''i. . r 1 f f-i- w.o-inJ ..ubt.A. 1 4iir.il ulvnya rccomncTKl your medicines. Mbb. Itars. lit. Picioh't Pli'nnnnt Pe)ln rcRuiate liver nod bowels. JAMES & CO., La-veryi-tiei-i Plrst Class Centertown, Kentucky. OUR CLUBBING RATES. Twice-a-WeekOwensb- Address all orders to bar-roo- THE REPUBLICAN E-fl- YOU Rt Letter Noteheads Cards t "W-a-s-h- ." other printed forms are . Special Attenton In The Republican s Job Department. t HUSBAND RESCUED DESPAIRING WIFE i L-B- (Watt., ut u HutaJ ', ef-fo- rt - nt lm m ,. -- .""tWi- j- - t SSjEtagT I mighty nco even If they dldn'.t got Orientals' have been brought to San Francisco by the steamship com. to play after work. WAR SECRETARY WOULD panics. On one boat all of the ChinThere wild bo services at tho Clear Hogwallow News. ;; Run Baptist Church the first SaturPOPULARIZE THE ARMY ese hadr liookwonn. On another boat had seventy-fou: day and Sunday In Soptotnbor, as out of olghty-nln- o i usual. It. This was too much for the Immi Rov, Richard Fuqua filled his apgration commissioners at the Ualden Tells of Flan to Interest Young Gate, who reprotcd the crclumatanco pointment at Concord last Saturday n and Sunday. to Commissioner General catuenottl Tho Hogwallow Improvement Believes Men of Country and the Department of Labor. Is striving hard for tho upActing Secretary of Labor Post has building of Hogwallow, and hopes to Mothers song At Twilight. In Arbitration. telographed to immigration Commls be able to pronounce a new moon for (Author Unknown.) Blnnrr nackus at San Francisco to this seotlon In a low nights. Oh, to come home once more, when rescind the Instructions contained tn the dusk is falling, Knnna City. Mo.. August 2C. --The the order of March 3. on the ground Ra2 Barlow says tho summer Is al To see 'the nursery lighted and th people must be back of all national that the steamship companies illcraly most gone and he has not caught ov children's tall'e spread; arbitrations and had been guilty of bad faith. The qn- - er two lizards. and International "Mother, mother, mother!" tho eager settlements of disputes In order that ,y reason Chinese over were permltt voices calling, they may do succeasiui. oeuruiuij A brass band Is to bo put Into op ed w and ,n thla country i trati "Tho baoxwns so sleepy that he ue- . One of the best farms in Ohio county, conWar Garrison said In an ndurcss Moxlcall was In order that eration at Tlckvlllo ere the persim hadTo go to bed!" fore the Commercial Club here to- UnUed glatca agems mlght ob mons begin to blush. Raz Barlow taining: 102 acres. All cleared and in cultinight, "I am opposed to war ana taJn dcscr,)ttve information regard-woul- d has a brass watch to enter and wilt Oh, to come home once more, and Beo do everything to discourage l ,ng evcry onQ for a3i ,n enforclng try for the Job of keeping time. in timber vation, except 8 acres, which tho smiling faces. such a course. Only as a last re- - tho exclusion law, If the nrlontals Dark '"ad, bright head, clustered and enough to keep up farm for many Bourcc do I think It advisable." later attempted to cross the boun at the pane; The Deplty Constable has sent to Secretary Garrison said he did not dary lino Into this country. 175 good bearing trees; good four room Tlckvllle for two now tin stars to Much the years have taken, whel understand why. "but the ttar Dethe hrurt its path retraces, wear to his cousin's tin wedding Ohio County Fair. partment liad bcon neglected praccottage; good cellar, with dry room above it; But until tlmo Is not for me, tin Ridge next on tical y been forgotten."He said that For above occasion the L & N. colebratlon night.Musket Image will remain. Wednesday two good barns one 40 feet square,the other It deserved more attention and" that will sell round trip tickets from Mad wodld isonvlllo, Elmltch and all Intorme tlit citizens of the United Staes 36x60. Six good strong springs of soft Tobe "Moscley, who has been fol Men and women new they are, be proud of the army If they only dlate stations, to Hartford. One standing straight and steady, level water; 70 acres of land is city understood Its workings and effi- fare nlus twenty-fiv- e cents for the lowing a rain cloud around for the Grave heart, gay heart, fit for life's past few days, with a washing tub, ciency. 50 cts.) round trip (minimum fare surpriso; He discussed an army league ,to Dates of sale Sept. 24th, 25th. 26th returned home this morning empty-handeShouller set to shoulder, how should army be established with only retired splendid neighborhood, This farm is in and 27th. Final return limit Septem they bo but ready! men In control to interest young Am- ber 29th. H. E. MISCHKE, Agt. Tho future shines before them with around for and has fine market Sim Flinders has the rheumatism ericans in the protection of their tho light of their own eyes. "Wore all medicines as meritori- so bad in one of his wrists he can country. The ilcague is to be used as farm products. Two miles South of Center-tow- n; training school to acquaint men ous as Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera hardly lift a Jug oft of the floor. Still each answers to my calling; no with the army. He said that untrain- and Diarrhoea Remedy the world four miles from Rockport; two and one-ha- lf good has b en denied me. ed men "were as useless in time of would be much better off and the per Quite a few from this section went My burdens have been fitted to miles from Broadway mines, three miles war as a gold mine in Alaska during contage of suffering greatly decreas- to preaching at the Dog Hill Church th little strength that's mine; ed," writes Lindsay Scott, of Temple, .'last Sunday but the weather was so money panic on Wa' street." to McHenry, seven miles to Hartford. One-ha- lf Beauty, pride and peace have walked m. Secretary Garrison said he was sur Ind. For sale by all dealers. hot they couldn't sleep. by day beside me. mile to Providence church; one mile to Congress would arrange terms of enThe evening closes gentry In, and listment so there would not be so One of the benches Is missing from Grove church; three-fourthow can I repine? mile to much hesitancy on the part of young the Dog Hill church. This Is the ii army, and that) men to enter the Lone church; one-ha- lf mile to Stony third thing that as conio up missing But Oh, to sec once more, when the when a young man enlisted his ex; Baseball Dope. early dusk Is falling, from there In the past month, includPoint school house. perience as a soldier would better Tho nursery windows glowing and jj ing the bell, and It Is believed someprepare his to pursue some trade In Best reasons for selling:. Price is extreme- body is fixing to open up a new the children's table spread; clv.l life than If he had not enterchurch somewhere. ".Mother, mother, mother!" the high ed the service. X "ly low, considering the of the land child-voiccalling, He added that efficiency and not "He could'nt stay awake for you, splendid location and surrounding and It Is rumored that a pool room Is politics were to be considered in the The second 'game of the series behe had to go to b,ed!" future. The only thing desired was tween Hartford and Taylor Mines to open at Tlckvllle. There being market. efficiency, and any officer that said was played here Saturday afternoon several young men there who have . not yet learned to be sports. he was In the service for an easy with scofeof 8 to 2, In favor of Harttime and the result of a Jufl would ford. The game was umpired by Sam The hotel at Tlckvllle, which lias be asked to resign his connection wit James, flf McHenry, who gave the lor In&ati and ChiUrra. For particulars, call on or write the service. Jj very best of satisfaction. The line-u- p been serving all a person can eat for T!9 KM Yn Hift Always iMghf tA was as follows: Taylor Mines Flat, 25c. has closed 'is door until Raz Notice. 1st; Peters, i; Plummer, rf; Reld, Barlow leaves town. Boars tho Ohio County Court. 2d; Ament. If; Brown, ss; Taylor, 3d; Vgnatura of Thorpe, c; Draper cf; Plrtle. HartZ. Wayne Ellis, et. al.. Isaac HeWwanger, having learned fordGreen, rf; Barnett, cf; Jones, that snails arc very destructive to For: Judgment, Order etc. ss; Spalding, lb; Brown, If; Rlckard. sorghum patches. Is rushing his' crop Public Ditch or Drain. RENFROW. Pursuant to agreement, and order 3d; Ditto, 2d; Thomas, p; M. Brown. along In an' endeavor to get It ripe Aug. 25. The Renfrew and Balze-tow- n of the Ohio County Court, notice Is a'nd all stewed out before tho snails baseball teams iVayed an inthe third that passed through Hogwallow, last teresting gmae Saturday evening, On Sunday afternoon hereby given that the above styled cause has been set lor flna' haring game or this series was piayea ai week can reach his farm. Tho Wild Balzetown having made 13 scores and Taylor Mines and was witnessed by Onion school teacher declares, on the Renfrow 25. on Monday, September the Sth, 1913 Witness my hand this the 18th day an Immense crowd, many fans from other hand, that If snails get sorMr. William Leach, who has been Hartford witnessing the game. Prac- ghum molasses on them it will im- afflicted with the droiwy for some of August, 1913. was jlaed pede their progress. tically the same line-u- p W. S. TINSLEY, while, is recovering slowly. by both teams as in the Saturday 6t2. Clerk Ohio Co. Court. The recent rains hao dono a groat game, with the exception of Pitcher If all the threats made by men deal of good, on account of pasturage Died at Taylor Mines. Johnson for Taylor Mines, and Pitch- were carried out, there wouldn't be and water, also helping crops consid The Death Angel has again visited er Brown for Hartford. The game room in the graveyards to bury the erably. our community and took from our was exciting from the beginning and results. There has been a grea. deal of sick-ncc15 midst one of our most loved jewels In Jones caused a panic when he made lately, but Is dccrceaslng somethe person of Jlttfie Thomas Lipton a home run, knocking the ball ov The J'cas this summer are finding what at prcsennt. Draper, youngest son of L. T. and er; the right field fence. The Hart- It difflcifc. to locate a hiding place In Mr. Granville Morris and family The Kentucky State Fair will offer to the farmers Lizzie Draper, aged 9 years and 11 ford boys won the game, score G to 1. the garments of the fair sex. spent day Sunday with his the and livestock exhibitors an ODDortunitv to exhibit the months. brother, B. H. Morris. best products of their farms and best specimens of Hartford was badly defeated here Little Thomas was an obedient Cricket Hicks has resIgrAxl his poMiss Sadie Uoff Is spending the uvestocic ana to tne women an opportunity to display loving bon, an effectionate brother Wednesday afternoon when Pleasant sition as agent for a patent watch, week with her sister, Mrs. Lena their handiwork and cookery the 1913 Fair, for Ridge put It on the Hartford bunch, and Is now dickering with a big con- Morris. He was a and kind play-mat- e. wmen uoerai premiums are onerea. pupil and a great favorite in his score 6 to 3. Wlthrow and Brown cern that wants to engage htm to school from which he had been abseit was the battery for Hartford, with sl.l wheat threshers. Cricket has Stomach is o Tool Chest. only a few days. Westerfleld and Taylor doing same sent for a sample. operatOn August 7 physicians If each of his friends could place for Pleasant Ridge. ed on John Martlner at a hospital on his grave what a great a flower The Hog Ford sttllhouse proprietor 6-B- lG mass of Hlossoms would encrlcle his Beech Creek wild play Hartford at Is having a new railing built in front In Chicago to learn what has caused DAYS-Bailrai Bates ' East End park Saturday afternoon. of his place of business. It is for "terrible pains in his stomach." They tomb. found nineteen pocket knives, sevenBeech Creek has the reputation of Poke Eas Toy's mule to lean up agFor Information. Entry Btanlci. Catalog, Etc., address teen nails, five knife blades, a dozwinning 16 straight games this sea- ainst when lit gets tired waiting. A precious one from us has gone; en screws and a sliver doillar. For J. L. DENT, Secretary, A voice wo loved Is stilled, son. eighteen years Martlner, who has 705 PAUL JONES BUILDING LOUISVILLE A place is acant in our home that "I was Just offered $175 for the Killing at Narrows Yesterday. horse the other day," many men re- been known to Chlcagoans as the hu A lacc is vacant In our home man tool chest, swallowed the artl-That neer can be filled. A sad killing occurred at Narrows mark, after losing a horse through cles on wagers. yesterday morning about 5 o'clock accident or natural death. And aft"Eating knives and all that stuff God took little Thoma3 home with when James WlncheM was killed by er tho death of a man, you may hear Capture Of Jefferson Davis. I a soldier raised his carbine as If to never hurt me," said Martlner, beI him, ' Knobel, of Philadelphia, shoot. Mrs. Davis throw herself his son, who Is only 15 years of age. an insurance agent say: "I tried my fore the operation, "but sometimes who. tween the two The boon hla(loc had given; and plead with the sol- , According to reports WlncheU and best to write that man a policy for I'd get teribHo pains In my stomach." Is said to bo (ho last survivor of thodler not to y IU0rntag And though his body moulders here, his wife had quarelled more or less two thousand just a day or two beflri Tno Physicians pronounced ttae opera- detail of fourteen men from tl was damp and ch'Jly, and Mrs. Da- His soul is safe in Heaven. tor the past sixteen years, and it Is fore ho took sick." tion as successful. Hl3 Teacher. Michigan Cavalry which cap- vis throw her shawl over tho shouldsaid that Thursday morning Wlncmt'.l Martlner 'j 3C years old and a la- Fourth attacked list wife, saying ho was go. For Sale. tured Presldont Jefferson Davis of ers of her husband. That is how tho borer. Blamed A Good Worker. story was storted that Davis tried to Ono of tho nicest 'and best built my heart for severe dis- lug to kill her. It 13 said he first "I blamed "All of the articles were lodged In the Confederate States. May 10, 1865, escape in Ms wife's a'othlng. That struck his son nad then struck at houses in Hartford, at Just what it a corner of the stomach," said tho recently celebrated the forty-eight- h tress in my left side for two years," wasn't true though 1 have heard It Evans, Danville, Va., "but his wife, and it Is said neighbors cost. Has 5 rooms, hall, front and surgeon who opreated on Martlner. anniversary of tho event. Knobdl's ac- repeated many writes W. times. Exchange. built In 1909 and "An ulcer had formed and the man count of the Incident Is another refuI know now It was Indigestion, as heard him say at the time he would back varandas, would have died within a month If tation of the false story circulated Dr. King's New Life Pills complete- kill her. Tho boy picked up a 32 cali- needs no repairs. For particulars call or address this he had not been operated on." so persistently for years that Mr, Kentucky State Fair Louisville ly cured me." IJest for stomach, liver ber pistol, as his father attempted 3tf. constipation, to strike his mother and shot him office. urnd kidney troubles, Ten of tho knives taken from Murt-Iner- 's Davl3 was disguised lit the apparel Ky., Sept. 15th-20tof his wifo when he was captured. headache or debility. -- 3c. at all one time, and he died almost imme stomach had been diately. The bullet went into For above occasion th L. & N, wll CLEAR RUN. druggists. but the bone had been dissolved by Knobel's account follows: ni. neck. "On May 7, 18CC. I left Macon, Oa., sell round trip tickets to Loulsvillo Aug. 20. Mr. Joo Funk and daugh- gastric Juices. The wooden-handlThe story of the affair was tele ter, Miss Ethel, U. S. Again Bars China. with the Fourth Michigan Cavalry, and return for one faro plus twenty-fiv- e have been visiting knives were Intact. Washington, August 16. The Unit- phoned to Hartford and Coroner Dr. relatives in Butler county for several Tho silver dollar which Martlner Col. Prltchard commanding, to encents. Dates of sale Sept. 13th A. B. Riley wont to Narrows tqhold swotowed ten years ago was as compass the capture of 'Jeff Davis. ed Statci immigration authorities todays. They returned home yesterday. bright as If the coin had Just come Near Abbeville the force was divided to 20th inclusive. Final return limday rescinded an order Issued March the Inquest, and there arrested young Miss Dessa Mldklff visited Miss y, under which steamers arriving In WlncheJl and brouht him to Hart- Myrtle Baugn 'Monday night. , from the mint. The Juices of the Into equal numbers and commanded it Sept. 24th, 1913. ford. Tho boy was very quiet about MjMrs. H.B. MISCHKE, Agt. Trogden is having thaj stomach had Icept the silver in a to scour the country. A dotachment San Francisco from the Orient were Ola hlgh'ly 'polished condition. Some of of fourteen, I among the number, vnui permitted to land Chinese "In trans-It- " tho affair. It Is said that sonic time cnllis. ao Wlnohell and his wife were Shocking Sounds. sent straight ahead. We were riding bound for Mcxlcall, Mexico, a Miss CovaKlrk has Just recovered the knife blades were rusty. Young Wlnchell was brought state that night when we saw the embers In the earth are sometimes heard beIiolnt Just beyond the California from a spell of typhoid feven line, even when the Orientals were berore County Judge R. R. Weddlmg. Born to Mrs. Vada Murray, a fine Good Road Associating to Meet. ,of a fire In the middle of the road fore a terrible earthquake, that warn Kentucky newspapers yesterday re- and bad good reason to believe It of the coming peril. Nature's warnwith hookworm. There is who placed the boy under guard of little girl, Augusta May. afflicted Henry ,NalI until Saturday morn- Mr. T. Baugn and Mr. Charlie Trog- - ceived a 'letter from R. C. Terrell, to be in front of Davis' tent. One of ings are kind. That dull pain or ache a Chintbo farm colony near Mex- Mr. when the examining lu trial will be den gave a peach cutting Monday State Commissioner of Roads, calling the finest dashes that I have seen In back warns you ican. the Kidneys need per- hold. Tho boy carles a very deep night at Mr. Trogdem's residence. Ii attention to tho road exhibit which The intent of the order was to fra made, in which I lost my cap, If you would escape those wound his head where he was was necessary because of the many will be put on at the State Fair Sep- brought us to It. I dismounted, walk- attention dangerous maladies. Take Electric mit a Chinaman to be sent to his .destination if ho happened to arrive struck uj his father. Attorneys Mc peaches getting ripe at once and tember 15 to 20. A number of speak ed to the tent, pulled the flaps aside Bitters at once and see backache Dowell A. Fogle and Otto C. Martin wasting. The boys and girls of Clear ers of national and sttto reputation and discovered the object of our ply and all your best feelings return. afflicted with hook worm or boiue oth were appointed by the court to de Run can always be depended on to will be present. The annuill conven- search, together with Mrs. Davja and My son received great benefit from er contagious disease, provided the fend te boy. help out when called on for help. All tion of the Kentucky Good Roads Winnie Davis, at that time a batjy. steamship company paid the cost of their use for kidney and bladder "Mrtf. Davis followed her husband trouble," wrltse Peter Bondy, wending rtlong a government agent, had a peasant time and cut about Association will bo called to order South three barrels of peaches in less than on Tuesday, September lGth, at 2 p. outi of the tent. On a challenge to Rockwood, Mich., "It Is certainly a to bee 'ihat proper sanitary precau-tlno- s FOR FLETCHER'S away m, by Mr. II. A. Sommers, who is tell who he was, Davts reiflied: '.That great kidney medicine." Try two hours. Everyone went were taken. it. CO Is none of your bualneaa whereupon coats at all druggists. feeling that they had been treated chairman ef Good Roads Asso. Recently largo numbers of afflicted m. V I ! i. Asso-clatiq- FARM SALE! FOR are fruit as as years. : x d. street a a all it all I t t i : : Central Star hs quality its ! CASTOR I A further &&& BARNETT & POSTER, HARTFORD, KY, v Kentucky State Fair SEPTEMBER ss to 20, 1913 dill-Ke- nt at $30,000 in Premiums 6 Betel , h. foone-hantl.- ed Wln-chol- l's ed sep-erate- d. Children Ory CASTORI A -- f''i -- nrsru-mxv