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MILITANTS TAKE Jfortfrrtft ttijmbJsxttiir DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY "0 rvo Subscription $1 per Year No. 8 1 s HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1913. her release by making use of this fact. While the woman were being SOMERSAULT charged at tho police station, the Btatoly solclltor was several tlmos AIR addressed as "Your Grace" by her companions. When her turn came to sign the prison register, tho Inspector In charge of the police de Loops-the-Lo- op clared that a mistake had been made Aviator to and that ho had no complaint 1,500 Feet Up. make against her. Thon a constable was dotallod to escort tho pseudo-ducheto a taxlcab. Tho suffragettes chargo that sim- Had Perfect Control of Machine ilar reasons led to the almost Immediate dslcharge of Lady Sybil Smith And Descends Without who was arested with Mrs. Pethlck Trouble. Lawroncc whtfo attempting a raid on the Houso of Commons. ft SEEK PARDON RIFLEPRACTICE May Mean War With JNTHE JflR ALLEN Convicted in Casey County in 1887 for Murder. For Years Lived in Ohio County Recently Arrested by Sheriff and Crescent teams, which divided the money given as .a prize, amounting to $30.0. Tho Graham team was also awarded six bronzo medals, one to each man, by tho Amerclan Mlno Safety Association of Louisville, and which It must win two more years In succession before It becomes the property ot the winning team. Good Roads Work Being Pushed. Henderson, Ky., Aug. 29. Farmers 6fH enderson County have volunteered their sen Ices with teams and men to assist the county in building a rock road on the Owcnbsoro Road'. There was not money enough to mak a hard road if teams and men had to be hired therefore the experiment of having the farmers volunteer labor Is being tried and is working success fully. Resolutions were passed by the Henderson County Teachers Insti tute, p'ledglng each teacher to build a few yards of good roads In front of tho school house. This Is to impress the rising generation with the spirit of good roads. The teachers also pledged them selves to work for a tuberculosis ho3- nltal in Henderson County and for J:500 from the Fiscal Court for the extension of puU'.Ic library privileges. by tho Taylor UNCLE SAM RUNS SMALLJM Development. MINE Vast Field Awaiting Future Authorities. Official Hated by Women Has His House Guarded Against Neighbors. ss Billions of Dollars Worth of Lig- nite Could be Used For Nation. Wllllston, N. D., Aug. 30. While we are eagerly looking forward to the government development of Alaska' vast coal deposits, 'tis mighty interesting as well as surprising to take a loow at the coal beds In our own Northwest which Uncle Sam has already started to develop. This Government owned and operated a coal mine at WUUUton that iff an eycopener. It reveals amazing possibilities for cheap fuel and power, and unexpected wealth, for a great section that has yet thought Uttle of mining and manufacture. Unc'Ie Sam Is pecking at a nine foot vein of lignite coal, and using It to run his Irrigation project, incidentally selling surplus power to the city of WiUIston. This particular mining property o Uncle Sam's is 1,000 acres In extent. The worked vein is the middle one ot three veins, each from eight to ten feet thick, all easily workable. And in this 1,000 .acres Uncle Sam figures that he has enough co4l to supply all possblle. needs of his project for 1,000 years! That's only the beginning, of big figures. For Western North Dakota-ha- s 32,000 square miles of this same lignite .coal. That's over 20,000,000 acres. Just compare that with, little, patch that Uncle Sam. says will supply him .for 1,000 years. And over the line, In Montana, there are 34,000 square miles more ot the same depostts. Prof. E. J. Babcock, dean of ther North Dakota Cd'.lege of Mining Engineering, estimates that his State-caproduce 600,000,000,000 (five hundred billion dollars). And Montana could do as well. Most of the coal Is private owner ship, but tho Government still retains large holdings. This vast wealth has hardly ber-touchet- - . The section Is sparsely tied with cattle and sheep rancher and dry farmers. And the peculiar quality of the coal has made it difficult to handle. Lignite is a brownish-blac- k coal, lighter in weight than bituminous, with iless fuel value. When mined water, one-thi- rd it has, roughly, one-thrgaav fixed carbon and one-thrl-d not counting its 8 or 10 per cent ot ashes. The water quickly evaporates', then the coal crumbles to slack.' So It has been mined only tforUocal consumption. The gas is usually lost ld London, Sept. 1. A rifle range Is the lates acquisition of the militant auffragettcs. J.s location Is kept a close secret, but an official of the Woman's Social and Political Union has admitted Its existence and stated that tho range was In un every day by members of the. organization, who are rapidly becoming expert shots. This week's Issue of the Suffragette, the official", organ of the W. S. U. V., contains an advertisement offering to teach women to shoot straight. Tho official who gave the Information In regard to tho rifle range said that tho mtltants were preparing for tho next repressive step of tho Government, which they fear will bo tho ubo of tho recently enacted Mental Deficiency Ilfil to confine the suffragette leaders In asylums where they will not be amenable to the UHual court procedures. If any of tho. leaders are confined under tho now act, the offlcail in declared, the resolution question not to endanger human life would be rescinded and tho sklH acquired at the butt would bo brought Into -- t T.H. Black, llay. Home Secretary Reginald McKenna, the best hated of the Cablnot isters, becauso hfs department been responsible for the forclblo Min- has feed- ing of suffragettes and tho enforcement of tho Cat and Mouse Act, Is JjMng In a house A most surrounded by the homes of militant agitators. whose Mrs. Emily K. Marshall, record for acts of violence Is recently moved Into a house Adjacent to tho town residence of jMr. McKenna, and ever since the Home Secretary has had two stalwart policemen on guard over his windows. Mw. .Marshall does not deny that this precaution la altogehter useless, for she declares that the Home Secretary's windows are a constant temptation Jo her. Mrs. Marshall is the "wife of the attorney for tho Women's Social and Political Unlcfc, and the possessor record. of a long window-smashin- g She now has as neighbors two other militants, who this week leased houses within a fews tens of tbo McKenna homo, wheh s H In Westminister, near tho Houses of Parliament. This influx of militants Into tho neighborhood, hitherto almost, entirely given over to the homes of Cablnot Ministers and members of Parliament, has caused some alarm' autf-ntho politicians whose opposition to woman's suffrage has brought them threats of vengeance. Mrs. Marshall has already served time for breaking windows In the Ijotnes of Cabinet officers, and she was arested n fow weeks ago for assulttng a Scotland Yard detective. Mr. McKenna does not regard her as a desirable neighbor, nor docs he care about her friends. She was asked for tho names of her comrades who have taken the two houses so (Close to her own, but declined the information. Sho did, however, express tho fervent hope that therl presence wouldn't add to tho comfort of tho Homo Secretary. The deference of the police to a .title wfil Bomctlmca savo a woman from arrest, oven If she Is a militant suffragette, and this fact was no soon er observed by tho leaders In the women's campaign than It was put to effective use. During ono of tho recent battles at tho London Patfllllou, while the suffragette detail of Scotland Yard was going thru Its usual weekly of arresting Mrs. Pankhurst, a miiiiiier of her defenders were lock- dijn a small room and placed under arAt. It hapiwned Uiat most of those womon wore subscription and adver tisement solicitors for tho Suffragette, aiyl on account of their services to tho official organ of the W. S.'W, U. It' was not desirable that they should go to Jail. Tho leader of the solicitors was a Idlcnlflod and stately looking woman, land oue of her companions secured well-tonowex-erc- Versailles, Prance, Sept. 2. The thrilling maneuver of turning a somAccording to the law of the Metho ersault In the air with an aeroplane dist church, Rev. Mell bos served flying at rapid speed, was repeated his full time (which Is four years) at today by the French aviator Pegoud Reaver Dam and will dd'lyer his last over the aerodrom at Due, near here, sermon at this place tho following with perfect' success. Sunday September 7, and at Liberty Pegoud had promised that his church the second Sunday. performance at Juvisy yesterday was Rev. Mell is not only a preacher of not the resiilt of an accdlent, but was ability, but a splendid cltzen, always a proof of proper control and also of using his influence to heXp every the stability of the aeroplane. iHe cause which Is uplifting to society, carried out the daring feat with apand tho general welfare of the peo- parent ease again, today In the presple. Beaver Dam people, regret the ence of officers of tho French army going of this Godly man from their flying corps, about 10 military and midst. Ever ready to help peop'.e to clvKJan aviators and a large assembla better life, always a friend to tho age of the general public. friendless and anxious to rescue the iPegoud ran his aeroplane Into the fallen. .Venter of tho field and Indicated to Too much cannot be said of Mrs. a battery of moving picture operators Mull, who will be greatly missed. She and newspaper photographers the has been Interested In every d part of the sky from which he would of church work, and lias proven begin to .y with his head downward. very efficient help. This couple have He then took his. seat at the motor the best wishes of the people of ant's rose In a spiral to a height of Beaver Dam and wherever they .may 3,000 feet. There ho turned his aerobe, the people are to plane Into a vertical position urith on having two such people am- Its tall upward and drove down toong them, who make It their even ward the earth like an arrow. When day business to help others to a he had descended to an altitude of Christian life, and to the Home' Et- 1,500 feet he began with his machine 'A Subscriber. ernal. to describe a vast letter "s." The wheeVs of the aeroplane were clearly vsllblo middle of the WARNS AGAINST "S" sticking upward, while Pagould corfld be seen hanging with bis head WOMEN VOTES down. The aviator silled along In this position for about fifty seconds. Then his craft, with a great sweeping curve, came again into a hori"Stop, Look, ane Listen!" Says zontal poslthlon, this time with the The silence, aviator head upward. Representative Heflin, which hitherto hod been disturbed only by the whirr of the motor, was of Alabama. broken by a tremendous cheer from the crowd. Meanwhile Pogoud spiralled to the Lynchburg, Va., Sept. 1. Represen- earth. He had beenln the air only tative Heflin, of Alabama, flung an- ten minutes altogether. When Pegoud clambered from hls, other challenge to woman suffragists today when. In a Labor Day address seat a number of women presented here under the auspices of the Young him with flowers, while the aviators Men's Christian Association, he plead- and military men crowded round to ed for woman's work at home in- Bhake his hand. A number of his adstead of at the ballot. He declared mirers bore htm shoulder high to that "In the mad clamor for the bal- the aeroplane shed, where Pegoud, lot women are hazarding much and using a box, as a platform, tofd. the entering upon a perilous journey" and crowd of his experiences. He declared that the motor was warned them to stop, look and running at only quarter speed, while listen." "Ohio defeated woman suffrage by the aeroplane was upside down. He an overwhelming majority," said Mr. continued: "The machine was completely unHeflin. "Michigan defeated it by a New Jersey had der my control. I could have flown tremendous vote. woman suffrage and, by common con- farther in the reversed position, but sent of both men and women, aban- no object was to be attained by dodoned tl. The militant suffragettes of ing so. Besides, hanging downward England In their rage of wild fanat- for" a long time brings the blood to icism are trampling upon the laws the head, and would cause inconvenof God and man. They aro committ- ience. ing assaults on English officials and "It Is easily conceivable that some burning tho churchesof the living-God- . persons might immediately suffer from congestion, and thus- - lose conUpon the home-lovinconsecrated Christian wo- trol of tho apparatus. I, however, men of the United States rests the felt no such danger. The greatest lesson learned from safety of our Institutions and the Pegoud's feat, according to experperpetuity of this republic." "It is neither proper or necessary ienced aviators who witnessed it, that women should vote. The exigen- It that no matter what position an cies of the occasion do not authorize aeroplane is thrown Into while In or domand it. A woman suffragists the air by squalls or accidents to the said: 'I am fighting for my emanci- machinery, and aviator, If ho keeps his presence of mind, should bo able pation.' Tho emancipation she seeking is emancipation from the to right the machine and volplane plans of nature and the laws of God. downward In safety. The family is the social unit, the harmonious whole with one hoad, not Twenty Dollars in Gold. two heads." Will be given by W. E. Ellis, the produce merchant of Hartford, at the Summer of 1854 Makes That of Ohio County Fair, for boat saddle 1913 Seem Cool. and harness horse, either sex, any Tho hot weather la 1913 Is not a age, fed on Arab Horso Feed bought by Sep1 maricor to Uie ho weather that pre- of him. Must enter contest tember 1, 1913. First prize Is $15.00. vailed during 1804, according to an 5t6. second best, $3,00. old record. o This record shows that for seventy-ohOhio County Fair. days of that year, from June 22 For above occasion the L & N., to September 17, the thermometer never regjstored less than 90 degrees, will sell round trip tickets from EUultch and all lntewne-dlat- e days It went lnd for twenty-eigstations, to Hartford. Ono above 100, The meau .temperature for cents for the days was 9G.43 and (are plus twonty-flv- o the soventy-on- o days i was 101.53. round trip (minimum faro 50 cts.). for twenty-eigh- t The maximum temperature for the Dates of sale Sept. 24th, 25th, 2Cth time covered by the record was 101 aud 27th. Final return Uinlt SeptemII. E. MISCHKE, Agt. ber 29th. and tbp minimum 90, Tribute to the Rev. Mell. The following dispatch froni Frankfort, concerning the effort being made to secu-- e pardon for KYchard Allen, of Casey county, wlli i)4 ot Interest to many here. Mr. AlWn for many years after his escape resided in Ohio county, and was recently ar rested In Missouri by Sheriff T. H. Black, of Hartford, who had been sent by the son of Charles Tucker. Many people In Hartford and Ohio county signed the petition for Allen's pardon. .rt-me- nt In-th- Frankfort, Ky., Sept. 2. A strong petition for the pardon of Richard Allen, who escaped from the Casey county Jail in 1887 while under sen tence for killing Charles Tucker, and who was brought back to Kentucky and placed in the Frankfort Refor matory a few months ago at an expense 'of $300 to the State, the amount of reward offered by Acting Governor McDsrmott, was presented today to Gov. McCreary by W. M. Meyers, of r Lincoln county, former Sheriff of Casey county, and Attor ney P. C--: Moore, of Liberty. They 'tell ah entirely different story of the killing of Tucker from that re lated by his son, Charle3 Tucker, at whose Instance the reward was offered and , Alien was brought back to Kentucky &' servo his sentence. Tuck er said a feud battte was about to be precipitated In the street of Liberty on tho August election day, 1S86, when his fathe.r who he said was the friend of both factions, went between the opposing forces arfd attempted to restore peace, and that Dick Allen in a drunken frenzy broke away from those holding him and shot down his father. Former Sheriff Meyers said there had been trouble between Tucker and the All'ens and that before Dick Allen klled Tucker the latter had shot Bill Allen twice. Two of the Allen boys were tried and acquitted on peremptory Instructions, he said and when Dick Allen was tried two ma terial! witnesses were missing. "There was no mystery concerning Allen's whereabouts," said Air. Meyers. "Everybody in Casey county who was at all interested, including Tucker's relatives, knew he went to Ohio county when he escaped from Jail, and knew he was In Missouri. Members of Tucker's own family In Casey county wish Allen to be set free. Our petition is signed by Wlll- 11am Herndon, of Lancaster, Com monwealth's Attorney when Alien was tried. Every county official In Casey and Ohio counties signed the petition, as did many citizens." Charles Tucker, of Frankfort, the son of the man Allen killed called on Gov. McCreary to protest against the pardon. v State Militia to Receive $73,000 Washington, Aug. 29. Kentucky's appropriation fro the maintenance of tho State militia was fixed today at $73,000 by the War Department. Indiana Is given $87,000, West Virginia $47,000 and Tennessee $67,000. The announcement of the amounts allotted was made today by the War Department, and Is made under .two appropriations of $2,000,000 each, one for promotion of rifle practice, and arms, equipments and camp purposes, the other for supplies and ammunition. The money was apportioned according to enlisted strength, New York heading the list wtlh 14,900. The Empire State win receive $375,000. NIGHT RIDERS SEND THREATENING NOTES Demand That Admission Fee for Religious Service in Crit-- . tenden Be Stopped. Marlon, Ky., Sept. 1. The frist attempt ot night riders In Crittenden county to broaden the scope of theri operations from tobacco matters alone to other affairs came yesterday when the committee In charge ot Hurricane -- g, man-trustin- g, -- Blind Man Sentenced For Slit Skirt. camp meeting, sixteen miles north' of here, received threatening letters demanding that they drop their custom of charging admission at the gates ot the camp grounds. In order to defray the expenses of the meeting, which has' been an annual affair for many yaers to charge fivmall gate fee on the two Sundays during which the meeting was on. The plan had met with some dissatisfaction, but on the whole seemed to be working out very well. The notices were found scattered all over the camp grounds yesterday morning, but admission was charged nevertheless. Special guards have been Installed composed ot and the committee, Seeing somo of the best citizens of the county, propose to proceed as be- - , , ... . .. Kansas City,' Mo.. Sept. 2. M. J. McCarty, who wore a sign saying that he was "deaf, dumb and blind since childhood." has begun serving 100 days on tho municipal farm, and all because he forgot his affliction and stared at an aull'.e that showed through a slit skirt. J. W. West, a clerk, had Just given McCarty a dime, and the mendicant was so absorbed In watching the liandsome young woman who wore tho silt skirt that West called the attention of a policeman to the beggar's actions. fore Ask Teachers to Use Rod, ., Big Success. Mad-Isonvll- ht Central City, ky., Sept. 2. Labor Day of 1913 In Control City wM go down In its history as one ot Its most tmprotant days. There were at least 5,000 people n town, and about half traveled with tho two brass bands out to tho Central City Athe-Utl- c Park to' see tho first aid field meet. Graham team carried off first t prlzo, and tho Kentucky Midland Osteopath. team, captained by Martin Vandlver, Div Wilson, Osteopath, Is at the carrlod off third prlzo of $15. The second prlza'was tied for by tho Echolb, Commercial Hotel at Hartford every Taylor and Crescent teams, and on Tuesday and Friday from 7 a. m. to 7tf. a secoud tryout was again tied for 1:30 p. m. Chicago, 111., August 29. A plea for tho return of tho rod as a means of punishment In the school room by Dr. D. Stanley Hall, president ot Clark University, Worcester, Mass., In an before the Cook Counaddress ty Teachers' Institute, precipitated a llvu'.y discussion among the Chicago educators. "Pleasuro Is a wonderful thing." declared Dr. Hall, "but too much of It deteriorates life. A contain amount of pain U needed for human happiness, and that applies to the schoolroom as well as tho rest of' Uie world. That Is ono of tho reasons why I thlnlc wo should go" to the rod for punishment." "The rod supplies the best punishment to the unruly child, but If used the teacher should not wait until her anger has. cooled." to-d- The problem here Is, to get the total fuel vd'ue from the 'coal, and to make It available for shipment any distance. Uncle Sam does the former very well. In his power plant boiler room he burns all ot the gas (which othproers lose) by a scientific cess. He produces power cheaply, as he uses his plant to fuller capacity. Undo Sam doesn't ship coal. But he transmits power. As a side Issue, the plant Is now furnishing 35,000 kilowatt hours of electricity a month to this city, at 4 2 cents per k. w. h. The city, retailing it at Its old prices, is making a profit, and rated wilt go much lower. . Hero's a striking example of the way city and Nation may to develop agriculture and Industry. Uncle Sam" might supply power communities. t But how shajl theso vast coal deavailable for distant posits be made fuel users? Prof. Babcock has shown the way. He takes a ton ot lignite and separates tho gas from the Joal, getting 11,000 cubic feet of cxcoltent gas aud half a ton, of "briquets." Theso briquets havo almost the fuel value of antbraclto coal, aud are easi' er to ship and use. The .process Increases the vauOi(of the raw coal and makes ltchecHlr' marketable In a great regloithat. Imports most of Its fuel. And yet notj ono private operator has seised . the '' opportuntly. Many residents are hoping that Uncle Sam will do some more right here In tho Northwest. air-bla- st y V xBissssmssmsaifmsiJim!. 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U.-- j Woriaa.ari' Til-- v.Uit 35or an a. s tat Hz.aas.o or it C.r.m aa. ) ;A.fcjr Tvr'x . 8-- r. At X . . ti.t A ,t jT.v ' Vwfvi JU a- - Wr rv f Y( W t'r fi 'f t."' ft rn''i. fH n T.'Alwn Arf i IlllWii I II iiip -- Ts$ woma, itt ih1 Z v ia. a?ai7 tr nraroii eil ijt aaif aiaurfoft Sjnaaii mira-1 3i".n" do. naains lorti ait Ttit-x-a-- .. c Kentucky State Fair SEPTEMBER 15 to 20, 1913 The Kentucky State Fair will offer to the farmers and livestock exhibitors an opportunity to exhibit the best products of their farms and best specimens of livestock and to the women an opportunity to display tfteir handiwork and cookery at the 1913 Fair, for wntcn uoerai premiums are offered. ( i ciJs.r r 'Ju j v.i i.vsr.a.R z'.j 6rc.ivi a. o lv aa Ta 'Viora. 35rR. ivf(v yjuii Www tv fd (yii$ m Ai1 v Wn ymmf y rH-f- aanHvCn vish it? hr..- trt sr.4 v w'Skj vMnTn.it wrvfr'wui aitmtrv, )(ti r to ' U.MI0.M , f--f rw A TuKti a.i. WoA-ii- 'a ajr, tnrySai limits, . iM rsr.nKa. wij:a .. of ra .wuf ic "i a i.U iui. marau iss. r Zx th. Er.'oait.-ffl- 111 ! nlVHM:.fta yytMt , V-- Hv fJiA'it-- J CritJ; f.r itj C.VTAC -- Vti? -- .. w. c- '"' - "'wi. .ryr f.i -- RaiM bVjiaj f a ftrfAJ: TiA (vVJ.'-aft,j,Jr ,, t)1.r vma. U. w coteasaa, ras vlJea rtitfon rsay tstt tic ivov,r r.v lr,t if trnititra! atot Fx kforzactoc. Esjtt BUak.. Catalog. Etc.. aJdrou w. r,t)ir ftviiv !wi.rf:iw:. A,!v v fu a rfMrhKu Hi.UI raf.ia-tint tiwt m.Tr.eoriuiA ai tAMfzae tfc,n aaf uW. w eiaV it wrotranr Caaabr of aif ts wifeo.ta Til r ,t oo ala(Jr ta J. L. DENT, Secretary, jitaat. fa im r Srrt7 wrfo"t frt tA 6f a U!1, Gnt.'al tbtts fAu i!(Sl nr.'afcr. x:ut tiJr 6 frf t oail for Proirw. GwiAta I OIIICUII I ir .7, ainl f.S fM GJaa.nW r. criy. V aa. 705 KAUU JONES BUILDING rrrf 'Ji t.V ifxtt Marfti&.A to row:. 'X.aW.! ta ytnvu. Ta. ofie aa4 tasitzkt room. Horary ffftttit , ft.1.s.A fA fc.raaAourtu t r7 irr v.ta tM m yrftrt.tfrn . r,iwft of tof xrfnajrti T11 ezer.nilT taS of ta L"el 7a f;A?.n Onrra. f;iJUifn ,rrJifar. v th. v tVron?af7 fsiS4t tt jrr t!i it, txM Cosspaay. lti CARE U.'o Ia.wras vr!.r-- (.( tt. Mrfar. fT..ti. MaMr fwi viat rJ.r'.ia Iteir vnttrtx. xii tvilktx c a tratnt th FOR STACKED ALFALFA t fo?r of ta rarloai iie- Why Stop So Soon. . if to ti VTAt, iu afa Ai.of fca."J ftia Taifowxi: krtWatir invfoTft f,C pariaiau ocewpr th Iito3U to fsi & Way t Cur Hay to siarj of M fintA. .i In a nolKiiborltig county In Western ftrt.rvf fu Trt rt5vaar.ir r.v.1avA7 Vtta araW f(w.'uJjitlo. ta v,ll w faaur a imh Coor, laeJailTo, ai irH aa oa la Rake It ?Tv r.'orfrr .f fa v a.1 ! ii.tt.te. Kentucky n iiowuir printed tho Into Small Winraw and Let tho - tu r,1 nt ionnh itoe. ft t.t Mr fs the io!.tajxo5t ri of h:i '.nrni Uir, t:n Th bT.IMIn? coftMfsi re T3 afcr following ilottor from n man who wis .ftwr Crop Dry Out Slowly. DJPreairfeat'a oScea. EoaM of 7 f, fl fh hfch travel VX nttM vl'h 7 rn'.flAa- - t.u U trfr tinrtlm ?l7wr nomlnntiMl for tlm Mt.ilo uoimte It apwstir.r, frt CBUMrtnarvi. ri ft. M an.t Wr ftf trt GAttiftl.v. Aavtft ra TALlV.iT OfflCt i Uri ttHUP'AHC.Z. CGVPAHY iKYlCP.APZ. YORK CfTY, 2UICOPIC V1T O? Cwt fflflvrt, ci,J..iA 7h .' r"aaaisr nt Cwaaio.yit sSiJ ta rxiar ; cau iiaiiifa. Ta THE jaatt aa-ti- oe far si ipttri: n- jCmoiJ a n.i r.f 1341I na a.-.- M, .,;aA.n - 5wiwwfr ' a caiy ,(rfn ;w- m.-- r AsKntiH, ftt iv ftv' c aiu. '.a n v Jv(r 7h .aitt-w!f- ta KJr r fa Caasst- -r Jftw. Oa :1 iafei Zoce fH mmoittar7 rtoorrf ot voais? f;co: ii r& o ta t'rflfl UfAat aaJ ?it134; - nrtrt-i- Aj fcuens IG S30.000 in Premiums B-B- t a DAYS-- 6 Mi Hates - s-- -. s. vat-rtwlaj- : ;; r..-r.- tu tlu siii s?, ra rsK-rr- A . tt,: -. of e!-f- e! 'ta V t.-- a.?-v,tr- j a.-.- x.rfav ru i)wr,ulft(.ifWM cir., ritrlnr. in tot. wv7 hM, th U of j&n n, v. mAibiih Ia th 1u0nK to-v- t t's,t snni .i' RAi j, 1 II aail Krecatlre Ojsiralltef tf.f. a mlnrt, s4 are In tr.trfea iiftr r.irtal. &M'r ttryit7 KC3 'c flfteeath Coor. la fz. fftf vfu tt Wat tft aa otar, a Ttr7 eoa I " atra'i trr Medical Depart u lxiyrtr,m All ttat renla; irrajfneat. Th eoQUisjl ,&n'rtta "Its the la as eraerjfeaej to n:Uvt 4izz1 trsAfm. iitofJti tafety derlcr I m3t ot lh orapanr of vr. or dirt a.il rfr elwrawr b '07 tele aPlta' for the comfort aa4 coaTenlrjre ay cace of all the teaaata of the brjISdlcg. . .. The brjlldfRK U ealpt4 irJtb a plant for the cooling ol water for drinking purpose, th Jc4 aater di'tribated through .inltarj ' Ir.nila? fountains to different Soon j from the fcu'ment to the tventf-nfatThe plumbing U aomewhat Soor I tiniqut!. a the water U dllrered Intc In tke,baement aad pumped to I tank V j 1 large distributing tank on the top floor, near tbe tower. The building U equipped with an elaborate vacuum cleaning system and ventilating svatem which furnUbe I1 pure and tempered air to the Chamber tt Commerce rooraa, boiler and engine vaultJ, etc. room, There are 12.000 electric lights In the building. In the there tube boilers, iro four compound two engine, two one 100 and oat 150 k. w. generators. Thia compri-sethe power plant of thii Immense building. In the construction of the building, 07er S.H ton of structural Iron were U4ci The building has 237,976 square feet of rental space, and there are exactly 5,175,009 cubic feet within the building. All of the constructing work wa done by union men. The Union Central Life Insurance Company, the owner of the building, was established in Cincinnati forty-years ago. r,i .Varl .- tlr - :! fsetftTi to.-.'a- A iit w u4 i7 3etl rv h 1 stack ta good condition, and heating aad burning results. A. H. Lidllgh, assistant professor of crops at tea Kansas Agricultural college. says a comparison will show why tho water does not readily cure out of tho stems. If a tree Is cot down on a cool, cloudy day, said Professor Lelil-Ugthe leaves remain green and fresh for some time. They take water from the trunk and pass it oil Into the atmosphere. If tho weather la reasonably cool for a few days, tho water will all be taken out of tho tree. Now, If the tree Is cut down on a hot, sultry day the leaves will drv up and fall off. The water Is still In me trunk or the tree, and there Is no way for it to get out quickly. It la tho same with alfalfa. When It Is Impossible to wring water out of the bay. says Professor Leldllgh. It Is dry enough to stack. best way to euro hay Is to rake It h. it aJsou Impossible to pat alfalfa bay to tho credit In th district: "Now Sometime mtxthtr conditions make pears nftor tho i'ltotUn, U It added, t)f tho voUn In that tho IViipul," Tho writer alao doiibtlivw standH for tho ropisil of tho spollus book. n statuo ubotiuhlus Uie grunnuur, tho obliteration of all educational roqulm- .monta for school teachers and tho elimination of -- any punishment for assasalnatloii of the King's Eugttsh I will Ikw tlu ropeilin;?'" Hie HIumhId mw uitil tlm Klsh Law tho DrliikltiK Cuii Law utut the Burial CurUflwilo l.:iw. I think It a Dirty Shamo for Hulcli Uiws U Ut On Our Slutiio IliMikH. I Will lloo for What( 1 Iwb'av to ben ttui Intruat of fr bt . I s- - .Almostrr ""r. Life, Lost His A. Stld, of Mason, l?vr forgat ,t0 a merciless . Mtcb... will his terrlblu exp'ewuru storm. "It save ma a dreadful cold." he writes, "that cuus-Th- e ed severe pains In my chest, so It s 6til'tj"ji)a VIC7 OP CINCINNATI f'HOM THE OHIC CSnAPIiH IN T C IHVril VITH Lli'fANCCn TrE TOWER OF THE HEW SKY- - "Wotb all medicines as meritori ous ai Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Dlarrhoi Hemcdy tho world would bo much better off and tho per ceutago of suffering greatly decreas ed," writes Lindaay Scott, of Tentpls, m. Intl. For sale by all dealers. m 80VeraI dose3 ot Dr' the air Is very moist, tho wteww. S8 v W'overy which brought must be turned frequenty to ezposo sreat. relief. Tho doctor said I was all the hay to the sun. Hay often heats In tho stack be- - I a tM verge ,f l"oumonla. but to causo It Is rained on. or because It ab- continue with the Discovery. I did sorbs moisture from the ground. Not so and two bottles completely cured less than $5 to 10 worth ot bay is me." Uso only this quick, safe, respoiled on the top and bottom of a liable medlcr. for coughs, or stack oX alfalfa, put up In tho any throat pr lung trouble. colds, SOiC Price way. This loss may be avoided usual by sucking on a foundation of poles, , and Jl.00. Trial bottle free. Ouaran- m or under sheds. Tho money saved on teed by all druggists. a fow stacks will pay for the shed. Opinions differ on Just how much BOOKKEEPING tho feeding value of alfalfa its Ruclnut Dlmii.iii..hu by heating. Somo argua that TYPEWRITING ana1 while It lowers the feeding valuo, It Sk TELEGRAPHY improves tho taste. Cattle usually swiLB)Un n, eat brown and black alfalfa with IfPntlitat b irtriuiBtiw more roiisu than tbey do the bright f7i"A":iSr5S2S.VS " 22" tlissfif- - w ' green hay. ITwkiVilTL.;,0JiBa?;: 25-fo- ,lZ '.& ajL3tf UK ;S3sS2ssaBfiMfts rJTjii IM 7ffiTM?ii mil MmT'iiw'TiilmiJiiMZMi " rirniMWSSSIHIJijgjg ''' FARM SALE! !t : FOR One of the best farms in Ohio county, containing 102 acres. All cleared and in culti- XX3(X3ttCXXXXSSS3K3(3( i x WORK OF CYCLONE Arts as Matchmaker and Reunites Lovers After Many Years of Misunderstanding. By JOHN ALWAYNE. "Why don't you an the Widow Wilson git hitched?" his cronies would ' ! t vation, except 8 acres, which are in timber and enough to keep up farm for many years. 175 good bearing fruit trees; good four room cottage; good cellar, with dry room above it; two good barns one 40 feet square,the other 36x60. Six good strong springs of soft water; 70 acres of land is as level as city street. This farm is in a splendid neighborhood, and has a fine market all around it for all farm products. Two miles South of Center-towlf four miles from Rockport; two and miles from Broadway mines, three miles to McHenry, seven miles to Hartford. One-ha- lf n; one-ha- mile to Providence church; one mile to s mile to Central Grove church; mile to Stony Lone Star church; one-haPoint school house. Best reasons for selling. Price is extremely low, considering the quality of the land and its splendid location and surrounding three-fourthlf market For further particulars, call on or write : BARNETT & FOSTER, HARTFORD, KY. ask or William Yoakum at the village more. And Yoakum, with a Buddcn flash ot anger In his blue eyes, would answer: "I don't go courtln' no women. When they want me let 'em send for me." All of which would duly find lis way to the Widow Wilson's ears through tho wives of the various auditors of Yoakum's ultimatum. Nevertheless it did seem strange that two old friends should live In chilly isolation upon neighboring ranches. True the ranches were quarter sections, and at least half a mile lay between tho two houses. But they were the nearest neighbors of one another, and they had known each other since childhood. Yoakum was a man of fifty, and the widow might have though she did not been forty-fivlook anywhere near it. There were few residents of tho little Kansas settlement who remembered the time when it had been a frontier outpost. But everybody knew that old man Farley and old man Yoakum had migrated together and fought Indians together. The chllBren had grown up together and everybody had expected them to get married. Then Wilson had come along and snatched Adeline Farley out of Yoakum's hand almost literally, for the bans had been announced when the startling news came fron Kansas City that the pair were man and wife. Old Farley forgave his daughter and took her home when Wilson deserted his young bride; but Yoakum never got over It, He went to California and. was not beard of for Ave and twenty years. Then he drifted back to take up land in the town of his birth, to find all his old friends scattered or dead, and Adeline Wilson, a widow, farming her father's land. Yoakum had never married. Gossips averred that he and the widow f soon come together, even here?" would "You brought yourself, my dear, yesterday morning. There weren't any .robbers, Will, It was a cyclone. Picked you up from your plow and carried you nicely through the air and planked you down beside me on a bed ot bay I'd pulled down for Bessie and her calf. If that plow hadn't toppled over on your head "' But the Widow Wilson did not have a chance to finish just then for William Yoakum bad caught her in his arms with surprising strength for a sick man to show; and you can't talk they say. wbea,r,re being-kisse- d, e ers Except that she was more matronly and that threads of gray showed at her temples, she might havo been the same Adeline Farley, and he might have parted from her a few minutes before. "Adeline," he said timidly, "it all seems like a dream to me." Adeline was silent, but he could see that Bhe, too, was moved. "It seems as though wc hadn't been parted these five and twenty years, Adeline," he resumed. "Do you remember when we went down to the stream that night I asked you, and found a bunch of wild myrtle growing, and how I put it in your hair?" "And then you told me you loved me," snld Adeline. "And I've loved you ever since," Addle," he continued, taking her hand. Adeline Wilson mado no resistance, but her eyes were still downcast. "Why did you marry Wilson, dear?" asked the man. For the first time she raised her eyes. "I gunns because I was a fool, Will," she answered. "And you couldn't manage to care for mo Just the least bit, could you, Addle?" be asked. The widow wob tracing out the pat"Why tern upon the counterpane. wouldn't you come to see me?" she asked suddenly. "I guess for the same reason that you married Wilson," ho answered. "I'm stubborn, as you are. But I'm sorry. And when I thin that It was you who gave in and came to me, It Just makes me feel cheap. Did they get the robbers?" "Bobbers? What robbers?" asked Adeline, looking at him curiously. "The men who struck me down. Slick fellows they must have been, too. There was I, sitting beside my plow In broad daylight when they got me and 1 never so much as saw or heard them." "Where do you think you are, Will?" inquired the Widow Wilson. "Why, at home, of course," he answered. "Where else should I be? But I see you've changed the furniture round, haven't you?" The Widow Wilson was laughing and crying hysterically. Yoakum looked at her In wonder. "Don't you know that when built their homes they made them both the same and got the same kind of furniture?" she asked when she had recovered her "You mean that I'm In your house, Addle?" he cried. "Who brought me NOT PEPPERMINT BUT STRONG Illiterate Man Was Not to Be Convinced That He Had Really Smelt Nothing. At a certain northern Chautauqua gathering last summer a lecturer, at tho opening of his address, came to the front of the platform and took a small vial from his pocket. "My friends," ho said, "before I begin my address, I wish to test the ventilation of this auditorium. I am going to pour out this oil of peppermint. When tho odor reaches you, rulse your bands, so that I may see how rapidly It travels." He emptied the vial, and almost Instantly several hands on the front benches went up; then farther back the hands began to go up by tho dozens, until at last the people In the last scats caught the odor, and raised their hands. Tho lecturer thanked his auditors, nnd went on with his nddrcss. When ho had almost finished, and was speaking of the effect of the Imagination on our senses, he paused, and said with a smile that it was only clear water he had poured out of his vial. The audience bad been caught so neatly that even those who bad held up their hands joined in the laugh. But one illiterate fellow, whose band had gone up more promptly and emphatically than any other, did not quite understand. "What they laughin' at?" he asked, audibly, of the man sitting beside him. "Why," explained the man, "you did not smell peppermint at all; It was only Imagination." "Well," said the other, "I knowed it was somethin' that smelled mighty strong." Youth's Companion. Security Life Insurance Go. Not the oldestnot the bippest but the STRONGEST in- surplus security- to policy - i f holders. Highest ratio of assets to liabilities among-althe established- life insurance companies in America. Everything absol u tely guaranteed . No estimates. - l c .l 4ft should carry a guaranteed policy in strong company. YOU this .. " : W.R.HEDRICK, - Hartford. A. S. TANNER, - Oweosboro. EKEER HAVE YOUR SUITS Cleaned Pressed Dye-in- g LITTLE KNOWN OF HEREDITY Much Talk on the Subject, But World Still Awaits a Satisfactory Repairing and Explanation. special attention. Ladies work given Hats Cleaned and neatly done. : COURIER - JOURNAL : t : For 1913. You can not keep posted on current events unless you read the "It All Seems Like a Dream." COURIER- - JOURNAL Louisville, Ky. HENRY WATERSON, Editor though a bitter enmity seemed to rage between them. But Yoakum was proud as well as shy. Thus, when .ho was twitted, he returned the answer WEEKLY COURIER-JOURNA- L AND HARTFORD REPUBLICAN Both One Year for $1.50. Regular price of Weekly Courier-Journal $1.00 a year. We can also make a special rate on Daily or in combiSunday Courier-Journnation with this paper. al To Get Advantage of This Cut Rate, Orders Must o o l Be Sent to Us, Not to o Courier-Journa- l. o vt given above. "1 should think, Adeline, that a comparatively young woman like you would think of marrying again," her friends would say, thinking of her neighbor. "If it's Will Yoakum you're thinking of," Mrs. Wilson answered, "you're U dead wrong. When a man wants to come courting me, let htm come and ask me. I don't go out ot the way to invite any man into my home." "l'Unever enter her home until she asks me," was Yoakum's answer, and the two stood pat. Inwardly both regretted the position they had taken. Each had secret romantic remembrances of that period when they were sweethearts, but the widow's will was as Inflexible as his. They were not enemies; when they met they would bow and sometimes speak,, but their spoken words acted as a barrier between them. Thus matters ran along for a year after Yoakum's return. March came, snowy and blustering. The winds were incessant. Yoakum was harnessing his horse for the first plowing one day when ho felt a violent blow on the back of the head. Ho turned to defend himself, but everything swam before his eyes, and, with tho senso of being carried away ou a swift river, he lapsed into unconsciousness. Ho opened his eyes ages later, as it seemed, and the first thing they lit upon was tho Widow Wilson. lie was lying in bed In a darkened room, and she sat by his side. Her eyes were red from crying. Yoakum I endeavored to sit up. "Hush!" she said, gently pressing him backward. "You havo been very I ill. You roust lie still." The widow, in his house! Yoakum had often pictured tho possibility of ' such an occurrence but now, to his surprise, his sensation was one of, shame. He looked at her as well as he could in tho obscurity ot the roam. I I , ' I There are few subjects on which so Repaired. much "scientific" nopsense is talked and written as on heredity. Not very Work called much Is known of it as regards plants, less of animals, and almost nothing as regards humanity, writes Club $1.00 in the Atlantic. To H. Fielding-Hal- l read books on heredity, especially those of the Eugenic society, Is to read a mass of suppositions and hatardous Hartford Pressing Gltlb, inductions where most of the facts are negative, and only the exceptions Y. M. C. ABLDO., are positive. The very meaning of "hereditary" is not understood. If any HARTFORD KY.. quality Is truly hereditary, then It Is always hereditary. It never occurs except as the results of heredity, and it is constant, that Is to say, it invariably follows. But there la no aualitv of which this, can be said) That genius is not hereditary Is AN. CURK THE fcUJIC?d known. Even talent Is not. Nor is any aptitude. A lawyer's son more often wants to be a soldier or an artist than a lawyer, notwithstanding the environment, and It Is so with most professions.- - The exceptions seem to be due to training and influence,, not A UNMOVED BY' GOOD FORTUNE to any hereditary transmission.seems superficial likeness to parents AMP AUTWWaTjUnriUWnWWBC hereditary, but that Is all that we can John McCluskey Evidently Possessed assert, and that outward likeness by gTJAKANTMBP WJTTTACTOBn Calmness of All the no means infers an inward likeness. OS XOOTEY JtSVtOPBT of the Scotch Nature. There is nothing to attribute to heredity what Is due to training or waat of It was said of John McCluskey training. It excuses suptneness in when be visited the states that he governments and professions. was the calmest man In the world. Throughout his sixty years he bad Days. Without Food Twenty-eigh- t in Scotland. been a farm laborer A remarkable feat of involuntary Some months previously his brother ago James died and left a fortune of sev- fasting was performed 12 years by a corporal in a regiment ot French eral hundred thousand dollars to the 'work On brother he had not seen Bince they colonial Infantry.man his way 'to proheard cries in the heath- one morning a bade each other good-bceeding from a disused mine, near ftTl er forty years before. ni lawyer was appointed the ad- Brest, xt the bottom of an excavaA ii v "7LV , .m MFr ministrator. It was hiB duty to find tion nearly 100 feet deep Corporal .'AW.; . Andre Desrats was found in so weak the lucky brother. a "He was slicing turnips for the a condition that he could hardly articsheep on his employer's farm, up ulate a word. When be recovered his among the mist-cla'hills of Scot- rescuers learned that, after accidentDesrats land," said the man of law, "when I ally falling Into the mine, twenty-eigh- t had Mottling Is more Important la found blm. I had traced bis life from been Imprisoned for eat tho home than clear, steady or drink. days without anything to light Insure this by getttnc the old farm ou which he was born But a pig can beat a man. Dr. W. the oil that burns clear and step by step through the forty years clean without a flicker down to B. Carpenter In his Manual of Physiolot the last drop.v Pennsylvania and often most unpleasant weighing 160 crude oil retlned to perfection, labor, before I found him. It was not1 ogy records that a pig Costs no more than the tant-wagfall ot a , difficult, for he bad held bat few po- .pounds was entombed by the kind naves iMONKI portion of the chalk cliffs at Dover. It saves WORK saves eyes. sitions In all those years. Everyone Your dealer has SOUTH Oil was dug out 160 days later, and found In the countryside knew him. in barrels direct from, our weight still alive, works. "'Are you John McCluskey?' I to be pounus. but reduced In 10 iu asked. Chas. C SfoJI Oil Co. " 'I am,' said he, without taking his Of Course. eyes from the turnips and the knife. Louisville. Ky.' A New York dramatic writer tells Refinery at Warren, T. "'Your brother James is dead in of an actress of great popularity who We cell the celebrated "N New York, said I Carb" Auto Oil. ' "'Aweel, aweel, all men must e'en 1b just beginning to be obsessed with the notion that the public holds her j die,' he said, slicing away. "'He left you a good fortune,' said to be older than she really Is. The writer was assigned to interI. 'I want you to come to the house THr with mo, so that I can establish your view this player. He wished to ob- - . Identity and arrange for you to enter tain her views with reference to the state of the drama, a topic whereon , Into possession of the estate.' OF "Til talk to ye at sax o'clock, the actress did not Beem particularly , QUALITY.) young man,' said be. 'I'll be busy till anxiouB to decant "It does not seem to me," gently then. The fortuno will keep, but the suggested the Interviewer, with a turnipa will not.' " smile, "that I am really ascertaining NOT your opinion. You ought to be frank, SOLD Quite Correct. UNDER During the nrmy maneuvers two of- slnco your eyes aro gray and-- -" "Prematurely so, my dear boy, preANY ficers of the Royal artillery were disputing about the classlllcatlon of a maturely so," the actress hastened to OTHER NAME. tree. One said it was a birch tree, ad assure him. Judge. the other an oak tree. They could not Walking at Billiards. agreo, s6 they called a gunner who WARRANTED FOR ALL TIMc. "I figure out," said one ot the bil- . Jf you purchaso the NKW HOMK you wlIB was sitting near by and asked blm it he could toll thorn what kind ot tree liard experts playing In tho champion- havo n llfo asset ut the price you pay, uatt will, ship games, "that I walk three miles not havo an endless chain of repairs. It was. Tho gunner looked up and down tho when I play 400 points. Of course, S55giEEzS 3treo, walked all round it,, drew hl3 sometimes I do less than that, profT Jg vuauiy Bword, and began cutting It. Tho vided my average runs by nursing aro I ConiUcftxS rir I officers asked him what he meant by larger. When I can keep tho balls this behaviour, when ho looked up at closely together for a good run, that it Is the lessons the distance I havo to walk." them and answered: Cheapest This cue artist tiald be once made "I am trying to discover what kind 100 points and did not circle the table of treo It is." in the rack Inspecting the gash he had made, halt a dozen times. More amazing totuyi ot a sago the gunner still was the assertion that be had with the air seen the late Jacob Scbaofer run 100 at length delivered bis If you want a sowing machine, wrlto tot) points without going even onco entireverdict: our lsteit cataloguu belyry you purchJio. ly around the UMo. "ll's a wooden one, sirs!" " Tte New Home Scrag M&lga Co, OKRga, Mai. delivered. month. for and per rate killthecoucw: Br. King's New DtsTOwety Well-Know- n y 7"vfrtrrr d ih Lamp Oil thmt Save Eyas d on ( , NEW ( HOME - o fi---'rr- :. o ' "! ITt Hartford Republican. til" C. A. u-- n Kcb'j. ry TiMrvuC rate '. to l "t th Jort4rK roofed fart trip tucky mm irtwsiag SeKembor COVJCR Iw will be one and one-na- K be !as a quan.tr for from all point In Ken- Fcr thi6 ctnvent.on the MANY FAIL IN of sale Stewl-e- r 2r. 2T-2- C PARISCAREERS Lonely American Girls Die In Metropolis. . Longing ror Cause of I YOU DON'T HAVE TO WAIT - EARNETT, J. NEY FOSTER Agricnltnral Extension. CHOPS. - Kentucky Is a land largely mad mounts!'f ratline, hilly, w Tit artfrfi P.Mtean. wXk most rf It se4l of a ue . ImrmMtoz. These .w oendlttew .07CE TO SUBSCRIBERS fc ? w fara)V; iiiuio Work, Y orry ana 8 , . tt .rtr tkr matHr tU lor wartiiag aad In nearly every van uCOw unit H . M Companionship AoOeM aU eewattrfeatloas t n dy p( rf For Rain (o Break Your Wheat Ground With !- w iwt t (r th mm 1uswti' . tit- -c w j.jj ! m w tay - FRIIAY. SEPTEMBER we ww wiil be i the end of arry CaafcwtU Mhtwlse. Digfs" atni we trust that coaijlle4 t d i!iragitE are now attnpung to jtrew uiubiers as a further mark of their reaching the heights ?; of o?ual rights with men. 1 la alifniia and Colorado the tfvote before rTt,. iTfTWre fo. adg n g p?rted to hte said that onl by thi or ioiM or hedged 3fcaM oould the judiciary be "There was the American gir: who in aar be wound with immunity from the te- -ws dlwJ Jn ParJl. Juy J. Her nu w Xwn and y najorlty in the . AKOe6 vhea I heard that e from the influence o. a parUan furnishlnr she was In the hospkal 1 wt- to jut. ims cetlre or leghf-ature-. ,ra.. it s her. It was June IT tha- she are the People vUt wJJWa? onM t an excellent praoac if each took the pcfeon in her room at a aboat. The presen way to encourage the raisin? of far j. ww. tuough good hotel. visiting refcohse in thsi ooasxtunlty 'DDpUipD lip v .. hwptaU . a ew days. fnr k a4e up largejy wlta mea Hies Is to make cmpIonient stradl" ww-ks- . ha returned to his . I IlLfTllLII Ul dfll rtll .servant iaie previously beta the wao she said to me. 'Oh. I'm so glad that home in Waxahachcc. Texts. ri ,anMn, Where the nature of the Industry w are M great corporations ana id I will get wtCL I was so lonely I DOESN'T USE WINE not stalle, agencies should be pro Mrs. T C Bean and sose, Charles. or 1m Influenced by this ser- acre wanted to die. But .now I'm better. Mack and J. Edward left 'WedneAaa vided whclh would enable the wan the winter. wno ai-Knd the "loor fleUI Hr 'ill jou take some of my money and lof fc vlgil e only shortcoming of laid off In one Industry to obtain anMrs Bean's sister. to cet iusuce irom one oi McHeary. after But It Is With Tea Instead of other job some jJace else without too .v. crop is that it does buy me a ticket for America? I'm Gar Statl. ..J Vuoul i. to a ther divine" JUUKTO ..1. . Imn' ilV. fr.tA ..vin litvfcj til'un rfHrfIV going to go nome again. &ne taiK- n. rTV Mii ...... w..wV. groat a oss of time and earnlnpt tk.r irill ro tn thflr npw borne u awut a a iout," Ume if she thoughtLouunUe. Ky. When men working for wacs find Grape Juice That He Reproverbial snowbail in hades. tie BeaQ B.carei a JK- it easier to protlde for children, ujn-this valuabV; elemenr. of iant food she would gst weJL She had plenty T anu sue was waawra au giUon so- - ro: mone freshes Himself. j. r. R. company the dread out of work ceases to haunt Owiae to th failure of the tobac- - to ..the .soil. We must look to the. . full rf cnl'.liC But she got worse -- " them, the birth rate is ssre to to at Lous J rule- oo crop in Ohio county this year, called jerJajiaous plants to j up. Chicago Tribune. Miss Mary Daniel is in Louisville mvi V. VOUld be a gOOfl taillg to lia.Uga- - vuib iuuwa. "we didn t send her body home. the "no tobacco" campalsa. A- - perhaps best supplements this need. but buried it here In Paris. Shell purchasing her fa51 stock of nril- - Japan's prime mineitcr, Count .. .... .,. ,n v. KtKYLfullr rrown with . it i i. Jinery goods. is a total abstainer from the sleep Just as well as ta America. I Miss Zelia Lyons Is in Louisville 0f spirituous liquor, but he pre- woiid be far better to grow some rye by reducing tie quantity of rye . to grape Juice. In otter product, but they kaie never seed and sowing during SeptesnU-r- think. is sad. too. is it not? They purchasing fall millinery for Armes fers his native and Co. his abstemiousness he is abvo like able W If. go th wed. The. preferably not later than the fifteenth' "It here to do some big things--) me Kpntu'ckv would be far bet- - of that month. Rye and vtch after Miss Sara Efiiabeth Lyons, who secretary of State Bryan In the fact f awe mixing can be sown from the pBOl itno ter off financially and moraHy if Mling , Mr. and Mrs. Will Lyons, left Sat- - j Indulgence In tobacco bad for his a tound of tobacco, drill, in which case from two a Tuw . . .., .... .undjto death. and abo pecks of urcay . n ae louiErjjie . iacrc -- v. . in'.ntaitc. Ocr boil has bea lmpoiertshed i c beautiful, I spend lor . fcnt. t v n usea. several days before returning i Count Vamamoto is an early riser. rct commenkurate return. Kentucky of vetch per -- -" uou-- w f La. stem. Hr """ "c iU) ter j KCCld be a garden spot if tie soil 'Winter At 5 o'clock preoaiely eery morning! . u.-at-'- te - W- of ever saw was an American girl "hose Mj. .cmbling those D Beaa Jg ig i pWa Japanese garb. thiyped away in the shape of tobacbody lay on a table in my pUce. She pe. and a blue clustering j j EncamptaeatJat 'uiing teai in the neighborhood of! teaJ Uje G a walk co cculd be in place and in grasse- om hich appear shortly Chattanooga. Tenn.. in September, 0ildrf? residence in Tokio. Upon his reaid products necessary to human flife, .a w bringing better prices than ever, the ripening of the rye. lis re I Jatng "&-' turn he reads his papers with extra- tow ri. . .v. i r.f e !m, rf.7ii tad gave a party . to some fnenos. , m. rTii.T,orc Repels Attack Of Death, ordinary attention from heavy edit-Flv- e J w o g"ne. v,. boys aw8, .rom school ,fit in its suport for with h tendrils M nen. as soon as years ago two doctors told orials down to minor city events. cot iee? the -- iith Countess Yaxnaiuoto he has a U2 the year. Een at thU late day the vetch climbs nearly to tne iw- lonely. me 1 had only two years to llve." height of the rye. The feeding value out tobacco. If.'e cut startling statement was made plain breakfast, consisting of milk, m0n T1..,-.LI.; r. SUllman Green. Makvrhite, Col. eggs and rice. After his day's work, .. .... Tewb l8 ...... . ... . a i4" Ktntucey is jar uemnci ja iav tuckv farmers should lest its merit " " studiedT .music I ..j,.- - told me 1 would die with while his wife prepares his tea. and 'plaed the piano ... croo. rre. KAlters pertaining to education, when a. a -Although an admiral, the premier 1. IfcUIIlUUUIL at WJLi ULI LU iUC kUCU V Is Directing the Fastidicompared with many of the states 01 " jk artist, une nignt sue, , H. B. HENDRICK. medicine and I wears a frock coat. lMnctlally at S meas- ous Stranger a sonant to buy her a big Dept. of Agronomy. vert. Instead of going backward. tie he leaves his home In an automobile, " " w wel1 " and while she ate oar rate of school per capita should Kentuek v Agricultural Expenmeat re of and In fifteen minutes he arrives at !" v noi"1aVnfor tw bt Increasing. Our teachers are poorly station. I am working and believe I owe my the cabinet offices, which are inside friends in Paris she Jet the gas paid, and we can scarcely expect first life to this great throat and lung cure the palace compound. There he grimly Telling him that he will fill the room and kill her. And class work from an underpaid body To Mother that has cheated the grave of an- goes through piles of state documents You can use Bucklen'e Arnica Salve! "Do you suppose she made be?lee, and women. It will be re-find the "Best of Everyci EJtn other victim." Its folly to suffer with until noon he takes his European rashes. ! as she died, that she was having a coughs, colds or jctiabtred that Governor Beckham In to cure children of luncheon, which invariably thing" in the Bakery drives other throat and his campaign against Got . McCreary tetter, chaf Inge, scaly and crusted hu- - Hub; party with the ones she loved 3ung troubles now. Take the cur? the severity from his countenance, Line here. home?" a mors, as we'll as their accidental in-(for the United States Senatorthip that's safest. Price 50 cents and $1.00. and he is then ready for amiable And the little undertaker told me tew years ago charged that under Juries, cuts, burns, bruises etc. .with conferences, with hU secretaries. Trial bottle free at all druggists. THE CITIZEN IS RELIABLE tk. fnrmw administration Of MC- - t.vrfnf Kafetv. N'othinz else heals bO Of more CaSCS Of bullets, gas and The premier shuns social engageand quickly. For bolls, Vcers, old running) poison, of fine, brainy American j Creary taxes had been incrf-atements and late hours. At 4 p. m. he Program. And so is the the scho4: per caiiiu lowered. Under sores, fever sorf-- s or piles it has no' girls "killed by (loneliness" in busy.f leaves his office and got straight gay. beautiful Paris, the center of , por Trusts and Teachers Meet- - to his home. hi preent adminsltratlon the bchool equal. i cts. at all drusrgists. After a bath and a ljDg at Shultitown the world's art. District, Friday. stroll In his garden he partakes of per capita has leen reduced and xnon of the girls stember l'j, 1&J3 at 10:W a. m. Ell- "How old are hands are agreed that taxes must be Youths Punishment IS Navy a hearty Japanese dinner, for he is haV k,!,'1 lJlta,f":lvfc8 in Pa"6?i Increased. Thus history lb repeating Devotional Exercises Aaron Ross. ' a healthy, stout old tallor with ,a Hstment j I asked. BAKERY Jtself, and Gov. Beckham's fctatements ' why I Teach Frank Miller. real appetite. He wears a mustache HARTFORD Washington. Sept. 2.- - Nay Dejart-- j being vindelated. StKI Gov. Mc-- 1 "it Is odd. but they are all be- -j Exciting Interest In Study Annie and beard, now almost gray, but his art W. 0. Schlemmer, Prop.'' Creary is asking the Democrat of ment officials are greai'y intended jtween i5 and SO," he hadl. "Isa't j Carter, O. H. Park. eyes, bright and penetrating, testifythe action of a Mar land .State's that Just about the time In life when School D's lpllnc Mte Haxrigg, W ing to the power and strength withthe ctate to ele-.-t him "jubt one Ky. HARTFORD. whether I Attorn's and rbu?f Sherflls In al- - a man or woman really more time." Cas?b!er. in. At the same time he has a kind of theft to th lowing a outh convicted path they have chosen Islie Money Value of Education S. W. heart. His domeotlcs characterize Great Religious Gatherings at ewape punishment by eniibting in right one or notr Taylor. him as an amiable and sympathetNavy. Secretary Daniels today) tragedies of "careers: the The How the School Grounds May be ic master. Bowling Green. addrew-- J a letter to Gov. Goldsbo- Mobt of the American grils the made Attract he Mary Sue Johnson, If you knew of tho real value of annual Convention rough denouncing the action of theiHt$e undertaker has buried in Paris ShiCby Shultz. Tbfc elKhty-flrChamberlain's Liniment for lame o! the CLur.heb of Christ In Ken- - state officers, and Informing the Gov- - are, I think, girl who have chosen Course of Study E. S. Howard. lucky will u he-I- In the Flnt Chris- - ernor that the navy no longer is aifcarers" and then, at the last. y- back, soreness of. the unifies, sprains How I teach Children to Studand rheumatic pains, ou woifd never t'An Church at !Jov.J'ins Grwn, Sep- - Botany Ba for the punishment of when It has seomed to them too laU", niuth Hainraons. YiYi. Co.v. eniion culprlw. teuiber 'ii-l'discovered that there are more Baize, wish to be without It. For sale by Wbl8iering In School Bessie ,hae all dealers. m. Church whclh was dodciated oitiy a lUferlns to the high standard of 'wonderful things In life for women Earl Smith. I - charaev-- r few months ago is a !xautHul modprevailing in the enlisted than making fine music or painting ,ature Study Corinne Woodward. Coffins and Cradles. ,W plant. Th prognitu for perroruiel, the Secre'f y ald it wcnld j splendid pictures. ern Mrs. S. O. Keown. England Is apparently fas' conitng the convention which has Just Un noskary to dbv:bargj tho man in why Study History -- Verda I.oyd, to rvla-- France as a nation where The Implicit confidence that many jIarr. J;aCh. lbued announce an opening bokslon juAUon, and askel whether the him fjeopl have In Cliamberlain's Ciic. on Monday night Ui 22d with the Mar)lnd authorities want-Home Geography Erdlne Bunch, tho rulo is "more coffins than Recent Investigation dla- cradks." convention serinon by llv. R. N. turned over to them. According to Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy ,8jj0hn Allen. HirapMU of Harroduburs, the Chris- - . reports to the department, thefoundd on their experience in tbej roeB u rcJU,ro a Knowledge of Vow Uie fact that the average umii- , tlan Woman's Board of UHUmk. the youth unlisted Jn Baltimore rwiii-- 1 use of. that remedy .and. their knowl-- ,,gvchoJoK. w hi an eUlAmt teach-- . ber of off8l,rinB or a" lKllsu army ,offlcer U two. which Is Just half the accoin-.edg- e of .the m:sloHary onjaulaUon of 1,, afW a national curesi(.rA( H Kosg Shoriff luwl carry on tLe vwiiiMin of the Church of whluh panlod him to the recruiting Htalon j of colic, diarrhoea and dysentery that Agl.j.Uluren0bert Jackson. Ed numlje necessary toprofessional tho Blrths an,onB men L. CauMbtll of l.xlng- - and poswl as bis mother's friend. It hau effected. For hWn by all deal-- 1 AuBlJn J A iach, Henry Taylor. ,ncc' Mr. wo would Ulio to tny Hint tho closuru ' ,owir est anal) sis ten Mlsfclonary convenUoB, H. W. Naw wro .withhold by tho depart- - ore. ow can the tarent become a help-- . a"u '" ow":" of the kind wo sell faifo To encourage a great birth rate, Ium H xont. Elliot Sulphur er to the School Logan Smith, Wort 0LAT0N. reformers in certain parla of Eng- - to find nil) thing but tho best Ingre.- sewtfon Wwluefcday aud BHle &.UA Ticbenor, Clarence Dennis, ,mv Tied tho experiment of dients. Our corn, hay, oats, otc, nro Sept. 1. Sunday schools are pro- 27th., I hav placed an order for the Hay vlU be Thurwlay th How Would You encourage the Hab of tho v.vmi best kind proeurablcv.ell 5 to 50 ovory nlll Sivln a bonus . f,i ,rab slnee June 23, srtwlBB nicely. Baptist 3. S. at 10 ., of cieanllnc-Les- llo On tie prouraw ar two sanHi of giii Miller. Aaron "'- -" roin any ue.v, .- year. This rented In ;i .chljd of one jnMS Btate and .Vallowl Ittuleru id. the jjia, jf yu arc ja Bij,,j 0f Arab, ou a. m.'and Mothcdlst ?.t 3 p. ni. , 01 j,wl Chttrh. Slov. P. H. V.'lhliu' r twuer order hoa-- as I can't Cauton, Ohio who wii wialtads the :v it In hUrfr. Will llluriy be out Z E,r, u In Ui wrkl and idK largont LIU'i nwAkr car arrives. Special . . v uij iui miiisz. iiiiiiifii- vviiftwj Chutxh ,as mo oniy uituns 01 ntvpilig up ino jGonerl Discussion by Trustees. Ufiu tb Vjbit&'m 4 uttf by the ion for cash. Don't day night. He delivered thto 7lgnt strroons. OhtUtt In jNMhbernhlp, wff fMk th km Afe UHtlmvl with olhir alfalfa I VV I Tho relation botweon britks and . tli . E 1&3 Virgts Hockcr, Stn Aatonlo, coniHlifB with an tu&mt IppMHr imC. Arai towalttii no wrtansa J wages cannot be overlooked. Mut It1 cousins. fjjtyniid or way nnkim MuU-rial- . Siukl by Texad, has Un vslltlng An aUendati't ft Tho Proiluco Morohaivt nlht. t FOR FLETCHER'S S. Bean. .19 not to ue uriugcu over uy a Dontis or nro hi f frjkfctl . M V.' E. KLLIX, Poduc, Merchant. Dr. and Mr. J.Murtlc, v?ho has been of $25 or so. A far moro omvtive Mr. Arthur 'M. tou)lL- - turn all C'burtlKuftf C1uit Hartford. Mduloa. toAaadu bar Taft is as- - re-- Paris, Aug. 3P. Edward Jeaiirionod " smiling little Frenchman and ar the thorough loosening of ftr - Ml! from cuHJvauoB during the undertaker. He it is who buries toertean girts Jn Pari after tie vt leaves the ground in washing and subMqvieat killed themselves. OMttfttten for know why u,vy en J "I of EUlac The most rffenlvt way our lives."dont tM them with a fchrgttt'1r he this icnsat damage to adw saay UMes, but 1 ux. nX thse cul- farfc is b sever Ma be It is btiause lht r,v ..., j. ih h.fi . ra.iasi-no- . uv MCWKTm being preent- - ooae w lonehoaie. But 1 hare ..-e- d iBu a wUr, this ' vr vrovdliag b9Bie grow lac crop ataay. aaay of them. "How man '" t.h ? durinc these Well, for thirty-fi- t e ears seatnE. in favr as a cover two uncles burled atost of the AwThf A'aat aiost . ans. ana : was be- - leans wae &m m crot' la this state 1b ry-- This Is : o years. caut of the relate eheaunets of with tbwn for atauy can have their business. But 1 fcac rev-- I seed, th lateness at which rye swa. the comparative eertalaty er oounted. "oiaettai.-- I have had oaanci to of lffl- a stand. Ks de-roi for and the talk o the girls in the bosj-italfurnishes be- - 1 am the sexton of 4ie Aatrk-aaww tcj ,hjP u.ej l0 chBrBh bul crop At-fwma- er the pUlylng of rioplni: areas caus-- 4 br bavy rains. Corn if Kentucky' uriBC4&l trvp. especially from the ctawfeeUrt of area planted, aid this jj,t lJ.jbi dawage don asaually state oe beros THE OLIVER CELEBRATED RIDING PLOW 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. Ii 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. jMiprwil irf pr-rat- lBg .(..i 1- -- i.r iag w irtiz, -- s Ve t4S ur juif E. P. Barnes Bro.f I KENTUCKY. BEAVER DAM, . J ,'T ,w ,u..w srs fn fiPlN ' ... .il.un - , at ' bu;i lo .v. - c -- u. Ua ta r.. ,.--- re t" llerL!-I - - grandents.W pnng ku .n k01;,5 -- .v,, tu l. , Jin! baltw .a... ' .. a 0, -- - -- t .,, ,., K: . r:. : Til, THE CITIZEN ,-tt- ,at rj " rr .,.,. To Our Bakery, Other. ecei, at i d 2-- 1 'h or st Talking on Feed Ti J ' t- '" 1 d Djy m LL O -- many-Temarkab- le ! Jule """ l"" I zir:ii-:.T:'Thr -- -- CS .. n.!'n.. .."!. """'. "J ,;s ;"'i"!? .''' I nptl, Oliildren Cry CASTO RI A uinrrnnr, "rwnu, .... kuniulm J' Fill This Store is Black Cat Headquarters Less Darning Send your children to school wearing Black Cat Stockings. Note how much longer they wear. See how little darning they need. The heels arc extended, the toes and knees are reinforced so they give double the wear of ordinary stockings. They are made especially for children who are "hard on stockings." We specialize on Black Cat because we know they give the wear and satisfaction you demand. The makers of Black Cat Stockings have been making them for 30 years. They certainly have learned in that time how to make stockings that wear. -- We carry Black Cat Children's Stockings in all Bizes and three grades. Cotton, 15c and 25c a pair; Silk Lisle, 35c a pair. And we as well as the makers Black C&J. Hose guarantee them. This is the store for your children's school outfits Shoes, Hats, Caps, Gloves, Furnishings, all at the most attractive prices. Buy All Your Children's School Things Here. , M j Mr. Roy Bennett, of Kronos, was visiting friends In Hartford, Monday. Mr. W. M. Fair Is In the Eastern FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 5. markets this week, bujing goods for : the firm of Fair & Co. Miss Mary Laura Pendleton Is the M. H. & E. Railroad Time Table guest of her nloco, Miss Mary Howe, Mrs. Will King of Louisville. at Hartford, Ky. Hartford Republican. I L. & N. time card effective Monday Aug. 21 Dr. and Mrs. C. M. Heavrln, of tbo Hatter's home near Kronos. except Sunday. ! Mrs. Matt Rowe, who. has been tjjg, Bound due 8:45 a. m. No. 110 ' guest of hro niece, Miss Mary Rowe. Sunday. except week for Greonvllfe. Bound due 1:4G p. m. left last No. 113 Rowan Holbrook, daughter Mrs. except Sunday. Miss Marlam and Miss Lucllo Plrtlo 11. E. MISCHKE, Agt. returned from Oweusboro Monday. Taylor Miss Vlrg?nlaMcKInney"of grandparMr. Ed BuckFoy,, of Llvcrmore, has Mines is the guest of her ents. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Sanderfur. been the guest of 'Mr. Earl UIcl;ard. MIbs Allco Keown has gone to Hon. U.B. Likens, of Frankfort, wliero she began teaching In Sunday lu Hartspont Saturday and Central Park graded school Monday. ford. Mrs. John King nnd son, Charlie, Mrs. W. II. Moore, who has been no have returned from a visit with rela111 for several days, Is dangerously tors In tho Bell's Run neighborhood. better. Moving picture Bhows every Trl-da- y Muray, Mrs. James W.' Jones, of nnd Saturday nights at Or. licans mother, Mrs. Laura Ky. Is visiting lier opera houso. New songs and ir-'Stevens. Tujlor'and daughter, pictures. Adm'ssion lc. Mrs John 1 iuu ready to insure' your horsps, aro vWtlng relatives MIbs Vivian, JaeJ8, iuuKvb aud cattlo ajsaliuit ue.Uh at Blrdsoje, Ind. from any caue. Mrs. A."D. Rlley"and 'son. Mastirs, B. E. BiniCllEADj V visiting Mrs. RUy's par-cutJohn, aro Agt. Ky. Live Stcck Ins. Co. G2tf. at Euuisvlllc, lud. No. vMrs. M. L. Heavrln last week. No. 112 North Bound due 7:19 n. m. Prof. R. V. TInsloy Is spending a dally except Sunday. Mr. Roy Bennott, at duo 1:15 l. m. few days with Bound I t st. were tho guests of Hon. and 114 North dally South dally South dally Mr. Fred Robertson returned yes- Mines, and Mr. Claude MoKcnnoy, of .South Ainirlcn. Tho Republican Joins terday from Sebrce. Rev. Cecil Stovers Is hero from the friends of the family In Bym- THAT THaSL WHo D&4L Louisville, visiting bis mother, Mrs. j pathy. Tho funeral services of "Mrs. John i Laura Slovens. WITH S(NQ OUR, , Mr. V. D. MoorcTof New York City C. Thomas was conducted at the Ha.-PRAISED. IFYouWU-COV)ET0WOUr(jOO- D Is here at the LcdBldo of his mother, tlst ChurcJi Wednesday morning by, her jiastor, tho Rev. E. B. English. Mrs. W. II. Moore. Interim nt fot owed at Oakwood cemeMr. E. 8. Mauzy, route" 'i Heaver tery. A largo crowd of friends gath-- ! .1 Dnm, paid Tho Republican a call ered to pay their last, respects to this ' Do THE SAME. yesterday and meowed his faith In . noblif woman. Mrs. Thomas died early this paper. . I Tuesday nionifng, after an Illness tf Messrs. E. g7 Harass, V. S. Tins- - several months of cancer of the bines THINGS lpyyJnmcs Lyons and Dr. J. II. Plrtlo Mrs. Thomas was forty-si- x years of ' are spending a few dnys fishing nnd ago and leaves a husband and one' hunting on Rough river. son, Elijah; one brother, Mr. R. D. j Wynndotte WaBker, of Hartford; two sisters, FOR SALE White ' Roosters.; First pen trap nested stock. Mrs. J. Edwin Rowe, Owcnsboro, and Mrs. A. J. Casey, Lebanon, Tenn. MISHCKE II. E. Since early childhood Mrs. Thomas Box 371, Hartford, State Pension board has al had been a devout Christian and mombcr of the Baptist lowed 237 moro confederate pen faithful sions which, added to those prevl-ouf- y Church, and wV.l be greatly missed, not only by her many friends, but allowed makes the total 741. those active In church work. The1 Mrs. Shelby Stevens and daughter, family has tho deepest sympathy of visof CroWloy, La., who have been everyone in their sorow. iting Mrs. Laura Stevens, nro now visiting relatives In Beaver Dam. Mr. and rs. ..I If. B. Carson return ed from Cincinnati last weko. Messrs. Estill Barnett and Glenn Baseball Dope. Barnes left Tuesday for B'.kton where ASK OUR. CUJroMERJ, AND SZZ IF THEY they will enter school. DONT TELL YOU THAT WE HAVE THE LAI am ready to Insure your horses, Jacks, mules nnd cattle against death TENT THINGS, AND A-Sfrom any cause. Beech Creek, a, swift aggregation E. E. BIRKHEAD, THEM IF WE DON'T JELL THEM CHEAP. WE Agt. Ky. Live Stock Ins. Co. of ball players, played against Hart52tf. Saturday afternoon, deAR.E WILLING FOR. YOU To ASK OUR CMS-TOMEJudge AVilllam Alii, of Hardlns- - ford here feating Hartford, score 2 to 5. The' was In Hartford Wednesday to burg, 5ECAU-5battery consisted of RlckWE ARE SURE WE Board of Tension Hartford go before the' ard and McDougdl and Brown, and Examiners. Judge Ahl paid this ofHAVE DEALT FAIRLY WITH ALL WHO Beech Creek had Mack Brown and fice a pleasant call. Cody on the points. Oreaocount of HAVE DEALT WITH MS, AND GIVEN THEM Prof, and Mrs. H. E. Brown, Mr. Wlthrow, on second for Hartford, and Mrs. J. H. B. Carson, Mr. and letting an apparently easy grounder THE BE.5T IN THE MARKET. WE WANT Mrs. Hooker Williams, Mrs. Z. Wayne go through him the visitors took G. Keown were three runs, and caused at panic in Griffin and Mrs. John KEEP OUR AND WE WANT among those from Hartford who at the Hartford camp. The game opened funeral of Mrs.iC. P. Aus by JUr. R. T. Collins calling tho gamr, tended the THEM TO OUR PRAIJE, AND WE ARE tin, at Beaver Dam, yesterday. bub It had not progressed very far, GOING TO TREAT THEM RIGHT. THAT S Illder Sampson Cox, of Indiana, unti) the visitors objected to him, preach at the and Mr. Rayj Addington called the has been engaged to OUR POLICY. WHAT Do YOU NEED FOR First Christian Church in, Hartford remainder of the game. morning and evening. Dr. Cox Sunday .SCHOOL. Hartford Wi pay Livermoro; here is a brother of Congressman Cox, or . Indiana, and is a noted preacher, and Saturday afternoon. is very fluent and entertalnlnc Ev Beech Creek defeated Taylor Mines erybody is invited to attend these at the latter place Sunday by the 8rcvices. j Bcore of 17 to 4, and at Central City Messrs. John King. C. E. Morrison Monday 14 toC. con- and Frank May, who have tho traor. to paint the court house, In An article that has real merit INCORPORATED. terior and exterior, the jail and the should in time become pop'ar. That jailer's residence, are now painting such is the case with Chambrelain's the outside of the court house.; It Cough Remedy has been attested by already looks much better.) They have many dealers. Here is one of them. emploved Mr. Raymond Phillips to H. W. Hendrlckson, Ohio Falls, Ind., help them. writes, "Chamberlain's Cough RemCol. C. M. Barnett, senior editor edy is the best for coughs, colds and era Worfid's Progressive Shows, now of The Remibllcan. arrived home Wed croup, and Is my best st.ler." For 19 TEACHERS LOSE on their twenty-secon- d annual tour xa. Angeles, sale" by 01 dealers. nesday morning from Los and will give two complete exhibitCal., whree he had been cabled to RIGHTS TO TEACH ions at Hartford Spetember 16. HEFLIN. the bedside of his brother, Rev. G. This stupendous aggregation is unW. Barnett. While Rev. Barnett is Sept. 1. Mrs. Virgil RIggs and chil der the'personal direction of the Sun quite weak from his Illness, he was dren who have been visiting relatives Brothers, and the assurancePls atade able to stand the trip to.Haruora at Centertown returned home Sun- Certificates are Revoked For that the programme for the resent fairly well. At present he is at the day. season Is newer and richer than ever. home of his sisters, Mrs. Matilda Tin Mr. and Mrs. Ira Ellis and baby, Fdilure to Attend To add to the variety- - a complete ley and Mrs. Fannie Taylor. Miss Clara Ellis of McHenry, spent Japanese Circus Company will exhibInstitute. Master Wilbur Rhoads, son of Mr. Saturday night and Sunday with their it the very cleverest Oriental acts and Mrs. Will Rhoads, city, has been mother, Mrs. Mollle Ellis. ever Imported to this countrr-a- d School began here Monday with awarded a trip to tho Kentucky State Frankfort, Ky., Sept. l.Mn. Nan- now seen in America for the first Fair, with ail expenses paid. Some Prof. Forest Bell teacher. time. manage Mrs. Bettie Porter and Mr. Wilf nie Fuilkner, of Lexington, Superin- T weeks oko tho State Fair Over one hundred great artists apment offered this trip to a boy in HIggs attended the funeral of theri tendent County pear with this big show. Dean and of the Fayette answ- aunt, Mrs. Mary Howard at Green each county who gave the best schools, today revoked the certificates his matchless band appear at every er to three questions pertaining to Brier Monday. by nineteen teachers of that performance and they are a delight Mr. nd Mrs. Ves Shown, Mr. and held management. Several from this farm to all that hear their great concerts. county. county entered the contest, and a Mrs. N. M. Russell and Mr. and Mrs. In each case the certifciates were The menagerie and wild beast exhibifew days since Young Mr. RhoadB re- Lem Porter and fanfly spent Sunday revoked because the teachers had not tion Is1 complete and an educative di- ceived notice he had been awarded with Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Whltaker. complied with the statute requiring verstty. Roscoe Balrd gave a peach cutting the trip, over other contestants from them to attend the county. JeacherS i This great exhibition wiTl apppear 1 Ohio county. Wo congratulate him up Wednesday evening. they its comp'.eteness, rain or shine, at Mrs. W. C. Bennett of Boda spent Institutes. When the fact that on his success. County HAKTFOUJJ, September 1G. 8t3. Mrs. had failed to attend the Thursday with her daughter, and Monday On last Thursday Teachers Institute of Fayette County nights a few of the young men of Ney Rowan. How's This. atwas brought to Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Rowan and last October Hartford gave hay rides. Those presWe offer One Hundred Dollars Retention of Mrs. Faulkner, three was ent were: Misses Flora RHey, Ctor-dl- a daughter spent Saturday night and but one course she couM pursue, and ward for any case of, Catarrh that Wright, Mattyo Duke, Beatrice Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Foster that was to revoke their certificates. caiJMt be cured by HrVl's Catarrh Louise Bennett of Hartford. Haynes, Gayle Tlchenor, The statute says, that tho certifi- Cure. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, G'lenn, Phfnus. Nancy Ford. Leila cates of any teacher falling or re- Ohio. Field Seeds of All Kinds. UMary Felix, Loralne Sullenger and county teachers' We, the undersigned have known Have a big stock, bought earty In fusing to attend the Artie May, oi uwensuoro; .uesrara. 15 years, grade of institutes shall be revoked, the word F. J. Cheney for the last Hardin Riley, Earl Rlckard, Ross, season. Can furnish best shall being construed as mandatory and believe him prfectTy honorablo Ta"ylor,Vlllla!n Moore, Loney Hoov- Red Top Seed as cheap as you can in all business transactions, and fiFor sale by W. E. and not directory. er, Pffifre Taylor, Shelby Stevens, order them. The unlucky teachers are Nannie nancially able to carry out any obliProduce Merchant, HartGlenn Barnes, Clarence Iglehart, ELLIS; Phillips, Lena John- gations made by his firm. , 7t4. Tracy, JIarle C. James Glenn, Mr. and Mrs. Ellis ford, Ky. Waldlng, Klnnan & Marvin, son, Mrs. H. U. 'Akers, Emma JohnFoster. Wholesale Druggists, Taledo, son, Elizabeth Bush, Elizabeth Clbud, Card of Thanks. Tho case otThoCommonwcalth vs. Ida K. Smith, Rhoda V. Glass, Ella Ohio. McHcnry, Ky Sept. 1. We desire Olarenco Keown, charged with killing PhlHlp's, Anna Snowden, Mary E. Hall's Catarh Cure Is taken Internheart-tel- tj O. Cressy Greer at Fordsvllle last week to tender our most Blnccre and O. Don- ally, acting directly upon tho blood rel- Fiddler, Mary Stenor, James gratitudo to our friends and was brought before Special Judge C. Gibson, Emma Moore, and mucous surfaces of the system. atives for tho sympathy and kind- aldson, Florida M. Crowe for examining trial FriPrice, 75c. sent free. us during the Illness Mabel Pollltt, Elizabeth Carlson and Testimonials day, and tho defendant by his attorn ness, extended per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. Virginia C. Betts. our precious ey, Ernest Woodward, waived the and uiwn tho death of Take Hall's Family Pit s for conTho certificates must bo revoked, examining trial. Several witnesses baby Charles Thomas Crowder. ( but tho teachers have the right to stipation. Wo are especially grateful to the were Introduced by the Commonappeal to tho State SuperinRev. Brown, for his words of com- take an wealth to determine tho amount the Fay Your Taxes. tendent of Public Instruction K, tPio to, the donors of tho beauball should be placed, nnd Saturday fort, and Stato School Board. They must show Taxes for tho year 1913 are now morning Judgo Crowe fixed the bond tiful floral, offerings. the duo and we are ready to recolva BEREAVED PARENTS. cause why they did not attend He Keown gavo. at $2,000. which institutes. Tlloy must havo been 11 same. Owing to a new law passed was held to tho action of tho Octoor some other equally as good reason during the last Legislature, relative Notice to Water Users. ber grand jury. will stand to preparing the receipts, nil tnxetf Persons who have hydrants must or their certificates Mrs. C. P. Austin" dlod "at her homo will havo to be iald at thu offlco. S and leave water morning not attach hose in Beaver Dam Wednesday running over night, nnd they are not Big Show Coming to Hartford please call and pay jour taxes at about 5:30 o'clock, after an Illness your earliest convenience allowed to use samo to water gardens. of tuberculosis. Sho was the daughter September 16. T. II. BLACK. 2tf. Wo want everybody to have plenty of Mr. Forehen McKennoy, of Beaver ' Sheriff Ohio County. to those Ono of Aniorlca's oldest, richest was a most estlmablo Chris of water, and It Is not fair Dam, and living at end or near end of pipe tonted shows, a modernized great tian woman, well illked by everyono Running up and down stairs swoep tho water combination of tho very greatsest and had a largo clnVo of friends. Fu ;llne to bo shut off from by tho constnt waste between them trained wild animals, tho most superb ini and bonding over'" waking bftla neral services wero hold at tho fam will not make a woman healthy or athorses and jtonles, tho greatost ily resldonco Thursday morning at '.' and tho tank. Unless persons and American artlstb, the lat beautiful. Sho must get out of doors. was tend to tholr hydrants nnd keep them o'clock, after whleh Interment be com- est "thrillers" that mankind can do- - walk, a mlla or f.vo gvery day ami hold at the Beaver Dam cemetery closed over night, wo shall 'wherever viso and In fact the newest novel- tako. Gunnibarlaln's TaUsts to ImBesldoi. her husband, Mrs. Austin pelled, to shut water off ties of tho, present day, all In ono prove her digestion and rogrfato her Respectfully, neglected. leaves "three children nnd two broth this is m. union, will bo found with Sun Broth bowuls. For salo by all dtj.!i, Kentucky Light & 1'o.ver Co. ers Dr. 03car McKlnney, of Taylor J RESOWEO U k 17 Goods Vll aakeyou RfHT. J know we've dor VE ' Ky.-Th- UP-TO-D- ATE ' J R..S, loi 70 Sa CARSON SCO, Hartford, Kentucky. te awwwi-i'nnwww- ttLrn xsxxx$xsxiesxxx$xxxx old grub basis. 2 I SI pressed towards evening that he felt he must got sympathy, at least distrac(Protested Note Makes "Blue tion of mind somewhere. So he went Great Superstructure of Bless to see Leila. j Monday," but Eventually There She was formal, chilling. He spent ing a Little Way Ahead, nn awkward hour trying to keep up a Was Glad Ending. cnsual conversation. Then he grew the lands of Wni. Greer, Frank and continues three weeks; third fairly desperate. He had lost his I By GEORGE ELMER COBB. Cod Only Can Roll Away the Curie Rejnolds, Sim Richards and Foster Monday in April, two weeks; third money It Idokcd as If ho had lost his It vras "Ulue Monday" for Max of Death and Redeem Man Earth i Reynolds; contalnlns TG acres, all of Monday In October two weeks. love, as well. County Court It. It. Wedding, with ft vengeance! It was after a to be ocnefltcl ly Pity It Ineffective "There is something I must say," The Human "u,t" ""8 by lhe establishment of said ditch, Judge; W. S. Tinsley, Clerk; C. B. ibright, blissful Sunday, for had he not ho spoke in a strained, tremulous tone of Power Cannot Reetore Arm Smith, Attorney, Hartford. Court Wh,Ch ,and was een Leila Marsh and passed with her nB he stood at the door In parting. "It CMCd at ?4 10, convenes Adam and Hii Race-- God Alone I. a"d first Monday in iach .ono of tho most delightful evenings Is on my heart and will not allow me 1KT cwit ""nally. contli. to at his life? Not that afTalrs were set-,1-1 to rest. Miss Marsh, Leila, I love " Afle the Meet the Condition, and Re.. iw,(?h1f &lld quarterly Court-Beg- ins Is levied upon and of- on tho P.ri.hlno Th. niuin. oi.n Law Attorney tu. ed in that quarter, but ho could not The solemn dignity of her uplifted February, May. fcred for sale as the property oflfA0Urth AIody Bibles-On-ly I. Outlined In the the iforget the bright eyes and radiant hand checked him. ' nnd November. HARTFORD, KT. John Coleman. Foundation of It Are Yet Fixed. .cheeks that had greeted him, nor the Court of Claims Convenes first "Not now," she said simply. "There Ct3, T. H. BI.ACK, S. O. C. Tuesday in January and "first Tues- Will practice hia prolon In UV .parting moment under the waving is a debt to pay, Mr. Wllber. Good London, Aucust day in October. and Adjoining cherry blosEoms, with tho white moon- evening." Conunre!l 31. Pastor HudOther County Officers C. S. Mox-le- and Crnlnal Pinctico a. Specialty. light drifting down upon that rare And nbout a week later Max knew son, of the London Survejor, Fordsvllle, Ky., It. Vbead of burnished gold. FOR FLETCHER'S that Leila had done two things P. D. No. 2; Bernard Felix, AssesTiibernnclp, h n d . Then, too, up to tho hour of the opened a savings bank account and Insor, Hartford, Ky., It. F. D. No. 2; for his text today I opening of the bank, Max had felt sured her life. He might admire her Henry Leach, Superintendent, Hartthe YtonlH. "The something more than cheerful and high consistency to principle, but this ford; Dr. A. B. Klley, Coroner, Hartpeople which slmll happy. He was thirteen hundred do- set barrier against love made him Sheriff's Sale. ford. Law be created shall llars to the good, had a permanent JUSTICES' COURTS. wretched By virtue of a judgement and as- prnlte the Lord; HARTFORD, KY. enjoyed the confidence of the I.flin f"mi ilia lln rjM,1 T"..,.1-,.- . They met at church, at some local for He hath look- sosstnont rendered in the Ohio Coun- - after 3rd .Monday in .March, Tuesday ibank officers, and vaa led to look to a social events after that, but always a Mvrs. W. II. Bhtoah and C. T ed down from the ty Court in tho action of C. It. after 3rd .Monday in June, Tuesday cashlcrshlp in the near future. distance between them. It nearly height of lllsSnnc- - Hhoads, ot nlt on Motion for Public after 3rd Monday In September, Tucs Smith announce that thy luv forin-- a tho formal broke the heart of Max to see a And then the reaction: KirUn.-alii. . . V ttiiiry; from Hoiiv- - TWl. t ...It fee tho gonvrul jwac i uu) auer jru .Monday In December. call to the office of the stern and dig- marked economy In dress on the part did the I.rd , TZ John II. Miles, Friday tice of law, excrpt criminal and dlvof president, who waved him to a of Leila. She was an orphan and .TOOITSSElT) )J en nified after 3rd Monday In March, Friday behold the earth. , ,. . .... seat and tossed a note across tho worked as stenographer for the city to r nie ... auer dm .Monday in June, Fridny cwob, Mr. Smith bulhg County AtUir-ns- y io hear the gronninc of the prisoner glass-toppe-d Is iiruwmuw from practiiclug such, table with the single courts. Her pay was not large. ho hest and best bidder the fol- - after 3rd Monday In September, to loose those that nre appointed to word: will Individually lowing described tract or parcel of triday after 3rd .Monday in De- ceaecs. Mr. Bnrn "Saving, skimping, suffering to pay death." Psalm 102:18-20- . Protested." cember. roe me, who would give her my lire! accejt Buch practloe. it" Off loo The Pastor opened his address with Iand lxunled as follows: O. E. Scott, Cromwell, Wednesday pale as he reflected Max, distractedly. Max turned a little the declaration that the Bible reveals ' Bv th5 lands of S. L. Phillips, Win. after 3rd Monday In March, Wed- H.irL'9rd Republican building, Hart scanned the bit of paper. It was a note There came Into the bank one day ninety days old, signed by Simon a bronzed, bearded man, with a ragged the only God of love and pity. The Greer and Henry Ixjyd; containing nesday after 3rd Monday In June, ford, K". Marsh and indorsed by himself, canvas satchel bearing traces of long heathen gods are vengeful, tyrannical, 47 acres, 42 of which was adjudged Wednesday after 3rd Monday In Sepiu Mon-ua- y amount $1,000, and pinned to It was and difficult travel. He placed It merciless. The picture of God in our to be benefited by the establishment tember, Wednesday aflei in Decemndr. the notation of fifteen dollars interest acrosB the counter, opened It and took creeds, formulated In the Dark Ages, of said ditch, and which land was John H. Miles, Rockport, Friday j Him even more than do 8C8SC(i at of that amount out a small wooden box. oTerdue, and one-fift30.00, credited by V'o" uuer .sru Fr'eav the heathen Idols. To rid himself of wlth c Law balance."' after 3rd .Monday ri .March, Friday for protest fees. He was considerably t, , "From tho mint," he said in a curi- the misconceptions of the Almighty, Monday In June. , ,. ... perturbed, but looked up fteadlly with ous, hoarse voice. HARTFORD, KY. ' ami after 3rd .Monday In September, Frl- " ul'n furnished by our creeds, and to appro the question: JJt TB? clerks watched hlra with some c tbe property of uuj auer jni .Monday in December. ASSOCIATED WITH M. U IIEAVRIN: date the God of the Bible, should be V'""1 tor J. "H could not bo renewed V J Interest. SatCentertown, They had never before seen ino Heirs of Irani: Coleman, de- - urday C. Jackson, i after 3rd Monday In .March, ''Scarcely," sententlously remarked those1 little oblong yellow bricks, the endeavor of everv nerson. This office is equipped for handcoascd. Saturday after 3rd Monday in June, ib president, his declaration fixed and stamped. "TJ. S. M., J10," "U. S. M.. Next the Pastor called attention to T. H. BLACK, S. O. C. Saturday after 3rd Monday In Sep- ling Commercial I.aw and Collection God's sympathy for His fallen crea- as the utterance of fate. omber HO ft u. rtY ,Ji"- D. Al., ill tember, Saturday after 3rd Monday Items as well as other legal and lititores, as expressed In the text, and toi 11 will pay It. then." said Max. who i them to the "lact that It is n direct contradle- - I in December. J.he stranger placed gated matters. Practice In all the QvtetYy drew out hi check book, cal- Sheriff's Sale M. C. Cook, Renfrow, Tuesday afone side" with' a single i7S5?tlon: tion orour theories respecting the Dl- - I courts. Prompt and vigorous service. M2. B'.yp puu iibbcu uver UJVhere is Mr. Max Wllberr'v-S- -. "y v'm" ,Qf a JwOWMOt and as- - ter 2nd Monday in .March, Tuesday M. 1,. Heavrln'a Office. .oe earnings and savings of two years, . And this. Is what Max ay when he riP pfctiWtlnatlon of more than nine- - I rewrorcu c 01110 County after 2nd Monday In May, Tuesday-afte- r hirmanlty to an eternity of tenth!! 4r 3rd Monday in August, Tuesdone quietly aBd siriIcT can?? out Jroat fhe directors room. "Tii TKr t Jirff iiii nut o,n. i Court in an action .of C. R. Rhoads, day after 2nd Monday In November. ly according' to bank ethics, but even "I promised you," said Simon Marsh, don His iieatuTetEi cleanse of the ills- - et a' n motion for Public Ditch 1 Thomas Sanders, Olaton, WednesWhen Max had turned to leave the 'will on tho 1st day of September, day after the second Mnmlnv In - vw- t extending a hand hard as a piece ot obedience In Eden. -- .3 gristle. "Jus March, Sater and a Oo'dYiloht. jlNSfit "" court house ,dir in Hart- - In May, Wednesday after 2nd Monday h dip into tne old chuto tailings. It's a rTCvr.t'chdn... In Wednesday after 3rd Monday ,Iord K-- - o!Icr tor 6a, lv the h,Sh- - In August, Wednesday Pastor Russell then described human sure ten dollars a day and I'm going after 2nd MonOhio County fcr iwiuui( day la rnovemuer. jjtlons as they nyiet ftttpfear rVoro :esi anci .yyai back to the Hills to repeat the ppera-tioHARTFORD, KY. jjewpolrtf. T&J WgnTls described tract M parcel of land Grant Pollard. FordsvIIIr Tnnc.lnv th as soon as I see my nieceJB"---" after 2nd Monday in March. Thnr. All Matters Given Prompt At ten. Max Wllber saw his uncouth visitor reTrlble eVbugh to iuukx ffngels weep. bounded as follows day : as far as the door. He whispered into Some are demeule'd to the extent of Bv the lands of J. P. Rhoads, uay after 2nd .Monday in- -Maw, auer 3rd .Monday In August. tion. PENSION AFFIDAVITS wallowing jn the mire of sin: some so jAmes Miller heirs, W. C. White and Thursday hrear: KWKaaiw:2nd Monday in No- - SPECIALTY. ..,.. "",s. P. Whltely; containing 4U acres; venibcr, after "SpeaTc one word for me." Cj..ultY mi ,uC. .u.c And this was the line he received hot right: others so weak that they M beneIltcd b thc whJch w J. L. Patton. Rullih. Prlilnv nft,.p l from the grim old prospector a feV cannot do "as thev would: many in prt- - .establishment of said ditch, and whlc 2nd Monday lu .March, Fridny after bns: hundreds of thousands in h!Lt hours later: uu .uununy m ajay, rnuay after 3rd sed at $4?0. credited Monduy "Debt Canceled. Claim your own. tils; other hundreds of thousands In In AugUBt, Friday after 2nd "? 280' wlth 6 P" cent on balance. Leila sees the light. Bless you both!" sane asylums: thousands of millions aionaay in November. I AM property Is levied upon and HARTFORD POLICE COURT. "Only a little sorrowing, a little pa- gone down Into the tomb; with a Tew, j Said C. M. Crowe, Judjte: John IJ. Wil tience," spoke Max that evening, Leila In comparative health, rushing head-- offered for sale as the property of To do any kind of Veterina son. City Attorney; J. P. Stevens, by his side, once again amid the lure long seeking happTneSsjjrfightlng and the heirs of Cecil McElroy. ry work. Horses, mules and Aiarauai; court CotnentB second MonT. H. BLACK, S. O. C. of the white moonlight, "and this glai cheaHjlgldnmass fortunesXsbjr hj dij ,W3 day in each month. cows need not die for want of fng, they mut ye- - .Al God looks ending. City CouncitW, H. Wllllam. )flay-o- r; Calls answered attention. tne?arth mti'st look like a vast 'jjBt Sheriff's Sale. much love, too. through all doiE. R. T. Collins. Clerk: E'. P. Thom day or night. as, Treasurer. Members the. cruel ordeal," whispered his prom hospital, cemetery, madhouse. Council By virtue of a judgment, and as The Almighty foreknew man's wayRotttrt Hoover, P. B. Taylor. J. II. Ised bride, tenderly. ward course and Its penalty of sin nnd sessment rendered in tho Ohio Coun-- 1 a. uirson, B. P. Moor, Tred Cooper. (Copyright. 1913, by W. G. Chapman.) death, and from the beginning planned ty Court in an fiction of C. R.j w. j. ueaa. Veterinary Surgeon School TrustocV-JD-r. E. D. Pcndle- to rescue man. That rescue Is not Rhoads, et al, on motion for Public PICTURED IT fronin fiery hell of feVerlastfilg" torture, Ditch I will on DICKENS AS XV. H. Barnes, Secretoo. Chairman; the. 1st day Of tary; the terrible cohdltloh I ;i913,'at tho'c'onrt ftotise door and J.Dr. J. W. Taylor, W. S. Tinsley MMamav c f f STHBt Henry James Tells of London In the D. DWft, and djjthjnjhlcli we Bhd oJrrtKBT artfotd Kyi feffcre .for t0 REIiltJIOUS SERVICES. '60., When He Visited Britain's "pVltanara. Uhs ting 's highest "and befit bidder the M. Great Metropolis. UHLJT E. Church. South Services "V Tv entire rajje.shacUI.ed with sla i owin'g de'scYrbctl tract or parcel of mornlriR'und evening every first and Man, A Bronxed, Bearded mm unuer sentence or ueam, nay9 ior ,. hounitcU as follows: third Sunday In each month. Sun "Henry James' description of London six thousand years been marching to Bounded by the lands of W. Cole day school 9: 15 a. m. Prayer meet room he could feel thus? bioblug. re- - as he saw it as a little boy In the '60s the great triS5uhouse of the tomb. -ing 'every Wednesday eenlnc. Rev. rrihih, J. D. Ralph, Pote Kelley and superior fixed upon Is not only one of the most Interesting Savllle, pastor. Cow enterlfig the, pHs'6f-housEking eyes of hie W. T. 'Ho'ward; containing 300 acres, portions of his biographical work, "A They aHj. Baptist Church Services morning nti the rate,'? ninety thousatjd 150 Monday;" hence at the Small Boy and Others," but should be feVerFtwenty-foiT- r tteu'ce "Blue was adjudged to hours. God hassym- ac8..1 whichtho cstabllBhracn t and evening every aocond and fourth Succeed when everything else fails. against Sunday In each month. Sunday school oon hour Max disregarded lunch and cited by those who contend pathlzed with them and has provided do bonctitpd. by In nervous prostration and female visited the dingy room where the man current opinion that Dickens' charac- a. Redemption. of said ditch,, ad which land iVda'tis-sessed 9H5 a. ni. Prayer meeting every Wed nesday evening. Rev. English, pastor. weaknesses they are the supreme ters are exaggerated. For Instance, he 'he bad befriended lived. He found dempnsVrated that as at $500 with 6 per cent "penThe Pastor then Church1 Services every Christian remedy, as thousands have testified. Marsh bending over a worn says in ohe place "The London peohualty. fourth Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7. p. ( FOR KIDNEY.LIVER AND icatcbel, trying to close its top over a ple ha'd for themselves an exuber- one man's sin brought, denth uion aron and m. Sunday school 9:30 a. m. Elder W. Said property is levied ance of type. We found It In particu- manity, so Divine Wisdom hasHimbulk beyond its capacity. STOMACH TROUBLE ranged that a SaVi'or 'should give salo as 'tlie 'property of B. Wright pastor. offered for "Sorry you came," he observed, lar a world of costume, often of very k k the best medicine ever 10M Cumberland Presbyterian Church his race. Sam Neal. over a druggist's counter. straightening up, but looking embar- odd costume, the most Intimate notes self a Itaii'O'id for Adam and Sunday school every Sunday at 9:45 In j T. I. BLACK, S. O. C. rassed and guilty. "I was just going 'of which were the postmen In their Ttls has already been accomplished a. m. SECRET SOCIETIES. after that thousand dollars 1 owe the frock coats of military red and their Christ's death. But this is only tue of The thousands of millions Hartford Lodge No. C75, F. and A. bank." black beaver hats; the milk women. actually be set M. meets every first Monday night "You owe It to me now,1 advised In hats that often emulated these, In A'dam's children must conditions. in each month. M. L. Heavrln, W. Max, with a nervous laugh. little shawls and strange, short, full free, from sinboand death ere they can Whole "FsTmify Benefited M.; Owen Hunter. Secretary. restoied frocks, revealing enormous boots, with Bu't'llfo must "Eh bow's that?" Hartford Chapter No. S4 O. E. S. By 'Wonderful Remedy 'Well, I deceived you. When jou their palls swung from their shoulders profit by the Redeemer's sacrifice. MXXMrSMEBSSOCCEEIlt meets every second and fourth Monwanted that money, and wanted it so on wooden yokes. Tho range of char-acto- r The New Creation. There are many little tilings to day evenings. Miss Anna J. Patton, SPCaiAL-OFFER- : to have such glitterGod's annoy 'us, under present conditions on the other hand reached rather bad, and seemed Pastor Russell declared that TlUtm U kalU lf.BlrM AtrlllwUP V. B.: W. M.; Jas. II. Williams. ing prospects, I hated to refuse you. dreadfully down; there were embodied benovolent design for the nuk Ton oar Denaucnt cuitoanr.. of life. The hurry, hard work, Miss Elizabeth Miller, Secretary. Prize CoIIectloi HML, 13. Kinai t I submitted your application to the di- and exemplified horrors In tho Btreots of humanity began Its work nt Pen-- J noise 'aiid 'strain all tell on us and iii Rough River Lodge No. 110 Knights U tte tnul I Trlp. I iplcralM j UbIm, btmt varic rectors, together with your security beside which any present exhibition is tecost. In His acceptance of the Church lir,ff-""r"- f iwMnnfiiMiaui. tend 'Wprovoke nervousness and of Pythias meets every Tuesday evenwavnAbcvj v rbbADb a deed for that ten acres of mining pale figures reminding me of George nnd the begetting of 'Its members 'by irritability.. We are frequently so ing. W. F. Anderson, C. C; J. Noy Write today; Mention this Piper. They Crulckshank's Artful Dodger arid his the Holy Spirit. - This work will conland out in the Black Hills. & S. laughed at It I I know you, and b- Hill Slkes, only with tho bigger bru- tinue until the entire number of' the worn out we can neither cat, sleep Foster. K. of R. No. 90. K. O. T. M. Hurtford nor1 work with any comfort. We meets every Tent and third Thursday tality of life and culminating far to Xeio Creation a'ro exa'lted SEND 10 CENTS esides" first "You needn't tell it!" almost shout-e- d the west in the vivid picture, framed by the power of 'the FIrt Resurrection. are but of line with ourselves and nights. It. T. Collins, Commander; hi t4 MllMtlw .a H4t4m BMtaaid. itwlhr w.th n.v . ". .. U to iinriiuTk nnitiiiir area an rum uu. the old man. "You did that for mo? by the cab window, of a woman reelThese will be a klud of L. P. Foreman, Record Keopcr. others as well. ufter-fniltAcme Lodge No. 39 I. O. O. F. And it's leaked out And ray niece ing backward as a man felled her to God of His creatures. The A E00fl thing to do under such . the ground with a blow in the faco." will bo much more numerous, though circumstances is to take something meets every second and fourth Fri knew it firfct." day nights In each month. C. .Al. Bar- Again, the "Your niece Leila?" repeated Mux, less choice in quality. "like stupefied. now being selected is "the Church Scored. written",. In "Jubt that She was hero nn hour Pill. Secretary. Camp No. 202 W. O. W. Dr. Miles' Anti-Pai- n Mr. Smart was a very testy old Church of tho Hartford ago, crying. She twitted me for taking; fellow, and If there was(one thing ho Ilcnven." The inference Is plain that to relieve the strain on the nerves. meets eery second and fourth Sat your last dollar. Say, did I know it bated moro than another it was to bo thero will be Mrs. J. B. Hartsficld, 33 Corput St., urday nights In each, month. Lesllo An honest, well meaning man, hadn't I -- caught napping." As a consequence, In the Regeneration Time.. t Dennett. Council Commander; w. C. Atlanta Ga., writes: my little mining claim and a ho was always very suspicious of any faith in hVallaco, Clerk. Then the Pastor showed conclusively Ladies! ave Money and Keep in( right to bellevo tliul tho bank eaw it deed or word tho full meaning of from Scripture that the . reltn of Sunshine Hlvo No. 42, h. O. T. M.. "I have on revcral occasions been by the mo of your vastly rcllcecl Style by Reading McCall's ery first and third Friday my way? Say, I feel it hard you put which he could not grasp. meets Christ's bnlnts is tho Pill, nights in each month. Mrs. Att6 the loan through for mo and risked a few days ui?o ho paid a visit to Millennium, or thousand years of which Iespecially tho Antt-1'ul- n Magazine and Using McCall Patterns for keep constantly , Mi's. your own money! I I tho zoo, und, being (ond of aultna, f righteousness, during which Satan will tho use of myself, huslmnd and tno Griffin, Lady Commander; Keeper.Lula McCiM'i Mtf ttlatwllt Lady Record tho woild iuo oiu inuu buv uuwii on uio nBwiiui was greatly uueresiea, ana soon got bo bound. St. Peter shows that then pons. Nothing In remedy. ciiinls Ithem Pendleton, Chapter No. 110, It. A. MiCALLS MACAZIhE lii'll )ru clro-- s Myl Koystono am Often an a headache )' it and dashed tho tears from his eyes. into conversation with one of tho will bo tho time of human Restitution ot ik iiHiilctuio (tabled by the uso of ono or two of M., meets every third Saturday night rMi!i.ly I. oe nii; i keepers. A very entertaining chat'ou- - to the priglnal perfection, lost by tho Pills to continue, my housework In each month. John T. Mooro High Max was really touched. )' u ; t unci 0:1 Uio I t"-"I've ruined you, I see that,' went sued, J Adam's fusli loin lu disobedience, redeemed by when olherwiho I would bo In bed. My Priest; W. S. Tinsley. Secretary, iluilios una li.ux w on Marsh quite brokenly. "I see It all. As Mr. Smart was ubout to leave, Jesus' obedience. All the willing nnd husband joins mo In my praise ot the AMERICAN SOCIETY OF EQUTY. Nn. 1','L u Dainu Antl-1'jl- n Pills und Nervine." II It was Leila I waB thinking of. Say, tho keeper turned to him and asked: obedient will bo raised out of sin nnd ("ill National Officers President, Ira M. 10. Alio .. u.iiiio lnfi.riimili.u "lly tho way, sir. havo you seen our I feel nieau!" In God's Image. This Pills J. Chryst, Hudson, Wis.; V. Presi Dr. Miles' Anti-Pai- n II U'lli Ullll I IT' . sum .uax, t dent, S. 11. Robertson, Uainoun, hy.; "uon-- i go worrying, unteiopor H'l.al UiuiU'ifc ls ,i,0 resurrection of the unjust, men- Unlr are relied upon to relieve pain, Secretary & Treas., II. G. Tank, Wau. greatly moved at tho old man's genu- lit a itsir liii'liii'im' There, thought tho old gent, was nn tloned by St. Paul. n fiwi pallL'iii. Pul. sau, Wis. lne misery. "You meant well. Aa to attempt to "have" him. The rest of the dend asldo from tho nervousness and irritability in thoutl n tixJty or State Officers President, J. II. Vrrtirr miTTr,'.; Mi fiiosaifluloiin- wild "No, sir," ho replied, stiffly, "I hao Church, constituting tho First ResurLeila, I am very, very sorry that she . Of proven sands of households. Princeton, Ky.; Vlco PresiI KeCkll hl't ru has learned of this." not May I ask with whom it was rection will not fully llvo again until merit after twenty years' use, you dent. J. II. llurney. Muhlenberg Co.; ti.imv wityou to .mnijo n Tint onn Ih.iw. tliy .Jn inm.i ( imuiuglur aunt eloped?" "That Is thc hardest part of It," that your black-face,,.;..,,. .1 nun uiniri II l,iiil n ,1( W) m rlvtl tho thousand years of the MeHslanlc can have no reason for being longer Secretary & Trcaa., S. U. Robertson,! la mj Ic u.id n. "Now, then, I'm .,0 ji! ; ,;. j mourned Marsh. St. Paul deKy.; Organizer, Kingdom lire finished. h. Calhoun. without them. loins toull'irf.i m going to leave here. Aftor that money. H,s dea of the p,yscan. Hartfoid, Ky. clares that tho gronnlng creation shall ?'r,.v,u ,'f fintttijox all Druggist, 25 doses 25 cents. At There's one thing I can do glvo up j ..Tho physician," says Brown, "Is be delivered from tho bondage of cor. Members Stuto E.ecutlvo Board-B- en f, pis An.llSrlica ' rrt'iniuuu muioiiuu ami ( ,ii 1'run Oliur. my foolish dream ot raising a million tne man wno t()u8 you tlmt you need ruptlon slavery to death. Watson, Webster county; J. v MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind. rue h.ou to;rA.Mr, 2:5 : we.t zn jt. miy rcsx It my iniuo ond go back U tho ' change, und theu takes all you have." Dunn, Daviess county; Henry PIrtle, to exploit -- ' Ohio couuty; E. 1. Ray, Hardin couu- , Wll-,1e- M good." It's slow, but sure Just hold that note. I'm going to make GOD'S EYE OF PITY ANU M uHIY Sfcrtff's Sale. a Judgment and j . . .. nniuerca in mc unio (Joun- Court ,n nn c. n. hoadBi ct aI on moUon for )Ubllc AGAINST LOVE Max shook his hoad dubiously as he left the old man. He was gloomy all day. In fact his spirits became so de rial Annf t Court T. F. Blrkhcnd, COUNTY BOAHU OF EDUCATION- l3en D. ltlngo, Attorney; W. Henry Lencb, Chairman, Ilnrtfohli .Midkiff, Jailer; K. U. Barrnss, Ky. j ditch, I will on tho 1st day of Sop- L. U. tonilcr, 1M3, nt tho court house door Clerk; E. B.It.Uirkhcad, Master Com- D. 1.No. G. TicTienor, HnrlfoM, it. F. missioner; T. Collins, Trustee in . Ky.. mi to Jury Fund: T. H. Blnck. Sheriff. 2. B. C. Hartford, Reynold. Ky. V .1 m iKbuisi mm ucbi uiuucr me toi- - LHartford. Deputies S. O. Keown, t3. M. S. PnttPrton, Olaton, Ky. lowing described tract or jarccl of Beaver Dam; 0. I. Jones, Iloutc 5, 4. B. L. Alford, Whlto Uun, Ky. Hartford; c. Earji, Koslne. Court 5. lllchnrd Plumtucr, Taylor Mines, land bounded as follows: convents first .Monday in February Kentucky, By """i By Virtue of m-ki-.- t-. . Directory Countj 4a1o Davenport, Warron county. county officers L. U. Tlch cnor, President; Henry Plrtlp, Sec rclary; S. B. Bennett, Treasurer. , , ty; C. G. Ohio Ju,f: ) - nJuE. :p'jDirj;sBj;DiY.ii:L lliy Otto C. Martin at -- Children Cry y, C A STOR A Barnes & Attorneys at Smith 'r ,,.., """"'" M? "' "Z y. u" Rc-kpo- rt, h ARTHUR q,j ;" D. Attorney at KlRit " fll, Y A 5' t2 " 1 0'""i it t r pa2! ' J. NEY FOSTER Notary Public n lli, fit" Th. ". , PREPARED Bt 'f W. H. jt Jltyer m RILEY Hartford, (9. D.ath-AppolnU- d fol-nm- e, Electric Bitters SEEDS' k ' """":1 !. d MrVMVvtfVW ft llrs.t-fru- lt s I Klrht-bprn- bjWKg s3 5 St a i'. after-borns- v ( I d n d 11 J , ,jon.th-ro-cre- nted AC 1 1 1 uiacK-lacec- I - it t. uai-mal- n, """" ISrBt SV. If iMEMijSiTifti'.,?riTf" tirtHiiif.ffeitfflgi - TT'W !mmm mn j AW-timt - XKXXXXSXXXXXXS the cat, looking qulta respectable with a charming cherry riband about its neck. Children Cry for FUtchir's NINA AND THE CAT Beina Black the Feline Should Have Brought Bad Luck, but Didn't. Tlio Kind You IIuvo Always Bonght, and which has been It il a hnitnn 4lint iilitiniiMA n frtsr iVtfl fin TaTtfal'a tt and has been nmdo under his per- -- J? sonal suicrvisIon since Its infancy. .i&rfli ytArsr U64M Allow no one to deceive you In tills. " are but All Counterfeits, Iniltntions and lxpcrluiciits t!i:it triflu with and endanger tho hcnlth. o( Infants and Children Experience ugulnst Experiment s Just-as-go- od , PareCostorla Is goric, Drops and Soothinjr Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms nnd allays Fevcrlshncss. For more than thirty years it lias been in constant uso for the relief of Constipation., Flatulency, "Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and Diarrhuea. It regulates tho Stomach and Bowels UHHlmllatcs the Food, giving healthy and natural sleep. Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend, What isCASTORIA a hnrmlcss substitute for Castor Oil, GENUINE CASTORIA pBeara the Signature of ALWAYS (2L&tfffi&u The Kind You Dave Always Bought In Us For Over 30 Years citt. twiit. n twc ctrrrauw o UKf. nuawar new towk POSITIONS GUARANTEED- We need many more WEwrltiniarealaoon.soon asthe enormous required to ot once As supply we tret the demand wlU GUARANTEE you a position If you for our trraduates. tbls offer will be withdrawn. 80 number of students write at once rot particulars. 5 .faaaaiaafasalfasaisaW I I OHO. W. SCHWARTZ BUSINESS COLLEGE ItOQrOB.TBD KvJ Pclii5rMlSTdt have a reputation V.'TJ.JZ pays Tauccwlul acrd growing behind them. . SEEDS . ,1(7. .11 HIHEXPERIENCE GrotM alfalfa 1 BO YEARS' nf I If" Northern o( W.MnJ kK,.i t :&uoiutle Specialties: -- !. KmI Earliest Rrd Valentine Imp. Wirdwcll'a WillieKidney . . J4.J0 Wax J4.75 gushe Davis New Ruat Proof Wax . Kjo Currle's "5Ur,i.v.r:"2..Wax Jj.j5 bushel srRnSa n:w Mnnf less uiciji Bushel - BEANS . Croft Waddlngton voted It a blessed cbanco that Impelled him to spoil a good suit of clothes Indulge In a chill lng bath and place himself under a doctor's care for a week. It was all for a cat, a skinny, homeless, black cat, only the feline had leaped Into disaster from the soft graceful arms of the most radiant young girl Croft had ever seen. He had been only a week at Durham mi won ft RtranEor there. He had worked too hard for Ave years for a great oil concern In the city and had broken down, yaluel and popular, the giant monopoly had given him two months' salary In advance and a liberal bonus and had told him to get out Into the country .and build up. . Hull at thn rfand little town la Cleo." If ' "Cleo?" he repeated lgnorantly. he had come to. At tho end of even a "Cleopatra, the black cat." air, brisk walks, week, however, fresh now," bowed "Ah, I understand real cream and home cooking had already begun to restore color to the Croft. "In trouble again?" Prompt Attention and Good Service. "In dreadful trouble," declared Nina, cheeks and brightness to the eye of h. invalid. RIho he would not have and the corners of her pretty mouth TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, been able to perform an extremely drew down dismally. "From the first cour- aunty has rebelled says a black cat heroic act, at least manly and ageous In" lEe eye of pretty winsome brings bad luck that we have enough ' - mouths to feed. I think she drove it Nina Vincent Ua hot! rnmn unon her midway on a awajr purposely. I know she scared rustic bridge crossing a narrow but poor Cleopatra." "Who has gone back to be pelted deep stream. At a glance Croft saw r was In direful distress. She again by the street gamins I suppose?" that she bad beea carrying half covered up In inferred Croft. . I1.3E "Oh, dear, no. I have traced Cleo- The Republican and Ixiuisville Herald a light wrap the black cat In question. It had given a sudden leap tor free- patra to a burrow over near tho creek, 1.50 dom. The animal missed the rail aimed but I can't coax her out" The Republican and Courier-Journ- al resounding yawl and a "Let me help you." for, and with a 1.75 Behold the convalescent, lively as a The Reptblican and St. Louis Globe-Democr- at splash struck tho water and disapt an hour later bending cricket, peared under It. 1.50 There was a vivid scream from the over a rock strewn spot with a match The Republican and Home and Farm young lady. To Croft It sounded quite and looking down a cavernous noie Inquirer 1.75 heartrending. A true Knight Fidelia, where two .bright eyes glowed. The Republican and "I've got her," he announcea, tnu he acted on the spur of the moment. 3.60 so The cat did not seem to have the drew out the truant. As Croft did The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald strength to struggle. It had come to he dropped the lighted match Into a 3.59 the surface twice. Croft leaped light- - little pool at one side. There was' a The jxepublican and Laiiy uwenaooro inquirer flash. O'boro Messenger 1.75 "Oil!" he said. In some surprise. The Republican and Twice-a-Wee- k "Quite a And. Miss Vincent, I wish to Investigate this." .1.75 The Republican and Kentucky Farmer One week later Mlse Clarinaa xses-b-lt walked Into town to sign over the The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. 1;30' old farm for a royal sum to the great 1.60 oil monopoly. Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer She carried In her arms, tenderly The cherished, the former token of misforRepublican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer 1.50 tune, of 111 luck, now transformed to The her glorified vision Into a veritable to, mascot Cleopatra. d AndrUs-her wake UKe cooing " Croft and Nina., She wore an engagement ring, and he the cherry from CleoDatra through rihand stolen whom golden fortune and happiness had come. (Copyright. 181J, by W. J. Chapman.) fiftv-cerln stn-np- s By WALTER JOSEPH DELANEY. That same day Crott wan able to be up and about. The next he essayed one of his customary walks of course towards the woodland cottage. Ho passed by It several times. It belonged to Miss Nesblt. the aunt of Nina. An up bill down dale tract ot Arabia land went with it. tho sole pos session of the maiden lady in question. Croft ventured to intrude upon tne general domain. Then ho caught, sight of the flutter of a dress in among a nest ot shrubbery. It acted live a magnet. He climbed a fenco and reached a spot where the object of his Interest sat upon a fallen tree. Nina was crying. It seemed his fate to come across her always In some girlish Ingenuous pose. She sprang to her feet and Impulsively extended her hand, thn tears chased away by genu ine pleasure over his convalescence. She was still so grateful for his kindness! She had chlded herself as the cause ot his Illness a rush ot words, lo cneck "herself wlt& a conscious blush In the midst of. telling how ha had not left her thoughts. "Hence these tears 7" ne mtimaiea smilingly, "Oh, dear, no!" she disclaimed "U, lao?,e '! n,?fc'Pj Thsro cro The feelings ot homes ore duo to-- tSifl lllne o! the wire, tnotl;r or daughter. the pale and wrinkled Use, hollow mind, the ncrvoMsneM, tho Iwfofticd nnd circled tfVtft, result naofit oltea from those disorder pooulisr to women. ro !i0 must naturally have tfood bealta. the woman jto bo happy r.nd or constantly rettirnM patru aaJ feelings, hygterin, Drnriiiind-dow- n achet aro too great n drain upon n woman's vitality and strength. Dr.Vitte Favorite Prescription restores weak nnd sick women to sound health by regelating and correcting the local disorders which ars generally responsible for flw above distressing symptoms. .,.. a.,1 fi. tt.A nfiaf. rfinwV M. ... wrltM Mna. B. F. Dtc. me. .S. V years wmso UtA that Ilfo wja a ", T,h A. year ao this winter Co to a hospital bcioro 1 would ever bo bettor. nnd iprinn 1 was worsa thin ever before. At each pertod 1 sufTeml Ilko I em tho mother of els children. I wa no bail Me one In torment, fivo months that I knew aomethinir must be done, no I wrote to Df.B. v. rierce, tclllnr him as nearly as 1 could hew I fluttered. took two botUe coursfl of twatount which I followed.fr. I'm Medical ID.acovery amla. nnd onof, 'GolJen ot 'Favorite .t boUleof "Smut V'land have never mifiarwl much elneo. wish I could tiU ever nutt.nltKf woman tho world ovor w.iot ,3 boon. I un. There, is na us wastiPB tuno and mono Dr. doctorintf with anything el or any ono else. The Medical Adviser by R.V. Pisace, M. D.. BuStio), N. Y onswei-- s hosts ol delicate question aboot wUicfi every vroman. sinfiie or married ought to know. Sent i to pay for wrapping nnd mailing onl7. on receipt of 31 Via. UtoKOvan. SooJ-IooIt.n- jt HAPI?Y THO' MABXRIET)? o! percentage onhappy married lives, but a , ..m .ri."' "".'"S .JAMES & CO., First Class Uiverytneri Centertown, Kentucky. 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W. fUckftrtSceaFsrau. KKkfori,R "jsuaa ssissszsrusttvSvZitt n asiarasAm.NstlSf loaTais Scientific flwrkatt atiu&ii BftOMOmai7 """ITT aasitr sat the m r BU Wajhloston. VViw 4jfl, nf bathers. SBsrfO snuff-taklng il.iU 4s r&, wv M19X i a3Lm Tainr Il.si..u Apnn fM. I aitWUMStn w tMiT Alt W - ObCtUn PATf 'Ci VlTmM Ulm iBWlWsMiT, I i Wf Ssad vodtL photo on patenUblUly. book on troniaoi os-stOs- V r PASSINQ RircnEKCtS). I ksteh tor FREE years' praetlce. SUR- - I rPrt ' the every city and town Cansda, or by mall direct. More sold than any other make. Send lor tree catalogue, CcCAtXTS MAGAZINE More subscribers than any othei lashloo a month. Invaluab e. LaU on patterns, dressmaUmr, millinery, , tmagailne-mllll- ng-- lancy needlework, fialrdressinff. stories, etc. Onlr W cents a double). lnc.ludlnB a free pattesn. SubscrfCo today, or send lor sample copy. WONBEamX INDUCEMENTS loAirents. Postal brings premium caUIocue I and new cash prlxe offers. Address HcCAlX CO, ( le 4S W. ink SU NIW VOU A f feCAU. PATTaWNS Celebrated or style, perfect fit, simplicity an4 reliability nearly 40 years. "? Umted '",""'4 In waaHiwoTQW. Sctvorsth Stroot o; o. mw w,w rorrmOldl BULBS' r u 'SlSB'KaiTCBKSSr rXrRsKoSS? ..,- -. aanff x: E-Sleopyr-H.- ft permnent F triirSlflmakmetlon nirmatMl or oiuw 1 your V Uiiiaf s"'"-,-ir- i" r.T":r:ir.e.i0.-j!L4t- :i an K SPECIAL OFFER'. .. F tvJltJ W.as .. ItaaalatesAas. bjbj BUCKUE'S BULBS SUwwECD. Leaped Lightly Over the Rail. ly over the rail. There was a second splash. Nina screamed again. "With apologies from both," observed Croft with a faint smile as, he held the wilted and bedraggled feline towards her. "Oh, why did you?" cried Nina, her eyes sparkling; her lips distended, her hand resting gratefully on his arm. dripping as it was "but oh! how grand!" De it ii worth it ror tne cat, clared .Croft as Nina caressed the rescued animal. She flushed and tried to change the direct theme. "You know I teach music In the village," she went on In her artless way. Croft did not know It, but he was glad to know all about herself she would tell. "Some boya were tormenting the poor miserable creature. Poor thing! is dying out,, eh? You think tho snuffmaker's trade Is extinct, like that of the armorer? Well, you're off off, off. "Snuff-takin- g Increases pot, I adIn Fifth avenue or Rittenhouse mit. square. But It Increases. I sell mora snuff today "than I ever dldj The rMnaA Aannr.lallv since the abolition ot opium smoking among them, have taken up snuff. "But the rich Chinese, the mandarins, don't get their snuff from me. No, they get it from Portugal, from e r(eci- families owning secret, aa win rhnrarn as much for the 0X- qulslte melanges as $800 and $900 a N old-tim- "in.i an" ha laughed. . "you think Nofeheads Envelopes Statements Cards I Special Attenton In The Republican J?l aJ Ana oinerpruiieu AbL . ta.aaaiall aflslrTn luimsaic Uissa fast sW .r iynsivj- "i ' rTC - wa h,-- uw asVUn HI 1 ,n itttsiltu mm ." " Exclutlvily. Pitest and Infrlnpment PratUct Wrltaorcomstousat . .. Tt SUhth Str. asar ValWJ iim r " ?ww -",, es. , ' ...... "8END'aSCBNT8 ".CMSSitf wV?.: K ESSKiuSSK .. uf.J VuUM lnm"--- -a. uii ului n isu wuu I kin M.sa""." 7r .i. .iik a'iX'i.suTiui."". "- Bl -. .".7 MiatloathlMPmp4r waaranuiuni 14IHH. iH. . BuekbM .. ii.a nj.mi-iawi.--w o'oxrelSTiu lsBlK1'tuStH 'T'osmous- AV. ffi.'." rxi-jrJcsimctfi- ssjnt'rijrvitrtir sA 7cczZ?JAv . l . V r.; JZVMsWr79v3wt iHt&h JJDUWU a o v WvrwsHrtMtZ: Ttlr-,n.- . ..rf. jmpcFwr02if JJowMg lrSYcy,w "This snuff the Chinaman ages like wine. He carries It about with him in priceless bottles of- Jade, of agate and rock crystal. He hands It about only at state banquets. 'This Portugal snuff, at $900 a pound, Is the best. The worst Is the snuff ot Symrna, which Is made ot 25 per cent, walnut sawdust, 10 per cent, Probably hungry, homeless. Oh. yon brown earth, 5 per cent, oxide ot lead poor friendless dear," and Nina, fond- and 60 per cent, cigar stumps. ly placed her cheek against the uhlyer-ln- g feline with a tenderness that made Not Far From the Truth. Croft thrill with envy., "But how heed-Iob- b Mrs. Knoall was greatly pawled t nml" she Interrupted herself la, with a dismayed glance at her drip- and not without reason. The fact "you. are wet." she happened to peet Mr. Newlywed ping knight errant "Slightly," bowed Croft, trying to one morning aa he waa rushing to ventured, with look the martyr and wishing he was a catch hla train, and her usual solicitude for other folks' kitten. Newlywed "I would ask you to the cottage,, affairs, to hope that Mrs. proceoded Nina In deep embarrass- wasn't having trouble with her "servants. ment, "but you must be dried." "Oh. no!" said Mr. Newlywed. "The sun will do that," Insisted cottage your homo, "We've got threo!" Croft gaily. "The Then he dashed off, leaving Mrs. I presume? And In this lovely spot? Knoall gasping. Three servants, InI should like to see It," and thus, unknowl-edg- e kempt as he was, the venturesome deed! Why, it was common Newly-wed- s In Suburbviilo that the gilded along by the slcfc ot tho Croft 'were anything but rich. How dainty little miss, an insistent and admiring cavalier, and caught the cold nn mrth than pnuld they afford to1 keep three servants? Mrs. Knoall felt of his life. Ha wtii tn sieen that night dream forced to call on the bride that aftering of a stroll to that some woodlund noon to make Investigations, On his return home In tho evening cottage. He awoke with a sore throat nnd a fever and a doctor sent for. Mora Mr. Newlywed waa greeted with this than once, after a day or two when ho question; "John, whatever mado you toll Mrs. was over the crlels, he heard a gentlo apeak In tho outer Knoall this morning that wo keep fomlnlne voice npartment. His landlady told' him it threo servants?" John smiled. was Miss Viucent. "Well, don't we, my dear?" he Then there wns a beautiful bouquet alot wild tjowors brought to him each asked. "If seems to me that we morning a card photograph ways have one going, one coming and day. One waa left for him. It pictured a cat, ono beret' pound., Job Department. S"I m Saved Girl's Life Black-Draugh- t," Black-Draug- ht J ' want to tell you what wonderful benefit I have writes from the use of Thedford's Mills, Jty. Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton "It certainly has no equal for la grippe, bad colds, liver and stomach troubles. I firmly believe saved my little girl's life. When she had the measles, tu ..mnt in nn iiir. hut one eood dose of Thedford's made them break out, and she has had no more trouble. I shall never be without Black-Draug- ht . -. .- BUck-DraugH- T In my home." For constipation, Indigestion, headache, dizziness, malaria, chills and fever, biliousness, and all similar has proved Itself a safe, ailments, Thedford's reliable, gentle and valuable remedy. try If you suffer from any of these complaints, Seventy-fiv- e It Is a medicine of known merit. for years of splendid success proves its value. Good cents. young and old. For sale everywhere. Price 25 fjM Black-Draug- ht ! Black-Draug- ht. t i s Af.u.!. jg)aM?ff'' t.rprTrr and officers and noclal responsibilities were a(l about. "I was watching this boy closely at the time," commentod Supt. Derrick. "I could aeq the change going ort In him Just as It goes In the majority of these delinquents under this ' system of self government. "A boy sent hero at frlat regards the strong arm of law and tho officers who aro responsible, as his natural enemies. The ni'.o of the club would only emphasize this spirit. "But under our system of self government he becomes a law maker, a and an REPUBLICAN TICKET voter toward officer. His responslbll-itcl- s the law then becomes Identical with those of the people who send him here, and he Joins forces For Representative N. B. White. with the State." For County Judge M. L. Heavrln. The story of tho regenerative of For County Court Clerk Claude the boys' court at Preston is best Blankenshlp. set forth In the records which bIiow For Courtly Attorney C. E. Smith. O. Keown. that punishments for Infractions of For Sheriff S. rules have within the first year dropFor Jailer W. P. Midklff. ped from 404 during one week when For School Supt. Henry Leach. he came Into eight at the present For A6sessor D. K. Ward. time. For Surveyor C. S. Moxley. The case of "The Runt" Is typ For Coroner Dr. A. B. Riley. ical. Magisterial D!st. No. 1 Ed Shown. Few, If any, medicines, have met Magisterial Dlst. No. 2 Sam Leach. No. 3 To bo filled. with the unlfrom success that has Magisterial Dlst. attended the use of Chamberlain's Magisterial Dlst. No. 4 Geo. Rowe. Colic. Cholera nnd Diarrhoea Rem Mag. Dlst. No. G Winson Smith. Magisterial Dist. No. 6 W. S. Dean. edy. The remarkable cures of colic and diarrhoea which it has effected Magisterial Dist. No. 7. B. F. Rice. In almost every neighborhood have Magisterial Dlst, No. 8 given It a wide reputation. For safe m- by all dealers. CHILD OF THE TENEMENTS IS Parla has chosen a queen, and Its sovereign Is her royal highness Hel ena, queen of roses. For a year he will reign In soverParis eign without a rival, a queen without a peer. She need fear no mutiny or rebel lion. JJitrvf y She will 1 neither be dethroned nor abdi- , cate. For In every sense she Is queen of roses and there Is no one In Paris who will MADE QUEEN o Control. PUTS BAD BOYS Farm For Sale. One of tho best farms In Ohio Co., Ky. Good buildings. Plenty of good water, and a quantity of good timber. INJTHORITY Reformatory Puts Boys in claim or refuse to accept her beauty. She Is just nine teen and is a typical Parlslenne with sparkling black eyes, rich warm lips, raven hair, and of a vivacity typical of French metropolis. Her delicately oval face and exquisitely molded nose are remarkable even among a nation of women renowned for these features. Mile. Helene Is a typical child or the Latin quarter and lives with her mother In an attic on the Boulevard Montparnasse. And here in the windows of this little attic under the eaves bloom every sort of flower from earliest spring until the first frosts wither the heliotrope In the boxes and blacken the leaves of the waxy geraniums. It was here that she first developed her love for flowers, for in this boulevard and Its numerous gardens all sorts of rare and delicate flowers bloom throughout the summer. And evenings, after the day's work deny her was over, Mile. Mangenot and hei mother used to walk to the Luxem ' bourg gardens and wandor through the narrow paths, bordered with ram bllng roses, live with statues ol FAMOUS FROM OCEAN TO OCEAN AS THE BEST. nymphs and ancient- - goddesses. And then they would sit by the sparkling fountains, while the sun set over the ANNUAL. TOUR. palace and the couples wandered two No Other Exhibitional EnterpriBo by two and remarked on the beautiful AGAIN ALL NEW AND BETTER. Presents So Many New Features, "Thrillers" and Sensational Displays. young girl who sat alone with hei mother on a bench. The soul of those flowers has gone Into tho heart of Mile. Mangenot. And so It was especially fitting that she should bo choson the queen of roser and that she should preside, a few weeks ago, over the festival of rosos, one of tho gayest carnivals of thr year In the Latin quarter. Kor years Mile. Mangenot has been known among the artists of the Latin quarter as one of tho most beautiful models. But since she would never pose for the nude she received fewer engagements than the other professional models, And had to eke out her exlstenco with dressmaking. At this humble trade she makes Ave francs, or a dollar a day. But when she poses sho receives 12 for an afternoon. To the French artists It Is lncom prehenalble that this graceful poser In unwilling to be a model for the nude. For a child of the Latin quar ter to take this attitude Is a surprise They call her to all the the little American, because they always assert that the American models are so prudish. Her favorite pictures of herself are those painted by the French artist. Kduard Becque, In which sho Is portrayed as a child of the tenements. HARTFORD, KY. September 32nd 1(3. SUN BROTHERS' WORLD'S PROGRESSIVE well-know- Contains something like over two hundred acres. One htC.t bottoms. Three and one half miles South of Prentiss, Ky., In Shultztown. Call on or address, 7tf. J. H. MILES, Prentiss, Ky. OLDEST, WISEST AND Nikolai Pashitsch, Servla's uncrowned king. Is threatened with deposition. triumphant His administration is collapsing before a military onset. Having survived Ave THE WILIEST SERVIAN Case of "Jimmy the Runt" Shows Nineteen Miles a Second. without a jar, shock or disturbance, the awful speed of the earth through space. We wonder at such ease of nature's movement, and so Jo those who take Dr. King's New-LifPills. No griping, no distress, just thorough work that brings good health and fine feelings. 23c at a?. druggists. ., All is e Efficacy of Square Methods. Reformatory,I one, Cal., Preston Aug. 30. "Tho Runt," alias "Jimmy, the iiaaker," 15, was regarded as one of the shrewdest little street coyotes the ioifce of San Francisco had ever "picked up" at the time he was sent here to be kept out of mischief and disciplined. "They'll never be able to reform that kid; he's a crook to the bone," ecxlalme-doneo-f the arresting officers as the youthful outlaw was being hustled away. It was a perfectly logical thing for the policeman to say. Even "Tho Runt" believed it, and was proud of tho tribute In his warped soul. Just as be was proud of the alias his gang had given him. Onlly one man knew His name Is Calvin Derrick, new superintendent at the lone School of Industry tho man who came out here at the request of Gov. Hiram V. Johnson, to manage Prestonas he managed the George Junior Republic in New York, blocking the road between tho reformatory and, the penitentiary. It was the boys' court, which Derrick established at the Institution, thru which the Juvenile delinquents maintain their own discipline and learn tho basic 'lesson of social responsibility, that took the wolflsh-ncs- s out of "Tho Runt." Product of the harsh, grinding life of cities and of parentlal neglect, due to the grim fight for bread, Jlmmle determined in ills rebellious heart to be a "square guy," which In his vernacular meant he would consistently defy authority. He began that way. Then came his frlst surprise. He found that Infractions of tho rules were not punished by the superintendent or tho guards, but by the very fellows with whom ho atq and slept. Far from regarding him with his "square guy" notions, they resented, and severely punished, ills efforts to tear down tho reputation for department which his company had been mrciully building up and w h got them certain privileges. "You're not hurting the officers when you pull off something hero," they told him "you'ro oiJy making it harder for the rest of us who havo found that its best to play tho gume jrtralght.' While thinking thla over, ho was rirawn en a jury In the boys' court to sit in Judgment on another Juvenile offender. "Tho Runt," alias " Jlm-ml- o the Hooker," on u Jury- - just like they did In a regular police court! Wouldn't tho gang laugh If they knew that. It so' w rod him bo Hut that he couldn't llaujh ut all. After "he'd; holped find tho accused guilty and liad gone back to his work, the had sudricslru to bo a trouble-make- r denly gino. i Ho had responsibilities. Ho had to look out for tbo we? fare of his com. iwny. Just as tho ho weru u man. AVhy, thoy might even elect him district attorney or nuiko him Judge If ho wjis square with tha other follows And right then Jimmy and tjot ills lrht glimmer of what laws better. three wars, a vioAnimal lent assault, two Royal court- - marttalings, a death sentence Regal Blue Ribboned Horse and a sentence of five years' penal too 2 ma hands music Pashservitude. SS CLOWNS 10 ACRES OF TENTS itsch Is little per.' DIG SPECIAL RAILWAY TRAINS OF DELIGHTFUL SURPRISES by turbed the NEW BETHEL. prospect. But peo--. pie are asking by Two Big Complete Performances Daily, Afternoon and Night Sept. 1. The sick or this communwhich of his Inity are improving. Don't be misled. This is positively the CLEANEST. BEST and ONLY well numerable .Mrs. Julia Bell, of thsl place.spent WORTH WHILE SHOW ATTENDING. No gamblers. No grafters. tried ruses will Thursday with her sister, .Mrs. Dollle No immoral issues. the astute Pa- shltsch maintain his power; by what Hudson, near Heltin. CAN OTHER 8HOWH HAY AH MUCH? Mr.' and Mrs. Guss Sutherlin went maneuver will he return to office If the military action for a time succeeds to Owcnsboro Thursday. of arranging for tho completion of Mrs. U. M. Wigglngton and children and drives him to retirement. SENSATION CAUSE IN pooling tho 1913 crop of tobacco. Tho Nikolai Pashltsch's triumphs, ruses, week of Buford, spent a few days last following resolution was offered and with her father, Mr. Noah Jolly, of lures, tricks, manipulations and mystifications have earned him a title THAW FAKE EXTRAS was unanimously adoptoJ, viz: Rethis n'lace. more expressive than uncrowned king. solved, That we recommend that tbo Mrs. N. T. May. Mrs. Abbie Barr It Is "the Fox a of the Balkans" executive boards in tho several counMiss Ella JoUy went to Liver-mor- e and Lysltsa!" And in fact. , since Tuesday. Over $2,000 Cleaned Up at the ties proceed atboonco to complete tho Jacob, the son of Isaac, achieved a pooling and prepared to make blessing from his father by donning Bennett property at Maxwell. tuIK reports of all tobacco pooled Expense of People of New Mrs. N. T. May, rs. Abble Barr gloves of goatskin, never has there to tho regular quarterly convention and Iss Ella Jolly went to Llvermore been such a wily, cunning, canny, aswhich will meet in Liverpool on tho tute, unsellable success hunter as is York City. Tuesday. frlst Thursday in October, provided, Miss Ella Crowe left here for Beaver however, that In counties where the Dam Wednesday where she will at GRAND DUKE WORRIES THE CZAR AND CZARINA Now York, Sept. 1. Thousands of pledges are crlculated through tho tend school the coming winter. New Yorkors pouring from beach local union (as In Hancock and Ohio Miss Myrtle Jolly, .whohas been vis Grand Duk Boris Vladlmlrovltch, came out that he had taken the money trains at the Brooklyn Bridge during counties) pooling shall be done In Itlng friends In Owensboro, returned one of the many Russian grand dukea from a man from Moscow, immensely tho night were victims of a fake sen the regular way and attended to by home Sunday. who hate pomp and rich, who had gone up to St. Peters sation when they went down in their the local union. Mr. Freeman Sparks went to Hart royal state. Is giv- burg to have a good time and fallen Into In view of the foregoing action of to buy a "newsford Tuesday. ing his cousin, the the grand duke's clutches. The crowd pockets for a nickel page In the District Board we would urge that Several from this iJfcco attended th czar, many sleep was so pleased with the largesses, and paper," across whoso front black letters tbreo inches high they all persons to whom pledges havo singing convention at Barnetts Creek less nights. He clamored so persistently for mora been sent get busy and get the toSunday. threatened to mar- which the grand duke had not that read: "Harry Thaw Shot Trying to Escape." The papers sold like wild bacco In your community penned and ry one of the most the police were called In. Mr. Marvin Wright began school at notorious women The czarina Is aald to dislike him fire, and thoso who bought received turn pledges in to tho County Secthis place Monday with the attendance of submerged more than any other of her husband'r an even greater thrJH for their money. retary of your county, if any pledges or 41 pupils. Paria. relations. One day, when she first knew when they read below the. report that are wanted they can be" had by writ-lu- g Mr. Freeman Sparks purchased a District Secretary S. B. Robert Boris has earn- him, she tried to persuade him how bad Thaw was "killed," and one or mora team of horses from Mr. William Brad ed the distinction his way of living was, and especlallj with him In his dash for liberty were son at Calhoun. shaw, of Heflln. of having painted his love of champagne. But he only an Farmers remomber this Is the ago Injured" qualified, Mr. Gentry Nanntz, of this place, all European capi- swered, "It you had the misfortune to also "killed or not for tobacco alone howevor, by the statement that tho of spent a few days last week with his tals red. Even In be born a grand duke you would drink but for every Interest of the farmer sslter, Mrs. Mills, near Owensboro. Paris he Is called from morning till night, too." She gave report was unconfrlmed. and the tlmo is hero, that our Nation, On close Inspection the fake Miss Myrtle Nantz and Mrs. Belle the "wild grand him up after that. apparent, as tho Issue was State and oven the small community faHis He is very goodnatured, and never Summer, of Owensboro, aro visiting duke." vorite haunts are has enough money, In spite of hlahuge "Volume 1. No. 1," of the "Sunday Is becoming Interested in tho sJIvUir tholr parents, Mr. and Mrs R. A. propoatlionfl, so Maxim's and the fortune, because he always gives to any TtVegrum," printed in Philadelphia, of great Nantz, of this place. Cafe de Paris. He who ask. Ho set up half a dozen poor whoro no. regularly established paper lets bo in front and do all that iwo can to aid In the great Is a heavy drinker and Is always sur- Russian exiles as shopkeepers In Paris, of that name Is known. The similarCENTERTOWN. rounded by the smartest butterflies of lends them money whenever they ask ity which the name boro to a New Interests that must soon claim our Centertown, Ky., Sept. 1. Quite the city. for It. newspaper led to protests to attention both as to buying and selln epidemic aof typhoid fever Is preRecently he thrilled St. Petersburg When he went out to the front, In York ing. valent In this community. Among by getting Into a box at the Aquarium thojRussjvJapanese war, he took the tho police and confiscation of atput B- - C. EATON, Acting Pree. -, Need- SO copies wheh ltho nowaboys then tho recent cases are Mrs. Clark Ever- and throwing paper money down among whole lot of dancers with him. 8. B. ROjiERTSON, Dlst .SWy. Mrs. J. B. Swain and Mrs. the crowd. People were astonished, less to say, be amused himself with had unsold. knowing he Is always bard up, till it I them Instead of fighting. It is estimated that over 100,000 Cooper. copies of tho fake newspaper had Kentucky State Fair Louisville School convenes here this mornboon sold in cities betweon Philadel. Ky., Sept. 15th-20ting under the supervision of Prof. WORLD'S RICHEST BABY HAS NEW PLAYTHING phia and Now York and In thla city Russell Cooper, of Fordsvllle. For abovo occasion th? L. & N. w!l with a profit of about $2,000 to tho Sevoral from here attended tho sell round trip tickets to Loulsvillo from Newport, It. I. torpetrators of the enterprise. Vinson Walsh McLean, the examining trial of Mr. Clarence And, with goats and aheep and 000,000 baby, has a new Tho story was wholly unfounded, and return for ono faro plus twenty- ciwii, at Hartford last Friday and which his father, chickens and the negro boy whom his Thaw not evon having attempted an five cents. Dates of sale Sept. 13th Saturday. to 20th Inclusive. Final return limEdward McLean, father has picked out as a playmate escape. i.Mr. E. S. .McMillan has sold his may says Is the most that the young it Sept. 24th, 1913." beautiful resldenco at this place and sensible of all his grow up democratic, he Is having a H.E. MISCHKE, Agt. Is planning upon moving to Russell-HI- o For Sale toys, the total bully time. Baby' McLean, now three years old. right soon. cost of which Ono of tho nicest and best built Glorious News. would foot up has a gold cradle, the gift of King houses in Hartford, at Just what it comes Mrs. Annie Boston, of Hartford, from Dr. J. T. Curtlss, Dwglht, nearly as much Leopold of Belgium, in the Washing- cost. Has C rooms, hall, front and has been visiting Mrs. J. Carl Jack Kan. Ho writes: "I not onlly have as the president ton mansion of his parents, and over back varandas, built in 1909 son and other relatives of this vicinand cured bad cases of oczoma In my United $50,000 worth of playthings there. of the ity recently. with Electric Bitters, but also States' satary ifor Dut he cares little for any of these. needs no repairs. Mr. C. G. Klmbly of Klmbly Mines, For particulars call or address this cured myself by thorn 'of the samo a year. The new He would rather feed chickens or has moved to our town. 3tt. disease. I feel sure they will a make believe plow with an angora offlco. Is plaything bonoflt any case of eczema." This shows what farm with a goat goat on his farm.1 He particularly S. of . Notice. A. Coming! on It. likes to work in the corn field, and thousands havo proved, that ElecBaby McLean, next to that, perhaps to look after Tho executive board of tho Green tric Bitters la a most effective blood The Ohio County Fair, Sapt. 21, who, If he Inher- his chickens. Itlvcr District Union A. S. of B. mot purifier, 25, 2G and 27, 1313. Now is the "I am going to bring my son up to In Owensboro on September 1st. On eczema, its an oxoellent remedy for its all ho may bo . r totter, salt rheum, ulcers, opportuuo time to commence American," expected to, will be a plain, democratic at your stock. Don't put it off. ESffift!t 'lfla farm la ....v . account of sclkncss President Bal-ma- bolls and running sores. It stlmu- 0 .alii pam Dnnaitfitlnan have about i,u, was not present and Mr. B. C. lutes Hut, klduoys and bowels, You can not food them ls and by the ter tor nun man an me toys in me ou any Eato,n of Mcleau county was chosen poisons, holps digestion, bulldu In America, Is now world." hotter feed than Arab Horse Feed, richest youngster The up the strength. Price E0 cts. Satis Little Vincent Is a beautiful child. to prosldo over tho meeting. sold by W. E. ELLIS, Produce Mer- ou hi farm at Black Point, niue miles mcotlug was called for the purposo faction guaranteed by all druggists. chant, Hartford, Ky. 5t4. cabinets, till I Tlal-kanak- Nikolai. He understands men, and li a clever politician. Pashitsch runs the Balkans. He runs Servia without challenge. He Is the oldest, wisest and wiliest of Servian politicians; he has been prime minister five times, and when ho has not been, prime minister he has bossed the prime minister. To Servla's parliament, the humble skuptschtna. Pashitsch Is the embodiment of penetrating statecraft, a man of superhuman talents, who proves his genius by almost always keeping on the winning side, or. If he Is on the losing side, by getting away safe with some s boots. This legislative organ, .ever since a wise electoral law gave every Serb a ote If he pays lf dinars about $3 Is entirely In the hands of the "petite bourgeoisie," an unpolitical class to whom PaBhltsch. with his profound political achievements. Is a Washington, Lincoln, Gladstone. Bismarck and (iambctta rolled into one. And all this Is surprising, for Servla's uncrowned king, the fox of the Balkans, has not the talents which make for commanding statecraft. He Is a bad speaker, master of a corrupt cosmopolltanlzed Servian Jargon, he hates putting pen to paper, be la not a scholar or a man of strong will, and of finance, administration and high diplomacy he knows little more than the members of the "petite bourgeois" skuptschtna. fellow-victim'- SHOWS Newly Added German Zootogic Institution. Tourney Great European Trained Court Japanese Athletic Conclave or star Fair acts and artists V ( V h. 1100.-playthl- e ta pro-l.irl- . in $150,-000,00- H ex-Po- tMrtawnw . .wMMijtrvi",c w" """ Milieu 'w- - -" .v'- ' '""' "JNWIWM .,kl.-- - '"