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WOULD ELIMINATE Subscription $1 per Year No. 9 HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1913. sky-scrap- er and shudder for what your children State. Colcord is owner of the $350,-- 1 and grandchild ren may come to un- MEXICAN SHOT KENTUCKIANS 000 thirteen-stor- y office G. A. R. AT less jou stop it? building of Oklahoma City. ThompTho responsibility for letting this son Is an owner also of ooosdierahlo BY FLOATING VOTE evil, tills crime, grow and become OFFICIAL real estate, and of a larg offlco CHATTANOOGA fixed on our people, rests upon the buMdlng In Oklahoma City. Emeraon lasi generation and ours, and If it U Is president of the Brltton State to bo stopped, the task is yours and bank. Clark County Grand Jury to you must meot it now. If you Bhove Drunken Lieutenant Try- Governor Cruce is From Annual Encampment to Beaway and stave off tho meeting and Van Sant Will Direct Campaign ing To Cross Bridge. Probe Recent Primary. settling of this question you only Crittenden County. gin Monday. Frankfort, Ky., Sept. 6. State shovo your children and your chilChairman Rufus H. Van Sant will be dren's children into tho mud which charlman of the Democratic Campaign you Panel to Thoroughly Investigate clean have Are ou theand refused to Two Troops of l). S. Cavalry are The Political Committee up. kind of men Roster is Made Up pointed on this year, and he has ap- General Orders Have Been Issued his campaign committee: tu do that7 It Is up to you gentle-me- n All Violations of Election June W. Gayle, of Oweuton; W. B. Ordered to Bridge Following of Men Froa the Blue to Ky. Veterans Rates to tako the first legal step to White, of Mt. Sterling; J. W. Boston, wards cleansing Clark county of this Laws. of Calhoun, and J.' K . Wells, of Shooting. Grass State. From Hartford. festering sore that is feeding on our ir Palntsvllle. Tho headquarters will be ravand is eating more ) i at Ashland. This was decided by the M WlnchPtitPr. Kv.. Snt. 10 Thi his enously every year. You are the surEl Paso, Texas, Sept. C Lieut., Oklahoma City, Sept. 10. No other State Committee here today. county courthouse was the geons. Will you cut it out? The op- On Monday, September 15, at toric Clark The resolution for the organiza- Chattanooga, Tenn., will be accno today to the frlst steps to- - j eratlon must bo performed here at P. Acosta, an offclor in Gen. Salaxar State in the Union has given to Ok- held the tion of the committee was Introduced annual encampment of ward eliminating the Kentucky "float1, home, and the patient has selected federal command at Juarez, crossed iaomah as many men prominent in the Grand Stanton-strethe international po ltical affairs of the new State as by Mr. Gayle, and Chairman Van Army of the Republic. The meeting er" from elections for all time t you to perform It. cjliue. Judge James Denton, tho plon- - I The duty is yours to stop this traf-e- bridge this afternoon and was killed has Kentucky, as may be seen by a Sant made 'the announcement that will be a national one in scope and n Judgo of the State, fie In votes and to stop it now. The by United States Customs Inspector reference to the political roster. It Gayle wotd'd be one member of the thA great host of the blue clad army of the Union wl'J. be in force tor tho read an exhaustive charge to the people do not expect you to tempor-gran- d T. F. Jonah and Immigration Inspec- is estimated, too, that the "Blue committee. All but four of the State Central encampment. The Southern city 1 so with the question, you cant al- tor Thomas N. Heifron, after he bad Grass" State has given more than Jury, whloh for thoroughness and a keen knowledge of what must ford to do that, and I don't believe opened fire on them with a rifle. The 49,000 of her sons and daughters to Committee were present, and one of putting on 'her gala dress for the the four sent his proxy, while a,11 occasion, and the veterans Amerclan officers "were uninjured. Oklahoma. bo done has never been equalled In you want to do it. have been Before crossing the bridge the Mexi- Gov. Lee Cruce, formerly of Crlt- - but five of the Executive Committee assured the most elaborate The law Is ample it you will only the old Commonwealth nor any otheater were present when the meeting was talnment ever apply It, and I am confident you can had remarked he was "going to tenden county, heads the list, hold er State In the Union. offered them 0a th kill a gringo." lng the highest honor within the gift called to order shortly after noon occasion of their reunion. The great The courthouse was packed, many will do that. Heifron was standing at the of', the electorate. 'He was born near today. I have stated repeatedly during coming for miles to hear it. In this South will put on its best for the entertainment of the soldiers ot dlstrlct are the counties of Madison, the last three months that If there American end of the bridge when Itajrion and came to Oklahoma about Ohio County Fair. North. Jessamine and Powell, In addition to should be any violations of the law Acosta first opened fire at him. He eighteen years ago, locating In the Every arrangement has been mads Clark, and the charge will be de- - in this primary election, this grand fired back, using an automatic pis- Indian Territory. This was later con For above occasion the L & N. livered to them In turn, as this is the Jury would probe them to the bot-- 1 tol. Jonah hastened to his assist solidated with Oklahoma Territory to will sell round trip tickets from Mad for the easy and economical tra first court since the August primary, torn and Indict all offenders. When ance and began firing at the Mexi make the new State, and Gov. Cruce lsonville, ELmitch and all interme portatlon of the veterans from their can. The Mexican was within thirty made ithe race for the first governorJudge Beaton said in part: I made that statement I did not diate stations, to Hartford. One homes to the seat of the.tr encampI come now to tho most member Just who would compose the feet of the Americans before he was ship, but he was defeated by Charles fare plus twenty-fiv- e cents for the ment. All rai'roads have offered exlmjortant duty 1 shall ask ou to grand jury, but I had told the one kKled. Two troops Of the Thirteenth N. Haskll, Then he won his second round trip (minimum fare 50 "ots.). ceptionally low rates for the occasion perform, and in my Judgment it Is that laws empaneled in this county cavaVry were ordered to the brldgu race for the Democratic nomination Dates of sale Sept. 24th, 25th, 26th An effort Is being made by the Kenthe most important duty ever lmpos- - last April, and through Jt, all the following the shooting to restrain and was elected. and 27th. Final return limit Septem- tucky offcllals ot the veterans tty Judge John B. Harrison, of the ber 29th. bring to the scene of one of tho ed uon a grand Jury in this county, peop' of the county, that this grand 1,000 Mexicans who had gathered xra H.'E. MISCHKB, Agt. the Mexican sdle of the bridge. State Supreme Court, comes from An bloodiest battles of the Civil War, That duty Is to vigorously, thoro- - Jury (would be urged to make a A bitter feeling was derson. breaking crowd, in fact to outcourageously and Impartially rough Investigation of the election, R. H. Wilson. State Superintend TO GROSS ATLANTIC Investigate all matters In connection and when I came, during that same manifested by Salazar's troops foldo the delegations from every state in the union. with the primary election that was term of court, to draw from the Jury lowing the shooting. Americans have ent of Public Instruction, came from held In this county on the 2d day of wheel the names of the men who reported being threatened. Inspector Scqttsville. Ho Is now seriously menIN 14-FOOOAT Stopover privileges at different ' points ot Interest will probably tie would compose this grand jury, I of American Consulates Diebold, of tioned as a candidate for Governor last August. 1 will say to you candidly granted. The fare over the L. & N. that I knew there was not a man on the El Paso, la conducting an investiga- next year. . do not belleo there has ever been list who would not courageously dls-- a tion of the shooting. American offiU. T. Rexroat, of Ardmore.'former- railroad to Chattanooga has been fixthorough investigation of an elec- - char--o that duty, and feel that It cers lilaced Heifron and Jonah under ly of Forthlll, la a member of the- - Boston Boys Are At Sea 0a Most ed at $5.80 from Hartford. Date of sale, Sept. 12 to 19. Final return limlion by any grand Jury in Kenucky, was a great privilege that such a arrest. They were released on $1,000 House of - Representatives and one Daring VpyageJiver of the1 Democratic leaders in that it Sept. 27, but. by depositing ticket-witJmt 1 havo been for months and work fell to him. Since you have been bonds. Mexican offlcres at Juarez tried to branch of the Legisature. ' special agent at Chattanooga, months proinsllng the people of Clark finally selected and sworn, and I hav Attempted. from crossing the Barbee Richards, of Kings Moun county u'ld of the other counties of looked Into your faces, I know that stop Acosta the return trip can be extended untthls judMal Idstlrct that the grand I have not misjudged you, and that bridge, but he threatened to shoot tain, now of Okahoma Clt, Is Deptil October 17. For further particuHe Is said to uty Secretary of State, State presilars concerning rates, etc., aprfly to Juries Impaneled In this district this you aro ready, willing and able to anyone Interfering. have been drinking. Whiskey was dent of the Young Men's League of Boston, Sept. 10. "We'll make It, H. E. Miachke, the local agent at fall would be called upon to nvestl- - do your part In this great work. gate this election, and that the inI want now to call your attention found in his saddle bags. Democratic C( ubs and is considered don't worry!" Hartford. A special train wiU be run Laughing, confidently, Capt. Law-o- f from Owensboro on Sunday, 'Sept., 14 vestigation would be complete and to a few sections of the law which the logical candidate for Secretary .rence J. Moran and Joseph Hlggins, to Chattanooga, leaving Owensboro thorough, and that the offenders, the are the ones that are most frequent- Friedmann Cure is Denounced as State of the Democratic party. violators of lho law, would be In- - ly violated in elections. They are J. H. Chambers, formerly of Mt. both only boys, shouted back their at 2:30 p. m. The faro from OwensUseless. Stenllng, is attorney for the State assurance to the flotilla which boro on the special train is $6.55. dieted; and It is that dutj that I tho provisions that relate to bribery, Providence, R. I., Sept. 9. In a A very attractive' program has been want now to urge upon you with all and they reach both the bribe-givland department and is in the companled them down harbor when report to the Rhode Island Medlcsfl they started from here this week on arranged for the delight of the the power and earnestness 1 possess, and the bribe-take- r, in fact, there society here Dr. Harry Lee Barnes, race for Attorney General. W. J. Caudll, State enforcement a cruise that the hardiest Norseman veterans, which wltf include speak If you wonder why I emphasize this are usually three classes Involved in superintendent of the state sanitarmatter, let me tell you and try to tho transaction of buying and selling ium, declared that the 120 BUfferers officer until his office was recently might envy 3,000 miles across the ers ot national fame, and on Wednefl abolished by the State Legislature, turbulent Atlantic in "The Wink," a day the great parade to be participat burn It Into your very being that It votes. Tho candidates, or friends of from pulmonary tuberculosis treated cocklesheyi sloop! ed in by all the veterans with cillled came from Barbourvllle. He Is now fourteen-foo- t means more for the moral uplift of tho canddlates, who furnish the by Dr. Frledrlch Friedmann last a canddlate for appointment as Thai chip of a boat in which they organizations, will be held on the the citizenship of your county than money, the monej spenders, the men Aprifl with his vaccine "have turtle anything else you can possibly do. who actually handlle the money and shown none of the wonderful re- United States Marshal of the West- are sailing holds only sixty gallons principal streets ot the city. W. J. L. Hughes, of Owensboro, . of drinking water and boasts only a Do you realize that it is common make the trades, and the voters .who sults reported by Friedmann beforo ern district of Oklahoma. cockpit as a shelter from department commander for the deH. H. Smith, of Shawnee. Okla., four-foof the voting pop- - sell their votes. The law reaches the Berlin Medlcail society." talk that one-thipartment ot Kentucky, has Issued Progressive Democratic the weather. ulatlou of your county is purchase- - all these and places a penalty on all "On the contrary," Dr. Barnes leader of the Today they are. out on the broad his general orders relative to the able? I truly hope that the percent- - of them. It says, "who ever shall added, "after 17 per cent of the forces in the House of Representa age is not that large, but many of bribe another, shall, on convlctlon.be cases have shown an increased act tlves of the State Legislature, and a' bosom of storm-awep- t water. Not encampment In which detailed la- a slngl word as been your citizens who are better in form- - fined from $50 to $100, or Imprison- ivity from formation Is given to the veteran. diseases, which would not prominently mentioned candidate for of the them since "The Wink" left or have been expeoted under' ordinary Governor, Is a former Ken,tnckian. io time for registering, the as-- ' ed on the, question than I am in- - cd from ten to ninety days, , signment of quarters, as welb as poatst thnt that estimate Is too low. t both so fined and imprisoned, and saultarlum treatment. One patient, Caswell Beunett, formerly of CritNever before has any one been sitions In the grand parade ore emRegardless of what the actual fig-- 1 ' suffering from Joint tuberculosis, tenden county, Is Inspector of the State Health Department. ures are. i Know, anu you kiiow, whu Marie known to attempt such a feat of braced In, the orders. Each veteran (Continued on Fourth Page.) showed marked improvement." Woodson, of Louisville, is superln- - navigation. Jack London's cruise on and the members of the allied orthe percentage of purchasable votes is already alarmingly high, and that tendent of the Farm Demonstration , the "Snark" and Tom Dey's frequent ganizations will be furnished with n 111 Dfllll Twenty Dollars in Gold. V Department of the State Board of Jaunts on the "Seablrd" are not com a copy of these Instructions upon inis Increasing with appalling rapid- flL KAILKUAU Will be given by W. E. Ellis, the Agriculture. M. Cornelius, of Russel- - parable to this apparently impossible quiry to Mr. Hughes. It is necessary' lty. Every hotly contested primary j Tfl DC TUP SAFllT produce merchant of Hartford, at the vile, is register of deeds of Oklaho- voyage. election breeds a new crop and starts j that ai'.l attending the eqt pment Ohio County Fair, for beat saddle ma county, the capital county, and Fourteen feet I make hs larrangements immediately1 & now &utiin and harness horse, either sex, any Ezra Offut, once of Adalrvllle, Is Do you know that this pernicious "It can't bo done!" announce ex- with Mr. Hughes. age, fed on Arab Horse Feed bought County Assessor. perts. Nobody expects tho youtLi'n: .traffic in votes has grown from noth- - I ring to its present proportions during Six and a Half Million Dollars of him. Must enter contest by SepJ. R. Keaton, of Oklahoma City, Is , voyagers to return except the mod- - Cold Shoulder For Emmeline. tember 1, 1913. First prize Is $15.00, a member of one of the Heading law em viKings tnomseives. years? Washington, September 5. Before the last seventy-fiv- e Will be Spent on N. Y., N. H. StG. firms of the. State, and is prominent-- 1 second best, $3.00. I doubt not that there are men The boys, before leaving, declared Mrs. Emmeline Pankhurst, leader of living In tills county today who can ly mentioned as a possible candidate they would follow the path of tho the British militant suffragists, can be NEW BETHEL. and Hartford Line. remember when thero was not a for the United States Senate against transatlantic Ulners and expect to admitted to the United Statse in OcSept. 9. Mr. and Mrs. Freemen the Hon. Thomas P. Gore. He Is secure provisions and water from tober, the time set in the latest an"floater" in their neighborhoods, and Sparks spent Sunday with Mr. Spark's from the Bowling Green country. ,them if necessary. 1 am sure that there are scores of nouncements for her coming, tho Immlddle-ace- d New Haven, Conn., Sept. 8. The parents near Hartford. men In this county whoso la A. P. Crockett, of Oki'ahoma City,' Liverpool will decide their destination, migration authortlies n fathers have told them that in their Now "ork. Now Haven and Hartford Mr. Harry York and Mr. Charlie ono of the State's law- - They expect to make the trip In whether any of the acts for which earlv davs such a thine as a man IrallrAad is to be made the safest Troutman of Glennvlllo attended yers, is from Hopklnsvllle, as Is A. about four months. she has been imprsloned in England .selling bis vote was never heard of ralfifead In the United States eo How- - prayer meeting at this place Sunday C. Cruce, brother of the Governor, ' In this fourteen-foo- t over all sloop constitute moral turpitude within the head, night. ard Elliott, Its newly-eloote- d In this county, who comes from Marlon. , the cockpit has been so arranged that meaning ot the law, and make her an' Mr. G. E. Barr went to Hartford men of other countries, who declared In a statement Issued The i J. S. Ross, of Oklahoma City, for- - a shakedown can be put on either undesirable rj'len. ineAy1 of Paducah, was a candidate 8'de of the center board for sleeping She will bo detained at whatever histories of the American peo- - night, consequential to the closing Tuesday on business. Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Sparks of near for the Democratic nomination for quarters. A sea anchor, two sets of port she lauds, but whether, eventyears ago, bore but day of the Interstate Commerce Comjile soventy-flv- e prised testimony to the faot, that mission's Investigation into the wreck Hartford spent Saturday night with Congress from this district in the oilskins and four life bolts complete ually, she may bo permitted to enter Mr. and Mrs. N. T. May of this primaries last year, but was defeat- - tho equipment. The sloop carries two cannot be foretold. To the Immigra such a thing as votobuylng or vote- - of last Tuesday, All sleeping cars will be of steel place. selling was then unheard of in Amer- Jibs, a mainsail with three reefing tion authorities, Mrs. Pankhurst'a ed by less than 100 votes. before January 1 if the PuJlman Cora- - Mrs. Clarence Tucker and Mr. storm sa:t. visit presents at this time purely a Sam Hooker, formerly of Russeli-- points and a lea. Consider this question: if tho traf- - pany can furnish them, and rush or- - Austin Tucker of this place who have vtlle, has just closed his term as Moran is the pilot of this '"littlest hypothetical question, and they, defie in votes in this county has grown ders have beon sent to other builders been visiting relatives near Bremen; County Attorney for Oklahoma coun- - transatlantic craft." Both boys are cline to pass upon It In advance.' years ago, boro sur-- who now havo steel cars, calling for! returned home Sunday, Officials bt the Department of Laty, where he made a record for htm- - expert swimmers and sailors. In soventy-flv- e Mrs. Eveline May of Llvermoro Is stflf as a ADVENTURE In capitals should bor now are seeking all obtainable Inpriso testimony to the fact, that Buch the expenditure of $0,500,000, accord-- 1 officer. 'visiting 'her daughter, Mrs. Prosln lng to the statonient. or vote-selformation concerning tho British sufPresident Charles Evans, of the bo theirs. a thing as '" fragists militant activities that ' may ing was then unheard of In America, i Orders also liaMj been given, tlie'sutherlln of this place. State Central Normal, is aHso from Kentucky State Fair Louisville Iiave a legad bearing upon her right Consider this question: If the traf- - statement bald, to rush work on thai Mr. Charllo and Arthur Bell left tho "Pennyroyal." to admission to the United States. Kentucklans havo establslhed names 7cl in votes In this county has grown new signal system to replace the old here Sunday morning for Bowling Jf Sent. 15th-20tyears from nothing "banjo" type. Threo hundred and Green where they will attend school, for thomselves In tho financial af-- j In seventy-flv- o Field Seeds of All Kinds. to olglit hundred or one thousand men, sixty - five thousand wus voted yestor- - Mrs. Julia Bell and Miss Ella Jolly fairs for themsU'ves in the financial For above occasion tbi L. & N. wl Have a big stock, bought eaii'y In affairs of tho State as well. C. F. sell round trip tickets to Louisville who now sell their votes, what will day, Mr. EU'.lott aniiouneod, by the went to Buford Thursday. Mr. Marvin Crowe of this place Colcord, of Paris, and Oklahoma City; and return for one faro plus tweaty-iSco- tt season. Can furnish best grade of tlio number bo In another twenty- - road's executive committee. years, un- Jtlve, fifty or seventy-flv- o J. P. Morgan, whoso firm sovered went to Llvermoro Friday". Thompson, of Lexington and five cents. Dates of sale Sept. 13th ilted Top Seed us cheap as you can Miss Lattyo Sparks of near Hart- - Oklahoma City; H. S. Emerson, of to 20th InclusUe. Final return llm- - order them. For sale by W. E. less something Is done, not to check Its fiscal relations 'with tho road yes- -' ELLIS, Produce Merchant, Hart- It only, but to stop it, to actually terday, w'M continue as a director of ford is visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Paris UTid Brltton, aie names wfjl it Sept. 24th, 1913. Sparks this woek. 7M. fvrd, Ky. known In banking circles of the H.E. MISCHKE, Ast. ltlll the beast? Do you not tremble the road, Mr. Et llott said. 0. S. side-stepp- body-politi- c, et er clean-electio- t. tho-uglil- y, anti-Americ- OT er , rd ot i . Pxov-lncetow- n. . ' ra'pii f , I best-know- te vote-buyi- l- h. ' 1 M s ;isffig-"v",js'iqnss'ys"- " BIRDS British 4 VISIT MINES Many PAVED STREETS IN 2000 B. C DETHRONED AS HOW ( FOUR 1EARS IN FEW MINUTES "BOSS" Traa)r Babylon and Oths Ancient CltlM Took Marked Interest In Good Br? Collieries Have Strange Visitors. Road. K Cat, Mice. Rata and Dog Not UnAnimal In Pit the Cauaa common of Strlk With Curious Sequel. "Who I the bow In the typical I American family V asked a West Phil- London. After a colliery explosion ad el ph la mentor. A number of men at Llanbradach one of the rescue parrentured to assert they were chiefs of discovery. ties made a surprising , the wigwam, while other had men- Perched on a tub in the mine was a -, tal plctarea of mother" aa the rullnr robin, Now, most collieries regard monarcn. But tne speaner proceeded the presence of birds, particularly . to answer nis own Question. those with white plumage, about plu sup'It la the oldest daughter." ht The only and original aa a "token," and the "Ore" which Raid. "Vram whnl f hftva mAmn nf An. tad occurred was. therefore, attributOhio River. of mestic life 1 bellere-thl- a Is true in a ply house ed to the Intrusion of the perky little preponderance ot Instance from the stranger. household of the railroad president We keep a full line of first-clas- s Rats are not uncommon about a to that ot tho porter who cleans down pit head, and some of them reach the the cars. depths beneath, occasionally with fa"The old gentleman, the nominal tal haste. 2900 B. C. head. Is clay In her hands tightwads One, during the process of falling The first definite and fully authentic by no means excepted. He may shake AND FEEDS. POULTRY down a shaft, acquired such a momentum by the time It reached the information concerning the systematic his head and growl like a gristly bear. perbut. Just the same, he goes and buy bottom that when It struck a collier construction and maintenance ot was a loud report as of an ex- manent roads comes to us from the the piano. there Write for "The American citizen's daughter plosion, and the mas was knocked Romans, it Is generally understood that the Romans learned the art ot rules the home by a variety of methto the ground with great force. In warm mines, too, mice are nu- road building from the Carthaginians. ods according to her type ot characmerous. A few- - reach a new- - pit in However, the construction of their ter. Sometimes she is naive, somegreat waa of. hay and bags of corn any of road lateras perfect, aa that ot times she Uvcrafty and sometimes she' ones. their la a tyrant. that are taken down it for the ponies, The first of the great Roman roads "I hare Just heard the story of an notwithstanding the and these. wa from Rome to Capua, a distance English gentleman who made the strangeness of their environment, 142 Italian mile, and was begun after moving to Philadelphia, multiply so rapidly that cats hare to of Appius by Claudiua about 312 B. C. that being 'lord of the castle' wont be installed in the stables. was known as the Applan Way or work In this atmosphere. It might be supposed that they, at It laany rate, would not take at all kindly "Queen of Roads." This road was "This Britisher loved hla role as a total ot to the subterranean world, but they ter extended to Brundlstum, completed 'the master' ot the house. He was an 350 VANDERBILT TRAINING SCHOOL FOR BOYS. K?rVttcky example of the pompous Englishman soon become used to their surround- - by mile, and was probably Julius Caesar. About 220 B. C. the often ' lngs. delineated by English novelists; Flaminlan Way was built. It crossed his The Principal? have conducted a preparatory school for the In one mine a Dae pit tabby used domestic sway was so intolerable past 11 years. Students trained by them have taken the followto knock off with the men on Satur- the Nar river on a stone bridge which that there waa a general sigh ot re- cub. span of ISO feet, with a "The little fellows weighed 25 day, but, unlike them, she did not had a central In he left the ing honors at Vanderbilt University; Entrance Prize in Matherise of 100 feet. When Rome reached lief when for business. house waathe pounds each and made delicious mornings start again on Monday morning. She ftlA ttalvhr nf hof He a ttnrlap tK matics, English, and History in 1905; Membership in Phi Beta was, always missing tjll Wednesday or reign man strrcr Integrity howerer. and steaks. I was up all that night skin Kappa (scholarship fraternity) in 1909; Four.der'3 Medal in ' n,nS Dear. I now nar the skins In Thursday, when she returned from great of Augustus, no lea than wa proud of hla family. military roads radiated from town-- M(1 th7 ,e Academic Department in 1910; Mathematics Prize in 1911. Good for themselves old and disused portion of the the Hla business necessitated a rest the city. More roads extended to every taere WM to Brmine, records in other college s. part of the vast empire and are esti- dence In rarioua countries of Europe. ' erT ,"a u ,a flna tnal family. The condition. A strike, however, plays far greater and children were born in England. SPECIAL OVERSIGHT. CHRISTIAN INFLUENCES. A ot 30.000 mated a total-leng. Wlo. I think haroc with the moose population ot a miles. ScotUndTSpain. France and Italy. He J"1 V there before. safe place for young boys. aad pit than any number of cats, because to Mm th rhiu waa in gen- had the odd The Roman Boarding patronage doubled under present management. 0n,T r two prertous I had ' the food of the ponies and of the men eral extremely construction dren after the city of their birth. 1 I massive. asd- - bay is no longer available for WT tnm ta' c0'11 for a day Write to Principals for catalogue. remember there was a SeriUs. a a I of bred whl the unfortunate little creatures. Not only that- - and hli WIN POLO CUP Paris and a Milan. When, by way of example, the Dur- AMERICANS he made them dress after the fash had asat te Dwon. under the bed r ham colliers joined in the great gentook ion of the nation of their cradle days J !a the Mck-- 8ome nd " n away I eral strike last year many of the pits Crowd Madly Cheer When Score of This was accomplished In a modified lh.e Mck- S. w,tn u tnto tne B,ch- 4Jkj to 4'-in Favor of U. tracked him in that county were overrun with war without causlnz much excite- - I Was Posted. mice, but for some time after work ment, but when It came to sending the , and foand om of the bread. A was resumed not one was seen. J la the sack. lad ho hailed from .Scotland to Puad ot New York. The cheer that went up school In kilts rebellion against Brit - ' and l Dogs also are among the animal the fellow took them off trespassers in mines. By some means from the thousands who came to Ish rule broke loose. As you may Md hid them, because I needed those, wn,cn lo weica nis nioe-aboa terrier entered a disused pit In watch the second game of the polo guess, the boy was pitilessly guyed sood n5n3r mora bear are around Swaledale, and for eight days It roam- series, when the final score, Amerihis bare knees. The oldest I Dion and I can deliver bears to order. ed about the workings without any- can 44. English 14. was posted, daughter took up the case. rent the air and sent its resounding thing to eat. "See here, father, you've got to cut dead or alive." Dawson (N. W. T.) More remarkable was a dog's intru- echoes through the hills of Long Is- - out this tommy-rot- . 15 You march out Dispatch to N. Y. Sun. sion Into a South Wales pit which and get that boy a sensible salt of l has the reputation of being haunted Vacation Tim. clothes.' The animal in question was seen lalaHBKBBBBK "'My wife's gone to the country Br "yv "The old man was dumfounded. The Kentucky State Fair will offer to the farmers prowling about the workings, and. as "'What's this miss? Telling me hooray! hooray!' The success of that and livestock exhibitors an opportunity to exhibit the it seemed to vanish when an attempt what to do! I cannot believe my song was due to its profound truth. Its pest products of their farms and best specimens of was made to catch it, a number of profound truth to marriage and to hu- senses.' livestock and to the women an opportunity to display colliers a: once "downed tools' and "Yes. sir. I want you to know man nature." their handiwork and cookery at the 1913 Fair, for went home. this Is America, and we're made , The speaker was DeWolf Hopper, which liberal premiums are offered. Some of them then consulted a loup oar minds to hare our American the noted comedian. He continued, cal wise woman, telling her of the mopping his brow: rights.' "vision" they had seen earlier In the "A cheer of approval went up from j "It is an undoubted fact that, the day, whereupon she predicted a disthe table, and from that day dated a first dayor two of his family's depart-neI As a result more than 203 aster. ure for mountains or seaside, the dynasty." men refused to go down the following J most humdrum of men the fattest. 6-B- lG DAYS-- 6 Bedncel Railroad Bates morning, and, though the manager baldest, soberest of men shout In Food for the Shipwrecked. did his utmost to induce them to their heart. 'My wife's gone to the Caches or depots for food and country hooray! hooray!' work, they obstinately deterFor Information. Entry BUnkj. Catalog. Etc. address clothing hare recently been estabmined to remain idle. "And the wire realise this. And J. L. DENT. Secretary. lished by the various governments on they realize the danger of It. And, what is more, it was not until most of the dangerous islands under 705 PAUL JONES BUILDING three days later that all the men were i ntiieun i r "I was talking one August afternoon a; work again. their dominion. And on many of the to a matron on a breexy Narragan-set- t inothers there are sign posts and There were two curious .sequels to I piazza. structions as to how to get to the this incident. One. which took place " 'Aba. madam. I said, "here you are. nearest island where there is such a enjoying the salt air while your hardabout a week afterward, was the prosMilk and Music depot. They are kept in huts built working husband I chained to hla Unpleasant Task Laid on Him. ecution acd conviction of the fortune It Is a little known tact that tho expressly for the purpose or in nat- desk In the city.' The farmer's son came home lookteller for causing the miners to abmost delightful music at the present ing as It he had been through a torural caves in the cliffs, where all the sent tbomfelres from work. "Chained tojila desk. Indeed!' provisions will remain dry and keep the matron. 'Ah. if he only couldsaid day Is produced by playing on milk. nado. Ills father Inquired the causo. ":BBBBBBVSCBBBABtBrVVallBf The otatr sequel happened much be, The supply of Ivory nowadays does The son replied: "It's that durn correfor a long time. As aa example, down I'd hare some peace of mind.' " more reercMy. and was the discovery awasaaaasasBsssaTsssw not to a great extent meet the Je. spondence school again. I got a letter in the Indian ocean are the Island of a skeleton o( a do? (doubtless that mand. Strange as It may sound, sklru from tho sophomores telling mo to of Amsterdam, St. Paul and Kergue-lewhich had been seen by some of the Tru Thrift. milk forms a substitute. It Is used haze myself " Mighty Crowd Cheer Teams. miners) in the worktngs all dangerous spots for vessels A certain millionaire, who owes his for making the keyboards ot pianos, In a storm. On each ot these the land. The mighty crowd cheered the French warship Eure has established fortune to his thrift and economy. and In appearance this hardened subrVw, If any, medicines, have met MUCH TROUBLE IN WINSTED team that won, and cheered the team depots containing necessaries of all tells this story of a bookkeeper to stance is hardily distinguishable trout with the untfrom success that hxir' that lost, for the plucky fight and kinds for castaways, no matter what I K'natrate the way in which those Ivory. Gang of Robber Squirrels Lift Boiler the sportsmanlike way in which they attended the use of Chamberlain's tuelr nationality may be. At Amster-- , laities) work to the adrantage ot WftlTl. Polio. fhilltr, i,it Cover and Gorge Themselves on took their defeat, but the like ot the dam Island. In a large carern on a ! tflelr Possessor: -- nil. Uiv. ti... -- .,, .rt,.w. Doughnuts. cheer that went up when the Ameri- hillside, there are supplies ot beef. once ma3e nn aT mind." said ( Nineteen Miles a Second. can team tor the third successive biscuits, underclothes, blankets and taa bookkeeper, "that I would become without a Jar. shock or illsturixmci'. iwul dliirrhooa which it ha effected Wlnated, Conn Rockfera. th; sum- time they defeated the English play- some matches inclosed in a hermetic- -, tn0 owner of a gold watch. I saved U the awful speed of tllie earth ! In almost every neighborhood hao mer home at Highland Lake of LouU ers as never before heard at any ally sealed metal box. There are up the money for It in this way: through space. We wonder at such i Kit en it a wide reputation. For eafo f B. Murphy Jewelry merchant, is over-ru- n content held on the level stretches also in the same care several cots. When I Tfelt like r eatlne a . of. nature's movement, ami so by all dealers. ni. U with red squirrels, asd a dozen or of Long Island. t aw, ai one msieaa.1 ao hose who tnKo 1)p KIiik's ,Ww a cooking pot and dry wood, left by 4STr . m4 A H A U .a tnA U..UC, VAA .more box traps are to b- - set to catch nii occasionally rlsit u vuv m Wuicr wug """lute plls x0 crluinc no distress. them. One eienlng Mrs. Murphy, HER'S THE IDEAL HUSBAND fishermen who Visual aa Wall as Vocal. ' there. Cabbage and celery, flsh and placiLg edlble on the table. .after Here it. but In less than six months Just thorough work that tiring koiM "Ills lauguage was terrible; I never in health and fine feelings. 2.1c at aV saw worse," said a policeman at started out on the lake to met her, Home Five Nights a Week, and Car- - lobsters abound onit the Island and and castaways i i naa sarea money enough to pur- - druggists. the waters about .husband On their return to the cotUrldgend, England. ' could live there Indefinitely. The de-- f chase the watch.' ries Wife's Photograph Wherever tage Mr Murphy took a sea: at the "But you dont seem to have bought He Goes. pot Is clearly marked out by a board dining table bearing the legend. "France. Vlvres, It." objected his friend. Poor Provider, Ropola Attack of Death. "There ls no bread here," he said. "Well. no. When I found how easGrand Junction. Colo. The ideal Vetements pour naufrages, Eure." An old negro in Texas was askid If "Flvo yiira ago two doctors told "There tuust be." she replied, "l husband and the Ideal wife, as they ily I could get along without the he was going to register. Ho Ih1uhI put it on he table before going to should be, have n 'luncheons I concluded I could to know- - how he would have to pro. ino 1 had only two years to live." discovered by meet jou." Unappreciated. get along without the gold watch, ceed. On being told that he had to This Htartllng statement was made the Rev. Mr. Marshall Pennesfleld Par-te-r, Look lug outdoors they saw three "See. John." said Mrs. Slathers, with and the watch fund la growing into a swear to support the constitution, his ly StlUnuu Ureen, Malachite. Col. an evangelist of Chicago. The" squirrels carrying the missing loaf of Rer Mr Parter says he spent the a happy smile. "I have taught the houseand-lo- t fund now." Youth's eye widened, and, drawlug a long 'hoy told mo l would die with con- bread up a hillside in back ot the cot- last three months visiting with more canary every time I come near him Companion. breath, he said he couldn't do It, bo- - "nniptfon. It was u to me then Xfl tage. The wjulrrels have been known than 100 families in different parts of to stick out his little bill to be try tho best lung medicine and I cause he couldn't support himself. to remove the cover from the boil-t- r the country in an endeavor to And the kissed." J 'began, to use Ur. King's New D'.- Surgery to Prevent Murder. , in which edibles are kept and get ideal husband and wife. "Humph!" said Slathers, eyeing eovery, U wa4 weU I did. for today ur. Lcnols Ardman. criminologist, away with dozen doughnuts In a Clorlous News, Te (deal husband, according to the the bird critically. "Seems to me you has come to the I am conclusion that the single night. The family s meat bill Rev, Mr. Parter. thinks of his wife ' spend your time teaching creatures working and believe I owe my form of Insanity that causes murder is comes from Dr. J. T. Curtlsa, Dwnlht, life to this Ktrat throat and lung cure hu almost doubled since they ar- twice an hour when at work. He Qow to present their bills for my Kan. He writes: "1 not only uto Hint a small bone pressing against part ot rived at the resort because of thefts Im.i cheated the crave of an- 2ve out of seven nights each tentlon I got one from your milliner committed by the squirrels. Last sea- w eek in his w Ife's company, this morning, not to mention a dozen the brain and that a small operation, , "wh removing the bone that Is pressing ... ....,..-- ,..M tiin 'miahs, colds 1U tolly to suffer with son the cottage owner had the same He carries her picture in his watch or two others In the same malL" or other throat and and Inserting a thin silver plate, will cured mjself by them or tho same trouble, aud got a cat to keep the case. Harper's Weekly. linns trouble now, Take the cure turn the murderer Into a kind hearted disease. I feel bitre they will lione-Usquirrels away, but one night a rac He kisses his wife when .he leaves that's safest pric go cents and $1.00. person. along and dined on the , for his ofice In the morning and at ' any case of eczema." This bIio coon cainc what Pretty Near. The trouble. Dr. Art! man confesses, thmt.itiitii hnt.t iiwu .! Hiui i.t .... Trial bottle free at all druggists. cat. noon aaa aaln when be returns from Sunday afternoon and Ma- - that Is hardest to overcome is to find t,,i.. i,iJM ..),...,... ,!. . It vr&3 work. ",WM . little Bister. Ruth, aged tour. the man with criminal tendencies and Wills Body to Science. I bel's an excvilFlit remedy (or BOOKKEEPING was seated beside Mabel on the sofa. perform the operation before and not ''u""er. Philadelphia. Pa. The will of Miss Sleuth Is Trapped. talatPfceMfraphy Presently the little girl asked ot Ma- - after the crime. The murderer usually eczema, tetter, Kilt rheum, ulcers. Wash-legto- n Luc Huuter Ulrd. the wealthy Chicago The Are department ran TYPEWRITING ini bel's fiance: "Aren't I your sweet- Is harmless In. appearance and seems bolls and running bores. It ntlimi society woman, filed for pro- up ladders and rescued a city detective TELEGRAPHY normal before committing a crime, lates ller, ktducjs ami bowels, ox bate, here. Instructed that her body marooned on a roof. The sleuth heart. Mr. Bumper?" "Well." answered Mr, Bumper with and there is no way to tell If he Is pels polsous, helps diction tnill.U ! . fI'rMl ".MhIl fij.M giteu to the medical profession for chased a burglar to the roof, but In be tal tM, i fond glance at Mabel, "you re the suffering from this form of insanity. up the strength, I'rleo M els H.tli climbing knocked down the laddt. the UJe of science . jest thlcs to IL 'Puck. faction guaranteed by till dnitfulaU, massive atone block ten feet deep and lined on both side with temple, mausoleums, portico and statues. The treet of Babylon are said to hare been pared a early as 2000 B. (X. and several well lurfaced roads radiated to neighboring cities. Carthage, be- center of a high- lon ,u w" u"eipea roau sysieni. iue aa- -cjeai aaa a wonuenui ystern of national roads connecting all the principal part of their, empire. Bridges were also built by the ancients at a very early date. The Euphrates, at Babylon, was crossed by a stone bridge prior to 2000 B. C and it Is known that the Chinese built bridge as public works a early at Chicago. When or where the first road waa built It nof known. Herodo- ,U' d t EsT?tUa, tju wuicu rwiag uwpi eoiiu;w aw,- 000 men for ten year. According to the historian, thl road waa bnllt of POMPOUS ENGLISH FA THER MET HIS WATERLOO. Oeta Family That Stol His and Nail, and Ha Skin to Prova It ssssSs LOUISVILLE Poultry Supply Co. 305 East Market 'fTw,0' t Must Have Coma aa a Shook to the "Ruler of the House," but Daughter Aleo Had a Will of Her Own. '". the-trusse- s Two large black bear and two cub were killed within sight ot Dawson. u am noQu, auer an exciung ex perlence- - Roman has a cabin on Dion i Gulch, above the city three mile.' While sitting In the place with his back to the door In the erenlng he noticed the place suddenly overcast by a shadow. "I tamed, little inspecting anything I serious." says Roman, "when to my horror I saw a huge black bear standing a few feet away. I leaped to my J feet and grabbed my M caliber Win- -' Chester, which is always near the door. I wasted no time and fired when I the brute was tea feet away. The ' ) ball struck him In the breast, but did , I I not seam to fuu him TSo I rushed forward asd waa prepared to J make a ferocious attack. He made , one powerful side swIdo at me. I sidestepped and when he was Just at I the muzzle drove the second bullet I home. It passed Into his brain and I he reeled orer at my feet, on my rery doorstep. "Yah. I tell you. I wa an excited Swed. but I prored to that fellow It I a bad day for bear when they tackle the son of the north. "Wen. ye. I waa excited, but t had killed many bears, and the feeling soon wore off. I then drag red the carcass around the,, bouse and got It on tne roor and prepared to akin him. What wa my surprise when I had barely started the work to look up and see a mother bear and two pretty cubs adrancing through the brush. 1 had left my gun In the cabin, but lt was only a minute until I had leaped i down, darted Into the bouse and back J with the rifle. One more shot and 1 had brought down the mother. Two more shots and I had bagged the 1 Street LOUISVILLE, KY. poultry the snt south SUPPLIES Price List. Q)QQQQ9QQ&$Q&$GQOGQQQQ&XX,Q' 1 8 MatheneyiSrBatts 'miimnnm SEND YOUR BOY TO -- to-ha- th nlt bn ,rt o3 r brd n" " "" "" ut Kentucky State Fair SEPTEMBER to 20, 1913 alHattfllMft & HHaP KW.gEB?Hfc w 830,000 in Premiums 1 !?HESb! CWaa....B attaK!aflHBV WlQEPG,"W n, nttiAi .um-ucM- u ... 50-ce- nt liu A 50-ce- to K.. :i" , r:l"ll": vl.t "...: ., """" . a!KlsKLs 1 i "IB JaMteia4fcMtMjMN -- .:. &&LL2!jzszLjiZ HOSTESS IN HOTELS BIG MOUNTAIN THAT MOVES DISARMS THE ENEMY FARM SALE! ! One of the best farms in Ohio county, containing 102 acres. All cleared and in culti- 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-towfour miles from Rockport; two and miles from Broadway mines, three miles to IcHenry, seven miles to Hartford. One-ha- lf vation, except 8 n; one-ha- lf mile to Providence church; one mile to mile to Central Grove church; three-fourtmile to Stony Lone Sar church; Point school house. Best reasons for selling. Price is extremely low, considering the quality of the land and its splendid location and surrounding hs one-ha- lf -- market For further particulars, call on or write t : BARNETT & FOSTER, ' HARTFORD, KY. COURIER - JOURNAL! For 1913. You can not keep posted on current events unless you read the COURIER- - JOURNAL Louisville, Kv. HENRY WATERSON, Editor WEEKLY COURIER-JOURNA- L AND HARTFORD REPUBLICAN Both One Year for : : : $1.5 0. Begular price of Weekly Courier-Journ- al t z t $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 Be Sent to Us, Not to Courier-Journa- l. ; shale at the quarries of the Portland Cement company, six miles cast of Anyway, New Jersey Farmer Devised She Plans Shopping Tours, Purehaaea this city, Is being closely guarded by a Scheme Which Resulted In DisTheater Tlcketa and Arranges the officials of the plant. comfiture to the 8poller of Slghtaeelng Expeditions and The first Intimation the company HI Hen Roost. had of the trouble was following a Otherwise Guides Patrons. blast recently, which brought down a Benjamin Oroncr, a farmer In tho New York. It Is a long step from large amount of rock, and before tho Bird's Eye Hollow neighborhood, Just mammoth steam shovel could be re over the New Jersey line from Goshthe hotel of 20 years ago, which would ' not receive a woman nlone at night, moved the rear of the boiler room was en, In studying the hablto of hawks no matter what her appearance or her demolished, but, fortunntcly, no one noted that those prowling and snoop .necessities, to that of the big hotel was injured. ing birds always perched on the A careful Investigation ronowea. it urancu 'which provides a hostess. She has some iruu or un u uigu was discovered that n large crack had fence oroi nothing to do with the management other good point for observatop' of the mountain of the hotel. Her duty Is simply to appeared In the gradually tion near a poultry yard and from ,100k after the comfort of the transient which since that time, has there took a comprehensive view of Increased until It Is now at least twen- the surroundings and their possibiliwomen guests. Tuo hotel clerk la ty feet ncross and twelve feet deep. ties supposed to know how to get any before swooping down on the conwhere, from the Jumel mansion to There Is a fault in tho mountain tents of the yard. That set Farmer the Aquarium; he summons tailors where the crack first nppeared, and Gronor to thinking, and ho thought to and taxis and ticket sellers. Iiut It is from this spot that the mountain such purpose that It resulted In his dewhen It comes to women's clothes and of dirt, rock aad trees seems to be vising a contrivance which he bolleved clubs even his bland resourcefulness letting go. of every hawk would be It Is estimated when the slide oc- - that came the ruination his premises. may be a trifle shaken. And so enters nosing nbout curs, as It will surely do, that 200,000 the woman hostess. He had a sythe blade made of the "The first thing I did was to circu- tons will be dislodged. The whole best steel he could procure. He ground .rones is giving away, and during one larize all the women's clubs east of and whetted the edge of the blade unthe Mississippi," she said. "The club night, and up until 4 o'clock the next til It was as keen as keen could be. the j women of New York have no head- afternoon, measurements disclosed Then he fastened the butt end of the club fact that It had moved over a distance blade with bolts tight to a high pole quarters, and many of twelve inches. women who come here for a week or top, edge up, and at an angle near While the action Is not discernible of 4G the a month never get In touch with what degrees. The pole he then set t'je naked eye It Is evident that the is going on in the club world here to In the ground, a few rods from his mountain Is about ready to collapse, poultry yard at all. at the edge of a wood lot. Is for large cracks are noticeable across "Now, when a guest tells me she In the afternoon of the day he set its entire length. from a club in Indiana I look her up trap a hawk came sailing along General Manager R. J. Morse ar- the in my directory, and put her in touch and, over the tops of the trees. Farmer with the Daughters of Indiana here. rived at the plant from Denver Groner was in his barn and saw it and Of course, I keep a careful directory after viewing the phenomenon, made 'watched Its manoeuvers. arrangements to assist nature In its of all club events ami the concerts The big bird circled about a few gap and lectures that do not get into the work. A pipe line was laid to the dropped down on the In the top of the mountain, and water times and then displayed a large papers." Here-sh- e four outstretched scythe blade, which apblackboard In the women's writing-roo- Is being run In the crevlses in peared as a convenient point of obfilled with a day's program of different places. A number of holes servation. have been drilled at various places at New York clubs. The Instant the hawk lit it began to "Of course, 1 keep In touch with the foot of the moving masB and it is slide down the smooth slant of the thought that when these are fired the what Is going on at the theaters. I blade and the razorltke edge sliced Its helped one of the men guests to collapse will take place. claws off as quickly and as neatly as wantchoose seats the other day. He a meat cutter slices smoked beef. The ed to take two ladies to the 'theater, SUMMER 'WHITE HOUSE' ROOM bird fluttered to the ground, but as and In trying to findout whatthey Its wings were still at its command it would prefer Ve got rather" deep Into Apartment Where the President and flew away. And It has never come mind. the psychology of the feminine His Family Will Enjoy "Light" back to Farmer Groner s place 'again. Music. He said that he had never stopped to Going out to the trap pole and think of what, his guest might prefer, finding the talons of the crippled Cornish, N. H. A view of the beau- bajrk. Farmer Groner knew that his but had always taken her to the musical comedies that he liked to see. It tiful Interior of the "music room" at ponaering over ine wayB oi nawas house, Cornish, N. H., had resulted In a successful demonla hard for a woman gueat who has Harlakenden not had time to read the reviews to where President Wilson and his fam- stration of the conclusion he had ily no doubt will spend many of their come to, and next morning he dischoose a play that she will really and I make that sort of decision evenings during their sojourn In the covered that he had bullded even summer "White House," located on a wiser than he knew, for he found a two or three times an evening. "Planning aightaeeing Itineraries la couple of seta of owl toes on the another regular part of my work. ground beneath the scythe blade. He Sometimes t send out a woman guide, had not calculated on owls, but holdI simply write very and sometimes ing to, the old fashioned belief that full directions about the proper side those nocturnal prowlers were habi of the street on which to take the tual , robbers of hen roosts, he gloatsubway. A great deal of time 'can ingly accepted the evidence of the efbe conserved in this way. The other ficacy of his trap as an owl was her day I sent a teacher who ' week-enthrough Teachers' for the Brer since that Installing of the college wjth a .gule who took her scythe trap for business on the Groner through the whole building and exfarm It has been kept on duty, and plained everything to her in about an the frequent findings of hawk and owl nurses, dentists, ocuhour. Finding claws scattered beneath It and the ; 9Bjbbbs1bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbI lists and every sort of supplies, from noticeable Increase In his poultry flock millinery to rolling chairs, is comare Incontrovertible proof to Fanner monplace. 2bbbHbbbbVI9biibbbIhbbbbbH Groner thai it Is doing the work It "Making reservations on trains and was planned to do. An owl or hawk incoming meeting eteamers and that lights on that terrible perch Is guests when requested is a part of forever unfitted for stealing chickens, our dally routine. for both birds capture their prey with "But even when a woman is famil' their claws. city I feel that I can do iar with the something for her by making her feel 1bBbHbIbbB, '" '?BBBHBi'i A Advertised. . that here in the midst of this great bbbbbHIIbbbbbbbbV V WxHaaaai aaaaaaaT.'Jaaaaam ': Charles I Slnnlxon, a London adfVxVKaaal hotel she may be quite comfortable vV'Y'3bBBBBBBb1 !BBBBBWaBBBBB5?A vertising expert, was praising in New and secure. There are writing-rooms- , York the change that has come ova.' reading-roomreception-room- s and a the advertisement. library. And I am here to show her "In advertising, as In other things," how to make the most of all these he said, "it has been found that honthings, as well as of what the city has esty pays, and today, throughout the to offer, and to help her In any sudworld, the successful advertiser is den emergency that may arise." modest and conservative In his statements. SATAN STOLE THE CORPSE "Advertising is no longer mistrusted. Things are no longer as they President'! Music Room. Creawere In Phatt's day. Mourner Assert ture With Red Hair Made Wry "'You know Phatt, our a beautiful and picturesque estate of With Dead Body. 700 acres on the Connecticut river. It bookkeeper?' said one man In the is said that the tapestry seen hanging street to another. " 'Yes. What of him?' Fort Smith, Ark'. A creature, con- on the wall cost the owner of the forming with the generally accepted house. Winston Churchill, $40,000. '"Well, he saw an ad In the paper appearance of the devil, stole the body "Fat, folks reduced, five dollars" and he answered it.' of a man in the neighborhood of Base, MUSIC BOX WAS THRU WAR Montgomery county, according to S. "'Did he get any reply?' H. Farrow of Cedar Creek, and "'O, yes; it was just as advertised.' vouched for by four supposed eye- Confederate Lieutenant Always Had "That's good. And how much It With Him Haa Two Tunes witnesses, is the story that has gained was he reduced?' Left In It '"Why, just as the advertisement much comment at Waldon, according said, five dollars.'" to advices. Atlanta. Music In the state capltol Farrow says the body stolen was a may have been rather an unusual ocfarmer's. Cause for Alarm. The eyewitnesses to the spooky oc. currence at one time, but such Is not Smith had just been operated upon currence were keeping watch at the the case any longer. During his period of It Is true that It cannot be heard for appendicitis. house when the weird creature enbe became quite chumHe carried a heavy chain throughout the wide roomy corridors, convalescence two other patlepta who tered. my with the across his shoulders, wore a white but In the offlceB of State School Su- shared the ward with him. M. L. Brittaln can occarobe, and a long growth of red hair, perintendent "How are you feeling, boys?" said sionally be heard the strains of two they say. Smith one morning to them. His face was apparently painted old wartime melodies. "Oh, we are all right," they both anThe orchestra la a small music box, red, and on his forehead a small set scarcely larger than the palm of one's swered together, "considering that we of horns had been fastened. had to undergo two operations." The watchers became so alarmed hand. It was bought tu Geneva, Swltzv "Why, how was that?" questioned that they fled, and when they re- erland, more than sixty years ago, by Smith, in an agitated voice. Mr. Brlttaln's grandfather, and Is nocoffin was empty. turned the "Because the doctor assigned to this table for having been carried through Inwar by his father, Dr. J. M. ward is an Idiot. In collecting his the Civil struments after the operation, he RETIREMENT OF ANCIENT JON Brittaln. who was a lieutenant. The school superintendent has had missed a needle and a pair of scissors. Cavalry Horse Who Haa Served 25 the little Instrument repaired after The former he found in me, and the Year In Four Regiments Geta many years of disuse, and It now plays latter In my friend here 'on the right Life Vacation. as It did when It cheered the tent of You see now the reason for the two operations." the young llentenant Just then the surgeon put his head Leavenworth, Has. Old Jon, the It knows but two tunes, both melfavorite cavalry horse at Fort Leaven- odies of the old days, "Tho Glad Song In at the door and asked: "Has anyone seen my silk bat?" worth, after serving 25 years, has of Triumph" and "We Never Mention Smith fainted. 'been retired to the fort's reservation, Her." to the regret of all officers The aniThe Ijttle box of music is prized Pa'a Definition. mal has served in the Fourth, Sixth, very highly Dy Mr. Brittaln. "Bay, Pa," queried little Billy. Ninth and Fourteenth cavalt. Capt, "what is an echo?" W. T. JohnBton of the Fifteenth cavFortune Kilted Him. "An echo, my son," replied the paalry Issued orders prohibiting anyone Arlon, Belgium. When told he had from riding, driving or In any way won 1200,000 in the Charlerol Exhibi- tient old man, with a sigh that was molesting old Jon in bis well earned tion lottery, a brakeman earning fl long drawn out, "Is the only thing that can flimflam a woman out of tb retirement from active service. a month ueie fell dead. last word." , ! n en-Jod Hostelries Now Provide Them for Florence, Colo. A curiosity in the Their Guests. way of a moving mountain of cement Remarkable Natural Curiosity That Has Great Celebrity In State of Colorado., Security Life PERHAP8 IT WOULD CORRECT TO SAY BE MORE Insurance Co. Not the oldest not the bipgest but the STRONGEST in sur- plus security to policy holders. Highest ratio of assets to liabilities among all the established life insurancecompaniesin America. Everything absol u tely gu aran teed . No estimates. should carry a guaran- teed policy in t h i s strong company. W.R.I1EDRICK, - Hartford. A. S. TANNER, - Owcnstoro. 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UUtOllllirU mnuiiriii'" ..lit ........ i twlMWHNiuiipiinlfil ly iolKr. no AEUhjiniiDa roinmunU-Hthiti- deMrliiK the Mirer i"tit In n lit' cr, right for once on the 'genera,! proposition that the Tariff Is not nlwns added to tho lirlcc im.Ii! by tho ultimate consumer. As a mattci bf fact, excepting when tho Tariff nr-tiIs placed upon a o Tariff a favorite system little or none of the duty ia added to the final selling price of the equivalent domestic product. It l8 mostjy ,,nu by the foreigner in naming lower prices than ho would otherwise charge for his goods. It Is vi to have this fact recognized and admitted by so distinguished a Free j0i,n Sharp Will- TnMjc n(ivocate Free-Trad1 FELONS REJOICE AS Forty-Fiv- e de ROADHRS Honor-Boun- d YOU DON'T HAVE TO WAIT it Not to Try to Escape. i ! '.. : For Rain to Break Your Wheal Ground With I "WIS, Warden Asks Public s Aid in Ex periment to Reclaim Men Con- victed of Crime. will No one doubts the immediate com i e in ng- petit ivo effect of Dixon, 111., Sept. C Camp Hope f1i.nl hr il Inrill1f u Tlw. flltttntlrtll being today and fort- LC3 S.Tr respect to agricultural ninchln- - l'ran8 ,ln, with Iflvo prisoners from Jollct pcnltenti- ery Is very different. There is no ry began life anew assurance whatever that there wi FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER VI. In the words of Warden Allen, a price be any reduction at all in the new deal In the penology of the of tho output of agricultural ImpleFrom the mostate was started. Wooden cars make costly kindling ments as they reach the farmer. ment the special car containing the Tlin nrmiir nf fin. lwat lu tlllfltll wood. cnclowiro of t n certain reduction in the price of t.'ivic'8 Oh, well, many of the Democratic all he produces In ONchange for nil the prison for tho camp the sun of day rising When the Jobs are but sour grapes anyway. uncertain rdeuction In the price of,a bcUor from Dixon, was P. output of agriculture Implements ?& If Enirf'lsh women should get the the (reached at noon tho men leaped to as they reach the fanner. ballot, Mrs. Pnnkhurst would be out wholly different In men-ta- il The farmer, at the best, is taking the ground of a Job. perspective, in spirit- and ambia certain reduction in the ,.io of tion than they had been before. The administration cannot ignore nil he produces In exchange for an Oiio convict had sat up all night Huerta, although it refuses to rec uncertain reduction in the prcie of awaiting the hour of do not cnostltute more nervously artlcks which cgnlze him. than ten per cent of his production , J oaock WIlcn l" wwden aun.n.ontiTl further to his ab cost. od tho squad to discard prison garb To add-snormal troubles, Gov. Sulzer has been Senator MeCumber is right In his and assume ordinary citizen's nttlre. .approval by Gov. Dlease. forgers, Pack Hand opstatement that the farmer is the Murderers,hold-u- p ny erators, men, n more "goat" of the It the Cillebra"cut-hnsabill. Not only will heiose out plain thieves, extraordinary thieves do it now. llding to do It had better by reason of the decreased price re- and burglars were in the lot. It will soon be too late. Once at Camp Hope, a name se- ceived for what he produces, but he That currency question is merely has ahead a prospect of dosing the 0CteU D' Warden Allen, the con academic to many people who are the home market which is his nearest vlcts lost the prison pallor and most violent agitators of it. and best market. The sophistries of were like a lot of youngsters on a net holiday camplng-ou- t They Jaunt. Mexico's-cabiofficers have aill those who stand sponsor for the stronger will to do the right, and thence with a line between J. J bill will not go down with the unloaded 'luggage, grubbed the main public at large to do their share. To been too busy for some time to make street running between the rows of my way of thinking tho biggest thing then this talk and this investigation Russell and Elvis Williams alumt d American farmer who any arrangements to lecture. f am urging you to make would not two hundred and seventy yardi, knows on which side his bread is tents, put up kitchen stoves and in of all is what the outsiders will do have been necessary. every way possible made prepara- when our men earn their freedom. thence over tho iland of KMs Will-laIS the presehttendency In womens' buttered. Muncle (Ind.) State I could have cheerfully voted for tions for, the work ahead. about five hundred and fifty "We are now building up tho men drees is carried much farther, it "will Journal. and morally with good, any man that was running. I did not yards; thence over the land of J. . The slogan was, as several prison- physically jmt the ballet shows out of business. ers forcibly expressed it, "We are wholesome food and outdoor work. try to influence a single man's vote. Clark about two hundred nnd twent) Base Ball Dope. The next time any congressmen Sulphur Springs was defeated on here to make good. The boys back Will the people of Illinois and other I nsked no man how he intended to yards; to Intersect the Rockport and have dealings with Col. Mulhaul they their home grounds Sunday afternoon at Jollet are watching us; they States give these men welcome after vote in any race, nor did I suggest Paradise road about one hundred ami will doubtless use the telephone and If the old to any man bow I would like for Him fifty yards northwest of said J. I. their terms are over? by Hartford, score 9 to 13. Klckard think if wo make good here the not write. wi& take off the present idea that once a criminal always a to vote. I was tied to no candidate, Clark's rcBdicnce, a total distance ct McDougal were the "big boys" and limit and give tho lifers a criminal is discarded Camp Hope be- uiiu wiltu was nu umo xnai I wouiu about 3920 yards. for Hartford, while Mldkiff and Tay- five-yeJohn kind's conception of The petitioners thcrtforo pray that diplomacy Involves the plan of lor were on the points for Sulphur chance to work on Illinois roads. yond the slightest doubt is the be- not have changed my vote In any race, or In all of them, lfby doing the Court have the nald proiKw! ginning of a new era In penology. concealing everything, including the Springs. The game started off with a God helping, we shall make good." it, a clean election could have been road viewed, established and conThe words were used by more diplomatist. rush with the Hartford boys, when secured, and now in asking for this structed according to the laws of tbe Cundiff, McDougal and Barnett each' than one praloner. On the lla of Jn Sweeden they are about to pass scored. S. S. did, not score until the those left In the prsion were the Investigation, and emphasizing as 'best State of Kentucky. WOULD ELIMINATE a. law giving women a right to proI can its importance, I am doing it "Make good now Notices having been posted In Uie fourth inning, when F. Bown scor same sentiments. pose marriage. There are so many with the kindliest feeling toward all. vicinity of the proposal road, In ed. In the sixth, however, they dlt boys,'" was the parting injunction; unnecessary laws. become some hard hitting and maio six "for God's sake make good and FLOATING VOTE When Icandidates convinced that some three public places according tola of the or their friends for setting forth tho routo of the said Senators James and Bradley, of runs on the Hartford lu:n?l' At that htllp us all to get out into the sun them would use money, 1 realized proposed road. Kentucky, have been heard about as time and for several innings it look- light once more." Signed. that there would be candidates who Albln Shull, often as any of the other senators ed like the Hriv.cia lojs could not Warden Allen, Deputy Warden would be martyrs In the cause of (Continued From First Page.) come br.v... a' d the home team root-c- js W4'sh, Captain Keegan and Charles J. R. Shut, on the tariff question. .1 clean elections, and would suffer the W. D. Shull, weie v.ld with Joy. But in the Hardy, night guard, all spoke of the Senator Penroso'a plea for inter- e shth things changed to Hartford farewell messages. Some of the re- be excluded from office and suf- usual fate of martyrs, but I pushed W. C. Overton, vention without war is singularly Bug when Spalding laced out a single on the work to hold as many of the L. S. Entfer. and maining prisoners were in tears. frage." festive of the short sighted man who the whole team batted around, and Nearly all wished the lucky ones who Then It Bays, "any person guilty candidates as could be held to their Everett Brown, J quarrel. interfered in a family of receiving a bribe for his vote at pledge of honor and an observance started off again with Spalding who were going "fine lluck." R. R. Hope, of the law. I felt that a clear conThe camp is on high ground on an election shall be fined from $50 to Henry F. Roll, This has been a bad year for Demo was caught out going to first. The R. L. England, cratic governors. If you don't believe Sulphur Springs boys did everything tho estate of William Andrus, a $500 and be excluded from office and science and defeat with honor would be worth more to them, than an ofH. B. Stom, , it call on Gov. Sulzer, of Now York, honorable they could to win, but aft wealthy man, whose home is at suffrage." er they were defeated they acted as Grand Detour. It Is adjacent to a The law then proceeds to define fice won by dishonor and crime. R. D. Brown, j and Gov. Patterson, of Tennessee. What I am doing oad have done, perfect gentlemen, and were not Bore windmAl' which is attached to a a "bribe" or "bribery" as being "any G. W. Campfledd, money be-i- and had Think of all that Thaw the best feeling toward the pump that furnishes spring water. reward, benefit or advantage, present and what you may do, may not pleaie J. E. Montgomery, spent in Canada, when there are Hartford players and visitors. Groves are at the side and rear; the or future, to the party influenced or some of the men of the county, who Joe Borah, many needy and deserving lawyers bo intended to be Influenced, or to an- aro your friends and mine. I hope Saturday afternoon at East End field Is surrounded by a wide fence. C. H. Brown, and hotel keepers on this side of park Llvermore came back at Hart'Moat of the day was devoted to other at his instance, or the promise .hey will not be offended, but when C. F. Elliot. we sot out to do our dtuy wo cannot the line. ford and tried to take a game from making ready the camp. This after- of such roward, benefit or advan George Greer, halt to consider the effect of it upon Taylor Grant, Congressman Bob Thomas does not us, but the locals scored 12 men, to noon there was some shovel and pick tage." Then again the law says, "money tho feelings of others, or even upon I J. J. Greer, cften say anything which we endorse, Uvermore's 3. Spalding did the slab labor. AH this week wll be utilzed work for Hartford, and was In fine In getting the prisoners accustomed or other thing of value given or ourselves. My course may alienate R. W. Taylor, but when in a speech In Congress a to working in the sun. lent, In whole or In mrt, to be bett- some of my friends, personal and J. N. Berryman, few days ago he referred to the trim. He was assisted by our Irish By next Monday the training per- ed on the result of an election, shall olItical, but I want them and the friend, McDougal, of Rockport. who G. W. Brown, Civil Service system as the "Swindle be deemed a bribe." This means that public to know that regardless of how N. M. Taflor, Service system" he made a statement, has been with us for several games. iod will have ended and actuoil will begin under the drlec-lo- n a canddlate, or anybody else, who they may feel and act towards me, 1 Bice, Dossett and Kline tolled for Silas Taylor, which has our heartiest approval. of M. tP. Harvey, road coi'imls-slone- r furnishes another man money to ,bot do not intend to Jet it affect myre-gar-d Llvermore. Llvermore presented some J. M. Mefford, An election held in' the district In fhie players, but on the other side for them. 1 am discharging a of Grand Detour township, on an election, violates the. law and C. G. Taylor, the State of Maine, formerly repre- the Hartford boys were all In dandy who twenty years ago was a deputy by that act becomes a briber, and duty to the public that I am sworn T. P. Engler. by James G. Blaine, last Mon shape and had easy sailing sented all the in Jollet prison in the Altg'PJ that the man who receives the mon- to discharge, without fear or favor, In oomit'lance with Cliaptcr 110 day placed the first emphatic con- -' way through. Harvey knows regime. convicts ey for that purpose becomes a bribe and that 1 must do regardless of the tho Acts of tho General Assembly f demnation of the American people at Elgin, who has been playing in and is believed to be tho right man taker, and is subject to a heavy fine, consequences to myself. Kentucky, 1 hereby publish tho forethe ballot box upon the present more or less hard luck the last few to head the squad. He sas It will and the lose of the right to vote and going notice. . Democratic Caught it at Home- administration's tariff games, redeemed himself gloriously take sixty days to lev down the to hold office. T. II. BENTON. policy. It a special election held Saturday by getting two two-ba"Have you lived hero all your big hill which Is to be the object of Then there is this very important Road Engineer Ohio county, Kento fill a vacancy, and the administra- hits and a single. His work at tho itack and to make a now road to provision: life?" asked a drummer of a lean lan- tucky. "Whoever shall receive JW. tion sent Secretary Bryan, Speaker Springs Sunday was also good. money or other thing of value to be tern Jawed Tennessee mountaineer. connect with the old. Clark and other heavy weights there All of Lee and Ogle counties were used fpr thu purpose of procuring or who Btood idly (leaning against a rail Every man on tho Hartford team to canvass the district, and the re- at the Springs Sunday made a run or interested in his experiment, and influencing a vote or votes shall be fence. Tho mountaineer shifted his weight from one foot to thu other and sult was a 'larger vote than was cast more except BIckard. However, ho hundrdes of visitors were at camp. deemed to have been bribed." at the last presidential election. brought in some scores by his work-- . The special car was met at Dixon by I consider this last the most im - 'replied; "Not ylt" National Month- The plurality for the Republican can.' At the Springs Sunday Wayne Mld- Mayor WUllam B. Brinton, Repre- portant provision of all. didate was something like one thous- kiff was standing by his homo team sentative John P. Dovine, Henry and Before closing 1 want to make my Notice. and over tho Democratic nominee, and rooted as loudly as anybody. Aft George Dixon, attorneys: Henry own position so plain that 1 cannot while a Progressive candidate min- er the game ho was as good natured Kenneth, Rev. A. B. Whltcomb, H. bo mlsundrestood. I have stated Notice Is hereby given that on Mon. ing on a Protective tariff u'a.tforni, as anyone, and asked in pubic and in private, day, October C, 1UI3. tho said datu the whole buncl 11. Holnze and William Tague. Most received something over six thousand to come back again. of this delegation and scores of that my position on this question being tho time on which the regular . ... votes. Thus showing a protective tar.. w .. .-. w. ....v. w.iau vuuuij LUUn .Will Clevo Baxley wtis another Sprlng-It- o others went to tho camp t o give U'fin nn nhonlntdlv Imnnninnfll w.tu. I form it llm llhf rm...... r w.v. ....A.w.Mw..u. nnu iff majority of over seven thousand. have never consulted with any can- - bo held, tho undersigned petitioners whatever asssltance they ooa'd. who knew he had tho gamo doped Had the Democrats succeeded, the out right Sunday, but tho tide chang Rev. Mr. Whltcomb, an Episcopal dldate about it, except to pleadwith would rcspoctfully represent that election would have been hailed in edvery suddenly. clergyman, was asked by some of him to obey tho law; nor havo 1 over tho public convenience, wishes mid administration circles as an endorseHartford goes against Taylor Mines the prisoners to conduct Sunday af- stopped to consider how it would nf- - needs, require u road nnd highway ment of tho present tariff bill. The at tho latter place Saturday after ternoon services at Camp Hope, and feet the chances of any candidate, should bo laid out and built us fol-I- t, news dispatches say that President noon. There will bo no game at Hnit- - ho gladly acquiesced. was solely a question of principle lows: Viz: Wilson remained up until after mid- M'd Saturday. It is expected that a "1 haven't the lightest doubt that with me, a question of standing fori Beginning at a point In tho Hart-th- o night to hear tho returns Monday very large crowd from Hartford right and conemnlng the wrong, I ford and Paradise road, naur Hope-an- d will tho experiment will succeed," said 1 had determined ujion the courso' will night and that he was keenly disap- witness tho game at Taylor Minos. Warden Allen after tho camp was church In Ohio county, at tho pointed. Thero aro other keen disap- This is the fourth game of the series put in order. "Theso men areplck- - I have pursued long berore uny of thefarni of J. 11. Miles, running thence pointments in store for him when the scheduled between Hartford and Tay ed men and are anxious to make' men who were candidates In tho lato In a Northernly direction, crossing American people have an opportunity lor Mines Hartford winning two and good; If ojio got away all tho others primary wero over mentioned for of-- 1 tho laud of tho said J. 11, Mile, a la ground Into choice feed for our to express themsehos on his tariff IT. M. one. would rush after him and capture flee. I havo absolutely no feeling distance of about four hundred yards; stock. You will find tho best feed, bill. They aro fright against any canlate who ran in tho thence- on tho lino liutwccn tho lands' mdldllngs, bran, shorts, grain, corn, him if they could. as Pay Your Taxes. ened lest one of tho forty-fiv- e does primary. If any of them violated ,of A. F. &. W. 1). Shull, ubout six oats and Alfalfa mixed feeds, Tariff Not Added to Price. Taxes for the, year 1913 aro now make such a break. They resize tho law, It was not an offenso against hundred yurdH; thenco over tho well as tho finest clover and timothy John Sharp Williams, uncompromis- due and we are ready to receive what this means, not only to them, me, but It was a crlmo against jou and or Wallace Brown about four hay grown hero at all times. Vout r, ing defends tho Tariff same. Owing to a new law passed; but to tho men Heft behind at Jollet and all tho other people of Clark hundred and soventy yards; theiico horses and cattle will thrive on on bananas on the theory that it will during the last Legislature, relattvo and to the prisoners at Pontiac and county. 1 sincerely pity any candl- - on the Hue between K. It. und I,ay. wholesome and nutritious food f; date who violated his pledge and the ton WHUaiiiB, about light hunda'd you can procure from mo. bo paid by the foreign producer and to preparing the receipts, all taxos Chester. not by the consumer. What's that? will have to bo jatd at tho office. So "I hope with all my heart the law, or permitted others to do It for and thirty yards; thoncq on tho lino admitting that any please call and pay your taxes at plan goes through. If It does better him, and I wish with all my heart between Laylon WllIlamB and A Free-TradTariff can possibly be Jovled that is your earliest convenience things aro in store for our prisoner, that ho could hao had a little high- - Overton's land 4 about ono lniiuinxi The Produce Merchant not wholly paid by the consumer? The'Stf. and gradually the penitentiaries will er quality of moral courage, a Jlttle yardo, thence over tho Jmid of J, j. t T. H. BLACK, Senator from Mississippi is, howev-- 1 be depopulated. Sheriff Ohio County. It remains for the more strength of character, a llttjo Russell ubout four hundred anls, ' HARTFORD, - KENTUCKY rwlTr Can't Fool the Farmer. Free-Trad- ntUttlon. Ath I 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 iw - mere assertions. If you will give us an opportunity we will demonstrate the whole truth of the above statements. Call up and we will send our plow and plow man to see you. tCug-uglie- s, Underwood-Simmons-Wilso- ii E. P. Barnes (L Bro., BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY. . new-Tari- -- J hard-heade- re ar ns I road-maki- s se I The Choicest Grairf From the Farm. . -.- Free-Trade- fc er W. E. ELLIS t Mr. Roycc Iglcliart Jcft Friday for uaw Bowling Green whoro he will enter DELEGATES FROM LOOK AT THE school. MONEY Miss MlTdrtnlEfgTn,6f "Jefferson. The town, arrived Tuesday to be tho guest I Your, of Miss Leila Glenn. ' 15 Miss KnUo Pendleton returned Sat- -j unlay from Greenville, where slio haB Yo PAY Attend Tobacco Growers' been tho guist of Miss Lulu Grundy. OUdHT fOR SHOES YQ Don't fall to read tho advertise Meeting Henderson. ment of the Ohio County Fair, which j BUY WE CAH SLl-YO- U appears In The Republican ithls week, i TH ' Mrs. Mary White, who" lias boon Not in Other Organizations You tho guest of her pnrcnts, Capt. and Mrs. Cox, left Monday for CharlesSympathy, to Resign to Hold ton, Mo. Meeting in Owensboro. .Mrs. J. W. Jones who bus been the guest of her mother .Mrs. laura , Stevens, roturnod to her home at We arc daily receiving our New Fall Murray Tuesday. Henderson, Ky., Sept. 6. Repre.Mr. and Mrs. James Sanderfur and sentatives from eight counties In (JoodH and will booh be in a position to ! type boii, Jnmes, who have been tho guests what la known as the Ent.'-slr show you latest creations in Silks, Woolen of Mr. Sanderfur's parents, Mr. and I tobacco belt, fle counties in the XL! .. .. r, . . -1 w airs. J. i. anuenur, r.uiuniuu jiuiuu Stemming District and Daviess, Ohio i Dress Good?, plain and fancy novelties a and McLean, met In called conven- - ' last week. : ' Moving picture shows and Illus- tlon at the courthouse, here today Is'ew and complete in Wash Materials. trated songs at Dr. Bean's opera for the purpose of forming a giant A line of latest in Ladies' Suits, Cloaks, house every Friday and Saturday consolidation of the tobacco growing B nights. New songs and new pictures, interests throughout the Western it etc., new and complete line of latest in iand a fine evening's entertainment Kentucky Wet. There were about iE't 400 delegates from tho eight coun 'for 10c. Ladies' and Misses' Shoe?. ties, completely fining tho auditorj It will bo Interesting to como in ium of the court room. Everyone '.and look over our line of fine .Jew came with a determination of accom-- ; elry and Novelties, which will be pllshing We want your trade and will use all the end for which they meetlarger than ever this fall and win- ing was called. WITHOUT fJOOD LEATHER No OKE CAN , ter. J. B. TAPPAN. fairness to secure it. Special announceTwo important resolutions were MAJeweler & Optician. St4 MAKE dOOD SHOES. ONLY THE 5E-5proposed and unanimously adopted ment later. Bear in mind and rememwho'aofd his resi- by the delegates, the first of which Mr. R. W.King, TERIALS 60 INTO THE lPPER-- AND BoT-TO- M-5 dence on Clay street to Mr. Fred was that aJl officers of the now exber that IT PAYS TO TRADK WITH Cooper some weeks since, has given isting tobacco organizations not in OF OUR SHOES. WE KEEP OUR. tinatuxialnn nt flin IirnlOTtV. And haS sympathy with the movement resign A HOUSE THAT SAVES YOU j rented the Welnsheln.J property on their positions with these organizaPRICES RIGHT DOWN To THE BOTTOM MONEY, Clay street. tions, so as to give the membership NOTCH, AND IT S MONEY IN YOUR POCKMr. S. 0. Keown, of Beaver Dam, an opportunity to align themselves Republican nominee for Sheriff of with the larger organziation. ET TO BUY YOUR SHOES FROM Ohio county, and Mr. D. E. Ward, The second provides that pooling Republican nominee for assessor of Iiledges be nt once prepared by an WILL ALSO PAY YOU To BUY FROM composed Ohio county, were pleasant callers organization committee, by one member from each of the at The Republican office Monday. YOU NEED, BECAUSE WEI belt, The Kentucky Light and'Power Co. counties in the English ty; CARRY QUALITY MERCHANDISE AND SEA3L is engaged In laying six inch water and the pledges be circulated and an Dines, beginning at Dr. Ford's office organization of the eight counties IT FOR ONLY A FAIR PRICE. on Washington street, "and extending into one compact body be perfected. organization committee will Is The out Clay street. Manager Barrass meet at Owensboro on Friday, Sept. In charge of the construction crew. -I o'clock, ot Hartfordhas never had a line of 12, at 1fixing a timetake up the mat- - I arrangfor the Kodaks before, but we will from ter of now on carry a full line of the best, lng for the circulation of the poolN -t. Mk (which Is signified by the brand) lng pledges, and the further perfect- I Eastman Kodaks, Films and Sup- ing of the organization. The reorganization committee as seplies. J. B. TAPPAN, lected at the meeting are Ohio counJeweler & Optician. 9t4 Mcty, L. B. Tlchenor, Hartford; INCORPORATED. Messrs. J. A. Bl'foro and Frank Lean county, G. H. Cary, Calhoun; Black have purchased the business Daviess, G. H. Ruby, Utlca; Hopkins, of the City Restaurant from Mr. W. Bradjley Wilson, Madslonvllle; Web-Bte- r, A. Wilkerson, and have taken charge. C. P. Dunvll'.le, ' Slaughters-vll- e; restau They will run an e; Union, C. D. Oglesby, rant and will have new paper and W. B. Rankin, Crittenden, mmmm m paint nut on in a few days, and al Ford's Ferry and Henderson, Dr. J. New Suits for men and ladles. so wIT'l probably add electric fans. U. Ridley, Robards. Coats, and Also Overcoats, Ladies' Mr. John W. Taylor, .the barber, The Stemming District board held CARSON & CO. Raincoats. will leave Sunday for Uniontawn, a meeting at its offices today, at FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 12. Come to us for your needs In Fall Ind., to visit relatives for a few days. which a resolution was passed Our jBtock Is Unon returning home next Friday, agreeing to affiliate the Stemming Goods. and Winter he will be accompanied by his wife District Association with the new .. 'now complete In all departments, Railroad Time Taue carson &co. and daughter, who have been visit organization. M. ing in Indiana for several days. Dur-. The name ot the organization Is to Misses Artie and Bernlce May haw ing Mr. Taylor's absence, Mr. Fred at Hartford, Ky. FAMOUS FROM OCEAN TO OCEAN AS THEBESTLbe the Consolidated Tobacco GrowOwenB-borreturned to their homes at Robertson will be at his place in the ers' Association. L. A N. time card effective Monday after visiting Mrs. Ernest barber shop. ANNUAL TOUR. Aug. 21st. Woodward. School will begin at Hartford Col No Other Exhibftional AGAIN ALL NEW AND BETTER. Why Tax Bananas? due 7:19 a. m. No. 112 North Bound Mrs. A. B. Riley and son, Master lege next Wednesday morning, so Presents So Many New Features, "Thrillers" and Sensational dally except Sunday. tears were shed, how Jtoud the John, returnde home Monday from we are informed by members of the What wail, No. 114 North Bound due 1:15 ,p. m. John, returned home Monday from faculty. On Monday evening the new poor man's dinner pail, dally except Sunday. itlnjs relatives. building will be dedicated, and Prof, About the Yet when our tin was made right due 8:45 a. m. No. 115 South Bound Mr. McHenry Holbrook will leave McHenry Rhoads. of Lexington, Ky., here dally except Sunday. Saturday for Lexington, Ky., to re will deliver an address. The building The cause for walling was not clear. m. sume his studies In the Kentucky will be open to everyone Monday even No. 113 South Bound due 1:46 p. Now when the poor man wants to lng, and all patrons and friends of dally except Sunday. State Unlvroelty. llunch, to attend the the school are Invited H. E. MISCHKE, Agt. Misses HetUe and Ruth Riley re- dedicatory services. For various reas- Why tax bananas pound or bunch, turned Friday from Fredonla, Ky., ons there will be no school Tuesday. For tin plate we can make, we know, But here bananas do not grow. " where uioy nave uecu wiu b .,., .,,,,, A reDresentaUve"of "the Kentucky City Restaurant sells fresh Broad Camden "- - "." 9t4. Acturlal Bureau, of Louisville, Is in every day In the week. """ every FrJ- - Hartford this week, visiting every MovIuk lilcturo shows Miss Lorena Ford, -- ho has been nIght8 at Dr. Bean8 residence and business house In town, Improving. sick for .several weeks, is h(jugo NW B0ng8 and now and making a new and revised Map Mr. Noah Skaggs and famUy have pictures. Admission 10c. for the fire insurance companies doWyandotte ing business in Kentucky. It has ibejn moved to llorso Branch. SALE White Fon Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Woodward are R008ter8.; First pen trap nested stock. several years since Hartford has been II V MIBIintfT.- 1rated, and it is thought that much visiting relatives In LoulsvlUo this 371, Hartford, Ky better fire Insurance rates can now Box wcok. Moore and Herbert bo given. It will take several days to returned from Mr. R. Tlior has Messrs. William a visit with relatives at Princeton, Frllx left yesterday for Lexington, complete the work here. where they will resume their studies bid. All That There Is, He Is. Wedding Is visiting rel- in the Kentucky StateUniversuy. Miss Nora In his testimony before the Lobby .. Mrs. A. jTwirilams and son, Mast-- Investigating atives and friends at Dundee and Committee, at Washingwill leave today for rirtimina 'Sulphur Springs. that to visit tho ton, Mr. Henry R. Towne stated Dr and Mrs. S. J. Wedding have Chattanooga, Tenn., although he saw the treasurer of tho and roturnc from a visit with relatives former's son, Mr. D. Williams National Tariff Commission Associawife. at WhlteavlUe. tion he had never attended one of JOIN THE Dr. L. B. Bean was In Owenaboro its meetings. Well, why should he? 'jf Our Shoe stock is Wednesday and Thursday making ar- Being tho man behind the check your wants. We ca.u supply rangements for some free perform- book, he was, practically, the whole CARSON & CO. his ances to bo held at the Ohio County association. All he needed to do was Mr. Clarence Keown resumed Coaso your worry over to hold meetings with himself. Tho tho t. Jtr K. railroad Wed Fair. ..,.i, .,.... Mis Beatrice Haynes is visiting story is told of a traveller who was poor 3 east, failure of During her shown to his room by a colored bell and Lin- - Natives at Owensboro I Bee us ?oV Dress"Goods sponge to rise, "drownboy. He rang for his trunk. The same ugT Everythg new unU stock absence, Miss Maur ne Mart n Is itnrtinir to Miss Haynes' duties in bell boy carried It up. For a pitcher ...c I ,.A KMin A ing the miller," burning . lVS. tmpieto Lf water. Same boy. For supper In iJtbe Hartford postofflce. of loves, pies or cake. Mrs. Rowan IMbmk an"d daughterhls room. The same bell boy prepar ..A.ISIO- Sun Mnrlam, Jeft Monday for Lou ed and served the me:4!. Whatever , Miss Bros., railroad circus Zoologic Institution-.- . Newly Added beforo requrlod, always that ono bell boy. LET THE BAKER a fw to route i, Beeves Mr. Win. Hamilton, (o 8boU)yv,Ue Kyi where Miss "Ib there," asked the, guest, "anyAnimal Dam was a pleasant csl.ler at t ne Holbrook wljl attend Sclonco Hill Col- - body but you working in this hotel?" BAKE Conelatn- came Royal office, Monday Republican In crisp and condensed phrase logo. ' while you do answer: "AH that there Is, I Mr. Shelby Stevens will leave .MonRegal Blue Ribboned Horse I have placeed an order for tho the things no ono can do fqr am." Tho National Tariff Commts- day for ft visit with bis sister, Mrs. third car of Arab since Juno 100 STAR ACTS AN& d&EBSSS is BIG BANDS OF MUSIC but Treasurer .. i .i of ami.. vnn sion is the hotel, James W. Jones, of Murray. you. 10 ACHES OF TiJMtf. CLOWNS of had' 25 bellboy. All that there Mr. S. f7 Harnett is ln'chargo better order now, as I can't Towne Is the J BIG SPECIAL ItAILWAY TRAINS OF DELIGHTFUL SUJtXB&ZF' week, while likely be out is. no is. u in Rfnck. Will J. W. Ford's mill this Mr. Ford is at Kelly's camp. boforo another car arrives. Special ' Wanted at Once. Two EiB Complete Performances Daily, Afternoon ani HARTFORD UJUltRY prices by the ton for cash. Dont Mrs. Millie A. Bennett has bousekeoper for two. First class . a i rr.i with hor daughter, got Arab confused with other alfalfa n t De inisieu. 'inisis posuiveiv mo nrnumwn nrpTl n.w !n..i.. ii. oL.riMri. uwi cd from a visit t uon Ironing. Middle aged feeds. Arab contains no aoreeninga No washing nor W. 0Se!ilemmorf Prop. Mrs. John W. Sandefur, route 3. WORTH WHILE SHOW ATTENDING. No gamblers. No ftftos-Write, worthless material. Sow by white womau preferred. Good Miss Hettle Riley, bookkeeper nt j or any MRS. ARTHUR PETTY. Ky. No immoral issues. . Tl HARTFORD, 1. Produce, .Merchant, .1 .Atnrn. ..' thQ First National uanK, uiis foui" W. E. ELLIS, CAN OTHER SHOIVB HAY AH MUCH? Hartford, Ky. 5t4. 9tf. ed from a visK at Dawson Springs. J Hartford Fall Announcement EIGHKOUNTIES "PEOtAED WEAVeP. That wayt& kees pocket Book;. HLIEP WOT Ta More than BEST ANO at ave aionmy: I l i JS. IT wJsim VB vic cn CARSON fi: CO Hartford, Kentucky. Box-vlll- i Hartford Republican. E.4E. HARTFORD, KY, I September 10i. 22nd o, S SUN BROTHERS WORLD'S PROGRESSIVE" Post-Telegra- I e. "Don't Worry" Club iJ .fJlTnTlSSi t Sd .- -- I SHOWS German Court Japanese Athletic Great European Trained Tourney Fair those .. i, in ... Ki&. vjj.' grfixs .V iiiiTiTiyniairnmwM za. Davenport, Warren county, county officers L. B. TicU- , Oliio STAKES ARE UP enor, President; Henry Plrtle, 8cc retary; S. K. Bennett, Treasurer. Misquotations by Popular Writer Circuit Court T. F. Birkhcad, COUNTY HOARD OF EDUCATION Have Been Many, and in Some Judge; Ben D. Ultigo, Attorney: W. Henry Leach, Chairman, Hartford Cases They Have Stuck. P. AlldUltf, Jailer; E. G. Uarrnss, Ky. Gambling in Fashionable West Clerk; E. K. Ulrithcad, Master Com1. L. 1). Tlclicnor, Hnrlfarii, H, F.v Somo of the most frequently used missioner; R. T. Collins, Trustee D. No. C. End, London, Heavy. quotations are not quotations at all, Jury Fund: T. H. Black, Sheriff, 2. K. C. Hartford, Reynolds, Ky. but In many cases convey tbo oppoDeputies S. O. Kcown, Hartford. 3. M. S. Patterson, Olaton, Ky. meaning of the original wordBeaver Dam; 0. P. Jones, Routo G, site 4. 11. L. Alford, Wlilto Run, Ky. (Many Women Are Vletlmi One Loses ing. Hartford; V. C. Earp, Roslne. Court 5. Richard Plummer, Tailor Mines, Trousseau Money Snt by Her Faconvenes first .Monday in February Kentucky, Fenimore Cooper, for instance, and continues three weeks; third ther In India Tine Free thouught he was quoting from the BiMonday in April, two weeks; third ' Meatc for kotera. Apble when he spoke of an Inscription t Hat a Double Application It Monday in October two weeks. How's This. being devised that "he who runs may plied to Jesut Penonally, but Alto to County R. Wedding, - Judge; W. Court R. Investigation by the , rend," signifying that It was easily We offer One Hundred Dollars IteIxindon. An S. Tinslcy, Clerk; O. B. the Bodv of Chriit. the Church The eviread by a man in haste. If Cooper of, Catarrh that Smith, ""d ptandard has produced abundant for a"? Attorney, Hartford. Court Ruler Kinfl. of the Earth-T- he fashion-jibl- e had looked In his Bible he would dence that a certain area of Catarrh convctca first .Monday in vncli curd l' Coali-'c'",People-T-helr Amongtt God'. Is Infested with gaming have found in the book of Habnkkuk London F' J' CHENEY & CO., Toledo, month. Will Lauph at Them. I1 tlon Vain-G- od (establishments, somo open from early ! that the passage he tried to quote Quarterly Court Begins on the Law Attorney Deride Them The Break- - .Ohio. Jesui Will fourth Monday In February, Muy, Afternoon to early rtrornlng. In and was: "Write tho vision and make It We & UndcrslBiied have Known August and November. Tng at a Potter't Veitel Will Follow.1 Wound Piccadilly, St. James street, plain that he may run that readeth HARTFORD, KT. T Court of ClaimsConvenes first Backvllle street, Hyde Park corner It." The vision was a warning and Only Tho.e Who Put Their Trust In F-- J- - Cheney for the last 16 years, nl,n Prtecxiy honorable Tuesday in January and first Tues- Will practice his profa&sioa In Ikla and Sloane street the gambling hells ! ,tho render was to flco from danger, bul Him Will Be Lifted Up and" Blessed. Ittnd day in October, Und adjoining counties. Commercial Sourish. Largo sum frequently are tho Cooper version has survived tho t in nil Dusinres aim n Other County Officers C. ?. Mox-le- and Criminal Practice a Specialty. tho Atlantic, nanclally able to carry out any obll-Seexpended for suitable, accqmmodjtloni ! JirSsJ2al and practicallyjut it out of. Surveyor, Fonlslllf. Ky., R. in one Instant a young oliicer living I use. ember t. gat0ns ninde by his firm. S3 F. D. No. 2; Bernard Fell. Asses-- Pastor ItoiwWt patocewaB jtbje to i i .near SL James' sor, Hartford, Ky., R. F. D. No. 2; fiupuiui curuum luimjuuuiwuu 10 - Wnldlng, Kiimnn & Marvin, text todny was.' etlils natlor 25 l100) a'nlght for that of the passage in "Hudlbras," Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, Henry Linch, Superintendent, HartiBBKQkVSVP . "He that slttetb ford; Dr. A. D. Riley, Coroner, Hartfi weeks, he hlmsMf going to live ' 'which Bays: "He that complies ' ford. in the Hen0!is, Law at one of the hotcli In Northumber- i Against his will Ib of the samo opln-- I Intern-Lor- d JUSTICES' COURTS. shnll liiug'h; tiir! Ha" 8 Catarh Cure is taken ion still." Author and public speakland JlYejnue. HARTFORD, KY. Leslie Combs, Hartford, Tuesday sluill hnve a!I' acting directly upon the blocti ' While there Is no suggestion of ers without number have twisted fffWaarT.'B them in derision." and mucous surfaces cf the system. after 3rd Monday In .March, Tuesduy Mfns. W. H. Darius ami C. E. (Cheating at these places, gradually the that into "A roan convinced against t bV Trice, 75e. after Jrd .Monday In June, Tuesday Smith announce that Uwy liavo forin-- a Testimonials I'snhn 1!:4. free. capital of both winners and losers Is his will is of the same opinion still," kaBHt after 3rd Monday In September, TuesThe vast ocean. ( per bottle. Sold by all Druggists, absorbed by the "kittles" or percentforgetting that a man who was conparUHTOihilji feic the 6"KraI pracday after 3rd Monday In December. on which this, TaU Hall's Family Pit s for age of the "house." vinced could not possibly remain of John H. Miles, Rckport, Friday tice of law, exoitpt criminal utul dlvor ship is but 'stlpation. Several girls who recently made his previous opinion, for. If he was after 3rd Monday in March, Friday ca.sets, Mr. Smith Ixdng County Attxwr-Vf- ii' their debut In society and many young I of the samo opinion he would not bo fPASTQR. gUSSEU)y a toy, reminds tue , after 3rd Monday in June, Fridn Is Mwoivtod from practicing suck f Petslmistlc. to be found in convinced. both of "God' Monday married women are after 3rd In September, mercy, like the wldoness of the sen," near The test 'lock nny man can have is Friday after 3rd Monday in De- roams. Mr. Bturme will ituUvlduaJly-accejk- t .three of the gambling houses Theodore Roosevelt publicly de- puch practice. Somo of these young rlared that Washington In his fare-- . and nlvo of the vnstness of Divine' never to have been born; but that sol- - cember. in. Offkvu tBond street. O. E. Scott, Cromwell. "Wednesday .women are very lucky, but the unacHartford Republican bulldlu;, Hartwell address said: "To be prepared rower and human insignltlcnnee, hi Id dom happens to anyone. after 3rd Monday in March, Wed-. countable possession of large sums of ' for war is the most effective means Fastor Itusscll. Humanity may Justly nesday nfter 3rd .Monday In June, ford. Kmoney often results in trouble with to promote peace." But the first feel encouraged by its present progress. 1 An article that has real merit Wednesday after 3rd Monday in SepSteel ships, a thousand feet Inns. Ithe mother or husband. president Bald nothing of the sort in tember, Wednesday aflej 3in Men- One case in point Is that of a man his farewell address. In his first mes-- I cnrrylug thousands of passengers, lnne should in time become pop'ar. That uay In Decern u.r. rcplnced the wowlen dories of a ecu such 'is the case with Chambrelaln's (occupying an Important post In India. sage to congress he said: "To be pre John II. Miles, Rocknort. Friday (Last Christmas he sent his daughter pared for war Is one of the most ef- tury ngo. Not only have the oceant-bee- Cough Remedy has been attested by after 3rd Monday n March, Fr'eay Law many dealers. Here is one of them. after 3rd Monday in June, Friday underlaid with cables, but "260 ($1,250) to enable her to buy the fective means of preserving peace," HARTFORD, KY. steamer la outfitted with wire- H. W. Hcndrickson, Ohio Falls, Ind., after 3rd Monday In September, FriItrousseau for her approaching mar- and he spoke of other means as less telegraphy. This Is only one of writes, "Chamberlain's Cough Rem- day after 3rd Monday in December. riage. Accompanied by her sister, the well. ASSOCIATED WITH M. L. 1IEAVR1M J. Ccntertown. Sat jglrl came to London on a shopping edy Is the best for coughs, colds and urday C. Jackson. Novelists do not seem to be very many avenues of progress. after 3rd Monday God's people, counselled by their This office is equipped for handjexpedition. On the way they called strong in their knowledge of the croup, and Is my btst st.ler." For Saturday after 3rd MondayIn In March. lune, Word, see that God Is behind sale by if-- dealers. on a cousin who took the two sisters ! Scriptures somehow, and Sir Walter in. Saturday after 3rd Monday In Sep- ling Commercial Ijiw and. Collection to a restaurant for lunch. The con- , Scott In "The Heart of Midlothian" the wonderful developments of our tember, Saturday ufter 3rd Monday Items as well as other legal and. litiversation turned on card playing and attempts to point a moral with tho day; for we are living "In the day of in December. gated matters. Practice In all the Emery Supply Restricted. bride-eleexpressed a desire to words: "Our simple and unpretend-- I His preparation" (Nnhum 2:3) for Mesbe M. C. Cook, Rcnfrow. Tuesday af courts. Prompt nnd vigorous service. The world's supply of emery comes aee one of the places where gambling Ing heroine had the spirit of those siah's Kingdom. They perceive that ter 2nd Monday In March. Tuesday M. L. Hcavrin'a Office. God li gradually lifting the veil of ig- from Greek islands and from Asia after 2nd Monday In May, Tuesda ,was carried on. ' peacemakers to whom it is promised Minor near Syria. Importations into after 3rd Monday In August, "Nothing is easier," said the cousin. as a benediction that they shall in- norance mid superstition. Tuesthe United States average $250,000 an day after 2nd Monday In November. -- Occasionally I have a flutter' "Kingt of Earth Set Themselves." herit the earth." The fact is that nually. Thomas Sanders. Olaton. Wcdnes- the peacemakers did not receive any "The kings of earth," In a broader day after the second Alonday in In half an hour the cousin was deep such promise, but it is said that "the sense. Include financial kings, captains e Running up and down stairs, sweep March, Wednesday after 2nd Monday In a "chemln de fer." The two meek shall inherit the earth." of ludustry nnd political chieftains. In May, Wednesday after 3rd Monday soon followed her example, and ing and bending over making beds in August. Wednesday These wise men of the world grasp the after 2nd Mou-da- y Ohio the trousseau money within an hour In November. situation only In pnrt They perceive wfSl not make a woman healthy or Ancient Industry. 85 HARTFOMD,KY. fead disappeared and a note for beautiful. She must get out of doors, Orant Pollard, Fordsvllle, Tuesday The gold beater's art Is one of the the riches and blessings rolling In upon ($426), signed by the widowed sister, the world through Invention, and are 'walk, a mile or two every day and after 2nd Monday In March, Thurs- All Matters Given Prompt Attenwm In the handB o! the "house." The oldest of the industries, and It is car ! fortifying themselves In luxury and take Chamberlain's Tablets to im- day after 2nd Monday in May, ThursPENSION AFFIDAVITS jjondoD cousin was unable to help, so ried on today much the same as it day after 3rd Monday in August, tion. n"8 unTe lne7 8el inemseives. prove her digestion and regufatc her Thursday - Pwer- after 2nd Monday in No- SPECIALTY. tfcare was nothing for it but to write was In ancient days, but a new procMoreover, "the rulers" of the people bowels. For sale by all dealers, m. vember. home. The mother sent an angry let-t- ess of making gold leaf has been reprofessedly God's people ecclesiastiJ. L. Patton, Ralph, Friday after and a check for 300 ($1,500), all cently Introduced In England, which cal rulers and prince are afflllnteO 2nd Monday In March, Friday after make a revolution in Not a Politician. fair .be could raise at her bank. A day or bidsmakingto these waferlike sheets art. with them. "Together they take counby If a man is too proud to beg and 2nd Monday In May, Friday after 3rd two later the sisters returned home In sel." Their next step will be to put too honest to steal, declares Jerome, Monday In August, Friday after 2nd and tearfully confessed that the 300 the new process a ring of altmnim their counsels into practise. I AM he has no business getting into poll-tic- s. Monday In November. 'likewise had gone in an attempt to about five feet In diameter r id about HAHTFORD POLICE COURT. Is em"Let Us Break Their Bands." Memphis Commercial-Appeal- . recover the first amount. The wed- five and a half lnehc in C. M. Crowe, Judge; John U. WilTo do any kind of Veterina-rFor ceuturles kings and governments ding baa been postponed Indefinitely. ployed, and thlr Is uati..l with a soson, City Attorney r J. P. Stevens, lution of ( upi, and after drying Is have been more or less restrained by of parliament work. Horses, mules and Marshal; Court convenes second MonThe wife of a member To Mother And Others. ! i (J v ith borne metallic powder in the people, guided by the Bible and day In each month. la known to have squandered in card cows need not die for want of You can use Bucklen's Arnica Salve . thin )aer. layer has its spirit of liberty. The new condiAfter this 400 City Council J. H. Williams, Mayjylaylnx three or four times the Calls answered attention. boen polished an electro deposit of tions of today, however, have evaded to; cure children of ' eczc 1 1, rashes, or; R, T. Collins. Clerk; E. P. Thorn-a(2,000) her husband receives In day or night. Treasurer. Members of Council his services to his country. nickel Is made upon the polished lay- many restraints. So the people are in- tetter, chaflngs, scaly and crusted hufor Robert Hoover, P. B. Taylor, J. II. er of baser metal and gold is then tent upon making new regulations to mors, as wdil as their accidental in1,450 MSfee has confessed to lcrlng B. Carson, E. P. Moore, Fred Cooper, (17,250) since the end of last year. electro deposited on the nickel. Each cope with the trusts und the wealth of juries, cuts, burns, bruises etc., .with W. J. Bean. Veterinary Surgeon jAaotber woman who frequents a gam-jta- of the four layers Is very thin, and financial kings and with the great perfect safety. Nothing else heals so School Trustees Dr. E. B. Pendle, the composite layer Is said to be thin- power of political kings. - Ky. house close to the Drompton quickly. For bolls, 4'cers, old running ton, Chairman; W. H. Barnes, SecreThrough the Bible, the stronghold of sores, fever sores or piles It has no tary; Dr. is practically destitute and has ner than the ordinary gold leaf. When JW. Taylor, W. S. Tlnsley jthe brokers In har home at the present the formation of the leaf has been liberty, the masses have learned that equal. 25 cts. and J. D. Duke. at all druggists. completed, the film Is cnt to expose rich and poor must all eventually stand 'time. RELIGIOUS SERVICES. 'These card houses are not the the soluble base layer of gum and the before the Judgment Seat and be JudgOh, My, Yeal M. E. Church, South Services worst places In London for gam-- ring Is Immersed in a solvent liquid ed by one Law. This Bible portrays Griggs "I hate to play poker with a morning and evening every first and which dissolves the gum and the the Divine I'lun of Restitution the hard loser." Briggs "It's a hanged third Sunday in each month. SunWere," said a well known broker. "In metal film falls onto a band moving rolling away of the curse of death, sight better than playing it with laome private houses the stakes are day school 9:45 a, m. Prayer meetat the same rate as the ring, 'which shortly to be Inaugurated In a great easy winner." Boston Transcript. an ing every Wednesday evening. Rev. r high, whereas in many Savllle. pastor. gambling places lots of punters last Is rotated in the dissolving li- Time of Trouble. Baptist Church Services morning quid, the film and paper being finally The 'Bible spirit of liberty Is the 5 (celdom win or lose more than The implicit confidence that many and evening every second and fourth Divine restraint, the "bands" nnd i (225). Out of that the punter pays cut into book size. jflve per cent, and has a good supper "cords" of our context What form people have In Chamberlain's Cfjlic.'i Sunday In each month. Sunday school Succeed when everything" eh? rails. opposition will assume toward the Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Is 9:45 a. m. Prayer uiectlng every WedIn nervous prostration ar.d female (free and all bis drinks. There Is alAll in the Right Place. nesday evening. Rov. English, pastor. weaknesses they are the supreme ways a table covered with cold meats Jack London, the novelist, waa con- Bible Is difficult to detail In advance. founded on their experience in the Christian Church Services every remedy, as thousands have testified.' land raised pies. Sometimes oysters trasting the acquittal of a millionaire Jetut the Head, the Church His Body. use of that remedy and their knowl- fourth Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7. p. FORKIDNEY.LIVERAND ,are provided, also cups of soup and ex- ' manufacturer on a dynamite-plantin-g The Lord's Anointed is The Christ edge of the many remarkuble cures m. Sunday school 9:30 a. m. Elder W. STOMACH TROUBLE cellent wlneB. Every kind of drink charge with the severe sentence im- of glory. This prophecy was fulfilled of colic, diarrhoea and dysentery that B. Wright astor. k is the best medicine ever sold (and table water Is to be had. The j posed on a poor editor for too strongCumberland Presbyterian Church-Sun- day respecting Jesus when Pilute nnd it haa effected. For sft'e by all dealover a druggist's counter. lloser of 10 (50) also gets his sup- -' ly championing the Paterson school every Sunday at 9;45 strikers. Herod took counsel with the chief ers, in. a. in. ftAf A! j'w mm A4nra utlltiniii l.uai ((7, Oixn uiiuna niuuui il.tnI. OlUjJ "The rich are overlenlently dealt priests, scribes and Pharisees. The SECRET SOCIETIES. ue present lot of gambling and there'll with in our courts," he said, "and the religious rulers were the prime movers Hartford Lodge No. 675, F. and A. be others going wHJ.in six months. aguliiHt .leliovnli and poor are overharshly dealt with. This In the opposition M. meets evory first Monday night will keep on until the American peo-pl- o Ills anointed Son. They knew not "Clean Up the Bowels and In each month. M. L. Hoavrln, W. come to respect only honest wealth what they did, St. Paul declares. They M.; Owen Hunter. Secretary. THIS 'COON MOTHERS CHICKS Hartford Chapter No. 84 O. E. S. till they come to regard all wealth took counsel against Jesus, realizing Keep Them Clean" meets every that MKKNTSSKM SUCCesB I There arc many remedies to be day evenings. second and fourth Monaid o Be the Hrct One on Record gained through trickery and deceit as own His influence was against their Miss Anna J. Patton, false expectations respecting Mesthe Englishman did. had for constipation, but the diffSPECIAL OFFER: to Overcome Natural Killing iculty is to procure one that acts w. .M.; Jos. II. Williams, W. li.; "This "Englishman, at a dinner In siah's Kingdom. rjUfetefcalM Kn.BnhM AtrUtwUP Instinct. mafc you our iMrtAAnant fiutAnu,. without violence. A remedy that Miss Elizabeth .Miller, Secretary. New York, hailed with delight the conWe should expect shortly the comdoes not perform OpRough River Lodge No. 110 Knlehts 11 tha flnM tTaraUk Monassen, Pa, "Smoke," a pet viction by the courts of an American plete fulfillment of this prophecy. b y force w li a t of Pythias meets every Tuesday even- 0.U.. Hwipnifriff anltullrf fLKAIE.Lit sir is.. Tsntiftuau 'coon belonging to Franklin Sauter, of who had stolen millions by means of position will nrlse against the Lord UUAIUiniELU 111 should be accom- ing. W. F. Anderson, C. C; J. Noy bogus mines. and His representatives nnd mouthWrit todmy; Mention thl Psper. this placo, has cast asldo his herediplished by persua- Foster, K. of R. & S. "But a friend of tho criminal heav- pieces. The federated religious Intertary Instinct of enmity toward birds sion is Dr. Miles' Hartford Tent No. 90, K. O. T. M. MrrAAAAArArAArVWVVWVV ests, with cherished plnns opposed to and fowl of all kinds and adopted a ed a slab and Bald: Laxative Tablets. meets every first and third Thursday SEND IOu4 '"Poor old Charlie! His heart's in the Truth, will dcnounce'l t' on Caiapbas After using them, nights. R. T. Collins. Comuinndcr: brood of young guinea hens that had rmln tSk !, CENTSTslkU allMla at denounced Jesus. We may expect that the right place, anyway.' Mr. N. A. Waddcll, L. P. Foreman. Record Keener. s been hatched in the oven of Mr. I lulnMUk lU.k, B.UrlTr4.4 IMIHIUUMI Washington "'Yes,' said the Englishman, 'and the last saintly members of the Body 3I5 stove a few days ago. Acmo Lodge No. 339 I. O. O. F. so, thank heaven, Is the rest of him of Jesus will suffer similarly "for the St.. Waco, Tex., meets every Bccond and k.w.mm, Naturalists and woodsmen in this fourth Frisays: good of the cause," as seen toy modern day nights in each mouth. C. M. Haraction declare It Is the only instance for the next four years.'" "Almost oil 'my nett, Noble Grand; W. R. Hedrick, .scribes and Pharisees. on record where a 'coon is known to lift) I have 'been God In Heaven 8hatl have overcame his natural Instincts to troubled with constitution, am havo Secretary. Monarch'a Tastea Plain. Hartford Camp No. 202 W. O. W. many remedies, all of which 111 all feathered creatures. The spectacle of a king who la comJesus' enemies Supposed that their tried every xeemed 'to without Several months ago Mr. Sauter, on pelled publicly to beg for a little projects would flourish. "But God inuch relief. (mute pain tried Dr. clvlnc meets nights second and fourth Saturday I finally in Lesllo a bunt, captured a young 'coon that bread and water la a distinct novelty, laughed at thorn. Under "Divine disfa- Ijnc.ttlve Tablets and found themMiles' .Bennett, Council each 'month. W. C. exCommander; Ih plouwint unii pulled down and Injured by but we may be thankful that there Is vor they entered Into the time of troucellent. Their tictlon had been Wallace, Clerk. chocolate ttiHtn mahtx the dogs. Taking the animal home, it at least some one with courage to ble which culminated In the cemplete mild, and theli lake. 1 Ladies! Sye Money. sad Keep ( 42, L. O. T. M., Sunshine them eutiy to utn more than meets everyHive No. coon became domesticated and be- protest against the enforced privations overthrow of their polity, nere we ex- - glad to recommend them." first and third Friday Style by Reading McCaU's nights came a great pet aaound the house. of the banquet When King Alfonso 'pect the same.' "Clean up the bowels and 'keep Griffin, in each month. Mrs. Attye Maguiae and Using McCall Pattern Lady Commander; Mrs. Lula Not having an incubator for his visited Austria a short time ago he The plans of kings and rulers will "be them clean," is the advice of all adesing guinea hen's eggs, Sauter allowed It to be known that a loaf of measurably carrled'Out (v. I.) The physicians, because they realize the Pendleton, Lady Record Keeper. iffrrn's iifti.viii KeyBtone Chapter MSCAILS MAGA21KE help 71m iiri-- j mi. placed the eggs in a box bnck of bis crusty bread and a large Jug of water Irreligious will lie In tumult, not knowdanger resulting from habitual con- M meets every thirdNo. 110, R. A. hilly nt nnxlcralo Saturday night-itore. He was considerably aston- were essentials to his comfort and he ing of the Messianic Kingdom. The' stipation. Do not delay too long, IMHtiMibz Lootilnu each month. John Moore IOU tfOhlnrt mt iIia J ished yesterday to find the 'coon in desired that tbey be set upon the table people (nominal Christendom) will Im'but begin proper curative measures. Priest; W. S. Tinslcy. T.Secretary.High ! la UH fnklilono Q Dr. Miles' Laxative Tablets area the box with young guineas, "mother-tag- " where be could reach them at will. agine a vain thing either that tbey AMERICAN SOCIETY OF EQUTY. lli'U.l- Blltl UUU. CO new 'remedy for this old complaint, them. Since that time the nnl-shew FDihlon UciIkus On this particular occasion the dinner can being the Kingdom, or that it Is National Officers President. Ira M. lu tat It liiiio. Also has refused to leavo the guinea was at the Spanish embassy, and pre here, but waiting until millions uro and a great improvement over the J. Chryst, Hudson, Wis.; V. Presi v IiiiLIm liifiimatloit cathartics you have been using in dent, a. u. Robertson, Calhoun, Ky.; chicks and keeps tbom well covered. sumably the king felt free to make . poured Into tho missionary treasury, mi oil liiiino and for-- 1 the past. They taste like candy iial mitim. Onlr The picture of God's laughing at poor and work like a charm. A trial Secretary & Treas., H. G. Tank, Wau-saknown his wishes, but at the same t ! fl V.l. I..t.,.l Wis. fftO time he complained that "In Berlin, j human pride Is forceful. The failure will convince .you. t rtl ti I'ltllfHI. gub- - ' i Town Has Business Manager. State Officers President. J. H. Mc- H of tend Rlverforest, 111. This town has Paris, and London I had frequently to that will come to the professed people 'yf.i 2 l.ir Ircft umrili .rt, Dr. Miles' Laxative Tablets are Connoll, Princeton, Ky.; Vice Presi- Mill go short of the two things I like beat of God and the world will bo a great HcM Piucru t ill t urn i sold by all druggists, at 25 cents dent, J. H. Burney, Muhlenberg Co.; tired a business manager, Karl M. lo m,j0 T0U lesson In humility. The absurd position a box containing 25 doses. If not Secretary & Treas., S. D. Mitchell, who will havo entire chargo at my meals bread and water." Robertson, would make nil laugh, If tbey could found satisfactory after trial, rel of public affairs. He will control the Calhoun,Ky.; Organizer, T. II. Ual- r ft I'l.i 0 i'ri I. turn the box to your druggist and raaln, Hartroru, Ky. realize tbbt wlthout'Dlvlne interposientire administration of the town and What Happened. he will return your money. tion God's will ennnot be done on earth Members State Executive Board o will bo responsible only to tho "You know what happened to the MILCS 'MEDICAL CO., .Elkhart, Ind. Ben Watson, Webster county; J. W. as it la in' Boaven. -- I'd board. wl'fuo man who said 'I can't?'" 12 Dunn, Daviess county; Henry Plrtle, Til at'ji oarANr. as u aa roi 374 a.offer. tw vau "Sure; he got 'canned.' "Judge. county; E. I. 'Ray, Hardin coun Ohio SIG MISTAKES MADE BY AUTHORS Dreaming to Order. Dreams can be made to order by outsiders, but not by tho dreamer. Yell "Fire!" In tho ear of a sound sleeper AT HUMAN PRIDE or allow a sudden draft of cold air to piny on the back of his neck and he will dream to order, but ht can't go to deep with.his mind made up to dream An Old Prophecy Is About to Be of m ' certain thing and then actually drenm of It. In splto of this fact, books' are eld in Europe which tell what one .Fulfilled, Says Pastor Russell, must do In order to dream the lucky , number in the lottery. GOD WILL LAUGH Directory County ty; C. G. Ohio f -- yjKDT'JKBBr.lfiil at rt W Otto C. Martin l,f"c xrant-aeuon- y. pt Barnes & Attorneys at Smith' HI i sr-n- con-stntc- ly I ARTHUR D.KIRK Attorney at my-elf- ." J. NEY FOSTER Notary Public Cktj sis-tar- ar PREPARED ul-.:- y (!-- re-tar-n s. W. H. RILEY c ora-tory- Hartford, J reg-ittla- Electric -- Bitters SEEDS" . V J Suu-tor'- , m ""im$m.i m -- 4v - u, h 111 Mylo-iui- vll-Jag- '"' 1 lit' vnenaspsira. DRUMMER'S LUCKY DAY tf,ltt NOT FOR HIM TO INTERFERE lffftfW,l CASTORIA Bf 11B SCRAP OP CONVERSATION HIM PLAN OP CAMPAIGN. Constable Could Not See Breach of the Peace Whan Man Were Fight. QAVK Ing " 'Mongst Theyaelvea." A traveler was recently making his way on horseback through the mountainous section inhabited by that class known as the "Free Staters." Turning a bend in the peaceful road, he came upon a strange gathering. In an meadow were half a hundred or more natives engaged with sticks, stones, Dais, and feet in a battle royal, e while on the fence hard by sat females cheering them on. The battle was In earnest; and even while the traveler, reining up in astonishment, stood fascinated by the sight, several of the combatants bit the dust. Looking 'round for some one that might explain this fierce war In the midst of such peaceful surroundings, he spied, sitting on the fence, about a hundred feet from the battle-groun"ladles," and apart from the a lank aborigine, contemplatively "chawin' " tobacco. As he spurred up to him, he saw, gleaming upon bis breast, the star of a constable. "What are these people fighting about?" queried the traveler. The constable looked up languidly, surveyed the traveler at length, and then spake. "They's Jest some Free Staters hav-Ier picnic," he replied. "But they are not picnicking," pro tested the traveler, "they're fighting." "I reckon they Is," replied the constable, slowly uncoiling his legs and carefully colling them again. "But," still protested the traveler, "why don't you stop themT You are a constable, I see, and you are sworn to preserve the peace. That's a flagrant breach of It." The constable gazed off Into Infinite pace awhile; then slowly turned to the stranger and, In the disgusted tones of one who must needs explain the obvious, said: "They ain't committln no breach o' the peace; they's Jest flghtln' 'mongst York Evening theyselvesi" New Post. two-scorn' N J Jfl ! For Infanta and Children. The Kind You Have ALCOHOL 3 PP.U nvwt. AVcgcaWeftvparailonrorAs Aa It Turned Out, He Wat Mlatakan In Conclusion Arrived at, but It Resulted In Capturing the Order Looked Por. Always Bought QSKSSSSd Bears tie mm f" Signature Promotes Di&stionflweriU-nesami Opiinu.Mtfrphtae s s neia- - of noriaeiL nuinARCOTic. W TV IhHltSJ'x-Anstif- l- t . In CtvirJ Slrpr Jtrtjjmn ttmr. Apnfcct Itemaiy forCo?$faIllfll.tWUl JUlUkMl.uia"!."-WorrcsA.oir.Tiisioras.frrT-J.i-ncssanJLossOFSLE- Use For Over FacSurrle Sijnamrt of NEW YORK. Thirty Years iranleed under the frootltw1 CASTORIA Exact Copy of Wrapper. POSITIONS GDARANTEED- aBBaS & WE iaBBBBBaaBBBBBBaa. you a position ir you ua real soon. We need many more demand to at once Aa supply tbe enormous required Boon mot get the for our graduates). number of students tola offer will be withdrawn. So write at once for particulars. wlU GUARANTEE S&te f0y m . BUSINESS COLLEGE OBO W. BOHWAHTZ rmpoipAt KOTtBUiaiD im LOPIsyiLLE. KY. r Qdckbec'i "Full ol Lite" Korthcrn Groasj reputation ol J years PctiiirrredSiceds hae sucmsful seed (toHinf behind them. It pajrs M fx'ant the bett. Seasonable Specialties- Rarllwt Red Valentine . . fjjo Bushel . . Ijij Refugee Ilxtra Earlv New Strlnelrss Grecii Pod . U.70 Bushel Wardwrirs Imp. Kidney Wax fc.jo Bushel Bushel V New White Wax . . Carrie's Rust Proof Wax . H jo Bushel SEEDS BEANS 60 YEARS' EXPERIENCE 1 !iin!liw Traoc Mark UESIDNa a aketrh and Anvnaa aendln our opinion dejcrtBtlon nsaT nuteklr Unsnarnt.ntlon probaMrjMtejitabfit' COmniParamta rl n tloasstrlctlTconfliJentfal. iilHaat ..MiFr for.ecumi Dtlltl. fc Co. WmItu Patent takta torouao Uunn wiat notice wltboat charge, ta the ' j jo. Bushel IS jo Hushel ja Bushel RnrViM Uohinlnir Einress Isjoo Bushel and a full line eJ Lattuca. Radltk. Tomato Extra Early Alaska . . New Early Cradui . . . PEAS fi :...u " There la a silk merchant la the Fourth arenuo district who never Urea of telling how he got a certain retailer tn one of tho smaller New England cities aa a customer when he waa a knight of the grip, saya the New York Times. This la the burden of his tale: "All men on the road have the experience of bumping Into a stone wall when It comes to soiling a bill of goods to certain retailors. That was my experience with Smith, up In Haverhill. No matter what I had or at what It was priced, Smith never wanted anything. Still he bought regularly from several competitors. He wouldn't go to lunch with me, nor would he accept any of the other attentions that are usually tendered good buyers. "I had practically decided not to try him any more, when one evening I overheard two other salesmen talking In a hotel office. I didn't catch the name of the man of whom they were talking, but when I heard one salesman say that he never would accept a lunch I felt suro that they were discussing Smith. " 'It's a funny thing about him,' the salesman went on, 'but he always goes home to lunch, no matter how busy he Is. Jones told me the other day that It waa because his wife was the boss of the household and made htm do It. She Is very fond of display, too, and often makes him do things for her that he doesn't want to do because he Is unwilling to spend the money.' 'Thinking that I had something on Smith I dropped In to see him the next day right after he had come back from lunch. He hadn't had time to tell me to get out when Mrs. Smith came In. '"No more business today, Henry,' she said. Ignoring me. 'Order up a good team and take me for a ride.' "Smith didn't want to do It, but there seemed to be no way out. Then I made a bold play. I told him by sign lan guage that I would take her for the drive. The effect was surprising. With a glad smile he Jumped to his feet, saying, 'Let me Introduce Mr. Brown of New York, dear. He travels for Blank & Co., and Is an old friend of mine. Would you mind If he came with ua?' "Then I came Into play again. 'If Mr. Smith is busy,' I said to Mrs. Smith, 'may I volunteer to take you for the ride?' Almost blushing she asked Smith's consent. "We went for the drive. The next day Smith gave me a good order, and he bought goods from us regularly un-the retired a few years ago. The best part of the whole thing was that the men talking In the hotel office were not discussing Smith. I learned afterward that they had been talking about another man, a merchant up In Lowell." il sprintf! tho human mechanism, by allowiatl lifo by neglect Do not sap the aCJumulution of poisons In the system. An imitation of Naturo'a method ot restoring waste of tissue and impoverishment cf tho blood and nervous strength (a to take an alterative ftlyocrio extract (without alcohol) ol Goldsa Seal and Orejfoa grape root, Dloodroot, Stone and Mandrake root with Cherrybir!c Over 40 yethnt ago Dr. Pierce gave to the publio this remedy, which he called Dr. Pierce's Golden He found it would help the blood in taking up the proper eleMedical Discovery. ments from food, help the liver into activity, thereby throwing out the poison front the blood and vitalizing the whole system as well aa allaying and soothing a cougJl No one ever takes cold unless constipated, or exhausted, and having what wrl which is attended with impoverished Mood call amVaaw and exhaustion of nerve force. The " Discovery" is an aft round tonio which restores tone to the blood, nerves aad jffiBauBaaA henrt by imitating Nature's methods of restoring waato of 'tt33ue,and feeding the nerves, heart and lungs oa rich red blood. 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Not long ago the Boston Herald discussed tbe cookery of futurists In Paris. We now, writes Philip Hale In that newspaper, hear of orders given In restaurants of Berlin: Caviar and whipped cream, mutton with Benedictine sauce, Bismarck herring with strawberry Ice, apples and bananas with ground cheese, liver In absinthe, .roast beef with pineapple chunks dipped in kuemmel. But pepper with strawberries Is known In London among the conservative. Dr. Johnson ate cream with his berries and visited friends whose berries were famous. That Germans have bad strange tastes in cooking Is known to all American students that have sojourned, there, and ,other foreigners have 'wondered In times past, as the chronicler of Charles V.: "I saw such kinds of meats eaten as a roasted horse, a cat in Jelly" (today beware of Jueaed hare). "little lizards In hot broth, frogs fried and divers sorts of meat, which I never knew what they were till they were eaten. And, for God's sake, what is he that shall read my writing, that see what Is commonly eaten at feaste, that It will not Ha Kept the Day. "Say, you." said the policeman, as In a manner break his heart?" he crossed the street to head off a tramp that bad Just been driven away Soap Eater Like Critic from a basement door, "what'a up Alfred Noyes, the English poet, tossaround heret" ed aside with a bitter laugh a roast "I can't tell you," waa the reply. of his last book. "There's something loose around "This critic," he said, "remlnda me here, but what It la I don't know." of the old gentleman with the cold-o- nly "Nor I." Jbls critic's cold la permanent "Were you asking for something to and, by Jove, he's not aware he's got eat back there?" It! "I was. I braced up to the cook "At a club, one day, I waa taking a and wash and brush-up- , when I noticed an and asked for a after looking me over, she says: old gentleman nibbling a cake of soap. " 'Do you keep Sunday, sir? After each nibble he would chew the I. soap thoughtfully, and then, smiling "I surely does,' saysSunday? "'What do we have and nodding his head, he would say: "Yon " 'Thank heaven, It's all right.' "Ah, I see," said the officer. couldn't telt ber that." "I asked the old gentleman what "But I did, your honor." on earth, he waa up to. He explained, "What did you tell her?" as he nibbled away at a large pink "Why, what should I say except It cake: Columbus waa because Christopher '"Well, you see, I've had such a discovered America. She went for rotten bad cold for the last fortnight the broom and then went for me, and that It's aulte taken away my taste. It you can tell me where the Joke Every day, to see if I was Improving, comes In I'd like to hear It. I' don't I've nibbled soap. This afternoon, for want to go around having my feelings the first time, I find that tbe soap has hurt this way." Baltimore American. a quite distinct taste." He took a large pink mouthful. 'Urn m yes quite distinct. Therefore I shan't go Ambitious. shall dine here A dusky porter of religious Inclina- home this evening. I employed in a downtown at the club.'" tions was brokerage office. His name waa Sam. "One day he thought it was about Settled the Bet. time he bad had a raise, so he pre"I woke up suddenly the other night sented himself to tbe boss, cleared and thought I beard a burglar In tbe his throat, and began a little oration room. I sat up In bed, and that awoke he bad prepared. "Pardon me, aub, my wife." "What did she do?" for lnterruptln' you, auh, but I And "She accused me, as usual, ot barthat with this here high cost ot living, and endeavorln' to keep up my regular ing a burglar dream. Said I'd never church contributions, I can't support hear a real burglar if I lived a thousI Just got to and years. I said I'd bet I would. my family properly. She said she'd bet I wouldn't. And have more money, sub." The great man grinned. Just then a shadowy form rose from "Well, Sam," he said, "I see your behind the dresser and a hoarse voice trouble, and ITI give you that raise, exclaimed: "He wins, ma'am!" "Did you catch him?" but remember, It Is far better to give "Catch him? I didn't try. I Just than to receive." "I knows that, boss," replied 8am, laid there and laughed, and beard "but I likes to get on that reception him slam the door and run down the committee mabselt once In a while." stairs. And my wife was so mad she didn't apeak to me for a whole day. New York Evening Post But I'll bet one thing." "What la It?" Might Be a Way. "I'll bet that burglar was a married Miss Ancient Wantlman (suddenly man." awakening) I see you have my but there's very little money Mere Detail. in that compared with what I have in The Stoojent For the love of tbe bank. Mike! Can't you go any faster than Burglar (gruffly) Well, there aln this? uo way to git that! Tho Shefoor Why, soltenly. But Miss Ancient Wantlman H'sal Are ye see I have to stay on the car. you a single man? Puck. Cornell Widow. In Berlin hand-me-out, pock-etboo- Twice-a-Wee- Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN, . YOUR : And Letter Heads Bill Heads , - Noteheads Envelopes ' Statements Cards other printed forms are given Special Attenton In The Republican Job Department. says Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky. in writing of her experience with Cardui, the woman s tonic She says further: "Before 1 began to use Cardui, my back and head would hurt so bad, I thought the pain would kill me. I was hardly able to do any of my housework. After taking three bottles of Cardui, I began to feel like a new woman. I soon gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework, . as well as run a big water mill. 1 wish every suffering woman would give It Always Helps CARDUI a trial. I still use Cardui when I feel a little bad, and it always does me good." Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness, feelings, etc., are sure signs of womantired, worn-oly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman s Ionic. You. cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing ut The Woman's Tonic women for more than fifty years. Get a Bottle Today 1 mmyi ' -- . iw t.iMiwsiM.-wWTfjE.W- f' .- -' I Don't Fedl to Attend The GREAT AT NY m i HARTFORD, KY., SEPTEMBER 24, 25, 26, 27 ! EBigger And Better Than Ever Before! I : Many special premiums are offered lor competitive exhibits. See the catalogue for particulars. The speed rings offer chances for some fine racing. Extra special novelties and rare attractions are being arranged for and will be on hand to afford much "HP Unusual attractions will make the event one long to be remembered. variety for the four days' pleasure. It will be a great meeting place for old friends, relatives and acquaintances. Don't let the chance pass to embrace this opportunity. Much preparation has been made to make this the greatest Fair that Ohio county ever had. Reduced rates on railroad. WOMEN AND CHILDREN FREE FIRST DAY. For further particulars '$ ;J; - call on or address 4 I Dr. ' L. B. BEAN, Manager, Hartford, Ky. i to-dI to he In charge of the Democratic thin, and gullied land, and on thin market will be shipped to the South Agricultural Extension. SUFFRAGIST DEMANDS Tariff bill in the United States Sen land and an average of a car load a week are growing rank sods of ate and undertook to reply to some GETTING MOST OUT OF MANURE. grass. is expected to be maintained through JOB AT WASHINGTON Republican criticisms. Senator Gron-n- a, Farmers should use the time In the ICntll(W V fnrmAN tiil'a In tU n.a( out the season. all after tho busy cropping season faJod 13 an Ideal of North Dakota, ctl'.led atten one. In The location Jn m tion to the large number of Import Is over to u'ean the manure and litter tnelr tabIo m aU five pens have been built and Qn thouaandB cow stalls. andof has a wide ring for showing pur- Woman Leaves Only After Argu- ant farm products on tho free list, out of tho horse and anj fams tho effect of which would be In ln uiu lentil;, iiu uuu ttutrcii aueus, ttiiu been cropped for generations without poses. The formal opening of the jury to American and adl foreign ag- to haul out the remnants of old straw tho ap.l'icatlon of a single l market will be held during the next of ment Regarding Her Rights and ninnllm WIMl npmuf nMantlnn riculturalists, while tho government stacks and the tramped-dow- n two weeks. Mr. Nance and family l.ii rotting material surrounding them. would lose $25,000,000 In revenue. will shortly move to Owensboro fm,1zatIotl( wUh ataU;e fitter To Position. Senator Williams admitted that he All such materia, should bo scatter- 8umiIomented where they will In the future re the ratlona, u8e of was not sure these additions to the ed on . tho land and now Is the time ground limestone and ground phos- side. It is the Intention of Messrs. free Alst would result In lower prices Ellis and Nance to handle 'between Jf winter feeding season will soon phate rock' nnu with Bood rotation Washington, September 9. Things Tho to consumers, and added: "What I 8y6tNug cwp 2.000 and 3,000 mule3 during the f Qf moved at a lively clip in the office mean Is that extraneous conditions bo hero and this means the accumu- - j cou,d bJ Jn t&EPUBLJCAN TICKET buying season. to"of the secretary of the treasury are at work that will keep prices latlon of a largo amount of manure, 'tj day when a militant suffragette from up come. which If correctly saved and applied! UnuouI)tedly our farmora wl, f Big Show Coming to Hartford Oklahoma appeared In a lurid split I for a considerable time Iftopresent Is exceedingly valuaCe Every huu-thI- a &Txb Srfjpresentatlve would not be surprised X. B. White. work h skirt and demanded that the be prices go higher In tho future." 'And dred pounds of stable manure Is September 16. Judge M. Ij. Heavrln. fownt aMreo ,n Kentucky Dr G. McAdoo, taken before .. . , that is to be tho pitiful sequel to worth 10 to ID cents, overy ton from .Mir ft'ttunty Court Clerk Claude One of America's oldest, richest the secretary, William -" ' ' ' "" For a all! Instanter. . , B&Lzikenshlp. tho Deinocratlcclanior about the 43.00 to J3.00. The liquid Is more .. showj, a modernized great tented Intended to Tariff being responsible time It looked as if she high valuabio than tho solid and should I man cn make .which will pay so t'JW rr CmrJy Attorney for the C. E. Smith. combination of the very greatsest mop up the floor with Byron New- cost of living. Troy (N. Y.) Times. thereforo bo saved by the use high returns as time and money trained wild animals, the most superb ton, Frr Sharif S. O. Keown. e war correspondent und aniplo bedding material. spent judiciously In land improve- w .Jailer W. P. Midklff. horses and ironies, the greatest Eu now private secretary to Mr. Mc Notice in Bankruptcy Improper handling of manure re- , and It might be added that ropean and American artists, the latIAnr Siiawjl Sapt. Henry Leach. Adoo. In the District Court of tho United suits In great loss. Careful tests have 'ment . IJaj-- .&ieafor D. E. Ward. est "thrillers" that mankind can dei tnero ls no niothod of soil Improvo- morn- States for the Western District of shown that It loses half Its value All was pleasant as a May . Virrr Surveyor C. S. Moxley. avallaj e to Kentucky farmeru vise and in fact the newest novel- ing bIx monlus If exiKsed to tho weather until tho vision from the West Kentucky. fZvean.es Dr. A. B. Riley. so 8Ure as tho hauling and scatter-I- n present day, all In one ties of the. mir In the matter of Alonzo S. Keown, breezed into the office and took a tho ordinary manure pile. Care ataWo manure, ami now la tho union, will be found with Sun Broth,,-- . i. bankrupt. seat near Mr. Newton's desk. ..- -v ,..,v..w ..vv.Mh. !,nsof do u m..... .jfejJKieTiJil DIM. No. 1 Ed Shown. Umo t0 ers Wortid's Progressive Shows, now morning," said Mr. Now-to- n, Alonzo S. leucniiig anu wasie ui uio urine. of To tho Creditors "Good W. D. NICHOLLS, Vhwasuricl Diat. No. 2 Sam Leach. on their twenty-secon- d annual tour walking to where she sat. Keown, of Renfrow, In the County Most of this loss ls prevented when flfllrir iDnfkt rf Intra, nt lrt..i .. .... MJUTisAylal j)ist. No. a To bo filled. and will give two complete exhibit"b4W'L'lu'w' you McAdoo?" she demand- of Ohio and District aforesaid, bank- stock .such as catUo and mules, are "Are Ma.riiflSfla.'l Dial. No. 4 Geo. Rowe. ions at Hartford Spetember 1G. University. fn,i m rupt. ed ,ho h m,n. i,.n . This stupendous aggregation Is unIxk. JPlf t. No. 5 Wluson Smith. Can Notice Is hereby given that on ly compacted by the tramping of DemOHStratioa in Use Of HOK "No, but I'm his secretary. l C hiRU-iiW. S. Dean. der the personal direction of the Sun Dlst. No. I do anything for you?" the 22d day of August, A. D., 1913, v.u awvvin, "... W......UVD i,..u u.t mui Cholera at State Fair. DIsl. No. 7. B. P. Itlce. Brothers, and the assurance Is made tho said Alonzo S. Keown was duly prevents heating, tho urine being "I want to see .McAdoo," she .Wmcr.-ri- al DUU No. 8 programmo for the that the 'esent Arrangements havo been mado adjudicated bankrupt, and that the saved by abundant bedding, and tho season Is newer and richer than ever. "But tho secretary Is very busy," first meeting of creditors will be sheltered situation preventing leach- with the Statu Commissioner of AgTo add to the variety a complete riculture Experiment Station will glvo Newton. "About what did held at tho law office of J. A. Dean, ing by rains. Japaneso Circus Company will exhib said Mr. MULE MARKET In the you wish to see him?" In Owensboro, Kentucky, on the 19th On account of sanitary considera a practical demonstration it the very cleverest Oriental acta . day of September, A. D., 1913, at 10, tions manure can not bo allowed thus method of administering hog cholera, "I want a job." ever Imported to this country and IN OWENSBuRO now seen In America for the first "Are you In the classified ser A. M., at which time tho said cred to accumulate In tho dairy barn, In serum, at tho State Fair. This will be givn on Thursvice?" itors may attend, prove their claims, which case It should bo removed ito a time. appoint a trustee, examine the Bank shed or covered pit to prevent loss. day, September 18, at 10 a. in., on "What's that?" Over one hundred great artists np- -' rupt, and transact to provldo such protection .the. State Fair grounds, and shoiild it WR Be a Big Market for Many pear with this big show. Dean and "The civil service." want to bo. I as may properly such other business for pays cow manure, but if the dairy prove of Interest to nil fawners and "No, and 1 don't conio beforo said the his matchless band appear at every meeting. want to bo a guide." man does not have a shed or pit the hog raisers In the State. In addition Southern performance and they are a delight you can't see Mr, Mc- August 22, 1913. retittlon filed "I'm afraid manure should not bo UI lowed to ac- to tho demonstration, practical talko to all that hear their great concerts. J Adoo today." J. A. DEAN, cumulate, but shoud be reguarly will be given on hog cholera. Its .Buyers. The menagerie and wild beast exhibi diagnosis and post mortdui lessons, "We'll see about that." Referee in .Bankruptcy. haulod away and scattered. tion Is complete and an educative di"Besides, wo employ no women j Owensboro, Ky., September 5, 1913. Ono advantago of live stock farm- the care of sick and weil hogs, tho versity. guides in the treasury." ing 1b that It furnishes a supuly of work of tho ho cholera serum laOwcaBhoro, Ky., Sopt. 9. James This great exhibition wU'l apppear I Running up and down stairs sweep Tno "Well, It's time you were. manure. The stock farmer keeps most boratory and State and Federall laws ICVia of Owensboro and M. N. Nance, Its completeness, rain or shine, at suffragettes are gaining ground ov- - Ing and bonding ovor making hods of hU farm In grass, hay and forage governing tho quarantine and confamstr'li of Howling Green, but now HARTFORD, September 16. 8t2. not make a woman healthy or crops, i will ery day. They demand recognition.' and this means that plant food trol or hog cholera, by Dr. Robert of Henderson will open ji. must got out or doors, By this time tho Oklahoman was beautiful. She is kopt In tho soil and ,tlio land ls Graham. Dr. J. H. Rustic. Director iitfj.V iiiarhot In Owensboro within n .nil. n lln a .A ... ....... .In.. n .. muill tl UIMU UI inu (JVCijr ILUJ ttiiu prevented from washing. He carefully of tho Kentucky Agricultural Experi rnimtilnrnlilv ovcltnii and u. runld-flr- o Hw sii tow (kin. The old Southern ...... ..tilt. Mm Vnti'tnti Fn.!nu. taKO Chamberlain's Tablets to 1m- - saves and applies tho manure and his ment station,. Commissioner John W. ...n... i'tujuiy building which wus formerly neJ "geBtlon and regrfate her Innd erows morn nroiluctlvn onh I Now,"an and others. Altogether thlfl ed. She demanded repeatedly that For Infants and Children. company tr.Kptod by the Gllbert-Waoeta. For salobyall dealers, ui. year. Good crops can not bo grown I meot,IlB Promtaea to bo ono of great she be taken to Mr. McAdoo's office ,?MJ3tfel xm Uio corner of Fifth and Tii9 Kind You Have Always Bougbi and Mr. Nowton was equallly without manuring tho '.land in sonio ntorcst t0 a" Armors and hog rals-wa- y Danger Ahead. JS.fUj Utwts Is being ionertid lu-i- i. j Mnt. either by commercial fertlllz- - ierb and tthouIu I'rovo ono of tho Old Laily Hero's a glass of defl- Bears tho fvr liuylng and soiling market When blows woro In sight Mr. Cousiy COQ spring water, my poor ers, green manure crops, or stable musi instructive and valuabio feoturcfl I Tjuiv. and repairs to the extent of " W " Newton succeeded In getting her out ulani manure, and for Kentucky farms or tho State Fair. . thousand dollars are being of tho otflco by threat of calling tho I daren't touch It. ma'am. stalllo manure ls by far tho most If you knew of the real value of Tramp . ODlIb police. profitable means of fertilizing. Osteopath. Chamberlain's old Lady Why? .has hewi a healthy doumud ITMf .Liniment ror Jumo I Tramp Well, you see, It's like this, Tho writer In his own farm pruc-tlc- o back, soreness of the muscles, sprains jNiilcj iur some time und the Dr. Wilson, Ostuoiutli, Is at th The Pitiful Sequel. has hauled and scattered many und rheumatic pains, you would never maam'. I've got an Iron coustltu- Jiuirkot will doubtless bu (tumarelal Hotel ut Hartford every vwj- iiqpulur with SouUiern buyers. Tu(wd.iy ami Friday from 7 a. m. to Tho other day Senator John Sharp t'n. an' lr I drank water it would go hundreds of leads of staU o manure. Wish to bo Without It. For sain liv Much of this was placed on washed, all dealers. , JStewrtkally all M niulta sold on the 1:30 p. in. 7tf. WUUams, of Mississippi, happened rusty. 8 fo.-kfu- ! J Muz-I'Miat- .,,.. .,. a one-tim- of... . ,....; ,.. lnim, ,ih. ',."'";'. I A CASTOR 2Lc, M 1 IA -- hl pei-slst- I I ti.g-ituro- && .! tvr - I ' SsisKsnS3ss f ,c