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Made Attractive. How I teach Children to Study was thoroughly disMiss cussed by H. Vi'jf Taylor and Nature Study was Lllfclo Patterson. o made very Interesting by Miss Woodward followed by Mrs. S. 0. .Keown. Why Study History was discussed In a vory practical way by Harry licach. John Allen gave some excellent methods of teaching Home Geography. Prof. A. H. Ross made it plain to aM present that It does require a knowledge of Psycology to bo an offlclent teacher. E. S: i toward made plain The Courke of study. How can You Encourago Cleanliness In the disSchool Room was thoroughly cussed by Earl' Miller. Agriculture was carried over 'tjfll neMt mettlng which will be ut Coop-tor- s' school house. W. A. CASEDIER, Ch'm'n. .MRS .S. O. KEOWN, Sec'y. Cor-Inn- Shultz, Prentiss; Rhoads, Martha Hartford; Messrs. Raymond' NaVl. KENTUCKY , Centertown;. Mack Benton, Matan-za- s; KILLED DY HIS WIFE FOUND VALUABLE Charlie Hawkins and Anthony COAL MINES Daniel, Hartford, R. R. 3; Pearl FULL BLOOM Sandcrfur, No Creek; Wilbur Rhoads, Hartford. Find Plant Makes Good Feed for M. C.Eversole Slain, and Woman Matriculated In the grades are: l! Crowds in Attend- Hughes Wallace, Central City; Oeo. Make New Records Over the Stock and the Seed Brings Also Reported to Have Been Culvhi Keown, Pordsvllle; Amelia West. . the Harnett, Helen Harnett and Bodlne ince Each Day. Fancy Prices. Wounded. Carson, No Creek; Goeb Wilson, Nora Bell Wilson, Dora W.Yson, .Prentiss; Mabel Rhoads, Flora Over Two Million Tons Increase Appearance of Old Time Hutchinson, Kan., Sept. 22. After Hazard, Ky., Sept. 22. Mack Rhoads, Hartford. trying In aln for several years to one of the best known and Ir Days Music by ' In 1912 Over stamp out the w.'d sweet clover most prominent citizens In Perry Frosts in South. pas- - county, was shot and killed at his which grew In abundance in the Calhoun Band. Washington, September 22. Light at(Typo, fjvo miles below town, tures and fields 6f the Arkansas Val-hofrost occurred this morning In TenJ ley in Western Kansas, the farmers Saturday afternoon by his wife. The nessee, extreme Northern Alabama Washington, Sept. 22. Tho produc-- ( .have given it up. Instead of eradi- - j woman, (Crazed by Jealousy, it Is said, $Dhlo County Pair under the . .. .. . ni now narvesuug i poured into nis body rive snots irora- ' and Western North Carolina, it was tlon of coal ln Kentucky establisheating it, tney are umt at Dr. L. 11. Bean,' open,n today to ed he "or Jay morning and threshing the seed of tho wild a thirty-eigcaliber revolver. a new record in 1912 with a with good olovcr, selling It for $12.50 a bushel talis of Ithe tragedy are Jacking, but uiu uuhvu oiciiea wtttuuer uureuu of 16,490,521 short tons, tand Rood first day crowds. Is prophesied for the Frost pic of Ohio county hae not t It Is worth more than alfalfa. It was one report is that Mr. Eversolo and Miciule Atlantic States and the north according to Edward W. Parker, coejl ; ir for three y6ars and they After Vote Buyers and Vote by sheer accident that ithe discovery his wife had a quarrel over Mr. Ev portion of the South Atlantic States. statistician of the United States Geological Survey. This large output, Ihgry for the old tuiio attrac- was made that sweet clover is good crscile's divorced ,wlfe, who was Hv-fSellers. something instead of being a ing in ,the neighborhood, and that represented an increase of 2,440,818 , which tliey had been accus-- " f Educational Notes. tons over the figures for 1911, and Eversolej left home and presently reox .many years, Uud notwlth- - ' Bowling Green, Ky., Sept. 22. So noxious weed. There were 17,238 students ln the of nearly 2,000,000 tons over the, A patch of it appeared a few years turned with a shotgun. Upon entho hard times nnU busy reeking In corruption was the AugUniversity of Paris last year, of former maximum output of 1910 move- ago In some meadow hay land in tering tile house, Jt is said, he opentho people from far and near ust prlniary that a There was an even greater increase' attendance. The Calhoun, Ky., ment has been started to forever put Finney County, on the Shull farm, ed fire on his wife, wounding her whom 3,267 were foreigners. Systematic study ln citizenship Is ln value ln 1912, namely, $2,845,749 Dand is making splendid a quietus on tho buying and selling two miles east of Garden City. It in the shoulder, whereupon she rewas cut and stacked with the other turned the fire with fatal results, given in the olementary schools of over the figures of 1911. The Increastho delight of fc'.l. They are of votes. ed production in Kentucky .was bue ' aggregation, and In addl- The movement was started In the hay. When the cattle wero turned death ensuing within a few minutes. France, Denmark 'and Finland. lid ' lt Is estimated that six out of chiefly to the new' developments labclng good musicians, three Caspar precinct, where a petition Is on the hay the farmer, a Mr. Shuf, She has not been arrested . and already was surprised to iind that they finMack Evereolo was probably one seven English children never appear the eastern part of the State, altlw of tho band are ladlos. This now being circulated, have been ished the stack, eating the sweet or the best known men In Perry in school after reaching the age of the western counties participated rer been seen here before. over fifty names of voters ', .largely in the gain. attractive and well up with obtained who pledge themselves not clover in It first. This plant started county. He served a term as Sher- fifteen. In Letters from correspondents mak- - to vote tor any one who, hereafter, next year In several places along the iff and was a man of large business The number of ,men employed la t rot hers when, Jt comes to foreign countries have been the mines ,ln 1912 was 24,304,- and the . uses either money or whisky illegally river. Neighbors of Mr. Shu.1 tried interests. For some' time he has con- twenty-si- x lic. usual niimber of side shows In that ipreclncti The petition does the same scheme with like results. ducted a general merchandise store received by schotV children in one ; average production' perman; 678 too evidence and a balloon ascen- - not stop there. The signers further From the beginning It has continued at Typo. About a year ago he se- New York school district through a Kentucky ranks second among th"' stagod for each day.' The pledge themselves to use their influ- to grow In favor for pasture .hay and cured a divorce from his first wife, lptter exchange maintained 'by ,the States In the percentage of coal and married again. He, la survived school authorities. tiroduced by machines, Ohio holding- "for tho first and eccond days ence to secure the conviction of any seed. ( Charles I. Zirkle has completed by six children. first place. In i912, 66 per cent of cord breakers lor those days, one who either accepts or offers a the coif produced was machine the weather remains good bribe. The movement is not alone threshing sweet d.over on his land TAKES PHOTOS BY mined. near Charleston, In Gray County. It , RENFR0W. is no doubt but .that immense confined to (the Caspar precinct. Is not Irrigated, but He3 In the rich Labor troubles In the State were . will attend today and Satur- Sept. 22. .Mr. William Leach, who WIRELESS IN DARK lnslgnif(caat during the year, but.ofi- - r bottom. Scattering patches produced has been effected with dropsy for PLANNtp MURDERS 500 patches of seed, which marketed cording to the United States Bureau- l FIRST DAY AWARDS. some time, is recovering slowly. fatal- -. 1 ItB for $025. The cost of harvesting and of Mines there were fifty-on- e Ring No. 3S, best Jack any Mr. Muscar Wilson, of Horse ltlea and- about two mines, forty-- '' Thompson Bros., premium; J. TO GET INSURANCE threshing was snuu'l. Branch, met with a4severe accident Novel Invention of California one underground, two in shafts and 1 Last year Mr. Zirkle threshed 503 ster, certificate. while at the balil game near Rcnfrow '' eight on' the surface. bushels of seed from sixty acres, or Sunday evening, having had his leg ile Horses Ring No. .39. Stal- Man to Be Investigated Kentucky is the only one of1 the Kny age Theodore Heady, Da- -- Schmidt and Muret had Great more than eight bushels to the acre. broken just above the ankle. tfoafTiroductng'States which tids .wita--' He liad a poor stand on sotue of tbJs by the Navy. jcouni), premium ami cenuiThb Kenfrow 'basefiair team 'has land and Mr. ZlrCIe and several ln Its borders areas belonging ' to Scheme made i things' so warm for tho Rob qny two of the distinctly separate7 others who saw the seed coming Roy No. 40 Mare auy age Alvln boys that they hae declined Vallejo, Cal., Sept. 26. A local In- great coal iieias. Tne eastern counfrom the threshing machine estimated playing any more with them this Ohio county, premium; Theo- on Tap. lTiNniK. some of It made as much as Il.nlrau nllmfv m.rtlf- ventor has evolved a wlrefess pho- ties of the State are underlaid by (th ,. -,, . that ....season. twenty bushelB to the acre. E. G. tographic Instrument which ' works coal beds of the great Appalachian. The farmers are making great efFlnnup of Finney County on one only at night and reflects on a mlr-f- Mountain system, extending entlr... ag No. 41 Gelding any age forts toward sowing large wheat New York. Sept. 22. Evidence that pate' , Heady, pronilum; W. H. of good stand averaged twelve crops it is said, a picture of everything across the State In a northeast-southwefor next year. Hans Schmidt and ;'Dr. Muret," his bushels to the acre. The food val'ue direction, whllo the southern within a radius of several miles. He flcate. dentist friend, planned a campaign by the ton of sweet and red, clover Mr. Granville Morris and his moth- has been Invited! by Secretary of the limits of the 'central or eastern Jn- -' g No. 42 Saddle Horse any er, Martha Morris, have Just returnof murder for the purpose of collect- as given by Navy Daniels to take the machine to terior coal fields are found ln the V. A. Martin, I . the Department of Ag- ftwalk or , trot gait ltf tnn..nnn mrnnr t nr nil aA thft ed homo from a trip where they had . .. Sweet clover. 3 lb. 40: red H.vulv. ppp- - ' rlcultureis: i ,. ,..v... w., iirniiiliim .Thoo... 'in Butler Washington, for .Inspection by experts more northern counties Of the westi.w.iim, tnH-,It txmlnl to f.xt.I.iln tne been vsiltlng their reatfves ern part of'th'e State. The'totifi of .tho Navy, Department. i blank death certificates found in j. j. Haakell of Plnney Countv In county. by jcbal In the eastern 'counThe instrument receives its impresRACING om' tdtlj writing of the vn'ue of the sweet sions from si web 'of wires attached ties, jat Kentucky is estimated' at O, t ree inlnut pace or trot, King, The evidence came from a phtebA ' -i B by Dr. L. B. Bean,, flret; lp a tall mast. For this reason it is 270 'square miles, and the)-bear' who told Inspector Faurot. of the De- ' we Bros., horse,- second; Maxle, ; Hartford College Notes. : : adaptable tf ships, making' Ifupossl- - Jug areas n he westep,,part, cth,e'J. teotlve Bureau, that Schmidt and Mu- ed 'ble, Its Inventor claims, night collis- State are, estimated ,to tCoutaln 6,400 , Bweet our by Dr. h. B. Bean, third. ' . . A.,M ,. to arrange w th hltn for the . , mmmmmmmmmmmm! ions. ncrlr1en.tH due in foes and run Up to the cCose of 1911 the larger.. Coop- - ret tried clal pace premlumby Fred issuance of death certificates in the MUt ning afdutl 6f' Icebergs, 'it Would be (art of the production of. the State fof & kd A. C. Yelser Major, owned I eVOUL Ol pUUUCH Utliuua ui Wuu shall sent several stalks and the re- valuable, too, It is claimed, for array own-b- y been trom the 'Western district,' falcotn Hoover, first;' Bob, . persons just Insured,. Nearly 250 pupils have been en- use, as (he movements of an enemy but-aport came that the nm a result of extensive develop ' Ed Barnes, second; Maibdl v pan. U.VIUS free from cu- - rolled ln Hartford College this year, at night could be easily t lowed. mtmts In Harlan, Johnson', LetcHer- by E. L. Calvert, third. seemed remarkably e, owned identlty of the physician.' said the ingredient which causes and many more are expected to enowned by Claude A test was made recently, of the in- and Pike" counties, the larger part "of ( lid' race-M- ule inspector. "If the story tcld by him cnaractorlst,c of tbo ter. Many pupils are expected es strument! here. The night was dark, the coal' prdduitlon in 1912 'wad front , first. . . ... Is true, the faot stands out big ana . . vma n,f,lhntflH pecially after the Christmas holl- - but observers; say they saw reflected the eastern part of Ihe 'State. The black that Father Scheldt and Dr. .. fondMM for lt Laterwe aay8, Down the Mississippi. on ithe machine mirror a picture of Eastern Kentucky coals tare mosiiy .' . ... i . Murol hnil a. nlnn . wou.a ,earnea . . cumawn, wnton "gas" pr "cookilng" cools,) tho district for a distance of two high-gratnal tne ietcland, O., Sept. 26.iPerry; cencc'lect Insurance. I am happy o state cauaed .v been ln The Rev. R. D. Bennett conducted miles; saw the shipping in the vlcln- - with sqme cannel, coal. events postponed ilait celobration that the physlcM tfatly declined to Jn medlclne a corrootlve tonIc chapel exercises ilast Monday morn- - ity of the Mare Island' Navy Yard. 'earlier In the week because of , Utilising Riv.er Oyerilowr. and intestine,'. anUseptlc for many log, railway trains passing up and down wero concluded here today. Pa Ithe Vdlley and persons art the streets The rivers in season of melting'. . a tic addresses In the imrks and ' said, that the dentist at one time in Messrs. Nat Lludley, Matanzasi and 0f the city. clover snows and heavy rains carry down-tkrlcal pageant by school children. his Life, figured as an insurance brok- John Shultz, of Prentiss; were wel- the sea great stores of unused waThe Inventor formerly was a wireHoroes," con- lied "Tho Hero of er "In summing up the situation we come visitors this week. less expert In, tho governments' em- ter. Sometimes the overflow along ted tnoaaywgnivrogruu.. Tdnlghti inspector said that, with the came to I ploy. the conclusion that we had the river courses causes much debe fireworks. The Niagara. '. assistance of the Chicago police, he a clover which would grow under al- Mr. Jesse Whltworth, member of struction of, property. 'This raises the' r's flagship, after a final salute any any conditions of soil or ell- - tho Board of Education, of Hardlns-bu- r, question whetber tho surplus outflow Marriage Lisense. ".? to find " vu-- I the naval militia ship. Dorotheai " might not be stored so as visited the school buUdlng Tuesiala 3ned here, will said out of the A. A. Keaton to Iva May McCarty, of water "BluebearT! mat!:. l,?at thc.re . "-. day afternoon, and expressed him- FordBvllle. n geiung to provide against the day of drought ' 10 p. m.. proceeding to 4,xpclItfid trbor at whft , . anUUat it was not only a food, but a self as highly pleased with the arMark Baize to Carrie Kelley, Roch- and water famlno ln the hot and rain . Pa., where she will .be perman-one Jess' days .of tne summer. There is. well, ana tnat nil me time rangement, etc., of the new build- ester. 7 nic as ... ay stationed , . 'acuspd of kil line several others.i.. was . - . . .,..- - . goes to waste ing, and complimented very hlgUly oeing grazea or mowea-u-w- fi it Jesse Sutton to Kathryne, Bratoher, no doabt water enough ite Perry centennial commission 1M. our school system. ln the wet season to make good all at work building up the sal under consideration a plan, Mfthough , ma. Dundee, Ky. g'bas ,t nothlng Two years ago this spring there Riltlalltv. tO deficiency of the dry season. But the thn Nlaeara An a cruise down but a rumor, this coincidence," said Inhn K. nnrhn.m. Mr. R. V. Tlnsley has a'Very large polq Rowe Ceralvo question of storage is an engineerwere 2000 head of cattle In sight of Mississippi, river, 'but the propFaurot, "I consider It of sufficient Mr. Haskell's Hamilton County place, German class aud Is succeeding ln , Olaton, to Versie ing problem. Can tho water In tlmee all definite. B. H. BoawtU. n is not at importance to warrant a thorough grazing on sweet of freshets be successfully stored?' tover for two getting his p'uplis very Interested in G. Crowder, Horton., ' investigation." I weeks, before another green thing their work in his departments. There are engineers who doubt the Association Meeting. feasibility of storage. There are othapieared. As spring pasture, stock ' I Btee and Teachers' Association A. S. of E. Notice. Attention Tobacco Growers. Friday ers who insist that, the ,lnltUI cost, it Shuf.tatown school house Frl-- i. The Green River District Union readily acquire a& .taste for it. The ln Prof. A, E., Ellis spent last ' On account of the Ohio County of storage and, of Irrigating canals ' LoulsviUe. Hartland shipped Aen Drotiiera m. Sept, 19. iai3. Devotional quar- Fair , the reguiar, quarterly meeting to carry the stored .water, to the i weok before Pro. A. Sof E, will meet Jn regular, on iln j000 head of klses were! c g jiq. by Ky., of the Ohto County Unton will bs farming-lands- ' where it would-bIt Is expected that the work of trom pjQpjda, There they bad iinpresslvoway. terly session In .Llvermroe, illoss into ,,... rinvor nH Thursday October 2d. at ten o'clock grading the front of the college lot deferred till October bo, 3d. Instead needed in seasons of drought wou'. which wrM- - welcome 'was m.. All county board members are hm into nwat rlovnr .nasiura. The and lavlne of concrete walk will be of, Sept. 26. And oil locals ore earn- bo so 'heavy as to make It a finankded to .N9iflr. E.(G. Austin a. In cial Impossibility, The use of stored expected to be present? also lt ,wiM flrat y tney pked out the blue- - gin at an early date. This wlH add estly urged to bo represented. Iwed by Mr. iiiade Taylor.i con- fpA we1 would bo glad to ihave as water for1 the creation' 'of trahamLil-Hl- e be vory Important for all members but atter tae BOcond"dayVth8y greatly to the appearapce and ak Miller responded to Why I largo a percent of the county memWould serve of Ve District board' to be on hand'. were all eating the' sweet clover. venience. electrical horse-powkh ln a plain practical talk that t bership present as poeslUo. counties of the district ar to some extent ln solving the finanThese cattle had been- on 'the road enjoyed all present. Exciting AH L. B. TICHENOR, Pres. cial probi'em; but the .problem In its pupils The, .following Jn a quested to report al!l tobacco pledged eleven days and were very thin' rind .h.n HENRY M. PIRTLE, Sec'y. 'and also other reports usually called weak when received, belug In the aro ln at land nee in .the High School entirety remains'. ugh way by Miss Annie Carter quostion ,of water Is j Misses Gorin Flenr. best condition possible to bloat easily, Department! which a ooun- - for at the October meeting. b. H. Park, after (There there no Just as little question-o- f jt No Vacations, Is T. H. BALMAIN, Pres. : ivf vuv &f v.in cromweu; K.t MW A..A llna1 ( uuner present. tiuuou, ciana uu dlnner was Berved to all county; Evelya Olark, Maxie Clark, S, B. ROBERTSON, Sec'y. The Bowling Groen Universlty.llke .water wanted. After Col. QoetbaUr ''one olock. n. m.,(Scliool Qlsol-- e Fiild Seei ' Owens-borTennyson's brook, goes on forever; 'gets through with his. Panama Job lot' Sunnydale; Alice Foster. was discussed In an, .Interesting Kentucky S. S. Conveition. Matanzas, It has no vacations; , receives new 'him 'be asked to'tacklo the ham as-- " WU'Ie Llndley, Best Red Top Seed, sack included. toer by V. A. Casebler and H. No Creek; Mae students every week; and sends out tag of the Ohio. Mississippi and Mia-- " State .Convention, 22 cents per pound. Best Timothy Norlne Barnott. good? Tffe Forty-eighfay lor. E. S, Howard made a Whlttlngbll) and Eva Dutfer. Fords-vil- hundreds of them to 'lucrative 'posi- souri rivers for the frifctlflcation of on the Mpney Value, of Educa-- t Kentucky Sunday School AssoclaUon.. SeetT $3.25 per buehefl. For bale by WJuhta yiUon and .Muriel tions every year. U to noW one of tho great valleys they traverse.1 His ' t , W. B. ELLIS, and Shelby LoulsyiUe. Ky Qotober 7 to 10. Rail- Mr. E. O. Austin. Wilson. Prentiss; Nellie Mills, Bed; the most popular business schools In opinion Would carry desorvedly' groat Produce Merchant, round! , ti gave some good points 911, road, rates, one fare plus 25c for ' ntl weight. Philadelphia Reoordl'' ' l" ' Nina America. Hartford, Ky. Geneva Brown. McHenry; 10t4. )ay oa nv., the School, Qrpuo ITY FAIR IN. SWEET CLOVER IS PERRY COUNTY MAN Ev-crso- -- ........ ht total-productio- -- ht or well-defin- - - - or st fn ii area-underla- id Sm - . 1 1 1 p ?""" bk .. ..... . . de iHwiuinvw' "" - o " 3 IL - , wwi -- a i ,,.' turl 1 -- er - cL J I out-of-to- o; ... th e; ' . , T3CC? . &- jjJrr-- " r MAGIC OF COLORS! MAN EATERS OF AFRICA. MEPHISTOPHELES. QSQGQGt$QSG&iQ&y$W&S$G&S? Meph-Istophcl- yWe ami i Know of What the Sun Stars Are Composed. OF THE UNIVERSE. A WORRIED WOMAN.1 ages among the workmen until they STORY OF I finally shot by the engineer in were 'i. TJiey Were Revealed by the Die- - charge. .Mr (afterward Colonell Pat- - It Caught the Interest and Sympathy ' of the Spectrum and the Rea- - torson. Another lion, after killing sev I of the Prosperous Loungers at the amirg to Which It Led Our Eye eral men around a station on the railFashionable Hotel, and the Rest of' Mephlstopheles?' " ltaWis Are Primitive Spectroscopes. road, carried off and ate the ttttperln ' According to one theory It was a hy the Scheme Was Easy. formation of nie--1 brld Oreco-IIebra,. "9fce Tsiracle of the spectroscope Is re--, tetulent of the division. The latter 'The prosperous were lounging on' p,ls ani topI(., ,the ,lir): according, jprafcnd before our eyes every day and had come down In his private car. the terrace of the leading hotel lu the Its etymology was entirely er7nJclit without our recognizing It which was run on sldln.', and he sat fashionable watering place sunning' to another dubious Greck-tneph- nsGreek-ve- ry up at a window that nl.'Iit to natch were more observant and St themsclves. It was a magnificent aft- - tophllos, "he who does not love this, to think nbout the for the lion. Itut be fell asleep, and ernoon. sup Everybody was lazily good light" Though this derivation Is Intnl. The only auoLtfex of what they see great dts-- the lion elimlied on the platform, en- tempered and contributed to the gen- -' 'J" acceptable. It appears that this wnsj tered the car by the door and carried imtVs woukl be as plentiful as sec- Ohio River. of ply on his wouM be slayer through the eral air of well fed contentment. And tIle original rorm or tne name, tne in a Klmlierley pipe. 0",, Towel Ml,K ' at ?"' v then "the woman" put In an appear- said to me the other day. window. ic In England, whence It was taken Into We a full line of first-clas- s a couple of In the summer of !! TJWaLr all this color that I see when the popular German mysteries. my eyes and look at an eiee- - mun eating lions took to Infesting the jTaigKie for a moment she stood on the stone ln th)J ..Uocthe jnhrbuch" Herr Maal vllligt-- s mi the plain around the steps that led up to the terrace, hesl-- i Oelhke gives an entirely novel deriva- Nylro. nest headwaters of the G'iso 3 rji&n" "It is the greatest tatlng. "The prosperous" gaped at at least which. that man has ever bad In the? of Keiila, and by their ravages forced her and wondered why she was there. I tlon merit of If farfetched, Ithas based on Is AND FEEDS. POULTRY yr?mrzt world It is spectrum unaly-sb- r. the Masil to abandon the district, and They probably classified her as oue of ' the name originality. chapters 4 and found In two r crowded eyelashes become the native travel routes across It were the "respectable poor." r, of the second book of Samuel. snti awSrwJomleal Instrument and ana-i"- a also temporarily closed. A few weeks "The woman" could not disguise the Pephlboschctu and Archltophel. He Ske light for you Into Its primary later 1 was hunting In the district fact for trouble of We ma our reminds us that It was customary in Tcre. The multitude of narrow sllu campkept the atthorn bowith aroundburn- sort that she was in upon "the somel the middle ages when giving name to pros-- 1 She advanced night, a tire closed &mmc& trbicu the light passes as you perous" and glanced timidly from face f evil spirits to refer to the OH Testa- CTflntat ycr eyes act like a diffraction ing and nskarls on guard, and were to face. Then, gathering her coumge! ment: hence the comblnitlon "Meph- 2?caxiGj;:iTd change the directlorrof the not molested. Near Machakosborna a white travel- In both hands, she walked right past i lstopheles." tmWueus waves of light in accordance i er was taken out of his tent by n man them Into the vestibule of the hotel. The exnlnnatlon Is not perceptibly rt'r length. A little buzz of speculation arose. ' more nbsunl thun others. Goethe blm - l The lmnnrtanr.fi of PcnmanshlD. eater one night a good many years "TWae rn waves are long, one of the Inci- There was no doubt about It They self had a trick of using the nbbre-- ' of an Inch in length. ago. A grewsome ' vlated form Mephlsto when It suited ! Wlen doctors of philosophy send M&fthtr keep on without much change dent was that on ltn first attempt the found "the woman" Interesting. "Wonder what's worrying herr said the exigencies of his meter, lt may be out letters scarcely distinguishable XMm&a, but the violet waves are Hon was driven off ufter having seized one. ' of and wounded Its victim. The wounds sdlsert, cbi remembered that this particularly lr-- from blnl tracks. It is not surprising latter were dressed, up .ii3eci Jb length, and they are consld--nrS- r of the put to bed. but soon anil he was "Perhaps she thinks of putting cul-- , ritated Schopenhauer, who wrote In his that, many children write badly-anIs a bit doubtful about the after he had pamphlet "On the Murder iVerhun-'.Manpeople, however, still believe rsrned etit of a straight Hue. again been left alone the lion again forced sine," cackled a would be wit The1 zung) of the German Language." "The Jtffl b intermediate waves, from penmanship is worth the most way Into the tent and this time cold stare with which his remark was foolish desire for brevity goes so far that through yellow, green, blue and his careful attention. The beginning of MeCAIX rATTCaNS prfret (11, ttmplfeity tul Cltbrted tnt tyle. In length and are carried the man off and ate him. l'lsafujr received told him that It was consld - as to cut off even the devil's tall by tI,e rtlubilily ncirljr boU in i tt term of tne 8C,o0,, a tjnie f rrrrjr citanJ lawn40 Injtirt. United Sutnntarlf Kvery year In East Africa natives ered to be In decidedly bad taste. As writing Mephlsto for MephlstopheleO 3i-- l the ware turned aside as they and ismne when parents and others may well Canada, or bf mail direct. Mors vtl.l than are carried off -- from their villages or a fact, "the prosperous" were Inclined j&ldfimzijre Tlie consequence is that Westminster Gazette. any other make. Sen lor tree caUbjuc. express their feeling on this matter-Formerlfrom hunting camps by man eating to feel sympathy for "the woman." 3M tnt through your nearly closed McCALL'S MAGAZINE seekers for work were More lubtcriSers than any other faihuxt s7t4cDdfc a band of colors, which Is lions. Occasionally oue hears of man j.uey uau ueen well red, ana It was a a LUCKY BASEBALL FLUKE. very commonly expected to apply In m magailnt fnillion i month. Invaluable, tat. aarftteuv: ant .the famous spectrum of eating leopards, which usually confine magnificent afternoon: also they were eit itylo. pilternt, drraamaklnr, milhnrry, themselves to women and children, genuinely curious. handwriting, which wax plain aewinr.tanrjr needlework, dOraertronoratjrs." i a.. their own SO renlt etiquette, there are man " -- a - rti a-- j " !. u - ii "un I carefully examined as expres-lv- e of J Tear(rthcoid atnriei, etc Onlyfrre pattern.a rt discovery of that spectrum and true man eaters eating hyenas, but Soon she came out again, lookine, '"'"-- i. double). Including a of Africa are lions mn-- o butJKtffe today, or aenJ (or aample copy. " " I.C-.1 r,Jl Mm reasoning that It led to we the "..have been attend character and qualifications. !.. 'i.n- - . , ' " all the years I WONBOirrVt. rNBCCEMtWlS out what the sun and the and crocodile-s-. Theodore Roosevelt In nrnnmt rtarw if r- - .. i brinja .... I ,n aball games-u- nd they are more j hisNow an applicant Is likely to have toAcentf. Poitat orTera. premium catalofae Every known ele- - Sciibner's .Magazine. -- hi".. are uiade of. escane. hut. fln.n n and new caah price Addreaa He perhaps letter than I would care to uumber there Is rf matter, when It Is made to perately forward, OB Hcciu. w, m to m w. mrs st, ' one play which stands out In my mind feels that penmanship Is more or s w, out wave lengths peculiar BRITAIN FEARED NAPOLEON. My good woman, you seem to be In ., as the greatest I have ever seen, says less obsolete, useful to bookkeepers, Spectroscopic instruments JrtfHZ. trouble. Can I do anything?" a contributor to the American Maga- but not necessary for success In larghlnderance, while levying Tariff du than-theyelasbes reveal And Lamb, Who Thought Him a Fine jprffst It was the elderly military looking er fields. ties on. tbo American surplus. Such waves in the light of the Fellow, Fanned the Flame. man ln the corner who spoke spoke zine. Vet moat of the memoranda of or are the beauties of Jin-- ' e legisuii nA i uf u ! uu nuiKicuui it the stars and by that revela-- 1 t wus ol, AU(f & 18i3i tUrtt ..Gen. (Miffltt boIIeii In the play. It wia. I supM)H, dlnary business Is utlll a matter of lation dictated by a schoolmaster. us to detect the lncandes- - , erai" Bonaparte, as his Euglish cap- oaSlf. ,ucu-Buthnt l hand work. t Scrawly writing sugvmposeu or tne not va- - tors UqSted upon calling him. was ,b,et efcvws, y -ne,ver seen gests Inefficiency, lack of contr.L. How's This. were secretly g , ad. And they lis- - . T2nu. copper, nickel, platinum. transferred from the IJelleronhon to pwacheil. and it Is. so far ns I kuow. muscular and otherwise. -You form falciuir.. sodium and many the ship Northumberland, to begin the ,enj i nl We offer One Hundred Dollars Iki4n,ln.ll avt.al.& In Sla.m uui.UC wieuiiuin u. "Vn lr lh.L-'tSMmr Frthstances which glow in the Journey to St. Helena. There was ...k an Impression of the writer as awkfor any case of, Catarrh that "The game was one between Wash ztftmuvii&rt ct the heavenly bodies. much protest In England against the woman." ward and blundering, and perhaps cai-flbe cured by Ht'l'a Catarrh And then she belled her words by a ington and Cincinnati back In the days concoUc of him as bumping TWtMfcui 4hnw things In stars so far transportation of the distinguished up Cure. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo.. when Washington was in the National i ifcait their light may require prisoner, but the government remained mnmnfi ami ... - against people on the street. .. -. , .. i. .vrarj " -- ' t Ohio. "I-I- -lt's Vltmrti ztttTv. t come to us, although It firm. nothing, sir nothing nt i league, me score was i to in t;inThe simpler a style of penmanship, clnnati's favor ln the last half of the We, the undersigned have known per n"ed of 183.300 miles Tritn Official England could see nothing all," she added. Once the commercial F. J, Cheney for the last IS yearn, better. UU. Two men were out. and Wash the Tim mllltniT InnL-lri-f mnn nxu but danger in keeping such a dynamic i.ig j lngton had a runner on second. with j schod's taught an ornate Hcrlpt with and believe him prfectfy honorable nt Crna(l you when you enter a force as Napoleon within its limits, "'iiiswceping tiounsnes. mis iooks at- - In all business transactions, and fim,,.. it iiiiiol .u iue Dill. " i"- Hnv.. ih ni, "JSr'iKwx.',j lighted parlor with crystal j and. harsh as the actions of the gov- tcU now. Vou might Imagine the nancial. y able celling. eminent seemed, the position thus tak- ihalr." he said peremptorily, "and tell P'tcheJ Wllmot swung bard and knock- ,"fioiis.i hanging from the to carry out any oblP Infield tly, the highest I have Irv-k"B ifcpjJHrio'is spectrum flashes at en was not without logic. Napoleon us the truth. I have no doubt that we ed au n.... T1.,. 1...II ........ .. Rations made by hla firm. .. I rlter thereof as plastering his ...! ..n Ul' a'Jjnndred directions at once. dad been placed on his honor at Elba, shall be able to assist you." to hia foroilCad with hair oil. Many ""." ;tr.j-c3- i Walding, Klnnan & Marvin, When she had partly composed her- mini ic was visHjlo only as a uny eol'ege girls affect a bold and dash"CM smk crystals of the chandeliers but honor did not weigh with him Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, speck. , self "tlie woman" stammered out her spectroscopes, and they, too, when ambition was concerned. "With the crack of the bat the run- ing stIe, artistic In a certain rouh Ohio. vfiaxs'oi f?n various colored waves. but horridly illegile. spoke for those who story, with the aid of much prompt- ner on second had started for home, smmetry, Charles Hall'a Catarh Cure Is taken Internc I2lxeii 3c a somewhat different f.iton-Napoleon's detention In Eng- ing from her companion. and he crossed the plate before the This discourages all correspondence, ally, acting directly upon the blood "I am a widow, a color sergeant In as diffraction grat-Vr- land when he wrote to Southey: "AftTd7 act not ball began to Buck Ewlng. Cin- both of business and friendship. and mucous surfaces of the system. but is prisms, but the effect Is er all. Honaparte Is a fine fellow, ns the Welsh Grays my husband was. I cinnati's first fall. It remains true that a clear and Testimonials sent free. baseman; McPhee, who Price. 75c srmsSr) name. When light goes my !).irlwr snjs. and I should not mind let lodgings In the town. There was a played second, posand 'Germany Smith, shapely handwriting Is per bottle. Sold by all Druggist. JatUk a prism the red waves are less Uaudlng bareheaded at his table to gentleman called Colonel -- Slorrlsh the short" top. nil gathered between sible means by whchlthe best to give a boanled ln my bouse nigh on six Take Hail's Family Pit s for con3WaeTtTit ot their course than the service to him In hLs fall. Tliey j do pay me as soon as first and second awaiting for the hall stranger an Imprcslon of force of stipation. T5v orange less than the yellow. I should have given him Hampton court months: snld he'd to drop. Wllmot sped around the character, mental orderliness, rvff vjfc )esn tban tlie green, the of Kensington, with a tether extending his dividends or sometbln' came ln at i bases at top speed and passed third as control, and capacity i the half year. Tongue-Twiste- r. for skilled u iirjn xue ome, lue uiue ieis forfv xnttet round London." fljw Lamb the ball fell Just Inside the triangle of work. It wins friendship by faclll- "I managed to hold out and gave Try this on your vocal organ. Sar fMoai zz. snaigo ana tne inuigo less whimsically .suggested that If Napowaiting Intlelders. It tffaBu t violet The result Is that leon remained in England the people him the good table as be was accus"The ball struck 4ie hard earth of tatlng the labor of ail who must , "Aover neveral time, and say It faat Tatoetl vjx white light, with all Its might some day eject the Brunswick tomed to. though It meant owing the rat ran over the roof with a lump The teacher who strh'es the base line and bounded blgh In the read lt. of raw liver in nls mouth." when it entered In his favor, and the government took landlord. Hut I'd do anything to have air, Ewlng having to wait 'tjiwt to de- patiently for this end Is equipping for lt the gentry In my house." comeii 5ir 3rca.foler. out In beautiful the suggestion seriously. pupils wth one of the most val"The prosperous" murmured sympa- scend a second time before he could her sMaaraftt. t Now that Napoleon Is safely dead thetically. Rnpels Attack or Death. make the throw home. Wllmot slid uable of the every day business gifts. . .Bwpjtar effect Is produeeil by the i such a fear seems absurd, but Napo- "Five years ago two doctors told "Just before the sir months wan up around the plate and was safe, having AiortS e of a mirror or the facets alive, anil, lu view of be said he'd have to come an' stay at won the game with a home run un an was Glorious News me I had only two years to live." ijffrii 'tint of cut glass glittering on a Ileon fact, thengovernment was no safe In this hotel to meet one of the directors Intleld fly. a feat which has never been comes from Dr. J. T. Curtlss, Dwsiht, This startling statement was made saying. "I should worry!" Cleveland who was going to pay him his money. duplicated In professional baseball." Kan. Ho writes: "I not om'y have by StUluian Green. .Malachite, Col. Titf; 4yauty of Jewels depends upon Plain Dealer. An' now they tell me that there never cured bad cases of eczema id my pa- "They told mo I would die with Every spclrscoplc powers. tivn wns no one here by the name of ColoTo Move Picture. tients with Electric Bitters, but also vaattpfoa-tn- t wibstance has its own "in-it- c It was up to mo then tu Bovine Signal Service. People who stand their family por- cured myself by thorn of the same try the best lung nel Morrlsh. And and the bailiffs rC vfnctlou," which means its medicine and I Before the decisive battle at Ishtlb come Into my bouse this mornln', an' traits against the walls while packing disease. I feel sure they will benefit jjwutl.w jwwer of turning light waves i began to use "Dr. King's New Disin Ingenious method of signaling on they'll take all my furniture for the and unpacking their household goods any case of eczema." This shows wha oufirc 'JTU" diamond, as the king of covery, lt was well I did, for the enemy was discovered E- l- I owe the landlord." pirt cause a great deal of broken glass, thousands have proved, todaf. vejhw. ,rip!flses this power In the high-.- . ' the the of tun that Elec- I am working and believe I my by A cowherd was talc-- i Sen "Twelve pounds!" repeated the mili- senitches and dents. The first thing rtfcyj.iv1 Calling the refractive tric Bitters Is a most effective blood life to this great throat and lung cure Ing the cows out to pasture on a hill tary looking man. lie hesitated and to be done when moving Into your new itX sir t W, that of glass Is from camps. He then fumbled In his pocket. "Well, home should be to h.iug the pictures purifier. Its an excellent remedy for that has cheated the grave jf anto Its density, Inlfway between the two "MB tto 171. drove them about, sometimes two to- dash It. here is 2 toward It." And any place ln order to get thetn out of eczema, tetter, salt rheum, ulcers, other victim." Its folly to suffer with 'jrtllhr-'Sijt- f Is 1M7. of the diamond gether, then one at a time, then three, his voice was gnilTer than ever. the way without waiting to choose a bolls and running sores. It stimu- coughs, colds or other throat and "WtMH yropity alone furnishes a thus lonveylng information to the BulHe glared fiercely at the meek little scheme of arrangement 'This will lates ller, kidneys and bowels, ex- '.lung troubles now. Take the cure" ct delecting the genuineness of ctw .irjiroittfl Taking advantage of its garians as to the position and strength man by his side, who promptly began prevent a great deal of breakage aud pels poisons, helps digestion, builds that's safest. Price 50 cents and $1.00. the fumbling process to cover his con- other damage. New York Telegium. up the strength. Price SO cts. Satis- Trial bottle free at all druggists. 1att. rvraetlve power and Mhaptug Its ' of the Servian battalions fusion. faction guaranteed by all druggists. invert Jivonllngly. the Jeweler can Others fumbled, too. and at the end Marvelous Rooistance of Water. Checkers. Only OnceT vxxrij hiyw; the brllllam-- of a dla- If any, medicines, Excerpt from an interview with aiw.tfyijroper cutting. He can bring lt u Wvrti VMn to Impart to a of a couple of minutes the 12 was Checkers Is said by some to be a very Few,tbo unifrom success havo met that has visitor to town, printed in an exof water in Inch in thlclyiess there. old game, while others declare It to be with .lbuul jwt.Tiil reflections that make ""tnko It. sir. I- "of comparatively modem origin. attended the use of Chamberlain's change: "The velocity of time and "3nrrjjjs blaze iih If Its atoms were nil sutllclent velocity the most powerful "Madam. don't talk like a fool!" Whence It came Is absolutely un- Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem- the friction of years will never eraso bombshells would be Immediately aJlirr. military looking man. known. The game la also called edy. The remarkable cures of colic the pleasure of tif colors lu an opal Is stoppisl In their lllght when they came thundered the this visit. The many Into contact with It. It would offer "Run homo and pay out those bail- drafts, and there are many varieties and diarrhoea which lt has effected pleasant rides and kisses from my rursu tlie exlsteui-- of Invisibly English. Polish. Span-Ish- . In almost every neighborhood have once sweet girl friends will ever linof fWvJivH, which split up the light the same resistance us the steel armor iffs." Italian aud Turkish. It Is also given mrm ami ncatter their hues In dell. of the most modern battleship. Lonit a wido reputation. For esj'.e ger with me." Late that evening ln a room In the found among the native tribes of the don Strand Magazine. raJr. 4dirmiilgled rainbows. by all dealers. tu. poorer quarters of the town "the wo- interior of New Zealand. ?ftnYs "hid lieeu doing these things The Implicit confidence that many man" was fingering the sovereigns. Taking Their Turn. m 3Wj-.utit"f yen is lu plain sight f people have la .Chamberlain's Dictated By a Schoolmaster. "That's ten quid to the good, anyHie Faith. Testing "Why station a policeman beside this brtlarr mn finind out that he could how!" she said complacently. "Where In refusing to adopt the provision Cholera and Diarrhoea Remody U Uncle Well, Bobby, what did you prlmilple on which she acteil park bench?" shall we try next?" learn' at school today? Bobby I learn- for a countervailing duty the Senate founded on their experience in the "It Is newly painted." tunswrswr the ecrets of the universe. "Don't know, old girl. But 1 was ed that the world Is round aud turns give notice to all the use of that remedy and tholr knowl"He can't keep people from testlnff TSstT.'' CUkrly nKe Is giving us many thinking of Brighton." on binges, like that globe ln the li- world that the United States market edge of the many remarkable cures valuable hints which we are fresh paint." It was the military looking man wbo brary. Uncle Well, whut do you think is to. be given away without any re- of colic, diarrhoea and dysentery that "No. but ha can keep 'em In line." xillli 4eo stupid tu understand. Oarrett auswered. London Answers. of that? Bobby I think, uncle, they turn whatsoever. For example, Ca- it has effectod. For Bre by all deul-er- s. Kansas City .lourual. J?t. rarv.ks In .Spokane Spokesmun-Ite- are asking me to believe a good deal nada may ship all her natural prom. Appropriate. for a small boy. St Paul Ploueer-Pres- s. ducts across the border without pay-lu- g Cause of His Anger. "Did you bear that that poor fellow Explains a Mystery. Untrustworthy, "Why Is he so bitter at the girl be a penny of Tariff duties, and yet wbo lost both his legs In an automo"It has always been my Ides," reWwt3;lafi 1 refuswl that man, ne's was only recently eugageil to?" may continue to Impose reatrlctons marked to go Into poliInsult to Injury, the Man on the Car, "that uafl oanlif o rru f ." "Because when she sent the ring bile accident lutends -"Mrs. Wombat Is highly indignant" upon the export of print paper, pulp something Jostled Nature's fcy 1 you way that?" back she libeleil the hoi 'Glass With tics?" elbo". "No. How can hii without a leg to wood and pulp, and may maintain he: when she was pouring "Her house was robbed. I hear." the seed Into ""SIi vowed ho would pine away aud Care!' " Llpplncutfs stand on?" against the Importation the watermelon." "Yes, and the next night the burglars own Tariff 4Hhe y I turne.1 hi in down, and now "Oh. be expects to go on the stump." brought back her silver pluted ware." of farm products, timber products an'l 'eari Aow fat ho bus grown." Misery In Store. Judge. Pittsburgh Post. If you knew of the real value of paiper, Every country lu the world Is "Ifnte aays she Intends to marry Mr. at liberty to practice Tariff dlscrim-(natio- Chamberlain's Plunks to reform hhn." Liniment for lame When you know a thing, maintain Pleasures mike nue soft and lazy, that handicap our axp'f s. back, soreness of the muscles. sDralnl XMt; Is ft garden, every thought hi a "What I his that you know It; when you do not but not happiness. Happiness is ata There Is no penalty. Every country and rheumatic pains, you woufd never "He's a good de il of a miser." Bos- iclcnowledge- your Ignorance. usatstl. And what wo sow we reap. Watch bracing as sea air. ton Transcript may dump Its surplus production on wish to be without it. For sale by '.flmwiirilem. the American market without let or all dealers. u. 3EEJRETS Lions and Crocodiles Are In a Class by Themsslves. Man eating lions have ulways been fairly common In East Africa. The most noted but fur from exceptional case was tint of the two nmti cater which for a tlmu stopped the building of the Uganda rillro.id by their rav Tht A CLEVER SWINDLE Working the Game at an English Watering Place. No Satisfactory Proof aa to the Origin of the Nam Exists. There ha been lunch rllricusslon concerning the origin of the word lu the- past, which ha, moreover, as yet ended In no very satisfactory conclusion Some very bi zarre explanations had been propound-- , ed before the time of Ooethe, who was himself forced to own to the musician ' 1S20. "1 ! Zelter In a letter of No cannot give any definite answer to the question. 'Whence come the uatue LOUISVILLE I Poultry Supply Co, 305 East Market Street lc LOUISVILLE, KY. and original poultry the house south keep SUPPLIES aT!; l,-- re T-u- Write Price List. QGQQQQQQGG&QGQQQGQQQQ&X&& e , I d y or-aa- dec-seas- y Js-ni-- J ,tl.,.l ,... i--! r" ..-(.- U r',.n' . type-written.- sl-ve- m tu I a9 3i. J izssTS&si1 J,, ll, - iii r atk-tt- Free-Trad- vrtr .. ap-tne- Ito-wa- -- ., ' tw I tr-r- ..!. m,i. " s "..."" a""v wins-Am- prln-"iwfc- -- ta rjlw -- -- J J ou I "I-I-- can't e ml-mt- a C! imw-sSo- t- Free-Trade- rs vlr - '"fc-s- - eaaaWSWPaasaTeisr m RAISING FALL BEHOLD A NEW AGE ! LITTERS. 4M4e)e)e)fr.. A PLAN FOILED By ESTHER VANDEVEER I fl A .FARM SALE! FOR One of the best farms in Ohio county, concultitaining 102 acres. All cleared and ALREADY DAWNS Rec- Pastor Russell Addresses 4 vation, except 8 acres, which are in timber and enough to keep up farm for many years. 175 good bearing fruit trees; good four room cottage; good cellar, Avith 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. 4 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 X to McHenry, seven miles to Hartford. One-ha- lf mile to Providence church; one mile to mile to Central Grove church; three-fourtmile to Stony Lone Star church; Point school house. Best reasons for selling. Price is extremely low, considering the quality of the land and its splendid location and surrounding one-ha- lf hs n; one-ha- lf 4 market For further particulars, call on or write BARNETT & FOSTER, HARTFORD, KY. COURIER - JOURNAL : For 1313. You can not keep posted on current events unless you read the COURIER- - JOURNAL LOUISVUJ.K, Ky. HENRY WAT ERSON, Editor WEEKLY COURIER-JOURNA- L AND HARTFORD REPUBLICAN Both One Year for - $1.50. t ! Regular price of Weekly Courier-Journ$1.00 a year. We can also make a special rate on Daily or Sunday Courier-Journaal X i ! l in combi- i X nation with this paper. To Get Advantage of This f' t Cut Rate, Orders Must Be Sent to Us, Not to Courier-Journa- l. Not the oldest not Martin Borland, u man of wealth, the but tht? having lost his wife, mnrrlcd ugaln. STRONGEST in aur- The new connection was especially unThe Wonders of the Patt Century plus security to poliejr ? fortunate for him nnd his only child. They Are Foregleamt of '. holders. Mildred, who was sixteen years old at Messiah's Kingdom The Blessings "& Highest ratio of as- the time of her father's second marPromised For Thousands of Years ' riage. Mrs. Borland was no sooner setstoliabilitiesamongr Are Upon Us Already In Them, married than she Inld a plan to secure all the established life Greater Wonders Are Coming Scrip her husband's fortune. He was suffer insurance companies ii ture Prophecy Fulfilling Evolution ing from an Incurable disease when Theory Incompetent and Unwise. America. Everything:. she married him, nnd this enabled her X Lift Up Your Heads and Rejoice. absolutelyguaranteed. to work her plan more easily. T No estimates. Her first move was to make the Memphis, Tcnn., bouse so unpleasant for her stepdaughSeptember 21. X ter that she was forced to leave It and t'antor 11 us se 11 go to live with mi aunt. This enabled should carry a guaran- mldressed two her to have her husband to herself, larpe uml deeply teed policy in t h i nnd us soon ns his daughter bad gone s Interested strong company. !$ the stepmother begnn n systematic hero today, iU, Mew-phi- s nagging upon her husband to compel one in the him to mnke a will leaving bis proper-- , Auditorium, W.R.HEDRICK, - llartfw. ty to her. capacity seating Had Mr. Borland been in good health five thousand. We t& A. S. TANNER, - Owensfcw. ho might have withstood her prodreport one of his ding: but. affected ns he was with a from discourses PASTOR RUSSELL)' nervous disease and made a virtual the topic. "The prisoner by his wife. It was not long Golden Ace of fV'-- ' Prophet nml Foot." Ills test was, "Ho before he broke down under the strain A. MX "SZSi nnd signed n will leaving all his posthat sat upon the Throne said. BeHAVE YOUR SUITS' hold, I mal.'o nil things new." Iteve-latlo- u sessions to her. except some swamp 21:0. lands that were nearly worthless. Prcvlotfs to bis marriage Borland The promise of n Sew Day has long had willed everything he owned to been before God's people In the Hihle, Mrs. Borland knew of this said the Pastor. It was hinted to our Mildred. will and would have forced It from t first parents, six thousand years ago. WRm$im!mMMmMimm3 that eventually the Seed of the woman her husband that she might destroy it, Repairing and should-brulsthe serpent's head. This GIVE but it was In Mildred's keeping. The Tlin I'M PLENTY OP OIIEEN FEED. Is understood to mean that Satan's ing only thing that Jezebel could do was power will be crushed, nml mankind pigs. Hogs, and especially young ones. to torture her husband into making Ladies work delivered from sin and death. do not do so well when they sleep on another in her own favor. As Mr. A still more explicit promise was the ground ns when they sleep on a Borland grew worse his wife kept evmade to Abraham "In thy Seed shall dry floor, or at least this has always ery one from him except his physician Hats Cleaned nil the families of the earth be blessbeen my experience, nnd an occasional friend, her brother Repaired. ed." For centuries Abraham's posterimy floors not more than six giving as a reason that the invalid I prefer ty wnlted for Messiah. The Prophets inches from the ground, as wheu they was not in a condition to see any one. Work called of Israel foretold the coming King of are higher they may be too cold when She realized that Mildred's friends 3 David's line, who would be n Priest, the weather Is extremely cold. her father's death might advise after after the order of Mclchtzedec. money, but tbey her to try to break the will, but the Of course floors cost Club $1.00 Kveu Jesus' disciples, who recogniz- soon make It back In extra gains In schemer relied upon her being able to ed Him ns the "Sent of God," were the pigs' weight. The quarters of cut off any proof that any undue In)' ,. . 1IIU1IIII. f disappointed that His Kingdom was small hogs should be separate from fluence had been brought to bear on not Immediately revealed. Still the those of the big hogs, for pigs never the testator. Sbe changed the servHartford Pressing Gl&v prophecies respecting Messiah's King- do so well when permitted to sleep in ants frequently in "order that they dom were repeated and amplified In a heap with large ones. might not get an Inkling of what she Y. M. C. A. Btbo..- Jesus' parables, and finally In the To be sure, there Is usually some bnd was doing. She once a week IntroRevelation which He cave His Church. weather In the fall, but we usually duced Into the sickroom friends of HARTFORBr-Kt- f"Arise, Look Around Thee." have It as bad and worse in the early ber husband, but never permitted any ess The Pastor tbeu declared that after spring. In the fall, between showers, of them to remain alone with him a nil these centuries of waiting, God's the pig may be filling his tank with moment. people are awakening to a realization such green feeds as be likes If tbey At last Borland died. His wife proof the fact that we nre living in the have been provided. If they have not duced the will he bad made in ber favery dawn of the glorious epoch. Blessbeen provided he runs out in a dry vor, and a lawyer to whom sbe bad Anb CURE LWNKS ings have come down like a gentle lot. squeals, does not grow, and then paid a large retaining fee stood ready -- r i i rr . r i n T i 11 shower, so quietly that we scarcely usually the cry is, "Fall pigs don't to enforce It against any demands that the pay." realized that earth has entered might be set up by poor Mildred, who F. 1 Times of Restitution, foretold by St. While the pigs are on the peas and bad not a cent in the world to proseVNNWVB fte 3:19-21- . Tet cts rape plow up their winter lota and sow cute with- - and no one to take an "InSc'wvi.rt " iw Many nre still asleep. Some are con- rye. ,m terest in her case. n fused. Others, having lost faith in the Soon after ber father's deaths MJIThis will be a good, rich soil for rye. ' Bible, seek a solution along the line of and It will grow rapidly and very rank. dred asked permission of ber stepmotli-- ' evolution, claiming that a Nature God It will not take a very large lot or a er to take away a few belongings she' operates by blind force, under a law few small ones to afford plenty of bad left there. She was permitted toM HP All, TWOtTAWD J.UIW1 of the survlvnl of the fittest. Surely pasture all winter and until rape Is do so, was denied nothing .she claimthey overlook the fact that there were again ready In the spring. This will ed and went nwav withia"'boxful bf GTTABAMTBJMflATiaPAC great characters in the past with keep the pigs growing, if they have odds and ends, among ttieni a fcrw'i lOK'soinnfeHasumNHBB whom few today may be compared good quarters. books. On getting thenVto "ber 'home Shakespeare, Socrates, St. Paul, Mosea she looked them overUearfully before and others. putting them away, gome of tbebooks The Bible Explanation Better. she had loved whom a child.- - sOne..-of SHIPPERS. FOR POULTRY The Pastor declnted that the Bible these she took up; and was re.ndlnjp.n explains that the woudcrs of today are fnmlliar passage;lwb.pulsl)e,jHotl(;wJaii , Don't scald your poultry. foreglcams of Messiah's Kingdom and daub on n w;ord.,a Turulpg Don't ship unless properly Us' blessings; and that we nre In the she. noticed aijptbqr.dauU on .another cooled. day of Jehovah's Preparation for the word. A .few n:u;es farther wns still Don't kill fowls right out of Kingdom of His Son. He pointed out 2 another. lurnlng' oy;f tluhavc. stie the field or bnrn yard. numerous signs of the times; as forefound the "book" full of these dauWthut-J Don't fall to keep them peuued told by the Prophet. Daniel 12. had evidently lieeu made' with dlffeY-eu- t up at least three days. substiUice&j'ScnitiiiMirs4 thelu This prophecy Is noteworthy, not Don't ship to market without only because Daniel was a Prophet I them closely, ,sle Piuuf that o.tue-Ice (except In extreme cold might Imc',beetl'mar1e "wltftii'ilrop of greatly beloved of the Lord, but beweather). VLZZKiJB&LXi u berry, cause the Redeemer nttcsted its genucoffee. sonio'Wfth'theJuicc-o- f mimmm Don't ship poor stock. iirid on one-sineness. In Ills declaration to Daniel much of the suhtuhee 1. immMkri CViirfh w .JZ o Don't expect more than mar- God has wonderfully described ourduy had been left that she was-abl- e to ' NotningT3''mbro InfciAtlnr js ' In few words. .The many running- to J ket price. examine it closely and surmised it to o 8the 'noma tTaaiiJ clir. Tittujia'--ta -i Don't feed tho night before und fro could seemingly refer to noth4 t- -. be nottito. ' m'A .Dy xswz killing. ing else than the wonderful traveling iTA 1... Shc .tried to f i Jifiht. insuro hllrnb r.KVM.. til k Mildred -- WHS .puzzled. I Is u feature of our day and no feed comment which Don't fall lo "clean 'without a Ulclscr' dovin't.'. remember from what room sbo had r the. last drop. Ifnnslva7tfcf , , other. vhllo fattening. taken ft, hu( could not do so. A suscruae oil rcflued to" pOrJcpttan f picion came tp her that these dapjis Pastor Russell then discussed mod-itiDon't fail to write jour dealer" vuaia .11? (iiuiL7 mau'iiiu- ..1...- wagon kind paves , might mean something.' .Two- woqls., transportation and educational fa. for shipping tags. 6aves WORK SaVes 'Jis ' . Don't fall to deal with' respon dlltles as signs of the dawning of the that were daubed "wife and "VI1I" Your dealer has SOLlTHtJE-.i New Dispensation the in barrels direct tram-- ' iuc 1 directed this Husplt'ltiu. 'tfhe wiote the sible linns. Farm Journal. " .... Messianic Kingdom ml woftls rinwuMii the order in which they.h -- . ' . 1 came, tult they Were a Jumble". If they Art- - gr.. n rut-Daniel's next statement Is that the llUirt h(Hm (liuiUfd'to tell something the unwise amongst God's people shall ' ............ ...I... I.a.l 1I1. .... 4l..t Market the Waste. r t.l. .ll.l.l 11".. IJV?I.Slll, vmliau tiL.llU.tlfU UVin'IIUVI 1lll' derstand, said the l'astor ICducntlonnl LocIsvtlleiBL .Many Items on tin farm, such us b.YU able; to Ibid ennery 7H worls j . advantages. Bibles In ovwry language 11111 null, nuiuii eep tho cetcbrated; "XVo wi. for the. Hippos'. ii.inii.7 ivet , and leisure for study are favorable to otlil-i-' Carb" Anttj Ol!,--J tfilWrs which' ultchen and 4 4 lieu o'u'ue,u qui tlielr understanding. All over the the not sell.v 'Und - :r good outline worus sue,. will uu.l besun trying to firiVsrtl world, classes of liiblo students arc hog. forming, regardless of denominational through the riK,, tIom hq that they' would nietin ' . Several tunes' she cave up THC' ' linos nnd prejudices. The wise, trimthe pu.zle. but nlwnjs returned to It. ming their Bible lamps nnd having OF THE' 'HIVE; THE mmmml . She iiiado cerruln Aehtences. but found ih A&HIUK them well supplied with the oil of the ! ifothliux "liitelllxlblii for the Whole.!' Holy Spirit, are understanding things See that nil Wonlesr have -- . ' Finally .she hit niton two words rmy" f "hilk'irrwl. Tdo lattf.'. ' hidden from past nges nml genera- fore or. m bcHlunJpK-twhlch.- i De wintered tions. t 4 Still another sign of the New Age dewilled blvts after uitiiiy tr.uisjHi.mo;iiA. ql'yd tjbo Zlit bM lO rtT 1 1 use wiih this: pir.le. t clared to Daniel wnH, "There shall bo A hive of bees- will srippljiiaU the NPT, Jlv Ife .14. Iwlilliifc' uw a prisoner. I n Tituo of Trouble such us never was honey iJeofltf. rfnde" besides. cuntipt qopijiJipfcatV, wijipany one exceptj ,SQUD there was a nntlou." The Pastor rfbllenlzoitlM fruit: Sotliluft paSH-lJo- tsince lina forced tiiol did not dwell upon this sad feature., Pie in h. small way.mj to iiuike a. will In her fuvor. It Is not my. v ANV5 but regretted that unprepnredness for-- A A"une'Ietiilves. from twto five lust will and tcUanutnt That Instrument MOTHER whom Is PJSe3-.yb--tGod's mercies nnd blessings marie, t It yjeut, Wurkers; f -name; 2 dajto t uhV air - propertj'. necessary. The Redeemer mentioned" alx uuoaihji. ..SQUoja, more, wim ,110 dat6 ot. signature. Trouble, which .ye .see" this Time of -t a ,s .j Mldred"s theory wiwithat W.tlier. looming up on every side nnirj threat-- ' " itlianve 4.aMNrel.t4ijaJojnbiindijnt)vl. hail iiuiiiuged to Uecp: tbo boo.lf near.- - irFot. pbni6rti Vtfdc.y enlng the very foundations of tjiat. tlie Uallnn.bees.do work. Jn qnCI; ylnjn JjIs meals, yens foujjht. political, social und religlbTis. r.ulce I denca laVelltetotIw price yuiAy;JaitliJaa raqreutjiL red Jpver"fl,uu leTiIaeK .to UUUihaa usetllts.ofjpou u tjeUjOij 'notveLaemUeiqctiuluef rcfln , a 21:28. t book Jfo n uees, anajocrciure uiai iue,v po uu.r :Vfadl. flhe,irldl, Knowledge of God's Gtory.t "i "iln "hir ciiRe lb tho A prominent featurc.ujiet'tedwlth V nd - bjr ifeltlfill ' mamfiremJiit 111 Wiltll II llllN II Tf III III nilllLTL'U .rA- - 'couits'-n, KH: the New Age will Ue tbe,Jla..luKiof nbt'seVeftil" plei-e"ST mes-- ' j Wpci of Blmriai-- - 8ii?Ce5l(slrf it. y Gciefc5 f iI I . Satan, who has deceived jiotir; humanerlileiu'e."'Thiv ease- fnifcies--- ' K6 coier naixe ncceptwl-ai- 1 i I TWA I ITMIr I r ipaterln) ovef'bruSd ity for six thousand ygnrs. .Confiuunl lo time Sirs- - 'J nVedeM"- I,liif'slionld"le rxHuded drnscTsl a huiblrerrind ly hns he mlsri'prttsetwjo'd'ij charac, ;ii el ' Otarsct lient Borla!Kr'HrWytJ.TtrHI to compro-i- : fin inn ter and Plnn. nu'Vp, to,t(uni.innn)sl'nd ilrr- - hVnl1r ll iliitiMIW.O'dV. cJjpjpl n.dtlPeil. lnmti rtliL W away from God Ijoar'npd, dread, siild JiAw4S rovlde-'he-ntIf ncjtsled nndca.AVlndnw ber to hiour. aniJpriu9jflr-,.MOthjuj:the Pastor., Thus he has lillnded their unuw n, )vw$mm w? oiueu rei- k In P.4VV br door openedilU tba twW will W. bd'rf glorious. pbfidiies.'hdw( minds lo G teibipuju jUi'b tem shining In' tuV "Redeemer's e'llhrne.er ply Vcntllfttluu nrid validating "th one.beld lir ?ll', If ycyi wutnMwJnwchliici'imtwiv; jiurntun m .. J l rmrliiliiltriitiilofUebfroro-vuLnud lu the pWmrses of the Bible."- ' J" nurckiuo. dred. bif-ge- st ord Crowd at Memphis. With Ripht Care They May Be Made Very Profitable. A sulwi-Hieof the iown Iloincstend whose attitude Is favorable to the practice of raising fall pigs writes as follows: I find that i make ns much money from my full litters ns I do from the Kprlug litters, and now Is the time of year to be thinking of the fall Utters. Sows must lie bred early enough in the summer u that they will not go Into winter before the pigs nie fnrrowed. Winter pips should have the same cure ns full pigs, of nurse, but therein not have the advantage of the fall p.tstuic or forage ns do curlier pigs. Owing to this I dn not tliinU winter pigs are u profitable to raise us are spilug. sum incr of fall pig. I Tho greatest dlsailvniit-ighave ever found to fall or winter plrs s the ipnirtcis. Pigs of tiny age do not do well If compelled lo sleep lu a straw pile, out of doors or lu a muddy shed or damp lied. Thee (oudltloii. nre especially detrimental to .wiuug r V Security Lift Insurance I OlI J J jt YOU audi-elite- II v , Pa WmmM?&'& mWw$m$i80B mmaJmrnNQiiSFWx Cleaned i Presses Dye neatly done. give's special attention. as5: delivered. foraiul' rate ' jtar,; t KlLTHCaUCf the n wTHllr Kintr' er.-A- -- -' mosaisijama IWW "JbP iy OlSCfllKf jbe-'jiae- of -- 5i.l iv 11 vf CfTi i, - illOJ-iJZT- d . 1'-..- Hi -- e .t, ti"U-vUt.te- J I Miim-thln;;- m Bltli. L inei-iis'le-- It-I- s rarww j Djf I'l'l'l'l' c GeW-ftreM- otit-doo- r - ttie'-'famlf- y m HOME sf4l8MVjtu iii-J- jid-jda-"! V-e- ;- -- nj r ' wAlAUTibYA!tm l.fWiVV.-V'llrf'H- '.ft.---?.--- ?" s '' ci'fl,ri-HlC!n.l- lliirf.-.iAn6- Jtlib-e..- J - ' : . j t: . 1. i 1 i I .t . , I , ''' f . I Tta"NfwHmroWnff"M4h'MP.n IImW'K . j tf rt&r&vrd ZZzwatozL. SUf. nr K 5-S-: SMUMTZiKiL ' " vr! tnw ro'Mnet yofccx i J. """" "" vr - lcm ,t.t1' i t aetw sta" mam- - twnifiiKc mm stit. -- . 1 fttrK. :ZW jt tteec llurrr Mill m fetfftt te liwnlii ii1." " fa J WiMfcSW- - V i ; f i - "T .r M. """"" Alt . r. ! Wmmwtmm. rvw J wgFw te rrvt. i miffiBiir fmr a 42r"n? Hr rsiS? A- .. : Q 1 0 14144W Kyr lOt TO mV6&HH& Xilii1i'''ll''1 " " IS KSsK&st, Whs ri tSP ".! iV T?5,ih'7 -- 1 Mqltt telT i M Of ss ! .. MNM m m urn. 1 l 'N 4BS X sii isbdK. as .n- -, lHr, .:.,-..-- 5T:"Vj& "?S5 ?r33Q t; lar. ssifc 'irif 3 2at '511 Hdh m -- . . - 3i ie Jl ' Sj, - jSMkMB 4S? Ifc- - I'M1 " '"I Ladies' Misses' and Coat Suits, Cloaks, Skirts, Dress Goods and Siiks. r V - JMAt I arr jUI vet M lfl tr L tuft JIWJPW Ml' iltft ! e- "a ffuUij mflur H" irftk-r- - All Id, Ready For Business 7 "7 - ii ' o1 'tie tf ' ea "i' WBt MtJ1 ftltftt 'If-- mt 'ut r u a ' s Pi2fL- - UiwStf jf i mi ' i..ild iMPiDV llfl V tiMrC 1 TV 11 Are a coBctios st."le-xnai.- er- ?0I)8 WEARING 2SvE3 THINCS ibe -- FOR WOMEN tf- c- aron---r of strjes ss onsiiiaittD an issscfec i vorlds most famous 4Pwjii"nn'' Mupm ur "!" l- av- - tn v- -t- i. -i wtt. - Jrui-i- (nat r ir tw jb. i: wpmk is. in. trr lsMt '. IbilAi Jt MST S Trfiurvti. muru 8 ilvr - be est manufacturers in this Las been considered "oni the point of srrk. i)in couafry- - Not oafc "e orefer not to sell a cus-last -- v3! contdbme Io liie satisfaction of our cisrenrtss. tomr at a! than for Ber io hz cnssadsaei Novr, LriTtis. we have the very Coat Siat Qoak. Skirt Dress Goods ox Silks toh ittiel. TLese soods nave beea satstcc e2ijs2g g X X 0 CS lr --- 7 Vatvafoua. c wrtia coviic fgtt it na&t vZ si-, nzx in. myr- - At least it aH --- -- "iM do you good io look at our weadug -- i5arel for Women and tiuWriati. WwL iuauv-rr&r- rj 5 TW1C VJMig Ifc- - 3tfif3ex jopik t ttCKUup arm. if -t "LKiaiMv uiic Tj? IT lxt r.vritffc raj-- - 4st s e ask vou io doT COME AND LOOK. r J ? M: vwittc- - tau; wwit - Kir j-t- T if: t ,., r "la- - Tgv--. as: ..iij - ttrjrfWt liKBL isai" al vofliC aXivrC it- jac v- tMtijjr itxuibi'- - nor iK wIUr yovur. at yr iaairt iUjft u.f T&rtlfA. iUK iil?tjek IC 5lr ac'Ji. t lit J- v ur y" isiJt!xJljT& Hb' tJa-O ygg-pfr;- ktftr ! g ..?M'jq. &? !.?& "Tii- ai- - wi' asrr asrs ipPr;aM'!SC W aiJoi t -- ilia. wxvjva-- tid: tt 5JJ. ,jy-. aj-iv- su-s- tr Tiic, anc rat tie?' isat Ui- iso. at--t -- E. F. BARNES & BRO. v at y . 1uU.wt ilia- - avrt-aucci- oi i. trwr volts uf -- s-r .jumfc. -- st it 3? Beaver riWrtn: oi!iC Dm, -- Ky. cicktcu ht 3- - 0 ' --- VSai2ir& TS IKC IiiJ J- tT't "ij?fe4-ai- ,MliK, i! Jrzat w rjvutni. isit totmisvc yawt. ai. tf JieiibVjrr as ti- num. assr te- - vr. .tf BIIJJONS SPENT IN SMOKE AND DRINK - Cra. raid ti rsnc cit r cr ji ti emit ct ir Asati. trt 1k- , Kotjce lot Ditch Letting. ' Ji Slit mmxHK. intiinrrj io a. order W tie Ohio Coart. a lb rtlaa of Go. t fiZisj? out fjv,z jsUiiiUirU f Ajrair itrsvyrrmcmsvrYJTm . r A. & at. for & pubj- - ut?r tjumrjtt. Tie Vubsxi ini&e prv Iwtr lic disc!: or drain.actioa szxkTtlcnnl Vi crv urf 4.W,tttH' wurttrt "r. Lb rEOTTBfm Cost of CctJ 2Jid tiiOrt nut jrtJ)uUcjtrt' lit- fcajfw It Otio Cosaty Board of Drainage --iiit2 linn tf l2 ait Ihix liitarrrra,ct: ot-t- r will 00 XoaiaT. eed- txii rjjx fUmkzx f. tutxuuc tiliier ruuiuIitsunEX IrutcwfcJ. r.1. 6ti &.v-j 16 'elock a. a. at the ita Cut era: jajriUi uT tiit- - Bitui com boat tfoor la Hartford. Ken- CtgyyTTwii,. ltr wutDu is tnK oat ijii tw. rarkj". reC to ta TWV tK aad root jt,? nrwirifi! 7Vt Wf!?t ' S" OsliTFt: rtiBC tiit -i "WittOi Tct - OLJrt!Irfsti'sr iw trt lu lirf! tro;le btj") VtrtrnW MKI'' autH MV" rtiorrib bkMr. ti ooasan:ction rr fV. tSnij stl fV a j4Aivi ' Hiif Cos: of ICtisUrrrrg tiw: who a ' mrnr w Cu Mw fir I ii!Kiw:diErt tr Clue a. itj lsid- jiojtt jut zit o;inir oc one Sxli rur GotcnDKC iixrraut ilia taxvwy &- - iiew ikcue-j- . t Ttt wbetU oj lafia-ir- y ad diica lfia.R aproxiaat'lv (long t, vo Jif all iiiciori. iurm. rtm t.io4r tfi xuuinlitaKrirc ftfwtiiTil-- p ?;T.1 th ane aa. po vnacj, Cv j & -, to becom- ItZUMZl Zfc&pIsOTt loUuoea. affl aaraR, 1S,aad urt- BjwuCtir icu ttivy.fej: w ViWMzx i- - Sin Xowar y; .Mum-trua t .".lasiaan: iirtt '-v 4.; Butt aiuauu iut 1 i:.r .. itiAT y Ai uf ii' ran tiiw to oa wMner u rt Clerk.s ret la Jhe oyo . yac: topurv tC ZZJHft,bn 7 u, srr uT 3urt;t. Via - n;tn it. "Sxvj: 'Jut i4iij iiiuirit ut junta; aitiutT tar Uia. 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'JLi.t lit-.tr 'Aysi.H WWtM&Uu Mil ? lot driak Jl.l..O.Wi A Ut'IW'EtCVi' : . m,n a' flatlroa This at hand out of continental UnlteU State I" ztHlArU,, Ui vxlU la,thi&7,lVUrl rMSf.V tor -- Wity. nxAj. of tie cover to i (Uoii y04r 1SIS 'ymti- tt3eainb'f uaoMf-- ' Xaj gla., roaa asd other jrtroes lrisk.' tstre I no 'M 5Sf ptw Jrf tJ& lwr about $1- .e - 'km ,v uoojes vow wrms scorcai. I'tsow crufut tae. aoa,fiv,vv.w "r ice- - iir w?en worth In 193 a kvade ear- jTOf A s&od xay to bleach taadttrchiefi Iter? TMMji-ii- i ae r.urrvx r.uVfttty ititwvi z vttVtUAr. toiacro mjj j u.a ojtisw;: wti t alier . Wl H lUJM.Vi lor dars and UaJe wttn It it not coaTtiex to haaR ,:jl?Vi . ftfa'A"it1",ty 't&r&Mi1t'UiWsillrt!tx'W,.iX la t 7 V, ifjjltfVf , Jx?jj'twtaty.tea hvwJrfJ inllHon .dollar an, iWVtfffy lor tiguta.i, 157- - tfceta out of door Is to wash tfctia t?rtL , W asd Ua tiai 6ca overnUht la wa- jt&jrfj ij 4yp"- p (,,; vii or tju inuonUz. Tip M wt traa cJ to end Jjy tasco, for topics aid ciewltg 'a FOR FlETCtUR'S aad every inllt of fcr aaaff. rtctsUT! tjuty t:jy.u lAr Utisx Ut ta'rJeh a lite' crtaa of tartar MwU'wgld . Tela uae i t.m i!r. Kayaai' fjt:xt tiow tias his iea diia!TL U' trAtijj 'ij.'v..; ' Unsi i. It UvJc Ja tie tcottry. rt5Jrvt I C. u-h- L xrj. rrtvt 1 4&m Turn. .i &- - i iv -- tmi2A vwn. ,- - t'- "-- ry v"jl .- - WW itSWt UV jfit: -- tet tiL . '-iiuJ w;tj " itr i t i- iiix - - ?- -- W ii x !& wuw. w uj.Csu tit st- -'- A "-- ltni iiv wli ytn Ariua xs xi eri-rti.- 5i tA txr., . tin, . jx): ri iitt tiitf f . VI m IC-t- b f vnt. Kt,Mtf'rti, T'?a W'.XK&&'JS4'ik''f&ru AJ&-iI- 'uT , rS' it., txvlrt!eX r Vir jtrw..f w.m; rr 4., .. -. l"wC-iye5- tivj xf-ltrn-J ..t.t t.? -- tt 'j dJ cret uj n'ng. f. iitt i? "J " "" - ,vist,iB(i ..U ,t .. ar i. ic "T fnr tel f us. ". - 1 4, jy AotJr aik.W ti rMn.'s& trtre u fZi9.v-n.V- ia'j.lij-.-ailr'o- Er&rrvAr'i&t'li'i;4itL iM ' r- mitn .'; HWjS'jfc y'i?'VW5' vfi, iJ 1. n&i;ri ix tWm,j)t4 - 4aaL iu. ot'xXM 'jr t' jjJ!,7y'iityc''afc - '. tttie- - ivJr fVa r; i.nim jjlae'UtitfJ!a Wt-svsvti- casr id ,nt. .tic x- Mm .w,-u:- .fewi-Yorlt- i3 -- V ..-.v- v0i) jb dj-fVv- Jf' u: fyr rail-c&- .l i:yr Cly CASTO R A VsHllClOll t PWJlPlkyMi jwjuf,', iyyy.iyeH "''gBK. . vx wvmaiEztMjmiikk i Mr. U. S. Condlt, of route 7, HartThe Rock of Chickatnauga. ford, was a pleasant caller at this One of the greatest battles of hisoffice Thursday. tory will bo brought vlullly to mind Quite a numbrc of Hartford ncoiJc thsl month by the fiftieth anniversary will go to I.oulsvlllo Sunday on the of thu two duy'B struggle, September L. & N. excursion. 19 and 20. There wero over 120,000 Messrs. I.ee and Dave Farmer, of men on the fighting Hue of whom 'route C Hartford, were calora at The.noro ,lall ft f0llrth Nsoro klIed or Hcpubllcan offleo Thursday, and left wounded. They wcro veterans, te- an order for some sale bWs, naclous in tho highest degree, audi! ...... ........ I .. ill uuiii ,.1.1,.. Messrs. John T. Moore. W. Kred l.,l. niiim neru I.. lino Willi xr.eir colon- when tho fighting ceased. The ' Myers & Anderson, Dr. A. II. ltllcy, Casslus Co. Spalding, Hooker Wi Hams and Virgil Confederates finally gained the field, ' Elgin were pleasant cai Urs at tho Re- but tho Union withdrawal was but a few miles, to Chattanooga, the proppublican office Thursday. er objective of the Union campaign. For la lies, gentlemen and children. The very May and Mr. Forrest Mrs. Mnry It was held In the face of starvation, best in singing, dancing, music and monologue.-- . Salmon, of Utlia, Ky., wero here for seoral weeks paused licfore large f Thursday attending tho Ohio county Everything lbr tho most fastidous. relieved tho ( onfed-- , fair, and wero pleasant calfers at erate grip on the railway line of j this off Re. supil les from tho north, it via so Get jour fine ground lime stone much or a drawn battle, falling so rosk, phosphate rock, fertilizer, fann far short of satisfactory results ,to ing Implements and seeds from tho two war departments, that both u. l. u. sANunt'im, leading generals, at tho battle were 1U3. Heaver Dam, Ky. speedily rellexod, and wero thereafter Ikeop Jones' Brand Fertilizer In inconspicuous in nrmy operations, i stock at all times, any nnalsls, and By a colncdicnce Gen. George H. sell on easy terms. Wtll take no Thomas, whose memorable defense B.aved thq Union .Army, though he say, 3 pounds at one dose, rub that peM years long note less than $5.00. after thcy ha .1.? fiiiimandcd but one of the theer quarter of her bag well with a mix- conic invisible to ordinary tclescop ess- W. E. III.US, corps, was lieutenant In Bragg's BatProduce Merchant, tery In the Mexican wnr. "A little ture of fard and camphor and milk a success in Hartford, Ky. lltl. All Benefits and No Retoras. more grape, Capt. Bragg," Is Gen. hor teat from four to five times a Mr. l.on Tweddell, of Calhoun, Ky., Tajlor's Under tho Democratic Tariff WU. i3t day, on tho ground, then wash your most anions remark at Is the guest or his brother, Mr. i D. t&tts 'd Buena Vista. Lieut. Thomas ,was des- hands and her toats very thoroughly Is proposed to give Canadian-ITwoddell, of route 3, Hartford, this tined to baffle Capt. Bragg at the with some carbolic acid soap before benefit of American markets v.KJkvj,!. week. Next week, Mr. Tweddell will tremendous battle of Chlckamauga handling milking vessels or milking asking them for anything lu retuzsi begin work for Hancock Urothers, as Wheat from the Canadian NortUarKsS. sixteen jears later. By another co- another cow." of Milon tool dresser, on the Sarvls Hill wtlll, w1 be brought Into direct conjme- incidence both Thomas and Bragg It has been discovered that an cv- on the Ambrose farm, near Ltwla. were iborn In tho South, Thomas In posure to radium has ,the effect of t.tion with wheat of t.h AtiuwfnMt I.lvia wj'l play against Hartford Virginia, Bragg in North Carolina, forcing some buds. For Instance, the i farmer but when tho Amerlcau farn cr gocs North wth h mm Ml rSJh Saturday week. This game was to and less than u year apart. terminal buds ot Jhe syringa vulgaris' toU-gsNo adequate life of Gen. Thomas when exposed to Uic effect of strong cr products he will flnda. have been played last Saturday, but will find us in his path. on account of unavoldaU e happenings has been written, though he was one radium salts are found to develop Reciprocity Is one thing. Dcmoontf the game was postponed until the of tho most uniformly successful sol- soon after, and this even during tho affords. Ic Tariff for revenuo ondy, In & time mentioned. There will be no ball diers that ever lived. Ho never lost month of December, when the plant -That game at Hartford this week, on ac- any engagement that he directed, and is cultivated In a hothouse. Untreated language of Abe Potash, else yet again." Cacrfma .. count of the Ohio County Fair. more than once he saved an army in t..J ao not. umoju, or .tl. uj Register, quas ai most uuh will find Mr. and Mrs. Harry Monroe, of. desperate conflict, though not a com- occurs much Hater. It Js required to , mander in chief. From motives of determine the time of exposure to Louisville, were caJ'ed to the bedside of .Mrs. Monroe's mother, Mrs. dilllcacy he declined to take this po- the radium very exactly, and should Ellen Morgan, of Lebannon, Tenn., sition until the battlo of Nashville, this be too short there is no action OSTEOPATH -H- ARTFl us, on last Sunday week. Mrs. Morgan and that Is referred to In the mili- produced, while a long exposure is inof today as a model jurious. The process Is not commer-diar- y Dr. Wilson at Commercial EMfL died the next day, from effects of a tary Tuesdays and Fridays from X xnsu cows Is better understood severe paralytic stroke. Mr. and Mrs. in handling an army In action. Gen. to 10 a. m. Monroe formerly resided at Beaver Thomas died comparatively young, at Dam, and their many friends deeply the age of 53, one of the most proThe value and uso of silage for sympathize with them in their be- foundly beloved generate of the civil diary cows si better understood o1-er- OSTEOPATH-BEAV- ER war and one whose career In civil reavement. silage Is an ab- year. life was likely to be brilliant in spite ViKniilntinn The term i efA wnallnnrd I Dr. Wilson at Commercial BUMt Iia nf Mr .and Mrs. W. S. Likens, Bea- of his rule never to push himself for 'iTuesdays and Fridays from 11 , . ., i , ver Dam, have issued cards an- advancement. Ills nickname among to 2:30 p. m. nouncing the approaching niarrlajje the privates was "pap," and bis in- served in a silo. For this purpose) '. "T pf their daughter, Alta Mae, to Mr. fluence on an army Inspired ft to Indian corn is most generally used A.t Robert A. Bennett, of Portfand, Ore., take every situation poofiyand hold ,n this country. It has been found on Thursday evening, October 9, 1913, on to tho limit Of possibility. He was through, experiment, that best re- -f jat 8 o'clock at the M. E. Church,, never drhen In confusion from any suits have been obtained by plantSouth, Beaver Dam, Ky. Mr. Bennett position. At Chlckamauga the rem- ing it In hi Is 2 feet apart, or In Is the son of Rev. and Mrs. R. D. nants of the army that stayed with drills from 3 to 4 feet apart, with Bennett, of, this city, and for past him. fell back In good order to a nqw the plants G Inches apart in the rows. several yeare he has hud a responsi- line nearer Chattanooga. The com The thickness and method of plantble position with one of the Large' manding general aiTdblhe"tWo cbrps ing should, however,' depend, on the Sale blls of all kind printed at The soil', amount of 'rata- -' raiiroau companies in Oregon, ana commanders had left the field under fertility of the itepuu(icaa omce. trices are rigui.. j Is another Ohio county boy who has the Impression that the .army was fall and other local factors. Through' Mr. C. F. Tappan, of Central City, made good with a large "Gj," crushlngly defeated. Thomas held on. cultivation should bo practiced a'il FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 26.- through the early life of the crop, la assisting his son, Dr. J. B. Tappan, The next day the Union forces were the Hartford jeweller, during fair Death ot Mrs. Alexander. ta line ready to receive another at- to keep down weeds and to retain soil moisture. When tho ears have week. Jennie M. ft E. Railroad Time Table Dr. Jesse Bean, of Olaton, Ky., is Mrs. (late Davis Alexander, wife tack. It never came. Chlckamauga had passed the "milk stage" and begin of the Dr. Waylaud Alexander, ended. What followed was a delusive , here this week assisting his father. died at hier home on Washington siege of Chattanooga, and Bragg was to show signs of glazing the crop at Hartford, Ky. Dr. L. B. Bean In managing the Ohio street last Friday, Sept. 19, after a Shortly relieved. But so Was Rose-cra- As ready for tho silo. At this period sugar, has been trans L. tc N. time card effective Monday County Fair. long Vlness from chronic nephritis. Thomas was at the head of most of tho formed into starch, and ripening furib Aug. 2lBt. Funeral services were Impressively the army at Chattanooga during the Come to us for your needs In Fall only sacrifice the succulent Just as cjeah as ',an.y 'JBakeiry-you'v- e Wa. 112 North Bound due 7:19 a. m, and Winter Our stock Is conducted at the family residence famine period, and then turned over er would Goods. value of the food. Again, if the corn dally except Sunday. Sunday afternoon, by The Rev. W. the command to Grant when his now complete In all departments. ever seerr.'. silo Saville, of the Methodist Church. forces began to arrive from the scene Is too dry when placed in the CARSON &CO. No. 114 North Dound due 1:15 p. m. likely to mflld, but cutting on it is HERE IS BREAlV daily except Sunday. Moving picture shows every Fri- The remains were laid to rest in of surrender at Vicksburg. "green side" Uns no such seriousSeveral of tho 'generals prominent the Dr. Beans Oakwood cemetery by the side of her Fresh, every No. 115 South Bound due 8:45 a. m. day and Saturday nights at ly bad effects. opera house. New songs and now husband, who preceded her a few at Chlckamauga wrote their military dally except Sunday. bread, we think, yoWH Seyr years ago. memoirs and give to this great bat10c. SOIL ANALYSIS. No. 113 South Bound due IMC. p. m. pictures. Admission Mrs. Alexander was born April 2, tle many pages of descrpttion and Here are Cookiesy Ties m& Music tor the Ohio" County Fair is Dr. G. S. Fraps, a chemist to exdally except Sunday. 72 years' analysis. Sherdlan's treatment of the 1841, and was therefore being made this week by the Calhoun periment stations at A. and M. Col- Cakes as fine as anv bak&r H. E. MISCHKE, Agt. old at tho time of her death. She battle is hardly up to his mark. On band, composed of thirteen pieces, was following to say: married to Mr. Waylaud Alex- the Confederate side Longstreet's lege, has the bakes. and is a splendid organization. "We have not made any analysis 18C1. ander In September, She book is especially valuable li its nks, Lunches,-colddrIof soils from Fisher County, but we cream, Joined returned Here are Douglmate,NKIEs Ice Mrs. E. B. Pendleton the C. P. Church at Little's Chlckamauga chapters. Gen. Grade, fruits, cigars, etc., served day or Chapel In Daviess county ,ln 18C9, another Confederate, made 'a later can not accept samples of soil for and Buns and you'll not fia& Wednesday from Owensboro. analysis excepting In the lines of our night. Successor to Herbert Chinn. and moved her membership to Hart- and specially close study of the vast Investigation, and wo are so tied up any better ones. Mr. Thad Wllkerson, of Owensboro, Next door to Moore's Meat Market. Mrs. Aloxander be- collision. It was Longstreet's divisford in 1S89. Is visiting relatives In Hartford this EARL BARNES. with our regular duties that it is 10t4. d gan teaching at the ago of 1G years ions, suddenly Try Them! from Vir week. Luncliespropared In a hurry, cof.d and assisted her husband at South ginia, that broke the Union right at going to be some time before we can Mr. Author Brotherton, of Owensdrinks, cigars and tobaccos, fruits Carrollton and also at Sacramento. Chlckamauga, but It fell hack In the make any soil analysis ut afi. The tf boro, Is the guest of his Bister, Mrs. and ice cream. Next door to Aloore's She was thu mother of several childot the Western part of the direction that best served the Union soils S. K. Cox. state are usually pretty well supplied HARTFORD ren, only one of whom Mrs. E. L. defensive retreat. Bragg himself put Meat Market. . Miss Mary Foiey,of LIvermore, was 10U. EARL BARNES. Miller, of Chicago survives her, 'the right wing and center In action, wlth plant food. If your corn and n good stalk and are guest of Miss Winnie Simmer-mathe agent for AJ1 the others died in Infancy. Four and Thomas fought to a standstill. cotton make a W. C. Schlemmer, Eroy. Mr. Jesse Whitworth, Jn fruit 1 would suggest that this week. & St. L. R. R. Co., and a grandchildren survive her. No offensive power was left In it deficient theL. II. !Ky, Simmerman and member of the firm of Heston, WhitMrs. Alexander was a .lovable wo- when Lopgstreet gained ground on you uso acid phosphate alone at the HARTFORD. Misses Winnie 200 pounds per acre. If de Leila Glenn left Wednesday for Nosh-vill- e worth Grain Co., of Hardlnsburg. was man and had endeared herseff to the other wing. The Union Army rate of scores lu this city, as well as other would have been sacrificed but for ficient both in stalk and fruit use where they will enter school. in Hartford Tuesday on business. an equal mixture ot acid phosphate See us foVbrcsa Goods and LinMoving "picture shows and illus- cities in Kentucky. She will be grcut- - Thomas, who took the critical placo cotton-see- d meal. stock trated songs at Dr. Boon's opera '!y mlBsed, not only by 'her Immediate In the line, the left wing. But for his and Everything new and ings. 'Alfalfa draws rather heavily upCARSON & CO. complote Friday and Saturday relatives, but; by everyone. The Re- firm resistance Bragg woufd have on the land for plant food, although house every publican Joins In deepest sympathy forced his way back into Chattanoo Miss Marie Austin of Beaver Dam nights. New songs and now pictures, roots deep in the soil. ga and pushed what remained of the It sends Its sisters, Mrs. 55. and a fine evening's entertainment to the family in their bereavement. Is the guest of her I hdlevo that it would pay to give Union Army Into the mountains sout Wayne Griffin and Mrs. Hooker Wil- for 10c. It a top dressing of acid phosphate Resolutions of Respect. of the Tennessee River. If Thomas ' liams. every year at the rato of 200 pounds It will be Interesting to como in Hall of Camp No. 319, W. O. W., had lived he would probably havo per acre, and after It has been on Miss Mary Felix will leave, Satur- pnd look over our line of fine Jew flartford, Ky., R. F. D. No. 7, Sopt. been nominated for president in 1875, Md., elry and Novelties, which will be the land several years an application day for N. P. S., J"oreBt Glenn, 20, J913. unless he had absolutely declined. It advantage.1 where she will resume her school larger than ever this Xall and winWhereas, God In Ills lnflnlto was-A- liwas not to bo. Ills fame as a sol of potash may also be of J. B. TAPPAN, ter. A durable stand ot alfu'fa can not work. visited Hio 'homo of our feKlow dier continues to grow. Spme day a Jeweler & Optician. whloh does not Misses llettle'RIleyrVerna Duke, 9t4 Sovereign, William Johnson, and biographer of genius will do him be secured on land contain a good supply of lime, but FOR SALE"ATbNCE Some nice took from Win his little son who Justice." Stella Woerucr and Anna PaUon , of ,tho Including a passed from this life to the great be tho soils ot the western spoat the day In Oweusboro Tues- household furniture, state are fairly well supnUcd wtth splendid Majestic range. Furniture, yond, Sept. 9, 1913, therefore he it day. Card of Banks. lime." Wyandotte ufa, may be seen Sit ithe late resi Resolved, That while Soverlgn FpR ,6ALB White To all the neighbors and friends Alexander, Johnson has an aching void in his pen trap nested stock. dence of Mrs. Jennie Roosters.' First and mighty good' feed too may U Science Siftings Washington St.,Hartford. lltl. heart and a vacant place In his whose sympathy and services wero so H. E. MISJ1CKE found here. The hay grain otterwit klndy Rendered in our time of beUranus Is i,7Sl,C80,O0O miles from Visitors to the Ohio County Fair homo, the angel's are rejoicing wltb Box 371, Hartford, Ky. our tho sun. We are about 92,832.000, or to our customers Jsnot aiiilscliUay-eou- s cordially invited to visit The little Delbert, and that father und reavement, we desire to extend , When In Hartford und wanting a are collectloiv.of i the Uranus distance. ' come In to Hartford Republclan office during mother have another link drawing sincere .thanks. quick lunch, don't fall to FEED Family, Mrs. JB. L, Mll'cr and At tho planets In our solar sys- from unknown Moore's Meat their stay lu Hartford. Como and theyu to Jlfo which Is the real life. 'source, but (a die-ful- ly 2 see me. Next dor to tem move ever from right o left, stayt o's long as you like. Center St., Be it further Belecte'd goods from tho beur. market. Clotted Milk. from west to cast opposite to the grajn fields of" the country. Try U. opposite tho court house . Resolved That Evergreen Camp, EARL BARNES,. 10M. Dr) M. Francis, veterinarian at the motions of tho hands of a watch to and you will, be convinced. . '. extend tlwit Hartford has noer had a Jlnq of No. 319, W. O. on Arab Feed yo"urFaiT stock we will from heartfelt sympathy to tho bereaved A. and M. College, has the following one in north latltudo ,and facing thq Horse Feed. 'Wifil make them fat, Kodaks before, but ' equator. i to, say in answer to a query No better now on cairy a full line of the best. family. slock and high spirited. Prof. Barnard h using tho great regaixl to our cow, which A..D. MILL1GAN, signified by the brand) J'ln (which Is market. For sale by t feed an the gives clotted milk, will say that ifi forty .inch Ycrkes refractor In a very W. A. HICiGS, The Produce Merchant Eastman Kodaks, Films and SupW. E. ELLIS, " R. A. ROWAN, that quarter of tho bag is hard. I (useful pleco of astronomlcai work m.HARTpoRD, - KENTUCW?1 B. TAPPAN, plies. J. Produce Merchant, Committee. wouiu give ner a largo uroe oi sans, D... . . " lltl. Jeweler & Optician. Ut4 lluxtiord, Ky. h 4 Show at Fair Grounds Potter Carnival I'l rxl I Friday and Saturday Nights. I - Refined Vaudeville I Doors Open 7:30. We Appreciate Our Fall Opening was Performance i Promptly at 8:00. Your Presence. every respect and we certainly appreciate your presence and the many compliments we received our Fall showing linery, Coat Suits andCloaks. ? 1 Every week receiving now You the latest novelties the market can shop at our store with the assurance exactly what you want, that you with both prices and style right. Call on and remember that It Pays To Trade to A I text-boo- With A House That Saves You Money. y HI J&k&MCpo. ' -- I BE- Hartford Republican. E rfeiffrrr v! ns Here's a Bakeiw day-ekc$!lea(- 4 trar-porte- BAKEil - Plenty of Feed! m irt tu r W, E. ELLIS) 1012. iuin"s io4.w -- i '"T-"- '" ijiV... V HM ,., )!' .dl,. ' ' & mmMmmmwmnik'iiiMtitin)itf&t&Vl&iBWfikimiuimn r arm arid WHAT THE COW , WROUGHT. HATH Garden - ' y Miss Klsle Tlsdale was engaged to When Stephen Kills wan elected county, which last year made Mr. Hert Sawyer, n medical stu- - iff r Inghani county the old Jailer, not How to Raii Potatoc For Big .I.500.000 pounds of butter, for dent. Mr. Sawyer was aware that Miss i.ng of his party, had to go. To every- Profit!. which the farmers received over All- - body's surprise the ilnce was given to . Tlsdale was as sensitive ns n biid. In raising potatoes Mioulil lie The nlm ?1.000.O00. The tlrst creamery J she knew about physicians was when Uncle Jerry Stills. to plnnt ho ns to gut the MjrgcKt yield was started twelve years ago. nnd nt the same time with the lesisti , one of them came to the house, felt, Uncle Jerry was fifty years old, and Then land was selling for $5 to expense. One of the formers In Kutn-some one's puNe, asked about sundry his wife, who was always called Aunt $.'..' an acre: now It sells for J'JO 'ervet county. Me., who have heon nhlo symptoms and. taking out a square bit Betty, wits' n couple of years younger, deposits In 1a do this most successfully Is 1'. 1'. a to ?!C nn acre. The of paper, wrote certain hieroglyphics They were nice old people. They were the banks -- of the county have Davis. He tins received ns hltf a yield on It that an apothecary understood. gone up from $l(il,G00.11 to liberal with what they hud and knew n $00 hushels per ncre In some In- In twelve years. The What llertle, ns she called him, was about as much of the wickedness of fiOO Rtonces nnd on the whole 300 to going through to acquire n medical ed- - tne world ns two children. The sheriff prosperity that has come to the bushels per ncre. He tells his story county Is a lesMention she had no Idea. That he ate1 i,a,i Yls wlth them for four or five how he did It. which many farmers ' J farmers: of Todd peanuts off the breast of n cadaver he years when he was a homeless orphan, son In favor of the cow they would do well to follow. He writes In . I I...III.. was ut work on In the dissecting room.! nn,i ,0 OW((l ,0bt of gratitude which I... should never forget. iZ the American Cultivntor us follows: that he used the top of a skull. Invert- - ,,, wanted to nay. Ho knew their soft F. D No. U; Bernard Felix, Asses a The soil must bo In the best poseu, ior u louaeco mix; i iiiii he frequent m,ts, mid when they were ready to sor, llnrtford, Ky., R. F. D. No. ,,. . sible condition as regard tilth and fer ii ly took u baud, n foot or some ,!, ,Ue possession of the stone jug he tility. The dirt should w madu llnoi tart-- " ' EGG EATING HENS. member of the human iily to bis room , mild. for(1 nud mellow and the soil of good depth n "Now, listen to me! This Is a Jail JUSTICES' COURTS before planting the seed. If the piece A Very Bad Habit caused by Over-- 1 to cut to pieces, siie Had not even suspicion. She supposed that u tned- nnd not an orphan nsylttm. No one. Leslie Combs, Hartford, Tuesday of clover sod then the' time for plow-- 1 feeding With Grain Rationi. leal school was like other schoo's villi be sent here who Is Innocent or after 3rd Mondiiy In March. Tuesday Jnp does not count so much, yet in T,ltf ,al)lt s()lue ,,,,, hnve of ,,,. books, books, nothing but hooks, and deserves pity. All prisoners are here after Ilrtl Monday In June, Tuesday this case nn application of a small coat ,,,,, cppi ns lov e , lu IR,st ls v,,rv nice, clean books at that while gen- localise they deserve to he. Every last after 3rd Monday In September, Tues of manure Is good and enables us to re- uny attcr Jnl .Monday In December. f Ti.io iln,i i1!1i,it teel professors lectured on how to euro, one will lie and piny the hypocrite nnd duce the expense of commercial fertl Is usually caused by overcrowding. John 11. Miles, Ucrkport, to glvo the must be cnrefiilly watched. There niter 3rd Monday in March, Friday nnd to further lack of exercise and the use of nests a stomach ache and when llzer nt least one-haFriday must lie no foolishness with them. after Increase the yield of from fifty to n that are too low to the ground and too baby paregoric. Monday'" l's'e'pte.nE Bert, aware of her Innocence, was rncle Jerry, you mustn't trust one f after hundred bushels per acre, yet care light. The habit rarely Is found among very careful not to disturb her notions! them as fur as you can hllng a bull by Friday ufter 3rd .Monday In Do- 1 t. A.I. .. . ,... Kuou.u ue uihim j.ui io ....A on ." , ,,,, fri,0 iui mt lht , housing and or well of the medical profession by enlighten the tall, (.ClilUC'l. f manure. much a Is given proper O. E, Scott, Cromwell, Wednesday lug her. By an unfortunate comic "And, Aunt Betty, you must harden Tlowlng and planting are only n ratj0IK tennis he suddenly burst unon h"r In flint kind heart of yours. 1 know after Urd Monday In .March, Weduman part oi me wotk oi raising ki i U ,S sonu,",nos ca,,sci1 fc0(,l!,e his ttue frlghtftllness. She had been you'd like to adopt every tramp In the nesday after 3rd Monday in June, They renulre considerable tntoes. ",,R'h Sra,n- - whon tlle llens cnt t,'.e visiting n friend in a neighboring clly Mate and let him swing In n hammock Wednesday after 3rd .Monday in Sep' ir. "Ht'-V'- ll I ,0 - i,bi,i core it t . eggs In an effort to obtain meat food. nnd was returning by rail. She had j nnd have ham and eggs every meal. tember, Wednesday aftei old Mou-ua- y in Decetnoer. be cultivated often, the loose dirt hav a rule, the hen first acquires a been In the car but a few minute nut irs n uiiTorent tiling nere. John II. Miles, Rockport, Friday ing a lenueucy to nioisien taste for eggs by pecking at n soft when she saw the back of n head that was without a prisoner If you wish to raise the largest po' shelled egg or one that has been brok- looked familiar. It was turned aside The Jail length n prisoner arrivedJust after 3rd .Monday ti .March, Fr'cav to after 3rd Monday in June. Friday-aftethen. At elble crop, 500 bushels or more per en In the nest. toward a man who sat beside Its own- be cared for by Uncle Jerry and Aunt 3rd .Monday lo September, Frl-du- y It is hard to cure a hen of this habit er and displayed the profile of Mr. Bert Betty. He had been tried for grand after aril .Monday in December. once she has acquired a taste for the Sawyer. Facing the two sat a figure larceny and given n sentence of six J. C. Jackson, Contertown, Saturday after 3rd Monday In March, eggs. The best thing to do Is to sell done up In n big shawl. months. He did uot look more than Saturday after 3rd .Monday in June, her or eat her. If you wish to try , Horrible to relate, the face of the eighteen years 'old and had a face as Saturday after 3rd Monday In Sepbreaking the bird of the habit the most figure was that of a skull. Innocent ns that of a child. He had tember, Saturday after 3rd Monday successful methods are either to use Mr. Sawyer and his friend Billy Pe- tears In his eyes when he arrived nt in December. a number of china eggs or "loaded terson had learned where the skeleton the Jail. M. C. Cook, Renfrew, Tuesday afeggs" In your nest where the bird will of n human being could be bought "What n shame!" exclaimed Aunt ter 2nd Monday In March. Tuosdnv be sure to find them. After several cheap. They had gone for it. purchased Betty after a look at the prisoner. after 2nd Monday In Mnv. Tuesday unsuccessful attacks on these eggs the It and were taking it home. There were "He Is rather young," replied Uncle after 3rd Monday In August, Tuesday after 2nd Monday In November. hen will probably become discouraged but few persons In the car. and the Jerry. SJBjBjBjBjBjBjBjBjHh'' s Thomas Sanders. Olaton. Wntims. and leave the rest of them alone. had good nuturedly permit I conductor sighed and snld nothing day Aunt Betty after the second Monday In The most effective way of prevent- - ted them to seat It opposite them-In- moic. She didn't know whether or not March, Wednesday 2nd hens from acquiring the habit Is selves. she'd tell the boy she pitied him. In .May, Wednesday after 3rd Monday Monday after to feed n balanced ration and compel I Just as Miss Tlsdale got Into the There was something she did do when In August, Wednesday after 2nd Monplenty of exercise, to build the nests car, recognized her lover nnd caught she passed In the next meal, and she day in November. dark and nbout two feet from the sight of the grinning face with no nose couldn't help herself. She looked sorGrant Pollard, Fordsvllle, Tuesdny floor, nnd construct them so that there nnd empty eye sockets the conductor rowful, and she asked the prisoner If after 2nd Monday in March, ThursIs no danger of the eggs being scratchcame through the train and, passing he had a mother. He studied her face day after 2nd Monday In May, Thursed out on the floor and broken. Home thqjwo medicos, punched their tickets. for a jjioment nud then answered that day alter 3rd Monday in Aucust. Thursday after 2nd Monday In NoT'Fare. governor." safd Afr. Sawyer, he nnd. and Farm. I. vember. MOW PBOPBK PKBTILIZATIO? ifCRKASEfi addressing th stjejeton. "Produce yovr "A I Aunt Betty's next visit to the cell J. L. Patton. Ralph. Friday after BIZE OF POTATOES). fft ticket or .vou'i' '? pu't off." pro' CANS. SHEO FOR MILK she carried two extra dishes not j 2nd Monday In Murch, Friday after - -- ., J lie sjioteton continued to grin, the I get as many perfect cre, J0UgU8t vided for by the rates, and when the 2nd Monday In May, Friday after 3rd nnd the men In the prisoner had thanked her he timidly Monday In August, Friday after 2nd jljjlhj to'reach 7uiT TmVturlty as possible. Of Great B.nefit Ift Shinning ...d WnqnctpE car STemed to think It nil very funny nskedV ""J advise rows two and one-hafeet Monday In November. Storage, Elsie, HARTFORD POLICE COURT. "(jood woman, dare 1 ask you to apart and seed pieces to Tie drupted It Is a great conr ;. ,c' to have There were JTTS woiueiibesiIes one C. M. Crowe, Judge; John II. Wiltwdj tp fifteen Inches apart hi the milk canson ' , ' ' - jhe wagon one Sltfln in the next seat nud write to my mother for me?" Attorney; J. j farther forward -- fenaidiL Neither of them sizetl uelltS-cut one which" T i ". .7T llieiu to The "If I write her she'll know you are son, City Court comenes P. Stevens, Marshal; second .Monseemed to consider Mr. Hitwyer s action In Jail, and that will hurt her terri- day I jT to three eyes. Mil It I u good plan afso to In each month. yuy uusueis per acre iiivo tin platform covered by a shed. a bit funny. As f)r Elsie, she was bly." City Councll- -J. H. Williams. Mayid raising "You must tell her, but you must tell or; R. T. Collins, Clerk; E. P. Thom inaVe Jiue rows three feet apart. Place This Is especially useful In rough paralysed wllh horror. "Oli he's nil right," said the other her that the whole world has hcuu as, Treasurer. Members of Council Jih "eefid pieces eighteen to twenty weather and during the winter. intdlco. "He's no deadhead." and. against me. Nobody Is willing to give Robert Hoover, I'. B. Taylor, J. II. Inches apart and don't take quite so The Illustration shows a shed which his own ticket In the band of bis me n show." u. Carson, E. P. Moore, Fred Cooper, cutting seed. One ton has proved popular In many dairy sec- much pains in W. J. Beau. hat. he put the hat on the skeleton's "You jioor boy!" she pityingly said. of the best commercial fertilizer is not School Trustees Dr. E. B. Pendlehead. "They say I stole a watch from a usually too much per acre. I find It Thls.caused a burst of laughter from farmhouse, hut I never, never did. A ton, Chairman; W. H. Barnes, Secrea rood method to sow the fertlizer from tramp who came later took the watch." tary; Dr. J. V. Taylor. W. S. Tlusley the men In the car and with the planter before dropping the and J, D. Duke. the women. "And didn't they get hlmV" eeL Then it ls mixed with the soil. "Smoke, governor?" said Bert, thrustRELIGIOUS SERVICES. "Np, and because they didn't they After the plant is up a little fertilizer M. E. Church, South Services ing a cigar between the skeleton's arrested me and sent me here. I was can be used on it, but it should be morning and evening every first and toothless nnd gumlcss jawbones. a poor boy. you see. and had no ono. to .brushed from the plant with n broom third Sunday In each month. SunAnother laugh from the men and a befriend me." day schoc 1 9:4 j a. in. Prayer meetor in some similar manner. murmur of Indignation from the woma shame! What a burning ing ovcry Wednesday evening. Rev. "What X have lu my own worT: by followen. The train rounding a curve, the shame! Why. the Judge nnd Jury SavlUc, pastor. ing the best methods here described fell ought to be hero In your place!'' skeleton lost Its balance and Baptist Church Services morning been able to secure yields of 500 bushagainst the arm of the seat. "Iwnul you to write to mother nnd and ovcnlng ovcry second and fourth els nnd over per acre on commercial "Sit up. governor." said Bert. "Don't tell her so. I don't want her to thlnl: Sunday lu each month. Sunday school fertilizer alone. That of the best DM5 a. m. Prayer meeting every Wedbe rolling around that way. The pas- I've become a wicked boy."' 4 per cent nitrogen and grade, about sengers will think you've been drinkUncle Jerry had to go out on busi- nesday oveulng. Rev. English, pastor. 1 30 per cent potash. remember on Christian Church Services every ing." ness one afternoon nnd was not ex fourth Sunday one piece my men called attention to at 11 a. m. and 7. p. "I smell his breath." snld Billy "gin pec ted home until U o'clock In the in. Sunday school 0:30 n. in. Elder "W. the fact that they were getting a bush(1 o'clock Aunt Betty preand lemon peel." evening. At B. Wright pastor. el of potatoes to market In slx paces of The conductor was sitting nt the end pared supper and Invited the prisoner Cumberland Presbyterian Church-Sun- day a single row If my figures were coranno to vjiotkct milk cans. of the ear, ami one of ihe women to sit at table with her. She leusoiied school every Sunday at 9.i5 rect this would be over 800 bushels uplift and make a man toldlilm that If he per aero hi ordinary Held culture, but (ions of Canada. The door Is not es- called to him andiiidccut tiehu!or on that It wouldate a full meal, speaking a. m. SECRET didn't stop that of him. SOCIETIES. this piece had the advantage of a co.it sential, but Is very useful In keeping the part of those young men she words of Be Hartford Lodgo No. C75, F. and A. gratitude between nioulh-fuls- , out files during the summer. It Is of barn manure the fall previous, to M. meets every first Monday uiht and then rose up and took her built of light material covered with would report him for negligence of planting. j tor went to by the throat and banged her head In each month. M. L. Hcavrln, "W. wire cloth and bung on spring hinges duty. At this the M.; Owen Hunter. Secretary, the two medk's ami told tln'in thev against the wall and took the so as to elosu Itself. Hartford opened the door meets every Chapter No. SI O. E. S. bony iiiui.iiiIoi: key olf Its mill and had belter roll their A building of this kind complete will second nnd fourth MonFEED YOUR LAND WELL. only a trlile compared with its lu his shawl and stop the fun. T this to liberty. It was enhl weather, but day ovculiiGO. Jllos Anna J. Patton, cost he went without hat or coat. they acceded, and that ended the value and. If painted, will last for W. M.; Jaa. 11. Williams, W. B.; You must feed your stock well Soon after the train i oiled It took Aunt Betty about ten minmany years. -- Iowa Homestead. If you want good results. So medics and the utes to realize what had happened, Miss Elizabeth Miller, Secretary. Into 'the station the Rough River Lodgo No. 110 Knights must you do with your land. "governor"' went out through the front nnd then she ran to the street bareHeavy Horses Pay Voll. Yon cannot afford not to enrich end of the car. while Elsie left It at headednot to shout for help, how- of Pythias moots every Tuesday evenThe breeding of heavy draft horses the rear. She held her handkerchief ever. At u venture she turned to the ing. W. V. Anderson, 0. C; J. Noy your hind year after year. Build Foster, K. of It. & S. Is always profitable, and It greatly up your compost heap. Put to ier eyes to conceal her tears and to right and run for her life down the Ilurtford Tent No. 90, K. O. T. M. udds to the fanner's Income. Small, avoid being recognized by Bert, whom street and out In tho country. Half n Btatile manure on your land. Buy meets every first nnd third Thursday scrubby horses are not wanted, and bho caught sight of nlghls. It. T. Collins, Cominnndcr; those fertilizers your land and Intended never to meet again as inllo from thu Jail she the mares for breeding should bo large her fiance. your stable will uot bupply. her "poor Innocent boy." So did he L. P. Foreman, Record Keeper. and well built. The demand Is for a Acmo Lodgo No. 339 I. O. O. F. Study the fertilizer question In 'i'liu ue.t morning's mall brought of her, uud he legged It liku n rabbit. 1,500 draft horsu of not less than all Its bearings; solve It and you him a noto from her containing the Over fences and across fields he led meets every s.ccoud and fourth Fripounds. Size lu u draft horse Is neves-fearher, but she was u hound on tho trail day nights In each mouth. C. M. Harhave settled half your problems. few words: Rural Farmer. nett, Noble Grand; W. R. Hedrlek, and ran him down at last. ''Our engagement Is broken." a Then, as soon as she could get her Secretary. It sldewlse and Sawyer looked at Hartford Camp No. 202 W, O. W. ORCHARD AND GARDEN. endwise, then shook it as If It were u breath. Aunt Betty cuffed und wallop- meets ovcry second and fourth Sat- -' A Transportation Kink. ed and spanked and pulled hair until urday nights In toy puzzle. Be could not understand In moving a plow on the farm take each month. Lesllo Orders for fruit trees should be plac- It. Anyway something was wrong, that young man cried for mercy. On Dennett, Council Commander; W. C. two Inch plank about two feet long ed early to Insure choice stock tmd and ho went right over to the bouso to the wuy buck to Jail he got n cuff Wallace, Clerk. liore-shonnd eight Inches wide. Nail a twenty feet, and Sunshlno Hive No. 42, L. O. T. M near the front end. This will prompt shipment. Nurserymen always find out nbout it., Mrs. Tlsdale came about once In every himself once more In catch the point of the plow, and the appreciate early orders and give the down wltli u suppressed smllo nnd told when ho found n thankful boy. Indeed. meets e'ory first and third Frlduy nights In each month. Mrs. Attyo him the cause of the break. Elble had his cell he wus point will slide along like a sled when best of service. "Is everything all right V" usUed Griffin, Lady Commander: Mrs. Lula come home the day before heartbroRemember that plants from which the team is hitched to the plow. The Pendleton, Lady Record Keeper. as he arrived home. rout end of the plank should be bev- seeds are to be selected miibt bo thrif- ken. Shu had supposed she was going Uncle Jerryright." was the uuswer. KeyBtono Chapter No. 110, R. A. "Yes, nil eled on the under side so It will pass ty, free from diseases nnd Insects and to marry a gentleman nud found that M., meets every "I found out about that boy today. In each month. third Saturday night over stones and small obstacles. Farm the beed well matured. Make no mis- Instead she was to marry a ghoul. John T. Moore High He's a tough ouc. He has no mother . V. S. TiiiBlcy. Secretary. Bert was crushed. and take lu these matters. and has been In Jail aljout ten times. Priest: afAMERICAN SOCIETY OF EQUTY. "You'd better drop the whole Now Is a good time to destroy peach He's n slick thief and tho biggest liar New Forage Plant. borers. Look for them on the trunks fair." said Mrs. Tlsdale, "and let Elsie In the United States. I hope you J. National Officers President, Ira M. Chryst, Hudson, Wis.; V. PresiA new crop called Sudan grass, of the trees, at the surface of the soil yet over It by degrees." let him bnmboozlo you with his dent, S. B. Robertson, Calhoun1, Ky.; Which Is another of the sorghums, or Just below the surface. Wax is a "She'll never get over It," groaned won'tand his tears." Secretary & Treas., H. Q. Tank, Wau-satalk elves great promise as a hny crop for good Indication of these insects. Cut Bert. "She'll have a horror of me so Wis. "Jerry Stills, my name ls Betty, long as she lives." the dry land districts of the west It them out with a knife. Statu Officers President, J. II. Mc- hain't It?" asked tho woman as sho Is the mobt rapid growing of all the The affair was n good lesson to Bert, drew herself up. Connell, Princeton, Ky.; Vlco PresiDo not forget that good seed Is n similar crops, and, although experi- very Important part of successful gar- lie became a famous physician rind dent, J. H. Iluruoy, Muhlenberg Co.; "I've alius Vposed so," work has been limited so fur. & Treas., S. B. never forgot that the doctors and the mental "Did yu ever hear of u Betty letting Secretary Ky.; Organizer, Robertson, adapted dening. If you have any that are good laity are two different peoples. As for anything Calhoun, T. II. DalIt is expected that It will be on two legs that walks save them; If not. buy from reliable main, liartfora, Ky. to the dry districts In Montana and Hpfldmcii he was right in assuming her?" nnd breed up the varieties. Elsie,would always have a horrorthat Members State Executive Board of North Dakota, as well ns the southern You "Can't say I ever did." cannot afford to plant poor seed. she She married another. Dtn Watson, Webster county; J. W. ' him. states. ' "And you never will!" Dunn, Daviess county; Henry Blrtle, Ohio county; E, I. Ray, Hardin coun. slier-marr1 I THE MONEY CROP. Todd county. Minn., Is one of the illustrations of what the cow Is worth. Kroni statistics worked out )iy the I.oiir Prairie (Minn. I Leader we learn of the following facts: In twelve years creamerseventeen ies have been established In that His First Lesson In Medical Practice By THOMAS R. DEAN AUNT BETTY'S PRISONER By M. QUAD Directory County Civio Lit- CnryrlRlit, IMS, erary Press. tiy Associated Circuit Court T. F. Ulrkhctul, COUNTY BOARD OV EDUCATION. V. Judge; Den D. Hlngo, Attorney; Henry Leach, Chairman, llnrtford, I Mldklff, Jailer; K. U. Unrrnss, Clerk; E. E. Blrlihcnd, Master Com1. L. 0. Tlchcnor, Hartford, It. If. missioner; 11. T. Collins, Trustee D. No. C. Jury Fund: T. H. Dlacl:, Sheriff, 2. E. 0. Hartford, Reynolds, Ky. Deputies S. O. Kcowu, Hartford. 3. M. H. Pntterson, Olaton, Ky. I. 11. h. Alford, White Bun. Ky. Ueacr Dam; G. i'. Jones, Koute fi, .". Richard Pliinimcr, Taylor Mines, llnrtford; W. C. Kurp, lloslne. Court coiivtius first Monday In February Kentucky. and continues three weeks; third .Monday In April, two weeks; third .Monday In October two weeks. 'S'J1D'J"UZT.DW&2 County Court It. 11. Wedding, Judge; S. TItiHlcy, Clerk; C. K. Smith, Attorney, Hartford. Court lu each coin cues first .Monday month. Quarterly Court Begins on the Attorney Law fourth Monday in Fehrunry, May, August nnd November. HARTFORD, KY. ,. f'..nn. oi rlnli., v.unveues iirsu j ,,..,, vuimi lunula W prof era Ion In UU I1"10" Tuesday In January and first Tiiei day in October. land adjoining counties. CominnreiaJ Otner County ... Officers C. S. Mox- - . and Oimliiai Pnu-ita q,.niit .. j.v...y. county officers U. B. Tich-eno- r, President; Henry 1'lrtte, Secretary; S. K. Dennett, Treasurer. ty; C. Ohio 0. Daronport, Warron county. rr. v Otto C. Martin at ...... .'.,.. , DrVwSrSii Barnes j) & Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. Smith - - ,..., ,., .,., I lf '' 'cw, f Mdaara. W. II. Biirniti ami C. E. SmlUi announce Uktt 'Uiuy liave form-- a lKirUu-rahi'for tlio goiaeral prac tice of law, cxctfpt cnlmliMl and dlvxir Mr. SnUUi bolng County Mtr-fn- i Practlcl,., sucK , ccatjua. Mr. Bariko wJll likdividuaJly A t ' I -. .; .,- "-- v I accept such pr.ictloe. In. Offices Hartford Republican building, Hartford, K tiie-pinui- s ARTHUR ASSOCIATED r D. KIRK Attorney at Law KY. - HARTFORD, WITH M. L. HEAVRIN- This office ls equipped for handling Commercial Law and Collection. Items as well as other legal and litigated matters. Practice lu nil tho courts. Prompt and vigorous burvlce-L. M. Hcavrln's Office. jBjBjBjBjBjBjBjBjBjBk g J. NEY FOSTER Notary Public HARTFORD, KY. All Matters Given Prompt Atten- J Ohio County -- tion. PENSION AFFIDAVITS SPECIALTY. -- -. itei'kn'- .... Ml lf I AM PREPARED 9d JSUSt- d iafj-fo-.- - To do any kind of Veterinary work. Horses, mules and cows need not die for want of Calls answered attention. day or night. sllp-t'lh- tr W. H. Veterinary Surgeon RILBY Ky. 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BUCKBEE Pens tscsfsra Sere MUNN & Co firav.. Kockfsrs.eS, OfflceT&B VBU Washliw ton. York 'Naw p. Curious Examples In the Dome of the National Capitol. In the dome of the cnpltol at Washington there ure eight great palming carefully designed and executed by the artists for the adornment of the nation's greatest building. Yet five of them are either defective in technique or In error us to natural or historical facts. One of the best known pictures is that in which Washington Is shown resigning his commission to the Continental congress. There are two young girls, almost life size, standing In the foreground. They are very pretty young girls, but one of them has three hands. One left hand rests ou the shoulder 'of her companion; another left hand Is round her companion's waist Doubtless the artist Trumbull paluted both hands to sec which pose be preferred nnd then forgot to paint out the supertluous hand. Diagonally across the rotunda is the painting of the baptism of Pocahontas. Sitting In the foreground Is Opecan-canougthe uncle of Pocahontas, lie Is barefooted, and the artist has given him six toes on bis left foot. In the painting Of the landing of Columbus, which used to be reproduced on the live dollar banknote, the artist has painted three flags. They are very well drawn, but one Is blowing east, one west and one south, which indicates a very variable condition of the wind on that famous day. in the picture of the surrender of Cornwallls General Washington Is conspicuous seated upon a white horse. But General Washington was not present at the surrender. Cornwallls did not surrender bis army In pernou, but sent u subordinate officer to do so. Acr cordingly Washington detailed an of corresponding rank to receive, the surrender. It would have been a breach of military etiquette for Washington to be present. The fifth picture. "Signing of the Declaration of Independence at Philadelphia on July 4. 1770." Is wrong only in tbe title. The Declaration of Independence was adopted on July 4, but it was not signed by the members of ELEVATORS IN EUROPE. the congress until Aug. 2, 1770. Except In First Class Hotela Thay Are Youth's Companion. Crude Affairs. No Use For Fresh Air. The use of passenger elevators Is not Old time doctors hud no faith In tbe nearly so general In Europe as it Is in the Uulted States. In Germany and virtues of fresh air. Andrew Boorde France most hotels of the very highest in bis "Compeudyous Itegyment or class, catering to wealthy foreign trav- Dietary of Heltb," published 154'.!, elers, are equipped with elevators writes: "To bedward and also In tbe much like the American type, and In- morning use to have a fire in your tended to be freely used both up and chamber, to waste and consume evil down. The cheapest hotels and many vapours within the chamber, for the very good ones at moderate prices, breath of man may putrlfy the nlr. though four or five stories high, are within the chamber. In the night let tbe windows of your house, specially not provided with elevators. The almost universal type for me- of ypnr chamber, be closed, let your dium priced hotels has a wooden coge nightcap be of scarlet, and this, I do 3 by 5 feet. Intended for five per- advertise you. to cause'to be made "a sons. It is driven by a four horse- good thick quilt of cotton, or else of power electric motor and controlled by pure flocks or of clean wool, and let a series .of push buttous on the outside the covering of It be of white fustian, lay at the bottom. A person desiring to go andlie it on tbe feather bed that you on." Loudon Chronicle. to the third Door enters the car. and do the nttendant (or. rather, any servant, Dead Easy. for there Is no elevator boy) pushes Two guests missed the first courses button No. 3, the car stops at the third floor, and the passenger steps out of a dinner ut a suburban borne, which iti their 'and calls down the shaft that tbe car had been arranged partly searched, honor. Hand bags bad been ts free. Sometimes tbe button control Is In- distant homes culled ou tbe telephone side. In which case the attendant ac- for information, much nerve energy companies the passenger. Sometimes had been expended, all because the there is an annunciator, but not often, key to tbe trunk containing the necesbecause tbe car Is not supposed to be sary diuner raiment could uot be n locksmith called to an upper floor to carry pas- found. Finally away came from the by autosengers down. Stairs are for that pur- towu four miles In It, this In- mobile, was led to the trunk, and pose. As the French have less than a mlnnte tbe lid was turned stitution Is an "ascenseur" and not by back. any chance a "descenseur." In any "Good work." said tbe maid. case, It is a privilege to use It. "Dead easy," said the locksmith; "the buildings are equipped thing A few office wasn't locked at all." New York ,witu the same type elevator: but, as Tribune. n rule, none except tbe most pretentious offices have elevators. IndianapUp to Pato Milkman. olis News. "What are you giving your cows now In the way of galactagogues?" asked Aristocratlo Glaasraakera. tbe Irvlngton professor of the milkGlassmaklug used at one time to be man. the most aristocratic of all Industries. "Oh." said the milkman, who has A French law passed under Louis IX. just been graduated from Purdue and allowed none but men of noble birth Is not to be stumped by any Butler to set up glass blowing establishments college pedagogue, "their sustenance Is or even to work therein. For many wholly of vegetable origin, rich in centuries this was tbe only trade no- rhlorophyl nnd opulent In butyruceous blemen could venture to work in with- qualities." out any danger of losing caste. Tbe "A pint it you please." sold the pro. art of glussuiaklng reached Euglnnd fesor. through France, and In its early days "Git up." said the milkman. Indianthose engaged In It styled themselves apolis News. "gentlemen glass blowers." Story of How an Ohio City Came te Qett Ita Name. About 100 years iio little nettle-moixjatoil ut the moutli of the Mini-moriver. Ita name. Port Lawrence, wns given In honor of the great naval cominnnder. The little town wns not prosperous, and Ave years later Major Stk'kncy, mi cntbmdnstlc but eccentric mnn, founded unothur settlement right next to Port Lawrence and called his village Vistula. Dotb settlements were stimulated somewhat by the competition, but neither prospered sufficiently, and one year later It was proposed to unite the towns. Everything was easily arranged except the name, and here trouble aroe. Major Sllclaiey Insisted that the new community accept the name of his part. Vistula, but the citizens were not prepared to have n name thrust upon them by one whose peculiarities led him to name his two children "No. 1" and "No. 2." This fact In the major's family life was enough to cause any suggestion from him to be received skeptically. The discussions were many and heated when Wlllard Daniels, a merchant of Vistula, suggested that they udopt the nnme of Toledo, the ancient capital of Spain. lie explained that the word originally was "Toledoth." from the Hebrew, meunlng "Mother of People." and Mr. Daniels said they ought to be able to come together under such a title of peace. Another reason was the remarkable nearness In latitudes of both places. In Spain nnd In Ohio, the actual difference being only n little more than one degree. Further arguments wore that It was pleasant In sound, enny to pronounce and that no city or tne western continent as yet bore the name. Ills reasoning prevailed, and the united towns assumed the name Toledo. That they remained true to It Is shown In the fact that their Urst permanent newspaper" was called the Toledo Dlatie, In recognition of the fact that Toledo. Sapln. was famed ull over the world for the quality of the sword blades which It produced. Ladles' Home Journal. 11 o J ofll-ce- L . ,, Tha celchrntml lie. Afu.. .. .. , ....... r..-- .i ...uny uir.t upimon .mat aieer ,llc dert of the stomach were the n. jurce cl human ailments in central. A recent mcuicil writer says: ,iC, emotion and affection reports af ft atomicn (through the system ol it i . , mid the stomach is affected accordiaetr, -- a vital center ol ilio body . continues, " to we raayiM aid to live (.through) the stomach." Ho gocj on to show that the stomach is the vital center of the body. For weak stomachs nnd the consequent indigestion or dyspepsia, nnd the multitudo ol various diseases which result therefrom, bx medicine can be better suited as a curative agent than NO OK JiS STOMACH. "v. .. u "BJBxeflaxeafeX- - Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. " Severn! months ago I suffered from a severe pain rfghe under tho breasWjono?' writes Mns. O. M. Mubkeit, of Corona, Calif. "Had suffered from It, off and on, for several years. I also suffered from heart-burdid not know what was tho matter with mo. I tried several medlclne liut they did mo no good. Finally, I was told it was ffl liver. I did not daro to cat a3 It mado mo worse. When rvor I swallowed anything it sscmed that I would faint It nnri". I grow very thin and weak from not eating. Wa "i j taho iir. uomen Medical Discovery. took: live bottle? of It, and could lcol myself getting betterI from lha first doJO. I could rat a little without pain and grew f IroiiR feat. Today I am strong and well and can do a blsj ' rr.so. Can oat overy thing nnd have put on lay s work T will say to woi all sufferers wrlto to Dr. n, '- l I " klWWr JAMES & CO., First Class Liverymeti Centertown, Kentucky. Prompt Attention and Good Service. TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, OUR CLUBBING RATES. $1.3C The Republican and Louisville Herald 1.50 The Republican and Courier-Journ1.75 The Reptblican and St. Louis 1.60 '. The Republican and Home and Farm 1.75 The Republican 3.50 The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald 3.50 The .republican ana .Daily uwensooro inquirer O'boro Messenger 1.75 The Republican and 1.75 The Republican and Kentucky Farmer The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. 1.30' 1.60 The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer The Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer f 1.50 al Globe-Democr- at andTwice-a-WeekOwensborolnquir- er Twice-a-Wee- k Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN. YOUR Letter Heads Bill Heads Noteheads Envelopes t Statements Cards And other printed forms are given Special Attenton In The Republican t Job Department. STOMACH TROUBLE FOR Majority : VSinS&l hoi Huslntlt Jirrct vllk Washington uuntyeJefltHlttfaieml. .hre au 10 all utaircit will rw rporA paUnU. trada aftl I NTI I KB. ioa, timi. r taut rM..U tm hwail MW BsUlatMfft. I.1 r rlal vou & Barman fnt etu. ' tomtiT.will nakdi HAiUf Mtloa snieUsAtaM or toot aaanarr uatud. SMjTsnir la.SsHM wcuaffstuiu SUCCEED.' r.SPECIAL OFFER' ' BULBS' rf aue PstMt tnd lofrlnitmmt Pnctlci Exclusively. Writs or com to us at Tit Uatk Itntt. aaar ValM SUSaj fataat (Mba, f I wasrwnoTon. u. v. fSMS BlliilfcfcUl. Sy.il! hit, SMUM, SMfMli, 1 BMKwUM, IWhrMM T.U,, TMVUS 1 cousaraaaftatei a tank Mis. OuUd rii.it. IpWa, Sunken Walnut Logs. On tbe bottom of Gull lake. In Michigan. Ilea u small fortune In walnut logs, which wero once considered of so little value tbut they were towed out Into deep water and sunk. As tbe lake is 300 feet deep In places tbe logs are likely to remuiu a dead loss. The logs are really tbe butt ends of tine walnut trees which were cut down years ago. Later the stumps were pulled out, hauled Into the lake uud let go. Handicapped. Lady All your murine pictures represent the sea aa cojm. Why don't you paint a storm once in a while? Artist We painters In oil can't do that, madam. We may outline a storm o the canvas: but, you see. as soon us we begin to spread ou tbe oil colors tbe waves subside and tbe sea' becomes as calm as a duck pond. Boston Tran- tbe first place gave the speaker of the British house of commons his name. For 'the early members were uot great at oratory and soon realized the desirability of choosing a spokesman with u ready tongue und the courage to argue with the klug. Hence came the title of "speaker." which was first given to Sir Thomas Huugerford In In 1370. It was his power of protesting that The Speaker. FIVE medicines. YEARS I 1 i Fritrntla Tkwifk Mr. taking other decided t Hafbe. WmM Die, Bat take his advice, although any confidence in it. I did sot have ut. OmtrWHHmU RccsYerj. Mfsflaeer ffriMfoaar saaaMaasls1si(k'aiBeaaFaaaaa SmwtSNleS i wvawuitM Uf aiiwaHi have now been taking Black-Drafor three months, and it has cured me haven't had those awful sick headache since I began using it. I am liiMsVaiMru.t lies m ui iu ai TuVOaltfSM4.SlMMSIUui. wwiii aaanaisiiwii lltoMllll,IIUil(MCMewUklUiCllMba ... mmwiih TMSiUskMkMBMkasMa, k(iaiv aanm mm muumm fwrtf Utotilmyt iHwH I 1 IVil3iolKi aUooaabltaj or ao e Ma4a MTKIITS . THAT A adnrUas thesa BkoreBfl hi, at ew es paaao. aaa awip you i uvgaah. sad BroaA photo er aketak tec rRCK report a fUntsbUHy. M yean tcaeaaa. BUR AaiN RIFKRENCCa. rwfrasOaMo i Book oa foltaibto lUeote wrae to ii in, Jl, am NOUN -- aaj aaoxxaa . aaaaxaaa, ox. f script aoa.aoa aeveskK RrjaaiiraaToaa. str. NsxWV WlLafVefH BOOKKEEPING BWmMSBJBBJSBBBt.- KaTmffe TYPETOTINGaa. KtfvMIIPJ Ita PrMld.nl haa rMncftmru aad banklaa boslaaae. alee af yaars Marailae kABjajajBjfc WB919J W TELEGRAPHY I0.0S0 , ISmV.RW" ' cumstance. eran statesman. ."Thert Is Niuall :hunce nf my having This world ha been led more by a cbauce to forget llieni so long as H. A. tnero an' 0,H ,0 n"'" rel,l,Hl tne ueW footprint than guldetward. Porter. represent" v iiuuaio r.xirrsa. 1 "You must remember not to forget tbe folks hack home," udvtsed the vet- Statesman's Trials. Fairies, now many kinds of fairy were there? A good many. For an. elf dif fers from a troll, who must not be' Pomeroyton, Ky. In interesting adconfounded with n pixy. Then in advices from this place, Mr. A. J. Hughes dition there was the kelpie, the guome. the brownie, the kobold. the nts and writes as follows : "I was down with (be urisk in batry Scotch spirit). Chicago New. stomach trouble for five (5) years, and would have sick headache so bad, at Circumstances. Tou might as well expect one wave times, that I thought surely I would die. of the sea to be precisely the same as I tried different treatments, but they tbe next wave of the sea as to expect that there would be no cbunge of cir- did not seem to do me any good. I could so thankful Black-Draught for what Black" has bee) de- Draught has done for me." Tbedford's found a vtty valuable medicine for rangement of the stomach and liver. It is composed of pure, vegetable herbs, contains no dangerous ingredients, aad act gently, yet surely. It can be freely young and old, and, should be not eat or sleep, used by I got so bad, and all my friends, except one, thought I kept In every family cheat! Oet a package today. He advised me to try would die. Only a quarter. uit and 14Thadford's Black-Draug- "'. N. ..m rf...ii;i.l Il one Relation of Crops to Animals. than that of tying several cars piece lng deep wells, and the usefulness above th other In loops Jn a and the safety of many city supplies In general 'farming, whero both of binder twine, rind hanging the have been serlourily Impaired br m' crops and animals bring In revenue, wholo row in a well vontlllatcd Soft rchv proper location or faulty construction, tnere 8t,ould be a or attic. Care must Jmj taken to wells. Two examples of useless tlon between tho crops produced and of mice. drllng may bo cited. At one place, the annuals raised on the farm. Thissafety from rata and seed corn careful selection of where water was needed for the Irri- This necessary If attention Is given way with tho necessity gation of flowers, an nttompt was to the fertility of itho farm and tho iwil not do of testing tho Boca next spring, out mado to obtain a supply by drilling cost of marketing bulky crops, such I that operation will then, in all prob about 600 feot into a rock formation as hay and grain. ability, reveal more gratifying facts. that furnishes large quantities of It Is sometimes necessary to make ncmember that within the next water at only a few places, and never tj10 08tImato upon the feed tho anl- fnrtilatifta UTltpr Of flirt (lUftlLtV UOCded h.1rt nt n.irt itfi. niqllltrn ttlftl lirrl- - few days wo will largely detcrinno ' except within about 100 feet of the ducCi u"ut to do th,8 gomc unlt tuU8t tho fat0 of oxt T. It. BltYANT, attempt was madO), surface: and an decided upon, as all animals do Head ot Extension Department. snuiM tw REPUBLICAN TICKET to supplyn water Infor alll'lltll Of city b.'inot ..,..... Bame nor produce the Kentucky Agricultural Experiment noaflV ' L uott II olnlrliicr oll Sut,on- - Lexington, Kentucky. 2.000 feet In a locality whore there am, thcn e3tln,ate the Bhoop, svvlno, N. B. White. OTar Representative possibility of procuring goa no was ambs, pigs, etc., by this stand u?tor Oounty .ludgo M. L. Heavrln. Trying Alfalfa. w County Court Clerk Claude enough fresh water from a single wen aru- - -por j,18tance, it has been est! two or three niateu- by Dr. C. P. Warren of Cornell' I will give my experience with at 1,10 supply more than n&nkenshlp. water suiiame 3hr County Attorney C. K. Smith. families, and where no be found more university that seven sheep eat about falfa. I selected a plecu of sandy clay for a city supply could a3 mucll niamiro. one horse, huV, ground that was In rje Inst year and JVr Sheriff S. O. Kcovvn. niay was pastured and had stock fed on than 100 feet below the surface. Ob- - s.eer or cow over two j cara 2Tnr Jailer W. I'. Mldklff. vlously a knowledgo of these condi- be regarded as an animal unit In es It sut fall. It was well manured last School Supt. Henry Leach. Jrcr tions woir'd have saved much time timating the number of animals that)! winter. I plowed It this spring, top IFi? .Assessor D. 13. Ward. and money. may be kept on the farm. Two colts, I dressed It and harrowed It every Mar Surveyor C. S. Moxiey. for definite information 2 oung cattle, 7 sheep, 14 lambs, 5 'week or ten days o keep down the Itlloy. Tho need Ste Coroner Dr. A. B. In regard to the water resources of hogs, 10 pigs or 100 hens may equii weeds. It uicnsurcd 7 by 20 rods, con the country has long been evident one animal unit, as estimated by Dr. taining one and nn eighth ncres. I JSTasrlrterlal Dlst. Xo. 1 Ed Shown. spread ten bushels of llmo over It and to both practical and scientific men, Warron. Ataglfterlal Dlst. No. 2 Sam Leach. Dlst. No. C L. A. McDanlel and In the Blue Grass region the subSuppose, for Illustration, that the Inoculated It with eight bushels of .xra.rtTial ject has keen Interest for sanltar-aln- s, manager has 100 acres of land In dirt from an old alfalfa field. .'Itajpteterlalt Dlst. No. 4 Geo. Rowe. householders, manufacturers, an crops and the following animals: of June, 1 harThe twenty-sixt- h Dlst. No. 5 Wlnson Smith. Mux. PapJMalterlal Dfst. No. C W. S. Dean. civic communities. Water-Suppl- y Three horses, C cows, 2 colts, l rowed and sowed the alfaha seed at er 233 ot the United States Geologic- .voung cattle, 3 hogs, 10 pigs, 15 the rate of 20 pounds per acre and IMasfcrttrlal Dlst. No. 7. D. F. KIce. al Survey, by George C. Matson, con- sheep, 10 lambs, 60 hens. Jfcyclstexlal Dlst. No. 8 harrowed the seed In. A good rain tains a discussion of the waters of The estimate may be made some camo Just after sowing. In a week this regoln their sources, character,' thing like this: One horso Is eqwvl or in dajs the alfalla camo up, also and distribution, Including a large to 1 animal unit; 5 cows equal to .",the weeds. On about two-thirof number of analvses. The report in- units; 2 ca'ts, 1 unit; 4 joung cattle, 'fa was three to five Inches high, also s of cludes a chapter on the qualtly ot 2 units; 3 hogs, 6 units; 10 pigs, 1 the weeds. On about these waters and discussions of die unit; 25 sheep, 2.1 units; 10 lambs, the patch both were thick, on the FAMOUS waters of this region their sorc-s- . .7 units; CO hens, .G units; or 16 anl-- , other d both were thin. Then character and distribution, including mal units for 100 acres In crops. the fight began. I did something 1 a ilarge number of analvses. The re Upon this estimate there will be 6 3 never read or heard of any one port a chapter on the qualwith of Dependent on ity ofIncludes waters and discussions and the crops for each annil unit, ling weeds an alfalfa patch: I pulled these out by hand. I pulled them produce I the should animal's of the action of various kinds of wa- about 175 tons of manure. Such a out where they were thick because Water Supply.. ter on boilers and their behavior In farm Is lightly stocked, and with they smothered the alfalfa and I pulldifferent Industrial processes, such good management support ed them out where they were thin should as soap making, ice making, brewing, more animal units. becaus it was not much of a Job. So Sjuiflgsof Blue Grass State Are and distilling. One must bear in mind that the I practically pulled all the weeds out, In tno pfaccs where the' alfalfa come An article that has real merit yield must be taken 'Into considera.Locations of Scores of Early 1 now become popit'ar. That tion. Some farms voiJId not. sup- up wain it has thickened until should In time port an 'animal unit to 10 acres, and lav e a splendid stand. such is the case with Chambrelaln's Settlements. Now this plccef of ground would Cough Remedy has been attested by others would produce enough to keep animal to every three or four have brought me at least 50 or 60 many dealers. Here is one of them. in busttels bf corn, .counting corn at Ttoc pioneers of Kentucky entered H.'W. Hendrlckson, Ohio Falls, Ind., acres. must be remembered also that present prices, worth $32.50 to J39.50 pass-cit writes, 'IChamberlain's Cough RemSlie State through the mountain xo the oast, brlnglrigwlth them, edy ia the best for coughs, colds and with the animals above mentioned with the fodder worth $5. My alfalfa jMstorce, the barest necessities of croup, and is my best scaler." For it wlU be necessary as a rule to have seed and lime cost me $7.10, so It m. a fevy acres in permanent pasture. can be seen my experiment cost mo 5fi and were compellcfiSto rely on sate by if.l dealers. Also that In the example cited no al- about $50, but I am well pleased with tor a large part of their food j&wc Fick-U- p Paragraphs lowance was made for Btablc crops, it so far. 1 intend to sow n field in iyjiks. These early settlers found Gossip soon burns holes in a good if such crops as cattle, fruits no al- early oats In the spring, cut and reiptsit. iiialn saline springs were lowance was made for stable crops. move the oats as early as possible, bylarge game, and .that these name. Any Joke is funny to the winner if such corps as cattle, fruits, truck then sow to alfalfa, using a disk d'rlj.7 MjmsiES or the trails leading to them etc., be raised for the market acre leaving the stubble on the ground In a card game. X'itvntvl the best hunting grounds. age In these 'crors should not be es- for protection. A man's idea of an enjoyable evenTho sites of Boonesboro, founded I am going to try luiturlng hogs ing Is the kind he can't afford. timated In calculating the animal . Its Ilaniel Boone, and Harrodsburg, ibi tirsV settlements In the State, Money talks, and even hush money units the farm will support, but the on alfai'fa nad finish on a short corn crops raised for feed. ration. Now I want to ask my bromaizes more or less noise. tnntsru chosen because of their proxther Guide readers for a llttlo Inforimity to good spirngs, and one of the The Government believes that t!M Agricultural Extension. mation. I have a high, dry piece of near Boonesboro furnished photograph trust needs a time exspring ON ground, rather thin. I have a mile SEASONABLE SUGGESTIONS aait water, which doubtless attrac- posure. track laid out In the field, which The best thing that can bo said for and other wild animals. The SEED CORN. ted i'or igMne reason determined the location breakfast is that they do not serve Just at this time It is highly Im- naturally runs to blue grass. 1 thought riZ srores of the early settlements it with muscial accompaniment. portant that the attention of all of flowing up the center Held of t . Nearly every woman is so accus- farmers be. directed to the necessity track, about two or three acres, this nearly all the Important cities zizid towns of the State. Some of the tomed to acting that she thinks Bhe of, looking now for a suppl) of seed fall, sowing It next spring to sweet clover, let it stand a year, then plow SalucHy .springs, such as Brjant would make a hit on the stage. orn for next season. 'If they ever go broke the Pank-hur- st -- siaiinp .Spring and Lower Blue Lick If jou havo a reasonably good va- It up and sow it to alfalfa. What do sisters ought to make good in riety of corn en your own farm, the you think of It? .Spring, were later made famous 'in J. F. Dlnnon in Farmers Guide. rrcxKBAictlon with the struggles of ((lie, vaudeville. The Cherry sisters did. place to look for seed is in our own The price of stocks on the market field, but In case jour neighbor has against the Jndians, and still tOleru Horse Power in an Engine. fcticr large springs formed objective Is going down, but this can not be a better strain of corn than you have, iiorse power Is generally defined .yoiuts for tlie armies of both Bragg said of the price of anything else. would be wiso to bargain with him it Eplke Spauldlng's objection to wo- to let you go Jnto his field and se- as the abllitv to lift 33,000 iiounds to TtsA Euell. '.Practically all the old mansions man suffrage Is that not more tha lect sufficient, seed for next vear's a height or one foot In one minute. A horse is said to be developing one 'a.. 2nc Blue Crass region were built one man In ten knows enough to crop. wiwru spring water was accessible, vote Intelligently. The seed corn test next winter or horse powor when he walks at the miles per Hit when the inhabitants began to Running up and down stairs sweep early spring will bo an operation rate of two and one-hai- T JivAd jbonses on the divides they dug lng and bending over making beds that you cannot afford to neglect, but hour and Is exerting a constant pull .mes? wells a,nd cisterns. Doubtless will not make a woman healthy or it wAll merley be a Bad disappoint- of 150 pounds. One 'of tho simplest wave of deterfctoe dicasterous cholera epidemic of beautiful. She must get out of doors, ment If you depend upon selecting rjiit half of tho eighteenth your seed corn from the crib, liru mining horse power in gasoline en .walk, a. mile or two ever' day and le stimulates tho digging of cistern take Chamberlain's Tablets to im- the winter, slnco It will merely re- gines Is to square the diameter of the .ns during the lost generation many prove her digestion and reguJate her veal the fact that very little if any cylinder In Inches, multiply the result by tho number ot cylinders, and teixr been constructed. In favorable bowels. For sale by all dealers, m. of it Is fit for seed. Wal'tuw drilled wells havo supplanThere are many things to take divide by 2.5. For instance, It the ted dug wells, but they will probably Base Hits. Into consideration In selecting seed cylinders of an automobile gas are 3.75 Inches in diameter, and ariKw supplant cisterns. Modern basebaV players have it corn. These points concern not only Xif early Industrial e'ntcriirlses of easy. When we played the game over the ear Itself but also the stalk upon there are tour cylinders, tho horse lii; 5iUie Crass region consisted of tho fence was out, but now when a which It grows, hence another reason power, according to this formula, xtiiik iuid dlstlllorles, many of which batter puts one over he gets a home for the desirability ot selecting seed would bo a llttlo over 22. A more accurate way than tho iiivijvl .upon springs for their water corn from tho field, before the corn run and an ear load of cheering. above approximation is to muftlpiy uppira; but with the development Chicago Post. is cut. vut tbf country tho supplies from the Seed corn should bo selected in the tho pressure Jn pounds per square Connie Mack, manager of the Phil4 Urines btvame inadequate and nuiny fail just as It is coming to maturity. iuch ot piston, by tho lengthy ot the adelphia Athletics, has rented a of theifl havu been abandoned. At the house in which he will start a baso-b.i'- 1 Select well dov eloped ears growing stroke In feet, by the area ot the piston In square Inches, by tho number mwrjtrt time much water for indus- school. It may work out all upon well developed and vigorous v&'al ute is drawn from streams or right, but In our opinion tho corner stalks, and of the same maturity. ot explosions per minute, and divide wtlti, althongli springs continue to lot wiUI continue for a long time to Mark them and ahow them to mature the result by 33,000. To apply this 'Jitdi a. eij laiportunt jilacc, and in be tho most effective baseball school Do not select large cars from stalks formula properly takes some knowl . funn localities drilled or driven wells in this country . Chicago Record-Heral- that have grown In hills by thm-selve- s, edge of gasoline engines. Horse power iu steam ongines that have been extremely TWc problom ot procuring water for favored In tho way of rich spots or may bo determined by this same forSrwd'istritt jiurioses Is very important. To Mother-An- d Others. havo been favored in regard to mois- mula, but tho last multiplication is You can use Bucklen's Arnica Salve ture present, but prefer thoso that made by the number of revolutions .i.wticular)y ira largo ampunt of water irS a, certain quality or of a definite to; cure children of eczema, rashes, have produced most heavily when iwr uilnutu instead ot the number ot 1b required. tetter, chaflngs, scaly and crusted hu- growing under average conditions. explosions per mlnuto. raDRe of temperature Really, tho only accurate way to Jti-ju- ' manufacturing plants havo bocn mors, as wJll as their accidental in- Other things' being equal,' soloct oars disregard of the juries, cuts, burns, bruises etc., .with from short thick stalks rather than determine horse power Is by brake fyarfil wltli absolute perfect safety. Nothing else heals so from tall slender ones, as the latter test. It Is rather troublesome to aii-p. "iKttabUlti of tho avallablo water this tost, and It Is usually done quickly. For boils, 4'cers, old running are more likely to bo blown down. Uio owners havo subsequentand ly jfouud the coat of proculnrg the sores, fever sores or piles It has no Never select an car that is extremely o.iy at the factory. Gasoline engines long of shank, but rather select one under test will usually dovdlop only xtptieii water ono or their heaviest equal. 23 cts. at all druggists. UTtlji3. it is probabte that, In the of a medium shank with the tip point about their ratod horse 'power, or a .111 Sight" You. Steam( engines under cjjKrue ttt a few years, souio fuoto-rhing downward at an angle ot about little less. wllA often , develop considio the Bluo Grass region will be To a nloe now residence at the beat 45 degrees. Prefer ears that do not brakd test erably morp than their rated horse frcrwd to pljie water from a consld-trni- il bargalu in Ilarttord, If jouUl write havo a gross, coarse, heavy husk. to Lock Box 130. if you want a great- powor, for they seem to havo the abll ox moro their riktanco Tho vitality of seed corn Is home, here, hotter hurry, for It won't ly Injured If not destroyed by Bevere lty ot carrying extra heavy loads (or plants. Wallace o tl last long at the price. Wo have freezing while the grain contains a short periods of time. In Kentucky, as clsovvhero, the best school in Western Ken- llargo percentage of moisture. This Farmer. outbrealvs'of water-born- e ,u:h us typhoid fever, have tucky now, with our fino now build-In- s. reminds ,us of tho necessity not, only The Souvenir Catalogue. 1U4. of, selecting In the 'early fall but enptasUed the necessity ot obtain-iiix- s Tho most beautiful and attractive pure water supplies or prevent-.in- j; iVso of drying tho cars curefuly beWent a Position? booklet ever, issued b (ho .Bqwllng fore freezing weather. the pollution of' present supplies, you wlU get it If pu qualify youror even thousands of This can bo easily accomplished Green Business University will, be "ilundreds anyone , In have been wasted In unsuccess-ju- l self for it. Write tho Bow'inc Greon In many ways but ixrhaps no caHler sent ifreo on request i of In a business education. It atteinitUs to procure water by drill Business University for particulars It or safer method could bo auggeatuJ terested ' .;' x r" o well-defin- ipro-vli- lo ! Ffee t "p !' I l.., I Attraction! Ohio County Fair Grounds i J 0j ! At ' EVERY ' AFTERNOON IERITUCKY OT two-htlrd- one-thir- I ! Balloon Ascension 2-- do-acr- Enterprises t I Ann KarAPmifA i.pan tor i.iip. , r A W W W at FREE! At the Fair Grounds "RESOT-VE- i cd have that we BltfJNESS BUILT OUR BY DOING BUSINESS C plT A ON THE. LEVEL . 1 VIE "WANT YoURTfeADE ANDWCANKEEPIT VSJUSTQtiCZ. IF YOU VlLL COME TO , A DOLLAR. SAVED UULtUHl 5i ISSiJZ M cen-Xc- rs z: en D en-gt- -- i ATTHIJTIMEor THE YEAR THERE' J d. sup-flfc- y, ly SCARCELY ANYBODY WHO DoEJN'T NEED .SOMETHING NEW. FALL 3' REALLY HERE ' AND WINTER S NOT TAR OFF. IT IS WELL . TO (JET NEW THING 6 ANYHOW. IT MAKE5 VS FEEL NEW AND FREJH S(l GET TIRED ' JOFQLDTHING.S. .WELL, WE'VE Gof NEW THINGS,' AND WE ARE SELLING THEM AT A PRICE THAT NOBODY CAN FIND FAULT WITH. WE HAVENEVER LOST ANY MONon the EY doing we -- bujinejj FULL ARE .GIVING vAlIE jqiare. money. FpR iYoVKh xt en-tll- re -- occa-jtuav- CARSON fiTCtfc INOOpPORATBO. , fffJi i'jj K:C ' , U ', 4 Hartford,. 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