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The Hartford republican: October 3, 1913 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1913 hao1913100301_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: October 3, 1913 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1913 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Se MWre Job Work. Waxtfoxb DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE Ucpnbikavu OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1 per Year No. 12 LEGACY WON r VOL. .' XXVI. lf HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1913. Phillips (Little Frank) 2d, Ivory Phillips (Alice B.) 3d. mile and re Running, one-hapeat J. F. Faught (Stowaway) 1st, K. Vltltoe (Durable) 2d, J. W. Beat- ty (Mont Lee) 3d. Pace or trot, Ohio county horses Tlce Baker (Crocket) 1st, Dr. L. B. Bean (Maxey and King) 2d and 3d. Fourth Day. RING NO. 63 Best stallion any age W. E. Stone 1st, Theo. Heady 2d. RINO NO. 04 Best mare, any nge Rowe & Dexter let and 2d. Special Premium by W. E. Ellis-B- est saddle and harness horse, eith er sex, any age Rowe & Dexter, 1st and 2d. RING NO. CC Best suckling colt Herbert Ward 1st, Eldy Ward 2d. colt, 3 years RINO NO. OTt-B- est Roy: old O. W. Nance 1st, al 2d. Racing. Two-fort- v trot, best 2 In 3 John Johnaon fDan H.) 1st. J. H. O'Flynn . ... K.J za, ivory nLiin.. (urutaci; runups m i. H, v IUNTY FAIR LOUISVILLE M. E. GREATJUCCESS rerything to Satisfaction of Everyone. jje Crowds mm mm and Many Exhi bitions at Ohio County persons who could not write their names. Her address made a profound Impression on .the huge audience. The meeting at Kingston Sunday la the second In Madison county. In Wi CONFERENCE ENDS ren county the fourth is being held. sci this week will give Kentucky the distinction of having held not only Appointments Announced Big Crowd Attends Chau- the first Farmers' Chautauqua In the world, but the distinction of having held the first six. Kingston. for Ensuing Year. , It seems now that these meetings have passed beyond the experimental Sunday Crowds Hear Ser- Second of Series of Meeting stage, for men In other countjes are Great asking questions and are wondering If they cannot use the same plan in getmons From Campbellsville Proves Success in Every ting their folks together. FARMERS SHOW 000 LIVELYJNTEREST JY WOMAN For Her Stand Against Woman Suffrage. Justice Brown Leaves $1,000 to Mrs. Goodwin Law Fol- tauqua at Fair. Pulpits. Way. Death' of Mrs. Louella Iter. lows Sentiment. , The Owensboro Inquirer of Monday New York, Sept. 29. Mrs. Frank J. Campbellsville., Ky.. Sept. 30. The rhe Ohio County Fair, under the Richmond, Ky., Sept. 29. Kingston I said: L- - B. Bean, cfosa B. Goodwin, of New York, member of Methodist Conference In session here, Mrs. Louella Her, wife of Jas. nagemcnt of Dr. annual ses Farmers' Chautauqua opened Sunday Her, 714 Trlplett street, died at the the National Association Opposed tw celebrated Its sixty-fift- h " last Saturday evening, an- sion when Bishop A. W. Wilson with a splendid crowd of enthusiastic cltr hospital Sunday afternoon at Woman Suffrage, ha, found that It daia of pleasure lor the visitors. way, iminpnii mo atinolntments for the I people in spite of threatening, uuuutnj th waa a success In every fair '""4:35 ociocK, alter an iimess oi sev' pays ln more ways than one to be I. ministers of next year. Quite a nauie i, hanging rain clouds. There was one eral months. She was a daughter of aji "antl." At a meeting of the a- first dav the crowds began thn tnefea,ture ,r this gathering that was W- - G Bennett of Ohio county and sociatlon, held September 25 at H was waged in the election of '.mm in mnrt bv Saturday an at- clerical delegates tto the general con- nottloed by several of the members of waa born March 14t iS6ij. When New York offlce.37 West Thlrty-estimated at five thousand Bdance ference., Gross Alexander was eiecxea the Bxecutlvo Committee, and one ot,aulte young she professed faith and street, Mrs. Goodwin received 00a- day. Dole waa on hand all . . nnthi.. Jiir. There was no.. , ,... 'nn the third ballot. -nr,ai l,- h anvlnirT- "Whv.li.ij the Methodist Episcopal gratulatlons on a legacy of fl,0W oeverything went on ..... ww v"w days. A dreadful .ltlnn nn thn fltlrth.. The COUfCr-l- mere uiuqi I. tti. 1nnnf .urnntv flf church, of which she was a faithful from former Associate Justice Brown, uo j iwwk .wfcj . ciumiuu .hi ontlra four called to ord thlrty peolile ttuA nave come all the member, when she died. She was of the United States Supreme Court tAnt wnH narrowly averted, howRunning, mile dash Declared off. ence adjourned and was i way from ranK ji. i Waco, where iney naa tne member when she died. ,oy the Kev. afternoon, when Prof She was fThe codicil in his will giving ber. frr. Friday 0ne.haif mne dash E. Vltltoe . fckcr was slightly Injured when '(J yitltoe (Dur- - ,:30 o'clock in order to cast the fifth meoting lost week. If the Chautau-L- married In 18&6. She Is survived by K&e money said: e Da,e) lBtf ... x ballot, when the Rev. J. T. Rushing, Hooan't do anvthlnz more than her husband and five children, Roy, "To Grace Duffleld Goodwin I fee-.....i,i.. tho haLloon and para. . . . . . In- of Elizabethtown, was elected. The mlx our neighbors up this way It will Ualvin, Hetue, Aima ana tp hroke. as the balloon went inane. aueath the sum of $1,000. not obIv- aw . n'lVoUng became spirited In the next b a, Kreat big success." In other Three brothers and three sisters also ,a token of my personal esteem, bst f.i. nir causlne Parker to get a Madison county survive her, Mrs. Eva' Bennett, Mrs. of my appreciation of her service and Inasmuch as no one was wordB the peop,e ry bard fall. However, he was game gpec,al prem,um by A. Barker . - orn npinniTiz in rnaiim luul u -- ..a,. niAKti nv nun ttiiciuw .Miss Norine na . . . ... - eiyn nnminaiMi 111 uucu vvuiviv.mwv --- -" Cm.. rPlAliann1 Ulna tPttthOf. TlAfW in uphofdlng the dignity of woaafl-hoo- d " . auss " ".r "" H macK t'j .W M vote was scattered among a large tauqua means -- Ti..- speakers and ne( piummer Bennett of Ohio coun- and defending the htatorlc po,in .nrvossful ascensions . Thomas 2d. tUC . . .. .. olno. rtK n ..MJUn4An tl wm numoer i tauuiunwa music. ana auaienue Biasing, uwwn iyt t,, t. Benneu or Keeas ana noa. sition of her sex in our scheme of by many It was thought the i"r .. k a. t Floral Hall. imii on .! r, i 11 government." tion. mi Beveum ubhui n n a touhii a national noi ui Alvls S. Bennett of Louisville. """ lae bu'd not be a success, possibly . Mrs. Frank Best Watermelon The Wf nn nnUtilinitmnll nn olftHlon. i.l iK.tk. Mrs. Goodwin, ln speaking other 'The funeral wU be from Trinity count of no fair having been given Sullenger. Pumpkin Mrs. e,ghth baUot wag token mi-Tte. Best 8. J or of the Inember8h1p of one church, Methodist church corner of Ninth work, said: j -- - hl lor seve- r- '- -. Best half bushel Thomnso nT thn nkonla of the country. ot owensboro. was elect- prMlt- is due to Dr Frank Sullenger. L.n..n. and Trlplett, Tuesday afternoon at 2 "We- - who sincerely and seriously Ci;uuuk mnro Mrs. L. . for his public spirlteanesa - applespeas Mrs, F. F.Bennett. Best ed moraine hour found the seats o'clock, services by Rev. W. R. Hunt. opposed the programme offered by The Best L. peo- peck Bennett. 'ln th0 bie white tent filled. 'Dr. Interment in Elm wood cemetery, BOARD OF MISIONS REPORT. rylng to give the Ohio county suffragists think the women who adyelfqw ,1 i.n-- i r n.in r.r nog nva a The pallbearers will be; Thos. El- vocate 'the enfranchisement of wo- nt mlttslnna renorted T. Tha good fair and having the ability half bush. a . . .tlonlklns. MBe8br7Xe'u;keXmBaonodl8reat progress in the work, and state alwng tol'k on e country as a place lis, W. C. Nail, Jas. Garrison, Jno. ,f propei..y running en fail to demonstrate the remedial Last hen .. thnt tlQ tri.r. hnrt hppn raUedXdurlne rn. lu.ino- Ho ahnwpd conclualvelv Silbereisen. W. Holbrook and F. A- - effect of the baMot when grasted . .- .-. v be a financial succe. w to ..uD. Turkey, torn and hen- - ...Mai. T,.w- Bwas Roby, g drift toward the city n eave the awards 01 the burn Red -ok the year for home and foreign mission. tba,t to women. We frankly admit that The. board also stated that still fur- - tiused largely by the lack of educa-thIfirt dav. and the awards 01 ine n- - Mrs. L. F. Bennett. individuals and groups under existfacllties, of social pleasure WOULD-Bjnalnlng days are as follows: advancement would be made dur- - tjonai BANDIT TELLS ing, conditions frequently endure la-jE ing the year in work of home mis- - ana 0f religious Ife. tlce; women in the industrial world, Second Day. slons. and that.' the home missionaries suffer imder heavy wrong; individual w.MI. Dexter, of the Agrlcul- with Stallion 43 TMNrt NO. OF PLOT TO ROB TRAIN who own property and pay tawf V.. would receive larger pay during the Departnient( Washington, gave -MEET IN JAIL next year. The conference cashier re- - tunU )..,, nmmmmn for the doun- i"n. Uanntf . ithree or more con mk. with no voice In public matters of1st, Wm, uunon u. passed . ported that 34,5l8.4S had churcb U Was a remarkable and fer a form of Injustice. Suffragists age niNO NO. 44 Stallion any through his hands during the Bession ngpiy presentation, which alike are eavsr has Conscience-Stricke- n, . Tells Police and . Theo. Heaay. ElFm. Burton 1st. f "!" """" to see these wrongs righted, but they Erown oui 01 a uuuiucr ui tuuiweu- age ' .w..w.w. mvrs Nfi 4 o Mare any Speclal trains were run Into Camp- - e8 wth f,fty mnUters who had About It Had Saws in differ seriously as to the means (of ;owe & Dexter llrst, Theo. Heady , a. haiiaviiia vpatprrtav from Lebanon and j riage Vows After Short cs.th Nevertheless, we submit this end. . . W. n.AannIIMV n1A thrOA hi? mntOP CarS ,a -.w Clothes. the proposition that American viuu uiik, 1...& nol a mere ..11- uui a ..14.1 ww 46 Oeldlng and age Separatnon. RINO NO. carried people from Columbia ln order con8tructted programme' which would en, judged, not by the Individual? .. who ITheo. Heady 1st, and 2d. to hear the visiting preachers the group or the class, but as a wfcoto make o churCh the center of the life RINO NO. 47 Stallion, mare or fiUed the puipiis 01 me cuy. New Orleans. La.. Sept. 30. The are suffering under no wrongs which .Af er ouMinJng the various activities Owensboro, Ky., Sept. 30. A young W. gelding Theo. Heady 1st, w. Sunday morning Bishop A. oxA develop.Dr. hold-uot another mall and express need for their redress tthevl olent ovho church woman, not more than 21 years old, Wilson preached in the opera house whch cloaed by saying along these Btone 2d. train in the South was prevented by erturning ot the entire political maDexter ana was carried into the station by three 8 niNO NO. 48 Best colt two and ordained the folowing young bandits becoming chinery of the nation. gucC0Ea lairing Won. Some the one of the would-b- e inder three years Theo. Heady 1st, officers a an early hour Sunday lste'rs deacons: Fielding T. Howard. reature8 are not of unlveraajl appll-Henr- y. conscience-stricke- n and unfolding the "The suffaglsts claim that the balnma In an 1ntn.xiCal.ed ..nM.lnn Aha lohn Baird 2d F. Hlglns. James Henry Ep- - catl0Ilf but th0 bigijest efficiency will plans to the New Orleans authorities, lot ln the hands of women will niNO NO. 49 Colt under one . C0ndltjOn haing been found on .the ley. Alonzo D. Davis, Patrick C. Long n(Jt be reacbed without obed'ence to according given- - out cleanse our national life from tfee Kf "m" - nen- n oitizen, wnero Harry R. Short, Henry E. Jarhoe, lawn ot a The plan dread evil ot Intemperance and preo-rear old Eldy Ward 1st, J. a. wMt of feaeraatlon,oonsolldatlor by the police here the William A. Phlpps, Henry T. Speak . -by her cries she was alarming 2d. l...tnn tk U.B CTV4V al uw.w n aJiuatrnent of life in the cor- - ii i D said, was to" hold up the fast j uiuiivu. T .hfa wami arv hnnA WltnU neighborhood. -- a au nnri InKAV W. ffnllAWaV. ... . ulth n Raciag. Orleans, Louisville &nat be an u in America. .unnnnnnix Ul LUO UIBWWU nil" .Ita New York-NeSunday evening Bishop John C environment. and A young man had been arrested Nnahviie train between here Two-fort- y class, trot or pace . ordained the class the charge of being just before evil would be thrust out if they darBayou St. Louis John Johnson (Dan H.)lst, C. Clay - shortly before onwasseatedonahench K!go preached and as follows: Wi I . ot traveling elders dalry expert, it arrived ln Now Orleans at 8:30 ed to face the simple questloa ot ,001 (Black Patch) 2d. Ivory Phil- Intoxicated. He Chauteuaua M a . . ata 8 BucKner. Jesse tth hia head in n Aanas wnen starvation. Just as the claim not' lips (Fritx W.) 3d. and be , thoroughly competent, but o'clock. wg "JAccording to the story of the po- - votes will raise wages betrayed coa ' ""-wr'- '' "a, Sunday addresses have made his i" .!- ." . -. .- came to fused thinking ln the matter ot poltuinjaiiuui. u. ,...0 1st. u. risner neu uu .uuu leatty (Indiana) audlences realize that the United Stat lice. Clarence E. Boatwright - Kaysier. . beRoyal Mack) 2d. J. F. Faugnt ww, ui u ui, Government has.a man who la doing Central station and told them of the itics and industry, so this claim ' two ministers have died dur- her." ew an pian., iney Bay no wm u.u ..w. trays confused thinking in the matter Stowaway) 3d. along- an .. . I Tvnii.m n.wii. ,UB , -. ..... . - extra and vital work uo umu K. Oliver, formerly ot Nashville, had of politics and ethics. Public seaO-meuic "v o " n m mi- Mnlf mile and reueat K. vituoe and that the 8lck and the Rev. T. V. Joiner. Mem- - unloue line HaU.eld. planned the robbery, that they were the. result .of an aroused public Jennie) 1st and 2d, J. Durable and At noon many boxes and baskets girl was Sonla Rudlsell, his wife. She orjai services were held ln the Meth- going East on the Louisville & Nash conscience, goes before the law and Beatty (Mont Lee) 3d bugglea and sur0(n8t church last nignt tor inesa uo- - were taken from the had deserted mm ana ner year-vm today getting oft at Rlgolets It. No Caw can be made, Y, Third Day. - ceased members, at wuitu a uujuto reys, and the crowd at luncheon on ville say Boatwright told them they In follows after I son spring, ne saia. uuaiaa.i ierm or enforced without such sentiment. any age . last contlnued( that she waa in 'the ground and then Just visited. They covering RINO NO. 50 Best bull, he ot m,niBtera spoke on the lives of the nglnenien with The terrible' weaKneases 01 uiww tended Among tne crowa at tungwou Thompson Bros., 1st and 2d. 'pwousboro, and came here in search thC8e departed ministers. revolvers, cut off the mall and ex- nature stand ln the way ot prohibi,... out from worry, be I . nCnintments - uiib. viio w"- - minv nt the w over arood roIKS irom . - u. .. ' fP RINO NO. 51 Best milch cow ior dynamite the safes. Ul UCl. "WU laB tion and abolition ot the. social evi'. uat Berea and the h UJbJJ-- A press cars and & Crabtree 1st, Thompson admitted took" seveml en8boro dl8trlct, are as follows: raylor that "he "These dread things still exist la Caa Tbe police watched the place where "o 6"i; a. j. inompBon, yrraiuu6 cmp fifros. 2d. annKs. ana waaat orrrawu. Oliver had been staying, ana anoui suffrage States, and severail of these im1 - taitunn.. t xTwf k ti. ifin. v ueaVer Uam. u. m. nusseu; vRING NO. 52 Bes neiier can according to ttuaiseu, waa a mu miriniirht he was arrested In his have had from sixteen to forty-tw- o At 2 o'clock Dr. Qulsenberry. off Cen- May: circuit. L. K. ter. of Hatfield, and was married to not filled. room. The officers say they found years for experiment and proof. Our circuit Alex Rovster: Cen- - Richmond, spoke on the rural church several small steel saws In his clothes, only sure knowledge of what can toe htm fiv virs aeo. She crew Ured RING NO. 53 Best fatter beet Thompson ot married life and suddenly dlsap- - tral City sUtlon, B. M. Currle, Clov- - He was followed by Dr. Mark Colons, and ITaylor & Crabtree 1st, that Boatwright told them they done must he based upon what has . ... .. .. the v Lexington, who discussed t. I.. they hmn done. and if it cannot bodoneW iu. luu ipearea irom ner nom, uo ..t.l .mha erport Btation w. u. rraim, 1.i.ad- of pjros. 2d following had nrenared to escape should Immediately Hcommuni RING NO. 54 Best buck, any age ,toby is lu care of aH'atlveln Evans- - boro muslon. Paul S. Powell; Dun-- E same topic. be caught and placed ln Jail. Oliver small and sparsely-settile- d Ihpo nircult. J. P. Vanhoy: Fordsvltle these two addresses the audience went Ivliie. -- not filled. robbery ties, and we must do women the jus round-tabl- e the refused to affirm or deny the to discuss Demonbarron, supply; into a RING NO. 55 Best ewe, any "I know It is my Will talking to raM0ni 3, are Neither of the men is known to the tice to' supose that they are unatwe country church. These round-table- s me." cried the woman as ane was Greenville station, u. r. mwu", breed S. J Hawkins, 1st and 2d. and not Indifferent or unwilling, how, part ot these Chau pctftce here. Howard; proving the best S RING NO. 56 Best boa,r, any uiaced in a cell. The couple became Greenville circuit, P. T. BoatwrlKht Is said to have told the shall It be accomplished In regloas programmes because they alle tauqua reconciled and the woman said she Hartford circuit, B. W. Napier; to wlth close population and congeatsd treed not filled. goes to the country police that failure ot he and Oliver circuit, W. E. Savllle; Lewis-po- rt low the man who NO. 57 Best sow, any --tfould return to her home. RINO these evils are the where Durchase dynamite and cities, speakers questions circuit, J. L. Murrell; Liver church to ask the It Is thought that the cases against reed not filled. here caused him to lose heart in the strongest? to till what he thinks Is possi ".The country Is thoroughly awake RING NO. 58 Stallion, any age botfa ot them wi'l be dismissed in more circuit, C. F. Hartford; Maceo and scheme, and finally to become cqn- Citizens have promis- circuit, R. t. Tully; North Hartford ble in the church In, hlsown neighbormorning; -- W. E. Btone 1st, Theo. Heady 2d. the Both are being held. to the perils of 'the white Blave traflite mission, J. B. Rayborn, supply: Ow- - hood. t ed to aid them ln beginning RING NO. 50 Mare, any age fic. Let the suffrage States' lead the was After a recess the audience Anahnnn HmtVI n HlllTA ntrfiAt. E. D Heady 2d. anew. . wav. Let them give us a practical Rowe & Dexter let. Theo. Thaw is 111. ready tor the strong evening proot communities which Ryan; Owanaboro circuit, D. S. CampR' RING NO. 60 Gelding, any age and, by the way, It Is fine to Concord. N. H.. Sept. 30. Friends demonstration CERALV0. Owensboro, Settie Memorial, grainme themselves by. tbe bell; cleansed --Theo. Heady 1st and za. ot Harry K. Thaw are have outuu auu d.uk and associates Owensboro, Third see uie uus auuiciM-Powell; Oct. 1. Mrs. D. W. Klmmel and Lewis votes ot women. Let them prove their RING' NO. 61 Stallion, mare or considerably over the failure Owensboro, ''America'" and any number of famllla worrying & Dexter .1st. W. E. Jilra. P. A. Milner are on the sick street, S. F. Wilson; ieldlng--Row- e ot the Mattewan fugitive to rid him-sij- lt contention by abolishing, ta they e hymns. ' Rochester ballot, these Woodlawn, E. S.Mooro; list. tone ad. of a heay cold with which he claim they can with the Dr. Dexter took for his evening iim vino liftnnAif nt T.lvermore. circuit, G. W. Dame; Sacramento clr- terrifying evils In Utah, Idaho, Cali- Double-- , team, re- ? RINO NO. 62 "RaUgion in Fanning," and a has been afflicted for a week. topic States' Rowe & visited her mother, Mrs. Milner, some cuIt y 3. Bucker; South Carrolltpn most interesting and instructive llecr ' One of the noticeable features at iJornla, Colorado and other aaiviv" nf"W. ownershlD 2d. . v. where women vote." u.;. A. Martin iaau iiiiu, Hvt,,i Dexter 1st, ture he made of It, making his auai- - the extradition hearing before Gov. Is port mission, n. a. jaruoc JL Mlas l.. v T Tl Tannin rreuiiura 1... " It pCiai n wi"" visiting Argent Shultz, Rochester, ence see the religion ot soil conserva .Felker last week was Thaw's deep Thirty-S- t vei Years. Transferred tQ Kentucky confer here. lady rider Miss Beatrice -- best and uerslstent cough. Thaw has been tlon and good farming. Bowling Green n Mr. George Casebler, who has been, ence, E. T. Caton and R. T. Brown. The iaynes 1st, Miss Kathleen Turner Mrs. Cora Wllsou Stewart told the under the care of a local physician, living ln Muhlenberg county for sevTransferred to New Mexico confer- story ot to the Business University Is now celebratlnj responded Id. the "Moonlight" schools in ibut has not moved back? to his ence. J. H. Walker. thirty-sevent- h anniversary, That Special Premium by Carson & Co. eral years,- has Rowan county, and then showed con- treatment prescribed. His broken rest Its greatteatMartin 1st, farm near here. has been dopg Institution Is enjoying the work he was best boy rider Willie Moving picture shows every Fri- clusively the fact that Illiteracy Blue-gras- s. and the hard nmannrLtv in Its history. It turoS lr. Clarence Robertson, has,, movwith bis secretary since nis arrvni Ubert Edward Cbinn 2d. day oaa Saturday nights at Dr. Beans just as prevalent ln the rich '" " ed to Rockport. times as many position Raciag. She gave figures from the last hore have reduced his weight some- away three songs and new Mr. WeflBla. Rowe has moved on opera house. New as it can till. class, trot or pace Two-thirt- y census which gave Madison county 2,- - what. farm, pictures. Admission 10c. , (Coastmaa) 1st, Ivory (he Clarence Robertson Snyder i ... rown --- .. '""" I -- a .. """""' -.-- i. "' m ',... . ,.,J EewinK-iogeine- .. ht corn-S.-H- aw-,le w - - er I hoamTniTwife us .M. ""S"" ... uiKui ..... .. , D mln-Une- wetl-know- I w.r . w anti-sutfagi- st ht - . "-- " - ...- .." .- .;;;; Wi IU t 0'y jc. nt, -- n. ot . ... I ,, - i;- t. Haw-esvll- nltro-glyceri- sclous-strlcke- n. o old-tim- .yii w- -- -r well-know- wl - mn9 m.n mt i mrrtBSMt!triffittltA'Z3l BAD ROADS CAUSE 1 st-- it THE ROAD. The lumpy roid And thii bumpy roml That J ill Is the wagon and spills the lo.id: Mint to (he hubs when the rain. comes down; Killed nllli ruts when the fields are brown And the sun Is hot and the air Is dry. It's clJgced with travel and packed with si nil, So built and graded and laid and planned That It taken a team And sometimes two To do tlio work ono horse should do. It racks the wagons with jolts and Jars. It ruins horses and motorcars. Keeps bick crops from tho market place. Piles up debts on the farmer's place. The old time road Is a plain disBut the modern nnd Is a different tlllMK. TWO GOVERNORS BUILD GOOD ROADS Kansas and Missouri Execu- TO BIND THE LOAD OF HAY. t- HEAVY EXPENSE j Fanwrs and Merchants Are Of tl e country rond. you an olo Equally the Losers, RESULT OF INVESTIGATION, JFrjaures Obtained by Minneapollt Com anbaven Shew How Thousand of mUara Could Bs Saved Annually by tanpreving the Highways of a State. 'Farmer Loses $170 For Each Acre. tives Donned Overalls. BIG ARMY OF WORKERS OUT grace?. In Good Roada Days "to Pull MiisAuri Out of the Mud" Bankers and Convicts Labored Side by Side Esti mated That $1,509,000 Worth of Improvements Were Made on Occasion. Clad In khaki overalls. Governor MaHodges of Kaus.is worked side by side with picks and shovels, assisting in "pulling "Missouri out of the mud." Over -- ."). 000 other men of the state bankers, I 1 AND FEEDS. POULTRY a day laborers, convicts from the state penitentiary, professional men and FALL ORCHARD WORK. clerks also worked shoulder to shoulS der with the same Implements, and Qo Over the Ground and Clean Up miles of roads In the 114 counties of c Carefully. Missouri were put In better shape than NOVEL SUGGESTION TO Just beforo the soil Is being prepared they have ever been In before. Is a AVOID MANY ACCIDENTS Hundreds of business men In St. for the sowing of the cover crop go over the orchard and Louis. Kansas City. Joplln nnd other One time to clean up, picking up and hauling out Plan Would Necessitate Slow Speed of cities and towns of the state deserted such rubbish as old crates, ladders nnd their desks or failed to enjoy an aft Autos When Crossing Tracks. ernoon on the golf Utiles and lustejd other things that were left during the donned overalls and labored on the period when fruit gathering was on For Boys and Young Men EtabliKed 18S4 In order to avoid accidents at rail- roads. It Is estimated that the value band, says the Home nnd Farm. Such material Is not only In the way, Standard preparatory and college courses leading to literary and road crossings, which have claimed of the work done will be over Jl.."i00.-00scientific degrees. Weil equipped business department. Strong such a large death toll In recent Moving pictures were taken of but is a.pK)I hiding place for rats nnd faculty. Healthful and moral surroundings. No saloons. Cammouths, a novel suggestion has been the operations in many parts of the mice, ns well as winter quarters for injurious to orchard Insects pus of thirty acres; four large buildings. Athletic park and put forth which It appears will at state and will be used to encourage crops. that are If the trees have made but gymnasium. Steam heat. New and complete sanitary system. danger of a collision other states to follow suit. least lessen the The two days' work on the roads is slow growth the npast two or three Boarding department Superintended by President. Tuition and between n train and passing carriages years It would be very good Idea to the result of a proclamation Issued by board at moderate cost. Address for catalogue: or automobiles. scatter some barnyard manure over Missouri-an- s If the highway crossings were dlvlcl-e- Governor Mujor calling for H. G. BROWNELL. President, or W. E. FARRAK. Oeaa. to get together and Improve tln the orchard Just before preparing the RUSSEILVILLE. KENTUCKY nnd offset with sharp turns at the state roads. The ready response of soil for the crop. This manure should be pretty well track, as per the sketch accompanying, the meu of all classes surprised even the crossing could not be made at high the most ardent supporters of the good rotted and should be scattered uniformly, being careful not to get It In roads movement. O'Urlon gently touched the chauffeur Opportunity. has been one of the great days plies about the trees. The manure will "It on tho arm and said; "I know that When Thomas A. Bdlson was twenty-- talking Is Btrlctly prohibited Jn this of my life." said Governor Major "As not only help the solt. but will aid the trees in making a better growth nnd one Yfct? world. iT a boy I traveled over nothing but had years of age he vsanikred In automobile, but I feel that I must Hi Had Tond conditions caused losses In roads. I made up my mind then if I will help the cover crop to grow bet- the atrccu of New York ono day .took makjou our friend fell out of the mapartly due to slow progress, ever got a chance I would do all I ter. Where the trees have been ing for a Job, when his attention waa ago." necessity of taking less direct could for better highways. The gov- - ing a rapid growth I think It best to attracted by a ilarge crowd gathering chine about fifteen minuted not use any manure. Lot the growth National Monthly. and partly because smaller eruor.of Arkansas- has advised me he In Wall Street in front of the exrhaAn "hrd to be carried. Detailed has set aside Sept 2 and 3 for rojd of tho trees the past two or three years change. Inquiring Here Is a woman who speaks from the cause of the serve as your guide. work, and I am happy at the results." showed that the losses In excltcmcnt.he had learned that some- - itersonnl knowledge and long experi- vtHia-- i WOHAY Ux two road days when "were as follows: Due to not talc- xesr om&tx I "I intend to said Governor Hodges. of thing had gone wrong with the il.ice, viz., .Mrs. 1. II. Drown, ftiw; the shortest route, .$(52,000: due to return home," RACK FOR WAGON BOX. communication. Here was Wlljon, I'a. who Bajs, "1 know from sWwer progress. $7."i.O0O: due to extra "It Is remarkable how many have reHe volunteered h experience that Chamberlain's Cough sponded to Governor Major's procla- Convenient Auxiliary Wood Carrier his opportunity. by smaller loads. $151).-X- b mation." servloos and In a few minutes had Remedy Is far superior to any oth- loss of $290,000. Losses Can Be Easily Made. Governors Major and Hodges, when Trim Mtfullity to reach the best marIt is often uecessary to carry wood things In working order, and within ir! For croup there is nothing? tha' their hands became so blistered that In the wagon box. When It is not twonty-fou- r ital fttsirfetbe spoiling of produce nnd hours was engaged as fin excels it." .For sale by all dealers. they could no longer 'use" a 'pltfU or a worth while to take the box off and Vectrlclsn at a salary of J.'lOO.'W fewwitirijufcjr to horses nnd wagons a shovel, turned In and steered road put on the ordinary heavy wood rack month. Tho vWfaundrtonggregate $221,000: from Few Fireproof Domicile There. same oport unities are grading machines. Both executives a light rack to tit Inside the wagon rwtitjfjlriiysi to haul manure. More than half tho dwellings In Now ahead Some are taken, but said that they never had a better time box Is therefore a convenience. One tftliu(P.si caused by bad .too often men are not ready for South Wales uro built ot wood. BUCinE-SrSin their lives. PLAN VOH CltOMSLNOH. iwnn'jl F" ii. 'i- rS l' J"ua-- ' -- a' of these racks Is shown In the accom- them or have not enough cnergy,p!u h Governor Major headed a great pro- panying sketch. Tc!tMlaar?(WPa'r? tIle TO"wlns speed. Thus the driver would be coor ambition to go after them. Opcession of road workers that left Jeffer IV.iracle. Aimos On flCMjimtj of bad roads The side and end pieces nro made of portunities are always ahead of you. enough to see a train nnd son City early to Improve the highOne of the most startling changed loj.f' for the vear $1.70 for ins slow two by four Inch material, the end stop. If he lined his at all. Callaway e'WMeMmed: 13 cents In many Instances sensesImpossible to ways of Cole and separated counties. piece B to be the same width as the and the man who can overtake an op ever seen In any man, according to It Is at the city Part of the crowd -portunlty can bag It. When'jou go W. II. Holsclaw, Clarendon, Tex., was Afrriecfca fdn of farm build tunnel crossings, and pitaerSdneY'rnihV 6f 'b'a'ff road: !) ns.de overhead orthe expenses are very limits, some to work on various roads, after an opportunity you must travel effected years ago In his brother. while jrtMTi;tilsfrttiffl'rb.0 Re 'J Id as great. from that scheme as this would ership a large number, under the leadwith a strong heart and make haste, "Hi htU such a dreadful cough," he Such u of the governor, Congressman .vA3rot)jUutaarf fli f( more uot. of for on tho roud you will find friends writes, "that all our family thought ,. I' II J i II II in eliminate all accidents, D. W. Shackleford and State Highway coiite. itojasObrnvfcUd etar.IWs irtak,cjwnty- (who have ho was going Into consumption, but to detain you, enemies but the number would be greatly di- Commissioner P. V. Uuffum. went SiltwKhHJs vnh am forofertf un:s ' minished. given up the chase, and thoniorlild he began to use Dr. King's N'ew Disacross the river to begin the extension "he total !oss,.tojtjriwH-l!riJtiW- s. V" Colonel Cornell of the National High- mangy mortals who wVl tell you that covery, and was completely cured by of the Ashland road to Jefferson City. -zufv jftj ivnvM Protective society reports that oportunltlcs are all gone. But don't ten bottles. Now he Is sound and Secretary of State Roach, attired In n fcftU"lMUmber of nutomohlllsti killed in full regalia of blue overalls, drove u ""b.WS WSMfciH1 4EC C0F" ;you believe them. Strike out after well and weighs 21S pounds. Formany itivw 'York state alone In 1913 up in team of mules in the Callawny county oportunlty In the flold that you are years our famllV has used this won.Atifflrit'. h.m been seventy as compired division and put in a full day's work. WAOOtt BOX WOOD BACK. prorarcd for, with energy and deter- derful remedy for Couglis and Cold: iciPltlWlftgtfwo last year and II. B. Noel, chairman of the board of Insldo of the wagon box. A and B mination. Kx. with excellent results." It's quick, Injured an against tlfty- - pardons and paroles, also drove a mule are mortised together so the rack may OMTrVipl WiV&ofroWd Replace eignt in jtuii.-'- . A. urown of safe, reliable and guaranteed. Prlco Detroit team during the day. be removed In sections. The side Deafness Cannot Be Cured. .eaeTa-rfiWjdWn't'ntaor nfefiKtlev. 50 cents and $1.00. Trial bottlo fr Governor Major did a little of everylntelyeR.J?herinorSeJJeVery ISni' lator tlint "niihre than 0.1 ner cent of thing during the day, including the pieces of the eud gate O pass through By local applications, as they cannot at all druggists. 5i , m staples, the top end going In first The thAVrndrt-cjwjil;3tcre.isjaub vaJliflay-iDf- f niitoJrtortfteYcVid'e'u.s are due to care touching off of several dynamite all reach the tUjtjalliuiijctaln-tltreeiTeat- a, upright slats may be of lighter mate- ear. the diseased portion of lessness." Another Complaint Recorded. charges to blast a way through tho rial than tho frame, but It Is not deThere is only one way to cure A woman Journalist tells us that In lilr, crown of one of the high bills on that sirable to have them less than two by deafness, and that Is by constitutionWJ"t.'W'Wisr ,v:SfSftnct- . tji .ft a collection of recent poetry there TflR --TQF'SUVCFRENeH ROADS road. one Inch. Both frame aud slats should al remedies. Deafness Is caused by Oue hundred and ten convicts from be of tough wood, such as hickory or an Inflamed condition of ttm mucous Are poems of dust, rags, Oah and tea, Jaf YRF Wuu MM. i e (.KTOUfCWWW P'ubic'Workil!M'inte?'Pla''h',i' to Spend the penitentiary, uuder command of lining of the Eustachian Tube. When aud that "woman alone has failed to tt iLe .jean tlicv. UHii to travel b?l - 'WBAhaawianC!rim79'. fan the poetic tires." She attributes It Warden D. C. McCluug and Deputy oak, so as to withstand rough hand- this tube Is Inflamed jou have a run to the fact that woman has descended ling. rAV&a Tllea' fiiTins and market, wpru ) i"Not"IeWhan'-$lW.'0WaWbwlll be Warden Porter Gllvin, formed part of If desired, bolts may bo used Instead btlng sound or Imperfect hearing, and ppiit-h- i tho ineKt ttl orotwUeaysrs the working force. Each one of the of the nails or screws. Where nails when It Is entirely closed, Ueavtorss from her pedestal Into the "burly .kjrirtmalys"4d!00l'-ul.lus,'ft5tj3e,burly of life." convicts will et thirty days off his i tcif are used it Is advisable to have them Is the result, aud urvess the InflamAi'n).ftr6pofl. ' GM ploVin' ffflWitSgl 1iiit,u,T! sentence for' nls two days' work. the tihhis. ' .rtwfpiWo-qi- is tiahf roiitllrt was t mation can bo tuken out aud this tube Four Kansas City men abroad each clinched. American Agriculturist. Lf j Wm jl a""mingaiox Hw, iftlMlntV cabled from Paris to state road organPuts End To Bad Habit. iWOjfXMXfonvilii'.i.ntar' t""n3 r restored to Its normal condition, hear , J.'1 Things never look bright to ono Wire Gate Fastener. "SiMf'floiWDetl floss nof rtiicafacunirsj izers money sufficient to hire a squad lng will bo destroyed forever; nine with hL. The, nffv tjnirM ,aepimment, "tho blues." ono The Illustration shows tho manner cases out of ten are caused by awiixyjujts.iunnaiinfactwartxfornoin.' of attbstltutes to do their share of road m Catarr trouble is a sluggishTen to filing tho of fastening a gate In a barb wire which Is nothing the"f liver, re em of nvorUaitlln!: (1 e I'oaiLs'for the worftj o, eSi: fwPi V&Pfltip.bf.'l UiciJ hut nit Inflamed ion system with bilious polson.that Dr. urxKilyU .VHiejyr rpa.ynf JhuUg h'enetlffir tlftf inr'traaicl'whlB llhs Women took an Important part In fence. The, lever Is held to Its place Ultloa of tho mucous surfaces. post .King's Now Llfo Pills would expel. lfireilily reucliPU- - hu'fee prhporMoiiV'Ulfd ,t,ho cujaign. ,Tbo 0.000 members of In a hole In the Wo will give Ono Hundred Dollars holding the tlOl, N1K! Try them. Let tho Joy of better feelIs fltire.ltuiluit- - td"1 rtffiV- - tftP splentlfil jno Missouri reuerauon or women s The stick for nny case of Deafness (causedjby 'fJldbVtHroWRiibut the state ulded the wires of the gate pmerl; ings end "the bluos." Best for I'hWtwiij-ff- ' iK fatndiw catarrh) that cannot bo cured movement! Til 'eVery way possible, and should bo made of by M. iWiierrj) it caiyvitxtthVlx'sttlUf only' tliousands'Wffjlnrfers' and klduojs. 25c at all drus-glstHall' Catarrh Cure. Send' for circuwives and other same hard wood aud iJKl'oiffJsftiJWrauifttTO. uuy tp. $WiiIit.Uie dtMG oud i m ie.rrx is wotoelPiprepar&U'sifnd served meals. the lower end should de&WAftl lars freo. V. J. CHENEY &CO.,To-Iedfrbnf 'iflft 'I8tal: g WidtaljpyeuintlPitMrlpgjpr tht lMrn.rMttJap,utld''HMrs. Hodges, the pass behind a loop $11200.boO.''GaOltaliieil Utl O. MfclVlinr s. Ifyouluno young children you havo J(Je ptiips A iliet WT wives of jUtO twotftOTBOnors. aided In fastened to tho post 14 Vr cutw)ro5 pui'.neeirt. nchlclr lsj .oa,, Spld by Druggists, 7Cc. perhaps noticed that disorders of tho ttf'trer,s.i- fried chicken where the lower wire ifuauYuttoan hotids Msiialisdeoxtntbe Take Hall's Family IMlla for con- stomach nro their most common all- biles ranging from $10 for. twelve sevJnaitftntlifl ,,. i"t.,V3l JFj ., . ..... ,u. oj lur uii uver ?ltSr(M'1 5be9 iPWPRroJi. uy Mrs. comes. To tho lever ' . stipation. f'-nnent. JTo correct this you will find in i'""r. win Is attached a hook that www,4iiYsttd.rUliaWikili)aya7irj Q.U ". J?f J Uiamberlaln's Stomach and MverTah uppasses around the dbt,tBlffeiwa?jety '" W'fihtm Sfi.J'sa'WVftltJriW ft?nWs riiijioi rf. ol sic a orf-.- na.i iiii. Genius. lets oxed lent. They aro easy and per end of the bard wood stick. By (felfKrllfirtaJW iigW'Wee)l''riftc1?rWll VaeiiMJmukvfm xROAOSr Oenlus Is tho art ot taking lnflnlU pleasant to take, and mild and gentle pulling on the lever tho wires ure pain. Carlyle. 174 "fUlaU wuhitcRMtl'. WjiffrtrtWIluWKjTrrf-- l WnKMi l mAuUU ml JUL' at fcn In effoct. For salo by all dealers, m 'stretched taut and wheu the bolt Is FAHMfiR,aUILDS. W0 DEL &0AD. glvnlihoMB. wllittlirsr fhcnd.'Jn'-iCAr-- l Trl"lR to Sick headache nut In ana vicinity. utitiir. mud uSvv.UijoHMv4:c-tnn eviJ. sci.'w tn it &'.i-sn ojj Ubiiii!. r.ri 'and tlrm.position tho gate Is held fast dered stomach. Is causod by a disorTako Cliaiulwrlalii'a lucklug" lire Tublcts and cor root it hat and tlio rvur.vwlien btalnablo In ,ttiojfv C X0 Money Made Out of Beana. place t.neniBelves on record as favor-- , headaches will disappear. For h".o freueli coiuitry luus Is jcelleiit. WnXtiuWt,A to Farm and Fireside by all dealers , rs a gooU roaiM Ja Iliyun in twijlSrt ,o- WtouPZtnMflW ttfS'WW,,,3flrlV.P'l.Hn'1 .JkmaPft' MffluiiW Mlffislafb1 tnV&tAbytmr I utilized an aero of siuuly fi!4uTJWr.tM0W0;HH BP'whteh'WfSrfey u 1 iUMilM iH" iilciitfftin1 fiiSlYt! iv-roaiimgtn, wrts Orders. would linve a itadin .r'6iftVdWsVari(5lh.5H0ftl VoiVstVhctW W M' nSjfnMffftlgnY.: Is to bo spont In InylniF'lfrlWttifcfS'-- ! ilPpyXHbJIvhlph othurwl.su men to plant Mlko hadMikes been i!ectod to ofjust VvlgatvanillreidacliitUeTOcltfKlnd'itinellj boejIdJO(4;Tl1j&lred tlio tfldsMlUlf irwKh'-iaJ-l naflftuWtW,"oiWMTe''4-M.rfft 'mo-JMlh-MlM- ' In.jthuimttfenfcnnnlUhWHfe'einJoo am They did that with fice and a uuw automobile was mid- - KCeCALL PATTERNS and'rxailJjIaliM vipPrtsiiNo RQ (iirifwi1 tdlixts iillrttfleH'nWfllff flflirf'.wsft! Klrht IrelrlacUih'inoavtoIoOdevii Jftucjilkl). ot, itUftKWlHHtiihl tn, an laiwn lum .y&nwifc pja'tiTiiB lt tool: tnom only oil to his earthly possessions, i Tlie rclUbll I? ncjtly m'yw,. feoldMn neuliL suort time, vruey. iso cultivated tlie day lt was brought homo ho said toa tln?rBndics,ei'yil(n wty. .jtvtwcllloefwrii Htv.wjLiltyy.to dfai-- l .Ibfte'llffsJAWflM .'AafotllBJtPWlt Wiif t wvcral Inches-oveythy n,4 town In the 1 ind gcro at tho nrbpcr'tlnio nnd helped me CnuJ4, or by mall direct. lnllel Sute tluo Jjt spread glntih niiildi-ov- er tho sand "VE''ti."fKM'i'llHi.,t(eiiil m..PHow;olft CftMIItftMtt M WW tufaBii Mate told m llrf'tffil .: ". any other nulte. Send tor tic catalogue tnVPnM Initio fall. I paid his mother: your friend, Mrs. seventy miles or- JgfiS aluiui-inrlliJtc a di)i'tfKflJ',sJhAWlliu lop or 'il "Voir nnd O'Drlcn, McCALL'S MAGAZINE ..... . ...i.nr.- i". jit for' 'ffnU Help1 ilf tlVnte of $i per wore luDxribert than inr othei (athloa may go for a spin this afternoon. but WW VBm&VsM .CfWIl'f1bl'1 miwHH"rto, lss? d.iy:,WiibriflrrVR"ltogPrli6("to $0. For maBaiin. -- million a month. Invaluable. A1. IK' jF,rq,PWMIM,f W V" do kcop still; this cliauffour is an alylea. palternt, ilrcumaklnc, millinery, H TmVttVxotM f ft r"fb one for h rinds, the seed I paid $'J. JV,' Tor tlio tuiiul iinii Ptniel. lit II iiiiii in ii i imi until uinimir plain aewin, Jancy needlework, iTalrdreailni;,. ii 11 .v .vtf.viffi!a' fit.. vhtfltis r. iLlr.M -titPSffir i'Wfnr.?nnmX-Mf- o JWate-'We- ' cSlMriV 'nr&ftm "I had, wTnnnnri!aTneT(5d"In. twenty Inquisitive chap and nny convolution etiqurtle, pood itorlea, etc, Only 0 centi Jl , sun that Tmrirair nnio or road lw n''ii Tear (worth double), Including a free pattew. dotracta his uUontlon and ho (orgets tV.!'m,.A.,ar,l.fH'i' ai no jujumiumrip, ft?M!iJW.Ci, o&XtUH tafiJUiQW bii' I y TOtMJffc Hiitft l"iernceKt"b'ftlth'el bViAhtWdr hMnTo'wrm'h net-elvei- l buDictnTe todar. or lend lur nmnl. cony. i hvi rj fcttis iukiud w Ii .. A ttr4iinl..tnt.LrAiai.t JUkl uie his business." VONMBFUL INDUCEMENTS 'ftfvPaShflW WrdOslP'w-liWl-f tlio WO t,r.J.. . In compliance, tho two old women I. toAgenti. losta bring premium catalogue flisscsJ'i ' it fcvjb-v- i tvjrt Mf llhtotottraIusfcovfarj 'v,a in i b ia 452 fun inyitheoiiivoTk.? v. .jod nducwcaahprUebflcri. Addrcia iio.isr.lrabA usiujsIq rodo for several mtlos. Finally Mrs. J'4,, vjfijea r,t luil sfj.si hi-f- vifcm Ml at:CUl CO. SM I Ml W. IMSC MW tOO A the business mini ns awJl tons 'it last come to realize the loss 3s suffers from bad roads, and the znagultude of the movement for better Twodltlens Is little appreciated by those tiIkw interests have not brought thoui isa tmniact with It. The cost of bad 's-- lias long been known In a vague tra7, tut recent scientific lnvestlga-7t2f- 3 have brought the matter home in form to those who suffer from tftan, cjos the Review of Reviews. Ojat of the most thorough luvcstiga-fl-tvn- s cf the subject ever conducted. .TAc results of which are used as n text TbreT-ethe doctrine of good roads Is fjnoaAcl. was made by the Minneapolis Ovlc and Commerce association. VTMVttfce conditions Investigated were - ci territory tributary to Mlnne-.apoit!ibey are undoubtedly typical greater or less degree of those j elsewhere. A cmtaittee of the association se- .5iVrjJ lor investigation the farming iirilarJct, 750 square miles in area, the ntraJc of which is tributary to Mlnne- flJe. From n thorough canvass of ile conditions existing there It was rxml that the 4,000 farmers In the ills ianled 5C0.000 tons of farm prod ?. lo market in 1911 and sold It for 3S,GtB,C$0.' To do this they had to TBaloe 303.000 trips, the time spent in dMtfTuag equaling 800 years of eight Mw ilays and the distance covered yftdy-cigh- t times the circumference Tte farmer mid worthy theme for tho bard to sins Put together Kor cery weather. Smooth nnd ilustless and Rood to A jor of Missouri and Governor Useful always'nnd muddy never, A thin? of beauty, a Joy forever. Uellefontalne (O.) Examiner. see And graded right, as bo: a road should Tho following manner of binding n .oad of hay Is very effec-tlvIt la called tho spanlsh windlass. Pass a strong ropo over top of load nnd make it fast to bottom of rack In the center of each end and do not draw very tight. Now take two round sticks about four feet long f Inches :id nnd one Illicit. Any round stick of suitable size and strength will do. Sharpen one stick nnd push It about three feet Into liny on top of tho lo.nl, close to the rope. With the other stick take a hitch In tho rope close to the stick In the hay and then wind It around and nrnuud the upright stick, which will also wind the rope around the mick. You will bind the to.itt as tightly us the rope will stand. When sufficiently tight tie the end of tho stick to the rope nnd you nro ready to go. When tho load settles give the stick another turn or two. Farm and Fireside. one-hal- sssv LOUISVILLE 305 East Market Street Poultry Supply Co, LOUISVILLE, KY. The only and original poultry supply house south of the Ohio River. s We keep a full line of first-clas' SUPPLIES K)t)e Write for Price List. VSQS&WSS.SGQGSQQSrsxS,' BETHEL COLLEGE I ex-if- st "., Se part-Xytet- V m- tele-graph- ic i'-lotal $91.-"inlf- to-da- kJo&wL-ijops- - a Jjnfii?'W lati-M- i m Wdt rHh 1 n tfl-'.v- - s a?itaeta2oatn-x))ii.Ulti-iallft- iUlwlrT.tff-irrWiirtwrt.o- J :ft-of- ,((.-,.,-- I YWW Btom-ach.llv- er s. , wM ililrfi-jftiiftin- t o, - -,,. f'c'nibH? te' ... i H9fhWWivYfM ?rM3$mMKM": s t'awtlit-llunl(inahlontiiri- VSR WwM Lai-e- jt r v$f "wbitwwwwhe uwmm W .,.. wwiaH' WiWMmsmn "Mil i i -- t mm I to. ,VajliJHwu ,nutj t, ".n.:BtivyT TO SPEAK A FOR GOOD SUNDAY SCHOOL ROADS. GLEAN HANDS AND ' 44444444 It ! COURIER - JOURNAL i For 1913. You can not keep posted on current events unless you read the v CONVENTION 43th State Convention Will be Held in Louisville Oct. New Yorkers Will Attend Congress In Detroit Next Month. Mnny persons Interested In the pood ronds irovfincnt nre preparing to go to Detro.l to nttend the third annual con-1 A PURE HEART Security Life Insurance On Not the oldcst-n- ot the biggest but In sur plus security to policj? holders. Highest ratio of ns setstoiiamiitiesnmong all the established- - lifo insurance companies ir America. Everything absolutelyguaranteeds. No estimates. 7tro BIG I Oth , Tcntlon if the Aiuciioin road congress, which will be luIcl there. Laurens Eiior, president of the American Automobile mew hit Ion of New York, will head a party which will innke the trip nnd will i;,ul;e one of the opening Pictorial Language of Bible I jp . Amazes Pastor Russell, ATTENDANCE EXPECTED COURIER- - JOURNAL Louisvilu:, K v. HENRY WATERSON, Editor Low Railroad Rates r.nd an Attractive Procram With Speakers cf National Reputation Banner for County With Largest Attendance. (Special) Every IOtilsvllle, Ky. Sunday school worker In Kentucky, who Is at all Interested In this great movement, will find something absorb lng during every hour of the four-daconvention of the Kentucky Sunday School Association which convenes in Louisville Tuesday, October 7 to 10 Inclusive. This Is tho 48th State Convention. Representatives from every Sunda 'School In Kentucky are expected to be in attendance. The railroads have made a very low rate of one fare plus twenty-fivcents for the round trip. Every Sunday school worker In Kentucky Is Invited to attend the convention, who by enrolling and paying a one dollar fee, may become a delegate with all convention privileges. y e WEEKLY COURIER-JOURNA- L AND HARTFORD REPUBLICAN A Both One Year for $l.SO. Begular price of Weekly Courier-- ' Journal $1.00 a year. We can also make a special rate on Daily or Sunday Courier-Journ- al highways, mcord and mnlutal-itiilng to every known and under nil condition. J. T. Pcntiybftcki-r- . secretary of tho congu'i. In iplalntui; the arrange-men- t of the program called attention to nn Innovation In t'u- - method of din cussing the subjects that come before the congress. "Heretofore." said Mr. Penn; backer, "the set papers have nil been read at the sessions and not published until after the congress had adjourned, thus making general discussion dlflicult both on account of lack of time aud Inability nn the part of the audience to give sufficient consideration to the papers before entering upon discussion. This year we shall have all of the set papers printed In advance of the congress and rend only by title. The general discussion will be opened by selecting specialists of national reputation, who will be provided with copies of the papers nt least ten days In advance of the meetings." NEW ILLINOIS ROADS. The Significance of the Picture What It la to Ascend Into the Holy Hill. Is to !( held under the The nusplres of Atuerl'uii Highway What Is Meant by Standing In the t'ie Ainericnn Automobile Holy Place Who Have the Clean :;i:d t! v MMilinm State flood Hands What Is Signified by a Soul 12 Itoads Twenty iblefs of Lifted Up to Vanity Who Are Those state nnd imtli'iml highway departThe Terms Who Swear Deceitfully ments will pitson.il!y part In dl and Conditions of the Divine RcuRsIng wnyv nnd Hntr of nnstrnrt-In- (oi"(s tl. HFPo-Iatloi- i & " 4 tla 5 ? g ewardsChrist the Great Exemplar. ... .i .. bbbbWJI j&f. B t LbbbbbbbbbbPV ,Jm in combi- nation with this paper. To Get Advantage of This Cut Rate, Orders Must Be Setit to Us, Not to t ' Courier-Journa- l. ONLY TWO KINDS OF ROADS NEEDED Concrete and Gravel Best For Highways In Country. EFFICIENT AND DURABLE. Automobile Watdon of President Chamber of Commerce Expresses Says Old Roadmaking Meth-- I j Views ds Are Not Practical For Modern ' Traffic Usages Cites Illustrations. In the opinion of S. D. Wnldon of the Rood roads committee of the automobile chamber of commerce here Bhould be only two kinds of roads built In this country, concrete and gravel, bays the New York Sun. Mr. Wnldon believes that concrete Is the most efficient and durable aud the least expensive road surface, wlillo gravel, ho stntes. Is the bent farmer's road that can bo built nt minimum expense. He believes It Is n Waste of time to I'ulld roads of material better than gravel and not as good ns concrete. Speaking fuither of his views of ronds. of their making aud their maintenance, .Mr. Wnldon says: This Is a very concrete presentation of the solution of the highway problem that Is puzzling all civilized coun i' V ts sssssssswB9BrW BSSSSSSSKHHrEt1 rl 'ifr Y f BVBBmSBSBJRf ? taXIHa BAND AND OIUVEL. It is generally recognized by highway authorities and road users that the methods of building wagon roads with broken stone, us cd by Telford and MacAdam a ccutu-ago, uav become obsolete. While tries day. y .r.ee water bound roads were serviceable enough for the traffic of the they are utterly nineteenth uusulted to the Increased traffic and the higher speeds of the twentieth century. Within from two to five years after a new macadam road Is built it Is worn out aud muxt be remade, or at tbe very least must be resurfaced throughout its length. In the menu-timunless it has been oiled frequently or otherwise treated with an adhesive binder, the dust lying on Its surface Is a public nuisance to nil who Use the road and to all who live beside it. "Permanent highways cost less In the long run than macadam and other types of temporary roads. The first cost Is greater, but their annual cost of upkeep Is far less, and they have n much longer life. This Is particularly true of the concrete road, it costs .BSSsfliSvSBW .BsssssVSi2ir?-&XtHless to build than most other kinds of I bo cnlled permanent roads, is practiessssssssHrI'!-- , cally Indestructible and requires al BSSSSSSSSSSK9EciV 1 v assssssssssssHk&1&- ." HA most no attention after completion. n "In Ilellcfontalue, O., there Is nearly half a mile of concrete .streets which years ago and were Mid twenty-on- e the repairs on which have not amounted to $150 In that time. The wear has s to f not exceeded BssssKjJtsw- - "tv of an Inch where the horses travel. These streets are easy to clean and nre easily kept clean. They nre ideal for motor tralllc nnd ns a lasting propvAVBHBHBHBRt osition nre beyond compare. "The village of Saugertles, N. Y has made an interesting experiment with concrete. About four yeaVs ago f it built a complete new road, BSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSh bssssssssss' of coucrcte nnd the rest of macadam. The macadamized portion had to bo completely repaired at the end of two IbssssssssssssbmbPbbbsssssssssssssK1 ydars' service, as it had become badly IsBBBBBBBBBBBF BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBVf JT cut up by heavy traffic. Tho cement Is In perfect condition today and Marion Lawrence, General" 8ecretar road International Sunday School Asse appears to bo good for many yeara to -- elation, . conie. r "Proper use of tho split log drag on During the convention hours v.ill b( the ordinary dirt byroads nnd the set apart for conferences on tho varl ditching and graveling of the principal ous divisions and departments of country ronds will suffice for their Imschool, when programs pn provement nt small cost until such pared for Special classes of worker permatime as trnfllc needs call for will be arranged. Among these will hi nent construction. All state roads conferences for the elementary, tec which are through highways and oudary and adult divisions. Ono fo the heaviest trattle should bo of Sunday school executives, includln permanent construction, and concrete pastors, superintendents, secictarle.-librarianappears to be the best material for the choristers, chairmen o purpose. The concrete arch provides committees, etc. tho strongest foundation of a given A banner will be presented to tb thickness to sustain heavy loads. It county having the largest number ( Is impervious to water and if tbe road registered delegates, and to tho count Is properly drained at the sides is not whoso registered delegatus travel tb e likely to be affected by frost The largest aggregate numfcer of miles. wear from tratllc is almost negAnother interesting feature of ligible. Horses' shoes nnd steel tired stato convention will b wagon Wheels do not pulveilzo It Into the great mass meeting of thousand, dust, and the suction of rapidly .mov- of Sunday school workers In an open ing automobiles does not suck tho :tlr service in one of the parks, to binding material from between the by Marlon Lawrence. Th1 lit ones. Sifted nnd washed gravel pebiraud old hymns of the church will b bles can be utilized for the eonfiete ung at this outdoor service as woli road, eliminating the expense of stone is during the regular sessions of the crushing, and the only other material oonvoutloa, . needed are sand aud cement." e, .--, First Christian Church, Fourth and Breckinridge, where convention will be held. Marion Lawrence, of Chicago, general secretary of the World's aud the International Sunday School Associations and one of the most popular Sunday school men of America, will be present. Mr. Lawrence Is so busy that be will attend only one other state convention this year. Splendid List of Speakers. Rev. M. B. McNutt, .of Chicago, specialist In the rural school problems, tind many other prominent speakers are scheduled for some of the most Interesting addresses. Among the other speakers are: Prof. T. J. Coates, Supervisor of the Rural Schools of Kentucky; Kev. M. B. McNutt, Chicago, Specialist In the Kural Church Problems; Mrs. Zlllah Poster Stevens, Alton, 111., Superintendent Temperance Department International Sunday School Association; President R. H. Crossfield. Lexington, Transylvania University; Rev. W. J. Clarke, Adult Superintendent Kentucky Christian Bible School Association; Hon. J. B. McFerran, prominent financier of Louisville. The topics to be discussed cover s wide range of subjects pertinent to Sunday- - school work. Among tbe many topics are the following: "Evangelism In the Sunday1 School," "Sunday School Institutes," "Educational Values of .Missionary Instruc tlon," three addresses on "Souls Win nlng," "The Temperance Pledge," "Tin Adult Class In the Temperance Fight," "Seek the Welfare of the Children.' State to Spend $1,000,000 For Construction and Repairs.-- . The old hlghwny commission of the state of Illinois passed out of existence with the appointment of the good ronds commission, which has assumed its functions. The state has $1,000,000 0 immediately available, and there more which will be ready for use as soon as the sum now on baud has been expended. Illinois was behind some other states in respect to roads, the statistics of tbe department of agriculture sbowlnc about 10 per cent of the 05,000 miles improved permanently, whereas other states in tbe west have 20 to 50 per cent In good condition. Wisconsin, far ahead in this matter, will build 1,000 miles of new road this year, making 1,800 miles constructed under the supervision of tbe present ls$l,-B00.00- commission. In Missouri and Kansas 1.000 miles of road are to be macadamized at once. ABOLISHING Millions CROSSINGS. Being Spent to Make Accidents on Roads Less Frequent. Itecent deaths caused from accidents at grade crossings of highways and railroads have started n crusade that has gained much momentum favoring the abolition of all grade crossings by the railroads, aided by the various states. It is realized that this would place? He that RSTOR RUSSEIL)) bnth clean hnnds and a pure lienrt." (Psalin 24: 3, 4.) He said: The pen pictures of the Bible astound us with their clearness, force nnd polntedncss. The Prophet David was not writing with ordinary poetic license, but was stating poetically grand truths which he himself could not fully appreciate. St. Peter tells us that this was tbe case with all tbe Prophets. Then tbe Pastor. Interpreting his text ns a prophecy, showed that ML Zlon typified the Messianic Kingdom, nnd tbe holy place of Israel tbe nntltyplcal Temple of the future. Jesus Christ being the chief Corner Stone and the faithful saints the living stones. Tbe context shows that tbe Psalm applies primarily to the Lord Jesus Christ "He that hath clean hands" would signify he who Is willing and able to keep the Divine Law perfectly. "He that hath a pure heart" is be In whom. there is no admixture of disloyalty or selfishness or sin. Tbe Lord Jesus alone could and did keep tbe Divine Law, both in letter and In spirit Other Tests Were Necessary. Tbe full keeping of tbe Law was not tbe only requisite In the great Heir of the Abrahamic Covenant He must fulfil all prophecies concerning Messiah. In these God bad caused to be set forth tests respecting tbe humility and loyalty of tbe One performing them. The Pastor showed conclusively from Scripture that our Redeemer fulfilled perfectly, and these requirements through obedience entered the Messianic glory. He did not swear deceitfully, but kept to tbe very letter the Covenant, of Sacrifice which He made with tbe Father. Neither did our Lord "lift up His soul unto vanity." nor hearken to the Adversary's admonitions. On tbe contrary, He bumbled Himself even unto tbe death of the cross. Because of His faithfulness. God gave Him a name above every name Messiah, tbd King of glory. ' "Lift Up Your Heads, Ye Gates." Russell Interpreted the remainder of the Psalm as a picture of our Redeemer entering into His glorious reward. The ushering of Messiah Into the houor nnd glory of tbe Kingdom, to establish righteousness In the earth, to put down rebellion and sin. nnd to destroy tbe works of the Devil, is really tbe ushering in of Jehovah's Kingdom, for which we pray. The result of Jesus' conquering work, begun at Calvary and to be completed during Ills Millennial Reign, will be that .lehovnh will be balled Lord of all. In ncceptlng the terms of the Kingdom the world will really be bowing to nnd entering that condition where He cun grant them endless life. "Partakers of His Holiness." Then the Pastor discussed the Church of Christ, whom (Sod has been bclectlng from amongst mankind stnee Pentecost Unlike the Redeemer, those are members of the fallen Adamlc race. Our first thought would be that they would be debarred by Adamlc Imperfection from participation with the BnUor In His coming glory. Hut Divine Mercy has made a special ar rangement whereby these may became j acceptable with the Father now. The special provision for the Church Is that If they make a Coveuant of Sacrifice. aH Jesus did, the Redeemer will appropriate to them that sbure of which forglveuess aud restitution otherwise would be theirs during tho Millennium. This tbe Scriptures desigSuch nate "Justification by faith." then are acceptable to God, and Joint-heir- s of Jesua Christ If so be that tbey suffer with Him. Thenceforth they are treated as New Creatures, and not nceordlng to the fiesh. With these the standards are heart Intentions, not flesh perfection. Tho Illble shows that they are pure to God: otherwise they In heart-lo- yal could not have been begotten of tho noly Spirit A for their hands-liv- es -t- h,e New Creature never had soiled hands of Impurity and wilful sin. All Imperfections aro covered, fleshy through tbe Itedeemer'a blood. But not all who entered Into covenant relationship with God through Christ keep their Covenant faithfully. Those who do shall share Jesus' glorious reward. These "more than "follow the Lamb whltherbo-ovc- r He goetb." While pome will fall and will receive a JpwertbleiwtDfc. yet tbe foreordained nuraberwlll rtare with their Lord tbe Kingdom and nature. Paskor over-comerthe-Dlrine k. J mm Woshlngton, D. C, Oct. 5. Pastor Kusscll addressed tho Washington Tcmplo Congregn-gntlo- n this afternoon, from the text, "Who shall ascend Into the bill of tbe Lord? Or who stand in TsTOTT should carry a guaran1--teed policy in t h i s strong company. W.R.IIEDRICK, A. S. TANNER, - I ' ft Ills shall llartfori. Owcnstor. 44404-t- J holy vX2! HAVE YOUR SUITS Cleaned i Pressed I Repairing and Dyeing neatly done. Ladies work gives .special attention. Hats Cleaned amd Repaired. Work called for awrf delivered. month. Hartford Pressing Cllr?, Y. M. C. A Club rate $1.00 per BDDG;r HARTFORD, KY: anb KILL the COUCH cure the Limes Dr. King's New DbcMKfi wth vukua JtWAaTrHHUTMPtlHWTIWWeiHU MsHNttfcl run zxsm Ml Pinter H1J A OTJAKAHTXXO 8AXXSKI OK XOKXY BXVUVBXBL BVhX'BBBBBBBBBBMkS BBBBtJV eSBHrjR $' jL&iiii. v'v A A "PI R SBBBBBBC BBBBBS SBBBBStt.""'V Ja SBBbTSBBBBBBbK '."''' 'uBBBBBh " BBBBBBff sfsBBBBBBBB? 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Costs no more than the tanJt-wae-on la the home than thtLmmpOlltfi Save Ejrmm ra Nothing more tapoitont to-th- e .r " J, Chas. W Loalarvfllc KmJ Refinery at "Warrea Ml Mil the celebraisa Carb" Auto- CRj; , - C SMt ifl Cfcu ' THsT NEW UNDER ANY SEWMC MAC HI At !K OF QUAurr bus-tai- n Government Pamphlet Deals With Effects of Heavy Motor Trucks. Increase in the number and weight of automobiles and heavy motor trucks has led the ofllce of public roads of the department of agriculture to Issue a special pamphlet of Instructions on the maintenance of highways. More substantial foundations In road building as a means of keeping down tbe cost of maintenance are recommended. NOT SOLD OTHER NAME. HOME FORAU-TUC- C at-th- WARRANTED sur-fuc- ... "There Is probably no subject In which the progressive fanner Is more deeply Interested." the rond expert stated, "than that of having roads connecting htm with bis markets over which ho may be able to haul the greatest possible loads. Good roads, like all other good things, arc too expensive to build and of too much vuluo to he neglected." The pamphlet deals with methods for keeping In repair roads already built. If you purchase tho NKWMIOME you trfU price; you pay, aad vttk. have a life asset not have annii!ess cbalo of repairs. r IGEhiI ' MfSf "'TtB II 4 QnEfF jCauscferf It VvkkkBBBBBBBsffl Chep ste 0 (st -- m If - IftLavi. - you want a sewing loachlue. writo eer latest catalogue before you purchase. Th Hew Hew Img Hakfcb., fritf,!! f tound cim. rtoriiti KJ 9w-rt- - jttSW55Enfl nepuuiiwn. artTOra Romihliran cil to the Herald publicans u J. at t Mr NEY C . M. EARNETT. EOITORB :, tense of not being worn out, not be and and Propresslu .Hlaji,. 0f Ohio county who ing ustfciss and thus fool the public saw fit to choose their ttckot for jut as lonF as it is possible to do same etn- - so. Oh, how 1 hate that Scrap Plel FOSTER counts offices under the Madison vi.le Hustler rriitn t w - 'it If not to surmise it true 'but Rhudderlnr. does no pood. I'ntfl cominf. clection, when I am compiled to pt there. J intend both abuses and praises the Re- - to keep a stiff upper Up. make a pre ,,,. es-tw- blem. h! Is I) I' r Herald comjNalns Hartford Plain Words for Mr. Bryan living ana high cos; Thu countrr once lmiXii lt ,lUrt, says that when a hop leau-- home f lnD8Slbie to d1p j Very Blm,,jt She Jiiarhet at i 2 cents a jounu .j.,,,, lnto A.r. Brjan nead aa returns to the starting iK.Int quesUon of lw conw guanine a dol- NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS breakfast bacon at lar M we TWan ,L Xow 8ha ln ,.-- ! . d,r. Rtt-T- U-f R coat ptc poHud it cortalnly fcuU 1(. CXJK)rionced ln ex,,Hiu,np ntmoMcKu '"sMls". something. Wtfl, just rK wfc r for afrt?! xe tartll lfili is in effect 4 nyone :o oocupy the office of Sec- to and CTrrthiBp wlM be .ovoly. "iou m of SuUe ftn(, ft . knew yu promised us orj-tWnci?nl,u Bt one Mme surely not going cheap, and jot. are 0UJ. mujd on r. xct( nreaKiasi uarun. m ihi ceatHCtion ve desire to cal the Herwerv a iriva'f if Mr. Bryan ald's attention to the little proteche could do as he willed Tl..s tive tariff duty, which the Hartford is a free eountrj , and the rigf.' to r?.:rAY. o.toeeR i rttv cottHcll recentlj placed on ire& make an as ot one s self is un ciu( ainountinp to J7W per year. and Intilttyialtltv Hut. hulrflnr i the Herald plase give an Gftvemor WcOreary is bemr criti-fn- u 5ecn,.arJ. pf State Xr oKce r predion of it opinion of this act. Brjaa rannot he has clsed berealHJUt nire "himseif ou: rs a ' w by meaibers of its own party here atjmjMe enlcnalner wKll0Ut iDM)np rosea promise he maUe in two veers ape How can a man of oov- honte. VnU recenUy pood hret sneak the h0QOT nJpnKj. and time o the jnm Vnled 5tiUtt. An(J uho was being urougK io Kar-.tMrCrtarys ape le esected to Ir Use country and delivered to two years? Bryan the rifiil to m&ki.-at- i as o: ha Deater hif s,.fc citiMns at from three to five Mm ' Hoover Mr Brvan mav reaird bin Vvho said that Ohio county could on the nound 'less than it could be not again have another gtKMl fair? . jmrshased from the local meat men peU Vnked rt An,reICa ,s .The fair las: week, under the man-- j nut the city council, every man of neUher a SwJw. xoMcTt a tna,, gea tgnent of Dr L B Bean, vas a, whom is a Democrat and Reeled- nor Sfars lhe TaMv Man. To cfl,.-- : . emblem. iuys- Uje lMO a siUesnow- - a,ld co:a bucs from ever standpoint, and under the Demon-atitie attendance was almost up to the ed an ordinance, taxing outside meat j aaJBe ,nu, e&h neujj. noaor- jjsaal large aseadance of years ago. peddlers S2.M' jer day to soil meat abe nor jus. CanDO- - M Or. Bean worked hard to make the iu the city or Hartford. How Is that ' gln,pje JK,inl and for a protective tariff. (lair a suece&s. and the town Kew York Republicans Stan the vaa:y should pive. him praise for caving eourape to manage it alone. PILE, Ball Soiling. after ther had bren no fair for se- - "Thro it , in the scrap Pile- - iiow 7here has len a decided sea'.n.cn V4 wri5t. 'often have we aU heard this remark, throughout the country eer sit. c th and others interested A ifw days ago when rumbling about las. Section in favor oT some lwuera The farmers among old things at home. 1 came in the betterment of the farms and across an old maw mEa ihal hud change being made In the maas.er of choosing delegatt to the Bepujl.san conditions geaeraUv. of Madi- al man-e ialuil-- v io- - lo 1.- -r National Conventions. tnmrfcv. hae rotten so- 1 had ground coffee on that u haB 1ja pelleruiij- - reparoe a- i Ocscrsst XUn S.-E- cr A lUrx and this w'eek are conduct- - years. toi'JieT nsiU in years pone by. the good wile a jus-e method of in- - a mammoth farmers Chautauqua. ne the same. Through its choosing delegate oa a basis of po;- -c aiwtings of this kind are of the great nad enough coffee that uladon. gave undue influence ln the benefit to evervone, and AVarren bopper aad passed n collected together in one piK- national gatherings of the party in county farmers have alreadv pained u woul(1 Drin a aeat sum mon"- - the district here the Repubbcaa much bv like meetinss, fVe look JBul the old mia had orn out ls tte was smai! and minimized the inJorwarti" with pleasure to the day served its days o: usefulness. It flUace & delegates from Republican ches farmers' chautauquas will be slow anli lediw1 & strongholds. The most definite rem-tie- y P5'1 ac aaaua! affair in Ohio countv .and lmore thaa thai cae n0,ir coaJefi edy up to this time has been tbc pro-;;-are bound to come. -- ruuiy ground. The old mill was or posai to eaji a special Natioaa; is ' paper has been advocating no eartafiy use except as a souvenir publico Convention to make such dajs. Hence it Sate aid for roads for a number of 'of otherscrap pile, where was thrown ccanges in the national party rule it will soon vVhile not rears. la fact, it was the first In e j '&per in the State, as far as weie covered with other scraps, also Jowa wUh Se ' "Cummins program- - has re-i- s taow, to take up this fight, and it usaess and in a short time it will so- -'j reived the most general considera-tn- e with a sense of pride that we notice be entirely forgotten, The main chy press is now advocatinp ' Every year the larmer throws bis tion from party leaders. State aid for this purpoe. and that a'.d and worn out tools into the -- rap feature of the program are the re-- a , oid dudion of Southern repreasitatives. number of local papers are stso pile. Old hoes, old lr revision of the rules whereby Jailing in Jlne in the procession. Not old mowers an? r .t , old gears, cave we ad"wa.ted State aid. old eboes, .,utu, il things Tbat .egats elecled by legal Stale jm:;m-i- tt be seated in national conven-aer- er JMi National aid as well. TTe have are oli w Zi. ou.aad no longer serv- sha at old horse that is no tions and a further revision of the been atfie to see wby the Gov- i mtneat should spend millions of d! longer a e to pull the plow, the old rules to provide that each national an id build custom houses at cross, cow that no longer gses the rich comitteeman shall be permitted to i 1 and sea mik on which his children have fed take office at the tioe designated br roads, and to Improve c&riors for the benefit of the great aad growc. the old nog that has the law of the State which choose bate ail been him, xies and neglect to lend a helping ' guarded intruders. While the new Congressional Re-hand to make our highways passable, knocked in the head and thrown in ready market for the pro- -' toe scrap pile. If time did not rot publican Committee has been giving , to afford a This and destroy the o.d scrap plle.tca! the subjtct some consideration, the dacts which feed the Nation. fpfrr solve a part of the high cost pile wouTd become larger than the first active step has been taken by convention cf SMcs. Pe that could be made from the the Republican State Tuesday adopt-in things thai are useful. New York, which on JTollowing Then I began to thick of other ed resolutions calling upon the New the lead of the gov- ;crap piles. There Is a human scrap Tort member of the National criKgfc of Missouri and Kansas, Go has issued a proclamation pile aad sooner or later most of us mittee to urge a National con'ventioc priTif October $i and ZZ as days lor come to that a'.d heap. The young for the purpose of changing' the party general road working throughout the woman who dances her cays away, rules. ' Kate. Thi6 movement has our un- - who turns night into day and day in- - The Ne York convention named qualified endorsement and although to night, who wastes her energies in the essential changes which they beshould be made, and these lt comes rather date in the season, that which makes her prematurely lieved substantially are tht people should respond to a man old, the young woman who goes recomendations in Ohio county and under the leader- - wrong, goes to the bad, she at last the same as the Cummins program jEhip at the County Engineer. T. H. finds that she has been thrown in the now before the Congressional Repub-Bno-n, make a desperate effort to scrap pile. Thr young man who sets lican Comlttee. place our roads in good condition the pace that kills, who spends hie lt is not surprising that "William before the v inter His call is not time in smot.ing cigareaee, who Barnes, Jr.. of the ultra coaserratiie ody for the country projee but for wastes his life in riotous living, wbo wing of the Repubbean party and Na should hae the eitixecs in the towns as well, and disregards the laws o! health and tional Committeeman Its tne editors oi this pajr will be the laws of God in time finds that he fought against the res..ution. by the State convention. ready with pick and shovel, early on too has been tumbled into the scrap adoption to put in pile as being ot no further use to upon the recommendation or such Rethe morning of :he publicans as Elihu Root, Henry two days m tins good cause. The the publtc vise superintendent ought to see In iact. sooner or later, that is if Stimson and Nicholas Murray Butler. teat the othooU are adjourned on Fri- we live, are all nearly certain to find will have a strong effct upon th osy the Z4th. in order to give the is the end that we too have been wis have a strong effect upon the ode fathers and pupils as oppor- - thrown is the scrap pile, some "ear- - party organization in other States to Iter, others later, but lhe as we may take similar action sbould the oppor- tacity to hU is the good wore. e are opt to go to that great heap tunity anst. and will not be without s, Tat Kartlord Heratd is worried of useless and oa'y in the its effect in the National Comiuee. about the attitude of this paper tc way 0d age comes on apact The There is no doubt in the minds of ward tne present Republican ticket iteps becomes iafirts. the ejes dim- - o'.ose political observers, that the the Heraid has been doing mrd by age. the ears dulled of their ' manent national lnflwic of the Pro-uc- c excellent ork for the ticket hearing ,the body weakened by the gressive party will largely be decided ace tne primary by its continual mflrmattes that come to those whete by the attitude taken by the Repub- ae.--E at both RepuWcians and Pro-- years may be lengthened, and the&ei lican party toward this essential rt ireeeives that V has to us find that they are of no more worth ! form. There are still leaders among that iery little else was needed to to the progress of the times, they the Republican party wbo, like Mr. I thoroughly etneat the two factions are m the way, they have served Bamea,of New York, have neter ap- ri trcnrh rftht Ptvt- rf th narrv lc Ihl MMinrv on the their nutwxi rirt ( omlno It dk hKz2 ticket As far a the position the may. they are set aside a sive epirit. which while remaining remedy would com, by leaving the through a threshing machine. It is urpM ,0 Jn A V" vbo remained to apiarenUy Impossible for a cortaln toH wo ould aA -- he ticket in the pair is eoneera- - neither useful or ornamental. loyal to the substantial Republican Pasfy. lv clad to have as bout eaer coaditloas from. sort of wader to handle book for.larpo a if it wih consult other vaps Thus it that princiUes. haxe not approved some brin Wrwnl of p "Juuk.' .,.... avoa uoc. is with cas s .... r. .. i. . hah an hour wlthoir? atmliin... .1 - nimset: everr-binn. K. . . prt(nt as possitCe. raem. -- pracaces. icroujuiTO-- . me iait ji uouo ? created. ?Tie itepunacan party irvea wnuiii iookb. impairing us dignity and napi Nuowu find that less than one half of them toxt of times cuts into evervthinr. those who have left the Rcnublican U B. T1CHENOR. PrtS. cleaning, which New making It resemble a befear. Such run the tiwei on the editorial page- - both animate aad inanimate, Man ranks, did so rather through proust ltfi BDrtoG house HBXRY M. P1RT1JJ. Sc'i. ln demanding, persons do not realize that a book tie m For instance search the Courier- - shapes and creates new things for against practices of Republican lead- - ? living creature, the materia! iOT 'n is lliU Journal each daj. and ee the h.s use For awhile this new found en rather than a sudden rejection of ' ft Costly, Sat Free. mUunderstanding between Repub- house in which a great wml tarries county and city ticket can be found toy. or implement, be what it mav. Republican principle. The for the benefit of succeeding genera-el- d eouvmlr catalocuo of toe oc the editorial paje. No the Her- - 'shows signs of vear aad tear, shows The action of the New York con- -. Ueaa Uli Progressives. " ll s fclw-V- 8 a n,t" 'Nn a Bowllnu Green Busmraa University i never satisfied with any course signs of being no further usefit or vention is a clear expression thjfc the . , ln, SUrh noatnn t the most costly over published by Lraelty tO HOOJCS. is in favor th paper persues, ant we have practical and thus it is that we are rank and file of the ' ohat Institution, but it is sent f thoaght it good ptfiae for some one and all beinc prepared for the of a nctiional convention, to be held Some folks reverence books. Others nands. Ev. I ,o thoo askliu; or it. The school & of tht trap pile Some get there sooner early in the springjtt which time the .kave no respect for them once they van? to let it go tne fuH fellimillC th - ,.r....w, .M.nJ.nN 111 XL . m ..A O. 01 XlOllCfi. mr. waiv n1 Ka rnr in l& fn in wt fH. Tit t..vvT i4;m.v mhu It. Iwuiu 4m nMi., utiH hvp hMn tvojI. nd vrrr Iftllp htfor- - ! cat " n,H,orJ" of thirty-seve- n ,n Oa account of the Ohio County wroag- - ia pahHcacs that they useftil, but in time we will correct some of the practices and, One person may read a book and dJ aad is the nest line pour out us all zzrive at the end of the journ7 methods while acceptable reread it and handle It for years Fair the Tegular quarterly mooting which syiapath on tht Progressi. N aad are l tiumptd into tht great In their day. have betas the chlaf without leaving a mark upon cover of the Ohio County Vnlon wiU be l FOR FLETCHER'S doaht tht Timers of th uaiy are wrap htaj. and are soon forgotwn. cause of dsati&faction among those or inside pages. Another make a deferred till October the 3d instrud " I jGti tacuiE ;g tiitt the 2.tsan cf How J ahttdder rLce I thict of thi. 'Republican; who belicc the bet book look as though it had gone of Sej 2. Aad a?l locale are varn- - t A The all cotnniunicatloas Addres The Eartfcrd Republican, tc t'ueut tie k s 1-- - T" ,t-ZTtmmJZtm. , !,,,, p en jai. le-us- e sih-xA- ; w ' g, ' c u-u- jg SQp v crj-jcis- - ' ' ' Young men's fall styles by Hait Schaffner & Marx ' -- Re-Tc- nssajr, Y tor, m-as- -- ,il cl i, t del-Cn- OU young men who want the smartest styles ought to see early the new models we have brought together for you this season. The special designs which have been prepared are very new, clever, original; many unique features you'll not get in any other f clothes. rn the mm"zz , There's a lot of individuality in the way the shoul- ders are shaped; a Bt to the back; the trousers have new, distinctive lines; the waistcoats are different You know you're right if you're wearing Hart Schaffner & Marx fine clothes. You know we don't recommend anything we don't - believe will give you satisfaction, price considered. You can't go wrong if you buy your suit here. We handle the best makes in the country. We carry the greatest variety. You can get the Suit you like. We are not only interested in selling you a Suit, but Shoes, Shirts, Hats, Neckwear, Underwear, in fact, your full list of necessities can all be bought at this store. has-been- per-TV- ell E. P. BARNES & BRO. Beaver Dam, Kentucky. . . iuoo ..... .... TiTv-ia . ,5 irty ?' ! vw-..f- A tat n.iMv tw-- VJlilCirH Ory Q QD j I a (&"? iiiMiiiliririni rum ..I.BM,1IH11H .; t f return from Louisville. OTTO JniDT 1)1 VC property of Americans and other forfill I UllU eigners wot nl be protected. Orders at Narrows and Muvi llLltJ Lvons at Olaton. from Washington to Gen. MUl ?tal Miss Stcla Danjel spent tho weekTO. WORK ROADS thnt no American soldiers uhmH bo end In Narrows. sent Into Mexican territory wlthoat "MIm Ida White, who has heen vis- speclfc orders. tttner Yn flldtAH la 'inllAnmf VnliM1t GOV. McCreary ISSUCS PfOClama- returned to her home Horse Branch A rainstorm of almost ,'Oui!aret Mrs. J. JJ. Her, who died at 'that Sunday night. ' ay (sited New York proportions For Betterment of tion Mrs. Tabor, Louisville, Is visiting place Sunday. nfternoon, resulting la two '- Wm- - Lyons, Kavo our laundry" for Kred May, deaths and several persons lwtnp InHighways. ngr-n- t jured. Property dnmncc wag heavy for the famous Pearl Laundry, I Miss Mario Diigaii spent last week Mr- - c- - v- - McDanlel near of Kvanivlllc. Laundry tailed for undiwlt and traffic seriously hamper!. and attended the Hartford fair. ..r l,...vi. nt iLiriu-a- ' itistmi- Frankfort, Ky., Oct. 1. Gov. Mc- Messrs. Bill Murphy and Albert Crtary Issued a proclamation, rant, Main street. . 12U. Jnmos B. llaggln, owner of tho Daniel spent Thursday In Hartford. "calling upon the peoplo In every Elmeiidorf Stock Farm, whose condiMrs. L. W. Tlchenor and daughter, Sovcroil from hero amended the county of the Stato or Kenucky to tion had been reported as critical, Miss Edith, of Llvcrmore, returned Hartford fair. wbrk on the roads In their respec- was much Improved last night and Jtla to tl.elr homo Wednesday after a .Messrs. T. W, Daniel nnd Birch tive counties on Friday nnd Saturphysicians say his complete roTcry lslt here with Dr. B. V, Tlclionor Felix have returned from Wlnfield, day, October 24 and 23, commencing and fnmlly nnd other relatives. is only a matter of days, i I.a where they visited their son It will be Interesting to como In and (laughter, Mr. and Mrs. Charles In tho morning at 8 o'clock each day aiuj continuing until 5 o'clock In tho ,and look over our lino of fine Jew F.rf.lx. Tho County Judge and afternoon. elry and Novelties, which will be OSTEOPATH -H- ARTFORD i Engineer of each county are directed larger than ever this fall and winPerry Flag Presented. to aid the people In complying with Dr. Wilson at Commercial Hfrtel ter. J. B. TAI'l'AX, Frankfort, Ky., Sept. 21. Mackon-zi- u this request, and they arc authorized Tuesdays and Fridays from 7 Stl Jeweler & Optician. a. m. Perry's to sp'cct such persons as may be need to 10 It. Todd, Secretary of the a. m. Moving ulcturo shows and lllus- Victory Centennial Commission, call- ed to assist, in every county where S trated songs at Dr. Bean's opera ed on Gov. McCreary Is no Engineer where they and presented BAM eery Friday and Saturday to him the flag which was hoisted ov- there to act tho Sheriff or other per- OSTEOPATH-BEAV- ER h 'house or fall I 'nlgh'ts. New songs and now pictures, er the I'rlxcllla, tho yacht on which sons nre authorized to organize and Dr. Wilson at Commercial Hotel and a flno evening's entertainment the Governor rode from Cleveland to comply with this proclamation." Tuesdays and Frldajs from 11 a. m. for 10c. O., to attend the celebrasays; "Good roads fa The was a success in f Rev. W. E. Savllle, who succeeded tion there. This Mag, which Is a cilltatcGovernor of farmers in bring- to 2:30 p. in. the labor tfio lato Hev. T. V.. Joiner on the bluo ground, bearing the legend, ing their products to market, and InHartford circuit, has been changed to "Commonwealth of Kentucky," and the crease the benefits of rural education Hauesvllle, and Hev. B. W. Napier, State seal, hand painted, was espe- by providing means by which the formerly of Woodbum, Ky., Is sent cially designed for the occasion, and children of the State can go regu-lUrl- y this year to the Hartford work. Is so far as known tho first Kento school and furnish a better of Milon Hartford has never had a Jlne of tucky flag over hoisted by a Kenand easier way to go to church ami Kodaks before, but wo will from tucky Governor. The State has nev greatly enhance the value of farm now on carry a full line of the best, er adopted a flag, and when this lands. This proulamatlon refers to (which Is signified by the brand) fact was made known to Secretary dirt roads, turn-pikand gravel 'Eastman Kodaks, Films and Sup Todd ho had this one made in'Cleve-lanroads. As Kentucky a! wave takes tho will find us plies. It is probable that the next lead and as Kentuckians desire tho J. B. TAPI'AN, to betterment of our highways, they General Assembly will be asked Otl Jeweler & Optician. novelties affords. Olr. Will D. .Moore, who has been adopt a flag, possibly of this design. must come forward with enthusiasm intends to present and energy and show the people of Sere several davs at the bedside of Gov. McCreary store Ida mother, Mrs. W. II. .Moore, re- this flag to the State Historical So- other States that thoy can equal or surpass them In the Improvements York ciety. turned to his home in Now will find Ciity, having been called on account Robert Brown, president of the of their roads." Louisville Convention and Publicity of pressing business engagements. Marriage License. right. prices Rev. Virgil Elgin, who was former- League, has Invited Gov. McCreary to Lee Hill, Centertown, to Olga Hef-llcir- attend the celebration of a Hundred ly the preacher on tho Hartford Just as clean as any Bakery Rockport. us, cuit for the M. E. Church, Southut Years of Peace at Louisville next n, week and the first week in October. D. M .Jones to Mary Rolla Felix, you've ever seen. past year has been at for the Governor promised to attend Fordsvllle. Ky., was transferred to The HERE IS BREAD John H. Keown to Minnie Wallace, work at Hopklnsvllle for the ensuing Monday and Thursday ot next week and the following Sunday, the latter Cromwell. year. Fresh every day excellent date being the centenary of the BatH. E. Haven to OlHe Leach, of Another big list of names of perbread, we think, you'll say. of the Thames . Beaver Dam. sons granted Confederate pensions was tle R. A. Barnard to Minnie ChancelHere are Cookies, Pies and Board-Iissued Monday by the State , Advertise Your Farm. . lor, CeraOvo. the list are the following from Oh Cakes as fine as any baker lErmon Carden to Grace Chick, of More and more the farmer Is comS. county: Salle M. Ambrose, J. i bakes. Jackson, R. E. Lewis, J. H. Moyers, ing to be an alert business man. And Beaver Dam. along with his new thrift he is comRaUIor and Lewallen Here ate Doughnutp, Bolls How to Get a Position. Fertilizer In ing'' to employ business methods in ; Go to some standard business col- and Buns and you'll not find Ikeep Jones' Brand advertising. Such methods should be stock at all times, any analysis, and more widely copied than they lege like the Bowling Green Business any better ones. on easy terms. Will take no far sell are J "It pays to advertise" is the Universirty- - and take Its combined note less than $5.00. Try ThemE deliberate opinion of the mercantile course, and a position will be a cer- W. E. ELLIS, busl- - talnty. world; It is no less true of the Produce Merchant. I nestf of farming. , Hartford, Ky. 1114. Mf f Hon. R. E. Lee Slmmerman return' TkerVu an indirect wayto-ftdven0ltven unc- ' BAKERY Llvla will play ' against Hartford Use the' farm and the right methods I In the last ten years not even one HARTFORD Saturday from Nashville where he ed Saturday week. This game was to of Its management. By good fences student has left " the Business Unif has been on legal business. have been played last Saturday, hut and clean fence corners, by gates that verslty of Bowling Green without 'a. W. C. Schlemmer, Prop. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 3. Mrs. W. B. Taylor and daughter, happenings open readily and do not sag, by well position after completing the oomblnj HARTFORD, McHenry, were on account of unavoidable Miss Flora, of near Ky. the game was postponed until the oiled harness and , fitly groomed ed course. . nl Hartford Tuesday afternoon. time mentioned. There wlll.be no ball horses, by sleek and gentle, cows, by E. Railroad Time Table Taylor .Mines will pay Hartford at game at Hartford this week, on acM. H. Dayton, Ohio, J. W. neal'y kept buildings and all lmple- - I purchased Copeland, of Chamber'Jaln's a bottle of Hartford, Ky. East End park, Hartford, "- Saturday count of the Ohio County ffalr. at meats sheltered from the weather, a Cough Remedy for his boy who had a afternoon. Game called at'' -: 15. Mr. T. J. Morton, who formerly re- man may show his neighbors and rtll effective Monday N. time card BVIHbhbhT 9Dl fMt. HHbY - Cold, and before the bottle was all, that he Is right up- used the boy's cold was gone. Miss Llllle Thomas, who has been sided In Hartford, but for past sev the, passers-b- y Aug. 218U Is and wholly up to his task. MIssea Nail, return- eral years has been cashier of the m. the guest of hte not better than to pay a five No. 112 North Bound due 7:19 a. There Is" also direct advertising, that ed to her home In Loulsvn'lc Sun- Island Deposit Bank, has resigned his dd'lar doctor's bill 7 For sale by all except Sunday. dally bhbTiUbbUH9SB9B position, which has been filled by Mr. and to this farmers pay all too little day. m dealers. m. .m T. R. Barnard, of this city. Mr. Bar- attention. It is the part of wisdom' No. 114 North Bound due 1:15 p. Mrs. Theodore Heady, of Owensboro dally except Sunday. nard began upon his duties Wednes- to run In a good paper or a series of s, The Latest News. her m. was the guefit of 115 South Bound due 8:45 a. (last day. Mr. Morton will engage in work papers an announcement ofwhat you No. Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Anderson have to sef.l .and to keep such an anin Illinois. dally except Sunday. Disaffection among Democratic Senweek. eyes of the iS due 1:40 p. m. Hartford nouncement before the Manager Casebler of the K'b ators which prevented final action No. 113 South Bound was called to V Dr. E. B. l'eml'oton readers. Men may not buy at once, on the Tariff BW was dissipated unball team announces that Llvla will dally except Sunday. Louisville Sunday" on the account t but when the time comes for them be unable to play here Saturday, but der the influence of a heated caucus H. E. MISCHKE, Agt, to buy they will know who has the the serious Illness of Mr. H. 1'. discussion, and the caucus approved ho has arranged for the last game Taylor. stock or the grains needed. Then evof the scries with Taylor Mines, and the bill as reported by tho Conference Monday For SaleSaw" mill outfit complete, TajVor Mines will play Hartford at ery farmer should have a fitting Committees of the House and Senate. Mrs. John R. I'hlpps left planer, brick and tilo machine. Rea- East End park, Hartford, Saturday name for his farm. He should have But six Democrats voted against appeort'e, but not to us, and for Louisville. sonable terms. BEAN BROS., Hart- afternoon. Game called at 2:15. Tay-l- attractive letterheads and circulars. proving the report. The caucus de- tio some in not to the stock that eat it. 3TT 12tG On the envelopes he uses ho shoilld Attorney Otto C Martin was Ky. ford. iMlnes wll bring many fans and cided to abandon Its position on the knowledge, backed by ears ot exCromwell Tuesday. Mr. rooters for their team, and the Hart- place a slogan' of a fow striking proposition in the hill to tax dealings Rev. R. D. Bennett, city; perience enables me to Sanderfur. No Creek, and ford fans are expected to turn out in words, or a portrait of his prize win- in cotton futures and to leave tho n mv u Mm cuest of Miss Susie t.,hn SELECT THE KIND OF JIAY ners or a picture of a scene with Mr. Elmo Jones were callers at this large numbers. entire subject for later legislative that contains the greatest amount ot May on Union street. or Jerseys, as the case of his was In office Tuesday. nourishment, and that has been propTalking of snake stories and ex- dairy may suggest at their grazing. action. Hamburg thlTweek. Mr. John W. Taylor, of Leltchfleld. periences, Mr. A.r K. Anderson, car , erly cured. Swale hay Is dear at any Tho Country Gentleman. The State Department at Washing- price. I can furnish good hay at " "wii rier on route 2, Hartford had a of all kind printed at The Sale blls county fair, and had the Icq cream thriving experience one day this When you have a bad cold you want ton was surprised to learn that an reasonable prices. Rej)uUllcan office. Prices are right. concession there. along the Hart- the best medicine obtainable so as other Japanese noto was on the way s week. He was driving can-e- r Mrs. E. V. Her was n pieasanx when to cure it with as little delay as pos- - . to this country, it being understood Mrs. Shultz, of Pleasant Ridge, and ford and Owensboro road, Ropublcan offlcoTuebday. at Tho McKlnney, of Tajlof Mines, wero something fVl on the top of his hat, sll,le. Here Is a druggist's opinion: at the Capital that negotiations were Mrs. . The Produce Merchant Rev. R.TTTiennett returned Tues- tho guests of their parents, Mr. and and he at that time suposed a small "I have sold Chamberlain's Cough temporarily In abeyance. Conference. day from the Methodist fal'lon out ot a tree, but Remedy for fifteen years," says Enos i HARTFORD, - KENTUCKY Mrs. J. P. Sanderfur, last week. limb had Tho Assembly Board of Managers Miss Marie'llard'wlck was the guoat MUSIC LESSONS Mrs Virgil Elgin about that time he struck his hat with Lollar of Saratoga, Ind., "and conroturn-wootho guest of tho Misses Nail, eesons at tho home of his hand and a largo snake fuVly a aider It the best on the market." For rested its case In tho lmpeacnmeni will give music m j tral of Gov. Sulzer. Today counsel Mrs. C. P. Keown on Tuesdajs and yard long fell down, Into the buggy. Bale by MM dealers. for the Governor will suumit pre 2. As Mr. Anderson was driving fast ho Lois' Davis, of Livermore, vis- Fridavs. Terms $3.00 per month. Miss liminary motions before introduction last Lunches,"" cold "drinks, ice cream. could not stop his horse at once, and Ashley. Card From Mr. ited relatives nnd friends hero of witnesses. It is stated that both Gov. horse the week. fruit, clears, etc., served day or when he had 'stopped his the buggy, I want to heartily thank the Re Sulzer and Mrs. Sulzer will testify. was n(gUt gllcceBSOr to Herbert Chlnn. snake had crawled out of publicans who supported me In my Miss Martha Thomas, of Dundee, i grcatf y to tho relief, of Mr.Anderson. race for tho Republican nomination iviarKoi, tho guest of Mlsa Mattye uune .mn- NeJCt Uoor t0 Moore's 1 Meat ... 1.MC-t. claims that tho only for sheriff before tho Aueust nrlniary i HearlngB in the United States Mr. Anderson week. get ourfincrgroundllnie stone reason he wanted "the snake to was cloction, and to assure them that I , Steel Corporation dissolution suit Mrs. Mllllo A." Bennett Is visiting Get Uiq buggy was that he accept my defeat as a genfeman and were resumed in New York yesterday, une oaw mm, one x L. B. Foster, of rock, phosphate rock, fertilizer, farm- out of her daughter. Mrs. afraid an Inspector might find him good Republican should, and assure with witnesses for tho, defense testl-th- e ing implements and Beeda'from Owensboro. Planer, Band Saw, Joint- - $ carrying passengers, which is strictly entire ticket nominated of my fylng as to the company's aUegedD. L. D. SANDEFUR. Mrs. W.T. Woodward returned forbidden by the postal authorities. er. Also Brick and Tile loyal support and urge aU Republicans control of ore deposits In the MlchlKy. Beaver Dam, Weduesday from a visit with nat- Ht3. gan field. Rttipectfully, to do Ikowlse. Mochine. All kinds of 1 who holds OLATON. Mr. Martini). Thomas, ives in Louisville. COMMODORE. ASHLEY. u.r,v- - uriVftii. of Owensboro, a responsioie- ..nttlnn wUh an fn- - Mr. C. D. Bean has returned from Material, iiwm" i. (Advertisement.) In the appeal of John R. Pflanz Mr. the Chattanooga encampment. was the gucut of hla mother, Mrs. T. glnoerlng corl in Aiauamu, tho Cour of Appeals has refused to Paints, Oils, tc. Will hero Bean has many Interesting things to lata father, Mr. Pete Thomas, L. Griffin last week. Fay Yonr Taxes. Interfere with tie action of tho Eloc- 8911 on reasonable terms. X - thtB week. tell about his stay, with the old sol..- W." E. Savlllo" returned Wl,,. 1QI1 nra now I UUU WMUKwwiKo W jviiw.. Rev. - 4l,a and children, the diers and hla visit to the place where ty In awarding the DemocruticnomlCall on or address nosday from the Methodist Conference ,Mrs. E. L. Ml lor we are ready to receive .Misses Spaldlnj; and Mr. .Caealus Spal ho fought fifty years ago. same! Owing to a new law passed nation for jaler to Charles C Foster-durinat CampboUavtlh'. Ky. Tl.'Foranrof'FordsvllIo.'lng, tfoft tho first of the week for Mr. Bean stopped a few days with Mr the last Legislature, relative thoy will make their his daughter, Mrs. T. C. Bean In puitshiii Mrs. MaUlo Barrett's Louisville where General Carranza, ponstltutionollBt l,w to preparing tho receipts, all taxes Louisville on his way homo. homo. I future Nogras. Mcx- mddence on Clay street. Shields, ot .in hv m , natd at the office. So commander at rledras protests made Hev. and Mrs. Ramey Duke. Mr. anrl "he week-en- d Hartford undenting a' Mr. and Mrs. and pay your taxes at ico, following vigorous with Please call Ky. gave oseuran. uulcklunS. done fall to come in to Mrs. Fred Cooper and Mr. Erneat Sends , by the United States your earliest convenience. . .. at Mopra tleuJed Uie Daviess County in OatTn ' ces that the city of, Piedras Negras MtaL S T. H. BLACK. Pair Thursday,. They made the trip would not be destroyed, and that Sheriff Ohio County. market. t In Mr. Cooper's automobile. HAlvL BARNES, Lunches prepared In a hurry, ccfd drinks, clears and tobaccos, fruits and Ice cream. Next door to Moore's Moat Markot. 1014. EARL BARNES. Mr. .lames Cnsky Bennett nnd family went to OvvenBboro Tuesday to attend tho funeral of Mrs. Bennett's sister, I since their Miss Daniel ll jes-terd- tn to-d- I We Appreciate Your Presence. Our Fall Opening Put-ln-l!a- y, every respect and we certainly appreciate your presence and the many compliments our Fall showing we received linery, Coat Suits andCloaks. es Every week receiving now the market You the latest with the assurance can shop at our exactly what you want, that you Call on and style with both and remember that It Pays To Trade d. Here's a Bakery """B n, With A House That Saves You Money. deffer-santow- J&KSbj k grand-parent- n Hartford Republican. " - It All Looks Alike hHl u te K3!!f -- or Hol-stel- ns W. E. ELLIS k. ilFor Sale!! - 3 J .,.. Building - g l BEAN' BROS. I Hartford. " xXTW& 1014. Siw.1 2. r M&ahUdMhAAHHsmh ft) mwmm mm jtaaaEawm.. f "" ,,.iwi KOMWn wcs awsajrSWBiE iW T0JBEJ3ENTLE IVulgar SHAFTS OF FRANCE COSTLY ROADS COMMITTEE MAKEUP. HALF HOLIDAY OLD Never Familiarity Good Form. in Government Completes Inventory and Valuation of Many of Its Famous Monuments. Paris. All Americans who know Paris will be interested in tho result of a curious Inventory Just taken by tho French government The objects inventoried were the national monuments of France. The actual cash value of each has been figured out, so, now, for the first time, It Is posslblo for the visitor to this country to realize, when he stands before the Iouvre, Iho Pantheon or the Klysec palace, exactly what sum of money It represents. Many of these figures are stupendous. Huge ns they are they represent merely the brick nnd mortar value of each building and monument, "ns If," to quote the official report, "there were n question of constructing them at the present day, without taking Into account the value of the Eite." Nor, it might bo ndded, of the priceless value of the contents of the buildings. As a result of this Inventory, the whole vnlue of the nationnl monu mentsfrom the Louvre Itself to tho least valuable one in the list the memorial to Marshal Ney Is 1.795,245.-49- S francs, or roughly f359,019,300. The most valuable Item In the list Is not the Louvre, but the famous former royal palace at Versailles, which, as a tbulldlng alone, la worth over The Louvre and what Is left of the 5674400 and Tulleries represents the famous Paris opera house, $10,- -' It seems, rebuild ,000,000. One coU-h- l the" Pantuconjor pjracllcallv thj same figure, while tljeLVlxembourg is worth $1,025,000, and the Elysee palace the IffildencTofthe president of Paris, a paltry $947,000. Not so long ago n Frenchwoman millionaire desired to buy the Arc de Trlomphe, which Napoleon built to celebrate his victories, and under which the fDlSStAfii marched lnto Paris, 'nnd to remove it on the ground that It Interfered with the view from her bedroom window. She was informed that the arch was not for sale. Now It appears that the monument would have cost her, as It stands, MISS GILBERT AND $144,000,000. Fifteen of Its Twentyons Ar Members of House Nw Directory CoMty Oh-i- "Congress has the power to extend Ancient Workmen Never Labored national aid to good ronils under the Interstate commerce clause of the Saturday Afternoons. niul the nulhorljy to build Medieval Man, Like Moslem of East, Took Bath In Order to Be Prepared Old Englishman's Advice and Warning Against Calling Men and Women by Chrlitlan Namei on Short t Acquaintance. for Worship on 8unday Legal-- ' Ized In Some States. The Saturday half holiday Is customarily regarded as a modern Innovation. Ask any old person and he will tell you that he can remember when all laborers worked on the seventh day of the week Just as on every other day from tho blowing of the whistle at seven o'clock In the morning until six o'clock, or later, In tho evening. The shortening of the regular working day to eight hour, with freedom on Saturday afternoon. Is attributed to the work of the trades unions. While the latter body, In tho last few decades, certainly has Influenced public opinion and legislation In regard to a shorter working day, It did not propound a new Idcn, but rather revived the old laws of the fifteenth century. In the early days of industrial history parliament and the kings, both in England and on the continent, took a very active part In regulating the working hours ns well as the uages Hy doing this, it of their subjects. was believed the king could protect his own Interests, In addition to those of the people against unscrupulous : "" employers. "ZZTZTZ All n?Ufeh statute, made by Henry JV. ..nthe early part of the fifteenth century) RxeA the legal hours of the country laborers from five o'clock In the morning until seven o'clock In the evening, from March until September; but, from September until the following March they were only to work from "the springing of the day ight of the same day." J1SU! lJl They were always fo have half an hour for breakfast and an hour and a half for dinner, with the privilege of a nap. from May until August, and were to work on Saturdays only until noon. Trading In the shops on Sundays and holidays was forbidden. In medieval times the Saturday half holiday seems to have been almost universal. "Every one must be pleased with his work," says a Kuten-berordinance, "consequently no one Even Ferdimust be overworked." one of the most nand I. (1458-94)- , ferocious kings who ever sat on the throne of the holy Roman empire, accepted this maxim and ruled that. In the imperial mines, the miners were to work only eight hours a day. The old law also explicitly stated that work after Saturday at noon was to be strictly prohibited and that "a pair of stocks be in every town" that employers who worked their people overtime might be thrust Into them. Because there was a Saturday half holiday, however. It must not be thought that this afternoon was given Indeed not it was for recreation. bathing time for the greater part of the community. Moat barbarians, Judged by modern standards, were anything but cleanly in their personal habits. In England, France and Germany bathing was an almost unknown custom until after the crusades. The pilgrims from the east brought home with them ideas of the bath as help in the treatment of disease, and bathrooms were gradually Introduced Into the hospitals. From the hospitals the idea of bathPeople who ing spread generally. had been treated there saw the value of keeping the body clean In order to resist disease. By the fifteenth century there was scarcely a large city that did not possess well patronized public bathing establishments, although It was not until the seventeenth century that the Turkish bath was Introduced, and not until the eighteenth century that sea bathing, so common among the Amerlcau Indians, was tried experimentally. Why Saturday was chosen as bathing time Is not difficult to Imagine. On Sunday everybody was compelled to go to church, whether he would or not. As the Moslem In tho east bathed before entering tho mosque, so did the medieval man before entering his church, only he must take his bath on Saturday afternoon In order to be clean the fallowing day. There was even a distribution of bath money to the children whose parents were unable to pay for their baths. With the Introduction of machinery and the rise of a capitalistic class, the old common laws of the lands regarding labor came to be neglected. The Craft guilds were abolished by law and their property confiscated. Combination of workmen In any form In England was prohibited until 1781, when It became legalized again. In England Industrial conditions during the latter part of the eighteenth century becamo deplorable. Even the little children worked from five in the morning until nine at night. In these working days of 12, 1G and 18 hours, the Saturday halt holiday was forgotten, only to be revived after many years had passed. Certain states and cities have legislated in favor of a Saturday half holiday. This is true In New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Tennessee, Virginia, in the city of New Orleans and in New Castle county, Delaware. Whon our forefathers spoke of a man's "address" they meant his whole social bearing. Nor was It by mere freak or accident of languaBe that the vord thus exchanged a narrower for a wider significance. A man's way of nccostlng a stranger, or even an acquaintance, or even a friend, reveals a good deal of his chnracter and goes n Jong way toward distinguishing a gentleman from a boor. "Good manners are easy and free, but n "free and eauy" manner Is an abomination. My ntlcntlon, says a writer In the Manchester (England) Guardian, Is Invited to the subject by one of those young inqulrors who writes ns follows: "I attached no particular Importance to tho questions until a few weeks ago . . . And now I would ask what experience has taught you. Is one to call every Tom, Dick and Harry by his Christian name, or plain Brown, Jones and Robinson, prefixed with 'Mr.' according to age? Is one to call every Joan, Jane and Iletsy by her Christian .uanie, or merely Miss I must not Indicate my correspondent iy the name of the place ln which 4yeiii t for lne n"fnce n B,,a11 be "Tom "pyon-- ' jjnnjjd ajter a jery Attractive hero who suffered from rath ".'"oFslnillar embarrassments; and to my friend Tom I would at the outset Impart a salutary warning which I received very early In life. . At'.'Wh en you once are on terms to call Christian mimes, you arcTon terms to Quarrel." This somber truth, even It It tood alone, should' be a deterrent from, premature and needleBS intimacies. I rfsney that Cowper, who had the double .sensitiveness of the gentleman and the :Poet, must have been smarting from ioome experiences of this sort when he wrote bis stanias on Friendship: -.j TtK mn who hall. you Tom or Jack, 'c JT highways nnd t'o establish JefTerson'thoufsht so, Madlist ison thought so. nnd so did Calhoun. There Is no question nbout the power of congress In the premises." "poke IlcprrM'titiillve Henry, So chnirmuii of the rules committee of the house of representatives, when he concluded recently the debate which preceded the action which created n committee on public roads the first time In the existence of congress that the mads question received u recognition which placed It umong the big subjects demanding national legislamember tive attention. Twenty-onhave been selected to constitute this committee, with Ilepresentntive Shuck-leforof Missouri iih chairman and the others In the INt follows: IMwurd W. Saunders. Virginia; Henry A. Hnriiliiirt, Indiana; James S. Davenport. Oklahoma; .1. V. Itymes. Smith Carolina: Hubert I). Stephens. Mississippi; John J. Whltuere. Ohio; llobert L. Doiiglitou. North Carolina: John It. Connelly. Kansas; I M ward Keating. Colorado; Clyde 11. T'uwn-ner- . ; Illinois; Peter G. Ten Kyck. James It. Aswell. Louisiana: Frank L. Dershem. Pennsylvania; C. Itnscom Slump. Virginia; S. F. Prouty. lown; Thomas H. Dunn, New York; Howard Sutherland. West Virginia; Ml'mjl Shrevet i'enn.ylvniihi; 1, urowiic". Wisconsin; Itoy O. military roiid.x. e d New-York" P Circuit Court T.. F. Birkhcad, Judge; Ben D. HIngo, Attorney; W. P. Midklff, Jailer; E. U. Barrass, Clerk; IS. E. Blrkhcadi Master Commissioner; It. T. Collins, Trusteo Jury Fund: T. II. Black, Sheriff, Deputies S. 0. Kcown, Hartford. Beaver Dam; G. 1'. Jones, Ilouto f, Hartford; W. C. Earp, Uosinc, Court convents first Monday In February and continues three weeks; third Monday In April, two weeks; third Monday In October two weeks. County Court K. 11. Wedding. Judge; W. S. Tlnfiley, Clerk; O. B. Smith, Attorney, Hartford. Court convenes first .Monday In each month, i Quarterly Court Begins on tho Attorney Law fourth Monday In February, May, I August nnd November. HARTFORD, KY. Court of Claims -- Convenes first rn Usta Will practice bis prof Tuesday in January and first Tuesand adjoining counliefl. Commercial day in October. Other County Officers C. S. Mox-le- i and Crjnlnal Practice a Specialty. Ky., it. Survejor, Fonlsvllle, F. D. No. 2; Bernard Felix, Assessor, Hartford, Ky., It. F. D. No. 2; Henry Leach, Superintendent, Hartford, Dr. A. B. Iilley, Coroner. HartLaw ford. Davenport, Warren- county. county officers L. B. Ticlf cnor, President; Henry Plrtlc, Secretary; S. K. Bennett. Treasurer. COUNTY HOARD OF EDUCATION. Henry Leach, Chnlrmnn, Hartford, Ky. It. F. 1. L. II. TJchcnor, Hartford, P. No. C. 2. B. C. Hnrtford, Reynolds, Ky. ft ' 3. M. S. Patterson, Olnton, Ky. 4. B. L. Alfonl, White Run, Ky. B. Richard Plumincr, Taylor Mines, Kentucky. ty! C. G. Ohio ,, Otto C. Martin. at I y, Barnes MW3. announce & fifteen are new members of the house. The remaining six have given highway matters thought. There arc fourteen Democrats, six Itepubllcans and one Michigan Progressive. "twenty-on- e Voodnift Of the Michigan. CONVICTS Colorado BUILD ROADS. Prisoners Have Conttructed Most Beautiful Drive. And prove by thumps upon your back How he eteem your merit, Jta uch a friend thst one had need very much hl friend Indeed. To pardon or to bear It. . FIANCE $15,000,000 New York Heiress and Her g Aad the odd thing Is that the men .jfco are thus offensively friendly al- Palm Beach, Fla. Since the debut ways seem to Imagine that they are an IdealGilbert, she jMklnf themselves extremely pleas- -- of Miss pictured has been smooth hero was ist. Her they are too blind to see the an- shaven, with classic features and hair juit; aaaple, let Tom Fytton confine hlm- to surnames until he Is really sure his ground; and then, when ac- ovaintance has lod to Intimacy, he will 4Ud that the Christian name slips In- feasibly and Inevitably, Into Its place. There Is no greater error than to mistake vulgar familiarity for "gentle-anllk- e ease," but there is a familiarity which Is not the least vulgar, and "gentlemanly" has no ntcessary connection with social rank. Some of the truest gentlemen I have ever known .have been miners, and I have seen agricultural laborers whose manners no instruction could have mended. Is Tom to call Joan, Jane and Betsy by their Christian names? No. I cannot say it too often or too plainly. To in man, every woman should be a and the slightest touch of familiarity or free and easiness Is inconsistent with that reverence which .should be his Instinctive attitude. It Is true that my favorite heroine, Die Vernon, encouraged Frank Osbaldison to set convention at defiance. "Call 'me Tom VtaVnon, If you have a mind 'but speak to me as you would a friend .and companion." nut then Die, with all her charms, was a bit of a holden and had learnt her manners from her brutal cousins. Frank, who was a as well as a good fellow, declined to take her at her word, and at their final parting (as it seemed) she was still to him "Miss Vernon." If a forward or conceited youth to be "free nnd easy" with what he will probably call a "gurl." he is 'likely to receive a snub which will abide with him, to his great advantage, ,allhl8 life long. So direct familiarity 'Is difficult nnd dangerous and the 'bounder generally has sense enough to avoid It. But ho compensates himself Indirectly by speaking of girls, behind their backs, by their Christian names, though he knows full well that he dare not so call thorn to their faces. There he shows himself a coward as well as a cad, and Tom Fytton will perhaps find an opportunity of telling aim so. AMlf Future Husband Leaving Palm Beach Surf. aoyance which curling over the left ear. 4JhJck headed to feel that their clumsl- Is resented. Warned by their ex- im they cause and too Mr. Iten- - t Colorado convicts have worked the roads of that Mate with much success. Thomas J. Itynu. a new warden of the penitentiary, has started many prison reforms In that state, one of which Is the placing of many prisoners In camps and working them on roads. Harper's Weekly sajs of this work: The convict road camps nre the pride of Tom Itynn's heart Ho believes that convict labor Is going to solve the road problem of the nation. Furthermore, he Is proving bis theories in practice. Canon City convicts have built some of the finest highways in the world. Including the celebrated "sky line drive." extending along a "hog back" 800 feet above the Arkansas valley and offering a superb view on both sides. At present a big road gang of trusties Is putting tbe finishing touches a; 7 I iBsssssssfisMU'': sssssssssHI mVBssiil 'ssssssssssssS ' V v" LMbisk (BIsslssssssK llislssH VlslssssssssssssssH & tssssssssssssssssssssssssssH v.". flHJbtfHgssfSEVPMB i . SJBHSMBJBJSMBBR Miss Gilbert and Her Fiance. rr' 'IbbsbbbIsbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb i- -. ; v.---- -- v 5JtV"-''?SBfl8BsI I "SKY LlMi DUIVK" AT CANON CITY, COLO., 1IU1LT IIV s sliaw has few of these 'Ideals, but despite this fact, supplanted a host of suitors in the winning of the hand of the most beautiful society belle in New York's Four Hundred. BLOWS CONVICTS. HIMSELF TO PIECES '.X ! M Despondent Lover Uses Dynamite Cap In an Attempt to End His Life. -- hi them useful for the front steps. Take a saw and cut off tho back legs entirely, and then measure tho depth of the step and cut oft the, front legs so that they will Just reach the next lower step. In this way the chairs will fit on the steps, and the fact that they have back rests makes it a pleasure to jit on the steps summer evenings. Grief and Remorse. "No," said the stage manager, "you are the heroine. You are supposed to ufter more than anybody eluo In the play. You must put yourself into a frame of mind which represents grief and remorse." "I know," replied the leading woman. "I'll try to make invst'ir believe I'm one of the people who 'paid two -- dollars to sve this pluy." New Use for Old Chairs. Do not throw away your old chairs. By cutting thorn down you can make Colville, Wash. John Bcchler, a blacksmith and homesteader of Crystal Falls, was found dying on a lonely trail near the home of Duvld Steel, a farmer, llvlug in White Lake, sir miles east of Colville. An examination disclosed the fact ho had apparently exploded a dynamite cap with suicidal intent. Last, fall he went to Pennsylvania to visit his sweetheart, whom he discovered through a correspondence agon-cy- . Ho said he bad received assurance as soon as he accumulated enough money they would be married. He has been sending her money, it Is said, at the rate of $25 a month, and more as his means would permit, from his earnings as a blacksmith, but for several weeks he has not heard from her and the silence worried him. Apparently he lay down, placed the dynamite cap attached to a fuse under his head, applied the match and awaited results. Almost the whole side of his head was blown' off. He was unconscious when found. He has no relatives here, but came from the cast about six years ago and took up a homestead. Ho was taken to the Colville sanatorium. mountain highway near Trinidad. Another gang has Just completed a perfect boulevard connecting Canon City und Colorado Springs. It was opened with Impressive ceremonies by the governor and other Jubilant citizens of Colorado. At present many convicts are employed on a scenls highway from Canon City to the top of the Hoyul gorge. Nearly every foot of this eight miles of mountain road Is being blasted out of solid rock. The road sweeps In majestic curves around the eternal hills, nnd every ono of the countless urroyos dry nnd harmless looking in miuinier. but bank full and dangerous In the spring-- is bridged with a wldo arched culvert ot stone. The highway wluds upward in n scries of easy grades, must of which can bo takeu by an automobile on "high Benr." uud when the road Is completed the eight mile run from Qanon City to the very brink of tho 2.000 foot gorge will be a mutter of ease. to a magnificent ROADS C IN B WISCONSIN. - h State Highway Appropriation Is Larger Than Ever, Tbe growth of the good roads propaganda Is well illustrated by tbe amount of money provided by the state of Wisconsin. For 1014 that amount is fl. '.'00.000. whereas for the present year it is only $81(J.r34. nnd for 1011' it was $453,417. Wife the Chairman. . Miss Watt Do you belong to any These moueys are distributed among the counties iu proportion to their debating society, Mr. WatkinsT one. I am needs. Milwaukee getting the largest WatklDB Bkurt, $231,720. married. ll Hartford, Tuesday after lird .Monday in March, Tuesday after 3rd Monday In June, Tuesday nfter 3rd Monday In September, Tuesday after 3rd .Monday In December. John H. Miles, Friday after 3rd Monday In March, Friday after 3rd .Monday In June, Friday .Monday in September, after 3rd Friday ufter 3rd Monday in December. O. B. Scott, Cromwell, Wednesday after 3rd Monday In .March, Wednesday nfter 3rd Monday In June, Wednesday after 3rd Monday In September, ycdnesday aflei 3ia Mou-Ja- y In December. John 11. Miles, Rocliport, Friday after 3rd .Monday i March, Fr'cay after 3rd Monduy In June, Friday ufter 3rd Monday In September, Friday niter 3rd Monday in December J. C. Jackson, Centertown, Saturday after 3rd Monday In March, Saturday ufter 3rd Monday in June. Saturday nfter 3rd Monday In September, Saturday ufter 3rd Monday In December. M. C. Cook, Rcnfrow, Tuesday after 2nd .Monday In Mnrch, Tuesday nfter 2nd Monday In May, Tuesday after 3rd Monday In August, Tuesday ufter 2nd Monday in November. Thomas Sanders, Olaton, Wednesday after the second Monday In Mnrch, Wednesday after 2nd Mondny In May, Wednesday after 3rd Monday In August, Wednesday after 2nd Mon day in November. Grant Pollard, Fonlsvllle, Tuesday after 2nd Monday in March, Thurs day after 2nd Monday in May, Thursday after 3rd Monday In August, Thursday after 2nd Monday in No vember. J. L. Patton, Ralph, Friday after 2nd Monday In March, Frlduy after 2nd .Monday In May. Frlduy after 3rd Monday In August, Friday after 2nd Monday in November. HARTFORD POLICE COURT. C. M. Crowe. Judge; John II. Wilson, City Attorney; J. P. Stevens. Marshal; Court convenes second Monday In each month. City Council J. H. Williams, Mayor; It. T. Collins, Clerk; E. P. Thomas, Treasurer. Members of Council Robert Hoover, P. B. Taylor. J. H. B. Carson. E. P. Moore. Fred Cooper. W. J. Bean. School Trusters Dr. E. B. Pendleton, Chairman; W. II. Barnes, Secretary: Dr. J. V. Taylor, W. S. Tinsley and J. D. Duke. RELIGIOUS SERVICES. M. E. Church, South Services morning nnd evening every first and third Sunday in ench month. Sunday school U:4." a. m. Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening. Rev. Saville, pastor. Baptist Church Services morning and evening every second and fourth Sunday lu each month. Sunday school 'J:!.') a. m. Pruyer meeting every Wednesday evening, flov. English, pastor. Christian Church Services every fourth Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7. p. in. Sunday school 0:30 a. in. Elder W. B. Wright pastor. Cumberland Presbyterian Church-Sun- day Bthool every Sunday at 0:4.rf a. in. SECRET SOCIETIES. Hartford Lodgo No. G7C, F. nnd A. M. meets every first Mondny night in ench month. M. L. Heavrln, W. M.; Owen Hunter, Secretary. Hnrtford Chnpter No. 81 O. E. S. meets every second nnd fourth Mondny evenings. MIbs Anna J. Patton, W. M.; Jus. II. Williams, W. B.; Miss Elizabeth Miller, Secretary. Rough Rlv'cr Lodgo No. 110 KnlghtB of I'ythlns meets every Tuesday even ing. W. F. Anderson, C. C; J. Ney Foster, K. of K. & S. Hnrtrord Tent No. 90, K. O. T. M. meets every first and third Thursday nights. R. T. Collins, Commander; L. P. Foreman, Record Keeper. Acme Lodge No. 339 I. O. O. F. meets every second nnd fourth Friday nights in each month. C. M. Harnett, Noble Grand; W. It. Hedrlck, Secretary. Hartrord Camp No. 202 W. O. W. meets every second and fourth Saturday nights in each month. Leslie. Bonnett, Council Commander; W. C. Walluce, Clerk. Sunshine Hive No. 42, L. O. T. :., meets every first and third Friday nights in each month. Mrs. Attyu Griffin, Lady Commander; Mrs. Lula Pendleton, Lady Record Keeper. Keystotie Chnpter No. 110, R. A. M., meets every third Snturday night In each month. John T. Mooro High Priest: W. S. Tlnsloy, Secretary. AMERICAN SOCIETY OF EQUTV. National Officers President, Irn M. J. Chryst, Hudson, Wis.; V. President, S. B. Robertson, Calhoun, Ky.; Secrotary & Treas., H. G. Tank, Wau-saWis. State Officers President, J. II. Princeton, Ky.; Vice President, J. H. Burney, Muhlenberg Co.; Secretary & Treas., S. B. Robertson, Calhoun, Ky.; Organizer, T. H. Hartford, Ky. Members State Executive Board-B- en WaUon, Webster county; J. W. Dunn, Daviess county; Heury Pirtle, Ohio county; E. I. IUy, Hardin coun Rc-kp- ort, u, Bal-mnl- n, Leslie Com Is, jistici:s' COURTS. Attorneys at W. H. Smith HARTFORD, KY. Su'nlUi partmJi',p B.trnnj nnd C. E. Mint lhuy luivo form-- n for ttliu etviioml prac- tice ot law, exctipl cirimlihal ami dlvor aisoK, Mr. Smith ImvUib County Attorney la nruvuntad from praxaloliig aucsi ccata. Mr. Burnoa will indlvlduaJlV OfCioai aoccK KUch practice in Hartford Republican building, Hart-tor- d, K- -, ARTHUR ASSOCIATED D. KIRK Attorney at Law KY. WITH M. L. HBAVRIM- - HARTFORD, Thls office Is equipped for handr ling Commercial I.aw and Collection' Items as well us other legal and. litigated matters. Prnctlco In nil tlm courts. Prompt and vigorous service. M. L. Hcavrln's Office. J. NEY FOSTER Notary Public HARTFORD. KY. All Matters Given Prompt Atten Ohio Cont tion. PENSION AFFIDAVITS SPECIALTY. I AM IPREPAREUI, To do any kind of Veterinary work. Horses, mules and cows need not die for want of Calls answered attention. day or nisht. W. H. Veterinary Surgeon RILEY Ky. Hnrtford,. Electric Bitters it is the best medicine ever sold over a druggist's counter. Succeed when everything else fails. B' in nervous prosirauoo ana lemaie weaknesses they are the supreme remedy, as thousands have testified. FOR KIDNEYJ.IVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE I r Xtv.Bnlmtk 'JUJtka1M our Dcniiiaeat cuauraer. mik tou itMi.k.UTriciMtUt-- l Srlvr rnllM-rlni imr vyiihiits i.,ukinlit.i-- . flnMC TIM I (pl.IMM Date., I DMI fci Uc iTmtl.tniU. DUUItTUD TO V1XMK. 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It Is picasant contains neither Opium, Morp.ilrio nor ot , er Nnr'cotio l.s Its gimrantcB. al(u!ico. IU It destroys nnd nllays Fcverl.slu.cvss. For nioro than thirty Won, rt WlS Coll ,i IJatMlW, It 0,M,, rcB..Iats tho Stomach and Bowk Blv,,"r ,,,a,U,y tural Tho Children's Pnnaccu-T- ho Mother's Frit-ad-. What is CASTORIA farmers and gardeners ure prepar ing to make war on tbo cutworm and other pests of tlio kind. Caterpillars, In their vnrl-ou- i forms, were unusually destructive last summer In nil parts of the country. They seemed to be Butting the start of land owners In com nud cotton fields as well as In orchards and Bordctw.' lies chiefly In the fact that It operates extensively In fields and bides In the ground. Itn operations cover such a wide territory and Its migrations are so rapid that ordinary spraying processes are not effective. This caterpillar Is Identical with the army worm of Inst B C A L LINO Improper Cutting and Shocking Result In the costly A groat Unneceasary Waate. deal of wheat Is wasted by c z p o rluuce scanon, Improper methods of caring for the tlwwl " teachers, milliners, tlrcssmc'ccrr, seamstresses, " Iioirc- - keepers, nursing mothers, nnd feeble women generally, it is tin excellent appetizing cordial and restorative tonic, shop-girls,- 1'or over-worke- d, "worn-cut,- " "run-down,- " debilitated llnKSS "l W The dlculty In nhtlng the cutworm ; GENUINE CASTORIA Bears the Signatur ALWAYS (&xMj&u The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years W)Mr TMI CtWTHim COMMW. TT ITHttT. NCW TODK CITY. Matheney&Batts YANDERBILT TRAINING SCHOOL FOR BOYS SEND YOUR BOY TO KSffi!SSv The Principals have conducted a preparatory school for the past 11 years. Students trained by them have taken the following honors at Vanderbilt University; Entrance Prize in Mathematics, English, and History in 1906; Membership in Phi Beta Kappa (scholarship fraternity) in 1909; Founder's Medal in Academic Department in 1910; Mathematics Prize in 1911. Good records in other colleges. SPECIAL OVERSIGHT. CHRISTIAN INFLUENCES. A , safe place for young boys. Boarding patronage doubled under present management. Write to Principals for catalogue. 5rftl POSITIONS GUARANTEED- will GUARANTEE you a position If you us real soon. Wo need many more at once to supply the enormous demand for our graduates. As soon as we got the required numtwr or students tnia offer will be withdrawn. So write at once for particulars. WE t jtC j OBO. W. SCHWARTZ raipotrat. BUSINESS COLLEGE mooaroaiBi sTABUIBEO ta C0UTSVIX.I.K. KIT. ff - BnrfcWa "P., nl III." Northern Graaam Pedigreed Seeds have a reputation ot l3 years at aucccssfu) seed rrowmj behind them. It pay hint tbc heat. 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I.I.L "iu-- r iiarijarj i "" """' ;" :t iiaii 1 taCoBuaMaorstloa 1 ""M m wimu a.i ; liii. I ui ar..iisr aula. T"n tiuuuauaj . i iw ataHo owutarHoai i .! - ' .( .- 1 am k siM2rrtr,ra...sizr- 'A " k .1 tl, a ui , n DUHUSB It.. XS08 OC0D, Hi, BU0IMS BT. "t TRADC-MAR- wPy obutoad la masm THAT PAk,MwrUlbmUioreiiul7,t our iptiue, anaiwiu you vt sueoMa. Bead irodeL photo or sktck for fH C E report ot ttnUbillty. to yMn practlca, BUR rABBINO RXrCrtCNCEB. rorfrUoiie uook ou I'rorliatil 1'atonU writ to 3IOI WAIHINOTON, O.X3. Bovonth NtVaW'Vfca,.at .w. trt, sv5?; .wlfHfT.Mm! TYPEWRITING and BU3lM,PlM9grrBy BOOKKEEPING TELEGRAPHY and probably the same as the cotton worm. lu habits and formation It is Identical, though rather larger In southern localities than In the uorthorn lake region. When a farmer knows In the spring that there are cutworms or army worms In bis fields be should adopt vigorous measures. The extra work Involved Is cheaper than replanting bis crops. A second plowing of the land Is helpful, the last to be as near seeding time as possible. All methods of stirring the soil as summer warmth comes ou ure beneficial. The plow tears up the nesting places, throws the Insects out where birds may get at them and crcatest a general disturbance. This extra tillage Is good for the land and will go a long way toward exterminating tbe pests. In connection with tbe work of plowing nud cultivating It will pay to use a preparation made ou the basis of one pound of Paris green, thirty pounds of bran and two quarts of molasses. Moisten the bran with water before mixing. Tills may be manufactured In larger lots If needed. It Is to be spread thinly about tbe field. If placed around i garden, orchard or field It may serve Kerosene to exclude nil caterpillars. emulsion Is also recommended. Where any crop has been damaged by the caterpillar pest It Is u good policy to sow alslke. Tbls Is a profitable product, almost equal to cotton or corn, wben cost Is considered, and It Is of great value to the soil. Another good plan Is to sow part of the affected ground to rape and allow a drove of hogs to forage ou It. A rotation of crops, with an occasional application of the preparation describ ed, will rid, a farm of cutworms and similar creeping pests. The cankerworm Is best known as a pest of apple aud cherry orchards, but It Is even more destructive to elms. Modern methods require frequent spraying with arsenical poisons as a protection of fruit against the codllug moth, und this has tbe Incidental effect of killing canker worms. The San Jose scale can be destroyed by tbe use of one of tbe time and sulphur mixtures, which' may be purchased ready made or brought Into solution by boiling the raw materials together as follows: Fifteen pounds of lime, fifteen pounds of sulphur and fifty gallons of soft water. For fifty gallons of tbe spray heat twelve gallons of wa ter lu a four gallon Iron kettle, mixing In a separate vessel fifteen pounds of sulphur with enough water to form a thin paste. Add this sulphur to the water In the kettle and bring the mixture to a temperature just below boiling. Then add fifteen pounds pf best lump lime, keeping cold water at baud to use as tbe mixture threatens to boll over. After tbe lime Is fully slaked, boll for forty minutes with almost constant stirring. Then strain Into a fifty gallon tank aud fill with warm water. Codling motb, nttacklng apple and other fruit trees, should bo treated with the' bordeaux mixture, which can be purchased ready for use or made up lis follows: Copper sulphate (blue vitriol), four pounds; quicklime (not air slaked), four pounds; water to make fifty gallons! Dissolve the copper sulphate by putting it In a bag of cheesecloth and banging 'this lu a vessel holding at least' four gallons, so that It Is Just covered by water. Use an earthen or wooden vessel. Slake tbe lime by addition of a small quantity of water and when slaked cover freely with water and stir. Strain the milk of lime thus made into tbe sulphate. Pour more water' over tbe remaining lime nnd stir the strain Into tho other until all lime but stone lumps Is taken out Tbe bordeaux mixture is effective In rust, cabbage asparagus treating worm, mildew, rot and parasites ou grapes, early blight, scab and Colorado beetle on potatoes, leaf blight nnd Insects on muskmelons und watermelons, worms on tomatoes, raspberries und blackberries, slugs nnd leaf blight on roses,' Jeaf spot on strawberries, rot on fruit trees nnd nearly all Insect pests and fungous diseases. cop-po- grain after it Is cut. Careless hands easily may waste more than their wages during harvest. Tho "binder man" should be careful In driving so that be may not "cut and cover" or leave strips of uncut wheat as be drives across the field. Many carloads 'of wheat are lost lu Kansas every yiv by such poor driving. Be careful wben cutting the backswnth Many grain raisers think that also. the backswnth Is not worth saving of small heads, and tbey frequently do not go to the labor of cutting tbe wheat along, the edges of tbe field. While it Is true that the heads frequently arc not so well developed as the heads farther out In the Held, the backswatb always should be cut. Wheat that Is cut with u binder should be shocked In medium size shocks, which always should be capped with two bundles. It pays to cap wheat shocks. Break the heads and butts of tbe cap bundles before tbey are placed on the shocks and then place tbcm at right angles to one another. Smooth nnd settle them firmly In place before you leave the shock. Pick up all tbe loose wbeat near the shock, and If there Is enough to make Hsa. Kcno.VAt.ri. "My itlicntn ws rnlWt retrovorifan." vttir Mm. T.ytha MrrViu. AI.D, of ileowta. Mfch., l!.n:al. I lit.l ntrvcuj chills nrd numb jptltj tnd tlioy won! I Icava rro veiy Teafc. 1 hen I hail Inflammation nnd tho I floaihuf mentha rtirisM I had a Hcrrll ttMn"r. hfvi ed h.'-- cvtn epilation.with cor 1 J.nly DhjBliIfti,. w-lo on Then I t'opm-- ulili.- .- hla nrHlol'io. ,'trrtHn'f t')"o Krttlrs of Dr.ricrce's . 1 tun hotter rvilleincs I liavd no. !ud tn;' ivrvons ehlM or ww.k than for; enrj. "My Cu'ienter U raw tsUnr? tho Prescription' end T)r. riorce Gi.Mon M.JI ,il Ji...:o r,to tho 'I'eRaU ' t it ntrfainrct .nd weak, nif!w Ijrva lir'-e- j hv o"r ro inudi In n 'bote tlfrd retllr,.- - Tli-M-. t.ino. Vo Juvo i.rn.t I i.t!i 1,1 your msllilnc--i Xtranblf J." l I'.'cn.t'd ' ttftf i bevel rsorcmrtii. dx-orM ci'f-lboii'-jfa- t JAMES & CO., Centertown, Kentucky. Prompt Attention and Good Service. TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, First Class OUR CLUBBING RATES. $1.3C The Republican and Louisville Herald 1.6Q The.Republican and Courier-Journ1.75 The Reptblican and St. Louis 1.50 The Republican and Home and Farm 1.75 The Republican and 3.60 The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald 3.56 The republican ana vaiiy uwensooro inquirer k O'borb Messenger 1.75 The Republican and 1.75 The Republican and Kentucky Farmer The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. 1.30 The Republican and Cincinpati Weekly Enquirer. ... y1.60 The Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.50 al Globe-Democrat flteicAgVtt?fpy.a9ttiwdBflgy214attBttdBSMB&ttStt BfJBrT ifiifflflifisaTa BBaaaaWltrffaaWaawelM Twice-a-Wee- sKaMKaflaHaWsssaaaaal I STACK THE WHEAT AS SOON AS IT IS CORED. f even, a small size bundle bind It Jia.nd!r If, there Is jiot, put U In by tile Address all orders to shock between a couple of bundles. If any of tbe cap bundles are blown off the shocks go over the field carefully and put them back. When the wbeat Is cured and ready to stack, stack It. It never pays to wait for a thrashing machine that "may be here the first of next week." There is not much tabor saved by thrashing from tbe shock anyway, wben tbe wasted time of tbe bauds when tbe machine is stopped Is, considered, and it never pays to let the wheat stand In the shock after It Is ready to stack. Too many things can happen to the machine. When tbe machine does come get some men that have some Intelligence to pitch the grain into tbe feeder. If the grain Is fed into tbe machine with the beads first lu a steady, uniform rate the concaves of the machine can be tightened up so tbe wheat may be knocked out of tbe heads better. The grain can bo separated from the straw much better also if the machine Is carrying an even load all of the time. And. finally, have some wbeat haulers that can get that grain to the bin without leaving a trail of grain behind them. Most haulers don't have that ability. Kansas Industrialist. THE REPUBLICAN. aBBamasssaamaaBmassssisssamaai ' YOUR Letter Heads Bill Heads : : And w Noteheads Envelopes Statements . Cards other printed forms are given Special Attenton : In The Republican ; PLANNING WORK AHEAD. Job Department. Everything ou tbe farm cannot be run with the precision of clockwork, but the bulk of the work should be planned In advance, making allowance ' fur changes which may become necessary. Keep your ideas ahead of your work. Make the bralu help tbe muscle. You Need a Tonic There are times In every woman's life when she needs a tonic to help her over the hard places. When that time comes to you, you know what tonic to take Cardui, the woman's tonic. Cardui is composed of purely vegetable ingredients, which act gently, yet surely, on the weakened womanly organs, and helps build them back to strength and health. It has benefited thousands and thousands of weak, ailing women in its past half century of wonderful success, and it will do the same for you, You can't make a mistake in taking SEASONABLE POULTRY NOTES. Removo all tbe male birds from the flocks, keeping them separate until about tbe first of the year. Now is a good time to buy new By placing an order at this blood. time u better selection cau be bad. Get rid of all the surplus old hens. Tbls will be a saving In both feed aud honse room. The growing stock need that. Plow up tbe empty duck runs nnd sow rye In them. This will disinfect them und also grow valuable green stuff. The" nights are becoming cooler and tbo days shorter, all of which tends to put new" life in both tho oultryman CARDUI The Woman's Tonic Miss Amelia Wilson, R. F. D. No. 4, Alma, Ark., says: "I think Cardui is the greatest medicine on earth, for women. Before I began to take Cardui, I was so weak and nervous, and had such awful dizzy spells and a poor appetite. Now I feci as well and as strong as 1 ever did. and can eat most anything." Begin taking Cardui today. Sold by all dealers. iBnJldlUiM Itm PrMi.iiint h&i rctrf of esMrlaaoa la marcantll Vacating lO.UOJ and baakiDbuaiDFH, alto now. mn ami womo ror urcsi. mw-ni121 VfaXBVBt R. K. CtsJaaafrltr. Rrin 3UtH,Ixlatss,It. and the stock, Now that tbe molting season Is ou It Is advisable to add n little sulphate of Iron to the drinking water. This will act us tonic and stretigtheuer ' There Is gold In manure, but Tho March hatched pullets ure be! you can't collect it while It lies ? ginning to show Indications of winter "j in tbe barn lot. work. Some are laying, while others eoooeoeoeoeeoooeeeeoeto are reddening up nnd learning to slug. t Has Helped Thousands. IIIII iil MOsMaQMaWBBSsB)MMWiOSsBMMSlMB,,11 m "F" page 38G, which was willed by CANNED EGGS Pater Parks to Danlol Parke by willof record In Ohio uouniy jier SAYS I). uan-)flee. Another tract conveyed to ll 0, K. S. EXPERT August 1.1012. at Gravel Point, was Comcalled this morning and the monwealth Attorney announced ready, j REPUBLICAN TICKET Var Representative N. D. White. County Judge M. L.- - Hcavrin. Far Par County Court Clerk Claude Blankcnshlp. Per County Attorney C. E. 6mltU. For Sheriff S. O. Keown. For Jailer W. P. Mldklff. For School Supt. Henry Leach. For .Assessor D. K. Ward. .S. Morley. For Surveyor-pJ- . Coroner Dr. A. B. Riley. For O 1 2-- Sara 'arks by Chas. Alexander by deed pf record In Ohio County Clerk's of .u fice In deed book "U page at. I e s.-m- Masfetcilal Dlst. No. Maslaterial Dlst. No. Xlagiaterlad Diet. No. 4 Geo. Rowe. Mac Dist. No. 5 Wlnson Smith. Magisterial Dlst. No. 6 W. S. Dean. Magisterial Dlst. No. 7. B. F. IUce. Magisterial Dlst.. No. 8 Uagirterial Dlst- - Ed Shown. Leach. No s L' A McDanlel FLANS LONG TRIP IN WILD COUNTRY Moesevelt Will Be Three Months of South in Wilderness America. York, Sept. 30. For more th. ttre months, from about the middle o December to the end of .March, In Theodore Roosevelt will She wilds of South America. Arrange mcxaa Sot this end o&khe Colonel's Scuth American trip jrere described today, but the announcement did not jii tvhipTi nhont time and nlaces be cause the Colonel himself is not sure Just where he will go or when he wil emerge into civilized country. CcO. Roosevelt will sail from New Yerk October 4, and will spend about two .months visiting vralous cities in Brazil, Argentina, Chill and Paraguay In tbe3e countries he will be the Gov ecjuncnt's guest and he will deliver several formal addresses. Later in DectaJier a little river steamer will iaive him and his party of naturalist fL'Cuyaba, Brazil,, the head of navigation on the Paraguay river, and at that point the hardships of the Journey will begin. The Colony's companions from this pahit will bo Anthony Fiala, of New York, the Arctic explorer; George K. Cfcerric, of Indiana, and Leo E. Miller nt Newfane, Vt. naturalists connect-of ed with the American Museum Xtrnral History, under whose auspi ces the expedition will be undertaken. 31r-- Flala will look after the equipment at the expedition, Mr. Cherrie will have charge of the collection and preparation of bird specimens, and Mr. jliUer will superintend the collection will at jaamnials. The fee the party's chief huntsman. These Jour, with native Indian bear ers, canoe men and servants will at Cuyaba In Ulght draft motor-hoa- ts and canoes, although later It fcs expected that canoes alone will ha.se to serve. that when Ccjl. It was said y Refetevcft first received invitations So tecture in Brazil, Argentina and Chile, his first Idea was to decline; but that the onporttunlty to hunt and collect scientific specimens in the wilds oT Brazil was 'too attractive for him to KalfcU This opportunity was brought to Mo attention by the Rev. John Zelm, of Washington, provincial ct the Order of the HVy Cross.a niUsionary and a scientist who has cexnVsred much of the wild country that .Mr. Roosevelt 'will enter. Father ZahtJ Jha heen consulted about the Itinerary and the equipment of the Roose-trc- lt expedition. N em-teu- or tracts containing 430 acres more K- iland conveyed to W. ioa Maxwell by deed of record In Ohio County Clerk's office In deed book No. 3, page 423 from A. L. Morton and wife. Said iland then being conveyed by W. E. Maxwell and wife to Mrs. L. M. Stovens, A. L. Stevens and W. N. Stevefi3 on October the 11th. 1SS7, by deed of record in Ohio County Clerk's office in deed book No. 7, page 4SS. Said iland then conveyed by .Mrs. L. M. Stevens to A. I,, and W. N. Stevens, May the llth, 1905. by deed of record In Ohio County Clerk's office In deed book No. 31, page 69. Said land then by W. N. Stovens to A. L. Stevens by deed of record In Ohio bounty Clerk's office Jn deed book No 81, page 182. Excepting 50 acres from this siu'e bounded as follows: Beginning at a sugar tree and Beech on the bank of Rough river corner to Airs. Yelser farm; thence S. 34 W. 07 poles to the corner of the Arment thence farm in Mrs. YelserV.lne; S. 72 W. 40 poles to a stone in Arment line; thenceN.54 E. 209 poles to a beech on Rough river; thence up said river with Its meanders to the beginning; containing 50 acres more or Hess." Said land levied and subject to a mortgage of $2000.00 hold, by the 3ank of Hartford, mortgage In the , held by E. G. Barrass sum of $ , held by the and mortgage of First National Bank of Hartford, Ky. Said sale to be made on a credit nt six months, bond with approved security required, bearing interest at the rate of 6 per cent annum from the day of the safe and having the force and effect of a retterln bond. T. H. BLACK. S. O. C con-key- lit V r I Sheriffs Sale. elxxk's office or the Ohio Circuit Court, in favor of the Mclienry Deposit Bank. Mclienry, Kentucky, against A. lu Stevens for 220.00 and I5.M cost, I, or ono of my deputies, will on- Monday the 20th day of Octo-be- r, 1310, between the hours of 1 o'clock p. m. and 4 o'clock p. m., at the Courthouse door in Hartford, Ohl Kentucky, expose to public .sal- -. the highest bidder, the fo.llow ins described property, (or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy th plaintiff's debt Interest' and - rected to me, which issued from the Ii3 virtue of execution No. 614 di- I Three tracts of land In Ohio coun ty. Kentucky, on and near the water of Bough river: One tract conveyed !) JJaaWl Parks by George Madison by rtei of record In Ohio County Clerk's offloc In deed book "F" page 383. .Another tract conveyed by S. L. Haw. Alns and wife to Peter Parks by deed rtf record lu said office lu deed book cost), to-w- lt: suicidal Intent, died Tuesday morning as a result of Process Kills All Germ her act. The young husband Is heart Mrs. Stamper Is Burvlved by broken. Life. her parents, Mr .and Mrs. Clem Shcl- ton, of tho Flanagan neighborhood; her husband and a 1. One of these Washington, Oct. baby and two slstors. times you'll be baying to your grocer. According to tho wishes ofthe can of eggs," Just as "Glvo me a young mother, expressed after tak4'u'd ask for a can of com or to- ing tile poison, tho babe wiy. be rearJ matoes. ed by Mrs. Shelton. the grocer wlK reach Into the And Be CarefuTwhat Ton Say. coldest corner of his refrigerator and hand you a can of perfectly good In speaking of a person's faults, egss frozen Pray don't forget your own! ' You wV.i take the eggs home, open Remember those with homes of glass of course Shoil'd seldom throw a stone; them with your there won't be any shells thaw 'em If we have nothing else to do, out and use them for omelots, cusBut talk of Ihosc who sin,' tard or your Saturday baking. 'Tls bet'te'r we commence athomo And from that point begin. And you can bet that the canned eggs will be o. k. if the private can-newith the Great Am- We have no right to Judge a man Until he's fairly tried; erican Hen as well as lnd'o Sam does getting the eggs while thoy're fresh, Should wc not like his company, We know the world Is wide. breaking and freezing them under conditions of rigid o'.eanllness and Some may have faults and who has not? keeping them frozen till they reach Tho old as well as, youngs the consumer. may, for aught' we know, The hen does her part nobly, 'lay- Perhaps we Have fifty to their one. eggs a year. ing $500,000,000 worth of But the busy farmer's wife too often you of a better plan, lew them lie around In the sun and 'I'll tell Y6u'H find It works full well! dew, and the country merchant, the commission man, the railroad freight To try my own defects to cure Before of others tell. agent and the retailer all help to though I sometimes hope to be make them stale In the summre 1" And No worse than some I know. per cent of the supply spoils, and My own shortcoming bid me lot the co'd storage men hold vast quanThe fauits of others go. speculation, and then in tities for the winter eggs are dear. when wo commenco Uncle Sam would change all that. Then let us all To slander friend or foe. He would gather the eggs while they're fresh, plentiful and cheap, and Think of the harm one word could do save them to use thru the year In the To those we little know, sometimes, dike shape that makes them easiest to Remember, curses Our chickens, "roost at home," preserve and cheapest to handle. AMERICAN MISSIONARIES In tht food research laboratory of Don't speak of other's faults until We have none of our own. Ex. , the Department of Agriculture at HELDBYCHINESEBANDITS Washington he Is showing exactly The Danger After Grip. iow to do It, and you can see for lies often in a run down system. yourself If you go there. But you may Weakness, nervousness, lack of aphat with Norwegians f Also in Hands of have to take off your gown, and slip petite, energy and ambition, for the disordered liver and kldnejs ofte. on a sterilized white place Is as clean as a hospital oper follow an attack of this wretched disSame Outlaws"White ating room. No germs are admitted- - ease. The greatest need then Is ElecWolf" is Leader. There are men there who do noth- tric Bitters, the glorious tonic.blood ing but "canO'e" the eggs hold them purifier and regulator of stomach, livbefore a strong light to Bee If they're er and kidneys. Thousands have wonderfully they that Sept. 30 Five Am- clear and, therefore, fresh. Every proved Hankow, China, strengthen CTo nerves, build up the erican and four Norwegian mission- Xoudy egg Is discarded. There are girls In spotless white flrstem and restore to health and by Chinese bandits, aries are held eggs so daintily and good spirits after an attack of Grip. who on Friday captured the town of who break the finger tip. U suffering, try them. Only 50 cents Tsoayang, in the northern part of the deftly that not a single 'jho rosy and smooth from constant Sold and perfect satisfaction guaranitrovince or Hupeh. The American Jllquld teed by all druggists. m prisoners are reported to be Mr. and cleanliness, is wet with the egg. If an egg has a bad odor it goes .Mrs. Holmes and child and Mr. and Into a salt pall to use for tanning I'll SightTour .Mrs. Fauske. kid gloves not for cake. Then the To a nice new residence at the best The Rev. C. Stoksted. of The Ha- girl washes her hands In a sanitary bargain in Hartford, if you'll write gue's Norwegian Mission, telegraphs wash bowU andakea up newly stef-Ulzto Lock Box 435. It you want a from Fancheng that on Saturday Mr. apparatus and begins again. home here, better hurry, for It won't r'auske,, who is attached to the LuthThe eggs are candled at a temperlong at the price. . Wo have Mission, was still held ature of not over 60 degrees, cooled last eran Brethren the best school In Western KenIn Tsaoyan'g for ransom, but was for twenty-fou- r hours at 32 to 35 de- tucky now, with our fine new buildseparated from his wife, who, with grees, broken at 60 to 65 degrees, put ing. llt4. the other foreigners, was ha d prison Into sterilized cans, frozen quickly and part of the city. er in another kept near zero till they are solf. Celebrated. The notorious bandit, White Wolf, In celebration of Its thirty-sevent- h Government has, been whom the anniversary, tho Bowling Green Busfighting for several months, is the University Is Bonding out one : ; iness In Kentucky. .eader. Orders have been issued for X of the handsomest souvenir catalogues the Chinese troqps surrounding the ever Issued by any school. If you ', district to advance toward paoylng want a copy, write (mediately. and exterminate the bandits. Swedish Bridal Superstition. Gen. LI Yuen Heng, Vice President In tywnden tho bridegroom has Tompklnsvllle. Luther Page.a young of the republic, told J. Paul Jameson, held in jail In this city charged great tesr of trolls and sprites, and M acting American Consul at Hankow, man with the sufe of liquors unlawfully, ,nn , antidote against their power, ho sews' Into his clothes various' strong-smellin- g yesterday that he beleved the forhis escape from Jailer Turner herbs, such as garlic and roseeigners would not be harmed and made yesterday. Mr. Turner had taken him mary. It Is customary to Oil tho would not be taken away. to the courthouse tor a hearing and bride's pocket with bread, which she was rteurnlng to Jail. While trying gives to the poor she meets on tho Card From Mr. Davis. to unlock the Jail door Mr. Turner way to the church, and so averts misBeing the Socla.lst' nominee for heard Ithe screen door shut behlna fortune with the alms she bestows. county court clerk, I take this him and, turning .found his prison On their return from church the bride " to the voters of Ohio county. er gone, up to tnis time no tractc oi and bridegroom visit their cow houses We can never have first dlasa roads Shim has been found, and he ds sup - J and farms that the cattle may thriv so long as our county is shadowed nosed to have crossed the Tennes 1 and multiply. by a $40,000 debt. In order to blot see, line, seven miles south of this On. Superstition Explod.d. out this debt I will fill said office place. Contrary to general belief, a man for $1,800 a year and give back to when the county all above that sum. All I with does not look for a white horse fine Marion. A sixty-dollgirl. Instead, he of you Is to come and hear me costs was imposed on Junius Cum- he sees a pi look at the girl until she at the places named below. I ask in ings In this city Tuesday on a continues tofrom view. disappears of those of you who wirl not hear charge of Cunimlnjs mo to consider two things, the first operated on a flatboat on the Ohio Thlllppln. 8ubt.rranan Rlv.r. Is my proposition and the second Is 'River between Tolu, Ky., and Rosl A. subterranean rlvi.' In th. Island your county's welfare. Clair. 111., and information having of Palawan, one of th. Philippines, Yours truly, reached here that he had anchored has been explored and surveyed by R. A. DAVIS. his boat on the Kentucky side and two officers ot the United States coast was selling whiskey to any person and geodetic survey, and Is described SPEAKING DATES In that "dry" territory who wished In a report of that service. Th. rlv.r Beda, Oct. 15. to purchase, Sheriff Joel Pickens and is nai Igabla for a small boat for about West No Creek. Oct. 18. County Attorney John Moore went two and a half milts from Its mouth, Washington, Oct. 21. through which It passes to the place, arrested Cummlngs and th. tunnelIn plac.s Into Urge chamChapman, Oct. 23. widening 168 pint bottles of whisconfiscated Central Grove, Oct. 25. containing b.autlful stalactlUs. an bers key found on the boat. After Barnett's Creek, Oct. 28. ride, the officials returned No Creek. Oct. 30. Kentucky S. S. Convention. here with Ciimmlngs, who was placAlexander, Oct. 31. When 1. ed In Jail to await trial. Bennett's, Nov. State Convention, The Forty-eigh- th brought Into court this morning Cum- Kentucky Sunday School Association, Hartford court house, Nov. 3. Speaking at each place begins at mlngs pleaded guilty, paid his fine Louisville, Ky., October 7 to 10. Railand left for home. 7:30 p. m. road rates, one fare plus 25c Xor round trlP. It Looks Like A Crime. Hodgenvllle. The September term of of the Larue Circuit Court was conTo separato a boy from a box Bucklen's Arnica Salve. His pimples, vened here Monday by Judge Jones bol!s, scratches, knocks, sprains and It la likely that court will be In sesCUULtm. Iifcata bruises demand It, and Its quick re- sion the entire two weeks. The civil years.wlth Hw KM YwNavi Always lief for burns, scalds or cuts Is his docket la the lightest tor IwfU right. Keep It handy for boys, also only eleven for appearance on the Bmts th. equity. The s'rls. Heals everything healable and ordinary and seven on does it quick. Uncqualed for piles. case of Luther Skaggs, charged with Wgnatttr.of Only 25 cents at all druggists m murder ot Lewis Price on willful sovcn-months-o- ld can-open- er rs ed Are Gathered While Fresh And days ago with Anna Stamper Winchester. Mrs. wife of Rolllc Stamper, who swallow ed a large quantity of poison a few vsss.m. 'm 1 sT" 55X L &s-'Jsmfc- C'VO rT v-- '"i.ii. k ui BBM ?? Jmc ,i&r.?2 sTZm pr&wr itewrw& GMrT Y,s?CjstB9&Ja. &. jsMfrTMKS - s& JfcTrioTftOT jt rtmmmri 07? vS.r4 saflBHUy KrJ fcaKax Mf sbW &W & t o- .rffl M'M'l fiM VjT fo Md bsbbbbbbVsQbt rur AUTUMNS 1""" fZ72 BsHIIIIKup. ZZjtT IobsTCVEbw JRRrM J&&WL. SbbhbV That You CVlNRAKt: IN PE.50LVED m OUR STORE HOW V.fr. rnr utDF t.TVTU EVERYTHING SOMEGOOVUUUUO i .i rAii "!P3BMWrfAlFzj. 't " THE PH1CE5 FojL, FELL WHEN VE AIARKED OUfcl ttt ! GOOD SUITS ,"" H ' WE HAVE RAKED THE BEJT MARKETS THE LAND FOR. .. IN JTYLEJ, QlAUTIE-- AND VALUE, AND THEY CAN BE NOW JEEN WE DEPARTMENT. CLOTHING IN OlR HAVE Bid PILEJ OF BR.AND NEW, FUEJH JUITJ AND OVER.COAT.S. WE CAN FIT YOlR. POCKET-BOO- K WITH THE PRICE. BUY YOUR CLOTHING US FROM UJ AND YOU WILL GIVE YOUR TRADE FOR EVERY- THING YOU NEED FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY. CARSON Si CO. INCORPORATED. Hartford, Kentucky. HUNTERS, KINDLY TAKE NOTICE! Season "For Shooting Migatory Birds Fixed Divides the County Into Two Zones. Washington. D. C, Sept. 26. One of the most sweeping and far reach-lu- g national game laws over enacted effect on Wednesday will go Into of next week and tho government has sont copies of tho Weeks-McLea- n migratory bird law to all parts of the country so as to give the authorit ies and the hunters throughout the country a chance to become acquainted with the provisions of the law. The law fixes the. season for shooting migratory birds and also divides the country Into two zones, a northern and a southern, In order that the birds may bo .protected to the fullest states are In the extent. Twenty-fiv- e northern zone, while tho southern zone comprises the remaining twenty-thre- e The shooting season statos. for tho two zones varies according to tho o asslflcatlon of the four classes of migratory birds. Spring shooting- - is absolutely prohibited, as Is tho Bhootng of migratory birds bottweea sunrise and sunset. In most, cases three months of open shooting for water fowl are and-I- n no case will there be less than thirty days, when birds may be shot during the period "of their greatest abundance. lima by Col. W. C. Gorgas, ridding $ It. ot yellow fever and 'largely of malaria, duo to tho bite of another mos quito, the anopheles. When did the United States tako Uharge? In 1904. ' t t ar red-haire- d "boot-legging- ." al-nlg- ht lllif CASTOR u ftr IA &A&&u feat in the history of the world? Answer The building ot the Panama cansil. Who first planned and began the building of the canal? Answer Ferdinand de Lessep3. What did tho United States pay the French New Panama canal company? Answer Forty million dollars. the What great discovery made building otho canal possible by the United States? Answer :The discovery that yellow fever was transmitted by the bite ot the stegoml mosquito. Who heroically sacrificed his lllte ot the theory? to prove Creating Butln.sa, , Answer pr. Jess Lazear. Som. who undertake What seems i. almost as marvelous "th. gun isn't loaded" to show that lamsdUt.ly as the construction ot the canal It- provtd. oocssloa for undertaking of fmitt ' self? aaother sort. Answer The sanitation ot thelsth- one-thirthe-'trtil' Canal Catechism. What la fhe greatest engineering A in Answer To what one man Is the success of tho canal chiefly due? Answer To Col. George Washington Goethals. "The Benevojont Despot of the canal." How long Is tho canal? length from Answer The entire deop water In the Atlantic to deep wator in the Pacific is about fifty miles. The canal Itself Is about thirty-four miles. How deep will the water b how wide tho canal? Answer From torty-flv- e 19 eighty-seve- n fpet from 500 tn llitlo fan. across the bottom. How will ships pass from one sea level to the othor? Answer Through great locks 1000 feet long, 110 feet wide. What are two of the great engineering achievements ot the canal? Answer The CJtebra cut through tho mountains and the Gatun dam a mile and a half long on its crest. When will the canal be formerly opened? Answer In 1916. What will It cost? Answer Four hundred million dollars. How will ships pass through tho locks. Answer They will be towed by electric looosjotlvca. What, Is? the weight ot the slant :lock gates? Answer From 390 to 730 tons each. How many miles will be, saved between New York and San Francisco? Seven thousand eight hundred and Seventy-thre- e miles. New York and Guayaquil? Seven thousand four hundred and tlve mJles. New York and Callao? Six thousand, two hundred and fifty miles. New York and Honolulu? Six thousand bIx hundred and twelve miles. New York and Yokohama? Three thous&nd.two hundred and eighty-on- e miles. What effoct will the canal have upon jthe American Navy? Answer DoiiU'e its efficiency. What effeot will It have upon the cost of Internal transportation? 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