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BACK FROM DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF 'OHIO COUNTY HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1913. thing 1b to bo allowed to confiscate forest had disappeared. It astonished DEMOCRATS RESPONSIBLE ED P. MORROW property to which they have no right mo to think a man could cut down MEXICO LISTLESS Down In that country we naturally so many tough trees In one day, evOF DEBT SPOKE HERE SATURDAY FOR are very careful about expressing a en with a now axe. OLD MEXICO conviction on this subject. While '"Well called the .colonel as wo AS Huerta Is not liked, If he was disdrove up, 'what do you think about placed and sotno other .man put In as It?' casting his arm about with a president, It wou'd make little differ- Certificate Signed by Capt. Cox In Behalf of the Ohio County sweeping gesture. Story of Persecution By ence. This lawless element would Showing Conditions at Time "As for mjself, I could only say ' Republican keep up the work ot- - robbery. It was a mighty good day's work. But Don't Care About Results Warning Natives. Bllllngslea looked about, In a sort "Most of the American's are getting Republicans Took Charge. Ticket. Following. of surprised fashion, ills eyes had out or trying to get out, and yet quickly taken in a boundary mark there are many who are hoping Destruction, Because ot Fighting, against hope that the trouble will be The Hartford Herald this week Last Saturday .was a great day for which was Inside, the spot Col. Bryan had been working on. Newspapers Exhibit But Little scttlod and they con remain. They havo property there, In fact all they undertakes to make capital out the Ohio county fusionUts. Hon. E. P. '"You have done well, colonel," he . Is Laying Whole Country Interest in Out- own In this world Id there. Hun- faot that Ohio county Is carrying Morrow, of Somerset, Ky, was billed cried, 'and I have to thank you, elr, 1 o'clock at the court for beginning on my land.' Waste. dreds of them have lived In Mexico about $40,000. indebtedness, although to speak at , come. "'Why, what do you mean?' de for years und years and would not It does not charge that this indebted- house. He arrived at Beaver Dam at 11:30 a. m., where he was met toy the t manded Mr. Bryan. know what to do if they returnod ness has been Increased by any wrongful act of the, county officials, following reception comlttee: Messrs. "'You haven't reached your land Pueblo, Colo., October 18. K. E. to the United States. Further, to or that the county has not gotten John H. Thomas, C. E. Smith, M. yet, explained Bllllngslea; 'you have Mexlcq City, Oct. 19. With leave everything ell their property, Xcugobaucr, a Pueblo boy, graduate 'valu- received for every dollar there-lo- f. L. 'Hoavrln, C. M. Barnett, R. B. been working all day on mine,' and a week off and the ossurano of, the Ccntraii IlLgli School and later and In fact their homes would make However,, when the Herald made Martin. Dr. J. A. Duff, Otto C. .Mart- he pointed out the boundary mark. of three candidates la the field for from Golden, who has been a mining them destitute when they reached I this charge of indebtedness so prom-'inein and Hon. Albert Leach. An ele".Mr. Bryan removed his hat and the presidency, there appears p& be .enelnwr. aaaaver anil chemist at a the states. Many ot them regarded in Its columns it was no doubt gant luncheon was served at the scratched his head. Then he smiled no noticeable interest on the part, ot fcumhor f mltm In Mexico, hn re - ! the warning of Bryan's to leave the 'unaware that more than half of It Commercial hotel in Beaver Dam turned home after a stay In the country as a mere bluff, and yet was accumulated under a Democratic to Mr. Morrow and the committee, aft- whimsically. He climbed into the the general public as to who tricar. i umphs. stormy Southern county of seven and many thought it might bo veil not administration. In order that the er which he was' conveyed to Hart" 'Not a word of this he caution Voters aro lacking entirely in ipox- -' to allow tho bluff to be called. They ji half years. His return Is welcomed by au'tomobUe. may know some things in ford ed us as we drove off. But I have tlsanship so far as can bo outwardfaot' now coming out rapidly. Herald by his parents, who have been unabo are The court house was comfortably connection with this matter, we pubto kefp in communication with him r roin some sections tney are naving lished herewith a statement signed by flUed'VIU; leading citizens -- from all chucM'cd so much over it that if I ly seen. don't tell it I'll simply explode.' getting back. There is no spcechmaking, no parfor many months, and who greatly a, great deal of trouble parts of the county, iir.v Morrow was. Demades, no banners only a few potr I was fortunate in that respect tor I Capt. S. K. Cox, who Is a good worried when stories of troublo from ocrat, at the beginning of Judge Tay- introduced by Attorney E. JV1 Wood announcing the several candldaciea. For Sale. tho section In which ho was located had little trouble. I .waited at Chi- lor's administration in 1906 which ward,v4n a short and .painted tMc Parades were placed under the baa dally occurrences In huahua for a number of days for a shows that the outgoing. Democratic and he at onco launched Into his were of almost On account ot a change In my busbeginning of the 'campaign, "wagon train to come from .the minthe papers. iness I desire to' sell my farm of 157 at the left an Indebtedness discourse, which lasted a little more administration by common consent of 'the candidates, upon which I re- ing camp with my personal effects. of $24,152.46. "While tho train miles than; an hour, because of Illness in acres lying one and one-ha- lt who feared dlsasterous consequencAS turned made the distance between As it had not arrived when the train Special term Ohio County Fiscal his family. He touched upon the tar north of Hartford on the Owensboro might follow. Chihuahua to Juarez In twelve hours, was ready to leave I ,canie without court held in the court house at1 Hart iff question In ,a general way, pre. pike. Will sell as a whole or will " ' The newspapers have '"'paid Uttlethe same train (going down from them. The Mexican Central is run- ford, Ky April 4, 1906 with Judge dieting 'the usual disaster .to Amer- divide. Easy terms. Juarez to Chihuahua was five days ning no regular trains. Thesecurlng W. B. Tay'or presiding and. all the ican industries following Democratic Address me at Dermott, Ark., or attontlon to the approaching ejecon tho road," said Mr. Neugebauer. of mall of express from too States Is Justices present the following order tariff tinkering. He cabled attention seo A. M. Barnett-- ' oae mile north of tions, printing only occasional directed chiefly articles "This Mine has been torn up and haphazard, indeed. 1 got one, bundle o was entered: M. L. Heavrin and S. to the fact that low wages had al- Hartford. against the validity of the candidacj-o- t many times that theer eight le.Uers from Puett'o, the first K. Cox, committee, who were ap- ways followed Jow tariff andforced 14t4. " wrecked so V. G. BARNETT. Fcderlco Gamboa, nominated by is littlo left of It that would remind I had from home tor a number ot pointed a special comlttee to ascer- home the thought that It is impos enough' people are the Catholic party. When one of a railroad. Almost ithe entire months. tain the qxact financial condition of sible; to maintain good wages foV Am Senor Gamboa early abandoned bis distance of over 200 miles could be ready to leave to come to Juarez, It Ohio county, on Jan. 1, 1906 came erlcan working man in coppetltlon TRIAL OF WATSON first plan to make a personal canseen torn and twisted rails (lying they have J&e money to pay he fare, Into court and tiled the (.'lowing re- with cheap pauper lbaor. Mr. Morrow vass. beside tho roa.d while .practically and the company hats k;,'traln It can port: didn't dwo 1 as long upon the tariff CLOSES ABRUPTLY Managers of the campaign of Manevery bridge, some of them originally run they are. accommpdatod. Other- To the Fiscal court of Ohio coun nor go Into detail as much as his uel Calero, the Liberal candidate, aswlse there is no traffic on he rail of steel construction, had been burned ty We the undersigned committee audience would have apreclated. In sert that much work has .been done-l- n road. Tho loss to this roaa tnrougn or Miown up. having been appointed by an order stead, he made a harmony speech, carrying forward the propaganda,-particulapast year or more I havo destruction and damage to business of this Court a committer to ascer- urging the different factions to get Federal Judge Sustains Motion to "For the attenton having been givmust run Into the millions." v .been at Cuslhulsachlc, a mining tain the amount that Ohio county together to fight the common enemy. en to the States of Vera Cruz, Oax-a- ca Squash Indictment Against camp out from Chihuahua, tho prop was indebted on Jan. 1, l'JUG beg He said that he asked no Progressive and Yucatan, where he expects erty there being owned by the Potter CONSOLIDATED GROWERS leave to submit the following report. to apoligize for any position Which Georgia Editor. majorities. Palmer syndlcato of Chicago. We' Wo have carefully examined' at'tt he had taken, and that moreover he The supporters of Gen. Feflx Diaz have been haudlcapied in our .work ai'most oil of the things appear to have been more or HOLD BIG MEETING the order books and claims against believed inby lor months. It is over four months the Progressive partty. the county, including the outstand- advocated Augusta,. Ga., Oot. 21. The trial! hampered by reason of the uncertainty now since there has been a freight Oid-URepublicans to here of Thomas E. Watson, charged as to the course ing bonds and contracts for bridges He urg-ithe candidate train on that branch oftho railroad. and find !that the total indebted- stand true to the log cabin and to sending obscene matter through to pursue. While ithose who-arno powder and very Jlttle In Hartford Monday and Organ- ness of the county is $24,182.46. We forgive" anything which they had ov- with "We had the mails ended abruptly at noon toconducting his campaign have Inin the way of provisions. Indeed, further find that the Sheriff, Cal P. er had against their Progressive day- when Federal Judge Rufus E. sisted .that he Is returning to atand ize County Assothings became so bad that I thought Keown, has made a full and compete brothers. Foster sustained the motion of the for the elections, there ore maay It was about time to hike hack to Mr. Morrow In the toeglnnlng of defense settlement of the revenue of the quashing the indictment prominent members of his party who ciation. the United States. When I left, outcounty for the year 1903, and paid his speech complimented Ohio coun- against the Georgia editor. frankly coflless their doubt. superintendride of Wallace, tho Into tho county treasury all that was ty people and referred fectdegly to the Immediately upon the announce His followers are depending tor ent, there were but nine Americans due the county and that on the 11th fact that it was a spot politically ment of the court's ruling there was strength on the efforts of Che A large and representative gathercamp; some of them having at tho day of January, 1906, after the sheriff dear to his father, .who now sleeps by the audience, "clufbs," of which they ojaim ome been there for years and married to ing of the Consolidated Tobacco Grow had paid into the. treasury all that the sleep of death. The crowd was a demonstration which Judge Foster permitted .to pass thousands have been organized chiefly era Association for Ohio county was Mexican women. was due tho county there was a bal not demonstrative, hut It cheered to unrebuked. ' thruout Vera Cruz, Oaxaca, Guerrar-an"Some tlmo ago Mr. Wallace tried held at the court house here Mon- ance on that date of $775.02, and the' echo the telling points of Mr. 4 directing that the indictment the Southern States. .These clutfc, to get Jn a few cars of powder, mill- day afternoon. Mr. Bradley Wli'jon, that this sum has been paid' out by Morrowte' speech, aad thoroughly- - ap- beInquashed Judge Foster said: It Is understood, consist In many Hopkins county, one of the lead ing material and provisions, for food of the treasurer and id fclms due out of preciated, his many telf.ng thrusts, "It appears in this Indictment that cases of only, ha1 f a dozen sympathizhas been low for a long time. He ing spirits In the new .movement, was the levy ot 1905, and which claims his humor, and his fervid flights tho publications alleged to have been ers, w"ho aro working in the face of arrangements with the 'feder- present and assisted the members In thus paid aro not Included made in the of oratory. Sent through the mails in .violation great odds in communities where alists to allow tho shipments and effecting a permanent county organ- above Indebtedness of $24,1S2.46, all Mr. Morrow will always have a of the law are extracts from a o of Gen, Diaz are few. Mr. U. B. Tlchenor was the cars were loaded at Chihuahua. ization. of which is respectfully submitted, warm place in the hearts' of .the peoarticle. It Is my opinion that There is no reason ito expect Ithat- Tho road was being repaired by a chosen county chairman, and will this Feb. 19-- , 1906. ple of Ohio county of ali parties, bethe Government Is required to plead the result" of tihi balloting will bo .gang of 700, that Is, there were this by virtue of that position represent cause of the manly and considerate the entire article and Is not entitled finally decided until weeks after M. L. HEAVKIN, county on the district board, many Jn the gang, and tho crew aim this way which he treats those who differ S. K. COX. to pick out a few paragraphs here The "o.w provides that fcoo-guards for the train. The train was when It Is organized. A close organifrom him In his arguments. Committee. and there and make them the basis ballots must be counted and the re attacked toy IlustlDos, leading the zation of the ontlro county will now of an Indictment." sult announced .by Congress. There Is They be made by magisterial districts. The To The revolutionists, and wrecked. on Secretary Bryan. Voters of Ohio County.- &nd w no Congress in Mexico, Ho added that if the Government they could find, and membership of tho ten counties comtook everything Select, Ky., October 20. I want Ho Now York, Octtober 20. Dr. H. A. wero allowed to pursue such a course there will be nono until now mem 3. in tho battle which ensued over 600 posing the district now numbers It vould be possible to indict a per bers are elected coincident with A large amount ot business was thank my many friends who supported Lawton, who Is a neighbor of Secre.lout of the 700 federalists were klll- -' elctlon. me In my race before the August tary of State Bryan when tlo latter son for sending through the malls a ed. After some parleying by Mr. Wal- transacted lu secret session at tho Republican nomina- Is wintering on the Florida coast, copy of the Bible. Judge Foster bald It therefore wouV. seem to follow lace and upon tho payiuon-- of $2,000 meeting Monday, and a feeling of Primary for the the as one ot the candidates hat pointed property worth about $1(3,000 was confidence was apparent among tho tion for Jailer, and say that I truly arrived at tho Astor a fow davs ago that In sustaining tho motion ot of the appreciate their suport. with a tale of how Col. Bryau set out defense ho wa3 not ruling upon the out, that tho mombers-eloc- it ' turned over to him, but In this was members. I wrote a letter some time back for to clear up his Florida estate last question as to whether or not the ar- Senate and Chamber of Deputies must Mr. Wilson went from here to powder or such not Included tho ticles wero obscene, and that the be Inducted and these ibodlea organwhere he will assist in a publication but toy an accident It was winter. things in the 'provision line as sugar 'You see," said Dr. Lawton, "tho Government might at any time pro- ized before tho ballot iboxes can tod and will go to misplaced and never published. they kept. Iatcr like organisation, and coffee. This ' opened. I wloh to say that I falthfuJ?y .kept co cr.el's laud adjoins that of tho ceed to reindict. Saturday, to attend a this stock ot powder .was used in an Oreenvlle my pledge to make a clean race. I prosecuting attorney of Dade county, Just who will pasa upon the ElecWatson addressed the court in his attempt to blow up a federal train meeting for Muhlenburg county. did not uso either money or (whiskey Mr. Bllllngslea. A lot of that ground own bohalf. The announcement that tion of Senators and Deputies does loaded with soldiers. Tho powder was salem! for tho purposo or slllcltlng votes. down there is covered with what Is Watson would speak packed tho court not appear to .too clearly defined, tout placed on u ear set on a grade, a orderly audience. In the opinion of thoso conversaat 20. Mr .and Mrs. H. C. I wish success to the party on No- about the same as a Jungle. There Is room with an Octobor loug fuse lighted and tho car started Watson's aildrebs to tluj court was with political affairs, the Judgea ot W. DUVALL. vember 4. the gumbdlnibo tree, for instance, J. down tho track to collide with the Wilson and littlo daughter, Pauline, which will grow If jou simply leut an argument that the statute under the Supreme Court will bo calted "up federal train. However, it hit a vvobLy of Dyersburg, Tenn., vlsltod his iiar- - The Bible's Place in Literature. off a twig and stick It lu the ground, which ho Is being prosecuted was aim on, or President Huerta, having asbridge, wont in tho ditch und did no ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Wttson from Viewed distinctly as great litera- and when you start out to clear the ed tit persons sending literature deal sumed unusual lowers, "will do so Friday until Sunday. harm. ture, tho Blblo stands preeminent ground there you havo a Job before ing with vicious and degrading uses himself. Hov. I). F, Jenkins, ot Owonsboro. "The Americans there try .to reIn the capital A report current apolhtment at among tho masterful expressions of you. But when one day Col. Bryan of drugs and not at rnpers or pamph main neutral, but It Is a hard game. tilled his regular What announced that ho was going to olear lets of tho nature ot his magazine. that Gon. Huerta and Gen.- - IBlanit'uet. tho world's religion genius. Mr. Wal kite, who has two big touring Cane, Ituu Sat. and Sunday. charges a copy tho War Minister, had been announcecars to get over the country, was Mrs. Dinah Miller and Mr. Walter Greek tragedy compares with the his land hlms.f, and bought a brand Tho Indictment magazlnu that making an as candidates lu the State of Chla visiting her drama of Job, not only In the splen- new saw and a hatchet to do the Job of the editor's held up once by u rebel general und Hughes of Kansas are dor of Its diction, but In the spiritu- with, none attempted to dissuade attack upon tho Roman Pathol !o pas with tholr consent, was denio.1 lorcod to use his. i.irs for several days son, Mr. J. S. Hughes and ramlly. language today In boha'f of Gen. dluerta, by on tho federalMr. and Mrs. Isaac Christian and al exaltedness with which It touches him. So Mr. Bllllngslea and I called Church contained obscene to ,ald In an mtaclc which tho writer represented as toe- Sonor Mohcno, the Foreign Mlnlsber. mysterous problems of human for him with my car one morning. ists. This naturally made tho federal- daughter Evelyn, visited hor parents, tho P tho ing questions asked by priests of "Wo him ists suspicious. In consequence it bus Mr. ami Mm, J. W. Daulo'l from Sat- destiny? Whore has human eloquence work, foundchecked dressed forshirt, these lu Uio confessional. Soldier Commits Suicide. gingham la a surpassed lsalali or human worship been u case of being butrvvecn the urday until Sunday. St. Louis, Mo., Oct,, 20. J. DougWatson's attorneys concluded tholr iMr, Lewis Martin and wjfo visit- found richer expression than In tho no collar and a straw liat, and wo the deep bluosea all the devil and old., re- him down vvheiJ he wanted to argument for ni annulment of tho in las, Carter. I'salms? Even In Its legendary folk-lorSuned his sister, Mrs. L. E. Wilson. , time. dletnient principally on the ground oent.py discharged frou. the United, civ- -' get out. which is honored from the "The, general diameter of a great- day. guarantees for a States army because of his woakeded ua, of constitutional It" has 't'Xow, be er part of the population of Mexico 'Mr. J.. D. Myers lias his new dwell- lllzatlon older thau Itself," spiritual 'not- to'' como sure,' ho unjoined back for mo before freo press. Judge Footer ru'tcd that heart, swallowed blchlorldo of Jtuer grace of a touch with the Is such tliat they like trouble, are ing houso about complote. the contention of tho liberty orpine cury October 9 und died 'il'tho Olty Mrs. Annie Daniel and children elevation utterly absent from the nlghtfa'J.' seeking it all tho time. Such a thing Hospital today. "Wo promised, and as wo turned press wash esldo tho Issue. ', Mrs. originals. Boston Hera'.d, as an honest election would be out aro visiting hor mother, Ills father, a wealthy merchant of back we saw be was already tackling near Cromwell. question. 11.4 if of them do not J of the Notice. Lelunnon, Ky., was at hts son's bad- For Sale or Rent. tho nearest bit of Jungle. Is- progressing School at this place know what they want, and would tiot J. K. Johnson, t'entortown R. F. side when the end came.' Young Cart "When we got back at tho promisIntoli'Jgent to vote nicely wjth Mrs. Annlo Christian My residence on Washington street, too sufficiently next to Baptist church 9 rooms, ed time tho colonel stood wulthig for I). No. 1, has been appointed a dep' er asked his. father's forgWoura their wishes ir they did know. To teacher. Just before ho died, and, said that he us. .No' only from the condition of uty game and fish worden for Messrs. O'ttud Ford .Albert Daniel, olectrtc lights, hot and cold steal and rob Is their delight. And and gives notice that ho in- was sorry but was la3ponuout 'lue- water In bath and kitchen, his shirt was It apparent that ho Wayne Paytou, Edd Jamison and C whother It makes littlo difference had been working on that, broiling tends to enforce lha law without causo of the "wusted" flvo years he they are serving In tho government A, Wilson went to Dyersburg, Tonn., good barn. Kejs at Dr, Tappnn's. had spent us a soldier. hot day, but a respectable mass of fear or favor. T. R. BARNARD. 13tf. army. The main Sunday. army or the rebel $25,000 ELECTION I s - nt a fjnM - r - ls nds e com-plot- : Me 10,-SC- f -- - !! o, st twenty-slx"yea.- rs t er run1-nln- g Ohio-count- !,. '. 1 CMNGE IN OUR BE A FOE TO FEAR. UNJUST TAX LAW IN KENTUCKY POLLUTED WATER. TAX LAWS NEEDED Constitutional Amendmenl To Be Voted On In -- It Never Won a Cauae or a 'Oattle Na Built a Railroad. Va-- t iinytliltitf ever done by one who fn nfralil? ice 11 November littnleticd with dark forebodings? Would the gospel ever huve beea itvat'lieil to the remotest parts of tl .rurlil If the missionary had feared I1I.1 iiInmIoii? Won lil Columbus have made hU of the now world If he hail y EWFME SYSTEM DEMANDEL T.ait General Assembly Passed ar Anasvrfmcnt to the State Constltu turn Ablating to Revenue and Taxa tfoc Frtcfclort, Ky. (Special) The las Grarxal Assembly In Kentucky passet axiauidment to the State Constltu titoif. reating fo revenue and taxatlot wiMb a. view of abolishing the antl (tutttod general property tax and sub miitWU'aj; a. more flexible system knowi fn aW more equitable and productive eC ipca.-Usrevenue in other states. 17k Car commission appointed un (Sot axefxer act at the same sesslot ma j. thorough investigation and re jMatatc raoarilmously In condemnatloi eC trite present law and' strongly urgei B,ovloja'.I5Jiif the amendment by the 'cffcx82:tl'beNovember election. HLKsxstatiUlcaut fact that since the nfeff&ct of the present Constitution ia Bi&X, vfalcli provided that ,"taxes soansSt 'oe. uniform on. all property," a JhB3.Tj&jine of personal property hat 4miVfrMTel from the assessors rolls, Ikv ftfae simple reason that such prop rtrfav wan .taxed out of existence or at sight. Vttie ejarner .of a bond, for instance, wH Kjived 4 Interest and was caVftsd 'xpsin to pay in some instances 2?&'. ar mara In taxes either sold his Sand r failed lo return It for taxa-floraiuf cash, notes, bonds, stocks in Xmk4pi coiTarations arid such like in- nm&XHKETs are apparently no longer ovnMi! iter KentircUlans. XtxrGsn at Taxes Transferred. Tvlias 2iaB a tendency to transfer flke 8nzn of taxation to real estate surf joli-- r .property in sight and Is not eavty icjf.quaJ but unjust. IHfce seal estate owner has sought is tffonin&h Its value and in order to jpesaVxS .'xfcnself transfers of property tout "Vine dollar and other valuable lias demoralized the true Txbinr axfl leaves the assessor no sufote xq Sallow. mu have unblushlngly enrutttnC aticli items In their returns for :iiaKflflmeat and have felt justified - Would there have been a Unlte'l dittos If the signer of the Declaration if Independence hud feared for their lives, as well they might? Would the railroads have crossed the oiitlneiit and pierced the desert mid viuilil our captains of Industry hae mil the courage of their convictions la wotidor of iilliliiiir our liidustries-t- he he world for size, output and wages ( they had been timid while risking ulMioiis? Was ever won by a general great en use vho feared? Wii ever indicated by one without n strong icart and tmd.vlug hope? Was ever u iri.e secured by competitor who did tot enter the nice believing he must in would win?, Is anything more contemptible than ownrdlce? Is anything more noble .ban courage? Is anything more child-sthan fear or anything (tweeter thiiii outldeiice in an uge of unrest, utirea-on- . 11 11 11 1 h : Iatitsr a In &!; mo. '!TWr and revenue agents aurifc sKiiirrcry boards of ""Etfli'rifeiilon" Slave failed to "discover siwh ;f3priy RDd secure their assess- d ioAt "contysloii a iiazuvs of the state have fall-fi- MMIiVl L'tiAw fhe present law every man is pravtfi'iittr 8j1s own assessor and the cnurflfar inrwe H?istalned the practice, as tht to permits no other course. Rninni Property Tax Desirable. tOtifeA? Kutfe 'have long since Ate inefficiency of the "General I'm&vrtr Tsx." and In these states we vsizia'prlse rewarded and wealth jicnuuu-i'a.llnwhile the tendency In IfimftJHity has been to hide our light ?uiiU aidf ntally our valuables for fear cv tSwis collector's discovery. Cwt! ycwKreHi has beon retarded. Ot iuila.i!a diminished and aside I'm i5i land owners and some we do not becm to have much :iaiU left In the state. Wtii7 IIko .water Hows alow; the 1tiua J Vast rcsirttanoe, and If we tltnifM sy .n. l&m, however slight. It hTi ifce inverted. ilnik a trilling obstacle as taxes, if umxjiaiOj distributed, may prove to ul Insurmountable propor-tiiMbi.i. la-rlumw Insignificant it may a casual view. nvttni?;t ileslii'i; willingly to become a la.T iv.'ak-r- , a deceiver or an nuat yet lis must be nil of these If hf. tunroi llu- - old maxim, "When in Ju.utr- - von TiiiiHt do as the Itomans do." !i mini CI look at the asses-pivj- . ttr&U:, an.l see where men who ..n" lUK'i: to be v.cnlthy get off by tmlg ilrt ur no taxes on personal. , tttuinxji iihsictseil by tlicmselves. H J mi'ii cam to fol ic vi iji aiiniiie.' A kjwkmo, man ma hava farjcif uoniipnt8 in bonds and fall to Tvfctw lor taxation by many we!l h.Mwt jiftrtU'CS of eyaslon. He Js ull return on his luvest- reeog-Tu-jwt- xe mer-V.rt.- er L - n va-tie- si. biit-iites- s Vm-ih or orphan may be left antl the estate may havo to be 1W!) In ctiutt. Tito rovpiuiu aijeut Autlti '. jy.it mu sues for omitted as utr.:awjiTfi tit former yearn and the puts tin-ion the tax list. The '.ttlnut nail urphao are compelled to rt or three per cent in taxes aud rr Jw ii "he lemalnder. jmiCd a sytitcm fair? ' coun"Va:!, Ja a free try, 5tiunjJ6 be lhe leabt matter to wor-p- j ufci-:-t and yet they can be made so and Irksome they drive peoplu fl keep. others from coming lu. sratiar rijiyiapjonln; all the time la Ken A bM u' v mr Qt Wk. Jcaim m.iU1 'Jaxwt fcti (xmtfliutloiul amendment at the No xi(ir'iar election and every citizen In nhould vote himself and urgo the vr.l;hlMr i aJ Ken-tftu'Ji- !t Itself again. 0rin6 cltir duty lo a l-- in i jl disregarded to remedy this now we will aLt. another flvo years before a clianco vote for this ' ' to do the same if a ifsver to be dragged out of ltd laoritM4t aud "kept In the front rank oT jr2Tcss, jiMHperity and peace. states hava abolished the proximately one-hapart of free chloplan. AND FEEDS. POULTRY rine to 1.000.000 parts of water and Its Inequalities and unfairness may will effectually destroy all typhoid nnd be seen from the way It discriminates colon bacilli or other disease germs In In certain classes of property and exWrite for List. the water. The wnter will be without plains why Kentucky seems to have taste or odor, and the trace of free so little Intangible wealth as com- chlorine will rapidly disappear. This suspicion and disturbance? method Is one which Is now pared with other states. Let us turn from the dismal swamps In the health literature of the For Instance, cash in savings banks' mil lift up our eyes to the hills. Let only three per cent interest, country. draws lope Inspire and courage strengthen Water so disinfected Is not dangerbonds pay four per cent, real ous so far as the chloride of lime Is mil the battle will be won. chil-Iiinotes six per cent, stock in concerned If allowed to stand for ten estate This is the lesson to teach the In our schools, to tell to the pasome foreign corporations ten percent, or fifteen minutes after applying The tient toller at his work, to speak to the while the tax on all Is the same for chief danger is that not enough disinEstablished 1854 iiixious business man at his desk.' lo state purposes, but varies for county fectant will be applied to render the For Boys and Young Men Impress upon the preacher in his pul-p- and city purposes according to the lo- water safe In all Instances. Standard preparatory and college courses leading to literary and and the counselor in the hall of legscientific degrees. Well equipped business department. Strong cation. islation. faculty. Healthful and moral surroundings. No saloons. CamHUMAN Income Is only S HEREDITY. Thua where the And mint heart never won fair lady. pus of thirty acres; four large buildings. Athletic park and per cent and the taxes 2Vi per cent John A. Sielcher in Leslie's. gymnasium. Steam heat. New and complete sanitary system. it leaves the owner only Vi per cent It Is Confined, So It It Asserted, to a Likeness to Parents. Boarding department superintended by President. Tuition and Interest, and where the Income Is 10 BERNARDO'S MONSTER. There are few subjects 011 which so board at moderate cost. Address for catalogue: per cent and the taxes 2V4 per cent much "scientific" nonsense Is talked II. O. BROWNELL. President, or W. E. FARRAR. Deaa. Gigantic and Unique", Once the Glory the Interest is 7V. per cent. In this and written as on heredity. Not very RUSSCLLVILLK. KENTUCKY uniform? of the Medici Garden. much Is known of it as regards plants, In some counties land la assessed less of animals and almost nothing as In the Demidoff garden at Pratolino. some eight or ten mlle.s from Florence, at 30 per cent of Its value. In others 50 regards humanity. To read books on there still crouches the monster in per cent, and in others 70 per cent. heredity, especially those of the stone and stucco culled the "Appeu-iilno.- " The state tax is the same In all the A MONTH society. Is to read mass of sup- WHY NOT MAKE once the glory of the famous positions and hazardous Inductions counties. Is this uniform? Medici garden. Some sixty or seventy Day S50.o a week, almost S10. If an honest fanner lists his prop where most of the farts are negative years ago the statue was mora talked erty at Its fair value and his un- and only the exceptions are positive. of, but nowadays It appears that few BjaQoBj boxpl BclllnR Victor Safe, and The very meaning of "hereditary" Is to mcrdiant4, doctor, Uwjpm, dVntl't mil folk know or care for micu things- - It scrupulous neighbor puts a lower value not understood. If any quality Is truly J of whom rf.lln-tliriiirBBBBBBJ Is good specimen of Its style, and on hfs property the former pays more hereditary then It Is always herediof a idto.hu t do not Uiw liorarUltoon BAbBJ 0110. 8altmrn ilicUr our proposition one of aajafaadPfw reminder of Its existence Is ju.st as than his share, while the latter pays tary. It never occurs except as the reBubV monrj.maltiiK the l"t, clean-cu- t ivell. Its height, if erect, would b? less. tics iver receive!. Without prrxlous sult of heredity, and It fs constant YOU on duplicate the lurrrii of other. nice about 100 feet, or say the If the state 'board of equalization that Is to say. It Invariably follows. Our liuti'lomlj-- tll'Jilr-it'Mcatalog height of St. Paul's cathedral. At thi BBBBBMBBb will cnabic you to present the fubject to cusraises the entire list for that county, But there Is no quality of which this tomers In m Interesting a, manner as though back one can enter Into rustle grottoes ran be said. That genius Is not heredi you were piloting them through our factory. Men appointed a built into its interior, and from under- the honest man pays on property he tary is known. Even talent Is not. a'emneu rcielve advice ami Instructions fur .elllnir afes. sltlnz convincing talking point which Impossible for doesn't own, and yet our law is sup- Nor Is any prospective crutotner neath the hair of the head cascade aptitude. A lawyer's son dun't YOU be the Urnt to npply It la your vicinity abefore aomcone elae get to deny. Why from the Urrltorrf may be made to How forth tit will over posed to be uniform. more often wants to be a soldier or an We can favor only one rale.man out of each locality. neKth anniversary nionr the shoulders and Iwdy of the colossus, That the personalty owned- by citi- artist than a lawyer, notwithstanding company wai celebrated by treating a sparkling effect hi the sun- zens of Kentucky Is vastly more than the environment, mid It Is so with most erectlngthn mnatniudern aafs factory In the world. Wkle shine. Is listed for taxation Is a professions. The exceptions; seem to avake men who received our ISuontaleuti. the protege of, Coslmo llshed fact; but the tax receipts don't be due to training and Influence, not to KlHi'lal nellliu Inducement, JCIyjHBifltflLLaBHEL II .Medici, who schemed this gigantic rendered ltnecefMry todmiblo show it. In fact,, certain classes of hereditary transmission. ourou put. U ar upending hlng In l."(K. employed the best talA many thousand of dollar en superficial likeness to purcuts M rwm: our sales orgatilutlon, ent available for the setting of it up. property, such as stocks, bonds, notes seems hereditary, but that N all that but to learn all partlcularo. It s. we are told and cash hare almost disappeared from we ran assert, and that sculptors, etc.. and wlUcmtyim only th price of outward likea poul card that Its abnormal size led to some ol the tax rolls, and these evidences of ness by no means Infers an inward the artists losing all sense of propor- wealth apparently grow less each year. .likeness. Ask far dialogue 16T. There Is nothing so easy If the present system Is allowed to tion and being rendered unfit for ordiand nothing so fatal us this tendency nary work, one of them losing his rtu remain in force, It will result, as It has to attribute to heredity what Is due to THE VICTOR -- dm as a consequence of helping to In other states, in almost all kinds of training or want or training. It ex personalty disappearing from the as- ruses suplnencss hi governments build the monster. SAFE & LOCK GO. and The audacity of the conception N sessors' books, and lands and houses professions. H. Hull lu Atworthy of the great genius, who. train- which can not be hid or moved will lantic Monthly. CiHCHHUTI, OHIO Our New Horn. Capaolty 20,000 Safai Annually. ed under the eye of Michelangelo have to bear the chief burden. hesitated at nothing, knowing tlia' It has been so In every state where Thin Cutting. the Medici money was nt Ills back and the "general property tax" has been When Irvhi Cobb, the writer, was on he had only to ask when a daring Idea the plan on which property was taxed, the World he attended a ball game of his needed funds. and most of the states have been wise ut the Polo grounds. The yard was boy nermirdo (Hutmt.-i-lenti- l This fatuous enough to get rid of such an unequal packed. .Inst before the game Harry seems In his day to have out- and unfair system. Stevens, who had the refreshment privshone the Admirable Crlchtou. being The Ohio state tax commission, in ilege, strolled by the press box and painter, sculptor, architect, engineer Its 1908 report on the operation of the called out to a group of which Cobb and mecliMiicIan and much besides.-Lotid- ou "general property tax,"" says: was a member: Sphere. "It Is a failure for purposes of rev"(Sreat crowd, oil. bo.ys? I'll bet enue or equality. Perhaps not 5 per there's ii.OOO more people here than Morphine a Pain Producer. of Intangible property Is listed. they e Xpert ed I gue.ss that means I'll cent "Morphine." says a woman who was It punishes the honest. It rewards the have to go lu and prepare bout t.(MK) .1 morphine (lend ml then saved herIt frequently results U more ham sandwiches." dishonest. self, "does ant give pleasure. It 01 double taxation and lowers the stand"Well." remarked Cobb. '"that will pain Tills is Its ultimate nun ard of integrity." pretty nearly necessitate the rutting of Is suppositive effect. The pleasure it The entire revenue of the state of another ham, won't It; Hairy':" posed to produce Is a mere temporary Kentucky Is .about 17.000,000, while form of The exhllanitliu Michigan, with about the same area e:ieet Is tlio flr.-.-t thrill of tain vibrat- and population, receives 114,000,000 Grsen Liquid Soap. ing so rapidly one does not recognize from taxes, only a small proportion of Green liquid soap, which Is recomIt as such Let that be written In which Is paid on land. mended by skin specialists for line as tall as the mountains. MorIn Pennsylvania there Is no state skins or for those whicli have the phine Is a pain producer. Morphine tax on farni3 or homes. pores extelidi-d- . ran be intuit- - at home. nerve destroyer. It weakens the will There are 7,000,000 acres of unim- Take equal parts of glycerin, water, It disrupts the foundations uf tho proved farm lands in Kentucky and alcohol mid gfeen rastlle . Shave ECONOMY-ti'.-'- t-s tun ymi nn mind." American Magazine. yet vast quantities of farm products the soap into the water and" stir over " looking Mr in these il lys MS kly nave to be Imported. the fire until the mixture is smooth. i ;! Jiving cost of insurts i wonder- - fttiYmVnri' twnnty-llvthouThere are about Mado an Erniny, Add the glyrerln and lastly, after the !;; fill Mivinsr in your Inking. Hut it does nor lALUMlal 'Have you ever placed yourself hi sand square miles of coal lauds In kettle Is removed from the tire, the It liiMircs wholesome food.Usty IjJi wised foo.1. - --51 jthe hands of a beauty doctor. Airs Kentucky, and yet wo buy 'millions of aleohol Ail I a tablespooufiil of can ',;j Oiliunt--t Is imiile rllit to sell rilit to Kike rijrltt. Ask !P?f Si Muggs worth?" 1 tons of coal from Pennsylvania, West de (logue. If perfume Is deslnsL Jii one of the millions of women w ho use It or usk your grocer. "JJHCillL? Virginia, Indiana and Tennessee. "Why do you ask me that?" :i thirty-eih- t RECEIVED HIGHEST AWARDS hlLKpitT Kentucky raises per "My husband wants me to go a' Antiquity of Leather, )' World' Pure Food Expotitlon. Chic. to. IU. cent of the tobacco crop of the United Ibaaliir once." Leather w.ls early known In Kgypt 'J PariExxiUoa. France, March, 1912. tlTU Pv "Yes. I have beeiy taking regular States and manufactures only three and Creeco and thongs of mainline-turetreatments from mil! for the past per cent of It. hides were used for ropes, harThese are significant facts and our ness aud the like by ancient nations. year." W u? auair It taa tuLUu nawJtr. Doa't g.It ,T.nor. w...atltal wkaa lay Ant rUil rwaltt. CtluMt li far U amltd. BirCtUaut, "Then I think I'll not go. It seems to people should consider them. am. wa.Ui.ait live The tiordlau knot was, made of leather aatri.r ta Mar Bilk a4tJa. There may be other causes for our thongs, A leather cannon was made be useless." San I'rtiuclsco Call. lack of progress but It Is an estab- at Kdlnburgh. (lied three times mid lished faot that no state has ever found useful lu 1778. Heavy and Light Bread. Kansas City Look Forward. Mr. Pester I see by this morning's prospered under the general property Times. Who can see the brilliancy of charpaper that our baker was lined Sli.T far tax and It Is also known that this deacter attained by individuals of our selling lightweight loaves of bread, ami plorable system of taxation has always Hia Job. race without feeling that there Is a Pin glad of It. The scoundrel: Mrs. driven out capital, retarded develop Hall What are you doing now Pester You're so hard to please. Only ment and caused untold losses in pop-- , Gall 0i, I'm making a house to house pledge in this that what haB been done canvass to nscertuln why people don't already In the individual will yet be yesterday you were complaining that ulatlon. The last general assembly passed want to buy a' new pateut clothes accompanied in the nation and the the bread baked was too heavy. race? P. W. Robertson. an act amending the state constituwringer. Chicago News. Kansas City Times. tion so as to permit future legislation on taxation which will go far towards HeCAIX HTmiia Dad's Excut. Rebuked. remedying the evils and It is the duty "Papa, why don't you dress as well "The photograph Hatters you." com rtllabll ty nearly 40 year. Sold In nearly of every citizen in the state to vote as other men do?" ' meuted the eauest .toting mini, J.,r3r.c"J' ",? ,own ln '' U""e Stat., anl Canada, or by null direct. Mora told thia amendment at the November r any other make. Send for tree catalogue, "Becnuse. pet, you Insist on dressing "Then It l more polite than yon for the olectlon. U It Is not ratified at that better tbau any other tjlrl does." Chi Ay On. application aoolbea and hl a roughs are." replied the Indignant maiden. UtCAVUS MAGAZINE M pIaiplykln,an4,whcnrcpcatcd,qulcklytrTccti time It will be impossible to vote on cgo Tribune. Mor iubtcribera than any othet fathtoa Iluffiilo Kxpress. raaniln the question for another Ave years million a month. Invaluable. LaU all kln diieat. yield to lu curatirt properties fit atylea. pattern., Ureiamakinr, millinery, a and It has been delayed too long allliunrpiu, plain tewing, fancy needlework, halrdreulng, laaipW aad Look. "HmUV and Dtaut;,1 M S..4 for Ixm Two Husbands. No Contortionist, etiquette, good ttorlei, etc, Only GO cent, a ready. It is time for us to wake up laiutavTAM UAI Mill. A year (worth double), Including a free pattern. The foolish husband says, "Let us do Fat Man Hid you give them gnml and get In lino with other prosperous rM&, rfaj ara. U, I bubacrrS. today, or tend for .ample- copy. that." thine. Ilootbhiek Sure. sir. Look for tate. Vote for the constitutional, this or wlso husband says, "Shall we?" tVONBUnn. MMJCCMOVTS The yourself, Man I'll hike .Mint amendment at the November election. to Agtati. Pottat bring, premium caUlogu. I "Louisville Courier-Journa- l. aniincwcaahprit.oncra. Addrcia wniil for it llostmi Transcript. lf Cheap and Simple Method by Which It ' May Ba Purified. The best thing to do with polluted water Is to keep It out of your mouth nnd wait until you can get some puro limn might How Unsatisfactory the Pres- witter. Of course larcs followingstarvo to death In some that advice, so here Is the next best thing ent Tax System Works , to do. Disinfect the dangerous water. in This State Here Is the way to do It. Dissolve a teaspoonful of chloride of lime In cupful of water, making sure Moit Unequal System Ever DevltMl that all lumps are thoroughly broken up. then add three more rupfuls of and Moat of the Progressive State Have Abolished the Plan Used In water. Stir Hie mixture well and allow Kentucky. to stand for a few seconds hi order that any solid particles may settle tightly This mixture. If kept hi The present state constitution of stoppered bottle, may be used for four Kentucky provides that "Taxes shall or live days, when new solution be uniform on nil kinds of property," should be prepared. Add one teaspoonand on" the surface this seems to be ful of this milky looking solution' to so fair the average thinker can tlnd each two gallons of water to be purl-fit- s uo fault with it. aud stir thoroughly In order that In practice, .however. It has been the weak chlorine solution will route found to be the most unequal tax sys- In contact with all the bacteria which tem ever devised, pud most of the pro- may be present. Allow this to stand for ten minutes. This will give apgressive 11 11 11 11 Poultry Supply Co. 305 East Market sss LOUISVILLE Street LOUISVILLE, KY. The only and original poultry sup ply house south of the Ohio River. We keep a full line of first-clas- s SUPPLIES Price reconi-mende- d (raro$$s$srofldiw$$&ws BETHEL COLLEGE M gilt-edg- e lr 11 S2005 -- That's a are-pro- 11 11 opporlunt-JBbBBBBB- F expert-BBBBB- one-fourt- h l e 11 1 well-esta- ma-on- 11 11 sAy mmM ffite lii-i- ,J?vv BBpH JnNjp Costs Less Bakes Better CALUMET SHAKING nnae-ithesl- lei-ter- s so-ip- m (p e , d J 1 WW - I It l . 11 ll n,.f, m. y - I WlfeC4UC.Mt.MW.!MSt,MWTtWa iiiniMHirMtv; WHAT AILS STATE CONSIDER Th THE CAT. 4 COURIER -- JOURN- OF KENTUCKY i never Only Animal Man Has Never Been Able to Conquer. There N Jlirt oiii It Ml Mill I llliltl IlllS diintm-icil. DIES AND PLATES Fate of Those Used In Printing Our Money and Stamps. ALL. ARE JEALOUSLY But, While Security Life Insurance Not the oldest the biggest bub STRONGEST in liewr run coli'tler. For 1913. You can not keep posted on current events unless you read the Traveler Facts Ascertained About One Community IH TAX LAWS NEEDED CHANGE liriixt I In- tied fur !iic iif tiutli nr from 1; t mi ii imliitiitlnu. One mid one only lefllMil tn lire nr to "lllilillt. i The lwre. tl!' die.:. tliv euw, tho sheei. t!le fort, the jls till euine hit" eiitiip tlmiK'itiiN of ,i'ir ucii. They IlllW "lliee Wrl'el fur Hutu or fed ' llllll. or liotli. M.ive lieell Ills ti In t n:'i!'i-:l"lili- n.' xlnves. Coiifurle unit ivvx oilier elf GUARDED -- not tht suiv i X 'W-I- - COU WEEKLY 1ER-JOURN- AL Loimvir.LK, Kv. HENRY WAT ERSON, Editok i COURIER-JOURNA- L AND HARTFORD REPUBLICAN Both One Year for $1.50. 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Son tiu ant - li..t- - otli'M uii. i,' luriN. Why Are 600,000 of Kentucky's People The lloli the !:.. . tin- - wnlf. the Living In Other States7 A True bear, imil ti !i i,, n!".v IicmsN n Story With a Moral What Do You lllivc lint .MeldiMl ! til, Hi ll'iVe j ultttil; T Think About These Conditions? f t'le imtli of iiwit.v In clvlllziltlnll. Hint nil- - Ullleil nil vL.it, A traveler recently, while waiting to Hut- one sinaiM in 1111,1. , :niiti mini's change earn at n little town In South- - protection. "Il.'irr Ills f""(l lleill'tll. ciifilern Kentucky, had a conversation wanders nt will u'ul iinnioli-te- il with an Intelligent 'isiness man of the i through hiiiniiti liiiitnts. Mini does st place and ascertained the following Kolutely no jwirl: In return; oln-jno ' facts: orders, ti ml does not ewu rerv? us food "What In yourpopulatlon?" he asked. ' or olothlnj.'. I "About twn thnmuinil." This only exception to it world .of "What Is your principal Industry?'' pcrvunts mill of sen led enemies Is the "We havo none, unless stores count." domestic cut. "Have you no factories?" Think It over. The cut will not work. "None except a tombstone maker." It will not giinril your home. Its flesh "How Is your population employed?" nnd fur serve no use. Its one useful stores, nine act Is the vutcliliii; of mice and nits. "Well, we have fifty-twhotels and restaurants, two newspa- And these It sluys mid cuts because It pers, one laundry, one photograph gal- wants to: not to help out Its owner. lery and two banks." For exniiiple. It does not lirlnu Its cap"You seem to have good railroad fa- tured prey to Its owner, to eat. Nor cilities." will It hunt rodents unless it happens "Yes, we have railroads running to feel HUe dolus so. north, south, ea'st and west; twenty-siThe cut won't work. It won't even passenger trains In and out every learn tricks unless It happens to wnnt day and no end of freight trains." to. And no one can punish or torture "What does the surrounding country It Into Icnriilnc tiny trick It doesn't product?" want to learn. "Coal, timber, clay, stone, corn, That Is why there are almost no trick wheat, tobacco, fruit and vegetables." cats In uuliniil shows nnd why the few "What becomes of all these?" that are there do such very simple "They are shipped to different' parts tricks. A doK can he tortured Into doof the country." ing tricks. A cat emi't. "Has our town Increased In popuWhen some miliiiiils became man's lation?" slaves mid others lied from him. the "Not much In the past twenty-fivcat did neither. It simply tt"k nil the years." favors mid ndvmitiiges mini hud to offer, nnd refused to do one lick of "How are your young people work in exchange. Kent a doc nnd be "They mostly drift away and get will fnwn on you: Heat n cjit nnd It you mid then desert you. will ntt.-icwork In the cities." "HaB It never occurred to you to You can't conquer the cat. Yon can't start a few factories and keep them at make it work. New York World. home?' "Yes, It has been tried, and we at English Weights and Measures. one time had a commercial club, whose Other things besides fish have tbelr aim It was to get some factories here, own peculiar measures. Gunpowder, but they couldn't seem to do any- raisins and butter are sold by the barthing." rel, but the weight varies. A barrel of "What were the obstacles?" powder weighs 100 pounds, of raisins "Well, some people were Induced to 112 pounds, of butter 224 pounds. You come here and found cheap land, cheap can also buy butter by the lirkln of fuel, good shipping facilities, but no fifty-si- x pounds, while a firkin of soft labor, and some of the Inquisitive ones soap Is sixty-threkuih1s. "Stones-ar- e asked about taxes, etc., and nothing always the same. A stone of not came of It." glass is five pounds; n "customary "What Is the trouble with your stone" is eight ouods. the "Ifgal taxes?" stone" fourteen pounds. A "fodder of "Well, you see, we have the general lead" depends upon where you buy It property tax In Kentucky, and when In London or null you will get only jhey .were shown the assessors' lists nlneteeu and a half hundredweight. In and found they had to pay taxes on Newcastle Ihe.v will give you twenty-on- e about seventy-fiv- e different kinds of and n half hundredweight nnd In property, and all at the same rate, they Derby tweuty-twnudn half. Loudon ducked." Globe. "Is this true about the taxes?" "Well, It is pretty near the facts. Look Fop the "Pearls. The city and county and state and Do you know that perhaps within a schools all1 have to be paid, and if a stone's throw of your suburban home man starts a factory he has to pay on pearls may lie found. Sara Savage his machinery, his raw material and Miller has an article in Suburban Life finished goods; his cash, and accounts, on "Fresh Water Pearl Fishing." She and, of course, on his land and build-bigs- , says that utmost every stream and and a good many other things, pond throughout the United States Including his watch and stickpin, ami. contains one or more varieties of musIf he wants to educate his children, he sels lu which pearls are found and tells must pay on the books and piano and of n carpenter of I'atersou. N. I.. who bis horse and buggy and almost every- found a magulficent pink pearl weigh-in- g thing but his shirt, and the trouble Is, nlnety-thre- e grains In the waters he never knows exactfy what his taxes of Notch Brook. It was bought by Tifwill be. If he omits any of the seventy-fiv- fany & Co. for $1,500 and Inter was things the legislature could think sold to the Empress Eugenie. Since of and the miscellaneous things 'he then It has been known us the famous mut think of himself, there is the rev Queen pearl. henue agent who gets a commission on anything he can find, and then there Is He That Keeps His Lawn .Well. the county equalization board, which Show mo the man whose lawn Is In serutinizes his returns and adds what nnd 1 will It likes, and then the state board at good condition year by year well to Frankfort takes a whack at It and gen- show you one whose wife did get him. erally raises the whole list, and It slnv For let me tell you. friends and felpi? keeps everybotly going who has low travelers to the tomb, there arc anything to be taxed." "Why don't you change the tax more sticks and bones, clothespins mid crooked wlres upon a lawn. Ilorntlo. laws?" "Well, they put the law relating :o than are dreamt of In our philosophy. revenue and taxation In the state con- And he that cheerfully endures the stitution, and It takes about five years slums upon the hrend basket that the to effect a change, and It Is hard" to get lawn mower hands him when Its cutthe voters to understand the question. ters clog possesses more than Chrisfifty-tndThe last legislature passed an amend- tian fortitude It mounts up 'sto Eugeue Wood in ment and It will be voted on at the November (1913) election, and i jt is. Magazine. ratified the change will be made."" Locating the Bar, "I live In Pennsylvania, and every A grimy looking stranger entered town In thut state as large as yours has a factory of some kind, and many a hotel. ''WhereV the bur?" Lt listed of them soveral. They employ the of PnL who was standing at the door "What kind of bar?" asked ti. latyoung men and women and keep them and the money thoy earn at home. Dili ter. "Why. refreshment bar. of course! here comes my train, and all I can say is, you people should wake up, and it What do you suppose I menu?" "Well." drawled Pat, with n twlnfclo. your tax laws are oppressive, change them, and your state will blossom like "I didn't know but you irAxUl . menu u tar of soap." Loudon Aiiw-rdthe rose." stranger. 1 intend "Well, good-bye- , Keep Tennis Balls Dry. to vote for the amendment myself, and TennU balls can be prescrwdiln usamay be others will do the same. It can't be any worse than, the present ble shape for mi Indefinite length or system, and I surely would like to see time If they are kept absolutely dry. some smokestacks looming up in these They lose their resiliency mid itecoine parts. Farewell." "dead" before they are worn out for the reason that dumpings decomposes FROM REPORT OF KENTUCKY the rubber. Popular Mechanic. ))- !; :e-i- ' I - 1 I ! s o the Dies Are Invariably Saved, the Steel Plates Are Melted Down end Become Some Part of the Armament of Uncle Sam's Warships. All of the notes, bonds, checks and miscellaneous issues of the government, including postage stumps. Internal levenue stamps mid thu dllTcrent denominations of currency Issued to national banks, nre printed from engraved plates lu the bureau of engraving mid printing ufWnshliigtoii. Tile original dks are never destroyed. Ily a system of transferring the Impression or design Is passed from the die to a soft steel roll, which Is later hardened. A hundred plates can be produced from one hard steel roll. All of this engraved work receives the same supervision and Is accounted for just as accurately as the securities Every that are printed therefrom. morning the plates are Issued to the vnrlolis printing divisions of tho mid lu the evening, when the day's work Is over, they are returned to the vaults of the custodian of. dies, rolls and plates, where they are counted, checked and locked up with time locks. plus security to policy holders. Highest ratio iof all the established t t e companies in America. Everything absolutely guaranteed. No estimates. should carry a guaranteed policy in strong company. W. R. IIEDRICK,. A. i YOXJ this - Harlforz. S. TANNER, - Owcnsbw. lj f HAVE YOUR SUITS x e e o e e. r.ve.-.vbody- After approximately 50,000 impressions nre printed from a steel plate It becomes useless as far as Its original purpose Is concerned. The delicately engraved lines nnd geometric lathe work become worn, and the portrait loses its detail. When the plate becomes so affected as to render tt .unfit for further satisfactory printing a duplicate is ordered to be made for printing future orders from the treasury department. The old plate Is then canceled and laid aside, subsequently to be destroyed. This destruction, or. rather, trans formation, takes place Just after tlw 1st or January eacn year unuer tue of a committee 'appointed by the secretary of the treasury composed of three persons, one of whom represents the secretary and acts as chairman, another the commissioner of Internal revenue and the third looking after the Interests of the comptroller of the currency. Under Instructions from the department the committee makes a schedule in duplicate of all the canceled material, the original list being retained by the committee to form a part of Its report to the secretary and the duplicate placed Inside the box in which the plates arc to be packed. The boxes are made to hold an average of 150 pounds each. As each box Is filled the cover is nailed on and the box numbered and sealed with the treasury seal. The sealed boxes are then stored in the vaults of the bureau until such time as is convenient for tbelr conveyance to the place of destruction. The committee recently reported to the secretary of the treasury the de structlon of 4.32C pieces, weighing 41,810 pounds over twenty tons with drawn from the vaults. To convey this vast amount of metal required the services of eight laborers and 'a team of draft horses attached to oue of tin huge money wagons of the bureau making eight trips to the United Stato navy yard, where the cremation take place In the foundry. On arriving at Its destination the committee directs the unloading. The boxe.4 are removed from the wagon on to hand frueks and taken by elevator up to the floor level of the cupola door The boxes arejjere opened, the carbon duplicate schedule removed and tin plates again counted and checked a they are cast Into the furnace. From the time the plates nre taken from the vaults of the custodian until tho last oue Is thrown Into the tire they are under the watchful eyes of tin members of the committee, who see that none goes astray, for If one or two .of these plates should fall Into Illegitimate hands mid later be put tn improper use It would probably cause ronsldernlile embarrassment to the gov. eminent. In order to ascertain whether the destruction has been complete, the committee must wait until nil the melted; steel Is drawn from the furnace and the cupola opened and .cooled., The niyllcd steel Is poured Ipto molds cov- s Cleaned5 Pressed special attention. Repairing and Dyeing neatly done. Ladies work givee delivered. month. Hats Cleaned and Repaired. Work called for anil Club rate $1.00 per Hartford Pressing Y. M. C. A. Gift KY. ULDG., ' HARTFORD,, ANiemv KILLthcCOUCHI limcs w,TwDriliiig New Ifiseomf mm all ihkoat MmumsTimaua. OUJtfLAXTEZB BATXHM "WUisnw : OB'XOVZY ' kind naves WOKEX eaves WORK saves eyes. Your dealer has SOUTH OSJ in barrels dircoD twta. ase llebt. Insure this br sciunc the oil that hurt, alear acl e'ein without a lliciter dowa jj the last drop, itocayivxsxa. crude oil reilneil to perfettf o.i Costs no more than the tanK-tvag-on Nothing la more Iiurianc attrasr thft boms than clca-V ihmLmmpOilthmH Savma cvw at l CTT .71 ",i. :2T -. . A- :;i W 5 IA Chas. Refinery at 'WorceBt W oell the celebratedE Carb" Auto OU. LmIsvMIc, tors' C Stall OH C& Ik. "W 4 o THE ering a great variety of cnstlngs that 8EWH4C eventually find their way to the armaM A CHUNK ment of our modern battleships. It may lie a yoko for an eight Inch OF gnu weighing three or four tons, or It QUAurma may be some minor casting for a torpedo tube. It Is not beyond the range Df possibility that the olltcer who sights NOT one or the Immense fourteen Inch rifles SOLD may have In his pocket at the time a note of some denomination printed UNDER ANY from a steel money plate that has deOTHER of evolutions into a veloped by a NAME. part of the very gun he Is adjusting to wreak destruction upon any object In WARRANTED FOR ALL. TIME. the path of Its flying projectile. What ari'eurs to be n waste In ono If you purchase the NEWT MOM jxmsrJB jepsitment of the government thus be- have a. life asxct a t the price you jay, uoilwiU comes a valuable nsoet fn another. nut have an eudlrw chain of repair. New York Times. QaaGty TAX REVISION COMMISSION, The Modern Polonlus. Cuofl&aft&J 1910. "My sun. lie polite until you have acTho Hard Knocks. " old world nt l"t Is only an cumulated your first huudrtd ksvtfte "ThN "So long as the stato adheres to its anvil and life a wirt or Plutonian Qieapcsl present system of taxation fixed by blacksmith, that, with varying blows, Ye dnd" constitutional provisions, It will im- strikes us Into' form. The blow that "After thut the regulation thing Is to btnccsiS pose upon Its cltlzilis a very serious be crisp nnd torM'.'-Loulv- lllo hurts us most may shape uh bet-t.-" tolnv:. handicap In the competition with the Journal citizens of other states more favored The bend, like tho stomach. Is most If you wuut n wwIuk machine, wrtnc CC in their tax laws, and must Inevitably jnoll.r Infivjwi wltn"ioli.oii when l( ,V. Aner lifptiw In folly und ends In our lad st cuUilut;uo bclbro yon iurul).u& lose both desirable population and jiuity.-Je- uu m. Paul Jlabter. rtfix'i'tiincis-l'jtliiigoriTte Km Home Ssn'ng tehw Co., Ito&tasl much needed capital." NtW HOME thou-and.- Courier-- r. ' Hartford Republican. Tho tent meeting which was to be- -' gin on Main strtst, in Hartford on Saturday October i, and was postou-e- d on account of the illness of Evangelist Rev. L. M. Ilurdon, will begin Saturday evening at 7:!10 o'clock, October 23, and If the weather is too foe Brushed UIk mon.tliK.ago. REPUBLICAN TICKET Difference Should cool for the tent the meeting wfll In; Anybody who ha a sure recipe for held in the court house. All are inAway. 43. White. Cor Representative--- N. The tUffrernces betwen the Repttli-lica- n producing harmony among scrapping vited to come and take part In the For County Judge M. L. and .ProgrcsslMo iwlngs should Democrats can find plenty of jobs For County Court Clerk Clando be brushed away, Both sides can pee Just now In Washington. The iwrty meetings. BlankensWn. tluU It la nothing Jmt narrow per- Is In sore need ot the services of an C. .E. Smith. iFor County Attor-negonal feeling that .influences tlio sep official hnrmonlzcr from tho White SULZER'S PLANS rFor Sheriff S. ua. Keown. aration. .Every day ithat the Tariff House down. The President is having acFor Jailer W. J'. Mldklff. and currency questions are discussed his own troubles over the currency STILL UNKNOWN For School Sunt. Henry Leach. the only choke In union or Deiuoc bill that he is trying to Jam thru For Assessor II. E. Wa2. beracy. .TJhe of tevents is plain, it Congress1 before 'the first of DecemFor Surveyor C. S. Mozley. Is impossible to cscape the conclu- ber. He is especially anxious to get For Coroner .Dr. A. B. IRlley. sion that those who will not accept this .part of.Ws program through so Packing His Trunks But Friends any .reasonaide ior possible' p!aa of there may be time for Jit least a Magisterial .Diat. No..l-- Ed Shown. Are Ignorant Of tirlnging thp .Republicans and the constructive between the recebs Magisterial Diet. No. Leach. 3 Progressives iojwfcber are virtually special session and the regular ses"Magisterial D&t..No. 31,. A. McDanlel j consenting to .the indefinite domina sion, which convenes December 1st. Destination. Magteteriail JJitt. No. 4 Geo. Rowe, tion of the .national government by All the .recent signs, however, indi Mag. Dlst. .No. 5 Wiason Smith. the Democratic organization aad the cate that he will not be able to re-Magisterial Dist. No. 6 W. S. Dean. administration icf the people's busi- peat with the currency 1)111 tho sucAibany X. Y. Oct. 19. Contrary to Magisterial Uist. No. .7. B. F. Rice. plans William Su'.zer made .yesterday, ness by .a jiarty which stands .!for .a cess he met with the tariff. IaglsterlaS Dwt. No.8 minority of :Ure voters and .for a There la renewed need for a har- - he did not Jcave Albany today. .Maib .program .many limes repudiated .at mouizer between Speaker Clark and he wJH go tomorrow and he may not For Constable Fordsvllle .Magister- the .polls .and .never approved. fn ana- - Secretary Bryan. Early In the ad- - leave until Tuesday. Where he will ial Dienfct-'DoanJK- irk. tioaal election --since 1892. When this vmlnistratisn.an enthusiastic western go not even his closest friends clear to .the.. Democrat managed to get Bryan and know. He has made arrangements choice beoomos peojile .of .the United States there Clark to. attend a Juncheon and shake with thjjiowner of a summer hotel In CIT.V (TICKET. vl4I be ;wi iendof the present sep-- Jl hands here, and the event was cele- - Coojierstown to reojcn tho building For Mayor C. O. Hunter. .an- -' brated throughout the Democratic for him and .Mrs. Sulzcr to remain acation tof the For Police. Judge Otto C. Martin. press. of .the country. as proof of the ior two or three day, and tonight J majority Into two A. Bratefcex, For CouncUraien-r- S. .Qaottftoo'wnakto brat iim Dem of friendly relations. the '.landlord thought the Impeached Joha,W. Taylor, T..H. Black, M. W--, would be leaving tomor Barnard, S. T. .Bttrnett. W. C cerate alone, while lojuher could The Speaker has now shown, howof mine canio down to the CBilyoiifit the uuinority .partj'laftd ever, that be has neither ' forgottea row. NECKUCE FOUND " office and Sonlemmer. wanted to buy Bonie stock." Sulzer, assisted by no oral men, restore in the national nor forgiven Bryan's assault on hdm " '1 want veruuiout. Portsmouth. (O.J Bv.'ade. in the .Baltimore convention last was busy jxacking personal (belongings IN HER CORSET investment,' something that k a good . she told me. 'a stock Anyway tks.sllt.filaris would carry year. Mr. Clark has just delivered 'a at the executive mansion. He refus that pa a a 7 per cent dividend How thevFarmer "Gets ft". fewer genae.Into ithcchouse. most stinging criticism of Bryan's ed to be intervlewd. and ono that will alwU)s pay On .the very day that the Senate course .In neglecting' his State DeAll of Sulzer's property from the It.' New York .refuses, to admire Ch&s. adopted Jive "Well. I told her 1 thought conference .report, .and. partment duties to travel around the executive chamber was anljiped to a Social Leader Searched by Cusm Murphy more became Jt admires so was ngood.buy, and thereby clinched the enactment joT country on the Chautauqua circuit. storehouse in Now Yrk. Several of thatl Uiought Sulzerleas. it would always be able to uav Its 7 the .Under, Taritf, .an- The Speaker was invited to apeak at Sulzer'-- .personal friends today toms Officers and SurKT cent. The market was 102 and .the opinion that he Boon The Panama canal has withstood nouncement, was .made of plans .fer the annual meeting of the Upper Miss"ho bought 100 Bhares. giving prise Sprung. uld go n .the lecture jflatform. 'two earthquakes .and .a visit from largo imporattions of products --at issippi Improvement Association at me her jirlnes which .show manner Hannibal, Missouri. In declining the check for 110,200. She went away the uncle Joe Cannon. and in a week or so tho stock rose manner .in which the farmers of .the Invitation on the ground that Ills duJtotice Stock Law Election about Let us not .forgot ;tLat Gov. Sulaar United .States have been robbed iof ties as speaker required him to stay Boston, Oct. 20. A chamois .bag 12 j. CommQawealth of Kentucky, Ohio tie a product of Tammany and that Protection. Jn the .New York Journ- In Washington h'e'sald: "It seems to County Court, Rcgdlar term, Octb-be- r containing a valunblo iearl necklace "A few da) s later she mnia t , iDemocracy must stand, for iboth. al f Commerce we .are told of .ar- me to Jx, '.dl&hbneet for persons to C, 1913. Hon. R, 12. Wedding, and soveral unset lKarls, according to office. Ibut tiie market had had" one ma T,houghlhe-.Eanacustoms officials, was yesterday found of those healthy reactions and her Canal is 'prac- rangements .perfected for Jarge ship- receive aioney .from the government J. O. C. C. .presiding. tically completed, the squabble over ments perfected for .large shipments for performing their official .duties CarJ M. TayJor, et al fastened under tho corset ot Mrs. stock was selling for 95. .May Van Allen Thompson, of "'J think I'll Sei Iny Btock(. a,,,, freight rates will not be bo cisiiy of bran from Argentine at $2.50 per and then leave their giost of duty vs. Judgment, order, Ac ton below .current market quotations. to make money on the lecture plat- Stock Law JJIectlon. Prentins and Newport, when ehe was aU. 'I don't like. Uio looks of this flnkbed. Pre of wheat, aad form." " Bran Is a searched at the orders of tho customs market.' , cunei, No. 20. r l.lke most Xurmecs Mho are busy cheaper bran .means, oC course, cheap " '1 wild it for her lnsjiectors upon her arrival on the language, ia foci, P.. X tBrown, et al., The Speaker ami im.i c .fixing their fences, ye .fear .Gov. er wheat. Also, of a cargo of Argen fits not only .Secretary Bryan, but Anbac from Llveriioo'V iJBiiier mako a check for 19,500. rs. Judgment, order, &c 'tll( put off his roasl worlilng too tine corn en route to be sJd at one .Mrs. Thompson, granddaughter some of the Speaker's colleagues in Stock Iiw. Election, North Itock- of i glided It to her she nearly fat .Hhi late in the season. cent a bushel below the price for the House iis well. Instant applica"'Why I gmo Joli iy ci,eck tho late William Astor and a daughiport No. 8. atert. . you "re only gMiig The United StifeirinTroJuTof educa- American corn. .Also, of a big busi tion of it if made, of course, to the In pursuance with tho judgments ter of James J. Van Allen, was for $10 !w00,' Hhe cried. tion is planning to educate girls into ness in Canadian oats, of .which 1,600, case of Brrtan. It Is the severest and orders entered of record in each searched after a cliamoia bag, con.lie hack "I explained to her tho efficient wives aad .housekeepers. Look 000 buabclB aro jxow In bond, to be criticism of the Secretary of State of the abovo stj-leactions, notice taining soveral thousand dolurs' .out for a protect from the sutfra- - released for ddllvfiry after the reduc- that has yet been made. No one else Is hereby given that a poll will bo worth of jewels was found on her sold It after It had declin ,t flitb iuui " 'Hut you told mo 1 ed Tariff goes Into effect, and to be has thus publicly used the word "dis opened in the Prentlcs Voting Pre-cin- maid, Miss Conners, the government, ettes' league. .ed, put on tho matkot $150 per carload honest" In commenting on .Mr. Bryhock that would aud the North lloekport Vot- officials declare. ne" an biijlngf The Hartford Iltrald wents to Jook cheaper than present prices. sho Insisted. The twenty-fli- o an's course. ing Precinct on Tuesday, November trunks lKdongliij-t&t the boolia In order lo find out fer feb down.' In the New York Commercial of "Try as I would I .Mrs. Thompson, which worn cni. Purther need for .a Democratic' the 1th. A. 1)., VJU, to take tho About Ohio county's finances. We October 3 it Is sUted thai in anwaa shown 'in the House sense of the legal'jr qualified voters ed upon her arrival, were opened Sat- - ,,or "'"lerstund I could not make .recommend that tie iiexuld editor ticipation of tho free entry of eggs waen uepreseniauves muerwoou ana 'on tuo question "Whether or not urday and all dutlalVo articles which stock would alwa) call on .Mr. John T. Moore, comity and the reduction of duty oo butter Hobson scored each aad told her tho . they contained were others record in raised .by dividend, and t iVs 7 per cm-treasurer, Jn cliargo of the books, and In the now Tariff liw, speculators coiuiectlon with Hielr candidacy for they are In favor of making It un- - experts. Mrs. Thompson nad sought eonipllcatlon 1 j lawful to permit cattle and uny spe- .wiio is a gfod Democrat, ami wo are In these products, according to mem j au'e nny furtlie'' iruui akujujiiu. jn iuu cies Uiereof to run at Jarge on tho to have her personal property passed uiadj) out for iue .confident wj take pleasiitw In hal another check bers of the trade In Now York, have course of a three hour discussion nubile highways or unlnclosetl wo havo nov lands on tho ground that she wus a resiUt 'since then the ;ooks. 410.U00. bought freely In Denmark, Siberia each nfan succeeded Jn producing sev- - j within tho ji'reclncts tmdo In oui abovo named," dent of England. on aallowed "u woman i" tr Tho customs officials refused to HtTe isSplialTer7:iaTk,s-pLnlof and the Argcutlno Republic. It is eral admirable arguments against the. a8 prayed for in each or tho oftiea;,v do this when It found that ..Mrs. Inst of the other to tho Senate, tlons herein filed. Secretary Brjrui, notwltlistandlng It said that purchases and hlpnicnU Irom Siberia cover a to- Between them they cleared a very 1. Ser was reported a reconciliation Ju.fl 1'jeo Given under my hand as Clerk Thompson's husband, to whom sho rurtintvc tn RJrirWff. tal of 100,000 cafks, each contulnlug enticing jiath for u third candidate. effected. of tho Court aforesaid, this tho Oth was married Jn London a few months tho otf ,Ied bids will' be 'received at 100 pounds. There aro soma i.OOO bos ago wns a registered voter of Now Ohio Charles F.. Murphy made William day of October, A. D., 1913. "I any no nml of criticism of ,co of the County Ctork, of o'clo York Stato. other people In like Cases, but it ea of butter now in transit from the Sizer governor of Now York. The I3t2. W. S. T1NSLKY, Count y( KehluckJ', until i Hlvor Hate, Argentina, ami several people of tbe state agreed. Sulzer was Search of Mrs. Thomivson's maid the Jioeme to mq to .bo dishonest tor .a Clerk Ohio County Court. tk noon NoVcmber 1, '1013. jKireon to reoolfr money from tlho hundred packages aro reported In not honest, but Murphy didn't care. was ordered only after tho njstr8 bi ' conduction of abutnicnts umb iomo folks have a childish faith had endeavored to securn fi government for perforlng Ills official transit from Denmark. Tho Commor- - and tho people didn't know. Murphy .. f that removing the Tariff will givo us isuge for her idge uiirusa Tldugh river at Combs' was .Murphy and ii that Murphybim duties and then Jcao his post to clal udds trunks. The inspectors ,erry. Plans and sieclflcatlons for "Tho free entry of egga Is llkoly and Tammany Hall stand for. Sulzer sugar at about three cents per pound. were startled when make money on tho lecture platthe U to cause shippers on the other aide knew that and didn't care. But the Wh6n whloli may boeenlat tho abovo ofU"t form." nZ of "" " sugar factories aro destroyed, then Ja Belgium and Germany to try our people did care. Sulzer thought ho Miss The Iliiftford" Heraftf is'ery anx- iiiarnviu uuniig ifo winter" kmisoii saw tho sugar trust will charge us pre was Conners dress. A consulta 2. Aa bids must be on the regular I a cahnco to adiance himself at cisely then hold, and It was de " ious to look at tho UooUh, bocuuso it iueso murkcta are lightly fctockod and Murphy's expense. what 'It pleases for sugar. Aro to rorm furnished 'by Ihe County, sealed So he kicked ; search Mrs. Tliomjwou. ilon you Innocent enough to believe that tay the IndeWedness of Ohio coun- uio product snows no profit at tho ami plainly marked. ided ty Is Increasing, and lor that reason moment. Next season there is bound Murphy in the face aud .tho crowd tho price will be three cents a Tho find, It Is said, was f a. Tho County reserves tho rlgW appi lauded. Then Murphy set out lo tlio Investigation made the Demorratlc party should bo put to be a big Importation." pound? Colfax (la.) Clipper. to reject "any of all bids. customs official h ns to tear Sulzer down. Now he has suc4 result In power in tho county. Well, tho So the American former "gets it" I. Tenders will be received on uiv Thompson always used t' court of Impeachment by tho I Astray Notice. State debt is Increasing at the great- from til directions. Every country ceeded. Tho . following items: Boston Instead of New that ho ordered has convicted Sulzwhy Mrs. est rate in the history of Kentucky, on earth Is inWted to come Into his er Taken up as an eatray, one hog going to The construction of a steel bridge and removed him from tho govand coming frc ao iort of if SUite papers are to bo believed. own markot and undersell him. What ernorship. year old. Owner can have about a consisting of ono 130 foot span and two 'York wheil Wonder If tho Herald bolleves the will ho do ubout It, oxcept to wait hog by Identifying and paying 30 foot'opproachos across Bough river When A Worn.' But It Is tho people of Now York said ,m Europe, v Democrats ought to bo turned out ut for November, 19H, at the congres-Bloiim- '. upkeep and this notice. for at Combs' Korry, with necessary itewho have been proven guilty. "Women traders! Frankfort and the Republicans placed W. G. BOSAVELL, elections, and for November, rate abutments or tubler piers as prominent broker, ' , The poople of Now York had their in Says. In power for tliat reason? Tho fact lyiC, at tho . Presidential It. 2, Hartford, Ky. Ht3. election? opportunity last fall to elect as gov abovo his head. " exclaimed a thu commJtteo may detonnlne. that the indebtedness has increased Then will come tho onnortunitv THOS. H. BENTO., f ernor a man of proven Integrity, abTho Democratic House made no I'll tell you why hrowliiK his lm'ndb is not always to bu taken against feeven jiilllon Anu-rltuLESLIE COMBS, farmers to ility and Inuependanco. Oscar Straus fight against free wool. In November Ho walked o "Never again, And those J upower, If wo are goUliif; register their verdict on Fron.Trmtn J. C. JACKSON, year the people will take the glanced at ,tr would have given an administration of next value received therefor. Tho ues- - Tariff inakjug and e Committee l'4t3. luriff reflecting honor, and not dishonor,, shears and produce a now House. then resutnec ver to the ticker atd tjQB bus there, .been any uiusq makers t XI on Jh state. But' tJic, peqplo of Now Berkeley Springs (V. Vn.) Post. "About Yea tho DemocraticTTarUf hill will ,u tape a moment and work, don't fear it wl i work the ver AD years ago a lady friend inlschle'.PlttfiburBU Gazette Times- Herald owta it to the people to nrtordlDR to lw at th PoMofllw lKint It out. Let us have Uio nuincs Itntcrr-UMTord, Kj., an mall matter ot the Mtond of the Individual officers thus Riillty, cIam, Instead of making a goneral onslaught, which dots not iniean any C. M. BARNETT, Editor & Proprietor thing, especially when put forth two weeks before the election may bo Address all communications 10 taken with a grain of allowance by Jtae average voter. 3ae Hartford Republican. In another column of tills paper NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS iill' liti fnnml flirt mlflroaa fll.llvomil h fintcrltHr drplrlnK th pHjr cit to n titw ..,..th.ni.i.rit..inmAiintffi.iConin)oiivc.i!th Attorney, Ben D. -a Illngo, before the Ohio county grand rjopollcltfil nifiiiucrlpt will not be rftnrnfd Jury Tuesday morning. Mr. Kln-golMwncriimpiinlHllj.v ifwtKf. the right position uin Ibis takes will rpctlfe do Annoy mots communication question, as ho Is usually right uon ntuctlcti. almost all questions, besides being a little off politically, and he has the . commendation of tills paper and Koufh whatever Influence It can glo to Jwcl him up In his efforts to (Hit an end FltlDAV, OCTOUEH 24. lo buying and seel'lng votes In Ohio county. We believe Mr. Rlngo honest-Intends to enforce the law these lines, and those who are engaged In tills nefarious work may as well get ready to meet the ivroAecu-tlo- n which our able Comniomvftnlth's Attorney lias promised. There wis some disappointment he did not Instruct the grand jury with inference to some jsist elections in Ohio county, imt no doubt lie intended that thLs grand jury should .look Into these matters as It of course, could not liavc Jurisdiction towir the November election. of the funds of the county? lifts any one been guilty of graft? If bo, tlio HARMONIZER York Ignored that oporlifn!ty chose tho agant of Murphy. Miimiliv nml nnA I IS NEEDED T lmvn now been brought home to New York ln Tntninvloni By President Wilson Washington. at Speaker Clark Criticises Eryan for Delivering Chautauqa Lectures. Washington, D. C, Ort. IS. Tiere Is hopo at last for the charwomen of the national capltol and the page boys of the senate and the .house. In tho course of another ck or ten da Uiey may receive tho wages which DeUHicratlc Incoiu potency has withheld from thorn slnco iaxt spring. The deficiency Mil which will pay three lwiys their $2.50 a day and tlx)e ioor women their $20.00 a mouth lias been sent to the President tor his signature. After all thus' months, the democrats .have at last fount time to interrupt the fascluat-in- g game of politics liiey havo been playing In Congress long enough to .put 'through the measure pa lng those humblest ot the government's "employees for services .rendered fine or Hlvr .13 V alg o y 2-- n fashion whlcii no decent man can fall to understand. Nor can any hon est citizen oi iiiai sinie uui i understand that between Murphy and his machine and llnrnea and his there Is ho shadow of differ-eiuTho two bosses and their gangs are actuated by the same motives, halo precisely the tame imrpcses, hold exactly the Mine cynlrnl lows of the powers and privileges of office, represent the saino sinister forces of Invisible government. No candidate who owes his nomination to eltlivr boss can be honestly Independent In office. The SuUer case settles that once for all. Tlicro Is no hope for the people of New York in turning from Murphy to Banuw. That Is inertly to turn from one sink of corruption to another equally foul. Ttoo one hope In New' York lies In the utter niinlhi'nticn of both machines. The capacity of the pcoplo of 4'Jilnes. The capacity of the people wf Now York to govern themselves "is fa'-'- y challenged. um-chl- ro e. , I DRESS GOODS! r ' , Our selection of Silk, Wool, Linen and Cotton Piece Goods for Dresses, Skirts and Waists is ( everything that a purchaser could desire. Every new fabric and color is represented in our showings. t Notice. Buttons and Trimmings in endless variety (o match the piece goods. "Hi-avri- Special service offered in the selection of patterns and style of making your garments. We will help you plan your dresses cording to the best and most coming style. This service and this big stock is all for your satisfaction and benefit. L P. BARNES &BR0. i -- BEAVER DAM, KY. .antl-Democra- s, iCSov-erna- Wii-Mla- so-an- wood-Simmo- s -- ft" New-Yor- ry t, ;r.a' ot o luir-monl- ly wna-iurauii- 1 poti-electl- fr V10" X th-o- . Freo-Trad- ce L Why, of Course! The newest and latest W. W. Loyd, route 2, was a pleasant caller at office, Monday. Mr. Nnr-row- B, this MOTHER FINDS 3- - the sick list for quite v. while Is slowly Improving. things in COAT SUITS Mrs. Wayne Boswell, Olaton, R. U. 1, was the guest of her parents, and CLOAKS are what Officers and Crew of LaTourairu Mr. and Mrs. Buck Mitchell a few' dava Ijast week. For Sale Saw mill outfit complete, you want. Now Receive Medals from Mr. G. B. Brown has rented Mr. planer, brick and tIJo machine. Rea R. Clark's farm near Sunnydale and Hart sonable, terms. BEAN 1S10S folks who care usually France. is expecting to move between this 12tC ford, Ky. and Christmas. .Mr. Brown and family .1WSI.BV know where to find these wW be greatly missed ns they have Mr. R0II.1 Keown, circuit court cterk of Butler county, and Mr. J'tt in our midst cuaf- for severed Tells' a man that ho imwe New York, October 19. Tho ar- been NEW THINGS. COME TO , Hlnes, Of Morgantovvn, were In Ho.yt- - rival today of eleven women saved years. ful in 'feedliTf? his stock. If" he iraBt ot ford Saturday. ti? SJt tho best results.. Bt ft U from the burning Volturno by the US. Every week adds a Moving plctuie shows and Illus- Always wi easy to- got tlui T'ttA freighter Rappahannock was the sigSid. Landon. th frWi'ractcr artist, I under direction "of ttio Hartford Col- - nal for tho wl idcst sceno of Joy und trated songs ftt Dr. Bean's oppro. kind of fecdr anv few of the novelA FEliD SPECIALIST ' thanksgiving witnessed hIiico the house every Friday and SftUtftlav h'Kq Lyceum bureau, wl'.l be at the on'!y ltiow just vivX in houo Friday evening October rescuolng fleet began to bring wo- Sights. ?ev songs and new jitetures, and not Ready-to-We- ar ties to our stock ought Ui have, bus hunt wttil the,' cargoes of survivors. The 25. ThM l his second time In Hart and' a fine evening's pnttVtalnment 1 find it. ford, Which shows his popularity as men were transferred at Halifax from At your; service, sir. the Rappahannock to, the Jlner Flor-Ue- l, for 10c. Department, so if an tjntcrtnlner. which docked In Brook' I n. .Miss Anna I'atton and Mrt. Arthur you are xealiy interestTen ot them were young girls. The .Notice in Bankruptcy. Petty aro doing the eohrt reporting eleventh wa3 Mrs. Pela Polacli, and In tho District ourt of the United The. Produce rAwBhantweek, having ed, you had Save In circuit courtin thl absence of Mr. the, sceno at the dok w ftho met her the been appointed KEWTUCK?V three children, whom suii luul given Kcntucky, owensboro Division, in HP.RTFORD, Miirvlu Miller, tho oKlclal reporter, mi ior iusi uruuM" uxirs j uiu ejes tinvti aftd money "by toin-m- g h,ankruptc who could not a'Ucnd on uocoiin.t of 01 iiifl iiiiiiiigrani oincers. In the matter of Alonzo S. Keown, Mrs. P0II00U, ;vas tho ,l(ast woman a Bankrupt. direct to 'o&r store, Illness of his wife. Next Saturday night, October 2.', to lcavo tb, Volturno. She was lowOn this lGth day of October, A. 7 the diAitictcr artist, ered Into Vir,u of tho Rappahannock's 1913, on considering the petltlor 0f where you wfti not only Mr. Sid Uiat her children the aforesaid bankrupt for discr w!J npiKhr at college hall at the f Irtt uoatat n McCall Palter- - At tho )est line of number in the Ifciftiord College Hy- alrffnty vverq there. When ship boat filed on the 10th day of OotoJC'r a. find the and D., 1913, Is Is ordered by t' 5543, Waist iut Vff from the blazing ceuuj course. Mix. Landon Is matchr ae court Price, 15 tc found the little ones who heard Un Und Readv-fo-We- ar m "cb. earments less In tys Xstii testifythoao his morltfli sh behind, that became hterlcalwere that a hearing be had upoiv tno game Bho and on the 22nd day of Xovem' lrft to r A. D., but ho'.4& brim full of fine 'Dress Goods, Silks, hima here Entertainer. tho iboat's crew had all they could do 1913 before said court an great ftt Federal to keep her from jumping overboard. jjy m A residence belonging to Mr. D.fi. Sho remained Jn a hsterlcal condi- Court Hail at Loulsvulo opI (iismot at 10 ociock. ir l the forenoon, occupied by McCall carried in Rhoads at Rockiort, . Mater&fc, etc. tion during all the journey to Now Mr. Elijah Williams, city marshal at vYprk Here, for tho first time, she or as near thereto as ,)raotlcabic, and that notice thereof r Q0 1)U0u8hcd Ono 5ytK&v "Painsta-kinburned between ten 'salesladies to give you that place, 'Was learned that the chlldrein had been time In Hartford R 0pUUilcan, a news and twelve o'clock Tueoday night. of tho boats., from d alstrict, and. to the making, e,'cc Dont Origin of tho fire unknown. Mr. Wil- saved by one They met her nt the paper pnnteu in formation the that all known predltor8 Kroonland. an1 otbr liams lost almost a71 '6t his house- dock with their father, an East Side WHENEVER hold and kitchen goon's. It is not merchant. The ten girls were taken persons In lnf xr(J9t may api)0ar ahthis, and !remember saw time ana place and Bnow use, known If there Vas 'Insurance on t3ie care of by the Jewish Immigrant So; if any they ' ,, whv i,- - Maverrof house. ciety. v said petltlf ner6hould not be granted. Lyceum College The Hartford Tho Vol'turno .was still afloat and WlTNrss the Honorabie watte r SaytSomething Worth Whilr-Course will open here on Friday on fire on October 14, five days afth9 Lan-do- n, Judge of sala Cour night Oct, 2r, with Mr. Sidney out in her forward er flames broko SAV Mr. compartments, according to officers lereof. at Owensboro, Kentucky, 7 the famous character artist. In is day w district, on the nixteenth Landon s 'f Kling a return engagemen of the steamer St. Louis, which ar- o viZ3Gi Bakery. Borfr Jotober. A. D., 1813. In Hartford, and last year his audi- rived today. The St. Louis passed A. G. RONALD, Clerk. ence tv'as more than satisfied with five miles north of what was left of M. E. DUNN, Deputy Ckrk. his entertainment. He will no doubt the Volturno flate Tuesday afternoon. -- v FOR ME?r have a tremendous crowd to hear The burning vessel had drifted abouf Tr7e Quanta Will Brine and see his work this year. Agricultural Extension. forty miles from the spot where !Rev. B. W. Napier, now pastor of first caught fire. STARTING AN APPLE ORCHARD; AfeasahVSmnVR. tho M. E. Church, South, at ithls f The site for an orchard should not I place, preached at the court house TOURAINE CREW GETS MB' DALS be 'low or level but it should bo last Sunday morning and evening. At Havre, October 18. The ' of,,PPJ located on land that Is somewhat roll the morning service he was heard by andcrew of tho French ll .A ing so as to provide good air drain1S5P-- " a large audience, and the people werO ainej&Q took part In he rescue of age. Care must be taken not to plant iiAUTFORD Prof. Jack Bratoter, of 'Morgan-tow- n, thoroughly pheascd by his sermon. the passengers of the VoT fllpno re the trees on too steep a hillside, bewaa In Hartford, Wednesday. W. C. Schlemmer, TfojfC The evening service was not so well decorated, with medals y tne cause of the difficulties tin spraying, Mr. U. S. Fought, posbnaster at attended .because of rain, hut the rejica uoveru.u. y de. tilling and JharjbatiBg( Brtoad, fiat the HARTFORD. FRIDAY., "OCTOBER 24. Wednes sermon waa as good as In the morn pertinent of the vesar Centcrtown, was la JIartfe-rd- , fof Nw york bottom lands above a river are 'often of ing. Gold medals day. xlrst cla88 good, because the river "draws" the tne . went to Second, CaptaIn frost .ad the. land is Very easily School Taxes. Izen c IjeDaron ttroad Time Table .Mrs. Elvira 'iHlltfr,' of "Goshen, 'was E Lieutenant H. H. k . Roy. worked. WMfiW- the guest of Mrs. JenalevMUler this School taxes' for Hartford White er and .Mate C outre GoM medaTW of The question of exposure is of Ky. week. Graded Common School District No. the sewnd f jlaS8 or sUver medala prime importance in the' planting of 1 Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Lee'.Sinmerman 1, are now due. If not paid before went to x,r ' N. tl&it card effective Monday seamen and trees. In general, northern or east L. returned homo last .Wednesday from Nov. 1, 1913, a penalty of G per stokers. Aug. 21st. em slopes are more ferule tnan --Nashville. cent will be added. southern or western Blopcs. A north Wo. llJNbrth Bound due 7:19 a. m. Hartford School Board. ' IBaUy except Sunday. ern or eastern slope Is to Tie" preferred old son of Mr. Steven The ... ..rr T. H. BLACK, Collector. 14U. . in this reglonbecause such exposure 1:15 p. m. VIck, of Rockport. 'died of dlptherla, No. 114' North Bound due aids la holding iback the buds in the ' CENTERTOWN. Tuesday night. dally except Sunday. spring when there is danger of OiieSaw Mi!Tr Moving picture shows every Fri :ijo.;115 South Bound due 8:45 a, m. Oct. 23. Miss Gladys Moddox, who damage by freezing. Where early ripBeans day and Saturday nights, at Dr. Planer, Bandbaw, dally except Sunday. ery sick for several weeks ening fruits are wanted ' It is prob-apl- y opera Tiouse. New songs and new has been :46 p. m. typhoid fever Is much better. .er." Also Brick asd Tit of j, "Wo. 113 South Bound due better to plant on land where a pictures. Admission 10c. 51 rs. J. B. Swain Is convalescenty southern exposure. If the,re happens daily except Sunday. 'Mrjchine. All khltte Mr. D. W. Graham, of Albion, IU, Mr. John St. Clair has moved ot be a river flowing close byr ad ,ltn H. E. MISCHKB, Agt. a Materia?.. who Is visiting his nlcoo, Mrs. C. E. family to town. They are occur iyIng vantage Bhould be taken of the elope Morrison, was a visitor at this of- - tho E. S. McMillan property. regardless of the way the facing It "Paints, Oils, Ete. W5H yesterday afternoon. Mrs. SalMo Moorman, of M''00rman land lies, unless it Is altogether too Mr. L. A. Kimmel, of Ceralvo, was ffco sail on reasonable- steep. The river will serve towa?d among our callers Saturday. jr and Mr8i c. W. Bean and Ky visited F. y. nencnor aml fam. ? Call on or address off the frost. Margaret Elizabeth, lly last week. Rev E. B. English returned home 'daughter, Miss Mr. A. M. Ashby and JIr8 jennle Apples thrive on a great variety vlslUng ar of Sulphur Springs, Tuesday from Preaohefsvnie. Balls of this place, werf 4 niarrled last of soils but In general they seem to 7 Malln, of Owens- - 'relatives In EvanavU. Ind. . Sunday evening at th4 homo 0f tho AUorney Frank do best on well drained clay loam. Virgil Elgin bride, Rev, A. Roy .. MUSIC LESSONS-- Mrs .Mnndiv. Any land that will grow good crops ster officiating. ' . ' ftt The I. ..111 B" ..,,,.,!,. oginnn nt tlin. home ot They have tho bes',, . ' ..1... """"' of corn or Irish potatoes Is considerwishes of their .. Old newspapers for Hni "" 1UH,""' ntlll many friends. ,veow" uu fnimnilnt a " Kyv i',r8, u' ed fit for an orchard provided tho Republican office. BIk bundle lor a FrWaya. t2. Terms J3.00 porjnonth. i.Mr. Thco. Miu an(i wifo of Mntnn- 1atf. location is such that the laud will nickel. drain readily. Trees cannot thrive Savo your laundry for Fred May, ras, ispent las. Tuesday night with R. A. DAVIS, Mr. Leo Mason, 'of Centertowii. worn solf or where an agent for the famous Fearl Laundry, W 'C, Kverlv and family here. Socialist nominee for county coyt In thin, badly was a pleasant callera t thts'offlcfc l Mr. W. r Bean lias moved from clerk who says that hq will run tne Impervious subsoil Is near the sur- tie work In building up a olllvUl of Evnnsvllle. Laundry called for nna yesterday. .. .in. . repaid In a short tluie face. Such a soil Is likely to hold too iiv nt llnrnos' Restau- - town to hAa farm. oHJco for $1,800. a year and turn or druggist ror WANTED-Doc- tor 13t4. moisture, thereby causing Mcssrsv. f. M. Allen and J. W. Con-d- lt the remainder ot the Before locating an orchard, rant, Main street. Strk's Income much to bo stunted Und weakly. Iftho morclal purposes It Is well tofbrcxsn established locution. Address It gofaAcJ trees ha.To moved to Simmons, Ky., back to county. '. 1W2. the Th0 HtijD child of Mr. niul Mrs. where ti.t. office. Is necessary to plant an orchard In a a community where apples. aurf Mr. Allen has a contract to do Creek, was burhrt Mrs. Lei Wcint,f FraBWOrt,,'ra Arch Foster, of No being grown couimerclallj- soil that holds too much moisture, sonre work for tho Coal Co. Pay Your Taxes. .mi-s- t of Mr. and Mrs. M. T. ,at Mt. Hermon, weuncsuuy luwra.. th the markets In such a provision should be hiade for artifiJ.lr. W. S. Tucker and wlfo of Livla The little ono hud been sick for on- ViBitod W. C. Knott Likens, thU week. and family from Taxes for the year 1913 are now cial drainage before tho trees aro aro already well established. Tht trouble. lya fow dais, with a throat due and we are ready to receive plan tod. Tile Is the most satisfactory factl that there are no orchards; fa au Saturday 'till Monday. Air. and Mrs. Fought, or Vincennes. Mrs. guosta of Mr.-anMr. J. M. Rogers, Cromwell, wul M. Bennett, has moved same. Owing to a new law passed form of drainage to Install, even If region should not prevent one. fftusu Mrs. T. Ind., are tho Mr. Hosea Shown, route 5, Hartford, from town to a farm near "Walton's during the last Legislature, 'relative the Initial cost is a little high. Brush going into the fruit growing M. A. Faught, city. to preparing tho receipts, nil taxes und stono drains aro unsatisfactory provided lip has the proper coadt cali'lere at tills office, YWed Creek church. ' Mm. J. W. Robertsdn haa returned were WednesMisses Irene Davis and Rcua Ttch-en- will have to be paid 'at tho office. So becauso they have to bo taken up aud ttons. For an orchard to b euccaaa-f- ul visit "with friends InOwens-bor- o were caUere at this fofloe from a day. it should bo located' where ttens attended James and Tlchenor please call and pay your taxes at replaced too oftQJl In order to keep aud LoulsvllJe. your earliest convenience. Is a good local market or whore tat? them In good working coudltlon. pTy youto'seo our now lino Born to tho .wlfo of Prof. Ozna nuptial at Pt. Pleasant last Sunday 2tf. It will T. .H. BLAGK, facilities are Soil containing abundant plant food transudation evening. They report a pheasant time. nf Riour and got prices at R. L. Shultz, route 1, Beaver Dam, ThursSheriff Ohio County. should bo selected for the orchard Plant as close to a rullroad as. jet Is on the sick Mrs. O. B. Bosket 14t4.l day morning, Oct. 1C, a fine boy. OO.. Hartford. Ky. nRvwu ir so us to insure a hardy vigorous slble so as to avoid long hauls aeiN takes this as a good list. When In Hartford call at our now Pror. Shults DUNDEE. growth from the very start. It is poor danger of bruising tho Trult befor St Messrs. Frank Wiggins and Mr. omen Ju his raco for school Grocery and Food Store. Oct. 21. The people of this com- practice to crop land for several readies the market. There ure Glsh, of Lynn City, Ky wero In -H. L. DEVER & CO., munity wero very glad to see the years, thereby exhausting the soil of fine fruit locations to bo found m town Tuesday on business, Hartford, Ky. Mr. C. O. Hunter, deputy county Ht4. Mr. L. II. James and Mifis Malllssa rain which has Uoen falling recently. the plant food, and. then plant It to Kentucky, close to good market aiai 3, Hart- clerk, "was In Louisville tills ,weok to were Mr. "James Ashley, route Mrs. Artlo Hall and HUle daughter, fruit trees expecting them to caro within easy hauling distance of tbw Tlchenor, of Point Pleasant, ford, 'paid our office a pleasant call reprcbent Hartford Masonic lodge, married at tho residence of Rev. L. Eunice, of Fort Monroo, Vu., who has for thomeolvos. Kentucky has many railroads. The land lu mauy civw at tho annuii! meeting of the Grand W. Tlchenor last Sunday evening. been visiting her uncle and aunt, (Mr. orchards started lu JUBt this manner can be bought very cheap aud Wednesday morning. Saturday for Lodge of Kentucky. Mr. O. L. Ross, They aro vers popular young peoplo and Mrs. Nelson Cole for the past and In nearly every case Uiey have a little time and work it can be'suul' Miss Llz-I- o Mlr'ier left represented tho lodge In Tholr many two wooks has returned to Fords-vlll- e failed. It Is best to bogln ibulldlng vuluable for orchard purpoeetL their coiinunlty. Central City, where nhe will visit of Centertown, of that place. The Extension Department of it JliUer. oxteij congratu'latlons. Rev. to revisit her parents, Mr. and up the soil, ono or two years previfriends !r. and Mre. David ous to tho time ofplantlng.by bow Kentucky Experiment Station gfiM Mrs. Jotiny Smith. Mr. Pearl Two'ddeU, rural mall car- Tlchenor officiated. and sons, Goobel, Wrs. C. M.Crowe Mrs. Casale McDowell, Hartford R lng eome leguminous crop and turu-lu- g free assistance where pohalbla to otCl Mrs. 11. C, l.ako has ben on tho 'Vlrgilnai Cliarles, are vlulting Mrs. rier on route 7. Hartford, visited It so as to suply plenty of humus kinds of agricultural entciprlM.. I relatives at Calhoun last' Sunday and Blck list for several days but is some 1, visited her uncle, Mr. J. W. Stoven nmwa's mother, at Auburn, Ky. J. H. and family and Mre. Paris and Mlhfl aud moisture to the trees, Young better at this writing. was accowpaniou iioiue oy nis ' Mls Flora Wilson and Mr. Osoar AaiU rlorUculturisr, of growing trees domand a large amount Mr, O. L. Ross la attondlng the F. Jonnle McDowell the latter court er, Mrs. Vanover, who will spend wre married In the Kcutucky Experiment Station, Uix of nitrogen and molature In order visiting friends and rda-- . and A. M. Grand Lodge In Louis- - tho week. uie time house Monday by Judte R. R. iUl Mr. Willie Bean' has traded his to inuke- - a thrifty growth and u lit- - Ington, Ky. jvlUe this week. near here. itlv Ford and Miss Mary Rowe loft Wednesday for Owensboro whero they will visit rukUlvts and friends. Mrs. W. Mr. T. U. Barnard, cashier of the Island Deposit Bank, visited In Hartford, Wednesday. Mrs. 7.. W. Qrlffln returned homo Friday from Elkton, where she had , Family been the gmst of Mrs. U. E. Rogers. HERJMDREN Reunited in New York City. house and Jot for a farm near Mftgnn and will move In the near future. Mrs. W. S. .Cole, Horse Branch, who 1ms been the guest of hr son and daughter, Mrs. J. X. Cole nnd Jim J. v. Stevens for tho past two weeks Is now the guest of her son, Mr. W. O. Cole. Mr Will Thomas who has been on I Just Ordinary Horse Sense mtmm in hiittb X I) FINE ANIMAL- Smmmm J. t'e l: - latest I OiM-r- a rna W. E:ElArSS - better - . L ir nsnuKl JEfl I a patterns any in regard forget that - It Pays to Trade With a House Tfcat You Say Anything ' Saves You loaey. Jm&o six-year ?' UmM Martford Republican. mm j "Ufa rou, 44'.4r J iBf, Salell t: '.. VI Jfc-- . r jt Building f tern. 2: ...i m.i hr ' ' -- w - BEAN BROS. Hartford, tuo-wel- ttxr, .,.i um""'" uiJ-rea- rtks btHi or psl. sx-w- moiu-McDu- ld CAR-MOI- y, jrt ",bb' H22E77L .jPtvg county officers L. D. Tleh" lonor, President; Henry Plrtle, 3cc ! They Tapping the Plants to Gothfr the Pearl rctnry; S. K. iicnnctt, Treasurer. Serve Mny PurpoMt and Take 1 Lite Drops cf Juice. Circuit Court T. F. llirkhcnd, COINTV HOARD OF KDUCATIOM. tht Place of Hahda. Henry I.cuch, Chairman, Hartford. JuJbc; Den L." Ilingo, Attorney; W. Hound about Slilniz. as far a Elephants ure iuierestiiiK Wcnuse . . southward to lhe country of the I'. .Mldklir, Jailer; 12. U. Ihirrnss, Ky. tiiK-L-i they 1. I.. D. Tlchcnor, HftWord, R. P. Most Wonderful and Inexplicable Wide have of rurliil reelliip. mit'li it Imitations and Forgeries of the date palm, a pient deal of opium Is Clerk; K. E. Ulrklicad, Master Comiifireeiiitlun. ruiitfe R. T. Collins, Trustee. D. No. o. Works of Old Masters. prown. v er.il thousand ehests missioner; DuiibtluhM tills Is lu part due to tliu of All Our Senses. Ulaclt, Sheriff, 2. H. C, Hartford, Reynolds, Ky. ,V. T. H. nre shl(il from Shlnir. to China and Jury Fund:Deputies S. O. Kcown, jiosfcCKKloti In tlie trtinU of nil urunn 3. M. S, Patterson, Olnton, Ky. Hartford. Inrjre centers of the trade Denver Dnni: (!. P. .tones. Itnnlii C. viirliitwnthvr Hie development of which lias Itself 4. H. L. Alford. White Run, Ky. . The collecting of the Hartford: W. llosino. Court o. uicnaru I'lunimcr, inyior .Mines. of bn.Ui power. SHARP TRICKS OF THE TRADE. every sia-inLIMITS OF THE HUMAN VISION. opium Juice begins lu June. when, the ,coiitms first .Monday In Fcbnmry ; Kentucky. Very j;reiit lirnlu jiower could licit Imvu l?0W('rs having faded and the leaves 'and continues three weeks; third i been developed ns mi iiccoinpnnlineiit Ther Are Colore All About Ui That ' meiel.v of hoofs; builds, however liu Specialists Who Are Real Artists Ir. fnllCo. thu puppy beads uie leady to lie ,.Montiay in April, two wcckb; mini Showing Antique Effects Tne Split bled, :p :k ir & When the sun stands low on, Monday in October two weeks, the Eye Cannot See, a We Cannot perfect, were neressiiry or something Panel Deception and an Ingenious 'the western horizon the men with the ; , Sount" ' ""r'f' ,l, ,Wc,!,,n, Unit would serve ns a partial sub- Dietinguith Beyond the Extremet of j &.. s start their work, making one or I &. Swindling Scheme That Failed. ' 8l,,ute toT ll""athe Spectrum Red and Violet. ,' twoiticslonsiiitellcshy green skin Smith, Attorney, '.Monday In Court H.v wiitelilui; a herd of elephants any ouu:ca each In addition to u considerable mass of of the bends on the side toward the No two persons ee precisely alike j one can speeillly see the lnrjre rane of historical Information concerning nielli setting sun. liurlug the cool night 'mem,, any more than any two persons hear ,1!iL.8 to W,eu Quarterly Court Begins on the trmik u mt mu) lhe oils employed In producing 'pictorial Attorney Law precisely the same. The differences j nrpt, ,,,,. ot hours the brown, strong smelling vis- - fourth Monday lu February, Muy, ,! mi works of art. M. cous Juice oozes out and collects In August nnd November. Id these perceptions are due to the which It develops and satMles. Uur- - Technique HARTFORD, KT. of Painting" presents much pearl-likdrops on the tmrfnee of thei Court of Claims Convenes first Will prnotlce bJs wide disparities not only In the orsans K courtship the bull and cow caress profession -- in lb.lt new and Interesting matter concerning seed vessel. Tuesday In January and first Tuts- or vision ana hearing, but als-- to the one anotlier with their trunks. Kle j devices of Imitation picture faking tr.d ftJ Joining counties. ComumrcJal day ill October. llnforo tli. rUln eiln nllllnti differences In mental makeup of the phants are very curlou. and the trunks "triiquageT" ns the French art world power to S. Mox - and Criminal Practice a Specialty. sticky1. mfr?-- C crystallize Individuals. are used to test every object which rails lo. ij., ii. :...... systematic deliberate, substance dry orgathering isthelu full '...... . nre more unsolved problems as arouses their curiosity. The cow Is skillful foraery There V I). .Vn Ilnrnnnl l..llv ,. ., ,. tbe, - ,. 'V, ,! UVIIWUIt J'l'IIA A..u. i to sight than any other seiie. It U constantly fondling and mildltu: tli3 years rendered thiit have lu recent .!,-tMcppuig irooi pinoi g0I.( Hartford, Ky., R. K. D. No. 2; extra hazardous the tbe most wonderful and at the same calf with her trunk. The trunk Is ined purchase of any picture by io iiiuiii. me men tinier me opuim iienry i.cacu, Supcrliiteiidcut, Hurt-o- n a recogtime the most Inexplicable sene that j to nattier every peelcs of food and to nized master who the broad blades of their crescent ford, Dr. A. U. Riley, Coroner, d has Joined the great collecting knives, which have, for J. I.very school child Is draw water. It Is used to spurt dust majority. Tve possess. Law high' taught that we see because rays of or water over the body. It Is used lo Jt'STICKS' COl'RTS. Many of these tricks req'ulre great an upturned back about an Inch HARTFORD, KY. ! Combs, Hartford, Tuesday light reach tbe retina of the eye after test rotten and dangerous ground. It skill and knowledge to prevent the Juice from dropping off. enough, lu all As soon Mpsns. W. H. Uanu passing through the transparent cor- Is In constant ne to try the wind so securing, to ns a knife Is full It fs handed nf,lr 3,ri1, Monday lu .March, Tuesday and 0. E. enable the forgers to be- to nea, that curved surface which l In as to guard against tbe approach of come recognized the owner of the Held or bis fore- - "i.,cj; "7 .,J,olIH,ay. ,n, Julu'; Tl'8'la' SiultJi announce Uuiit Uiy luivo artists of the first nian. who stands among the Elector, direct contact with the external nlr. any foe. a isirtnri,lii!j) fcr tAo g'tiwral prac class. tbe nqueous or watery humor, and the As nue watches the great beasts the John jIe8 H(v,ku)r, Krldav i tice of law, cxciipt cnlmliKil nnd dlvor. If an old canvas can be found and u see uiai none oi i no precious uropscrystalline and vitreous humors. are .iM.ien away oy uie worKers .o intvr jrU Monday In March. Friday I om, Mr. SnilUi boli.g County Aitor- trunks continually appear in the nlr there are many thousands lu Kurope The eye Is thus made up of three above them, uncurling, twisting, feel- the production or u Titian or Correggio ... j 41l u utiir, rriuu Er.f Is luxivwutod from prnctilclni ouch. separate lenses, through which the ing each breath of air. Now and then or Veronese is easy. The the mornlnir wnrk l over the Heidi, after 3rd .Monday In SeptcmU-T- , picworthless Friday after 3rd Monday In lie- - ceieva. Mr. tturnos will lniilvWuallj'V light passes before reaching the retina, a great ear Is flapped. Now and then ture Is painted over or cleared nre deirt(Ml until the afternoon, when oh or-t- he COIliuer, aociqkt BUch practloe, OUIom When observed from outside It is plain the weight of tbe lody Is slightly n. latest fashion provided with a new InrNtmis hnvn frt ho nimlo Pimli toot all the images appear to be re- shifted from one colossal leg to an- new canvas face on which a fine for- ntfltlf la tlltlltiul l sn. illltl i large , v, ; oco. Cromwell, Wedueaday Hartford Republlcnia building, Hort-ford- , nit (lf-I'lflllt. veu- " .uuiiuii in Jinrcn. .,... versed In the eye. We see everything other. The huge beasts nre rarelv on- - gery lias been painted. K- -. -- """ I .! twitiffn si. upside down, but In some way this drelv motionless for any length of ner - 'H Z nfr ,,: .. m Varnish tinted with bitumen gives thirty grains of opIum.-Chrls- tlau rf H.x. wu .'ivtiijuj iij OC" aid. reversal Is corrected, so that things ap - time Nor are they long silent, fur nppearanee of ase; licorice Juice, tembcr, Wednesday afiei oiu Mou-lua- y A pear to ns ns they should, though this i aside from subdued snueaks or irrowls steepen in water ami lampniackashes In Demt.'r. are jumpie poini ims not yet ueen explain- ana occasional siirill calls there are lived to Imitate the dirt of time. There ! LOOKS LIKE A SEA OF ICE. ,John miics, Rockport. Friday i;i vru .Monuny ed by tbe most advanced science. queer internal rumblings. Their eyes nre specialists lu rty stains, clumsy re.March, Frcav But tbe eye ees not only Images and ire very bad. IJke the rhino, they can touching designed to emphasize age by Curious Lake of Soda In the Wilds of a,f!er ,?ra ,.Mo"lll,', ,n June- rUlixy HARTFORD, KY. light: Jt also distinguishes color. And only see as a very nearsighted man contrast, and in signatures a select ifter Jrd Monday In September, Frl- East Africa Ik one of the greatest problems sees. At n distance of plghty yards class, these latter, who call themselves here ASSOCIATED WITH M. L. HEAVRIX take Magadl. In Hrltlsh Fast Africa. with which the eye Jins to deal. The or so. when iu my dull colored hunting monugramlsts. Is famous for Its vast deposits of soda, urday after rd Monday In .March This office Is equipped for handAT?blte light of a ray of sunshine Ik dOflies. I could walk slowly toward They know the manner of each great Until recently few people hare seen its Saturday ufter Jrd .Mami.iv in Juno divided by n prism- into all of the . them c shift my posh without four painter, the way he signed Iris pictures shores, for it lies In the midst of a bar- - Saturday after 3rd Monday In Sep-re- n ling Commercial Uw and Collection. .colon Jnra red" to" violet, and It Is one' o? (TiseoveV; J'hiodo nnd wnterlefs dl?trlct. but the rail, i tembcr, Saturday after 3rd Monday Items as well as other legal and litiRoosevelt In ami the place and color used. Soine-ttme- s gated matters. Practice in all the ' oJrtb? greatest triumphs of modern Scrlbner's Mapulne. the name is cuinilngfy concealed wuy tbat was started a few vears airo,,n weccnibtr. M. C. Couk. Rcnfrnw. Tuesdnv nf. courts. Prompt and rigorous ptjcs to hard prOTfU IJwt wnn wej under a layer of dirt or paint so that by nn English company opens the way service.. rpil JVior IS nowing but the speed the buyer of this particular "old mas-fef- " for travelers to this curious natural ter 2nd (Monday in March, Tuesday M. L. Hcavrln's Office. PILGRIMS IN INDIA. after 2nd Monday in May, Tuesday srjtb which some parts of the ray of in:ljr IjHYe.'hP jileastire of discoverphenomenon. f recent visitor describes after 3rd Monday In August. Tuesing It for Llliisefr. snnsDiue smite upon tne retina. It ill tbe Luhdou Field: day after 2nd Monday in November. The Travel Packed Uj Tram. L.k. Tbe eye can perceive waves striking The, Qiitjjor givfi, tjle Humes of sevOrdinarily It look: OS if It bad frozon Thomas Sanders, Olalon, WednesSardines in a Bo It as low as red and ns high as violet. eral pointers vrJift find a ready road to and ns If show bad then fallen upon day after the second Monday In f course pilgrimhi. iSji usually nre tnnny rays both above It, partially thawed and frozen again. March, Wednesday after 2nd Monday mar.there Wealth in multiplying foreign Sd below The red nnd violet, the ex- " tLUi! Wis. JVn the best of such kets tlie Kousseaus. for Dlazs. Corols. Tjie temperature gives the lie to this In .May, Wednesday after 3rd Monday 'tcvoininodatiohs mHkes no nroyjuj foinblgfieys and Courbets and tbe like appearance of roughened Ice. for the In Aufinst, Wednesday after 2nd 'Monjfe tremes of the spectrum, as, Ohio County called. Jh iquillft fc7fc cannot Tier- - '01' i0nfi2Et- - Most of tbe carriages ukj without which no home of luxury la heat Is extreme nnd at midday almost day lb November. HARTFORD KIT. Grant Pollard. Fordsvlllc. Tuesdnv thSSeWnuse tbe leligihs of the divided into small cubicles, with Ion unbearable. Tbe soda burns the feet Wter deemed compTele. 2nd Monday in March, Thurs waveS Of the frequency with which narrow wooden benches running iiIouk Unfinished sttidtes by famous artUtb Even through a boot, and the scarp, day auer .'nu .Monuay in May, Thurs- All Matters Given Prompt Attem-tion- . PENSION AFFIDAVITS they strike upon tbe retina are too the two sides. There Is no convenience sold after death at some official vendue projecting spikes, which resemble hour day after 3rd Monday In August, any kind, and the travelers ure bear the regular sale stamp, a price- frost, will pierce auy except the thick irreat or too small for tbe human or- of inursoay alter and Monday In No- - SPECIALTY. packed Into the compartment like so less token of authenticity, wherefore est sole. After tbe rafos there Is a vemncr. gan. Yet tbey are most Important, a great Influence upon human innny sardines In a tin. the clever forger makes the dimly sug- layer of water over itis greater part of ! J. L. Patton, Ralph, Friday On festive occasions, when Hindus gested picture a finished composition. tbe lake, which Vurns u lovely pink 2nd Monday in March, Friday nfter beings. after Tbe ultra violet rays are known now Journey by the hundred thousand to uhlch tarries on Its back an indisputa- color. By tsoott'llgbt the scene Is weird- znu .Monuay in .May, Friday after 3rd the sacred spots, it Is a sight ";ih ble certificate of genuineness. Monday In August, Friday after 2nd ly beautiful. by tbelr chemical action and arc termI AM (PREPARED Still more adroit Is the trick played ed chemical rays, while the infra red traveling many miles -to see i pilgrim lire lake contains nt least 200.000.000 Monday In November. HARTFORD POLICE COURT. train bound for soim- .it-- i e on the after the Fromentin sale, where one of 'tons "off crystalllue substance. couiHsed rays are heat rays and are known as C. M. Crowe, Judge; John U. Wilt a wayside these art harpies bought the painter's 'almost equally of carbonate nnd To do any kind of Vetcrina- e uch. So It Is evident that there Is Ganges. When li inp son, City Attorney; J. P. Stevens, station scot- - l iiiirtnliiig passenger - Marshal; ry work. Horses, mules and "Arab Falcouer." painted on u wooden of soda. Surface and iindcrmnch tbat tbe eye does not or ennnot try Court convenes second Monway Into the alieadv panel. in rifl-i- t!u-laee. even with all tbe mechanical aids The panel was sawed thromjli 'ground streams of saturated soda liq day in each month. cows need not die for want of pa i Ked third class carriages b edgeways, giving the forger a geBtifne uor continually feed IL The present City Councll- -J. H. Williams, Maywhich have been provided In telescope, Calls answered attention. iiatteiiug dowu tbe locked doors or Fromentin without the sale vtnmp nnd supply of soda Is enormous, und us or; R. T. Collins. Clerk; E. P. Thorn-a- s, microscojie. etc. even endeavoring to crawl through the a black panel hearing day or niRht. x Treasurer. Members of Council the stile stamp fast as It Is removed a new surface, Wbnt really carries the message of , Robert Hoover, P. B. Taylor. J. H. Itesult. two "genuine" A nib 'Falconers, formed from tbe "mother liquid" bevision to the brain center of vision, windows over the heads and shoulder-of the occupants. The police use their sold fnr u part, with no Way ut baud to neath, replaces it. Natives have col- D. Carson, E. P. Moore, Fred Cooper, which Is at tbe back of tbe bead, Is W. J. Bean. batons freely to Veterinary Surgeon lected soda from tfle same spot year tbe optic nerve, and the fact that If away, but usually drive the Invaders disprove the imitation. School Trustees E. B. a few manage to you have a pain In the back of tbe Ky. Sometimes. It Is poiuted out. the nov- after year without making tbe slight- ton, Chairman; W. Dr. Barnes, PendleSecreH. need It is probably due to eye strain Is evade the constables and secure u foot- elty of the trick 'employed works Its est difference In tbe abundance of tbe tary; Dr. J. W. Taylor, W. S. Tlnsley hold on the train. own defeat, as In the case of a Floren- supply. Admitted by all physicians. If you feel anu j. u. uuke. Sometimes the tbat strain and headache located at the pelled to curry authorities are com- tine dealer who Void a Tare old paintRELIGIOUS SERVICES. passengers in open ing to ii French collector. He offered occiput tbe first thing to do is to conPithy Summing Up. M. E. Church, South Services sult an oculist and get the glasses trucks. They plant themselves lu the to send it to the buyer's hotel and The late Mayor (Jaynor of New York, morning and evening every first and which will correct tfte error of vision. bottom of these cars and remain there, asked him to write bis mime and ad- as all the world knows from his letters, third Sunday In each month. SunTour eyes may bo "Wrong In any num- exposed to the Inclemencies of the dress on the back of the panel lu order was a subtle critic, and nt a luncheon day school 9:45 a. m. Prayer meetclub, discussing a novel- ing every Wednesday evening. Rev. ber of ways. Klther there may be a de- weather, for ten. twenty, thirty. fort. to remove all doubt. This was dune, at fect In some one of the lenses or the bonis at a stretch, one treading on the but then the collector changed Iris ist who IihiI begun well, but hud de- Savllle, pastor. fretful babies cry mind and carried the picture off de- generated into the lowest type of "best Baptist Church Services morning nerve may liavd become weakened or toes of the nthj-ug. men and women grumbling until and evening overy second and fourth spite the dealer's protestations. tbe muscles of accommodation by seller." Mayor Caynor said: or the Journey Is leached.-Wl- de Succeed, fbeo' everything else falls. which the eye Is focused may be the end When the traveler got home he took This scribbler's whole biography Sunday in each month. Sunday school a. Woild Magazine. In and. female wrong. The Inst Is probably the comthe picture out or Its frame to clean It. could be put Into two questions and nesday in. Prayer meeting every Wedevening. Rev. English, pastor. weaknesses they are the supreme He found that he bad brought away answered thus: monest of troubles and may be easily Christian Church Services every remedy, thousands have testified. Education and Suicide. two plctuies. The first, which he had corrected If promptly taken In hand by "'How did he commence writing' fourth Sunday at 11 a. in. und 7. p. The American Practitioner declare FOR KIDNEYtLIVER AND iHJiigtit. concealed a copy, on the back " 'With a wealth of thought.' an expert. m. Sunday school U:30 a. iu. Elder W. hat suicide Increases with education of which he had signed Ills name. STOMACH TROUBLE Cross eyes are only defects of B. Wright pastor. "'And how has lie continued'-- ' mi civilization and adds; "it has been k is the best medicine evw soti Cumberland Presbyterian Church-Sun- day control, and the latest researches This was almost perfect rascality. "'With a thought of wealth.'" over a druggist's counter. school every Sunday at 9M5 point to the necessity for correcting sail! Is that the spread of the alpha . If the collector had had the picture Washington Star. net coincident with that of self uiur-ler- sent to his hotel be would have rea. m. this defect as promptly as possible The savage rarely takes liK own ceived the copy. If he bad SECRET SOCIETIES. Many parents tniike the fatal mistake protested Upsetting the Salt Cup. Ife In Italy. Itussla and Sp;iln. where Hartford I.odgo No. C75, K. of not calling lu the specialist even that It was nut the plctiuc he bought iu some parts of the world, particu- M. meets overy first Mondayand A. Is low. the night ho would luive been shown his when they notice that it n lnfinj he standard of education In Germany. It Is still believed In each month. M. L. Hen on vrln, W. fewest iitlueut of signature on the bad; ot Hie panel.ownl larly "crosses the eyes" Hut It Is In the Europe suicides while tin that the upsetting of the saltcellar Is M.; Owon Hunter, Secrctury. occur, iu France and early stages that thin trouhlo may be The Italian government prohibits tbe tlie direct act of Satan "the peace Hartford Chapter No. M O. E. S. ermiiuy, where the pisiple are inure expoitatlon of nathe best corrected: otherwise the muscles 'cilMtlve mid relllii'd works except disturber." And the habit of trylug,to meets overy second ami fourth Monwemrs shm sucaa I and where the by permission that Is art become tlxcd In their error and the dewvy li.ml to get. avert any catastrophe which may hap- day oeiiliiKB. Mlsa Anna J. Patton, SPECIALOFFEK: 'tundard of education Ik higher, the Hut tect Is permanent. the collectors and the owners of pen by tossiu(- - a little of the salt over W. M.; Jas. 11. WIIllnniH, W. B.; AtrUlwUl1 U 'Hitm&kft balU Rif.lHhm,fluAUMner. Is much Increased," ton anr Mramnant old family plctuies filial no dillU'iilty iu the shoulder Is due to tlie belief that Miss Elizabeth Miller, Secretary. Jt is nevrf too early to put glasses leiccutage F 9rirr- - Cmlleetlam ..MtYioiiM upon the child who requires them. It t.s evading this. They order copies, put by so doing one bits the invisible Satan UWJHUHHia UntltUmMITMUIMS Rough River Lodge No. Ill) Knights How the End Will Come. II lb nam TmI. t p!n4M i Ma. MM Trif seoften too late to save the child from lu the eye. which temporarily, at least, of Pythias mnetB overy Tuesday evenThe professor of natural phenomena them lu place of the originals and tr SUtJUniKCD TO 1'l.CABE. permanent Injury of the most beauti- liad acquired u gasoline cretly send the latter out of the coun- prevents his doing further mischief. ing. W. F. Anderson, C. C; J. Noy Mentha, thk Paper. Writ car. ful, most expressive mid most usefi'l Foster, K. of R. & 8. "The day is coming," he said to tils try. Is Thus a genuine old Italian musVWWWaMiNrWAWAAitfWA organ. New York World, Hartford Tent No. Oil, K. O. T. M. one of the ealust things to Their Attachment lass n few weeks later, "when the tire ter SEND 10 CENTS it: die realm of high priced art. "Do animals possess the sentiment meets every first and third Thursday will sag and punctures pierce the lu COUMM ywifM WfMiwr wiia my i( of nffectlonV asked the school teacher nights. R. T. Collins, Commander; Marks of Social Distinction. iter tube nnd the casing bllster-a- nd L. P. Foreman, Rocord Keepor. mju mi im mm Vf UJUM M MM, nilW M. of the little girl. Advertising Pays 100 Per Cent. "The Mugginses." said Sherliwtt then this old earth of ours will have a Acmo Lodge No. 33!) 1. 0. O. F. H. W. MkN, " A Kansas man lost a live dollar bill "Yetli. ma'am: almost nlwuys." "luWr".ttL i , .noliues. "are very popular ulth the blowout tbat may shake tbe dog star meets overy Frland "(olid," said the teacher, "and nnw," uay uigiiiM in secondmonth. fourth Har- wealthy classes." nnd advertised for It. In a day or two from Its kennel and burl the dipper each C. M. "How do you know?" I queried, con- to kingdom cuuie!" Cleveland Plain a man appeared In his olllce, saying turning to u little boy. "tell me what nett, Noblo (Irund; W. R. liedrlck. that be had seen the advertisement, animal has the greatest, natural fond- Secretary, fident of a brilliant answer. Dealer. Hurtful d Camp No. 202 W. O. W. and handed him the bill, in a few days ness for man." "Because there are so many grease The small boy considered carefully meets ocry second und fourth the Kansas iiinu wuh going through bis spots on the pavement In front of their Impossible. nlglitH iu iiouite," Kxe What ridiculous. Impossible "other" clothes and found the original nnd llnillly answered. "Woman." la- Bennett, Council each month. Leslie Coiniiiundcr; W. C. things these fashion plates are! Mrs. bill which he thought be hud Inst. No- dles' limine .louriml. "I don't hco the point." said I. Wallace, Clerk. twithstanding the fact that the events "You nuto," said Sherlock.-Newa- r.V Rxe know they used to be. but toLadies! ave Mny H1 Keep .SuiibIiIiki lllvu No. 12, U O. T. M., Blrds-an- d Cyclones. JCews. day many of them are engraved from in this siory may sound suspicious, tbe meets every rirst und third Friday Style by Readiag McCall' It has been stiggesttsl ilmt birds nights in each month, Mrs, Attyo ll, photographs. this one can't lesson lp obvious. Kansas City Star. Magazine and UtUig tlcCall Pattern habitually make use of Mm ms in trav- CJrlflln, Lady Cominunder; Mrs. Lulu be. Here nre two women going In opEven In That Day. eling from one part of their range to Pendleton, Lndy Record Keeper. Calm Osculation. KcCU'tHfiililll From Heu's dictionary, published In posite directions, both wltb brand new MSCAIL'S HACUIfiE Keystone Chapter No. HO, R. A. In In ui (hoi mlgowns on and neither looking back at "1 hear they nre passionately In love another. It Is pointed out that If a bird J23; My nt n loodcialo cannot find a shelter It must be more M meets overy third Sutnrdny night "Shopping Among women, c:cr.so ly kousli)ir with imiIi other." going tbo other. Boston Transcript. in each mouth. John .Monro inn poticd oil tlio about from shop to shop, buying lit tin "It might puss for passion lu lioston. comfortable on the wing than on the Priest: W. 8. Tlnsloy, T.Secretary.High l.itot fukliioni In They kls each other with their eye- ground during a storm, bisause In the AMERICAN SOCIETY OF EQUTY. article perhaps, perhaps not. but rlniic mid linn, to Parental Effort fiercest gale It files lu a moving mebiw rniliKiu Ut.t.cnt pulling about great quantities of "What nre joii worklug so hard glasses on." Washington Herald, National Officers President, Ira M. In catli 1jiip. Aho dium, like n swimmer In a Mrongl.i goods." lioston Transcript. forV J. Chryst. Hudson. Win.! V. Pm!. i.tlucbld liifiinnniloti Hawing Weekly, (.1) lit liiimu unil pir- - ' dent, S. II. Robertson, Culhoun, Ky.; "l want to provide for my boy's fuIt Must Be So. nat rulivft.' Oulr 'Secretary & Trcus., u, a. Tank, Wuii- Mrs. Kuosltiill-Wh- iit ture." replied Parmer' Pomtossel. "I do those sailI c n year lurluriiur' Cautious. No Use For One, U fr(m naii, wis. ImIIcmi. Sub.' Mrs. Peck Mr. Illgblller never taket want to lay by enough wealth so that ors menu when they speak if the dog , i ui.0 tutar or wuir I li iin. you take on your I Statu Officers Prcsldim "What ,ViVI-..-- f"i M UJj li r livo M.UIllu CUjr. bis wife out lu bis automobile. IVcU- -1 I can leave .losli this farm for n golf watch'; Mr. Knosiinll Thnt's part of European Itinerary did Council, I'rliicoton, Ky.: Vlco Presitrip?" course." Washington Star. the crew of an ocean greyhound Kim-si- s MiWI P.l'uni ,i;ii'iiM :ir(vi tonahnlti yimr guess b' doen't care to have two undent, J, II. llurney, Muhlenberg Co.; "John wouldn't let me take one at umi liimiK uiiiiy i,i i wiiliuii'li nitili(i fi r City Mar. manageable things on his hands at one )ouriiir otiit t lU'i it wiili li will iu wli( t all. You see, he's crossed the ocean Secretary & Trens., 8. B. Robertson, Iu mic t.tiii nt Education Ik all paint It does ijr i:ktu n Calhoun. Ky.; OrgunUor, T. II. ii.,.-- - .ti.i time. Huston Transcript. before, nnd he said It was foolMi to CuliU lii'tiil lor fi.i I'uiirrn ( jlultK'ue. , Hartford, Ky, alter the nature of the wood that Is I.ove. hope. fear, faith tbie niiike fill our tninlc with a lot of tlilngn we'd Vi WH CIt Vi,h rim Prrttrli l r rottlna sb. Members Statu Executive Hoard under it. It only Improves its appear-cuchumanity; these are its signs and note inltHiu.i.uiii u uu.-i..- . SYlille yon are dreaming ol the .ui . biMitir. rliio Free Frew. lever use."-Detr- oit Ben. Watson, Webster county; J. W. W-- ' pc. u rrvinliiiitiil'ii;iiwiiiH'K h I'riu Odor. (lid cliuiilcter.-ltnl.- crt Hiowiilug. v act lu the present 1 Ut MiUll W.1I Dunn, Davlesn county; Henry Plrtlr, 119 li : Yil 37Ji Su, M'J vjrjc Ohio county; E. 1, Ruy, Hardlu couu- - TRUNKS OF ELEPHANTS. MYSTERY OF SIGHT FAKED PAINTINGS. POPPY FIELDS OF PERSIA. toireotory Counts' Ohio ty! C. Ohio 0. Davenport, Warren county t.ViJ-lin- sl l'Utl n. - I .."':. ,,. .' 2 Br.tnv jl:l at Otto C. Martin ei0ts, Morcau-Vauthler- 's e It-- anil ?"'" '"? iiin-iiui.- Hurt-shape- Barnes & Attorneys at Smith r- t5tSSr .. ...! " ; i , '"',' 9,v " M-.- l... JJ i- ARTHUR D.KIRK Attorney at'Law TJTU I -. JM J. NEY FOSTER: Notary Public tt$ blcnr-'bbuat- - r i W. H. RIUBY Hnrttordr - it r 'J:-I- Electric Bitters nerVons-prostration u mils-culi- ir SEEDS' to-dt- i m h mm Sat-urd- 1 il Kxe-We- &B rtVer.-Hiirp- er'ii Hal-mai- n, iji.-iir- r fa-tur- e little.-Sluuhu- a, uiucBwua sUUMAiakUKBaMi SACRIFICES NOT BY GOD Children Cry for FUtchr's REQUIRED KSE33EJ i',? Sacrifices Under Jewish Law and Their Antilypes. Arranging for the Future. Tho llttlo girl objected, quite naturally, to wearing her oldor Ulster's outgrown clothes. One day, In protesting-whllbeing dressed with such'a garment, she exclaimed: "It's real mean, and when I get married, I'm going to have my youngest child first, so that he won't have to wear her sister's old clothea." Saturday Evening Post. By local applications, as they cannot reach tho diseased portion of the ear.. There Is only ono way to cure deafness, and that is by constitutional remedies. Deafness Is caused by nn Inflamed condition of the mucous W-A.TlUlt- wo obey Hicm, but disease follows diobedf encc. Oo straight to Nntuie for the cure, foWie forcit; there ore mysteries thttt. Home ol which wc con fathom lor you. Toko tlio bark of the tree, with mandrake root, Oregon trope root, stone root, queen's root, bloodroot golden seal root, mako a scientific, glyceric extract ol them, with just the rtate proportions, and you have Wild-cherry Nature s laws arc perfect if only JatA.'W, - oJ Doafnosa Cannot Be Cured. DOCTOR PIERCE'S GOLDEN MEDICAL DISCOVERY. It took Dr. Pierce, with the assistance of two learned chemists and pbaraw Pastor Russell's Prsachlng-rWh- y Not hns been "Pashlonabla" Why It la Doctrinal. has horno tho signature of Eating God's WordVUnrequlred and and lins been nmdo nndcr bis Undesirable Sacrifices Acceptabla B.?al suPcrvison slnco lta Infancy. ,ow no ono to deccivo you In this. Sacrifices 'The Rewards of Accepted lining of tho Eustachian Tube. When Counterfeit, Imitations and "Just-as-gooSacrifices The "Better Sacrifices." j this tubo Is Inflamed you nro but have a rum Ixpcrlmcnts tiiut trlflu with and endanger of, Washington. D. bllng sound or Imperfect hearing, and Infants and Children Experience ugalnst tho health Experiment. C. Oct 10. -- We when It Is entirely closed, Deafness report ono of Pnit-to- r Is the result, and unless the Infl.im- Uusscll's dis- matton can bo taken out and this tubo courses for today restored to Its normal condition', hearijf a harmless snbstltuto for Castor Oil, Castorla Pare from the text. ing will bo destroyed forever;' nine Boric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It bplcasant. ammmmmmmmmJt Mmmm "Sacrifices nnd of cases out of ten aro caused by Catarr contains neither Opium, Morphlno nor other Xnrcotio burnt Hubstiinco. Its ago is its guarantee. It destroys Worms WmWrnM fering andnnd of- which Is nothing but an Inflamed Jon nnd allays Feverishncss. mwmmlivmwl offerings For more than thirty years it fering for sin dltion of the mucous surfaces. lias hern In constant uso for tho relief of Constipation., aSaSV'' aSal Thou wouldst not, We will give Ono Hundred Dollars I'lntulcncy, Wind Colio, all Teething Troubles and .Diarrhoea. rcgulatos tho Stomach and Bowels. neither hadst for any case of Deafness (caused by by pleasure therein; catarrh) that cannot be cured 2;. "lU'itt8 tho Foo,l giving healthy nnd natural sleep. IfflSTQg HU5SEIQ' O.ho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. which nrc offered Hall' Catarrh Cure. Send for circuby the Law." lars free. F. J. CHENEY &CO.,To-ledUebrews 10:8. O. Before discussing his text, the PasSold by Druggists, 75c. tor answered the queries of those who Take Hall's Family Pills for con nsk why he does not prench "fashion- stipation. the Signature of ' m able" sermons digests of leading magazine articles, dissertations on scienThe "Alleged Gentleman." tific progress, public parks, better housThis quaint notice was recently ing for the oor. discourses on Intemperance, the soclnl evil, etc. His reply posted in a Cardiff club. "If the alleged gentleman who took three Is that be has n different ordination, 'a color box which reads. "The Spirit of the Lord brushes from Mr. God Is upon me; because He hath imagines they will paint poultry withanointed me to preach good tidings to out the assistance of the master hand he Is gravely mistaken and therefore the meek." The Master nnd the Apostles set the may as well return them to their In Us Years standard which he believes should be rightful owner." Pall Mall Gazette. TWC CtWTAUH COMPANY. TT MURr STMttT. NCW YORK CITY. followed. He follows their example, If you have young children you have not considering himself wise enough to Improve upon their methods. Jesus perhaps noticed that disorders of the preaching was along the simplest doc- stomach are their most common all- trinal lines, because none of His hear- ment. .To correct this you will find ers were begotten of the Holy Spirit. Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab The Divine thought Is expressed that lets excdlent. They are eas and beginners In the Christian wuy should pleasant to take, and mild and gentle "desire the sincere mills of the Word." In effect. For sale by all dealers, m y whereas advanced Christians should i feed upon strong meat. Nothing eNe Photographer's Paste. can satisfy souls hungering nnd thirstA paste which will prove permanent VAHDERBILT TRAINING SCHOOL FOR BOYS ing after righteousness. Is made of ten parts of arrowroot, one ' Unrequired and Undesirable Sacrifices. hundred parts of water, one part gel9J have conducted a preparatory school for. the m The Pastor then discussed his text. atin, ten parts alcohol. Soak the gelpast 11 years. Students trained by them have taken the follow- - p St. Paul Is quoting from the fortieth atin in the water, add the arrowroot, M ing honors at Vanderbilt University; Entrance Prize in Mathe-Psalm. Through the Prophet David. having been previously mixed with God declared' that the sacrifices of the a small quantity of water, and boll matics, English, and History in 1906; Membership in Phi Beta Law. which could never really cancel four or five minutes. When cool, add Kappa (scholarship fraternity) in 1909; Founder's Medal in sin. were not to His pleasement the alcohol and a few drops of carAcademic Department in 1910; Mathematics Prize in 1911. Good bolic acid or oil of cloves. Is here represented as .noting records in other colleges. H Christ typical sacrifices could not rethat the Sick headache Is caused by a disor move sin. but that His own body had SPECIAL OVERSIGHT, CHRISTIAN INFLUENCES. A dered stomach. Take Chamberlain's been especially prepared as a Mf safe place for young boys. and correct ithat and the to provide, the better sacrifice Tablets Boarding patronage doubled under present management. necessary to redeem Adam and his headache's will disappear. For si'.c K race. Write to Principals for cats 1 gue. by all dealers . m Further, we read of the Master's conImagination In Dreamland. secration at thirty years of age. EvA man who awake is most prosaic, erything written In the Law and In the Prophets respecting the bearing of whose mind Is commonplace, who la the penalty of Adam's sin by a Savior. utterly unable to invent a story ot Jesus pledged Himself to carry out. write a drama, will asleep have the jaiiiifffiifV POSITIONS GUARANTEED I come to tlo Thy most astonishing flights of imagina"Then said I. will. O God." tion. He imagines a story. Ho QUARANTEE vou a nositlon If vou TTTE will us nt9d many mora atuwrits 11 donts at real soon. We the enormous demandThe Pastor then showed that St peoples It with players, men, women once to supply Paul points out that the unacceptable and animals, and each one of them tor our graduates. As soon as we get the required number of students tbls offer will be withdrawn. So sacrifices were those of the Law: and even the animals at times speaks his onco for particulars. write at that when Jesus offered Himself as part as perfectly as it he actually were the nntltyplcal sacrifice. It meant the alive. taking awny of the first or typical, to put into their place the nntltyplcal. fffffksjl iHBv Almost A Miracle. "Cstter Sacrifices" Plural. One of the most .startling changes Pastor llusseli reminded his hearers ever seen In any man, according to BUSINESS COLLEGE that the Atonement Day sacrifices W. B. Holsclaw, Clarendon, Tex., was UOO. VT, SCHWARTZ 1STABUIBED ISS iiOtrrsvir.i.1!. ky. were plural, and that the Apostle years ago in his brother. speaks of "better sacrifices than effected lesson ho declared "Ha hald such a dreadful csugh," he these." This same to bp set forth elsewhere In Scripture: writes, "that all our family thought 60 YEARS' namely, that from the beginning It had ho was golii Into consumption, but EXPERIENCE been the Divine purpose, that our Lord ho began to-- use Dr. King's New DisBuckbetV "Full of Life" Northern Groaa CVdlgrwd Stcdt have a reputation of i years el should have associates, who would covery, and was completely cured by tucceulul teed growing behind them, it pays t pass through similar experiences. plant the belt. ten bottles. Now he Is sound and Seasonable Specialties: The Pastor cited ninny Scriptural well and weighs 21S pounds. For many BBANS . IjjoBuihe! proofs of this assertion. Christ Is years our family has used this wonEarliest Red Valentine . , . U-'- Bushel KeluRee IJxtra Early styled "the Captain of our salvation." derful remedy for Coughs and Cold3 . jj.70 Bushel N:rSlrltiglns Crn Pod Tradc Marks "the Bridegroom," the "High Priest WanUell's Imp. Kidney Wax ft 5 Bushel DC3IQN3 Iavla New VI! War . . J4.75 Bushel of our profession." etc. The Church with oxcellont results." It's quick, COPYRIOHTS AC. , Cynic's KUit itoo( Wax . 4j Bushel now sacrificing, safe, reliable and guaranteed. Prlee Anrnne endlnir s aketeh and description ma; are the under-prlestQuickly ascurtiiin our opinion free whuilior an PEAS preparing as He did. for the glorious 30 cents and $1.00. Trial bottle f;ee Rxtrn Early Alaska . , . fyy Bushel lurontlno H prohnbly palentalilft Cnmniunlei. HANDBOOK oal'jtenu tlontitrlctlfooiilldeuttal. New liar ly Gradus . . . . J5 50 Bushel m future work. These priests St. Peter at all drugglsU. ant (re. Duteat aponcr fumocurniirpatenia. Ilorsford's Market Carden . jj.jo Bushel 1'ntentf taien turouvh Jlunn X Co. recalT Bushel styles it Itoyul Priesthood, because lluckbee's I.lK"tnl"S Liprcss Jj.oj without charae. In tho tottuce, Ridtih. Tomato and a full line o? Ha'twltutk. they will have kingly power combined Primitive Shaving. Seeds. I'lants and Bulbs at lowest growing prices. Scicniific HiiiericaHo with priestly service. The Harput barber places arjund Send for complete catalogue or submit a list ol A handaometr l!lntrld wertlf. Iineat rlr. and will quote price. his customer's neck a peculiar pan ftour requirements the grower Save Money. Holy and Acceptable Sacrifices. culatlun of ntiy nrlontlUo Journal. Yi rut. IJ a Buy direct from rein lur rumtbt, JU t3oldbyi.il nuffsit'oleri. Write today. Mention this paper. Pastor Itussell next explained why with a semicircular piece cut out of MUNN &Co.30rai,r,ir-HBwYQrIsrael's Atonement Day sacrifices were one side, so that It tits partially around the neck under the chin. Wairau'a Ofllw, tGS V tit, Wahluton. Iv. C merely types. The Law read. " ttHSBwUbetS!., RKkford 5fd ftmu RoafofJ.a man's life for a man's life." Hence a ter Is put Into the pan and the barber makes a lather with his hands and bullock and a goat could never be tie rubs It on the customer's face, usually ceptnble to God its n substitutionary using his hands for this purpose ulso sacrifice for Adam tuul hi family. Then the Pastor demonstrated that God prepared Jesus with an acceptable BUCKBECS BULBS SUCCEED. body: and our Lord "offered up Himra SPECIAL OFFER' Divine self" nn acceptable sacrifice. 'Mid ta build New lluslaeu. A acceptance was manifested: iraJo uaiI JSJlJrtaJ; how W obUui f trial will mak you a permanent your For Infanta and Children. BatUfaotljairuarantixid or eopirlirUu.cU!.. in al L COUNTRIES. I (1) At Jesus' consecration, by the lmlaoaer refunded. i limr.i Huslr.tu u'irret r.f. H'asihtJit TSi9 KM Yen Havi Always Bwghi pnrtatlou of tlit Holy Spirit: SoHrealrCo!lec2,JrtXuj flinty aaJi'JIrn IHfJlni. miu 'deal umuu. rtk i IUlwLi4 (2i H.v Jesus1 resurrection, born of Pilont :nd Infrin pmint Prsctlcs Exclusively. I (Ulh, tpfiM uui , UU, MtUsh UU, H4Uti, SuftnaU lVrlm nr mm tii Ui at Bears the ewaioptv(visa,viuaw4uB( AKMsWiff tho Spirit to glory and Immortality. tTuolMiis DfU Taip. rwrM Tulip, Vwhfiisl PmU Ws UI Elsstk ltrat,awr VIM lut ? Tl).. OtkUts rrMk, bail m4 Ihik UmUIU, r.U As in the Atonement Day sacrifice Signature of u. . (fcrtkUUuTullM! " wnwwuiuni I tt there was nn offering of a bullock, Jesus' death, so there was a mblno as CtJrSTl Hore is a 'woman who speaks from subsequent offering of a goat, typifyI ! KIM fWftU. tth" v f hlf Hlwlfto4. LutrvAtln, ing the Church's sacrifice. personal knowledge and long o.vperl-dncIMfeN1IBM(.WMIMriHi of Jesus' sacrifice continued during the viz., Jlrs. P. II. Brogan, wOini. w ful tsirtswi IlOoMfwtiUl of w piajiiiwwuwwiiawi pmiw Sf IHW IW lt I three nnd a half years of His ministry, Wilson, Pa. who says, "I know from nnd ended with His death. Forty days experience that Chamberlain's Cough 1M mnr.nwM mm IH-nfter, He nscended on High. Then He llomedy is far superior to any oth-;er- .' OOlTOaD, Hi. made application of the merit of nis For croup thero la nothing that sacrifice ou behalf of all who deslro to ' excels it." For salo by all dealers. become HI footstep followers. oMauwd la Those In the upper room at PenteMDI.Mtltltl wpromptly PATB NTS Ban Habit. U couUi-lnobtain Puts End or uj cost were the first to be begotten of the sawn caarougai.M our THAT PAs-mrtUThings never look bright to ouo Holy Spirit, and to become acceptable spam, andlwlp you to auoeaw. BwidirodoL pbotoorakttca (or mCB opart with "the blues." Ten to one the sacrifice. Since then, others oa paUatabUltr. praetlot. M nu BOOKKEEPING 'received from every nation. have been troublo Is a sluggish liver, filing the SUR Soon the flFASSINQ RircnCNCIS. rerrrMOuld jxmk oa l"auau tna to TYPEWRITING W foreordained number of such gacrlflc-era- . system with bilious polsou.thut Dr. OJ-s-oi wanth o. c. priests, TELEGRAPHY Bodyorof Christ will have completed the King's Now Life Pills would expel. MummntrtoTO, beyond the veil. Forth- Try thorn. Let tho Joy of hotter feelWIi MlRiSM lw with the Messianic Kingdom will be ings end "the bluoa." Best for Its Prwldtot hu TMnof tiMrUnM la mtrcan'tlU established for the blessing or all. sod banting bualasM, alto tt yiari edaeallac 10.0W and kiJuejs. 2&cat all drug' gists. in 4ea JSahiaBSKaV pss 1 cists, many months of hard work experimenting to perfettC' tM vegetablo alterative and tonlo extract of the JnmCistf efficiency, jrrf' l!?df0,i!iV?lwfty8 BoSlit, and which years, d" JthAYi pcr-tJjCJrZ- TmTT. TvTT What is CASTORIA It It Hi NX&! f'J'J C Paimey, W. Esq. 7SfflKaa WSZfi of Mill villo, Calif., wrltoa: "twiner ..e.wl .A..fa rA1.1nM irLUUlCill irim tio-jum uuiueil covcry' In ray family for twenty years. Wo have had doctor called in but oncodurln.i that tlmo. I have a famib of ten children, all wol' and hearty, for which, to a greatV extent, wo owo thanks to you and your ' Golden Medical Discovery ' end ' relicts, which wo uso wheu alck." in iaII ,,., .. rntl .- - fltif V..M. T mmvu tin., ltll..l ff. Dr. Pierce's Plcosant Pellets regulate and invigorat stomach, liver nn-- i howclo. tiny granules. JAMES & CO., First Class Liverymen Centertown, Kentucky. Prompt Attention and Good Service. TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, X o, i GENUINE CASTORIA yBears ALWAYS The Kind You Have Always Bought For Over 30 OUR CLUBBING RATES. The Republican and Louisville Herald S2.3E The Republican and Courier-Journ1.60 The Reptblican and St. Louis 1.75 The Republican and Home and Farm 1.60 The Republican and 1.75 The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald 3.60 The ixepublicah and JUany uwensooro inquirer 3.50 k The Republican and O'boro Messenger 1.75 The Republican and Kentucky Farmer '.... 1.75 The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. 1.30 The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer 1.60 The Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean anoSFarmer $1.50 al Globe-Democr- at SEND YOUR 5 5 Mathet-ie3 ls BOY TO &Batts 9 KSWy fj i Twice-a-Wee- 5 S ;J 1 . I S 5 Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN. YOUR Letter Heads Bill Heads t. vHFy INoteheads Envelopes t Statements Cards And SEEDS i Jky liWMH k other printed forms are given Special Attenton In The Republican Job Department. - H. W. BUCKBEE nvauHMMKWjji It Always Helps says Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., In writing of her experience with Cardui, the woman's tonic. She says further: "Before I began to use Cardui, my back and head would hurt so bad, I thought the pain would kill me. I was hardly able to do any of my housework. After taking three Dottles of Cardui, I began to feel like a new woman. I soon gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework, as well as run a big water mill. I wish every suffering woman would give BULBS' r. CASTORIA - mmwmwmt, 1 aft?" Wl I e, L 1 CARDUI The Woman's Tonic 1 ut (. to trt. t Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness, feelings, etc., are sure signs of womantired, worn-oly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's tonic. You cannot make a mistake In trying Cardui for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing women for more than fifty years. a trial. I still use Cardui when and it always does me good." feel a little bad, ivjyiEtmni Get a Bottle Today! qmj stout-ach.llv- er 11 NHI If If If II f 16t 11 If II Mg ISi HATr ... .wgF' O O O OjO CIUCU1T O MP YOUR LIVE STOCK ' In tho beginning many thought It Thd October term of tho Ohio cir- was nil right to pay a man for his cuit cour. convened last .Monday time In going to the election, when morning with Judge T. F, Dlrkhead he worked at a sawmill, or somepresiding and atl the court officials thing, it was all right to pay sonio AS Advice Of Agricultural on duty. Court has been moving along ono to work In his place when ho at tho usual pace dispatching Commissioner. Important business, and went and voted, nnd $5 on the side; but that has grown Into such prowill 'irobably finish by the mlddlo portions thnt we see now the evil of of next week. :y Mats out Disadvantage off Sell- were tills and know tho custom should The following gentlemen The empaneled as grand Jurors for this never have been established. public knows this Is wrong, and you Cattle and Hogs North and Crab-treterm, viz.: Iris llender, Ell I know It is wrong, nnd tho C. M. Patton, J. W. Cheek, Joe nnd Slftl Buying back as Meat. thing to be dono is to suppress It. I ... "Re P. Dennett, Sylvester Igleheart, W. am nqt, speaking on account of anyA. Taul, Henry Cummlngs, J. Hj body's party, but on my own responMorrison, O. H. Stevens, Hosle Hock, Ark., October 21. AJLMc sibility. I am not representing anyShown and Ira Wallace. Ull Crab-tre- e body's party, I do not belong to any .XUica is written and said about the was designated as foreman of ' party. It Is true I afnllato with one .dairy cow, and to some tho term may the grand jury; W. A. Taul was se party, as you know, I am not but oe'nfuslng, says John H. Page, com lected as sheriff and J. H, Morrison going to permit myself to be led b) as Clerk. junJuncr of agriculture for Arkan-a'nany political party; but speaking for were The following gentlemen dairy cow wo are InterestKentucky, which I repempaneled as petit Jurors, viz.: the Stato of resent, I want to say to you that the ed In most is the plain, unproten-ttn- u Davison, S. P. Dennett, W. Charles last bit of power that tho State old cow on the farm that furn-IsiH. Dean, E. F. Smith, Ji Y. linger-mawhich I represent has, Is gomilk and butter for the family-kH. B. Bean, P. B. Taylor, Joe ing to be used in an effort is a great friend to the women A. Hocker. J. F. Nail. C. A. Smith, to have an honest election In .azjl children of tho entire country. W. M. Coleman, C. N. Brown, A. V. dhlo county. Wo have a clean so' ,3jmJ her worth must not bo Rowan, B. N. Wilson, H. C. Ford, I liave a very special reas-n- a of mt-- around this court house and Thos. H. Ford, Frank Black, C. W. many SWEETER. "THE NEARER. THE'&ONE for discussing the cow right how. around hero havo said wf Wedding and H, Westerfleld. 11 will soon .be time for the tick don't want this business t have reThe Com'th. cases for the October THE MEAT." cjtaucujtLne to be raised until next THE BE.ST PICKING 1IS ferred to any more; and the Com term have been disposed of as fol- monwealth of Kentucky Is going to wl)i be .sriii& and then cattle ibuyers lows: Com'th. vs. Paul Cooper, Os- help NOT ALWAYS THE FIR IN Sfcing through the country and buythcin have a clean election thlr SToRE wald Hocker, Austin Bowling (3 ing up tlio cows to ship out to the time. I'll road to you thu Statutei cases, Wilbur Bally (3 cases), Frank THE PICKING S ALWAY-raisers in tlio North and West. pertaining to this matter which tin GOOD, BECAUJE Durbln. Sam Cook, Noah Beasley (2 BrJccmber that the old family cowpower of this State ha cases), Elmore Roach, tee Loyd (3 made. (The ' Do ls ssl only the dependence for milk Statutes relative to cases), Israel Johnson, Lee Chlnn, bribery were read.) is the mother aul butter, but she F. Burch, Tom Ferguson, Estll Lee rf lbe calves, and without the cows That means that any man convictCoody Wooseley, J. C. Wlthrow, not have cattle in the future tan ed under that statute shall not only Bright, James Torents, Frank Brown bo fined wi-5as- e have in the last. nnd sent to jail but shall be (2 cases), Eugene Harrel, Herbert d Xkere are not more than disfranchised. That statute Is going Barnett, R. E. Her (2 cases), Alonzo to bo enforced In Ohio county, be.many cows In circulation In TO HAVE IT FOR YoU; JUJT THE VERY Johnson. Sam Jones Brown, Herman cause I know I can get 12 honest now as there were some five for Green were- each continued years ago; all because shrewd cattle THING AND VERY FRICE. COME IN ANYmen who will stand ur process on defendants. atom, of the Xorth and West have for what they think Is right, and Com'th. vs. Mack Henshaw stateh&tjx enough to learn that HOW. WE CAN JHOWYOULOTJOFTHINGJ it were possible that I could fall In ment Hied and stricken off. the catUe supply was decreasing and this, I could go to the surroundlnr Com'th. vs. Sidney Jones bond jtJkr .price increasing. Hundreds of our FOR PRICED THAT WILL iURPRI SE YOU. counties and get a jury that would forfeited and summons awarded. irrtrers have sold 'off their cattle, Inhelp. This department of justlc Com'th. vs. Austin Bowling, 4938 which I represent cluding their family cows, because has the power be law and facts to the court and Afro were offered a good price. Now, hind It to enforce these laws, and I WILLIAM A. CUEMAN. Jr. fined $25 and 10 days In Jail. Mn everybody knows, the high price Is guilt; makes no Post at izsJLUs on the market, many of our A post office Office Inspector. confer Com'th. vs. Geo. Myers fine of he will be difference who It Is m punished: nnd inspector will jCsjtam-t$5 assessed. who would raise cattle ore purpose in making this statement jgcing to find the supplyof cows so with the applicants for appointment Com'th. vs. Argan Bratcher, &c. above-name- d that they shall understand this in at the office as soon as nJB3.11 that they can natget started. possible after the date indlcatted in stricken off. advance because any who may vio .Sto Jook out for the ccjf before it Com'th. vs. Cliff Burden defaut the liist paragraph. these laws will have to be dealt Jo. aeo date. If the cattle' raisers of Judgment, $25 and 10 days In jail. late with like we deal with any oihe INCORPORATED. deCom'th. vs. Alonzo Johnson aihr states can come into our midst, The Danger After Grip. man who violates the law. cows, pay tho top price for iinj our days In jail. lies often In a run down system. fault judgment, 90 And, gentlemen, this Is a govern 3J34AA, pay the local buyer a profit, The Jury cases have been dlspos- Wpnknpss nnri'nnsnpsa lniL tt nr ment by law not by force or vlo ajjp for driving them to town, then W- f as '?"0W8: J; petite, energy and with Ted CofT VB:lence. Men who counsel dlsordei lb freight on them for 500 mj.es, rttartrfJpPAfl liVAr nnHambition. &c. verdict of have no place among ktHnova rtffon ,K. V. Williams, honorable awl ake them to a country where lollow an or PIal"tiff. men. attack of this wretched -y .tk.have to be kept in barnes and Sw,f' & ,Co' V8' " F- - Austin-- trie The greatest need then is Elec- We quarantine against dcad! ,n hand9 rjaiiarca and fed six months or more ease. Bitters, ought always, of course to bo good the glorious tonlc.blood diseases, and in this same mannoi THINK IT WILL in ttf. .year, and use them for breed- purifier and regulator of stomach.llv- -' Com th- - vs- - 0scar McDanlel case we must deal with any choer, sympathy, friendship, yes an situation ing purposes, and make money out of er ,n80lratlon ln U handshake. and kidneys. Thousands have suspended, he having married suggesting lawlessness; we shouh fjxt transaction, our own people can Hcre la a mt, story giving 'tho KAIW lUlAT they wonderfully j ecut,nB witness, that get these people where they will no K'Xtzinly well afford to keep them origin, of shaking hands, from which Oniipury Docket. strengthen The nerves, build up the . be a menace to our good county. Wf 7ti Hmc, and make more money by re- it will bo seen that there has been IUK.SUAI, ZU UAX J. v. uoop- - will lock theso people up, tU'stem and restore to health and not lr tciirg to sell. er vs. K. V. Williams. &c. Swift & good spirits after an attack of Grip. Just Ask Your Umbrella, Perhaps wonderful progress in the handshakprepartheir homes, but in a place & was on tho train between New ing custom since it first began. As a If suffering, try 50 cents Co. vs. E. F. Austin, J. H. Glassed for them. This will not be r Ttrk and Chicago ono day last week, Sold 'and perfect them. Only guaran- cock vs. I. C. R. R. Co. -- - the Handle Will bit of undent history it Is Intersatisfaction play, but men dealing witl child's tiiut met .a farer who lived 400 miles teed by all druggists. esting, In olden days when every man WEDNESDAY, 3D DAY W. L. f m men. Statutes are going to be en .asfckwest of Chicago. He told me !he Tell You. who had any pretension to being a White vs. John A. Reltz & Sons, Til-foI wanted to say this mucl forced. gon'iljman carried a sword, it was ins coining to North Arkansas in a Aldrldge vs. Same, Jno. A. Forest Notes to you gentlemen; I wanted to dls xiuv-lor two to buy a few car loads & Sons vs. S. M. Taylor, &c. tho custom for men when they met Slam exports about nine million Reltz charge my duty to my fellow men to ship tohls farm and feed rf It hTeald that the ayerago animal to show that they had no lntontlon I wanted to keep my good fellows jftrcHi his corn crop, and when fat to dollars worth of teak a year. Extracts from Mr. RIngo's .Instruc- Ohio county out of trouble, for It lr is much more ablo to foretdll what of treachery to offer each other their I &hi. tack to the Chicago market. I weapon hands, or, ln other words The Automobile Club of America, tion to the grand Jury: much better to keep him out thar tho weather will bb than the aver- - tho hand AaEd him that 1 hoped our peopVet that would be used to draw Gentlemen of the grand Jury.there to let him get In and then try tc ago human being, unless tho latter wweJd know enough to keep their through Its bureau of tours. Is urging automoblllsts to use care with are, Just some matters of much Im- get him out. The power behind nu has made a particular and extensive tho sword, and to hold back the hand Too often they do not, how-iv- r, was usually a slgnd! for a fight. This portance that I want to speak to you Is of a hundred years standing up study of fill weather signs. and It may be that .this Iowa fire in timbered regions. habit bocamo so fixed that long aftabout. k'jjm&r will buy enough hogs in for law and order In the county o' Ueforo a severe thunderstorm all er men ceased to wear swords they That the public In advance may your fathers; it has the power to Oils distilled from the needles of to eat his crop of corn, and animals are upset. Dogs howl In dis- still offered tho weapon hand to a what they are going up put theso stfiWjr having heen shipped over 100 spruce and fir trees are .being usod understand violators of the law mal choniB, fish continually leap out friend, and declined to offer it to s mhjg and .fattened, and then sent to scent potrol'eum floor oils which "Kainst I want to say these tho Iron bars In the penitenof tlio water, and worms will often an onomy. you good ".men. I know to tiary, and even to put them In th' tome to tho surface in hundreds. If To Jhls day when you refuse to back to Chicago and butchered, and are sometimes objectionable on ac this county as wqll as any man, and electric chair if necessary. It Is this you Atltr (the lard and fat h:4o been count of their odor. enter a wood at night when the shake hands with a person It signiknow the good people, who live here power by hydraulic pressure, that I represent, and I am air Is close aud stuffy, and find it fies that you aro at war. Among savix&rfd out Tho governor of Iowa has set aside want to (, t,,e rlKht thing. The supported by the sturdy Judgo who, teeming with moths, you can be pret- ages ! vauw hogs may bo shipped back who nover carried swords, tho day, urging that the l)el! of Ohio county do not want sits behind me. and a fearless Coun- ty sure there Is thunder In tho air, "nlc .Arkansas to bo n:l d to the farm- - a practice of shaking hands is unknown violate tbe law. and the majority ty Attorney, citizens discuss conditions and create who raised them and who In tho and with tho help of for moths always congregate two or nnd if affords them a great deal of citizens; but a the good men of tho county we ex- thrco hours beforo a storm. Jwxtlfn'j has mortgaged his labor a sentiment against forest fires and are amusement to seo civilized men d& time ago there rew up In this pect to enforce these Statutes, i 'nK in.il li' struggling to make enough other conflagrations. Sheep foretell that snow Is coming It. Ex. The . county a tendency to uso money In ".tatiR to jiay It in tho fall. know thnt tho only hope for Justice by bloating loudly and seolclng a Some of you older men Is to bo had In Tho average area administered by "lections. t Pigs run about iw hope that nothing like the enforcement of plao of shelter. It Looks Llko A Crime. a ranger on tho federal forests of remember. That was an evil day theso laws, and they know that Hil- with straws and sticks In tholr To soparate :b,'w will bo true, but It Is not a boy from a box of to say it will occur If the tho United States is about 100,000 for us all. During my residence in ls duo nvery man w.ho tries to bo c mouths beforo cold weather sots In. Bucklen's Arnica Salvo. - Ills pimples. ,V acres. In Germany the area admlnia- - this county I took an active Interest svivjile do not stop boDVisb eff so Tho toad quits his holo Just beforo bolls, citizen. knocks, sprain's .ered h4y their cattle nml hogs and go about by a man of equivalent rank is' in politics more than 1 ought to I am saylnK these things on mj a ... I for ho Is an Insect eater bruises scratches, it, and Its quick andstorm, demand ro... l. .. .o 700 acres. havo taken, because we aro all ono own responsibility, JH Halting their own meat at liome. uiawu .am and In advance anu iwiuB .!.. ju ,I(jf for )Urn8 a;al,la or cuta ia M,. umi race nnd ono blood, and love our of any disorder, so WU1 lie presuut prlrrs of meat and that thoro may tho bcst.tlmq to catch lls prey. OnatB.rjght, Kool, u ,mildy b al80 jumir siud milk there Js nothing ra'.s-v- i Tho ropubi'.e of Columbia is said country and her government the bo no misunderstanding about It and midges illy low when tho weather sri8i Heals everything for healable aud to have excellent regulations for Its same. line-u- p And the with tho with tho public or with any Individ Js likely to bo unsettled, and that does It quick. Unequuled n tjj arm that .tho farmer Van for' pdles. Lumbermen who partlos Is Just an effort to get whnt ual. afford to give In exchange for them national forests. s why swallows do tho same, for Ouly S3 cents at all druggists m take cedar and mahogany uro requir- the pood people consider best for ithoy eat tho Insects. riihut suffering u loss In tho i There aro men Seven when wo calculate tho ant ed to Hunt young trees of the saine tho public welfare. iThcrp nro other weather sighs to Commandments of Alfalfa The prosperity of tho fanner is who lino up with tho dlftoront parsj'aces. 'ii jUYtduetlun, Think of those things. species in the tut-ovbo noted. If in tho morning when upon tho Jionio market. 11y jJf- - iiirana keep tho cows, tho Growers. i ties Just to get tho dollar, but the you pick up tho nowspaier ltdls-plity- s Busy, Super-optimiswell iald artisans or the city -good men of Ohio county do not do awl tlio hogs. Vou ran better a tendoncy to tear ulmost on aro his customers. Any Thou shalt not sow alfajfa seed on policy which "Optimists are all right, provided that You know that and I do. But jffuwl to keep thorn than it lie Its own account, then a downpour of .. i wet or undralned land. wioy aro not unreasoning aud exces- - there woro some cood men around your shoo Interferes with staidy work and good frem thu North ran afford to buy rain Is not far off. If Thou shalt not sow alfalfa ecod on laces aro Incllnod to simp aud your wages reacts upon the farmer. Ytu XTtainly. have got the orM ui sue," axUl Norman Haugood, the Fu hero who inndn up their minds they (X. V.) Standard. In ;our favor, bo keep siou leader at a Fusion luncheon in could Influence tho election by put- acid or sour lnnd, but shalt apply kid gloves have a cold, ti'ammy feelNew York, ting out some dollars. That put out calcium in tho form of i line, ot ground ing anu'aro difficult to draw i .bum. J. W. Copoland, of Dayton. Ohio, "iho optimism of our opponents," the poljson and ever since that timo damp weather Is ahpad. purchased a bottle of Chamberlain's hu wont on, "reminds mo of Smith. wo havo reaped tho results. Aftor limestone rock. Notice. Kvon your walking stick or urn- Couch Roiuedv Inr liln lmv vth.i l...,l T'ct Otflen Department, Office of A druggist said to Smith ono night nt Miat fomi men ot Into their mlnd.o ui Thou shalt supply alfalfa land with ijrelln can act the iwrt of a barom-- 1 Col(1 and ,)Pfor0 Ul0 1(0tt,e WM aU abundance of stablo manure. iho lodgo: , . Cincinnati Division. tliat a public election wns Just a p'ri- - Thou shalt thoroughly preparo the eter. Tho handles boforo rain will usui tlio ooys, cold was- - gone. is meres a movement on loot to vat0 'A'bf J'ufitimiBtor Gemini has illrect-- !l an(i tov wet Into It for reveal, a alight deposit bt moisture that not bttfer than to pay a five alfalfa seed bed.. limt a pint office Inspector visit uuifci; drugs cheaper. sticky to tho touch. In this' (t far doctor's hill? Just what they could get out of It. ami be salq by all -"'Good!' bald Smith. 'Good' That That wont on until Jt finally got so Thou shalt sow only good alfalfa way tlio question as to whether it JiKity or tho post office at.... seed, free from noxious weeds. m will bring sickness within tho reach theso men and around this court house Thou slink luoculato tho soil if M wlsur to take an umbrella or of nil.' " tmku repon, for apjtolutment, from 'Business which has beeji lek wlth,k could not win an election without Up thou wouldst reap tho best beuoflts jfravo It, a't homo can bo sottiod by jonK i! j. persons filing application the observant.' person ,by an' examina- uncertainty will undertake the de- Wheayoulmvoabod cold you want Inking three years of salary to pay from tho alfalfa crop. itf piwtuiastur, us ooiiteiitplutod by tho bt&t medicine obtainable so as the expenses of tho election. These easing task, of adjusting ltsety to Thou shalt not sow In lato fall. If tion of tl&art.ieHitself. jAifcrfr"-Jn Jixocuiho order of May 7, 19:;. to cure It with us Uttlo delay as pos- - men aro honest men; but pometlmeB o conditions. We shall look thou wouldst obtain a credltablo Urisgiiift ilia iKhjltioii.s of putitiiindtor yShtjcing Hands. IUV. Hero Is a druggist's opinion: j men of other kinds get Into office stand. for a great flood of foreign goods f tie fourth class jnto tho "I havo sold Chamberlain's Cough . but I never know a dirty dollar to ShukliwJjautls ,8 n'vory simple taking tho place of Amerkun-iunu- a clusslljod bervdeo. Applica- Remedy for fifteen yeara," says Enos pass the hands of nny offlcor of Ohio thing, jjpfH' In many' instances It goods' on 3helves which havo ioeii'-- r tions .ii iuvltoil from the liicumWtit l.ollar of Saratoga, Ind "and is u mMU'ciV no llttlo Importance, oinuUed lu the nix niontlw Qongr3 when n man hns to But FOR FLETCHER'S jk! from patrons of .tlio orflco. shier it tho best on iho market." For spend tho d and sonmlraea'a hearty liaudshako is has been wrangling over the b!1. monev of ' Applicants must resTdo within the sale by a,1! dealer. I worth afortuuo to a man. Thero Camden many years labor to got Into office, ni i m ui e under-.wilauie- d. w one-thir- a Ark-a-ra- an iar-secl- delivery of the office; bo of rfcel ago; citizens of the Unltod States; ablo and willing to provide a convenient location for tho office and I proper moans for transacting tho iicslni business, and to kIvo their nor management Isonal' attention V tho office. A married ,woan of full ago may become postmaster or a wo- man over ia years in uj,u uiu uo appointed poetaster In a State where women are declared by statute of full ago at 18. Two copies of the own application In tho applicant's handwriting, addressed to the First Assistant Postmaster General, should be mailed to the undersigned In order that they may be Included with his report to the Tost Office Department. Applications should include statements of the candidate's qualifies-tola- s, such us education, experience In the postal servlco Dr in general buslhcss, proposed location of the post office, and any other Information as to the applicant's ability to supply post office quarters and properly transact tho postal business. (Paragraph 1, section 1, of the post Civil Service Rules, prohibit masters from hoVling certain elcc- positions, but tlvo or appointive that of Justice of the peace, notary mbllc, commissioner to take acknowledgment of deeds, or bail, or to administer oaths, and positions on boards of education, school committees, or iboards or committees of public libraries, religious, and eleemosynary Institutions, are excepted from this rule. No other exceptions can be made. In making the report, speclafl at tention will be given to the applicant's fitness and his ability to provide a suitable office and means Tor properly conducting the postal business. No attention will be given to his political or religious connections nor wM political recommendations be received or considered. Applications should be prepared at once and mailed promptly to ih address given beiow, as failure to re. ., ceive any applications 'by 191 may result in the discontinuance of the post office. OOOOGOOOOO COURT NOTES. O ooooooooooooooo It takes a hard tight not to fall to tho temptation of getting It back when ho had to spend It getting his office. e. 1 ng im fL-i Uraraf we P WMin solve: p m ThaT We Have P JU5T WHAT You WU5H. J and the: rkiht PRICE Too. ThI' JT. OlR law-maki- not let our .stock run down, if you wijh for .something, you don't have to long, for we are jure God-feari- 1 s CARSON & CO. Hartford, Kentucky. dls-'3u- l? pros-prov- T rd i i3 --. Ar-rcm- bo-hi- v - Rd. law-abidi- &-- law-abidi- 1 !!... er .lt5 tol-lo- -- Wa-torto- 'cfiur, i ,,. r - Frce-Trad- hard-earno- Children Cry CASTOR A roat-Tqlogra- m j.,iiMiA4 tW jHgOnrfA. tsMtoiJi49tou pJW.