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The Hartford republican: October 31, 1913 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1913 hao1913103101_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: October 31, 1913 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1913 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. .Fine Job Work. VOL. XXVI. JAMES HANDS POLITICAL PIE DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1 per Year HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1913, Clark beautifully. The original WiP son men never know what struck them when tho road roller came No.6 NEW CHANGES COB PIPES IN LOUIS PHILLIPI windows at eventide they assume a wonderous mysticism of form and color." Illumines them and where CAPITAL Mrs. Fairbanks Buried. After the inauguration the original IN KENTUCKY Wilson men In Kentucky looked for Indianapolis, Oct. 26. The funeral some handsome pickings at the White of Mrs. Charles W. Fairbanks, (wife House. They fancied there wou'll bo of tho former who no overriding Senator James, died at Real Kentucky Article In - After He Became King Sent held this her home here Friday, wa3 Agree to Terms Decided on He and Secretary Tumulty tho troublo orstwhllo boomer ot Clark. But afternoon and burial was in Senator James warmed right up to Crown Hill Cemetery. Bishop Willi Painting to Church. Chief Cooks. vades Washington. Express Rates. tho White House and the White am F. McDowell of Chicago conducted House warmed right up to him. the services. In paying trlbuto to When the Kentucky original Wilson tho character of Mrs. Fairbanks h Rales Wili Prevent all Double Col"Kitchen Cabinet" Flourishes men submitted their jycommonda- Many Congressmen Become De- - Kiig of the French Lived In Ex- said: uons 1 or appointments me wnno "An American girl missionary In ile at Bardstown for Sevvotees to the Sweetest Smoke House bowled them right over like India told me It was easier to teach Now Greater than In any lections and Many Other tenpins and named Senator James' the Indian children jthe way of Christ Yet-- Cob Pipe. eral Years. choice for every office. James dipOther Administration. slnco. they had seen and heard Mrs. Evils. lomatically passed out part of the Fairbanks, and a native Chinese paid pie to Wilson men, so as to keep It was easier for him to follow (he Washington, Oct. 20. It was frea'.y down friction, but ho did the passing Washington, Oct. 28. The Kontucl y Frankfort, Ky., Oct. 27. How Louis teachings ot Christ since he had Washington, Oct. 23. The deter predicted when President Wilson took and he named the men. corn cob pipe, the real thing in cob Philippe, Due D'Orleons and later heard this godly woman." mination of the express carriers to James calls Tumulty "Joe" and TuKing of the French, filved for sev Many friends of Mrs. Fairbanks hla office that be would have no multy calls James "Ollle" and they pipes, the article with thelong,recd eral years at Bardstown, Ky., ami from out of town who had been as obey .'the order of tho conimlssioo, "klfchen cabinet." deep' bowl, has taken even paid court to a pretty maid of sociated with her during her term formally announced toda,y bring tcr Farmer Presidents for many years are thick as two peas In a pod. When stem and the Tumulty, who is a humorist as well Washington by storm. Representa Frankfort, t tho State capital. Is re- as presldent-geaera- a of the Daughters an end the greatest piece ot construe have had "kitchen cabinets," but Mr. some- tive Arthur B. Rouse, of Covington, lated? by the Countess Spottiswood-Macklof the American Revoluton attended tlve work ever uerformed ,hv mi rf- Wilson was to be an exceplton. lie as an enthusiast, runs across ty good ho is apt to first Introduced it at the Capitol. The Bourbon exile found th.e funeral.. was to run his office without any thing especial ministratlve government body. He distributed a few among his fol- America an asy'um during, a most remark: of favorite advisers. little circle Following two years' Investigation "I'll have to calt up Ollle and tell, low members and the Capital corres- troublous period or his eveptiuHta-recr- , An Easy Sharpsburg Guy. How completely thin prediction has In which the interstate commerce "When. Marat had 'proposecr-Ui- e gone to smash Is shown by the fact him about that." When "Joe goes to pondents. It was not long until Capt. A St. Louis, Mo., special of Thurscommission was constantly engaged,, the secret that President Wilson now has a the Capitol to round up the Demo "Jimmy" Sloane, chief of accompany setting of a --price upon his 'trend. day .aajs: Boone Guy, of Sharps-bur- l, s well as a number ot davs of arcratic senators tor a vote to sustain service men assigned to Priceless objects of art .were pretest-'- 1 "kitchen cabinet" par excellence. It "Ky.? proved an easy guy tor a gument, participated an administration policy, as he does and look after the .President, sighted ed by him 'to St. Joseph's Cathedral in by the sMp has forty times as much Influent e occasionally St. Louis sharper Guy met near the pens last July Issued a report, preAt BaTdstown after he became at critical times, 'he. uses ono of the Kentucky pipes. in shaping the executive acts and Union station. The Kentuckian now pared by Commissioner Capt. Sloane insisted that he must John H. Uar of prance and "" later, fol- says legislative policies of the President Senator James' tommlttee room.' No. he is reconciled to his namerbut ble, which analyzed and discussed 32, as hts headquarters. It Is equipped have one, and at once his wish was lowing' the downfall ot his dynasty. as his regular cabinet, constsintg of has disgraced the name of his town. the showing made by the express com(became an enthuslas Among thg,.art works are several the heads of the ten executive de- with a telephone and is handy of gratified, and he access to the tfoor, being just below tic booster. By this time it was no J vestments of beauty and intrinsic Guy was accostd ,by a guy who said panies, and which concluded by orpartments. Tho regular cabinet, in he was also from Sharpsburg, .but he dering the entire system of rates, prePhllip-po- 's fact, came nearly being wiped off the the Senate Chamber, with a big. wide uncommon thing to see one of these value embroidered tby Louis say l; until he learned where pared in accordance with pipes preceding some Queen, Marie Amelle, and his didn't the sugmap a tune dock, alUio it is now stairway .between. It is the room Guy was from. In a Ifew moments a gestions made formerly occupied by Benjamin Har- smoker as he strolled around the Cap sIster.AdelaJde, after the flight of in the previous repert, showing signs of returning animasecond guy appeared and dunned the installed by the express' companies". tion. For about three months it was rison when he was a Senator and lltol or the streets of Washington. the court to England, which still re- first srtanger for a. debt of $40 The A complete- - classification showing later by Senator Ueverldge of In- About this time Prof. Aston, of pose la the Bardstown Cathedral. not called together a most unprecedstranger borrowed the money the tremenduous amount of study oC brother-in-laof the Returning from tho recent woit'd. first but the President diana. Nowadays it Is the capttol Princeton ented situation of the "kitchen cab- President, came to Washington for peace conference at St. Louis, the "for a few minutes," from the Ken the matter made by Mr. Marble, .was would consult from time to time with headquarters tucky Guy. The two stranger guys Included in this reporta3 a visit. If there's one thing Prof. Ax-to- n Countess Spottlswood-Mackl- n inet." well made a ;.. Its Individual members. then beat it. The Kentucky Guy g of rules to govern express transTho fourth, member ln'ifulfrlstand-inenthuses over, It Is a pipe. He pilgrimage .to her alma mater, the Tho head and front of the Presiof the', "kitchen icahlhet' is auso. utpiy refuses to begin a game convenft-aeademat Nazareth, and did not realize for several hoursenthat portation throughout the United dent's "kitchen cabinet" Is Joe Tuhe States. A directory of express stah,, hadubeen" multy, his private secretary. TumuT.-,t- y, Senator William Hughes ot New of golf without first being certain while there "she obtained material u olK0- - "e tions In the United States was pro' "e Jersey. Senator Hughes la a favorite that his pipe is loaded and that be evidence-o- t the sojourn of Louis Phil- - ,s golnS a beardless young man in his to Sharpsburg to get vided and rat.es prescribed for all inn .h!oh w, hMn hmi Sn sharper. thirties, has an old and wlso head on at the White House end likewise a has plenty of tobacco In his pocket. classes ot property between all star frlond of long 'standing of Senator 'This habit of Prof. Aston causes myster1 and doubt by historical writ.4 shoulders. And, speaking by and tlons ..T'k large, he "cuts moro ice" than any James, they .having "served in the the President, his golf companion, ers' of thepast. "While- - visiting Frankfort the idu- - OSTRACISED NURSE In their estimates of losses under secretary Housctogcther. He holds a union card much amusoment. When the Prince- other Presidential private booster ot lesU'A tion ton man caught sight of the Kentue cal at the Marble scale ot rates, the exp7t that oyer lived in this country, whkh and has been atho American Federa- - article his comments iwere supcrtluou J I Love party was entertained been the nademanded by House, which has ever carriers said the total reduction in Is saying a good deal, as there have DECIDES TO LIVE revenue near-an- d commendatory. Capt. S.oane associated with Burr's conspiracy, from transportation under bcSft Presidents' secretaries. Lament, tion of Labor. There arc several cabinet," once decided that he should have su a where a gala ball was tendered in such rates would be not less than Cortelyou, Locb and others, who have members ot tho "kitchen relationship a pipe. Calling on a friend among ith their honor." writes the countess. $25,000,000 a year. been big political factors In their who hold about the same members do newspaper correspondents from down "The stately minuet was danced and ChicagOan WhoLeftSttlcideNoteS to It that This estimates was received by the times. menKentucky way, he declared that he Louis Philippe Invited a young lady commission in its final report, on-Tumulty is the practical politician to a club. In this list may be and Disappsared Has analysis of the showing made by the of tho White Houso firm. The Pres- tioned Senator Kern, the Democratic must liave a Kentucky pipe for Prof. to dance with him, but she declined, express companies leading to the conident's mind Is on hlg things and 'trader, who stands "a:e high" with Axton. .Meanwhile Jack Wheeler, who fearing to wound the feelings ot a Returned. clusion were based upon the business' more and moro he 1s adopting the tho President but who is not one works with Capt. Sloane, had .become 'plain young man' with whom she hac ot Joe Tumulty's little coterie-- that so envious of the Jotter's possession but a short while before declined to of days which were abnormal in char Joe motto: "Leave that to Joe." that he declared the only way to ke 1 enter the minuet. That the 'loyal acter and, therefore, not indicative oC just loves politics and without a does business bohlnd ithe scenes. peace in the family was for him to he maiden made a more than superficial Chicago, 111., October 28. iMiss Ma the results which would follow Cram' thq political game he would hund in supplied with a corn- impression .upon his highness is ap- - rie Collier, who disappeared Friday, the extended application ot the rates. :A ' be like a fish out of water. SOCIETY BURGLAR cob smoker. parent from the fact that when, three leaving a note saying that she had The volume of express business la There never was a president who .f In this extremity the correspondent decader or more later, he found toimTDeen ostracised by society because this country approximately 300.- -' embraced sugestlons from his private GOT BY AS JEWELER took the matter up, to use a Capitol self King of the French, geaoeraan sho forma!i.y was a nurse in a leper 000,000 parcels is year transported. secretary with that complete, confia TrhliTi nTirnaA with favmaf. Xt1ni from Frankfort who had known fatm colony, returned today. rate of only 1 per cent a' dence with which (President Wilson She asserted that tho unfounded parcel would yield a return in gross receives tips from Joe. Especially In Yeggmai Sells Stolen Diamonds skain, oi Lexington, reading with during the period of his exile called him to put - said correspondent in upon him at Paris. The King inquir- reports that she was uttering from revenues therefore of $3,000,000. all matters of patronage Joe comes To Retailers at Actual touch with the maker of these pipes. ed for his Frankfort queen' and chat- leprosy, causing her friends to forsake The MarU'e order will result la" pretty nearly forming the slates for Mayor Skaln's response was a parcel ted pleasantly ot the ball at the ber, had so discouraged her that Bhe substantial reductions in most of the If there is anything confirmation. Value. post iackage containing two of the Love House and the incident ot the had determined to shoot herself. She rates now maintained by the exthe. President despises most of all most appealing things in the way minuet. said that Miss A. Benjamin of Mil press companies. In some Instances is cutting the pie. Joe 1b never It of a pipe which ever reached Washhappier than when ho Is presiding "In a centennial ode to the city, waukee, an acquaintance, had per an Increase in the rate a hundred Snn Francisco, Oct. 28. pounds Is indicated as reasonable. at tho pie counter, dispensing slices years William Bostaln has For flvo ington. Accompanying the iplpes was of Frankfort in 1SS6 Major T. H. suaded her not to end her life. been ac- a letter from Mr. Skain in whloh he Stanton, ot that place, penned tho "I became so dispirited Friday that Even in such cases, however, the to good fellows hero and there. cepted by local business men as a wnxed eloquent concerning his gifts following verses: I decided there was no use living Marb'e, method of determining rates Thy "kitchen cabinet" revolves arcitizen with a profitable In the following language: 'The Lovo House stands no longer any Conger," sold Miss Collier. "I on parcels weighing less than 10O wore than around tho Presound Joe jewelry business. Ills prop"Compying with your request, destroyed marks ot Identification on pounds so differs from tho methods here ident, Many an Important matter Is wholesale erty Investments have been numer sending you by (parcel post two ot my clothing, and as I was tearing followed by the express companies laup" at tho sessions of tho Where from the crowd socluded "flxdl ous und large; thousands ot dollars the best cob pipes that over grow in Tho cold, ambitious Aaron Burr up old letters 1 came across ono from the past that even under the increaskitchen cabinet that later comes been soivt by him to support his old Kentucky. They are as hard as .Miss Benjamin. In it sho told me ed rates ;per ono hundred pounds It His scheme of emplro brooded. the public in tho form of n have mother in Germany and his young flint rmrl will nrorlurn fin au'pnt n But some are mindful of the dance that IX I e'ver intended to tako my will resu'i In a reduction ot the Whlto Houso announcement. Tho persister has had tho best educational ' oke as flnv lndtaM ,.,., .. n1ov In stately graco perfected, life Jo pay her a visit first. I MV packaso rates. sonnel of the "kitchen cabinet" conand social advantages. Ld. Thev are not fclm nn,in!,rv ma- - When onco tho proffered hand of her a long tlmo ago that 1 would In some Isolated cases Mr. Marble sist largely of four persona. It will Today he lies In tho city prison, a chlnQ m.de .,,,',,, ut tho ,,miino has indicated tho reasonableness of Borne tlnip kill myself. France bo Interesting und gru'Jfjlng to nows-pnncov- 1 hope you will do A Frankfort queen rejected.' Miss Benjaman brightened me up, an Increaso in package rates. This men to know that a member of confessed robber, with n record many years, captured by a pot ' orvthlnc vou , Upon his return to France and his and now I intend to go back to the results from the fact that tho iMar-bl- o to ftncourairo the their profession in also a star bull pup, which pinned him In a uso ot tho Kentucky corn cob pipe. elevation to the throne ot the Bour- - lepers, I am an outcast of society, rates aro harmonious throughber ot the "kitchen cablnot." corner as he stole through u back Tho high cost, ot living can be ma- bous, Louis Philippe was not un- - A number of doctors have made ex- - out, and wVl place shippers everyThis interesting and versatile yard in the night. terially decreased If our smokers will mindful ot the kindness that had amiuatlon and reported that 1 am where upon a relative equality. Is Thomas J. Pence, formerly "My work has been so easy it has turn from tho d h products been bestowed upon him while he free of feprocy, hut my friends While no estimato of total reduccorrespondent of the Washington been laughable," Bastatn told tho de- ot Havana, in cigar form, and ylold tarried in the Kentucky hll'e. Tho to believe jt. If I go to any re- tions In tho charges for transportaNews and Observer. Secretary fectives when ho finally broke down. to the seductive Influence of the material ovldence ot his grutitudo ception the crowd near me dwindles tion can be made the saving to shipof the Navy Josephus Daniel's paper. pers wi'il be substantial. on News- "I have never been disturbed while corn cob pipe, the favorite of our an- aro many about Bardstown, and hap- until I find myself standing alone. Mr. Tence Is an work. The people I did business cestors." e, at pily these are extaut today, It may paper Row. He Is a "I have taken an Inventory of my Even this, however, is of less Imwith believed me to be absolutely bacholor. He Is in charge ot kho Mr. Skain and .former Senator indeed be said that a potent art In- lllo and I can see no ray of hope. portance than the drastic revision of what I represntod myself. Jewelers Democratic national headquarters in bought my Thomas A. Combs, ofXexlugton, ore. fluence was exerted In the academic I son,t lotters today to a number ot the express companies' rules. It is diamonds and tho mint two of the devotees ot the big Ken- circ'lo ot St. Joseph's College at taper colonies In the United States, believed that evil ot double collecthe Htbbs Building and when he is took my molted gold without ques- tucky corn-co- b not jthero he is vory likely to be pipe, and so strong Is Bardstown and of the neighboring asking for a position as a nurse. In tions will be eliminated. It Is tion. that express matter Bhall found In Joo Tumulty's room at the their devotion to It that their friends Nazareth Academy, which is in- case I can not get such employment "I always have been a natural thief would hardly recognize them were corporated in tho same religious com- in this country 1 will go to an island move by tho shortest available route. Whlto House. Along with Tom Pence and I have found It easy to steal and occupying an equal station of things, but I am averse to killing or they to meet them without this con- munity by the donation ot priceless near Canton, China, where nurses are This will lead to a marked Improvement In the service. In the past, the prominence In' tho "kitchen cabinet" decorating their treasures ot painting, statuary and neoded to take care of lepers." Injuring, Inever bad been in a posi- stant companion objects d'art hy Louis Philippe aftMiss Colder spent several months tariffs of the express companies have Is Senator OUe, M. James ot faces. tion where I had to shoot Until Fri er he became the sovereign of at a leper colony near Tracadlo, New been unintelligible to any but (the tucky. The pull which that Kentucky day night. My rejuotance to use my France. Among 4he pictures which Brunswick. She was forced to leave Initiated and rates have been deter James, 'has at the White ,olon, revolver caused my capture." Big Coal Miies Sold. yet hang in the Cathedral church at because the climate was breaking mined therefrom only with the great House Is something fierce. James Evidence to substantiate Bastaln's est difficulty. Morganfield, Ky., Oct. 25. The Bardstown are 'St. Peter in Chains' her health. Vlll be remembered for many things, alleged confession Is sold by the po Thq method ot publication of rates Thomas coal mines here baye been and 'A Winged St. Mark,' by Van-dycincluding his masterful yoratory at lice, to have been found In his hand sold to the Jackson Coal Company, Notice. provided by Mr. Marble wiU reduce 'St. John the Baptist' and "The Democratic national conventions. H,o somely fitted apartments where, he ot Ft. Branch, Ind. The property (was Flaying of St. Bartholomew,' by ReuThe stockholders of Hartford To- the volume of these tariffs by not Jea was bo permanent presiding officer lived with hts young sister, last sdtl a year ago to tho Bldell Coal bens; 'The Coronation of the Blessed bacco Warehouse are requested to than 95 per ceat The tariffs pie .of the Baltimore convention The girl was unaware ot his source Company, ot Pittsburg, I'a., by the Virgin,' by Murlllo, and an unknown meet at the court house In Hartford, pared according to the Marble llaa .year. The. result mau, which ot revenue, he said, and tho police E. K. Ashby Co., of Evnnsville. but painting, 'The Annunciation.' Such a Saturday, November 1st, at 10 a. m wiH be intelligible. Bui be was not a Wilson are inclined to believe him. a few days after tho transfer the group of masterpieces as these nibjht for the purpose of electing a new will be that it will be more cTcarly makes his present position ot favor Save yourlauadry for Fred My( purchaser died, and tho property has grace th transept ot an Old World board, ot officers and transacting any able to assess charges in every case .at tV White House rather Tho Jackson cathedra' and might be coveted ot a other business which may come 'be- upon a legal basis and that It wih He helped to organize a agent for the famous Pearl Laundry since remained idle. able. be possible for shippers by consultdelegation in Kentucky. of Evansvllle. Laundry called for and company wi'l tako charge at one', continental city. They are large pic- fore the board. Champ Clark ing tariffs to determine rates for ROUSSEAU WELLER. He threw his whoCe soul into the delivered, or leave at Barnes' Restau- mako many improvements Und opera' 1 tures und are hung high in the silent themselves. nave, wIhtu the light from upper By J. A. JOHNSON. Kentucky lined up ior rant, Main street. 12ti. the mines on a big sAtfe. Igbjt and their way. THE AREACCEPTEU n. bov-ereig- ar -- long-stemm- w y ?""bk '? non-reside- nt I las bo-fo- re -- or band-carve- d. ov-orl- por-.soua- Ra"-eig- high-price- re-fu- so old-tim- er good-lookin- g, llk-.abl- also-arrange- ! -- k; . V ,v . -- . J? A BIT OF a H'JIUK T"ntii KATURE. Get THE HUMAN BRAIN H- rt-- "Hft Her a la il 3t Crumbed Up Shape Is On of "WwBaa" Satire's Clever Deutss. WATTE?.. itt f f(p atST latrarw juid a N"w TWfc. i aw CELLS OF THE GRAY Mm rlsi5 tT irn miw a I lind Hae Capstiw wiiet.rta f a 'art Uuv ew.;iansaa i poerw r-i- F.it Spea' Job. 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Uius. rbat oin nnotht-- nroiinl to f 't3 "Wlti t iliiilti-rlnbriil .ircomiwnlment of f ii?al tbe I !vn--arraat. aad la tbe 7"''- - If rf raaafaie f taj air '"T at tb j-- - .a. izH Vk" aui- - Mmmvt f mi s Knracb baudtrritia; 03 tbe cr i in . a few 44vr bo kad - JI Hm- - rrea- - b j ttol Tifo. I br?- -l Ma Vt rererte 1 tbe iudvrvfflat of Lata-yettl'olbl7 two of tli" InttiT. lu tin 4i Vt - natal - tr to fciS tf tk : A caocelfl cbel or warrant cnur" of a roush ant tumMi. Jostlu irtj AND FEEDS. POULTRY ri faLKr nwi tie - fc 4-i a.'ilittt on- - of th'' ollT hi iIh. luime sthat for J15 fl la tie jMip y. Tit U j.-reirrewat tbe illjrtiifU-- I s4-- r L lfcl fl raUrat. Utz JaittaiM-- . tit- - "Y'tr a it "iKe for tbe LoaUlaaa purcaae csder tbe diat?!7 tbe Utter'i nttlttii of ,' vunltb". an'I ho tttrm "Itli 1 Itrutt. rsiL wit trial ii iu of IWjz. ? nt tM- - ila- - Wlo be Sa!b-- i ae- treaty purcba DrirP. Writ -- -- - - V I icf w- a rwr unn tbe Imprudent Jmciillw. ff l :blnliMx St dw. I trjiSrvct j to2)J tjadr tbe treaty ltMa. aaJ aea talr- Tbe bo batlly retrvat with nlirlck- of r5o-. Tlviy roused i nwfA'-- i i 17 tatat4 law tie rE3. a Sear'i" at tbe tiiae war-raa- t fear Now and thn a raothi-- r find It tf- c- rabbit l about ti-- traMe Xftof Alaska i erldeace-- i by rirta; tbea ord- -r be e3t"i bt-- r ofTuprltm or A autawibt c?lJrvjMFVJT tor 7S tUa-- l lij T E tjtwjory to cbantle to rw.aU 127 eiittea"". He tara 1 aad WsWwwwwm. w tudy th brata of aalaaU i If tar-- 3 at a ortr al ffta.- S;4aaar. wbo at tbe tine waj feore- - to trrp.it insnitire uiwn on or an- I. litl ii;rb-- r !m . yas'T beea la bere t- - tar7 of tb treatary Tbe worlia; of other of the tinattarh.il lio!ilbdehoys tisa tip " 'L-?- " ywa" nUll jon viA fid tiat cvea- -. -tbe warraat beria aad ma'. "I'a7 w who be 2tip.m. ni'iliut. Ih.hmhi. I for. hiT-a"Jrlt lb-- brela oatH la Bizu ti.- - stirj tousit jv3 a froa tbe uadrtisaed aro7 extraordlaar upon or InJurhiK It Tbf air aiad trsoe U a TiZ of - ead Mr litaakoftie Kew ciaiter iiai;otentlar7 of bU with uik'.. shrill crUi and ifcst iuzz.- - yog by tl-- ir lain Hca;b! a Kr7 Hk tbst it xorzh aijet7 tbe eaperor of ai; tbe Iiu-i- a al ba4 sruiiU. Suddenly from on of the cii.inl It K plaa tiat tb- tlrfrtr letter of latrvlaniox TbI warraat caJI-- 1 for f37-tseEstablished 1834 For Boys and Young Men J f tW bniu of raaa I sre Da"t la cola aDd wj so pitd tbrou:b coai- - a finsl ilii. hojr.1 btirk and I - sr-aStandard preparatory and college courses leading- - to literary and w-lleri' u Th- - ffuiali- instantly there tial 1 LHr la a-- SI4 socb tltsa If it tbea a prirat tbe - 'Notiia? eaie 703 tiTe tucbt la? 1111:1 bjuk. of WabIatoa. baak- catch up th(dr 7011ns o.Tlirnii;. thcrott scientific degrees. Well equipped business department. Strong 3Ar tin- - rabMlV. o4 til I. iattitotioa after tk- - ntjr la v.W'U ias faculty. Healthful and moral surroundings. No saloons. Cam ratiou lui. ;r tiiat wr7 ' Iadwed bj Kdwanl de Stoecie. ot th band, with or.p i,or.I. rtittt -oat risht and left, atil in h monivnt jrirla? tii brain of sua s Tkb4 HU eje friaiV-- L pus of thirty acres; four large buildings. Athletic park ami tbe liowUn mlDlt-- r at thit time xrpt one ixrlatf jruj foar t' tta tlar v!ut It "Ob. I're i.r:?bt it alj rftfit. I for- - Tb purchase of tbe Philippine I there l nothins to be "'ii who walk gymnasium. Steam heat. New and complete sanitary system If ta'xrtu. v a t cb ttT; to a2tioa e i tor a tor7 laads froa Spala U repreratfi la tbf or two of tbe larcr iniltM. Boarding department superintended by President. Tuition and" tor tnv.lt jra aatt-- r a. lit tiat tritb ti- - jictsre. I tjp;e laportaat Snandal traawctija of tbe 1"'tlT ofT. now and then toppir.2 to jrr board at moderate cost. Address for catalogue: ' stance back and to utter their roonant rwwjfcv. I ROTeraaent by four warraaw tiat l ail rirlit? of V. t II. G. BROW.NEIL. Frealdenl. or W. E. rAMAI. Dean, tut ret "iil!iia-- d ti "All ri?bt? V.)ff) eaca-- As a treaty caoaot be warnln? bark Hl'SSEltAILlE. kEKTUCKY If you run quickly forward nnd climb I a cleaa ball eatered lato by oa- - coaatry directly z'a.. but tbe fa.t 1 adaiuM tiat, "I eJo-- d a7 sjd to notne colsn of vantage you will matter are la provr-- rxa. with a real OTer with oae with which it U at war. tbe Tit: ' ell of tbe aatter irblcb I coold oa: sp-i- a qalet warranLi were IndorsM by Jcles Jam-boa- , perbap be In time to e- - the whole . re U citr eard-nI kw a teieirraDh o.ra. vi nnrr ua tooayat aaa tbe French minUter, who had del- band vatnperinz off. The Infant" dine wtea Iid crx3 to do vj. Tti tor cil'kiax oT a to aa aax-Io- n egate! antbority to represent tbe Span- to their -mothers bark, the uiiatt.ii'hed WHY NOT MAKE A MONTH Thai's i-Juvenile- race abend, and the three or v proil l7 ttlao motber Aad 1 tasted bfiteak ish . four father of familfe brine up the tbif-k- . tbe rray taatler ez;y4 -- Jir-7- ra.: Ttt I'aaaraa canal purcbie repre-ate- d rear at a mor- - deliberate pice. i du.v" a aimosi iu.wv uay Ajj sift zvidzut or operation aad aotia; U'bea I sty oac aore tbe larset Caandal traaiaftioa b7 tbe Saadaj Hitor wa at ti door. He of tbe tis Mlt la tbe thought espr-Railing Vlc-o- r The pjyaent wa exit and boztf to ri'rv'nT., dvtnr.. Uwjrrt, d'ntl.U c.l U Tbl sra7 aattr U spread 2'JUZ bU orler orer bl bva;dr- made by a coaaoa draft, payable to LISTER'S BOLD EXPERIMENT. vrrll to dofarmtM.a lot whotn nallithenrM varj'ias tbl'kae all orer ia U2I I tof 'Walt "J. PSerjnt Morzaa & Oi, srial diiof a tut tin nut Inow bovexyltlttoowa 3 Mf one, rt.crarn declare our propo.lttoaone of I fwa of tb- - braia. while tb-- jt "'la a fr-- alcstes be wa ated borIa? ss-at- ," tbroueb wham It wai H Ud Hit First Draimnj Tub on clean cut monr.maalng opportunl-t.e- s the b paid to thi; Preach coapiay. the foraattr aad nerve lie uader it !!de ae aala. aad I coald binlly Queen Victoria. rrer tectT 1 VMllioat preiou eiprl-rnreOtxzsMy into it. can duplicate tbe aucreaa ot other. .ieve sty tzar, lit vi oSerii ae a mer owner Tb- - late J. I'ier;nut Mor-jra- a A strange anecdote U relnteil In tbe catalog Our liluatratrd i i&uj a37 be fciid to be iaty.-taa- l iltioa oa tbe htalf bia;lf Indor-- .! tbe draft. A life of Ird I.Mer by Ur V. T will eiuli.e jr u - ireDl the .ublect tocua- la r'vjnifa to ti- - aant of jrar tb-- re tnmeri In aa lnfreillaK , manner a though short tlaae previo-bad been iictttallv you were Wrench It oems that Men tii'ouc'i jrW'-U- - ba in bin braia. TbU a warrant for $ 10.00'), cor-r-l- a? i- i- Queen Vlctori.i a the lir.t nub ta e.men pl'atlnt? them anl Innru-tlon-our factory. aelllns appointed ai Expatriate by Mai ds 1Atr. aafef. alTlns lor urifr ir. liJsrW'wtn. ooe Uarla? ao--rcomlnctni talkliiKJ'iinn Kiilcii It 1. ttupoMlMe for a propec:lv cnttomer to d ny Whr Tb-- rtbe cot of the canal rone, an area bi za&"y ia tbe atteapw oe inr uni to apply irnm your Tiruiitr oetorc tomeone elae seta tne Urr:wrjr Jet of one of hl sriat eTporlments n;ai iuu wxter t rz.t pot. aaotb-- r a aade to wire ti- - problea of -a- ifk-a- of -u ml!. on eich Me of the canal Shortly after taking up the chair of '.c can Isror only one laleisua oat ot each locality. TheSlhanniTerurrofoir canc-I- el ttw 1217- -r at xuuihf. avb of tb! checks are held as nursery In IMIuburgh. according to b tb- - la- - Mr V.MIlaa jnU As tb-company wai cebM riC't dj- - to rtiUiratiou i. In cae of Ur Wrench. I.Mer "iViaaai. tb- - alllioaair- -. wbo wj aa receipt. It ctiuld bapp--r. 10 Hal erecllnjthe motmilraV o. tle !: of tie raalliplieatioa laroJuaar -- zll- la Kasliad for tbe their loi. that tbe ?ovracaent ml;ht avcal to ojxTate on wis- called for an factory In tbe world thquevii amaia nan lio ' 4,1 bl-ar- - Kt.'II ar of bw llf- - He not be able to ihow that the raoaeyj abscess Dr. Wrench goes on to hay lat be-ir-t apecial aelll k lnl cemeiit, iiti! mo: KHTt actua'l7 paM rendered ttner irrt m.Kf wa at aa Aaeri'ia f.tizen. but The ojieration was u ourouifKiU tt ir Not less Interetlac as relics are be 'Icr wara-- -I bias that a voyage bi raanr UiouMndiofilol llon, ut 'n a strip of rorbo'.lr lint to krep " - arr-srr- . 4x,it of tbe brsia. Tblarsirgo .rJi .Vahln?toa with th- - Unit- the Round open f.u dra nage lint, tin tbe Afian'I". with tbe prjiM.i-tit tnuto.eirnall ps"icu'i, ul rtal lirdn vuz'- of noaM b- - futil to ed States, commencla? Jane. 1775. aad fortunately, the tantter of the abiee"' lco.tyiuonyt!is frTe slpoatal card fuml- - bni'a iilta Sj b- 1 rv. aM I'- a it of h Ilfe endini: June. 17S3. comprebendln; the Oil not come aw.ij projierly. nnd the ",rtr-!b- r aful a half, but ink do- - to a ia whleb b- - could hpace of elsht years." Under tbe cap- qu-- en was still feveri-- h and in p.iln Ask for Catalogs! IS r. r nf t I i.ee-iirltion are thr-- e or four dilapidated calf ti'tmn KsMy travel to Ani-rifBut tb? "I.biter. disturbed by this imf.iMir-abl- e laf-rl- or -r braia lirr o' bound account books In the handwritfat- - were asa.at bini. an1 bbi course, walked alone In the THE VICTOR j-fjtr more sray toatt-- r in fir ing of tbe sreat American patriot. grounds of ItaImor.il. n lonely sot further than tbe ei walk r th!"k(T layr at th- - part of the pit--at odii- -. IJtuloa Oplalon. These accounts were laoitly kept while Ixdng his custom when he li.id :i dltll-cuSAFE & LOCK CO. -be was on the march, but they were jsol ia Ouiatul ,y Ij- -r Iif- - iraiu problem to During bU brought up with great accuracy from cogitations A Tin Osath Dalr. tafe than dxt7 ouuc- - luv CIRCIIRmTI, chic it occurred to blm that n Our New Ho- -. Caaaolty 20,000 Safes Annually. fointd lo 'ity. ntA niin- - ni A raoit ag'iaMuz death I cao-- d by day to day. ilece of India rubber tubing might At the end of each book there is a form an excellent path of exit to the rrilllant taea nnd wors-- n an Ini-'- -t half tb- - zk of a fiei a V? ujill brain wh-ladlvld- put iirin imall black spider. It lives In I'eru. la comprehensive ,01scnare ,)f wounJ It Is lllustra- ' r, I'.iit In all CM of ,, Koutb Arn-rlTbU i.pid-- r' retell In liitticair renotn ual money and fund, of the Rovcni- - tve of vJV-;twlltlb- - rtn meat expended by blm are upeclflally J ,hat tnoui;b ,, toM Hie of -U Korcb-- 4 up tb- - blood aad tcIt was (he --le.fcfHou. -- riiIn i1.-- k In tb- - brain J at afiread through all the tUU"A. calnK Indicated. In a footnote be calls at ett lady in the land, he did not hestention to a particular item which be itate to make her the first Hiitijcct of if or:niiK, and tb- - lh- - lo!- -4 into I the inot fearful aoay a humin !a --acb of tb- - brjln ran have to "!W The worst of It U Zl7. IIi;1 are a-vr7 dlxtlri'-tl- mur'... that the victim llvsi at least two Uy. retiirneii iroin uw wain, cut a jjiTtr.rtllrii' x;ifor rMidi of lb- enduring unthiukable aaulth tbe amount of tbe Item from his cr lit' " r Tie all night In car- whole tlni- - The spider I luckily not until tbeit matt--..t. could be -de'Jnltely wt- tpamtus and n4 r n., -i TI..- - I"f;i tit ban t'ra matt-- r al1 ov- -r ,n ,bc common. It U known an tb- - 'Sp-ckia U '"",e ,l!it I ed la EaglUb money. of k bniln. and than!: to and when fiiiti who kr.ov.-- what "4:fiir."tii(is of tint rneariH U bitten he ueaeraliy blo.wi "T"e neen made a rapid nnd , com-bVjf..- - prftH) It tb" dli Mori , ,, Into out bit brjlns. pU recovt'ry- - Wr- - " penses of Washington and bis military ' V'-!- i aid H- i- df-- p w- r- iilr-.iroyal experiment, adotitiil rttlibiT yllll In it tir c'jft family," meaning, no doubt, bis I in ilnilnage Xitii lint llii't tubes as a part of his pr.ic A Proper Zrfi. mediate utiff. The entries nru usually lice." i 4111 (w l'iififjiit follouh in in' Uliz.ibeth was taken to hear grand -POWDER -- ji!flile with I be liiti;lli'clniil lie: beaded. Head'iuarterw, on tbe march. I t opera for th- - flrwt time. tuusfcal Tor the rnoit p.irt they cover purchases ' jM-ii- t ll nitiirnl i'IhIow ft' H- i-- luentloji Iwfore this occasljn bud Knew His Patisnt. of food htipplles, but now and then are 'i(1 ;it Idrtb Ik onlv an .tidowrri-- nl ' "My ndvec to you. sir." s Ud Hie pliy. ' 'j!'ly jtblllly. and b- - ii(tioi of ' confined she knew to pari 'on ert-'- . s such entries an: of the proper observ-.leit "To cnb for a broom that I'eter slelm hh be dl.ignostd lite '"Use of the Infiiii will In- - an Intel- mlln-- ; IVHpeptle. "Is to iliange .Miur hotel. Co bought Home time ago, sixpence." In tirnin lNot or :i pli-m' The prforman'-- van a matinee of iver to tbo Derrlnsd.ile iind live for "Cash pild for mending tbe chariot. i!"n iidfiit nlmot ilioifi'tb- -r a while" It wus ended, and I Hhllllng." "K'eiiUsliliidc--" It M. Iniiiilnu wlil.-a :;r u "7. uocior. sat.i inu tiriiinii.i row to go "Agreed with Peggy for 4 shilllngn .H Ii- of tbi. ura 1iMt-f-- r ' MY .. "is lbit the end':" Hsked i:iUa'-tl- i. per morth for tbe general's washing ,"oJ Ht ttIT Ieningdile Nn't any bet In l!i tii'iiln Mil MLXsyjriKJlvl I wars one thin? you are "Yes. d.ir." answered iiuimniH. leri1ti;;tou:" 4 sbillinus per dozen for tbo sen- - j "'r "'" ,ia Mt " . lookiiiff fur in tlie ind flrtrffiV c'liinol l.o ."tiilHlixfl ind unld tlernen of the family." "Hit down, mtiniuile. "' liu"w tU:xt" "'' t'"' div-- -. I.m .S'1 .. nHiily will In., but i purtl'il --. h ,!: nf lil.il. It.' I,... npii r.i uiuiiici iiriiircs n wdiiiiit- i:iljb"t!i. It utrt b- -. They haven't i Among other things of Intereht In thu "l,ut t,,e Ierilngdnle Is run on the V.n pouer In iiforintlon of lilx ful saving in your bakinc Hut it docs more. to pay for plujid 'Anie.-J'-- a' York auditor's o.'Ilce aro books Hbowlng ol- .'"pean phn. and .ou et." Nw It insures wholesome foud.tasty fiKKl - unlformly raised food, .i.fi Aii ilirw Hon Ik offcrwl by l!i- - I'oit. w,-'- t .vu at there. slr'-Jud- gf. lowanees to members of congress to lafili.i.tlon of lilx briiln itfter death I'll C"'"!?1 is n!lAo right to sell right to bike right Ask lut'-land from Wushlngton. In thu Tblr-- . ,1 cry etnlni'iil xnrfoiri of Otil one 01 mo millions of women who use It or ask your grocer. Qrtat Yarn outh'a.. Rsaj. . Onion Corn Rsmedy. . teenth congress JWil for mileage is re- liH brain ' t'oiUili'lpblii died and wlii-RECCIVCD HICHEST AWAADS Is a very simple lomedy for -- arjtn 'I be tows or f.reJt i arxuoittli nru Jcelpteil In o fnlnt. uncerUiln hand "D.I Here nx found that for it -' .... a.. . jv forhttfr nrw . filtri. W2M',J,U FooJ EPaltln, Cblcaao. 10. ... .v... WAX niuti,..., . it',.1. ... but one which Is ordinarily most mjUR-up. IMll III U'nrth Hi1r II tvim lll.l- - II ui iy' n - lit !('. lrlli ncunini tit ranaEzpoaillan, Franc, Marcli, 1912. tborouglifnres which days attendance Is shown to have effective. Itoll the strong outer skin Lilly nnnlicl ,v his tvther-iiarr- ow 4Tirs! inrtx t'i" main streets, with houses , been made to Henry Clay. Harper'u of un onion until It Is quite tender mum developed ,rii.ion it fnr moro '"''"''t and then bind It on to the toe with n "" '"v f" 'roui jure , Weekly, Wum In uhimI, nnd the Iiiiith of gray " ''',: .. Taa a.a't ... L l v. ... mam. tuaw a.. Ct.vcC ' ..if linen bandage while still warm. Put Bulk ai .kU. ' h'a m.,t aaakl-- T, ! .Mltrr ni llii-.- ii snol i uere Inorillniile It" ' f''t Wide. SpucUl CirtS have I. on night nnd mornfresh npplk-utlonBowling. iy llilrk. It never right to draw any to be built lo trn rerse thes rows. I.0111I011 Mall Bowla, or bowling. Is one of the most ing for two or three days, when the broad coiicIiihIoii fiom a Hlugli; lorn bhottld detach Itself. The scar will popular nnd nnclent of Kngllsb but Hclence Iiiik geliernlls'ed Look Forward. Penotratlnj a Diigulta. Its origin being traceable to tbe soon disappear nntl the corn will not ffum tunny liisinnces of Ibis kind until Who can aeo tlia brilliancy of charit Is ready now In nay Unit thought "What itro yoti doing In this slack of twelfth century. It was held lu such return. Chicago Itecord-Hernlacter attained by Individual of our yurivr Is iro(inrlloiiale to the gray costume plates nnd reference books?" dltfuvor for yew thnt Inwa were enrace without feeling that there li a waiter In the centers most ued or asked the old (lino friend. acted ugulust It. and It was nn IlleCaut For Hia Love. "Merely witlsfylng un Idle curiosity." gal pursuit. Alleys were built, how. jasslid. New York World. "Did you ever really love nny girl pledge In this that what haa been dons replied Mr. Cumrox. "I'm trying to ever, us It could not be played nut of before you met inu?" asked the hcuutl already In the individual will yet b accompanied In the nation and th find out who I was ut my wife's re- doors during the winter, nnd the game fill one. Muilclan, John Bull th "No." replied the titled foreigner; race? P. W. Robertson. fsrw but those who have Mtudled mil- - cent costumo ball" Washington Star. flourished lu spite of opositlon. In vi.'Kl lilslory know Hint the name John the beginning of the eighteenth cen- "you nre the Hint girl I have ever Almost an Intuit, tury greens began to Increase, wblle known who bud money lu her own 'Hurl wu bono; by one of the most fa- Press Agent Miss De Htnr. I'm go- tbe alleys wcro rigorously nut nbso tight." Judge. iiiutiH tiiUKlflniiH of the hi x teen th con- perfect 'i Wlcl!!,f Celebrated tor "J rtllabllity nearly td'ytart. a hnrpslcbord ing to work up n story that your et lutely suppressed. It soon beeamo a iirj He wus uh fitinotiN I trery city and liwn In, Ue U"r'i .old thl Potnernulnn poodle swallowed nil your royul game, mid no gentleman's place Ills iluy ns I.lnzt wus u pliin- ' Canadaor by mallSend lor lic,taUiog direct. il,bier "J Just 80. Miss De Slur-Wany other make. sir. was complete without u bowling green 1h1. but us n conifioHcr be lackis thu diamonds. W On application aooihca aad holt a roturh "I like to see city employees busy r plmplrUa,aad.wbtnrcMited,qulcklycUcctt 1 all the time." rntlve power of I.ls.t, the result be. do you think I want people to thtuk I New York Press. W More tubtcribera than anr o OtTir Unit Hull Is pnii'lleiilly unknown to have only enough diamonds to nil a on a monuu n,,"r;;Trin.a "'. propaniei. "1 prefer seeing the Ore department m .V.Y,,.,aMB,4,i'.'". curative Uartana rr poodle? Chicago News. pattern., drea.ma.Imr,ulrdreMl rtliieiieral public today, even In Kiiknvy nedleworU, Herald. There Is always hope In a man that m Sa4(oilaauaplaft4t(Kt. MlwluTaai Bmui. Imirailna-millig5d alorlei. etc. OnlrM rl IdlKl. ictunlly and earnestly works In Idledouble). IncluJine; JWjjfgJll -Our doubts nre traitors nnd make us ness trc nloue U there perpetual despair. , or aend lr ....-- . Success too oarly achieved becomes m k)Ho the good we oft might win by lit; doubles bis troulle who bor. Carlyle. . millstone on tbe neck Of effort. fearing to ntlempt. Hliiikespenre. -'a lceoU,. Po.t.1 W.f rtirn lotitoi ww'h. Bpanlab Proveib. uiinmnwriin.."--w. 7 su ww ..a. mt m Mt d id tt U Siit Nf pu. t ;riii'4jJj- t - 4rK fart A rc lc wtclrl tin? IipsI wa Tiattael ewr: l"itr Jsrl: 1"-sb- m ti f" ni A C' Major i...,. rhautuorof "AhliMl UO' ILlut7 J. i"" lt"M fl .i,tnt nf lli of tut!'. flii'l ii.i-r.v- Hi" "f ,N ,",M' ,r '" " uniinlliisly Afrlcu.' Ilntnliion. nir-alf-b 3rn lw?a tr)i 4-r- i,.n V7fr S-- lr rsJ i; t'k4 a tra LOUISVILLE, KY. and original poultry south the Vi-n- ll !? 4 Tvrn;t. rsr cky5'. ao-ia- -- i. 1- lr kt ;r'rr lra a !' 11 keep - 5i4x a j"? ii s cbar-acterikt- t.-'- y ' ct itr- rJ ijaat SUPPLIES for I qol-ciK- I -- errI cbar-actriz- d - fol-I7- ." uf - ;ft )'.. - i srassvvs lat-i.ls-- iK . 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You can not keep posted on current events unless you read the Fearful Ordeal and His Narrow Escape. tween the Delaware and the I'cquot decide. , That Led Up to the 8lmple Words Too Profound For Hu ! man Understanding. Naming of Poughkeepsle. Q. Can there be two kinds of InfiniDuring the days when the Indians still held sway on the banks of the ties or two Infinite spaces? A. The writer of this question mut Hudson there was a fierce buttle be-- 1 The lnelder.tr. e j Security Life - A BATTLE WITH A MANEATER. The Wounded and Maddened Monster, In a Paroxysm of Dying Rage, Caught the Explorer In Hit Jaws and Shook Him .as a Terrier Would a Rat. COU WEEKLY )ER-JOURN- AL Louisville, Ky. HENRY WATERSON, Editor COURIER-JOURNA- L AND HARTFORD REPUBLICAN Both One Year for $1.50. Begular price of Weekly 1.00 a year. al Courier-Journ- al : We can also make a special rate on Daily or in combiSunday Courier-Journnation with this paper. X To Get Advantage of This Cut Rate, Orders Must Be Sent to Us, Not to Courier-Journa- l. . . T. ..-- - ..--.- . 4 OCTOBER - Bargain Offer During the Months of Octoberand November You Can Get '4 X ....... David Livingstone, tlio famous Afrl-caexplorer mid missionary, once bad n Mnguhtr encounter with a wounded lion that almost (tut nu end to the return knble career before It liad fairly begun. Hut the Htory must be unfamiliar to many persons who have never read Ur. Livingstone's books. The adventure occurred while ho was living among the Uakatlas, not far from the present town of Mafo-king- . This account is from his own narrative: The people of Mnbotsa were troubled by lions, which leaped into the cattle pens by night and destroyed their milk and draft animals. They even attacked the herds boldly by daylight, and although several expeditions against the wild beasts were planned the people had not the courage to carry them through successfully. It is well known that If one In a troop of lions is killed the others leave that part of the country. I therefore went out with the people to help them destroy one of the marauders. We found the animals on a small hill covered with trees. The men formed round it In a circle and gradually closed up. Being below on the plain with a native schoolmaster named I saw one of tlio lions sfttltig on a piece of rock. Ma balwe fired at him, and 'the ball hit the rock. The lion bit at the spot as a dog docs at a stick or stone thrown at him, and then, leaping away, broke through the circle and escaped. The Hakotlas ought to have speared him in bis attempt to get out. but tbey were afraid. When the circle was reformed we saw two other lions In It, but dared not fire lest we should shoot some of the people. The beasts burst through the line, and as it was evident the men could not face tbelr foes we turned back toward the village. In going round tbe end of the bill I saw a lion sitting on a piece of rock, about thirty yards off, with a little bush in front of him. I took good aim at him through the bush and fired both barrels. The men called out. "He is shot he Is shot!" Others cried, "Let us go to n NOVEMBER X X The Louisville Times v E3V f One Tear Sius Months MII - $3.00 ,1.75 the - And You Can Have : : HARTFORD REPUBLICAN In addition for one year, if jou will add 60 cents to the price named above for THE TIMES. THE LOUISVILLE TIMES is the best afternoon daily paper published in the South or West. Democratic in politics; fearless in all things. It prints ALL the news ALL the time. for subThis special bargain ofTer is good-onlscriptions sent to THIS PAPER inot to the Louisville Times)' during October and November y : : ! I saw tbe lion's tall erect in anger and said, "Stop a little till I load again!" I was In the act of ramming down the 'bullets" when I beard a shout, and, looking half round, I saw the Hon In the act of springing at me. He caught me by the shoulder, and we both came to the ground together. Growling horribly, he shook me as a terrier dog does a rat The shock produced a stupor like that felt by a mouse In tbe grip of. the cat It caused a sort of dreaminess. In which there was uo sense of pain or feeling of terror, nltbough I was quite conscious of what was happening. This placidity Is probably produced in all animals Killed by the camlvora, and. If so. It is a merciful provision of the Creator for lessening tbe pain of death. As he had one paw on the back of my head, I turned round to relieve myself of tbe weight and saw bis eyes directed to Mabalwe. who was aiming at him from a distance of ten or fifteen yards. The gun missed tire In both barrels. The animal Immediately left me to attack him and bit his thigh. Another mnu. whose life I had saved after ho had been tossed by a buffalo, tried to spear the Hon. upon which he turned from Mabalwe. and seized this fresh foe by the shoulder. At that moment the bullets the boast had received took effect, and he fell down dead. The whole was the work of a few moments and must have been his paroxysm of dying rage. In order to take out the charm from him the Dakatlas on the following day made a huge bonHre over the carcass, which was declared to be tho largest c or seen. Upsides crunching the bone Into splinters, eleven of his teeth had penetrated the upper pail of my arm The bite of a Hon resembles a gunshot wound. It Is generally followed by a great deal of sloughing and discbarge, and ever afterward pains are felt periodically In the part. I bad on a. tartan Jacket, which I believe wiped off the virus from the teeth that pierced the flesh, for my two companions lu the affray have both suffered from the usual paluB, while I have escaped with only the Incouveulence of a false Jolut tu my limb. Old China. The beauty of old china la often destroyed by brown spots which appear on the surface. An effective way to remove these Is to bury the dish In tbe earth, covering tt completely. Tbe darker spots require more time to remove them than tbe Hxhterones. This method will not harm tbe most delicate cblna. New York Telegram. himr i only. Send Subscription Order At Once, To Us No subscriptions Accepted for any terra except six mouths or one year. ' Universal. "There Is one thought which cobms dally to every man." "What's that?" "That nc thing Is too good for blna."-Oblc- ago Utcord-IIerald- . ; make Mtmer I will find a wax or oce.-- BIr Philip Slauojr. i win tribes. The former won, und among their captixes was a handsome young Not the oldest not I'cquut brave. He was offered his life If lie would swear allegiance to the the biggest but the Dela wares and he buiuded with their STRONGEST in surtribal ir.nrk-tl- io tin tie. He refused, plus security to policy and prepai.itloiis were then made to holders. kill hltn. As his enemies wcie on the Highest ratio of aspoint of doing this a .veiling Indian girl broke Into the circle and hedged for sets to liabilitiesamong his life. She In.d i.t one time- been a j all the established life I'equot, but had been captured by the insurance companies in Dclawaies and forced to Join their! America. Everything .. touching tribe. Her appeals wire absolutely guaranteed . that the warriors were debating the matter when the p.irty was attacked No estimates. by still another enemy, the Huron Indians. In the excitement the clrl cut her Iout's bonds, but the two found should carry a guaranthemselves In the n.ldst of a fierce batteed policy in tle and eventually became separated strong company. The young warrior escaped, but the girl was captund by a Huron chief. Determined to rescue her at any cost, the Pequot brave disguised himself as W. R. IIEDRICK, - Hartford. a medicine mini and entered the camp A. S. TANNER, - Owenstoro. of the Hurons. My some pretext h gained admission to the tent w here the girt was kept prisoner, and late at night they managed to escape In "the darkness. Their (light was soon discovered and pursuit began, but the young couple reached the river far HAVE YOUR SUITS enough In advance of their pursuers to embark in n canoe nnd push off from shore. They were still followed, but tho warrior was young and strong and succeeded in getting his little craft safely into n cove at the Junction of and Dyc-in- g the great river and a little stream entering Into It between two high, protecting banks, where they hid, and gives? Ladies jlater found a friendly tribe. Rejoicing that the place bad been a "safe harbor" for the girl and her Iov FOUR SOULS EACH. Cleaned er In time of peril, It was so designated In the Pequot tongue, the Indian equivRepaired. Today, Curious Beliefs of the Savages of West I alent being Africa. Work after having filtered through the Dutch West African religion is particularly and English tongues. It Is known as 1 Poughkeepsle. Ladles' Home Journal. generous to tho human beings, to each of whom it allots several souls, four Club $1.00 being tbe usual number. Only one is CURIOUS HERMIT CRABS. Immortal, however.. The others, though troublesome enough during tho ownThey Keep Housemaids, and Also Use er's life, cease to be at the same time Hartford Pressing Gltlfe, Sponges For Protection. as tbe body. They are the shadow ha 8 been said that crabs are as soul, the dream soul and tbe bush soul. It Y. M. C. A. BLDG.r One soul seems more than many of artful as "a barrow load of monkeys,'' and no one who has read Professor us can manage, but tho poor African HARTFORD, KYI Edward Step's "Messmates; A Book of has a bad time between tbe four of Strange Companionships In Nature,' them. He never knows when some will deny that there Is considerable enemy may plunge a knife into his truth In the remark. Amazing Indeed shadow, thus causing htm to sicken are Borne of tbe revelations which the and die, or when his bush soul, which professor makes regarding crabs. takes tbe form of an animal, may rush AND CURE LUNGS He relates for Instance, how the Into danger and get hurt, nnd, as for common hermit crab actually keeps a his dream soul, that Is particularly housemaid to clean out his house. troublesome, as It wanders from his WITH, When he first starts life this particu- body during sleep and runs tbe risk of lar species of crab hunts for some large being caught by witch traps. When shellfish's shell In which he can live this happens Its place Is often taken bt case, rent free. He usually chooses by a nasty stranger spirit called a a large whelk shell and Introduces a "slsa," which seems to have no other rKtvm Utt large seaworm. belongirig to what Is object but to cause misfortune and 3' TfkJ lotttt Frail i known as the "nereis" family and sickness to the being who forms Its ANDlUNfTntOUMEC. K which grows to a length of six 01 temporary habitation.1 atTABANTXSD 8 ATIBFAI eight Inches, to keep the Interior ol Most of the tribes have the Idea of OBuatoyggjftgyuffpjpa, tbe shell clean. The crab feeds hearti- an underworld after death, neither ly on sea creatures that wander carenor hell, but much tike the exheaven lessly Into the shell and throws tbe In isting world, only dimmer. Among the digestible parts of them about tbe Tschwl tribes this idea is well defined. floor. The nereis worm promptly eon Their shadow world has a name suuies these remains and keeps tbe srabmaiidayl and they even know the shell as clean as a new pin. way to the entrauce, which Is across Tbe artfulness of this crab, too, ir the Volta river. This place has Its strikingly illustrated by tbe lngeulour markets. Its town and Its Interests, but manuer lu which he protects himself everything Is felt In a more indistinct against tbe large fish which look upon way. him as an excellent article of food Sometimes be Induces a spouge to Meat For Jurymen. grow ou his shell. Sponges In a llvtnc At one time it was the common duty .'SBWtT PVt'lft taWr strong odor, which condition give out a of both the plaintiff and defendant In is distinctly unpleasant to fish, and for to provide ml J mwr A even n dogfish will not attack a crab an actionempaneled torefreshments from try It. nnd the Jury protected lu this manner. this arose the practice (which survivSmvem ed until 1870) of deuylug them "meat, Two Kinds of Snobs. Nothing la more Important us drink or fire" while deliberating upon An Interesting sense history Is that the Aome than clear, steady their veidlet Later ou it became uu-a- l light insure this by getting of tho word snob, a term of obscure for the person In whose favor the the OU uiai ourns ciear anu origin, In Its earliest use. In 1871, mean verdict was given to offer the Jury a clean without a flicker down t the last drop. rcnnsyWanla. Ins n shoemaker or cobbler. Now dinner and sometimes a guinea or so crude oil reflned to perfection there is a distinction betwecu the Hug-lls- for their trouble. This practice led to on Costs no more than the a and the American use of snob kind saves iMONKl' io much abue that It was found neceaves WORK saves eyes. distinction due to the Influence of urls essary to pass a law prohibiting it Your dealer lias SOUTH OU. tocratlc as compared with democratic Loudon Graphic. In barrels direct Horn oug works. traditions. An English snob Is a man who falls short of the perfect nrlsto Chas. C. Stofl Oil Cf. Garrick's Wit. crat through a taint of democratic vul David Garrlck on one occasion passgarlty. An American snob Is a man LealsvUIe. Uy, liugu crowd was1 asRefinery at "Warren. X. who falls short of the perfect demo-crr- t ed Tyburn as a a sembling to witness tho execution of "We soil the celebrated "N through a taint of aristocratic Carta" Auto OU. 4 criminal. "Who Is he?" asked the New York Post great actor of a friend who accompanied hlin. Canalboat Travel Before Railroads. 'T believe his name Is Vowel." was THC So prodigiously good wan the eating the reply. EVVtNC and drinking on board these sluggish "Ah." said Garrlck, "1 wonder which but most comfortable canalboats that of tho vowels be Is. for there aro sevMACHtNIt op there are legends extant of an English eral. At all events It Is certain that It traveler who. coming to Belgium for u Is neither D nor 11" quality; week and traveling In one of these vessels, was so delighted with tbe fare Scientific Problems. there that he went backward and for"Much energy Is not utilized. There NOT ward from Ghent to Bruges all the ought to be some way of conserving OLD limbs' "Eug-Hs- u the rays of the sun." rest of his llfe.-Fr- om UNDER Eccentrics." look at all tbe energy that "Yes. and ANY goes to waste In chewing gum. If wo OTHER Setting Him Right could only harness tbe gum chewers, NAME. "I suppose the titled personage you Post say you are going to marry is mentionWARRANTED FORALLTWEU ed In tho Almanach de Gotha?" said , Well Trained. the Inquisitive newspaper man. If you purchase tbe NKVV .HOME yon wd& to go shooting to- have-- life Hunston-I- 'd like "No, Indeed." retorted tbe lovely acasset a t llw Jrc y ou pay, a n4 anSi' got dog that noUiavijaneodJeMshaJaoX repairs. tress. "Of course he ain't lu no al- morrow If I could only b, n I'll let was well trained. Ethel-Omanac. Do you think he's a Joke?" you take Dottle. 'then. She can stand Cleveland Plain Dealer. on her bead, and shako bands, and play dead, and say prayers, and do lota Her Verdict put tbi down as of things. Puck. Husband You can settled If I ever get out of It yon will Poor Sowing. never catoh me In matrimony again. "There's a fellow who Is hoping for. If you depend on me crop failure." for reference. Philadelphia Ledger. ImLwK. 'That seems unusual. What has he of grit carries lu bis very sown J arr Te bbd is vna.KuitaMlDKinacLlD.wrlt "Wild oats." Louisville presence a power which coutroht and eortaUttcatalojue twfOrs you purcbam commands. Old Saying. tragi, Swing Madfe e e - Tho nearest star Is distant twenty-fivtrillion miles. Write a row of units 111111... to tbe star and let each unit represent one mile; then the distance represented by u line of l's. twenty-fivtrillion miles long, sub-- 1 merges all human powers of Imaglna tlon. But write a row of 'izri.. twen trillion miles long: then the number of tulips rnnrnspntfil would ho twice as great. Then write a row of OOOOfin... equally long, and the distance expressed would be nine times as great as that represented by the l's. But no human can think of the distance expressed by the l's. Let the first row of figures extend twenty-liv- e trillion or fifty or a thousand trillion miles to the east: then a row could be ! extended toward the west Many millions of years would be required to write tbe long rows. Suppose that you write O's both wnys during a thousand million years each. Then the distance In miles would be thinner than a spider's thread when compared to an Infinite distance. There are possibly fifty persons now living able to think one new thought They arc the mighty of the earth, and aro all transcendent mathematicians. Not one of these even tries to begin to think of Infinity or eternity. They all Only tbe superficial know better. strive to think of tho two words, so my questioner must answer his own question, for I cannot even hope to secure a glimpse, lasting a thousandth part of one second, of tho meaning of one of tbe following list of words: Mind, space, time, duration, Infinity, eternity, beginning, end, space and electrons. Edgar Lucicn Larkln In New York American. Insurance Co. this Cleaned i Pressed Repairing neatly done. work special attention. Hats and called for and delivered. rate month. I per I KILLthk COUCH the I .King's " New. Disconm HEftl Eye ML tlwLmmpOllthM ". '.VC7!VA1 1 tanfc-trae- NEW HOME eh?"-Pittsb- urgb a TfeNiw Ban d, other party does not necesaarUy qualify him for a county off Ice. Don't voto merely because the rooster, log cabin KalmrJ rcor.1lnR to law at the rottofflc or any device heads your ticket. You rtforti, Ky.. o.'mull mutter ot the econd ahouWl ote for the beet man. My that mentis alone can you dlschnrgD your duties as a good citizen. C. VI. BARNETT, Editor & Proprietor nil communications Address ffhc Hartford Republican. .Ohio county Is the ony county in to the State that ever sent a man to the penitentiary for chicken stealing. Last vvesk It added tho second senNOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS tence. We believe in chickens hero Halmcrttore !ilrln the lnirr oeiit to n new and the industry Is one of our most ddrr-moot cite the oM nddreM In iimklnR tbt profitable. It must I protected ns rnjtxwt. well as nny other. For many jears Tlnrnllcltnl mnnnxrlpt" will not be returned chicken stealing was looked upon BDlemnccomimnleil lr postage. will receive no about like watermelon u'lintlorliig. Anooytnoun cotmunnlcntloii ttDtlIi. Of late, however, they have been too valuable to ndmlt of so much liberty. Hartford Republican. ELLIS CONFESSES KILLING HIS WIFE Cincinnati Merchant Says Victim Was "Best Little Woman in World." Chicago, 111., October 27. William t, ('. Ellis, tho Cincinnati leather who was found wounded yes terday In a Chicago hotel room whore lay the body of his wife, confessed to a coroner's Jury today that he killed her. Ho was ho'tl to the grand TXSFUOITB. jury accused of murder. After a Silver !.3 At ne.t Tuesday's election there with membeni of his wife's will t)c submitted to the voters of family, Ellis abandoned his assertion, .. Kentucky two Constitutional Amend- made at first to the police, Fill DAY, OCTODEIl 31. that ments, both of which wo believe the tragedy was the School Taxes. of a suiresult One empowers cide pact. should be adopted. School tnes for Hartford White He assumed th entire tho Legislature to change tho taxing blnnie for tho ki ling and tluvotid his Graded Common School District No. 3ystcm; while the other penults the statement to obliterating the im- 1, arc now due. It not paid before vvorklnjj of State com lets upon the pression, glen In his first Interview Xov. 1, KH3, n poiialt of 0 per highways. This latter amendment we with the police, that jealous) was cent will be added. EMS t . 3 have endorsed for a. number of years, the cause of the crime. Hartford School Hoard, and believe It should be adopted T. II. BLACK, Collector. Kills, suffering from a btJflet wound lltl. without a dissenting vote. Our roads In his chest nnd from cuts on his need tho work of tho convicts, and wrist and throat, in nu To the Voters of Hartford Magis-- j they need the outdoor life, which attempt to commit suicide, terial District. after killthis employment would Xurnlsh them, ing his wife, listened almost As clrcuuis'aiues all day bi.ond in eon-- , may enjoy God's pure nlr to testimony In where they the coroner's court. tra' linvo preented me from swing and sunshine, saving tho life of many His confession was mado In few ou iiersonally and presenting my a poor man who dies within the words. claims, tnko this method of call prison walls from consumption, "I elio' my wife," he said. "I sup- ing your attention to my cnudldao brought on by clcso confinement, pose my mind must disaffectthe REPUBLICAN TICKET sleeping in dark, damp colls. Dcsldcs ed. I was worried hae beenbusiness for .Magistrate In askingHartford supover your trict. 1 am not It will stop compet tlon of convict troubles and tho state of my health. port Just bceauso I am the DemoFor Representative X. B. White. labor with free labor. Tho tax amend- - I want to say that my wire was tho cratic nominee. Hut I htaml for n grandest little woman in the world hearty !" between the )mo- For County" Court Clerk'-Cl- kde cry much study, lias been endorsed ami the most virtuous. There was no pie and the Fiscal Court, and I Blankcnship. by tho chairmen of tho Democratic, between us. Sho coufcln't do Hove that In caring Jor our roads For County Attorney C. E. Smith. Progressive and Republican State anything wrong. and bridges wc should follow the For Sheriff S. O. JJeown. Committees, and no doubt should be "She was In bed when I shot her. old adage that "A stitch in time For Jailer W. P. Jlldkiff. adopted. Sho dd not know what 1 was going saves nine." For School Supt. Henry Leach. to do. I dlil not have any Intention I jtfcdgo mjself, If elected, to use For Assessor D. K. Ward. THEY HAVE OUR CONSENT. of doing this when I came to Chicago. my influence to have a financial Surveyor C. S. Jloxley. For shot her first and gashed her after- statement of the county made and "By. all means let us have a look For Coroner Dr. A. B. Riley. published each year. In conclusion, at the officeholders' books in this ward with a knife." Ellis, almost in eollaie, begged toyiet me say If jou itliink I nm the county, regardless of the objection Magisterial D!st. Xo. 1 Ed Shown. of The Hartford Republican." Hart- take farewell of his wife's body. He man to serve you as Mnelstate. I Magisterial DIst. Xo. 2 Sam Leach. was a'lowed to do so and pressed will appreciate your support, but if Magisterial Dist. Xo. 3 L. A. McDaniel ford Herald you think either of my opponents Xow The Hartford Republican has his lips rujitatedly to her face. Magisterial Dist. Xo. 4 Geo. Rowe. From testimony today it appeared will serve you better, it is your duty not the slightest objection to any Mag. Dist. Xo. 5 Wlnson Smith. to vote for him. Magisterial Dist. Xo. 6 W. S. Dean. man, woman or child, white or black, tliat Ellis, who Is 47 years old, Respectfully, in Ohio county having a look at tho his wife, who was a beautiful woman Magisterial Dist. Xo. 7. B. F. Rice. T. F. TANNER. books. Magisterial Dist. Xo. 8 The Editor of the Herald twelve years youuger than himself, (Advertisement.) knows also that every book r nubile Wednesday night and remained for For Constable Fordsvllle Maglster- - document kept by ever" official in many hours with the corpse, making Notice. to kill Ohio county Is and always has Tjeen several Ineffectual efforts ial District Dean Kirk. open to tho inspection of any and himself. J. E. Johnson, Ccntertown R. F. Mrs. ET.W body will be taken to D. No. 1, has been apiolntcd a depeveryone. The old threadbare worn CITY .TICKET. uty game and fish worden for Ohio out cry raised by tho Hartford Her- - Cincinnati by her brother-in-laTor Mayor C. 0. Hunter. aid about having a look at the books ''''"'P C. Fosdlck, who came rrom Jit county and gives notice that ho inFor Police Judge Otto C. Martin . . U tu .t11 In s- "u uuio city for that purpose. Neither tends to enforce the Jaw without, '. For Councltaien S. A. Bratcher, . ""f '" . ,aKl u,al UI recorus ot lie Circuit he nor Mrs. Ellis' cousin. .Morris R. fear or favor. John W. Taylor, T. H. Black, M. W Court Clerk, County ( u. Clerk, Eversole, who lives at Chicago ,took S. T. Barnett, W. Barnard, C who Is cusoU..:i 1 the records of any steps to procure counsel or oth Good Road Maxims. Soblcinmer. 'jUio Fis-liJMt; the County Judge er aid Tor Ellis, saying that their solo Don't cuss the mudholes, clean e id t.u Shu-ifi- ; Bi tho County Treasur-- interest was In the murdered woman. the ditches. ECfls .was .taken to the bureau of (Don't despise sand-o"a- y construcRoosevelt seems to be carrying ev- - ' Xl1'- - Joln T. Moore is a good Democrat, and keeps a record of the identification and then returned to tion because It is cheap. cryiilns his way over in Brazil. Don't consider tho feet of a good . innances or the county, and these the House of Correction Hospital. We had a safe and.eane Fourth of record8 may bo seejJ at the Bank of engineer a useless extravagance. The Danger After Grip. uo a.a.c a uC "" Don't think that a bond Issue Is Hartford, wo are sure, with any ex- 4mne Halloween. planatloii which the Treasurer can lies often in a run down system., going to liquidate Itsclr. Safeguard Weakness, nervousness, lack of ap- the sinking fund. it now seems certain that Sulzer make. with Don't believe that a good road once instead of making general accusa- petite, energy and ambition, will give Tammany more trouble out tions and resorting to veiled hints, disordered liver and kidneys oftei" built will stay there forever. e of office than in. why don't the Herald show how the rollow an attack of this wretched disfor maintenance. ease. The greatest need then Is ElecIr. Pankhurst lias had her way. county Indebtedness arose, If It Is Don't Ijook upon nil roads alike. She is 'n America, VJiut Is finding through graft or defalcation, or due tric Bitters, the glorious tonlc.blood Improve your main traveled roads her reception rather wlnierlsh. to tho fact that the money has been purifier and regulator of stomaeh.llv- - first and attend to the byways later. er and kidneys. Thousands nfo' have Don't think that a good load can raps Improperly sicnt in any way. It is proved The Hartford-Herald-gethey wonderfully be built anywhere. Ho that extremely unfair to tho officials of sure our le our Democratic city council (for passstrengthen the nerves, build up the catlno Is right and then go ahead. ing a prohibition tariff tax on fresh Ohio county, against none of whom iiystom and restore to health and can nny accusation of dishonesty ibe Don't forget that proper drainage meat. truthfully made, Tor the Herald to good spirits after an attack of Grip. is tho first, second, third and thirty-sevent- h Take in your porch chairs and Indulge in these brood insinuations, If suffering, try them. Only CO cents essentia,! to a good road bed. Sold and perfect satisfaction guaranswings and fasten your gates tonight. simply for iolltlcal effect. Don't fall to house your ro.ul maThis teed by all druggists. m There Is always something doing on miner showed last week by Democrat chinery during tho winter. Why tiauowcen. ,10 testimony that more than half or should road tools bo allowed to rust TiTeich Indians Farming. out simply because they belong to county lntlebtcu9 handed The Prog7esstes"maycarry Lou-!'"- 0 Washington, Oct. 27. An exiiert or the county. Larue llown by tI,c Iast """? Democratic Co. Herald. iBvldc, but there Is not much danger tho office of farm management. Deof the election returns showing up alI1'stralIon. and concerning this partment or Agriculture, Is now at For Sale or Rent. matter, tho Herald this week Is as with a majority on their side. . silent as the tomb. If tho Herald tho Chllorco Indian Sshool, Oklahoma My residence on Washington street, next to Baptist church 9 rooms, Mrs. I'aiikhurst Is us much a crlm- - has a case why does It not make It making a thorough study of the croploal as the McXamaras Tho only dlf- - out? The jwojilo of Ohio county be- - ping s) stems In use by wlilto larmers electric lights, hot and cold run-lerence being that thej are men and llevo in fair play, and biich tactics who lease tho 3000 acre3 or agricul ning water in bath and kitchen. land belonging to that institu- good barn. Kejs at Dr. Tnppan's. exploded the boms in America. jwlll not make any votes lor the tural tion, with a view to working out a 1J'f. T. R. BARNARD. If Gov.'.McCrearF'don'r make a l"esent Democratic ticket, and only lliasl, He fact that tho Herald's better showing building his political fences than he did road workljig i,0 su"l,01t ls n'"'o deadly than silence "su'"i "i'osinou mignt ue, had as well oult the Senatorlnl ment" now. IKO-aciiur-chaneon-feren,vs-t- more scientific plan oj crop rotation. William J. Splllman of the office nnd his experts are working in rftoso with the Indian Bureau officials. The primary punwc h to the give the Indians who attend t'hllot'ui trliool the udvnntugo of a n pra.Uoal Illustration of the asrlcultur.il methods compared with the methods usually emplujo.l. Theie has been no Aor serious coiiilnt regarding the cro;pliiS systems cniplo)ed by the white farmers who lease this land In tracts, bejoiul the fact thnt cah man goes his own way. Tli farm manage- mont experts will work out a oa-tPi- n of crops for each of the leased with the t'hlloe--'- o farms and and othor Indian schools In ovir way possible In an elfoit to bring about Improved conditions. best-know- OUR BOYS' Wearing apparel consists of good, substantial materials made up in an honorable way with style, shape and patterns that conform to the age and life of our growing young men. V OUR BOYS' SUITS In Norfolks and Double Breasted, J. & P's. in a range of patterns and prices that any ' O self-inflict- boy may be satisfied. Suits of character, suits that lifl a boy's mind to higher ideals, suits that increase his pride and lead him to understand that proper dress plays an important part in making the right kind of man. to remind you that )'our Hal and Shoes are as noticeable as your suit. We have hats and caps suitable to all purposes. Our assortment of Boys Shoes for Dress, School or Work, each made to suit its special purpose, are here in 1 We beg " "!. !! great variety. 1 Your Underwear, Shirts and Collars, Ties, Hosiery and Sweaters have not been forgotten, but everything you need for a complete outfit is all in our store. Boys, bring your mothers in and look our line over. kill E. P. Barnes & Bro. BEAVER DAM, KY. TE5m-VED "" ti. 1 al I YOU WONT HAVE u. iw, KKK Coming ANYTHING You BUY FROM VS. VE JELL C0QD SHOES-J- C CANT AFFORD RAH at A WWW 1'ro-vid- To MI5REPEESEMT ftCUf" ' An Appeal to Voters. YOU CAN KICK ALL YotV WANT IN THE Quite that Bad. Kentucky's Stnto debt Is much Judge Ralph S. Latshaw squelched. worse than that of Oh'o county and .growing at an enormous rate under in Kansas City tho other day, an control. In tho language 'elplent movement against tho close- of the linrtford Herald, let us look fitting skirt with a slash. "Narrow skirts don't mean Immor at the books. ality," said Judge tatshaw "One of GOO Wireless telegraphy had about til ft lllflwt lolnila niuiiJio umi. i.il.nr. " more lives added to ,,s credit when , , the Voltumo burned at sea last week. , ..Vvi,.. 11 IIUU WU3 ...J, At least ten other vessels answered considered lUitlUJIIUVJ immodest for a woman to iho distress call from a'l directions arrange her colffuio so as to show and hastened to the rescue. her ears. Wo have advanced. "w "avo advanced, but we haven't As wo "go "to" press with this Issuo five davs before tho election, both ' advanced as rar as tho Jokesmtths cartoonists would protend. parties are claiming the best or It " 'Doctor,' said a pretty girl so in the county racw, but It looks to U8 as though tho ontlro Republican "'"s Ho latest Joke 'doctor, 1 want or fusion ticket will bo 4'.ectcd lyUu to vaccinate- me, please, where won't show.' from 20Q to 400 majority. " rT, "'Humph,' said tho grufr doctor. 7, Wilson and Bryan are fixing to .j BU(lgH ou. ,, n smash tho Monroe doctrine through ' Grimily then.' ' ' their com to of procrustlnatlon In, dealing with Mexico. Thoy don't want Jocratic idea of Tariff ro- to do anything and yet want other! T,, " ls t( urra,W tor tho jwymcut natlons to keep hands off. The'.Mon-- v bounty to Europe roe doctrine carries with It certain," ,an 's "0 ""uor tnat tno jmrty has responsibilities. -- ,,..eKoted but two pruldeu(s in more ! Tho more foet that a man bclontfs than half a century. St. Louis Globe--0 I the Rn'Ubllcan, Deuiotratic or uny Dsmoirat. Not 'hooi,t8 'il (' uu " 'n"till 1Z 1 i mm sr a. mv tw. Since receiving the Democratic nomination for County Court Clerk at the August 1 i..:. 1 miiHiy, 1 nave seen and talked with as many of tho voters aB 1 could. But owing to the short time I have had to work, it will bo impossible to see ovorv voter in the county. 1 now beg to submit mv claims to tho will of the voters and promfco if elected that 1 will faithfully discharge tho duties of the oflico and treat everybody with courtesy uul givo prompt attention to all rM"i.i6ir. i:saKmi v busincFs of tho ollioo. taaga'fctgwaffijj 1 SHOES WE JELL, BlT YoV WILL NEVER KICK AT THEM, BECAl SE oVU FOOTWEAR THE MoJT .STYLISH MADE, BUT THE MOJT COMFORTABLE AND DURABLE, THAT CAN BE BOUGHT. WE ARE NOT 1 r J NOT ONLY HALFBACK, BUT WE ARE FULL BACK OF EVERY PAIR WE JELL, WITH OUR MONEY AND OUR REPUTATION. WE FOLLOW THI-POLICY, NOT ONLY IN OUR .SHOE DEPARTMENT, BUT IN EVERY DEPARTMENT IN OUR STORE. CARSON & CO. INCORPORATED, I M-- i J. B. RlJNFItQW. Hartford, Kentucky. yfnifmrnK" Kf (.'f'tiTV ixjvriimv'i w .AiT. Why, of Course! The newest and latest Mrs. Ike Sanderfur returned homo Tuesday after an extended visit to relatives at Beaver Darn and y. v oattn Mr. Gooduell lias returned homo from Knoxvlllo, where he has. bocn the guest of his sister, Mrs. A. I The B Old Reliable Mitchell Wagon -- I H things in COAT SUITS 1 3 MfE$r7a SMI A and CLOAKS are what you want. Now the folks who care usually know where to find these NEW THINGS. s- --ZiFmiiVMrt JifJl j.mmm COME TO w - www ill J'-W- I Every week adds a few of the latest novelties to our Ready-to-WeUS. ar Department, so if you are really interested, you had better save a 1 it2M. McCall Patterns . time and money by coming direct to our store, where you will not only find Skirt Ready-to-We- ar the Waist Price, 5561, 15 cents each. best line of garments Goods, Silks, but a house brim full of fine Dress Wool Materials, etc. McCall patterns carried in stock. Painstaking salesladies to give you any information in regard to the making, etc. Don't forget this, and remember that It Pays to Trade With a House That Saves You Money. . Hartford Republican.! "" . " " "- - . visiting .; J- - A- - purr, ot Nelson Kr is at Sulphur Springs at The Republican t this FRIDAY, OCTOUER 31. week. Mr. E. R. Evans, of Renfrow, was h '- ., r - J Mrs. A. D. Rowe, Ccretcr-tow- n, paid our office a pleasant visit at Hartford, Ky. while In town yesterday. L. ft N. time card effective Monday Mrs. Fleetwood Ward and Mrs. Aug. 2t8t. lies Ward, route 3, Hartford, returnNo. 112 North Bound due 7:19 a. m. ed Monday from a visit in Owens-bordally except Sunday. No. 114 North Dound due 1:16 p. m. returned Mrs. Mllllo A. Bennett dally except Sunday. Saturday from Irviugton, where she No. 115 South Bound due 8:45 a. m. had been the guest of Mrs. Delia Galloway' dally except Sunday. No. 113 South Bound due 1:46 p. m. For Sale Saw mlH outfit complete, dally except Sunday. i planer, brick and UJu machine. ReaH. E. MISCHKE. Agt. sonable terms. BEAN BROS., Hart12tC ford, Ky. Mr. M. H. & E. Railroad Time Table a pleasant caller 'office yesterday. and o. Rev. B. W. Mrs. Maggie Cirlffln returned homo iM. K. Church, last week from Elisor. caller at Mr. John oLUULti, 01 near Hart- morning. ford, Is very 111 of typhoid fover. Mr. John W. Mr. JoliifColeman, or 'Louisville, Mr. John W. Uie week. was in tortn Uie first of Old newspapers for sale at The Jlppubllcan office. Big bundle for a Napier, lwistor of the Hartford, was a pleas-lathis ofllce Tuesday nt 'ilckel. ltf. f Mrs." J. "w.Ford alid" Miss Mary Rowo returned homo Saturday from Owensboro. WANTED Doctofor druggist for established location. Address Doctor, this office the Woman's Club at 1W2 Mrs. Z. Wayno Griffin entertained her home lost Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Hello Cooper has accepted a position In Miss I'opplq Nail's Millinery establishment. Mr. nndMrs. Johu W. Sanderfur, route 3, Hertford, vcro pleasaut callers at this office Monday. It will pay you to seo our now line of Fiour and get prices at R. L. DEVER & CO., Hartford, Ky. 14t4. of LouisMr. GreioryWeddliis. ville, was U10 guett of his father, Judge R. R. Wedding, recently. , Mr. James Saiwlerlur, of Owens- -' vllle, Ind., is the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs, J. I'. Sanderfur. Mr. J allies "Hudson Jtft yesterday afternoon for Kronen, Ky., where ho will visit relatives lor a few days. y Mrs. K. T. Williams returnod Tuo3-Jlawhere sho from Bremen, Ky., yiaftcd her akter, Mrs. V. T. Whlt- tuk'er. '. ' Idra. Owen Hunter, and Miss Anna J.il'atton left Tuesda tor Loxlng- t.on Ky., to attend tho Grand Lodge of the Kastorii Star of Kentucky, us representatives of the Harford odge. Taylor, the barbo, has Taylor, the barber, has shop, which adds lery much to the appearance. Mrs. 7.. Wayne Ellis and children, of Sturgls, Ky., aro the guests of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Gioer, of near Beda. Moving picture shows every Friday and Saturday nights at Dr. Beans opera houso. Now songs and new pictures. Admission 10c. A visitor arrived at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Faught. route 4, Hartford, October 1U, n girl Juanlta Chloris Faughf. MUSIC LESSONS Mrs Virgil Elgin will give music essons at tho homo of Mrs. C. I. Keowu on Tuesdays and Frldajs. Terms $3.00 per month. t2. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Bean and llt-tl- o daughter, Margaret Elizabeth, of Sulphur Springs, who have bcon visiting relatives In EvunsvltV) for a week returned homo last Sunday. who Mr. A. "lleLlfof Oivonsboro, has been visiting dila sister nud brother, Mr. and Mrs. J. 11. WHllanis for tho past ten das, has returned home. Mr. and Mrs. II. 12. Mtsshko left Tuesday for Owensboro, whero Mrs. Mlachlso I15U hcta under treatment and operation of physician for suv-eial dujs. YOU'LL LOOSE MONEY, If jou huv a homo in Hartford IwJorc you sto me. Will be glad t show ou tho house, any time. Will rnualn in J. B. TAITAN, Hartford. Jeweler and Optician. ! McFce. When In Hartford call lit our new Grocery and Feed Store. R. L. DEVER & CO., 1U4. Hartford, Ky. Mrs. Orvllle Bennett, of Lawton, Okla., who nas been the guest of nthor, Col. T. J. Smith, will re turn to her home Saturuay. SeatH wlfl bu on sale at tho Ohio County Drug Comiany for the Roland A. Nichols entertainment at College Hall next Tuesday oenlng. Mr. and Mrs. Author Faiiqlit, who have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Fnught, returned to their home In Vlnccnncs, lud., last week. Mr. E. I'. Moore, of tho firm of V. H. Moore & Son, butchers, was In Owensboro, Thmsday, tp attend a meeting of the District Board of Stewarts. NOTJCLi muu over .j0 Looks loaned out, and would be bind If the borrowers would bo so Kind as to return them at once. J. NEY FOSTER, Hartford, Ky. It. Moving pleturo shows and Illustrated songs at Dr. Bean's opera houso every Friday and Saturday nights. New songs nnd now pictures, and a fine ovonlng's entertainment for 10c. Roland "X" Nichols, tho famous lrctuicr who educated Harold Boll Vr!j,ht tho nuthor, will Jccturc at the College Hall Tuesday evening, under auspices of Hartford College Lyceum course. Rough iflver Lodge No. 110, Knight of I'ythlas held an enthusiastic meeting Tuesday night. This was the first meeting hold in s2oral weeks, on account of Uie seero hot weather. Rough River Iodge will do Borne things this winter. A goat supper Is being scheduled for a meeting at an early date. Tho National meeting of tho A. S. of E. will bo hqld in Owensboro, Ky., December 8 and 9. Delegates from many counties in Kentucky and many states In the Union will bo present, and Owensboro and Kentucky aro fortunate in this place being selected as tho scene of the National convention. Gov. McCrcary appointed Chas. V. Mullckln of McIIenry, Notary Public for Ohio county last week and Mr. Mullekin camo to Hartford Wednes- .day and executed .bond in the sum of $1000. Mr. Mullekin has had nine 'years' experience in a clerk's office, and for that reason Is well qualified for the place. Rev. Roland A. Nichols, who lectures at College Hali next Tuesday night, was hero last year and gave the greatest satisfaction of any number In the Hartford College course, and he Is expected to have a capacity houso next Tuesday night, even though that night will call away many people who want to receive the election returns. The Literary Club, which .was organized by several Hartford ladles some months ago. Is doing splendid work, and their members aro very enthusiastic about their club. They have added a very .large circulating library to their club troin tho State Library Commission, and this Is adding much interest and doing good and causing a largo Interest. The Republican office will bo open next Tuesday nlglit to glvq and receive the returns trom tho election In Ohio county. Those having returns will please call this office, and every posslblo convenience will bo arranged to handlo tho Immense crowd on that night, and returns will he anCall nounced as soon as received. Tho Republican to give returns from your precinct. Elder W. B. Wnght, or tho First Christian Church, delivered two ex cellent sermons at his church here Sunday morning and evening.. In one of Dr. Wright's sermons ho preached upon tho consolidation of all of tho churches, and showed what might ho easily accomplished if all of tho churches would got together tor tho work of the Master, and let the doctrine business alone. Many favor- ablo comments aro heard concerning Dr. Wright's sermons. Circuit court" adjourned yesterday morning, after having been In session ten days. No largo cases were tried, and Uie business transacted lor this term of court was less than In several years. Tho grand Jury adjourned on Wednesday alter having return Indictments. The com ed thirty-si- x monwealth vs. Estill Wlnchcll for erdlct lclllliiK his faUier. trial nnd s. Dan JIIium, o? acquittal. Com'th. for housebreaking, tried, and verdict of guilty, sentenced from from 0110 ' to flvo years. was sTatedln tho Hartford Herit ald Uils week that Elder W. 11. ll f Flret Christian Wright, Church, of Hartford, was going 10 Icuvo Hartford, and that he preaali- od his fitrowcU Bormon last Sunday. Tho Republican .is, asked to nato V. 'vi hr THE WAGON WITHOUT AN EQUAL. Has been sold in this territory for near on to 20 years and a premium is offered for any Mitchell Wagon that is worn out. Prices right. Send us your inquires and we will make you a price laid down at your nearest railroad station. TURLEY CO., R Owensboro. Ky. T. J. e2issaita MKaMMHBHHHHHMHia: that Elder Wright djd not deliver his FRAUDS ON INDIANS farewell sermon last Sunday. While he will move from Hartford to Dawson Springs in a short time, yet he TOLD AT CONCLAVE will tontlnuq as pastor of. the Hartford Christian Church until January 1, 1914, if not ionger. Mack Johnson, a colored boy on route 3, Hartford, had an unusual experience this week. Last winter .Mack put out a box, fixed up to catch rabbits, and after the rabbit season was ovdr ho nevgr went to the trap nnv ninro. nnd a fow Iav mro he Jwas passing the' trap and thought he would examine It. When he made his examination, he found that instead of a large bunch of rabbits there was a very fine hive of bees In it, and they had made many pounds of honey. He took the rabhlt trap to his home, and ,the bees are perfectly contented and conUnue to make more honey. no daty as cheap. as it over was. You may hate your: becomo a law, but there is on smiles, and happiness is Cioctaw Attorney Exposes Plot To Cheat Tribes of Millions. Mohonk Lake, N. ?., October 23. Divergent views of the capabilities of tho Amcircan Indian started a de bate today that In one form or anotlk er will reach Congress, it marked the opening of the annual conference of friends of the Indians and other dependent peoples. Some of the delegates boVeved that Uie Indian still was a child and that the Federal Government had grossly neglected him'. Others, apparently a minority, dedpred that some of the Indian tribes should be released altogether from government supervision, left to take the responablllity of their welfare and pay th'o price If they failed. There was expressed also an urgent demand for taking Indian affairs out of politics and putting thorn In care of a nonpartisan commission. .The five civilized tribes of Oklahoma were Uie Indians mainly discussed. Daniel Kelsey, superintendent of the Union Indian agency at Muskogee, described how these Indians .were defrauded of their valuable lands. He urged that physicians be stationed In ,Uio Indian to check the spread of contagious diseases. P. J. Hurley, national attorney for the Choctaw Nation, one of the flvo bribes, denounced the Jand Jnjerests that were defeating tho efforts to have Congress distribute $10,000,000 belonging to the Choctaws and Chlck-asaw- s and derived from tho sa'lo 'of their lands. The fai'uro to distribute these moneys, ho asserted, was persons duo to attorneys hired b who hoped to benefit' by iprovlug citizenship In the Chootaw and Chickasaw nations if the government should reopen Uio tribal rolls. Such citizenship was worth from $500 to $8000, ho said, and if tho rolls were reoieued somo attornoys would make thousands of dollars because they havo taken claimants' cases on fees of from 23 to 50 per cent. con-Ungc- nt A Card. poor let in life and envy tho man. with the mansion and tho limousine, but everywhere there are poorer soafer who envy you your lot, and crfpptedt creatures who envy you your straight, limbs. Cheer up. AH fat girls are thankful that tfwjr are not thin and all thin girls ara thankful that they. aro not fat. When people know a man &exs some money it costs him more Cuts ho's got to live up to the reputatKrar. If a man was as good as he wairta his wife to be, Old Satin would bare to close up Hades House for Iaclt oC boarders. it Is hard to make a loser bdirvR-- i that the cards were not stacked. Tho reason . a man gets excHad when he sees a ialr of corn-fa- il calves through a skirt is because te knows he ought not to see them. Cincinnati Enquirer. i. , -- TO THE VOTERS OF OHIO COUNTY. At tho close of the counjty cainpaigr I want to urge, our Republican voters to turn out to the election next Tues day and vote for all Uie nominees of our itarty. Our ticket is made up of callable, honorable men, everyone of whom Is worthy the support of Uie most conscientious voter. Tho Republican candidates have made a clean race and each of them can meet his defeated opponent the morning after the election and offer him a clean hand. I am proud to Jiave tho public say that none of our candidates, nor this committee, has circulated, or countenanced tho circulation, of any scurrilous reports on any of their Democratic opponents. Tho election of the entire Republican ticket by several hundred majority Is as certain as any future event can bo and we urge very Republican In the county to come out to Uie election Tuesday and vote for the enVery truly, tire ticket. J. II. THOMAS, Ch'm'n. Rep. Co. Cam. Com. When you have a bad cold you w aut tho best medicine obtainable so as to cure It with as little delay as Hero Is a druggist's opinion: Cough "I have sold Chamberlain's Remedy for fifteen years," says Enos Lollar of Saratoga, Ind., "and consider It tho best on tho market." For m sale by a'l dealers. pos-slll'- e. Just Ordinary Horse Sense FINE ANIMAL- S- 1 Tells a 'man that ho must Be careful in 'feeding his stock If. he wants-t- o get tho best results. But it. Ismat alwiijs so easy to get tho right kind of feed. 1 am A FEED SPECIALIST and not only know Just what joasr stock ought to havo, but hunt untiL I find It. At your service, air. W. E. ELLIS The Produce Merchant! HARTFORD, - KENTUCKY Htjh School Teachers. The high school teachers of Ohio county have organized for Unutual bonerit and will have their first meeUng- - at Collego Hall, Hartford Saturday Nov. 1, at 9:30 a. in. The program arranged for this meeting follows: Mr. V. 1. Latin In High School of Normal Work In High School Mi. J. II. Loyd. :t. Science; How much should bo taught -- Mr. II. E. Urottn. 4. How to tench English In High School, Mr. J. L. Stillwell. .". Dlbcusslon of Rooks, Mr, F, T. Sliultz. fi, UrownSi American High School General discussion. M. Moseley. 2. Value Luke KcL'ke Says. When Uio installment collector raps at tho door, Romance always ft tea out , the window. It doesn't matter how deeply In love a Klii may be, uho novcr torgots . to get tho right change for a dollar, j After a woman lias raised fle or Mx children sho regards castor oil as one of iho fauven wonders of tho woiMd. I 444- - For Sale!! One Saw Mill, oho Joiut-or. Public Sale. on Satuiday, Nov. 1C, at 1:00 p. m. offer at public auction all of my household furniture and kitchen mentis. Sale to bo hold at homo of Cnt Martin, near Sandefur's CiMasliyr. I will 10t3. MRS. DlANNAH MARTIN. iblush used to Tho come and go, but nowadays If it goes bef oro she washes It off she w ants tho diugglst to give her back the money, j There is no fool like tho fool who thinks ho understands a woman. What has hecomo of the old fash-- i loned man who used to spend his nights coloring a meorschaum pipe? Somo peoplo Iniaglno charity means attending to other people's business without charge. One of tho nlco things about being poar Is that you. never suffer from appandialtls or kjuptomaula. Tho High Cost oi Living Is hsre to , stay, oven though tho Taiilf Ulll has Planer, Band Saw, Also Brick and Tile Mocliine. All kinds of B u i 1 d i n g Material, Paints, Oils, ICtc. Will sell on roasonublo term?. Call on or addrt'bs f BEAN" BROS, t Hartford, Ky. t J . l MA il V1 -- Li-, ZfrarapmpjMlllpnilffHMllHHiHlHBiHHIIHllHBMH ?W' HMHUMUC).' WORK ViTH DEATH TWISTING E THE LANGUAGE. WOMEN WARRIORS. A STUDY YOUR HEALTH. In n Cellar, Directory Olxio CcMnty s '4 t ' P. Blrkhoud, COUNTY BOARD OF KDUCATION. Circuit Court-- T. Don't Be a Mushroom. Henry Leach, Chairman, Hartford, in the Ainoilenn Magazine WHltam Ky. not ut one time or another hud women .louiisinii k.ij nmi 11 is .H...1...J ,,ui.. Cerk. E jPerilous Callings Where Life Is , MrMicad, Master Com 1. L. B. Ttchcnor, Hartford, R. F. Koldlers lu their ranks either In dls own fault if you are all the time catch mlssioncr; r It. T. Collins, Trustee D. No, 5. Always In Danger. head-milguise or openly accepted despite their In:; (olds or having Indigestion or Jury Fund: T. H. Black, Sheriff, 2. Ii. C. Hartford, Reynold. Ky. nux. Kngluud. France nud (Germany Deputies S. O, Kcown, 3. M. S. Patterson, Olnton, Ky. lie goes on to say: Hartford. i have all had military heroine. I. B. L. Alford, White Run, Ky. "Nature Intends every human being Bc.imt Dam; U. 1. Jone, Route C, which traditionally demands of to bo strong nud well. Most disease Is Hartford; V. C. Harp, ltosine. Court 5. Richard Plummcr, Taylor Mines, a HOW MEN LOSE THEIR NERVE eonenes first Monday In February Kentucky. Its women only softness nud domestic either Ignorance or carelessness. three weeks; third Ity. lias nevertheless had Its full share es-oven tlie hubles ef sickly, Ipno-ran- and continues Monday lu April, weeks; .Sudden Peril Often Cause. Them to One of them, Clcouore Prochaska, had Incompetent p.irents are given a Monday In October two weeks. third two i&& "Drop Their Goats," and Then Their saved her wages as a cook to buy her pietty good start by nature. If chll- :? :a County Court R. R. Wedding, man's equipment. In her last battle, urcn get sicuiy it nearly niways is uie ju,ige; Course Never Returns A Loss of S. Tlnsley, Clerk; C. U when storming some heights under fault of the jn'i'-o(uklng care or j Smith, Attorney, and a Race For Life. Hartford. Court heavy lire, she snatched a drum from them. If when tluj (.row up ihey rO'iC?nYCCS ! Monday lu each tltbt, Human- - nature becomes callous to a fallen Frcnrlininn pud beat the main unhealthy It Is largely their own mouth, itbe dully ncpoclatlou with peril. cliaigu ns slip ndiiiiced, Quarterly Court Begins on the fault- Attorney Law .now mid then something toiir2 nu-nt" February, May, ?..,. ''YoiJ call !ew, ewk, wash, slug ami you pretest, '1 enn't help It if fourth Monday In HARTFORD, KY. be ojiIIoiih spot and lento Hie raw, whU ftuHtruotToi. fiuS shooi better ilinn any of us." said the I lulicr a weak 8o,nueh.' Oh. ye, Aug. and .Nojmbcr encs first Will practice his profession ' fargely supplanted ihe legitimate one. comrade tit iter side admiringly, "and you can rnkeii nerve Exposed, fa UfcH) Tuesday In January and first Tuesnow It seems you can drum tool" "" "Did you ever systematically study day In October. U'ltii tile soldier anything that Btructural Bteclworkors rim many aud adjoining counties. CommnrelaJ A moment later she was mortally your stomach? If you were going to be peculiarly to the Philippines Other County Officers C. S. Mox-le- aud Criminal Prnctlco a Specialty. 'chances of losing their nerve "dropwounded. As she fell she called to the n lawyer you would study law. If you Surveor. Fordbville, Ky R. goats." they call It. Only was described ns "bamboo." Now all ping their officer, with a dying Hash of wcro going to be a Monographer you V. D. No. :; Bernard Felix, Assesneaiest ithe other day one of them who had colonials use the term. The "bamboo pride ml humor: would study shorthand. If you are go- - sor, Hartford, Ky., R. F. L). No. 2; .never known fear was standing on the fleet" Is the one assigned to Philippine "Lieutenant. I'm n girl!" Henry : l.euwi. Superintendent, liart- lug to bo healthy study health. : i edge of n lofty steel framework waters, and the "bamboo government'' outer Another girl, Anna I.uhrlng. only Most people know more about tho ,' , ur' .V. B. Riley, Coroner, IlartIs the Philippine civil government lu and chanced to look down Into the Law eighteen, was traced aud claimed by caro of their clothes than they do milrun over distinction from the United States etreet. He saw n trolley-ca- r JUSTICES' COURTS. her father after she had enlisted, but about the caie of tbelr health. SV'idy HARTFORD, KY. Leslie Combs, Hartford, Tuesday a newsboy. Instnntly Ills mind was itary. her captain refused to dismiss so line your diet. Find out what the effects Among other "soldlerlsms" (If 1 may a soldier. after Srd Monday In March, Tuesday swamped with thoughts of death. He Mfy. W. II. Buriku anil C. & of the various foods are. Ask yourself after 3rd Monday In June, Tuesday tretched himself Hat on the beam and be permitted this contribution to the Smith an noun oe that Uwy huvo form A young dressmaker. Sophia Kruger. you nre getting enough exorcise. ftfter 3rd Monday In September. Tues crawled to au Island of planking. new language) were certain pure Ma- who made her own uniform before en- If praca imrtuiT.sh'.p for tho The list Is continually listing, won tho Iron Cross for bravery. Keep tabs until you Had what it Is that day after 3rd Monday in December, i"Wbeu n mnn once does that on top of lay words. John 11. Miles, Rckport, Friday tice of law, cxcat culmliK.1 aud divor disagrees with you. Leave strictly he has llnlsbcd his high growing, and now there are dozens of 41 skyscraper Maria Werder. a farmer's wife, servafter 3rd Monday lu March, Friday c.uks Mr. Smith Inviug County AAtorr tho drlnks-th- at Tagalog and Moro expressions In con- ed, undiscovered, with her husband and alone the foml-a- nd work. 3rd Monday In June, Friday ny la prweatod from practicing mich ' use among the Americans. Tor was promoted to be a sergeant, al- wnirMoiiiiu.iiM.oids j1.11 about. "They never come back," said an old stant .Monday In September, I "Make up oitr mind to lie uealtliy. after 3rd foreman. "It's a pity, too, for they example, there are the Tagalog words though ho remained a private. rriuay after 3rd .Monday In De- ccaeus. Mr. Buxnos Willi Individually Go to the three best doctors, the three cember. accejttPuch practloc. Office In can never get a quarter the pay at an- "bagnio." meaning "storm:" carnbao." An amusing contrast to these genuO. L Scott, Cromwell, Wednesday Hartford Republican building, Hartmoaning an animal: "palay." meaning inely gallant women is afforded by that nature has provided free for evother Job that they did at this before "rice," and "tno," meaning "man." Johanna Stegen. who quite by acci- erybody fresh air. fresh water and after 3rd Monday In March, Wed- ford, K". they looked down and saw death." j use are dent won a reputation for heroism. sunlight. (Ut as much of all three nesday after 3rd Monday In June, Much of the world's work Is done by Moro terms In common you can. Wednesday after 3rd Monday in Sepmen who have to keep their nerve In "nmok," meaning "wild;" "dato." She nud a companion, Caroline Merger, whenever "A mushroom can live lu 11 cellar, but tember, Wednesday uflei uiu Mon-ua- y tbe face of peril. Sometimes a mau meaning "chief;" "krK" meaning a were caught by chance In the lighting don't be a mushroom. W IV W in Decemuor. wavy edged knire, and "barons." mean- lines at the battle of Luneberg. CaroLJ. ISLtrLW. will not go to pieces until after a long "If von ent rlelir. drink lots of water. John H. Milts, Rockport, Friday run of danger. Primarily the caiihe ing a garment Itevlew of Reviews. line fled to what cover she could find, cin.ui it, fri.ji 4itr nmi fwt nut in the after rd Monday ri .March, rVcay Law tore off her apron and began binding sunshine you'll soon forget to be sick. after 3rd Monday In June, Friday 'may be fatigue or bad liver or bad HARTFORD, KY. Frl-Awounded who had nerves, but when it Is all over ho dethe hurts of the BOATS GROW ON TREES. pcifiit health Is a long Mrlde'n"cr ntcr 3rJ Mondin . September, , .y 3rd Monday UeCemucr crawled there also. cides he has had enough and seeks anASSOCIATED WITH M. L. HEAVRIN perfect happiness. Johanna, spying u heap of cartridges, toward J.C.Jackson. Centertoun. Sat- other vocation. West India! Boys Can Get All of Them urday after 3rd Monday In .March, This office Is equipped for handtore off her apron also and began to In the places where high explosives They Want. Saturday ufter 3rd .Monday In June, ling Commercial I.uv and Collection RESTING A RAZOR. rouleaux are manufactured the men arp subjectWhen n West Indian boy wants a fill it. for bhe mistook them for supposed Saturday after 3rd Monday In Seped to n constant nervous strain. They toy boat all he has to do is to visit u of coin. A passing ollicer tember, Saturday after 3rd Monday Items ns well as other legal and litiwas carrying ammuni- Why Letting It Lie Idle For Awhile In December. naturally get used to It, like everything else, cocoanut tree. gated matters. Practice ln all the Thee trees bear great tion to theshe front and gave her orders Improves the Blade. ibut when uu accident comes there is bunches of nuts among their droopiug M. C. Cook, Renfrow, Tuesday af- courts. Prompt and vigorous service euro to be some one among the sur- green leaves, and when the hunch where to take It. orders which she It Is well known that our metals aro ter 2nd Monday ln March, Tuesday M. L. Ilcavrin's Office. vivors who drops out of tbe ranks of first sprouts out in the form of a big d.ired not disobey. Apronful after conductors of electricity. Steel Is nu after 2nd Monday in May, Tuesday apronfnl of cartridges she carried and excellent conductor, and when this after 3rd Monday In August, Tuestbe workers. bud it is inclosed within a hard, In n plant where more dynamite, tough, woody case or spathe two or the next day found herself acclaimed metal Is fashioned Into tools with sharp day after 2nd Monday in November. Thomas Sanders, Oiaton, Wednesnitroglycerin, guncottou and other three feet long, eight or ten Inches a heroine! edges the electric current that Is conHer apron was tied to n staff and tinually passing through the metal will day after the second Monday in pentup destruction are made than any- lu dlnuicter and tapering to a point ni March, Wednesday where else In tbe world nearly n thou- one cud and to a slender stern at the borne proudly at the head of the regi- leavo tbe body at tho sharp point or In May, Wednesday after 2nd Monday after 3rd Monday sand lives depend more or less on n other. In fact, It looks very much ment. Meu cheered her, the king edge. in August, Wednesday after 2nd Mou-da- y OKIo County praised her. and she sat at his right tell us the razor gets tired jtbgrmometer. Barbers in November. like a huge wooden cigar. HARTFORD, KY. hand at u banquet. Later she married nnd Is Improved after a rest. This Is Grant Pollard, Fordsvlllo, Tuesday in one step in tue manufacture 01 As the buds and flowers develop the nitroglycerin It is a quivering, sullen spatbe splits open, and the dowel and was lionized by the fashionable true iu n scleutillc sense. It Is not after 2nd Monday In March, Thurs- All Matters Given Prompt AttenLoudon Tatler. exactly n rest that the razor needs, day after, 2nd Monday In May, Thursfluid In n big caldron brilliantly lighted bunch continues to grow out beyond It ladies of Berlin. PENSION AFFIDAVITS although tbe term will express It pret- day after 3rd .Monday ln August, tion. fcy electricity. Glycerin is continually until tbe nuts begins to ripen. By thN Thursday after 2nd Monday in No- SPECIALTY. No Title Page In Early Books. ty well. prayed on tbe tons of heated acids time the spathes have become dry and The Idea of a title page did uot ocAs it mixes tbe glycerin hard aud break off and drop to the within. It seems that any razor, after con- vember. Patton, Ralph, J. L. Friday after cur to the early printers. "The books stant use on the human face, will be- oeizes tbe available nitrogen from the ground of their own accord. Monday March, Friday after started straight off with 'Inclplf or come not exactly dull, for the barber 2nd .Monday in May, mass becomes nitroacids, and tbe na Friday after 3rd in It is tbe spathes or bud coverii:::- - Hero begluneth, without author's or can sharpen It, but glycerin. Round tbe caldron a mnn rather sluggish i Monday ln August, Friday after 2nd that the West Indian boys uo tuj publisher's name. This causes much moves swiftly, noiselessly, dividing bis boats, and, us ur us mi I AM I while the drr fallen difficulty iu attributing earlier works ami rciue lain for a few niiiuuiui with- Monday In November. weeks attention betweeu tbo contents and u ones will answer, belli : when It has HARTFORD POLICE COURT. buats are to tbe proper sources." The Idea of a out work. C. M. Crowe, Judge; John 11. Wilthermometer that extends down into made from the mure tiei.ble and partTo do any kind of Veterina tbe bot acids. Tbo temperature of tbe ly green s;:il,.e Mill clinging to the title page with uames seems first to Constant use nud continued sharpen- son, City Attorney; J. P. Stevens, ry work. Horses, mules and have occurred to n Cologne printer ing put tbe molecules into a sluggish Marshal; Court convenes second Monmass must not rise above 80 degrees. flO'.WI ;! named Therlioernen about 1470. but It cows need not die for want of Glycerin has many vagaries that and It Is Impossible to get day In each month. The p.ithe as gathered from the tree was not generally adopted until fifty condition, edge ns when the bteel has City Council J. H. Williams, Mayhave been never been explained. If, is almost in the shape Calls answered the same attention. or; R. T. Collins. Clerk; E. P. Thoma boat, and years luter. The early punctuation of tbrough one of them, tbe temperature all not been used for some time. day or night. as, Treasurer. Members of Council tbat is necessary to transform it to was very simple, consisting of an ob rises toward tbe danger point the first a very seuworthy When tbe razor lies Idle aud the Robert Hoover, P. B. Taylor, J. 11. and fast sailing toy lique line and u full stop. One of the thing tbo man on watch does is to canoe Is to current Is passing off at the sew the open end together first books to introduce tbe colon and electric particles arc being toned and B. Carson, E. P. Moore, Fred Cooper, edge the W. J. Bean. send more cool solution through tbe aud fit rudder, sail aud seats or Veterinary Surgeon notes of Interrogation and exclamation tempered, and tbe edge actually bepipes tbat coll snakewlso round tbe School Trustees Dr. K. B. Pendleth waits. was a "Lactantlus" printed at a mon- comes more smooth and really sharper ton, Chairman; W. H. Barnes, SecreHnrtforcJ, - Ky. giant caldron. If tbe mercury in tbe When this is boat Is almost tary; Dr. J. W. Taylor, W. S. Tiusley tube continues to rise bo shuts off the nn exact model done the big dugout ca- astery near Rome In HOCi. Imprint. and more fit to remove tho beard. of the Inflow of glycerin. If this does not noes It is claimed that n razor wrapped aud J. D. Duke. fishthat the boys' fathers London's Gunpowder Alley. In rubber cloth and placed In a drawer RELIGIOUS SERVICES. bare tbe desired effect be turns on ing. In fact, these dugouts use In probwere The city coroner, who commented away from any lump will not be beneM. E. Church, South Services compressed air, so as to throw tbe ably copied from one of the tree grown upon the "funny" name of Gunpow- fited by the rest as will a razor that morning and evening every first and mass into violent agitation. If this boats. From "Harper's Hook For der alley (off Shoe lanei and confess- Is simply laid away rather carelessly third Sunday In each month. Sunfalls be bas only one. more card to play. Young Naturalists." ed that he bad never heard of it. may without any Insulation. It Is the same day school 9 Mo a. in. Prayer meetBe opens a valve and empties tbe nevertheless have beard of the poet If the razor Is Inclosed In a glass case, ing every Wednesday evening. Rev. charge Jnto the "drowning tank." Then A Perpetual Error. Lovelace, who died In tho alley two for the iusulutlou prevents tbe electric Saville, pastor. be inakej u dash for safety. Baptist Church A printer's error lu perpetuity! How years before the restoration. The current from passing tbrough tbe met- and evening every Services morning Only a few men who have ever been second and fourth many know tbat in the lodging In which be died was n mis- al. Harper's Weekly. Immediately exposed to explosions Sunday In each month. Sunday school 8ucceed when everything else falls. "To Deum" they are carrying on, lu erable oue. but probably seemed to tho 9: io a. ni. Prayer meeting every Wedhave lived to tell about them after- 0110 In nervous prostration and female phrase of that song of praise, an poor poet released from prison a glorinesday evening. Rev. English, pastor. word. ThoM who have escaped and weaknesses they are the supreme What Roses Are. ancient blunder? "Make them to be ous palace, for he was philosopher Christian Church Services every nave continued In their hazardous emremedy, aa thousands have testified. You have uotlced. to be sure, that ployment are thereafter known only numbered with thy saints;" so it runs. enough already to have written that rose leaves are like tbe foliage of fourth Sunday at 11 a. in. and 7. p. FORKIDNEY.LIVERAND m. Sunday school 9:30 a. in. Elder W. And so when manuscript copies gave "stono wails do uot n prison make." by tbelr first names. There are only STOMACH TROUBLE placo to printed books was it rendered In this alley also lived the notorious applo trees. They are of oue family. B. Wright pastor. a few of these. The other survivors In Roses nre the souls of apples. Flowers It la the best medicine- ever ol4 Cumberland Presbyterian Church-Sun- day the medieval Latin then lu use. astrologer, Lilly, tho Sldropbel of aro never Just accidents. They nre all have sought other work where the over a druggist's counter. school every Sunday at 9:45 "to be numbered," as wo say "nudlbras." London Chronicle. risks are lens. Said 0110 of them: related to something else. As n little a. 111. In Ungllsb. Transpose the first and "You cnu't trust the stulT any more wild rose Is llko 0 dear baby, so a big SECRET SOCIETIES. A Cure For Hiccups. Hartford Lodge No. G75, F. and A. than you could a sleeping cobra. I thirdbeletters and you get "munerarl," apple tree Is like it grownup person. rewarded," which Is what all "to was at woik one day around the mixFill n gloss tumbler with clear, cold Some roses have been turned ln one di- M. meets every first Monday night ing tank and things were going as prayer books would bo printing today water and place uu a tabic. Then let rection for their fragrance and beauty. iu eacn inonin. m. U. Jlcavrin, W. and congregations blnglng were it not the patient stand where be or she cm usual when 1 suddenly noticed that the Others have been brought up luto ap- M.; Owen Hunter. Secretary. for that fifteenth century printer' Hartford Chapter No. 81 O. E. mercury in the thermometer was creeplook directly Into the glass mid II x tho ple trees for tho fruits they bear. every MKUtrS SUM SUCCBM I ing up toward 80. Quick ns u flash' I error. London Tatler. attention ubout the center of the bot- Nearly everything people likq to eat day eveulngs. second and fourth MonMiss Anna J. Patton, saw that something had gone wrong, SPECIAL OFFER: tom of the glass for about a minute, was a (lower until Its Improvement W. M.; Jas. II. Williams. W. B.; Wrong Hunch, No Lunch. Xtw.HulnH, AtrlstwUI' 'tUiU aalUour Dtmunant euitAiner. and, one after another, I turned on the Angeles patient will ml that the made It something else. BUkA TOU MIbs Elizabeth Miller, Secretary. "ncre, my boy," said his uew em- when thohave entirely disappeared. Times. cold, shut off the glycerin and turned hiccups PriKCtncctigM ployer, "take this quarter and go out . Rough Rhcr Lodgo No. 110 Knights : ?I I a. .. a g on tbe nlr. No one ever watched 1... This tins been known to cure the most u ih nnoi . 1 imp. j ppianaiu.TI vrntmrn, t dom- au.(.. r"-- f of Pythias meets every Tuesday evenbm more anxiously than I did that and get three ham paudwlcbes." "mi pi-- TWMUt u violent cases of this uncomfortable disWatsr. An Author Who-Hat-ed tlVAaUNTIKI TO PLJCAaC ing. W. F. Anderson, C. C; J. Ney Tbo boy vanished aud did uot return order. London Family Herald. thermometer. Hut the mercury kept Writ to-aMention thlt Pmatr. Mine. d'Arbiuy. better known ns Mfss Foster, K. of R. & S. on climbing. Then I made n grab for for half an hour. Fanny Buruey, who took such an ImHartford Tent No. 99, K. o. T. M. "See here. Where have you been the quick opening valve so as to drown portant place In the literature of the meets every first and third Thursday To Make Vinegar. IU VENT I to km wm u ncklat u4 rmi-- t tht TalaaaU the etufr. One of tbo officers of the loitering," demanded the boss, "and Savo tbe parings and cores of apples eighteenth century, had an extraordi- nights. R. T. Collins. Commander; i wuiww- -i mmb aanaan. where are my sandwiches!" wiia mt company wax lu the room. 1 had yell. iBatraiTk aural lu a Jar with warm wanary nnd most undesirable peculiarity. L. P. Foreman, Record Keeper. a4 Mal Baafc. i "Scissors!" gasped the boy. "1 nnd put them ed ut blui to ruu. Hut he 6tood there Acme Lodge No. 339 I. O. O. F. New ter enough to mora than cover tbetn. She had the greatest aversion to wash- meets every second and fourth Frias cool ns a cucumber, Maying that be thought they were for me!" iwaaiAa:! Set in u warm place for several duys; ing and water. Sir Henry Holland day nights didn't think there was much danger. York World. each then strain and add one pint of mo- was the physician who attended the nott. Nobleln Grand; month. C. it. Bar- -' Am soou as I opened tbo valve to let W. It. Hedrlck, lasses to a gallou of the water. Put In gifted authoress during the lust year Secretary. Upbringing. the stuff off 1 made a Jump through n Jnr, tie a thin cloth ovor it keep lu of her life, and she confided to him camp No. 202 W. O. W. you having your daughter Jiarttoru "Aren't the window. There were plenty of a warm place and In a few weeks this that she bad not washed for fifteen meets ccry second and fourth Satemergency doors, but I didn't wnnt to taught to play or sing?" yea re. urday nights in each month. Leslie will be good vinegar. National Maga"No." replied Mrs. FilmgilL "I bara tabe an extra step. Tbe boos went out Bennett, Council Commander; W. C zine. by a door. Tho fraction of n second decided that she shall have no accomWallace, Clerk. Still Matchlsss. plishments whatever. Instead of strivthat I saved by taking the window Ladies! STe Mey m4 Keep hr Sunshine Hlvo No. 42, I. O. T. M., "And what became of that girl who Different Proposition. probably added n good mauy years to ing for approval 1 waut ber to have meets every first and third Friday Style hy Reifag McCall'. Is the pbject of your society?" was such a matchless beauty In our set nights "What tuy life. I landed on the ground and the superior pose tbat enables her to ln each month. Mrs, Attye "To prevent gambling among wo- when I went nway?" Magarine and U.if McCall Fatten i we running with all my might when observe the efforts of others with tolLady Commander; Mrs. Lula Griffin, "She still Is." men." Pendleton, Lady Record Keeper. I was lifted off my feet and burled at erant Interesf'-Wosblng- ton Star. McCall'iMtiaiUt trill "What, after all these years?" "Nonsense. It can't be done." MKA1LJ HWmi Keystone Chapter No. 110. R. A. y licH you Urei least 100 yards. I escaped with a "Certainly gambling can be stopped." "Not so much of a beauty, but match- M., meets every third Saturday night si s luutlcruKv Quite Natural. broken leg. The boss, who bad run In cx!um)!jt kueplur I thought you said gabold maid." Houston In each month. John T. Moore High ."Gambling? less. She's an tbe opposite direction, was picked up --'"Of course." 6ald the tourist "yon 1 mi ponieil on lb Priest: W. 8. Tlnsley, Secretary. Post. litusi Uililouj In lead. There was burdly a murk 011 know ull about the antidotes for snake bling." Louisville Courier-Journaclultici suet. LU. tt AAICUIUAIN OUWltil I Uf EVjUTY. bite?" bliu. New Kail) Ion liejlrns-li- l I remueui, r. mill l,OOI. . i'suuusi vuiiuvnt xMM- - . It ira AI. evil luue. ALo Grounds. Ollll "Certainly," replied the explorer. "The explosion started lu tbe drownll,l alualjTo inrunniUoni Hook- -I H' understand be married a lH" .ii.0.,5 Tinw, ' "Has your husband given you grounds J"ii ..." ing tank. The stuff settled at the bot.. . "Well, when a snake bites you 1. all liomo'iiiiil iff- hut he's com- - Secretary & Troas., H.' Q. Tank,' Wau- for divorce?" asked tbe woman wbo is cool million. Cook-Y- es. niiiui uiaiurs. tom, where agitation was impossible. what's the thing you do?" uiur' Uc a year, Inrludilv. plalnlng now because he hasn't been gau, Wis. "Yell'-Pblladolalways eager to sympathize. What sort of a nolso did it make? Presa. U flCQ I'.lllCHl. &ul)- I able to thaw out any of 1 ril 0 today or "Yet," replied tbe oue whose mind State Officers President, J. H. Mc- tAke the roar of a dozen tornadoes and tend tur Irvo rarinilo cou. Gonneli, ' Princeton, Ky.; Vice Preel mmmammmmvm is on alimony. "Plenty of grounds, Bits. a. acore of crashes of thunder all comThe, New Mother. McCall ratltru will titnbloronto nisi In dent, J. 11. Burney, Muhlenberg Co.; bined. I've lived on a farm ever since, "When you kissed your weeplnj but I'd rather- - have roiue regular real buiuo. Ml.li lot.tow lit tils e lotlilng fur Secretary A Treas., S. B. Robertson, IbuiMir and hllln Mjlrri will tic aariect Htar. d when the Fourth of July' comes, mother" goodby'and went out Into the estates-Washing- ton The Curs. ' "J1 "u. fl1- - l'f.ce-in,- ;iu Calhoun, Ky.; Organizer, T. II. Wn'jir lU round I Jump every time a cannon world to make your fortune I presume s tAJUi-n- i cents hood for ficu l'sitcrn Cutalocue. . fc. t. iivi uiiniiiiuu m uiPlimv l" Hartford, Ky. Wt Wat Cnt Ya Fut racracker goes off, no matter bow far ber last tearful Injunction was for ysj One of tbe most rare kinds of cour- I plPiQ hiBlnew. Julia What does he for telling inlj Wall Members State Executive Board-B- en Kftrucns oinuiie. TJjrl.icu.li. away It i.r(rc S. Dayton In to be goodr se to the courage to wult-t- H. Louis take rnr it r Luwe vacations. isew Watson, Webster county; J. W. frrmiuin Cntiitogua anil fas'! ITiib Oder. ffclcego IlecordUerald. York TiiW 1 "No, make 000." 1 IK aVOU fWAKT,Z3Sl.i49asiriia,linriOK Dunn, Daviess county; Henry Pirtle, Ohio county; fi. I. Ray, Hardin coua- 11 n I ( ntl y I .,,. ncllsh Hat Received Some Sever.) Jolts In the Philippines. llnby tnlk Is highly developed compared to the Jiirjion Aiuerl-ca.'lllplim housewives tnlk to tlit-lIiohho buys. Hut It uitinlly convoys the iiic:iiilii when nccoinpnnled liy expressive matures. At best, however. the perforintmcu of the comnuuid speaks well for native Instultlon. Hpnnlsh construction of Rngllsu ,, 110ti,..r uvUt (lint our noor ,10 Philippines. "No h)l:nK0 ,,c,s KOt. t10 Island Is the most common-Heay used expression for "I haven't iiuy," Stmllnrly "no can do" means "I can't." 11'1 ",10 w"nt "' dont want It." Not, -only between American uim r One That Was Made a Heroine In Spite of Herself. There nre few countries that have Muthroom Can Live but Davenport, Warren county. county officers L. II. Tlch- cnor, President; Honry I'lrtlo, Sec- retary; S. K. Bennett, Treasurer. ty; C. Oi Ohio ' , ,Jjdg ."1 A. Cer-inun- Babi- t, iri; s s r.mv at rt pi .,.,. '"" Otto C. Martin ., ,,,,. ...... I y, 11 Barnes & Attorneys at Smith i"er , J lAKlrlUK Attorney V -W - W at I m j. ney Notary Public Foster f' 'PREPARED W. H. RILEY when-Joinin- Electric Bitters - "uu-merai- SEEDS' 1 y; 11 Is rjikhi"',":l -- any-thin- 1 SMU l ) HH 11 -- sljl-I'lil- l. r.l phlu 70111-ow- Bal-mal- n, Is'-Tbad- deus 1 Globe-Democr- ti jACa RESCUED FROM THE Children Cry for FUtchr's CURSE God's Curse Not OF GOD What We Supposed, Says Pastor Russell. good. Good Fertilizer for Feme. Nltrato ot soda dissolved In water should be given to ferns that are small or weak, but do not mako the proportion of nltrato moro than of an ounce to tho gallon, but largo plants, and those of vigorous growth should be watered with a solution In proportion of one-hal-t an ounce of nitrate to the gallon. Apply about every ten days. Soot and salt are also one-quart- Tho Kind You Ilnvo Always Boaglit, nnd which hns rxscn iu use for over SO years, lias bornotho slsnaturo of arm nas occn mauo under ills al supervision since Its Infancy. Allow no ono to deceive you in this. All Counterfeit, Imitations and " " nrobut llTpcrimcntH that trifle with and endanger tlio licolth ot Infants nnd Children Expcrlenco ugulust Experiment per-son.Tust-ns-good 1 flie Retcu Differ Alto Th Curt We Imagined The Curia Mentioned In the Bible A Juet Penalty Not a Oevilith One It Could Not Be Woree The Limit of God. Law. By local applications, as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. There is only one way to cure deafness, and that is by constitutional remedies. Deafness Is caused by Deifness Cannot Bo Cured. .. pain. Many n woman footci oW Depend oil her tfencml health oiJ . utiles which ure mscntiolly lemiitlae. before her lime bccitucc ct tlioio reciirTtn(lderanerBata t Iroes Irrcrift-llStarting from early womanhood, s!i3 I o bu(lful she trows into that mellbir I! that unset hor womanly I is cye-tlu hluo circles undcrnwtn. nite without rrrln'.lij tmd cra'v eIi is invariably tho rule that such w..i..i euffcr little, or not ot all, from womanly b iuiy ui k ceMngemects wnicli nnp mo ucaitii o.ia icavo in u,i mcc mo nnd suffering. JJr.R.V. Picrce,tIio foincui specialist in the diseases of women, footnf a netrintinn In Ilia pirlv nmctica t!.jt COOthcd t!lO brfQIIlSm titCuliaf to WOmaa tho machinery, cs it were, cf tlio human 6ystcm nnd liclpd thewofflaa hood oil-ia mil nflfu nenacc. mis reaicuucwnu to pass those painful periods tiict . tha nelMuiown Dr. Pime's Favorite Prescription, that fc X.SMWX benefited thousand oi women ond saved tucm Iroin misery rr.d fjlJofinif ot ducrnt periods In life. Ont.. Una IUPKTI.T tt Pjcrct. of Sl Aright Btrcet, Ssrnla.nml wrftoi t for "Tfimncynwll in altrr tillering nyln three yer annuahlntr dirrr r,o ll i.cte,fw!i mo thtough a thorouih examination. cnt, M)1 Uio iJJtc i; i,f fr i.uttlnif ' n a crovlh, ahlf h. In t.me, would result ro I v..w irtiOi notepr rrtircr.nrd 'iil I K.M nnt live moro than two years II would not I Uvnmo hoir.Jijaly illjctjurasfil.but y mj, t tr ich-iui- acar-Iir.c- . f.-- 1"' Iki port one of Pastor Russell's sermons of today from tue test, "There shall be no more curse." Revelation 22:3. The Pastor declared that we are emerging from a horrible delusion; that the shackles O. Prompt Attention and Good Service. of superstition are (PASTQg. gUSSElD Sold by; Druggists, 7Ec. breaking from our Signature of FBears the Take Hall's Family Pills for coninlndK. Our forefathers, taught that to TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, ' m stipation. doubt the creeds was to be damned, feared to think for themselves. Satan Why He 8ought Solitude. helped, not only to make our creeds, African Explorer (dumbfounded) but to manacle us to them by direful "What, you, Clarence Vere do Vero, threats. .Well may we praNe God for in the heart of darkest Africa! What the dawning light of the New Day. In the world are you doing here?" Freedom to think trnmeends all Clarence Vere de Vere "I'm wearing physical liberties, said the Pastor. the necktie Miss Darling gave me for "The liberty wherewith Christ mnkps Christmas. I promised her I would, : fl.3C Thk Republican and Louisville Herald free" Is God's great boon to man. In you know!" Puck. Years In proportion rut It has been received there 1.60 , TMt ctwTtun compaiit. tt mmmr wwir, itcw towk city. The Republican and Courier-Journ- al Is Joy; otherwise discontent, pain. If you have young children you have curse, according to the creeds, God's Globe-Democr- at 1.75 consigns all mankind to eternal tor- perhaps noticed that disorders of the The Reptblican and St. Louis most common ture, except as any should be so fortu- stomach are their 1.50 and Farm ,To correct this you will find The Republican and Home nate ns to hear of the Savior and be favorably environed for salntshlp. In Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab 1.75 Irrational dread. we questioned not the lets excc'.lent. They are cas and The Republican authority of those who made the pleasant to take, and mild and gentle 3.50 Louisville Daily Herald creeds. It was nsserted that the creeds In effect. For sale by all dealers, m The Republican and assa were a condensed statement of Bible 3.50 The hepublicah una uany uwenBooro inquirer teaching, prepared by very holy and Naturally His Flrat Thought. nny to at learned men: and that for An American gentleman went over Twice-a-Wee- k O'boro Messenger 1.75 VANDERBILT TRAINING SCHOOL FOR BOYS tempt to understand the Bible without tho field of Waterloo with a guide, The Republican and the aid of the especially ordalneJ mid who boasted that he escorted General 1.75 Kentucky Farmer The Principals have conducted a preparatory school for the pg apostolic bishops would be dangerous. Sheridan over the scene of Napole The Republican and - pj past 11 years. Students trained by them have taken the followbecome general. on's great defeat. "What did General But education bus 1.30 Contradiction amongst the apostolic Sheridan say?" asked my friend. "Oh, The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. ing honors at Vanderbilt University; Entrance Prize in Mathe-bishops has demonstrated that they nothing." He must have said some1906; Membership in Phi Beta matics, English, and History in 1.50 are fallible that none of them were thing." "Well, he only said: 'It waE The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer Kappa (scholarship fraternity) in 1909; Founder's Medal in " ns were the twelve "Apostles a Inspired, good place for a fight.' Academic Department in 1910; Mathematics Prize in 1911. Good The Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $ 1.50 of the Lnmb." records in other colleges. Back to the Bible. Sick headache Is caused Jjy a disorSPECIAL OVERSIGHT, CHRISTIAN INFLUENCES. A The Pastor asserted that Satan, perdered stomach.. Take Chamberlain's to return to place for young boys. m ceiving the tendencyour Institutions the Tablets and correct that and the of Invaded Boarding patronage doubled under present management. pa Bible, has Having captured uearly nil headaches will disappear. For s.'e learning. fjf Write to Principals for caUbgue. ni the professors, he has poisoned their by all dealers . mluds with Higher Criticism nntf Involution. By this 'master stroke ho has " What He Would Do. accomplished in these Inst thirty years . A young lady visiting her relations times more than Voltaire ten thousand yard to on a farm went out In the nnd Ingersoll ever hoped. with JCevertheless. the Divine arrange j watch her young couBln play some POSITIONS GUARANTEED a chicken. Watching mm tor ment will not be frustrated, nlthough-worhllIf that position ir will GUARANTEE you a many more you wisdom has captured the time she asked him: "Willie, what ua real soon. Wo need (Isnlab chicken were to lay an egg worldly-wise- , ns foretold. at once to supply tbe enormous demand u 20:14.) Liberty of mind bos brought would you do with It?" He looked for our graduates. Aa soon aa we get the required number of students this orrer will be withdrawn. So surprised, then said: "Oh, I'd selltT Heads opportunity for Scripture study withToSBBaBaBaBAr once fopartlculars. write at rooaV out creed spectacles. And light from to a museum. That chicken', a Bill Heads God's Word Is going forth to the ends or.' of tbe earth ns never before. The Curs of Gad. Almost A Miracle. The Pastor then demonstrated from One of the most startling changes BUSINESS COLLEGE the Scriptures that God's curse Is not ever seen In any man, according to inooaroaaTao which only a a mo, vr. HOHWAKTZ ky. eternal torture, frontrescued by the W. B.'HolscIaw, Clarendon, Tex.,was rxcri8Vir.r.E. STABUaHBD ! raiaoirai. handful would be effected years ago In his brother. Savior: but that "the wages of sin Is "HeJ hold such a dreadful C3ugh," he death." Capital punishment with the onr family thought Almighty Is precisely what It Is with I writes, "that all 60 YEAnS ho was going Into consumption, but EXPERIENCE given And Intelligent creatures. His most Buckbtc't "Full ot Life" Northern Grow Under the heavy curse of death our lie began to use Dr. King's New Dis.fedlfteed Seedt have a repuUtioti ot jSye.r;! race has gone down for six thousand covery, and was completely cured by ucccsstul eccd grow ing behind them. It pay M the bett. years. Our mental, moral and physical ten bottles. Now he Is sound and flint deatonaoie opeciaiues: powers have grown weaker uutll now well and weighs 218 pounds. For many BEANS x Earliest Red Valentine . . $j.3oBuhrt the average length of life is only years our family lias used this won- . . J.J Busnel Early Relufcee-Kx- tra years; whereas Adam lived nine derful remedy for. Coughs and Colds Marks . j.7o Bushel Trade New Strlnjrless Cretn Pod DrauiHl Wardwell'a Imp. KUlney Wax fijo Bushel hundred nnd thirty years. All of life's with excellent results." It's quick, Davis New While Wax . . &.7S Bushel CaWWaJrAC. experiences demonstrate that the curse safe, reliable and guaranteed. Price Cunie'a Rust rroof Wax . ft jo Bushel aaal ejawMlon ma' AnTonaiendkaaa I Is severe, although Just quloklr aacerUW ajar avatflal Ml wpaiiicr an , PBA8 50 cents and $1.00. Trial bottle free I mreniioa w Extra Early Alaska . . . 15-- ?"! If fallen. Imperfect men realize thai im ruiema Bushel If llonl.trlct 15 5 New Harly Gralus in io.u rrea. uua aCaBaaftaaaaTaiooT r.celT. Bushel cruelty is unjust nnd Improper, and at all druggists. Horsforil'i Market Garden . I Il.l.nfl Buckbee's Llslilnlns Express fc.eo Bushel rn lot nolle, that death should be the capital punHad Gone Too Far to Change. lettuce. RadUh. Tomato and a (till tine el ishment of crime, can our great CreaSeeds, Tlants and Bulbs at lowest growlne prices. Little Helen and Jack had grown creacatalogue or submit a list oj Send lor complete tor be less merciful? To punish J irwst elf A handsomely llln tratll up together, and when Jack finally your icuuucmrwa aim win hmuis ,.,... . 'K'tnu. J a tures depraved from birth with everculatiou of any .clentlOo Buy dliect from the CTOwer Save Money. donned his first tear) fnurniontbs.il. BoUbyail neirortPHlcrs. lasting torture, because they had not outgrew dresses and Write today. Mention this paper. she, too, York MlJNN&Co.30'01'' Hew K. C Inborn evil tendencies, trousers Helen Insisted that uiaslered their Uril "4 OOIca. CO V lit, WadiUmtu. be allowed to have a pair. But Jack would be n worse crime than theirs. MSBackbetSI., Iwtford Ut4 Fittu. RocUtri. said: "No. you don't, either, 'cause To any Judicial mind It must be evibe a girl and you've dent that God could nut Justly punish you started out to up." Chicago got to keep it His creatures with any severer than nnnlhllation. The Pastor asserted that Ills text contradicts eternal torment theories, BUCKUCS BULBS SUCCEED. ' 1 if I hadn't and mentioned a similar contradiction Aid For Three Stuuttrs Mrs. Via- - believe would have died SPECIAL OFFER'. In nosoa 13:14. where the Lord de- kaUa New Business. A alalia ta taken it. For Infant and Children. :Iares that Sheol shall be destroyed. trial will mak you a permanent ou.. 1 Was UuUe t Attend te tomer. BtUfcUon guaranteed or your After I began taking Cardul, I was hnnnitv raf undthL Wealey'a Favorite. Tha Context tavu ilmtA KM YnHivi Always Bwgli. JJushrtt JirrcfuUk H'athlnft ' Soatealr ColUcti54(I,JyiS. . I J nm ii, Amt- greatly helped, and all three bottles rePastor Russell then contrasted the Her Heaiewwrlc. Aiy .' Patent md InfrlapoiMt Practice ExelusWtlyMS. SjitaJ Sanaa.. UU. KrUlrt Iril. aallM. f4U, I teachings of Wesley and C'nlvlu. WesBears tbe A.MKM lAaMailakaai4Mf.CnM9.Cbiw.I.( XMU, 1 lieved me entirely. rataat Oatc, I ley's loving heart rebelled ugalust the Signature of 1 U Ujkth ItrMt, aaar ValM lUUa ia vUflxui.. uuua. nM. iwa aii v. x. I fattened up, and grew so much awtf Ml Uu T1i t have should WlBWiniiuni thought that the MiMtlom taU Pmar been predestined to eternal torment Writ Pleasant Hill, N. C.- -"I suffered for stronger in three months, I felt like aa aaaaaaa1aaaSaaaaBaaaaaaaaVatBaSa(('4a'aa.aaaakBTaaaaa e He felt It an aspersion against the ABND3Hrfaw 4 tiluUc Hero Is a woman who BpeaV.s from three summers," writes Mrs. Walter other person altogether." Mai MskM IU MiMiwirHPa, aaMffWNU'a, i character. f llb4 IWMM, whw vim personal knowledge and long experiof this town, "and the third and Cardul Is purely vegetable and gentle-actin- g. l.yiatttlrfbai,MMIt4riUM. The blessed declaration. "Whoso-eve- r ence, viz., Mrs. P. H. Brogan, of Vincent, a TM naTiatataataftMVakMa aaajaaaMaH aajaswaai TvTmm r7T.' " BmtasaaaV (.1. f ll.ji l"vl will, let him take the water of last time, was my worst. ."M I1M lf " Its ingredients have a mild, tools Wlison, Pa. who says, "1 know from aama I aBVtatUSl life freely." appealed strongly to Wei-le- experience that Chamberlain's Cough Mil llHttt ! ixKM. ta)iata t 1 had dreadful nervous headaches and effect, on the womanly constitution. 1M BVOOU K. ' He trusted that the time would IH.W. aooxroao. Hi. superior to any oth-fcprostration, and was scarcely able to Cardul makes for increased strength, :ome when the Church would conquer Itenjedy Ja far For croup there Is nothing tllat walk about. Could not do any of my the world with the Gospel Message, improves the appetite, tones up the nerexcels It." For sale by all dealers. when our context would be fulfilled. housework. .a vous system, and helps to make pale, ii We perceive uow that both Calvin I also had dreadful pains ia my back TADK.MABaprMJ otpUtnsd tal Puts End To Bad Habit, and Wesley were right. Only the Blect sallow cheeks, fresh and rosy. WsoUtl MTCNTII llsDuntrlca.oraiaa. one and sides and when one of these weak, PAi4ieitlMthmUiorulu,at our I Things never look bright to are to be saved during this Gospel I THAT Cardul has helped more than miUtoe I fpaaaa.aBiiltslpyouWauasasa, Age. but eventually Free Grace will wlta "the blues." Ten to one the sinking spells would come on me, 1 pnou or suhs wr rnKK """! Bandiroan. weak women, during the past 50 years. BOOKKEEPING prevnll. The connecting links ure fur- trouble Is a sluggish liver, filing the on iiatanuUUty. t yaanT pmcUca. BUM I KaiaJaaaAA atlla rrtraoukui MaaiNa RircncNCK. to tavwv itanaTvwi ahu pni nished Iu the Scripture telling us that system with bilious polsou.that Dr. would have to give up and lie down, It will surely do for you, what it fue I Book on Proaultl launta writ TYPEWRaTLNGaai B expel. until It wore off. before Messiah's Kingdom can Ik ' Sovanth Straac, J..livlliB Trw Partlnl tndav. TELEGRAPHY .ablUhed. the Church must be glorified, .King's Now Life Pills ofwould feelWMINOTOW, P. O. I was certainly In a dreadful state of Joy better Try them. Let the UU.'. Writ to: WlltaraJIsasaltP-lyyWIMPJiiJ." l'be election nf the Church ended, ings end "the. blues." Best for stoin- - health, when 1 finally decided to try visory Dot..QutUiMoaa MdldM Gl.book. AdChatunouci. Tn.. fr oimcuiI Ita Praaloaat haa vaava af aaaarlaaea ta atareaatlU on your cut .r.d Free Grace will begin. kldnejs. 25c at till drug- - Caruul, the woman's toaic, aad I firmly Itructionl (or Worna," Mat la plain wfawar. Hjif J- aad baoklnc bualaMi. abb Krun kIjcMIb 10.UO ach.llver and Trtatatnt rorjacoaw. awiiiar bow. u glaU. UliwafrKlVaiB. twaria,xisiw,s7. - Castorln is a linrmlcss substitute for Castor Oil, Pare Crlc, Drops nnd Soothing Syrups. It is piensant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine- nor other Narcotic substance. Its age Is Its guarantee. It destroys Worms And nllays Fcvorlshness. For moro than thirty years it lias been In constant use for tlio relief of Constipation,, I'latuiciicy, "Wind. Colic, nil Teething Troubles and JMarrhuM. It regulates the Stomach nnd Bowels, .assimilates the Food, giving healthy nnd natural sleep. Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. What is CASTORIA . Jeiue the Rescuer The Preparation li Ample The Reaulta 8ure A Foretold In the Bible. Urooklyn. N. Y.. Oct 211. We re- GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS m an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of tho Eustachian Tube. When this tube is Inflamed you have a rum bling sound or Imperfect hearing, and when It Is entirely closed, Deafness is the result, and unless the Inflammation can bp taken out and this tube restored to Us normal condition, hear Ing will be destroyed forever; nine cases out of ten are caused by Catarr which Is nothing but an inflamed con dition of the mucous surfaces. We will give One Hundred Dollars (or any case of Deafness (caused by by catarrh) that cannot bo cured Hall' Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars free. F. J. CHEN'EY &CO..TO-ledo, consent, to t.n 1 wt, tLrTiT'l tb ' cf i ' nfcr in'.i i iff 'it a pi,H bo- -i i . ' r.oicr'5 ri" rnnlK.lq-r tiicy; ,m I.- - . i i k.( -- . I tried Ilr. Flerco's mcdicinti, an J the t'avorlH Prcrrlption 1 ImmcdUUI- r.l two hoxps of lliti!:ni? SupposKoilcs ant Ij'.cts.' nml ct.i safely prmso tho naiio of Dr. vho nu'i, r frwri nny fend, '"'ra'c, f? tr- ilaiol to be. nnd I hopu will help othere a aI a I rltml, nnd toriucnafraul.butat JAMES & CO., - First Class Liverymeti Centertown, Kentucky. &L&$fffl&jfa The Kind You Have Always Bought Use For Over 30 OUR CLUBBING RATES. andTwice-a-WeekOwensborolnquir- MatHetiey SrBatts B KSV SEND YOUR BOY TO er IttVaSa 5 Address all orders to ss-f- e THE REPUBLICAN. y WE YOUR Letter Noteheads Envelopes Cards Statements SEEDS .... ijTnjra faaVeHh-SBBBjaaaaa- other printed forms are Special Attenton In The Republican thlr-ty-sl- . I Job Department. Jj-j- Scientific Jftertcatt a. Slr. H. W. BUCKBEE BULBS COULD SCARCELY WALK ABOUT cet tf T CASTORIA tZ&PM ! lb non-elec- Y pilti-i- I TT - 1 ataa """ araaaajaaj rJ ii t OS-BO- i . ye iiWWlliWWIMI'i'H"lWK' tf&NX UNITY DREAM CHURCHJF CHRIST Rev-Huckel Defines Position. Lust, Worldliness Congrc-gationali- st Gnti, atd Atheism of Force are to be Conqurrd. Tlie sltcain of the Congregational Church la tlic unity or the Church of .fesus ChrJst. Rev. Oliver Huckel of Baltimore thus defined the church's iposl-tioin an address this afternoon in connection with the national council of the church. Prominent leaders pulpits today and spoke on various subjects. He v. Charles L Jef- r V'mii Vs1 r.. rlfi. dfu.1n.wl : . ,.. u America nas our unison conquer, the first of which Is greed "iWothers of the nation should devote less time to social diversion and more to tho training of their sons Moderator and daughters," JliarJes It. Drown, dean of the Yale Jlansas Cllly, Mo., Oct. 2. ho may afield go shocking, pro tho sun has came acrost; and the old gray maro Is bucking, for her hair Is fufl. of frost. Tut away the wire screen swatter, let surviving flies remain; for a fellow hadn't ouglhtor hnvp destruction on the brain. Now tho iasturcs are too seedy to sup-lan- k and weedy, bawl for predlgostcd grass, and tho hogs ore chewing nub-bin- s which In nourishment are rich, port tho cons, alas, and the cattle and tho .mule with tutllo rubbln's would allcvlato the Itch. Oh, on oI'J the land, and nature coldly, gleams tho autumn sun. Lot us put away our swatters, for the summer's work Is done. Let us put away our s tatters, till tho files return next spring, when we'll soak their sons and daughters as wo caracole and sing! that Educational Bee Hot. -- ' I r. Walt, Mason. t n, SMALLHOUS Oct. 30. .Mr. and .Mrs. John Adding ton are the proud parents of a baby girl, who arrived Oot. 2i. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Klrtley also girl born Oct. 20. have a Mrs. Oscar W. Overhults, of Ced- aredge, Colo., who spent the iast two 'months with relatives and friends six-pou- DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For Representative M. T. o ' REPUBLICAN TICKET. For Representative N. B. WHITE. SOCIALIST For o Uepre.-cntntlve Constitutional Amendmciit. I TICKET. "Are you in favor of tho proposed Constitutional Amend ment whloh will allow the em ployment of convict labor upon public roads and bridges?" YES NO WESTERFIELD.... A. E. CHAPMAN. fjr her Mr. Hcrschel King, and Miss Rosa IUillock, spent Saturda night as the n guests of Miss Maude Callouay, Cent-ertow- For County Judge JNO. B. WILSON. For County Jndgc MUSKER For County Judge JOHN SHULTZ. and attended the protracted meeting at Central Grove near there Saturday and Sunday. Divinity SchooJ. Messrs. S. E. Hunter and Letcher S. Patton of Columbus, Jlcv. Carl Bennett, attended church at Central Ohio, deplored the tendency of min- Grove Sunday and dined with Mr. isters to dlscusa from the pulpit and Willie iglehart and wife. in .the press the alleged decadence Mr. Carl Renfrew and wife near of the church. Heflln, spent Saturday and Sunda I). Allen of Toledo ask- Jlcv. Ernest with Mr. Ben Ross and .family. rd a campaign for bringing young Mr. Jake Bennett of Iniana, spent kept from attending a fow boia, who are das, recently the guest of jjbWIc school through poverty or Mr. J. H. Barnard and mother. Into the Sunday schools. Mr Jake Smith spent the latter .Secretary Henry A. Atkinson of part of last week with his parents, 'Chicago addressed a Joint meeting of In Breckenrldge Co. cnurch leaders and the industrial Mr. John T. WIthrow, has been on ouncil at Labor Temple, defining the the sick list the past few davs. church's attitude toward labor. Little William Mitchol Overhults, ." '"The wisest method of church who has been on the sick list, is said Dr. Huckel, "Is consolida- much improved. tion an organic unity on terms of Mr. Jess Cundlff, who has been rqusdlty with the preservation of the working in Klmbjey Coal Mines near valuable points in each community, here, was killed by a train on his aliening all desired diversity in vvof way to his home at Nelson, Satur ship and work. Such a consolidation day night. Severn', from this place an organic unity on terms of equal attended the burial Monday. preservation of the vality with the aluable points In Instructions to Bidders. lowing all desdred diversity in wor-jhi- p 1. Sealed bids will be received at and work. Such a consolidation would lead to a great national church the office of the County Clerk, of the United Church of the United Ohio County, Kentucky, until 12 States a part of the United Church o'clock noon, November 1, 1913, for the construction of abutments and t the world. Dr. Jeffeison dwelt on the need of bridge across Rough river at Combs' a. restatement of the dostrlne of ferry. Plans and specifications for Christ to meet twentieth century which may be seen at the above of do4-'arce, un-"tlyy, Ahrc-ughou- L. HEAVRIN. For County Attorney J. P. SANDEFUR. C. For County Attorney E. SMITH. For County Attorney J. T. RONE. Constitutional Amendment No. 2 "Are you in favor of the proposed Constitutional Amendment to Section 171 of tho Constitution of Kentucky, which proposed amendment will allow the classification of property for Taxation, and which provides that laws past, pirsu-an- t to said Amendment shall be submitted to a vote of the People?" YES NO 'A- - For County Clerk J. B. RENFROW, For County Clerk W. C. BLANKENSHIP.. For County Clerk R. A. DAVIS. For Sheriff T. E. BUTL.ER. For Sheriff S. O. KEOWN. For Sheriff E. G. AUSTIN. For Jailer CHAS. P. TURNER. For Jailer W. P. MIDKIFF. For Jailer A. T. DAVIS. For Assessor C. C. For Assessor D. E. WARD. T. For AsMctisor u HINES. J. PHELPS. For School Superintendent OZNA SHULTS. tov School Superintendent HENRY LEACH. For School Superintendent ur homes. "The third is world'lness, which X always contracting our horizon ajxi bringing down our standards. "The fourth Is atheism of for:e, ihc doctrine that declares national .Krtatness - Is founded on naval ton- a 2. Aju bids must be on the regular "America has four dragons to meet .rvnd conquer," he said. "The first is form furnished by the County, sealed cats like a cancer In the and plainly marked. 3. The County reserves the right vita's of our nation. "The second Is lust, It bums like to rejeot any or all bids. 4. Tenders will be received on the consuming fire In our blood land jjro"ms. fice. For County Surveyor For County Surveyor C. S. MOXLEY. For County Surveyor following items: The construction of a steel bridge consisting of one 130 foot span and two 30 foot approaches across Rough river at Combs' Ferry, with necessary concrete abutments or tubler piers as tho committee may determine. THOS. H. BENTON, For Coroner For Coroner For Coroner W. E. NEWBOLT. . D A. B. RILEY. nage." LESLIE COMBS, Dr. Brown deplored woman's fiick For Magistrate For Magistrate For Magistrate J. C. JACKSON. nt interest In her children's spiritual 14t3. Committee. welfare. T. F. TANNER.... ED SHOWN. "There are many Christian homes," ROBT. DAVIS. fie wild, "where never from month's ADABURG. end to month's end do mothers deOctober 30. Singing closed at this vote one full hour to the high task place Sunday. It was under the manFor Constable For Constable of teaching children the Christian agement of Mr. Gardner Brown of For Constable truth or lifting up tholr spiritual! Mugan. nw.du In praer. This Is hurting the Several from here attended church I ' ; .ihurcb." at Dig Springs tho last wee"K. I The need of the right kind of men Mr. and Mrs. Tom Helm spent Sun. V ; to te trained for the high task of day night with Mr. Oble Helm and mrltual leadership also was empha-hxa.4.- 1 family. by Dr. Urovvu. Tho literary society Is progressing "We have not nearly enough men, nicely at this place. not only, but luw proved Its capac- - unto set my with sound health, of positive and hand nnd the Seal of Mrs. Kit Carson and Mrs. Tom ISSUES HIS FIRST Uy to tuko calm counsel amidst tho tho United Statos be affixed, vigorous build," ho declared; "men Hoover spent Monday and Tuesda with warm hjiupathles; men with nights with Mrs. IietindLa Patton. at .tho City of Washington THANKSGIVING ORDER rapid movemonts of affairs and dol JK j( day of O'0''"--, In tho year I n JJ--- 1 sufficient mental capacity to take DH " Mlsd Josle Helm of this place Is with its own life in a spirit of can-'thl- s' graining; men with common senso; attending Whltesvlllo school. do, righteousness and comity. iiicn of genuine Christian character. Mr. R. A. Davis, who Is a candidate We have seen tho practical o of lv; us a moreadeiuato bupply of for county court clerk, spoke at TayPresident Wilson Calls on People plotlon of a great work at tho Isth- tho one tho United States of America. hundred nnd thirty-eightsurh men and wo will send jou lead- lor Field school house last night. (Signed) ers worthy to sit on twelvo throne "WOODROW WILSON. mus of Panama which not only exSchool Is progressing nlcoly at this To Relurn Thanks on "By the President: f iwwer." place under tho management of Mr. emplifies tho Nation's abundant reDr. Patton criticized mlnlstci'3 who George Wedding. "W. J. BRYAN, Sec'y. of State. Nov. 27. sources to accomp'Ieh what It will, (Seal.)" .had marie In tho prosa and tho distinguished skill and caand pu'pit contrasting tho present Pay Your Taxes. pacity of Its public servants, but al iLty church conditions with those of Washington, October 29. President so promises the beginning of a now Taxes for the year 1913 are now iO yrars ago. ago, of now oontacta new neighbor FOR FLETCHER'S "Try as I will I cannot get up any due and we are ready to receive Wilson has designated Thursday, No- hoods, now sympathies, now bonds, same. Owing to a now law passed vember 27, as Thanksgiving Day, anxiety about tho church," said he. and and now aohlovoments of WHENEVER "If business men gavo Interviews to during tho last Legislature, relative Issued tho following his first and peace. For Sale. the newspapers about tho existence of to preparing tho receipts, all taxes Thanksgiving proclamation. "'Righteousness oxa!teth a nation,' bo the a bid outlook for business,, and urg-- J will have to and paid atyour office. So "The season is at hand in whloh and 'Peace on earth, good will to On account of a change In m. please call pay taxes at It has nun to hold on to their money, your been our cus ward men,' furnish tho only founda Iness I desire to sell my farm ryj.67 earliest convenience. U would create n panic. So It is 'with tom as a peoplo to turn in praise and tlons upon which can be built the Say Something Worth While BLACK." acres lying one and one-ha- lt T. H. miles the church. When the minister can- 2tf. thanksgiving to Almighty God, for lasting achievements of the human Sheriff Ohio County. SAY not see tho churches in an optlmls- His manifold mercies nnd blessings ' spirit. 'The year has irought.us tho north of Hartford on (he, Owensboro V die 'light, how can ho expect to have pike. WJ1I aoli aata, Whole Wwill to us as a nation. The year-tha- t has Batlsfactlons of work well done and Why have a measure of Protection aollowers?" Schle.mmef's Bakery Goods just passed has been marked in a freBh visions of our duty which iwlll dlvido. Easy" terms. -- V? JV on Eastern manufacturers that have peculiar degree by manifestation of make the work of the future, better Address Tnetat Dcrmott, Ark., or been established for generations and Autum. His gracious and beneficent provi- still. see A. M. Barnett one mile north of FOR ME. Kow wo hear the Autumn calling remove it entirely from the bet fields dence. "Now therefore, I. Wood row Wil Hartford. of ho Western States? Omaha (Nob. The Quality Will Bring; ..xnd her face is wreathed In smiles; "We have not on.y had peace thru- - son, President of the United States "t4. yajBARNETT. l. and tbo wilting Urtvcs are fulling In out our own borders and w.ith the na- - of America, do hereby designate A Pleasant 8mile. tine iuUt forest aisles. Put away tlons of the world, but that peace Thursday, tho 27th of November next, J. W. Copeland, of Dayton, Ohio, Astray Notice. your trusty uwatter 'mong thq troi.Ii lias brightened by constantly multi- as a day of Thanksgiving and pray- purchased a bottle of Chambertaln'a Carnival tea In your den, lot the Taken up oa an eatray, one hog plying evidences of genuine friend- er, and invite the people tbruout Cough Remedy for his boy who had a .of laughter cease till the summer about a ear old. Owner can have ship, of mutual sympathy and under tho Uand to cease from their wonted Cold, and before the bottle was HARTFORD .again! For tho frost is on the said hog by Identifying and paying standing, and of tho happy opera occupations and in their several horn- - used the boy's cold was gone. all Is jiuuipkla and the fodder's in the for upkeep and this notice. tlon of many elevating influences es and places of worship, render that not better than to pay a five W. 0. Schlemmer; Prop. jhock, and the drowsy rural pumpkin W. O. BOSWELL. of Ideal and of practice. both thanks to Almfghtty God. d'lar doctor's bill? Cor sale by all .gravis his couch at three o'clock 14 13. R. 2, Hartford, Ky. "The Nation has been prosperous - "In witness whereof I have hore-- dealers. HARTFORD. Ky. m ,v. "lo I tTlXltaZ" St ln com-'onc- (; X? -- h. uttei-ance- s Children Cry CASTORI A You Say Anything long-respect- W , k World-HeraV- 4 t BUY .: o -- r " iwiwaatn.sfcjiisifJiJU m)ii"M m"