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XXVI. CONTEST HAttTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FMDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1913. oven If such claims arc true and from Information now at hand thoro aro MERIT SYSTEM TO BE FOLLOWED NAVAJO INDIANS IMrlDUIl UUILAWO DEMOCRATS p ' Sandefur and Renfrow not ':" 1T iuv """ '"""'and ther'virm . with v.v- particulars tion Satisfied with Result. to all errors in favor of the rofer-enc- grave doubts of their proving much that they Claim. Under tho law Messrs. Smith and BlankonBhlp will bo compelled to fllo their answer to these contests In a fow days, in which they will Will UlDDflD flllTI 111P of another without their permission. Rabbits may bo bousht, sold or IEVERY 8,IlnPcd' but Packages containing (heir bodies or pants thereof must bo clearly marked, giving contents of package and name and address of her 15,' be Strictly Observed "iJ" Choosing Fourth-Clas- s is Rally to Defense of Eight gades and Hold at Bay U. S. I ed dn any o Postmasters. Marshall. 'CX First. but may be killed or captur other way. Victoria Taken By Rebels After Bloody Battle. A Kentucky farmer sought advice Santa Fa, N. M Nov. 17. Fifteen Washington, Nov . 17. The Civil Virtual Demand is Made By Reb Allege Mistakes of Election OffihtlflHrAfl VjJ 1 Irt . I fl1 In I1H mllfnfl ... flA. from a veterinary about a sick mule. fn uw !... nnnrk.iHAAM .. I I vi ? uu rtmtrilt.A. rM wvwuiimivu uimliaiiui;e tui. r 4fHH f Tho doctor advised calomel three ..ftl.. " '"M els For Recognition By fonse of eltht renegades and are re "ur any Illegal Democrat votes 'i' Bent examinations will be held within tho ported cers In County In Certif yiig be encampment of times the dose for a man. in armed next thirty days for tho positions "How can I make him take It?" at once to Mr. C. K. Smith, HartUnited States. miles postmaster In the Beautiful, Mountain, thirty-fiv- e of fourth-clas- s Resilt. "You put a stick of wood three- ford, Ky., in order that they may Hamph-shlr- e, southwest1 of tho Shlprock Agency .deStates of Vermont, New quarters of an Inch thick between bo alleged and prove tho truth of Florida, New Mexico, Virginia fying United States Marshal Huds- his teeth, and then you ra WW v take this this matter. peth to take prisoner the outlaws and North Carolina. Brownsville, Tex., Nov. 18. Evrubber tube, put the calomel In It, falling to win at tho forum of the' In this connection, a fetatoment is who are wanted en Federal warrants Insert it In the mule's mouth, which ery member defending the federal - people, j. p. sandefur, late Domo- -. Unwritten Law Upheld by Jury. sued by the Postoffice Department charging horsestealing, assault and Is held open by the piece of wood, garrison was killed before the Concrat candidate for county attorney, Hawesvllle, Ky., Nov. IS. The said: bigamy. and blow the medicine down his stitutionalists finally captured Vicand J. B. Renfrow, late" Democrat Jury In the case of the common-candidaTwo troops of cavalry have been toria, thq capital of tho Mexican-stat- e "This order (President Wilson's oragainst Ernest Basham for der of May 7) removed the cloak of asked for by tho Marshal, and ithe re throat." for County Court Clerk.hav j wealth ot Tamaullpas today, according "That's easy enough," said the eactiJIIed election content suits in the killing of Ralph Young hut July, civil service protection from a large quest has been referred by the War to a report of General Pablo Gonfarmer. tho Ohio Circuit Court against their, and against .whom there was only body of fourth-clas- s postmasters who Dopartmcnt to MaJ. Gen. Cartern Three weeks later the doctor met zales, who commanded the attacking successful opponents, C. E. evidence, and who had been blanketed into the classi- command of the border patrol. Smith circumstantial the farmer, who had changed Great- forces, to the Constitutionalist headAnd W. C. Illankenshlp. The suits pleaded the unwritten law, found tho fied service by President Taft and It is feared that before the cav- ly. He was emaciated, humped, ghast- quarters at iMatamoras tonight. Gonere filed Jato Saturday afternoon, j defendant not guilty this afternoon, directed zales describes the battle as one of that these positions be alry arrives, the renegades' will be November 1Mb, at tho very last mo- - after twenty minutes of deliberation, thrown open to civil service com- joined by many at tho command of ly and bundled in heavy wraplngs. "Why .what's the matter?" said tho bloodiest of the revolution. nient allowed by law, in tho hope, ltl Attorney W. Scott Morrison, who petition. The examinations will be tho medicine men and of the plural No definite estlmato is given of the the doctor. Js believed, that no retaliation Bults mado the only speech for the life loss, but it was said the dead open to the present postmasters of wife men who are reported to be Xae farmer sighed deeply and o could bo filed by defeated feneo pleaded self dofonse to some these offices as as to any oth- stlrrlnS" the Navajos to rebellion. spoke feebl: I "That mule," he bodies Jittered the streets, lay thick: sC Republican candidates. extent, but put most stress on the er persons who desire to compete. The Indians are fortifying on said, "that cussed, knowing mule! through the courtyard and halls of Itoe complaints set up in the two 'unwritten law, cUlmlngtbatJpaaham "Postmaster General Burleson stat- high, table mountain, the summit of You, see, 1 got ready, just as you the government palace.where a porlietlUons a;r vroy similar, and al- - rd'a bo killing in the defease ,bt his ed ho desired it distinctly under- which Js approachable by only one told me, got the tube in his mouth tion of the federal earison made lege that Jn Narrows precinct stand. Evrey one of these men the home nd h,s wWe'a name, stood it Is his purpese to carry out tortuous road. pausready to blow, Attorney Rlugo did the intent of President Wilson's orProsccutlnB Agent W. T. Shelton Is at the ed for breath, and then," he was slain after being driven from election officers counted and certi-- l "then that Infernal Xlcd the Catholic sanctuary yesterday. the vote wrong, giving each; not ask for a severer verdict "than der that these positions be filled dn agency awaiting the arrival of the mule blew first." manslaughter, but a strong speech la accordance with both the spirit and troops. No word was received toThe greater portion of the garri Smith and Blankenshlp four votes son of 3,000 evacuated the city wore than it Is claimed they were 'avor of a verdict of guilty, letter of the civil service law. He night that .they had started. Rasham roceiVod the. congratula-defu- r added he does not delegate the pow- Marshal Hudspeth after surveying BURGLARY DEMANDS entitled to, and falling to give San-- 1 at 8:30 o'clock and retreated to Tulsa, some miles away, where and Ronfrow four votes that it tlons r many friends in the court-J- s er of apolntment nor In any case the position or tne Indians roturn-l- s again they were overtaken and declaimed they wore ontlUed ito; house at the tlmo. selection mado simply uion or cd here tonight with three of the EXCEPTIONAL SKILL cisively defeated. They fled demorthat In Beda Sandefur and Renfrow, because of a recommendation of a original eleven renegades, Tne eignt others escaped and rallied their tribes- each received two votes that wore alized into the hills. The attacking member of Congress. Constitutionalists not counted for them; that in West HALF COMPLETED numbered 5,000. He stated further that he has a men to the defense before the Mar duty to nerfonn under the civil eer- Hartford each received one vote Their loss is four officers and from For Men of Educa, the dayOpportunity thirty to fjfty men. The federal los that was not counted for either And, SAN DIEGO BbUHNGS vice rules: that It Is his desire to by the marshal and the Indian agents were .that Smith and Blankonship is hundreds select in every case, the most offl- tion to Become Thieves NogsJesT Nov. 18. Francisco credited with a voto each thatnoith-- 1 dent man obtainable; and that In showed that the Indians surrqund-ftirthpranc- fl r were entitled to, same being the Never so Good. minister ot foreign relations of such deslrw. h !a us- - lng the" renegades leaders had round By ing and Intends to continue to use'ed up their cattle and sheep, In the Carranza cabinet, asked Wil 4yxo of Frank- - coiiins, or coior.who Promise Entire completion 13 . was permitted to .1 have his ballot liam Bayard Hale late today to available means of ascertain- - vested their corn and otherwise made i aujus i .stamped by tho clerk, and not re- -. In the best of the men certified ready for aT"slese. The Indians are i Such of the 1913 cron of colleee sent his credentials before ' fucker" . w quired .to go into tho booth, '.l be- to him by the Civil Service t'ommts- - led" by .'Chief Blackhprse and 150 'graduates as have not yet chosen, continuing conferences. This is .In1914. young bucks. Their encampment a career may be Interested to learn terpreted as' a virtual demand for in alleged that Collins was helth-eiMln- d slon. nor phjsicaHy unable to mark "And further, he baa directed that "Surrounds the Noel Trading Post on that according to - the chairman of recognition ot the ConstHutionaJtat-revolutiohi J ballot: that in North Rocknort annoint- - Beautiful Mountain. all letters reconimendlne before exchanges between the Middlesex Sessions, the opportun- California, Nov. 18-San precinct tho election otflcers made a ments based upon political considI ly r men of education in the burg- the Carranzlstas and Washington Frors at Ten CetitS Each. mistake in counting and certifying statement issued on the first day of erations be returned to the writers. Escudero said,- - "for our South Americans are about the icnly &ry business was never so good as tho vote to tha prejudice of Sande- November by the officials of the San "The Postmaster General states people who do not raise a protest now. Tho ignorant Bill Slkes type part unofficial negotiations are endfur, affecting 22 votes, and Renfrow Dleso Exposition Informs those in- that he is in earnest in his effort to has ceased to exist, to be superced- ed." The announcement of the aga,nst Uylng ta mh S; that In East Fordsville precinct terested In tho progress of work on uuuiiu j.uc veil Lutsu, rc&irurctfo ui United surdemand caused ed by the genteel and erudite Raffles. States. Xho officers failed to count one vote the. Exposition grounds that tho Exprise, since at the beginning ot the their political opinion, and whenevSir Robert Anderson, formerly of "We cannot kick about the hlsh com- to which Sandefur and Renfrow position was more than one-ha- lt negotiations er he finds In any case, that he has Carranza asserted he we aiuwn oi been misled because of recommenda- prices in America' Eaid Dr. A. R. Scotland Yard without committing did not desire recognition, and auy ana umm clalra to be entUJed. and In West Piea Calvo, of Buenos Aires, 'Because we himself to the correctness of the. I Works of waa six weeks in advance Fordsville Elbert Cheek. Sam Kirk. tions made for political reasons, the pay much higher prio In our own view expressed, declares that If lt wanted the embargo on the. importaThe promise had been fourthclaM postmaster or And Walter Malono each voted for lu cedule. rural car onntrv nartlcularlv In ihn citv of is true it .is due to the fact that tion of arms lifted. The only effcasn--tl- al mum m er" Smith and RlankensbJp and neither al rier so appointed will be promptly . nanna A,PM Th,H that Hale presented was a rinclnaUy punishment is now much lighter than 0 thu th EPO?klon removed were entitled to vote In that pre- - ono yer from office." letter from President Wilson. to the upper classes for among tho formerly and that long sentences clnot; that in Ralph L. J. Plerson buildings and grounds woujd. be IU4nw t uln larAltr aa have" disappeared. He fchlnkB presCEMTJwfGkOVE. t,rel complete ny the first day of Taggart voted for the Republican can ttlttea. Offer 9f $3,500, cheap UlH)t (cheaper than in the ent methods tend to increase crime.' AuKuet, 1914, five months in advance dldates and was not enUtled to vote 17. Farmers are very bmy Nov. "I remember that once a (friend QQ0 FOf Hotels. United States. But in Buenos Aires in said precinct; that in Sulphur of the opening day. January, 1915. at this writing, Batherjng command ' wh six weeks leeway at the prea- Indlanapolla. Ind.. Nov. 17. Word lt 'cots more to live than in Washln of mine, who was a minister went SnrlncB the officers failed to count , ton. Wew York or any other of your to New York, where he was shown striping tobacco. 4 votes for Sandefur and Renfrow ont time, officials of the San Diego was received here today from. French The Death Angel visited the hesse Expositions confident that 4hi Lick, Ind., that Thomas Taggaxt fead bigolues. This Js true also or tne over. the prisons,'' said Sir Robert. re I to which they were entitled. I larger cities In other South American "As he was speaking to a Well ed- of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Rowe, and As a final coun they wantArnold Promise will, not only be kept, .but refused an offer of $3,500,000 (for his darling babe, ,x aonths. Instead of five, as hotel property there. The offer was countries. In Lima, Peru, for In- ucated prisoner on the sadness of his took from them their precinct, which is a strong Repub- - h yearn stance, fresh eggs, cost ten cents position, the man replledYou have little Gilbert, who was three Jlcan precinct, glvln Smith 33 and orUlna'.ly Intondfd. will be afforded made by a Now York syndicate. ttfid fha mlllttv la ut hl?tl lfhn.t fox hunting in England. Sometimes old, a bright and pleasant child. He 'Mr. Taggart said his main reason anlu. Blankcnship 23 majority, thrown out for additional adornment of grounds only the rich can Tafford to have it or you sot a had faU while hunting, died Nov. 12. ot dlpthcrla and was were and avenues, and the cleaning up for not Belling ws aeotlmeatal. He itafraachlscd because no booths do you inotT I have had a bad fall, burled the following day at Central necessary after the said ho had seen the resort grow from tho table. .altogether, and the voters thereof " AVo extend Our" The price ot eggs at Buenos Aires-fr-esh but that is no reason why I should Grove cemetery. a, Exposition nu almost nothing to Its present proporbecause no booths were' heartfelt sympathy to the family' in give up the sport.' eggs of course is Utile less than They feel safe In asserting tions, and that he wished his aon, and the voters were com- - tures. Ithe this their sad bereavement. a price ot That is lellk'to cast their ballots in a cor- - ,TO. nat no other Exposition was Tom, 1o continue, the business when in Lima. Beef commandsother meats educated the point otHoview of Little Miss Lottie B. Williams 'la prisoner. considers d he eteped out. He also said that as fifty cents a pound, and -. far advanced a year and two ner of tho room, which was partiare proportionately high. A man In the risks, and if they are not too very 111 of typhoid fever at this writoff by caUco curtains. In Ren- - U ahead of its opening time as to a business proposition, the future of so- ing. the resort was worth more than the the professions cannot livo comfort- heavy ho continues to prey on f row's petition he claims that In."1 San Diego Exposition. Miss Louva Miller who has had her ably for less ithan $700 to$800 a ciety. Tho only way to deal with him Ach of tho remaining precincts he M the time, of this announcement offer of ithe New Yorkers. Is to make these risks bo heavy that foot very badly scalded is Improvmonth if he does any entertaining at .received 3 or 4 votes that wero not fuUy elgnty per cent or the contem-.counte- d ing nicely. Onq cannot get any hotel ac- he will care to incur them." all. Newspaper Sold. for him, and he asks that 'Plated, work on the grounds of the Mrs. DIanna Martin visited the commodations, such as can be had these nlao bo added and given to Exposition Was done. Eight of the Lexington, Ky Nov. 17. A deal in Washington, say, for $6 a day, home lot Mr. Leonard Leach SatWoerner-Barras- s. y hJb,t bulldjaga were was closed for the sale ot Jilm. He further asks that all the1'twolv urday night, near Ricketts. $12 to $15." County's Ohio popular Circuit whllo flande- - j hearing completion, and foundations the Lexington Daily Leader, estab- for less than ballots be The Baptlzlngthat was to have a11 ot & others were JaW. Work Court Clerk, Air. E. O. Barrass, and been at tBls-pla"years aao by Samlished twenty-fiv- e fur will bo satisfied, so he alleges, for Sunday, was postThe New Gane Laws. tb bulldlnes and spectacular fea uel Judsou Roberts and owned since his still more popular assistant, poned on account ot the recent IllIf the balloU of Narrows. Beda, West No person shall hunt without a e. Hartford, North Rockport, East Fords tures along the Isthmus, the amuse his death by hLs? widow, Mrs. Anna license provided, however, owners Miss Stella Woerner, surprised their ness of the pastor, Rev. R. E.( many friends Wednesday, when they ment concession street of the Ex- Trout Roberts, to a stock company vllle and Sulphur Sprint's be recover We hope he will residents, of land, their children if and alleged illegal votes knocked position, was well under way, some of ton Lexington men headed by tenants or their children it residents, were quietly married at the Woerner and be In our midst again soon. of the largest Industrial and com- former Representative John G. Stoll, 1:00 p. m. off of Smltn's majority In several Mrs. Minnie Roeder was honored may hunt on their own land or lease home on Union Street, at mercial exhibits were being Install- president ot the Lexington WaterRev. W. B. Wright officiated and with a surprise birthday dinner Nov. other precincts. hold or land immediately adjoining ed, aud the buildings of foreign coun- works Company. The. principal stockthe guests were limited to a few 9, her 42nd birthday. The friends All this evidently looks good to tries and the various states of the holders are John O. Stoll, W. F. theirs. personal friends. They left at onco and relatives gathered in with wall Messrs. Sahdefur and Renfrow, but Hunters must carry their license Indlca-tloa- a Uaitsd States were begun. for a short bridal trip to Louisville filled baskets until noon. She Warren, cashier of. the Faette Na when hunting. reIn the light of grave irregularities bow are that nothing can pre- tional Bank; Dr. S. H. Halley and and will be at home to their friends ceived "several 'nice presents, Thero rereported and extraordinary means License may be obtained from the at the Woerner residence in a few were 87 present. They all enjoyed ported to by these candidates or their vent the. San Diego Exposition from Henry K. Mllward, at present bus County Clark. being ready on time.. days. iness manager oi me paper. the day. and 'especially Mrs, Roeder. .henchmen to vet votes 'before and November 15 Uwful t0 Klll-Q- uall, price Is not made public. day 4a assay parts of -- on 'jalroUefi She now wishes to thank her kind Jaauary i; pheasants, November TtitT WMtcri Chin. purchaser, will take over the prop- - 15 to Oily Six MmUs SckMl. friends", one and all, for their kindthe aounty, It would seem that they Sulwr 1; doveg AygUirt l Jaa .should have been satisfied wkbthra or wlld duck, The plan of Supt. Hamlet to in- ness shown to her on that day. Fow york, Nov.- - 17. Wn. Suiwr, erty January 1. It is understood that February JT g00M 'with May God bless and abide results as;cerMfled by (he hoaest elec- deposed Go vornor of Nw York and me same emeu (oroe wii vuuuuw Aug. 15 to April 1; rabbits, Novem- crease the common school term to operate the paper. Mr. Stoll and ber 15 o September 15; black and seven months this year has beea you all forever, is jths. prayer of officers of the various 'Brockets. meajber-elfo- t of the new OegUlature to tion " One Present. uasenrtood.shat thiif Repufc"--Iki- ii baa' arranged to sWn'd the next 'alx his associates purchased the paper fox. squirrels; June 15 to September abandoned because the Attorney Gen- the writer. It opBsasats, who ar new defends weeks as a iour ot western cities to as, a baatae tavetment. 15 and November 15 to February 1. eral has ruled that under the Stat' Ortitfathy. .auts inhume .suiu, wiu m aeje to spread further bis deaaclaUoB of UnaUwfitf to buy, sell or offer for ute, which now fixes the coasaea DU you know that Calomel Is votes r Taawaany Hall which be has repeated Mercury, and that Its mercurlous ef sale, at any time, any quail, pheasant school term at six months, there Is Dr. O. B.' Deckery, osteopathic .show a vast number ef no authority to increase., although physician, has located in Beaver Dam. that were cast ier, betii Saadefur and ly eharged with a plot ito remove Mi fects wHl ruin the system, while or wild turkey. Re&fr9w, and la addition taeretor , frasa ofOee. Ills topic will be The GrMaby a Unlawful to bay same from any the funds may justify It. The cow- Ky., and ask all who are la any way, is purely veg- rora in nvor or own paaaeiur aaa Treason of Tammany, sad Mc tour stable, and eaa be used wkh iper-- State, sale ef which U prohibited by ing session of the legislature will afflicted to sail on him for free 'eaa- -. no doubt remedy the defect In. the saltstioa and examination. Office la Rlnfrow which la Ihe sad will mere will take huu as Car west 'as' she feA salsty? 'Ask J. H. Williams, the laws of that, State. Casebler building. t Unlawful to sat traps upon the land statute. . , . Hartford, Ky. iban offset the claims ct esateataats. Pacific coast cities. Democrat candidates. The time for this Investigation is so short that thoir attornejs are urglnff that full The Mule Blew -- r ::"' '"l!"' ...j.. 11 ... te ld this-mornin- g J" ZlSZSJTS ro, har-ove- ry n D' A -- m piu, ,,. pw-son- -- .1..a u !.. comple-dl-franchis- de "u atrulc-pAvfde- mon-tloae- -- to-da- ce Fu-qu- tt .TJtYfc " lilal ax is,', ,:" J I 1 'v'?-- i '' 'I' jfc i sts wling Green Business University BOWLING GREEN, y KENTUCKY. The students who went to positions in July and August will earn S60.O0O in their first year after leaving school, and' this is almost S50.000 more than they ever made in any other one year. In other words, by taking a business course six. A course in Bookkeeping. Shorthand. Stenotypy, Telegraphy, Railroad Acthey multiplied their earning-powerbcounting, English. Penmanship or Typewriting can be completed in a few months. Write the School for Its Catalogs, Bankers Books, LEARNING A Rate-Shee- ts, Photographs and Other Information. New Times, New Things The old fcrtiiirer formulas are jivmj LANGUAGE. Yaurfjer It d. 1 It 1 an jnr Taah t In T'sn tli Ht-.- timt t jcu are jmnx. Th We j uiktci.; it & ediMrfB. rftn unr Ta- T it Drln'cfas s!tt fitted tmnbhar thnt they .tr talr B.im to :& fc th.- - aticrvaaor of the Hrtfe- round fl-kn"tw- ft b:m arir.iy tta.-ti Ter prfe-t- l baktEixl that. Uers wa.a I fcite- - cou-- waii'a ecer wny taey re--e ai an. t tlpre-- i snKmJ ta.it irien yoi ears .1 n" about oa the t.iWe tbe mtaWJ laro I T.tTf iVi. .ivvwtff Jt.UrtB.w on ire exrrti-inaal iWetop-Ja- sr rwtdba .ixila icil ibere retnalced wtta ! J! "" JTr"" t!le force lu tte a aev fx'efvof bra la. Atrial Nott. ta ria nptn.nl. WMV Li.UUfc- jr several Vtlzcuz The Cynli If he f.ilK my de:ir. If act. of its frtter LiiVl rtjlm tr th yon're not to rr:iin or fnlnt. Iiecause etjiaV: frwa ooe to acicaer yoit a rut Fairl Laay. nriM !nrte nruortT f!len wur-'i- f fi acem i!dait7 O ranaj ta pfeo nee The I U ior.en I.127? .rafjrfi5re htnl wnn!.t mnHrrw It' Jnt irli.it we all came to of train wafca actuates our tfl(urtt. I thought be wai pdnj to Ijdy-B- iit m tuiae Mr tr. heTI b.t-tf- c Wh. wbea sb had cleared ber T airitcb rf e etcter asil s"ia:3 taite up a iMrni;er. i.iie. .:?. .. ct lata .1 recofrfaj: tiivxr ami then ..i. uut ul bntwen. on t asotac f.r oiet.).l ti roc ia ..ud titra it . time ai I dicoTered ter la will alaraa cocfee la aroa.f-Jml- e. Hydi ParW't Marblt Arch. act of cijoy p Ber tand oer tb ajnl tter tftat taere Is .1 deiait The marble arvb of tbe north .lde of prodoctfoa of anKber hen. and .1 care; paa rrea tae co.ib? of la.ajsa.pi b deolsned original- r He taateoRie cab((ila rUl ilt rli-rfal Tcatca thereafter dcfoetl ter tro Hyde park. marfe. It Ncoaes ever ly by Kins (Scorse IV. to be n en- apubUirfes. A Has of bnoior U iscre tUSralt to awa&ea a a cciweil tram: to Buckingham palace, cost tiO.- oq of then. .ini tbU b part of ta brain aa! bria? It laio jc-tl- T WHERE MONEY IS USELESS. rwrarfed as a arlaj jrace. f.r t aati to be?fa at rveac-tar- e fcar decided to aldw her to coctiac la lale. Atluatic. "There could be no better mediAacaftaXon ItXani Haa Nan and Has tirta? f her rriz. cine than Cbamberlaln'a Couch RemNa Xtd Far It. edy. My children were all sick with RRST POSTAL TRAIN. Th fa bad o AJOtaaloo. la ti hoop!n? cou?h. One of them was PERSIA'S POET LAUREATE. teloojla Great Britain, b la tri, bad a high fever and was it Waa Trivi In TJ& ard Pnvvi a of Totoaafc forrsatfoc eiat cCea by H Tnaeaush Succeia. itr la at:, and ha a popiibrioa of H Jae. WVn but a Had- Or, Waa cou?hln3 up blood. Our doctor gave Anytning Sirxcurt. Ti irsiJrtil of a pot.iI car aersice. aboct Cft. It wu calababited catit ta them Chatnberlain'a Cough Remedy la bfA mail matter is aa3rted w!ui coniaecieaf of Xapofeiia at at. Heiecj. Tenb b ta only coaatry tsides aad the first dose eased them, and Flebnd where a poet laureate ia trarsiz, wat ta:id ia ItM oa tb ba It wxi occupied by a taalt Brlt-b- a been ofirbSIy naiatalned cntii has three bottles cured them." says Mre. aa.1 ,Vortii'stra railway. ChVas of force. It b ijt) miT tona-e-.R. A. Donaldson, of Lexington, Miss. j TJw x tborcma. aiiceesa. St HiJena. seienv Vise numbers of tnrtT Shah Jlazaaffer el Dfa ia IsOi all-bhe- d For sale by all dealers. ztut nuwxj m.iK Jervfce ?s:ii fc.iasi-rate- d are focad on la shores, aad It serves How to Reckon Tonnage. of honor, tfbich tbe the r oa i?eral of tbe as x depot azd xateriaa; pbee tor; ti.it The method of reckoning a easel's coort of Teheran fc ceataries bad raCwa tla3 aad wu zradual-l- y tonnage, carpenter's measurements. Is eatecded alt oer tb Caited Scares Asoecsloa b yTerai by a capt.Ua toasted. Bert tbe datles of tb b create as follows: for a single deck vessel. of old Iran were far cir onerott l otter cotatrr. acl ai'tt-appelated by th Bnd-'admiralty. nltiply the length of keel, the of h5 BrirLih eoefrer. Ia 1ST :b Aaiericaa railway atH TUr fa & pnrate proprty la bad. tftt.i .. . hreadth nf hatn anA HantK .r KmU a. ..... ..r organized oo a a teoa. n. cue. and bo us for ooo- xa l&". l i ". "" Tesaej. multiply as mr perujcat bcni-.- . wlta efit ferritiiriat ey. Tb Ciui'zs and herd are pabtor erer tne -- xtn.; ot srnss trjTeiij nts before, eatixiras had to include a dwarf, a "Wa hides, eaeft ia ebaria of a upena-te4i- ir property, aad ta niat b bscei xt dit balf th breadth of beam for a Jester, S-- are ta ibocdfaat to a seneral ebff retaWe ?iowa oa siaat.bureate. a bbtociosrapljer and a oepia ot mo noia ana divide by 95 at WTaailasroo. the farm.. Whea aa fata ad tSheraaa poet The !a.t two were kept btty." for. Thit lerrice wvu aaiocsr ta tlrst to ciaiea a catch b brings It t tb :uV.x a ninlera rtaaai;d cira jrTire. xaardrooca. whr It b bsrsed by tb while the bbtoeiorapher had to record apfuatservt 0 wnwy 'cull deria Serjeant taajw PracttcaUy ta earJr for posterity all th dot&c sii tayinc 1 th burnt havl&s alway Leeo mud for a proba-tSor- y pijpcbtloo tr jlIorv and they wort of th stub (padl-ihacalled c;oo to celebrate a bnre I rtrfe'I. permanent etaptrtyiaeat at Evt of the naaoa ca.1. Th Tot Iafuita aad CMldrem. proportion of the ia verse. Tbb ca-ti- a beit r: B.lt.id 00 sarbfactory err-i- mareteer b a Jjc tin. b th wa sot o bad after alL and it ! KWYMlUfi Always aivl ooikIoct and Nieil 00 s are th ahepfeeni. th wa rtddly obnenrrd and followed np srawl eac oaly. The ha been th stoocu. nso3o. carpenter " Bears tha many of for -Kraduaily inrea'Wd aaI r.ew dIrfciVc aai pScaiheri. Eea th bland trapper hb tb hah. fcnowias that woald be Jhjnotar of 3r deed and n?teranor w ocyauiid atvl b cow operated oa IV rW who gets rewards for th talfa of rot crystallized into an cie. 00 lib Intperia Te?7 roll way St. Ixttlt b a aifor. felt bound tt peak and If I Th cflatate b aa.J wanierii frf-"- . Joviality Out of Plae. a thinr that Jlaa-wrTaaythlnc raa b zrown. Loadoa Fam- behar ei Oin. "Tour mistake was in misunderch alIUhed the Sword irnjn ef tn &t. ily Herald. Mr. nter i'A. PhiUdeipbU standing a your country." aald foundPlow-deTk -- woribaieo of the a'e tb to man and woman dana w&she. si'- -! rahes. .tilsbes. mrxl- - . cing ta the street and charged with ELEPHANT SERVANTS. Oahe an.1 the narwhal, with 5t sriral-- , disorderly conduct at Marylebon An UnS3np!inntary CompMr. ly twttd Htnistit tcffc... 5sd.bea An Easy Solution of th Mjrsamald A yofias tenr. mbfortun it Thia U not a country where people - warm InbaMt tiwhile tb Prabltm In Bcniai. was ti b iMttIy nsly. waluM oa caa afford to be Jovial. You muat culnarwtsal u a oratnre of the A.vtic -tivate a spirit ot melancholy If you Ia nerbid" th acthor retire aa Chernhial 03 and akeii to be of the narwhal t hollow Th tu and specimen of bb vocal waat to be safe. Go away Ttt-Ut- be aa to sir nearly to th- - point anil l plra!Iy eitraordiaary eoaiedy witaeased by a you can." London For a wondr hb applicatioa aad aa It ii- - It tH-- a i wej;3 friend who wjs iiftlar la tbe veraniia srrTL of bfa tent ia Beasai watching hb wa met by a sulky of acrjnles- of AkIko ad to pinnze thwth th He anr. and Mns nperbiy ice to breathe, th.-- narwhal fceias a phaat. wbleh were plcketcl under roc What Toxans Admire, a short dbtanc oS. wb- Ther- ocie a another n.j.1. accompanied lb hearty, vigorous life, according to tatea. He .iw tbe wife of on of th by mefhlnc rfke a nort of atbfac-rio- Hush Tallman, of San Antonio. raijirtit lit the fee sreat Jam-as- e Iih from iitf.i.t.-tentiik ta by the lunii!-titujt- - maboQti eaen Thn came a aue. which, after "We find." he writes, "that Dr. (V or of thb jreut 't mMiH IU UV tlfUTV a minute or o. wa broken by the. King's New Life Tills surely put new -It f!oe up to a has -- tuker." .MUhful artbt .tiltu Is falterins ae- rrMture. that sai-tlsie- s eche a sb then cnu whether be mi;ht eventually i life and energy Into a person. Wife leiitth of Sflfi tvi. with n tiM of t whoa o uuJcj low from lt t te ..---t In leuth A 3 pat the Jrepi3i child down bfore It iwpe for an enirareaient at tbe srand Ul1 ' bellete they are tho host ni!-- . bowTer. the Barutul v?t ly ami abamol ra.a. Next se prea.l opra -- Xr" tlmnderwl the director itaad." Excellent for stomach, liver y t or kidney troubles. 23 cts. at alt dniK for the ptrrj.r.e of Uliia? nh for 1 blanket oa the croend aad placed th- - -- Bar. 31. CemMn- r- "Nor The In the mtl of Uvei-r- 2 la the center of It. we.H within : coa-bra.-tthe w.i slowly depcinin: gb'.i. in kin at Ivfinurk have Ion: piis.eel rich of the probosci. Then t when Chembiui roe. took him by both Oiigfn of Two Old Saytnoa. a icjjrn'.&cerit throne mad of tn.k of abaaaln? lain, more ostenfatJocsly. : arou an.1 looked hlni fwlly In the fat-"Going to the dogs" coma from the thb etarfin. Th-- e ttwfc are batder went oZ to the bazaar. "I ata orry." be said, "vry orry. tint. ani n biter than Ivory. Proest'y tbe child awote and sota own cher. do you think that tbe opera test, where dogs are scavengers of b?an ti crawl tovard the edze of we could ;et up a company of oran? on- - the streets, and become so unclean at blanket. Bnt when it bad cone a fuot tanss to sins with yoaJ SaU's "Life to.be unfit to touch; while the exAutSar Whs Wrots Ltgitly. pression "Tell it to the marines" usod No an'.hcr. or ny one for that or two tbe elephant, stretching out hb asd Ad ten to res. to show disbelief In the truth of a matter, ruuid irclWy have written trunk, sently pulle.1 it back to iu oris-- 1 story, arose from the fact that when iiwre fcflWy than Francb Tbompson. 'nal position. Asm In and asln thei Worth th Panalty. the marines first went afloat they He wr&te frequently la penci! in a Mby attempted similar excursions to ! TJaK ft sv v vabu '" 7' aa were naturally rather "green" careful ro.itrl bao-- J that wotld hav- -. resiotw beyorsl the blanket's else, tmt l k.. " u.vu "i ".., mk u uou .k .w f. nautical affairs, and somone pot a acboollioy at tbe top of bb writ u,u r. v;t. & forwddeo u touch. . who related a very tall yarn, waa log flai. tilt copy wai always "good' noa oin- - '"7 rir"- eiepnanun scperrisioai nl a m told to "tell It to the marines," the 1!?. Ml for tb cKsUor. which was fortu- - Anally proved 1 dull, and a., tbehlM too ran .S It. told Jt .1 nate. for there was always tbe rnat lay quirt for awhile, zazinc up at 1 It .mower down th strip of lawn aud idea being that they could be more T eUy stilled. diniculty Iq getting bits to correct ..f.J nurs. then dropped off peace-K.- .i again be atopped. tlx tiro( of his revlewa. I bare the fully to sleep again. "You will have to com into tbe raaaiBACrlpt of one of bb Liter poem, "It U a pleasure to tell you that house and stay for an hour." said bb whirfa a child of ten could read with mother. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is tho though It b written tartly In eae. "Whr dM von ran that mower after best cough medlctnra I huo ovor ink and partly In pencil and carefully your niuKicu crosai i im;- - 1 tft!d J0a t0 toji- ?- abe asked, used." writes Mrs. Hugh Campbell, ntiKk together where line bare been able, aald John. "I'd of Lavonla Ua,. "I haxc used It with fault finding disposition b o.'t. "Well, nutnt-ia.- ne was nlpd out wild ratber nave run it twice ana nave to all my children and the results have pvfcubly the only writer of aenhu who en due to 'a disordered stomach. A atay In the botv for an boor than not been highly satlstaetorlly." For sale twie l euny eteK-books as manu-acrH- man with good digestion U nearly ran It at alL National Monthly. . by all dealers. p(?r. txiiidou always good not u red. A great maayl have been permanently Political Birds. cured of j TMysn and a Taltacopa. this futiny. my ,Hlr Betrbbm Tree In Homach trouble by tailftg ("hasAer-- j w,f (readlngi-ln- -t FOR FLETCHER'S nere ' "n "rtkle hk'h bb and Afterthought" telb laln'a Tablets. For aI by all deal- thin tile of Lord Teutirw.o- - Th" era. ea Varnicr by htr.irt a rre-i- t many worib. not weref mining the- piifcite- .mil stici- diifervot oiiath. hire new .irtitmle- ef uii&d. aditprJcr .VtMH.r definite &.l tern as t th b'snicttiua ( fieilfeie. iti nDCSiair cert-iith Xs.n-r- - er it K. rmr elder rewsr fcmsn.tjtf' as we grwvr the huntm:in trnc merely ymmr th fli'a iti.--. tSe county b.i J Da iav.twl t m- -c .i'-- I afai. After ii .ar h. ho-whether 6t wonit Lft ti l5c at tt c a to Invited tnt:hjirt..:r ni all th. a i ftrti- -i unacr t.xra:n.iri- hi - ' -- - t bt-te- r j'L eW. :rt2-- I f.r twenty BuaT- - .it :& wonder of rtli heaven. "WWl. wi.it .ti yixt rNn'c Jlr Ts3yaT fnnnin- -I hfc bwC "I livc'c thta'c mnrii f our Tensy-Hirepffed- county f isMe-a.".iniL " o Ta.3ya rjoi frsittiaa up tie . - Turals. ti.at fit ht 1 ,U Iiia-jpia- ine h.it f 'ind a ne-- r je-l- f of lInl la AnttralLt whl h hate fmir lex Only Iti S- sf Hui-- ar Sjvri This Sit, trhttorer di joti aaptoe tbey Htrt Fran OtcJprMtiofl. w.tnt fiwir r-- f"f 3 proS-3Wfor )oie t.ii. write- - -- Snbor'jitnlfe" HtiUin'l lj!ivrnln;-Th- .jIn tile t?fcM5uur New. ue of uy heav my lve. and tf M plitl sa be- -a tsdragAZ Itself la j praetfc fcvmUfni the nre eniblol that bat for the little involved ta 4tawl od liotb Ii! of the fence ut would tuve eaded la lu tae same time. IjmAm MjII. It U oce of .1 p of x!it ets bu- or iTea. ntUr. for iti ejpj Hit Grandfather. Nat Li !Ctsiset. cwc6.iniim L crMiskl-inblI'm Sfttiti tired of f!il out of orfer. It aTcrasif Tefjtln.i dunning You uiisht to I iNsat oq? ta ta- - fortnlrht. Yet natH a.ite more for me tb.it that rttOfntly ta.it aeo wa Awlafl oo ajy 31 sratnlfatlVr Mt one of the earliest ( nt." is tne pretnfer Ujer T!ut Sup -Welt. I wh mi bnl lnberite.1 that ap ItuKt ami wmtld settle ear! " aea t m.ile Evee7 nocaln pearance la tie tnleo Xora (tae aa Ijeilfr. j LIVES BY HER WITS. .BwV T tir. w 7 ja. 6t xlnr. to the new. At everr rscetinjr ione subject h'ald b: the fertilizer formula. that will fumlha bthnceJ t.i ti jn crop and keeooo thfr?iVf 01 the soil, lo do thu tiie tcrtiltzer should contain at least as niajry far-ner- 3' wj f sf TJ( tf!.' rep't bk wr' aj Pbi;.i-Je.'pli- r ... iYWa-.Likao-- r' -r-- w-i- tr - te te tj .. as Phosphoric Acid. Oar note book his condensed facts essential in farmers' meetings and plenty of spice to record the sew things that you hear. Let us send one to you before roar Institute meets. A uptly oUkoe ii furouheJ br ruCTt t-- rrery irtin:a!e hU ia Kiml Mte. We will he gUd to tend x .upply d;hrre.l t erery Iasbts, Crm or iirmsn Uub O&cron rpj'Mt. It oocuim no jdTer&uca; aaaaiar. oerman Mali Works, Iiku, Broadway, New York POTASH 42 Wo Ti o:rl 7i-i- , yv n Ijnn. az !. Starck Pianos on ww At-bat- ix t t rt . b-- ayia """ .le rhe "T"'? ' coie r.,s "'',' aaaZ'Z ,--". 1 1 " We Will shlD )OU & beautiful Stsrrft Vhr.. f... a home. No cash ttavment riwulrM. am v i. ,k. and test thb piano lor 10 iU) If. at tie eel do cot highest grade, sweetest toned ar.i nnest piisacf ttut time, everr war. that roa have ever stcn tor the money, yiu are at prfect Itherty to la that sod it Uek. arJ we will. In you. eent. ray the frtstt t?h Thb Starck ruasjntut taake goo-- with or there Is no sale. bi. CASTOR I A sfjr I We ihtp illrrct iaAdVajnce Money (ioa Guar Satinlac aateed Lowest Net Prices Terms F ot ory Baa of Savia. to SI OO lest A owtuS- From Fsc tory Direct 5200 nAvc cdcc tdiii uniu riibt. in INI. .t..v. v.. a. ta you Irxn our firtarr. upwtrdj ot - mMOME . ..:t l inrr r. .1.. "... ... you r.nJ It the J II YIUR Savt SISI.N ut rou rour piino. tr Utrt maoo raal V ear-dene- lis UU in tk We cuannt. ta fura'jh cot ot you bntrr pliaa for tb r"i-- y tlui jvu ca .tc rt.r. nap, i0u ar djnMe 01 rrceiTiaj a atltfictory wct tooed hix sriij prim Uui it EsVtf PajTalWrfl pi". iirru ft, mint trrrai rrrr Buatwturrr. TW ptj aa nth dm, but iC.t li dai cf trial, rw caa brca jujawmt oa the low JJ 1 alt 25-Yi- ar IvaraiUs -. netnu-- by 1 plana tJ TVj trraa are raairnirace. aavl It It poauMe lor withov,t IS bry a piaaa fac ysr ;m. t prac-tJVal- ly a. atot ot It our exporifncof KTfty Stck rUi it euinutetd tor IS jnn. Thu rnntre fcn UV 2ndMe I - Hans hue wiarcx os !. 1 largsta Stri-1- Wayar-Pian- Jj njaj-tlcwll- er ranthot pU:j -- l rrni-uilo- n cvxuta3.tr oa 1 V!"ruister ot t'.ftilf Hvd wojoJ han't 1 atM of til iai titj Snrrt. Oarrrliar i betuti. tie bnt asl put-on the v in rr.ocuible piino botue. UnJirJ cuic 50 Fra. Mhi!s U nl PlirerltiaM. tit rer uirn la : The Listaat a. wle Starrl d-i- y ii ni rn mall. In rwir own horn, tKooJ hand by Thli rrprrwntt ww jran ire lnlmlon. P. A. STARCK PIANO CO., trtty purthiwr cf IMaixM, w? git tm miulc lrei. In re; of the bnt Vimwii cfcol In Chlcir. Thrw Iroont ynu IjV To weber Stelnway in a trtt utrp! Kirfilni ta PoaM fl frl. PUytf Vou w"1 lMt-- trr rhlcieriac .. . Sliaoa SImlaU ... Starck t fir our 9200 900 wilt be fCMk- -l with lllt pri-?- i t which ety l they cai V ifarrf. f otr near piano tVktituHr lUuisratcdyou a wtV -- tm book rJf lares book of Inatn menta, - tanr the in 1 be MaM lacu Frsa 93.00 193.00 la trtt rotcplet c.t ttir will . barg-al- UL rrcattj: aewat ISIS Staxek T.. Kt4.. CHICAGO It Vnt, tlar. inlemt piano. of lafjrma-Thla nl tn int ttrt a. ii br ubis; ( , db-bab- f1. e Ut e jMKKHtSlKttSmjjfjP n 1 el. 1 .l.. :."'". " .r.,. -- il cou-cernl- i lT ,.11. B9tt9t swaFav ratty wt MuNtaaatar n tT a)aii)fiiaaaTTBai wvap9 ttl .a Auhl&tJhg Rtfts. They w five-ahthe wpwtwa--awrJ- tW fcwrf. Alwaya a shot veady for the enwrgwncy, for the cripple, (W the dwr that itgwttinwy;ortKe charging baaat that pron.itet to U trcnibWome if you don't get him quick. ot DEFORE you buy n big game rifle, by all means ct to now.you.the Remington-UM77. fJr-?0"? C h 4 Se-tator- The RantinatoivUMG Autolsalin RiRee and Shettuna at (lie Ule at chievemt la aiaety ut "iri-itiK- pt drJ -- Children Cry " CASTORI A ytatt of producing line fifwrttt, VM9W&: "ritevrw UnasyiaW'H laillM alISa.'.ia1lwraMaVoaa '""J- - -; wuiiapiM"1 iy'ja,'W'ff' t WrmljsWM'riIWw c fr ; AN ARTFUL ELEPHANT. SLIDES FOR LIFE." WHY NOT MAKE $200." A MONTH - - That's it 1 COURIER - JOURNAL ! ! Ha Det.rved ths Dinner He Got With 80 Much Cunning, Hero In iiii mmi'dng title of nn elephant's mtfiilm"" (old liy Mrs. A. M. Hundley in "Houghing It In .Southern For 1913. You can not keep posted on current t t events unless you read the COURIER- - JOURNAL LouisviM.K, Kv. HENRY WATERSON. Editor- WEEKLY COURIER-JOURNA- L "AND HARTFORD REPUBLICAN Both One Year for $1.5 0. Begular price of Weekly Courier-Journ- al $1.00 a year. We can also make a special rate on Daily or in combiSunday Courier-Journnation with this paper. al To Get Advantage of This Cut Rate, Orders Must Be Sent to Us, Not to Courier-Journa- l. J 2 1 ' OCTOBER - NOVEMBER I Bargain Offer f During the Months of October and , November You Can Get ' - The ,isr MAII une xeeir - sp.uu t Six Months - 1,75 Louisville : And You Can Have the HARTFORD REPUBLICAN In addition for one year, if jou will add 50 cents to the price named above for THE TIMES. n THE LOUISVILLE TIMES is the best daily paper published in the South or West. Democratic in politics; fearless in all' things. It prints ALL the news ALL the time. after-noo- This special bargain offer is good only for subscriptions sent to THIS PAPER (not to the Louisville Times) daring October and November only. Send Subscription Order At Once, To Us ' i XT iw onVuirinf imtib pu wu..r..w 1 SIX mOUUJB ur uue jreau. YPAnt. arranted for -- ..j f.rm v..v,r. -inv w. r -- India." "One very bright moonlight evening wlille camping mi the llrnhmaglrls wo were Hitting out In the cool nlr nfter dinner when one of the clcpluiuts somehow contrived to utihohble himself and walked away from Ills own quarters Into ours. We saw lilm go up to a Ntceplng native. snuff at his pillow and then ever so gently draw It away with Ills trunk. At the Hiurie time he edged his own foot under the man's head nntl shoulder that no Jerk might be felt. "The pillow was a bag of rice, put theie for safety against pilferers. Although tied up In a knot, the bag wan deftly opened und Uh contents devourAsk for Catalogue 1 6 T. ed to the very last grnln, the tlilef loo': Ing watchfully round him the while. THE VICTOR "Wo were not likely to disappoint lilin of his cleverly won feast, as he SAFE & LOCK GO. seemed to know, for. Just letting his tiny eyes rest on us unconcernedly for CINCINNATI, OHIO Our New Home. Capaelty 20,000 Safes Annually. a second or two, he fell to considering his next move, "He drew n stone toward ilm with Halting the Pankhurst Hat. the eer handy trunk and got It under New York World. the empty pack. Then he w orked both It begins to look as if Mrs. PankHAVE YOUR SUITS together tnder the man's head. Finalhurst was in a fair way to kill the MAKING OF MAPS. ly he stealthily withdrew his own foot, gooso that was supposed to lay the and, having waited no longer than was The First Attempt Wat by Anaximan-de- r golden cggB. The goose, In this Innecessary to make sure he had left nil stance, is composed of the enthusAbout 560 B. C. safe, he moved off." Aiiaximander, n pupil of Thalcs. iasts in this country who were and Dye--1 nbout fiCl) U. C. sketched the first map. willing to pay out the coin of the I ON THE BRINK OF NIAGARA. It wiih In the form of a disk. Deinoc-rltu- s realm in order to hear tho voice ing of Abdem. about 100 years aft- of the militant suffragette from John Three Hour of Peril, but He Still er, with a wider range of knowledge, Bull's tight little Isle. At her ope- j) Ladies Clutched Hit Knife. drew n new map. giving the world nn ning In New York, in spltq of the On the afternoon of .lu lie 1, 1ST2, an oblong form, showing extension east extraordinary advertising she receivold painter named William MeCuI-lougCleaned and west rather than north nnd south. ed as a result of her temiwrary de- I " while painting the bridge above The first application of astronomy to tention at Ellis Island, Mrs. PankNiagara falls between the first and geography was made by I'ytheas of second Sister islands fell Into the rap-Id- Marseilles about 3211 B. C. he having hurst met with the severest kind of Work Instantly he wns swept furiously made the first observation of latitude. a "frost." Now the news comes from that the suffragette , toward the cntaract, but whirled Into Uipparchus of Nlcaea. Nil! B. C. first Indianapolis lesser waves, so that he struck agniust determined latitude nnd longitude. wilj not address the Woman's Fran- I Club $1.00 and seized a rock not far above the Marinus of Tyre, nbout 1W) B. C, wns chise League of Indiana, as planned, I brink. the first to make use of Uipparchus' because tho women of that locality Huudreds quickly gathered on the teachings In representing the countries decline to be gouged. shore and watched, nil eager to help, of the world. Hartford Pressing. It scms that wMrs. Pankhurst rebut Ignorant what to do. Among them Claudius Ptolemy of Peluslum. Egypt, quested that she be permitted to take was Thomas' Conroy, who secured n about 102 A. D.. was in reality the first up GUNTHEIt BLDG.,CENTER ST. a collection at the mqeting, dn coll of rope, fastened one cud to a tree scientific inaplnaker. Notwithstanding HARTFORD, KY. on shore nnd with the other end In his errors in boundaries and locations, the addition to the stipulated sum for hand waded out as far as he could and method was correct. The Jtomans which she had at first agreed to adoccasionally swam, the water being contributed nothing to mnpmaklug. dress the league. The secretary of from eighteen Inches to six feet deep. No Improvement wns made In It from the western organization says that 'He aimed far up stream to allow for the time of Ptolemy until the thir- the English militant will mot be perthe power of the current nud at last teenth century, when n map appeared mitted to tako up a collwlon, and with great difficulty reached the unfor- In Italy which was constructed with that, in consequence, the meeting Backbee'e "Full ol Life" Northern GnrM tunate painter nnd bound him to him- the aid of n "compass. Exchange. lias been canceled. Pedigreed Seeds have a reputation ol jSyeirsefl seed self with the rope. They were swept The American people have been successful best. growing- behind thess. Itpajs M slant the off their feet several times on the way Old Time Football. Seasonable Specialties: looked on as "easy marks" by sen-snrcjtrwst back to shore, but the rope had been In the twelfth century London loyalists In the past.andthe manstartled Red Valentine . . fjje BtuheJ firmly fastened, nnd they Anally lauded clerk to ner in which they have, surrendered football. Refugee Extra Early . . ij.JJ Bushel safely. Mew Stringless Green Pod . 13.70 Bushel Thomas a Becket, tells how after din- their cash at times would ssem "to Bushel WardweU'a Imp, Kidney Wax When thev reached shore it was ner the youths of the city would "ad.. . Bushel Davis New.Whlte Was found that McCullough still clutched dress themselves" to football. These Justjfy the phrase, but, unless all Carrie's Rust VtooI Was , ."p.Bushd his putty knife firmly In bis hand, havPSAa ) M-- Bushel sportsmen were fastidious" in their signs Tall, they do not "propose to Extra Early Alaska ing held It during the three hours lie way. The scholars of each school bad be taken In by the latest money . 1 fs,ja BusheL ' New Early Gradus.. Bushel Horsford'a Market Garden . ,$3-bad been on the brink of the falls. a ball peculiar to themselves, as had. maker. Philadelphia Inquirer. t Lightning Express Buckbee's Indeed, most of the particular trades. HasHifc. ToeaWand a full line el lettuce. Seeds, Plants and Bulbs at lowest growing pneea. Down In the Depths. The fathers of the players, too, were Send for complete catalogue or submit a list of The mermaid was III. She sat lean- "as youthful as the youugest." Tor. four requirements aad.wiu .u4frlces. . FLETCHER'S Buv direct from the erowrr Save Money. JOR ing against a rock, unmindful of the "their natural heat seeming to be re, Write todsy. Mention this paper. t and that was settling on her beauti vived at the sight or so much agility," fact, she was too far gone they sprang from their stands Into the ful tall. In I3e8BcktMtSl., KKkftrdStrsFtma. ftsck'sre-.arena, lu Inter days. too. the exciteto care about anything. Homemade Cedar Cheat. Later, when Father Neptune came ment of the game has been known to InGet a large pine packing box. Hint along to Inquire how she felt, she fect the spectators. Somebody wrote or on the lid and putty up the cracks if game in lWWi "These two men were there are any, but it la better to get cheered up n little. a "Oh. Father Neptune." she cried, killed by Ould (iunter. Gunters sounes one without cracks. Purchase a bot-- . "could yon not slip up and ask the and ye Uregorles fell together by ye tie of cedar oil from the druggist and an CURE TtttMiUNGS people on the beach If there is a docyears at football. Ould Uunter drcwe paint the inside ot the box with this, tor amongst them?" his dagger and broke boothe their being sure that the oil soaki Into all Neptune, only tooglnd to be of use. heads, und they died boothe within 'a crevices. Use the oil plentifully, and WITH' departed and was seeu returning with fortnight nfter." when thoroughly dry line the box a young man of professional appearwith cambric. Cover the outside with ance. Lightning Shuna Women. any preferred material. The cedar The young man presented his card! Statistics appear to show that men oil will retain Its odor for years, and smiled, read It nnd the mermaid are more likely to be struck by light-- ' is as much disliked by moths as the fainted. ulng than women, more than two men cedar wood Itself. He wns a chiropodist! London An- lielng killed by It for every woman. MM AUTOMAT AHBLUMTIWIBLES. swers. But a London Journal points out that OUJlKAVTKXD 8ATIB7A0Z0S1 Quit Calomel; It is dangerous. Try the man's occupation Is more likely to OX HOMEY SXVUNSXD. Serious Harm From Nolee. that vege-tabhim Into the open when lightning Grlgsby's take Investigations made by physicians Is about. It has been observed, howliver srup guaranteed to proprove that there Is appreciable harm ever, that in n group equally composduce oven better results than calofrom noise, und serious harm too. It ed of both sexes lightning seems to mel. It is absolutely harmless nnd Is no doubt true that a norma r nervous prefer the men. and we may theorize LIV-VER-LAX system can apparently adjust Itself to at pleasure as to whether It Is the (pleasant to tako. Any child can tukc all sorts of adverse circumstances. Wo comp.irlve height that does it or some it with safety. Ask J. II. Williams, couldn't exist otherwise. Nevertheless protection afforded by the woman's Hartford, Ky. the Inimical agents make nil Impress dress or n difference In conductlblllty Something He Had Forgotten. nud, like water dropping on a stone, between the sexes. The fuct that cau overcome resistance In time. These When little Marjorle tried to spread seldom killed by lightning Investigators have found many abnor- suports to a certain extent the firtt her toast with a piece ot butter almal nervous conditions In those who of these theories. most as large as the bread itself, her saying: "You have long been Immersed In loud nolso father remonstrated, utterly imnwaro that any hnrui was mustn't be so wasteful, Marjorle; some Let Down the Blind. ot the poor people in China have to being done. London A youngster bad been to the theater, get along on a few grains ot rice each upon his leturu bis uncle asked and day." "But. father," replied MarFeel right all the time. Don't lay off Easily Recognized. him how he liked the play. jorle, "you must remember that rioe from work; for days, by taking calomel "That man slttlmr In the back seat "Oh." he replied, "the play was all keeps you wens." when pleasant LinVtr-La- x Is the one who owns the automobile." right, but 1 didn't see nearly all of It J" on your feet, while relieving your troub"Why. be is the only person In the "Why. how did Hint happen?" asked le. Safer too, and easy to take. Don't party who doesn't seem to be having a his uncle. Two 6ldea to the Shield. take anything else- - You can't afford Enquirer says that it Eliminates poisons, cleanses sysThe Cincinnati good time." "NecniiRe." nnswered the youngster, "That's how 1 know. He's thinking "the roller must have been broke, for married men live longer than bachel- tem and relieves constipation. A natural remedy, natural in its actions, sura about tires, gasoline nud speed limit the wludow blind fell down two or ors because It is so easy for the to Increase their pleasure!. When la its effect and certain in results. It Washington Star. Express. flues." three times." London Lkt- - VfLox will they strike a streak ot luck they feel, won't be long before calomel in every completely displace twice as fine as bachelors because home. Children can take it freely and His Idea of It. The New nd the Old. "George Washington." rend the small they add their wife's Joy to theli with perfect safety. Every bottle guar"1 congratulate you on having been, in .bottles. None knighted, Mr. von Mcyersteln. Mighty boy from bis history, "was born Feb. own. A sophistical argument, which anteed. 60c and sounds well enough ai long as you genuine without the likeness and sina 22. 17:i2. A. D." pleasant experience, isn't it!" Grigsby For Bale by "Whnt does 'A. D.' atnnd fori" !IF uppreaa the fact that bad luck goes ture of L. K. "Don't talk, baron. To you it is Ky., ouble, too. J. II. WILLIAMS, you. quired the teacher. much pleasanter that it wasn't but one of your ancestors who had' The Hinull lmy pondered. "1 don't zartly know." lie hexltated. "After that exerjnc npuie 600 Tears ago." Science Pfureuee Criminal. lark, I gues."r-Kxcliuut- e. ' Ultra-violMeggendorfer Blatter. rays used while photographing "a forged check are said to Can't Do Beth. render detection absolutely certain, The Other Way. 'Top, yon an' inn have got me gueea-.n- " The forger uses a chemical ink eraser 8he (to husband who feela seasick. 1 get you anyto remove some portion ot the writing, dcsr coming oni-C- an "What' the matter, son?'i thing, dear? He No. .lust tell me but even though this be done so skill"Mu fells me to always speak the fully m to defy detection, under bow to keen what I've got Boston r truth, an' you tell me to always be pomagnifying glass the rays Transcript-- ,. , fMsj OTetyehfasg else fcuss. lite. Now. which kball I dolf Bou- -' reveal la the phonograph a heavy la ihits) leuanoa aaa wane , ssaudge occurred. ton Post. Heroic wuhaisais jskt are Oladys-O- h. t sane ay, ae.tktwissins Mrs lasts.. Brt. I wonder If there history Is the history ot FOR KIONEr.U VER AND ire any stalactites in this cuveY Bert All human Your Livor Lacks Grlgsby's -- Well. If their are. haven't I got this reform. The evoluilon of the race, rrOMACHTROtf Try a bottto today. Satisfacmorally or mentally, hat physical' Is to tick to defend you witbr-I-ou- doa hmCmmMsim tion guaranteed. Ask J. H. WlUioms, oeen thus uccomptiabed.-Ano- n. ever a Aniggsst's ceoataa. Punch. Hartford, Ky. Tibtt'e Perilous Bridges and the Way They Are JCrossed. In Tibet they nave not yet progressed far beyond tbv primitive. when it conies to engineering the Tibetans lire nt about tin stage lx centuries reached by ttumpenu ago. At that time In Switzerland they used n long cable and swinging carrier for the transport of heavy weights, even of cannon from one mountain to another a little lower down. Now. in Tibet they dn not try to build bridges across the Mekong river hut wheie there are high tllffs n cable Is stretched to the other side of the river, nnd for a trilling fee the person who wishes to croas clings to a thick bark carrier and "slides down, holding up his feet nt the point where the water nenrs the perilous bridge.' If he wants to cross back he mut go farther up or down the rher to a point where another cable Is stretched from a lilgh'cllfr to the other side, nnd again he performs the "slide for life." This may not lie a very comfortable way of crossing a river, but It Is easier than swimming across, especially If there nrc rapids In the stream, and It Is the faxorlte nnd cheap way of building bridges unions the Tibetans. S50.00 a Week, almost $tO. a Day 5. Ictor Bafes and boxes to merchant, doctor, lawyer, dentists ml the need of a safe, but do not know howcayltlstoown one. Salesmen declare our proposition one of tlie best, clean-cu- t opportunities ever received. Without pre loin experience YOU can duplicate the success of others. Our handsomely illuttratid catalog will enable you to pretcnt the tuhject to cue- luiurrt in no interesting a manners though yon were piloting them through our factory. Men appointed as ta emien receive advice ami lnttructlnns for telling rates, Rivlna prorpectlvo customer to ,RX? . w" " mpo'Mbl 'or abefore y.0Uf ?1?lnl th? vSPl1.18 only one lo .pply ,rom of each locality. "omconeclso gets the territorir can salesman out i no rain anniversary 01011 r company nag celebrated by erecting the most modern safo laaBBBsMyTMBMsVffjtBsilSTWIVrrhZrTnBBBBBBBBBBl factory In the world. Wideawake men who received our special selling Inducement, rendered Itnecessary todouhlo our output. We are spending many thousands of dollars sales organization, but to learn all particulars. It will coxt yon only the price ot a postal card. flrc-pro- EEJ on Belling money-makin- g e i Cleaned i Pressed h s. Repairing neatly done. work given special attention. Hats and Repaired. called for and delivered. per rate month. M, SEEDS U-i- at ... ' , feM-Buahe- Children Cry -- GASTORI A H. W. BUCKBEE KILL. COUGH Dr.Kir.es Niw Discovery w.cmvi&i3i jo USE i For Lazy Liver and the Troubles o Constipation. Tit-Hit- for-Bi- high-powe- Electric Bitters -W I where-the-rttJu- re .,. - ltr lU.t, Hartford Republican. t th Ftct JEatmd w4ii-- to u flat. C. K. BARNETT, Editor & Ir'T1 of the ODe thovjht Perry yyj. rrtattst jjjjB oiuajof Tijjj j, t,e inen In Ohio county. TWIFFPAGIWI uUrrillllIu Bajjng Perry. MEET REBUFF cry common- "In Proprietor, ity, U faet. in almost not lor Democratic' it T u).jKrt in the way of employment ana Women $ tltd. tOT 5UPP0IT all communications Address " ,ecuniary jM, many negroes would The Hartford Republican. jaave a hard time making a living." Yzll Oil Deaf EaTS. j JSP9.' NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS wit lair to say.ai-- .. for j lea. ano from 6lrli.c tt jm j mt to tr )rr In nuklixltf m&irttzztr KtttlioM Jieai because they arc negroes, but New Jersey SeniiOT Refuses tO, wortiamwii'Tnthe Cafeed States for self because they need their labor, lt If ' H1 rrtcrxM-t- f Ivwe. aid, therefore, lt is hardl lr Vlohdtri nttQTit Champion Their Cause At also true that many whites, in cv -of X jjwtahle ti.it tht will i found O or M rrcrirr no try community, axtcrroeiu rvmannlttlluL 'a odd have a hard jwillinc to actejK dataller oatnteana-Ho- n O Risk of Fight. Hi.Mll I. time living. If it "were not for sosne Ui(4r in the negro cook. of are&aat who are culthat-liu- g ? -3 the forerin znarnet. Rrarh for Wwhlnston. November IT-- Saf. HE "LOOKED AT THE BOOKS" The Aaerieaa werHtig jxo;le can O Ck New wh lWld;fw .Mr. J. W. CasUe. Asisuut State Tar O wtaratton FRIDAY, NOVEMBER ri. ishlnptjcn " " Insjeacr and Examiner, ooaijileted the w4 aJ Uf If the? desire to do o in the '.J utiftiinr jxa.Til nation of the booLs of Count ,. . ftiitai , . . lttlon to te held IS month hene rumor factory excetds any Jude Weiidinp. Circu't doart Cderl. wuaumuvuu uiuruuurtuii euwh Mexico f - fALtAJ the Tariff will be the Ju'n , e riat to vote. snA with , , , leading issue in neit iears Conprt- Barrass and r , , , ca earth. ley last Friday. He found ever cent iofuon loaar wiin uttr visnta sional electioa.Bcton Commercial. and imioruiai SenaSo far Gov. FOBS has aot ChanF-i- f forjLndiinonomic- - the capKol f,nr 1 1 ed 5olitics &)Doe the election. 1 of tor itartine 10 ciaurjiun their caus Churchmen Hold i4 these offices the best kojit Bout d aqv he had examined. He has fur- In the Senate. Hi .New Jersey Suffragettes are claimThe New Senator is refOy O a in a Graveyard. Wjlstm is on their nished each of these officials with 'to a dlrtX ing that President by "one of the certificate showing the excellent coaice suffragists, ride. that he fifd not A f:st fight in a graTC"ard between lition in which he found their acJohn and Elder lior the jroiKf.ed enfrauOiisejnieiit Dtaoon K.-- Ueaothpr Presbyterian Tix Owensboro Inquirer has not counts with the State. Mr. CastJe. of omen and that he loliabl "woul Tret f the jet heard the election results in Ohio who is a prominent DaaK7rat and vote against the projosBd aaiondment Church at Salem four miles from Jt : Candidate for Common talth6 Attorcounty. jf it should come to an mrl is;ue In North Alton, is an aboorh&g topic i : ney in his district, furnished the Congress. of con ersa-tioin tliat proSjUxous Herald The United States Senate is givin proprietor of the Hartford & farmers. of Gernn raffrage delegation. numlering caimmunit the President trouble by having some with this information in time for The ssore .v & several of womes from varjems Stories of the encounter differ slichl- - O reaown. this 'weeks issue but for same trillions of its SlTud down the following swsais O pares of New Jersey, had tisHed son it did not apjar. He presume vie O The faith of President Wilson in U "was crowded out and "will be 'uyoj the "hite Hoa&e earlier in the day to be about what lutjentd. Buaoon IHmother came out from O and urged Prefaidetrt Wilson to lend peaceful elimination of Huerta next Tieek. the his aid to the. rou. for w omen" pra er nittiting. sa.Hiig JliinCs about V is something sublime. ,R&t- - After their reoeptxm V. Sena- - Eldre Ktch. The vMtir followed. The V? A ureat iJay for importers. 9. itor They are all busy explaining how ra at the sSnate, they went men advanced to the middle of an The imtorters in Chieaco on Sat- - 4n vte Unnu, ,riA nt .ti. mMnl nnA imiirrtnititu rltiir mutU. n nrhnrc uin they knew the elections "would re urday, the first day of the Tardf 'vresented jKSiiions and arguments atttendid .tiie pra.ver meeting anfl sult just as they did. law, withdrew $10.(W.vM worth ;ceTr Jers--y momtires of the waited lor the big show, Why couldn't Mrs. Pankhurst taikjgowi jve warehouses, where "House. j ROC.VD ONE. Skipping the pre-thingy oter quietly in England asiihey had stcrtd it awaiting th new Stmaaar Martiae was crauied b linrinary courtesies of a jirofession- - & she is doing in this country. ,rates-- They made ti.M'O.K'O in that oat of the tiuffragists. durcng the.al fight, the rincials advanced to-- i , .. i one day and the treasury of the short snfereiir In. the Senile tnar-- 1 ward ish other. Deacon Uenother Ear neat ou please, but rt con i lost that. .. .iLnited tHe roam, lor laing circulaved lit- - o;oned hostilities b landing a Bdff is as V eeem that the Huerta party vru uic ztTj. s in the ballot boxes in the Mexican rangcie3tswnie ui;made to wsthiraw urature in ojijosuiun to woman, right. on the jaw of EWer Koch, ' .. -w men were Kraahea ue eiaer. Elder t:ZZaiE. sell from flection. FiQ.lfVMw worth vi Intoned ctodf Y.TlA hnA 1ic XckJi ivriilnrt iir f htid rilhM) TK UtluJn' aJ VXT Bt'lt tiose gtas senate arid as a public document ithe deacon. They mixed at close An eminent surgeon sas that flfiress Vy lias Annie Beck, of range wjth some sharp infighting and aeriform appendix is not one of aa- -' "ia amoci-- t to nearly llS.ilit.it(lt, is a jrncry stod scrSt ivr mistakuT N9 ii is -a dosor's . blows. Di;eiuon to nf- - 3pJd exchange of Bhort-an- n fare's Df!t:f rgy, y. jjoj. jrv TanC The jn, jiui - assured the womon Pastor C A. Feaselmann then Btejt--, i,JeIn?. ;aew- Tarif was toe inct puatJ.Tn jjj wonja between the men and ordered a tifc jj jiuilic-,io- d Wilson to Huerca: ."low yuAejlfr 'Mc jr:rEe.-- tnC jspeaJ 6n- - y to any ssu2ra J address the car-- 1 suspension of hostilitiea. come don froa chai rt;cwKef Vy imjwterB. i'?le tree. If ,ierest, Deacon Denother was arrested and ( by Justice J. B. Pfeiffer. TW- - 2lc;nct.trt are iU i su&x. liut anann- "VThen the women riBited the xe- - fined jj-re.- " re iad Juen. The imjr.cC- - cirtHe x3i-je- s ,iatcurir si the Whre House which he paid. At the same tiEae1 r;vey 2iinir in 3urt'je whilr .diy-- . and tho they had jk pre-ou- s ? ers he announced he would be glad if the Have yon aotso ttat jozz. Exns.-- j. aMJiteua:urrt wih ltbnr 3c mimrenwim. were urotuitir reoaiA'd.feud could be settled, as he titoueht! a! way j otz rtce frt!y wiiex ssasrA- - Jt ouglK io iie aiirtie a ime i,r ireeident "O'ilsan. iaterferred with the real mission ' fa OT Crsx. thus when is Jwes- - 'to enyurr 3ainr in A .lur.a. suf-,the churoh for the deacon and the) The i came co ask you to tnahe iso C5ty! imjitner are Jie -- otitl -- uiiowx and inxge a national rjuertion, Wrs. E. elder 10 put on a fiht after praer I 1 vMry ftir- 30 Vt pbd late Senator Hear, Daniel WebsUr Orator. as f, Ficl.crt, head f the delegation, uieetlne. 0zz lor laKTitr ra St pu-rc- f. lie- ut.. Z .;.iwi ,wi in ne day. told the President, "and we would) The dispute which ltd to the fight .auHtwiuvif Lord Curaon, chancellor' Mr. Oxford, delivered one speech and wrdtrun-othe- r . mxj: xlujuut la. 4 Jlepiin:iei.r.. lite you to iuclude In our aunual had been in progress for some time, while delivering for publication, thus malntain-Ibs- ptssif zzjKig the tiUCrtiL m iiit a lectare oa "ParAs an outgrowth of the dispute message, suport for the constitutiona his reputation as an orator amSsiiy srioJ the fit. fHEjcse Sitrexy AWSshed. amendment now pending io traut to Elder Ben Koch, a brother of Elder liamentary ElopueBce," said that he ong both hearers and readers. The DenW would jFred Koch, accused Deacon would avpid deciding which was the Spoken style U of necessity differlaw women the right vo vote. Tics 2iazk "it LtM- - 13. iitt-iat-td The jsjssace tif is. on masterpiece of modern British ent from the written. ieole who like alBO if OU would use your f- - other of working on hi farm icf ten yean oz. a 6eer: Vy che PcSsnine National Aesenilfly . for example. - Brfit 1e b"ln forts vo hae the Committee on! Sunday. In the community where a. "iyms-n- it jt. STiflMS-i'by awarding the prise to an have heard ,T4r. Urj-anxtlizA is the Artie sta. tua -ta lUe House JKtot -- vwmul the Deoothers and Kochs lhe and American, ABranam uncoin. a pro read the verbatim rcnort of his-- . Cott-?r- y bochred the .o ureat into tie fiarb worship this charge of Sunday labor row, aor the tlit BUrt fessor of BaUiol College, Oxford, a speech with disappointment. They are our insukr possessions. When 6uffrae committee to push , latlon of the aendent now pending in uufc oousldexed serious, and three few years ago pronounced Abraham equally aniated when they read a .:, v.. A4P ..rz . 4VUt iiLW . .un.ilil" .. jtiiftnlt... -nofijtir liriMpli. suit Lincoln "the most wonderful product speech by some one esse to whom r V ,mjU. r Anrirt, T,B.Wm "ie betiat. ana OU .i.tl. c wu against Ben- Koch. w. they listened with painful attention ,t:-- ' cnat Tammany And aow it rfr ,d Rector than!"!SmLrdiaa of the Anglo-Saxo- n race." From an in the allegation filed by his at- English man without suspecting R was a clisslo. raised thotisaads of toUars fram con- "I was just talking the other day." or vrf that M ..,, ... xiiku. uciu Jolnuu iwui returned the President, "'with sueae torney Deacon Denother cited as his saying the human was tantamount to When dlscusslnf: orators the first trsctors to be used in the campaign.ijv race. These tribi'ovit which President Wilson was elect- - vjm- saauerr and cannlbalisin Eeatlemen from the House about the penunount srieiauce that the ias- utes are pleasing to all Americans, tiling to settle. Is the definition. -""-,eB- t o . aeuwwubum. Msranu hand in hand and mau ,,.7 Ben who hare watched the figure of Ab... .. the matter undw coanidera- - since he as charged by tios ie in order. .v.. ,i i,.,. Lincoln crow until mmmmm JKoth with working on Sunday. To rahamamong the mightiest Itof tow. .e , . j ttion- Oweisfetrt Optical Rouse. ers the J A rreat many Democrats, no (JouVtJ- .. hen he earth. xhiLI,r chorused the Vo-- " be a deacon in the church Hartonl, Ky., 'Nov. L 1 have used -"i i " pastor no longer spoke to him was But Lord Curson docs not seem to M tLL "vseddinr. .4 t.h wU?i glasses made by R. C. Hardwlck' v. t k.f.a.. u ur Ili.n HiH lUWUW l..n Ml n nt - . ui iejuv nV,th AiK!W exile w UiU W'inVUi rT tUI I1UVIC lULU lttWU l.m of oratory its the task was one to almost vv..,.,.v --Po- -' stand,- he aajs.- and to . this he at- - have been talking he paid our Inmar-t- r Oittlclan, Owrnsboro, Ky., to my y i . ,.ii. . ..... .. BTl, i vi i usual sense when j wMt ",u preceded eatUfftction. His house and ma" AI".urauul . icg for President Wilson to n.in.1 AuoefaLtion. of New Jt.ey. tributes the incident whkh president such high eulogy. While ,.. - v,is saiinir Klder Koch on Lhe law. , .. had to enforce Civilisation Witn me,. , tJ .. n chinery "pie." for making lenses arc the "trr. little the Gettysburg address, given fifty sword. We could not shirk our duty toiu xne 1 most complete In the State, and h tion of that organisation to enlist ears ago this mouth, will nlwu)s I fiat onoe we had undertaken it. and the: The Mexican wtuation to Driven to Direct Taxation. working women of tiie state in 1Ue as a classic, conioteit juilitct employs nono but cxiwrienced work"Haerta is waieriug. ' -- Huerta to& oobt was ntxt to be retJkoned. Whetii- - the ,, ,. fliwa.fi Lf w ." W"J a KLock con- - who heard its deliver lmn vloclnr-e- men. jfl justified the means Miigbt buurage. aiw . "Huerta will retain wiitmlus w -. . .1.- .1 that it did not arouse tun tuullt-or- s. - .THTKVf TJ? ULU&--. C, M. UAltNliT. wuuou oi iuie Tariff for revenue "'Huerta has Ild. be a jnatter lor jraioennc aiscuscoBgress me-tE-.The great speech in Cooper's ionly" adiocatfB that lowering the 11 not refeKn." "Hueira won. iut in the jiratxical economy A tjamoruia wwiiau uv - u Huerta -waning to euae mum. ,Taflfx v.ouM jouer 4n Uie same or institute was an ailmlriiltlo nmuiuuiit, vjil tal.e up anii against of go2imen.t we could not surren inrjo ne ne. (ho cruMt ah measure the Belling prkw of but It did not I greater der these jMioplec to either them-tJi- e President, sli;ied "l ivtad for ou, Mr. Wilsoa. Bhe 'the article. The Republicans have al- - did the siKechcs or WViuloll I'lill or outaiderE. We stuck to the Massachusetts enQoro the Tar-i- 3 was contended that if prices were lll. The l.lncoln.lMuViH ilulxvlm to said proudly. present adminitwa-tio- n task and results are joJicy of the The ssliragisU wore no regalia or reduced by lowering th Tariff th.e stirred the inulUtul.n Imcuih) of appear. by loting Vi.VJ more votes for they were li' ability of the people to purchase isirtisan feollng and tho puUllo'M ib." But it fceeios a long way off be- -j colors when th two parties ad locating protc-tla- s 'fore President Wilton or anj tuc-- the rePsIdenl; but a Uey left the would be reduced in a correojiondinK light in tho thnmU of hMIIoi! i Hoese, llags and pennants or Greater measure. The teaching jvonents siwiiKIhk from tliu than were received Jy ihe party cesBSor can redeem the promise of Wbl Such en- Tanlf law. ig tie were broken out as they prejiared of experience is all in confirmation platform. As for "ixirllntnoiitnt tli ultimate isdependecife for the Islands, i capltoL Asrrsmenu as this will kill any In qucmcc," Mr. Lincoln initio lmt uiu of the Republican contention. liead hunting is tiU a atorit to storm the party, eteattsally. siooch of cuttHiiuMice wlillo In the present experiment with the pastitae among the interior tribes . when ho tntrntlticmt ilte Tariff bill little, if is a shame (hat afcr all his, where wern oivHUation has hard- - Tie LOWeSt 111111 11 13 ietTf. k tinlilUK "SKt ltcsolutloiiii,'' bea tJar to the galleries with his "grape jr penetratfcd. Agriculture is tmrely1 The Uadenrood Tarilf blU haseoun-Salo- any, reduction is in sight, and the Polk ( tloslttintlo dm (i Government is driiea to direct taxabanquet, the National Anti- - a matter of nature's bounty and edu- - j enacted. It is a law and this jck" Xague should go after Sc- - cation is confined to the best way .try is now doing business uader the tion for revenue to conduct its busi- act spot where AuwrlcnU noil lilnl 'lowest Tariff rates that have exist- - ness. Thus the stock argument of been invaded by Mexlcnin, IIU III' retary Bnaa for making speeches of tnaklnc bolos and their use. ln lavor cf a liquor candidate for Dean Worcester, who has madecd In to past T5 years. As et, of the Democratic spellbinder is again AdguriU mldri'iuk will enjoy Mininin u becuuso of thvtr disproven. The Republican policy is tullt Vniifd States tSaator. Those Kood,aa exhaustie study of Philippine course, no one has noted any ! mt cost of Uv- - to gie the American market to the their language, a)thuuh tin to should know that Mr. Bryan problems, in a receut illuminating ciable decrease in the American laborer and manufacturers' LvMcnce tha-- t thoy utvutly nlfvlott report told how roads were being "lag. ! first a Democrat. tt uttcCesirfttUy feeding horses Uifferfli law should be re wages to American workmen. The his readers. built Into the interior of the islands This new Tariff hxMv the Sotce j ears ago, alur a clot elec- and sow agriculture and Curson must wfvr (4 the Mitniovht the arts of garded simply as an jfxperlssent. A only way that the Democratic policy number of de- wearing tion in Ohio count, a KBRMNQ Or 0ATT1.K, SHBBP. were being iausht these majority of the people dl sot vpt can reduce prices is to briug in written instead of the Mikim vvoiMi feated Democratic candidates con-tnt- wild peoples. With all that has been for It; but nevertheless it fea fceea fereica made goods In competition If that be oratory, llurko nak a tvftt ptavt or IWUllry. Horses are fed tQi the election, with the result done he admits that the task has enacted hy representatives elected by with those of our own workmen, orator, although he mptWd I'arlla that they were all again defeated in just been begun. He says that it tea totere. If it fails to come up to which means less employment and uumt when ho spoke, Kox ami Ahert t'ltablo thmt te do tho most work. w ffd U produce nHK or) the courts and in all these jeam would be worse than fatuocs to set expcetatloBS in results It will less wages to our own people, with dan held their audience entumllud.K-''- l Increase WetaHt, Saeati to Increase! tWy have never gotten within con- correspondingly less ability to lire The greatest speech Bhrrlitan Afltt(fk An v Vi4.n ma mitmta b nml h!l mm . . .. ... Jktwm sintll mv TKii CAt1a ...i wlHt nt) wool, Pigs i'P'y w Indepead- comj4et The theory that the sew Tariiijup to tne stanoara ox American I He. made, la tho Impeachment tf NN'his InoixMtM LTw! l . .uu . - , ami poultrk4r-thU4V W VIW tXmUM ttV 4V wmeans less res Hastings, was never publUhnd as our Democratic Tariff eoce. tw is coins to Srcatly Improve I handle feed ad There wiU be no lose races oextiI - foriega trade is simply a dream. sasoLe from the A&reicaa factory delivered. The ahorthaitd rvinxHers broduotUvH W is exit a matter of halfvry mnoao. Let me bus; time. smokestacks, while the Republican became so excUc! that they fnilixl mttl for jway measures. Since we have an-- ; Trade to developed by bustassf aea sueaas more, lt may "be well (o bear to, take notes and Sheridan klntHeU nest the klnda front which you it and never by laws. to make, these people 'to the issue of this week the Gtrcaay's ia mind thai, under the Republican could not reproduce lt later. Thn Kvl the best results. ja the past V) ears Herald goes out of its way to,pahle to govern themseUes we must policy this coustry has become diclarcd It the most oldvai memU-rd. foreign trade has iacnased about fling at our not kate them with thHr natiie mmke an prosperous, with etBploy-ait- nt eloqutoit siech they had ever heard. Perry Crowder, whose letter oclty ball tamed where they would times as fast as England . yet Cer-saaat gooi ag for every tuau But the pubUsatd n;och of Fox has operated usdw a pttx- not only be a prey to coveteoue we published List week in which YhaProdUM Merchant , 1 tt Ar prac- -j willing to vork. liagle Crove tla.) 4tvd4 C is nmiiktu xa'lst I a tery maTnaaamous spirit .slders, but also as essay to th&Ki-joA- tlve Tariff and EagUad uciier thow if Uurk. AaiirJInr to lb HARTFORD, - KENTUCKY The Xerelgu rad ticall Ftvt-Trad- e. iil U stives. & Detsocrati. li Hartford Herald. Pntrrtt the I'nltpd Stales has grown al- btvily M and the balance has in oar favor. while that of the other two counttries aiontiontd has leea Z$ against them. I &4oMt edty a Jarre volume of busl , Jn ,j,ls country re- - Q ,,.,. cajJ le grvU& cf Tariff regulations. We O ran .cvekp a big foreign traoc. W O 'Kfare vw ran largvdy itrcru- our cf manufactures and under- 'mH tcLB. countrf, lt will be mt- - O to bring about a general re-- O ! tx-c- 0 0 ft000$$OrOft000$0sJrOvOO:0 UNDERWEAR Mr - o Big stock of all kinds of Underwear ?3 ,1.1 tt ! Men, Women and Children which you can make a selection the family. any member 8 o fr ttt o tlT -- ' rT. 1 Munsing Wear Union Suits at each $1, $1.50 and $2.00. Men 'v'inl .,iiiv.. o Men's Shirts and Drawers in heavv o o medium and light weights at each 50c, 75c, $ .00, $ .25 and $ .50. Ladie's Union Suits, bleached, weight at each 50c and $1.00. Ni One-Roun- y out-stio- , Ladie's Vests and Pants at each 25c, 50c and 51.00. Childrens ' . Union Suits and separate Vests and Pants at each 25c and 50c. 1 d'0 ' -- .f i , ' ... J o 0 o We handle nothing but standard 0 0 o 0 makes. The best to be had at the price 0 0 we charge. No seconds nor underweight numbers handled at all. Satisfaction sured on every garment we our Underwear department. 0 0 0 the!2 "vi - S!! jy pe - fj jcja. E. P. Barnes at fi Bro, selt BEAVER DAM, KY. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 o 0 0 of 0$0 -- lpc Tiicoli St?-eeS5- otir ano-saivfe- ry clo-puen- ce les lut wi i ii..i jto1 . ' -- il 1 a ... ... :,,! Juantt rfu'have :.jf . - Globe-Democr- " wrr - ...o.. tad08 mcrj ". ... V. 1 en-U- ro i . i lav,' ," t. , d .- "" sy THE PROBLEM eid tyi kw Colt-gres- ti Wilson-U- s. nderwood oa Prt-slde- tlt m o lrd ed 4I. .. ,,,L wvs. i1" vT es, Hart-ldertaL- ea ca-for- fer-frieo- to oy ly s h. W.E. ELLfS'X ra -- Eat. V r .4iMMKi. w.fc . "as- - , m,Wwpgwn f-- WUr jj wjtwphtafaw-j- i SO- - RIGHT NEW! V Our buyer has just re- turned from the market where he was able to pick up some of the very newte est fabrics in Goods, Woolen Dress Silks, Mercerized Suiting Honey Comb on Weaves, etc. These goods are very scarce jMovIng plcturo shows overy Frl-- i day and Saturday nights at Dr. Beans ntlnrn linlten Knw annrm nrwl nntf pictures. Admission 10c. Ha!i)h & O'liannon keep constantly on hand all kinds of Fresh .Meats. Groceries, Klour anil Peed Stuff Prices reasonable.. Your patronage 19U. solicited. Misses Grlgsby and Price, inuilu talks both Sunday and cvcninK In behalf of the Suite Sunday School Association at . the court hull. Tho Thanksgiving pastry alo to be given by the ladles of the Christian church next Wednesday la something now iii Hartford. Ictis all go anil learn about It. Moving jiicturo shows and Illus trated songs at Dr. Dean's opera house every Friday and Saturday nights. New songs and new pictures, nnd a fine evening's entertainment for 10c. uft-crno- The Old Reliable Mitchell Wagon MITCHEIiaLEWISCO. RACING. WIS. LIM. the V market and we consider ourselves quite fortunate YOU'LL LOOSE MONEY", if you buy a home In Hartford before you see inc. Will 'bo glad to show jou tho to : : own them. We ;: S: & - o O & Waters are observed always tfl lumbermen in the United States, has run down an incline plane, and yet just been announced by the bureau 'of they never all gather into one place. insular affairs of the war departA tropical sun shakes apart Us. molment. ecules 'till they are lighter than afc Whilo there are American firms and these molecules rise up lit is operating in the Phllllpplnes, caught by the polar currents pointed out by the officials of the after a drift of thousands of arilefb Philippine islands bureau that the are condensed and precipitate!. lumbermen offer to progressive the earth as rain. & chances for profits not excelled by The ' flinty limestone, than wblafc & any other field in the world. The nothing in nature should seem mora & forest officers of the Philippines permanent, may, when sunk & state that the' islands contain 200 depth In the earth's crust, and subbillion feet of merchantable timber jected to great pressure and. high for which there is a large present detemperature, be metamorphosad into mand and that practically all of it : the richest Parlon marble. And ajala is owned by the government and is the richest marble was origlnallx"' available under very favorable terms. " . Gathered from its almost lnt loita-- , In about all cases tho forests can be It is proposed that all, bids for diffusion In the wafers of the sea T easily logged by the most improved uiis limner snail .be opened in Ma- the lowly xnollusk for 'its shelly cor--.. machinery and methods. nila on December 10. For the bene- ering. 4. l t f- The timber itself, it is pointed fit of prospective purchasers In Am-erl- c, EEUUff"., .NOVEMBER 21. The earth, strung to tha CMler out, includes structural material of however, unable toi prepare of the sun by an imaginary caMaw great value, in addition to many fine their applications and have them re- and whirling around that orb at tW 16 hardwoods particularly suited to ceived in Manila on or "before M. & Jr . laikoad lime Table that rate of more than a thousand wiflar r- 'c&bliitt work. In this latter claw date, the bureau of insular affairs a minute, and with such unfaOias: f 10 .atfiartfatd,Jty. some pf the most plentiful woods in Washington will on notification' regularity that eclipses may li e.r may be sold in competition with ma- before the final day send a cable- curately forecasted centuries L.AJI, itime icard .effective Monday 1st hogany, .such Is their beauty of grain gram and have the time extended un.Aug. JHst. seem a permanancy. But Tk re i and. richness of color. Manila is only til (he actual bids can be received would earth's orbit Is known to besi a- a have just received a large No. 112 .North Bound due, .7:19 a. m. two dayB' distance from Hongkong in Manila. ening. It will, of course, be mOl ... J daily .except Sunday. and China, which has largely ex line of of years "hence, but its' final destiajny m. ready hausted its (timber, furnishes a Ma. Hit North Bound due J:1B p. Master Commisioner's Sale. will bo'a dash Into the sua. Ewari market. Japan, Australia, and even dally .except Sunday. Ohio 'Circuit Court, Kentucky. the sun, whose brilliant disc feas sett the United States, will take Philip- R. Duke, Plaintiff, Hm. 115 South Bound due 8i45 a. m chanffed a trJUIonth part of an iacat pine lumber, which 13 admitted free vs. dally .except Sunday. since Adam first 'saw ft risa orrec to this country- - Que of the common- Ex parte, Defendant. No. 113 South Bound due IMC p. m. est Philippine timbers, red lauan, By virtue of a Judgment and or the Eden horizon, is known tu be dally except Sunday. . which works and finishes wejl, has der of sale of the Ohio Circuit slowly but surely burning out kte ii. E. MiSCHKfi, jAgt. been sold on the Pacific coast where Court, rendered at the October term, fires and must after vast eona ot it serves the same purposes as the 1913, In the above cause for ,the di- time roll through space, a cord dartt finest redwood, which It somewhat vision of '.proceeds and costs here- orb. It is believed that the sun fat And respectfully request Mim Stella Woerner .returned home resembles, as high as $80 per thou in I will offer for sale by Public fed now by a great stream el Meyou to call ' and see the .last wpk from louisvllle. sand board feet: Auction at the tcourt house door In teors, but this cannot go oa forever.. Prcsh barrel qf JKraut. Your Taxes. Government timber In the PM1- - Hartford on Monday, the 1st day of and after this fuel is. consumed, an largest and best line of J9t2. AV. H. MDORB & SO-his furnaces have gorged on his atVery low rate December, 1913, I, or one of my deputies will be Iplnes is offered at 1 p. m. Ammunition, Jlon'.t JCorset the Iothodlst llles at the following places tor the pur and it is estimated athat the labor upon a credit aboutsix o'clock twelve tendant planets, the ice of a?e wilt 8hatGunsf of and pose of collecting taxes. This will be problem is in no sense difficult. months the 'following described prop- encase his inert mass. After ait It fcc, .ever brought to iiataar December 2, 3 .ami A. is not Inapt to call the solar syate Miss Clamllu Wright loft Monday the last chance to lay outside of the Investments by Americans are not erty, towlt: Hartford. a perishable permanency. lixiL Bau- aoffice. On dates named be- only Invited, but are encouraged. Hartford A centiLln tnnt nfirv..1 t inA tar her liomo at Dawson Springs. Goods the beet and Mrs. MntuV BarroU, city, was low the tax books will not be at my The Philippine bureau of forestry, being and lying in Ohio county and I cd as Is our conduct on the taw ot office. In this first sale which Is belne call- state of 'Kentucky on the waters permanency, our hopes are fouode prices tho lowest. pleasant callar yesterday .afternoon. Rockport, Saturday, Nov. 22. ed to the attention of American tim- of Rough creek and bounded as fol- on the Jaw of change. We lie dawk Airs. Bertlo Rial, Routo 3, was a I McIIenry, Saturday, Nov. 22. ber operators. Is offering a twenty-yea- r lows: Bet'lnnlng at a sugar tree, to sleep with the firm faith that the; pleasant caller at our office Thurs Centertown, Saturday, Nov. 22. concession which gives exclu- beech, mulberry and ash beginning sun will Use In the mornias aa w day. .Beaver Dam, Monday, Nov. 21. sive rights to a itract comprising corner to No. 11; thence N. f0, W. with jthe fond hope that our fortunes Improved- srRat OH no8pa.H'ja for .naio at The Qn the day the 'book Is M Magau about 95,000 acres, which contains 200 poles to a black gum, 2 hickor or our health will be Republican offloo. Big bundle for a Ralph precinct will also bo there, aiu nearly 2 billion Icard feet of tim- ies the night. - Grocery and Bourwood, S. W. corner to 13U- nickel. at ftardsvllle east and west Aetna-vill- e, ber. It Is required that tho success No. 11; thence S. 2C W. 170 poles to The immortality of the soul Is taw HARTFORD, KY. Herbert and Shreve. At Mlsg lttlo Marks has returned ful bidder shall keep up a certain 3 beeches in Berryman's lino; thence one unchanging fact toward whfeai we fondly look for the law of changa Point Pleasant, at Rockport, minimum output which starts with N. 74 Xrom a week's .vllt to frloiids In beginEJ35 poles North and South, and Ceralvo. At IS million board' fact during the, first ning, containing 106 to tho to conform. LouIbi Me, . t acres, be same McHcnrjr Render. J. H. THOMAS'. , two years and increases to an ulti- mora or less. Being same Jand deedThe Ohjo County Drug Co will On hce days no taxes can be mate output of at ieaat 21 million ed John Davis Duke and Mary C. hyo a laJTRo Dlsp.to of ilojlday paid Notice. at Hartford office. per year. A modern sawmill and Duke by Washington Duke and wife, It. goods in a few daya. T, H. BLACK. S. 0. C. County Union, A. S. The Ohio loglng equipment must be established recorded in deed book 11, page 220, Those turkey dlnnejs at theMeth-odl- si E., is hereby called to meet at the and also a patrol system for the pre Ohio County Clerk's office. DenocritTlfake Hay. ladies Jzaar will bo up to put court house, Hartford, Ky., Nov. aft Also an undivided one-ha- lt The great liwngtih dlsplaoyd by the vention of fires and trespass! interreiiutatlon in U partlcujaxs. A complete report of this body est lu all .the oil and gas underlying at 10, a. m., to consider maldaa" the Progressive wt?t tho hold it has up iA)t' Mr. Ira Bean, salesman for of timber, which can be had at tho the same. Said Commissioner will of- preparations for pooling the presaat Kentucky Clothing Co., of Louisville, on a percentage of the" voters, which 8 upon th0 office of the director of forests in fer said oil and gas rights and land crop of tobacco and all poolers am lias completod hi fall trip and Is Klves it the veto jwwer ;:- - One Saw Mill, one" party, wijl now compeU Manila or at the bucrau of Insular for sale together and will sell said requested to be present. Republican ut homo SKain. T. P. TANNER, V. Ch'm'av managers of latter party to either aifal"" in Washington, shows that Jhe land and one undivided one-haT, (in J' Planer, Baud Saw, Joint-- J Mrs. H. E. Blrklud and iMU'will HENRY PIRTLE, Bec'y. in defeat or to renew efforts region occupied by the main body of terest In and to the olland gas remain " : er. Brick and Tile leave the tint of next week for g, malnl m deafeat or to renew efforts tract presents ideal logging condi- thereunder as a whole. A Old aid. New Customers' lnd., whero she .will yjslt on poli- tions. This report shows that rail. MOCniD. ". to compromise difference The purchaser will bo required A.H muut) ui a Havta taken over tho harness stock her alater, AiJT, r. White. . . , .. "',-roads can be built easily and cheap- to execute bond with approved JHS cies and methods. The late election 15 U 1 1 (1 I n g MftMJruii, .tft and repair work of Mr. R. T. Ilan. Attend the pastry calo given by but added janotber losaoa to the TiuuvyJ ly and .that entire timber belt can be Immediately after salo. I solicit trade ip this line and aflR ladle of the Christian chorea given the opposition to the Doiuot logged at a minimum of expenses Oile, Etc. Will the This 12 day of Nov. 1913. treat you right. Do not forget (hat next Wednesday. Tho proceeds are cratlc party. United they are a for- and trouble. The lamount of timber 18t3. terms, E. E. DIRKHEAD. . x eaU on reasonable 1 am stlU headquarters for h&nluai per acre varies from 12,600 up to 30,-0bo usid for a 'worthy aue. to midable foe to that party. Divided Master Commissioner. mm ot all kinds as well as farm tmpte Call on or address board feet and more. In the four & Woodward, AUy's. Mrs. 11. i1. Taylor returned hwio they 'simply ipare the way for Dem Barnctt ments. Come to see us whea faa lmit eek from Lexington iwhcro ho ocratic triumph It jthe congression- principal types of forest embraced In town. 'S. L. KINO, Metamorphosis luid boon thu'eueutt cf htr son and al elections show no closer Repub the area, much valuable material can Hartford, Ky.., , be sured from even the least desir To the scientific investigation the 19U. Mrs. lJarrotv. daughter, Mr. and lican and Progressive union than NaT'''" was clcsrd a very did the contests on Tuesday of the able type, and the most valuable. most startling fact in the physical Ruv. f candi-datt- a types will, according to figures of universe is tho law of chanFe. Trainsuoccsful writs of meetings at Mt. late ojeotiop, tho Democratic Ky. FOR FLETCHER'S pro- ed, as he is, to respect .the unity in for tie Mrt ConKreavWill not the. bureau, provide a handsome JlHunmon. He was oss'sted by Roy. bo In great danger in xnany'd!tricU. fiteer an outlay oomparatlcvly small nature and the inviolability of Its I. I)'KT' vt HprtW" o o A..il.I nues. Auyuuiig in auuve V $ the way of trimmings including the new Bulgar- ian Silks and Velvets. Polite Salesladies to give yon suggestions in regard to making. IfcCal Patterns carried in stock. . V. ttn - are showing also some very swell garments in Cloaks and New Suits. If interested we would be ecii pi!m 'ci.j.4- Had to show you the r.nmt mnj v- I :! V ; "- Price is oJ" ccntWtch oi time. Will remain in J. U. TAPPAN, Jeweler and Optician. The ladles of tho Hartford Christ-Ia- n tliurch will serve luncheon In with a Thanksgiving connection pastry sale In the Hartford Drug store building, Main and Center Sts., WoJmsday Nov. 20. Also oysters will be sold prepared or in bulk. Hae just rcccUcd 3 car loads of hay, one car of Michigan Timothy, one car of No. 1 Pea Green Colorado Irrigated Alfalfa, and one car of No. 1 house any Hartford. 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. T. J. TURLEY CO., e!.tes Owensboro, Ky.- - Clover. $ Be Wise and Trade With a House That Saves You Honey. o J?&6b 7,ttffriM,ttt.-GUNS! Republican. GUNS! Hartford E aH I (Gumi Ammunition Shall, Dc. S HOT GUNS, iiflcs, Target W. E. ELLIS, Produce Merchant, 1SU. Hartford, Ky. The Methodist Jadics will open their annual 'bazaar In the Hartford Dnii.' Co.' building corner .Main and Center streets December 2, and con tinue three days. A flno turkey din ner served each day. Handsome, use ful articles for Bale. Tho place to take your friend for dinner or lunch, Money to aid Jn worthy cause. Tho Ohio Co. Drug Co., Hartford, Ky., has added a complete lino of Wall Paper to Its immense stock. selected from 1914 jiatterns. They will represent the latest designs In were selected decorative art and with the greatest care to meet the demands of the people for all kinds of decorating. The first shipment will arrive about Doc, 5. See the Samples after that date and notice It, the prices. The A. L. Greenburg Iron Co., of Indiana, .lias Just completed a new Iron bridge to tako the place of the old covered bridge on the Hartford and Beaver Dam pike on Muddy creek. The bridge, watch this one takes the place of, 'was the last of Its kind in Ohio county theold wood en covered bridge. Forty or iifty years ao they wane .numerous an .all our roads, and often .furnished shelter from rain and storm to (teams and drivers. Last week the Majority stock hold est Kentucky Oil com. ers of the pany, who are the Snowden Bros.,. filed suit In the Federal Court at Owensboro asklnK a receiver for tthe company. The suit grows out of a disagreement about the manage ment of (he business and not be cause of lnsolreacy. We understand a proposition to settle the .matter out of court has been made and that this will probably be done in Louisville Saturday Phillippine Forests Iqvite American Enterprises. In relation to the value of the timber, Jaws the hard fact of which Is to be exploited. universal metamorphosis The principal kinds of wood are first glance a paradox. The first big sale of Philippine construction where unity and change, opportunities for (he lauans, excellent timber, offering a wettnfgfe seems aJb But co-exi- every- timbers and somewhat comparable, in mechanical properties, to the 'Pacific coast redwoods; yacal, one of the most valuable because of Its great strength, and its resSstcnce to destruction by whlto ants; apitong quite comparable to the hard (pines of the United States, and various other hardwoods which have already found a place as substitutes for mahogany. It Is required that' the successful applicant shall furnish a capital sufficient for the immediate prosecution of the work, the amount in being case placed this at not leBs than 100,000 pesos, Philippine currenoy, equivalent to 0. $50,-00- I a it U. S. CARSON man - v For Sale! ,.! t lf J'J iiV J Har-rlsbiir- '' . ey Paint, , t I BEAN BROS. Hartford. Children Cry jHttttMM""" CASTOR i A. flly. p fe - f$U , o v. "T"!' -- uijifrrim-- - r, - wrvsapr ' '" ' Hpyi r " Timwntnmiiit Mill i 1 is, i iiiirm .. i 1WWIIIWWMI(WiW'. J PLANTS Bom INSLEEP. BUILD OF THE BABY. MONEY IN COLOMBIA. A Dollar of That Country Is Worth Just a Cent of Our Currency. Money In Colombia is n rather unstable Institution. jnnd big figures do not nlwnys menu much. It may bo Just ns well to mention here that when I paid $S0 to ride the seventeen mile from ."a vanilla to Harrannutlla I was not guilty of such reckless extrava- PROFITABLE DAILY TITHING. Take Their Naps at Night, Others During the Day. Clover Hlitits lt lenvcs before ruin and lit nljtht. lirlneltiK two of Its three leave fnco to fncc mid folding the third over tlio top. The youiu: nre nlso carefully sheltered liy IncioslnR lenvcs which move forward to the evening nnd wrnp them nroimd There nre two pliints hi the pinion night trbope flowers sleep by diiy-t- he blooming stock find Lychnis vesper-UnThe former Is withered nml shriveled In iliiyllght. hut expands nn.l t night. odor exhales n viinllhi-llkThe lychnis is white, nnd In bright sunshine every flower clones nnd bangs limply down. As the sun sets this Cndymlon plant nwnkes expectant of the moon. The drooping cnlyzes mbc tlicmsclves nnd It vll- nlmvlv esnnml their flowers. biy censes to droop nnd fnde. nnd the plnnt. which nlmot died by dny, Is ndorned nnew. Its sister, the red lychnis, shines by dny nnd Is called dlurnn. but this white one has Ions left the beaten nncestrnl path nnd bns become vespcrtlnn. . As It opens small files nppcnr and visit it. The calyx Is of that reddish The sun hue which they improve. dew which nttrncts Mies shows the enme dull red In Its leaves. It Is not a mrity. but few have secnlts blossoms opened. Scotsman. e Normal Weights and Measurements Up to Three Years of Age. A bnby should weigh :it birth seven pounds, nt three months eleven pounds, nt live months fourteen pounds, ut one yenr twenty-on- e pounds, nt two yours twenty-sipounds mid ut three yeiirs thirty-on- e pounds. The length of h bnby lit birth should be twenty mid f Inches, nt three months twenty-tInches, ut Uve mouths twenty-thre- e wo nnd ii hiilf Inches, ut one; yeiir o twenty-eigh- t Inches, ut two yeiirs mid u hnlf Inches mid ut three years thirty-livInches. Its chest nienstirc nt birth should he thirteen mid n hnlf Inches, ut three months fourteen mid n hnlf Inches, nt live months sixteen Inches, ut one yenr eighteen Indies, nt two yeiirs nineteen Inches nnd ut throe yours twenty x one-hnlthlr-ty-twe "'Dally Heavenly Manno." Thlsyllttie hook Is Invito the largest circulation of any of Its kind nnd Is conceded by Christians everywhere to helpful bo tlie inn-if Christian allow the rush nnd crush of iHWli ambition to deprive them of t'.oir dally portion of heaven they glow ypltltuully leaner day by day. nnd If the poiKe of Cod gfves place In their t" the dlsooirtent which U growing in the world, the tuu'tlpllcntlou of our comforts nnd prlvlto'ps UnUu llcaiviily ilv1'!:! co!it:i'ns n collection of Scripture U:;ls with appropriate ipuota:!o:.j fv; ,fjy day in Snre! the l!li!e tltlio of time daily spent In pi taking 0' lis morsel of heavenly nuitiot fall to It I published profit all who p:r!iUe lo u0 t'00"- - r'" wr I""-"- Vour Friends' Dirth Dates, An nutoprapli mid l.lnhd.iy rt'i,,Hre ln ,l,ls ,,0"': N " :,,':,, 'vil-ties- , encc- - Opposite ea h day of the year nre l,tanU ,,,,,, "I""' "lil !i you can of y.mr friends 'w,lre t"1' niitox-rapl- i nnd be reminded of their birthdays as they occur. This makes the book more In ten years you valuable yearly. would not sell It for ton dollars, Hesldes it has a place for lllrth Marriage Itocoid and Death Also it hits 'a tabic showing the dny of the week of any date for one hundred and fifty enrs. Printed on bond writing paper, blue cloth, handsome. Price. 3Ti cents post paid: Imitation alligator skin, gold edges. $1.00 postpaid. Order now. Bible nnd Tract Society. 17 Hicks Street, Brooklyn, N. Y. fx tin-yearw-or- d Ttcc-onIteC-ords- . Directory Counts Olilo lr food. fln.p nuwf 11.1t lie HtirpriHcii if Inches. oiuo tiuhies nre built very small. nnd. If well, even If below these tip ures. there Is no cnuse for worry. Hut If n bnby Is about normal size nnd does not come up to these ligurcs Its diet should be carefully looked Into, as evidently It is not being properly nourished. The growth of baby's body Is very Important. Pee that the teeth come In properly nnd that the legs prow straight and strong. The liablos should beWrtlerully watched and developed gance ns may nt first glance appear: also that when the agent nt the latter place charged me 10 for riding luck the snme way mid In the same car he merely suffered from nn nstonlshlng lapse of memory, forgetting for the moment Hint he needed the money. The fact is that the Colombian or peo. has depreciated until It Is worth Just exactly 1 cent In United States currency, nnd there being no room loft for U.u oentavo of old it has vanWied utterly from the reckonlu; There nre .,0 silver n,l.. nf rnnh. whatever, nnd after n little bargahilns one Is apt to accumulate nn nstonNi-- ' Ing number of yellow bills-te- ns, twen- tlftles and hundreds. Then there, .steals Insidiously over one the peculiar ' exultation of the weultliv.and Itcnu-e- s not ,1 i.in.'tn l f t..- iwr c- -. r,. .i.i,,., i ,. ! awny $10 for n bottle of uin or to cer pop. William Hard I.nwreiice In Harper's Mngnzlne. dol-lar. - Circuit Court T. F. Blrkhcad, COUNTY IiOAHD OF EDUCATION'. Jmlgo; lien U. ItliiRO, Attorney; Henry I.caJi, Chnlrman, Hartford, 1. .MIdklff, Jailer; K. U. Barrnss, Ky. Clerk; E. E. lllrlihcnd, Master Com1. L. 11. TIchcnor, Hartford, It. V. missioner; II. T. Collins, Trustee D. No. 5. Jury Fund: T. II. Black, Sheriff, 2. E. C. Hartford, Reynolds, Ky. Hnrtford. Deputies S. O, Keown, 3. M. S. Patterson, Olatou, Ky. "lio VT "w ' .JOiics, Jtoiue U, 4. 11. I.. Alford, White Hun, Ky. 1Inrlfor(1. c Enrpt nogln0f Court T. Klchnrd Plummer, Taylor Mines, convenes first Monday in Fchrunr) Kentucky. nnd continues thrco weeks; third Monday In April, two weeks; third Monday in October tuo weeks. 'j'JlUX'2BTVXSiLK, County Court It. It. Wedding, Judge; W. S. Tinsley, Clerk; C. E. Smith, Attorney, Hartford. Court convenes first Monday in each mouth. Quarterly Court Begins on the Attorney Law fourth Monday In February, May, August nnd November. HAltTFOnD, KT. ty; C 0. Davenport, Warren county. Ohio county officers L. D. Tlcli- -, y; cnor, President; Henry Plrtle, S. K. llcnnctt, Trensurer. 8cc-rotnr- Otto C. Martia ' at tt uiitunillj'. CALEB CUSHING'S Iturnl Farmer. OF A FEAT. TEST YOUR BAROMETER. Makei MAGIC MAGNET. Air or Moisture In the Tube Will Render It Unreliable. Don't expect n barometer to tell you the truth about the weather until you hove tested It thoroughly. Two common onuses for unreliability nre nir nnd water mixed with the mercury In the tube. These can be expelled by boiling the mercury. Jn order to test n bnrometer let It bong for u time In the proper position; then gently nnd with care Incline it so Unit the mercury may strike against the glaRs tube. If there Is no nlr within you will benr n shnrp metallic click, hut if the sound Is dull and in (lied it Indicates the presence of both air nnd moisture. The presence of nlr alone Is taown by minute bubbles. It at any time the mercury seems to Adhere to the tube, even in the slight- cat degree, nnd the convex surface assumes a more flattened form It Is safe to conclude that either air or moisture to present. In any of these cases the Instrument should be put Into expert bands for rectification. There are several kinds of bnrom-terThe ordinary "weather glass" lo common use Is more or less unreliable and Is easily made more so by careless handling. In fact, any barom-te- r must be treated with great in order to retain Its usefulness. Barper'a Weekly. ... 11 s. re-pe- ct "VJ l little more than a century ago humanity bad to rub along without false teeth, of which nowadays one firm alone claims to sell over 12,000,-00- 0 a year. The first successful maker eras Glussepungelo Fonzl. nn Italian dentist, who started practice In Paris to 1798 and, thanks to bis skillful teeatment of I.uclen Bonaparte, soon enede bis way. After years of experiment be discovered the substance from which artificial teeth are made and received the gold medal of the Freud Academy of Science. One of the Earliest persons fitted with false teeth was the empress of Russia. After Waterloo Fonsf "migrated to London AEd then to Madrid, where Ferdi-aapVJJ. rewarded him with a yearly ftefifilob of 1,000 ducats for a set of false teeth. TTntil fj ILu'ti. a Chain Rigid Enough For a Man to Climb It. A Berlin correspondent of the Scientific American describes nn Interesting experiment that was made at the works of one of the large Cerman manufacturing firms with one of their lifting magnets. A chain, fastened to the ground nnd currying nn iron ball ut its free end. wns raised to a vertical position by the approach of the great lifting magnet suspended from n crane. The attraction of the magnet was so strong that the chain remained In n perfectly vortical position. A grownup workman climbed up the chain without .disturbing its rigidity In the least. The chain seemed to float In air. The magnetic pull on the ball was greater than the gravitational pull on the man.' Tills remarkable experiment shows the enormous ower of attraction exerted by the lifting magnets that are used in Iron and steel works to curry about iron material of every description. The magnets enable the operator to seize irou material nt any point desired and convey It to any other point within the range of the crane. Incidentally the use of lifting magnets has grently diminished the risk of ncc. dents In the moving of heavy ninv.se of Iron. Subtle Advertising. sucross'iil tiiiu-- l manager pointed to the of a hotel at a .iliioualilo resort. The advertisement A nitvc-ii-ciiic- To Prove a Statement He Read a Dictionary Through Twice. To Illustrate the abilities of General Caleb Cushing. one of New England's famous men. a writer in the New York Sun vouches for tho following remark. nble feat. It was In the fifties that the publishers of Webster's Dictionary requested General Cushing to write a friendly notice of the work. General Ctishlu? replied that he had read It nnd that If they expected complimentary notice of n work tlint contained 5.000 errors they would be disappointed. The publishers replied that If lie would prove his statement to the satisfaction of the editor. Professor Porter of Harvard, they would believe him. Thereupon he read the dictionary through u second time nnd mailed a list of fi.OOO errors to Professor Porter. This extraordinary achievement, declares the writer. Justifies the statement mnde In 1S7(I by Wendell Phillips that he considered General Cushing to be the most learned innii of the day. A Mouse and a Candle. At the end of the bathing season a 'ew years ago a cundle wns left on the mantelpiece of a family In Poallgucn. France. When they returned the next spring they found, according to La Nature, that a mouse had done these things: Climbed somehow a marble chimney piece, there being no piece of' furniture near enough to leap from and no.way of descending from above. Climbed the candlestick Itself, which was of highly polished silver, over ten lin.ii'js mgii, nun h uruau iiure m ine r:- -- p. I.. T.U cup. Human Derelicts. This is the Invariable history of such oases. Let an unidentified body of a nan or woman, young or old, be discovered, and from all directions will come inquiries disclosing the fact that cnany persons have disappeared from the knowledge of their friends. Trng-die- s and heartaches are thus uncow red. for the mere act of Inquiry proves that some ouo In each cabc has uttered anxiety over the missing one and has feared evil happenings. Crime, shame, melancholy, discontent, iinhap-ploeideslre'for adventure, urenmong the causes that lead to the disappearances. Indianapolis Stur. Jim'a Advantage. A prominent state ofllclnl in a mountain region reined In his horse one hot afternoon and Inquired of u barefooted woman working In the field, "Madam, can you tell mo how mnch farther It is to Johneon'H Corners?"' Vhe woninu leaned on her hoe nnd jwndered gravely. "No." she said finally. "1 can't. My son. .Ilm. could tell foa. though. Jim's been aroun'. He's got hoes." Everybody's. A Deduction. Personally we do not pretend to be tvac!) of a hand nt reading character, when we see a young man carry-la- g o pair of kid gloves In one hand and a cane In the other we know he Ua't looking for a plowing tt The English Channel. One of the most famous bits of water In the world Is the English channel, which separates and yet unite the sister countries of England nnd France and has been the scene of so much of their history. It extends on the English side from Land's End to Dover and on the French side from the IsNot Immune. land of Usliniit to Calais. Its entrance Mrs. Mnrtln met an acquaintance on from the German ocean Is the strait of morning while out shopping. Dover, twenty-on- e miles wide, while "How Is Mrs. Callaway, that live n.t the other extremity, where It Joins lour you':" asked Mrs. Martin. "Of the Atlantic. It Is 100 miles from shore course you know she has a child very to shore. The greatest width "midway III with scarlet fever?" Is 150 tulles. Owing to the strong cur"Oh, yes. Indeed." replied the other. rent setting In from the westward, the "I know It. but 1 don't dare to go and high wiijds whleli frequently prevail I ee her." and tho configuration of the shores It "Why not?" Inquired "Mrs. Martin. has a roughness which has become 'There Is said to be no danger of till;-'n- proverbial and few cross it without the fever, you know, after one In seasickness. dxteen." "Oh. lint, then, you know," .replied Utilizing Smelter Slag. the other woman. "I'm o young In my Smelter slag Is utilized for feelings!" I.lpplncott's. purposes In Germany. At the government Iron smelter near Amberg Novel Sight. the slag is crushed to n sand, mixed A young woman rrotu the east with water and pressed into dark gray with a Keiituckhiu about bricks, which arc allowd to dry lu the tobacco and tobacco raising. She was open nlr. They nre sold nt the fncfory very pretty nnd a good conversationalfor $4.70 per thausand, but their quanist, and the young mail from Ken- tity Is limited and their use largely tucky was vastly Interested In her un- local. It Is noteworthy, however, that til she gave him a sudden shock by only since the discovery of this process announcing, "I should love to see a to- - hare those government smelters earnItacco field, especially when It Is Just ed any profits for tho state. plugging out." Argonaut. A Forgetmenot. Cltlmnn You ought to know Rome-thin- g Before and After. When a man is In love with n girl Up about (lorn and that sort of thing. holds Iter hands so tightly that It Tell me, whut Is a "forgot inenot?" would seem he Is trying to keep her Subbubs Why. It's a piece of string from gettlug away. After they art thnfr your wife ties around your finger married awhile she has to bold utr wiien you go In town otj nu errand. ' loottnllH to keep him at home. Florida Philadelphia Press. g brick-ranking "Special rates to single men." "The proprietor of that hotel." said he. "deserves to succeed. He lays In his advertisement a subtle trap for mothers with marriageable daughters. I'liey read the advertisement and they conclude that, given lower rates at till hotel, slugle men will be plentiful. I'liey therefore decide that there I the place undoubtedly to take their daughters." Then, laughing, he concluded: "These mothers quite correctly believe that as far as their daughters' of matrimony ure concerned the more the murryer." Washington Star. Climbed the candle, began 'eating at the top. eating evenly all round dowu to the base, leaving the bare wick standing perfectly straight. If the mouse had begun at the base of the caudle Its weight would have caused It to topple over. It must have taken the mouse n good many days to-ethe candle dowu to the bottom. Tluies-Uiilo- wton News. Not Nervous. Poor Papa. U wife that he's clothed i "St Only a Bluffer. nays He's boss-li- kes In to show author-Uf.- "Karl, let's play pupa nnd ninniru. I'll be inn minn." "Oh. no. You're niueh too stupid for Jiat. You be Blatter. papa.-Fllegende you tell? nervous prostration. Pease How can Ilubbniil Why. 1 met him last night nnd he wanted to borrow 20. London Telegraph. Ilubbard Slmpklns has got over his ); "All can say is that he's a pretty poor dnMser." Town Topics. I Abound the Circle. time," declared grandma, "alrui were more modest!" "J know, said be flippant girl. "It was n fad once. We may get buck to city Journal. my "In bnt'J wotdd lf"jWutf Irt.rtiiirgoof te penitentiary. Boston Transcript. oy. A' Coming Man. i.roo djm't look upo Shnrpe ns n coming man?, Brlcgs-N- c, Orlggs-Th- ett A Question. Tommy Father. Isn't the world older than It used to be? Father Certainly It Is. my sou! Tommy Then what do people mean by talking about "old times" After weariness o'onip reT. if we be worthy. Newman. la,P. Worry la friction. Inactivity rust tloth destroy the human machine. Tuesday lu January and first Tues - ' wu iwaotlce "! profusion in Ut &nd adjoining counUca. Comuinrclai day in October. Other County Officers C. S. Mox - ,and Criminal Practice a. Snnchiltv. iey, aurvejor, Foriisune, Ky., h. F. D. No. L; Bernard Felix. Asses sor, Hnrtford, Ky., It. F. D. No. 'i Henry Leach, Superintendent, Hnrtford; Dr. A. D. llilcy, Coroner, Hartford. Law JUSTICES' COUItTS. , HARTFORD, KY. Leslie Combs, Hartford, Tuesday after 3rd Monday in March, Tuesday Mtesrs. W. 'II. B.trmu and C. E. after 3rd Monday In June, Tuesday Smith announce that Uiy have form-- a after 3rd Monday in September, Tuesjwruns-sbAfor the e'wnil tfruc-tic- e day after 3rd Monday ln December. John H. Miles, lick port, Friday of Saw, exc.ipt criminal and dlvor after 3rd Monday in March, Friday cosoe, Mr. 6mith bolng County AtUw- - I after 3rd Monday In June, Friday nvy Is twnud from practicing euca Monday ln September, after 3rd Friday after 3rd Monday In De- coasts. Mr. Barnes wJM Individually cember. In Offlc.ua accet Mich practioa O. E. Scott, Cromwell, Wednesday Hartford Republican building, Hartafter 3rd .Monday In March, Wed- ford, Kr. nesday after 3rd Monday In June, Wednesday after 3rd .Monday in September, Wednesday after St a Mon- uay in December. 11 John H. Miles. Rocknort. Friday Me V.'at Hungry. after 3rd Monday vi March, Frlcay Law Bill Wnyback (after studying the hill after 3rd Monday In June, Friday HARTFORD, KY. bring me after 3rd Monday in September, Frl- of tare with Interesti-'Er- e. all lot's on 'ere an' a piece of bread' uay aucr-arMonday in December. -- Sydney Bulletin. J. C. Jackson, Centcrtown, Sat- ASSOCIATED WITH M. L. HEAVHIN urday after 3rd Mcnday In March, This office Is equipped for handSaturday after 3rd .Monday in June, What He Wanted. Saturday after 3rd Monday in Sep- ling Commercial Law and Collection "Is this a secondhand shop?" tember, Saturday after 3rd Monday Items as well as other legal and liti"Yes. sir." In December. gated matters. Practice In all the 1 want one "IVelfi for my watch." M. C. Cook, Renfrew, Tuesday afcourts. Prompt and vigorous service. Smurt Set. ter 2nd Monday in March. Tuesday after 2nd Monday In May, Tuesday M. L. Hcavrln'a Office. I.et erery man mind his own busl-ne- i after 3rd Monday In August, Tuesand endeavor to be what he was day after 2nd Monday in November. Thomas Sanders, Olaton, Wedneslimile Thorean. day after the second Monday In March, Wednesday after 2nd Monday I AM in May, Wednesday after 3rd Monday ln August, Wednesday after 2nd MonTo do any kind of Veterinaday in November. ry work. Horses, mules and Grant Pollard. Fordsvllle. Tuesday after 2nd Monday In March, Thurs- cows need not die for want of uay auer znu .Monday In May, ThursCalls answered attention. day after 3rd Monday In August, day or night. Thursday after 2nd Monday in No-vemoer. J. L. Patton, Ralph, Friday after 2nd Monday In March, Friday after Veterinary Surgeon 2nd Monday in May, Friday after 3rd Hartfor-ft- , Ky. Monday in. August, Friday after 2nd Monday In November: HARTFORD POLICE COURT. C. M. Crowe, Judge; John 11. Wilson, City Attorney; J. P. Stevens. THK Marshal; Court convenes second MonSEWING day in each month. MACHINB City Council J. H. Williams, Mayor; R. T. Colllna, Clerk;-E- . OF P. Thomas, Treasurer. Members of Council QUAUTY.1 Robert Hoover, P. B. Taylor. J. H. B. Carson, E. P. Moore, Fred Cooper, W. J. Bean. NOT School Trustees Dr. E. B. Pendleton, Chairman; W. H. Barnes, SecreOLD tary; Dr. J. W. Taylor, W. S. TlnBley UNDER and J. D. Duke. ANY OTHER RELIGIOUS SERVICES. NAME. M. E. Church, South Services morning and evening every first and third Sunday in each month. SunWARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. day school 9:45 a. m. Prayer meeting every Wednesday eenlng. Rev. If youpurchane the NEW 110MK you will bavaa. lito auet at Uie price yon pay, and wtli Savllle, pastor. Baptist Church Services morning not have aa eodk-- ekaia of repairs. and evening ovcry second and fourth Sunday In each month. Sunday school 9: 45 a. m. Prayer meeting every WedCoosideced) nesday evening. Rev. English, pastor. I I JJJi Christian Church Services every fourth Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7. p. ni. Sunday school 9:30 a. m. Elder W. Cheapest B. Wright pastor. Cumberland Presbyterian Church-Sun- day school every Sunday at 9: 45 lobuyi a. m. SECRET SOCIETIES. If you vrimt a sewing machine, write for, Hartford Lodge No. C75, F. and A. M. meets every first Monday night oar latest ratnlofue before you purcbune. In each month. M. L. Heavrln, W. The Nwlloma Sewing Ma Cflne.MassJ 4 M.; Owen Hunter. Secretary. Hartford Chapter No. 84 O. E. S. meeta-'ever- y second and fourth Monday evenings. Miss Anna J. Patton, W. M.; Jas, II. Williams, W. B.; Miss Elizabeth Miller, "Secretary. ma imbm weemi Rough River Lodco No. 110 Kniehts SPECIAL OFFER: of Pythias meets every Tuesday evening. W. F. Anderson, C. C; J. Noy VlMtttWIU K.v.BmImm. AtrUlwUIB W .Baste yMOrruMMtciiuomr. W Foster, K. of R. & S. once Tent No. 99. K. O. T. M. Hartford for all by Calumet For dally use In millions of kitchens has meets every first and third Thursday I 60AKAirAe rucAac. nights. R. T. Collins, Commander; I Write ty proved that Calumet is highest not only In ; . Heath (Me Pmk-- I 1 quality but in Itavining poivtr as well un- L. P. Foreman, Record Keeper. Acmo Lodge No. 339 I. O. O. F. failing In results pure to the extreine-pan- d CENT wonderfully economical in use. Ask your meets' every second and fourth Frigrocer. And try Calumet next bake day. day nights .In each month. C.-Harnett, Noblo Orand; W. R. Hcdrick. Received Higj.est Awards Secretary. Hartford Camp No. 202 W. O. W. meets every second and fourth SatWwU'ihr urday nights in each month. Leslie FMExaMUaa, IMCtlt. UL Bonnctt, Council Commander; W. C. rutiL Wallace, Clerk. Sunshine Hive No. 42, L. O. T, M wu meets every first and third Friday nights ln each month. Mrs. Attye Griffin, Lady Commander; 'Mrs. Lula Pendleton, Lady Record Keeper. Keyatone Chapter No. 110, R. A. M., meets every third Saturday nlcrut in each month. John T. Mooro High Priest; W. S. Tinsley, Secretary. AMBR10AN SOCIETY OF EQUTY. National Officers President. Ira M. , J. Cbryst, Hudson. Wis.: V. Presi Marmx . rARuNa .. f . dent, S, B. Robertson, Calhoun, Ky.; Secretary & Treas.. H. O. Tank, Wau- au, wis. any ethtr mast. Send tor free uleirueT SUte Officer Prostaast, J, H. fefAU'S UAjAUNC Princeton, Ky.; Vice Presimon suDtcribcre than any othet' faihleB dent, J. H. Buraey, Mubleaberg Co.; fyto sfeaeaa a M Secretary Trees., S. B. Robertson, Calhoun, Ky,; Oraaaiser, T. H. Hartford, Ky. "' senile wT Meabers 'Statif Kxecutive Board-B- oa iff?g ' Wateon.nVebeter county; J. W. lrn,, ?0?, e,lBf P'niWaieUleti I Duns, Dawleea eotwty; Heery Plrtle, I aadacw cash prise ese, Ohio county; B. L .Jftay, Iardln oua- ce. Barnes & Attorneys at Smith ARTHUR D. Attorney at m- KIRK PREPARED W. H. RILEY. -- ( s NEW HOME afiiVrZHl ZH MW CGkKLlKJ II nne&v-- p.Air PO wn T 1 SoWea V w SEEDS t H B W I I I "P r ell, Bal-mal- n, I MtWW.NhM. aw HtM. " 'iu 'iiv&'',ClKi!iy.?gtyl"ti A MURDERED M . RAGE; TO DIE j(Kr r CASTORIA For Infanta and Children. MURDERER Gnattst Criminal of History Our Eyes Tint the World. We view tho world with our own eyes, each of us, and we make from within us tho world we see. A weary heart gets no gladness out of sunshine; a selHsh man Is skoptical about friendship, as a man with no ears doesn't caro for music William Makepeace Thackeray. WHAT KIND OF WHISEY DO YOU USE?! Do you want Pure Whiskey that is good? It's the only kind that we sell. ? imtpivi ALCOHOL 3 PEKCENr AVcgelabfeIVpparallonfx,U " The Kind You Have Always Bought Soon to Meet His Fate. sIrailailn$iteFMwdItouk IUSinffleclaaaJlWhtf Bears the Signature rv wi9 IVoinotesDigpslionflwrfir hess and RestjCoiuitoi nrtour IT. of i OpiwiuMorpliinc norNuwalJ llUlil Alt lUTI aaBaiaBl taBHMMH bfatom- AcMftOa-jfmtt- W i AW Use TV vr M WnTHJffQm Apfifrcl Itanedy ibrContflp """! aaaaa lion oour 3ionucii.uuuiM "ness and Loss or Sixr.?. AcSsnlt Sigiumrt of norms jLonvuisrons.rrcii v For Ovot NEW YORK. 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I 1 tenlM- - q PnU mm or rre aJViou, n..ki rftwliur - .u ..a onliaiHirt BiUfit JhKt vltk H'askhrtom tavti timtA aAm mm.i uautu lie t iwrt wavrcA u4 ttym how to nJ.ln KlAfita tnulei ODCrCNDI tJ t W iftM ih Ajli. i a I 60 YEAK3' EXPERIENCE !iVn!iW ' NtMt and Inf rtacMMat Praetlc Eaotualvtly. nw mi vwtaav v aa U llaMk Mrai, atar VaMrf IUtH Mat ( waamNaTon. u. . Anftn lending a ikeleb and nmaNt fnivinirrtt Ac dteertpMo" Tiuoc Marks ?J tor curliie oetent. fri. tbrouib Munn AlSreoelve Kuiti BKUiMtkrwlibiat obanre. la the U" Ahanitoornelrlllottraljdweetlr. ggouimuntU It Bold bj " Scientific flaKrlcau. L"?; """ "J SSL oVJ? m r BU Waabiaetoo.4-- ITMT I1MI1M - al!oMulfUa,oriufe. A1t AMK VAIB ifl nti.HHOr.' irniil avmmmmonHV,i HI K aanttitrtrrtirafirr rntT YOU weeklala MTKNTSl -- N rear iwaviiiraaMlllii I loofufnluUil'Uaiwiaib IJoaaMt veintn B. V. . IHIMBTQRJ, -- FerfneOeMel UHI l t application can. aU toman and Itali a roui 4ai dlttiio cie'ma, Lryalptiu, 1 euer, Ulcn yield in It curatitra proptrtlaa ! t4 fw (TM ud a- -, ' HmMSm .' traearua rwi Athousand tongues could not express tho gratitude of Mrs. J. E. Cox Jetut Charged 8atan With Murdtr. of Jollet, 111., for wonderful delivAdam and Hia Race Victim "A erance from an awful fat;. "Typhoid Reign of 8in and Death" Tha Murpneumonia had left mo with a dreadderer at Large Six Thouiand Ye a re. ful cough," she wrltcs'Somotlmo I He Hat Added Iniult to Injury He had uch an awful coughing pell I Hat Made Us Believe That Our Bett . thought 1 would die. I could got no Friend Cauted the Race Eternal help from doctor's treatment or other Ruin The Hidden Thingt of Dark- - medicines till I used Dr. King's New net Now Coming to Light The De- - Discovery. Dut 1 owe my life to thl ceiver to Bo Bound For 1,000 Yeara wonderful remedy for I scarcely coug While Hit Work It Undone Then He at all now." Quick and safe, If, It to Be Utterly Dettroyed. the most reliable of all throat and lung medicines. Every bottle euaran- Z tcc(1( COc aU(1 j! 00 Tr)al bottle freo November 10- .- at an druggists. m. Pastor Russell Always a Way to Do It gjve two nddress-e- s here todjy. Wo Mrs. Exe "Some husbands win report one. from their wives by sheer audacity." Mrs. the text, "He ISu-t.Wye "Yes. and many others by wns a mursheer mendacity." derer from the beginning, and The DomonsOf The Swamp. abode not In the are mos'Jullos- - As tuy 8"nB they put When truth. '.he speakcth a lie. deadly malaria germs In the blood. Tnon follow tho ley chills and the PASIOfc RUSSELL)) be sneuketu of hi own: for be U it f,rea of fever. Tho appetite files and the strength falls; also malaria often liar, and the father of lt."-J- obn 8:44. Tlie P.tstor began hU sermon by paves the way for deadly typhoid, drawing a comparison between comll- - But Electric Bitters kill and cast tlons In Heaven and those on earth, out the malaria germs from the Then be asked. Why should God have blood; give you a fine appetite and done so differently with two creations renew your 8treDgth ..Arter long Buf. -- men and ungels-H- Is own children? fArne. ....v wm &BVb..v.., vi M - ov i. ...... kwuii r The Bible, said be. explains the rea- cama, N. C, "three bottles drove son for this difference of treatment. The human family became .sinner, all tho malaria from my system, and through the dlsubedlence of Father I've had good health ever since." Adam. The entire Adamlc race is Im- Best for all stomach, liver and kidpaired mentally, morally aad physical- ney ills. 50 cts. at all druggists, m. ly, as a result of the curse, or penalty Girl's Man. of sin "Dying, thou sbalt die." "The average girl's Idea of a man 8atan tha Murderer. is what every healthy man wants to Rebellion, by SL Then the Pastor demonstrated from kick" Scripture that Satan was the murderer W. Chambers. of our race, as .losns declared. Satan persuaded Mother Eve that God. who Don't waste your money buying cannot lie. bad lied to her; that the strengthening plasters. Chamberlain's declaration, "uying. tuou siiait uie.' is Liniment Is cheaper and better. an untruth: that man could not die Dampen a piece of flannel with it that he had some Inherent life which and bind it over the affected "parts even God could not destroy. .He fur- uore- llioi- - fw.ratftwlufl lint- - llinf ftti hnil i and it will relieve the pain and selBsb motive In telling the lie; that ne88' For Bale bf J1 dealera God wUbcd to keep them In Ignorance. , Whaling at Natal, Then Satan declared that by obeying tho whaler Egeland the other morn' him they wonld become like God. humpback The death sentence was carried out ing brought in the first whale captured in Natal this season. Our tlrst parents were driven from very fat. On Eden, that they might no longer have It was a good whale and fruits, that a second visit to the ocean the same access to the they might come uoder the penalty. whaler captured a blue whale 70 feet the evening. ApThere never was a sentence. Thou shnlt long, which landed In whales are early parently the baleen live In tormentrnnd be tortured by devils. All such misrepresentations are this year. Natal Mercury. slanders Intended to dishonor God and . to turn men's hearts from Ilim. A J irtpre lr Bad Fix. Justice Eli Cherry, of Gilils Mills, the Jetut The murdered race now numbers ienn., was plainly worried. A bad about twenty thousand million souls, sore on his leg had baffled several Has God no gracious provision for doctors and long resisted all remed- them? asked the speaker. He then an- - ies. "I thought it "was a cancer," he swered his own question by numerous wrote. "At last I used Bucklen's Am- scriptures assuring us mac uoa so ica Salv and was oomnleteh- - cur- loved the world as not to wish them ed." Cures burns, bolls, ulcers, cuts to perish. He therefore His Son. bruises and piles. 25cents at all drug i. '. -- ii .1.1. .. i.i iuui an uucuiciu laiui gists. m. Him might attain everlasting life. The Pastor next explained that a Chance for Mlaalonarles. Adam failed to savior is a A missionary stationed in a land give his race life. What we need Is where the natives were cannibals wbat he lost life. This God has pro- wrote for assistance as follows: "Our vided through Jesus. Salvation Is a small force of brethren seems to be raising from death to life resurrection. unable to cope with the distress will not be merely which prevails in this dark and beThe resurrection an awakening from the tomb to the nighted land. Many of the natives are conditions prevailing before death. starving for food. Please send a few Adam's dying began when be wns per- more missionaries." fect, and Included all the processes which Anally led him to the tomb. His State of Ohio, City of loledo, ) resurrection will be his raising again Lucas County. )ss. to what he1 tosMhrotiKb sin to what Frank J. Cheney makes oath that was redeemed at Calvary. This prinhe is senior partner of the firm of ciple holds with all bis children. This Insurrection will Include all V. J. Cheney & Co., nolng business mankind, with two exceptions. The In the City of. Toledo, County and first will be those who refuse to co- - State aforesaid, and that said firm operate with God In loving righteous- - will pay tho sum of ONE HUNDRED ness and hating Iniquity. The other DOLLARS for each and every case will be the Church of this Gospel Ago of Catarrh that cannot bo cured by ,.. -- saints of all natlous and denomlnu- - fIl. 1)KA . rnrrh tlous. These will share lu the 1'irst PRANK J. CHENEY.' Resurrection. Sworn to before me and subscribed Satan the Incorrigible. in my presence, this Cth day of Then Pastor Russell carefully traced A,. D. 1SSC. Satan's career of enmity toward God A. W. GLEASON, ' and righteousness for the past six Notary Public. (Seal.) tbousnud years, as recorded In Scrip Hall's Catarrh Curo Is taken ln- ture. The fact that the Aiaiiguty lias permitted Satan to remain tit largo tenially, and acts directly on tho' and to some extent practise evl as uiooa anu mucous eunaces 01 tuo sures us that Divine Wisdom foresees ayBtcm. Send for testimonials free. In the some good result therefrom. F. J, CHENEY & CO.. Toledo, O. sight of the holy augels. Satuu's vi- Sold by all Druggists, 75c. in. cious, scheming, lying, murderous spirit Is fully manifest Soon nil mankind, . now subject to his deceptions, will be FOR FLETCHER'S rully Informed respecting them. Unable to seduce our Redeemer to disloyalty to God. Satan sought tu put Ulm to Ignominious death, only to Bud Sure Enough, that be bad" fulfilled the Scriptures. "So you depend on recognition from Later, lu persecuting the Church and posterity!" said, Mr. Dustin Stax introducing damnable, heresies, through "Yes." replied Jr, Penwlggle. "An- seducing spirits InculcntlMC "'doctrlues other generatUa ' will recognize my of demons.1 be bus sought to. mislead geatu.'' "But" Bow are you going to know whether the opinion of a all respecting the Divine character. A time haa been fixed for this great future ajaaaratlon is any more desirable than that of execution. But first, be worthy must witness the undoing of bis wor- k- ' the pretext publloT" the honor asslgued Jesus, who bumbled i The boy's appetite Is often the Himself to become man's Redeemer. Satan will be bound during the tbou- - source of amazement. If you .would sand years of Messiah's Reign. At the have such an appetlto take Cham end of tWtt period br will be loosed, to berlala'a Tablets. They not only cre-te- st mankind, then erect la the esb ate- - a B,Uhy appetite, but Btrength-rbl- s test will denmiHUnite whe will be en th(J gt ,, h and onab,e , worthy of the gift of life everlasting. 1a WOfk unlly For gale by a dealers. Escapes an Awful Fate. MAIL ORDERS PILaIaHD BY US J When in Owonsboro come to see us. P. R. LANCASTER CO. ! DISTRIBUTORS or Old W. S. Stone, Old Quality, Premier Pure, The Whiskey For Family Use, Green River. ST .1 ' ..taMtj, JAMES. & CO., Wm First Class Liverymen Center-town- , - Kentucky. lI Prompt Attention and Good Service. TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, OUR CLUBBING RATES. Herald at -- t. The Rbpdblican aad Louisville al Twice-a-WeekOwensbo- ro $1,311 Proui.-The.Ga- y 1.60 Thk Republican and Courier-Journ1.75 The Reptblican and St. Louis 1.50 The Republican and Home and Farm Inquirer 1.75 The Republican and 3.50 The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald 3.50 The republican ana .Daily uwensDoro inquirer k O'boro Messenger 1.75 The Republican and 1.75 The Republican and Kentucky Farmer. The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. 1.30 The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer. ... 1.50 The Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and "Farmer $1.50 Globe-Democr- f'l J Twice-a-Wee- i Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN. Hlps Life-Give- r. x YOUR Letter Heads Bill Heads x r 4 X X -- uJZi '.,, INoteheads Envelopes llfe-glve- Statements Cards And 1 4 other printed forms are given Special Attenton. In The Republican I -- Job Department. rra HUSBAND RESCUED DESPAIRING WIFE After Few Tears ! Ducwragiag Cm&wm, Mrs. Bafeck Gar Children Cry Upi.De.pdr. HtuWia Cum to lUtcae. CASTORIA I had gotten so weak I could not staad, and I 'gave up in despair. At last, ray husband got me a bottle of Cardul, the woman's tonic, and I commenced taking it From the very first dose, 1 could tell U was helping me. I . can row waur two miles without its ,d trust-murderer- 's Catron, Ky. In an Interesting letter tiring me, and am doing all my work." If you are alt tin down from womanly from this place, Mrs. Bettie Bullock follows: "I suffered for lour troubles, don't give up ta despair. Try writes years, with womanly troubles, aad during Cardul, the woman's tonic It has helped this time, I could oaly ait up tor a little more than a million women, (a Ms 50 while, and could act walk anywhere at years of continuous success, and should pates surely help you, too. Your druggist has sold Cardul for years. He knows what la my left side. The dosser was oaHad In, aad Wa fceal- - it will do. Ask turn. He will recoat-nuMisogte taking Cardul today. iasat relieved me for a while, but I wk Write tat Qultaaoac MDclo Co.. USfat som coflfteed (o my had aaaw. After Ivluro Ctoot.. Chatunoou. Teaa.. far Miaaiai book. Mnm Jnttrvctiont arMr cat an4M-that, aothlag saemsd la Ula wrapsar. tar WaaMB." de asa any good. all. At tesf, I would have sevsre a dit Is Jraauatnt atal hi W w., -. iisBwtaaaasfflTftN.K 'WaaiOw z '2ms Il I, a .1 Si 'Il 1 I .J. tions long since passed away, a flagrant Injustice was dono tho rank and wpitlwft't , ! i free ... -- v, f sap. I TS RUNNING tossj fllo of tho Republican party. SLOW-TH- E DAYSJ TIGHT SKIRTS Each dclegato from a group of . GROW SHORTER. ' seven Southern States represented a WP .SHORTER, , Cach thousand Republican retire, Chicago Censors' RuliBg'May delsacle froni a group of flvo North-rc- n States represented between ton Force Women to Retora and clccvcn thousand Republican voters. Yet each delegate had equal To Hoops. volco In tho convention. Under such a method of convention organization any act of it Is difficult to r Chicago, 111., November l&Wom-c- n tho had It been who wish to danco the tango will cither progressive, reactionary or have to go back lo tho "hoopsklrts" socialistic, could havo been regarded or eliminate as representative of tho Republican of their grandmothers tho "dip," Which now Is consider- party, bearing in mind that tho States That ed one of the intricacies of the which were were r ml jiw1 m m YTgj dance. J AND MN CHANGE WTH the States 'which were chiefly de?. They will also provide thonisclves pended upon to actuall) do the elect-liiTHEM -- STYLES CHAUdC with tape measures or rules, set a Republican President and a of a 76o, AND W KEEP UP marker at 4 Inches and make certain Rcepubllcan Congress. WITH THE TMES-B- UT that' their partners do not cross the Tho second cnuso for reorganizaSQUARE PEALfNCj "dead line.'' tion is found by .Mr. Cummins In the Coipiiration Counsel Sexton and the authority given WE NEVER CHANGES. tho National Commit-tc- o official censors of tho city morals WTH THE. lo dotermlno who may sit In the WE HERE have decided that these rules arc convention. With thq committee 5AME Imperatives and should apply to evchosen four years In advance. In put lie danco hall In the city. ery which time most of the members be- The Council will undoubtedly make coino advocates of ono candidate or the order official by an ordinance another,)! r. Cummins holds that it !i .Monday night. impossible for the committee to act MaJ. M. L. C. Funkhouser, the ofwith strict fairness in the hearing of ficial morals censor of the city.has contests. EVER.Y WOMAN LIKEJ To HAVE HER. decided that C Inches of air between For ncelthcr of tho abovo defects tho dancers was the proper distance CLoTHEJ R.ItjHT V? TO THE MINlTE IN In tho Republican party organization but several of the aldermen arnuc h. does Senator Cummins place any that this makes dancing difficult, so .STYLE. WE INVITE EVERY in be blame. They are defects because, the rule probably will at ono time useful and proper, adopted. THIJ COMMUNITY To COME INTO OlR. thecy have become obsolete and conNo especial fault Is found with STORE AND JEE THE LATE-SFAJHIONJ. tho "dip" in itself, but the censors sequently dangerous. X Having pointed out tho defects, say it is a fright when attempted IT 13 NOT NECEJ-SARSenator Cummins concludes by recitTHAT Y017 51Y. Into the cam- by a girl wearing a skin-tigradicalism Introduced skirt, 1EES ARE HOT; THAT'S paign by Colonel Roosevelt. silt half way to her waist or even ing the stops necessary to remove WE KNOW THAT Ol7R HIGH QUALITY GOOD With the Southern representation higher. It is still worse when a them. Throughout his article ho makes it WHY STING BURNS reduced to a point In keeping with slit skirt is not worn. The alderman AND LOW PRICE.5 WILL BRING Yol BACK . the Southern numerical Republican argue that no woman can do the very clear that In Its progresslve- ncss, and In its general principles of strength, the Republican factions will "dlp"in the present style of skirts AGAIN WHEN YOl ARE READY To 51Y. not be averse to a submission of yvlth any degree of modesty and that sovernmnct, In tho sound honesty ol Of-- , Issect Develops a Fever That 1912 made up Its their differences to the convention. If the tango is not made modest it the millions who in REMEMBER, THAT HONEST DEALING HAJ membership, there is no flaw, no It will not mean exactly that a re- will be barred. ten Bakes it to weakness, no defect In the Repub MADE OUR BUJINEJJ JUCCEJ-5FIL- . united Republican party will adopt WE Aldermen who have visited all the lican party. all of the colonel's- - vagarios.but there dance halls agree on this Death. point. SHALL NEVER CHANGE THAT METHOD. will be a jledlng on both sides un- One of them, speaking for the, comThere is no man, or set of men, til a common ground that will ad- mittee, said 3- can say what shall be or shall who Evre.jone who lias been stung by a mit of united action is reached. com- not be. Ihc millions of Republcan "We ore not reformers in the It is well enough for the Demo-crat- mon acceptance of that abused term, voters themselves alone can select toec knows the burning sensation party to take note of these but we have seno enough to make party leaders and declare party prin.that accompanies the BtlngsJ; thlnss. There will be hereafter no reformers of any one. The close hug- ciples. Ttiis Is of course due to tfuJ?acld such walkover as that of last year. ging When the way is cleared and these feature must be eliminated. that is Injected by the little weapon The old enemy will not be split in "We are not fighting alone in Republicans are heard, if they speak any rate, half of the in the bee's toll. But the exper-Jcur- e Statesat that came and manyDemocrat- this mattrc. .Mothers and brohtcrs of a reactionary .tongue; if they indicate Into the slrls have written letters to this a lack of comprehension of the mighINCORPORATED. has led to a number of sayings ic column In 1912 will to Some or these return stories the going .to ty struggle for social Justice; If they as, "the hot end of thebee,"and their former affiliations. iurJi be told before the Council meeting declare for the toleration of Indus so on. The certainty that this is going up trial monoply; if Jt now appears, however, that the to hapen ought to remind the Dem when this ordinance comes up for side of those whothey linoupon on the using insist with ocrats in Congress that .much de- - passage." The fever Leo- actually is hot. the government to promote their seljsKbich It works sometimes develops ptmus upon the records they are to The Reorganization of The Repub- fish Interests against tho common Soto a temperature so great as to par aiake within the next fifteen months. good, or being true hearted and risht lican Party. lUy cook the honey In tne hues, It would be a iatal blunder to fall to caused revolt. live umpire without In tho slightest ' Under the above caption Senator minded, they fall to gvc political busy Insects carry out the reforms to which the ud to actually ibake tho He concludes as follows: "Those understanding what he was driving power to men who are in sympath Albert B. Cummins of Iowa, bplng, thrstuttlvcs. Bee raisers hae only party Is committed or to permit with their purposes, then will come ofU8 who have been deeply Interest- at. "I'm glad jou are a 'maklfula.' recwUy found that this Is the to Invade the ranks. The as ie says, "A Republican who felt the time to leave the party and ed In promoting the movement hae he remarked, but pleaso Inform mo I xcason for tne wipinK out oi many currency bill now pending ought not It his duty to disregard the action mafcltiK everywhere the best what the word means." boon W has to be permitted to become the rock of the Republican National Conven- sock or found another. of their colonics Instead of, as campaign we could, In speoech and In "Means maklfula of Americans." rq- - ' It Is, necessary that the now order writing, been supposed, tho presence of some upon which party harmony Is to tion," has published a very clear and tho effort will go for piled the Moro. "Me learn American v be In effect when tho Republican ward with unabated vigor. Tho prouiiMIentfllcd bacilli. br:ak, for this question alone language fast." Is and Interesting article on the deW speak of peoplo getting In- - one of sufficient import to determine fects in the Republican party or- National Convention meects in 1910. posal has been sometimes derided by ganization, his views appearing in It Is therefore necessary for a special thq unthinking; sometimes maligned .to a fever oier their work, or worry the fate of the partj. It Is alFrogran. anil it is true that both things do ready giving considerable trouble and the. current Issue of tho 'Saturday National Convention meets in 1910, by the reactionary; 'sosietlntaa mismeantime, at whlch.wlth only one For teachers meeting to be held 3uvH trsumq jo aaniuiaduio oir esre.1 it will give more unless present dif- Eventnx Post. understood jby .the progressive; but In view, and without the con- whether tho opposition comes from at Union District According to Senator Cummins, re Hut no human being ccr gets Into ferences are quickly harmonized. Saturday. Nov. 29. such a, fever over either as to cook The aproaching regular session of organization is necessary, not because fusion and excitement Incident to the the thoughtless, the determined or Devotional Exorcises Rev. Russell. selection of a Presidential candidate, the mistaken, the This the bees congress will afford many opportun there Is anything at fault In the at-- " hlaicelf to death. "" Welcome Robt. Jackson. movement will ireaily do. ities for the Democratic party to tltude on public questions of the nine the representatives of the Republican make Its way to complete victory.' Rcsiwnse E. S. Howard. The domlnaiU, all consuming desire prove Its effeclency and snese of re- million voters who composed the party may eliminate the cogs which How to secure the Attendance, of of the worker bee Is to work. It sponsibility. In addition to the con- party up to the time of the Chicago have become obsolete and reconChildren. Mrs. s. o. A Moro Who Was a Wit. out this impulse until It dies. structive program of the administra- conventlcn, but because there is struct the party machinery on lines Keown, W. A. Casobier. which will, as of old, inspire confi.A iee will literally work itself to tion, the question of economy is something wrong with the organizaCapt. John E. Morris, of the Sixth Morals and Manners In tho School death. That in fact, Is how all of bound to loom up as one of the great tion machinery as at present made up dence, and not, as in 1912, provoke Infantry, has, theoretically, died a Room Miry Anna Carter, Aaron :thrni d!o except those who are des- - tasks to be performed. The govern He makse it clear that Republican distrust. thousand deaths for hla country in Ross. :trcyd by disease or accident. Tne ment is costing too much. There are principles of government and adinlnis The Republican National Coonven-tlo- n tho Phlllplncs, mostly battling madly The relation of Reading to other -- twe and the ants must be called by tho National against Mores, and as a reward of Subjects Miss Corlnno' are themost highly millions upon millions wasted. In tratlon are sound and have for half Woodward. B. .specWized creaturess in the world, every department there Is. extrava- a century kept clear of political here- Committee, and this committee will merit ho now Ji living a peaceful S. Howard. meet on December 16 of this year. life at Presidio of Ban Francisco, it appeears now that this highly gance. There are, too many office- sies and curealls. How much Agriculture should " be "Taking them as a whole," says A later session .will be held In May, temporarily attached to tho quarter taught in the specialized breeding pf individuals holders, too many people drawln? sshool room C. Y. Alwith a single dominant Idea only salaries that are not earned, toa Senator Cummins, "thesep nine mil- and a Republican National Conven- master certs. At the Presidio tho len, Robt. Jackson, B. O. Austin. lions of Republicans were a sound, tion In 1914 Is now regarded as a quartermaster corps docsnit do much by dangers that carry much money la attended How can Agriculture be taught tu frittered away upon progressive, capable foody of 'men. necessity. jthulr Iseson to man. It will bo the means by of any thins savlug vay, food, clothe the Public School S. L. Steiens, Tom worthless projects. All this must be They were patriotic, and held and which some four millions of Repub- and othcrwiso keep In good humor Bennett, The concentration of energy upon corrected. Richard Plummer. one task is so great that it keeps How . teach Language In Primary It Is necessary to have a record of still hold the 'best principles of Just licans who were led to believe that all that section of Uncle Sam's army the busy bee every moment satisfy-tin- g solid achievement upon which to ap- and efficient government. They un- there was something radically wrong stationed there. The quartermaster Grades Misses Mae Hazelrlcg. Ver-da It. Suddenly there comes a time peal for public fayor and confidence, derstood the problems of the times, with the party will clearly see that corps works 18 hours a day and has Loyd. when the energy outplaces the work. because we shall have no suoh condi- and wsre willing to meet them with the defect, while It brought disaster, (he balanco of tho time to itself. How teach History Shelby Shultz, Then up goes tho temperature of tions to aid us as Colonel Roose- naturally progressive, not only be- Is after all not a failure of principle but When somewhat younger than at Prank Miller, A. H. Ross. cause they are instinctively altruistic an easily remedied flaw in practice, present and Capt. Morris cannot be Abo Insect and It burns Itself up. velt precipitated Tho true purpose in 1012. With the In the same way. If Its tasks are Republican party united or practi and humane, but because their Intel- that with these readjustments made accused of being an aged person the .Miss Boulah Miles, of the School Harry Leach.' inrpdetd tho bee worries. Tho un- - cally so, the fact that President Wil ligence teaches them that in tho long those who havo avoided the councils Sixth Infantry officer was stationed 'How to teach Children who are run their own well-beideof the party will find their seats read) with his company in some lnaooci. low to must itibl work energy stores Itself up son lacked more than 2,000,000 votes learn Bessie Baize, Earl pend upon a Government that keeps for them, and with none of the causes slblu Moro town. Morris thought that more aud more, hotter and hotter of securing a majority of Smith, John Allen. tho popu- up with the age. The poople being which provoked .the Progressive re- If the Moros of his district could be Srows tho be until It dies of its lar vote becomes Impressive. What difficulties have I in school We own lover. The extremely curious mu3t depend upon our own strength progreeslve. It (follows that the rank volt remaining as an jssuo to estrange come Introestod in some sporting Qonefilj,dlscusslon Jead by A. H. and file- - of- - all parties Is nroercs- - Progressive Republicans and Repub stunt outside of head hunting the Ross. ' .thing is that one hot with Kb tenu rather than upon the weakness of the slve." lican Progressives. United States Insurance companies' Uerature and the community burns opposition, and our strength must be C Y. ALLEN, These facts, the Senator continues, Senator Cununlns declares that all mortality table could readily be itaJf up. that which comes of duty well AARON .ROSS. are not disputed by the third party, that is necessary to reunite the Re readjusted so far as soldiers wore Urlcsby's "that deB. 8. HOWARD. although b has been a close student publican party and make I tv again the concerned, so he encouraged his men licious liver sjrup, lias displaced , It Is not too irly for cognress to MISS VERDA LOYD. powerful arm of accomplishment of to teach cb Moros --basebaH. When , calomel In nearly ovcry home. Good think of these things. If the people of Its literature. All teachers are urged to be pres"How did It happen, then, that the the Nation, Is thq correction of these a man is playing 'baseball be is not tor ipewn-up- s and children alike. Ask are disappointed, they are going to outcome of the Republican conven- two phases of convention, organiza- chopping (off beads, and Capt. Mor- ent by 10 o'clock a. m. turn the Democracy out. Houston 11. "Williams. Hartford, Ivy. tion, both as to platform and as to tion. The party In its attitude to- ris apreclated this Suet. W. K. CASBUIER, Ch'm'a. Post-Derquestions MRS. S. O. KEOWN, Sec'y. nominations, did sot (fairly represent ward public has no reTwo baseball (earns were organizG. 0. F. Reorganizing the the opinions and desires of the ma- traction, no apolosy.no reconsidera- ed Moro team and a team from For Sale. The announcement that an extrajority o'f tho millions who composed tion to eer. it has neither been Morris' company and vonq day the RESOLUTIONS. ordinary effort Is to bo made to Good farm in Ohio county, near the Republican party! There la ao tempted by exp'edlency nor led away first gamq the. aeeries Adopted by Teachers' Ascsoclatloa be the Republican party is Barnetts Creole church, containing need to seek long for an answer, It by heresy to attesptt to force upon pulled off. of question was toumThe of" the of Division 5, Oot. 25, 1913, just what was to have been expect- 120 he people dangerous or pire was the great one of the acres, all in cultivation except springs rivht at you. The convenResolved: First, That we approve there is not a doubt that ed. sd tion of 1912 was not representative policies, The sole source of aUeaa-tlo- n and after jmuch discussion a of these meetings. dwellln. ibarr. in any .the plan for reorganization, which 5 acres. Good t , , Just sense.' from its friends jwas over a mat- natlvo Moro. was selected to pass upSecond, That the thanks of In good repair. Js to reduce the convention repreaefri-istatic- u and all this The 'article proceeds to point out ter of party procedure. Displeased on the iflae vyta4s of the same. . meeting .be. tendered fchepeopla, of the Southern States, will Well watered and in the oil belt. For with some care of 1b' FIHplao as' Progressives' may havo been'wtth is" properly Coopers District for that because of the cordUrfr ipnove effective It was tho pre- - terms and particulars apply at this Inertia of laws and constitutions, the thls.ihoy have not doubted the funda- expressed no as "aaaktfula'' and when come and good dinner we jiowlorant convention strength of the office. received: government or an organization, no mental soundness of the Republican Capt. Morris .arrived an the scene Third, That It be made" conm-aor- y States preponderant co- 17tf. .Southern BARNETT & SON, Agents. matter ho wp regressive and honest, party.or its. ability to fully and cour- of' the proposed hall sjmm the Moro for each teacher and -- A" nsidering the handful of actual is always behind la thought and act-Io- n ageously meet every responsibility of who was e umpire ai reached DlyJsiga 5, to attend these meetings.",' voters in the South that Habitual Constipation and all liver primary voter. Thus occurred government. the The task then, as Mr. him. led up to the break at Chicago- - troubles can be cure MB HAZELRIQQ; bv ualnr the situation In Chicago, when aottag Cuaimtes sees it.ls to correct .without me," 'Vhlaklfula, rwaarked the . ANNA OAJtTJHtftV. would have been averted U but Grlgsby's Ask J. IJ. through rules and upon a basis adopt delay those details of representation Moro. ,. R. S. JACKSON,-'- .. ', of Williams, Hartford, Ky. lor that, despite the. element m. ed by Republicans and under condi In party councils which Capt. Morris loetoed at the ua- -' last year PLACE BAR ON ROYAL Baking Powder Saves1 Health win d?imj ' -- Vi eco-ho- w Chlwvgo-conventio- l lIHmriH DP;OLVE!D m under-represent- tmes change: and af Saves Money and Makes Better Food OLP SQUARE PEAL. rtfcua - gt woman ht J to-da- y: ic CARSON & CO. Hartford, Kentucky. ns ob-Jee- ct (fol-lo- ua i -- A 0' ng x, a. ff Rep-;uhlic- aa . . A, H. 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