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Archduke VOL. XXVI. ROOSEVELT SCORES BOSSES HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, JULY 3, 1914, apparatus to Mount Sonarlo, ten nrfles TUfCMTY QKFI FTflNQ I I dltLLLIUIItl away, and placed it bohlnd Um tiljl I If aildlng to the town of Foisolc, thus ON ABANDONED obstacles between hlmseiraud tjio til PAYS FORTUNE TELLER SHIP $f 01 nnn tin rttl n vrT jLuUj RU UULU I LI " .. ... .0 . '' rrA..n.p WtM ' "V .w O. I n.tla Tnlrv4 London. A wol.W story of tho sea as a moans of discovering underground ' Victims of Cowardly has ibecn briefly cabled from New criy pcatmaster of Browns, 111., claims water or buried metato. uMany cottn-h- o paVl Mrs. Asgusta Pelinaki and ,,.,. ZoakMd. it is tlw story of the flnd-th- e BiMlIv , ! ww Street Attack. iiuuvi ij'vviw. ing of the soling ahip ilariborougb othw c'alrvoyants of this oUy $7,200 .Imvo Oiad their 'vater witches," to locate a. bidden treasure near i7ii i with twenty skeletons on board. bodcli, i Who, with wands of hazel or Browns- - They failed to find the gold ! The Marlborough, a prospected for underground Vienna, Australia, June 29, Arch-duk- o arjl the reason they gave, according od ilwirk, belonging ito aMossrs. Leslie, of water, to tho entire saUifaiotMm Francis Ferdinail, he'r to tho Co-- , Ly.ttoltoil. NW to Marriott, was that more money was of themselves and their neighbors. sa'lod from Austrian-Hungaria- n 30. Theodore llrlvl la n)mn tn ittmrt oxnorlmmit- - & Juno Pltteburg. throne, and tho keep the "spirit" In go-aneeded to .Usual'y these "witches" a.id their Duchess pf Hohenberg, his morganItoosovelt dellvcrod tonight tho first ing with a now apparatus capable of Zealand, with sovorl paongers and uutdor tie supporters insist tliat the magic r.vatW atic wife, were assassinated Sunday jiollUcal fiddress that lia oomo from blowing up any exploslvo within a a crow of thirty-htiv- c '.Marriott has filed su't in the St. command of Capt. HIrd dn January, never fails to locate a good Btrtam b)', a student in thQ streets of lim since Jia return from Brazil. It radjtu of olghty mlcs. 1890. Sho was homward bound by Louis Cfrcut Court against Mrs. '.b Bosnian capital, a short of water near tlie surface, but skepticalwas div.dcd, generally epcuk'ng. Into in -minded, who has an elegant home tehee Cape Horn route and wojs spokMexican Invaders of 1848. practical people f'nd it time aifter they had escaped fdeatn three parts n attack on the Wilson Pa- - the fashionable section cf ua:s of d'uLculb. to believe that the wand hbs from a bomb hurled at the royal administration, an Indictment If there arc any old iMexicarjs ullvo en Jn mitdooean in tho Soutliern wwr wnicu up owier wura of to recover 3,000 of the money he anything to do with locating 't, ar- automobile. , an oxnosiUon of the who witiieistd the lutro-uc"bosses!" aind of Gcn.'c'"0 cjama he paid her. result can toe obAs a result of tlio assassination principled of tho Progressive party. Cruz av wus over heard. .Scott's AmtTiwiiis into Vora around Browne guing that similar m APm or naai year biw was ,wsi- - There is a tradition tained merely byvUiggng ln a loa the Austrian government ueclaired It was aparcnt as soon as Colonel j Jn 1846, they must have, imagined ... ja . .. . , looking t a lHffernt.U ' mldjing, and W'cr on was giv- - that more tiian a.'hunUred yeaiu ins0, today. Many Rnnonwlt hfimn LO SDsak thai . v- ' thv.wm. Wenc buried . P aa,hav4ag been lost around a-- . theJlndians or the race of human bamgs usJthey ijch- msds sin1 tVa .aadPtB&K hv' " fVWfVw, mLiwa du n " i. ere the bones of many . a rc Hofa' cittesilhroughotttAusFia, and'" tho" Is found. ik tl rpviow of Fuiistoni BoMtert b- -- oeen snace at the faot,.of a lull a hundred od a"thl;paet.a, siave twerat'.. government polfce!SandLithe:' ; SolentlflCitEnen IwifcrJnfcU miiSef sfe soiaaroi the other day. Times .have ohanfJ A OpveTanjeat cruiser seaiwh- - tween'.tlie timber and theVank of Bon-na- s generally rtitoded,6ttahjneans1'oflo two years ngo. 'Alter alnce 184B. and soldiers have nhaiiEUd m hitljjary authorities maintaned with that of Creek. led tho ipcky and tortuous coas4Jj of ( cafi'ng water or mflBats-- - uadegruttd precautions. the first tow aeutoncoj be spoke to- with them. Marriott, the postmaster, pf ten heard as utterly foolish arid unreliable, but Emperor Francis Joseph, 'accompanight with appslrcnt ease, but there Fancv th Amcrioan Mlllfamon Patagonia, but no trace of, her was was a huakjnoas In bJs volco that marching Jntp Vera Cruz under Scott, tomid. Tho Marlborough jbecame Just the o!fl residents talk, obont 5t as experience in the realm of science of nied by his suite, arrived here aX more noon from Ifichl, and at once took tthowed h'-- throat, was Btll troubl- Many .of them wore Hue oid fashion - auli?r of the thousand mjstenes they' watted for their maJU- - He had late has .taught them to be a friend, L. D. Leach, a business man cautious ""m ' ing blm. (His gestures were loss od shakos, right inches hlgh.lfjove in all matters concerning into his own hands the .ftrectton of A oay or two ago anouior iini-Is- h of9 Golden Gate, twelve miles away, wbichythey have no positive, definite affairs. rapid and vigorous .than of old and the head, made of black .velvet ,cr e. sailing ship arrived in Lyi;teltn wbol often1 drove over 'n his Ausfria, as' bo aifetrcd the oiid ot hs speech, beaver, bander, thicker and heavier knowledge- - Instead of the negative At Amstettin, lower. They decided to caJU a calir-vpya- attitude of former times they aro Francis Salvator, Archduke of with the story that she had found the .weary. be was plainly than a dross top coat h& of cCie of into the case.. tariff Jaws present day, with leather tips at top, (Marlborough and the skeletons iTUfi administration's beginning (to display piore 'and more wth his imperial was directed to a 'Clairvoyant at an unprejudiced interest ia'Sll'dJass-e- s suited boarded U tram on whiichuthe Cillonel Koosovelt hailed as a colos leather bands all around' and some-tim- twenty of her crew in one of Khe friend," says Marriott, aged emperor' came to Vienna,- - They . sal (failure, particularly hard uponj of phenomena. a brass crest fjjjr a. pi&Bippn al- rocky coves near Punta, Arenas (San- Olney by I( "' "This clairvoyant saJd there waU a program n together an cnorsspus Md heavy con dy Point) in the Magellan Strait, Wo farmer; its aui'-rus- i In one oxiperiment a brass peiiHu-lu- traveled as far as Sanktpoejiien and The' captain s quatud as telling lot of money hidden near Browns ami suspended by- - a. string and (held gave what comfort they could to branded as an ocouonvlc absurdity. Its trivance. If, Inatapdjit these, bhakos, agreed to loca)e tt if 1 would pay over a copper plate ooaaebted .with Francis Joaenh. Jto ' thesn the eriev- w0"1: foreicn lallcy lc atJilod as "wrench tho pwn wors-'fagjoai's, the caps th 8t0ry in the "Wo 'wore oti & rockv mwsneur his expenses there- - He went thero an electric cell was found: erther to ihg monajrch exckmoM: ed," (but upon this bo did not elab- wore jcaresty Jwi bulky, hot Ui 'My troubles are endless." orate. The Dcmocralc tariff, bo In- heavy. Tlie shakos or caps' tho men Pu,lta Anw, keeping nit,,-- the land and wo drove out to Bonnas Creek. be set to vibrating or to be Checked deep and Mi we were walking Jn on open ln its motion, dopedd'ng on whethtlie wor0 under tho burning Mexican suns. for suiter. Tho sisted, had brought illstros "1 The wife of Archduke Franois iraii. we sailing irrcu.i; aim niau- - p.fje Deiween a nin ana uie creeic er tho charge of the plate as posi- Salvator is Archduchess Marja Val intion( bad aiot lowerdd the cost of they wore them Into" tlio battlo a gerpus. a rabbit lumped up and the "clair-- tive or negative It was nuted. that eric, a daughter of thv emperor. HvJ.ig, trod hadcjijefy benefited for-- " Cerro Gordo and at phW-Ufrc-. -. ' T" f . .' R.iiH ..thn -.....tj .i,t ruuuum u . business. tjign rivals of 'American Riiieir iifj.'guo jacKeis j"" - twn Las,t '-.night "Rlnn! Hpro'ashowedrvlaen. similar ef feots could be,, obtaunod Austria has' been Blunt! into' Uio " i' vnvairt tivon weroj me with the divining rod, Idepiending on ocepct- - gioom oy tlie osaassinataon Jhe apirs X Tho solution rikted, be argued In heavy woolen cleth, wh atnuding oloft cove. Before us a oulo oj- moire j support of tbe Progressive moveniont collars: and around iltoir bodlts Uie oicross the water stood a sa'Ung tcj- - "here the, treasure .was buried, and wheiher tho piaito was charged neg pf Archduke Francis Fei'llnand, who a was' popular wl,th' the people- - FJrJj mid Can enactment of laws provid- moti wore crosj belts of leather. Not sol with,' tho barest ahxod'of canvas' I saw a rabbit Jump up y a stunrji.-- atively or positively. " stump. That's the llace There's .the ing for tar'ff revision by a non partiTwo silver coins, when placed eith were at half mast, public functions Iolull of ithoir colUiVng was pla;i- -' fluttering In tho breeze. No to dig.' san commlsson. er singly or one on top of tho oth- were canceled and eoverument buildfor tt.se, but all for tho parade. I "We s'snaied aujd Jvove to. Of itho "bosses," Mr. Roawvclt sn'd And on their backs they carried knap' answer came. We searched the atran' "Htf leaned over and scratched er, were found to repel a whalebone ings wore draptU In black olid up divining rod and set In ivlbrotlon a closed. The court probably will e " horotofore that tliey sacks whVn only a strong nmn'Ser with our glasses. Not a soul vwu" "" ' "" what luis thwarted Uie muk and file of (ho could bear and stand erect. 'Idie rig-- ! could we see, not a movement of any nauaiuj or na'r-- ineres your oear-l- d pendulum cpnsistfng of a watch and nto mourning (or a year. d- e unwrapped it and. chain. When thjd two coins wore, sep The attention of Europe now ten Republican party by the nomination sort. curtndso boxes on the hip. ''Masts and yards wore picked out f"5"5 was a piece or gom wirout Hour arated by "placing between them two ters upon the new heir tov the Ausof Toft at Chicago and tn bo doing 'nohes long n the .Bhpae of a duck. matches which served' as a dielectric trian throne. "dollbreately put ho Democratic or- Aaswer'is "No" for Second Time. in green tho green of deca Archduke , Chanlea n ganization arid Into powu'At last we came up- - There wal3 Leastways it looked like go!U and he and- made a sort of condenser of the Francis Joseph, the ,"" MTaphgton, Juno 30. iFlve hunx son of Archduke Otto, who combination, their' effect on the pen er." dred members of Feder no sign of life on board. After an "W J was gold In conclusion the colonel sketched ation of Wpmon's clubs marched to 'nttlnial our Xlrst mate with a anem- - j ''We ddnt find any anoro gold and dulum and the dlvin'ng rod was lost. came to Vienna with, .bis wife to s By placing a thin thread in contact condole with the aged, tho Progressiva Idea of needed anti- the White House today aiiVl draw ber of the crew boardil'her. Tho ln a - couple of Idajs the professor v trust regulation by properly empow- from President Wilson his 'final re- sight that met their gaze ,was tiinil- - that'- what he called himself went with the coins, however, fche condens monarch. home. iWe gave ' im $200 and he kept er effect was counteracted tend the , boy ., . Prinzlp, the elghteen-ycar-p'- il ered commissions, contrasting such fusal (to accede to the demands that jtng, ' proposals with legislation now pend- he sunnort the movamenA'1 tar the ,y - peuuuuuu jiuu iwauu MuJiayici v"u who fired the revolve'r shoib which "Below the wheel toy toe skeleton . .. v" endUi the Uvea of t&e archduke and ing at .Washington, iwhlch be found woman BuffrSfe amendment to the of 4 man. Treading warily on' the Q,roc!a ag w a cuuryoyant in St- Phenomena as before- woefully Inadequate- - Such a program federal constitution- - President ,Wil rotten deck, which cracked and broke Louis. Th's one also agreed to find by means of h's wife, was subjected, to, the aaThe experimenters, the verest .examlnajcicn by the Austrian the rod, were able (to ascertain rttieJ ho contoiiied, proved fcbi In- son ltera,tcid hlft Wement to the in places as they walked, they en- the treasure if we would pay his he, top, sai4 be could helghtbove the floor of a piece of police 'n Bosnia. To 'nost of ther adequacy' of the Democratic (jar& prervtouV delegations that "Ws. party countered three skeletons, 'n the do nothing more and, told me to go paper held at varying heights In the questions Prinzlp gave tUnpant re- J "it is, and always wjll be." he tfd, had no;t embodied &(b qucMi In its hatiohwisy- right party, thfl 'the state's ptaorm, and then' for (the first fine "In the messroom were Jhe 're see Mrs. PeliusUi. He said sho could hands of a third 'person In an adjoin- 'plVs, 4i)t ho made up .secret of bid ' J . ., ing room. hatred for Austria announced hi persosaj conviction mains 'of ten toddies, and six Were find anything. "I went'Eo her house and she (told 'Both Bosnia and Herzegovina Yen Jho colonel .warned ithost that the suffrage lasus Was pne for found, one'alone, jioaaibly tliat'pf the me rill about tho brtdden treasure- - I Kentucky State Fair, Loiis-ville- , will some day be a part of the Servwith the admjnistratfpa at settlement by states and not by (the , captain, on the bridge profea- 8aiIfifled noW ian kingdom he declared at onethrough their resentment Uf thrW foioral government. .fi "Tfiiere was on unmnv fcMllne. v 1914. Ky., Sept. 14-1- 9, ! 80r XJi r while I was on thejr Bupport to the loadom time during the examination- -' around and a rank smell of mould 7 Gajbrlnorios, who hod. made an Ht Dtmaid, No Market. " " uc'-w- " r(;tacked. To do bot ho ald, would 1 which m:,le Wie flesh creep. A Ifew "" " " - 47 , -- ryscholof y and Empty Cars. unsuccessful attempt to '?!! Artm- only Jnsuro a continuation qf Tariff reductions on or the free remnnants of books .were discovered """ UO tt "J"4""" B'ghty thousand'oiopty freight cars !duko Fronds Ferdinand told toy convulsion,, of a governlater ud " listing of articles do not always work In the caixtain'i cabin and a rusty cut- - I,rofJM and tho are detnacked along (the lines of the Duchess of Hohenberg by throwing between two sots of out according to calculations. If ai3a ment "sec-m'nnVl As nfiiftlitnir rfliOiF rrrnA trv flnfl Pennsylvania Railroad- - They aro &dle 4 a bomb, was, also put throuh W IWlUUJ,. Uiere Is jio demand for such arti-- l a) ... i'VJ UIVVU W Aowung more weiro jn ,ho Jvlddon Cu fnrS1non, Iwroto to bo:yuse tho busneiaji of tho couritry, gruelling examination by the police. Ho sjypko awond cencennlng thoai cles too loweriiig or removal of Tar- -' of "l? " Leach and he gave me 1J00 to gfve under the ibenefloient rule of near He Js a Servian and admitted that whom tlio Progr!saive9 wouil wel- iff duties accomplishes nothing. Tho' mm e, is in such a condation he was in a plot to kill the arch- thom- come to the iiarty. ''Wo jw'll gladly caeo of UooWlng machinery is an,f,,enIn on tto bo and ,whon , Mkod her wat tbmr. that it cannot give them employ- duke. faW ls " be Bald, with any men who llustraton. In tho Tariff of 1909 such work lance wo hAd tl- -t we .irould get any- - ment. mu? ' tr0ubto ra:rl per The Ibtil'ea of tho two victims will themselves, .with, open sincerity, maobiwo- bore a duty of 45 UliU W. 'llllnff frtf rtllT mflllAV ftll IU1j!1 llr prin- cent., with a qpcc;al prov'slon that no Most assuredly the management of remaintid at Sarayovo (Progressive) They work for these Puuta Arenas largo word was as good as gold. Slie, wrote the Poptisylvanla Is exceedingly In- will IJf brought hone on a Bpecial is a pretty ciples, proviWed they one men of duty should be ia'd on Imports up to o January 1, 1911. lit Slho .Tai'f of 1913 place, as South Anwrlcsti towns go- - mo several tlmtii that Bho vldi mak- - competent. Hsii it yot heard of train, oscarted in a manner bct'ttlng fiuch churaeter ua to Justify It Jias'MV population ot several Uiou- - iuc sacrifoos to keen tho Biiirits In the way out of such a serious con- tho hlsh rank ot the hidr to tho miAi,V, in their good totth- - 'In this tho dniv nti coujw, Uiq Magellan .good humor- - L ' r M"e sent for me dition? .What havo Its present and throne. Igood clUsens to cowas induced to 25 per cent. The Bplrft Hmo task all operate with us, as her In Penusyl- -' omptlon from duiy wi th0 aotof 1909,Biro11 w a Srcat pugivwaiy tTavonsifctt ami saja Bao couXdnt, dp anymimjg board of directors been doing all (this From Best to Worst. winxn m0ro without more money. She waui- - fine? Dou't they know hat the adyuxtai, we liold qlott tho flag of godd waa Jaitondod to promote, the Jce ojr """ina ot Biups yearly, When President Wilson says Uio Incitizenship in the fight (o, translate, manufacturing Industry in the Unlt- - uiiau iiua war au avo'u uuuuuiu: uia vi in nnn r wmrn tn ivinn niui ne ministration at Washington has givI Horn with its furious gales. . en thorn tho remedy? Take a dose of came pver with tlio money. I dustrial depression Is psycuoiosftal these sound and lofty prfnclj4os Into tU StatTQ. It had no such StW-t- , The whole of (ihe 'Magellan Uor 13,000 and tho profcasor the eamo psychology shako the bottle Veil bo- - and World-widdid the Tariff reducUon to 25 govornmun'ta! practlco." he makes a general ' . n.,ll. l.l ...J is Sho told fus wo would faid luce uuvujj;. auu.uvu'1, ,uq iiuv uii tnvo statement which is not bornq put by Oolonel Itoosovelt camo bore (to per cent Ju the Underwood law, Quo f rom 0al, 4rus to Capo Pllk4r,n(if amount. ... . j. . J. PltYllttni. ., ,lin.kini1a t r n rw ti. soniothlng else "Just as gocil." See facts. Groat Britain, for instance, ij treasure w'liuu iorxy eays. tyxsak in support P' he candidacy of, of the lai'cfbt uf American concerns iuuiu,ui w uvuwuw vu acwuvu n.,uu lnddntod and racktbound though tt .is tOlf-foImported over 9300,000 worth, foreign 'twiuon the spirits wore ready' to it (that the uajme, ot Dr- - Wilson hm not for some time, enjoyed uueh D4?ta Lewi's fqr governor, and of prosperity as that pf r mach'nes, and it eeeans liicnedJIble tbat a ship could ' ahe said, "tlioy would raise the tread- - is blown in the glass. PJncliot ror Unitod Btatee Sena- value ,of $&. up out of th ground- - She Just take a dose of the iWUson rem- couutr'es, too, apjoyiae an unlmDorta - , l,e oonosftjed for nearly a quarter of tor. Their quallJio&tloin? ho touched other ooncores made lar .. .. CAfiturv liiCtbAt. a.tt. 'naa.r" .. .it U .M ,,ax a, l.'nil edy, go (to Bleep somewhere in (the usual business teipetus. la short, j .1 w a ue r bu vu m, fhn muil, uion at the opening of hfe speech. uuua. mi.. uuut yi vawwj iiuxjiju.ioua wes'Miw-i-waijMM- - -- r rr see H tlw ground was raisVog now. misty cJoudJands of. theory la hab- from bong u couatitv sever txeea token out' pf'fcoiW' '"Thereafter 'be confln4'blnelf to the Idbcovery been (made If It'wawe were to let her know, ited by tho most oxcollont dootriualra promt and prosperity, we havo-falteHad the Theft) siao market for Uvea. UBOtloaal, Issues putllaed. For to one ia,vdng Jie least. And two reasons: First, because even among- - the dosotilte bud anuHitiiajm- - and, she ftou4t come right .over. IWe anld dream that those 80,000 cars are I'-- . with no signs of bettwmeat, till tho Ii nt a duty of CO per cent on laces ous Islcfi of tho CocUburn Channel or ' wsat and looked, but the ground moving. lays Ezfl4e Mile. U And then,waWh them mciveS such laiqultoue .Tariff, now (loing you could ' "Olulla UrivJ carried out mew exper1-inea- ts foreign manufacturers, paying one-thi- down about Cook Bay or False Capo hadn't mUojl any, sft Ah Inquirer, Ueadly work, is repealed. wage rate, could Horn perhaps tho wildest coasts in i notice It. the Amerxan t Florence Thuitoday with his ,. v. "Finally ,he said tie epllrat had inventlea for blowing up powder mag Undersell thB,AmorfcAU maqutactuners the world It would have tbaen more WtiMMOfptirtpilty, Jacktei'sriMtefrapii credible- - Iadeed, shortly attar Uie cot mixed up somehow and they of azines and explosives ncaied la meV Sacoad, because la these times ke m tke grtMd at tke Awwal report ( wouldn't, help he ttad the treasure Waatoa asrtaer with feW ia depressfoa 'Amsrlcaa ur- ship' wa lout there weto a rays iro- - Frse-TnO- e al by eaus ot ultra.-vJoh- 't prsfMsltloD. couaty rlgh - cliiaUig .power has' ftUM-(- f. - that the craw of 'a Hbi skw unleai she had 3,900 Sioro to make Auerat the Hifk Ie4 NMa Ifc-ii- c Jected town, a aiatasce. iWWlo Adm'rss Pull SpleadU aoMlhUlUea. able to buy 4 wauy Jseamem tfigsaUag Iram aa Waa4 denrr socriflees. .i . ,. 1 al Fornari was iuki four nilmfe to 'cans are YiewJtlylltk., NeiMtpielwef a W. 8. 308 v 4 mM she. said 'The lst'.tliatI w-.", vprotoslon that way which-l- s two-thir- d thdr depth laths T&?r laces as they were ; pHci rif ki iwHty I JHd.. LmiUvllle, Ky. she hadat .been rraL'Md sou1, twt flla. prUpsrlty times. from Puasa ATe. traaajert n Jialf hour after receiving exspiral, Urvl, by Jiis projector, ploded tlip mines. Admiral Wilson Adinjnistra-tio- n system to Fornari Uifa.subjected tho further Ktrfagent Jest by the sinking in varl'.ous afh ot and Its Policies. r'vor a number of metal bombs conpretaining explosUos, wlijch ho pared lijmself. Though (bo task pre ow'ng In First Speech of 1914 Campaign sented onornious difficult-v- s, river.tho to the conformation of the Declares Tariff Colossal Fail- young oiiginetr from his 'position on mountaff took only, a quarter of ure Hard on Farmers. unhurlticach case to scour the river with tho rays and locato tjio bi,l WJ.-- in , Flays Captain of British Vessel Reports Man Sues to Recover From Soothsayer Who Couldn't Weird Discoveries In work ,wlth the. spirits, .but I oould that thero wasn't anything at all matcr with .her. Atftcr tha,t I wrote soveral Jotters to her, but ttho did .not answer them- - I don't tlilnk now that cither one cf Jhem cou'.d find treasure. I believe tliey were Just leadlhg us on." bqo Straits. Locate Money. Mystery of the Divining Rod. Fow questions have arou3tU inoro has luLorost and discussion than .that of whather pr not thero is "any- - ' ,, Ferdinand and Wife jla. jr a? Olasgow-owa-tomb- s. , """" c'-t- e tht Jj' wif. 'the"-stricte- I s '. auto-mbU- -- nt es '''I p -- m rllInS ccn-eslare a )"" !,. -- ni ,. pu 'Mr.-Wilso- - the-Geno- Mi grfef-trtcke- n --. -- -- TZe toi1 - X J' " "gov-eromo- nt f- T w .,,,.., e,T' eT c0 1A Freo-Triikl- - -- to-da- y. conf1-denc- I o qtfoati-Neltho- r & rd j ,l. e,' laco-maki- to-da- y, O'-hs- lve .i -- ... rd -- ;- i.tw t. " aa Hhll-adolph- la , ... Teitill itt ftmf Uvssti-gtl.-Addre- Arao, tfie. Uvsntor 3ftr c Iater-ewth-er- ii itd ky w" ' w.;i wji "W awiJLinnsMji'i mJJfrmpmwimwmiwmtivmmmAtimrmmMvmm -- sTf wri m tpuviiifiiswpywrQi aw t'iwrwfwffT "f" '" f WWiW9'W9&p tfwg'WUfrH'MVT I sum mmmn i iiuii i v 1 Y -- Atabaska Tribe No. 256,Imp'd Order Red Men c Will Hold Their Sixth Annual Pic-NiH k r fH H H & k A H B. B V Hi H H H H r H A Kr 'm H V b' H H M H m V V H H 1 p BVffwnivBWHW,' limii njinummi i i.unn tip UI'!lWWtWWWnWWWPWPBffWCT4iWWMWW'ilW'WBIW iuj.jwwij"wii waiiijuaiftvu p m ii ij. iwmviMmi I At High View Just Below Cromwell on Green River c we have ever had. We have a better program so far as are preparing to make this the best speaking is concerned. Better Music. Better location, more convenient and pleasant. Plenty water will be on the grounds. Good order will be maintained and every effort will be made to make this an enjoyable day. EX- I rk We Pic-Ni- CURSION UP AND DOWN RIVER. Fine Music by Good BreLss Band Gr 9:00 a. m. Welcome address, T. Wade Stratton, Great Keeper of Wampum, Great IFL -- A. Music. 1:30, M 3VE ES - Council of Kentucky. It. R. Wedding, Deputy Great Sachem Music 9:30 Address Fratemalism A. J. Bratcher, Deputy Great Sachem, of Winnipce Tribe No. 282, of Welcome, Ky., 10:15, Address Freedom, A. D. Kirk, Ohio Tribe 188 10:45, Address Friendship, Jno. M. Shultz, P. S. Atabaska 250 Cromwell 11:15, AddressCharity Capt. N.T. Howard, Past Sac hem IJoricon Tribe, Morgan town Ky. 9:15 Response 11:45, Dinner. Address Wm. A. Keller, Great Sachem Groat Council of Kentucky Music. 2:15, Address Importance of Rural School Improvement, Ozna Shultz, Supt. Ohio Co. Schools. 2:45, Address Otto C. Martin, Past Sachem Ohio Tribe 188. Music. 3:15, Address II Education, Prof. E. Y. Allen, Central City. Dr. Oscar Allen. Closing Remarks Big parade right after dinner. your friends. Every Red Man in the State of Kentucky is invited to fall in line. Come bring We will have good music, fine entertainment and Addresses. 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With (hut in Ills poiies slon the poor boy wim nioro powerful than all the monarch In the world-provithat he knew now to handle the lump, uud that knowledge came to him by Accident 1 have Just liven pondering over some stntenients by Jean Uecquerel. tlm French pbyKlcht. nbout tho con t phi.' of the atoms of which matter Is com posed, nnd they have forcibly recalled Aladdin's adventures to my mind. The Interior of nn atom is a little world Infinitely mure marvelous than the envo that contained the magic lamp, and it conceals powers Incomparably greater than that of Aladdin's good s ded accurately knuun Storm King mountain engineer irVl a Hum sand feet down lulu the illrt and xiitid Hint llll the gorge under the water and dill tint Unit link iHitttiin The diore line nt Albany ts nt pnieilcully the same elevation us (he nliore line at New York, mid the tide rNoi ut A.b.ui) two and eight-tentfeet The up ward nnd downward tinning of the tide, of which UiiiNuti took ndvaiitnge h Its Picturesque Scenery Far Surpasses That ot tne Rhine. The Iludmiii rher is wry reinnrknlile In tievurul respect In the ilrst place, for 1.10 miles of Its length It Is nut a true river hut n Hun! Allium to (he ocean Its ruck tiotti with the exception of n few islands. Is iiulow sea level. Iluw fur It Is not wwrrwttKWininrrrinTnin-timY- I(V I 0ilte 1BHBHH riicnrrarinn..; D ic i in-- n m ,. 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Nona (The first magaadno to orlginato the genuine without the likeness and signa idee of publishing a complete ture otij.tL. urigsoy, r or saio oy novel in each number.) I. H. W1LMAMS, - Hartford, Ky. LIPPINCOTt'S MAGAZINE A YEAR'S SUBSCRIPTION BRINGS YOU 12 Great Complete Novels. 7G Short CO 60 Timely Articles. Btories. Striking Poems. 200 Pages of Hu- mor. NEW tl IEWWQ MACMkNK OF QUALITY.) THI To the scientific imagination the e of nn ntora Is Inversely as wondrous ns the stnrry heavens, it Is In finite power packed Into Inflnlteslnml space. That of course, is nn exaggeration; but this Is a case in which one has to speak In Imposing figures, because the facts surpass atl ordinary experience. "The atom." says Jean Becqnerel. "Is a closed world, or almost closed, nnd It Is that fact which constitutes Its Individuality." This "closed world" of the atom Is so small that If we could Increase the powers of onr microscopes a thousandfold vee could not render It visible, nnd yet that minute specie of matter Incloses a "solar system" ss elaborate as that of the great sun with Its planets, nnd keeps locked tip there an energy so colossal that the plainest statements of fact that can be made about It seem like wild dreams. "The emanation from radlnm" la substance whose atoms spontaneously give out at least a part of their energy! "Is capable of liberating 2.500,000 times more energy trisn the most violent chemical reaction known." The world within the atom ordinarily behaves as If It bad no concern with the world outside. It Is sufficient unto Itself. It Is s little medieval China, with closed porta and Insurmountable walla all round. SUli. a very few atoms. like rhfMA of rnrllnm h.va iMitiifM. to communicate with the outer world by a kind of explosion. If all atoms should burst their walls simultaneously the whole universe wonld be dissolved In an Instant The atoms that do disintegrate pass from change to change. Within their limits the foundations of matter are broken op; the distinctions of the elements are confounded; things lose their nature and shirt Into other thlogs; uranium gives birth to radlnm nnd to polonium; radium brings forth helium, and the last transformation of polonium that has thus far been observed Is. Into plain lend! It Is like n transmigration of atomic souls. But this Is not the only, consequence of the opening of the world ot the ntom. That opening releases energy In forms which we can recognize und which some day perhaps we may be able to atillze. Atomic energy Is thp mnglc lamp that the Aladdin ut science has fouml d nature's secret cave. One dy Aladdin's mother found the rusty lamp where he had cast It nside ns useless and thought that she would polish It up. Instantly, nt the first vigorous rub. the slave of the lump stood before her, ready to do her bidding! The Alnddln of science has not thrown his lamp aside. Re knows It Is full of magic. He Is sure that If he rubs u arlRbf the genle will appear before blm. but be baa not yet learned the right stroke. And perhaps after all It will be with blm as it was with the otbtr Aladdin accident will teach blm the secret When that day cornea. If ever It does, there will hardly be any limit to the transforming power of man over the world be lives P. Berrhts In New Sort JramsJ. lB.-Ga- rrett German surgeon. Or. Adolph Loreus In 11)02 declared Tt more beautiful than the Uhtne. which depends on tli'e castles on Its tiaul.s for Its main charm. Primarily, the lieanty of the Hudson la due to the tmordlnnry range of Its geological history. From Its source to the sea It Is an epitome of creation It rie.s in the Adirondack mountains, which tower to u great height The fnmou fllghlands of (be Hudson, between which Iluilnn sailed IKK) years ago, are of the s.ime Archaean rocks nnd were once n group of islands. The Cntskllls nre more modern and the Palisades Mill younger. The latter rising ulicer HUO to MI0 feet ubove the water's edge, were once a tlcry molten The distinguished htet Kentucky MaptlionlnRCoimtlci.townH.rallroails.liin-crelon- al districts, etc. Latest Kentucky Ccn us. 1 ullandconi,lctcmapoftlie comtilctenvinofthclJiiltcdbtntcs. world. Inthulllstorltal Kentucky rketch la .iv en ll.u rjolltlcal time. statistic from the f oun lit ion of Hie btatc to t lie pie-eItincliiJesi Alt Stale Officials. Executive Department. All Department of tho Mate Oovcmment ltli the heailsof each Department and tl.clr salaries. 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FAMILY, ,a .moet exveejteat illustratis a, worthy It has helped, thousands of women ed monthly who nave been troubled with displace-me- n successor. The price Is only 25 coals ts. Inflammation, ulceration, tumors, a, year. Ask for aai'Ie-cop-- . irregularitiesperiodli; pains', backache, that bearing down feeling,' indigestion, Coilrier-JiUrfi- al Goipaig and netvow prostration, after all other aseaas have Tailed. Why don't you try i Incorporated , rt?, , Lydia E. Pfekfcacs Medicl Co, LeVISVlXLEi MY. Itfiw. Mms, State lll ,1 R Market Reports Foreign Political Everything for Everybody L. w jbIh, V"jrfftl nSlBy"SjEai til4'JNIal H trtford Republican. it ttorKl nccordltic to law at tie rottofflcn Httfcrd. Ky., mull mntttr ol the cond rlnM, I ' 4 ;il iUv. I'r.KeUori ns soon ofter tho, a f -liv: .. ui. ..1. n.T a uongrcs jn ex iniu to j fj ,moCrat c Tariff on tjie indus'pej irj. s laru can rojwir tho Injur'. 0 w Rhode Island apptiars in vlsib'o The blunder and crimo of 1913 will o form 'n th.s year's asscu&evl valua be a lusson text will have to be learnNOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS tion of such urojHsrty rcjwrfcd Completion of Peace Now Rests ed, but posterity liuy benefit by the wn Bnbucrltx'tn ilrIrliiR the imjwrfMit to n new ' by the Hoard of T.ix Commis-s.oneI awful experience. ftddiY tnnt pl'e the old nddries In imiklnn the to tho General Treasurer for With Mexicans Them J 4? rrqueet. JlntiitM I.ocnl. nml Xotlrw 10c per lie nml Sc h's collection of ruionuo therefrom. 0 Best Dinrrhoon Romotiy. selves. ! per Hue lor entb niMltlounl Iast year the corporate excess Obltonrlpo. nrolnt1on ami I'nnl ol Thiol. 5c value of the State's manufacturing, If you have ever used Ohatnbor- i J laln's Colic, Cholera niul D'arrhocay mere-muland miscellaneous corpo-chnrc- h charrh Notice, lor ,ervic tree, but other ? t SO. An Remedy you know tiiat it is n sue- X agnra Falls, Juno :.c per line. was $128,107,928.03; thta year rations BdTerti.ement". t recess of mediation wad ccufi. Sam F. Gulnn, WlmJey, Ala. K Anonjmoim comrannlcntlon. will reielte no 4t is $13o,USS,S31-5S- . Those values. .lulcfnUo 0 BtteotloD. Uh;ch uro the values of the .stock of deeded upon today by Ambassador writer, '1 Jml measles and got caught i IJa Gania, of Brazil, and Min'si.erx out 5n the rJn, (iid It sotted In thct'o corporations ov.r and above f rrLSPKOiiEC. jut te tangible jn tho.r plahlts mid jSaurez sind Naon of Chile, ailJ Ar- - my stomach and bowels. I 'had un aw........... Canitorlani ful tmie, and inul it not ibeen for respectively c CO .ncrc'ianU'Fe. are obtained from sworn Panaaia' ZwiV.ial rn's action rol orxl the reco'pj Cluitnbcrlaiii's co.lc, cholera and d statements by the resjwnslblo man agent, eiified by thu Tax Couiuijs- - cf a note from Carranza expressing arrhoca Remedy I could not powMily te up-to-daFRIDAY, JULY 3. s'oners, and ma bo accepted as falr'lul inclination to lurticljuUo in n- - hune licd but a few hours ioniier. lno.isuns of tjie prosper.'!' of tho formal coufere'aiccs' with the Hucr- - uut thanks to t,his romexly, I sun now J tan delegates ,but asking for more well ui Id strcng.' For sale by all State's corporate Industries. ANNOUNCEMENTS. & dc'ajlers. 5 TJus loss of nearly two and n Jia'f time 111 which to cor.sult his suborauthorjzea to announce million ds'lrf) 1:1 the last - moiil hs dinate generals. & Wo are Tiq Canstitutjonallst cliief despeSwedish Bridal SuperstWont. o- Congressman Bon Johnson a candidate means, therefore, that since the new In Spden lor the Democratic nomln.'.Jbn for Tanff got 'nto full operation Uie In- clared that he wished to get full au greaMe.tr of the bridegroom has trolls Representative from the 4th Congres-elon- dustries of Rhode Island bae lost thority from tho tfgiiors of tho plan un nntldote againstnnd sprites, and ns their power ho of Guadalupe, the p'atform of the dbjtrlct. General primary elec- Just that much in monoy-majiln- g casews into his clothes strong olV iuocuiantl so the smelling herbs, such as variousand rose1914. pacity In other words, the Demo- Constitutionalist tion August 1, garlic & delegates might be cldiliul wjtli plen-cl'- y mary. cratic schedules of customs 'duties It Is customary to All the powers. to announce have jn one short ynr taken from He gave no Ink) ng bride's pocket with bread, which sho TVe are authorized f Hon. John WBoyd, of HarJin coun- i,he Sta.te that much wealth. It is not as to what 'length of t'nio (such a. gives to the poor Bhe meets on the 0 way to the church, and so averts misty, a candidate for the Domocrtytic only the owners of this iudustr'a,! consultation mJcht ronuire. .Meauunio tlio mdejatoid prejiarcd fortune with the alms she bestows. in proiKjyty who suffer; it is tho State nomination for Representative Congress, from the 4t)i district. Treasury also, and honce the service to take tho'r dejurture. Thu Huer- - On their return from church the bride c bridegroom visit their cow houses f will deq,de tomorrow and Goocral Primary olectlon August, which the State Goernmeut da?i ta doIogU'les and farms that the cattle may thrive whether to wait fiarc for tho C011- - ana ' g've to tho people. . . munipjy. . l(. M st.;iuujonai's uejcgjitcs or to go o That it is a Tairifr hostile to som summer resort in the United vwarfts ...at., Wd ar authorized to announce W. Industry tliat has caused this Beware of Ointments for SHERMAN BALL, of Brecktnindge loss admits no question. With imports Stateu for an interval, The American delegates will be Catarrh that Contain Mercury county, a oand'datjo for 1U10 Repub- of cottcn cloths douhk'd under the iC , ns mercury will surely destroy the lican nomination for Represontathe d law, as from the lacst to leave- 'They are wrfting of smell and completely derange icnse the jn Congress from the Fourth district. ?721,902 in value In .March, 1913, t8 jlefjmte instructions from Washhig- - whole system when enteritis It through ' the mucous surfaces. Such articles should ton- Primary election August 1, $1,402,071 in March, 1914 and . . Ootral 1 ncer be used except on prescriptions th im f. fi v " explained ton'ght from reputable physicians, as the damage 1914. ports of woolen aid worsted clothe . The mediators they will do Is ten fold to the good you increased in. Value at the ra,te. for that mediation had not adjourned, can possibly derive from them. Hnll's t Cure, fi last formal Catarrh & Co., rnir.Ulactured '0y. j-- no example, of from $328,974 In March, but tha.t ierhaps the Toledo," 6., contains .ci (a Mexico puffer? from lack of mt'Cting had been heldj OoBltnunT-catio- n mercury, and is taken Internally, acting directly upon work. Every General wants to play 1913, to $1,390,910 in March 1914t it nnd mucous surhereafter will be carried on faces of the the blood In buying HaU system. was inevitable that Ilhode Island a .. a lone h.--, Cure be by telegraph from rspeective Catarrh Is taken sure you get tho gtnu-Inthe mjlb should ho lies? Jifospcrous and Internally and made In It and de!e Toledo. Ohio, by F. J. Chehey & Co. Tomorrow Is the glorleua Fgurth-W- Rhddfi Inland CUll stocks less valu- - Jiomfis of tho mediators free. Sateq. The mediators consider tlio'r Sold by Druggists. Price TSc per bottle. .trust all our reade.nj mag pnjoy Tk Hall's Family rtlts for constipation. chief work done. wHh no oeoMgatj. a "sane" day, The. hew ijemdjcratlc iTariff has alOriginally the three diplomats ilow 's Secretary firyan going to ready fitopped the inoTease of wealth tendered their goad offices to avert Report of the Condition of the in Rhode Island; continued in operaequare the Bale of those war Mhips to war. Th's they think has been action indefinitely tt would mean the CITIZENS BANK Greece, with his peace policies? complishedThe tlike envoys think IndusWal ruAn of tho State. leoihK hiiKlncss at the Town of Hartthat Jn dcvjfi'ng a plan for informUj! Under the eugenic law no XsV ford, County of Ohio, State of conferences between !the two fac What Business Men Say. couil expect to got a martf9999W9-;VVV9Kentucky, at the Clohe of riage license unless he The President's harsh and unreas tions their own task ended, and-tha- t tested 100 Business on Oth Day for the compleonable denunciation of Auicricuii bus- the responsibility proof. June, 1014.. iness (men Cor writing letters to tion of a peace program jrcst$ on When Congress passes the trust Washington asking the Mexicans themselves. for a cessation RESOURCES. leg'sation, what nqw excuse will Loans and Discounts. . .$ 71,149.90 of legiBlat!e attacks on business callh President find for keeping it in Owensboro Optical House. Overdafts, secured and ed forth the folowing expressions by session? oo Philadelphia! business men, as printunsecured Hartford, Ky., Nov. 1. I have used automobiles to ed tn the Public Lddger of June 17: A iblll to 'lasses made by R. C. Hardwlck's Stocks, Bonds and other Opera House, Monday Night, Securities 00 E. C- - Felton: "The President's at Optician, Owensboro, Ky., to my enbe bo constructjed as that they could 27,438.62 not exceed twelve miles an 'hour 'would titude pf suppression of criticism is tire satisfaction. His house and ma- Due from Banks Remember A. D. Taylor efc Son will present "The 10,378.13 receive a Jot of eutihusfctic bupnort really outrageous. It is hard to real- chinery for maklner lenses are the Cash on hand from people who don't own uutomo-bile- s. ize that the head of this free Gov- most complete in the State, and he Checks and other cash JJ Beast of the Jungles" at Bean's Opera House, next 427.34 items t ernment should attempt to Gt'flo the employs none but experienced worknight, July Gth. Come and see the Banking House, FurniC. M. BARNETT. men. voice of the people." . now the mediators have adoptAnd girl play the star and take the lead in 1,000.00 ture and Fixtures.... William H. Folwell: "The Presied the "watchful watting poollcy." dent ts A Texas Wonder. 00 Other Real Estate and taming the big tiger. This is the greatest animal However, they have nothing on any The Texas Wonder cures kidney an Other Assets not includ picture on screen and will please the most exact-- S citizen of thu United States in that ed under any of above Frederick L. Bailey: "This legis- bladder troubles, dissolves gravel, rojjpect. Are we not all watching and lation - cures dltbetes, weak tnd lame backs, , 00 heads ing critics. is not constructive, It is dewait'ng for President W.ilsou's era struothe. It will not build up busi rheumatism, and all Irregularities of pi unpara'elled prosperity? Total '. $110,393.99 the kidneys and bladder in both men ness; it "will destroy business." LIABILITIES. just won't let J. 'Hampton Moore: "They don't and women. Kcgulates bladder trouThe suffragettes the President Alone. They cannot like the Tarif and they don't want bles in children .If not sold by your Capital Stock paid In, iu druggist, will send by mall 011 re $ 25,000.00 cash eeo how he can advocate toils rojeal any more legalatJon." 12,500.00 Tli s late&t exhibition of bad temp- ceipt of $1.00. One small bottlo is Surplus Fund party and other things not jn the In Ohio County Clerk's office, Deed Master Commissioner's Sale. platform, but can do nothing for er and bad Judgment 011 the part of two months' treatment, and seldom Undivided Profits, less Hook 39, pago 27S, or sufficient thore-- of 3,091.62 woni(i iuffrago biteuuso ,t J? not "President WVlson prov'idos fresh reas- falls to perfect a cure. Send for tes- expenses and taxes paid Ohio Circuit Court, Kentucky. to produce tho Bums of niDuoy orons why business men should got timonials from this and other states. Deposits subject included Ju tho Baltimore platform- VirglJ Hocker, Plaintiff, Dr. E. W. Hall, 292C 01le Street. St. to check ....$50,810.58 dered to bo made. Into politics. As a matter of In .th's Issue of Tho Republ;oan wo vs. Demand CertifTho purchaser will bo requlrtll to against, theorists and dean- 1U011. announce Sherman Ball, agoguts icates of Deexecute .bond with approved security Land Sale For Taxes. A. T- - Collins, Defendant. the entrance of American of BreckenWdge couny, a oaudUlajto business men iuto politics has 00 By virtue of taxes duo me as Mar- posit By virtue of a Judgment nnd order immediately after sale. for for the Republiicau noniinatloii Time Deposlts$18,991.79 This 16th day of June, 1914. a necessity- shall of the town of Hartford, .Ohio of tho Ohio Circuit Court, rendered Congress Jn this district- - Mr. Ball 00 ERNEST E. UIRKHEAD. county, Kentucky, 1 ,wljl on .Monday, Certified Checks well known throughout tho disat the Juno Term 1914, in tho above More Power to Them. July 13, 1914, expose at public sale Cashier's checks Master Commissioner. trict and State, having Uened its 00 69,802.37 cause for the sum of $150.00, with outstanding Cincinnati business men aro arHEAVRLN & KIRK, Attorneys. Assistant Secretary of State dur.iig ranging to go into politics. At a re at tho court house door dn Hartford Due Banks nnd Trust interest at Jhe rate of 6 per cent per Ky., between tho Jioura of 10 o'clock tjie Wilson fcdmiiAitratloii under cent meeting of men prominent in Companies 00 annum from a. in- - and 3 o'clock p. 'in. Itho followthe 1st day of Feb., 1911, Stops NeuralglaKllls Pain. Ben iL. Brunor. He is a lifelong Re- the otty's inMustrial affairs the intelNotes and Bills Redls- Sloan's Liniment ghes Instant re-luntil paid, and costs herein, I iwfU publican, though In favor of many ligence of present mttmbens of Con- ing lands (houses and lotp) or 60 much 00 counted. . may be necessary to profrom Neura'gj'a or Sciatica. It offer for sale by Public Auction at of the Progres3lvo principles. He gress was severely criticized from a thereof as Unpaid Dividends 00 , duce the sums required to pay the the Court House fioor in Hartford, on goes strailght to tho painful part-Soo- thes Brecken-rldj- e wa cAunty count clerk of Reserve for taxes 00 bustusis btandittiut. It was baud that ' ho Nerves uid Stops Monday, the 6th da of July, 1914, the county itwo terms and was un- there are too muny lawyers and not taxes due from the respective par- Bills Payable 00 ties to tho town of Hartford for the about J. o'clock p. ni-- , upon a credit Pain- - it Is also good for Rheumatism til recently Post Waster at Hardlns-bur- enough business men in Congress. Other Liabilities not In- - ' of six months tho following described Sore TJiroat, Chcst Pains aid Sprains In all tho positions oftrubt Which. Js quite true. As a matiter of time hereafter set out, vjz: eluded under any of You don't need to rub Jt penetrates. property, J. C. Carpenter for year 1913 $6.32 which he fuus held he bag discliarg-e- d fact, there are Joo many lawyers, above heads , 00 BennJne at a atone In Sarah I. Mr. J. R. Swinger, Lou'avllle, . Ky. bis duties faltfully enlfi dn the in- anyhow. There would too Jess litiga- J- - C. Carpenter for year 1914 $5.08 line; thence running JS. 15 writis: "I suffered with quite . a $6.32 terest of tho people- - If nominated tion Jf there were Jess lawyers. But John Blair for year 1914 Total . . . . v . . . $il(0,393.99 Austin's 5 poles to a' stone, Mallnda Aus- severe Neuralgic Headache for four J. P. STEVENS, b wllj make a strong naoe with pood Jn any event the Cincinnati moveState of Kentucky,) tin's corner in S. I. Austin's line; mouths without and rollof. I used Marshal Town of Hantf ord, )sct. chances of winning in November. ment Js a good fne- - 'More business County of. Ohio,) C0t3. As Collector. thence W. 96 5 poles to a stone; Sloan's Liniment for two or ' thn We, Alvln Rowe, Vice President, thence N, 15 5 poles to a stone in iiigtiffl and I liavop't Tho Louisville "Herald ch'des us men jn politics and in loglslaton suffered"' with for favoring what it ooIJb that amal- would help matters groaty. Jf The Blunder and Crime of 1913. and J. C. Riley, Cashier, of the above Joe RedjdlBh line; thence with his y head lnct" Got a bottle men had been more plentiful do.'soleranly swear that line E. 96 5 poles to bhe beginning, Keep in U0 house all gamation foollshncjfB uud In the next the time for President W'lson sas .there is namedBank, breath quoiifc with evident appro-a- l in Congress the Underwood Tariff ''no material condition or substantia-- ! the above statement Is true to the containing 9 2 acres, more or loss. Pains and all hunts. 25c, Cue tend $1 bill would not have ibeen passed. Icnowledge and .belief. beat of our a rumor that the Progressives and adjoining (the above at your Druglst-lluckleSecond reason why tho busiqegR of the coun7 ALVIN ROWE, V. President, tract and tract Democrats will Unite in tho eleventh A'co, if there are enough business try should not .be Arnica Balve for1'' all bounded as follows; Beginin the most p'ros- - ' J. C. men ejected to Congress this year and (WinJet to Uefeat a Republican. RILEYCashler. AH ning at a stone in the lane of the sores. perious coibUIUou." If a more hum m Subscribed and sworn to before PlroiresBlves nd Rjubllaan3 In th's in 1916 the UnderwocJd TarCff law ble citizen should make a statement Harris place; thence N. 32 W- - 102 wjll be reiK-aVBlore iower to the mo this 30th day of June, 1914. neck of the woodq believe that prosFirm Per Sale. polos to black oak; thence N. 77 iW. like that the inclination would' he to I R. It. RILEY, Notary Public. perity lean only bo restored by a re- business mon! J50 Acres oh Hartford and Rockpor 23 po'.eB, to blajck oak; thence S. 80 him a fool or a knave. There Is call My Commission expires January turn Jo a protecting tariff and regard Severe Attack of Colic poles to white oak; thence E. 80 poles road, 1 Cured. a reason. There is a condition-'rhermlljs from Broadway and 22, 1918. as the paramount issue and one ttaft kjs. cross, who travels in Vir aro sveeral reasons and coiulltdons 2 mto " Correct Attest: upo which they can unite. S fence ginia, and other Southern States, was why wo are suffering such wUlospreeJd , ERNEST WOODWJARD, on lgp of fawn ajnd church near. iAey vljl amalgamate whether the taken suddenly and severely ill with business depression and general dissame land conveyed to W- - L. How ALVIN ROWE, leader vJH or won't- Tho aiortald colic. At the first store he came to tress. An ava'anche Df foreign goods Three roads pats dwelling house ard as shown by do4 darted Fb. "U F. M. HOOVER, wtijj find ottor the election that the the merchant recommonded Olmmber- - displacing domestic production tnkuns 1908 by Sarah I. Austin and her huswhich is on- - Hartford R. F. D. No. Directors. rank and file of Republicans and Pro- - Iain's Colic, Cholera wnd Diarrhoea Idleness. A wilting out of our band, Albert N. Austin, as shown Most of Jand poriecUy level. Any rc4Jves are idjrmt Jn tlio att'tudo Remedy. Two 'doses of Jt cured ihjni. by deed of record Jn Deed Book 40, on, desiring to purchase farm balance of trade moans a large will doof the hen wjilch as lis well know n, I No one should leave homo on a foreign account to bo Bottled in gold. page 94, Ohio County Clerk's office. wn to Investigate. Price reasona-when, dotennlned to "set" wllj Bot Jf journey without a bottle of mis Loes of revenue, FOR FLETCHER'S W wriges, Joss Which deed was duly signed and Appiy ror further information j&e has to island up and set. 'llho preparation. For sale .by all dealers. qX d'vidends, 1qs building, lussjrans- acknowledged and is now of record to I BARNETT & SON, Agnt. ' I ALLISON BARNETT, Associate Editor Address all communications fTce Hartford Republican. C. M. BARNETT, Editor & Proprietor j and a fow m'egmded .leaders arc standing iii the way of uny ti compromise, and fum sh'iig aid tho Demo:ra. Tie ptojiltf will knw upon whom to place the b'nmc for continual buccm rtU gocrnmciital control by u m!uor..y party. Henu'U portation, Idle fro.ght cat, incrccudl iiiuuiui unu a b.iij. worse oup.coi;, r.ro nil co.hllt ojus and rcUsons that follow tftftft AAA ftftSftAftftAft o 49, ftftftftAAftftftftJMI & BLOWS UP Krcc-Tjw.d- e- , pffects Appear Visible Form. End of fiie destrucue effect of itho new Farce At Niagara Falls. If tho Prw'dent is Ignorant, tho peoplo aro not, and next fa'l Wo shall RCe how they begin to rcat.fy a m x lake 1 nit w 11 moan u restoration of !s-- fj 49 ' MID-SUMME- R $ Jjj Jj ( 11 MILLINERY! Hot Weather Millinery is iu great demand now i h- - yes-tcrd- ay rs e i3 ;S-'ti- io ' and we are prepared with styles that fresh, will please you. 1- al You can find many cial items at reduced prices in our Millinery department now. -- 0' r " .. tic Guard your interests closely hy looking after your Millinery.j '" once. Wilson-Underwoo- Cl-Jn- ,,,.,. e. E. P. Barnes & Bro. BEAVER DAM, KY. V999VVWW 1 Ken-tucki- a""um"amnnmmn OH HE Bean's S "BEASIS JUNGLES" July 6 aMondaj high-hand- ed ." S Admission 10c and 15c. bo-coi- ,A ef g. to-iwl- , 1-- Oius-Jnc- ss jto-da- 1-- n's e - lfKtSS LITE 1- lo 4- - lts Children Cry CASTOR A ". it S "t T t rJ "(- v.ii. RIGHT NOW we Right Now are showing the very kind of merchandise that you are needing for this very warm weather. You need the goods, we need your business. Many lines of seasonable merchandise on which we are making special prices to make them To-da- M'iO Orel rjc!len has returned GERMAN ARMY OFFICERS from an extendi! visit to J.iOu,svlllo. Wo liavo nlco lino of Ico Cream HAVEN'T AN EASY LOT Freezers nnd Water Coolers. ACTON BROS. J mKwimmmmmmmmmKKmmammmm WEAR OUR GOOD FURNISHINGS AND Wo will sell you a soda fountain If ou land some show cases cheap 'come quick. y Idols of the People, They Must Keep Up Ohio County Drug Co. Appearances on A' Very Small Sum. T)u Sunday School plc-n- ic 5icn ati tho fair grounds jostcnhiy hy tSw Chriatu.il church was a groat mioccw Recent cat(dnls and the issue by hi ocry way. Mr. nnd .Mrs. French Vetera and tho Kn bir tiio other day of a c rcu-ldaughter returned to their homo Ju forh.dding his offxers to havo Ononsbpro .Monday after Wfl.l'ng any ihul'iitfj with matrimonial ngon-clfr.onds here. hao ealled attention onco afjUin i.Mr. Howuu ilolbrook loft yos'jnr-thi,- ;' to tho nocullar poa&ion of tlio army for l..vernioro whore ho v'Jl act officer jn tiio Gunman rxjial cosmo3 botwoi-as ono of tho apjiiu sers of the ostajo nnd hia meessant struggle extitivugaiico ami simpl.ctty of liv of JIM Ann Hawaii. A. D. Taylor it. Sou iWil' present! a ing. of In Germany 'tho officer Is, rmo Western fai.ure, "The Frontier " Saturday ulgjut, July 1th, at cour.se, tho J1011 of fash'onalilo and Child urijtocr.itje fcocioty, the object bf UccdU Opera House. for the onl'iiary tradesman, move. .Mr. J. .Marks, vho connecUll and always n. of absorbing inwith Cuo engineering department of terest, if not always oa (dol, for tfio" y the South' run It. R-- , aiAno homo crotU 'in lUto street. Ho is tilio hero for a 'few day's v'alt. of tho schoolgirl and tilio ornament .Mrs. A- - V. Goodcn and children of every soc.al function of note. Ho commands tho greater plharo of will return from K ktou tomorrow. Thoy w.Hl bo accompanied by M s tho popular interest wh.oh in Finance Corinno Rogers, who will Ms.t her goes to the now Ureses of tho day 15 pieces Fancy and Plain the jjrand iKirents, Capt- - and Mrs. S. K. Wid In, England tK Jaiigoly to smart and Joutaful ar.etocracy. Cox, and other re atives. White Crepe, ibrmer price i-Vrjiero aro ,two reasaii3 wfliy tit's (.Mr. C K. Morrison has Hold hi 19c 25c, special l)o so. In Mie tart place, tho . should resilitnco 011 C'ay street (to '.Mr. E McOix 10 pieces regular 15c valGerman Umpire was founded by the Howard, of near Cromwell. Conn McCall Paltein3 N, (the sideration $1,000. .Mr. Howard will pword, and a great number of ues in Sheer Fancy Organ(xhu gulling statesmen also JiaYo 3S77, Skirt 575, Waist moo hero mjiiio time 'n August. 10c dies; special Price, 15 centt each dots not know wflicrc ho so d'ers la their original profesjon; 15c also the rule that oft'eens shall in Crepes, 20c quality, special 10 pieces Kimono will locate. variably wear umfornijs applied here Tho members of Co. H.'lC N G., more ttr'ctly than in any otlier coun loft Tuesday, CO btrong, for thv Chcrefore, try Iu Europe- and only near Lexington, In com- -. a,ro 'far jnoro frequently not'ceable. i,Two manJl pf Capt.' J. M UcWatdc. Tiio on Yet a great many of theso popular1 J company made a kbou showing told Id(j aristocratic aa they "may bo of Millinery. will Jjrio up well iv4M pJiy of them at iaire, poor, as the traditional church tho encampment. mouse. And the pay s so moderWork was begun on tlio new Meth-odls- j. ate 'that their nareuii have to plcdgo Come, us show you church Monday by a large foroo themselves to supply an allowwiee or REMEMBER IT of jnon and tho basement excavation, $15 a month jto a lieutenant in .the wh'ch extends under U10 entire Jjuild-in- g infantry, 25 a month of au artillery WITH A HOUSE THAT PAYS TO TRADE was completed yesterday even- lieutenant, und 35 to a ojvalry lieuSAVES YOU MONEY, ing. Tho work of laying brick will tenant. A few of the crack regiments commence early next 'week. Sir. Raul demaxil oiicnly U higher allowance, Wotjlward, of Louisville, ' tho con- Including one of the Gupard ircg'monti tractor. In Poimdam, which demands $5,000 a Dr. Hugh Klmbley, wife and chUd, yeaf. The officer must never descend to and Mr. W. E. .McDonald, Owendbo- ro, called ati Hartford ytc"m nday in the Ieel of the rank; he must Dov y amruibus,and the Dr's. boatutful launch, Sweetheart, er ryde In the Tho party has been on Green (and ho Is even expected to lay double the Rough rivers several days for rec- usual tip to Uie calbby alnd chauffeur. only reation", and enjoying a Jifctle fishing. To do all of th-!-s on a Jwiy of probably get back to Ow- - two pr three Jiundrfd a year, deludThey w'll ing the. family allowance, requires onsjboro Saturday. n 1M13. W- - T. .Woodward te lat Daw-sqthq asi&i(iice .of either a carefully days. Springs for a fdw kept, account book or a at' 11 more complete llne of It Wat Lincoln's Knif. carefully chosen money lender- We Jnao FRIDAY, JULY 3. Lincoln was always read to Join In AlQTON BROS. 'And when the money market falls, Quecnawarc. a laugh at bis own expense and, used is often too .Mr- - E. W. Sm'Ui, Ceralvo, was tb tell the following story wltn Intense the matrimonial market I nsed temp'ig to bo Ignored. For AmeriTime Table tjaiong our caUons Satutfrlay. enjoyment: "In the days when E. Railroad M. H. fras by no means tihe monopoly of to be on the circuit I was accosted tn cai at Hartford, Ky. Another big supply of Lawn Hose the cars by a stranger, wno said, 'Ex- wealthy daughiteijs, wi.llng to bring 1LER & BLAOKcuse me, sir, but 1 bare an article In regenerating bank notes Into improv- U A N. time card effective Monday and Npzzks. belong to you.' enshdd ar'stocratic Jiousoho'Ids. Aug. 21st. I have car load 3, 4 and 0 Jnch tile my possession which 'How la that?' 1 asked, considerably Tlrajdesmeu often pegm to count on - DUKE. 112 North Bound due 7:19 a.,m. for sale. See me. No. J. Aastonished. The stranger took a Jack-knif- e the idea, and none credit eo dally except Sunday. from his pocket. Tbls knife.' lightly as Anotier big auply of Lawn Hope No.' 114 North Bound due 2:20 p. m. tho officer in Germany. placed In ray bands some said be. 'was ' 1LER & BLACK. and Nozzles. dally except Sunday. years ago with the Injunction tunt 1 Hence, the ifirsc origin of many of Jhe jwlll leave to115" South Bound due 8:45 a. m. Mrs. Thomas l'ctrio No. wux to keep It until I found a man most celebrated causes cUlobres of yeolrs, Including tho recent redally except Sunday. morrow for Elkton for a short visit uglier thnn myself. 1 have carried It 1:10 p. m. time to this. Allow me to markably ca,3o of tho Countess. Treu-berfrom tbat No. 113 South Boundduo .Mr. J. R- - W'lson, Olaton, camo say, sir. that 1 think you are fairly endally except Sunday. to see us while in town last SVf.ur-da- titled to the property.' H. B. MISCHKB, Agt. CUnoful Inquiries fiavo sluown that Life of Abraham Llucoln." money 'lenders and Inurriage maimers Fight the flics and mosquitoes by hane lately come to nluy an nil too Wall Paper at Ohio Co. Drug Co. Greatest Song Writers. gotting your Screen Wiro Cloth at important part in regimental ufaws. song The Immortal lUhT Ties call on AOTON S. L. King's. ii.llljll ers are Goethe.quartet of Burns writ- Therefore tho latest order of tho Bin- . and Heine, &0t2 BROS. .Sir. G. P- - Jones, Hartford No. 5, Ueranger. Of the four Burns Is by far peror. All slzos loo CrcaufFroezers at waa hero last Saturday and a tailor the most popular. Goethe was at REPORT OF THE CONDITION heart an "Olympian" and In all things Her & Black's. sf. tills office. a critic; Heine wus in UN deepest soul OF THE good Laundry Soap Nine Ba.rs of Mr- - McDowell Foglq JwB returned u pessimist und cynic; Herauger. while ' ACTON BROS. 25c- oxteiJded vis:t hi Cen. Jiouie after an' much more tiuiuuu. wns a little bit MCHENRY DEPOSIT BANK too crltlcul. wblle Burns.-- democratic All sizes Ico Cream Freezers at tral Kentucky. ' the core und of Immense sympatby. Wo can "supply your wants In tho to ,tiio Town of Mc- llor &. Black'. threw himself Into tbe common unman Doing Business at wont to Lou- - Furniture lino at rock bottom cash life of tbe world with a wbole ueart llcnry, County of Ohio, Statu Hon E M. Woodward ACTON BROS. iprlcte. of Kentucky, at the close of and wrote the songs that will live and JavlUo yostcnUy. : .,-- . Don't miss Taylor's show. Boasts of be loved wblle bumaulty endures. 7.,. Busiees on 20th Day of .. w.. i r i.i " JUSl OliCIieu uiuin " nmn Juue, 1914. the Jungles Monday nlglut. Admls- - New York American. E. P. MOORE. Pork. sionl 10 and IS otuWeight of Gallon f Milk. RESOURCES. We BtlU have plonty of Binder's A. u- - jayior aiway bivib jdu I "What U tns standard welgbt for Loane and Discounts .. ..$29,10G-51LER & BLAOK. Twinegood show. DCu't niiss him Saturday inllkr, Overduafts, aocurod and Mr- - Clarence Ruasell, of Owenaboro, uigt. Admission 10 and 15c A qnart of , Bilk '.weighs 2.163 pouodr "9.12 was tn town this week. Keen Johnson, of LeltchfJeld, and a gallon 8.812 pounds, or a quart Mr. n was here WeduetWuy and Thursday 2.15 pounds and a gallon H. pounds. Stocks, Bonds and other ao- Mr. jr.W.Bear, olty, paid u 200.00 curltles ., .. . It U ndentood that the teapsrature in the Interest of Logan College, appreciated caJJ Saturday' 759.63 of Um allk and Us rsUtive proper Due from Banks SALVBT, the great stock remedy. 6.S4C.39 Uom f tk tettar flit an4 sollda sot Cosh on hand 30tf Hartford Camp No. 202 Woodmen batter fat cans the walgbt of allk to Bee U. S. Carson. Hartford. Cheeky and other Cash .World will give, a picnic at stated above nr 472 00 For Service, cleanliness and satis- of the Grounds, iHartford. Ky-- , July vary, bat the weightsased. FrvgtwstTv Items generally ttaos the. Fair Banking- - House, Furniture faction, visit City Restaurant. Farmer. 4th, 1914. 0,354.13 auld Fixtures Bern to Mr. and Mrs. Ernest WoodGinseng, Yellow Root 00 WANTED Ren1 Estate .. .. .. daughter. Other ward, June 24, a fine Differsnt Ideas. amount of Mayapple paying all my debts. I belltve Other Asset) not included agent for the fa- and a limited 'Tn u. S. Carson' U 00 Root. Will pay cah. the end of the world' will come Beit under any of above beads mous American Wire Fencing. E- - P. MORE, Hartford. 44tf month." Wire Fence best on American l don't nndersUBd your logic. If I 141.587.83 Mils- - J. V. Jones, of Murray, after Total .., ,' epcildlng several dayis'wlitb; h?r moth- 'tkouabt Ike end f. the world was cere aarth.(For tale by U. 8. Carson. UABlLITJEg. of, stuff IBI. "We fll have pJeoty of Binder's er licre, left Weducisday for Qeoilgo-tow-n rua next aow."-PJttb- urfk .ordera lot Capital Stock paid lu, la Pwk. credit A, (BLACK. ILER 110.000.00 whore she wUl viait frio'ndfl, .. .., Surplus Fuud .... ,.,. .... 1,20000 We bare In stock the greatest Dob'J; rnjfi The Fronitler Child elf. DenUU -. Saturday nJght. 'A. D. TAYLOR A UIoq of Paints, Oils, Varol&hee ever Tearker Wkat 4o yea uaeentaad UuHivlded Profits, Jess ex472.34 paid .. Pupll- -lt peases nd taxes "SON. earned In Ohio county. If Jn tne by tbe werda "sett deatair was in market, see Hartford Mill Co. be m when some one cemes to borrow Deposits subject to Holbrook Mr-- " iMcHenry 16,334.83 45tf money from father and be says be ta check Loutevilte fv Xe,w days tfie first of the fore .purchasing. sot at boae. FHefeBde Butter. ill Certificates Demand Larkln Ortffin'"is agent for tho fa' week. 00 of Deposit Sat-(sd- mous SpaldlugBteamLaualdryaud tott to eoe the (ball game The Answer. Boat Deposits .. .. 8,670.82 ,vs. Taylor JlcLlfl your lutronago- - This company very Time "They ear tbe Bneses art Eaift Dud, Hartford 00 Certfftod Checks .. , is, well known iu Hartford and speaks happy couple," Minee.v , , "Hut Josea Is a trareHas nan and Caahler checks out- for Itself. Please Jeave your laundry i Mr. J. W. Crane. pf Birmingham, 9 84 24,915.49 standing at residence opposite College- - Will Is very seldoa at ttoeae." Ala,, la the guest qf Mr. J .W. "Exactly." Cleveland Leasee; Due iBanke and Trust Com- call on Monlday inornlagpS ur os 1 iVd-nqjrta- SHOES Friday and Saturday SPECIALS. NOTHING PUTS A MAN ON SUCH GOOD E-S- TERMS WITH HIMSELF AS GOOD FITTING. GOOD FEELING UNDERWEAR. SOCKS. SHIRTS.COLLARS AND NECKTIES. 1 WE'UE GOT THEM FOR YOU. YOU GET THEM FROM US. DONT TAKE Friday days Twenty per cent, reduction Saturday, our entire Ot-cor- s, stock ANYTHING THAT IS HANDED OUT TO YOU. BUT COME TO THE STORE THAT HAS "GOT THE GOODS" WHEN YOU WANT FURNISHINGS. OF COURSE. OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT. these Specials with let many other bargains, and Jtel&Ca CARSON 6a " CO. INCORPORATED. half-penn- Hartford, Kentucky. Hartford Republican. NEW STORE AT BEAVER DAM, KY. J. T. Vinson & Son, Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Millinery, Furnishings &c, in fact, everything from head to foot for men, women and children. The newest and most styles that money can bny and prices to meet any market. Our motto, up-to-da- g. te y. "YOUR MONEY'S WORTH EVERY TIME" vr your business and will use our best efforts to merit it. We want I J. T. VINSON & SON In New Opera House BIdg. 00. 09 00 00 00 , 7l ..... ! , - swt Rus-seUvil- Notes and' B'Hs Rodiscount- ed Unpaid Dividends Reserve for taxes. Bills Payable not Ju- Other Inabilities any of above cludrtl under V heads jsnles SAXON J $395 V l .00 1 By4 Ch 141,587.831 : Total Tkeerlceefa3eSlacl4esTefi,Wlad- State of Kentucky,) skleM, Lame a4 Teelt )Sct. County of Ohio. ) The Saxon meets the demand We, J. S. Smith and L- - C. Brtfwn, for a low priced car that ia both President and Cashier of the above good and good looking. It U a named Bank, do solemnly swear that big car lor tne price, wittr true to the the above statement rooray'.streamlihebedy; beat of our knowledge add bdfef. wheelbwe; standard- - tread; SMITOH, President. J. S. X shaft drive; horse L. C. BROWN, Cashier. power Continental motor of ne Subscribed aud eworn to before T special Saxon design; left drive this 30th day ot June, 1914- - f t 96-jnc- LCorroct Attest: My Commission 30, 1916 Expiree Notary January r with center control A. M. SMITH, , at Publ. and other standard features. Now ia the time to place your order to insure prompt delivery. Murjca. CASTORIA Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S M. D. HUDSON AUTO. CO., BBAVER DAM, KV. , sr rt3WJV!f jersr-Tja- t-- csf.s tkw. air ;mup. 'HE ENFORCED THE RULE FACIAL FOLIAGE. ARE YOU A MATHEMATICIAN? But In Doing It Grant Proved Hit Good Looking For Mother's Spectacles In Then Solve This Problem and Win a Prlte of $2S;000. Hearted Nature. Father's Whiskers. Circuit Court T. P. IllrKbtwl, Tbe Inrgest single prize offered for i In the American Magazine .tames General Grant was 11 kind nnd wnrm Judge, lien 1). Hlngo, Attorney; V. a scientific discovery Is still going Montgomery I'lagu writes an anitinlng 1J. 11. Harrass, P. .Mldklff, Jnller; bearted innn In spite of a curtain Attorney Law begging. open to Clerk j 13. U. Ulrkhcad, Master Combrtismicness of manner. A story that piece entitled "Wlilsfcercnlture." Pol competitionThe prize has been many years. for At first lowing ts an extract: missioner; H. T. Collins, Trustee HARTFORD, KT. General Logan used often to tell Is to Jury Fund; S. O. Keown, Sheriff, "It's a heartrending sight In nnj sight the problem fur n solution of tbe point. Hartford. Doiuitlcs 3. A. Ilmtchcr; Will practice UIb profvalon In rave, this facial landscape pardonlm: which the prize is onered looks no offico deputies Mrs. S. O. Keown mid and adjoining counties. Couunerekas At the time General Logan was wltb from the time that they Innocentl. more dlllicult Hum those with which lOllmoro Keown. Court convenes first and Criminal Practloo a Spocialty. high school students are fnmlllar, bur General Grant at Holly Springs. Miss.. ny nt breakfast. "You forgot to shave 'Monday In February nnd continues HOTELOrAMERlCAN IDEALS General Forrest, Hie Confederate cav this morning, dear!' (It has laUen three many of the greatest mathematician-I- n I three weelis; third Monday lu April, the world have trkd to solrc. tbe alry leader, bad Just raptured a train diys for even tbe rough sketch yon wocKs; third .Monday in October, - tVO WIUI3, In a city where coed bottle of supplies, nnd General Grant had Is. ebow them!) to the drcadmi bsirv.- -t problem inul clien it up In despilr. It Is known as I'erniut's problem your noxious Inspiration. Powhatan, beads the ; abound, the County John IJ. eued an order to his men to scour the of - Judge, V. Court BlanUeimhlp, Wilson, r J'"". "PlCtUrO tllC nerVOUH Strain On till- - Nearly !?00 jears ago Fermat, oiip ClerU; C. .,,ntrir fnr fnnfltr nillr.,1 miltlll In or. Law I l first In.tht burn, of lit r r C. U. Smith, Attorney, Hartford. greatest mathematicians who of Acountrymen, der to get food for his troops. The wife and hibes ns they witness iiii evertbe lived, stated that the equation Court convened first Monday lu each gradual budding (blossoming) and frill HARTFORD, KY. country bad already been swept pretty i mouth. tnynrrzn mild not be satisfied bv clean, and tbe new demands brought ' tlon of the horror. How they sadl Mtfr8. W. II. U.ihhu und C. Quarterly Court IJcejins on the whole numbers when n Is an odd prime good dc.il of hardship on the peuplo watch the he.ul of the house slowly ills a first .Monuay lu ecry month. announw Uuit Uwy luive fonn-- a number different from unity. The probneighborhood". At many of the "PPearlng In a cloud of brambles. of tbe Couu of Culms Com cues first lem may be staled In another way viz ikirUi?cihAi for tliu &'ier;U irr.io-tiSee those outstretched dimpled nrm Tuesday In January and first Tueshomes there were only women, old nynzn cannot be catlstied sobbing ukos. 'Come that of Uw, excAiit crlmliKil nnd dlvor day lu October. men, children and faithful colored serv- and hear thoe when a Is any Integer greater than 'J! back to us. papa!' Other County Officers- - C. S. Mo-locuit!, Mr. Smith btdng Cotuttjr Attorpeople, hungry and withants. These "Isn't jour pride touched on the row The one follows as a logical conclusion Surveyor, l'oilsIHc, Kj., It. ney Is pwveiitod frtn practicing such out money to buy provisions, were when your wife lifts up the door i' D, .No. '2: 'loin lllncs. Assessor. m.ii from the other. Mr. U.LT1K; uJH Individually often forced to apply to the northern In the vestibule nnd UNiw It good The Towfialan n rcfineI, The Academy of Sciences of Gntttn Olaton, Ky.; Ozna Sliults, Superln-tcndeii- t, cellos. and restful. Its excel' army In their distress. Food was al- night on account OfXIc.ti lr Hartford, Dr. A. U. ltlley, .uxH-iv- t such practloa of Its comparative gen, German v. offers n prlre of lOtWKiO lent location on Pennsylvania ways given them If they would take sllklness? Stop, consider, you who marks (about $2..CuUi for proof or this Avenue, 18th and II Street', Coroner, Hartford; T. II. Benton, Hartford Rcpubliam building, Ilnrt-(or- d, makes it a desirable headquarthe oath of allegiance to the United through some Inherited mental weak Hoad Ungliiccr, Hartford. This is the prize that Is K" assertion ters for bridal, couples, tourist States. liartics, ness do not know the difference be- going begging. I colleges. contentions, Schools and JUSTICES' COL ITS. , day a rickety carriage drew up tween right nnd whiskers hesitate' Odo Dr. Joseph Itowden. professor of The Powhatan attracts the before General Grant's headquarters, Why add to the strain ol family llfeV mathematics. Adelphl college, I'd. Shown, Hartford, Tuesday aftrook people of culture and education. and from It.nllgbtcd nn elderly woman Even IT you have provided your wife lyn. asked by the Scientific American Its proximity to Slate, War and er 3d Monday In .March, Tuesday aftNavv Departments, also to many Attorney Law nnd her colored driver. Tbe woman with n vacuum cleaner why multlpl' to state the precise conditions for win er 3d Monday in June, Tuesday aftof historical points Interest, er 3d Monday in September, Tueswas admitted to tbe tent, nnd tbe serv- the cares of a busy housekeeper? nlng the prize, writes that the Acad makes this hotel especially atHARTFORD, KY. day after 3d .Monday lu December. tractive to a discriminating pubant stood just Inside tbe tent flap. Only "Ask yourself If It will add In any emy of Sciences will not consider any lic 1.. A. MplYnnlnt l?fiil.Mififr ASSOCIATED WITH M. L. HEAVIUW a few words were necessary to explain way to the pleasure of any one In the manuscripts sent In. but only proposed The Powhatan offers rooms after 3d Monda In March, Friday matters. The woman's borne bad been family. When your mother has mis solutions printed and offered for sali with detached bath at $1.50, This offico is equipped for handafter 3d .Monday in June. Friday 12.00 and up. Rooms with priravaged by troops, both blue and gray, laid her steel rimmed spectacles does It as monographs. In books ou mathevate bath, $2.50. $1.00 and up. after 3d .Monday lu Seiitembor. ling Commercial l.av and C'ollectloiv nnd she nnd her servants needed food. not make one more place that has to matics or Id mathematical periodicals Friday after 3d Moudnv in lie. Items na well as other legal and llll- Write for booklet with map, Tbe t.oft voiced woman spoke of her be ransacked? Tbe award will not be made until two ccinber. CLIFrORD M. LEWIS. humiliation nt having to beg for food, S. "Men who embark on a career ot years after the publication of the mem Manager. Iacli. Croniwoll. 'i1nii!nv gated matters. Practice lu all tbe o IB after 3d Monday In March,, Wed courts. Prompt and vlgoroua service- olr In order that mathematicians may and added that she made tbe request whlskercnltnre are obviously though' nesday artcr 3d Monday lu June, M. L. Hcavrln's Office. moro for her servants than for herself. less. What man would cultivate wis have ample opportunity to test aud iB. illMI)llMMlMltM-T-rTi"r-PU'olncbday after 3d Moi(day In Sep"I am willing to suffer everything tor tarla chlnensls on his chin If he vlsu criticise the solution. tember. Wcdm-sdaafter :!il Mimi. The object of these restrictions Is to tbe south." sbo said, "but I can't see nllzed himself nt some future breakfast day In Dccemher. having to loop up those vines with save the academy from being Hooded our people starve." y It. C. TIchrtior, Ccntcrtown, with undigested manuscrlps. It will An odlcer who had charge of such portiere cords In order to slide a poach after 3rd Monday In each Attornoy at Law only consider solutions that have stood HAVE YOUR SUITS cases told tbe woman that she should ed egg In without mutilating It?" month. the test of some competent editor or have food If she would sign tbe oath CROMWELL, - KY. Wlnson Smith, Select. Tuesday publisher In the first place. of allegiance. "I cannot do that." sbo after I'd .Momlnv In Mnn'li Tii(I.ii Will, practice his profession In thlo. OBJECTS ON THE MOON. said. "My husband and three sons aro after 2d Monday In .May, Tuesday and djolnlng counties. CoUectlona, fighting under tbe Confederate flag. 1 after 3d Monday Ih August, Tues- Commercial The Size They Must Be to Show In FRANCE IN SOUTH AMERICA. and Criminal Practice a day after I'd Monday In November. thank you, sir. for listening to me." Our Different Telescopes. Specialty. Prompt and vigorous W. S. Dean, Tbe woman turned to leave. General WedDundee, DyeThe Abbe Moreux. director of tbe Its Influence In the Melting Pot of he nesday after the second Monday In service. Grant, who bad been writing at n table Races. Latin Bourges ing March, Wednesday after JJ Monday la one corner of tbe tent, glauced up astronomical observatory of tbe ques France, answers In Cosmos South America is tbe melting pot ot in May, Wednesday offer 3d Monday from his papers. He called to tbe Ladies given In Aucust. Wednesday nfter 2,1 Mnn. tlon. "What Is the smallest object vlsl the Latin races, and the French Influnegro: day In November. ence now seems to predominate over ble on the moon?" "Sam, did you ever bear of Abraham Hell F. ItlCO. Fondsvllln Tnilrn First It Is necessary to know what that of Spain. Italy is well representLincoln?" 2d Hats Cleaned and afterafter Monday In M.itvh nhi,ru.- I AM Is the smalltst angular magnitude that ed, especially In strong Argentina day Tossuh, gcn'ral." L'd Monday in May, Thursthe naked eye can perceive. Expert Brazil seems to be the most polyglot of Repaired. uay aiier .'U .Monday In August, "Do you know that he la. trying to ment, says To do any kind of Veterinathe abbe, proves this to b them all, for here tbe native Portufree you colored people? thirty seconds. In other words, an guese Is mingled not only with tho Work called and Thursday after 2d .Monday In No- - ry work. Horses, mules and vuiuuer. Tassuh, Ah knows It" object thai subtends an arc of thlrt. Spanish and French and English, but n . Ben W. Tnvlor. Hjiliiri l.vl,lnt. cows need not die for want of "Are you willing to taEe sflfes "with BeCOROJB la flrs visible to the naktsi great deal of German. In the south of er 2d Monday In March, Friday after Calls answered attention. Abraham Lincoln to take the oath of S Therefore an object having an Brazil 00 per cent of tbe people sneak u .iionuuy in .May, Friday after 3d Club $1.00 allegiance t,o tbe United States?" day or night. Monday In Aiir-imangular diameter of one second can be German, and Portuguese Is not always Prlilnv nd. ",i Tossuh. gen'ral, Ah's wlHin' ter do seen when It Is magnified thirty times enforced as the language even ot the Monday In November. ttat" 1IAKTFOKD POLICE COUIIT. An arc of one second represents about public schools. O. C. Martin. Judunr Mp nnvif.lt General Grant turned to the officer 6,000 square feet at the center of tbi Veterinary Surgeon Tbe large German colonies here do Hartford Pressing Club, Fogle, City Attorney; J. 1. Stevens. who bad talked with tbe woman. lunar disc. Hence, a telescope thai not affiliate wltb these people as they - Ky. convenes seconxi Mon.uurenui; the oath to Sam," be said, magnifies thirty times will make vN do with the Anglo-Saxo- n brothers ot GUNTHEH BLDO.jCENTKH ST. day In each month. "and give him tbe provisions, bee lble a spot C.000 feet In diameter 01. tbe north. They live to themselves, Uty Council J. C. Her. Mnvnr- - I. that be gets plenty." they retain tbelr own language and HARTFORD, KY. tbe surface of the moon. T. Collins, Clork; J. K. Bean, Treas The rickety old carriage with Its esA more powerful telescope will reveai customs. In Chile, where there are urer. .Mcmuers or council J. C. Ikti-nct- t, cort of soldiers passed through the smaller objects One with four Inches many English, too, the Germans direct Capt. A. D. White. A. U. Pate, Union lines a short time afterward, nperture and it power of 300 will show country. Buenos the education of tbe J. D. Ralph, A. C. Yelser. W. 11. Jaden to the seats with provisions, and objects of i00 feet diameter. Gillespie. One Aires ts close to this Germanic group YOU School Trustees J. D. Dulse, ChairSam, probably thinking less of his oath with a power of 2.000 diameters wil In southern Brazil nnd feels Its In (In The National Weekly man; It. T. Collins, Secretary; Dr. than of the supper to come, grinned reveal details measuring about nlnet) ence, though Argentina seems the most J. W. Taylor, and W. E. Ellis. unified and progressive of the repub from ear to ear as be urged tbe two feet This, howerer. Is theory. It takes n lies In point of literary expression and tolea to a faster gait RELIGIOUS SERVICES. trained and practiced eve to see tine culture. M. E. Church, South Services Until this year French Influence also Is felt in Bra-zll- . details through a telescope. The agltn Tha Profesaor'a Prophecy Failed. Collltr's has betn Treatment morning and evening cveny first nnd Rio de Janeiro Itself was founded, tlon of the earth's atmosphere In While a btudeut ut Harvard univerthird Sunday In each month. Sunsold at $5.50. Noir sity Pbllllps Brooks was walking In winds and currents Interferes terriblv as a refuge for French Huguenots for WEAK day school 9:45 a. m. Prayer mootthe price Is $2.50 ing every Wednesday evening. Rov. the yard one day with a professor, with tbe use of very high powers in though they were afterword driven Bssssssssssssmmmwisssw S"i andnehaesrcurtd LUNGS or B. W. NaploT, pastor. who asked bltn what be intended mak- telescopes. An enlargement of 400 di back. In Paris today one hears that n a concession wherearaeters almost exceeds tbe prartlcu' youth Is to emigrate to America, but Baptist Church Sen Ices morning by e can offer It ing of himself. CONSUMPTION and evenlnc every probablv It Is to Rio that be Is golm: limit It can be used only on perfectlj at a still further iwniui nn,i fnm-t"J am thinking of tbe ministry," Sunday In each month. Sunday school reduction 'in conThere are many French Immigrants, If you mention this paper we will send you clear, still nights when the moon tbe youth. . nection with this. a. "Then banish such thoughts." said high nbove the horizon. This will re- and French Is required In most of the a bottle FREE, by mail a quick relief for nesday in. rrayer mooting every Wed publication. evonlnir. Rev. A. H , vuuus, pallia the professor earnestly. "Your man- veal objects 4.10 feet in diameter, but schools und Is next to the native tongue ...... ...vu, . in chest, night sweats, hemorrhages, weak pastor. Forin Importance In northern Brazil. ner of speech would forever bar you will not show any form or detail. Special Offer to Our Reader Christian Church Services every merly In Brazil Spanish or German Hi lungs or consumption. from being successful In that calling." third and fourth fintulnv ,,t it .. ... LOCK BOX 616 Kecoenizinc the uresi drmaml for ColVat't t ways came next to Trench, hut It I OHIO MEDICAL CO. Many years later, when Phillips Levels of Atlantic and Pacific the new puce, uehaeraadc trrsuccnicalslo COLUMBUS, 0. aid 7 l). ni. Sunday school 0:30 a. in! said that some of tbe states now rerllcr it ami cur on rnsliralioei eecli one jtsr At certain stages of the tide the lev Brooks was one of the world's great Elder Gwlnn, pastor. lor the price ul CoBtr'triopt. Tim i a limited pulpit orators, the most expert stenog- els of the Atlantic and Pacific oceans quire English as the third language SECRET SOCIETIES. cller and mutt betaken advantaveol promptly "iTHiTCHI rapher In England took down one of at the Isthmus of Panama differ mate- and that Brazilians are proud of their Hartford Loduo No. i;ts. v. nmi .. M. mcota eor rially. At Colon tbe difference between English. Christian Science Monitor. What You G bis sermons and .said: flrsf .MniwinK- - ni.riii . CollierV In each month. W. S. Stevens, "Any ktenogrnpber who thinks he high nnd low water Is not much more CtWrr'i i the neie hie. independent, (earlets. m.; uwon nunter, Secretary. haa conquered fast talkers should try than twenty-threInehes. while nt Suspicious. ueeklyol the whete coatr. Not only ieil the Hartford Chanter No. &4 n k s Panama It Is generally thirteen feet Phillips Brooks." Cl eitiirn's band book ssit it is alto Ernest Vlzetelly, who bas publish tmummr (or the whale famltr. Anitnn Ibe meeta every second and fourth Monand at times as much as nineteen feet. ed u record of his experiences durthings that a year's snbscnption Kites arci day evenings, .Mrs. J. H. Williams, The current that would be produced bj ing the Franco-Prussi- a ii war. tells a The Proper Order. J 1000 EdJlnrlJs" W. M.; Jns. II. Williams, W. P-- ; A successful man died not long ago. this condition of tilings In h sea level htury to Illustrate the popular mania Succeed when everything else falls. 600 New. Photos "iffifi Miss Ellaboth Mlllor, Secretary. 250 Short Articles , In nervou3 prostration and female Somebody sa. a hU success was due to canal would seriously Interfere with for discovering "treason" that pievall Rough River Loduu No. 1 HI K'nt-l- ir " likl Short Slon"re weaknesses they ore the supreme brains, n sense of humor and complete navigation, but under the present ar ed In Paris. of Pythias menta itverv 1'nnuil.it- 100 llluelrslrd Festurrs i remedy, as thousands have testified. raugemeut of a locked cnnal the 2 Complete MotsIs fk Ing. Jno. W. Taylor, C. C; "w. R. Ue says that one day u soldier re self confidence. Is obviated. Tho Suez cauul FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND Hedrick, K. of R. & S. marked to a comrade: Fault has been found with the Collier's $2.50) no such difficulty, the difference "1 uin sure tbut the captain ts a traiJlaruord Tent No. M k. i 'p ai STOMACH TROUBLE of this sequence. j Hartford llepubllcan meets every first and tnlrd Thursday is wo ocut medicine ever sold fj Tbe critic claims that self confidence In tide level at Port Said and Suci be- tor." nlghU. R. T. Collins, Commandor; A ing of a trilling nature. New Vork over a druggist's counter. "How's that?" was the rejoluder. abould come first, with brains trailing. E. P. Moore, RecoiU Koojier. "Well." said tbe suspicious soldier, There are six ways of arranging the American. Acmo I.odco No. .130 n "have you, not noticed that every time Ti trio. moots every second and fourth Frl- be orders us to march forward we InAn Old Acquaintance. uuy nignis in cacii month. C. M. Bar-net- t, Whafa yours? Cleveland Plain A resourceful girl, Davlng danced a variably encounter tbe enemy?" Noble Grand;,. W. R, Hedrick. Dealer. pink parry frock to ribbons, took what Secretary. was left of It und nmUe u wonderful Hartford Canin No. 2fi2 w r wr Executions In Europe. Trial by Jury. metitB every second and fourth Methods of putting criminals to death Tbe establishment of trial by Jury lamp shade. The next evening she was nights in DErtNDtD. rr ? report SROCURCD ANDtspert ""J wiuiams, Council each month. Tom datee back prior to tbe time of Alfred entertaining a caller In the soft light vary. ln Europe the imlllutlne Is the rtn uxil patent trade to jm s4tIo, ho )N ebt&laCOUNTRIES. laiMs, Watlace. Clerk. Commander; W. C. a the Great He Is said to have organ- und she said to him quite casually: mode of execution most generally emeirriliu.ei, ALL UcCALI. PATTsrstkiet ised Juries of twelve men. na now In "How do yon like my new lamp ployed., Austria, ,Hol)aqd and I'ortugul Btulnttt dirtct n ilk Watkhigton savtt limf, ,or m Sunshine Hlvo No. 42. i. n menry an J ojm HptUnt. Wk P,f,ct are tbe only other countries besides 'PcltT ana jwactJce, but even earlier six Welsh shade?" meets every first and third Friday fc reUebihtr nearly 40 yeara. "'Sold William regarded It for a moment Great Britain where criminals ore, itist tad InfrfcrvMiit Practics Exclusivity. "'T.cilr Ut) six Anglo-Saxonlehta In" ench month freemen acted as critically, ...,, nt,;u I Canada, or by town In the United StalassnJ tin am. mail direct. More ,.l" ihSi , then be said: 'The last time banged. In Oldenburg they are shot. In any other make. Send lor Uec cauloanils. Jury when there was a dispute be- I Ut Slfstk Street, sesr VsMet States West Oftee, uriiun, i.auy commander; .Mrs. 11. saw that shade I danced wltb .WABrTeNOTON. D. C. Brunswick: tbey are beheaded, aud lu McCALL'S MAGAZINE E. Mlschke, lady Record Keeper. tween Welsh and Saxons. Loudon New Vork Poet Spain tbey are garroted. Loudon TeleKeyBtone Chapter No. 110, R. A. lhlssj th" rnajaalns-railll- on a"'n f"'Inslusble. Let. month. M meets overy tbtrtd Saturday night graph. ireeamakinp, m IlisTry; P'VW' In each month. John T. Moore High .. Imposition. Information Wanted. cllquelte, pood st Onle Priest; W. S. Tinsley, Secretary. "1 don't see why lawyer should get Tear (wnrlR dyuble), Including Ta he? pJltesn! Nobody bas ever explained, scientific Diplomacy. i AMERICAN SOCIETY OF EQUITY. Subscrroh or ...! cally or otherwise, how It Is that oue Imposed on so much." said Kanuer persuaded our husband to Join "You fJ' sWONDEBSTIIf. State Officers President, J. H. man will haul In a nice string of fish wruiuspeu a glee club?" toAeents. Postal br!nEa premium csUlors Princeton, Ky,; Vice Presi"Imposed on!" sod new cash pries offeri. VVddress "Yes," answered Mrs. Biggins; "when In an hour or two, while another, flab-Id- s dent, J. H. Burney, Muhlejnberg Co.; r blm, catches uotbing but an "Yea. Kvery time one gets n kotpiti-men- t he starts to sing at home I can noni , bkiu CO. pa M h. tmsu MW VMM Secretary & Treas., S. B. Robertson, office be says he is compelled to advise blm dot to tire bis voice. aidn old shoe and tbe left leg of, a of Calhoun. Ky.: Orcanlzer. T. if rtni. MKUBYSHIMSUCCaHt T overalls. Das psychology anything to give op a lucrative practice." Wash-lugtowhen be sinus In the club I can t heart main, Hartford, Ky. OFFER: Star. sto with Blade. blm." Washington Star. Members state Executive Board WJUas s kstU Heer.Bseleeee. AtrlslwHl J. W, W sssksroa oar psnuaeat customer. V Ben Watson, Webster county; Plrtle, ANi Dunn, Daviess county; HOnry CURB PrltfCtiaiCskw Cooea Btin Currency. FathsHe Hslpful Word. Nssdod Airing. Ohio county; E, I. Ray, Hardin coun-t"1 "oppose when you left home our When. Mexico waa discovered by tb "Whsfs thn matter wltb your de C. G. Davenportt, Warren county. 1 VAJUSTUa TS TlflLLVt. fatter spoke tbe words of wlsdoca that Spaniards, lu 1519. cocoa beans wen msnded Borrtu hotly. "I've got a right I Ohio Countv. OflCAro R T. Rtnvr. WITH I Wrkt eWarv Mtmthm thlt Pm4r. I tolpaa1 you to make your own way la nsed for currency. The Spaniards found to air my opinions.' haven't XT' ens, President; Henry Plrtle, Sec- tfc world." two and a half millions pounds of "Oh, of course." replied Brightly. a. ju. uenneu. Treasurer. . " J reiary; did. ITe tald, 'Sam, don't com beans In the national treasury. "They're so stale nbd liiusty tbey cer- I SIND IQ.CENTS COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION. .sseeeetssettsessf fast le e4 reeel.e skis TslsssU M back here until you are able to pay tainly need something of that Osna Shults, Chairman, Hartford, e Seais mMs, "I "7 U M B ejUmlee)seei tsalsss eHe A SeeeeTKeaU,Bees, AM Ky. board.' "Baltimore Bun. Press. Buying Stocks. telle S A Uetneeitev BMlWd Se4sw4 Mtat eta. 1. O. L. Terry, Hartford. Ky. Willis There are two ways of buy2. T. J. Brooks, Fordsvllle, Ky. There la nothing so utterly hollow aa ing stocks. One Is to buy outright. Tbe clothing of our minds certainly 3. Ira Bozartb, Olaton, Ky, --eskeBssssssstssssXJBSSsTI'vvss. Glllls-Y- cs: V tdad word that should have epo-fcatbe other la to buy lu ought to be regarded befure that efiu 4. H. O. Autry, Balzetown, Ky, '' yesterday. Evangel. wrong. Puck. our bodies. Steele. am MmvmimS7sX.zXJKWm,t &. js. g, Austin, rrentlss, fI v. j. u, urowB, siocaport, &y. Bljsstimil EPOTFLm DfiWHATAXraU Directory County OHlo vm y fiit) at j& a. Otto C. Martin ilt (to Barnes.& Smith Attorneys at , j cc y, 1 11 ARTHUR D. at KIRK r - Sat-urda- T.WADESTRATTOM Cleaned i Pressed Repairing and neatly done. work special attention. for PREPARED delivered. month. rate per t W. H. RILEY "Ad-gdolct- Hartford, mtiT WILL TAKE OUR Collier's Collins in Club First Time FREE ssBsst h 1 itin i e sl trie 111 er illfll-cnlt- y ..... pie-Kent- $250 in f m ,. ti jy t n -. a. If J?Ii-,y- l"l Slusutr-ereeB- .. ilr SEEDS n It?-To- ledo ESPECIAL f rhiiil n, II "H V I KILLthc COUCH y; THlLUMGt Dr. KincV sort"-Phlladel- phla NiwJOiidbvMy bo eJjjjejejsjejweesrjIi TSeWPwSB HIS CURIOUS FALL ANDREW JACKSON'S FINE. K 3&pNlHjjjjjjjilM Children Cry for Fletcher's years, lias borne, tho Hltnnturo of a,l(l !ias bocu ,,,!ul lcr Ms ,Vnl "l'rvIslon since Its infancy. ,m OI, 4.I,,)'V' deceive you in thH. I m fiilioiisniiil aro fcxprrliuriits tlmt trifles avIUi ami onlanKcr tlio lienlthbut of Clilldrcn-Uxiiurlci- ico Infants and against Uxticrlwenta .JO in uho for over SIX pcr-0Vrfflj- fcs amTt iT ".Tiist-iis-Boo- d" snliHtllnto for Cimfor Oil, ir e, Drops and Soothing SniM. H Is ttleuxtint. IS neither Opium, Morplilno nor oilier Milistaiico. lis jtjro Is Its rtniimitee. It destroys :arcotio "Woriiw mid allays JevcrlslmesN. Tor more than thirty yen- - it lias been hi constant use for the relief of l.titip;ition, Jlutu eney, Vind Colic, all iiiui DIarr hiea. It refrulates the Stomach Troubles and Dowels, J,l,s.s,,li 'l!0S h." r,MM, B,VIS ln'nltliy and natural bleep. Tlio Children's Ianaeea Tho mother's Friend. Part-jiorlTec-thin- Cnisforla Is What is CASTOR I A liarinlcss - I I GENUINE CASTOR A I ALWAYS Bears the Signature f. (2L&tfffl&&u THC The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years CtHTauw COMPANY. TT MUmur STRICT. HW YORK CITY. It Wtdfltd Him Head Down In a 8l(t In a 8teep Cliff. A personal experience of n highly RotiHallanul character In recorded by A. II. SuYUKu Ijindiir In IiIm book "Acrosa Unknown South America:" "Tho forest near the Secutiilury river was at flrxt overgrown with douse vegetutlon that cave us Koud deal of work and extra exertion, hut after that, when wc got ime distance from the water, tin: forest win fairly cleiin. except of course for the fallen trees. We found troiililexonie ravines of great depth where stieatnlets had cut their way through. "In going down one of those dllllctllt ravine I had an ntvltlent that might have heen fatal The ravine, the side of which were nlmo-i- t vertli-nl- , wins very narrow only about ten tnetreH Vt let utintclve down, hold- ncrosi. Ing on to a liana. When we reached tiny hroolc the bottom we found winding lt way between great round boulders that left n space about two feet wide for the water, I began to climb the other side, utid I had got to n height of about thirty feet. In order to go tip tlili steep incline I hatl set one foot against a small tree mid I pulled myself up by a liana Unluckily tho liana suddenly gave way The weight of the load that I had on my shoulders made uie lose my balance so that my body described complete semicircle. I dropped down head first from that height on the rocks below. "Provldcr.ee once more looked after me on that occasion. On 'the flight down I already Imagined myself dead: but uo my head entered the cavity between two great rooks, ngnlnst wblcb my shoulder nnd the load became Jammed, while my legs waved wildly In midair. I was forced so hard against the two side rocks that I could not possibly extricate myself. It waa only when Itetiedlcto nud the new man came to my help and pulled me out that we wore able to resume our Journey. 1 was much shaken and a Rood deal bruised, but otherwise none the worst for that unpleasant fall." 11 11 11 Haw Judge Hall Came to Punish tha Doughty General. When tho war of 1812 was over Yngiti" rumors of peace drifted Into New Orleans, but still Jackson did not feel Justliled In revoking the martial law, under which ho had placed the city. While the city was In this stato STOMACH TROUBLE FOR Majority of Friends Thought Mr. Hughes Would Die, Oae Helped Him to Recovery. Bat FIVE YEARS I this peculiar Incident started. A man named Iiua tiller was tried as being This disa spy and was acquitted. pleased Jackson, ami feeling that In the martial law he had complete command of the city, he, in opposition to tho court, retained I.ouallllur In prison and sent Judge Hull out of the city with orders not to return until It was regularly posted that peace had been declared or that the enemy had left the coast. The following day came the overdue notice olilclally explaining that peace had been declared and that the treaty Upon hearing this had been rutltled Jackson revoked the martial law and set all his prisoners free. Thou preparing to send home the detached militia from Louisiana, Tennessee and Kentucky iimld the greetings mid tleiu unstratlous of the populace, Judge Hall returned to the city. In order to uphold the honor, as It seems of the civil over tho martial government. Judge Hall Issued, on March 21, un order summoning Jackson to court for contempt of a habeas corpus writ and also to state bis reason fot so doing. The next day Jackson appeared lu court In person. Ue held a written protest against the decision which was to be given. Hall then Imposed a flue of $1,000. remarking that "the duty was unpleasant, that he could not forget the Important services of the defendant to the country, and that In consideration thereof be would not make Imprisonment a part of the punishment" The line was promptly paid amid cheering of the crowd for the popular hero. Philadelphia Press. THEY JUST MADE HIM taking other medicines. decided tt lake his advice, although I did not havf any confidence in it. I have now been taking Black-Draug- ht for three months, and It has cured me haven't had those awful sick headache since I began using it. Pomcroylon, Ky. writes as follows: In interesting adI am so thankful for what Black- - Draught has done for me." "I was down with Thedford's has been stomach trouble for five (5) years, and found a very valuable medicine lor de would have sick headache so bad, at rangements of the stomach and liver. It times, that I thought surely I would die. is composed of pure, vegetable herbs, I tried different treatments, but they contains no dangerous Ingredients, and did not seem to do me any good. acts gently, yet surely. It can be freely I got so bad, I could not eat or sleep, used by young and old, and should bf Black-Draught vices from this place, Mr. A. J. Hughes and all my friends, except one, thought I kept in every family chest would die. He advised me to try Oet a package tcday. Thedford's and quit Only a quarter. Black-Draught, 74; JAMES & CO., Pfrst Class Centertown, aUiveryn-ier- i - Kentucky. r S jjyn' Prompt Attention and Good Service. TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, SING. Starck Pianos No Money InAdvauoe Sollnfao-tio- a 1 WEIRD DREAM STORY. aalHf r A TerniH antend LowesitNet Fact ory PricoM EihI cut Saving Guar SI 00 to A of I I STARCK HCtlDtNT $2(inKoc Krom tor' Direct g&5J2& TORSI o-- will ship you a beautiful Starck Plann fvr "" Jay fr o No cjihIi iaymcnt required. All we auk Ij that you wi.l il.iy uun, use nm! tcitJIito llano for 30 iluys If, at ll.o end of that time, i do not tlml It the Mk!k t Ktllde. sweetosf toned fttiil l.HMt tilano In everv war. that vou have ever I wen for the money, you nro at perfect liberty to send tt back, anU we will. In that civni, iay hip iroimu "oui ways, inu biurcK nano mus: m.tKo goou Willi you, or there Is no sate. jt hoirp YVo s.-."'-.- 9fl niVe' !V' 'niw nihil KEE!T? & 1H YOUR QWHJIOHE ir hi. in your Savt $150.00 or Mora We hlp tllrrct to you from our fjtorr, at price, tint satrrou up.ranls of $150.00 In tha imt of jour iijru. w ipurantie to furnish jou a lictlrr piano for the monry thin yw can ntftir1 rlwwlirre. Vou ire auiirol ol rwyivuiif a satisfactory swert toned duullc liljh grid piano. Easy Payments Toil piy no ci.h ilon, but atter 30 ihys of trial, ou cin bcln pa)iufnt on the lowest, raiicit ternn auicoteil by a piano These trrmi are trniicp-- l to ininuUciurcr. ult your vonrcnircY, ami It I . poible for lo lny a tvm for your borne, without mining th" inoavy. , OK.Vee Cssavantaa T.rrrt Starck riacD la uarantttd for 15 ynra. Tbn uartatM ha! Mcst of It our IS year of plans trprrlcnce, ,n. th Trpw titlon of an mfimnUble I" 0. oiarcK I'iayer-Piano- s 2nd Hand largalns Playtf-Ma- plsna bouse. 50 Frit Musk W'r bare constantly on hand a lirre number ui ..i;htly uanf and aecond'hand ptanoa of aU aundard makes taken In chinCT tor nrw Starck I'lanoa The follow. and rlayer-Hanoin( art a few sample htrajalnsi Ltsstnt Wcbcr Steinway Chickering Kimball $110.00 92.00 90.03 lighted with th many features of the wonderful Instruments, anil will be pleased with tha very low prices at which they can be secured. arc atank th? and most beautl nu Vujc. tManoa on ta market .You will be de- ht Her Art Not Appreciated. Varnishing day at tbe ItoyaLaeademy Is always an Important and Interest Ing function. Canvases and panels tbat have been thirsty enough to ah sorb the oil from the whole' or portions of the pictures painted upon tbem have once more the luster of their first painting restored by these Members of tho yeur's banging com tnittee are always at baud un these occasions to consider suggestions nnd Now-Ev- ery complaints about their recent labors The chief complaint wns by a lad) Deliveries made promptly mail us your orders. Prices furwho found ber work had been hung nished on anything in the liquor line. The barrel given away horizontally Instead of vertically. .Un last Christmas went to Ohio county. We are giving another kind friends cautioned her that pons I bly it bad been accepted on tbe horl Two Bores. one away now very shortly. Every quart you buy here either "Well, dear Kmmt, do yon not tblnk zoutal understanding. New York Sun in person or by mail for cash, gets a chance on this barrel. If you have the lucky number you can cash it for $G5.00 The that there is n peculiar .marriage state Why the Bofler Rumbles. with our neighbors? He is always more chances you get, the more likely you are to get the barrel. traveling and .leaves ah bis poor Tbat noisy rumbling and clattering Owensuoro, Ky, wife alone. That must bore her terri- In tbe kitchen boiler atter the gas wa P. R. LRNGHSTER X CO,, bly, tbe poor woman!" ter heater has been lighted, for some "Well, It Is Just as one takes It, Yon time has scared many a woman. The Distributors of "Old Quality," "Premier Pure," are always at home: Unit Is a. still editor of the Monthly (Jus Chut says "Old W. S. Stone." It need alarm no one. as It ls'cahscd b greater bore." Fllegemle Blatter. the exputislou of the water us tt Is from the top of the boiler. The heat Easily Settled. "Pa. the doctor lit the hospital said colder water below, rushing up to ills that be would hare to have a lot of place the expanded witter above, will oftcu cause's coucusslou. utlcle to cure Mamie's burns." ER 68 YEARS' "Well, tell him to telephone to the Bnckbee's "Pull of Life" Northern GrosM XPERICNCC JbbbbbbbbbbbbV-'reputation of AS years of lieu rest drugulst for all be wants and Pedigreed Seeds have Frankness. luccessful seed growing behind them. It pays tsf rhurge It lu the bill." Baltimore AmerTbe Sire What would yon think if alant tha brmt. Seasonable Specialties: 1 told you tbat at your age I uever ican. Ba BEANS. aFsatW disobeyed my parents or teachers? Earliest Red Valentine . . $j 50 Bushel i- . Jj.jj Busliel Kelugee lixtra Early u'd lick me If I told-- . vou The Drawing th .Long stow. New &trinrle$s Green Pod . I3.70 Bushel Nashville Tvntie Hnkitx I once saw an Egyptian what I thought. Wardwell's Imp. Kidney Wax i jo Bushel LaaattHIMri 'bade Marks Davis New White Wax . . 4.73 Bushel smoking an Egyptian tciBttrftte. I'okus seettu. Currle'a Rust rToof Wax 14 50 Bushel DCBiona -- I'm a better liar than you are. I V c PBAa rPrmT-a - ' Copyriohts mar crlntlqn Great id, a. Extra Early Alaska . , , $3.50 Bushel once saw a Turk taking a Turkish sending aasien nna l"Jro au wiiMner New Early Gradus . ... . f 5 50 Bushel Interested Party You say this boat tuitli. Judgti ornmuniralllMtltlAM liorsford'a Market Garden . sijw Bushel on raianis liupossl uonsairicri7ru,IUUM,,"IM".n',,ul"ww,Vl; xsiua. . cannot upset? luvfiitor-I- Ps Buckbee'a Lightning Express fcoo Bushel wonof ast Co. recalrs tnnjuah Mann Die. The tanks are filled wltb righting Lattue.' aUaUk. Toawso and a full line at fatouts taaen noa The Mlaalng Cog. , eeds, Plants and Bulbs at lowest growing prlcta. aaxrlal notut. wii ww m m Kxprehi. alo Stranger-Up- ou Send for complete catalogue or submit a list at what plan ara your tour teaulrenunta and uill auote brtecw' sliiW-CW- I. . : city Institution's conducted? Cltlxea-- A Buy direct Wpm tha rrowtr sa.v mobst. Vlrtue baa many preachers, but few Laratatafr. Ahals.1omelrllliMiwalT. W.l.liul.it' KJ, loo thla papaav sort of Irt- - tleorve do It nyntetu 1.. .WW. Nation ofsnr Munuaj lorniiL. IsjfslMwaSMtors. Turtyrs. Ilelvsrflua.without say Ueorge.-t'ui- -k, months. i foor P. A. STARCK PIANO CO., To rrory purchaser of Starck Pis no., we givo free music lrsaons. In one of the bnt known achooU la Chicago. Tbeae lessons you ran take fa your own home, by null. This rrprearata oni years irea instruction. Plan Starck second-han- 95.00 195.00 bargain list. Send for Our latest complete Send today for our new beautifully Illustrated piano book which fires, you a large amount of Information regarding pianos. This book will interest tad please you. Write todsy. Isok Fraa sendoff be formulated the plan of sending free tickets for boxes to the prcsl. dent, tbe cabinet members and other men high In social life. That won't do," one of his newspaentrance hall, and she awoke with a per friends told him. "Too common. great start. After awhile she com- Do something picturesque. Why don't posed herself to sleep again, and she you go after Mr. Wu, tbe Chinese mln dreamed she dreamed that she saw istcr? If you get him be will bring the butler, with a knife In one hand down a lot of other diplomatic people." Scanlan fell for tbe proposition and Hiid candle In tbe other, on tbe mid dle of the staircase, and she awoke! called at tbe Chinese legation. "What sort of show is this?" asked with a great shock. She got up. She thought she could not be quite well. Mr. Wu. ' "It's a comic opera." replied Scanlan and she took a little sal volatile. , At "Any good' Jokes in it?" last she felt ttStccp again, nnd she Scanlan said It was full of good dreamed she dreamed that she saw the holler, with n knife In one band Jokes. "Tell me some of tbcm," commanded and a candle In the other, standing at her bedroom door, and she awoke In a Mr. Wu. Scanlan did so, and Wu got such a great terror, mid she Jumped out of bed. nnd she said, 'I'll have an end of series of laughs out of them that be this; I'll have an end of these foolish sent for his whole establishment, num people, and made tbe bering thirty-twImaginations.' "And she rushed to the door and embarrassed Scanlan tell them all over threw It wide open. And there Just again. "Now." continued Wu. "are there outside stood the butler, with a knife In one band and a candle In tbe other. any good songs In this show?" And when be suddenly saw Lady Ver"Tbe show had so many good songs." non In ber white nightdress, wltb ber declared Scanlan, "that we bad to hair streaming down ber back, be was throw some of tbem away." so dreadfully frightened that be "All right," said Wu. "Sing me Borne dropped tbe candle on tbe floor and of the best" rushed off down tbe staircase and off "I sang tbem." said Scanlan, telling to the stables, where tbere was a horse the story afterward. "But that wasn't ready saddled and bridled, on wblcb so remarkable. I bad to sing 'em be meant to have ridden away when Tbere were tblrty-twChinamen to be had murdered Lady Vernon. And make me sing 'em. Tbe amazing part be rode away without having murdered of tbe thing was that all tblrty-twof ber at all, and be was never beard of them came to see the sbow tbat night'' again." Popular Magazine. 11 o o o The Startling Vision That Saved the Life of Lady Vernon. The following dream story is told In "The Story of My Life." by Augustus J. C. Hare. The story was told to Mr. Uure In Rome in 1ST0: "Lady Vernon dreamed that she saw tbe butler, with a knife In one band and u candle In the other, crossing the When Scanlan Wooed Minister Wuand the Chinese Officiate. When W. J. Scanlan was In tbe show business he Invaded Washington on one occasion with a brand new comic opera. In older to give tbe piece a One OUR CLUBBING PATES. $1.3 The Republican and Louisville Herald 1.76 The Reptblican and St. Louis 1.60The Republican and Home and Farm 1.75 The Republican and 3.60 The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald .3.50 The .republican ana uauy uwensDoro inquirer O'boro Messenger 1.76 k The Republican and 1.75 The Republican and Kentucky Farmer The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. 1.30 1.60 The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer The Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.50 Globe-Democr- at - Twice-a-Wee- Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN. 18M Stank BM.. CUCAGO X We are Shipping Whiskey Ky. 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He knows the Ford not Is tho quaintest 8'guro in Mexico's quaintest town, Cuernavtifa, ca to'd only saves him dollars but serves him best. a use By by Ituwell Hastings Millward In a be food more articles It's a better car sold at a lower price. comunication to tlio Natlomil deSociety, nt Washington: home, all readily made Five hundred dollars Is tho price or the "This llttlo girl is ca'icd Queen of economical, adding licious, runabout; the touring car is five fifty; the tho NeiUle," writes MMlward. "The Bucklen's Arnica Salve for car seven iifty r. o. b. Detroit, complete menu. and Cuts, Burns, Soros. natives of tho village wJJJ tell you equipment. Get catalog and particulars from Mr- - E. S. Lopcr, -- arilla, N. Y. V that no cleverer Mexican liUa.i Pastry Cook," The" Royal Baker and The writes: ''I havo never had a Cut maldou iias over ibeen known. containing five hundred practical dlmlnutlic dolls she makes, both in Burn, Wound or Sore it would not receipts for all kinds of baking point of coiistructlun ai(il design, lire heal." Get a, box or iBuck'ons Arniand cookery, free. Address Royal ca Salve Keop handy at all the most remarkable in the .wor'dBaking Powder Co., New York. operat'on of making con- fines for Bums, Sores, Cu.s. ounds. (INCORPORATED) ''Tho Lock-jaw-. 23c at your Drug sists in forming a tiny Irani owork Provcnts KY. m of an gist, of w'ro baroly three-fourtinch in length and winding the ityuc with many turns of silk thread. ley were mombors of a party of volAfter the frame ha3 been properly WHO KILLED TECUMSEH unteers detailed to start the Ind'ans formed it is ready ifor Vlresslng. The out of the woods- - In a haad-to-Jiiclothing is cut acording to the charSTILL A LIVE QUESTION j combat Whitley killed two Indians, acter of the doll acid fitted craefully EVEN BREAK WITH EQUALITY. 'By batting Withraw at opportune being killed by the Bocond one, who about the small figure. Tho most stages Hartford defeated Equality shot just &a he d'd. Spunr later rework, that of embroidering, is Louisville Man Credited With covered Whitley's body ai)U also took then begun. With a needle that can at Eoist End P.irk Saturday 11 to 5. In the bodies of the two Indians he scarcely 'be hold in tho f'ngers una The camo was marked by good and Shot That Got Old Indian kiMed. The second one, he sa'd, was rhe finest of silk threads, Various yfalh fielding on both sides, practi ldentif.etf by Gen. Harrison, w ho know designs are actually embroidered on cally all the scores bolng tho result Chieftain. h'.m well, Wj bo'ng ,tlmt of Tecum- tihq clothing, and so cleverly is the of clean hits- Two fcutimjj were the J uutiyv-1,..'.fielding of Cundiff and Welsh. Welsh seh. work executed that even through a , and B'ankctiship startikl for Hartford ls Oklahoma City. The renewal pf the Tecumeeh's name is .preserved in powerful, magnifying igla&s tho l controversy as to who killed Tccum-se- Oklahoma In the 'name of the county of the dc.l'gn ttyipear to be perf- with Wlthrow and Thorpe doing tho a 4JjkUUiuuijt; where i;uuutj the famous Indian iwarlchlcif, BUL,yL After ;Mresslng tho figures it battery work ror the visitors. How-: a'bjirid of Siu(wnee Indians, led by ect-necessary is tins fact thai; Tecumseh vca't-e- d to add the hair, and ever, toward tho latter jxart or the 'Blankonshlp .was lit on the graudsoou; Wapameapto, Oklahoma when iho (was trying to iTecuiuseh's what Is undoubtedly an example of contest ; knee by u swift foul and iwals forced orsqnlae Ills vast confederation, em- better known n Oklahoma as Big the tiniest and most marvelous many years. Kansas C'ty bracing all of the Indian tribes of the Jim lived known is then performed to retire, Il'ckard taking his place. . Grc-a-t lakes, Mississippi Valloy and Timesoa each .doll. Even to the 'details of Later Welsh replaced iCundltr at short, he Cundiff, donning the mask i: religions, with which he You're Bilious and Costive. Gulf Coast the braids and ribons, the work is Rtckard climbing the Jiiouud- - Very few wijp endeavoring Jo chock (ihe ourward Sick Headache, C:jd Breatli, Sour completely carried out. The eyes, nose errors were chalked up rgalnat eithj or jtho whites and .to prevent Stomacli, Furred Tongue and march moutl hands and feet are then forme the establishment of any further and tho doll ts ready to bo placed er team. Umpire iVig Morton. clogMean Lver and Bowela wh,Hc settlement in She iliddle AVest- - ged. Clean up Gat a 23c on fiile In ,the village shop. It was. an Me spring of 1811 that bottle of Dr. King's New Life .Pills to 'On account of their dai'ntlncss, exTecumseh camo to Jho village of the day and empty the stomach and bow quisite cu'.loring desn mo workman Osage chief, Clermont, inear the (hi- els of fermenting, sassy foods and ship, these .dolls find njt all t'mes storic Qlaremore moutid, in Rogers Co. waste. A full bowel movement gves a ready sale at the ridiculously low by h a a satisfied, thankful feeling makos price of thirty-fiv- e Oklahoma. He was dacnipaiii'-ccents each. But brother, "the iProplict." The latter you feel fine. Effective, ,yet mild. two hours are required to make each is described as 'liavign .been a man Don't gripe. 25c, at your Druggist. doll, iso it can reajdily be imagined of commanding presence and an just how rapidly tQie work must be Bucklen's Arnica Sa!ve for Burma. orator, ypt co profound ,was the done, although tjie finished product impression uiado uiou the Osages by Dreaming to Ordw. shows no signs other than thci3e of Dreams can be made to order by oat artistic 6kill and extreme patienco. the wowlfl of Tccunioch thaiL tluy scarcely notiodd his brother, "the sidere, but not by the dreamer. Yell By wo.rklng otoaflily for ten hours, the "Fire!" in the ear of a sound sleeper Prophet," at all. $l-2may be ea,rned. So conor allow a sudden draft of cold air to sum of Tecumacih. was an dmpass'onod stantly has this l'ttle maiden usdi play on the back of his neck and he and it was ropcJrtwl at the time will dream to order, but he can't go to her eyes that ehe is beglning to !cse that the Jiatural ay.mpathlqs of the sleep with his mind made up to dream her eyesight. Osagea went out .to hint. However, of any certain thing and then actually "Miniature roses aro embroidered BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY. a'l cf it'hej deal'ng3 lud Ibeen with dream of It. In spite of this fact, books on the dresses and hung about the the French traders from St- - Louis, are sold in Europe which tell what one shoulders or the dangling-gir- l Hoi's. by whom they Jiad always been kind- must do in order to dream the lucky Orntrniqnts are arranged In the hair TTo4rv. in the lottery. number ly treated. Those itraders were, all and the tiny limbs are formed in CUNDIFF DIGGING UP A HOT ONE. with Equality and his work was en- loyal Americana at tiajt time, bo tfliat graceful ami lifelike attitudes of tlrely satisTactor'. Has Your Child Worms? the iwo'ght of their (influence was dancing. Thexco3tume of the imattlior Sum'day Hartrord returned tlio above Most Children do. A Coated, Fur- doll is gaily against Tecumseji and Jnfc ambitious tmbroldered in colors game at Contcrtown and came out tho Tho Hartford players were well red Tongue; Strong Breath; Stomach and its ha'r dreUsed doaJns. Tho Osagcs, jthoreforo, in Sianidli stylo, niajl ond iby. tho close score or 6 to pleased with their treatment at Pains; Circles under Eyes; Pale Sal- Including the conventional cue. to. join Tecumseh. The 5. It was n, battle from start to finSunday. Complexion; NervouiJ, Fretful; flower-gi- rl Tocunisch was probably the most low dolls are provided with ish and at tlio end af the tlmt hair Are nice to record the Ind'an or wham history Griijllng of Teeth; Tosalng jn Sleep; sniaiJi baskets woven or rine hair, or die ninth Hartford aparcntly hs(d remarkable Plummer (was ''sorter ipoeyed" be takca apcount. His twin brother, "the-- Peculiar Dreams any pne of these rilled with riowers pt variegated col- tho game sewed up. The homo team passing changes in little cause his foot appeared to such enora ors- It is diricult to believe eliat hu- got Prophet," whose name was Tensqua- - indicate Child has Worms. Get off to a two run lead and for mous IJjnienakMiQ in a cartoon last fuces and big ones. hji man box of Klckapoo Worm Killer taw claimed 16 have ibeen inspired hand3 could have fashioned such several innings the score stood 2 to week. We gave him a dope, tho, and by a message from the Master W orice- - It kills the Worms the cause wonderful lltle figures. The first flolls 0 in their favor. Tho vialtors, howLife, jn which ill of the 'Indians of your child's conditipn. 13 Laxa-wer- e of this kind made by Is&lbcl iwero se- ever finally managed to tie tho fcooro he went away contented. the cured by several or the (royal tam1- - on directed to band ithenisuvhU to- -, tlve and aids Mature to expel hits by Cundifr, A- - Uarnett aid Sporting iWriter. Hunter Is oa a You ought to have good Suppit in candy form. 11(13. guther to'resfct the- - further advance Worms. Johnson.. Equality camo back with strlko ths week- lift children to take. 25c white eottlomeuta. Tccuuiseh mot Easv of "A German traveller criticised the another and until .tho first or tho portraits made at least only toCievU and adopted his broth-- , 1""? Dniggist. dolls one day, and told the llttlo In- ninth it woo ia their favor 3 to 2. onceTa year. pulled he clasrfost Bit or Cundiff er's tcach.ngs, but "his owu (magnetdian maiden that Jn Gemritnyj Ithey In tho f'rst of the said ninth after rielding' c Notice. Been tartsfor many ic and .pe,riuasivo oloqucuce gt;e to had fleas rully dressed and trained to Taylor and RIckard wcro out, E. Ka.r-ne- tt a day Sunday. A hot roller bourided There's a Photographer Hereafter, this paper will charge perform most them an added force aud influence- wonderful feats. 'Yes,' 'walked. Elgin Hat ito r'ght and off Talylcr's shin and l'ke a flash tho 5 cents per line for ail obituaries, , . w in Hartford Tecumeeh always Mlsputed the vashe anawenll, 'I remember my father Plummcr, equal to the qoetasion lilt lidly of (fhc treaties by which the in advance, and 5 cents per Hue for telling how those trained fleas were a screaming doubfe E- - Kanictt and short stop racod over, grabbed up tlio horse hldo and bhrow the runner Govenimcut had purchased tho laud all church notices except for church sent to ycur country from MeVo. Elsln scoring. Cundiff scored Plummer out at first, a la big league style. services, and also for cards of thanks,, We of Ohio and Indiana from the Indians cannot dress tho, f los-l- so w.'th a, neat single. A. Barnett He cla'nuiJ thai hoy were not IMml-in- g In adopting this rule wo are only as the dol's, however as wo tan doublod to rjght, tho throw In hold Hartford will meat. Taylor Alines follpwlng tho samo plan of every oth-e- r upon tjw Indians for the reason not make themtud still long enough ing Cundifr at tln'rd- SeUa, catching nt Qst Eud 1'ark Satui'day and at local paper In Kentucky. that only Jha chiefs Hud entered mtu I supese she added, natlvejy, 'you in place or Blankcuship, filed to left Taylor M'ncs Sunday. Tho ganio Cioro euch agreements, the wtn'oia not can mako fleas stand btal! as Jong as eiid''ng the rally. Score 5 to 3 In favor will ,bo called about 2:30 or 3::00-Th- THE BEST UNDER THE SUN being ocusulttd at all, having t'aus ! you like in Germany." or Hurtrord. Equality thou utrailiied prob&blo line up and bati'j'ng I advocated the kloctrino of a practi'aall efforts and ran Jn three more-ThPlumnier, referendum lo.ig bofo.no tho whito For Infants and Children. Headache and Nervoueness their bases wcro rilled on a h't, a order for Hartford willA.be:EUrcie-tt- , I. f.; CundJr, men of America over dreamed of suoh Cured. Ess Kind You Have Always Bough hit hy pitched hall and an error. Johnsoii, 3d.; Welsh, U I.; BUnk-ensh- 'p a Saturn. "Cliamberlaln'a Tablets are entitlJohnson wJosled thru jtilio crowd and c; Hickard, p.; Koowi, substiTho llutlo of Tippecanoe, wlivoh ed to all the praise I can uUo them," r? ink", Bears tho Urown's h'gli foul- - Then tute-Taylor J4 kceum;d about ffx montlJj atter '.vri'ies iMra. IUoliard OIp, Spencerport. Signature it was that tlio aeroplane struck the vjsit to tho Osages, nvdly N. Y- - They havo cured me of head balloon. Addington hit to Cui.Uiff whe Minos wljl'havet tho btrons-espoiled pill of his pla.us for a cotkfed-eratio- n ache and nervousness aud restored mo fielded the 'ball perfectly, niid Btarted lino up obtainable Saturday. Don'o For Sale. to my normal healtti." For jsale by to of the Indian tribes. Ilu tuu to second tor a double: but rail to see this big same. to ;abor for tliat cud until the Good Tarni In Ohio county, near all dealers. auo'ng second uncoverod ho trlAi to outbreak of the War of 1812, when ho Barnctta Crook church, containing beat .the runner himself. Failing in OTHER GAMES. twpouicd the causo or tho Britah aud 120 acres, all In cultivation except Master Commissioner's Sale. this lio shot to first to catfeh AddingTaylor Mines defeated Mvormoro C acres. Good dwelling, barn ivrp vounuiUiiouod u Brigadier GenOhio Circuit Court, Kentucky. ton. The' latter collided ,w Elgin at Ue Uu:ter place Sunday in aa old In good repair. eral in (the anuyof King George, il's and all on first aud ho bill weut to the time slugging match by tlio acoro Eddie Dibble, Plalntirr, ir career eiwled wth Ws (death at tho Well watered aud in tho oil belt. For vs. fence, three mon scoriaig. The Mart-foit- d 14 to 13. These teams will meat at Battle of thames, .when ho was wttll terraa and particulars apply at this Ex parte, Defendant. Of course if we Blmply talked - Taylor Mines SuiiWay, July 12. tcum protested up the last ruaiu tho prime of dlfe. being then about oluCa uak.njstt & son, Agenw "Bxrti" ypu .would bo dustlfleU 'u By virtue of p. Judjrmont and order acr took two hoses oa the iiasaod 45 yeans old. not Giving mo your trade on jpoad or sole of the Ohio Circuit Court, kill, but sonioono had jiogjoctod to Indigestion. Cured of The Ileiirrow 2d team .playM jthelr ColR. M. Johubon, of iWwlMe, hut I ruuoguSzo 'uxt in those jjtTuu-ou- s Mrs. Satilo P. Clawuon, Indiana, rendertU at the April term, 1914, in inforuf Umjino aiorton of the ground rirt.t g.vmo of tliio ooason ' with the Ky., has always ,leen clveu tlio urodlt Pa- - was searchlight days II with indlsostlon. the above cause for tho purpose of ruita mi to the pa&Bod (ball and a Horse Dranchlst ttm and defeated bother for kiii'ng 'IVxcmih, uud was clouted ,".My stomach pained sno u'ht and dividing the proceeds resulting tliere-fro- question arose. However, jTUt some thorn 2 to 1. Tiwy iwUl moot the 2l WE MUST MAKE GOOD. Wcq PmddPii, or tho United States (lay " s:io writer. "I mould feel bloatand costs herein, 1 will offer rrJendly d'scuaslon the Equality fal- team of Uab Roy iu tho laeur fu n I83C ?wge)y oa f.ho utivn'gth or ed and huvQ Uie headooiie Vou know good Ftidd whoa you boo , ail bellch-H'-i- for sale by - Public uction at lows acted vory squarely witfi the ture. that recoHi, tw. the claim is now It us well as I do, hut you will oover jk- after eutiug. I alao buTexed from tho Court House door la Hartford, visitors and seat tho nrunor back to hy Dr. U. - S;urr, or Lexing- couutimttion. My daugJvter Jiad Ued on Monday, the Cth day of July,191-thltxl. Elgin hi-to retire from tii Scad tlio )esults of your baU games know Hiftti I carry such on excellent ton, Ky. wbp n&ys that according to Caauberla'ii'B QuiJHy unless you iot me Bbow you- Tables And they did ojtiout one o'clock p. m, upon a credit g.uno, Taylor going to first wnd to the Sporting Editor Itapubljcan, tjie Mory toW it his uucle, Jticlmrd her uo mucth good (to second. The that tsho gave me of glx aud twelve snontLs, too fol- 'iUkcr" IloVi-ttwir- i Siuir, u ;iurvinui- - or ho famous bat-tit- -. u fow Uoaea of them and Insisted up- lowing described properly, t: uuxt uuui up hit to dwp s'xwad and It was Col. WMUam Whitley aa'd on my trying theja. Tiey hAxed cw A cortaiu Jot or jArotlof Jarjd bolus the wlmi'ug run crossed over. John-nTh Produce Merchant nut Col. ho killed Tecum-w- na noh!njc elae haa daoe-- For tele and. lying lu tho town of Uockport, FOR FLETCHER'S The vklwr farurr pd (Cpl. "Whit- - by all deiilen). HARTFQRD, - KENTUCKY Vig Mortou uuvpirtd bph Ohio cpuuty, Kfiatuckj, tuul fcucf.vn aos Insures the most delicious and healthful food C This is the of Royal Baking Powder the may of great many healthful, at much and attractiveness to the variety as lot No- 39, as shown on town plot and boumded as follows: Beginning at & stone on High street, S. W. corner of John ClKbertson's lot; thoiico South with High street, 60 feet to a stako; thenco West parallel with Churoh.. street 160 foot to a stako on Pln0 strcctr thence North With Pino street 60 feet to a stake, Soutfi-we- st comer of said Culbertson's lot No. 7; thenco East with Culbortson's lino to' the beginning on High street, or surricicnt thcrcor to produco tho sums or money ordered to be made. Tho purchaser will be required to executo bontd wJth approved socurity immediately after sale- This 16th day or June, 10U. ERNEST E. BIItKHEAD, Master Commissioner. C. E. Smith, Attorney- - ' Bank the balance. The difference between Ford cost and heavy car cost is "velvet" for - to-da- BARNES AUTOMOBILE CENTRAL CITY, CO SPOmfNEWS daf-ric- LOOK HERE! do-tai- h, Now is the time to get the JOHN DEERE Wagons, Buggies, Cultiva- liailr-dressi- - Iryil-gestio- n, elo-quo- nt tors, Mowers, Hay Rakes and Hay Presses. Also Hercules Buggies. I Don t forget that we can furnish you the best binder on the market. Come and contract with us, so we can have the machine here in time so there will be no delay when the : time comes to use them. Buy your I implements from the dealer that has i practical experience and knows the i implements to select. 01-t- WILLIAMS & MILLER,! U Cea-toro- KM III! t t BUT fr , com-plqte- ly SCHROETER. - CASTOR A Z&$fm3i s.; I 3t teJu-tlnu- ! - m y) 1- , to-rt- h. " Children Ory CASTOR! A W. E. ELLIS t -- w w tm m w.m )i tttmm m i. v Jy tfr i 1 fl - - Va-- -. - fy4r