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Camp will break Friday about nooft and tho boys Willi bo back homo Bai- tut'Jay morning- - Somo' of tlio bo), havq beoa )icar.d to say tliat Hartford court 'ouse would certainly look good to thorn. Of courso tliero aro other places there that wijl look goci OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, JULY 10, 1914. conduct of legislative bods and of Mr. Bockliam's campaign." Mr- (llsc-upsln- f A A. f A 1 this Stanley, utter pjiac of his contentions nt length, ENCAMPMENT NO Mr. Williams, who was a ncm!bcr BREAKS LOOSE tunned his attention to uomo of the or Congress years ago, Is u Jawyor, "Why do the. LexStato nawsiiapors. and was appointed to tho diplomatic ington Leader, Tlie LousyiJlo Herservice from Massachusetts. He is a Uhc Evening Post," ho askald and Minis- c'oso friend of Secretary Bryan- Mess Show Up Well Along Enemies in Lou- ed, '"peek Mr. Beckham's (nomination Williams Resigns Rakes His too. and my Hofcot? Either bocnuso tflwy Athletics in Ottoman Empire. Corp. Hawkins and Prv. Stewart to Greece. ho foej assured that, If nominated, With Others. Speech. isville The modern athlot'c spirit is givwijl remain in camp for a day or two 1h defeated, or because they find will ing foro'gn missionary forces p, now after tlie otheifs leave o.as'&t la In him nnd in Iris aHiocIatcs Urn ugnatlvo the. final work of "breaking camp" Republicanism under Pet of Secretary Bryan Aroused clianncl of approach to the wej.1 ly attributes of as Hard Times Shown in Commistudent character abroad, as of Double tuo c jtivorfnot mask of Democracy." SOME OF THE BOYS. Accuses Beckham developing oound health (id inspirThe Ire of President Ills attention upon Ho Uiqn centered No ssary Department ing amb.'l'.on, says jtlie Boston Globe- Dealing Talks About The Good Old Days. Evening Post and Its editor, Uio Un a lettor from a cojlcgo in TurWilson. I to ask Serious Illness. Richard W. Knott- "Were Those who are fond of raving ovef Dick Knott. key tho writer describes an InaiUent tonight." ho paid, "who n al) Kenthe liappy days of yore and criticwliich readily appeal to sporting izing acrimoniously tho present per' tucky lias been tho most Inveterate, blood anywlicre. He saj-sand Washington, July G. Formal antho most cruel, thu mast raise TJ10 Kentucky Brigade of Guals-mej- i turbed times for their Burplus of '11- "Wo had a b'g indoor athJoc meet Unrestrained denunciation of former j,ornciOU3 f that Democracy 't ewr nouncement of the resignation of who pre encamped at Bluegras Judged lcgis,aT'on may Uerlvy Bomet gym last Week day students Gov. Beckham, Percy Italy nnd Sumliad tho n8W0r ,Woidd cotno bpon-- j Gcorgo Fred Williams no Minister lu tlio vprsua boarders about 200 on each Park, near lxilngton, Ky., are suc- consolation from a perusal of tine old I campaign Beckham's Shackleford, noougiy 0Very Democratic to Qrccco and Montenegro was mode from blue laws of Now Haven, which ar side. The meet Included marching, cessfully carrying out the. programme . -i ... uiuu.svjp, iuiu wen nnou, una 1.110 t,ouwvii: late tolay at the State Department. cjJtjgiiiiS and oil the regular eventa. ncari 83 uraangicd by tho regular army of printedjbelow: itor of tlio Louisville l'ost, inarKea Evening Post. No knan can ojuposfc iSecrotary Jlryau issued th's staae-me'No ono fehail he a free man of "My boys sang Mardi, March, on ficers In charge. Tho camp ios aton of Congressman A. O. any form of corporal or political jLliu address without oonrmont: vote unLeaa ho is converted I Uio ivalley of Elkhorn Creek with a have a "Mp Williams requests Secretary Down tlio Field,' to words which Stanley, candidate for tho Democrat- Iniquity wtfvout arousing the wrath splendid amusement pork at the en- aUl amombor of 0110 of the churche lv's improvised, and auoicr to the tune Bryan to tender o the Pres-dent- . ic senatorial nomination, at tho of Kichard W. Knotty trance to tho camp Ground- - Greater allowed in the dominion. LouWUIc Moillay resignation us Alnstcr to Greece and of 'A Hot Tllmc lu tho OVJ Town To- facilities exist here for the amuse Theatre in Turning to Ins vponcnt, Mr. Stan"No food or lodging shall be of Moutouegro. He Bays tho reason for night.' Tho cheering would make any ment of the ..boys than at any previ- fered to a heretic. ilght. Tho bitterness of his attack ley called Beckham a political s'j. up unid take no- crowd upon "uuo men, apjiornUy, was No one shal cross; a river oa tatf the his reslgnaion Js that io cannot pom-.j- .' .Anitincan and Mr. Hyde "dry In ous encampment' wheh Oomipariy m meat moii.tlio Bituaifon in Albania as licealuj wct in &'0. only by thopajDurcos. of ai H has participated and at night many Sabbath day but authorized clengyimTn. &&. 'Thq last event was tlio m;Ho run remarkable vocabulary of JuvoclUw ' ommualtieB wJlcro ''No ono shajl travel, cook victu ar0 unitad hi would like under tlvo rttstnuti't :ni- frol licking stunts aro pulldd off by &ldo lx P8' eo. ConceniHig Oov. Mercury. ,his pth- - affa.ingt ,r,c g pt intoxicating Jl- - inod hv his dntamatic nosttlon. oiJd the. boys n lahakl. However, a BtJrong al, make bods, swoop houses, )sut yB Y K ' cr diuiiviv tur uj..ihwuu...w,, quo;n, --Mr. Bocknam Is a rantankor- - tha he does mot fool that be han"and prove guard at night is constantly &alf or shavn on the Sabbath (lay. had nothing to Bay. nuthparnldlni? Hob- - con5o'cntlou3ly keep silent with tho 58, boarders 50. You should have on duty and pravents (any of the vip- 'No- one shall kiss hda or her chil niw nmhllmnntt. ' Stanley charged Mr. Beckham with g01 ia h war unon tuo demon rum. I knowlcdgo which he has of what is heard my to?k to thciao boarders. It nt dsanonstrations of 'Uiq tooya ' dren on the Sabbath or footing days. was 1'ke a preliminary to a Hantard-Yal- e beJug hypocritical in h's attitude up- - . ,,,, m,,.t.i.ln nountlfM hr nsur being done. wh'oh used .to mark every encamp- The Sabbah day shall ibeg'n at snu-s- et pamo- Jry- - Ul0 1)CpIo on the Jiquorquosttoji.nndwitfi H3 says he considers the Buccost3 ' Saturday. ment. Uut hJ would rather do'The race started atid those tbjrOe ing to. obtain tho influonco of tho Btroy ono toarroom 5(UBn (o be a of the President more 'raiwrtiiint "Whoever 'wears clothes trimmed (rhere aro thiroo regiments of In q to the world than all of tho efforts of follows wro never passed. PandemonInterests of Loifullo at'Uio alor. lu tuo j we hoar with cold, silver or bone laco abovff ium broke loose during the last four fantry, two companies of regular amq tin that b to prcBch'ng pro- - fc,vert suscatlon t,bat to Mr. other men, and does not wdsh to throe hands and a field hospital with 1 shilling per yard shall bo presented in Uiq country. He ppoko of .liani and SIr Beckiiam alone him ot)l wishes to thank him' laps and when the pepre board at one a total of 2,260 men In camp. by the grand Juron3 and .the selectmust Mr. Knott as a "alnstcr servant for tho consideration wiliich has poen end "of the gym road: Final Cardlook for salvation against fduty is similar to that men shall tax ,tho esate 300 lbs (or The routine ers 59, Uay boys 60' iwe had as iflns who. houmlded Wlllllam Go-- 1 Ending Staitft-wjfhown him." prob.lbltlon." of previous encampments and some $1500). ebol to Mi gravo and Oion, Wilson is expected to ac a march around the Ciold as ypu ov- Of "Whoever .brneis cards Or dice in Mtor Borne furtivcr 'discussion along President the boys think it rather different Uke, attomptcd to manglo bis daad thIs Un0 Ul0 peak and er saw. Jt was a great race." ohaUenged Mr. cept tie resignation from iwhat they see depicted upon to .the dominion shall pay a fine of .j .. llnlnt.' -.- .- uu.v Iwi.K.' 1'f ..,..., nnrl QiQfl?- - mjcimani y, .. . lbs. ($25.) uecjaro mmsiju opequy close Ciq bnef and extraordinary .ca-rc- ir What Caused It. the (br'Jliani'.ly colorldo po3ters that Joford ho applied sucli 01 ft hots as on the Uquof aU08y0n. of Mr. Wilson as a diplomat. "Busaioess to Boom When Trust advortise for army recruits, ''No one shall eat mince pies, I "crooks" and lobbj-lSU- . n'niilnritv nf Hi. noonlo Arouscjd over press Mlspaitclics con B'lls Are Passed, Saya President Q- - M. Sorgeant Andereoa tis mak dance, play cards or p2ay any instruIn acciwlng Mr. Bockham of double- - of Kcjuy' arQ .prepared to abolish tinually quoting the (Minister as bitter W&sou," J? tiie heading In the New ing the usua1 good nocojli as a prov- ments of muse except itlie drum, dealyvg on jtJio liquor iuostlon. S:au- - pr to tblerato'the manuraotre Of n- - j ly criticising conditions in itlio now York World of June 2C over tho fle--' trumplict or Jewsharp. ident. Joy churjHiJ tliivt the defeat Qf do n .in,. ti... umiHi nr kingdom of Albania and arraigaing port; of tlio speech delivered the Way 'No iman shall court a maid la prelast Licslaturo os brougUt about by u,,8 commonwcaltb, 1 do not know. tho responsible European Powers, tho jbefwe by Presldcnit Wilson before the Tlilo tftrcsB of hard times is penson or- iby lottor .without obtain valent oven in camp, and the governBeckham in order to coim.l.ate and lt lu diffjcult; to dptermluo the. trend President caused Ids resignation to bo VlnniAa Press Aosoc'atiou. Business come ing P e consent of her paraate. Flvo win over t(ho liquor iiUiicata of l,ou- -' of ,1,1 Pj,:uc Wltj the. public lias asked for iby cabjo loiat, Friday fciglit was 'hooiaing" ,Wiih a vengeance on ment rcition allowance does not 10 qulto .up to .(ho., past standariL. thor. pounds penalty far firgi offense. 4ifJu- - In- - tins, conncotioiii h ohi hoWUry It Is undonstood, how'ovor, that Mr. that very day, when auuouucement lbs. penalty for second 'offense odd CodUs Bennett and Park have done icngou uu opiwnciu 10 answer vaeae.i, tve st.tte t Kentucky. .1 Uo not Williams, foreseeing tho iuov'jabj'e, jj mads of Uio $34,000,000 tfailuroof fpr third offense imprisonment dur the'r Wuty. (luea'ocs: already had tho rcsignuntlon on the the largest niorcanittye concern pretend :K say, but this I do know in - ing tho ploasune of tho court." July Fourth was icelehratad by Japro- ,1'lVos tlio dofcat of Statq-wjd- o Ke.ituck,ans wct nnd Kentuckans way to Washington. the United Slutca. Would thai: heavy That the aucinot lawmakers ware' and hlbltifln made tjio jirlco of lhL supiiort dry alik.3 ailoro candor and courage. casq fa Bald to bo without pre- faijurp have bQeu averted if he pend- siiectiQU of quarters, fkild events This uo a big rovfaw of troopi by. h.e Gov- grossly inisguvkfl needs they furtherd of the 1'quor intorestfl of Louisville? D.ffor as tliey may uikhi jv moral caaeid-erocedent in the history of the State ing trust blJLs had boon In operation proof han tho fact that which king do you serve, Be- - 8Ue Kentucklans neor have rallied Department. Other Ministers have got as the law of the OLii1? AVIhat hod ernor. the drum, tho trumpet and the A mov'ng ploturo machine (lias been Jewsharp ion'an? Sptoli fcr die. Are you wet aly never w'U rally Jo tho standard tea in trouble through top free crJt- - i,.Uu truat: qU03tiion to dp .with the "iin3truments of music."- or dry, Mr. Beckham? Aro you for or Df a coward." existing in nanciai conditions which forcod the making a number Df films about the Wall Street Journal- of .the conditions Company H, along with ogajust tlio Jlobson rteoluon.? jWill uio couiunes to wnioa incy were ac- - cJaflin company Juto bankruptcy? grounds and you, if ejected to tJvo Se;iato, espouse The War Correspondent. the other companks, will be Bhown creaited, out jx js not rccaum niai Nohlng whaever. Sunday School Union. pr opposg patloual proli."(jltlaii? Did Tjie work of a war' ro'rrospondent, an American diplomatic ropreaentatiye iwoodrow WIJboii talks like a upon "he canvass Jn all t'he towns of The Sunday School Union of thff wherq companies exi'st. This you aid or dill you assassinate Stato-wid- e if he fe the real thing,' Is no nine-cur- over before has gone outald Df his dreamer, a theorist, a man Utterly the State friends Ohio Baptist Association wall me&t prohibition for Kentucky?" Gen Slierman once threatoned post to discuss the afifalrs of another Ignorant of business. His favorite wJU ibe a rare treat for. the Grove Baptist Company H, to see" them in action. with the Pleasant - to han& all of them be found, wjtli his cpuntry- ' Mr. Stanley was heard (by an auanti-truf- ,! measures cannot possibly of Church Tuesday July 14, 1914. On Monday ifhe soldiers were dUnce varJoulv estimated ni 'fnoni army. In the present Instance tho com help business. They are far more 9:30 a. in. Devotional Exercises-- Eld wera "hikblank 1,500 to .500- - Tho first floor pf thel The Japenose xuld allow no news-theat- ment waU regarded iby tho State De likely tq cripple business. Tie thing ed" oyer cartrjdgd3, and where they ' paper men to go fp W. C. Taylor. to VonsalJJos tho front wAth partmentt as poculianjy untimely pnd ly whch Beats 1,200, was filled. jiUrung ibusinoss most is de-and 9:55 Heading Minutes. engaged In mimic warcfaro of the About 200 were seated pa the stage, their soldiers. I know One extreme nreasion and stamiatlon resulting di- Decauso at tnq and tho fj'rst, balcony, wlhic'K "sijatlj American army, ptficera who was de- Jealousy with (which thq European rootly from thq dlmnshcd purchas'mg then camped for tho night h their 10:15 Report of Schools. 10:35 How to prepare and Teactf 00, was about with Powers have guailded the tangled 'Bal- power of the American people, which, dog tents, each soldier doing indi tailed pa "oaBervttpn,, 'j&xty. f!Uj. riyiJJWng real- kan nroblem from thq 'njoation of In turn, has been brought about by vidual! cooking. The entlro command the Lesson Dr. E. W. Ford." Tho ppcalcer iwas introduobd by At- tuj) J&ps- - Wh.8ne.ver 10:55 Quallf cations and Duties of returning to camp Tuesday complet torney 'jamea'P.Edwards, iWBiQdeolar ly Vg' ,was to opcur t)ie. ITapancse of- -' new elements. It Is consjdorod by p33 of employment and thinner and ing a twenty mile march- Superintendent Eld. A-- T. Ross. ;d that "this Bj)loni)f.d aiidlenoo onq to be dealt wfth, by the fowar pay envelopes. fleers arrange a roJI little ceremon- them 11:00 Doctrinal Sermon Eld. Bircll Corpioral Modeley has loeixt Co. H g ial to take thp forglga pfflcor, about European Powers nloao, thelr,posUlon on tjhe, to(ifl tho Throe million wage oarnors either Shields. pf action- being precisely that of tho United wholly without work pr .working re- quarters carefully poPcod. After au extended Jhiijrpducliqn, Mr. tcnlmUoa from th t 12:00 NoonSereeants Gray and Liles are put Stanley began )i'3 bouvbaJtdmioat with Tho dldnU'Want tft ibe "observed" State? Govorniment in regard to the duced hours, who have lost tfae'r Jobs 1:00 Blblo Authority for Sunday ting tlw usual spirit null energy Into a djiscuaslon cf tho organization of when performing their hardest fighti- Monroe doctrine. ilo and are spending through .Free-T- rj ore adding much (to School Eld. A. B. Gardner. ngtho recent General Asseoujbily. It was recall 1 that even 40 jjer cent, less than formeriy over tho Camp, and l 1:30 "What it .takes to make a good value. I knew quite wo!I some of the Eng- in thq most desperate phase of tlie thq cpu nt ore of retail stores fthot is "Who is It 111 Kentucky," tio asked, Vaablndor, tho Sunday School W M. Fair. Hoops and 'ri Uio South Af- late BalkauAVar, when the a'llfS wero what has hurt business. "wfth power onough to stop betwooni lish That Js what Privates 1:50 How to secure efficient Teach tho people hiild Uieir duly olocted bor-an-',s rican War. One of thorn lost his urm. closing in on Constantinople and ailed tho H B. QJaflin Company and two BmaUeat members of Co. H, have T- - Lowis. and Iq bo.-tliut they can Ho wus tlw original of the "Great many of tho diplomatic ruprcuenta-tlvo- s its .big chain of associated retail stood tho hikes and dniHi u a most ers EJd. J. 2:20 r,Wha't aro tlie important Need cnllltaiblo manner. IClpJlngV "Light That capital verov railing up- houses. That 's why organlzo aufi douuuato War Eagle" in lu that the local merT(ho Iboja of our coimpany were of your School Warrou Shields. bodies? on tholr Govennmonte for iholp, the chants mhose nolca to the exitout of Failed." 2:40 Tho Duty of Sunday Schools tired Tuesday afternoon vlicn atrenu-ou- a six Powers, parties to tho Berlin "Dot's any man boliovo that a priArchibald Forbes did more $34,000,000 havo. been Indorsed by the rathr they returned to canip trpm bivouac to Missions iW. C. Taylobintorposod an eXfdctivo vate citizen, a mod1 work, porJiaiw, than Uwyer, Clafllu house cannot pay thoso notes. ors' SONG SERVICE. the mjaor portion of his time of the officers in tho wars dn wliich jection to tho appearance pf American They htll lost heir trade, along with at Versailles, via j1im 12 iiril nlke 3:10 Tho Use of tho B'blo iu tho and a sham ibattfe. After a 1'gjht to Uio business of u couple of corpo- hti mada jus br'lliaut reputation as a warships lu tho Dardonollos. Secreta- tho los Jobs and lest Jay envejopeii ry Aloycr Iwd rushd two armored df 3,000,000 d!o wage earnors, and lunch and porno nmall rcifiresjliments, Sunday School EJd. J. N. Colloid. rations, which, according po his own corrospondont- 3:30 The Value of Teachors' MeetNaiHJlean idldn't a.Iow corrcspond-otaj- i, criruerp acrces Uio 'Atlant'o uild tlio so could not pay tholr notes- - Neith- however, thoy wono prepared to make btateuient 'paid fun u Utto over a buc-cthe usul good showing on parade. ings W. C. Loyal. as we know them, to travel leng:! W the Mediterranean to dollar a day upioco-Th- as th;a er could tho Qlaflin company yay, 3:50 Business. authority? This J a task with headquarUMs. Jn our 'Herolu-t'otha American contingent li tho thorn, Jiartng nothing to iay them The present encampment Is Vjiw of ttho 4:00 Adjournment-Al- l (ho tnilUa of never attempted before except by although many weekly ixipers Turkish capital and on tliQ alioro with bocauso of slow ool'ectlrns nnd Sunday Pastors, Churches, has over had. Blucprass Park to a powerful intereiats operating Uirough woro published at tho time, the news tlio Bosnhorus. But tliocao shha nov- - np coHectloiifs from mcrclliantvho hod sptend'd location for calup and this school officers and teachers are urgcunhing jiiid expert omXajar'ts. Was was old. Nobody Qver mentioned tho or got within, the Golden Horn, for nurripscM au creutx siochu 01 ed to bo present. Opportunity wUl bo It claimed t)iat Mr- - Beckham Uld this suffering at Valley Forgo whilo t us uoou us (hoy ua&rod tho Darda- - that could not be 'una-- nio cash Js a good community to bo in. glvcui to discuss each topic, or ask Notable among the tho uoljos ithey were diverted to .work? Nay, not no. die is but a state- was happening. because there was no ealo for tihom, officers who aro making ood are Questions for information. ly nioslt, a painted shield, behind coast of Asia M'uor at thq roquustl It ypu aro looking for tho chief cause JloUisclilld "beat1' tho nowspapor BIRCH SHIELDS, Pre. .which Richard W. Knotrt, Percy llaly correspondents at Watorloo, because of several Euroivoan Powejs, wHuIe of tho 134,000,000 failure you liayO Sorgeant Eafc'U BanioW, -- aariiora'u W. M. FAIR, Sec- Muskcr WJlson and Ben W. Blair, got back to Loudon firaj, with tho Groat Britain took upon her ehould-e- only to filnd a paior-coverfand Sam Shackloford i)y thdlr ne- ho book of farious calling, lt is thru hm that news and tnade millions by his iusAde the protection of all tliq Amuri- - 152 pages containing the text of thet au!d Artificer Noah L. Rowo. . Has Your Child Worms? Sergeant Seymoro Bonnett hasn't they hope P got thojr Jong and kno.wlpdc. Ho bought soc uncles cans, native aaid naturollaicd, lu that UnUerwood Free-TraTariff law of j cursed" yet. Hie has tfio very roioark- - 'Most Children do. A Coated, FurfLngws upon the. throat pf which hf U"ibeen gruaWy dopreased by quarter of .the world-I- t uorooer 3, lata. Toat toitsMUe story. ablo record of having attended bight red Tongue; Strong Dreath; fttomach M now known that .early in his a prostrate Democracy and tho purse a fooriof Napolean's triumph.. BusinedB .wUl boom. tnoUwhen the encampnumts without Bwvuriug uu Pains; Circles, under Eyes; Pale Salmtsslpm Mr. WiUatms souglit, to have . or a 'elpless JKwplo," but oath tak'ng a Unluk of whiskey or low Complexion; Nervous, Fretful; aatf trust bills ''aro pasacU, ' Sam'SJiockolford Is supporting iBock Administrators Notice. his powers extended to include Alba-ul- wb.on tho Free-TraTariff shall havo 'or ehowlng or smoking tobac- - Grluldlnt; of Teeth; Tossing In Sleep; ham, according to Mr- - Stanley, The State Department, with its beau repealed. A1 persons having olalms against cp. Ho bas uever been known tp shirk Pecufar Dreams any pne of tues dealing .with ques the .estate ,of Joe A.- Barnes, deceas- uual caution iwhou JWler's activity la .ti. 51' a. ludlcato Child has Worms. Get a duty Ice Plant' for Sale. of 'the AniQr'cau Itibanuo Com-'pin- y' ed, twill' present them to 'me1 properly tions involving the Balkans, hesitatBeJteiiitf 'Arenco toward was on box of Klckapoq' Worm Killer bt way lu estaaUahlug closo tike p&nnettship of Iu order to proven on or Ibofore Aiig. 10th, 1914, ed to, load tho ''As a result of the' fearjess" t U'lis the Worms the caur 4JM Mti'UiH! ;fera'day or two but is' once: of my duties as a pubUo sor- -, or Hi,yy,will be barred- Also all pei a td'plomatlc clroJo at Durozzo in vow &e katfcrond Uco Co., it has booai lino up. of your child's condition. IM laxat(doolded to ecll the Ice Plant at !lhoyant," ho ua&t j'Bixia, Shockrd Js 3crn' knowing themselves indubkd to of tho. ftlKhi Anion'cau iutvrub there. th& has & fcood record ive iind .aids iNaturo to. expel Court Houao door, Harford.4Ky.,Tu-day- . muzlod undMCOl.,p,oa an)4 dallvurfld, u,ldstatp, obher by iiot'br .account Jt (I'd. however, cousent to iMr. Worms, ' Buppyili In candy for WreotV ' 2:00 p. tu-- ; July 18, 1914. Tenia ! (date, toruciit roquctit to. be allowtiao. by surly out (oeaiuni. w fiiy mtuu (um wl));Bety Glenn ,. , JOHN. Hi .J11LE,. Adinr., W to swho ,a' pcrsjwai iuitigatun of stlo mado known on day of saw iSirtJM.(TiLuCT.vore rjvm and Bar- Efor'cyifiirsa'to take. 23c k , fOioik hlm.aii today, h,e is ypko-inot- o Twadaj-'-s your Drugiist "' f3t2',aard are a JJtlto jk1,' day 'of 9lv, untU 5.2U. in i Wiisp, Ky- - oX W Albua'au 9 tuition, aad Kbtfi ;fce -".'- ...U Vw tt .-. 0. STANLEY "NO TALKE followed tho statements contained in his contributions to tho Athens newspapers which Jiavo )cd to tfs ro3rg-iiati- COMPANY JWilF as T ter : .,..u nt Na-tlou- uj couy iw B' -- Son-liqu- or Beck-WUKi- on os ly de h)-na- tn.-3i-- ,,- ,. . .... J '.in,. - Wyjjjicj e. ds-s- two-third- re,-ve- haml-writlu- - ht S s at two-tlii'rt- ls or n, let . w d, de a. de bc-o- prps-'ccuU- on -- - tMPui.e'to IWH-Uue- tht ... plit N I u f rotation round a clrclo ubout 23,000 miles in clrcumfcrancM- - If" you atood wi'ln a yard of tho north or south OUTWEIGHS THEORY polo you would 1k carried, iby tlio aiitonxl CTordln,to Uw t Ik Pottofflo. Mr. Roosevelt Preparing to Return cond H'tortl, Ky.. Mirntll mattr ol th samo motion, rcund la birolo not qu'to eliLfn, A ifow dajs ago tlio Lxxidcr 19 feet in oircumforanco. And yet t Progressives to the Kentucky would reriulre precise'' tho oamo & Proprietor C'. M. BARNETT, Editor .tho fow that aro still Duiuute the Man Spends Million Dollars More time, viz., 24 hours, to utescrbo tho ALLISON BARNETT, Associte Editor breastworks that they oujht to sjet circlo as tho 23,000-mll- o one. Abroad Than back hi line with .their former ReTiat is what w mean by saying to publican fellow-o.tzon- s und 'VicaC tho Address all communication that tho carth'a angular velocity of (The Hartford Republican. Colonel to t." rotation is everywhere jtho BanioThat Colonol Roosevelt Is preparing But tho absolute velocity in npaco NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS In to ,l)ne up with tho of u po'nt on tho equator is not tho to a nif 1910 We are having our "Tariff reform," Hntorrltwrn dwilrlnit th ptT nnt is as certain Ci anything can bo samo as that of u oJnt near the jo'o. ddr naift Klrr the ol.l H.I.I rvi In nmklnft lb. m jioht'es, or all ordinary methods detr!y bulovcd. Tho first, amounts 4o ubout 16 (How do you like it? riint. ntiil Xotlcmt 10c per line nil J Re of masoning must ii-- i abandoned. Ho per m'nute, and tho other, in Ilualnim buy miles Do you thid that you can jh nddltlumil mvrtlon. per line lor will accept the l'Msrcss.vo nomina-:!o- ii the case above given, to than MiOll any cheaper tj:an you Oljltuitrlex. Kwolotlonn nml Can) of Thanla 6c f jr t!ie Presidency, of course, ibut thills h of an inch n a minute. pre line wunfj In nclviinir. to? put lumwelf in Now the quii raiulrrs as many days fharih Nntlcm lor rlw fir, lint other he will also gnilua'Jy No, you Uon't, and you won't .V per line. pcijjton to accept u nomination at tie to nidko n -- otat.oa cu its ax's as church KilTf rtl'eim-nt"- . Wneii Tariff rcfcr.u takes 90 ren's will receive no aauas wiou.rinoon roniRinntrittlon the Itcpubl jeans w!thout do-J.- n cjotli in a 15 eu't tho earth requires Hours. But tno an otteotliiii. Violence cither to himself or to off Uc cost of the gular EpeJ decreases from its equaof clo.hes, the makir of the elotlics uts old party associates- tor toward its poles. Thus a ;)0 ut doesn't. ake 15 cents elf of the prce. Tlie New York Times, one of the ou h,e , solar cquaor jjocy roui.nl 'n 123 Cu.niteerIa.xlA .... Hut the bujer of the clo:h gtts it CO most conservative of the influenfal about 24.G dnys; one in latitude, north rairacra! 2XMtu.il instead of or newspapers of the Ear., sew in Mr. in England, or south, 30 dcrcx3yt.ikis 20Uyi; buying it in America, Inado by AmerRocceirlt's spcocli at Pittsburgh the one in latitudo CO'iJogrqcs, 31.2 ila-FRIDAY, JULY 10. othcrcuy a positive LU for a union ican workmen and ono within 10 dosre&s of oOher If j ou question Mr. Wilson and of he Progressives and RopubliCaus. pole, 33.3 days- - JJut aithough Jtho "There was .not a word of attack other "ontleinen to whom we owe our sun's rotiitiou tokco daj3 vUitlc Uw ANNOUNCEMENTS. apon the Republican party in Colonel psjchoJog.cal pnospenty, xu wjjl bo carlh's ' iiicasurcd by hours, yet Pittsburgh BiKJoch,' Bays told that the Tariff is n jlc3sjng,and its sizo is bo enonmoiu, ita cquatoi'al ' We are ' dons not hurt workmen. authorized to announce Rocccvelt'iJ The Times. "He did attack Senator tha,t btfc. being about 2,722,000 nules Congressman lion Johnson a candidate When you next ta'k to .Mr- - Wl-soBpvooh wa3 such as Penrose, liut the around, t)ur. tho apeed cf a jont tor the Democratic nomlna'.on for offer him u faot. lrJier,s one be made Jiy any Republ'can in niUr its equator a four and a half Representative from the 4th Congres-Blon- iii.Ght jood p'.undlng iwiio disapproviJ of man in this country a'Jhers Ike Win times as great as Out of a s.mllar TO BUV IN OUR STORE NOW (S JUST THE district. General primary elecwho conducts a .big 'business and t'enroscism; in fao:, bucIi speeches point on tho canUi. August 1, 1914. tion away socallod aauvunrs, usualSAME AS PICKING DOLLARS OFF OF TREES. nave frequently licen made by just "Ives TJio Inequality of the angular jueh men without impairing their Re- ly pocket knives, at country fairsof tlio oun's rotation at authorized to announce Wc are This one individual spands for OUR GOODS ARE ALWAVS WORTH WHAT WE publican standing- ulutiicis fruni efiuator is Hon. John W. Boyd, of aiarJin counthese souvenirs $230,000 a year. II li i4elf proof Kjit it cannot have "Tho speech is an u'Jatik upon the ty, a candidate for the Democratic ASK FOR THEM. WE DO NOT MARK GOODS UP he ha3 bought fhem Jn tlio Unita solid crust LKo tho earth's, and wo in 'Democratic administration, the nomination for Koprcsohtatlve ed Sta:es mJJe by United States laknow from other qvtldoaco that Uho Congress, aud the Democratic bor. Now iw buys 'theni JUST TO MARK THEM DOWN. NO DECEPTION (N Congress, from the 4th district. in Gorniaiiy- sun is compocd of liot gujes and vaGeneral Primary election August e'gisiation; and hl3 chief charge Hq Is bound, cf course, to look afOUR STORE. pors, among vaporized iiuta'.s, against Barnes and Penrose s tliat ter the' 1. 1914. interests of his company. And such as 'ron,which occupy an important they are responsible for Democratic when the soernnmet of tho UimOxl COME IN DURING" OUR SUMMER CLEARANCE place. rule (because by frauds a. Chicago States nukfts It worth whl!.' for h's AVe are authorized to announce V. Yds, hc Bun with nil its plano'U Js 'hey spl.t tho Republ.can party. SALE' AND BUY Lofs.BECA0SEYOU WILLGEf comiiauy to buy of German workmen SHERMAN BALL, of Breckenridge moving tlirough space, and the "Ho saji3 they o'ectcid a Democrat- -' of workmen Ju America, the county, a candidate for .the Repubof this motion 's npproxl-nutcl- y deliberately, ic President 'because; company dOea that. GOOD. FRESH. STYLISH" fcoODS AND YOU WILL lican nomination for Representative .hey infinitely preferred the triumph known. It is toward the He said to the writer the other day, Congress from the Fourth district. in SAVE DOLLARS. of their nominal party foes to seeing northern part of tJm sky, und not far ''1 Idon't protend to General Primary election August 1, with able from an imaginary lune Jrawu to he control of their own organiza- theorists, but I know 1914. that I, as one tho hnlliaist star Vega in the tion wrested from their hands .by the business man, am spending each year rank and fi'e of their own paiity.' of Lyra- $1,000,000 more abrcad than I was And O. P. Morgan was o'ther Bent "Thia 'by way of showing that his before they changed Tho star is a Isun .probably a thousthe Tariff." for or invited himself to Che Whlte antagonism to individual Republican groatca-- fclitin oure, but It' doesn't take very deep intelli- and tfmes one day last .week for a con- bosses us as strong as ever; ibut Hou&e it is no to tho attraction of Viega gence, gentle readers, J.o realize that ference vfc'a P03idcnt Wilson. iLot --here is nothing in that to offend the tliat astronomers dscr'bo tlio nua'.i Domocnati'c Republican voter. Millions of R"pub- - if one man is giving to workmen in motion. The real cause of us we, what did our that motion Europe each year a million Hollars friends formerly say when other remains unascertained, although it 's caLa .will ogre- - .with every word he. for wages and material that he Bient idents were caught hobnobbing with uw; none except the actual hench- here laQt year, workmen in Amen'ca probably duo to (.lira combined effectj .. INCORPORATED. the cairlains of industry? or uarncs anu menxose. win ioei of 'o attraction of all the stars as men arc? getting less than they used to. very deeply aggrloved, well as of the invisible bi.ll.es Jn And if you multiply that million It is taid Chat every ra1l road "All the rest of the opach nvas an WCC' switch yard te crowded wltli Idle cars assault upon the Democratic party-i- t by a thousand . will bo a rjasonablo Every star in tho sky is like es.jmate of a small part of what the Bttig- This tolls the utory of bi'neta was more. It wa.3 the keynote of wise in motion, ibut Uicy ra'l vary work-ma.- iTariff will cost the American nation throughout the length and the ,u .tae-- Vsre.d and tho direction campaign. He So .be not surprised that lixi3- - both breadth of our country, and it is real. u3 soundfd the bugle not aoiie for i per.ty has tiamothing the matter wUh in .which they are flying- - However, Hartfoid pcoido for several weeks U- -' Pro3re:.C3. Ibut for the Repubrecent fatud cs have ltoii lunt two have iiad an occu'ar d.cnionstra,tiVn licans as well. It. is such a speech as i;s pscho!ogy. great general curivnts of star u Twenty-fi- e or thirty good looking may ibe read with eiual i3atiafactlon j P. S. The name of" the' genticmau exist, aad u'acse curroats apwho brings ot souven- .worth j care?, wrJi oviury appij.anee ready for jy fojih parties- - WiUiout saying a 'rs from Germany and who spends pear to .be flowiujj ju dianulrxal y busjnees frtaud on pur local Bwiteh word about reunion has made a now for foreign labor one he million dol- - 01"'0slLo lllrcc'OM, aM.ough l.ae ..tars because they aro crowxlod out in the most cffewlTC ttrgunieut for it- - It mv. Deiongini, to ootn currwiti3 Beom to fll.,t ,, .by thousaiilds of other idln cars. Cities as adroit, a speech as even thi3 .master Jy be intermingled viowijl from the w,u be for Mnericau labor '"Kioto aro several sections of poiiucian ever tmut, ana it will so iuppjed 'o President Wilson, if he ear'.h. He,re is u great inytitwy. Also it Jims .been d.scovcrexl that pavement r'sht in Wio central por- further tLan all thle Ivarmony talk wll write a note askng for it. Now (between now aud p. ita:n grouts of u'aro u,re moving York Journal- tion ol Hartford .that present a tliat could bo made ucgether like nwarms Df bees, some wrutciiKl wedi't- - They are a poor ad- the Day of Judgment to bring that harmony about. Stops NeuralgiaKills Pain. going ono iway and somo, onothor. vertisement for tho town and should goes in "There has never ibeen any doubt istars Bcattcrcd in w'dcly (wixarate lie immediately repaired." iHartford Sloan's Liniment ghee instant re- that he wanted harmony and expectejd of ho eky are fellow voyagars roads. Herald. NeuraJg'a or Sciatica. It iarts jqo ilead a reunited party In 191C. In lef from wih out sun, although thoy Bre milWe doubt vory much if the owngoes straight to tlio painful lions of miles away from it. What overcomes of ers of these pavements are aware of this speech lie has struck a great obstaho Nerves nid Stops the may ibe itho JL'iik tliat Joins thorn is cles of the fact that they wouid be join'tly blow to ihring it about. roads makes Pain- - It is also good for Rheumatism possible for His attack upon the Democratic anotlicr puzzling enigma. By Ganrott liable v'th the? town In a suit for Sore Throat, Chest Pains ai(d Sprains residents busiP. Sorvlss. fahoujd some on'e full into party was confined to its legislation You don't need to rub damuG3, it penetrates. ness oae of llnose holes and break a limb. upon the tariff and ita proposed Mr. J. R. Swinger, Lou'svllle, Ky. ust legislation. What ho may You're Bilious and Costive. roads impassable. a have to say about otjicr issues was writes: "I suffered with quite Sick Headache, Bid Breath, Sour RICHARD P. ERNST. severe Neuralgic Headache tor four reserved for another occasion. He fits "Progressive farmers are insisting, I used Stomach, Furred Tongue and Util- SaxbjTs Magazine, of Cincinnati, in his speeches to tho places (where they months without and relief. Sloan 'a Liniment for two or three gestlon, Mean L'ver and Bowels clogroads "It Ioolia as aro delivered and in P.ttsburgh all its current vasue, agencies of . ged. Clean up Got a 23c if Richard P. Ernst, of Covington, ifttuos sink into insignificance be- nlghits aud I haven't suffered with bottlo pf Dr. King's New are more my head plnce." Get a bottlo Life Pills to wjjl recovo tbo Jtopublican nomination side tho tariff and the trusts. day and empty tho stomach and bow isolation of life. for United States Senator from tho "Charging tha: the Underwood tar- Keep in the house all the time for els of blueijrawjState without a rhadow cf iff Jias failed to reUuce tho cost of pains and all hurts. 23c, 50c and $1 waste. fermenting, gassy foods nnd You 'can have "telephone very A full bowel movement fvos u doubt. Ills ultimate election would living aud lias 'haraJUed and harried at your Druglst- cost. postal for free Uucklen's Arnica Salve for all a satisfied, thankful feeling makes be pleasurable 'iiuws to tuoufiands of tho buslm53 community to no purm you feel fine. Effective, ,yet mild. UepubLcans, iis well as mauy Domo-cra- ts pose,' lo produces aga'n the tariff Sores. Don't gripe. 23c, at your Druggist. anfl Proerossivcis- - A numUiT of policy ho proposed In , 1912- -a tariff Bucklen's Arnica Sa'o for Burnta. Owensboro Optical House. Senator Bradley's closest cuninuss ou. Ho luga'a proposes his FARMERS' LINE DEPARTMENT the late jtohuca! fr'cnds Joined jn the request. 1912 trust policy u. (Trade Commis Hartford, Ky., Nov. 1. I have used Business Opportunity. There .s no. a uowsimper muirot uny sion wvth power to prohibit unfair 'lasses made by R. C. Hardwlck's .Sva.id.iig ii Koatucky or Oiiio Who trado practices aill curb monopoly- - Optician, Owensboro, Ky., to my enWanted partner with G0O In ex (Iol.i not Jo. county right proposition. uiou "Dck" Ernst as Tao Democratic Trade Comin.ss'on tire satisfaction. His house and ma- cellent a pcrwjial friend. In t!i instance ho assails ua a lialf-wia- y lor making Icnse3 are the Splendid possibilities. meatjuro; chinery Full investi capability o JiaHl M and 5io attticks tho O'aj ton hill be- most complete In tho State, and hp gation. Address W. S. 20S Inter-Sout- h jiopul;i.r.ty Juml. .Mr. Hriuit 3ias fbot-- cni'neutiy cause it forWd3 any combination employs none but experienced work- ern Bldg., Louisville, Ky. IIMUUUh-HATED. uucctssiu! in tlup iiraot'ieo of law, Uud whcU may restr'ct the comjiotiuion men. C. M. BARNETT. 119 SOUTH PRYOR STREET, ATLANTA, GEORGIA. yet Jii g4cn much of Si a itlnie to botweoa the combining lart.ea. Tills Kentucky State Fair, Louishis pur.;y, ;n3 d!y, aud Jra State- - For ho declares "economic nisurdlty,' 'id Rotation of the Earth. ville, Ky., Sept. 14-11914. s,ciay yeans nr anoivi fie Uaa lioon ,'iu iiHerw that 'unl nu.'ed cjiiii?- "Is t a proved fact that tho tmn bles. Cyclopcd'a will conraln tlio offlc'ul actively idcutitial wjth the Ropuullc-a- n tion lias proved uno of tiiu grea'.est rovo!vc3 on Its axis? If tho Mexicans contlnuo to ohoat text of tho Underwood law; itlie party. J l tliat .time ho luii eurs.c.3 tf niolcrn civilization.' It Is a "State of Mind." "la tho sun .with all it$ planota ,oach othcr aid Payuo-Aldr'c- h laws comlLuij4i by seVitieui to, lilaces of "Thus Jjj ijas uot on y outlined tfio movins through apace-- , and if so, If you aro broke-llIf foreign manufacturers got snoit pared, giving ovory rate of duty on .in lienor, Imt Jutii etoa.dfljitly rcfuotl" lino of attack for both IVogrosslvcU wlif appaimt direction?" you aro thirsty. of tihj? business,. articles m both laws; .what etoo lum-dro- d uppointiiwnt fco any poo.- and Republicans, Lut sw lias de.nod to Yc3, It is a proved faot that tlio If you aro hungry. ...... accei ,....t- If tho farmers cannot jill fj'aolr I . n j., ' and fifty-tw- o I 1.. United SUiteti'Son-ator- s xiu.i . milieu wiero iias luwii .man- - a constniot'vo iCatfonn on wWch they slia revolves on its ux'a- - But all parts If buiiness slows up. rain at a profit. a ll Congrttismoii said foand - ....,..,, ii r v rum i.nn urn : i i uiiiiiiii'iii. iiiiiur Um, tusciMvr iiii i.Lf hi iii !? i Progrosalvoa of itu surfaco do not rotai.o r.vitli lho Jif your wages are cut. it tio IX your industrial output is reduced against tho Undorwood bill; and a to tho National convoa- - aro to conio back. II0 tijas done more 3aino o!ccity. In ithitf 50 per cent. tho If your factory is Mocopious index cf over 8,000 citations. uon, tf 'Jila iirty, inonvber of tlioh.'uu teller Ow olie branch to Uiu rj'al on of the sun ditfero from that lt our exports decline If your oanmaiiy goes dnto th Tho vo'umo will consist of about S:ato Eiwcutivo Committee, and (was 'Ropuldlcaiis; ho has increased itbo or tlfq earth. . If our imports Increaje. hands oi a roco'vor. nltio hundred (900) pages- - and will Sute choirnviii wlwn Kentucky wtmt (Piricuity ef rejootlng J. The Therein lies a vis'blo uxxit that If Huertta fails to resign. If tiip railroads cannot Iwrrow mon- answer all uua,tloi: on tho Tariff wi last time. To bo aljeaus must Iiavo tlio phjeicad atato cX ithje pun la dif3omo poJ'y to If ,you aro out of a Job. ey for improvouunts lauufaelpreiu1 yucsi'oji. ., SUiti .wator from Keirtuky j poo Cw Donioe-atwjtfi besides Uiat ferent from Ww earth's, ulthouijli If your clothes aro shabby. News. Is bii Jioaw uidood, .but ILtlmrd P. f mere ho provides they are conipovid cf similar chemIf you )iaw3 Uie itoothuotyo. Severe Attack of Colic Cured. Ern.it can tltt (bill better thu'i'onu. He iiU'sM tliat tliey imust got ical element. If your ch'ldron ihavo no shoes. EE. Cross, who travels in a, any ofter Moiicl now on mi of tuojr Peiuvses uiul iBaruesos. TJio turtii, bemg covcixil vrtlh a If your patriotism Is quostloned. pud other Southera Btatew, was tho jrolltieu! f.e-of iuttle- - Clcani-l- f tjicy wiy do Jis aiW adoit Ills tjoltd cnist, mid being also, ns reant ,. FOR FLETCHER'S If a.000.000 mem are out of work. taken suddenly aud Bovcroly HI with cut, agrasivj without being an as- - leglslatlvo programme, tlierQ tau be Investigation demonstrates, as r'gUl If f,lio uational dol, has incroaJ9.y-I- f colic. At tho first store ho came to gresj'.r irrxinvd without oing u itiloii. TJw Jenms pf th.e tudaa, are as utev) throughout ita eiitiro globo your motives oro misundoratood. the merchant rncnunmniviiai ni.oi..iwu-- . iksuroycr, ;vj Miutor miorUiy of his now "before tho Republicans lq aeoept rotates w'tli ono mid tho Mamo augu-U- r If your fa'cwnien cannot sijcure or Tiu "Protective Tariff Cyclopedia," Jain's CoHc. o.hni,.r M, iv jircdcsAoru, tjio cburagd'a- - rejooj. Th' Js JhQ meaning of nMooJty from tho equator to tho ders. nrojxmH and publlsbetl by tho Am- - Homedy. Two 'doaw. nf it ....,1, of his tonvictione, Btrulghtforwurd 'u (Jos jvuiarkbje snoouji, ao.wlicre ex-a- ll pojey. If Jieot bugar fiwrtoriea anp foiwli to eHcun ProtocUvo mariff League, bf No one ekould Uve boaio oa a tb'nrs. RJirrd P. EnibtwllJIiuake prt-hbut uuniJblUkabie la over)' If you stocj4 ou tho earths cijua close. Now York. wiH rewly for. dUrtH-- 1 Journey without a bottlo of (Ms u Senator l Ahoju Kentucky will 1'no of wouliJ Ik carded Iby. to iVuly.' Jf Le.vder. tor vu Is huUed by lahor troji- - butiou ou or ubout August 1st. lite PWurUau. Fpr Sftlp by all dolej. H .morcJ Republican. Justly Iw protKl and whom the tion will oillorsc." Na- A FACT WHICH sug-geat- ot - -2 one-sixt- ln f - s, SAVE DOLLARS n, al iy - ut 1.-- th-qr- ;o -- 5 con-tolliit'- Pr' CARSON Si CO. Hartford, Kentucky. m -- f r mo-jt'p- A ....., ,,, I llSlnmHl The Telephone hand and Good Roads The telephone hand with good part-Soot- hes anti-tr- to-da- many the bad and it the farmer and other rural to transact in the city and with neighbors when the arc upon good and .telephones. These two modern civilization doing than all others toward eliminating the country a in your home at small Send a our booklet giving complete information. The telephone K --N: u'-.- Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph Company 9, (U.-o- f - . .... ti- paite-at-Jor- j(jct Rojmh-Rejmblii- s fau't-fJudiu- g; Children Cry - Vir-sW- CASTORI A I )atsiug ... ouiks "jirta Mrs. of. Dp TicJrcnor wiw tho guest relative at Pleasant Illdgcu f'rst Fight the flics and mosquitoes by SPORTING NEWS I WHY NOT MAKE $2005 A MONTH - - That's Friday and Saturday We have an accumulation of odds of tho wpck. I S50.00 a Week, almost SIO.00 a Day and ends in ladies slippers in Patent Leather, Gun Metal,Vici Kid,Suedes, sizes mostly 3, 3J, 4, 41 that we sold for $3, $3.50 and $4. Now these are Real Bargains if you can use them. Sold at a loss? Why, of course, but what's the use keeping them? Note the price. 79c FRIDAY AND SATURDAY 79c Nothing wrong with the leather. The toes are pointed, the heels are high, but the wear is guaranteed. will be on sale Friday and Saturday only. Note-thiand remember that IT PAYS TO TRADE WITH A HOUSE s boxes BolllnR Vlclnr Safes nd LOX.AUS CELEBRATE FOURTH gotting your Screen Wire Cloth at to mnrchantu, doctor, lawyor. drntlsls and WITH VICTORY. well In dofnrmern.ail otwliomrcillrotlienrpd d. L. King's. of auifp, lint do not know howraryltlstoown Tho llarfvrd bas Jai I team onp. Mitlcsinen declare our proposition one of 'Prof. A. 1. Tujlor and faiwily, of opportuniclean cut tlir HitA- tin Fourth of July fwti!i a vicOwn iLoro, aru tho guists of Mr. ties rver rcceleil Wltliout previous export-onc- e YOU can duplicate the hicicm of otliers. tory our tlie.r eld iuals( Taylor V- - D. Honder. catalog Our linnrtitomcly IKurlraled .Mjiies- - A great U&l'doy crod Journi-oyt- d w.ll enable you to present tlie Miliject locus- I Wo can supply your wants In tho lonicrs in as inicreiuiR a manner an inoupn Ut E.at End Iurk to boo tho rou were piloting tliem tliroupli our factory. Men appointed ai j Furniture lino at rock bottom cash fracas a i.l t'no at tdlnicw it was uomt-wh.n (.Kin. ii ri. io miIvIi-- and liKtriietlnna for celllni? afes. clvlnif cnnviiu-liii- t talking points which It Is lmposiWe for a propectlvn cnatomer to deny WhJ ACTON UHOS. iDrKxa. a.les.s tho Ijcal don t YOU be. the.llrst lo apply from your vicinity before someone cite gets tho territory! kav urn We can favor only one calctman out of each locality. Wc havo nice line of lco' Cream sufiportirs fe.t amply rewarded. Tjio company van eelebrited by fajrU o(.x were cut by hundreds, Uie KSX Freezers and Water Coolers. cu erecting tho niost modern afo ,i 1n. ACTON JJHOS. Crajid 'and boini; u mass of Vana-gatifactory In tho world Wide our I . e Jors. Many wsjtow were ulu &$&&& awake men who received $!. special selllUK Inducement, I '.M .'( May, of Owonsbaro, arr'v-- d f9&8ldaiffWlm9f SIYf "Ws?B iaVl output. We are snnlm. Monday to bo tno guests of tho.r - mFm JEJr t r Play wus cal'cd about 3:S0 iby Um many thousands of dollars cut l.vW-faunt, Mrs. E. M- Woodwind. la rri us our sal es oriranlzatloa .'JCKJ. pire Vis Morton, Equaljty, uijh Rick- S3m&RZcrriiflW.iii2M. but to leam nil particular. U Mj.hs Maun.110 .MaWn kb?p" ,.i i i: ot rotumed ard and "IL.'i f wilt cot you faO,1'iilJ !ill- j3J'3SI?.V3SBcB6.i.jall $3rt a postal card.only the price o.i Uio fjr'ny ne for "'asPswsvBEju ussuczt uug) .loino after an text.iidd v'stt to Mls3 Hartford, 'A.ttk oppuued by WJthnw and Oorcui Renter, of Cromwell. M for Catalogue 16T. TJiorpu for uie v.s.tora. BjU a.doM ' Mr. I. I. JUrnartl, Iouo'Jle, was vvero ens iy retjnll Jn ta first but THE VICTOR wTo ytdtcrdo) looking utter his 0"uo ;n the hecoad Rtcd, U Taylor Mines, i'ouuJ caul and o! 'nturests. SAFE & LOCK CO. landed on one of It'ckards Bliuota and Mjss Nancy Fond rcntunnul SaUif-da- y tlie hiOe )i.de lund.Vi bvjond Uio Jeft CIHCIKNAT!, OHIO from 'arroW),wieru s.io had bciin fiejd fence- - Tlie life Injected by tii.a Capacity 20,000 Safes Annually. Our Ntv Homc the guist of hor grandfather. dr've, iutttver. was short l.vcd, for Mx. ULyasta llag and, ofEasi View soon thercaftir the tiomc team bo- lui 'to land ou Withrow and the forinerl" a resident bf Hartford, vesgame was never more in danger. Tho ted old friends litre this week. Mrs- - Wallace Riley, Mrs. Ernest final count was S to 3. SCORE BY INNINGS, KH's anJ Miss Xorjne D'ack Bjwnt tlie day in Ouenslwro Wt'Jacsday. Inn'iigs TRY IT 10 DAYS 123 15C789RME The W. orwrbarliecueat the O'lio Taylor M. . 0 1 0 U 0 1 1 0 0 !! 4 7 Since last June, over bounty fair gr&mids Saturday was HartXovd .. 00210221 x 8 10 7 12,000 offices have adoptvery successful and largo y nttend'Jtand Thorpe; Batter, ed this Adder, Rlckard and Soder. Mr. Duughu Fk'x roturned fucwn f'B4?i':'rJsisssisssW--?rJ,w7A-y Each took the machine I -Unip'rx Wg .Morton. Mar'on thjs week .wlit-rJio passed on trial. Each made a Attendance, 500. h State Bar eanunat;ou with honten-da- y test. $e FiissssssssBSi W ors. They found the machine Mrs. E. W Coojier and daughter, to be rapid and compeAnn, of iNunhvilJo arried first of tent. , Even a child can it week to bu the guests of rela. operate it. And anyone, flrp-procile-bratc- dt Hi -- lt, woncy-maklP- at lJ lir.-bCJi- t - lii er -- iipsi iuai '"rrwsr ifmM C'ajssffirais'i ji V The $35 American Adder - ' &2?7 ' all tives- THAT SAVES YOU HONEY." Jm&g - - Vandertilt Training School for Boys ELKTON.KY. Will .help psxrents develop their sons-intthe best typo of citizens and Christian ' gentlemen. Its patronage is widely scattered and comes from the best homes in the South. Its capacity is limited, therefore, reservations should bo made early. Place your son in this select gioup of. boys. Write ' MSTHENEY & BATTS For catalogue and information? Ho.vA. M ikiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiid Hartford Republican. .FIUDAY, Mita Evelyn Clark returned to lier kpuiu at Sunnydalo Monday. We hvao a complete lino of Queonnware. ACTON BROS. SALVET, tho great Btock" remedy. See U. S. Carson, llartfor.iL 3Ctt JULY JO. -- M. v i For Service, cleanliness and satisN. time card effective Monday faction, visit City Restaurant. Aug. 21st. Mr. Alio Barker was in Dooator, No. 112 North Bound due 7:19 a. m. Ala-- , several days th's week. dally except Sunday. Wire Fence best on American No. 114 North Bound due 2:20 p. m. earth. For ale by U. S. Carson". daily except Sunday. U. S. Cation Is agent lor (the fa No. 115 South Bound due 8:45 a. m. mous American Wire Fencing. dally except Sunday, Mt&srs. John Marks and Jolui Crane No. 113 South Bound due 1:16 p. tn. dally except Sunday. returned to Birmingham Monday. H. E. MISCHKB, Agt. Dr- - and Mrs, I. J. Bel, Lou'sville. are visiting relailves near Buford. Rov- - Birch Shields was hero Mon-(da- y. MJssCJlffle Fejix ha beau employ' ed as a grade teacher at Molfaury. We stiU havo plenty of Binder's Another tfs suply of Lawn Hose ILEH & BLAOK. Twine- ILEIt & BLAC1C and Nozzles. L. - H. k E. Railroad Time Table at Hartford, Ky. t For Bale Ties call BIIOS. on Wo efll have plenty 1LEII & MJsa RutlU poller, of Duudoe;was the guest of friends hero last Veek. of binder's I have car load 3, 4 ojd G inch tile BLACK. for sale. See me. J. A- DUKE. K2 - AOTON t All slzos loo Croain ' III & Black's. - , , 25c Read E. V. 4UriKs '& Bro. two- page ad- - Jn this iUiuoufA-i- o Rojmh- All Izes. lco Qrcam Froezera at llcaii. Mr. Eugene Stowrd, Ru;ki?rt. In J , JJAr & Black's. Is Him gubjt of Mr. und ,Mi,t,..S. T. 'MJaa Leila Glonn returned Monday, . from Grajson Springe. r , Nino Bare of goad Laundry . .. Froezers ' at . Anothqr b'g supply of Lawn Hassi and Npzzlc UfElt & BliACKS Soap ACTON BROS. Fol.i Mrs. F-- L. LeJji Wlcnn, and"' Mr: Douglas' Feljx spent the day In lJvermore sjsssssfczThurtUy with friends- Hon. L. - McIjiupiUui of Madis-onvill- e, cand'date Rejiablican for United States Sonator as hero Monday In the Interest of his candidacy. ilr. Raymer T'nsley wil knvo tomorrow for New York whore lie "will take Ateamer for Earie. Ho will AMERICAN CAN CO., CHICAGO. Sold by spend about a year suidyung fore'gn lansuages- .Mr- - John W. 'Martin, tonnerfy a resident of this county, now i'ving f at State'r Ok'a., will visit Mr. Mar-Uu'a bntiUior, Pos:nuster R. B- - Mortli' iSVAP SHOT TdADE DURING SAT- I .URDAY'S tGAlB. GUESS WHO- next wuek. feated Hardinsburg last ioar by tho close score of 2 to 1. Mr- - J. W. Cox, Beaver Dam, ealk1 TAYLORS .GET SECOND-- , tp 3ee ui j Mouday o"b his return rom Hartford and Tayfor Alines met BEAVER DAM DEFEATS McHENRY Sm;u'Jhou3 wliere ho nttejuled tlie Beaver Dam lyaso bajl team defcait- JJapnst .Sunday school onvent!oi- - He again Sunday at tho lattors' sround Land after n'no .rounds ot luuK fight- - ed MoHsJiiry at Beaver Dam "WednesreiJOruji fjno trip. I azpuiMk aodltlp Ton to win-- , by the referee. Taylor Jf day afternoon In a fast and Interd Band rrodH. photo or sKetch for Tho 01ivo County Fiscal"junt wus mil raport 8 to 7. Wi'throw esting game. on putntaumr. zv Tean- - practice. BUR. Both teams wore givm seou'oji Tuesday with all the Jm- - caino out victorious, PAtmiNQ mrcnrNeu. rorrraaooidal Iboth, Book on rrofltaola ruents wrlta to Jt'ces jiretxnt. Several matters M Im- - came back und worked again Sunday en fair decisions and were B Savanth Strsot, having to tj,q witji tihe Land altho tapiod rather lltcly pitched pleased. Though McHcnry outfiejded jioriance and D. c. a credttahjo gtunc Thorjio was his tho locals 'tho loca-'- out hJt thra. road work.ng were txausacted. tuiid Soder work Jjattery mate. Wolsli E Innuifis 1534'5C78 Lark In Griffin is agent for tle faed 'a like capacity Tor the visitors-Th- Bwver Dam 50500001 x 8 10 9 Sualdiug Steam Jaurfdry and somous gauio wco fapi:cir Und more 53 M -- cHenry ....0 2200300 licits your patronojio. Tills company cooiiebttd'thaii that bn Satur-d4- y. Batteries: Masou and Pirtle, Par-re- tt is well known in Hartford and speaks Taylor M'nes put up a gwod and MaddoX' for Itself. Please Joavve your laundry luck was in their fat or opposllii College- - AVI1I j;aniti but at residence V-VE.and tliey wuro ejsceodiiigly fortuiiato call on Monklay uiornings. scpring tlio v'ctory. in Cojnjany II is xiected homo rp reporta are to Uiu of- All 3ECOXD TEAM DEFEATED. Lfcct that ho boys liavp had jl pood Beaver ,Dani came.over TuulJay and i'niy wiitli no very hard work anU Jew took tho local seend team into isunp cases of ulckness. Members nt our II EINB ANIMAL- S19 to 5. UnUl tho iftli stanza tho company stood kitfh vu tl,o tstceiu . fl Second team fielded Ln great style land FINE of all tue officers at tlie ccLcaimjimeint I unit?! tJien tho had not FEED I.Mr. Grovcr BuuncU. 'lapjwncd to a but !ii that fuiitl iu)y:ig tho seruousaccldent ou Ruuii rhxsj about . lltcrtilly vtiat up allowing s'x miles bejow town .Monday, 'even to Feel right all tho time. Don't lay off iu 11 runs and tho game. ing. Ho had driven a two hurse J3aUerlefl, Btuvur Duat, Martin and from work for days by taking calomel wh,en pleasant oukeeisyou wugoii w?th u f.ah.'ng jaunty ai J'irfle; Hartford, May and Crowe. on your feet, while relievingyour troubh's return Jio wall JolUd fxojii )i!s neat le. Safer too, and easy to take. Don't and in falling biioko lusVg iioar tiiio tako anything else. You can't afford DIAMOND SPAJtKS-Plummer'ankle, tlie bouos protrudhig and lacsys-.teit Eliminates poisons. cleanse3A natcatch on tho right field and relieves constipation. erating Uie flesh. Ho was awuadcd Satuiliay's ganiu was an ural remedy, natural in its actions, suro by Diy- - Taylor and Pendleton, iiut funce 'u iq its effect and certain in results. Ir one for Uii.s aanipnny To It is doubUu! if itho llnvb can bo (tarVet-La- x will many of Ihe faiw it apjH.'ar.d that ho Tellq a man tliat he must bo cartful won't bo long before 10- ed. Yesterday ho was taken to tho completely displace calomel in evert drojiped tho ball .but not so. lu feed'ng his Mock if lie .wants to home. Children can take it freely and Owensboro Hospital for treatment. get Uio bosit rc&uTjts- - But It is not with perfect1 safety. Every bottle' guaro m Thjorne nulled a Very carelobs btunt always so easy to gat tho r'ght ldmd anteed. 60c,snd $1 in bottles. None Cured of Indigestion. genuine without the likeness and signa.Mrs. SeUIo P. Claw-son- , Indiana, wlioii be threw Jiln gi!ove at .the ball of fed. I am ture of L. K. Grigsby. For sale by Pa- was bo the ix U with indigestion. ji' Sainilday jgom allowrng the runFEED 8PEOIAE1ST J. H. WILLIAMS, - Hartford. Ky. "My stomach jained one ti'ght and ner to advance. Tho' same piny camo and not pnjy know J ait wttiat iaur day " she wrltofl. "1 would eel bloat ujj Jn Quo jgxuo Tuesday cxoeptWII-Jjaoi- s stock ought to liave, but hunt until ed and have the headache aiftl belch did not h't the ball I find It. THE , SEVVINQ At ypur service, sin ing after eating. I also aufered from constipation. My daughter had used The Jtans were rgjad tp sco --MarkU MACMNB Chaiberla'a'a Tablets and they did back iu tho jsune SaiUarday. lie iilay-e- d OF QUALITY.) her so much good that aba gave. me his usual .good gasae. The Produce Merchant a few Uoses of them and insisted ap-o- n my trying them. They helped mo Pntjn, the Freachmaji, who in for- HARTFORD, - KENTUCKY NOT s nothing else haa dnoe-- For sale mer year pjaydd on Uio Hartford BOLD by all dealers. team, came in Friday on a .visit aud -- , UNDER s wn(j used in Sunday's affair hi MarJi'o ANY Oil on Nelson Farm. field. Ho wllj prphably ho hero The most economical, cleansing and OTHER Tho Gom Oil Company brought Jn tomo time. NAME. germicidal of all antiseptics Is a good well on the J. V. Nelnon farm this we0k. The driU has not yet Seder's wing was n!J to !tho bad WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. tho bc(. pay and la being scut Suitiay aud Taj lor. 'Mines ran w!d on If you purchase the NhJV JIOME you will deoper by tho contraotcure, but a fine the baste.' have a life oswt at the trlre van air. and will j well Is now aasurod- A luU AriMptic Powder to not tutvean endless chain, of repairs. aicllonry 'will 'ougago tho Joca's ' 'H Taxes Due For 1914. Saturday- - In Quality jears gone by thso b ettMolWl w watw as needed. As a medicinal antlseptlq for douches Wo have received tho tax books and teams werp groeat rivals knd SaturConsidered In troatiog catarrh, Inflammation or are now joJjy to give you a rooeit. day's game wiJI bo watclicd wjth ulceration of nose, throat, and that k Utile Please call at this bfCJco at your earcaused by feminine ills it has no equal. liest coinonlenco and sgtllo. Cheapest For ten veara thA.T.villn R Ptni.hn.., O. KEOWN, WitUrow'B constitution ,' as strong Medlclno Co. has recommended Paxtino kiljieend JTB L.a.aaV jA ll ' 52tf. as au ''oldJog cabin," or o.en as tho u muu- juimg correspojouenco wnn Short Ohio Co, womon, which proves Its superiority, In k'nv current 'u "od Greon River." " M ': Women Who havo bonn Ptirrwl unv . wiintasuwliitr it Is "worth Its weight 'In gold." At ourIf you catulo-u- before lniioliliKi. .wrltM fhp"' FOR FLETCHER'S you latest A gamo has been arranged with Ha j druggists. 60o. large box, or by mall. dlnsbuxg bu the 20th. Hartford do- -' Tho Paxtoa Toilet Co., Boston, Mass. Ik New Home Sewing Machine Co, Orange, Mass.' - "and ; with little practice, can compute a 'hundred figures a minute. - BisssssrTirppssW!ll Zl It does all that is done J ?Z by $150 machines, and itg never makes mistakes. Every office, store and factory needs this American Adder. None will go without it after knowing what it does. Ask us to send one on ten davs' free trial, it incurs no obliga- tion. Learn what it means to you. Telephone us now. Built by . yS(TW)lM My' Wmlm e ; I CARSONjjS CO., Hartford, Ky. iog.-s3isjte- ieil' OS-BO- nnsninuTora. s o Ibjt-tcr- ly Mlfl 07 JUST ORDINARY USE LI R-L AX HORSE SENSE ,46 For Lazy Liver and the Troubles of Constipation. ax so flKmvt m -- m W. E. ELLIS NEW " SPECIAL TO WOMEN HOME i' Un-ter- ed I - Ohildven Gvy u CASTORIA jiua-liakd- -- X V' V " " XXXXiii.ii.A. .4V A. A. A. A. ... A. 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But strung It is. and the bust i.css world nP America Is bound Into a cohesive whole by the libers of lions of notes, checks and drafts whirl. pledge tile honor and credit of its clti m-l- Jut. It Is first Injthc countrymen. In a city where rood hotels abound, the Powhatan heads the zens. -l- 'iilludvliibtn Ledger. TARIFF IS STILL A VITAL REPUBLICAN ; CONGRESS PREDICTED. IS AGAIN ISSUE New York Poit Joins Ranks of Prophets of Republican Success. Old Questions Will Be Revived This Year. "Nf Theories have been torn to shreds. 11)14 will be based A man needs no oo practical truths. theory to tell him when his Investments are bringing no Income, nor to interpret the envelope that brings his employment to a close. The conditions Of today did not exist In 1UI:! when the Republican party was In power, and the country is full of men who realize Jfc flct 1'ben there were good times. Nothing bus happened In the meantime to make a change but the change in national administration. Therefore that must be the cause. the close of the last presidential campaign the Democrats announced wjjb, jjlce that the tariff question was settled. That the country hud decided firmly and finally to put aside the Re publican doctrine of protection nnd ubstltute for It the Democratic theovy . of tariff for revenue only. But the i working out of that policy has proved fhnt uch n nollov I nnr. of for the foreign manufacturer only, and J nnu iuiii me uiiiiuu is uui sausueu ajldjjevfir will be. Instead of being settled, tquestion will aagin be an the tariff isue nnd a very live one. In it there will be n new note, that of experience. In the discussion of it there will be facts presented, not the rainbow pictures of those who see visions and dream dreams. All over again will be tried out the issue of whether a man or a nation having a legitimate nnd proper ad- ,uUIuku ... Kucm.ce it ... uororence to a theory; whether men who have in- nnd employment shall surrender Jhem 9 the ground that wniu.. jm. flginary better thing will take their pjnee: wneiuer it is wise to suppress that Instinct which bids a man to look after himself and his own. The campaign of rrn,, I The New York Evening Pot. Independent, print the following In Its Washington correspondence: "An anqyisis of the congressional elections of 1012 and of the byeler-tlon- s since then nnd a study of tile done in various states have persuaded some of the Progressive and iiepuniK-nleaders mat mere is tin ex. cellent chance to win the houso in No vetnber and overcome Jn that body the present Democratic majority of 143. "Several political and psychological elements enter into their calculations. They point to the fact that In an off year election the party in power always loses ground; that no party In recent years bas enacted tariff legWa Won. without being "rebuked" for It at the next congressional election, excepting only the Dlngley law, which was followed so closely by tho Spanish American war and a revival of prosperity following a financial drought as to force the tariff issue Into the back ground; that the breach between the "?" ,""" """" ""re!'s"(,s " R, "' i" u n1 "'? ''P nmnnp the leaders that tuiJ 8wl,,tt of ,1' K'ndl.llim this year l mUvr ll,an for the "art-- ' ;" '""'" g1'' v "Much remain to be done by the administration and by this congress which has a direct healing on the congressional elections In November. The satisfactory settlement of n number nt vexing problems might material change the political aspect In varluti" sections of the country so as to dp. t". sltate a complete revision of the tiguio.s now set down by some of the sooth sayers in the house as illustrative of present conditions. The fact remains, however, that the Democrats In nnBress oeeve nt t,s ,omeut that they uro ln for 8llllllp llt tue Xoven.loi-comelections, the extent of which Is mere speculation nt this time." ' CALDER ASSAILS WILSON. BUSINESS EXECUTED AT WILSON'S STA'KE. ... Representative Underwood One crat Who Has Revolted. Demo- To the ranks of thoc who believe that the duty of congress Is to adjourn and so permit business to get a little rest after the strain and the stiess of tin? past year has been added the Democratic leader of the house of representatives. Mr. Underwood has even dared to cross the threshold of the White DJouso with his view of the situation. He has told the president plainly that early adjournment Is advisable program should and that the anti-trus- t wait: that the Wllsou policy of Jamming through Important legislation In crude and undigested form Is something that Is disapproved and resented by bis own party In congress. Mr. Underwood knows' whereof he peaks. He Is acquainted with the wishes and the temper of congress. Die lias bad many years of experience in national legislation. He knows what results must of necessity follow certain nction. Moreover, he Is In touch with the real sentiment of the Democratic party. He knows what Its leading members really think. Mr Wilson knows only what is s.ild to him In tl(i fawning atmosphere of the White House. Besides, Mr. Underwood has himself suffered from presidential obstinacy lie knows by experience the unwisdom of yielding to the dictation of Mr Wilson. The new tariff law would hurt been a far moro popular measure and a much better one for the country If Mr. Underwood hud not meekly yielded to the WlUte House command.- The features of tl,e luw upon which Mr. Wilson Inslstrd are today the chief of the trouble makers nnd the objects of greatest attack. - Candidate For United States Senate Criticises Weak Administration. Congiess.nau William .M. Calder ot Brooklyn is the leading candldatd to Mieceed Clihu Koot as United States senator fiom New . urU state, lie has the support of most of the Uopulj; lcan leaders. In a recent address In Brooklyn Con gressman Calder took up the various policies of the ptescut ii(lininl'-ti'Uoand showed how they had failed. He said the day was dawning for the that the people hud 'Kid two years of 'Democratic rule In national matters mid had found that the Democratic party was utterly incompetent to mauago them. In addition, he said, the people of New . orU had had four years of Democratic rule. which had disgraced the state. Concerning the Clayton antitrust bill, recently passed by the house, Mr. Calder said, that though Intended to do good It was capable of the greatest Injustice, especially in the minor clauses of the bilk He pointed out that the provision making price discrimination a crime, though directed at the big corporations, would bit the small man hard. Mr. Calder gave as an example a Jersey farmer bringing his produce Into a New York market for sale. This, he said, would be interstate commerce, and if, after selling off it large part of his stock. binder the competition (if other dealers, ne was forced to cut his price on what was left, according to the Clayton hill he could be prosecuted for discrimination. Mr. Calder also took up the stand ot the administration on the Panama canal tolls question, and said that this uloue showed the Inability ot the Democrats to undertake successfully matters of national nnd international scope. The situation In Mexico, ne said, was disgraceful and he hated to think how this lizzie was costing the lives of our people In that country, the honor of our women, and millions of dollars' worth of property. ii In this brief article we shall attempt to dellne three kinds of commercial paper bills of exchange, promissory notes nnd bank checks that are nil They are conbusiness, contracts. tracts, however, us to which business convenience decrees that the form shall be Just as Important as the substance. If 1 am hiring Began the contractor to build my house and we fall out out our agreement the court will consider every possible point connected with the transaction in order to determine what our mutual intentions really were. But if I employ Began to do the work nnd give him a promissory note In payment of his services, our rights, so far as that note is concerned, are largely determined by the exact form In which issued It. taken in connection of course with the subsequent Indorsementsthat is, whatever written additions were afterward made to it In the course of business. The vital feature of bills of exchange or drafts, as they are generally called promissory notes and bank checks Is their negotiability that Is to say, they aro a special class of contracts which are so framed and so favored by the Jaw that If certain rules are adhered to they cat be passed from man to man qulto as freely and far more conveniently than actual cash. An ordinary contract may be assigned or transferred from one to nnother Thus If I have agreed to furnish a large factory with knitting machines I may assign my right to be paid for doing so Jo Bogardus for a valuable consideration. Suppose, though, that 1 misrepresented some Important feature of my knitting machines to the Success Textile company, which ordered them, and after I have transferred my rights in the contract to Bogardus they find It out. Under such circumstances the textile company can employ the defense of misrepresentation against Bogardus just us readily as they could against mo. for he has simply stepped posiInto my shoes and Is in tion than I would be bad I remained a party to the contract. Now, this Is just where drafts, notes and bills, or. as they are often called collectively, negotiable Instruments or commercial paper, differ radically from While still in the other contracts. bauds of the original parties who gave them birth they are subject to nay defenses which one may have against the other, so that If Curzon gives a note for S100. due in sixty days, to Plaisted and then finds that through' mutual dealings Plalstcd really owes li tin $."00 he may at the end of the six", ty days refue to pay Plaisted the note and demand Instead $400 fiom him Suppose, however, that Plaisted has meanwhile sold the note to Kangelv, who knows nothing of his debt to Cur- .on, can Curzon still set off Plaisted's debt and refuse to pay. Bangel the note? Undoubtedly he cannot do so.,, Such a case Illustrates the distinguishing characteristic of commcicial paper. Like a bird which has flown from the parent nest. It Is fieed from any defenses which the original parties to It may have. Just as soon as It has been purchased. In good faith and for a valuable consideration, by some third person. In every other form of contract the rule Is otherwise; land hears Its burdens from owner to owner, the assigned mortgage conveys no better title to the purchaser than the assignor had to give: but for the purely practical reason that In trade there must be some convenient representative of specie, which may pass from hand to hand as readily us actual coin, a general agreement and Btrength of custom among merchants bred the three forms of credit paper the bill of exchange, the promissory note and the bank check all of which travel. In the words of u great Jurist, as couriers without luggage, and to all of which an innocent purchaser, for value, gets an absolutely clear title. Saturday Kvtmlng Post. 1 piom-Issory The TowTiatan 1 tcnneJ, exclusive, and restful. lis excellent location en Pennsylvania Avenue, ISth and II Mrcets, makes it a desirable headquarters for Lridal coupln, tourist !arttes, conventions. Schools and colleges. , The Powhatan attracts the reople of culture and education. Its proximity to State, War and ?tavv Departments, also to many oints of historical Interest, makes this hotel especially attractive to a discriminating pub- lic The Powhatan offers rooms with detached bath at $1.50, $2.00 and up. Rooms with private bath, $2.S0. $3.00 and up. 'Write for booklet with map, CLIFFORD M. LEWIS. .Manager. O m in.ntii',ii'iii..nHr-- .. ,;' w f HAVE YOUR SUITS Cleaned a Pressed i Repairing and Dyeing neatly done. Ladies work given special attention. Hats Cleaned and Repaired. Work called for and delivered. Club rate $1.00 per month. Hartford Pressing GlOb, GUKTIIER BLDG.,CEXTE!t ST. 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Friday aft 2d Monday in March, Friday after -- u .uonuay in May, Friday after 3d Monday ln August. Friday nftii- - 2d Monday In November. HARTFORD POLICE COURT. O. C. Martin. Judco: McDnwnii a Fogle, City Attorney; J. p. Stovens, Marshal; Court convenes seconKl Monday ln each month. City Council J. c. Her. Major; U. T. Collins, Clork; J. K. Bean, Treasurer. Members of Council J. C. lien, nett. Capt. A. D. White. A. E. Pate, J. D. Ralph. A. C. Velser, W. H. Gillespie. School Trustees J. D. Dulte, Chairman; R. T. Collins. Secretary; Dr. J. W. Taylor, and W. E. Ellis. RELIGIOUS SERVICES. M. E. Church, South Services morning and evening eveny first and third Sunday In each month. Sunday school i:45 a. m. Prayer mooting every Wednesday evening. Rev. B. W. Napier, pastor. Baptist Church Services morning and evening every second, and fourth Sunday In each month. Sunday school 'J:io a. in. Prayer meeting oery Wed ncsday evening. Rev. A. S. Pottie, pastor. Christian Church Services every third and fourth Sunday at 11 a. in. nnfd 7 p. in. Sunday school 0:30 a. in. Elder Gwlnn, pastor. SECRET SOCIETIES; Hartford Lodgo No. C75, F. and A. M. mcota every first Monday night In each month. W. S. 'Stevens, W. M.; Ownn Hunter. Secretary. Hartford Chapter No. SI O. E. S. meeta every second and fourth Mon- uay oveiiliigs, Mrs. J. II. Williams, W. M.; Jas. 11, Williams, W. P-- ; Miss Elizauoth Millor, Secretary. Rough River l.odgo No. 110 Knlcht of Pythias meets every Tuesday (evening. Jno. W. Taylor. C. C: W. It. Hedrick, K. of It. & S. Hartford Tent No. 99, K. O. T. M. meots every first and tnlrd Thursday nights. R. T. Collins, Commander; E. P. Moore, Record Keeper. Acmo Lodgo No. 339 I. O. O. F. meets every second and fourth Friday nights ln each month. C. M. Harnett, Noblo Grand; W. U. Hedrick, Secrotary, Hartford Camp No. 202 W. O. W. moots every second and fourth nights In each month. Tom Williams, Council Commander; W. C. Wallace. Clerk. 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Monday in February nnd continues ... three weeks; third Monday in April, two wooks; third .Monday in Uctobor, two wicks. ' County Court John B. Wilson. Judge; W. C. lllankcnslilp, Clerk; Law C. E. Smith. Attorney, Hartford. Court convenes first MniwI.iA- - In nardi HARTFORD, KY. j month. cmil C, E. Movers. W. II. JJarm Quarterly Court Htylns on tho first .Monday In every month. annua itiiiiouutv Mi.i'l uh--j iuivo aonn- I Court of Calms Convenes first' for tho pnsorul pracTuesday in January and first Tues- a p.irUHT.-.lvl' tice of Uw, cxorjit ctiiniinal and dlvur day in October. Other County Officers C. S. Mox- - cosi, Mr. Smith boltig County Attor- I otioV i onisvine, iy., it. tu.v In nnufkinul tf.ii ttrisfti'fdtfcf --- " l"Vi ou.uyur, T..,.. v ..." i out nines, Assessor in ..;:.' iccasvci. Mr. Uiiriittf wjll liwklvlduaJIj jOlaton, Ky.; Ozna Shults, Superln-- 1 Offices In tontlcnt, Hartford; Dr. A. 11. itilcy, aoctit bucn practice. coroner, llnrtford; T. 11. Uenton. 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Ungraciousness of, In rendering a kind-aeslike n ImarM- - voice. mars the mu-l- e feclta. ,"TOMSrittLJ fm nuu. wiw my oig W. ... the song -I- 'olthaiu. ' Osna Shults, Chairman, Hartford, Ky. 1. O. L. Terry, Hartford, Ky. 2. T. J. Br,ooks, FordsJ!lp, Ky. 3. Ira Bozarth, Olaton, Ky. 4. H. O. Autry, Balzctown, Ky. G. U. G. Austin, Prentiss. C. J. L. Brown, "Roctport, Ky. BOARD OF EDUCATION. AND ALL THROAT ANPLUSOTP.OUBLES. Dr. King's New Discovery FOR roucH8 nSTaSuVSL OLDS PBIHR -- GUARANT13ED 3ATIS1'A010B vjxv 1U.UJIJL.J- - atiJfUCiOJiO. fi. ft NIGHT OF TERROR SECRET Che OF THE PAfjIS HAT. ilBrBfTVassK CASTORIA For Infants and Children. Peculiar Experience With a Dead-l- y Mexican Tarantula. PENNED IN A DARK The Kind You Have ALCOHOL a ppu AVeSelaWelfrparmionrorAt BEDROOM. i'T Always Bought Bears the Signature of s(m aitoikFooJan.lRr.juh The Trying Ordeal Through Which a Woman Tourist Patted In a Hotel at Vera Crux Awaiting the Bite That Meant Madness and Then Death. Magio but Deadly Needle That Holds Ita Spirit. Au American milliner seeking to Irani what It Is that makes the I'arls hat so bewitching sought work in I'arls nnd found it easily enough In one of the largest exporting houses, a name to conjure with. One afternoon mw her seated upon a bench with gay. chattering companions who radiated o' and sparkle on every side of her. Deft fingers flew with chattering tongues, confusing her by the bewildering creations called Into being with HUSBAND RESCUED DESPAIRING WIFE After Few Tears ei Dtkewagkf HuWarj Ceasatieu, Mrs. BtJeck Gave had gotten so weak I could not stasa, and I gave up in despair. I At last, my husband got me a bottle of Ufi Despair. Cardui, the woman's tonic, and I com PromolcsDislionChtf (fu- lness and lkst.ConlaIns nciaicr uDiirai.Murpmnc norjlincral. NotNaucotic. HrfJill SctJ" jllxSmn Aw I The tiirnntiilii U much Inryur in Mexico thun in Italy. UN four imlr.s of fuzzy logs, his apt'cUli-liulclnj; belly, his nbtiurniiilly fnt lic.ul, tinned with vicious nippers ml equipped with elclit jyes urranyeJ In triincterMe rows, suf-Se- e to till you with wholesome deslro to give tilm the rljjiil of wuy without 11 11 ido. JhcpttrmasMwrnm ItimlrJ- Aperfert Remedy forConsflpa lion , Sour Stomadi.Dlarrtai Worms jComTilsioitsJoTrish Slew. ness and Loss ft ft If AVT mi Use For Over or Wm Owlnirto the fncl thai he bin an habit of le.irltiR his owu renlm In the tropical vines to mnlco sot'l.ible little vhltatlons to the corners of your bedioom It hud ulwnys been my cuntoiii lo search evory nook nnd crevice of tny HlecpliiR room before rctlrluK for the nlj;lit. Twice hud I seen nntlve In borers, peons. In the lKoiiy of deafTi due to turuntulit bite. So It wns not surprising that this creeping thing headed my list of the many dangers to be shunned In Mex11 FaeSimne Signature of ico. 1 bad JiiRt reached Vera Cruz from Mexico City, very tired, and decided to eek my room early In the evening, which. Indeed. I the only safe and NEW YORK. Guaranteed under the i Exact Copy of Wrapper. TNI OtPITAUII COMMNT, nCW TCNR CITT. Starck Pianos laAdranc No Mm7 BBBBBBBBBai5aMBS!9PBVXBaBBBBBBl (Job Guar Satiafao Factory Prices Baaieat Tarma A Savlnft ol $100 to tory Direct IN YOUR I I proper thing for an unaccompanied woman In Mexico to do. That part of the dlllgenclas in which my room was located was evidently undergoing re pairs, for u pile of timbers was Included In the furnishing of my apartments. No particular reason oicurretl to me why I should investigate thl lumber, and, little realizing that It might shelter lurking danger. I Hung my weary bead on the dirty pillow. Hut as I lay I suddenly quietly dozing off to sh-eheard a soft little noise, which one might describe us a cross between a bum and a hiss. ' As a precaution against the many venomous things that creep and crawl even In the well beaten paths of Mexico I bad made a careful study of the arachnids, to which class the tarantulas belong. I recognized that soft unostentatious warning that announced a roommate as undesirable as one could p -- breathless haste. menced taking it From the very first CajM to Rescae. When night came the loneliness she dose, I could tell it was helping me. I dreaded did not come, so tilled was her solitude by thoughts of all site had can now walk two miles without its scon and heard, and so hard did her Catron, Ky. In an Interesting letter tiring me, and am doing all my work." brain work to digest nil the wonders. Would she, could she. In two months from this place, Mrs. Bettie Bullock If you are all run down from womanly Crasp the "something" nnd take It homo to America, and In so doing writes as follows : "I suffered for four troubles, don't give up in despair. Try reach another stepping stone in her years, with womanly troubles, and during Cardui, the woman's tonic. It has helped career? The following morning found her seated upon her assigned bench. tills time, 1 could only sit up for a little more than a million women, in its 50 She had been told to come at 8 o'clock, while, and could not walk anywhere at years of continuous success, and should and every clock and watch said 8 hut she was alone. In. half an hour all. At times, I would have severe pains surely help you, too. afjjYour druggist has her coLijMiilfins of yesterday began in my left side. sold Cardui for years. He knows what to stray In casually. Dull of eye nnd The doctor was called in, and his treat- it wm do. Ask him. He will recoe No bubbling listlessly they came. Inugb. no gay chatter (Hied the room, ment relieved me for a while, but I was mend it Begin taking Cardui today. nnd what was more surprising, no TTnf to: Chattanooga Latles work was attempted. Some great soon confined to my bed again. After Advisory Dept.. Chattanooga.Meilclna Co.. Spmai Tenn.. for Inltruetionimn vour ease and brak. Miaaat calamity must have occurred! The that, nothing seenied to do me any good. Treatawnt far Wamta." sent In slain wrapper. J4S whole nation must be suffering death and facing calamity. Questions fulled to bring forth answers, and the puzzle grew. Were ull her dreams to vanish with the r.lght? The "house" must have failed was her final thought Around 10 or 11 o'clock the pnrty broke up for dejeuner, and wltb tbelr return came a breath of tbe spirit of tbe afternoon before. Increasing gay-ct- y nnd brilliant Ideas grew with tbe hours, and the wonder of It was more npd more inexplicable. Tbe mornings weie one long torture, the afternoons aJoy. One day all was revealed. A Prompt Attention and Good Service. tiny hypodermic needle filled with the stuff that dreams are made of Is tbe TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, spirit of the Paris bat! The workers until sufficiently "doped" cannot work, cannot produce, and listlessly Idle the morning hours Ull hypodermic needle and abslntb create tbe .gay. chattering designer, who brings forth the Joy giving Paris hat-Jes- sie Bclyea in National Magazine. JAMES & CO,, First Class Lriverymen Centertbwn, - Kentucky. CLAY'S FIRST SPEECH. OUR CLUBBING RATES. -Rkpdblican and Louisville Herald well wish. Y P. A. STARCK S200 From 'ftcfrtocNr Fc OWN HOME Wo will ship jou a beautiful Starck Piano for 30 day' free tr.al. In your home. No cash palment required. All we ask Is that you will pliyupon. use and teat this piano for 30 l tys. If. at the end of that time, you do not find It the hlKlieit grade, sweetest toned and finest piano In every way, that you havo ever seen for tho money, you aro at perfect liberty to end It back, and we will. In that etent. nav the frlcht both ways. This Starck Piano must make iron, I nlth vau. or there Is no sale. 30 DAYS' FREE TRIAL r Mart at Savs $150.00 Easy Paymsnts e.t, eatleit tenm eier succtrd by a piano manufacturer. These terms are arranged to suit your convenience, and it it posiible for you to ! y 3 p ino for your home, without miulrg tin money. t mi You" pay no ca.h dnvn, but aftrr 30 dajra of trial. ou cm legin payment on the low Cautiously I stretched oiit my band to see If by chance there were some matches on the little stand near my bed. with tbe result tbat 1 knocked tbe unllghted candle upon the Moor. That was enough for my mettlesome roommate: he had been personally Insulted by the noise, nnd suddeuly In the utter darkness, that black stillness which one eels In u strauge room. 1 detected n sickening odor, the warning of the angry tarantula. I strained my ears to detect the soft characteristic click that 'the male, tbe deadliest of tho species, employs as a fancy frill to his malicious song. My blood cbllled as I heard bis muffled prices that sarejou upwards of (ISO.00 in tli cot of your plana. We guarantee to furnlib jmii tetter pUno far toe rhoory than you can ng ecur. ewwnrre. iou are aimrm 01 a satufactory sweet toned durable high grade piano. We tlilp direct to you from our factory, OK.Vegi. :;aailaa T 2n.-Nai- aiircK M Jt I r m aaUl.La.VwaJ Tiwoc Manns DraiONa V face. It was not at all comforting to XIV have eonatantlr on hand remember that one of a tarantula's ecwf uhu a urvv uuiuucr centricities Is to find bis way to a point snd necoml hand pianos of sH You will be deBsrket. sundard makes taken in ex. lighted with the many on tbe celling directly over tbe object chance for l.nr Starck Plinos features of these of bis anger and then to drop uncereThe follow, snd wonderful Instruments, and log sr a few sample bargstnat moniously upon bis victim. will be pleated with the SO Frit Mvsia Very low prices st which Weber $110.00 It was tbe only time in my life when they can be secured. LlSSMS 91.00 Stelnway I lunged for tbe bliss of Ignorance. Pima laak Fraa 90.00 Chickerinf To every purchaser of Would to beaven 1 bad not studied this Bend today for our new Starck I'lanos, we give free KimbaU 95.00 hideous horror of tbe tropics! But I beautifully I Hurt rated piano muitc leasoni. in one of 198.00 book which glm you a Starck the beat known sohools la bad. Moreover, 1 had-se- en tbe awful Urge amount of InformaChicago. These lessons you Send tor our litest complete effects of bia worse than fatal bite, tion regarding pisnM. This ran take la your own borne, second band bargain list. book will Interest and by suit. This represents wbosu work bf destruction as merci. picate you. write today. one years rree instruction. lessly long, drawn out. ISM Starck Bllg., CUCAGO A. STARCK PIANO CO.. P. If tbe bite of n male tarantula Infects large artery It throws tbe victim Into a dreadful state of crazed nerves. Tbe incipient stages of tbe poisoning are accompanied by nccentuatedmelancholla, followed by a shattering of tbe mentality. On gradually absorbing tbe venom tlie unfortunate subject reela and raves in a mad wblri until be swoons from pure exhaustion. Tbe tarantella, tbe graceful Italian dance so often deNow--Eve- ry scribed In musical literature, derives Its name from this hideous poisoning. All this and mure darted through my Deliveries made promptly mail ua your orders. Prices furmind as I lay theru lu the darkness nished on anything in the liquor line. The barrel given away wondering If 1. too, were doomed to last Christmas went to Ohio county. We are giving another die like a dervish. As tbe night wore one away now very shortly. Every quart you buy here either on the "Eiizzlng pew less sedulous. I in person or by mail for cash, gets a chance on this barrel. If lay motioliless during tbe thousand you have the lucky number y6u can cash it for $65.00 The years till dawn, which came ut last, a more chances you get, the more likely you are to get the barrel. divinely soft. blue, shimmering shaft of light, which made things faintly visR, InNCBSTER 2 CO,, Dwensboro. Ky. P. ible. Cautiously 1 drew myself up to a sitting posture and craned my neck In Quality," "Premier Pure," Distributors of "Old a seurchlug survey about my chamber "Old W. S. Stone." of horrors, There, tu torture worse than mine, bung my roommate, four of his legs pinioned beneath the timbers. There be sprawled, a maimed but angry prisoner. Ills eight eyes winked me a milOVER 88 YEARS' itant "tiood morning." and I forthwith Ruckbec's "Full of Life" Northern Groat) CXPCniCNCC redigrted Seeds have a reputation of 38 years al returned the compliment with tbe slenYork iuccesiful seed growing behind them. It pay a der abaft' of my hatpin.-N- ew Unt the best. Sun. aasooablc Speclaltlesr Every Starck Plant to usranfeed for S3 yesra, Tau. auaraaiMt has tMusl of It our 31 yrtrt of pltno experience, and the repa Utlon of an responsible plana house. i. larralM Playw-Maa- bum-clichum-clichum apparently not three feet a wuy. I held my breath, incidentally my nose, and lay wondering how long it would be ere I should feel bis big fuzzy feet sneaking up tbe side of my neck or before bis toft woolly body would light upon my ul am Stank Vl)zx-nij- t pil mott hesntf the fut f uyer rianos 00 tat rt Plsyer-Tttno- but Ended In a Brilliant Triumph. Henry Clay as 11 young man was extremely bashful, although be possessed uncommon brightness of intellect nnd fascinating address, without effort making the little be knew pass for much more In tbe early part of his career he settled in Lexington, Va., --'where he found the society most con- genl.il. "though the, clients seemed somewhat recalcitrant to the young lawyer. He Joined a debating society nt length, hut for several meetings be lemalned a silent listener. One evening after a lengthy debate the subject was being put to a vote when Clay was heard to observe softly to' a friend tbat tbe matter In question was by no means exhausted. He was at once asked to speak and after some hesitation rose to bis feet Finding himself thus unexpectedly confronted by an audlence.yhe was covered with confusion and begau, as be bad frequently done, lu imaginary appeals to tbo court. "Gentlemen of tbe Jury." A titter tbat ran through tbe audience only served to heighten his embarrassment, nnd tbe obnoxious phrase fell from bis lips again. Then be gathered himself together and launched Into a peroration so brilliantly lucid and Impassioned that It carried tbe bouse by storm and laid tbe corner-aton- e to his future greatness, bis first case coming to blm as a result of this speech, which some consider tbe flneat be ever made. It Began In Confusion, The The The The The The The The The The The i at $1.36 1.76 Reptblican and St. Louis Globe-Democr- 1.60 , Republican and Home and Farm Inquirer 1.75 Republican and 3.60 Republican and Louisville Daily Herald 3.50 republican ana Jjany uwensooro inquirer k O'boro Messenger 1.75 Republican and 175 Republican and Kentucky Farmer Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. 1.30 1.50 Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer'1.50 ro Twice-a-Wee- Address all.orders to THE REPUBLICAN. YOUR Letter Heads Bill Heads . . We are Shipping Whiskey Ky. Right to Day Knights Templars. The name "Knights Templars" was first assumed by a semlrellglous, order founded n tbe twelfth century for tbe commendable purpose of protecting tbe scattered and disbanded crusaders. At first they were merely Knights, but after they were assigned quarters at the pahice In Jerusalem called Solomon's temple they becume known as Knights of tbe Temple, or Knights Templars. The .ancient order tinally became so powerful tbat It was suppressed. In the fourteenth century, and the continuity or Identity of the modern with the ancient one of the same tin mo has been warmly disputed. Philadelphia Press. Beml-militar- y Noteheads Envelopes Statements Cards And ? other printed forms are given Special Attenton In The Republican ! SEEDS utiAraa Bed Valentine . . rRA.aa Story of a Church 8ign. In New York city aloue more than 100 electric signs are used by tbe churches. Perhaps the earliest Illuminated church sign wlis 11 cross placed over St Augustine chapel, lit lower Manhattan, nearly forty years ago. Again and algaln Bowery mission and settlement house workers have met men and women who have testified that tbe flaming cross on St Augustine's was tbe Instrument that turned them from evil lives. Dividing the Circle. Ancient Chaldeans divided tbe circle Into" 300 equal parts because they 'thought I bat there are 3(10 days In a year! They coiild not prove 'that tbe earth turns on Ita axis 3C.V.,VM31 time while going arouud tbe aunouce. New Yoik American. Job Department. i .: K"' "' sl)l-Isli- lr ' MJCUWSSULISSVaeEB. BULBS' oua-- 1 Ladies! Sm MoBy 1 "FF?" ' COWMQHTB AC. jfnrons sending a tketeh snd,jertptloii mar oouUdai'tuO. lUlwiwlf on tateuts tlo'u lent irei. iNdeit aceuoy for aeunu Datuits. iPit.uis taken through Munn.AlSfc receive arrlol iwlKf. without wans, la to w J3.J0 Bushel . , Si 15 Bushel Refugee Extra Early New Stringiest Green rod . 13 70 Bushel Wardwell't Imp. Kidney Was 40 ausnet . I.75 auanei Davis New White Was Curric's Rust rroof Was . I jo Bushel Barllnt ' t XiUtiuii tn.i.Amlilhitna4wsklr. Tarcastel oi anracienUMo Journal, Ttrssa,Ha lt.jo Buthel New Early Gradua fa jo Bushel Horsford't Market Garden . fi-S- Bushel Bushel Buckbce't Lightning Express and a full line seds. PlaBtsaud Bulb at lowest growing prices. Send for complete catalogue or subsak a list at your MtrtniMU and ivill nuAia DnccK.' Buy direct (run the grower Save Money. Write today. Htattoathlt Extra Early Alaska ... .... i io all I'm asking." said tbe Women" orator. Then." said n .8180 as peak, "I contend It Isn't tbe lady wants. All she to get marrled'-rdl- ea' "I want tbe waxes of a man: (hat's "Votes For be arose to a vote tbat baa to do la Home Jour-Da- i. The Easiest Way. omau ee! j" tn.frnHf rMa. ri rw jii7irtwm s- ' afmaa ta fcalla Naw lubw. A trial rtoner.will Bka rou a permasf at atlstouansnianBted oriou ' foDOMr rafunded. ' SeTsaJr CelletU!!taae!gS.l irsjaBrRDSBnstrsjs. u r SPECIAL OFFER'. Style by Reaikg McCaU's MagaziM and Using McCall Pattern MAGAZINE McCaU'aMststlssltlll Iiolp ycu urcss al a modems exooniouy Kueuiug rou nostod ou Ilia iatust Einl ball. (O him Koihlon poilrns oacu Uiuo. Ml lu futlilons lu -, 1 ' ! iHVato sMTiii. Ta K11H tmu aSTcKsTsV J' "P F AiMfMf raMr 1 i I I fBlaa,fsMealsai I taUiablo lufurinatiou on till homo buU ix'f Duly miisI mailers. 10c a year. Including-- imriMwaskStdaiMSSksMr gU H. W. BUCKBEE "Mf taSatawawatl BXaVVJSWnwTJ Her Choice. "Can be sing well?" "Well. I'll tell yo'u. lie offered to Prefer loss before unjust gain, for sing the baby to sleep the other night. tbat briaajB grief, but one; thW for; ,n ml his wife said. 'No: let her keep oa m.-Ccrying.' "Cleveland f.wider. Mltl la eesaweaeai ' M. , . ' kwiiTijr am taltilaw s)at i w II la la., asav mwvwLwn mbk immn mm ". .ii . .1.1. ISMMa aHBHI, Hi. MI. E3s?0B H'nt'O today or send lur frto iattxJo copy. BBaaaUaeaBaBaaalJ McCall Falluaa V. i.l t'inulo 704 to timUn In your own boine. wi.liy mrimn hrruli loltilna lor U ami Krfucl roursrtlf mid tit luUI'ii --wlikb Hill ilAiu 1) yiuuo lil-l'i cents Send fjr free I'auern Cslsloue. i We Will Cite Ym Fsm htmls for ccttinir 'ib set loiioas sinoinr ywr V irn-'i- . Snd r r Premium t'juloiue ami CaiU Vtun oner. TU laaiL CWiriKr, 2M si Z3 Vol Sia X VI TNC pattoui. Fl- - lrr Saawal Bswrv J I'.' -- T ROYAL v MORE BAKING POWDER Absolutely Pur The only Baking Powder mad from Royal Crape Cream of Tartar NO ALUM, NO LIME PHOSPHATE rocrb'ial wjddom nono is so honored as Jihat' which tells how that fine q,uiii&es und we with It. Perhaps wc lack a liUlo ldptii'. icrli:iiw the national lMasioii for THEY KISS AMI MAKI LIT Carranza and Villa Will Act in Unison. Hucrta Elected President "Some More" In Farcial Mexi- I can Elections. City, July 6. The Toturns of yw.cxday's elections were not It "was up to noon ascerjaincul frcyn official quarters, liowovor, niixl only 2 per cent of the nopulaUun 1nA voted n tiie States controlled ly tlic Ooveruinont. Mexico y. . Saltlllo, Mex-- , July 5, (via Laredo, Tex., Ju y C.) Hie diruon of the Nortfi, V'lla'e army, ha3 agreed to ucknovledo Jtio authority of Gen. Oarriunsw. aa "first chief" and wlU ieouln conunaiider of the division of the North, as a result of the coufcrcwcca hi n'orreon between of Villa and Carrepresentatives according to news received ranza, here. The conference has but ibeguu its work, at wus sail, the two points agreed upon being the first, presentof tihe ed for the gaittiwed n an qttempt to deal with Oio braxh Uotweaa their chififa-Th- at th first and jnnporitonit po'ive were Bgrccd upon with Buch Jittle fto ay has cupqed a feeling horo that otter pcaite ;wijl bo tlocWed witjh equal facility and iluat h.te differan-.c.- 6 between Gen. CarraiKU and Gen. ' ivijed out- Villa will il oa'-o- ly ThOjjNBlp asroVl uion ronrcaccvti couccSuflos' 4y bath aided, i. Kas the said. Gtti- - V 1 a, ixcord.ng ta iiews horo, rw.il wUtUdraw U s resig- nation as oomimaiultr 01 mo aioruii- ucn. tarranza (w 11 w nn- ern draw the woccptamco of tlw resgna- tlon and the JLvih'on of tie NortJi, including JJp fifteen Geuorals,vlll re- as their lojaUy to Oanunza "fibt chief" of U10 (Joustituuonai- .ion Kt army. filillU Gen-Villa cona-dcraitio- u ej div-slon. 3)coil makes toward flu'dlty and instability. We Uojd to Utile long enough to give it a fair chance. luu Prea.dent a no different tlian tlicwu wlu went before. Not alone tho Profcuior l3 djdacUc and Ukos a probable theory for fact-- Napoleon was i.i Ue hab.t of remarking at St. Ht'rci.u tjit of ull achievements bearing his name Jie was proudest of pj Code oecaUw it iwus mado for aiJ it is certain that it with fewer alterations Jias lasted than niua.. Ju much toe eamo way Woodrow Wilson contempUvtes his program and refers it to a iJOdJhulm-triibunal. And, as fo one auglo of Ins vision, wo can unhesitatingly agree with jliim. Time Will t'ejl- - Time alwajs does. v The Jierpts at Washington iiavo wakied .up to find Cncmselvta famous. Most, of them had as little notion Uwit tney were mak'iig nistory as Mo'lcftfe character that all his lifo 'ho had been talking iproae. It must bo ineffably conso.iug to them to know U41I the President is a very ser'ous personage, unwilling to miri.h 'n the wrong place or to strong .anguage at golf- - So', only heroes, and, remembering but Wash'ngtou in midsummer, not DiUy niiss.ouur'es, but martyrs. 'a partisan and posTJie itive. Hie inclines to (his own tftdo with tenacity and warmti'i. Democrats are like unto auuuj; otheis are Jnfcivor. His ;6 the bold eulogy of "a 3incere frnd oven when sjtak-iti- 2 of himself- tlifllt It is his superior master-ilian- d 's the Front Seat", it would be uiiKind to warn him against fruali pat, Louisville Hera'U. , M c p't-ab- ly Tho bachelor pulled tho pig's car to mako it squca) into Uio phone. J I award a'so found h .tothloaa grandmoth-o- r COUNTRY 'PHONES dropping her bowinfe (Jo hold n receiver to Jicr car Jo pet tho neighborhood ffosaip. Ho founld two Iboys sUMling down tho rocelvor when Uio New Device Stops Listening To folk wero out doing tlio chorea, dlo found Mrs. Mullfgiui iw'th tho reNeighbors' ceiver tied to her head bo that Bho might hear whVlo $ho worked on her sowln machine- dlo found a ,baby otandlng on n ohair "listening Jn" us ho had Boon his parents Tho good old pvcnlng entertain- do. in" on t'he telement of Sp Howard aworo ho would Invent phone lino on rural party telephone! an indicator and do ,awny mli nil is 400U to bo xx (Jung of tho post. this. Ho Jiis trlcll tho inutrumout "No more rubbering on tiio I'nos," out thoroughly on iio l'nca Jn Burt says A. O. Howard of (Tckaniah, Nab., County. It. works porfoctjy. Ho says who was "troublo shootor" and jnaii-ag- Uio rubbernecks havo bean annihifor so many years that Jie de- lated, tho gossip js out' cided lie would invent nn hiMlcator of bujincss, tho &avjng in .lrattery that would point out to tho wiiolo consumption will bo CO per cent', and l'no Jupt who wo3 the follow who the talk'ng seirvicd iwjlj ibo CO per butted in- cent hotter for having stronger batg 'I'll invent that indicator ilf it teries not cxliaustcd by endless takes mo all tho rest of jny l'fe," in- said Howard many years ago, "for PRIVACY FOR - If your pocket-boo- k could talk it would recommend the Ford. The man who practices economy and wants utility invests his dollars in the Universal Car. He knows it serves his every purpose best and at lowest cost. And don't forget Ford service and guarantee. Five hundred dollars Is the price of the Ford runabout; the touring car Is live fifty; tho town 'with car seven fifty f. o. b. Detroit, complete equipment. Get catalog nnd particulars from er long-wind- nl l't-onjn- BARNES AUTOMOBILE GO (INCORPORATED) il m ! 4n1iiiiirtim tnMitlnii , .' A tirwwia if i.v, Bucklon's Arnica Salve for Cuts, Burns, Soros. HIVU JlWNf wl Bltlk lie Jiad had endless trouble w'th tho linos because people listened in, brought on troublo in tho neighborhood ai.U runcd thousands of batteries. "And ho did invoM it'. It did not tako ih'm tho fiat of his life, lt ilfl take Jnm eleven solid years of hard work, however, to complcto tlie Now it is perfect and the pa'.'ont is applied for. How docs this Indicator tell wiho i3 Jlr- - E. S. Lopcr, larllln, N. Y. writes: "I Jiavo noior had a Cut Burn, Wound or Sore it .would not heal." Got a box of Bucklona Arnica Salvo Keop handy nt all t'mes for Bums, Sores, Cuts, ounds. Prevents Lockjaw. 25c at your Drug gist, m to-da- CENTRAL CITY. KY. M Out of Joint. Wo talk about our civilization, Und about our modern times; rafunius Best Diarrhoea Remedy. If you have ever used Chamber lain's Co!:c, Cholera and D'arrhoeal ReiIleuy you kuow tjuat lt j3 a Bu0. &im F Gulnn, WhnrJey, Ala, county, Kentucky, I will on Monday, juiy 13, 1914, eXpose at public aale at the court house door dn Hartford Ky., between the hours of 10 o'clock a- - m. i 3 o'clock p. m. ffihe follow-fail- s ianaa (houses andlotjs) or so much thereof as may bo necessary to jiro-D- r. duco auni3 required to (pay the taxes due from the respiectlive par- KrnntSa ine rrom aeau iioa to tue town ot tQT the Liberty," tutenifiously remarks tho Umo oreafte,. sot outj vJz. Presided, fioes Jiot consisi. jn try- - j, Ci Carpenter for year 1913 $6.32 Jngi tjgotafroatueat." 'o do not Jt c for year 1914 $5.08 recall that anyone anywihero Isa'd Joun Biair for yeftr mi $6.32 p STEVENS, tiioit it uiu; novoreiiH33, pnjy uiosu tlie iront, seat hao liberty. who Marshal Town of Hantfird, TJia: Ifa prce'stly the seutiinciiit tjiat cot3 M CoUector should cihuraccrisio Fourth of July or- atory, 5iappil diorced from Clio Henroost Sells For $378. 1'uo of :noro At an uuatlan sale held near Roth-orat Whot America Jias, S.at, that England, recently, the from iio ve.-first, claimed and of tlio Late 'roccor wua nu,nta:ncd j the uuossa'lab'e biruli-iigpkjecy curSome of tes-!iuI The Toxns JVonder cures kidney an bladder troubles, dissolves groAel, cures dltbctes, weak tnd lame backs, rheumatism, andall irregularities of tho kidneys and bladder In both men and women, uegulates bladder trou- bles in children .If not sold by your druggist, will send by mail on re- celpt of $1.00. One small bottle is two months' treatment, and seldom g to perfect a cure. Send for tlmonlals (roni this and other states, E. W. Hall, 2926 Olive Street, St. A leAas ouaer. writca, "1 hail measles and got caught out 3n the riljn .a1 Jt sett!ed in my stomach and bowels. I had an aw- tui time, and had lt not ,been for ciiamberlaln's colic, cholera and arpuo.ea RUlnedy I could not pusglibly liu)v(i jivod uut fQW tvours ioncer. but thanks to tiULs remedy, I am now wioll at Id strong." For sale by all deajlera. C,i Land Sale For Taxes. By 8ha,l virtue of taxes due me as of Hie town of Hartford, Mar- - Ohio n, amiter I j nee-evu'- ty Bpread-easl8-1,311- 1. li-ou- ui y d- a-- ht on S.i.'yifijy at (welcomed the rectcr came uion au o'iJ cupboard Ciikt Execufve standing in tho- farmyard, whoru lt And, aUUy tuoutlh, JIlo wo have hu.d been uje,d for oimo yoai3 has u voubibicaUy jm aimed puijdsjjoii tf licnrocpj. Ho bouJit ut for $25, lHl it that srno pixtfui i.h1 x3'jIt.oii, we have cleaned aad scrapid und found hlmsel iound the ja.1 une.nsy wJi tlie y possess, 1 of a Fittuenlli century oufAoni and tho ladd'ng ho cupboard. Tlnu (was bought by juorest Btr.i.v. ,Vo luivo never hoen Earl Fltsswllham lor $378. coutunt to threat our pouscslon as Among other InierosUng pieces A)J tho time we are neran heirloom. were nu airly Jacobean rofeotory vous uet thw fumu.hUiK.' ibo net in tab!e, which had heen rscutid by tho the lai'st tiS'iit.!. If w coujd lector from a bam and for .which $1,-3them a. irjli hIumI oX tho'r Hay imti u)d, and an cuk court cujit wo Jiiigut eoid'ut to take prnlo in board, dated 1614, wlu'eh went for tlitjiu fiM resit, j)ut we ca.11 not- $290. Au Elizabethan T Ibod Something uT this epir'f jilorces ftbn was sold for $100. New York Sun. the iiraUenUl jwrtornuiueo. With that fohc'ty o( jfirajif, that neatly turned Headache and Nervousness period, we have oumo to know u his j Cured. own, '.Mr. WiJon tolls us where tho "ChamUorlaln'o TablacB are eatltl- seat ueedj ptffililua uud v,iui is cd to all !tho Jraise can Kve thm," wrong witi Ue .jjmiigs. Attend to wriUa iNuw. Klchard Ohi, Bpe.nccrDort, tht?o Cilusv ut irf Uaud, ho ureSjJN. Y Thgy Jiavc cured aie ct baU-an- il 'twill fle woTtauanliko "faut- -' aeJvo atid riertouanpa ffi.& restored mo euil." Arrt cwt otnonwwe- 'to my normal health." "For tilo by Uut ilo ttriwt laiftw ibeter? Of all all dealers. wii-ch l'v-er0011-trifour-po&te- y diicvrul to her in that ious histories. aud del fitfully Auiericuu city One day when pocu-l'aij- the luil v bit ng a ff lend tho f ., But when 'n all creation AVhy, hy means of jnuaical notes. AVcro thintfj more out ot line? Evory telephone ls to he equipped with an indicator. Erery iudtcator W'n rush to bo first In feeding. ls equipped with a disc with teoth. The hungry Ju China, or Japan; This ls set Jn motion tho moment But turn a deaf ear Ho tlio needy ..l receiver, s takcta pff tho hook. WJ;o livo In our own (dear Jand. The teeth on (tho due jdck musical notes fpm keynoto tongues In the Our Uuvs allow unlimited emigration; Instrument. The high and low notes Free Trade iiitnita foreign grain; correspond to the short and long Our producers are robbed .without r'ngs peculiar U tho telephone tiiat limitation, is being tampered ,wfth. Whilo some foreigner reaps all th Thus, Jf ixil Jones' ring is a Short lailn. and v'wo longs, aild you are talking business and suddenly hear a high And what about tho situation, and two low notes over tho wire you "hen a court supremo shall ru'o "rub- That miU'onalreB Jcoop ujt their domwill know that Bill Jones bering in" on your business. ination, "BUI Jones, you got off that I'ne," But it's all wrong for farmers to you can shout to him- - It ts then oppool. tional with Bill whcUher ho will l;ot off tho h'ne or fight you a French Th'ngs aro far more out of order duel the next tJme you meet him. But With our army Jn Mexico, you Jiavo the dope on dilm. Than whon Joshua jumped the border, But the indicator does oven more And p'aed lieU withjlerlco. woiJdorful things itlhan th's. It. E- - BARRETT. In the fhst p'ace, when you call Sam Smith with Smlth'a two fihorw and two Jong rings Smith, takes I down his receiver and immediately For Infanta and Children. you hear c'wo high and jtwo low musical notes In your recofvor. You know Ifta Kind You Have Always Bought at oucq it !s Smith and ;iot thafl Bears the Joneis, iw ho is at itho other end-YoSignature of go abcjjj to talk business. gauges the Then tho indicator o eiliat length of tlie conversation, one niay comjdy with iho rules of the company. Whon tho rocelvor coinu(3i eiff Uue hook it sots the indicator into opLratui. At the end of four mlnutcis H runs down- - Then, it automatically disconnects you. Tliat's a hint that ou have talked long (tyfugh for a mere .v'slt. If It ls husinei3S, however, and you want to prolong the conversation all you' have to do Js to press down t!ho lovThe price of 9395 IacldTop,WUd- er and the spring fa iwound up for shield, Lawpaattd Tools auQther four minutes. The Saxon meets the demand Z Aga'n, iby thU means oue can tell for a low priced car that is both juat how long ho 'a using the longgooa ana goou looKing. it is a distance phono und does not need to big car for the price, with watch tho clock or ask central to call roomy.atreamlinebody; him Uowu when ho talks oo Jong. wheelbase; standard tread; ' The Indicator wiJI also reg'ster the horse- - '. ihours Jin ttho day, tho numbo' of shaft drive; month, or year, JJio phone is uwsd power Continental motor of ', in a '.veu home- - Tho t'jmo nvhou tlho special Saxon design; left drive ; receiver is removod and replaced Is with center control and other ' regis'ertU so that 2i is poj'blo to standard features. toll approximately how" Jong the Now is the time to place ', convera'itlon on a g4ven phono your order to insure prompt J has ibeen. This i!s of Immense advandelivery. tage t'o tho troublo man w hen the j .deny they over d'd anytliing M. D. HUDSON AUTO. CO., but obey all t'lio rules scnipulously. yjif r H'e looks at tho Jud.cator and reads tho entire history of the uso aiNd abuse of that phone- - Then Jio Hoiks from 'knowledge to tho porsons complaining or trouble. IJJovoii years ago .Mr. Howard jbuMt tho firel rural telepliono in Pholps FIGTURES! County, Neb. Thoro were forty-foKODAK m.les of it and twenty-sevo- n phones Mi the J'ue. Tho Inutrumentis wero Are nice to record the iixcd to their full capacity. Ho hhot troubjo for a while, Un'd then beeahie passing changes in little manager. But everybody waa listenfaces and big ones. ing on tlio lilies m that rtflio oatterrea became cxliaustcd rapidly, olid (Tie service was alwtas poor bocauo there were always a dozen or more receivYou ought to have good ers down when a party itrled (to (talk. Howard was always on t)ie.-gfixportraits made at least 1 ing things and "shooting trouble." once a year. Dur-a- s this (time be found Borne strange cactice resorted to by per-BoPhotographer There's on rural lines jwho wen anxious JUsU-to ill Hartford iu or commit nuisances on tlio I'uc. He found a .hachelo- - holding a pHt" o tho- - trau&unttor when persona pi ou Ci Jjue were U&'ug rousjlujB- - hutting in?" LOOK HERE! Now is the time to get the JOHN DEERE Wagons, Buggies, Cultiva- tors, Mowers, Hay Rakes and Hay Presses. Also Hercules Buggies. 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 implements from the dealer that has practical' experience and knows the implements to select. CASTOR A &yf& V WILLIAMS & MILLER, BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY. Ibut-lus- ky SAXON $395 NEW J. T. Vinson.fr Shoes, Hats,, Millinery STORE Son, Dry Goods, Clothing:, AT BEAVER DAM, KY. Furnishings &c, in fact, everytgng-'froJiead to foot for men, women and children. Tfae newest and most styles that money can bny and prices to meet any market. Our motto, '"I'flOR WOlllEb WORTH EVERY TIME" ip-to-d- ate t 96-inc- h -- uv-era- ge your business and will use our II best efforts to merit it. We want jja-tro- w t ttiiT J, T. VINSON & SON In New Opera House BIdg. ur I ss Fare3e2 DAILY foK. iT.fvfi.And BUFfALO J.-. i BETWEEN t r T" 1S-i-crr:ri- BUT a7 .llJf"lnlllMf",rl,,")''',,t,,, n? 1,1x1k U iL W ..i,'U ti3nk2iMB ' .. 'iwr '"8Wfc'.T -- -.- 1 ui Uigtl 11 U ft rti" -l- Ulwf "'' J'"'""t ., ,.I I ...u.-u- pmii. '"""""'Iuf (Uauuf uu 151 -a II II i I i Mm ns i SCHROEJEFj: t f (CeiiY.! bff'Ur 1it TMt l'i.iu i CwlUa rmiiui .i Babli Ut Mum BVlvMil ,j.m Hr tj..jv.r(ll. rol.H. blla4 Uckftt AA v.r bum Li.irl.a4 J C 1. iUt. V nn u. Ir UkImm iUwirato4Mtuun, few. huuUt (ur lltru.TMi .vM 4L1 A BUI' Uum rrrvniun .llT' PALO TRANSIT CO.. CI...I.... 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