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XXV1L PROMISES NOT MADE GOOD HARTFQRD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, JULY 24, 1914. lino's miners who nro unab'.o to eA employment will bo anxious for an explanation of why factories nro closed nt a time when they should bo running full blast. In Cnlifont'a tho citrus fruit growers liavo a complaint that will bg tho ooathitait bo heard clour acrc-oleotion. foro tho next nat'onal Changes in tho tariff Jaw liavo heavy losses ujxhi the grow-ur'- p t. of c'trus frullB nml eugur Growers of oranges and l onions in Itnly can gut thojr product Into tho New York market and other Eastern markets at a cost les tlinn tlio transportation rate- from California to, tho Atlautljc nbuard- - The reduction of tho tariff on sugar lias already ut industry a damper 0:1 ho beoi-augmil tliis will be mora Borjousjy felt lu one or two yeans hence. The failure of fiho ojdest and ono of tho largcut dry poods houses 'a tho country, whosij ossots Shrank a day bocauso of tho tariff allonges and tho failure of numerous banks and iidm'rial concerns will also bo topics upon which DomocratJg spolltt'uders will ho uujzzod. when they ask .hat their Congressman be returned. CHncJaaat Enqu)ror. ilx-oar 00 The Bourbon Jackass Is At His Old Tricks' Again sues between hlnibolf aod !ils leading opponent- - McCreary was dismissed wJth tfio explanation that bo had promised tlu.o jmub Ugu that he would aiover run for anotlior office if For That Reason Complaint Is Long and Loud. And Republicans Are Confident , i That They Are Coming elected Governor. Instead of confining himself (jo J.lh duu.es in (i!iat offilce b'ald Gov. Itocklioni uo Cms used all 'lus linio ilr vlnj; Brakes in h s Child racu for Senator to Uu: negilect of his duties and iiufferod "Jio SUite dtbt to Liacrisse p an alarming extent. During tho speech Uiero wns little aplause, Ibu at Ws cIobo he was kylven Wed in quilto pn ovation. STRK STORY of Love Match Abandoned. is Illiteracy in Kentucky. Secret Because Their Parents Hated Each Kentucky lias 208,084 men and wo Other. Back Into Power. men, according to the last report of tho United Staes Census Bureau, H who cannot read and write valualil'e Chicago, July 20 The CMcagsy t'htrago, July 14. "Wo will material ga'jig to waste good ieople, iluoo tho cost of living; wo will muko but uu a aUito of tnutol darkness. Herald publishes the following story In which Kentucky peoplo figure: Ohio County has 2,003 of theso It jtowib'o for the poar but honest T' io are no namtb in uus story A anovemnto is on foot worklngiiinn to liavo beefsteak, w1fc!ch five-yeBecause of a blue-eye- d to give these people a chance like the Uio iniquitous Republican pulley has old grown people of Rowan County had Mary who should never know until rujtcrvcd cclufliely Tor the rouW us'ior la their Moonlight Schools- In that she 5s old enough to know and underbarons; we w'll make wag-any Jyiu, pmces of tho liocoasilUes of county men and women past eighty stand aud possibly forgive. Because of a man and wife Who-learned in a fo'.v tweekjs to read and Jifo lower; wo will stump out Alio write. Only twenty-tlueitolicy which nukes the rch literates stumbted into the potu wiho suffe.ped were left in that county, though Uiero iu secret and who will conUnue.-td- ' . man richer Viml tho yvor man wOiea were 1.1G2 aaits aadtlieyofiSuW iMWror," the Moonligat lsuXtor.whHe , ol the . Frrtlea of the Dictograph. Schools bdgan, three yars- - ago. .A bojpennrtted to This wus tho Because 'of a man auajvosialifi?t apecch.es made by the Dnocrai'c number of Kentucky teachers have Ia tike now celebrated Carman cam taken up. Hie tnoyement, aid JMoon-l'g- waom God "ilenlod f fsprinarli?;fei"'-hav- e orators about two years ago. A tho dictograph has (become a sensataken unto thejr heaitp and-- , Schools are 4eing con'dttoted Jn of tho votus of the country tional witnr-pcf a woman's Imlotisv. - IIa(f a number of counties In the" State. accepted she argument and the immihomsthe baby abandoned Ty a bjr uot Mra. Carman Installed th's v The Kentucky ICHteracy Com'sslon Olid a gir when' expediency overrulisws, uui oamoiuiiig suu. u. '..- flllcnt J(tUe coafaiQrato Bho would lie-, allj.jxU a cog somewhere, and the has opened headquarters 5n the new ed love. learaed the 8eonJU of Ucr And, (because publicans of tho Middle West - husband. If ahe ha not wJed on iU State capital at Frankfort, and iwiU sfadly give Information or lead as- t The "moving ifingcg" iwroto fiht now taking th fullest advantage w'oUona her Jealousy wou!d not have . sistance to any who are interested they should hate each other wiY-- Ijhe toe fucu Wages, excejA whore Uey!bee . ht h to malevoteooe have been arbitrarily forced up by It not been for the combination of la stamping out Illiteracy trom Ken- cold, deadly, never-dyin- g tucky either in Moonlight Schools or of a Kentucky tcud. They did, and labor unions, tho Republicans point dictograph and Jealousy she wouM by Instructing individuals n their jtjiey do to thiS day, but no pne knows out, are 110 higher ana the cost of not be languishing behind prison bars x living is no lower. There lp, howev- today. homes- - Thg Commission is composed the reason why- - ' PSYCHOLOGICAL DEAD LETTER OFFICE at Mrs. Cora Wilson Stewart," Preftr er, tliis slight difference: Alany men early manhood they left too In the. little town of Evanston s Idont; J)r. J. G. Crahbe, Secretary Blue Grass State and Fate, with Che wlio had work' aV that time tit wage (IU., another' dlotograph senaaqn hasL,' (S OENVEB BOY tlu.t wore fairly satisfactory ore uow' IS NOW CLOSED and' Treasurer; Hon- - Barkadale Ham- - malignant persistence with which oho crowded lnU) jhS. nwpapera. A WONDER i'dlQ. .Many oUiera arc only ablQ to CnJcaB0 lmbH-Cherry, a:d perjures those oncnarlad 4n her.reJb, !ett, President H. noV a ooasni cu la Mis Ella Lewis. None of those men brought thefir 'wandering footstexs. tp In limited houiB. As far as they'0U3 fJ ft ,urfo ulyoroe knd Uiosc dependent uiou tlmint arc mi t;lrey holographs, occupjlng Cleo Smith Has Statistical Decrease in Lost and Misdirected and woman are to be paid yfor their p. halt to a little town in Michiigan. rrservices. Can we not lend them a There they settled. the ferent )oaltlon8 ,n tha ,houS6hDjd but N l)roj)C6iUan Juw devo!-a- ll hand? It s our Kentucky as wall as They grew wiith the community. ' Mail Responsible For Knowledge Which Baffles 0MUeHllg ,n an altlc roon)( jffure "rovtoo ag ,Jng witnMJ0S. oikU. but with u their Kentucky- - Let us wjpe illiter- One became tho leading banker pndtho acy out of Keatueky by 1920, when other Its priilnont lawyer. Success . Scientists. Closing. C"8H4. h. so far as the Tho dlc'joi-ra- i Taking up tho beefsteak arguingut senao pf hearing is concjmed, pracoame-b- ut the next census- is iAkou. jthe- - oWme.anoor 39- i r1 r a starter: Cattlo hold 'n Dliicago tically annlliVates nil mainea. wncai uie omenU4ee x so lurtltJons (Washington, July 18. Tho "dead Roosevelt Endorses Republican cial or businttis life HfUlJ a command IDoaver Colo., July 21. Tho Colo- at $9.75, the klghdat iwlut last privacy. Va uso for personal for Gov- - of New York. New Psychology Society, ing flnger courtesy ruled, but that of tho ytar. lloovo.1 iiold tar ollgtu:ly letter" office in the postal Alepartmeat 1(Plvnte oikU ,wlll nveUc a do-- rado tlian ?9, cuuollns tho record cldod imvelw rollowins tho nublcity l08d of Dr-- Duren, J. H- - Waud, At- - in Washington Is no more. The last Oyster "Bay. N- - Y.. July 22. The W03 all. . ,.. . f .fA.ii..lf K'nn'a C Snnlratr W k Vf IMKl auction sale of old letters and par- - candidacy of former Senator Harvey . AIHMIU4 , mi'J H.)I. . lV'nnil'f.l r S).r.C. given .. . n .. ... . ... .... w. ...op And they married. To tho lawyer u taeao tw-- cases. Cattlo receipts on tlw ilate Uiebo quo- Oll0 can qu ckjy undersrind from Tuoru'bure and others, has 'been re- - co's ijias been Jield; 44,500 (wa3 realiz D- - Htaman, of Birghamton, for tlho rvxo iuwlu.1 a lux aiiu uuw uiia uuuinx?. UUot were takm were 4,500 httid, ylC8e two exmp'ca tho ubu!--- e tliat Js C0:itIy making iuvostigatons uto the ed; 80 employes woro discharged br gubernatorial nomination at the .Re- a daughter was given. against 3.GS3 a year ago, und hog 1K)83iui0 ja .no indjscrminate usq of wpudorful jerfonnance8 of Ceo Smlpi transferred to other dorVartnianta and publican primaries was indorsed 'toFate, remorseless, threV boy $afl Samj is conducting his "letter 1 20,000, ngainat. l7,3'.'6 tIlJ (jj'ctDgrUf j nx1pts night by Theodore Roosevelt. In a girl together in school r in play and 0n its face it is a a Denver boy, who Is best known as Uncle an'd who, 'n business" more off 'cantly. a year ago, bo the prices cannot bo n,'anfCSj unfa'r admntago for any- - tue ""an formal statement Col. Roosevelt calls In the youthful activities of a small attribuu-to a.ehortage. Tho office was really abolished ;be- - upon ''aU rood citizens, no matter town. owa specialty, that pf remember- Pinafore and knlckerbocker ipao to But WOmea are'Ws It appcare from this that tho poor nQt jjartjeup nbout quc8i0n 0f ing numbers and statistics, is a prod- - cause of he big decrease to Jost, mis- what their party affiliations," to fruendshlip grew as the years rolled r, pven granuiig wuu. uo fcUruesa when licJr paasns or uus - 'sy woo s Doing comparea wiLa wii direct pr unsigned pieces of mall, join in support of a Stae tickett, "tiho by, and ono day before they were , is gerune o:s wagqpraiwnpiH, iiiOp0j0n m gro-y- , are aroused- - There 1Iam Jane8 ws, the Harvara pne- - ana oocause lowers aaaressea io success pf which would mean the ov- out of schoolthe chrysalis of friendIs"0118 w0 caanl argue, Is Just as far awaj3 foirad are mope erthrow of both Mr. Barnes and ship burst ailU radiant Hove came y dictograph a Jure to the ' nomeum' forth. from the rch man's beefsteak as he Within t,wo years this boy has ac- - speedily disiposxtl of by opening ma- - Mr- - Murphy." J it nrfm tT, tnnn of was before tho Democratic political ,..-- ,.,For a while boy and gir) kept tfeeir In lias statement he said: a twm4iinii. complished the unbelievable task of , chines and quick clerto VM.V ! phjslclaus took charge of h's case- Hhnni.i n k rwbeins able to give from memory ' But why the "dead Jotter" oClce is "in this campaign I have a duty wonderful secret to themselves. 14 ' , secrotary-treas- , "right off the reel" the population to be abolished hero the mlodirectea to t' Duncan McDonald, Progressives of tlio nation WRtl have tbeen sncrtlegB to talk ol all the dties in.Wio iworld having 'ma'l matter in tho future is to bq ' anld a duty also to the State of Now about It. Then the brutal realitiet uivr pi uie iiuuob .muio orKlT, nu- - u ,fl ft j prln0,p,e w ' drying U.e State Efficiency and than 90.000, the names toif all .tributed to 15 o'ties throughout the York. In national politics, insofar as of life crept into the roseate picture- (fl pvm)ly rf f, H Kcoaomy GommlUco Just week, on- - MM, and H is the right pt each the capital cjfes of the wort'd, giving 'country- - For instance,- - if a latter-i- s I am able, I shall endeavor to strive Would papa? Would he and be Al- nounced that 40.000 of the 90 ;000 j lndJvldual fe for tho success of tho principles em- forget that horrible mysterious somo- not their altitude; the popu'ation of every. mai,ea ft111 SppiugfeWT Ohio, to lot members of his order n the State y ,n. county seat iu the Un'ted Statd3; bony, N. Y., and tho address is cor- bodied in the Progressive national Uhiiug that bad embdtibenli,' two UvJ7 dragged are out of work IstalUvtloa pf ji dictogmpb. n the the altitude of every olty of the Uujt red and' there are no return- address platform. Therefore I shall oppose the Daughter crept Into daddy's arms and Jiauy ci Haw nuuvip are ihY,,vM)lo1 top off... n. . ed States, and th)e uunrbar of miles on tho eavelpoe tho latter will be policies ottue plvlseat Administra wihispcred hjie tale; son stood before' tjio Unit- sont .to Chicago,1 whero it w'll be tion, wJiJch I regard as daepjy in father aud told tho story. verge of Etnrvatlon," so'd 'Mr. Mc less there bo a dlslnot public ser-vo- o of raiircad Jn each State in Dpjiald, "pa wo have not enough. The o'U hatred Mazed forth and ed Staes and iu every country Ju Ihe opened. If informatllon as to the jurious alike tjo the honor and tho to be reoderod, is. la."le!tinite weeping girl and angry boy went nono.v in our rolicf Jund to supply violation pf ithat right. worM; the number of farms dn each name of the sondgr is written therein interest of Uie American people. lotter will bo forwarded back to .them all. Eighteen irt'nlng companies "But In thiB State the prinie need fort to moot In secret aud wonder (More speolflcaliy his prin- - State; the number of farms h each tho State; tho population of every city Springfield. Is for a sood ciUzans' movement, a why fate was bo uniinkd. failui Uujt year, and probably 'cljUo rf Jrlvacy e Ooq day they manrjtil, not !n To Benjamin Franklin probably bo- - union movement, to save tho State more than that number will! fall th's in .tho oaso of tporeous who are legal- of iiloro thaji 100,000 population, both town, but in another not for ycar." People of Illinois had no Idea ly authorized to receive priv'-legein the United States and Canada; tho Jougs the d'stlnctjcm of utanting tflio from the bipartisan control of Me38r3-BarneIce- of "u and Murphy, precisely like away. "7-"V" 1111"'"1- dillustry until Mr. MflDonald coramunioaUons n physicians, law- - length, pf every principle river 5n the , dead JottervdlvLsion tne uho poatoff VrJx T. WQrJd. fore4 eaerai so'ern- the good citizens' movement, of At first It was a secret, but soon m ov- - When ido seat of t ' came to tno iront wuui too taois what m 'enieiit, of it became, aparent that it could not ponilcJons effect this rock ery city and In every State, telling meat was In Philadelphia, Franklin the good citizens' j3 TJiero arc various causes for which tho Rrogressivo jurty in tho bo a secret forever. So on Borne pre Jifjs uso of the dictograph in top-l''ii- C tho number of Indians, Chinese, Jap- - had a bureau wihcro ntUirecteu, co:ijllt1on, which to attributed to etc.; the total. number of for- - tarswow examined. Tho dead letter Cjty of Now York was tho heart and text or tho other they left the"r re personal confidences may posof coal. When- - factories sibly have, olsaera In ovory State; Uie date of offico as eatabllshed horo In 1823A core lost year, .when wo saved tlio spective homes and, met in "the Wispr tliu unless Btatos wero city from tho domination or Mr. Mur- consin woods." Thoro for several aro cjcfacd, or running lialf time, Sip Uoo of fills admlssiljou to the Union- of every Ueforo i860 few detailed roco:ds ie(5UlatD of all kinds oro clover llttlo tnstrumont. of uttCT freo-UowJi.tu iudustrks State, tlio number bL manufactori kept of the receipts in Uie dead lettw phy. I (bopo with all my heart that weeks they lived hUlglug as closely us possible, the But tho greatest, day In a In 'every principal olty in tho United oico altliougjli ono o!d book in tho tlio l'rogresalvo party oftttio State will Tlio ikiJo of theso tnetrumrats or donwud tor coal d'nUiilsUMjgve pom- -, th0 mm of showed that in 1830 tliero tako tiip lofjd in Uio fgjht for clean, woman's Ufa was approaching and States t department . Smith, as a lttt!o fellow, before ho were 380,000 letters referred to that nonpartisan government In tho Stoto they camo to Chicago- - A bobyo. lUt- gjrl new raJJ. and the miners Jose top r WnIcal aguncy is could talk, knew eJghtynfour cities bureau.' In 1859 in rcsponso to o pou- - at larB this fall. In New York State tieToday was bom In. Oak Park. what they are ashamed of positions and they and and countrllqs by heart from their at0 rosolut'pu tho postmaster cenor- - wo Bee at Ks worst tlw development , utaolutoly ui.lc it is to lestrohunpry. Tho ,rlco of beefstok pteturtu. His mother, who bad, when al roponUU that U10 receipts of ar- - of tho 'systoni of bipartisan boss they did. Five years of anguish and ltonsOTHB implennt of co:s and lotters for the year nuinbcr- - rule. JThe outoome of this. Bjstem is remoreo have not balanceVl tho scales. ..u r Icn'mlnalB or minds with criminal ttie baby was lrn, an Insatiate do- uu tondoadesneccfsarily that invisible sovernmont Slie could (not, would not go back jerejicu vu iuioiii, iu M"-ttlre to travol, us,cd to sj)ond aU her ed 2,500,000- wi iioltlier- la 1875 thoro wero 20 men and 50 which the Progressive jiarty was in home with a baby; he well, ho adspare timo in looking at tho Mlffer- Iy)uUlIcan orators wll not Jack out places pf tho world. A coffee loom- - women employed In this bureau and largo part founded to oppose- - It Js mits it .today-- was a' coward. They Langley Sees Koosevelt- " I. .,'! 1..1.I...1 this material Jn thojr campaigns i;iu H u pauy at that time packed in bach he office wa3 mentioned as a "model Impossible to socutv hto economic mvviuvu u uuauuiii .1.. UVIIJ Washlngton, July A Til. year. In tho East t)ioy can' jiolut o , Mr. and airs. Chester T. Krauoora aa n PUUtUin rt tivtmn tAM4fel social and industrial reforms to which . ... - ... . flUil U tilmfiiiio Ul OWUW fjwrv V i t" of ndujtryy anu punctuality. Kdio looir.j in tlio cotton factories.-I- iwod. w. liingwy nwimeo wiwmb-- 4 ,,mrnpd t fow0 coi!sted of wo are pledgoU until this Invisible live In Evanston. They, too, pad a 01 .ftBn tv hut ycar j tlio Middle West they will tjnd tngton Friday from Oyster Bay, where know by "Jjleht, before ho' couldi speak, about lSO'Persons and more tiian n,-- . Government of the party bosses, baby, but it was upstairs la Ito orib steal m'llH and other Industries plps-- d ho said he had a conference wiih Theo.009,000 pieces of mall matter Iwere working through Uie alliance between while tjhe littjo bugy stood on' the or'operatlug on reduced Jims. In dore Roosevelt- - He said tlmt )io spent politics, verandah of the Bradford resldflnce-Fathu- lot it bong rotuncy to crooked busjueto and Emnty leer Iito uolltCbs Miith the placed 'it there- - The young Oio JJouth tlw sugar planters and three hours talking 'Bonders. ia rooted out of our governmental that ho 'ob- - Parkersburg, W. Va.f July IS. To ' father had a 'friend who lived In system." their employes aro destroying th lurmer PrmJikfat, and uadarstandlng a Bitlsfaotory fCCkham SpeaKS. avoid paying Iho.Foderal tax U local V Evanston, a young man, DemocraUc party. In all directions tho Tay Your Taxes. what RoseTolt has iu mind Ibnwjng company today had R. L-- ' J. C. W. Beckham spoke nJuvjttds, the Jiirgeat einiwyera erf la- who necessarily must' Uve la. a dod Has, deputy internal revenue coUec- - to a fair sized audience fet the (court For th.e convenience' of the tax neighborhood. And with Uto a'ddresn iv have toree ilU Mlicr- - rcgttnwng ais luiurejpoiiKcai pians. tor. uuporvlso tho ibstrucUou of 17,- - Loues hero Jast Friday aXUrooon, Ho payerp, I will bo In Fordsvillo on as a pivot In 'seeking a .h6uso In economized to the breaking pojiil wise Taxes Die For 1914. 000 KUllons of Uvr which liad been had probably twice us many as beard Wodnesday and Thursday, 29th and which their baby would receive at farmers will want to know about the Wo have received ttw tax books and loft 0vr whon WteU' Virglida went Mr-- Stanley a short time ago, but 30th of July, 1914, two days bnly. Ipa&t a chanco of decent upbringing, tariff, which odm'ts the Canadian ,m the oung cowards started tor Evansmany ladlgs out to hear K.i tA 4.JVW Atll OOVA 4)lA pf Aity.and cuts down are now raiily to glvo you a rocoit. dry July 1. The beer wias run but there produces, ifiwo call at thlB oXco at your eiir- of tho rata Into the Little Kana-wl- BocWmm. lie, devoted almost aU bis exprtisj) of comlug tp Hartford pn ton. Hajif a-- , block before they reachjbhe irofiln, but liio brings no Ph ote riwr. Under the prohlbktion law time jto a defense of his awn, record these days. Cannot receipt you Jn of- ed their friend's house they saw tb xeti urn In the way of cheaper brisid llest convenience and ssMil. 8- - O. KBOWN, lutoxicants can no louder be manu- and to attacks on Stanley, .He did fice for precincts named. . or tho things Oioy buy rtU bh pro(Coatinued on Eighth Puse.") v Afeo U- S. O- - KEQWN. SaorMf. Sncr'ff OWo Co. not discuss any 'j$uf,' crops. Th 40,000 H- - 5itf. factured or void Ja tap state. coeda of ar us roLain-bso(jjWSkty ht 1. - b. i-- ot '. "higher-wages-lowe- -- cort-oMv.D- - wk K com-beW- er r.-- o ' , nanj wago-carac- I ai.ai I dis-mo- ro pvlt - u.h.m. joPj d the-hom- s 11- ,,0,, jot-anp- iit nccry ..jn.u .,.b v - nta- . Th, ivr. e ted - ', well-to-d- o Bx-Go- v. - we - ut thr i . d ,13k. 8afety of Principal li Mora Essential Bad For the Old and Helpless Native Than Big Returns. In Dutch New Guinea. First, hen U a quututlun from a Concerning it peculiar custom discovthrift preacher: It Takes a Lot of Flags to Fit Yet It Was a Dish For Which He ered among the natives of Dutch New "Mirny fortune have bivn tnc.ile and Guinea, this Interesting description Is W - "as' '1W Out Uncle Sam's Navy. many more will bt nud through wl Had Yearned For Years. Riven by A. K It. Wollastoii in the Mnny furliincx nre lot. Investment Oeogrnphlc.il Journal: "On top of the 11,,, fim thmiiih ttiiivl.. tiit'ttrt!iuiir USE COLORS OF ALL NATIONS.! thrifty habit n.l o.i.Miltiti:: with ex A TRAGEDY IN GASTRONOMY. first steep rldce we came to the Urst native dwelling that we had seen In perienced Iterxuut like couservatlvtj the country. It was n rectangular bit niter will give one the wisdom nee wooden structure, raised on plies about Each of the Big Vessels Carries About vssnry to handle uiune wLelr." Bouillabaisse as 8ung by Thackeray Ave feet from the ground. A sloping Five Hundred Ensigns of Various Second. I net down it quotntlon from, and as Served In a Famous Marladder or two or three poles tied toKinds and Sizes Severe Tests to the advertlemetit of n wNe and con seilles Resort Proved Vary Different gether leads to a narrow platform, ! aervatlve Investment hunker: Which the Material Is Subjected. Propositions to an English Epicure. behind which Is : the living room nbout mnnev nil "In lending ur Something like fSO.OOU a year Is re- - possible care should he taken to uuard We " know that famous poem of ten or twelve feet square. In the middle of the floor Is n square fireplace, :iulrcd to keep Uncle S.im s tunny naval against ha.ty or Impulsive decision. Thackeray's which beclus, usually lined with sand or small vessels proiierly equipped with flail". ! Every endeavor should lie made to as- - A street there Is in fans famous in addition most every other depart- - semhle such reliable information na Ff which no rme our lamruase yi,K stones. The .walls nre made of split w'" Permit of the eiTi-lof Intelll and Roes on to tell of the tavern where poles placed closely together, and the incut of the government appropriate various sums for ll.iir for bulldinirs iwt Judgment. The .n.iii who assumes the genial Tltinarsh In the days when roof Is made of the le.ives of pamlanus nnd ship under Its control. In all. t",,, "ttituce townru all investment he was a Purls conesnoiident "ate iiud ' ,,r or " P:"" ' miy napiien to grow In the neighborhood. Tliere was a my It Is safe to say the Lulted States proportions comes to have nn inercas- - drank the bouillabaisse ,n8 regard for the element of eonservo As n result of that delightful poem ter.v about that first house which wo spends $12u.O0 it year for tings. ordinarily the tirst man to tens of thousands of englishmen hate were never able to solve. It was rvl The largest factory belongs to the ,,,,,u' ,u,(1 ." of Investment ex- - yearned to eat bouillabaisse Thacke dently quite newlr built, n sma'l ruivy. In a large mom. called the "il.ig 8'!k the X ray puts It so beautifully. The steam- - Inc bad Iven made about it and n few nt Brooklyn navy yard half n ' Pens." Conservatism In Investment means. Jug dish of stewed tl.sh that he con banana and dracoenas recently planted hundred skilled needlewomen and nuite :i few men are kept constantly at work. first of all. keeping the principal sum Jures up In hs llne-h- uw appetizing It "Outside the house were n number u'll!,t profits It to get 7 or 3 beenis! I know that It was quite early of men. women and children, the men Ofliclnlly it is the naval (lag making es- saftftnblMiinent. Pf cent a year ou your money for In my teens when I first read that occupied In rooking large quantities of Thousands of tings are required to three or four years If at the end of poem, and from that momiiit there yams and sweet potatoes and great supply the hundreds of vessels, from 'hat time misfortune of any sort over- - was formed In my mind a linn resolve lumps of pig's flesh. We naturally battleships to launches. On entering tnfce the company you Invested In to to eat some day of bouillabaisse, supposed that It was a sort of house .My opportunity rnme not long ago the ting I ,ft the visitor's first linpres. u'h an extent that you would find warming, a1 In one sense It turned nlon is a blare of color. Bolls of bright w'u"t you Ull,e PJ'd 100 for Is worth when 1 visited Marseilles. It was out to be. The men shook their heads bunting nre heaped everywhere. Long 0,l,y "'' And when you leave the nearly half past 9 when I sat down In nnd pointed In a mysterious way tolines of electrically driven sewing ma- - rond of conservatism In putting your, the dining room or the hotel, ward the houe and made the curious chines, with women operators, are reel- - money out to work this Is exactly the "There Is no bouillabaisse on the sign which they nre accustomed to lug off nnd putting the finishing touches i experience you are likely to have, menu." I said severely to the maltre make when they talk of something disBetter keep your money In the sav- - d'hotet. "1 have come to ilnrsellles to American and foreign ensigns of BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY. lnany.dllTerent hues nnd sizes. In nddl- - lugs bank, where It will earn about 4 specially to eat It." He replied that It agreeable. Then they Invited us to cent and where. If you wish. Inter-- ' was not a specialty or the house, but enter the house, where we found an 'r tlon to our own flag, the nary has to keep n supply of every other nation In wt will be comjiounded. until you are that It could always be prepared. How old man sitting by the flrc lie was diseased nnd decrepit, but appeared by certain of the souudness of long would It take? Twenty-livthe world which has a coast line. i Iosltlvely mln Each battleship, cruiser, gunlioat or the Investment advice you receive. ntes. perhaps a little longer. "But I no means likely to die. He took a .scout in the navy requires about COO Adding to the saved sum in a savings tnnj monsieur would find It rather keen lnteret in our appeannee nnd enloyed the tobacco which we gave 0ne d.ealer r .agent n TTJj Hags to outfit lis flag locker properly.' hank. too. Is a mighty good way to' heavy at sucb a late hour." Heaped up. they make a pile shoulder fasten the thrift habit upon yourself. He was not encouraging, this maltre him. "When we returned five days later ns your nrsc uuviser in invest-long- . d'botel. I did not accept for a sell Evinrude Detachable Rowboat and Canoe nign and twenty or twenty-liv- e feet moment s The foreign flags. Incited In can- -' meut some one who has selected Motors, which are advertised in oil reputable hU suggestion that bouillabaisse was we found the place utterly deserted bags, hear the name of the eoun-- ! vestments for the sjvlngs bank. From too heavy n dish for naif past 9 at and the house n blnckened heap of magazines of the world. This advertising try stenciled on the end. The remain- - him learn what the elements of sound night. Thackeray had not bilked about ashes, on the top floor of which were campaign reaches thousands who have use ' Investment are. Go slow! Johu M. heaviness. But twenty-fivder, including (lags for ordlnnry use. for portable and detachable rowboat minutes: lying the ehnrred remains of human bones. It wns Impossible for nny one signaling, etc.. are wrapped without Usui son in Chicago .News. 1 ordered an motors, but wbo would have no use for launches on omelet. bags and numbered at the end. Each account of lack of time and no summer homes. Write At midnight, walking down the fa to siy five days earlier that the old Hag has Its separate place In the flag promptly for particulars aa to bow representatives are aaBBBBBBKtrsaal ftaal LURE OF THE OPIUM PILL mous Cnnnehlere. hack to the hotel. I man was snlng to die Indeed, he must with and protected. Begin operations at looker. A quartermaster would be refor ntontln or eren years. j was balled by n familiar voice It was nnvc once so as to abtaln the fall benefit of the season. buked severely If one became mis- And the Way It1 that.of a friend whom I had not seen Wn!,t w ma-- Imaln? to have hap the Cost Piles Up as placed. Each ship follows the same orEVINRUDE MOTOR COMPA NY or " long time. Gratefully I grasped pened was tins: That as ne wns Enslaves Its Victim. der hi his. so that any one familiar 292 Walker Street, MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN to get alxint nny longer and find In the American Magazine appears' bls nand nnd ,,,,fl "lm tbttt ' Intended with the' flag locker on one ship knows ""hibalsse as soon ns possible his own food, his relations did not In an article entitled "A Modem Opium t0 eat the location of every flag on any ship. tend to support him ami that the consider-man- . And m-- resnw, Uncle Sam pays about $3.!"j to outfit Eater." written by a former newspaper' ab'y ef,"aneed fur him was when he told me that he preparations we saw were really for who became a victim of the, v.icb ship in the service. This multiPhotographer's Paste. bad eatcD some ,h!U Tery afternoon, his funeral fenst. but we were puzzled plied by the number of ships will show habit nnd Is now a convict In a penl-- i A paste which will prove permanent tentiary. The following extract froman nour nfter bU arrival In Mar by their having cremated him In a TWimal that Hags are not an inconsequential "e,,,M- Is made of ten parts of arrowroot, one newly built house." item of naval expense. The foreign his article gives an idea of the amount. ' related are was the true spirit, and hundred parts of water, one part gelto him. with some bitterness. of money required by nn opium eater: ensigns nre all made twenty-fiv- e feet atin, ten parts alcohol. Soak the gel'By this time the cost of opium had, "I'enence witn the maltre d hotel MADE HIMSELF SAFE. long and, thirteen feet wide. They are ""1'THAOC-MARKprutnpUr UlnJ atin In the water, add the arrowroot, Hell, it Is rather heavy stuff," he u cvuoin. or n J i M. ,oUaui PATENT appreciable and ued whenever an American warship become a very From u few pills eriiia said. But brushed tills aside, and we having been previously mixed with THAT PAt .!rtl,Uimttwrourfl4-- , a nent expense. at first Young Befiemer Had a Cautious as enters n port of another nation. The I a small quantity of water, and boll Sen I irorfel. photoer urk-l- t for fWtC riwrt I Increased my allowance day by day arranged to meet at lunch on the mor flag of the visited nation Is hoisted at Well as an Inventive Head. ra iwmiuauij. ri four or five minutes. When cool, add row. when I should have the best that T" prwtW. SUA- the" top of the foremast while the until It took thirty or forty 'fun' ia Chi ,',r,-eiiieThe most trivial incidents have often tho alcohol and a few drops of car PA93ING RIFCnCNCCS. rorfr.OuU ' could give me. nese measure; there are seventy-sion rrnn ,! wrlt to originated the fortunes of our richest bolic acid or oil of American ship salutes. It Is also hoistB03-B0- B There are. as ererytiody knows, two men. cloves. Seventh Stroat ed when returning salutes of foreign fun In 1 an ouncei to give me the mental j Take, for example, the fortunes WASHINGTON, D. C. relief craved. The physical craving- - ' P'ces nt Marseilles for bnuillahnlsH made vesels in American ports. Bessemer Best Diarrhoea Romody. and Basso's, on the Vleux genius, out of Bessemer, steel. This Tin- - most showy nnd expensive flags the body's demand for It can be s;itis ''''rnl'i young had some Idea I'url- - We decided on Basso's, It you bavp ever usod Chauibor-lain'- s In the lot are tliom of foreign nations." lied with approximately the muiif. of ninllni; steel out of iron, but a wild lucoulrnlly. I poor, umoiiut each day. The mental craving! "Bouillabaisse," Colic, Cholera and D'arrlio.'a) although the United States lias two newly married young man luis the mind's demand lucreJs-edully Pa,d no attention to what my friend no means Hags that are clo.e rivals, the flags of of experimenting on a large Remedy you kuo- tiiat It is u buc-cume. What satisfies too little to- ol"dered. So other the president and vice president. They morrow, uud sotonight Isfedl even nor- -- Rut 'n a minute ordish aInterested look- - scale. The story I must tell ns I heard Sam F. Gulnn, WhnJo, Ala. so on. curious lequiie the longest time to make of nial I now needed To It from an Intimate friend of Bessemer writes, "I haxl measles und gat caught three or four times ' log mess was set down before him any (lags. It takes one woman , out Jn tho rata, ;iad It sotCod in t.itV ......... fcUIIJK 11J aud Is a true tale. TAh.ta ffi.i. n.uu juuic .. uut. .... the half dozen pills which at first had to finish each one. The president's After Bessemer had In his smalt lab my stomach aud bowels. 1 had uu a'.v given me such exquisite pleasure. To eat?" I nsked. Hag is a blue ground with the coat of "That's bouillabaisse." he said, "but oratory experimented with the metals ful time, and had it not ilxjcn for nrms of the United States In the cen- -' get the exhilaration, the soothed nerves. it's not and at last obtained the desired result I craved. I, like each of mine." the contentment t'T. The life sized eagle with out- - ' the millions by blowing air through melted Iron he Chamberlain's colic, cholera und di1 started. This bouillabaisse, this before me, bad to use more Ueniydy I could not ptuiUily stretched wings ami other emblems nre and more looking stuff, with Indigestible found in the bottom of the crucible a arrhoea each day. nil hand embroidered in silk. The silk famous steel. Now hatve Jived hut a few lioure longer, "Thirty-sifun of opium at retail looking lumps of fish floating In a bil- little lump of the how to make the dis- but thanks to tills romody, I am now s iiseu eosis ?j a pound. The vice an average. $3. A fifty cent ious and oliy saffron liquid! I know the question was (lag Is the coat of arms on a cost, at He put the lump of well artd strong." For aalo diy all my 'cook' and a quarter for the not what I bad expected bouillabaisse covery public. tip to Held of white. Both flags are made in privilege of the room in which I smok to be. but it certainly was not this. steel Into his pocket and made his way dealers. two sizes. 10 by 14 feet nnd a by 5 feet. f ed a There was n piece of fish which I rec- to Nnsmyth of steam hammer fame. made my habit cost me about The Inrger is used on ships and the day. which mude a ghastly bole on Nnsmyth's desk, You're Bilious and Costive. in even ognized as eel, and I loathe eels. The Placing the metal Miinller on launches and similar craft. the good salary I earned. 1 began to broad tall of another and unknown he told him that be bad made this exSick Headache, Bd Breath, Sour The largest Hag made Is the United buy my opium by the can. paying from tlsb stuck up out of the opaque liquid. traordinary discovery, which would Stomach, Furred Tongue and ItVll- States ensign No. I, which Is 30 by 19 t25 to $30 for tins averaging 4i0 fun Rut It was the yellow liquid Itself revolutionize the whole metal world. feet. It cots flO. Then came n little Incident which gostlon, Mean L'vor and Boweto clog-goTbe elimination of the retailer's protlt which repelled. It shouted biliousness, The bunting used in flag making is helped temporarily, but the ever In and the smell of saffron that arose witn shows what wonderful beads these Clean un Got a 25c Courier-Journ- al put to severe testa before the flag mak. creasing demands of my bubit toou the steam made me feel 11L Oh, Thack- Scotch financiers possess. What do bottlo pf Dr. Klng'e New Ufe Pills toers use It. One day n sample bundle Is overcame the saving." you think Nasmyth said to his excited day and empty tho stomach a'ad bow- -' eray! washed In Miap and water. The next I pecked nt the eelor It may hare Inventor? ela of fermenting., gassy foodl and ' day thcanie process Is followed with "Eh. mon, It's vary risky to show waste. A full bowel heen a lamprey explored the various Books Made by Slaves. aiovcnhent rjsHtw bait water. It Is theu exposed to the your wonderful Invention. The world Borne publishers In undent Rome other fish, tasted gingerly of the thick Is vary a satisfied, thankful eollng-inak- cB J weather for ten days, thirty hours of, dishonest." saffron liquid on one of the pieces of which must he In the bright sun. If It could turn out books rapidly Uud toast that Homed hi To which the aspiring Inventor re- you foel fine. Hffoctlve, ,ytk, lu'ld. It But mine was Don't grlp.cu, 2jC. at your Druggist. doesn't fnde in that test .the govern cheaply. A publisher of the Augu no palate for bouillabaisse. I made plied: ment exports pans it. Then two Inches tan era produced 1,000 copies of the the waiter take the mess away and "Bight. Mr. Nasmyth. I Just calcuBucklcn's Arnica Sa'vc for Durnw. REAL wide of Vin warp Is subject to a pull-iri- g second book of Martial in ten hours, bring lamb cutlets. lated who I was coming to see. so with and these, suld at about 12 cent-- " I strain of nitty-fiv- e There Under Compulsrorr. pounds. Even But 1 bud tustisl of bouillabaisse and my last lmlf crown I registered the with all tho,e precautions a ship is al- - apiece, gave him a profit of 100 per was not to forget It All day long the Inveutlnn on my way." I.ondon Strand "You ought to be ashamed to spend I his was dono by employing lowed n new set of flags everv three cent. the best part of your life In Jail," , terrible taste of saffron remained with Mngazlne. years, while tliu signal Hags and ship j bluVea ,,,rr"lJ' trained to write swift rue. N'othlug would shift It; not Mnr said tho kind old lady to tho prisoner. News WoiUiug in batches ol A Cross Bull. "Madam." replied the convict, "don't ' iiuii own eiiMgim in irequcut use must ly aud legibly. seilles tea. nor many golden bocks, nor 100, with an overseer dictating the be replaced every few week's. News The late Lord Cross never added blamo mo for it, I assure you that I dinner. In fact the bouillabaisse of j One flag or pennant, rather, most book In hand, the tak was completed lunch spoiled the dinner. And at mid- greatly to the humor of the nation. On am here against my will." Local News used by the navy uud least known to' '" u vcry li""rt tlu'1'-- A" M,ou u" tl"' night In h cafe on the Cnnnehlere, mv one occasion, however, while lie was the public Is the commission pennant. copl,'s wero wrMcu "ey were revlx-friend confided n secret to uie. "Whou still In the house of commons he tried Bucklon's Arnica S?1vo for r""d "P ""d bound Be we fell In with each other Just twenty- - to be sarcastic during a speech. It is hoisted to the masthead of every wr,,,-,t',Cuts, Burns, Soros. naval vessel when It goes Into couimls-- 1 ittK 8l'ives. the men required onl) four hours ago," he said, "I wa suf "I think." he said, fixing a certain News wuluteuuiice from their tnacter. and ferlng Just as you are now. The hor minister with u ferocious eye. "I think Ion mid Is never ri.nn.v...i. Mr-- B. S. Loper, Marilla, N, i. is long, narrow f.t reamer, l.tun m ft,., ""is lie could afford to sell their pro rible taste of saffron had remained obI hear the right honorablo gentleman News writes: ''I havo novor had it Cut' at u very low rate. MnlT. with thiiteen stars in tl.,. n,.l,K stinately with me ever since lunch uud smile." Burn, Wound or Soro It would not of arranged In one line, and the ling dibus not quite trone even vt But vou After that remark. If It were uuy heal." Get a box of Buck!en ArniInsulted the Morse. told me you hud to Mai bellies, lu oiitisfactlou to him. ho heard the whole vided into two stripes, nsi and while, Everybody Keep handy ut all ca Salvo As an Illustration of the vpneratlou eat bouillubalsse. uud I knew uuthlug the red ut the top. When ships long house laugh. London (Hobo. Urnes for Burns, Sores, Cuts. ouud. in foreign Millions leave for home u with which the Argyll family was re I could say would dissuade you. But Provonts Lockjaw. Itjc at your Drug-i'ls- t. new couisiIkhIoii pennant Is always gurded In Itoseneath parish years ago no doubt the bitterness of this moment By Other Ways. Are you Interested In what is takm hoisted. TIiiully It Is one made and Principal Storey, theu minister of the will fade ii way, nnd its time passes you "I nm sorry to nee you going with ing place Vlay by day all oor tha will tell your friends in England how that disreputable young fellow, my paid for bv the crew In some eases p.'iil.sb. used to relate that one of world? If you nre you NBBU TUB lu detailing to the duke's excellent Is the rent bouillabaisse If Min. even If he litis plenty of money those "homeward bounders" stretch COUItlBn-JOUNJtAL- ,. out .'iOO feet aud, made of silk, com a factor some grievances he hud sustain only you have It In Marseilles." and goes everywhere." m1 from a nelghltor "Never! I would die Hot!" I added. "Aud. mall pretty penny. If thero Is nn iiuimii 4, vn... ,.,.... "But. father, didn't you tell me to tlnuly. londou Sluiidurd. Tho most economical, cleansing and glvo him a trial The tlimix'tiilj of white stars used In than that, be Inld the Impudence tut rultlvnte HocletyV" order one mont- hour own nnd many other ensigns nre strike me In the presewe o' his grace' Daily CO cents, with Kun,i.,v tr n..a 6v.u4iu.u vi an antiseptics is "I did, my hid. but not with a ralce." Jone," Westminster Ouzctte. mumAfrica's Pygmy Antelopes. ii.v nu eiecirieauy I Baltimore American. If thero Is no agent lu your town driven ma elllllf, Tl'lllr-l-l flllC! tllr.tl. 1.1 ft,(i. .r- .- (I I antelope of the (.old The pygiu ........ ..,,, Il.vi.t l. Illlj ill A glvo your order to tho paper in Prom One Thing to Another, .'oust of Africa la the smallest of cud bundled lots i:iU'ht different sizes of Unexpected Criticism. .which this aklvcrtlsemeut appear "We ent (Jhidys Ann to cooking i hewing uuluutls. It BUiiida ubuut ttn stirs are used.-Kan- sas City Star. A school Inspector, cxiiinlnlng it clnss (yOU UlaV t'(l n l..l.l.l., aorvlol school to get her in I ud olT ncr plauo high ut the withers thai Is. In grammar, wrote, u on the playing." wild Mr, Cumrox. 4 lion I hs high ns m fox terrier. The blncklionrd nnd iiikcd If nny one no- A soluble Antueptic Powder to ra'to). or send the order direct to Superfluity. "Old the plan succeed?" be dissolved in water es needed, thu Courlcr-Jouma- !. mile lias minute horns ttutt run stialght ticed iiuythlng pcculhir In It. "Vou never admit having made n "Yes. .Now e're trying t persuade itiu-- lu the line of Ihe loivhejiil. 1'lie As a medicinal antiseptic for douches' WKI3KLY COURIKlt-joURNAmistake!" After u short nlli'iice a n;nul! boy rehas her to Kludy Hileal economy so us p.vgiu.x antelope was described lu I7U6 plied. "Ye, xlr; Ihe hml writing." in treating catarrh. Inflammation or bcen discontinued, but FARM AN1J "What's lb. ui.oV" anked Senator ., get her mind off the cooklnj;." to by Ihe Hutch traveler Itusuiuu, who. lu London Telegraph. ulcoratlon of nose, throat, aud that FAMILY, a most excellent Ulustrat- -' 'iliAtt r .....I'., .i ...t....i. uls "Description of liiiliieii." says timt caused by feminine Ills It has no equal, ed monthly' magazine. j8 nre nlwnyu l;uty of people to tallc Wa',"luB'0" "r. a wortBy it I" culled the "king or the harts" by For ten years tho Lydla K. IMnkhain aucccssor fhe price "" nbout It wlllitut my Joining In." ' Extravagance. Is only 23 cents . t KuglNh writers It Is Medicine Co.has the imtlvesi Wufcblngbm Hlnr. A Suggestion. "Quick, quick: u doctor! 1 have Just for a 8am,), C0Vy' ,' la their private correspondence with , "Walter, this kuirt 1 bloat and Uit often called the "royal uuielope." swallowed iienny," women, hlch proves its superiority. ' l no u lUM leatUt.,, Their crief than in mi.. "What! Spend to save u ihmiii.v! Women who hare been cured say J CoiIrier-JoUrii- al Bompiig ry to turn ,ir thoughts back to bap- -' "On'd It do to strop Ihe Vnlf on th Do one thing nt a time and the big I'liHt's the way with you wonieu!" it Is "worth its welKht ia sold " At. ' I tteiik. tdrr Poson Trausrrlpt. thing arst-Llucpier tluiw.-lim- ((, I'arN IVIe Mele. incorporated drugrjats. 50c. larre box. or bv nuiii I i The I'axtou. ToU Co., postoa, Stew. ' WARSHIP .MAKING INVESTMENTS. BUNTING ATE AND WAS SAD WEIRD HOUSE WARMING. ! LOOK -- HERE! I Now is the (imp in tfet the JOHN DEERE Wagons, Buggies, Cultivators, Mowers, Hay Rakes and Hay Presses. Also Hercules Buggies. ! ; elm-loft- ' -' - ' 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 I time comes to use them. Buy your implements from the dealer that has i practical experience and knows the t implements to select. : t : : : : : : I WILLIAMS & MILLER, -- r . P-- I e i V7 A. 'NTTET") : e I N' v un-abl- e A T I m-- MHm S n 1 s ii ' 1 HBLwJiras Daily s cu-rlo- Courier- - Journal presl-dent'- $6 a Year $-- 1 Sunday d. $2 a Year NEWSPAPERS -- d. - duo to-da- Best National Best State Best Best Market Reports Best Foreign Best Political Best Everything Best for SPECIAL TO WOMEN - I iiii-Iic- L Sor-f'liti- rnmm.H p, ,'k $-- olu. jV RICHARD , P. ERNST, CANDIDATE UNITED I FOR STATES SENATOR .t)C opponents with such n spirit oi fairness and courteous consideration thnt be has the confidence and resneel of members of that party to a moil UUUBMUI STATE RETARDED IN SCHOOL GROWTH i uvgrcu. Stops Neuralgia Kills Pain. Sloan's Liniment gloe Instant re T Successful Lawyer and Business Man Seeks the Republican let from Nvtiralg'a or Sciatica. It tjoos straight to tho painful jiart Nomination Graduate of "Old Centre" College PromSoothes ho Nerves nt id Stops the Pain. It Is also good for Kheumatlsm inent In Religious and Educational Work In Soro Throat, Chest I'n'na mid Sprains Covington and His Native State You don't need to rub It penetrates. J. It. Swinger, Louisville, Ky. writes: "I buffered with quitp a sovpro Neuralgic lleadueho for four months without and relief. I used Sloan's Liniment for two or three nights and I haven't Buffered with my head n'ncc." Oct a bottle Keep In tho houso all tho time for pains and all hurts. 25c, Cue und $1 at your Druglst- llucklen's Arnica Salve for all Soros. m iMr. to-da- y. PAYING DEBTS BY APPOINTMENT OF TEACHERS TRUSTEES ELECTED BY ONE VOTE. m' SELLING SCHOOLS F0& rm x ffi& JP r srtew M I fBunea.Bas4r iGRUmmmmmLm2imB ; rTm rnnfr Lj TTk rsL-..J5- 5! . .u. feia w w Wanh-Inct- on CASH mmmmgmmm-- " fig tim&WHXffl'W'm rfl' 'TV Fcur Thousand Trustees Will Be Elect ed Throughout State In August Set To It That the Best Men Only Ar Named at This Election All Par ents Should Vote. -- FREE TO EVERY KENTUCKIAN All Pictures of Kentucky's Governors jk ib latct From'thti foundation ef the SUlo to lb trei.nt time Tho only coapleto collection In oxulence TicturM at nil President J of the United States, from to Wilson. 1 lata n( i.ll Nntlons In color. 1 lr cry 'to r'- Wf ""N r Mjy (Special.) Wai there eer a "devil's broth" brewci that equaled what has been going or in our rural schools7 Wo aro paying by taxation ovei DO YOU USE FACE POWDER? three million dollars annually out ol If You Do Be Careful to Keep It From tho State Treasury, to say nothing ol Getting In Your Eyes. local taxation and other contributions 1'nce powder bus Its dnuuers the for the support N'ssH sbH of our public schools same its gunpowder. Tor several KWI'PBsf to all Evening Pott subscribers. If not It is a question If of It Ii now a subscriber, send $3.00 for a full jeiirs occasional cases hae eomu uu- aaaaaaaaaaaSStaaaMaVTlAM J year's subscription, or $2.00 for a six der the observation of oculists In which not wasted by Incompetence and In months' subscription by mail. i . ti i....... HI t llllillll.l .. .1. ,T, j MP i..i.i.. WUUICH. i'UUl i difference not to mention posslbk aaaHalaUiSaaR?& vt tut; Ploaso andtrttu 1. ties ratos aro by mall plnln of Mon bolus blurred, Inability graft In one form or another. Old j, and not throuih carrior er !. to use the eyes for any IciikIIi of time As a sample of what has been golnf p iev OUR SPECIAL C0HB1NATI0H OFFER: JpBBBBjHBJI and severe Itchluc of the lids. The on, I very 1 Inrrr-fl- f recently had occasion tc Daily Ereiing- Post, ono $3.00 slightest rubbing oi the lids produce look over a batch of letters from t Kaotacky CoTrnor' Wall Chut J1.50 a marked redness of the ejes niiilul . Hartford Republican, 1 yr - ?1.0 aggravates the Itcliltixr. In sr.ere number of County Superintendents o 'ALL THREE FOR - - - $3.50 caes the lids are frequently swollen our State. I ran across ono reportini from coiMilnt rulililng. Is u somo trouble In the sale of There schools sticky, elastic secretion which, when Asking what on earth that meant, hi being removed, pulls out in lonjj reply was, "Why haven't you heard oi strings. Microscopic examination of the so that before?" I said "In God's name cretlon reveals masses or what appear no; what does it mean?" "Why," the) to be crystals. Until recently no satis- said, "that has been complained of foi factory explanation of the presence of years, but it Is not as bad now as It these crystals in the eye has "been given. Secretions taken from the eyes has been." or two sisters suffering from this It seems the trustees would sell th complaint were submitted to the privilege to teach his school to th. professor of pathology of ono of the teacher who would agree to give hlir university medical schools, who found the largest part of her salary. It h Richard P. Erntt, Candidate for Republican Nomination U. S. Senator. , that the crystals came from face pow- reported that in some cases trading Ir Covington, Ky. (Special.) Itlchard' commercial and professional life, he der. Seven other patients In which schools has been quite a profitable P. Ernst, who Is a candidate for tho offers his services to the state at a the jsame symptoms and microscopic side Issue. Was there ever anything Itepubllcan nomination for United time when there Is a d de-- , conditions were found all used face more Infamous? A man that would do it ought to be sent to the peniten oiuius oenaior, is a nauve KeniucKian. rnnnu ror High-dat' i tk business men to powder. 2rAJ .& having been born In Covington In 1858, take a part In politics, and to offer to When the powder is applied to the lary for a thousand years. Anothei where he has lived ftii pf his life, anjj the state and to the country that'de-wher- face with a puff a part of the fine dust case pf a combine, three teachers wen -- ",gree 0 business skill and experience Is driven upward his parents HYed. nnd lodges on the applicants for a school, the final agree He received his piln6y education' which Is id necessary to success to moist eyeball. The powder Will help 'parents developAtheir sons into in the ment was that each should teach a In the school i Cnvlnetnn nd after- t.r ''"Vraiaa... rlvate life. presence of the tears then becomes third of the time, thus giving the poor -ward graiJjjated from old Centre" Col-- j the best type of citizen's and Christian There Is a gtovlng conviction that I mucilaginous in character and is not children the benefit of a rapid change teachers. -. at Danville, with the Class of '78,' business Interests have no( been fairly washed from under the eyelids. The "in Anothej; ease (and gentlemen. Its patronage is widely scatwinning the valedictory honors of his' and intelligently represented In the powder produces the irritation, which this was not ir class, lie graduated irom mo councils of government that gentle-aggravated by rubbing-- . Those whu Uie, mountains, either), a vacancy oo tered and comes from the best homes in LajF School of the University of Cln- - meI)t weli dtp0sed, no doubt, but with e n chamois skin in npDjylfijflhe curred, two applicants presented them selves, one was a graduate of a Nor of which William H. ulnnatl, In a class the South. Its capacity is limited, therem practical knowledge of commercial powder are less liable, to cause the mal school with a full certificate, the Taftwas a member. Shortly after com- -' affairs, 'and. ho themselves have nol, fine dust to arise, wEIch probably fore, reservations should Dieting his stqdles he married Miss won thelr spurg Jn business ahd pro-- counts for .the condition not being other a young girl scarcely througl made early. the High school; the school was'glvei Susan Brent, granddaughter of Chas. feBslonal careers, have attempted to found Itt fevery WDinan using face t, Place your eon in this 'select group of to the young girl. Some of the feM who was for many years a ieci.iate alone theoretical rather than' der. The condition In nnlrw x uromlnent cltlien of Tarls,, Ky. They DractCal lines, and that as a result ol! by nushtmr the eve with hnrir cM curldus enough to Investigate founi ." boys. Write the girl's father owed the superintend have two children, one son and one l solution. Th irrifnfinn nnMir rii..n. exnerlmentu all deoartments I daughter, now grown. buslnesa and the nubile aenerallv hv "pears when the eyes are kept washed ent a debt and had promised payment Mr. cmii Because oi nis spienam suffered. out with a soothing eye wash. Prom out of the girl's salary. In one of our richest counties, when business ability and attractive person-- , Mr. Ernst, If nominated and elected Journal of the American Medical a bunch of trustees were gathered allty, early In life became prominently to his Senatorial office nol For catalogue and information. Box A. with some patrons to talk over condl identified with the business Interests will take by education and tions, one of the trustees arose anl of Northern Kentucky, and through his only a mind trained TIME IN PALESTINE. pleaded for help, saying that he wa Covington and Cincinnati law offices experience, but that wide, practical elected by one vote and he had to gc has attained great success In bis pro- viewpoint vhlch will enable him to act to the best Interest of thi It Is So Erratic That, Making a Train out and hunt up that man to vote foi I at all time" fession. la Quite a Feat. farmer, the manufacturer and the con him In order to get there at all. If you are not familiar with Llppin- Republican. sumer. In Jerusalem town time nnd train V-VWhen it Is realized that these dls -cott's you are doing yourself and ER Politically Mr. Ernst has been a lifeConservative Politically. time are different, forty minutes differ- trlct trustees, of whom there art the publishers an Injustice. years be long Republican. For many , It may be stated in this connection ent, and both nre variable. Train off- about 8,000 in the State, constitute the has devoted both his time and his' icials say the train leaves for Jaffa nt means to aivery liberal degree for the that Mr. Ernst, In his political manage 0:40 o'clock In the mornlinr. but 0:40 most vital part of our educational ma always treated his Demo chine. Is it any wonder that the Stat( of his party. He was for many ment, has ttucccss o'clock by train time is 7:20 o'clock by is retarded In her growth and ad years a meniber of the State Central town time. One uioriilng when wt vancement. Committee, wns its chairman when the were starting for Egypt we ordered I would not be understood as con party achieved Its most notable triour carriage for 7 o'cock. Arriving nt demulng all trustees; wo have man) umphs in the state, has been delegate the statiou nt 7:15 o'clock, we found the good ones', who are honestly trying tc to several national conventions, and in train gone and the station empty. At do their full duty, but unfortunatel) many other ways has served ills party, "The Standard Fiction Magazine last was routed out nu official. these kind are1 not In the majority. often nt great personal sacrifice. He "Where's the train?" we demanded. Is this? It belongs of America" Now whose fault COULD Feel right all tho time. Don't lay off has been able to maintain terms oi "Gone, messieurs." all of us, but primarily more or less from work for days by taking calomel friendship with all elements and fac"Gone? You've changed tho hour of to tho parentsto . NOW IN ITS 4Cth YEAR of the children who art keeps you when pleasant Liv- - Ver-La- x tions In his party, nnd If nominated the train, then?" on your feet, while relievingyour troubtoo Indolent or Indifferent to even gc will receive tho support of Republicans Restored to Health by Lydia "Non. lion, messieurs. The train Don't le. right kind 25 Cents a Copy $3.00 a Year take Safer too, and easy totake. afford and Independents without regard to leaves nt tho same hour always, but to the polls and vote for tho anything else. You can't of a trustee, and take enough active E. Finkham's Vegetable prejudices or facany former personal the time has changed. Yesterday (1:40 it Eliminates poisons, cleanses syso'clock train time was 7:li0 o'clock town Interest In the conduct of their school! (The first magazine to originate the tem and relieves constipation. A nattional differences. Compound. to see that they are conducted 'on ar idea of publishing a complete ural remedy, natural in its actions, sure time. Today 0:40 o'clock train time Is Interested In Church and School. efficient bnsis. in its effect and certain in results. It novel in each number.) Unlonville, Mo. "I suffered from a 7 o'clock town time. No, no" and be When this office Is filled with one will won't be long before Liv- - Ver-La- x Mr. Ernst Is a member of the First female trouble and I got so weak that I smiled patronizingly "the train always of the best men In each district, then completely displace calomel in evert Tresbyterlan Church of Covington leaves at the same hour: our trains n A YEAR'S could hardly walk SUBSCRIPTION home. Children can take jt freely and t we shall see such a development ol nnd an elder In that congregation. Foi across the floor with- never change It is the time that alters our schools and Stato as has not been with perfect safety. Every bottle guarmany years he has been President ol Itself, uot the Until, messieurs!" BRINGS YOU out holding on to anteed. 50c and $1 in bottles. Nona dreamed of. There will be about 4,000 Covington Young Men's Christian sought the telegraph office. the We genuine without the likeness and signasomething. I had agent to Jaffa," we trustees elected In the first days ol 12 Great Complete Novels. 75 Short ture of L. K. Grigsby. For sale by, which Is one of the most Association, "To the steamer nervous spells and August next. Now will the people see 50 J. H. WILLIAMS, - Hartford, Ky. 60 Timely Articles. Stories. successful and widely popular institumy fingers would, dictated. "Missed train. Cancel passage on boat for Egypt Wire date of that good men are "put in or will they Striking PoomB. 200 Pages of tions of Its kind In the country, as it cramp and my face be ppeals to boys of all denominations would draw, and I next sailing for Port Btild." This wns continue to neglect it and let it Incompe Mr. Ernst retains a wide interest In could not speak, nor turned Into flowery Turkish and sent. filled with ne'er do wells, the tent or those who kave "axes tc educational affairs. He Ib not only a sleep todo any good, A reply came, soon. "Pleuty of time. Your boat will wait grind ?" Lipplncott'B Is enjoying a big reMACMNK member cf the Board of Trustees oi had no appetite, and aP The wonder Is not that we have vival of popularity. Thousands of Ills alma mater, "Old Centre,' but is everyone thought I till tomorrow afternoon, for the water also a trustee of the Western College would not live. is so rough she cannot land ber passen- droughts, ,and other calamities bul new readers have been "addtjd to its Tor Women, at Oxford, 0., and Is a Some one advised me to take Lydia E.' gers and cargo today.k Plenty of time that the Qod of Heaven does not emit. subscription list during the past you take the train tomorrow." At- us from the face of the earth. tew months, and its circulation Is trustee of Lane Seminary, at Cincin- Finkham's Vegetable Compound I had If lantic Monthly. John D. McForran, Chairman Edu increasing rapidly. nati, one of the oldest schools of the- taken bo much medicine and my doctor catlonal Committee, Louisville Com ology In tho United States. In this said ho could do me no good bo I told my merclal Club. New Claesificatlon. connection lie has been very liberal In husband he might get me-- bottle and I The Census Taker How many nre offering prizes to stimulate the stu- would try it. By the time 1 had taken HOW TO REDUCE THE dent, and Is usually responsible for the it 1 felt hotter. I continued its use, and there In that bunch of Portuguese':1 1'he Landlady-Si- x. Beware of. Ointments for A Portugouae, a schooling of at least one young man now I am well and strong. COST OF GOOD READING and four little PurtugvslliiK. Catarrh that Contain Mercury "I havo always recommended your very year. He also takes an active Chicago News. y as mercury will surely destroy the sense Send personal interest in all local charltablo medicine ever since I "was so wonderfpr WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. of smell and completely derange the fully benefitted by It and I hope this institutions. whole system when entering" it through 110 MK letter will be the means of saving soma In adversity It Is easy to despise life. the mucous surfaces. Such articles should Lipplncott's "Little Book of Big If you pure hate the NKW you pay, you will have a life asset at the price and will 8trong With WorMngmtn. never be used except on prescriptions other poor woman from suffering." e The true, brave man Is be who can from reputable physicians, as the damage not hayesa endless chain of repair. Bargains" to- - be miserable. Martial, they will do la ten fold to the good you always had many Mrs. .Martha' Seavey, Box 1144, Mr. Ernst has can possibly derive from them. Hall's warm friends among the working hoys Unlonville, Missouri. Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. New Edition just PublUhed for the 'The makers of Lydia fe. Pinkham'i Severe Attack of Colic Cured. Cheney Co., Toledo, O.I contains no of Covington, and enjoys great popu4 Season mercury, and U taken Internally, acting Vegetable Compound have, thousands of larity with thein. He has always B- - E. Croce, who travels la directly upon the blood and mucous sur. 12211 such letters as that above they tell e4 them in their troubles, and has faces of In SENT FREE UPON REQUEST and other Soutihenn States, wits Catarrh the system. you buying Hall's sura been a very Influential factor in hla the truth, else they could not have bcc.i taken suddenly and severely ill with lne. It ICure be Internally get the genu, and mane In taken M1-4k'Cheapest work of making their relations with! obtained for love or money. Thlsmcd- Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Chensy & Co. TesE J.B.LirriNCOTTCOMrANY ne is no atranger ii nas siooa tne colic. At the first store he came to timonials free. their employers pleasant and iproflt- . MJ PHILABBLPHIA. Sold by Druggists. Price 75o per bottle. WASHINSTON test for 'years. the merchant recommended' Ohamsber- - Take Hall's Family Pills fer constipation. able. BkBBBVBVBVBBSlSSli 't tn kmr. If there 'A uilnsss Csm'pafgn mt ceinplicallons you Jain's Col'c, Cholera fsnd Diarrhoea --e t: J Remedy. Two 'doses of it cured him. write Y"Ta sewing maculae, write tor.. ,To PrsvMt ptood Poisonlse !!1 appeal candidacy Mr. kV.ije3,e4M (cXif ull.1) No one should leave home on a If you want ipply at once the 'wonderful old reliable DR. u wu jL,jBB,Jass, xosr letter win iteoprueu. FOR FLETCHER'S rOKTKR'S ANT1SEJT1C MULING OIL, a sur- ear latest catalogue before you purcaae. tacky,. Successful himself and ldentl- - read aad waawertd fcyA "Waa and Journey without a bottle of this gical dressing tbst relieves pain and heals at Mxkipa Co, Imgi, Miss.'' JjokeW-lt- t preparation. Fpr sale ,by aJJ dealers. tb tame tine. Hot a liniment, tic. Wc. 11.00, Jk New Hmn Swing strict eoausdeaee. fed with men who have succeeded Loulpville, Ky. Jill m ' rrri Mwmtmm. eMfimiileM Kentucky Map showing Counties, towns, rallroodn, Congressional districts. Ml Ltct KentucLjr ( cnaM. I ullcndcomiktemapcltle comnletemapnfthe United n orld. Intho lllttotlc.l Kentucky is tlv in tl.c political EUtl'tlcifrom the foundation of tliebtate tot lie ptcsent time. IncluJesi All Stale OiliclJs. Executive Department. All It Departments of the State Goernmcntltlt the heads of each Department nn I OeclHcalforrewitli their salaries. Varloui Kentucky Hoards nnd Cci'irls with tliclrHafl with officers nnd salaries. Political Committees nnd Orcanlzatlons of the ftState. Kentucky Unitcl fetates Senators. KcntucLy Chief fie Kentucky Senatorial Districts. tuticc. tinkers olComnlsslon rs. House, congressional Kallroad Counties of Kentucky, when made and from what Counties. All of tho Vital Statistics of Kentucky. This unique and valuable Atlas U free I one-thir- , UK-inn- 1 fl'BnC3 - yr r mMMM 'M9MMt 7 ..' 1! wide-sprea- Vaoderbilt Training School for Boys a e ELKTON, KY: I I iter I iie ... rnri pow-Bren- MSTHENEY & BSTTS.B uiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiim A USE LI Life-Lon- g LAX LIPPINCOTT'S MAGAZINE THOUGHT SHE For Lazy Liver and the Troubles of Constipation. NOT LIVE Hi 'Bsf II L if w HOME er To-da- en-lor- 1913-191- Vir-gla'J- Ri LR? 2CtsUa!i SO-ft- ... nt Children Cry "" CASTORIA I Harvest Protpeet. V untxrcrf crnatorfal term. Some UUiT Ull I TUC The prospect of n one wr'.ng ,n the Lou sv lie Herald, TTIInl II ILL IIIL wheat I tfce Fjr.ng under ,.e tcd harret la mot eitnnirntrtiiu ItMplit FARMERS THINK OF IT W the pnont lxmi.v ottthxik. Sumo! ' 1'ontofflw Ltae," Mks "Cetor thru tnaJ.cc or' KLfTK) nrecraia to law , c! He ftcoDd ' .ord, Kj a ttll l ifcltia of a brlsliii-nlnlack of fnfornmtjon The Republ can cbiM, is circulating a falsehood-- Tiua writ niiich needed. Kvldently the eretry ;. .. . i i.-- i .V iuiu 11" .. .B1JrTT cIixr A Pronrfptor er Inus: - B"MB i When Free-Trad- e Loads Ameri- of itprk'Ulture think no. for he hu wn it."in' imlii lo'lirinc out Mny ol.iiwirs tljat.the winter wheat can Dinner Tables with the " " ' .i,Tr'.r?rT ' ? w th certain great Progressive lo ri' tf inn I In n fair way t be n saRBwaasK all communications to Ja jn Lotf.sv.i. ord has taken on a Addre&e ns V hope It will Products of Distant Lands? woirtl one The Hartford Republican. canK.-icawhirfr for tfie moment I ntv tieh; jf tlmt the trnieh tnntv could talk it would If jour pocket-boomle h.m forget ha toio'iiug about iiuivrtiiut rrrp of oprlnz wlii-n- t will , ' NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS 1iu brothartiotd'of'nmti, otc." recommend the I'ord. The man who practices N ex- - lie a record lireakliis one: that The Americau consumer Is t "tt to a dw ftttKr1tr eom ami barley ;iiil init ninl imtatov wv tending h:s acquaintance The Foreign Trade Conditions. economy and wauls utility invests his dollars ddrm itBft rit tb oW Mrwt la aaklze tb pr"dm-til sa rrqSMt. ' lite flftd &C The adm.nstraton at Washlnrci ' e gn produous of over? R;nd. gl- ne and the ret f the fnrm matter t nf xblc t 1P ff t. ...., ! Sr.tl break the reeorrt In the in the I'nimsal Car. He Knows it serves his Ar ' mak.ng much of spend'd von- - clih .ms twtu fo.luwed by Ne 7. al- - yield. Bumper rnp are sreutly to Pr Ma tot wi a44ittaai bef, Avi:ral.an muuou, eery purpose best and at lowest cost. And Obltari Koiat oaaiiiardolThBtMk dition fif our foreign trade. But tho,r ,.uid uuu-.- and Ch.nese eggs, u now the advantage of the oiintry. They in irtir.. per Hoe repar are for the last f .seal year. don't fprxet Ford service and guarantee. will do much to reim-dtile blltfht if ne are tw team ;h Virtuja u Man ' iot tns year Just oloVl. Than we' c.iOr.a and Arcwiuno . v'rr.J. Mov free trade. The New York Sun re-- I curii. . Five ' undTil di liars Is the prltt of the Ford rommsol.ntloso 11l rHtf to "u a mturauie www i now.iBOLj-mofarmer of our own cor iiiiirk": runabout, J'.e touring ear Is (lo lift), the town But the reports are 'cvtr tae over 5C0fi.O00.000i'- ikttLtioL. """-iUL' uuure " Uwh-o- d, may regartl it, U -- with f " b Detroit, itrnplete liiti. ar. stating that it t.as nil vanished In the hveV 'is a W-t- t thce .f Ar--; iiw mi,' initio equipment. Tariff, Cd catalog tinil panic ulats from wider the present Frc-Tra- de nun il l r lull mii.nn. jinil .In.jcl.UHa. tar . Ciis.terta.i ..,.,,, ins to nou innt present propt nre and that 'nsteill our imports- - ror ou Uie irte J.yt aiJl e luuieu nlmiiilatit. itlrmi n iiii.riitnPr m.t. the past tliree months exceed our to M.y taeir iroduot at $1 a I'unic nml nil hulnes will foi-- the Let's have our Information up latm .i loci than NobMJka and M. pilekenlnz iiupuNes of aujrmented. 24. FRIDAY, JULY u date. )r;coj. The lwople of Krtlaiil wealth dniwrifrom the soil, nnd thN soon have a most cosmopo.ltan will be the renlt despite nil efforts of (INCORI'OHATKU) Some Awkward Coincidence. d.nntr cable, luided with the pro polltleiil Intermedillers to the ANNOUNCEMENTS. Coincidences are sometimes agree KY. ducts of many dlstmt lands-Hu- t able and uomet meg embarrassing. For It i nniie true that abundant bar-vewhat will the farmers thi.ik authorized to announce example, oa tae same day that Presl- We are are helpful to Industry to the e Ibem Tin. TAncmn o tfa -.of of .1? hae xUJl,uuuv. tirl rlnt- A . y. isQa wa telhng the Vir- - a nt.. Those..wul Ort-gu- - t.A Just rwifi- tent that they Increase the purchasing UoncreaBiuau V.n' m. rn ' for the Democrauc nomination ior ginia Press Association about splen- - w"re 'I power of 7.0U.OCO farmers. 'V' Hut It Repreeontative from the 4th Congres- - did business conidltlons and outlook, iEtjw corn, but they find that. thmr mut not le forgotten that the hope of .,. .. ., . ,.., ,.Ax .. -- n l'IllUIie.J XUIU-- lt lUJlBUt) HIUi. llll the agricultural future centers more inn.i diatrirf. iinora.i nnuiary ec-,IToUuctioii of the I f -, h.rely It. the Industries than In nny ! Uon August 1, 1014. nounced. That was an unpleasant of Arsenltkia t d the thins: el.--e. Nothing Is to American I irtlrtir!.ti'i. Afr!1! fr tlllvn wol .11 Important as that the pur-- 1 to announce Cn.nse and Jaianvse coolis of Man- - farmers lui "We are authorized the House at Washington a number nlniK- n T1...t (... flnttAFful t tti tlVrt Ph.leltl' till ftiTWIltlllttr I1AIV11K ..1 Hon.v John "V. Boyd, of Hardin coun- orators, .mostly from ... " ,;. . .,...,.. of Free-Tra. ..nm..r Ami.rt. h, 1,1 i.i..M, ' ... Mni.iqtA trf tlio nmrvr?if - southern States, were Ue.ij-ni if, tnat Tw.,'rfi, nt hlch water mark. Indu.trv N no1 ' for iteprescniative iu tirT-i.. . -- .. .1 .. nomination ' ana nnv Jiti(Hnf:c ttTi?w?-2'ri111.111 Teiiieiu ..h.ii from the 4th district. anywhere, events were transji nng nubody wou'd think of iniKrt:ns """,Congrtss. wtry. Wlieii '" General Primary, election August' In other iarts of the countrj, de- wueat and corn to the- United Btat. '"'rK'"""r;has put II.OOO.OiO wase earn and ncre cajoled ulta 'fhe farmers' ,. 1. 1914. of their Jobs the 7.000.o5r farm' scribed as follows Jn a deiatch to fr1 bt, . -3 wh.ch now proves to work , , ff nro , r. . V.. . ." uuc" """ t " ""?s ""; ""'" ' '"' -- ' ter how big their crops mny be. Also. announce W AVe ar authorized to Albanv, Julv 2. The can-o- t and rug e,en an- Srh.n ...r.- .. .i enridgeflndustrj:of sUpUn Sandford 111c 1111ur.11 conjiHrftow. lull. imi not icls ...i.i . iiuuu i... 111 .1... urii....i....i SHERMAN BALL, of Sons "Uuced the surplus of the rest of the world to ndd V T? tbp Repub-',- n county, a candidate for Ajngterdam, which employs almost, to (he blp American surplus American cost of articles he buys. ' in-l- n Jican nomination for Representative 4,000 hands, will close ..' Argentina is a country by no menas farmers are going to suffer still more, district-- ' Notice to that effect was Consress from the Fourth to be despised as a corn producer, Bumper crops may not prove unmixed General Primary election August 1. posted at the big plant. blessings when market prices are . " "I William H. Cooper, general man- - for its acreace and crons have been forced down by foreign 1914. cometltlon steadily Increasing. The area under niror. sa'd the shutdown was due to corn has grown from 3,102,140 acres and diminished domestic demand. There is another kind of harvest that .business depression- - With the Mc- - In 1901 'b S.433,702 acres In 1912-1American farmers need quite ns much "- '" the safety of fais, hie country"-a- nd "Il the ralue of exports has increas--nec- as they need big crops op the farms. Selling House re0 pesos Jn 1902 to We mean the harvest at the ballot ,108.908.000 pesos in 1912. An Argen box; the harvest Uut yields a big crop ceived a rush Bomethtoe'l,- rfCTMr for machinery. It. - C- 7y "' "- - Sat Ohio countv tlne W60 Is elua, to M cents. We of protectionists and sends the Present ..., ..... Ul(K-.- i xviiiu- - tr mmuc!- vuuhic--- .. nmi IlUUllUintlUllUll (Sh'rt factories In Keyjsville, East. ,lite IG00 to hold the primarj oloc-tlo.. uia facThe sales manager called Pretty costly, but guesfc It's fair. Nassau and- - Petersburg have also i crat,cswli, uuutrr I.II.U d,spensatloni te eating not only back to private life: the harvest that been cjosetf, throwing 10 persons at on the telephone, and nd aB1.ln In 1010 shall bring beef but chickens fed on In Mr. Beckham referred Jo. President employment. A Protection and prosperity. Argentine corn, nnd our farmers may times during bis speech. Qirfsf was assured would be Wilson a few the . W. C. Woodwartf. head of Jhe . ,, Joint harvest In 1014 of good crops and . nm . nd the great things he has accomp- ' shipped as desired. good protectionists would Indeed prov Ti Co.. - anounced .'Chatham Sh'rt r1. , JJfaed, but thJ? brought forth not see the lorfied ships come in from iX v . , . -- j ..that unless there Is a revival in bus- - .... . .vyres, AUCKiain. - " r.auu, i "re1 messing to the country. sane 3 y Distance Bell Telephone seriness, his plant, empolying l".r., also' uiiuw u ' ' TaMany Mai Out of Emleymtnt. vice is an essential link between the, jg his siwech last Friday GoV'"iH fi C2SI.- -i. .Punn yLg nf p.'jjg- AmoUieews'oT'pronilDent meoBeckham charged that alj the blind1 Such coincidences as theJe ought selling house and the factory. ,' I Americans now own 90 per cent of 0f bosloecs noted In the New Tork tigers, boot leggers and other tad not to be permitted- Even though Stanley. Some ot'lhey aotuaUy occur, is there not the area of thc Isle of Plnes which Son of May 9 relative to the Improved 4graotT were tar the last 10 years has. enjoyed buttoeai prosrect crcateJy the the Stanley adherents' took eerious , onpusa power in the Free-Trad- e When you telephone smile P a phenomenal development, especially Im of to this part of the Beckham min.stration's hands, some Haman'a, Knota" in citrus fruit culture. THe Isle of of.!S; Speech. The fight growB warm be- - Eibbet, Perhaps, to prevent the news-KcFSeat cW Plow conta'ns only 521,381 acrea. Tery'eiirom(!tog.fe,tlirelll fl tween these men, who take all their papers from publishing them? uated off the eouth coast of builneM outlook. Tn,8 WU Felp ma- 72 ,is time Baying lovely (?) things about , I Louisiana iS Fighting Mad. , Western Cuba Its nearect 2 pomt to (erlailr ln accelerating a general Indus- tach other. -m Btatiriie trial and commercial revival. The Bull Moose movement ln Lou-- the larger island being 31 uy isiana U BuH Moose poly for want of miles distant, while the. island itself : nu eniwcKy ojemou-a.i- a, 'There are too many men out of em- INCORPORATED. witfi their party Vstory in the Slate, a better name- - The name Republican and its adjacent ke)s form the fcoufh- - ployment now to make It easy to pre- -- ' ' 119 SOUTH PRYORTREET, ATLANTA, GEORGIA. trying to figure out some plan 3 suU anathema in tlhat part of the ern barrier of the Gulf bf Batabano. diet bow rapidly the revival of bus! are wl" progress." U set rJd of the Louisville Evening wor.d, although Pharr in 1S96 was el-- I The Isle of Pines is oEfclallv & narti0?8.n tne swonu paragrapn r.Jullllard ii Post a a party organ. Hower, talI. f;overll0r on nenUblcan-In- of the Habana Prov.inc at rhiha. It I Clerk; W. M. Addlngton, J. C. Hill. . . ,,,. Bichaixl P. and his paper iwem to ucijr:iiuf.iiL , ..i..nvi-- . uusuiu; iiul ,,.. ,y,t i. iiiubii..ij L.1.1. u.... uiiiu ..,.. ... ...... u touches the vital spot of the question O lUn.. v. .i.. I'ltlMAHV KIiKCTIO.V O Judges; J. T. Rowe, Sheriff. ....b or of business revival. Where two have seized the arty reins with a he was counted out. of Ciifba to Panama, from which it Ku- -t o O OFF1CEKS. w. H. Miller. Fords million Idle and O terrible gracp, nnd he always leads Louisiana is ''sore cltan through." i.s 'distant about h."0 m'les; itx,is 230 three the pay workers are Clerk; Kin go Marlow, J. F. Cooper, envelope contributions where throu"1! a "slaughter house into an Iij it auv wonder? The Democratic miles almost due east of Cape to the channels of trade are thereby Judges; C. B. Carden. Sheriff. open srave" imagined that they had oome tuche, Y'iKXitan and 370 miles north- - diminished the revival of business can West KnrtNiillt' 1. O. NelL Kast Hartford J.T.Moore. Clerk; not poxslhly be swift or complete. The The same old ques'i'on of market sort of guarantee from the Baltimore west of thc Island of Jamaico H. H. Sinnett. CM. Harnett, Judges;" Clerk: N. II. Baize, George Keown. problem of the hour Is how to put 11ns S now nlnch'ng the wheat grow- - convention that the sugar Interests! .Physically. Uie Isle of Pints resemJudges; Tom Keown, Sheriff. J. B. Brown. Sheriff i those two or three Idle million work ers. They have raised a bumior crop would be taken care of. They knew bios Cuba, the land bing generally ers luck Into the Jobs they have lo-- t sl.'tiiniillF Wilbur Phlllips.Cliirk; Wet Hartford Otto C. Martin. and although the worid needs every that .Mr. LnuerwooU was agajast jree ; high and well drained except In the throiiKb free trade tariff legislation. Clerk; S. T. Harnett. Hooker Wll- - Sim (!. V. Hlrks, Judges; . . .. il they were given to under- - southern part. The Ji'shest point is ... .iiarx-vi- s uu uie uirins huouiii ueip ii ams Judges C K. bushcj of it Just as much as at any su&r m;; Morrison, Sher P. H. Kelly. Sheriff. lime, ln many places it is selling at stand that Woodrow Wilson would be .found in ono of several ridges and "ome. io ue sure, out unicis .iuen-ca- iff- Slirti Oscar Petty. Clerk; A.K. eixty cents. Under th's condit'on it "l- - Bul this d.d them no good, is kn"wn as S'orra de Caballos, which wai;e earners are able to buy the Grant, Grant Pollard, Judges; C. T. I leda Dudley Westerfleld. Clerk; Pjne farmer's products ns liberally as when would bo more nrofitable for him if aI,a wnen tney negau ito tee1 arouiw i lias an . aiutuuo or I,0i4 feet. Whlttliighlll, Sheriff. .. . . he had raised only half a crop at s" "snngu.n recently, explaining i trees, from which tho island takes i vinerican iaior was nniy employed at Luther Dooley, W.C.Ashley; Judges; Oluton K. C. Bers. Clerk; M. S. wages there can be no O. It. Tinsley, Slierlff. American 1fl 00 per bushel The farmer cxinnot that Oe Progresr.lve movement would ita name, are oeattered over tli! rvtwn of ,luru,ul protection properlty. Patterson, J. I). Cooksej, Judgesi J. uultia the bugar schod-- j whole of the upland, and, n addition. Sulphur Spring. J. E. Mitche.lL. R. Hoover, Sheriff. " profitably grow wheat ono year after wjii (Clerk; W. S. Dean. Lafe Welter, another for less'tlian $1.00. Until he ult3 wcro reised, they met witn a there are tho royal pains and many lluford J. I). Holbrook, Clerk ri An Endless Chain. Judges; Will Baker, Sheriff. learns to sujiply the cons'umer as lie col'J reception. The White House was of tho distinctive hardwoods bf the J. S. French, Walter Blair, Judges; A local lioflery mill proprletor,-Ulsmai Louisiana may j northern Atlantic tropics. TFie ij! them. Sou Mugan Honda Miller, Clerk; J. needs it, he must cell at a loss. ! uruci suumiiieu iiiv uve Democracy, but, it Jovca its Bug- - of the ;sland 's rich- There is also vj i.'uiiir..aiiu..B a leading i, dry goods and C. Magan, W. It. Edge, Judges; T.A. Ciiiudo Hudson, Sheriff. following from Burlctt's Mosou Shown, Clerk; Our city authorities require some ar better. Tiie recently developed rice a gra vol deposit ouitable for road i.otlon houre In Johnston, Pa.: Fuqua, Sheriff. D. II. llartlett, Gilbert Westerfleld, people to cut their weeds on side industry in western Lou.'aiana hag also 'making. Tho marble Uepos'ts are re- - "Klndl- - hoM enters for future till we G. W. Martin. Clerk; Judges: Croiimell se idJe you to stjlp. Our mills are working mnipiy-wecauClarence Patton, Shorlff. f iney ooey tno been ihrd hit. markablo for their colors and One- ml)' half time, and there are more Idle J.H. Flener, Warren Taylor, Judges; Helllu A. C. Porter, Clerk; Itu-flaw, while they allow others to flagIn Johnston n than ever before." For 5'eaiB IouIsiana voted Demo- ness. Therp are also indications of iiien T. E. Cooper, Sheriff. WllllaniB, T. I). Owen. Judges; rantly violate their orders- - For weeks cratic aud j rayed for Republican suc- the presence of manganese and Iron Philadelphia Public Ledger. Cool Springs waiter P. Benne'tt. U. S. Suc-are fhe messages which indusCondlt, Serlff. a side walk In the heart of town has cess. This time it got what It vouU or", trial producers are receiving from mer- Clerk; H. E. Hill, H. L. Taylor, Ceral( J.H. Woods. Clerk; Fln-n- ls been eo overgrown wih foul wolds for and fthe dose is nauseating. The climated the Isle of Pines over the couutry. Ketull Judges; James Moore, Sheriff." Rowe, D. R. Helsley, Judges; C. thai nct more than a foot space is There is no Joy in the Ohoctaw Js remarkablo for ilts excellence, the chants all business everywhere la far below the Xortji" Ilockport Elijah Wood-bur- B. Everly. Sheriff. through which Jadles must "wend Club these days. An Independent mean temperature being left 75 de-g- r- normal. Why? The Jobnstowu man about 'Clerk; Addje Austin, S. L. tiielr way to and from the' principal Governor a'rts In Baton Rouge. The Point Pleasant A. B. T(chenor, - n the hab'tablo lari of the gives the answer: Fulkerson, Judges; J. L. Brown, Qlerk: J. M. Nail. po'Mt la town. The Teachers' "Our mills are working only half Joe Hill. Judges; Bull Moose has been panling up Island, with a maximum which Is been In Bcssion'this week and down wltji every ajgn of enthu- rarely over SO and a minimum of 60. time, and there are more Idle men In Sheriff, Iris Render, Sheriff.. South Hockport John T. JackMi th'la has been a poor advertise-ent- - siastic jopular eupport. One Congress- The trade s Narrows --p.L. Sanderfur,, Clerk; blow steadjly, and Johnstown than ever before." When mills are working, on half time son, Clerk; M. E. Johnson, W. H. Henry Carter. Joe Shults, judges; aiaor, J C. Her.. Councilmon man anyway, and three others per the as in Cuba, are nearly C- A. Yeisv, A. D. White, haps, is what the Progressives ex- alwayB cool and pleasant- - The ra'ny and Idle men are 'walking the b t recti Maddox, Judges; H. B. Drown, Sher- Sam. Davidson, Sheriff. merchandise of all aorta la alow of iff. . BemnesU, W. H. Gillespie, A, pect to ge It is really Just an J. C. Hnlpli Robert E. Taylor, Clerk; season Js the aaroe as that of Cuba, ale: hence the notice 'to the factories: Select W.,H. Baize, Clerk; E. 11. W. E. ftijte, J. D- Ralph. Marshal Harry F. fight, butUiero is enough extending from May 15 to October 15, "Hold orders for future till we Inley, Marlon Phegley, Judges; G. Judges: Howard. J. T. Wnltehouse, OI&UMion. City Attorney, McDowell venom In J. R. Mldklff, Sheriff. you to snip." it to satisfy the moat foro-clo- but without excessive proclp'tation, Sheriff, N. Baize. & I'rentloa poIItLCians. II, B. Wliat Louisiana except in hurrcano lwriods, which are C. That In turn means half time In that Hore Branch G. C. Hoover, C Dennis, ClarenceTaylor, Clerk; wants Js a few Congressmen wHio will rare. Tho potable water supply Js fncabry, more Idle men wulkliiu the PJrtle, Judges; Virgil Galry, T. B. Frymlre. S. O. AC0RRECTI0N. vote tor Win. lnterdata of the State. excellent, there Wng an ample quan-t- it itreeta and smaller retail business In Clerk; Fogle, Sheriff. Judges; Vernon Crowder, Sheriff. Laat week this paper said there that for ProtHihnt and it. HerlKit Allison Haynes. Clerk; to which may bo tuldc-- d v't'pro-du- that town. It Is nn endle chalu of C. Crowder, Ilosine H. depression and blight forged .by free. Clerk; Virgil Miller, would bo no Progreslvo caiidjJate for , to get rid of the (Little fellows who of numerous mineral aprlngs. II. L. Bovlns. Judges; W. F. Sanderfur, R. V, Likens, Orant Coagrcea In tn!s dis-yinor for the j jump whenever the Big Ohlof hapens Tho res'dent population Is 5,000, 'of trade blackuniltus. Mldklff, Sheriff. Judges; R. H. Raines, Sheriff. unexpired Senatorial term at tho No-'t- o crack his whip. Philadelphia Arnold LeBlle Shultz, Clerk; Til-fo- rd this number 1,000 bolng Americans, East Beaver Dam Joe Barrett, Investments are not made for fear election- - What we meant to Jlc IiCdger. who remain there for the whole or Haynes, P. L. Alford, Judges; profit In return for Clerk; Harrison 'Austin, D. B. Reid, R. that any .was that Uiero would be no Pro-- 1 .. r the greater part of the year. Nueva risk the ordinary J. Stratton, Sheriff. ... i Arlmlnisrratnrs ..v..vv. Nntira. will not be permitted. That la the . Blankenshlp, Sheriff." WIB UUUIUIUI JOr UHl lOSllIOIlH Geirona'ds tho scat of government-Lan- psychological condition. Until that fear Judges; J, B. Render Claude Myers, CJerkjJoe-McFarland- , Went Heaver Dam C. P. Hodge, is the primarj' oloctlon. As under ah jersons nawng oiaims aga'nst with bearing ctirus frut trees Is removed llivesiiieut will Ik? slow and Clerk; W. P. Thomas, J. P, McKln-ne- Joe James, Andrew Thorpe, Judges; ike amendment to the primary ejec-Up- o tho estate of Joe A. Barnes, deceas- Jb sold fir 700 an acre. Grape fruit the markets which depend ' Sheriff. i uxiu Invested, will present them to me properly Judges; Otho Dexter, Sheriff, Jaw, when thoro Js only one and orange growers are organised and ment weak. Add to this the loss of do Simmons Wado Hodge. Cletif canfjidato for an office onteiing 'iie proven on or Jboforo Aug. 10th, 1914, H. H. Pierce, Clerk; Q. 1). McHenrj packing housos. Indianapo mestic markets by oiir manufacturers Brown, Ed. Klrtey. Judges; or they will be barrod- Also all perhp rpnann fif thi. rMtifi.tlrin nf tha tnrin L. W. Hocker, R. P. Beck. Judges; Ouy primary js unnocesary and Uw lis News- Ranney, SherlfT. is certified direct. There Is sons' knowlpg thomselves Indebted to and we have the physical causes of the Snm JanieB, Jr., STiorlff. by note br(accouut psychological condltlona which the O.Sl. Bishop, Clerk; only one candidate for bach of tho said octato Centertown president truthfully kujs prevall.-S- an S. H. Render, L.R. Goodall, Judges; offi.c8 mcntiomll. TherQ. will be no will bottjo bamo by that date. Frunclsco Chronicle. FOR FLETCHER'S Progressive names on tfie lal!ot for FOR FLETCHER'S- JOHN I. MILES. Admr.. AIvJn no8g sheriff. opnrt-sema- n Jn this district or for 52t3. Tgleheart, Clint IlarrJlsp, Ky. 6niallliou(i H trtford Republican. nttr 'Aft-"!- !? c j ! ' ad4MS5!2i2 :li-l- n ty$ k lir-nkl- s tr fit a!. te r . ""V'T . - bt .I3 i.laV, 'c? i ...... .Wly "'nai i' cn i ,n i.ie-biA- BARNES AUTOMOBILE CENTRAL CITY. ' u-.-lj con-tniry- t- -- 1 .i.i ,,,.,,... - wu. ,v de ',';.s ., t !.. .., 0t .- -- tlef-nitel- to-d- " n. KJZZl: T to-da- y! "" 3. Speeded up the Factory k. jne ,... .i.. iii ..- A tory BIRMINGHAM order Pittsburg that the " order jrv: .. 5 Long T.ri -- - 1 - in '"JT ... ' ltjt "n i?? n Cumberland Telephone , 1 -2- 1-- and Telegraph Company m ,,, ,, I ...... J i. ...,.,.i Car-leade- rs oo oooooooooo oo ooooopooooooooo "l j ... Itk-hnrd- n ... I'1-- O el - wa-K- ' us n, wl-id- ui-ht- -- tic - ml-vis- e i. ct ct Pub-vemb- er ju.........t... .! ..... y, noin-inatl- - Children Cry I Children" Cry CASTORI A CASTORI A ' r ; OHIO COUNTY TEACHERS OVER A SCORE OF Wait! Wait!! Don't Worry! Our Semi-Annu- al HOLD ANNUAL INSTITUTE BOOTLEGGERS CAUGHT Round-u- p Profitable Session Under Superintendent Shults and Coats. By Madisonville Of-fice- rs T; Produces Good Results. Tis Big Hurry-U- p (inn ' Down and Sale Will Begin Friday, July 31st, and Continue Until X i youngest man was aboy twenty-fou- r. , v ,nc was caught when he came to tho Fo.lowlrfg la the enrollment: wIiat th exejtoment P. T. Wright, Roy Stewart,' Mar- -' uopoti wafj- - 0vor 40 clUzcns were at the vln Hoover, Al.co 'Hoover, Leslie rejoice at. uio caiK.uro oi LITTLE MONEV WILL NOW BUV BIG BUNDLES Boll, Mack 'Martin, MiUdr. C It. bu uwinwanre. ntfa SIcvmir. M. A. Kjrbv. TilfoiU , wl" sales OF GOOD GOODS IN OUR STORE. THE SUMMER Chapman, Earl Miller L. C- - SmiUi, Anti-WilsDemocrats. Lwsle Lvach, Ray Cook,. Vernon SEASON IS DRAWING TO A CLOSE WITH US AND this Crowder, A. P. Baswcll, OJs White, Evidently there is cither nn antl-'Jlsj- ii WE WANT TO SELL OUT EUERY PIECE OF SUMEzra Crowder. E. F. Lllcs. J- - T. conspiracy forming within tho Iloagland, 0. D. Carson, S. C- - Tliy-lo- r, Domocratic party, or tho d'ssatisfac-tjo- n MER GOODS WE HAVE LEFT. OUR PRICES WILL throughout tlie country with the Lonnle Owen, Allco Kcown, Eu-ii.of SOON DO IT. llale, Walter Myers, Eutlia present administration of nffa.rs at Washington is so pronounced liiAl Boswel, Clara Smtli, Lillian BUT THE WEARING SEASON FOR SUMMER Clove Sliti'Ur, Henry JJame3, widespread that Domocratic pupirs N. Stewart, VlrgJnia which are add.ctcd to the hab't of F. P. Bell. 0. GOODS IS NOW ONLY AT ITS HEIGHT. COME Bell, Froma E- - King. CJ ffie Felix, printing the news cannot ignore lt- NOW WHILE THE CHOOSING IS GOOD AND BUY Zoda JtaytnO.'id, Marie' Johnson, Bcr-tf- e It c&n read.ly .bo uWlerstqcd that Midkiff, Ira Day, Maude iMiller. tnerc 's ampjp matcrinl in tlie DemoALL THE WHOLE FAMILY NEEDS. Gertry Funk, Vada Taylor, 1'd.v Mil- cratic rauKu with which to start a ler, G. M. Davison, Delia French, demonstration against the President. REMEMBER! BIG VALUE FOR YOUR MONEY Sjicaker Clark, for example, will Dona Hoover, Mrs. D. M. Uones, Slny NOW. le never Hazelrigg, Kathcrlaic Pondloton, reomer from the sotjback ho Taylor, Iva Brown, Winnie Wil- - received at the Baltimore convention, avn, C. E- - Allen, Mrs. C. E. Allen, when, with a clear majority of the Nora Kceslngcr, A. 0- - Baughn, W. F. de'egatcs in his" favor, he was comg Anderson, Anna Catter, Cora Thom- - pelled to sit Calmly and vjow the Tis Annie Ieo Taylor, Ismay Mason, J of his grave, tho work of which Nell Plummer, Mrs. I. S- - Mason, was hastened by somo of hjs supIrene Ward, Marllsea posedly warm political friends. Eva Thorn (stw, Ruth HuulcO', Mfrl MdUer, And then there are the h Audry Growbarger, Arthur Mlnton, Bryan men, still hopeful but more or NCORJPORATEpuV Ethel Rowe, Rhoda Williams, Edna less battered jus at this time, who Bell, Mrs. Alice Boskett, R. D. Rob- would not object to seeing a mix-u- p Ethel out of which the Peerless LeaUer ertson, RJioda Whltohouse, CI mjght emerge with the banner in h's Moffat, Emma Wrlglit, Mattie Besslb Hudson, Mrs. Corinne hauej. But the Bryan bubble has Thomas, D. D. Moseley, Maude Stew- about reached the limits of Its pos art, H. T-- Leach, jMayme Crowder, sibilities, and it 'a mot probable that Dr. J- - A. Duff has opened ati office Nannie Raines, Ethel Raines, Em- tho woman's suffrage declaration will bis'famlly iiti party which sought to.reduee the tar- in the second ntory pf the Glenn ma WoUer, Myrtle, Larabert, lone dcrVtmore than call attention to the able easily to maintain building on Main street. comfort and to stara aewbanlc - o- Iff " Teveaue - bas,B, .(WWle enjoying Taylor, Howard, ' Clauda gtory'that is passed- Eatill FRIDAY, JULY 24. count. Now, after months of revision, proteotlon and prosperity, because Df Miss Hattio Glenn returned from Fraze, Mann Taylor, Morris Gen It a rather probable that there is Bowingx Green Sunday whore aho try, '.Mrs. iMary White, Addle B. no' organ' z l conspiracy against the the manufacturer 49 not so wefl off the Vysceridency of the- party which rates, and they .were try'ng to destroy, now that atteudinng the Normal. Taylor, Myrtle Taylor, Ruth Mam- President, but that those gentlemen as under the Payne-Aldr1o- h W. 8- - Tinislcy vta In Owenoboro had been man is paying the .same their leaders have nthnough RepuWJoan mons, M- - A. Emry, Clarence Bart-lot- t, of his party who 'would dike to sceT Mr. and Mrs. M, M. Bardwell, of Monday. Henry .Worner, Argent Barnes, some one plso nominated for the old prices for food and dothing- for dissensions succeeded n Beizing the tr. W. E' E11U retuxnod from a Taylor Mines, were Hie guests of govern mnet anjd tunned C. D. Adams, IxsLa Glenn, TaJmage Presidency are simply taking a'dvan-tag- o h4a family, and he has not yet opened reins of - and MrMrs. R. B. Lee Simmcrman trip to Louisville Tuesday. It Is "amusing to W- throughout tho that nfee bank account. It is rather things of the unrest Brown, Arthur WMtehouse, Jino. ;. FordavUle, is Wednesday. MI83 AnnaCooper, Odell, Jno. W. Kirk, Av H. Ross. F- - country nnd are utilizing h as a dlsapoint'ng to the average man and note how little these southern plant Mr. W. IT. Hitdobraud, sporting the guest of relatives here. Smith, weapon with wheh to Uesroy his in- he is beginning to suspect that he ers and manufacturers enjoy' the proHenry Leach," efliti of the Owonaboro Messenger, T. Shultz, Dnlsklll, DexterEarl cess of paying the fiddler iwh'le their has been 'bunkoed-- ' " Whitting-hil- l, fluence and bring about tho nominaAndrew SAL.VET, the great stock remedy-Secalled to see us while here with the Literature like, the forego1 ng from pojltjcal leaders dance. 3Ctf Roy H. Fore- tion of a mail more acceptable to H. E. Brown. U. S. Carson, Hartford. " ball team Wednesday. If free trade waa good for the mill a great newspaper which supported Whlttlnghil!, Bessie them. man. Abbyo Mr. Sam Anderson,' of Louisville, the wool Mr. Paul Woovlward, who has iho Raley, Jlre. J. M- - McFerren, Jesse fThls past- week ono of the ngents Mr. WJJson Jn his campaign for t&e hands of New England is the guest pf relatives here- contract for building tho now Metho Marlow, Ernest D. WlUon, Haltlo of the opposition to President Wil- Presidency, and which Is always growers Of tho north, and the cattlo Wire Fence best on dist church, made a flying trip to Mil'er, Eula Woosley, Eunice Shultz, son v'slted the southern States and classed with the Democratic pre(3S, men of the iWeat, it is also sood tor Amerkan earth. For sale by U. S. Carson. Owensboro 'on budnefs Monday. in tho Cincinnati Enqurer of Vr'day although its Democracy hpi. oft in the sugar growers of Louisiana and Will Griffith, C. K. Carson, O. indicative of the iron workers of Alabama. Lex E. S. Howard, Dudley there was a dispatch from Atlanta', been assailed, js safely Mr. J. II. Sapp died Tuesday morn agent for tho faU. S. Carson is Georgia, which dwelt upon the dis tne trend or sentiment witnin me ington iveauer Robt. ing about 5 o'clock. Ho had, In Westerfield, Henry Brackin, mous American Wire Fencing. Rusher, J. C- - Iiwremee, Alva. Kelly, satisfaction Jn the South with tho Democratic party and glvd encourage Miss Jesse Marlow, of FordsvJlle, uociwung neaiui ror pometuuu. Tlie wiho bellove that a Farm or Sale. gravo J. E. Canan, Ellis Sanaerfur, Ber- Wilson administration. In the course ment to these hurla) was at Uio Patterson L Is the gmtit of MIsa Nancy Ford- return to t.e principles of the Re 150 Acres on Hartford and Rockpor yard. tha May Sanderfur, Mantlia Sander- - of his dispatch this correspondent publican party w'11 bring about bet- road, 1 2 Mr Douglas F6llx spent Uio week 'miles from Broadway and 'Mr- J.. E: Taylor, Xorancrly of fur, II. E. Crowder, Fred Wihittrng-hll- l, sa'd: present national administra ter times for all. i liorty on Green with a carnitine "The Bethel Shroader, Jesse Byers, 2 miles from Roakport. Solioolhousq Leatelifield, has runted offices onc? Another great newspaper, Tho New Hlvcr. high wiatjer mark of tho llaiik of Hartford and will at Georpo Wedding, E- B. Mason, Imon tion reached tlie on ddgp of farm ajnd church near. jVrvIn Mary popular esteem 'n tho Southeastern York Sun, which suported President Horn to'tho'wifo of Walter Wal- once pngugo in Uio Fire Insurance Btflamy, leisure, States with the jwssago of the tariff Wilson before tho election of 1912, Three roads pass dwelling house lace, nmr lloda, e$trday inornlne. a buslnlis. 2tl Marks, Elton Huff. and currency legia'alon. Since then in its edltoral columns of Thursday which is on Hartford R. F. D. No. fine boy 'Sirs. John W. Taylor, who had gone an ebb has set in, and tho flaw of sa'd: Mr- - Luni Ieleliart left Monday for to Birdseje, Most of Jand pertectly level. Any A. E. Willson Speaks, lud., to Ml sit lvlathcs, popular approval from Uio adminis"We wonder .whether President WilNow Orleans where he has accepted wps callid Jmnio by the illness of on, desiring to purchase farm will do A. E- - WlUson spoke at tho tration has been so constant autl so son Is aware of the great and grow- , a position. v her husband, wtfio is t)ireatpiuld with court house Wednesday afternoon, to strong Uiat at present there Is not 'ng number o( lifo'ong Democrats, not Willi to lavesUgalje. Price roasona.-bl- e. iwiU typhoid fovor. Mrs- A. V. Goodlti and olilldren Apply for further Information a fair sized audlienco composed most- much left to ebb. in 'big business but In small,, hot return to txjlr home u Charlestu.1, The new oil well of the Gem OH ly of persons attending the Teachers' BARNETT & SON, Agents. it "The travel tides of tho SouUieast near ohoir but to or in the Mx., Uilay. He was Introduced by ,tU pass through Atlanta, and theso ln the back pows of the congregation, Company was' shot Tuusilay w.th (Institute. .MlHa Marlam Hoi brook deft Thurs- eood rtults- - Tho Wqat Kentucky Pe- Judge Otto C. Martin and at once tides for tljree mouths have beoa who are bo Impressed wHh the merits day for Shelb)wi)le where she will troleum Co., is still fishing Tor the launched Into a strong Republican .soundj'iiE a note of dissatisfaction of his admin'straton that they have v speech attacking all the policies of with the coinduat of affairs In Wash-- . already made up visjt trlends tools in the Vance weU- their minds to vote (Wilson administration. lite Fight tho flics and mosquitoes by lnston- - Busjtuiss, men from Florida, the Republican ticket in 191(5, no matMrs. Tburmau.Royal and children, the the UpderwooVl Tariff law, Alabama, South Carolina and other ter What name getting your Screen Wire Cloth ai of FoiUflvlille. Wilio lui-- been visiting' that ticket lhall preare con- sent to their rospeolve aqujs. B. h. King's. thp homes of Shcniff 6. O. Keojwn the tolls repeal bill and, the Foreign States of this 'seotfon-w- ho at ii policy of ,the Demooratlo adminlstra-- t stantly passing through Atlanta are J,An1body but Wilson; even RooseMr. Mcllenry Hplbrook has ac- and C. P. Koowji. for th,o past Don "toe 'with "a pyunpatjiiitlc recep- moi. pronounced in thoir expressions velt rather than Wilson.' week, returned homo today. . cepted a position wUb'a brokerage tion. He eulogized Col. Roosevelt and of JL'ssat'sf action. "This attitude, It Is true, denotes ; Miss, Corinne' Itogoi returned to liia administration, firm In Chicago- saying that In '"Of, course, this djssatlsfaotlon 's a merely psychological oonfdt'on; but ivi Prof. OtJs White, Flint Springs, her home in EJkton today attjer a many respfcte he la as, great as nob (finding much expression ln the tho multiplicity of its existence caljed to see us while' attending the visit to hfr grandparenis, Capt.'and Washington pr Wmcpln, In referring newspapers. The editors as a rule should not for that reason be the - S. K. Cox. She was accompanied MrsTeachers' Institute. to Toft ho said that when are standing by tho administration, less gratifying to a statesman who home b" Miss Kennedy Collins. Miss Mildred Elgin, of Hopkinsville, he lost hjs own state In his race for though many of them are doing it has undertaken to reform a venerable arrived Thursday to 1q tfyo guest of Mr. C- - FT.Tappan dledat his resi- the nomination It was 4me tor him 'n a rather apologetic manner. political 'organisation according to dence 1n Central City last Saturday to quit , relatives land friends. "While .tho South seconded tariff h's Individual notions and tastes- Tappan iwaa -- j f Misses Nora Wedding and Katie of stomach trouble. Mr. re Vila! on, it cannot be said that the "Does the Presldont really undeJCatncr of our citizen, Mr. J- - B. hHeatfache ana Nervousness Pendleton returned home Saturday the revision has rstate Uie exitont of It's suocosft in reTappan, and has pCten visited HartCured. v proved altogether satisfactory- - Of, forming the party which he has eelz-e- d i from llowJtlng Green. ford. was a popular man in his men, the iron Mlse Ettlle and Bddyith Duke, of community. He leaves two sons and "Chamberlain's Tablet are, entitl- course', the cotton-mi- ll uiura with vigorous mastery and are the guests of iMJt four daughtrcs, his wife having died ed to all the praise can eve them." and steel men and tlie lumber nieu made his own? Is he too modest in may derive) bis obstinacy from tho DukoTUrsr yieek. writes Mrs. Richard Olp, Spencerport, were jnever very keen for revision, Ills' pat I ma to of results in the way of faotjthat.he'is being ted4 away from. - Mattjye Duke this several yeans ago. N. Y. They have cured me of head- - aitd, as they and their employes wore getting rid of undesirable Democrats? rather. (tban to, our supply of feed ho f Beaver MteKinney, Miss EUa Mr. Hooker Williams became the ji Perhaps Uio Congress elections this knows win make him a good meal. aohe and nervousness and restored pie doing very well under the ' Dam, .was the guest of Mdss jWinnie purchaser of the Hartford Ice Plant sojiedules, (hey dreaded the fall may open h's ey to the resjijen-de- Try 'driving tibn pur way won't take io my .normal neaiui." tor aaio ny Wednoaday- Sinimermftn at the public eulo lost Saurday. it much compulsion. We have no fear use of the Democratic axe on the truth about his achvlepment." Messrs. .Prootor, orLoitchfleJd, and is undor&tocfd that he will add now all dealere. rates- - The general ipublie) however, So fur as the supar planters hnkl of, temporary and permanent results Thompson", of Alabama, attendeU Uio machinery and enlarge the plant so was keen for revision. V the manufacturers of Uio South are I from feeding horses, cattjo, pjgs and Business Opportunity. Institute hero this 'week, that he will be ublo to lake ttfte of "It has been Uld'Uiat U was being concerned, nobody will waste much poultry on our hay, grain, etc. Prof. I. S- - Mason, Beaver Dam, has aJJ demands in tho future. iUoker Wanted partner with $000 ln ex- robbed" by the Payuo-Aldrlc- li rats; sympathy on themNan account of tho county rights Proposition. thatthese rates were responsible for Injuries they 'beea looking la upoutho Institute knows Uio busiuirs tluirougiMy and cellent have roco'ved as a rethfs week, anil linoJdoataJJy tMns h's we predict ho will' make tlie local Splendid possibilities. Pull Investi- the 'hieh cost of llvjug,' nnd that as sult of Uio harmful effects of Uio , The Produce Merchant remces Jn his race for the Sta,tVj Ben- - plant a groat success, now that ho gation. AddremW.S. 308 soon as Democratic rovis'on weirt Tariff Aot. js in 'full contro. ' Bldg., Louisville, Ky. HARTFORD, - KENTUCKY effcor the average man woul'd be ... -w For years tyjndly following Uio I1 filrCi Saturday, August 8. Some MaiUsonvJile, Ky Jn'y IS-Tho 0!i!o County Teachers' Inst.-tut- o vaoleiilo ruuml-u- p Vho court jiuitso Monday' morning u moi at of b jot Ichors was made, and f e i .. morning .with u Jargu teachers frthn u jrarts of thu county-Tin- ; nicii, f.,ur ficgro women ..'id . rem t ndtr negro nit-n t u of I l.idict. ft predominate in numlivti unit Uiuyaruttl no looking twoirj throe, were taken t( HopU an- sot of g rls. Tlic Irojs JoJj tit though vlllo fo exam n. ng trial. ompojeiit to'i Ljral officers, assisted by Federal uicy were Uioroujjh Vach tiiu young )d aJiow to shoot." offic a, hao btcn (ulmly ut work f i uiiiiolqun to the law Mr. J- - W. Kirk was eloouod secru sevei.il gut, down tojhrcnkois Und last n gut U.ej got ury and tho Inatituio work ut Once, i'rof. T. J. Coatcfl, is Ulls' w 4 automobiles, bribing t'leni Instructor for tho Institute and ho ln aM I'uit.ng tnonwn jail und i.,a niarcjifd i,lw binu army a i'' Is.filllii" Uio position to tho .tuau,v.mu ranrcnu faction of up. n"u. Tli.. HurtfoiU liar entertained Uio 9"L"" il"(I uirr.ed Uio bunch to lloj .Monday evening. Judge Glunn Wnsv'-e- . laJi ww past bevcirty prciJ'.d.ng. Some good music, opocohcsl 0nu uhltc and ra.dims composed tho bill of cara of qbo and a Mpplc, Vhile tho 1 -- Mi , f iEMiSjyHUBm BIG FOR YOUR MONEY S tf, (lu, WRmWiB& VALUE v sat's-'4-,,or""- 1 ' "uiu 'W VHi I I 3iMPi NOW are going on, others have the Big Kum come and gone, but Down Sale that everybody comes to will be. the biggest event the season. Don't WORRY but WAIT. On.. Friday morning, July '31st, HURRY for Fairs' and remember that IT PAYS TO ," on Pat-Uijiso- ii, TRADER WITH A HOUSE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY. Lu-cl- Ja6b e' - dig-jr'n- last-ditc- CARSON CO. Hartford, Kentucky. tft Hartford Republican. j - the-aver- age - topsy-Aurve- - ly-e- n i 4- Ex-Go- v. tjie-jwijp- "THE STUBBORN - pf BEAST" ,!ex-Pr- - le t Payme-Afdrlc- nt W E.ELLIS Inter-Southe- rn n-- to .11... feHi ..friWH,.KMli.4fe , nkmrfMmiUHmmMK0HltJUlvmW( i' " MUSICAL HEADS AND STORIES OF LISZT How the Famous Master Played to a Hidden Audience. A ECCENTRIC CHESTERTON. FACES. I SURPRISE AT THE FINISH. Fop a Moment It Filled the Hostess and Company With Dismay, but Proved a Case of All's Well .That Ends Well A Snub For a Tactless Baroness. Liszt resented people counting on his pluying. When Iliiruuess K. Inveigled him Into promising to t:iLe ten with her, because he kuew her father, she, on hU accepting. Invited a lot of friends, holding out hopes that Liszt would play. She pushed the piano Into the middle of the room no one could have possibly fulled to see It. Every one was on the qui vlve whin Llszt arrived and breathless with anticipation. Liszt, who had had many surprises of this sort, I imagine, saw tbe situation at a glnuce. After several peopje had been presented to bltii. Llszt, with his most captivating smile, said to the hostess: "Madam, where Is your ptnno?" and looked all about for the Instrument though it was within an inch of bis nose. "Ob, monselgneurl Would yon, really V advancing toward the piano, triumphantly. "Yon are too kind. I never should have dared to ask you." JLnd, wuvlng her hand toward It. y:r "Hero Is the piano!" -Ah. yes." said Llszt, who dearly loves a Joke, "I wished to put my bat :.; Wjery the" crestfallen, but still undaunted, monsclgneur, you will not refuse, if only to play n scale merely to touch. tactles baroness cried, "But, I , thpilD-no'- as unkind as she was tact- flnSWerod. coldly "Mnrtn.jn. J .jMTjjr play my scalps In the afternoon." ""sncfiUrned his back on her and talked " tLlS-zt- . US,' ."'!&: - to r On another occasion Some' of his me that b'c 'would In- MOOga jo try over at 5 o'clock clojghls letter. What a chance, though) 'TjQIJSB to give pleasure to some of jny friends whoT knew" were longing to ee him. Although he bad said eutre sons la his letter; and I knew that be .really wanted to look through, the songs lone with me, I could not.feslst the temptation though It was "such rank sjjiooedlence and said to them: "Liszt Is coming to me at S o'clock Ji" yon would like to hear him, and content to be hidden behind a door. I 1 tjtJj.AJndamnelb!g, accepted with rapture and were assembled In tbe little salon b iVto the time appointed. The'doofXTOs toft Jpga and a large screen placed "'"KJorelT ' --m irfte Z v Joban fetched Llszt in our carrUiRe, W ka Always does. 1 received lllm'and Ulttook of "Lledef." which he brought with him. (Only Johan and Nina Were jtrMfenti tte opened the book at "Com-aeto- t dlsaleht lis?" One of his most tttaotiful Bongs, which has an exquisite but Very difficult accompaniment. He jrlayed with fairy fingers, and we went could fun It several times. Iwaving see tbe acfeen swerving and about back was turned, so be but ouid not see It After we had finished ten was served, and tbgD be said. "Have you heard my Rlgoletto?' " JbSfB,'1 1 said, and added, "but not by you." "Well." be said. "I will play it for you. Tour piano Is much better than have. It Is a pleasure to the one play on It." Tbe screen, now nllvo with emotion, almost tipped over. After "Wgoletttv" be played "Lp Soirees do Vlenne," and this time the screen actually did topple over and exposed to view the group of badly frightened ladles hud died behind It. I shuddered to think how the master would take this hor rible treachery. He tools It better than I expected in fact, he laughed outright. The la dies came forward and were presented to him and were delighted. 1 am sure that Llazt was. too; ut any rate, he laughed so much at my ruse and con trltlon that the tears rolled down his cbeeks. tie wiped them away with his pocket handkerchief, which had nn embroidered F. L. in the corner. Thin be left behind and I kept It as a sou. venlr. Mme. de ncgprmnnn-l.lnden-cronIn Harper's Magazine. J-fRies U JJs'b '.tSir""' 1 e Behind tha 8peeder-'fhl- nk of It! Uere's this old enrtb'tnnklriK one rotation In twenty-four hours, tbe same aa It did 0,000 years ago. Jinks Well, what of It? "Great Scott muni Can't we devise ,iome way to apeed her up a little?" Tim. Ufa. Eithar. can't Judge a man by his actions. Tbe fellow who deliberately walks In front of a quick moving auto nay be a perfectly proper object of sympathy, and then again be may be a Cleveprofessional damage seeker. land Plain Dealer. Too By tha Foot "Growing? Why. every time I get home from a trip I find that that baby f--jbLm has grown another foot" Cast Shell look like a centipede pnttj sob." Houston Post. Do be sincere. If yon barest tha jowage of yoar own opinions 70s will 0STr V nock. They Have a Shape All Their Own, HOTEL Saya a German Scientist Ha Doesn't Mind How He Dresses, and Circuit 'Court T. F. Blrkhcnid. Hie Wife la His Guardian. That nil musicians ate "freaks." so , .!,. ..... Ik ...... Judge, Ben D. Bingo, Attorutv) ; V. ii"i .iiii'ie I.. inn-- 1111111 iiuim'i in Inn.t far as their physical appearance got, B. U. Bnrrass, 1. .MIdklff, Jailer; Attorney Law who admit quite frankly that he N l.s the opinion of Dr. Paul Holm, the 'Clerk; E. B. Ulrkhcad, Master Compractically dependent m liN wife, and German scientist. Not only this, but he missioner; 11. T. Uollins, Trustee HAUTKOItD, KT. Is big (.:. K. CliiMortoii. Like tlnils that, regardless of their ran or j that I Jury Fund; S. O. Keown, Sheriff, movt geniuses and (!. K, C. N gener- nationality, all persons of marked 1. Deputies 8. A. Bnitchcr; Will practice his profes-slotHartford. in U. I nv ally admitted to be one Chesterton Is sicai anility snow a close S. O. Keown niid and adjoining counties. ConimorchaJ .office deputies-.M- rs. too iuikIi absorbed In the details of to one another In the shape of their OUmoro Keown. Court convenes first anU I'rctioo . Specialty. Monday in February and cotitlnui-his creative work to bother much with (heads and faces. The head and rem,- ItLOFAMEWJ oftcthree weeks; third .Monday f.i April, mere business and social ones, and tenance of the typical musk-Iatwo weeks; third .Monday In October, -- . how many of his commissions would look very much like tlioe of the lion or two weeks. In a city where Eood hotels tie executed and how tunny of his up tile sphinx. abound, tbe Powhatan beads the Court-J- ohn B, Count Wilson. The peculiar shape of a musician' polntments kept If It were not for Int. judKe; w. c. Bianiunhhip, clerk; Law Mrs. C. goodness only knows. ,cIi" 'head Is due. Dr. Sohn believes, to tin It is Ant 'In the butts of its (.'. B. Smith, Attorney, Hartford. countrymen. acts as his business ami gradual expansion of the sound center Court convenes first .Mondiuy In ouch HARTFORD, KY. goes with him 'oil almost every Jour- of his brain and the consequent change month. In the conformation of his skull. Tills ney. Quarterly Court Brains Mtro. W. 11. Barnes tmd C. on the Is why the heads of Wagner, Heel ho- first Alonuay In ccfy uionj,h. Smith nnnoiuioe th.it Uny have form- It Is on record, however, that nure von, Hubert Schumann, Ulchard Strauss ' when Court of Calm Convenes first 'a ,jiruuff.sUlp' Uv the BiiriU prao- Chesterton had a Journey tu , flr8t rUW" arrived, and .Mrs. Clies. (and other great musicians all hae an make visitors UaTt?yoi!olir"Unry " w. ercg.t crUnlnal and dlvor and soiiletliues fan terton. being called upon to play the eccentric, abnormal A ill". Smith biding County Attor- Other County Officers- - C. S. Mo- tastle appearance. musician's -- omul part of hostess, was unable to accomloy, Survejor, roiMsllle, Kj., 11. u--y is luxiwntud fnili practnuuiK such pany her husband. However, she 'center develops abnormally because II F. D. .No. J; Tom Hlnes, AssesKor, ecJsxK. .Mr. Unrtutj will lttallvldivOly Is there that everything In his life finds "Now, The Tonhatan is retmed, ex. started him off with the words. J Its motive. V'slil sIIUlf OUflUI 111 clusie, and restful. Its excelOfflcta In Gilbert, you know where you nie to tcmient, Hartford; Ur. A. 11. Klley aoL'ejit such practloe. lent location on Pennsylvania The musical head and face are of a Avenue, 18th and II Mrcets, lecture and what your subject Is." and primitive type, because musical genius Coroner, Hartfonl; T. II. Benton, Hartford Kepubliatn bulldliiB, Hartmakes it a desirable headquarItoad Bnglneer, Hartford. Chesterton went to the railway sta- Is a reversion to the time when men ford, K" ters lor bridat couples, tourist tion. Arriving there, he hanged down communicated their ideas by means of iiartirs, conventions. Schools JUSTICES' COIKT.S. , a sovereign at the booking otlice and more or less Inarticulate sounds. But, The Powhatan attracts the Bd. Shown. Hartfonl. Tunsilav nit. said. "A ticket." people of culture and education. nlthough the musician's physical np D. 'er 3d .Monday In March, Tuesday aft "Where for?" asked the astonished pearance Is barbarous in Its lack of Its proximity to State, War and Navv Departments, also to man? Attorney Law er ju .Monday in June, Tuesday aftclerk. beauty and regularity, it contains no points of historical interest, er lid Monday In September, Tuesmakes this hotel especially at "Free Trade ball." replied Chester hint of degeneracy. KY. HARTFORD, day after ad Monday In December. tractive to a discriminating pub ton. The typical innloiil head is charac lie L. A. McDanlel, Itoukport, Friday ASSOCIATED WITH M. L. IIEAVBsN- "Oh. Glasgow, then!" said the clerk, terized ly th horizontal breadth of The Powhatan offers room after 3d Monday In March, Friday with detached bath at $1.50. and Gilbert, assenting, received a tick- the forehertd, the broad nose and chin This office Is equipped for handafter 3d MonJday in June, Friday $2.00 and up. Rooms with priet for that station. and the wide, extremely mobile mouth. vate bath, $2.50, $3.00 and up. after 3d Monday In September, ling Commercial lxtw and Collection Stepping Into the street at Glasgow, The brow often nrerjinnp greatly, as 'Write for booklet ith map, after 3d Monday In Items as well as other legal and litihe was hailed by a friend: "Hullo. wns so notably the case? with BeethoCLIFFORD M. LEWIS gated matters. 1'ractlcc lu all the I S. W. Leach, Cromwell, Wednesday Chesterton! What are you doing ven. The eyes are lustrous, luit bear a manager. courts. Prompt and vigorous service. y here?" 0 111. 'after 3d Mondaj In March,, separated, dreamy expression. The after 3d .Monday In June, M. L. Hcarln's Office. "Oh, I'm lecturing at the Free Trade hands are broad and strong. (tlnesilay after 3d Moifday In St-p-nglrHlllliliiltT iH,i7Mii.,.,.imi,Tg, hnll." "Musicians," says )r, Sohn, "are n.iiiui.1, etinesuiij aiier uu .Mon"Oh. no: you're not." said the friend. slaves to their seno of sound, day in December. "Oh, yes; I am." protested Chester- and It Is This that not only uffectH their it, C. TiclRiior, Ccntcrtonn. Sat- ton. "1 booked the engagement some physlcnl appearance, but makes tlieiij 'urday ifter 3rd .Mondaj lu each Attorney at Law HAVE YOUR SUITS so neryojis and excitable. The ! mentnjly R month months ago." CROMWELL, - KY. intellect Is "Hilt jQii cannot be." maintained the main feature of the niu-UWiuion Smith, Select, Tuesday friend, "for the" place Is being reno that mental excitement seeks a differ after I'd Monday lu March, TuesJn Will practice his profession Tn thftf ent outlet from that In the case of ordl ! vated and tbe painters are iuX' after ".'d Monday in .May, Tuesday and djolulng counties. Collections, jiary men." Xpw York American. It slowly dawned upon Clietui-iol- l after lid Monday In August, Tues- Commercial and Criminal Practice a that he was at the wrong place, and day after I'd Monday In No, ember. Prompt Specialty. and vigorous y w. s. Dean, Dundee, he, 'further to Justify, hjs cjjiitn, n Mark twain as a linguist. and Dyeafter tho second Monday lu service. greatness, SeTit n'tuIetJI'duTlO Ins wife: .March, Wednesday after M Monday ing "Am here. Where ought I to be?" Hi Grim Vow Alter Hs Firmly DecidIn May, Wednesday after 3d Monday Mrs, fchestertoiij however, apKveg ed to Learn French. given in August, Wednesday nfter 2d MonLadies parently cannot always compass tbe "When Mark Twain wns a young re day In .November. feat of, Having tier rotund husband cos- porter. Working on the San FrancIco ' Hen F. Itice, Fondsvllle, Tueeday I AM tumed according to Hoyle. 1 remem- Call, he made up his mind to learn the after 2d Monday In March, ThursHats Cleaned day after 2d Monday In May, Thursber Quite vividly a soiree which French language. He did not wnnt to day after 2d Monday In August, To do any kind of Veterinaonce attended at the Chestertons flat go to the expene of a teacher, nnd so Thursday niter 2d .Monday in Nory work. Horses, mules and in Overstrand Mansions, Battersea. he bought a grammar and conversation and vember. Work called and even more vividly how G. K. C. book and set to work. Before breakfast cows need not die for want of Ben W. Taylor, Ralph, Friday aftWas dressed. Part of bis costume con- he pored over the lessons; late In the er 2d Monday In March, Friday after Calls answered attention. sisted of trousers and waistcoat of a evening he was" at H again, nnd every 2d Monday in May, Friday after 3d Club $1.00 day or night. broWB mixture and a dark red tie. available moment of the tiny he (Monday In August, Friday after 2d and with these he wore it la almost wjth etpjQrnssfilulty. jionaay m isovcmbor. incredible, yet true a dinner coat! lie soon Degun'to look about for opIIAHTFOHD POLICE COURT. Veterinary Surgeon O. C. Martin. Judgo: .McDowell A. He was In great form that evening portunities to make uc of his new ac Hartford Pressing Chit), Foglc, City Attorney; J. P. Stevens, Hoi-tfCfC- l, cOrijlhgTy he began to Ky. and kept ns all well editled and en- complishment. Marshal; Court convenes secorfl Montertained. I don't suppose he had the eat at n French rcstnurant once a week. GUNTHKR BLDO.,CENTEKST. day In each month, One tJSv H he nnd his roommate faintest idea what he had C. Ur. Mavnrr Tt. Church in Philadelphia Ledger. tfeTe cotalmj out of the restaurant tbey HARTFORD, KY. - T, City COUllC P--J. j. e. Uean, Treas Couth, Clerk; t found on the sidewalk lust outside the urer, Members of Council J. C. Bci- door a Frenchman. He was asking ' An Embarrassing Moment nelt, Capt. A. D. White. A. B. l'atc,1 first one passerby and then anothcr'the J 1 3. D. Ralph, A. C. Yelser, W. There nit moments when a man way to H. a certain street, but no one un Gillespie. would sooner be anywhere than where YOU derstood him. That was Mark's 7 At Schjool TruBtcoi J. D. Duke, ChairNational Weekly ht? Is. chance. The Frenchmnn looked at man; R. T. Collln, Secretary; Dr. Take tbe case of the young ttian who him with wistful eyes and began to sV af J. W. Taylor, and W. K. Ellis. wns talking with an heiress who can talk. Mark listened attentively. Three write checks with five figures. RELIGIOUS, SERVICES. or four times the stranger was com- -' "Which do you consider the most pelled to repeat his question, then M. E. Church, South Services Until this year conducive to happiness. Mr, Giggles-worth- , Mark seemed to catch his drift. But CMitt't har betni and Treatment fiWhlng and evening cveny first Sunmoney or beauty?" she asked. sold at $5.50. Now third Sunday in each month. he bad scarcely spoken half a dozen What could he say? the price is $2.50 for WEAK day school 'J: 45 a. in. I'roycr mootwords In reply, when the Frenchman SaMaBBBBBBBllaBBB Tbe heiress Is as plain as tbe law fell to the sidewalk lu njleatl faint. ntft.ehavcsecurfdi ing every Wednesday evening. Rev. f BBBSlllDrV J a concession whtre-b- y LUNGS or B. Wi Napldr, pastor. permits heiresses to be. The true cause o The re can offer it. Baptist Church If tbe young man said "beauty" the fainting may neer be Known. Very CONSUMPTION and cveulns cvory Services morning at a still further second and fourth lady would be offended. If he said likely he was, famDed, and perhaps reduction in conTf VOU MeAtfon this naner we will send vou Sunday In each month. Sunday school "money" she might consider It a pro he had IjeeTt put but of this. Very nection with this 8; 45 a. m. l'rayer meeting eery Wed a bottle FREE, by mail a quick relief for posal. ,v- -' publication. because of hU seedy appear- that tired, J ( feeling, coughs, pains ncsday ovemlng. Rev. A. S. Pottle, Then he rallied ' ance. But, whatever the eaue, the ift chest, night sweats, hemorrhages, weak pastor. Special Offer to Our Readers navlng neither." he said, "t'd rath- Joke was oiy Mark for once. Mark's Christian Church Sen Ices every er not be quoted." Cleveland Plain roommate, was careful enough ot his lungs or consumption. third and fourth Sunday at 11 n. in. KtcOKnuinirthc irrrai demand fr Cottnt'i ar 10CK BOX 616 Dealer. 7 p. m. Sunday school 0:0 n. in. the ttcw piicr. we have made arrinecincnts to friendship not to tell the incident at OHIO MEDICAL CO. COLUMBUS, 0. amd . f'ffcr IV and our own publiearion cacti one ear Elder Gwlnn, pastor. (ef tlw price ot CaJlWrValopc Tim maliniitcfi the olllce of the Morning Call, but ho tiller and muet betaken advantaueof promptly. ' He Saw the Joke SECRET SOCIETIES. teased the rWng huumrKt a good deal '.V Hartford Lodge No. C7j, F. and A. hearty latlgh had gone nlmost about It. When the fun had lasted What Yoa Get in. Collier's- M. meets every first Monday night aroilhd over the story, of the fisherman long enough Mark set his jaw. and in each month. W. S. Stevens, W. Colller'i i rbe one bl. Independent, fearless. to locate the place on the lake with unlimited determination written who. M.; Owqii Hunter, Secretary. Meekly ot tlie whale country. Not only is it the where he had good luck, cut a nick In on his features announced, "I'll learn rood cititen's handbook aat it l alio a Hartford Chapter No. S4 O. E. S. the side of his boat "Almost around." French If It kills every Frenchman In inauanne for the wbele famtlr Amont the meets ovcry second and fourth Montlunss that a year's aubicnption civet arct for the Englishman sat solemn mid si the country!" Youth's Companion. day evenings, Mrs. J. H. Williams, 1000 Editorial About live minutes later, how lent. W. M.; Jns. H, Williams, W. P-- ; 600 Nw Pbotoa ever, he awnko with a roar of laughter, Succeed when everything else falls. Why a Lako Is Like a Person. Miss EHzahoth Miller, Secretary. , 250 Short Artsclea ISO Short Stoirs In nervous prostration and female, and wien asked the trouble, replied: A lake resembles n living being In Rough River Lodge No. 110 Knight 100 lUuatratrd Peaturra weaknesses they are the supreme "Well, wouldn't it be a coiklng good many ways. It has n pulse. Its surof Pythias moots every Tuesday even2 Completo Norela remedy, as thousands have testified. ing. Jno. W. Taylor, C. C; W. It. It Joke if that fisherman gut a different face rles and falls rh thmkally. Collier's $2.50 Both for etJy FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND Hedrlck, K. of R. &. S. boat the next time he went out." nut only has a circulation. Its water Hartford Tent No. 99, K. O. T. M. Hartford Republican STOMACH TROUBLE ebbs and flows, but there nie undercurmoots every first and tnlrd Thursday it la the best medicine ever lold Deep Breathing. rents by which the life giving iygen nights. R. T. Collins, Commander; over a druggist's counter. "Learn to sit or stand erect and Is carried to oigauNmx which dwell In E. P. Moore, RccoiVl Keeper. says a health expert Its depths. It does muscular work. breathe deeply." Acmo Lodgo No. 339 1. O. O. F. 'Itemember that your blood cannot be The shores nre eroded, and wharves moots every second and fourth Friproperly washed with half a lungful ot are moved by the Ice pressure. It diday nlghta in each month. C. M. Harnett, Noble Grand; W. It. Hedrlck, air any more than you can take u prop gests food, and some hikes, sad to sa. Secretary. er bath in a few pints of water." sometimes have Indigestion. And so Hartford Camp No. 202 V. O. W. must know what a Joy there Is we might continue the comparlsi)unud meets every second and fourth Sat- In the deep breathing of the pure air tell of Its smiles and frowns and tbe urlday nights In Tom of tbe morning. Tbe lungs respond to music of Its waves upon the shore. SocucoNDDrrcNDto.J "port. I Williams, Council each month. W, C. much as the body reacts Atlantic Monthly. the stimulus Wnm MTloa, bow so vvifa imotm, hm,. Wallace, Clerk. Commander; MCCAIX rATtOlNS eoarnstu, no, IN ALL COUNTRIES). ,or f,J,1!i',!rfttt V'npllciryaa from n dash of cold water. Columbus Clfc,.,, nearly Sunshine Hive No. 42, L. O. T. M StdKttt direct milk WathlKrla taV4t tnu, reliability yts. nearly. DlsoatCh. mtnrj 4 cfltm thtfattut. Blended. meets every first and third Friday arery city and town in the United Statai and rtlsat tad InMsnmsat Prsttlts Eitlislrsljr. Canada, or by rnall direct. More: aold than, nlghta in each mouth. Mrs. Attyo Sir Arthur Conau Doyle, the. rrentor any other niake. Send for Ires oiUloguc Driven to It of Sherlock Holmes, once 'said that he t aMk isms, aw VaiM tuiM riat Cm, II Griffin, Lady Commander; Mrs. II. aCLS.'o) IMAttAZINE . J i'T wHsn4ton. oC. E. Mlschke, Lady Record Keeper. "Can you make me u bureau with a wrote his first book at the age of slx.x Mora tubtcribera than, any other faihlooj Keystone Chapter No. 110, R. A. secret drawer?" anitazlna million a month. tnaluable. LatIt appears to have been a story of est itjlet. pattern!, dreaimaklnK, millinery. M meets every thirid Saturday night "Yep. Place to hide n will, eh?" adventure of the most exciting kind. plain a(wina;,Uncy necdlewDik.lialrdrettlncL In each month. John T. Moore High ttiuette, pood .stories,- tic. Only W centa at "No: I Just want to have h place "There was a man In it and a tiger," year (worth double), including a tree pattean. Priest; W. S Tlnsley, Secretary. where I can keep u few clothes. My Sir Arthur said. "I forget which of AMERICAN SOCIETY OF EQUITY. """I" u7, wr arnvi mr aauipic copy. wife's thlugs occupy ull the visible the two was the hero of the story, but - WONBCIIFUI. 1NBUCEMENTS State Of floors President. J. H. Mcbrings pace." Louisville Courier-JournaIt didn't matter which becouse about Connell, Princeton, Ky.; VIco Presi- I to'Atenta. Foital offers. premium catalogue anil new caiU prise Address the time the tiger met the man they dent, J. II. Burney, Muhlenberg Co.; HI HcCAUC, IMtatM W.tttaSt, nn VMaT Pleasant Secretary became blended Into one!" Treaa.. s. u. uouertson, Jones, pleasft can Child Visitor-M- rs. Calhoun, Ky.; Organizer, T. II. Bal- T UiajsYSIUMKKCM.t I go upstairs In your room and look maln, Hartford, Ky. AH Hanging On. Wilnoatess-Wh- y. OFFCR: Member In your closet? State Executive Board-B- en Tatlence And you say there were a iatU Xaw.BUw. AtlUlwDi W Watson, Webster county; J. W. lie, what do jou want in my closet? lot of women hanging onto the straps' tWa4 Tasats yea ear pirmasiat cutawaw. aw fw tnb Dunn, Daviess, county; HOnry Plrtle, Child Visitor-- 1 wnnt to see the skele- In the car? Patrice Yes, and n lot of Ohio oounty; E. I. Ray, Hardin counton pa says you've got there. Balti- tnen banging onto the seats. Yonker DavenporU, Warren county. C. more American. I ty;Ohio G. DMAirrki to rucAas. WITH Statesman. County Officers S. L. Stev-I 1 Wim Mtmthm IAa 4yt Henry Plrtle, Secens, President; V I retary; S. E. Benaott, Treasurer. 1 paaafVMWaaAAABaaAAa The Only Difficulty. Not Giving Time. "The world owes me a living." 10 Customer I wnnt this suit by the SINDMkiM CENTSt1u4U COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION. tmif lab aw mini m "That's ail right old man. as long aa 30th. Can I have It on time? Tailor-N- o, mtmil Mm mmU7mmttmimk.x V M Oan Shults, Chairman, Hartford. ,i Bnc raua Ky. you can get somebody to stake you sir; we do a strictly cash business. run 1. O. L. Terry, Hartford. Ky. while you are trying to collect tbe bill." Boston Transcript. 2. T, J. Brooks, Fordsvllle, Ky. -- Boston Herald. vSwiriLVkrimZSESr Jfc 3. Ira Boaartb, Olaton, Ky. Wine out the part, 'trust the filtur Ky, 4. H. O. Autry, Balietown, If yon will not bear Reason she will aud live lu a glorious'uow. Towne. t amwwo C. (E. 3. Aiurtrn, Prentiss. aWJIaUi; Franklin. 1 rely rap your knuckles. '6. J. L. Brown, Rockport, Ky. l. 11 ' Directory Oil County wwm Otto C. Martin at i nnill snsmm D.C. s 'Il - I I I Rarnps Attorneys at & SmitK I consc-lenee- I a ' "" ' ARTHUR at KIRK Wod-inesda- I I t T.WADESTRATTON ul Cleaned Pressed I Repairing neatly done. work special attention. Repaired. for Wod-nosda- 1 and PREPARED delivered. month. rate per W. H. RILEY onl-Hay- -den !.aK w-m- WILL TAKE OUR Collier.'s ColljgS in Fift Time' Clubg.' FREE IW I run-dow- n - Electric Bitters .... $2.50 vSRy w f h. 'J I - l. SEEDS M iH ESPECIAL , KILLth. COUCH CUR1 LUNCt I r' P0f. Dr.KiiJE's niw ki JaV.w txrar. mwi wsj 1 THE MENACING SEA OUR BATTLESHIP MASTS. ffljjlM Tho Kind Yon Have Always Bonglit, and which has been in uso for over 30 yenrs, 1ms homo tho. slgnalnro of and ,IJls 1ccn n,alo under h!s pcr- STY CjCfGt7yfilrf-- . sonnl supervision Rinco its Infancy. Allow no ono todcccivo you In this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Ju.st-us-tfooarc KxperlincnU that trlflu ivlth nnd cinliuitrer tho hndtlibut of juid Children Experience nguiust Experiment, Jufunts Children Cry for Fletcher's It Threatens to Some Day Engulf New York and Boston. OUR EASTERN ship! Perilous Perches For Rang Findara Strapped to Their Tops. "A sii.udge of smoke on the horizon, then two skeleton towers of steel latticework Just above the sky line. A battleship! A United States battle- COULD SCARCELY WALK ABOUT f7A d" f PareProps nnd Soothing Syrups. It Is pleasant. 16 Opium, Morphlno nor other Narcotic contains neither Mihstanoc. Its ago is Its guarantee. It destroys Worms nnd allays Fuvcri.shncss. For moro than thirty years it lias been in constant uso for tho relief of Constipation,. Flatulency, Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles nnd Diarrheal. It rcgulatos tho Stomach and Dowels, nssiinilates tho Food, giving healthy and natural (risen. Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. gorlV, Cawlorla"' is What is CASTORIA a harmless snhstituto for Castor Oil, -' GENUINE CASTORIA Bears the Signature of ALWAYS 2L&tfffl&&u The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THf CttCTaUa COMPANY, TT MURRAr STKCCT. MW TOBK CtTT. Starck Pianos InAdraaoe Satiafao Uoa Guar, No Money Rani eat Terma A P A. STARCK RtmiDtNT otecd Fa at ary Prioon LotrentNet .lhIajaaaBBBBBBBBBBSBSBBBaaBSHBM IBPSllMalSaaaaBaB a aBvanMBflBaaBBasBBrEanli'waaBV Saving oi sino io S2UO From Fac tory Direct IN YOUR OWN HOME ,. Wo will ship a beautiful Stnrck Pinm, t.,r in ir. i in v,.i- home ISo cutJi vavment required. All we ask Is that you .will play upon, use niul test thN piano for 30 day. If. at the end of that time, you do not tlnd It tho nlKheyt grade, sweetest toned nnd tlnest piano In every way, that you hove ever hocn for thu money, you ure at perfect liberty to send It buck, and we will; In that event, nay Hie freight both ways. Thla Starck Tlano must make good with you. or there Is no sale. , 30 DAYS' FREE TRIAL you .1.' Sav. $150.00 or Mtn rire We tliip direct to yoj from our factory, price Out ve you upwards of $150.00 In thu coit of your piauo. We guarantee to furnish you a piano for the rnonry than jou can eWwhrr. Vou are assured of a sstisfacUiy sweet toueJ Ju'rible Iilfh grid; piano. it Easy Payments diun, but alter 30 days of trial. jou cin begin payment on the lowest, easiest terms tier sui.'gi'sted by a piano manufacturer. These terms ore arranged to suit your convenience, and it li ixusible for you to ley a p"-for jour home, without mlsiirg the money. , Itsrck Tou pay no cash OK.Voeii fti:as-Aafa-a P Starck Plans U guaranteed for 15 years, TLt. nwraouw hat of it our ,SI of plane erperirnct-and the reputation of an old eitabllatied, responsible piano houae. jn bj 2nd- - Han1 larealat We hae romUntlv on hind Playtv?2aiM Vy-f'- oiarcx 60 Frit Musk LtSSSNS To every purchaser of Starck Pianos, we gire free raulic lessons. In one of the brat known achoola la Chicago. These lessons you ran Uke In your own home, by mall. Thla rrpreeenta oat year's free Instruction. planoa of l and standard tnskes taken In exchange for new Starck Pianos) and Plsyer-PlennThe folbw. lug an uw sample bargains t lais uuuuii ut altrfhtf.' 'jw! seor.l-MnaH Weber Stelnway Cbickering Kimball $110.00 9200 90.03 93.00 195.00 t the he.f and most hetutl fUwu. oa cat) .flu I'jciYou tnarket. will be rfe. lighted with the many ea elusive feitnrn of these wonderful Instruments, and will be pleased with the very low prices at which they can bo secured. Send today for our new beautifully Illustrated piano book which give you a large amount of Information regarding pianos. This book will Interest and please you. Write today. ire Plans lasb FrM Starck second-hand- .......... Send tor our latest complete , bargain list. P. A. STARCK PIANO CO, 184S Starck Bids., CHICAGO " We are Shipping Whiskey Ky. Right Now--Every to Day t : t. Deliveries made promptly mail us your orders. Prices furnished on anything in the liquor line. The barrel given away last Christmas went to. Ohio county. We are giving another ono away now very shortly. Every quart you buy here either in person or by mail for cash, gets a chance on this barrel. If you have tho lucky number you can cash it for $f5.00 The more chances you get, tho more likely you are to get the barrel. P, R. LRNCRSTER & CO,, - Qwensboro, Ky. Distributors of "Old Quality," "Premier Pure," "Old W. S. Stone." OVER 68 YEARS EXPERIENCE x iiSJIIS aMpaasaaaaaaaaajSa . A Backbec'a "Full ot Life" Northern Groat) Pedigreed Seeds have a reputation of aH years at jucccstlul aeed growing behind tbcm. It pay la .. tont he. besj. Seasonable Specialties.' Barlteat Red Valentine . . Rclugce Extra Early . Mew Stringlesa G recti Pod . VardwcU'a Imp. Kidney Was EUvis New White Was . . Currie'a Rust (Tool Wax . SEEDS BBAN8 Ij.jo Sushel Bushel 40 Bushel 4.7$ fc.50 Buahot jjj Buahcl j.70 Buahcl aWront sending a akat eh and description may opinion rn wneinar auiTUf ascertain our P"ftitjblac.mmurilca. au lUTtfiition is rri'bablr awitt f rea. tildest airancr for aaciiriuirpatanta. Co. nscalra l'alenta taken throiuti Munn sayelainctirf, without oisj-ta- , to t& rllwwff DraisNB CiwvaiBUTa Aft. Tiudk Maims Scientific ulailon of any flitftm ateX2k I Extra Early Alaaka . . . t S gushat New Early Gradua Is jo Bushel llorsford's Market Garden . Ijjo Bushel Buckbec'f Llghtnlog Eatpreaa J500 Buhal lattuca. aUatak. Toaaaao and a full line at Seeds, 1'Unts and Bulla at lowest growing prlcaa. Scad for complete catalogue or submit a list at four requirements and will quote price. Buy direct from the grower Save Moaer. WrU today. Mention this paper. .... SsW --H'ici, - ajjaiasjaaHs. attMhsWa atswIarlMaH., H. W. BUCKBEC Nfsjw, atealafajSi bOfafs) Why? Because United States battle-ship- s ure the only ones that have Amd For Three Stumers Mrs. Vin-- believe I would have died if I hada'f masts of l.ittlced steel tuliltig-tmv- ers taken it. that look as If they were meant to ceat Was Uaable te Attend to In Tima, Thouaan.'a of Yaara, Par train crimson rambler roses and a hunAfter I began taking Cardui, I was haps, tha Atlantic Ocean, According dred or more feet high. Aay el Her Hoasework. greatly helped, and all three bottles reFighting tops are obsolete In the to Geoloflitta, Will Flow Over tha lieved me entirely. Citiea That Now Towar Above Its United States navy. The men who occupy the nests at the top of the masts 8horea. I fattened up, and grew so much nowadays are unarmed. Their sole Pleasant Hill, N. C.- -"I suffered, for stronger in three months, I felt like an(iovcriimcnl RttiloKirnt expprtR hnvc usefulness to the ship consists In findthree summers," writes Mrs. Walter other person altogether." ca leu In till licit Now York, tutun. ing tho range for the gunners down I'lillixlr-lphlmid nil Hit- - othnr cities Vincent, of this town, "and the third and Cardul is purely vegetable and gentle-actin- g. ii long thu Atl.iutlc will eventuul-lTho towers are made of the latticed last time, was my worst. , Its ingredients have a mild, tonio sink bcnenlli tin ocu.-mTlicy bave steel so they will remain upright alI had dreadful nervous headaches and obavrved tlmt tlicre Iimm liocu n Htvndy though riddled with shots from an effect, on the womanly constitution. sinking of the whole co.iKt. nnd they prostration, and was scarcely able to ship, shells may pass through Cardui makes for increased strength; Hiiy Hint It Is kiiIiik 011 nt thu present the network of tubing until every walk about. Could not do any of my UIOIIIHIIL Is severed and still the tower improves the appeiite, tones up the nerstrand housework. (ieoloelti) hnve long recognized the villi stand. vous system, and helps to make pale, I also had dreadfu! pains in my back The old style steel masts with a sinfact Unit the A tin title const line wnx sallow cheeks, fresh and rosy. much rartlicr otit tlmn It Is now. There gle support could be cut In two and and sides and when one of those weak, li ti line rrtini 100 to :iOO miles off the sent crashing to the deck with a single Cardui has helped more than a million gun. Tho new sinking spells would come on me, present count ut which the water sud- shot from the enemy's weak women, during the past 50 years, would have to give up and lie down, denly Rpts deeper. Out to Unit dlsttuice masts nre used as wireless towers and It will surely do for you, what it hat the water la generally about UUO feet for searchlights nnd signal platforms until it wore off. done for them. Try Cardui today. deep. Then It pinnae xuddenly and as well as for range finding. I was certainly in a dreadful state of The range Under, usually three men, hecometi ten times its fur to the ocean's Write to: LsJI-- s health, when I finally decided to try vIsory.Dept.,Chitunooga Medlclna Co.. Special A4 Chattanooga, Tnn for bottom. The men ut the const ntirvey pass Canvas belts uround themselves in on your esse arl book. "Hon Cardul. the woman's tonic, and I firmly TreatBcnt for Wumtn," unt la plain wrapper. nave traced thla line throughout the action. Otherwise they might be thrown length of our const line and Hud It far aboard by some sudden lurch. The similar all aloni;. The ideologists say top of the "wnstebasket" must Is like that the continent once reached out the lower end of u clock pendulum that far and that there wns the coast when It comes to swaying. Tbe ship line, but a Kradual decline through the leans over Just n foot or two maybe, nges has caused that line to retreat, tbe mast six or a dozen feet. Wbvu the guns are firing below- the until now It Ls where we know It, Krom a geological standpoint this concussion sets the steel tubes vibratbridge with a baa happened In comparatively recent ing like a suspension crossing. vibratimes. It has nil been dune slnl-- the crowd so strong Sometimes the Anders L-that the range ri glacial period. Thin brings It Into the tion Is can't work. Tlieri the guns a re stilled present period and makes the action mlnutc-Kau- sas a City Star. new. In fact It Is positively Utiown to for be going on now. ELBA AND ST. HELENA. There Is an ancient sill In the Charles town nnvy yard ut Uoston with rePrompt Attention and Good Service. N cord to which there la definite Informa- Napoleon's Comic Opera Empire nd His Grim Island Prison. tion as to Its elevation. It wax put TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, An "empire" eighteen miles In length in place seventy years ago; its elevation wns given with relation to mean, and twelve miles In extreme width. high and low tide, and also with refer .sucu is the Mediterranean Isle of Elba, rnce to surrounding landmarks. With to which Napoleon was consigned by reluUon to the tide this sill has sunk the victorious allies and where he re seven-tenthof a foot With relation ceived the homage of bis new subjects. to the landmarks It Inn the same posi Elba. long a place of pilgrimage for tion, a positive proof that Boston har- tourists from all nations, lives chiefly W bor and the city about It bare sunk Id the memories of that ten months of seven-tenthof a foot into the sea In i comic opera, when the man who bad all but mustered Europe aped his vanthe last seventy years. The original mouth or the Hudson ished royalty and. like a child with a The Republican and Louisville Herald $1.3 river Is now 200 miles out to sea. Tho new toy. Issued foolish decrees which ships follow Its old channel In leaving began, "Napoleon, emperor, sovereign The Republican and St. Louis Globe-Democr- at 1.76 port even now. It Is not known how of Elba, to his people." Utterly devoid of u sense of humor long nco It was when the mouth of the 1.50 The Republican and Home and Farm river whs not far out In the ocean. But the emperor must have been tu take It ts ultnost a certainty that when a his new position so seriously. It was The Republican and Inquirer 1.75 , similar time has elapsed the present a huge JoU- - that the powers played city will be an equal distance from the upon the Corslcnn by permitting him The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald 3.60 to retain the title of emperor nnd then laud. Similarly wlll'Bostnn be submerged. awardiiig.Iilm a "kingdom" that placed The jttEPUBucAx ana Jjaiiy uwensDoro inquirer.. r. .'.;." 3.'50 -Baltimore will disappear at about the him on, tbe same footing with the sulO'boro Messenger 1.7& same time and great portions of Wash- tan of Sulu and the king of the Can- The Republican and Twice-a-Wee- k ington. The great Mississippi Is bring- nibal Isles, ing down great deposits to raise Its If Napoleon had remained there ho The Republican and Kentucky Farmer 1.75 delta and coimterbnlauce the decline. would doubtless have become what bis So low Is New Orleans that It will be ?nemles intended he should become an The Republican and New Idea Womans Magazine.. 1.30' one of the llrst cities 10 sink below the object of derision, the butt of the sea level and be a municipality blgb world's sneers and Jeers. But he did The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer. ... 1.60 walled against the enemy, the sea. Gal not stay, and (be glory of the "hunveston bas already felt the encroach- dred dnys." the brave carnage of Wa- The Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.50 ment of the waters and has been forced terloo,, tbe culminating tragedy of St to build Itself a sea wall. Helena, restored Napoleon to a pluce The geological survey makes topo- among the, world's heroes. graphical maps. On these lines are run St Helena was grim and terrible. ut given elevations. For ins tu nee. a There humanity pictures Napoleon line may be run about Manhattan Is- "with his bands crossed behind him, land at a level twenty feet above the gazing out upon the sad and solemn water at tbe Battery. It would sub- Hen a caged Hon. feared by all the merge tbe customs bouse and extend up world. Elba was trifling, pitiful, petBroadway nearly to Wall street. From ty. Inslgnificrjir. and there Napoleon WHY NOT MAKE A MONT- Htbe east It would Invade tbe financial was a en god monkey to be laughed at district almost to Nassau street. It -- New York W"rld. S50.00 a Weak, almost $10.00 a Day would overflow balf the land between m the city ball and tbe East river. FarA Caustlo Critic Slllng Victor Safes and boxes jsasaaaMsMsaaaasaaMf, ther up It would 'submerge a narrower Tbe Paris critic Martin once only to merchants, doctors, lawyers, dentists and farmers, all ot whom realize tbe need trip, bat Its Intrusion would create bad taken bis chocolate in a place oth-- t of a safe, but do not know Uoweasylt latoown great havoc. one. Salesmen declare oar proposition on ot than tbe Cafe Fo'y, and he then opportunithe beat, clean-cu- t A fifty foot rise of water would wipe found It not good. This happened at ties ever received. Without prerloua expert' Manhattan Island out entirely. Of the Begeuce. and tbe young woman at euce VOU can duplicate the auccess of others. catalog Our handsomely Illustrated course. If these depressions came, on the desk, to whom be expressed bis will enable you to present the subject to cusbbbbbbbVbbbbP very gradually the water fronts would displeasure, said: "You are the only tomers in as Interesting a manner as thouah piloting them through our faotory. Men be diked against their Intrusions. In ine to complain. All of the gentlemen you were receive advice and lnatructlona for aelllnir appointed as aafea. Brtvlnor K&lfami-this way New York city might be saved if the court who come here find It convincing talking points which It Is impossible for a prospective customer to deny, Wh( don't YOU be the Oral to apply from your vicinity before someone else gets tbe territory! from destruction for a very long time. ,'ood." We can favor only one salesman out of each, locality. It will Inevitably become a city "They also say. perhaps, that you company was celebrated by by a blgb levee, against which ire pretty," be replied slowly. erecting the most modern sale the ocean will beat with an ever infactory In tbe world. Wideawake men who received our creasing ud vantage. It might perpetu How to Wjn Beauty. special selling Inducement, ate Itself by urtlUcIal means, but In the Full of good common sense Is the iirtd Itneoesasrytoi-i- V" 'our output. We are epansttia. end It will be put In an Impossible posl luggestlou In the Journal of the Amermany thousands of dollars eat tlon. The waters wjl follow over the ican Medical association on how to be lareins our sales organlxattost but to learn all particulars, I tints of New Jersey and of Long Island. oeautlful. "For giving tbe face n good Will cost you only the prloa at They will even beat hack through olor." the expert says, "get one pot of a postal card. the Delaware and the Chesapeake and onge and one foot. Bury them . Ask for Catalogue 16T. get beyond the city and cut off com wo miles fromrabbit's and walk out and home part of the Imck ouce u day to seu If they are still iiiunleatlon with the main THE VICTOR land. Finally. New York will find It here." self n city dowu In a well far out from SAFE & LOCK CO. tbe mainland. Cmdnally the people Careless Mistress- who dwell in It will desert It and t.ufiiuuiTi nuin "Mary, why didn't you sound the bIHulllMlli unit! Our New Home, Capaolty 20,000 Safes Annually. to the then mainland. The waters llnnergong?" eventually hip uway the great will "Please, 'm, I couldn't find It" walls that have been built to keep out "Why, there It Is lying on the hall the seu nnd will tumble lu anions tbe table!" skyscrapers. W. A. Du I'uy'a "Dncle "Please, 'in, you said this morning Ladies! Sve Mom? aati Keep hi Sam, Wonder Worker." that was tbo breakfast gong." Londou Style by Reading McCaU'l Sketch. MJCUCe'SaWLBS SUCCEEB. ' Presence of Mind. MaftziBe Hd UiiBgMcCall Pattern Only th other day a great steel Compensation. SPECIAL OFFER' McCallsMaiaileswIli kalM New BaaUaw. A beam was being brought up to a giddy MACAZINE "I must have un Iron bedstead," de'rafa4eto make you a pennauMii oiw- bulu you (lieu sty trial will vomer. Batlsfaatloaguanuktewi or roar ' at a moderate As it clared a tourist ut an Inn. height by tmlxtlug apparatus. ' saoaev unaed. cipunio by keeping, tn passed a girder on wlileb several men "Sir." answered Boniface. "I am sorposted on the ' fou ill. MSa. LiUMWI JM, mUuM.ZlZSTiZ. were at work the beam turned Just ry there ain't a alugle Iron bedstead in fashions In I .to. SsrtMSW.au., UU. S...I.S Ma.AmmmTUmi. 1 cloibei sud hats. M ' I 3s.,.Jm iVn.lThmam IMUm. SfMH. I enough to putib one of tbeto pff, .iaya the 'ouse. But you will tlud tbe hew Fashion Dvstcos I Im, an aniiu om tan. ruMTi, tmm( lu each luuo, Abo swum tvokouu iws auaaa saa aua aj Harper's Weekly. Tbe man seized tbe uud ard, sir!" Lon-Iow "' nlushla Information beam and was swung far over tht a uajEajitickb pu on all home sud HValals-atltimttUPmpr Only street. His weight gradually moved matters. Wa a year. Including, '"atefraacBtsYaV MllMH. dowu the end of tbe girder to wblch BM1M, UWWHH. Real Trouble. a free pattern, fullI stwrWpai. us.'f- c- ua ,,!, uiwaintes. u.iui r has tie clung, and In n few momenta be srribe today or scud Knlcker-W- hat Is the 'matter with liMistiis.sinisn.aws. jsiitwt a. am ITSGm ( Wfc Balks u4 nw laaBVaaaBaaaBsl .for (res sample copy. would hnve weo thrown off. when a ones? Bocker He has made so many hum McCsli Nitwas will enable you to make In your XwiMKaaiiataTMiuwuui fellow workman sprang for the other excuses for being nut late that now sis, , Wisssjssa t fc Lsa.trt own home. uitliSoUruwiihiads iluibliitflur yourself and rhildirn. which will be tteffect a end. thus balancing it. and together be boa to make excuses for being home l r"ha-- K lu style sud fit. 1'iu.wupuo tilahor ilcm is they were, lowered to tbe ground. early. Woruau's Home Companion. rents. 'Betid for free i'srteru Cslalocus. r W Ml Gits Tsa fast reaiesss foe. aetllng subscription) amouir. ur if hinds, ttejid fur Irea He who loves 'out ate country can It Is sometimes! expedient to forget Premium Catslojua and Cast Prise Offer. love oothlng.-'Rvro- u.' ne Mali tWKji lassie v v ,vu hk what you kuof.-8yr- as. COAST SINKING. n J-- JAMES & CO,, e PIrst Class Centertown, very eri - Kentucky. s OUR CLUBBING, RATES. s Twice-a-WeekOwensb- Address all orders, to THE REPUBLICAN. $2005 - That's flre-pro- well-to-d- o mone7-makln- g lr . a BULBS' mut-tress- -- 1 very-ybic- e n TIt-Blt- ar f -' aT. ..""P. aaaBaBSkaaBBBSBBaaaasTBT enw l.lfc t""" four GREAT PROFIT-SHAIIIN'l 1 lvl i oi - - J "" iavaaaa. G SALEl ; Av customers looking lot values and knowing values when they see them and from the loads of bundles carried away by theni it was self- evident thai they were more than satisfied with' the merchandise at the price. Has attracted hundreds of real -- bargain-hunter- s Saturday, July 25, is the Last Day of This Great Sale Bargain's will be plentiful up to the last minute. When one lot runs out, new ones will be added. No sacrifice will be too sreat in order to make the last day one of the big .days of our Be on the alert and don't forget we mean to have a triumtwo weeks- phant ending. Profit-Sharin- g. . E. P. BAR.NES M (& BRO., iiisbur" will handcomc Beaver Dam, Ky. horo lo the deciding contest of tho THINGS ocll crowd should bo " KENTUCKIANS IN STRANGE STORY (Continued From First Page.) empty buggy. aJild Into Jt they dumped thdr baby and flew- There W3 another desolate home in Chicago- - It wus different from Uie liJJJc Oak Park coUagifpbut hard jy ;ws isolate, 'inero were spaci- ous sxvuua aooui sae iiuue, aim the exterior 1 was bcutiful. But to the occupants the home was dreary, as th halls gave no echoes to putting leet of children, They wanudf a baby, Suid appealed to the Illinois Home and Aid Soci- cty They were shown sevorol clnl- ilrui ivhwh hskl Ibccn paced in the care of Uie liociety, and one, a little g.ij wtii hue ejts, attracted them. So ticy took the little sir) into Wielr'lioiiie. and iin a short time it had kut X3 desolation. The hall3 echoed wth the laughter and jirawje of the cJaM, and Uie man and his wife were. happy. They dociUed that tJie child should never be taken from them, so they legally adopted her. Fate again intervened, lor she was named aury, and Mary vas the name of the jrirj wife that had y'acrd her baby in the empty bugy on tfie Bradlora l)OTCh' tne cia'i from C&Jcaga on a chair, 'lonsiiea were silent, but eyes searched and spoken "1ju" aaW the man from Chicago, "are the father of llttW Mary." "A'nd ou," Bald the man from Miscall, "have my daughter." ian "Listen " feasd tlie MjcHjjgan And he told the story of five years of heU, of sleepless nlgjits, anguUsli and resref suffering and BASE BALL DOPE T1IREE STRAIGHT- - FOR LOaVKS. The Hartford team defeated Wio Owensboro Ivory Tops Wednesday In a "e-f3!battle by Uie scofc of 17 to 2. Altho the cccre was at no time c'.ose enough to furnish excitement several good fielding stunts and hard hitting furnished amusement and Uie good naturcd way in which the visitors took the drublng served to keep the fans In humor- - Rickurd was on the mound for the home team and only a few scattered htes were made off his delivery. Pintle did the receiving and nitho a Jittle Blow in getting off liis ieg, filleU Blank- ouship's p!ace in a creditable manner. Williams and Clark worked for Jthe visitors. The. strength of the loca's was a sunrlso to Uie visitors for which they were not preaared, but they said after the game that Jiext time tl.y came over they would bring a team that will surely interest thorn. day crowd of An excellent week about 250 or 300 saw $he game. Saturday. This three. A - on ' "And you listen to me." said the man from Chicago. And h,e tojd the story of five yeora of a new heaven of a cjuid through The court I)rocetaj,lgs givc3 that child rovocabjy to the foster parents. The s .1 lawver. Mirl.tenn. f ,. ,ost fc t lega1.. v ch(id tovliim. He had had and had aban- ,jonej ' t.. -! j,,, m In tho last tiuon games played by thu Joculs homo runs liave been bat-te- a out by the following: Blankon-sirjWe.sh, Baruett, Cunditf anjd Johnson. The first tliree came in Uie serjcs with Hardinaburg, Welsh getting two, while Cuudlff and Johnson caen iiarkcd one Wednesday. Pluun-mgot what might be termed a homer at Hardinsburg when hq was safo when tho fielder throw to third ins (tad of home when trying to catch him. p, er .a .. H jpYfle Wnnripr The Texas Wonder cures kidney an bladder troubles, dissolves gravel, cures dltbctes, weak tnd lame backs, rheumatism, and all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women. Regulates bladder trou- Dieg jn children .If not sold by your druggist, will send by mail on re- ceint 0f $1.00. One small bottle is two months' treatment, and seldom fau3 t0 perfect a cure. Send for tes- tlmonials from this and other states, pr- - K- - w. Hall, 2926 Olive Street, St. A team picked from the Institute lleicatcd thisecond team Tuesday was 9 to" 7. The second team strengthened by some of the first. Local fans had a chance to see Greer work a"ain and considering the fact that ho, has had no praot!ce this season, sot by in good btyle. PJunimer is now known as Charlie it is 011 account of his wonderful strength, while others attribute t to Jus imprtynible head Ox. Some say work- i;vr;; Local fans were glad to a;o Welsh back In a Hartford suit Wednesday. When CundJff and Johnson came over last Saturday they only brought 0110 coat, tliinkiing they wouM return after tho game, hut since tiey doclled lb stay tlie coat has had very active service. These chajis are both greatsports, you know, and as neither of them likes the fdea of call !Jn g on tho ladles coatjess an argument always comes up as to who shall wear the coat. Each claims tSio ouier coveting and as yet no one has discovered wno the real owner is. tho head, ''Hartford Ball Team Overwhelms 'Ivory Toj.6," tho OTensboro .Messongeir saya the following concerning tho oamo here Wednesday: "Baffled by tho foxy twirling of Rfkard, Hartfoi'd's foxy pitcher, tlie Owensboro Ivory Tops bowed Jn de feat, when a game was staged at The Hartford yestonlay afternoon32ore ended 13 to 2! RIckard .was fouiM for only four lilts. Ho also fanned thirteen ''Iron Doorkccpors.'' ita Clerk of Boardmovies flashed uecuuig pictures. Williams started tlie gaino for tho 1!), 1U14. Hartford, Ky., Juno The mlndtf of tho parents conjurdl Tops, and besides being inoffeotive, up u.rjtblc iJo'.uiVi( of tio fato of he was wild. Ray Cunditf and John- Cured of Indigestion. tlielr duagiifcr. At lengUi, unable sou, former Kitty .'oagueru, lilt for Mr. ScJJIo P. ClawBon, Indiana, homo. ruti3- - About 300 people to s'niitl tli'i uncertainty, Uie - Palather iilred doVtUiaU) goto H!- "My was bother U with indigestion. the game. stomach jiaaicd mo oi'ght and Bton uml trtico If tli-- y could Wie fate .day-sho wrjts. "I would feol bloatcf ;.' child The locals took Habit into camp o headache aiil. belch- " weilc tl.e ,lai was set bv here Saturday in u thrilling game by uftor eating. I also eufered from tho core of 3 to 2- - Batteries, HartFate. Tlw dotra:,.vM liad struck thu trail, Lut a fcljiik wall blocked the coustlpatlon. My daughter had. used ford Rtekaifd and Blankenshlp; Habway when, tioy aourfit Uie name of Cluifuborla'n's Tablets and they did it Weaterfleld aud Neal. . A good tlyj nuu und woman who gave tho ,lor B0 muoli good that alio gave 1110 bunch of onthuslaats witnessed the love nW ()rjtcA'on denied by father a w doses of them und Insisted up-a- coutfht which was puo of tlie bdst moU'ier. Mar4 foster father on niy trying thorn. Thoy hcljicd me ever ttagWl at East End- Habit will heard and Uio only mother Mary a.s uotlitug olse haa dnoe-For sale probably bo buck Saturday wwk and know wan. UiwjTor-- i were called in. by all dealers. another closo game nay bo. expeciud. V" It was agixd LJverJ f.liouJd bo a moot- In tho tlirto garner played between OWeHSDOrO Optical HOUSC lawyera- Twiiurlay attor- inu of tl these two teams, this j3ar and last, HnrUord,. Ky., Nov. 1. I have used there baa been a difference of only in,ii was t?jc .i&te aal the Brevcort Hotel the mutins place. ."labscs made by It. C. Hard wick 'a one score In each ganfo, HartfoHd hay '.Mary'u n Jng won fatluv wentj as Ul9 Optician, Owensboro, Ky., to my all. lavjT Aud Mary's foster father tire satisfaction. His house. Cij ma-wias hJs own lawyer. They mot chlnery for making Jeascj jir tb o eerija In tho Lait of a In the lobby .i3 lawyers and iwcnt to most complete in the State, and b at Hardinsburg between tho team of tho room as Uwyem- IThe man from employs none but experienced work- - that city und Hartford the latter iUchlgaa kKiTi on tU We pX,tne. bed, mea. C. M, BARNETT. tattyl b 11 4p 3 victory. Jtarii Urider TflTNnttrP Back to Michigan went the young Notice Is hereby given that a tax, liiBbaad and wife. They made their niarnagc known ibut, (there was no or an assessment of 10 per cent'of Uie graying Ken- - baed uiou the original cost of cou- rtwcnciliaU'csi - Tiey tuck.unsiicoeied tlno sltualon, struct'on has been Jevlod and asaess- tnat is all. Three otfoer clUldrcn came ed against each laudownner Jooatdd L. M. yard, ot nl the lo g.vdVn tjifl liomo; th,o liusband wjthin J- 'P. prosjHrtd at his .pracUice. The wife w. C. Knott, et aj., et temUed at day and wept at night. Taylor, et at., B. W. Rial, Their thoughts won'dered back etorn-on- ., nud R- - B. Martin, et al., Ditch ally to tl little gi?l Jio Hall been 'or Dra'nago districts, r03ieotivoly, left In tiie I'XUo buggy on the jioilch. ' as0 aa assessmont or levy of 0 ier TJicy lovvd the children who had co:mt. based upon too original cost cxfiio later In life, but there was a 0f constructiion on each laud owner constant jearnjng for theri first located or wlf-hithe C R. Rhoads, lot al-- , Ditch or Drainage Mistr'ct, all uniAVhat Jmd become of her? Had the ja ohio county, Ky., and tlw samo crushed out t.ho life liaa wheel of iley-iin- y y been certified to ,lho this tlity hud EiVieii? if Jio wasjOlve. Treasurer of Oh'o county, whore iuid s.ne fallen into, n'lo Jiam!,i ot tJio x niay ,b(J JvaId wjluout cost of kindly fcUr jiaicnts, or was she be- - oUecUon ,f )aW iyytarQ August 1$ iua bulfftl by want uud adversity? (Ul0 unjH)M 1914( after wUIoIl Coi.sck!nce and Fate did net lot 1mjotl wIl pla00t, ,n tw luIi(l3 t:.cm lej5i for long. DM t l.cy go,of VlQ QWo C3uuty ((jr to fro tlie-tr- e ttiew. inevitably in at wWcJl Umo m a(Id,. the wwit of U.o Mwy was n baby. uow, gum UQ fw .amUajJ. ttotton Uiat a SomotMi.ch BARNBTT, IkfVttl Cll ('1 (11 t fu,.w t ...... U v.,..a TA lilt hlltir ..... IM DranagoOomr. 1r0 Q, ulmtrfi entirely on stork's In wlmuh J - .ill' . .. njtrh L 1 I mi for Montana" producers' truc-tur- al 5. Allowed Importation of iron and stool until American TARIFF HAS DONE mills nro running at pus than GO , per cent of tholr capaoUy, with ovur 200,000 atoel and1 iron workers out Of Jobs. It allowed British mills to capTaken Away Home. Market for ture the anarfco on stool cotton for the Souhern Statos; it has nllow-- 4l Home ftoducts to the Extent of Texas to buy Its ntroot railroad equipment in Brmlhham and has Hundreds of .Millions. permitted Br'tlsh ail) Is practically to monopolize the Pacific Coast niark-ot- s for steel and Iron. This list could ibe oxtandiif, Init Hero are a few things the Democratic Tariff bill Aias it would prove no more than tho finwA above. The pont ia that the Demoflnnf anil nlf tmn rt m?1.fa)i hapiMjnod under a Republican Pro- cratic Tariff bill has taken away n home market for home products to tective Tariff: 1. Allowed' tho free importation tho extent of hundreds pf tnllfons of dollars- :. . . . ana What liavo Amoricaia pr America uuu.wu worm oi ,ucei aoout gained in return? worth of mutton and pork- 2. Allowed tho free importation of Has Your Child Worms? over 50,000,000 dozantof eggs Trom Clilna. Most Children do. .A. Coated, Fur3. Allowed Uie free hnjortntlon ot red Tongue: Strong Breath; Stomach such enormous quantities of butter Pains; Circles under Eyes; Pale Salfrom Now Zealand ayd eljwberc low Complexion; Nervous, Fretful; that 'ie Puclfic Coast market was Grltilliig of Teoth; Toeing In S!eep; glutted and the butter was sold so freely in Montana that for Uie first 1'ccul'ar Dreams any one of tho so time in history Montana butter pro- indicate Child has Worms. Get a ducers' had to sell some of their pro- box of Kickapoo Worm Killer ht duct outs'do of the State. It kills, tlie Worms the caijsu 4 Allowed the free importation of once. livestock from Canada to Pacific of your child's condition. Ip Laxatho Coast points to an extent tliat lias tive and aids .Nature to expel SupplUU in candy form. rcverstd (ho trend of recent years Worms. and ils "making Pacific Coast olnts Easy for children to take. 25c bit, a poorer Instead of a hotter market your Druggist. FREE-TRADE Anti-Farmer ..'':: ' ' KENTUCKY STATE FAIR SEPT. 14th to 19th, 1914 $3,000 SADDLE HORSE STAKE $1,000 Light HarnaM Suk Student' Judgiag CoaUtt $1,000 Roaditer Statu Farmer Boys' Eacaaopmeat f FooiMtfy SNAP SHOT OF SPORTING EDITOR McCoy was tried on first WednesHILDEBRAND WHO PLAYBD day and handled everything tnat SECOND FOR THE VISITcame his way in a graceful manner- ORS WEDNESDAY- From tho top of a telophono polo near East End Park Charlie Burton rooted long and loud Wednesday. De spite lib uncomfortable position ho seqmod to enjoy himself Immensely. Tho fiocond team of this city defeated Renfrow hero yestorday afternoon by the score of IS to 1. Sevaral of tho first team took jart Jn tho gamo which was never in danger. TROTTING AND PACING RACES EACH DAY Fine Exhibit of Horse, Cat!', Swine, Sheep, Poultry, Field Seed and Grain, Horticulture aad Wonua't Handiwork CLEAN MIDWAY AND FREE ATTRACTIONS GRAND -- Sin if auim FIREWORKS DISPLAY BATTLE OF MEXICO" v - Ml Ik 1 Reduced Railroad Rate ForCtIgndEnU Blank Addreu - Children Cry FLETCHER'S C ASTO R A FOR I J. L. DENT, Secretary, 705 Paul Jones Building, LOUISVILLE, KY. Notice. Horeafter, this paper will charge 5 cents per HnaXfor all obituaries, in advance, and 5 cents per line for all church notices except for church services, and also for 'cards of thanks. In adopting this rulo wo are only follpwlng tho samo plan of every other local paper In Kentucky. - ltd i Y. iWrliiHiK.E!;ii?IBil!fe 'w mmammmju" u &." nd - For Sale. Good farm In Ohio county-- , near Barnetts Creok church, containing 120 acres, all In cultivation except 5 acres. Good dwolllng, barn and all in good repair. Well watered and in the oil belt. For terms and particulars apply at this office BARNETT & SON. "Aeonts. IVPl i .fiiTnLTlii' 'BUKKk "mf 'iiBTTwii TH2 CRCAT ZH.P vr mjgzgmm .v!ir.iit.'j " . Aw - Fare DAILY DCTWCSNC 3 22 , fT.EVELAND : " S IWFALO 'rmirye " WifciiLT 500 LjS" 41M I vhni '10 rntfr..-- f LrwJtH Un.it tm, Gralr la co4l twger 1 1 o.l ( mn.'t i.o1- u. nw.4 n-- i. tcp of tho worU. U ttu ) inUol ff i n ft. rip ' .l f f Cvla" U ft mnnvltnt $(H) U' wV mn w4 en-ow- nt two-gim- to Dc i.t CLEVELAND ar.d BUFFALO M.y . too p.m. cwu.i n. . . . twlA.il. . i. 6.19 A.' M. n'f.Jfv!int A,.l. llulMs -- un kii i CxikIUh Plnu. Kllrl tUau CuanwUsit at BaSUa l Mm FIU ClanUBd J BulT.lii n o (;. J I tc l.jn, .utllioa 4 sr WHm, Ak Daily M.giullc.nt St.mort "SEEANDS." "Chf Clr of Buff ala" it I & U rudiu Ulan. m - Kentucky State Fair, Louis- W-- , THE CLEVELAND A BUFrALO TUArJJIT CON pt aejK. 14-- 1914. y CUrUad, O. 'X - Ll "