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NEW ERA ft tv f DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALI HARTFORD, OHIO COUN: w COUNTY A. j" Re-affir- iV . . four nunc?", it Mil! be c Arf "' Vy lOJivd rot(, m wyy i: vy ct tk and pinoU pot w .11 ant i if- Ulns noiding tne n.ml : RtiidboJK IN to i ve nunvirtd units In U nup. Tn P5i;Hlri DcniftiWAt ixtJ o'si idbcnk 'and mrp tlvxt can be jwu-q;a For A3venU'flve cn.tj. upeqlal series of atinpa ! i en.TMul, and will be used e"plulvey of mull muj.','ar. on SiM o'n Te Btnmpis will bu obtainable on jAfV.ivy Special Stamp Carries The Food thi(l'n. sviy ro,toff'ce Terhfips the KreaUt ibsntiClt of t!i Products As Fast As will bi to (tfci; ftinrvT wlio to sell tils shells d!r?ct ;' t'.ic Regular Mail. Qaiimipir. A pp'iiJ mrd pcili r!ii(T i djifii es:s mailed one fifty wjlt ibrln thv fr!? to lian,l on Uie UMowtns .igVn, tV- tflmor- . . .. . ax t odhkk ine naw par- row ni( emu? ' eels ewt Uw g)o,es ln,tD ttqqt. MratU Association Sells lue U "w reMiily PMtxlLd n:ul-tlon- s Green River f Tobacco. fvenunjr thU' Jaw, any .IniUabl- it.ay thn Owaiiboto, Ky., Dec. tant a! the United qtat This Boi.d mvI ft.rons'i WHO .nyxll .nvnq'iJinidlHe of of Control of tins Oretin ltU.er Tabiicco irtab descriptions providing tt does Oron's Association meet Tui-da- y t npls'i nviro than ol'vpn poumJa and 1912 crop to oirnld?r bids fpr ml mire than (Muioe f?ct iwlita nor of tolmcco, as tlie paVir3 haie by a. mote uwji six Cevil In Iqngtli. f)te l)f 1.113 for and 253 asainsl. b)v pnofrlblt Thift? imiidaitlons, iliiqw,eiir, tfan authority f.o all tlie crpp fo' tV i.Ulns of U srnxkcs and birds. prlrfl ranging foam $9 to $3. Intoxicants, pistols and IntianvmhU; Tlwi voting has iih,ted weral dys. On t!ie other hand, (the sliuripjr a.il the quefttlqn lws o)i(oused m,qr,e feel- Is allov.icJ to mall butter, lard, lldli". than any (prpvlom quostton (that OPENS UNION. -l- POST SERVICE n) 8. lul 1 ul Parcels Delivery in Effect ;Now." m Intent Standing !Tos IV Strong Resolutijj Officer s duii rt El Tlv Ohio Counl of Bt, nvt at tli a ra-I- tli fojd, Dtfi;mboa Qiltol to or. Tlc'.n'npr atl Chaplain, The Committal anul Joei HoilutM W710M.3J n- T.ie ed 19 The I friesh .iym.1, drassed foiwjs, vsetri'okJ, lilts, tarries and nlllar articles. rcsh ji'ats, hqwew, may b 'tijnn. ,nr,IWl only fifty miles, U4td At for any to aaoci t'ie paJXJ&ls Post Is lht-iiiey -- iln? o'dd tills or Qtlier perishable TuriVju on no .rfianl3a.t!nn3." aver ti civxrrcy Proi'lslan Is made for cun bps txren ponldeirod by tbft iolens of Oalt Thai this secw'on of ths Sfcute. lVlr!Ady 80'wal buyers have put In tbfl f yw's d bkls for large quantities of t!crop t 1st. matter? rtVwil - J (nsurin? and .thfiy Wed, One ;ylnt has ti-t:J11 alo MSTMASTER THOMAS HAS SEVERE FIRE h fliKli" emT EquUS for All cor.n for th 2d. Un v wvllatilarly ltUUl alll J.IIU v(a-- UlUk V he to .the pcsloffl.e con g i vie 'I thl fJcKHU rWw.jJj56l!wna' . Nam'?, los,t his rasJuiinci; mud all Its .IVbg tljjll'prlA'fi will b 11U1I4 by vpigx conflros byilre last Mflnday nllit about liivlar a, (lfJbvn-dacoalwuut iwltli (tlio 7 o"c'ork. sirrThAmas ,u.nid fa,mll- - were wflid a. e n)w canylns tli Vk.J mills n.fr ml mrili r.r tittA t tinj aSt -t"-Jitia Slit; flEtetn- J ot In iiai city. At .tae VIB1 .Tn WflMI - I ilnnn.-K'Lutl u "1 "v T'"w.lll naks r"""-DrrVaAton tlw iiv t!iie jnie anioont- Wve cootiracHs pt.rnijin.nt. Jku, . lr. iljlpnias. wto Is uVr.oM.e,r lnt:irostlt,s 'Xtai'ure qf t'ft '" la b waiurji custom, takepi a.U the Hamps In nvVl d?llv,sr" ' desportPViiit ain1 nn'it of th3 postqfttce diipplkis to Stltutfon Of thJ ZAIL'5 'SJl,5tm tlltpUijll ooiil all iwiane dspilJeJ tlie Ill's wlilo'i tie Goi.ccnment will fix In The lis it ordinary ooatflss strvups ehanre! to be made on pikaao-'Qould ijjt be accuiia.tly Jcrottn, ap Air. fo.nmu3atJnff this sy1-i- i the Uqvprn-meilipvil inot beon abl? fto tauki? sto'.'t tis?d Vie ehiclj within olrclo T,'i0')i J'as sln3 ,tve fire, but nald that he nqulit p4an adopited by xpjne Iluroiiieiin thp Ins on A'lls dteim wouW he UitBien zpne tl'jn-- and four hMndmd dollar. Jle als oX In pJl 'Vicne at iJs-liparand fJMng I04 itont awrty dOjlars In n:vr veh deflnlns a trri'xiry cels i'Ht stamtps Jiat repsrtfiVy seiqmvd. The ohnrfl io be jnide ur4T bpsills seiveral tnany qrdjar 'blanks an I to ajll center of yet.? zanj'3 clw-ley I Y -j p-r'"I nt means irji,i mone a iita .r. tju lUte nunjter.ed dr.ug fltoics auhtaitlo'is f Us allliwed to ftcccmt this class I ' ri' llti"pr, tlipiish U may Ue dapqslt- -l Janyof tf 19 IVS-'- iPoaiofflq station. '. '" ilflu.srv of the packages will ib . ule vrlul the Siino rtKularjtyJtVial Lost All of His Household Prop- - tWl and of BdJ ertr.Wfclle at Church at passlblt! 3d. Old Narrows. v Jhat a ,"1 vocation gmvl nr cation 'wou In nsisuid reoonmeAdel clo&jd. '" '" e ''- - tth. Ion lt'slovfj n-- intnnitr, a wvr with .Use Fiscal of a propoMttlcl firm, In incisord elsct asrlciulturlt Inp.'.ruct ito reddi-pic- . us (n fan nt eojn-ttt-Ie- s. 5th. ed by Ue Owonibl mtptlng of tlie Grrl hei"d Tu:sday, Dal t ifv s s lUqrweiUir, fthait Mr. It li not tlioujs:h-tof tlw United States wtiece TionvJj iwlll lavo to bpar tWts Jos, ncplile. imay Jwiraien to tfia Inspector hacl pine as tsl Tlw lines liave bepn alpp divMi'l Into tfpnf.ll tine taking Pf thi tuwliea to uoli0? or stations In Wi'vlcli towiw and eaqh ilght. Uh clUs aqj situate. illlnsch's realdpe adjol 11 isv inatinns fiv ia.ratJH ukjni i i.'ili! destrpjied, but contends MVA'JiI. I) rwith 1T.8 numbered un,lt,i prlnW on it, but damaged., 1UT Josis If 'icw tlut Kw Vjork City Ls in ' at 1350. Lunlt 17hlqli at noarse Js tli first zoh. Thie rHd?nce loccujitad by (Mr. jnjohi,33 lfThe of this zon a,re fifty (milles. d by Mrs. Ida iltiertljrDW. .Tlhcre will .be Ktlll sritnltir und via zosia Hio - one wlU toke In Alaska and wu no Insurance on eithijr ihiouqj or igOrigin of .fire ninknqnn, Itcu Vlslnds. . IstlrritViUty mikis Its qwn flrel the Lodges 1 rU Inod bqen nef,vsa,ry far ftlie Jost- t ,r'nt TPierato (map TVeiJiaiWitaB offlqqru wqro ol,ewtol V lr .VqmJ U,ode No. 339, J. O. lO. iF. of lafl 3a:tlons oD tlw Unltwl States. h. msweur an MUnatlon of liqw tills sjpiein ii,ivora,lit. JiS' inesma,r itlklit: .C. M, B.VnJtt, iNoble Itjtkiwi as York work, Nw Dr. it'iai Opuil; TO; E. EUls. VR9 ail(ndj oxajnple. Snnpqie. niiUf. Treas.; 'Puiof. jV. dt. 41,01- V.atk Wl.ilil"a ,to .swnJ i B. ehlpwr In N'.w k, Seaqltj&ry, .5kas to liutfalo .w.ivtuli Is apr,no.xl llKJ- - ,,e l0,'Jl1 l116 H .. ,6ly in ""It V. iwr Lodge No. lv jKaVe'ii nMLQfflice and ft'io posVifWqe ple'k ti'iKh ftn;!lairetlr(jt J'jttWal,tld an of 11 Id plape It on a Tu5itiy nUflit. n4 V ,TM99day WW or lVyi lwe ated will and dollvmned to thol fV Jamliiry 7 Ahjrerj iqinllJajt manufact.uiied U liUtlatqJ Into Vo ank of (PaiBlJ. A Plaus.clty potyot.fltves UirouBHouit ,uio 3 jn (II a,ttnalnca ot tine h'btinahJit Vy tunnlns .1 raU-lui- t JAi'Ct v mrUfitr Ibrt 'yit,ed aUlw Ow iclark will dislgnato unl piinpofs 1 any poatOitfiliqe In dth'rlptsUJfflqe (SUflpJKe. , m?mjters of the A.j WnSichouse were cioifuslon tiat It vM a fi'r vote, tlier.sf, If it is itrue.ond if any tnn dimn th.3 circulate iV!P-.Ti;- pos-ofCl- . i xtnee Wl 6th. ltepojved, Ti(J tn;nd the ac,Uon pf hav.3 held HieJr itobu Until Wie ppolrd cr respectfully ask thd us. 7tili. Ilesplvcd, TJiatl Jn thi'i lla-A- future, not onl but that "we camry gently. 8th. Itwolvtd, T,ha,t n?pot as iiar co'in as yny qin n,yt irpl haip. ow-ie- cnt3 kwg iVinai-tiiien- Js bn Iir !! Pl pi,. ! cwJ,--- te sraiea when vyIU Se. I.o4ffa of jOVUielloM'a liU Doarkeepr. the wlslit la inslRtrtwl lcJb,ra.tUi at thftt mlape WJniesiViy Tlwe Jnoqtlns Ujn adiour b ishown. also rgft , nd icomcludj'd ithp ,ejilcU-January 3Ut. hn flrsit zone of nciy irai'i h. D. .TiClljUNOll Jlti. Ji ifilUd a Wul zoin. Tlw nicj- - vl InUlAllT Wi a MvidW toaaqutjt 'ladleis uitUla(ry, Uh(v(?beJiMa(hs HENRY M. PIItTUE. &f:'y.l U.iJR-,ni ohargr) for tlw looal Its fix Uio first pound and ivm. i e fora tw tos P 675. P. aacil aildiUoual ptwul, Tha Trials of aTravl tr t Hopr' pfVw M lncr iw, tle Ho graduid m1 rv "l am a tina,i4llns naVasn f vUe,"V,.iil smi(j . haWTitf a roilus of 1 B. 43. Yfloaja, 13. BqrkaiHIre, .,. ! .Htni. incliudii w w'SlB Uaac.x. . IV,S JW- - u- - was otitifl trwubltid wrifthi u ' IVW1 l'T Wil,,. j. Jvrt: J. Til. l'iitton, .TKieaa,; arl InMtasnHqn ill! I qetfui HW,iy( 1.S00 mjvyn . . ul ' Kjrta's WftW lAt PUU ,wh Sl' . t. n.lr.1 VilJ J. D.: AbK itl.il. fouayl An oxftfllesap. wvnriff.' .! " iit wftaH four ountVW p tfpmanh. Uv,v or Jcldwy I"", U. Tolar)rie'v'vt 8yBtim uf fwrt'l il. iSrnqU asvi Muvi.:r, an wvUi4. Only 2J ,ne a mw wo j 1V(H; K. P. Mo?'sp.1VrCoB win Id, 4rv)Wrv It a jvukaE? W4" if"vr Uoard of Cawfcol tuo Onlfltfowt tr-iHis , i- (e tl3 W.UCII WlfJ lUI-i"- m. - ! After pftssing on thl lutlcnu. tlw boly tlii elwt'ooi of officers tor On motion Pxsldcnt was unanimously rijiltitl Tann,:T a,s Vtoe I'maldion tlon S'icriS.tary Hemfy aa Trtpuivr unanluvqusly main was Q'Viplain. On imotln fcho Bqiird of II slstln? laf thii tolloiviIng, ed: T, JI. Balnu'ji, K. C. Ocll, SOvlby Rork, S. A. M On motion Alvin Itasa as Sentinel with U V. ,: Afr rf V-- i" tiry tw.-iI- ', ' - ...'. r - Wrfn. aw iKJV-'- ,f r riw- - -- V-!. v v f Tl. JLm - ' II as fin isvllr,! 1'AItoiMi! io:v- - tnxjbll wMi .psrial rieH-M- S IALS 1'll.For nflKi Mr. hunch '' niiisiigliifj th,t AfuclAl pwt ( witiiwV ty w kn npiplylnjr .Chnmlrin!n ,l.ii' , iriv. TV UnliiMUt r$h-iiku- 11 Uy tuitK !4ilni. t'jr iV- or hr'" n i' tto - c j Farms for Sale. ' Inijiriovul and a!c. Cull on or .Vlv, un,'mppql ullrM, .farm, for iphs of tf j:m It 3, .WKSU2V, Ha.rUird, Ky. If yo.ir chlMwn ivre uijjut to i'jtji k at oroui, wa'pli tftr the first symjtJ!ti (Jive (Jhamharlaln Ooui ns swn n the o'llhl lioarse imJ tlio attack miy be ,warlil off. Tor sale by all ilealr. lioar-wun- H:jiW(Jy M-nd- li Qnnil. PROPER DEALING OF JUSTICE Judge's Stern Rebuke of Wou Briber Accompanied With Appropriate Reduction of "Sock." e Iw'io flivj" ku It- ll'ii- Lf UVimW. Pw, v IVfrrts fi o.:n an tcmpi tlio wM,"'t ,Tprn 'n nn'l pi,! tin In IC""iijij (Vuiniiin vce i t'ip ,D"i- ril of t'i -- Hiimdtte Of 'Kls!atl.i tl 'Miie U"i- ii- ' The Justice of the ponco was in a marked state of Ignorance. He was approached by n man desiring a divorce, and ho did not know what to Calling a friend to his side, he do. whispered: "What's the law on this point?" "You can't do it," was the reply. "It's out of your Jurisdiction." The husband, observing the consultation, and feeling keenly his to escape from tho matrimonial woe, explained: "I'm wlllln' to pay well; got the money right here in my sock." At this Juncture the justice his gravest judicial air. Obviously he wns deeply pained. Never before in all his life had ho been so bowed down by grief. "You know before you came here," he said sadly, "that it wasn't for me to separate husband and wife, nnd yet you not only take up tho valuable time of this court by talking, but you actually propose to bribe me with money. Nov, how much have you got in that flpckf "About IC.BO, your honor." "Jb. 'J1"' so? Then I fine you $5 for bribery and Jl.CO for taking up my time with a case out of my Jurisdiction; and may the Lord have mercy on your bojiU" ropular Magazine. do-di- 1 Copyright Hut Sbiffotr te Man HAPPY NEW YEAR . .Uy n.1 W Untl-- j uwroi HAD IT PROPERLY NAMED 1 linUy Loujj'vt English Sailor May Have Forgotten Politeness, but He Had Appro. priately Designated Dish. t'.e London xgercjluan who had been traveling in Greece found himself compelled to stay the night nt a monastery nt Mount Athos. Tho welcome was warm, but thB food execrable, in particular the Soup, which the guest could hardly fofce himself to Bwallow. Being a class! :al scholar, his knowledge of ancient ireek helped him to some understanling of the monks, who spoke the w Jely different modern tongue, and te was astonished to hear that th unpalatable soup was an English i sh. "English!" cried one of the monks, adding that an English en I Jar had been there not long before an recognized it. "What did he call it? asked the -- " clergyman The monk had to think for a mo ment before be could recollect the strange English name tf that soup. Ah! he bad it. It was "bjes'ly muck!" A certain jK ! Tb year's transactions. j YOU! ),y tljiinry 3 ,il col.' K. ijnVpit ot Lsfaini ir He -- fl.nr Via ' copal. lid Jy L'w TTOi- With our hearts full of gratitude for the liber al patronage you have givta us during the past year; with a consciousness )f having given you our best in merchandise and in service, we usher out the "old year with pleasant' memories of the In . , I, 1b being experimented with abriad. It Is a "tractor1' that is easily 1 Itched to any horae-drawvehicle, jutt as a team ot horses may be, nndJ combines all the advahtages of the horse with hose of the auto trucM at an exceed- hgly low price. The outfit comprises steel bar and coupler and sprocket heels designed to be Attached to 'the heels and tongue .of the wagon. here is only one wheel on tho ihorse" and that is a the front, the ost of the Bupport for the tractor de-ending upon the front wagon wheels y which it is driven. The engine, ounted under the front hood as in n automobile, Is of 40 or 60 horse wer and drives the wagon at a speed of from 8 to 30 miles an hour, the latter speed only being used when It is designed for Are engine service. The front wheel is used to steer by and it allows a turn being made at an angle' of 85 degrees,) jtbus giving remarkable turning ability in narrow streets. One of tho greatest advantages of the "mechanical horse" is the fact that it may be kept constantly at work while unloading or loading la going on. Mechanical Htrte. A real "mechanical hrfrse" and extend to you our best wishes for a good year all the way through. If providing a trading place stocked with high-clas- s merchandise where, all your necessities can be bought at one straight legitimate price; a store where you are placed on an equal footing with every other purchaser; a store where the best of service and courteous treatment prevails every business day in the year, will contribute in any way to your success and We welcome the New Yeaf n happiness, WE'LL DO IT.' Every energy we possess will be used to make your dealings with us both pleasant and profitable. It is our aim to elevate the stand ard of modern retailing by using strictly methods in conducing our business and by selling nothing but Merchandiss of 'QUAL -h- i' i onorable ITY. sell Hart Schaffner 4 Mar? fine Suits and Overcoats, the best We Cement! Gun. There is a cement gun which Ib used to apply a mortar toverlug to structural steel work, k mixture of dry stfnd and cement Jej shot from a nozzle by compressed air, A second hose delivers to the same nozzle a supply of water under pressure, and the mixture of sand, cement and water is shot out with a velocity ot about 350 feet a second. The nozzle is arranged to produce a thorough wetting of the material. As the mixture strikes tho lurface to be covered, the coarse sand grains rebound until the flno cement lortar, which adheres immediately, iub formed a plabtic base in which the toarse particles become imbedded. A iverlng of any rfcqulrcd thickness is lb n rapidly buildup. pne of these runs has been used the Panama canal in covering tho 8 of the Culcbra cut with cement, irevent tho pnstablo earth from ng into, the ianal. clothes Men; Palmer Coat Suits and Cloaks for Ladies and Misses. King Quality Shoes for Men, Queen Quality Shoes for Women. All of our different lines are in harmony with these famous makes. Take no notice of the unlucky thirteen,-buia&c ua iuiv yuui tuuuucutc aim wen uauc w- gether to our mutual good and we'll make 1913 a happy and a profitable year. t E. P. BARNES & BRft Bearer Dam, Kentucky. .. Wfpjil &7jrfMs "STSilWBSRSnff P4P y Tj -- tfT'j I ' H--i, ,'V J. A ..' ' 1 1 urn a "' '''fi'SSlHHHkMMir 1 - MmuL v"-5f Bit r THE RIGHT . START. Someone has said that the way we start the New Year will in a measure be the way we will spend it. Believing that there is probably some truth in this statement, we want to urge on you a "right start." Now to make matters short, we want your business in 1913 and we believe that it will be to your in terest to come our way. By doing this we are su?e, beyond any doubt, that you will be starting . Mr. P. A. Motley and family, wfio jn .tfie ! iolln:. r.te-fyo- y nU Uitlr Riilil two on ,No J tr. f lif,v0. TV.io ttMtM.ng ti tf mrowrvn. WiVnr JUtIoi i:n; twoi.k'i tpjy, ltifl Mon-"T- b Intlu nc of C.Nrlitlini'y Vjji tiny for iMrmott, A,rU., wirrs 'V'lty will! Monday nl,tfit 7 00, fit iw I iflu.-ii,fiitwe hoiie. M. MV(!.y "T htaV of Cr.rUtlm.ti n was on- - of Ohio nyiunly's ttrfpioji I World' discus! by lLcit,rr.,l W. 'J. rltli-i- i and no r i?rot to w fjph1, fn Wright. his family !av i'ire, Imt Join in Tutsday nlaht, At CirLvJan n mr . w,Ilwi tnr iiun In their iiw horn;. "TVie HoiFV.nt and t!vs Ijxk?, (r l Wis d by It'V. C. B. Kn.3lUn. Air, K. Jt. Wlmatt, of runV l.H,i"V k. i Wln, wljy NIkJ?, at tfrbyfterl vi fq-vi Vrj v'innsr n Snu eWlle pon- CJiurfh. "iii ,e spirit of t'lty pn tlie held ntntntly by tl Ohio Qoun c,1 Cirli ty Co, nnd'T'vthMd .1 A ru,Jio Incrwrno Anion by IIm. T. V. Joln.r. PV"i and records fnu?. Ill frutw, 01 Tfnirvlay nlR'A n,t Ujiiyint J ....... H.ma .lti ....lt& vmn !. ...tic mijac in n.l.t niiiiii nuR f inH.i U .1 of Qmattt 7 pni-21 mound. onrl ffur..d Jjy ,n,v. it. D. o Urn, candle would butiiwm: ,c'iu'''"-lu- td --net' Bsmnut, U C. mylor, tp,wrtj IjoUh Orey Ioiwn, SI'VJ ,Ellw' EAST VIEW. .Mri-- i, W, C. .Siliinin?r ind Ca?t. ,1. 3Ir. UK. B. J. rn:n.-!- i tr.insnctf : L a, k, iwji. biinln-in,'. IlnrUrtrd Katu,rday. Mr. Erran SnuUi aiifj ,r(my.lj HM Are Ever War. .rsliUves at ,1'alo. Tlrrn ars tw Vilni iirifinVn?to' v.t Mr. L. D. rmjieh wiv, Jpy ofld (pll'!. Hut Illicit! 11' ATloi fiion i'aJw wC'l tmWi pU'iii in nmy farpn. It untJ Sunday with nsiUnd .t Tlaiyta on U'm ltq"iinl IrrltwVon, ln- - flints cmd Pea - Uj:n. Mr. ami Mia. Albwt SLewwt ind sjn, or w.Jl!rrr. ,'uRhca pa-- ' fi , la jlt'B ioy, Gr n(prt "rnVr of nais, jcvcit Ti:s.Uy ait Ou'Mis'jqM). Mr. and .Mis. '. T. burpi, nl8, iibyiis, wv, Jnmnv, A. V. rTCi-pttl'1 frlr u-- 1 li. I MEN S HATS' IH -- '' 1, t"t ? Un7"-41l'3ui- 1.- -.. Ofn "CoWlon r nuift lwi-Galf- jr- IN ALL THE NEW SHAPES 3.-- $1 .00 anjnamsmn to $5.00 at ,vU-If- m tnf nHy n- VtenpU and Mls Hai-r- f 25 cin'a at all DiVj!i dinusbyji. tt tHisin;'. trij) to .Mr. Kld?r IJoJon i'P. Oiri it Miilltfitf jnale ji p PSaVnJy. ?enf. rfiuwUy a,t ROSENBLATT'S Hartford College contemplating In Remembrance. TJ10 right. Beginning we are putting many lines in our winter stock at a big reduction. Call to-da- y, and see them, and remember that IT PAYS TO TRADE WITH A HOUSE MONEY. Kwoaawsai mubm THAT SAVES YOU II W I " ' Hf u,ft Or Kffte Marfai and oMldnen are ir'Ja'.lve a,t Il,ilcbLt of Jlr, II. C. LiTvimnco lv,ttr,n (and famllj- - of 20 uil to-jo,woy our lu;r wof-jr- , iMr-- , l gftftftftftftftftdftaftA-aiSAft-IA-ftAiJtnilnji Da1 Hjr n,Ki? ,wns 8 y,viir'-- , ntc'i Oui,ve hxn anoitd Into fj (tt vicinity if) maka It i!?lr Xu,fjire linm. fr!,r 4nMnYuj and ,tinty il,x. HV e aS ji'l anil n,'(io children; onp hlsr CEDAR GROVE. Kilo wdt. n mciniU- -r lull two Mr. Gob Qulvnbury nnl q'llldi-riof tlw OliTistlan UliiuiVi and wpa are liy all W1I10 knv i'i'ir, Hr ,wero li'Itliiff of, tUls jwewk. UU to Test Jn Uv Alldtalff buijini; Mh' .U'nrjte Wenlllnf? ho in b'-gliOWldS. crvcosJ In it'10 nillllmiry bus'n-es4? Offers splendid opportunities to the young man &.J' & Co. at- - .Uvo.nnvlHe, It 4i i'ia to gUe ,1u,t im, but God Ind H or woman J entering school. MID- knnnyi (with pjl lilnps nwll. jpsnJUis tli,e parents an! 49 TERM begins plstexa and li,aw. not dw ? MU lLV h lit-- r U h but U: Us strjtK; to nMlo Dinlel UIMns in ItaivMi. c. I. D. slsttir, air. W. ,StnlUi at Xamaws Ui'm p weuk. Profits Most To Eliminate Middle M.r. and Mia. X. D. A"j'ilt9 .WtfYl ' SdlfrlUr iJIomLiy. New classes will be organized for those desiring - yb Profits on Produce. M,r. Walter Myrps clos1 ja snoofPi3fl igh School work. Tuition 27. AlIlt, fivish CKK9 Jfcr Vo-Dec. to all 5tf.,o3l li iv list Urtday. fipm the and bmtcr tllnv.t county diplomas. strong normal class will be- Tie jnrao ilnerj- - ,to ibosHi an o'J well In Sinn ,to !! ,lxiiLhvlre by (I'lqals t'.ils wniinunlty U ' evicted to arirl,e o gin work time. Our students fyave . to rcwrth S09.1CO .lwinvw In CCqw Yo.k IthJq ,wti It. Us envlrons-i- is been very successful in securing certificates arid Is o mwf't J? anl Mi'tt Gltll I visions f,nd n'.an, annoja3d tqlay, ,by (Mrs.. JjiU'inl at Jlkt'ilaml, Ind. are giving splendid satisfaction as teachers'.' II'a.Vi, rvyiuVij: of th' N'rClrpal JSous;- - - Mr. BV.I11 WiUls. of C.'ilaaso, you wish to raise tlie grade of whjtvV Iqasue. Ire. Jlsath hoo-certificate and hc Itare Tlnirkday afironan. oo ira.t(!p, ftj ram eS ? fit yourself to do illan wll btio-nwork as a teacher, Januaxy 1, when (Uip nvUls aru Ready lo Grind Corn. Teachers' Class, For infor-to .parcels jio'jt I liac Jus,t a nw corn mill 4? niation. address Mpj. Heath's plan to cUmlnatii the ? and am nuw pircoin d tjo do erind- - ' ' middleman ImoUies Uio prfntlon jaf a. Q , .. ........ ni3 CO.ll- - 1 lilS. Glio ne a qiJI. ...' rTiiuri- vmiimivJp- - A1ITIXI13' -- H. E. BROWN. Pres. JEI1F WAT,TCnSOX, Uip BUoksnilth. ELLIS, .If. mltiYM Jios bsgun 4U nrelUnriart' work I1--. .e of lUUnis all fainnwrs wViln tlifj Vnal Drr Mrs. iOtilo vlsW' t Wfig .Krfday .l!otiiibr Mr. .' lj.d 0,-nrtxi- ey Vi l't, ilo-A- Jldajs l.r WINTER o'l'. nc. 51, $ ( aAi , January 20, 1913 PREE the A at that IK. SI aa 5 holding "& iot s e J your 'if , es relvl Jj this better Training join, further s A l, S i;ty-ml'- HiaPtford Republican.! PJIIDAV. JANUAltY 3. KaT,y iHn.t slo-y -- vUHl lM' uoatlon z6n. TiS " .lAlla , , w , fttl , ikjr n. L?lr (inrUtnias . k. u..nil " ' ...'i TT" ij nil Vit.1 . lHLTUUV-- .' Getting the Future Meal. tSVtyters dc'0ro u'ey B0P will atmciT'iie.-i(N,- e8 be wlili ifva? MlsVer, Mxa. A. ,E. i:ill. t I i i ) FthL7AIr- IZWn 4 J. K. .. 5 II. aie, at will if durij, Imacnitrcli fw toa Muffrft, J. W. . present 1wrlUng, fiirni?rs will nipalvo monu fir itfiplr PptaiUtes Jmunt itV autunm air, and Mlllex, L. T. ... L. Lb. N. tlice card (Jfoctlre Monday Uin tlwy Puq.ua, .T. A icel5 fiom doi-or- s, borw? on jqv.ciry lnwze limtiy Mnon, iMLsm Miiy Smith. wfUla. the oonsunvirs ,W1U All. 21U. G fresh Are onlonii, thoasfi hnllslbl, and, quut, Martin, G. W Ruscll .Cooper tooj a lawjeir prioea jUuan Ii'mks nov No 112 North Bound duo 7:19 a. m. Amnio Coojxtr and Mcssi-s...".t Porter, G. W uni3,'en, here's olineseJ toil .Edwtn Alason of Karilxvtlle attend- - c"iaTfoi4. T,he plan ,wiM lw Dx,tenl5.i. dally except Sunday. 5 Anos, C. P. I rcpltal at the Opera Mrs, Hrvi'ih said, to include ivn&XtiMi Tle ivuva.kes In Wtp azupa floatb, and Taylor, p. m. No nlj North Bound due 3:40 Warren ....6 .majjle syp)up, &o, House M.iulay wcnlnK. In woin. daily excel Sunday. r.j.7 WJilla Inupn the stVijf miy fall Miione, jr"L. ..... SImUir ircfi's'j-Jiinr(p.ufl .wjlfbe oen South Bound duo 8MB a. m. j lAmonK IU1I, H. E ....7 dlta,ive who ixtu n ai eenitly as tine d,ew. daily except Bundoy. ,...7? InV.ndl .Uie ifuiwal of Mr. JmtH 3ul- - WiUniediy In (tfio principal cities of W.!kwi saSemtte fipa wr'Tl,ied thie Avay, U?n.niq4. W. P. ... p m.., fie ciQU.nj'jry, Mrs. JixiAh 4tVu'1. boutfl uouna aae 7 TUyilor, H. L Uijrfl 3lMlwi. raH2,h fwtli wiWi dthrtr IwjikI dally except Sundny. C...S WiUlrliUl, .of JlouJIni; Clrspn, Oaaice ,D. I .. And fiom strata pluk "e&ti- Onion Called Panacea. H. E. M1SCHKB Agrt. Austin, Addle, ''.., SuUjikcj, of Krln, 'lomi nfttl ,. .8 i ' ChlaxRo, Dqc. JJ. The uss of plenty boiled, find eke "ham and." Wjll!a,nis, A. 'v. ....8 Th lunna rain will be ut va, or ptoffee T'-j.!nrk visited Mr. and ilrn. Sher of onions ,nU drlv,, tuncwis otiher 'tfi,Vn83, 8 '. Wootlbunn,!. C oi'fw (anjd hot, of Owsniiboio, icecnt- - (xintacUKM dlsunsjo out of ary pfity, Dr. man 9 Hunlay, Porter Carwvn payjt canh tar furs. Adv ly a,nd lpiX ttiCTi a f Iih boy. iroWier J.nd Mjry AValker, who Is ,vlsltlng with cleiir and hoit, .Vnd .haa,.n lrqn. ,of ftake apl pie, Uk Clark, J. I, V" Ao'nB w.jil njul Sterman Vlnjt Q.Va3,so friend), Uxni'sUt H-NaU Is .IkWjhk duv immtiW. dtclareid. Hera . ....9 Madaox. W. M. kln,Js tliftt Wt t,'is naot. ."jiWRh N. tjrviln. pf SmSUif Grvrt, Aihrt B. is Vis fluent ibpy In tlU,t ptty. are liqr Ulr,atioins tor li)9 use at pnkma1 Jackson, John T. ,..;...9 Naw .Yprk .Hinln? Bu(n. My. I lEJift ifvCY of tliini. iwcil, boiled, Xrltt Air. and Mm. O. L. SliulU, Mbue 10 Flnloy, E. B. .... ware ar raw. i Um 10 'V- - ltx- - w' "w """ Ui;V!U 1(,V, FJylng Men Fall. Raiwvy, C. W Muiiifl Hardwlck. o,' i 1C;tp fjie funicp of onions oontlnually K lctlnis to stomach, Hwr and kldne Maeisley, M.iVn 10 llic ci-- t uf Ming VOJii. Xiillfus WUUamg, Dai:U 'mylar and Mr. Krftertt TayVr. f Urarir Ia,m the Pilrjii'iat'triff ,t' Aitiiios.plHr. 10 tnaiUa dust (Ike otlor flfiople. jwiHh Uko I.xtiford, ,W. I, . )' ' Bprfml Salons in iUi alleys, muayxil BiecltaJ f. the Cura voirse Won. on the ijmuUs (n loss of Appetite, bxnkajcji. Miller; W. P ....n A.K J K. Uald,907i a pluia.nt lOiwn placte BAd any .otlvir diy ovruilnj;. wlxiro it IreuxViqlie. mnd itlijejd, rH i. V. C I uller at Tina ItipiVWWin oiUIci1 ITu',- oppiaair tli&y ivouW flo ood. llut Dheije's wa meotl Boyd, U. X. ......u y mlst f Hi'io Qo(nt.r-JUAt a neojnt mei'Jas U Wfl,'k,(r a.U o.Vons wire nartli-ulo,-l- y tb Bfifd illk3 Wiat aa T. D. PbleB,H;onry, Stewwit, Jos ' ....it OlJllqwa Up cfpa(wlii? Uo.4;i)Jjxa of lajAffivlllP, town 1:Ii Of W"i IfeotlvT agalmt HifUlpax, Til? 1)xn., (pied. "Sis blqUV's at Klctirlo R,3,tni, Jas P. .'.. 12 ei:c,tf,l: .NoMe Oiwt-O- rSUM Itinjt Jirv brothicr. Mr. Nuithlin ua nf tfw i?gi'itiA1i In two ;ttlen at Blititiera" he .witen, "did m-- e ilji glue Ajtojilson, B. a. . .A..J2 (TJCJ- ""f"5 " 'w1! vl09 Oraml-yVly i IJIXilTII rr T W latt. luaat, 'has pnjvcn. her (contention (p be m! tuiv stTirta! ajnd gucil (than hUvw, It. P. ..'.', .12 M. AVihop. jrMU- ew. sorrtw-- O. 'K 1.. o. n correct, slue sod. all pCih'r atwnvii')h Jieiigilkvi I ivfl." ,lo arowr, II. C. ... .,12 -- "' I at Tfie nnibllca V m iwnt caJl ic tliey lvelp everybody. Its tolly Aw ffor Oldham, . D. 13 How's This? Vftlnewlay. j tw. A.xiinriv JtoyHVir rtvAU Jwsln a w;n&n Oils grtaat ipiaTdy wJU (llp j'ou Iled, D. JJ 'V 13 .Dollars Jtraward Mothodlat'j Weofnr JnteUiw at Ue Jjnnijrs tram th iloii?. ,Tjy It. Dnfty if) Biker, UWiaixl 11 Ivln Itowwurt'iV.r f 13 I nn.)t In OwWonji. Ky., pn Ww flrit for any cass of Catnmli t,lvat LuFu vitsrtoivn, ,W4B a pWuJit mllex oft, Qanjts nt all druuKglsts. 13 WfWapis. K. V. i Sunday In Jajiinrv 1912. ILtiv. .ltoivafr be cured Jjjr ltoU's Cu.ttwijh iqwre. B I 111 nrim tivoihi, nnfl ..14 ' , iyiom,a, W. P. LZ : ... . llll V. 3. cilENEV & pO., O'oleido, O. w,u w-.i- ir List of Claims Allowed By The Bununiaj7, dl. L. '"Vt VW 14 "Air. lr;and Ilrirrlco., uul Mj. Murtln, W.e, Hi undsralsned, Jijawe taiowii l. ;....ll jj of CUcaao. .v'HlVd irtunJ8 ,nU ul Austin, W. J?.- Fiscal Court. J. tor Dip Uwt 15 JrPirs, aql ' ' SuJ)t. '0'. County Hilrl K."'M Ln:ii rwtmnUv? 'Jjutnday. ..".... H.' Jilm irtictlv !ivi0,ruil3 in j.l CoOTvnonweatth of ,KiiU;ky, .Ohio CHrtor. ItobeTt ca '" ,Kvd ,6.W5 fMr my tfrt im.ty .' ....13 ilrrarjolnor-Jtai-aaotptYa'teJi, Mil a Uusln&ss trantiutVons iuil .fliuiinliii'y Qounty Plsoul Ooturt, 0otqh(pir itwin, J912. U iwjlfjon a faolipr of tiw I, W. S. Tlnsjey, CUrK of t)v fjqunty lliooine, Andnw nd uiade "'-"- n"' ajble to oi.nry oujt any ob,llsa'.10ii jiwl ajJd ankp u jo a,nnounoi thsA all OJilo T...15 fi, J, A, T 'IVcieiwr, qaurt far the Qoiimty aiyl ftatie In ctln Jlad'iithmUV) gralixl so'iol. by hjs itmi, r . cuitAj 15 rj .t nwiiy do ctutlfy tint ithji fuU((iy; Is Rck,- It. P. WAUDINO. KINAN '& MuVUVlN, of by oomiirrg ,to Mbtsne jqliv'X eivVmalivd I lita offlj aluid,ay. Bladiiop, ... J. M. ' vjivpkto lUt of tine ilileoUaii otCVvis, WJualeaaU UrUolttV. iTolarl), O. I'rliUy 'evnln for Iflielr Wlrv,triW)d ., ry MArks .. Boss, A ....M pnl (Ulc seinAntr at the r,?ular Nolmbf-jvlittorSiUa Ua.t. if uMtvllBomUW. Hall's iCatarrh Qurai liatit111' .'.,,.1S tatnsd rrJaiy asyMroon ror Mlsa Hart. ly, tipttng dJigMy vzqq (tih bAa,ol and tUn, 1312, wlvjsa clalnv tor . whs Chapman, A. V. t "v 16 """'7.,' of 3ladlrnIV. nvlw waa tl feuet of nvacwui) eurXucea tof tjhp iqr,Caurt, to)3pth' UWiyd, J. M. .., a'Jm(.d at tills tflnni . Bnl. ,,-a Xlrta boy at tl lp,iie if M. and Miri". ., . , 17 TJ MnUin. S.MH wlv c "wn juuuir. innt'J pii?vtnv nvarv n atnt froe, IVrton 7u tfein'ji P'' er wltU iViiO ii!iwuii(t in'jd ttJtfi. . ' ..,.. I .MW Ujjt, iMn-f- iJoinr, Mv,smie,t Jon bo,ttl,e. 'd' by1 all DniKsfuls J ,1'rVitj (AVn t. pvAijIvila, 'VI'17 Scllt. .. 1...... TnorM A... ... ,17 ll.itl. . 2.'0 IVKunve. .Uorijo ,..,,: '., .q.i.v th.ivu, 'll.9 ... ta. n Brawn. Wllllim TUks Hall's Mvnily Pills or .' . 17 lrof. ArVw Kirk uf Jtockrwit, Ky.. Kwn, lyU JHcusiui, lHr!y-M- y Miutan. . ...... ill? lirltJifttrt, ...Clinton I 11. T. .. ClllUra, w. ........ X4. .O ' tlw :iiMt of tita ftVir tvn(l pt'iir nattia Olrpui, Tiny Yls(ir. ami ilu. .! " AMinvtrii, xOaiiba. dj'U .. kilajtilvpi burins tlw llqli,jj. MQiidWlle Ny I'VVr. ' 2(0 I.lJlUIll, Union Services Next Week I 0. l"! i Lroni wf. ..IS " Mr. C. 41. Lynn, toriurly of th's 2rt Ma,tlwwar V, A. ...,..' 'lVk,ne will bjv tjaf union t.nvlce t Bin, lW,fl l Wti9f pVe. wjio ,la Ufm JhJiw in - wu H1"1001' 2.') IljnUr, J. 1. ...r i iiaWfoiid.aiaS' nHffajrent, icliuiwhe iUn'il,n, O'stn C ,,,..,..r..l'J , fa Mr' Ja"w' riU'r ''a'", ""' Ul,ll,',, UU ,ur 2.00 Vfvsfivo, A ,l,l'lnw .a Wlfltf ttixit illo'i. j Marlu T, H. ... hi. iio.il .ild an,d ' ,".,.,',.,,19 xor wwrai iirv, ,.iw ikmjti 2.W Itolyrtu, J, II w,SU ! bWk f i:.vrlIiBton fiiwr day aiij'it. , 19 . A i. op r, S. A. lain cti wly, t!t.u fr, ,U, 1r, rfjkgiw wvy Wl, wviO !.. , .3 fl1,. ro,fc Uanwii, O. l5. t l) '2S0 J. M. I.aiuiam ., i)Tm wor .wVJ ... An ujrwr of Itil'tiul .3 I'iMr. awl Mm. U A5k imay we U itPWiX. THwia wW be kodI T. ,H. .. .. ... ' .i J '" S. h. ,. '.- -' ' 2.M i v. iu" ..,.,,. i.1jd.u.dUj jitittv auniv.tt iiv ir itmiiv rmvii- (luvniiiMro. wrutrM Air.. iivs. Jiir. liinii nn- i r.Ytn j. ....).... T t Uiy HVJi MP ' WBf I ill Tllic-iw- wwrfftUtjnded w dUUict mMln.' TOmdji o .ye slad ,v wuio.iKi itu v.. A, 'H. '...,.: 8 2,9 tile of 'nU d- - link, W. Q ncted thatSlikMlhui IT I ...... fMj3' itAck 0nie. .UoinlliU'toii Bon, 3.i oX tio AfHJfkixn Society of Kijulty. ....1 teke an ,QtlMo part anir,' lllca , f H. E. Railroad Time Table at Hartford, Kyi Jud,?p II. It. WffliHiiT, cltv, imd Mr, o of HonUHve. JW... W. D. U iWiu; ti'ia trpiflr, ,wne pliuiut calhuri at The Hipubllian o,Virj firJe-di- Lors. ''"FW at small cost. Tlio leairup .wfill fnork In All cincamjap jt n.'Jnosnher lih tf State QnffJ. ami Jivnmtd with food. Tl) rultant eciriany. Mrs jlaith But nvws Ibr It.". extroctlon pfo-du- witiuiil iu VUUJi lb?m.) lis rVik"tl Bhan, ItOTrqw, W. H. C. W. ... Jio'-- irvvvtpixffy;r.i s .. . fl.E. Pfes,1 ' ' "...A MlttEipJJ, HeltKui, 3fJ IVhoads, J. P. 2.0 Cioush airk ... 2.W DawU, Ilufus . f,0 Shantzer, A. .... at 'l y. I rw W 2') -- fj-- )t . Gadaey, D. H. IUttorpon, M. S. 2l0 Keith, w, 3M aookiwy.'j. o 3.'0 White, N. B. h rS3 '......JjtoL'J . rati 2i0 Qraws, B. Miu-Jc- ul j.'Itlohardson, vjr M frks tlrt Migan, 4j',0. Blair, 2.00 B. E, O. C. W. P, F, ..i ...viBJX -4 ,VkaA f "; m m i:e j,, -- jfua Iul i dow-ljil- .. mi il. m Davis, J. H. .. Taylor, 11. L. ... BairUe,tit, D. B. 19 Masstiy, J. L. ., Hlgifs, AV. A. .. .2 CO Owran, Boy 2 4.(0 Hqflln, W. M. . 'f 2' ,.;;.J37 4. "'J llortpr A. ?.(0 WlllUvns, C ... H. J. O. "'ffi'Sfe'1 ''W'X'V.J .t...,.i36 ......29 i' .,,-.- 1 2tr).Byary, J. , 'b. . 4 40 Ovf-tutor- 40 2.U0 n... wood, pt Klmbley ,M. F PoltanO. JCsq. l. . a.'.. 74 AA I1 I .v.i Jc fir. niud 1 2.' 4 49 Oroit Ptir-dp- i, ,. ..... oun i, Ptton, lsq. J, I,., Iir-dtes- J wUv lLV-lM- 4 2.W Count Bllej-.-Dr-. u... A. ,..- -. ,..., J K.'f run-dfl- v B. ExwntaaUonV&' Vtj ' 2W 4 10 !. HsmCror. 7ark, j 46S Int. ny 4.0 2 y) , T4 baa,, ..wn"J e pjte gUntest acmlal , ZOltli W &.- - O .......J.... ; 5 f f. & peln.Fj C. OriWr,, 2.(0 2.S0 2.S0 2.0Q , If . w-'n- llialf w,. Jail .1 Short, John iMtMfiifiui4lHi, 'Dlnfoutanjato li.ip.X. .... Cor Co.., JiurW'Pa.u ' ChUdin Run. Ttua'n.-u- . tl awh lrt v... ..,i,i iWi floaalV-Bftoalj, . ' . 210 2.S0 Sofltt. Qourt ,., ,... l"l l w; """"" ....... "' ..... Ki., Co,urt Qh,-ui- bi-H- , no 2.(0 Taylqr, Dr. ,,. O. ., vr ,.,. ..,......',1X.W Fter-dlft- Xi K. ...... JtW. KxvnliroAloit i... ....i. l'V c..r. u. llt-inr- '' "3 0i) Tuisiey, ""' . 3ii 2.00 urral triiir3 p,frira-sald- 'A C. o. u. FJtxd Count, jCl'.rk cojiy attentv- W,-8- f....,f M 1M 4 .... ...., tlv-l- 2.(0 W' 3.p 3 49 $Wy fffa nrt( 'ai'-irvinla- ls ' 2.(0 2.(fl t- U-B- 1111,-..- WM-- pu,n3tl-pu,tlo- r .. ll-rl- .r.l ....': ... nl w ,,-. ... (.lr il iui w -- 2.') Blyp jn a ralrocwl traMs and was kMldi n.w I... i(.. r.al ..v ,...... .IIr rwiKl. tapir hhl nr... , ". "J FJJ 210 catvinni8S with 4lls Vt. OCt,w 'Uit ! 20 wny wjieni WpV HfWll(m .ro ooH. Dtin't risk TQUf nt; vwi uw uf lr. King's Nnw DOjrWr' fl 2."l curu ,uicni and to pruvirai ad s.yo t'itWit lunx troubl. "It vii 5.;o n'W'f Jlr! J W. In 2.00 VaUjfil .ttiftt foUoiWa a w?ift-- l 2 00 ft;lp.'' iwriten V .nMfl-'yt- A CoU Indian Killed on Track; s, Ntrir Uo,q!v,'lle. 111., aji Indn yfft- V f"Su:v, Clerk Ohio County - - .HI 0il ?., J.-1- -- wi!-- iW a- - nxnii,i&i&l .''... ji -! 111..... I Mj,, 1 j.a "an,d, I rM'oly;?(j AV.j . 2.tf (TrtU"jKrtW free MWl - -f -- f i'rll ,r :f u I .' .'i 'J' .i.SJii-'i- '' if - - 'I I? Il:ooJ. Tho law prevcriU sv nt,;v TALKING tor murder. It Bhould havo been i I SPOILED HIS W SVILL BELIEVE IN SORCERY acted." I maintained that K was ovcry roan's duty to defend his bemo. V woro divided half and half. "I .Inn't l.nllntrn thl! t.lklnif of llfo Is ever Justified," jiut In Cranborne, our Socialist boarder. "Jetley was tho How, victim of his cmlroninent many of us would not havo dono tho name? Besides, did you fellows over . p to think that ho may have had ruoro i d ones who would suffer ho by his death?" ''re a sentimentalist," sneered . "Who cares for a murderer a llfo sentence?" body may havo cared. Ills Passenger Beating His Way Was All Right Until He Himself Gave the Whole Snap Away. Dupes Fill Coffers of the "Dlaek Art" to Overflowing Even in Enlightened Days- - ms Graco. tho veteran boxer and globe trotter, likes to tell stories about himself nnd rotallo ono wherein Honolulu proves to havo offered him a welcomo unaware. "I had been otopplng In Honolulu fight picwith the Jeffries-Johnso- n tures and decided that I wanted to 6 I knew tho chief ento Yokohama. gineer on tho Manchuria, which was duo In port in a couple of days, and I thought I would save $200 fare by riding with him. Cranborne, do you sup- - ' "When the ship came. Into port ho -- Lord, second Icarcd ubaUhappencd to him. told me that I could havo the engineer's cabin. iou lit uapieneatojnerf tney "'3tay Inside a couple of days and h cnnunaiBv asjtuougn out and mix with ttdby thi sama' emotions then ccmo Thoro nre about the pas300 on t pebple Why, society Is sengers. I themr Kill tho man and board,' ho told mo, 'and I do not tllnk ' . & . srnanl out of society anu you will have any trouble.' "I followed his Instructions, and mau worm ueiiur ttuyj w hlch don't ac- - after tho second day I came out from hiding. Wo were within a few days Le a look at Jetley of Japan, and I was regaling a bunch stoit tho station to- - iu tho smoking room with some papers ries when a company checker, looked Isons. "TUe I at mo closely and asked: vn on tho 2:42. "'Say, who are you?' mob of sight- "I did not know him, so proceeded Lb him," said Cran- - to tell ofj my experiences, and relate what a good friend I had In the chief Riding tho rods Is tard ins. "mey n car-- engineer. The mob al- - work, I told him, but traveling first cabin on these transpacific liners Is a ngdoer." liet's go and pipe. "The checker left without explainft positive. kthat Jetley ing his official position, but I noticed tie crowd about three hours afterward that tho ball star. 'ship slowed down. I also saw that see a bro- - the Mongolia, a Biater ship on the Ihopeless- - same line, was passing us and also pway, we getting ready to stop. Well, they only gave me time to gTab up my in Hour press book, that other shirt and an le heart old pair of boxing gloves I was cared the rying, when they transferred me to llrts a the other ship. "Going back? Say, did you ever Inly to slowed holystone a deck?" What, after all, do the members v suPPO' this submerged guild the hardy adventurer lu ieek then 01 out? In Its broadest 'J!"' g is probably nl "J" tu same. Tho best that c. n l" In vmlthfnl diirnrniiil IS a 1MT legacy a Journey a h,tur 1,, moBt precious Intolll'cacu i a' an 'rni cr woman can receln c good fortune of her jub-- d or lur child. For It should' not Iw supposed that tho clientele of an (.urcereM Is made up entirely pi U"1 '' mald' " 'ar6a ens. Stout, elderly t men commonplace famlllcV mil i .dividual outlooks that cannot osW, hw hint of romance appear tu md the pastlmo quite 'as congenial. Habitual patrons of the art do, however, fall Into soycral classes, ss la their own statements', reveal. One ty tho orderly, unlmagjMtUc hut no means unintelligent Ope no cov slders It prudent to invest $3 yeary In a budget of corapr or henslve practical advice from an esomewhat as srw, xpert In prophecy s at regular intervals, engages aShe and visits a dentist. serves tho right, of cqurse, to discredit xvnn tn flout the adUce after has received it, as she would the dlaSj nnala nt .1 nhvslrlnn who has not In spired confidence; but la general It irlrpa hnr a Rpnae of security and ad mlnlstrative competence to have thn next six months, for instance, pioutu out In advance. If she pas " co" slderable fee that has been mentioned nh mieht. of course, to eet a fairly en' . wi tertalnlng return, and it sue i llttljv u -- ..,., - suuuiu ae .u- - dug t- i. a sue iuu -- t. astrology thrown in. Apart from thu sheer glamour of the starry science, thu it Is found that It greatly flatterslearn sense of personal Importance to the bearing of the planetary coursu upon one's Individual affairs, aad to discover how constant and how intied and mate this mysterious influence hf them. TELLING DISTANCE BY SOUND Harper's Weekly. Jack o tune-tollin- - J i half-yearl- y se.ni-stres- . ...... .1.. That's Modem Science Has Brought It to Ex- OPENED WAY TO FREEDOM And actitude That Is Easily SuscepIt him, tible of Proof. Ingenuity of Prisoners In Effort to Es bd, but cape Awakened the Admiration alddleThere Is an old saying that if you of Their Jailer. nan in ' cheap Jittle amethlng led his bag Ither him, it Race with enough to tween his was" the Row "who sho hat's all I her name. Khis wifo, but ned. Gray Lady Blitht before the po- and the tired for ever. tho im oniy dte- - pk of forgiveness fanborno and pretty stiff VT. It night at a. their faces that Par- argu- - Chapmass) can count Ave between the flash and thunder you are safe. Modern science tells us that If you can see the flash at all you are safe, because If it struck you you would have no time to see It. The speed of lightning Is about 180 times that of sight. The old ldoa was that if you could count five the storm was a mile away, which was considered a safe distance. Sound travels at the rate of 1,142 feet a second, or about a mile In five seconds. In order to count seconds accu- Al rateiy ,any pnoiograpaera saying to themselves: "No one thou sand, one one thousand, two onCthou-santhree one thousand," etc. This gives about the right space between each count of one, two, three, etc., if you stop at the number of seconds ou want to time. With a 11 le practice with a watch beside yo this Is accurate up to half a mlnuto br more If sou hear a steam whistle blowing and note tho instant It stops you can count the seconds until you, lose the sound, and by allowing a fj'th of a mile for each second you cp Judge the distance. The same is true of guns, or an explosion, or oven of hammering or any loud sounds. '' d, Amonest the Drlsoners In the Frencll convict settlement of New Caledonll wfirn two marine engineers wno noj long ago received a pardon strangl as it may seem for mating a aanu and ingenious attempt to escape. Living together In the same hu fhPHR men were encased for years digging a secret tunnel from their hi to the beach. At tho end or me lunu ihv hnllnwed out a A.clumber. ad -.- 1.1.1. ...HV. rt WtU'OOd y WU1UU, nnu nlonaa w airtrrrrj3"3Wtr5' into the hut, they fashioned a ipa'J tho metal being at first used to rfim tools and afterwards to form bolt and; f rivets. Then with Infinite pains thcyfbullt an engine to propel the boat and after laboring mightily for seven years they completed their task. Everything was ready except;' tho provisioning of the vessel, when they to were betrayed by a fellow-convic- t whom they had confided their plan. But so Impressed was the French commandant; by their marvelous energy, skill, and patience that he managed after a year to obtain a pardon for I I them. jj,w In please the cranks I urth Tlio iiwlul list of Injuries on a iliumanltV- - owr ot July stigg'M-s Good Will of Dim- - ujralnst It, however, U tlw vj lUrfut o: Deserved Pro- heaJlng, by IlucM.'n's Arnica ;J lat Followed. i Mm ttiousinls. who suffered cuts, bruise.", liulle-- wo anil s li? cvpts. Ihold the trade of a slonj. Its tlie quick lveaUr ot,'w . ul- su- tomer," cald the lips or pIK., .- at a large mercantile crs. eczema, sore r a new clerk. "It'p all ilxussUts. 'LEASE CRANKS fr-i- t -. Id himself in line for i leers whom we warn Irk remembered. difficulty Ho cub please es who uko io com- Jnd ,an opportunity to how good the service "I realized," ho Kir money Is Just as kt man's, though It may lit to get." brig beforo the obliging lit up a personal trade. lal customers would ask 'nterlng the shop. They Iwaltcd en by ono whom Seslred to pleaso. Often much less crochety. Ilntendent was as good as 'When the value of tho Fservlccs became apparent, fitably did, the promised was not long delayed. Lro A Prominent New; Politician Near Death York Hon. R. N. Lansing, of R-- r iseli-- r, if tu N. Y., SU Times a Me-nb- r Assembly, Tells of Narrow! 2i eapt min 'f w h urTectefimy producing v ( was 'jilted vuI tr t. X told If I naverMo a'"li f tluyU w , i, Whllijl had renuw r: .a. mcnd'fl to nt ot ,i bott cf -m-- y "AbQit, years a1 taken Mtli -- I 'h u n jt h ver at ' t Russian Cold. Tho Russian empire, lncladlng Siberia, was fifth In rank in the world as a producer oC cold In 1911, according to the United States geological survey. The output Is stated aa t24.8G5.000. which is. however. a do- crease of more tnan ten minion aoi lnra eomnared With the figures fo 1910. This decrease is due mainly to the shortage of water in 1911 in tha placer workings In Siberia. Tne Kus-ela- n production ot gold has beea and a vast generally increasing placer gold field undoubtedly awaits. dnvplonment in nortu aiDena, m though this development may be delaved. The value of all nroduced in the United Sta 1792 to the end of 1911 Is at 3,3G8,463,G00; the value of ?i,6Z9,972,uuv. i aH T li r e U Dr. MIIcm' fOne to Take the Bet lots of things worso than a week at tho detention ftho opinion of little- Johnnio, Irphan, who has known about of life in the ways of the bets. He made that instltu- homo for about a week at the Judge Taylor of juvenllo ending the 'finding of a per- Ihome for him by the board of I'fl guardians. his stay there ho gained nine He was a different boy on of his discharge, compared satisfactory rvnultH, md hy rx buslm-sot i i iii, missed a day io hungry, shiftless lad that leslslature sinceutJanuary. I If- - thit L Dr. Miles' Heart Itemedy nm you eat Iota of bread and mo-- my life and cannot recominuiitl a l - liiirhiy." fat tbo detontlon home, John- . Or. Milts' Hesrt Romedy Is foil irj m was asked In Juvenile court nuarantaed by all druaulsU. bet." be answered, with a raeis MILES MEDICAL CO;, Elkhlrt W W Inkle In hi eyt. IadlaaapoUs , r-- of 41' hours At I iilled ot ny doctor and abked him to examine i. Ho Mild I was better limn he t?r expected to teo mo und u!ud If I v.j taking his medicine. Wlijn I told m I wa not, hut wug tukllg Dr.'' Mli4 Heart Itemedy, ho Bald, TlianV, JjOTil for Dr. Miles' Hear. Itemed) i continued to tako It, rand vim? j realized my heart w.iu iamnt; 4 w could not expect a permaient ' um ,r wtoen years I worked eery aty . withstanding I had been told I tk never work aealn. In July, 1911, lit , taken with rlirumatlsm airiln,! ftU t went to my luart as beloru. ,1 t o bad that one of tho llbunyj ;tp( wrote up my llfo- and avyl I opui nt 11 vo but a few hours, if loot Dr. Miles' Heart Itemedy with (r. lielpl ltemidy llvrt om i, mo Insjj the end of the week onan iccidiiu wrir io unuo. ui uui iu M..j me question now nuuni discussion In althlng, tho. of Iceland, at Its sesslgn vik. the capital. Tho n Denmark is preparing to y which Is a part or his pos in the island there is a r which has been in force s elnnlnK of this year inte uso of alcoholic drinks and under the severest penalti la asked what is to be do banquet is tendered to the Will they fill tbo glasses o leave them empty? What sh when the, king of Denrour tako his midnight rouse? i "kta Itor j u, ul' s uo i Smallest Republic In The smallest republic U noli rino, as usually supposed, bu,,. mlnutlve island Tavolara, pw mile off tba and one-hal-f Sardinia. This Island is only M nnn-nft- h miles wide, and ltWi population numbers but flfty-fl,- v 1836 Tavolara was grantea, ins dence by Carl Albert, and, narteleoni assumed the tltu tinder the name ot Paul I. la May; 1883. In 18S6 the Tfl republic, i proclaimed lss to tkelr constitution, la elected every ten u ytr. vl '!.( t,. , .? M J.4! V ru THEIRLNEW 4 doctor I Excitement in Mayville When Old Physician Is Supplanted by Young Man. By MILDRED CAROLINE GOOD-RIDG- uM"y tplcndld man," replied, HARD TO SRF. THE FUTURE Ncitfop''tly. "Why, I am making thctio'li to trifles for a child who German Bookseller, Compelled to family that the doctor hnB Praise, Relieves Himself of a Trupructif-- y taken chargo of at his own ism Most People Wilt Indorse. expea i Ho Is a good, good man." Net cjrew bo enthusiastic that she Many visitors to Romo will rememflush J lusciously. Miss Hates gavo ber tho German bookstoro on the gavoi'if a l:ccn look and whispered PIazr.1 dl Spagna, kept by Hurr Is GCETH Rrsent Aad Theio was grcnt excitement In tho social circles of Mayville when tho successor to tho practice of old Dr. Cyrus Dall arrived. For forty years tho latter had been the chosen physician of the town. When he had sold his practice to Dr. lirian Everslcy, a young, handsome and wealthy member of the profession, nil Mayville was agog, and speculation and gossip held the various soclnl coteries In a kind of pleasant thrall. i The young doctor had purchased The Oaks, a beautiful estato near tho edge of the village. A maiden sister was to be his housekeeper. When a now automobile and somo wonderful house furnishings arrived, Miss Cyrlllo Rushton, aged thirty, but passing for twenty-two- , as the real leader of tho real social set of Mayville, was cnld to brighten up at a chance to onco more angle for a husband. When it was further announced that the young physician was phllanthroplcally Inclined, Miss Ureda Dorman, president of the Ladles' Aid society, was In transports of anticipation and delight. The young doctor arrived, and ho was not a disappointment. He was something more than handsome earnest, affablo and intellectual. Ho 'was pleased at the gracious attentions of Miss Kushton, and It seemed to interest him to listen to the ceaseless chatter of Miss Dorman. High society shrugged Its shoulders at his "free dispensary" Ideas for the benefit of tho poorer classes living over on the flats. Still, ari exhibition of his skill In their own service caused 'him to be received as a fit successor to the old practitioner, Doctor Dall. The Ladles' Aid society held weekly meetings In an old store, which had been neatly fitted up for them. A Mrs. Fulton lived in apartments be-- ' tho doctor," said Miss Mor-C!- :, ridiculous." ton. Nitiu finished her work somewhat later a' went homo. Miss Rushton cam in, then tho lady president, nnd then a imsscngcr arrived. He brought n nete ffum Doctor Everslcy. It was nddn.'s'd to the society. A conta-gloiflfiticss had broken out In a poor fnir'ly without means or friends. Could tV society appoint somo ono to give hlf a ddy for n week to day two llttlo children In tho nurslnp 'V 1 Mi! 'torton. "1 c.,n t be posolblo bod.v u to Ideas" that llttlo no- - urgent engagement. Miss Dorman Tho group talked of "volunteers." gradually broko up and tho doctor'a nrte received no reply. That n'tcrnopn Doctor Eversloy's nutomobtb stopped Ip front of the poor home whero his services were so sorely needed. Ho was a trlflo disappointed at receiving no recognition of his messaee, aI1d bad decided to enlist the sjmrtthtcs of his sister. His Knock brought a neat figure wearing nurse cap and apron to tho door. IIjs Lr.no!" ho exclaimed in wonderment. It Is I," Ncttlo smiled back. "Ve-"A nel h Orytodjno of this case, and I have fc $lstied7tq8ee If 1 havo tho patience andrskill to act tho nurse." "You sreAan angel," said Doctor jth1 heightened color as he Everslcy s family? The re was dead Bilcnco at tho word "cimtnglu ib." Miss Rushton had an fr Nothli than to chestnut of whom n story Is told which throws tho mist a backward light upon tho apparently respect troublesome activities, as a boy, of only eqil a distinguished American novelist. order, sil Herr S , who hnd been established nnnoynnl In Rome na a bookseller almost n lifeJust llgll time onco met In his storo anothor by tlio cldorly gentleman, who Bnld: Welm.ir "Isn't It flno Mr. S. , about Prank Ho wrlt( Crawford?" "At tl "Pino about Prank Crawford? Vot Spanish you mean?" the ches "Why, nbout his book a great suc- drcn hoi cess. Haven't you hoard? Haven't wlthoutJ yoifread It?" by. NC "Read his pook? No. Frank Craw- tlons ti ford rido n pook? Impossible!" thrdVl "O, yes; no doubt of It. Giuseppe" iron tl calling a salesman "let me have a thelU copy of 'Mr. Isaacs,' please." llvrs'(v When tho volume wns brought to garner, tho Incredulous bookseller he held It still, thl nt arms' length, looking at It curious- In the tl ly as ho turned It from sldo to side not a si and from end to end; then bo cau- oven a tiously examined tho tltlo page, with rascal Its " th edition," which ho greeted to w with a guttural "Huh!" ston Next he turned to tho last page nnd read the concluding sentence with another grunt of astonishment Then he dipped Into tho volume In two or three places, and finally, satisfied that he was not being deceived, handed back the book to Glusoppo without looking nt him, nnd said: "Veil, veil! dot brooves dot you must neffer trown apoy." Tho 8, $ ' . r - Z3k 1 BgL: i y I c. : tit "fpOr i 'MIm Lane I" He Exclaimed I derment, In Won- - I 'hlhd, and kept watch and ward over the place. Miss Rushton bad recently Jplned the circle, and Miss Dorman y bad never been so active In her duties. Tho society clothed tfhe ragged, fed the poor and had done ome free nursing Miss Dorman very Jittle, however. She acted as tho of the group. As to the d haughty Miss Rushton, all she to do was to donate the raw material for tho really Industrious (Ones of tho club to sew Into garments. jl One of tbeso latter was Nettle Lane, super-tVlsor- YIIU tiny night robes. Tho rist of the group were chattering ana gossiping. Whenever Doctor Eversieys namo is mentioned, Nettie's eyes bright- with Interest It was mentioned frequently. s wav Cyrille Rushton has set for the doctor Is simply bra- - nhprved Sarah Bates, who had Traduated Into old maidenhood several Engrossed In the Bill 111 U VUIWI w -- task of making four - .. - I 'rn "Not half as bold as Rreda's slyd cynical, wasp-irmemis way," broke kln "She pretended Bellna Marton. " -- ""to have neuralgia. J" tor's attention," nnlet Nettle smiled to her She was happy in knowing Tit doctor bad made Quite a of her. Miss Send and confidantdecided fancy to versley bad Uken a Sir Nettle was. In fact, very closesomething In their naUe doctor; harmonized. Miss Eversley had UI? the feigned Illness of Cveral young ladles who had called . i ih.a nrofesBlonal care.' She had laughed over these plausible I uhterfuges with Nettle. anybody bad told Nettio that . i" friPtidshlDs Indicated a ,hteBlr L capture the handsome young oven Man she1, would have been confusion. Bucn an iv'-- - , .yrheirocu e(, 8en8,bJe ... IhatherBW1 Vnnu, .lidca had ny "s"' hadwver et a man whose kind- awakened BpcctUand admiration In her pure, years ago. rn.tn T ',?8 id Miss Dates, "... MfittlO. ''only J"10 ntio sou.. -And what oo busy Dorcas," cbal- 7 Am- - little noticing tho uu tbtl Doctor Brersley During the session of tho California ,? In the winter of 1863-- 4 n bill was Introduced In tho house repealing so much of an existing law as prohibited a negro from testifying in cither civil or criminal cases pending against a whlto person. Hon. J. W. Owen of Santa Clara county was advocating the bill, and during tho course of his remarks he said: "Mr. Speaker, In the county whlcbI phIK havo the honor to represent there re- collBs sides a negro barber, who. In point of natural ability or acquired culture, Is tho peer of more than half the mem' bers of this houso." Instantly a dozei "chivalry" were o: of the their feet, demanding that the Insult ing and unparliamentary language taken ddwn Tind the orator be paalal ed for Its use. Tho speaker so cd; and In the midst of the con which ersued a motion to adjoura vailed. The following day tlwu ject wassailed up under the head; unfinished Business and Mr. O made tie following characti "apologyi" "Mr. Speaker, yesi In the brat of debate, I used which the opponents of the under consideration claim to been unparliamentary and an In hopeful. to the Intelligence of the members There came a day when Miss Rush-to- n this boufe. It was not my purpoi tool a sudden Journey to relatives, offend any one, and I hereby I and MUs Dorman resigned from the draw the objectionable words Ladles' Aid society. Two lines In tho and most lumbly apologize to any weekly announced an Important en- all of my :olleague who feel aggr! gagement. by their teranco; but as to the "You ice, my brother Is a very prac- I stated, 3od Almighty alone Is tical young man," was tho way Miss sponsible or it Eversle) explained the situation. "He V thinks, is I do, that a good nurse atural Mistake. makes a good doctor's wife." Ysaye, io violinist, Is a shy (Copyright, by W. Q. Chapman.) quiet man, except when ruffled oil noyed, an then ho becomes si PASSING OfeSUNDAY SUPPER of toncue. He was nlavlntr at a vate nous and an elderly ladyil Chafing Olsh Mssses Now Seem Large- passionate lover of music, dral ly t Comprise the Sabbath closer and (loser to him as ho cont ued to playl She was so interested! Evening Repast. reading thf score that finally Time vas when tho Sunday night head almos touched his. suppet as of even more vital ImYsaye, w ho had been growing! portance (thanUhe midday dinner, es- grler every moment, suddenly ce pecially In thoso towns and villages playing, am pulling out his hand where strict religious principles pro- chief, seised1 the amateur muslclai hibited cooking on tho Sabbath. ' the nose.. Vhe lady was furlousj It was not considered wrong to mix her fury was not diminished )i a pan of, biscuits tho night before and the TiouaMfsaia: bake them for supper, so that these i oeg7Wfr paruon, dui yourvl hot, puff j features of the meal, with was so clow to my face honey or gome of mo trior's quince pre- thought It Wis my own!" ' ii serves oi canned cherries, were looked forward to with joyous anticipa)fhn Marshall. tion. Joia MaMkall was not As time passed, the stringent line 'chief JeatUe'tof the Supreme 1 relaxed ai'far as( cooking for Bupper the United States. That hi was conorned, and, in addition to longs to Joho Jay of New Yi cold ,slail, thflrs would always bo It Is not at all strange that some hot tlH,,ch as the real ot priority .fhould be as "lasktfT scrambled eggs, tne great Virginian. Man with creamid psfrtoes. far the greatest pf the Bu City life nu oaai'r"1 all this, Even judges. He may well be the Buburbaniteuwko apes city ways -- mierpreier ox me uonsu 'f C lias the maVogany table cleared, the bis memorable decisions dollies used In place of the regulation the constructions that ha dinner cloth, and the chafing dish dom been de artd from. placed In froit of the hostess, the In- waa on the Si preme bend is7li gredients at hand, and the lamp to 1835 and dorlng those trimmed and, burning. From this she laid the fount atlon that turns out creamed chicken and ham, stand while tt a governor I deviled sardhes, mutton ragout and dures. In A nerlcan other "mes;B" her grandmother history no nsoie U above feet would call ttifm, as she waxes remin' T T7T' Mb iscent on the honey and hot biscuit Womesj, Wt l era. A school k; autresse establish 'Mr Park, for nd i Wont Hurt Bill. V sst who bluidl Sunday uro of l Indianapolis A certain Mtvy.on tl time umtawrih bad r school, which is conducting a recruitpigae snd'J this falh.'-Cta- i wo f ing campaign tyjsM4rB advertising bird ai b tkMwn in methods, throuhjAVptMlclty commit- tatlon machlnu. ' and dui from tee, haB recclHdft$aggeBtlon for beasts are set UD tbrou an appeal, to abroad. It woods. Some1 unkind per reads; In, aiming at the be "Hello, II1IL (joSJfat us save your remark that the earth the Yomen marksmi soul. It can't liwijyiu, and It will likely to bit Oh I birds of the help us. Be u ftgfotiowr so long as they.jdoa't hit one The committer taaltbo suggestion it wui pa au rioi. under advlscmecfc.'S!! entered tbi'slck room. Never bid n poor family such royal donations as those received by the one new ondcr tho care of Doctor Everslcy an physician and Nettio Lane as r.um' Miss Rushton sent delicacies frjm her tablo every morning. Tho Indies' Aid society Invested all Its buiplus funds In sheets, pillow cases, comforters, an Invalid chair and clothlnj. . Thatdrcld word "contagious" made greetings en the street quite few and far between for tho doctor. His sister, ho ever, was visited dally by tho anilou: oung ladies, hoping the dear doctor was not overworking himself, that tie dreadful disease would not spread and eager to learn tho real sentiments of the Eversleys as to "poor Miss Lane, who was just cut out for a nurse." Whoa tho truth got out that tho contagious feature of the case did not extend bejond light measles, Miss Rushtcn bit her Up and Miss Dorman denourced Ncttlo as a schemer. "Thl.; Is one of the great pleasures of a yhyslclan'B life," said Doctor Everslcy, aJfhe and Nettio walked awayvruui'Ura komV'wnero they bad taken the 'part of true ministering 'f angels. . Netth fully understood him. They had foi.nd the poor home filled with squalor, illness and suffering. They had left It supplied with the comforts of life and the Inmates happy and HIS APOLOGY DOUBLE EDGED California Statesman, Compelled to Withdraw Words, Contrived to Leave Sting Behind Retraction. state legislature SI d I f j - "1 j m V- - ft H , i HmI llwif ) .& --i & fr rM Ii ' V- - WP ; t r ' r- - ,nJ-Cleaned rf'jj ( 1 i j I Tf 30 . ncj '" -- J . WHISTLER Had HI AT WORK MADE A GOOD SUGGESTION SAVES New TIME GN TELEPHONE HAVE Y0UII SUITS I at Artlit Own Method of rroaucing Masterpieces Which the World Prizes. Btudlo was surprisingly differ-'rotho room ho previously jrou" .Indsny row, nnd entirely unlike studios usually occupied by other its. 'i remember n, lone, not very room, very light, with windows rig ono side: his ennvns beside his bdel nt ono end, nnd nt tho other, Hear tho table which ho used na a pnletto, nn old Ocorglnn looking glnsn, s to nrrnngcti tnnt ho could seo his and model reflected In It. Thoso Mho use such n mirror (na ho did will know that It In most merciless of critics. I marveled then t his cxtrnodrlnary activity, as ho (darted backward and forward to look Mt both painting nnd model from his point of vlow nt the cxtromo end of rthe long studio. Ho always used :0 can-flra- Possibly Other Husbands, Besides Mr. Observation, Might Profit by This Little Anecdote. "Cook gono ngaln?" naked Mr. stopping short at tho door of the kitchen, whero his wlfo was bustling around preparing dinner. "Oh, yes." Mrs. Observation lifted tor eyebrows us If alio was tired of the matter. "Hut then," sho added quickly, "I'm not sorry to have n chanco to get tho kitchen and pantries elenred up beforo I get a now cook In." "Oh, Indeed," roturned Mr. Observation. ''I thought you hired women to work, not to look at the way you worked." Mrs. Observation Rmlled. "Margaret objected to my methods of work," sho said. "Sho didn't like tho way I made bread and said her own bread was better. Sho decided to leavo this morning because sho was lonely, and when I refused to hlro nnother maid to kcop her company ho went nt bnce." "I wonder what I'd say to an offlco boy who objected to working unless I hired two of him," commented Mr. Observation. "Perhaps thcro are more boys waiting to bo hired than there aro girls," replied Mrs. Observation, giving tho potatoes a jab. "Supposo you get 111 doing thb work?" suggested Mr. Observation. "And If I do," retorted tho temporary cook, "I'll be glad there's no ono down here to muss up the kitchen." Mr. Observation retreated slowly to the hall and began to tako off his overcoat. "Perhaps I'd better leavo you to worlj out your own problem," ho pruhtod. '"That would be a splendid plan for every manto follow," said Mrs. Obsor-vatlo"Are" you ready? I'm Just about to dish the dinner." a . I Idea That Seems at a Glance Should Be of Extreme Usefulness. Directory Com.ty OHio con-vcn- 'jvti a"j;sir.(DSf na,: i (brushes of largo size, with very long handles, thrco feet In length,' nnd held 4hem from tho end with his nrms tretched to their full extent. Each touch was laid on with great firmness, and his physical strength enabled him (to do without tho nsslstnnce of a mnlil-atlcwhllo tho dlstanco at which ho food from tho canvnu allowed him to it Ave the whole of n large picture in eight and so Judge the correct drawing of each touch. Way's "Memories at Whistler." NEW LIGHT ON OLD PROVERB Showing That the Early Bird Is Not Always the One That Gets the , Most Worms. " What looks llko a good suggestion a device which consists of n sound magnifying trumpet of flattened form, . .. similar 10 certain types or motor horns, behind which Is n platform i ndnpted to support the telephones receiver. Upon receiving or making a call upon tho phone nnd being asked ' ..., t.fiv.., Inatnnrtl in "tinM flin linn" (tin tlonr .11.1.1 (.u ... ..... ...u ..i,( of "holding on" with the telephone re-- ' celver pressed to his car, an arrangement which restricts his movements nnd prevents him from giving his attention to any other matter, merely drops tho receiver onto the platform of tho "tlmo saver," where It automatically slides Into position with the carpleco against tho small end of the spiral trumpet. Tho user Is then free to go on with his work until tho voice from tho trumpet shows him that the person nt tho other end Is speaking. Conversation can then either be carried on using tho trumpet with tho ndvantage of leaving the user's hands both free for the purpose of turning up references, taking down n message from dictation, etc., or the receiver may bo lifted off the instrument nnd used In tho ordinary way. The loud speaking telephone's "voice' Is very similar to that of a gramo phono, and it Is thus possible for the user of ono of these Instruments to move some llttlo way from tho and yet hear when tho person nt tho other end of tho lino is speaking. 1b i Pressed and J ... special attention. Hats-Clean- ed Repairing and Dyeing neatly done. Ladies work given Repaired. v delivered. month. Work called for and Club rate $1.00 per Circuit Court-- T. F. Dlrkhead, Judge; Ben D. lUngo, Attorney; W. I. Mldklff, Jailer; K. O. UarrnM, Clerk j F. L. Felix, Master Conimlsloner; 11. T. Collins, Trustee Jury Fund; T. II. lllack, Sheriff, Hartford. Leutlm-- M. O. Kcmvn, ky. 'lit-avlMtn; CI. 1. Joms, lloilto 6, Hurt Will practice his profcalon In lxt, fold, V. V. Kaxv, ilosliic. Court o first Monday in February and con and Adjoining counties. Commercial tlnuoa thrto weeks; thlid Monday In ,irll, and Criminal Pmctico a Specialty. two weeks; third Momluy In October two Weeks. County Court.-- Il. It. Wedding, Judge; W. 8. Tlnslcy, CUrk, C. K. Smith, At- j..iiu,, i, hi num. iouri convenes ilrat .uonuay in tttcn month. I Otto C.. Martin Attorney at Law hakt'ford, Barnes & I Hartford Pressing Y. M. C. A. I1LDG., Chili, HARTFORD, KY. g the fourth Monday In February, My, August and November. .m i Court nf Plnltna ?...... day in Januaiy and Ilrst Tuesday in uciooer. Other County Offlcen-- C. S. Moxiley, Survejor, Fordsvllle, Ky., It. b D. No. 2; Bernard Feilx .Assessor, Hartford, Ky., It. F. U. No. 2; llenry Leach, Superintendent, Hartford; Ur. A. U. Itlley, Coroner, Hartford. JU3TIC1IS' COURTS. af?;r,HCA?mb,erIa!n' Hertford, Tuesday ln ?,h dMai0l.,lay. In ,1,nr-'"- . Tuesday af-June, Tueadv after xi? londay. TuesJ Ird MSnuay ft Quarterly Quarterly Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. Smith Court-Beg- ins on Bnn. ami O. E. Smith announoe that Uiey havo ifonn-- a pArtiKrahAp for tlio gonoral prac-tic- e of law, cxosipt cittailnial and dlvor cases, 3Ir. Smith being County Mtor-ac- y Is pravxsnited from practicing suck ccaeos. Jlr. Barnes Willi individually accoit Buch practloe. OfIa Hartford Repubtlcora building, Hartford, Kr, 5I()ssns, W. H. 1 ti m GILLESPIE BKOS. W. H. & J. F. GILLESPIE ?d Mn2d,ay '." JJ,n"' Wednesday of S,",0",'1?' I" September, Wednesday John "',iP,dajr.,n Member. ir,i artea'rrtJMllt!'?l, Centertown. fnffitatrr Attorney at Law HARTFORD, - KT. $e7' YANCYL.MOSLEY, (4 $?&&&$& JUsV tele-phon- Proprietors Will practice his profession In alt ths Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and In the Court of Appeals. vAlso NoSaturday tary Public Office over Pirst National Bank. I VL SOLVES THE HATPIN TROUBLE Guillotine Introduced In the City of London Cuts Pins in Right Length. i Once thcro were two birds. Ono wns an early bird, and tho other was n 'lnrv snrt nf hlrd which never ent out imucll iw'foro eight o'clock In tho - T" morning. Vj Tho early bird caught a worm. Tho early proverb-maker happened to be i&effi at tho time, and made a noto 6 J-- LACKSMITHING AND REPAIR WORK 2nd Mondavi v!,n,ow after NoTraberUetUay Bfter 2nd afteTHie Second ' "' Wednesday Wednesday MondSy S J. NEY FOSTER Notary Public HARTFORD, KY. All Matters Given Prompt Atten- ki I v I tS- V R If feller may make a fair bluff of sur mounting such a catastrophe, but Its hard on a young fellow. It starts him tpqnge as an Animal. with a great debt to aoclety, dischargeNothing Is less like a living crea-Xur- e able only by a man of first rate than the common bath sponge, training, and hardly by him. yet the fact remains that sponges do We see remarkable efforts made by term a very Important species of the very remarkable men to discharge the sisal kingdom, eating their food obligations that naturally come with and living their lives much as any tumlfled fortunes, and while they don't tker animal would do. wholly fall, their success Is not ImMattresses for'Plate Glass. Tbe actual existence of a sponge pressive. These vast fortunes are The mattresses whereon we sleet rearaences with the separation from symptoms of social disease; not very 4fce parent of a tiny particle. This alarming, we hope, but apt to be bad are by no means the only ones. Then particle, whirling through space, event, for the Individual patient on whom the Is, for Instance, the mattress that it placed In wagons for the conveyance ttally attaches Itself to a piece of dropsy fastens. Harper's Weekly. of plate glass In safety. rock, and from that time It seeks its These wagon mattresses are madi pwn livelihood. Got Gloriously Even. At the very commencement, with who Is a stout man, waa run- of curled hair. They are of a thick Bllson, one species of the sponge family, ning to catch a train the other day, nes8 scarcely greater than that of thi baby sponges feed upon yolk cells, when his Trtend Jones called out "Hal- coverlet that Is known as a "comfort b of ! wMefc are stored food supplies. By. loa, Dllsonl In a hurry? Going able." The exigencies that plate-glas- i mat transportation require these ; as the youngster develops, the somewhere?" ts In tho water sweep Into a Keeping his breath for other pur- tressea be constructed with exceeding f bag the minute particles of poses, Bllson made no reply, but he care, inasmuch as a slight lump any required, and the same currents determined to take a terrible revenge. whero In tho mattress might prove undigested matter. $. mrtT-QAbout one o'clock next morning he sufficient to cause the breakage of th It many varieties of sponges called Jones up on the tolcphone. glass that rests upon It In tho event Y TsWrare glaBs resting upor tffewHi at "different levels of tho ocean. After a deal of ringing, a sleepy voice of two platesthoofsame time still great at I? 0m clinging to rocks, others to at the other end of the wire told him that lump to the glass Is er danger courted. Jones was there. mL These plate-glasmattresses cost "That you, Jones?" queried Bllson. L ,fWho do you want?" asked Jones. according to size, from fCO to $75 Snakes Fond of Mustc. The mere' remaking of such a matv "I've beeln In bed these two hours." Science has recently been studying "I'm Bllson," went on the other. tress may cost from $20 to $25. Har the' question as to whether or not "Remember seeing me running this per's Weekly. snakea have an appreciation of music. morning, eh? Yes? Well, I was going This applies particularly to the cobra, somewhere, and I was In Bird Tribunals. a harry. which responds to the piping of a Ilavens, starlings, and crows are be Good night" tCOitrd Instrument played by the East Then Bllson hung up tbe receiver lieved to bold courts of Justice to mete India fakir with a rhythmic movement out punishment to offenders. Some .uggeitlng a dance. The conclusion and got back Into bed a happy man. times they assemble In great numbers to be that it answers to the trttnr as It they would give great dlgnlt) notes much In the same way tMMtwl to the occasion. The trial sometime? Neroll. 4at 4ef doea that Is to say, through Essence of neroll la obtained from a apparently endures for many days Affa4al or nervous sympathy. When species of orange tree grown In Prov- Some birds sit at the conclave wltt ffct wMatlei blow at noon In the Bronx lowered beads, some merely cock theli Hm wolves set up a great howl-,tfa- f ence. The trees are grown for their 0M concert. Whether or not they flowers, but are cultivated as are fruit heads on the branches and look grave la trees. The flowers are picked by hand while others are most larruloua and tats sort or music is disputed probably they do, for some every two days, In April and May. for iflll the air with their complaints. Naturalists studying these Strang perfume essence. FullMdeubtedly take pleasure In har-trains and will run a block blown flowers are gathered either In 'Droceedlnra haveofseen an annarsntli birds om number (ta.alt In front of a band organ and linen sheets or in palls. The 20 selected of their number tall uponcloai at the pounds' weight of flowers gathered by or more dogs unquestion"ting, while other and put them ably auffer from certain kinds of a good workman In one day'a work Is of the "trial"they dispersed to death in orderlj asak, and express their pain In lug aent to the distillery In bags. About after which went back quietly to theli ' 1,000 pounds of flowers produce two fashion and ferJoua bowls. nests. Harper's Weekly, pounds of eosence. Tbe 1,300 or more producers of Asked and Answered. Blood Temperature of Athletes. harneroll, working In A languid awell was visiting a vest over 3,000,000 pounds of orange There have been made at the Lon karaolng young society lady, and as flowers annually. Harper's Weekly, don College hospital some curious gb fire servatlons on the blood temneratur thtf sat on either aside-o- thedesire his burning 'to waa full of of athletes. The normal blood tem ' Keeping Fruit Fresh. compliment-0tf- t Mi7 something; not only It is a common practice of fruit perature of man Is about 9S.11 de but brilliantly flattering. grees Fahrenheit. A young man, aftei revolving the matter In merchants in China to keep perishable a run of 200 yards, showed a tem 0, after "Ah, Mlsa Llllle, fruits In fresh condition by the use of perature JOiwDd, be aald: of 100.76 degrees; another i s so like mo?" large and very thick earthen Jars. A temperature of 100.94 degrees; a third sbr are those quantity of broken Ice la put in the g meant her to guess, or fc7 to bottom of each jar and .upon this is a temperature of 102.2 degrees after t In her Ml her: "Because they glowed at her placed a woven wicker basket In run of half a mile. A mile run pro jtrvtoe," or were "prostrate which the fruit is kept The Jar is duced an Internal temperature of 102.1 feet" or something of that kind. de- closejd with a wooden cover, which degrees with one athlete and 103.6 de solemnly Miss Lillle, looking often has a atrip of felt around to 'grees with another. After a three mure, eald buo didn't know, unless It make the insulation as completeit as mile run one young man had a tem Was because they bad two thin legs possible. Dr. Myer says It is wonder- perature of 105 degrees, but this runVnd a brass hoad. He was groping she ful, bow well this simple contrivance ner's normal blood temperature wai ,.ji., - h front door before serves 1U purpoga-AxaerlWine 101 degrees, although be was in per fad recovered from the shock of her Freat, feet health.. Harpor't Woekly, this worm that had hcen Vaugtat by this early bird hnd a wlfo Jnd ten children. When tho worm 'Heft homo that morning his ten children wero just getting up and his wlfo breakfast. vii preparingthis worm had gone out Me doubt Horning walk to work up an r hsW-Js- I aiafKHa fw breakfast, but such aro tka waecrtalnUea of life ho never The family of worms waited vtintll about eight o'clock, and then, highly alarmed, started out to look for lPapa Worm. At thla time the bird that was a lazy sort of bird was Just getting out to look for a bite of something to eat He saw the family of worms tond bad a fine breakfast. Moral: It's not always the bird that ..sgets into the proverb that gets the .teost worms. Llpplncott's. trtow, lot It WILL FIND MONEY A BURDEN Vincent Aster's Immense Fortune Little Likely to Bring Out the Best Qualities In Him. ' Tho papers say that Vincent Astor re-tur-4. on his birthday camo Into about seventy millions. A snowball Is a good thing If you want one, but ajn avalanche Is Inconvenient It sweeps ono off his feet and Is liable to leave falm out of sight or with his feet sticking out of a bard snow bank. A dollar Is a good thing, but an avalanche of dollars Is something to get from under. The Important thing to a young roan Is the development of his manhood. An avalanche of dollars Is not good for that It is likely to crush him out of shape. A mature and seasoned man like Mr. Carnegie or Mr. Rocke l, It is believed' that the hatpin dlffi culty has been solved by a little machine that is about to be Introduced in the London shops, writes a correspondent of the New York Times. The machines, which aro 10 inches It length, cut off tho superfluous portions of the pins. In future hatpins win be, as It were, cut to measure. Whenever a woman buys a new hal she. will be supplied with hatpins it fit made while she waits. Woman hat long been blamed as callous and careless because, on the top of an omnl bus or In the stalls of a theater at a matinee she suddenly swings round. Just missing tho man at tbe bad with her set of millinery bayonets But she could not help It. Hatplrii were made only In two or three sizes six Inches or nine inches, as the cast might be, and it invariably happened that the particular mounting at the head which took her fancy was onlj available in a largely protrudln; length. Now this is to bo altered. The shop per buys her bat and the saleswoman with the aid of her guillotine, cllpi the hatpin to the exact size. Witt Jiujt a twirl a new point Is turned it tho place of tho one beheaded; an other twirl and the pin is polished ready for use, protruding only th fraction of an inch. ( ?nT1an:,,y Jay In Aumit 'Am.1 ay In November. fift 3 ffiSfij Ohio County j tion. PENSION AFFIDAVITS SPECIALTY. Horseshoeing a. Specialty. Hartford, - Ky. 1fler aftcr 3rd Mon-la- y 2nd Mo"" HAItTFOItD POLICE COURT. KILL the COUCH AND CUy Attorne7--' jUdJfe:t,John SSS,"-- . P.' Moon,; . , Wilson. o,dSMSy-ii CURE the LUNC8 WITH Frid Dr. King's f OLDS mtLm School S. F. rTru.tr ,? M Barnc'trc.m.r- Secretary; Tlnsliv ?!r Lowe!y' " Penileon and w. 11. RELiaiOUS SERVICES. '&&&& ft t 7 B- - New Discovery FflR " OQUCH8 PRIPR Tf l & tm Botte Fret AND ALL THROAT AND LUNQ TROUBLES. JU4 SPECIAL OFFER:Willi A trill aM aka you oar Mtmwent caitomer. WUAHAJir&UP SEEDS0 wctaws teas socchs i Hav.BMUr. Church Suth-Servl- ces monrlne and evening every first and ftyJn eSch month- - Sunday SchSl Sunt ".J"- - Yrayer meeting Jolneyr. Wednea-nT.?'.,- ?' .X, niSd.ay envenfn,?yer QUABANTEE0 SATISFAOTOBYf OB MONET BEFTJNDED. Write i m a?aaw1iva1,ubu?sf, IV ridtABE. to4y; m rTtoCiitiM rMsr.';" oj: :" " arf - ""'V oen-ice- "" " '"' fourth every ..... " XX Mention this Paper. MVWMAAMMAAMVWMSMMMWWI SEND 10 CENTS - imaior. e8ShPn,,h.U.rcifrS,ervice Sunday ScoolS-i- i J ana Sunday In p' m" tiyn - i toll U ,11. Mttt, I, - M.it. j - TL "Jrilf tateBwt tJ W0O"ttScSi)Viiii wil Stjttfk, TeWilli M.K VI ST9 T Hut art. J SECRET SOCIETIES. Hartford Liuii.. xr m ., . meets first anu third Monday night In Electrkii Bitters! oucccca woea everytniag else taira. In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supremje remedy, as thousands have testified. V Ts,isri'fi?i everv fhl No. c.. ....'. A,,j .e.ystone CnPter R.:..A. M. . jjj Hartfnrrl KOUaTh vw rLr.tA. w,.Mt.Cs ?uu NEW NOT THE SEWMC MACHINE OF QUALITY. &$JS3? of K. s. Hartfnrd & RlVr Trliro .""on.lift KT xt?' 0,, ,j uun juonaay T- it FOR KIDNEYJ.IVERAND STOMACH TROUBLK k the best medicine ever wid over a dniggist'a counter. - I . . . . an 't,,lrd Thursday r!l"htVVierrynm E&iLo UiG1I'CfPie. Commander; L. p. oreman. Record Keeper. Sunshlnn HIva Mn AH T Tnt fj ' ' "uy oo V?w"-Sf-i t A '"aw-K- - "', - .. am.. g Very Serious It is a very serious matter to ask lor one medicine and have. tUe wrong one given you. For this reason we urge you in buying to be careful to get the genuine ftoTkper!"- LUU "on,.n-S- K s Tit-Bit- s. "xJ.1, lill?y Secretary. u. ua, imp. urder Rd OTHER day'nhfhtfl18eCOnd, and fourlh Wedne.. BUck-DraugH- T NAME. month. Kills Fos- E- !er;!nrcl";m- Chief of Medicine Hartford Camp, W. WARRANTED-FO-R No. 20 ALL TIME. meets every second nnd O. W. Saturdu? fourth The reputation of this old, reUsv- - asM "Zg y If you purchase tho NEW IIOMB you will Sir tThom?M1'I.",S?,.!i!- - Con"UI tromtna u Die roeaicine, tor constipation, Clrk, W. C. hnvo a life asset nt ihn nrlrA vmi nn v. nnd wilt Wallace? digestion and liver trouble, is fl PrAlfnn D..A .T. not have an endless chain of repairs. ly established. It does not imits tefoVo raSiSFH"."..! m.e.et.'-n- e3 other medicines. It is better ths d ' I" ii l Quality Mills. Commander; J. montn. M. Rogers, others, or it would not be the fa-- 1 m vorite Uver powder, with a largi Considered UwirtiJ-ViWoodmen of the ?2e' ale than all others combined. tluliu and m.t3 ever In secondmonth afternoon SOU) TJf TOWN it is the F2i ftasl eadi Mb i ANY -- UNDER SOLD HOME selC,n:,e ea.h ioSiu wr c 'WlhTV hFf.kP-Jb?-P- ' Pv meets i."J,, '2 'e. liver fnl-tn- 1 ssE5?W": fwy """ zi'.x'm ami ! 4lmW m Ash-for- Cheapest in the end to buy. our latest cataloguo Tf vnn xrnnt niutwlnir mnrhln. wrlta tase before you purchase. The New Home Sewing Machine Co, Orange, Mass, high-price- d 3Q.00 TO flOO.00 A MONTH For Vour spare time Experience not needA. & ef jb. i ed. Want an active man in this locality. To Introduce ua to your friends. We pay f National Officers: larseit Vaah beneflta when sick. Injured, President-- M. and at death, for smallest cost. Free-IP. Sharp, Narrows, Ky. Vice President J. u. Woods. aurance and offer to first apD plicant frtm this place. Write quick for dlanaponi: """ Ini " particular Biate uiiicers: Covlntfton, Ky. H. M. Kroman, Carroll county. Pres. THE Henderson county Vice P Id"' PrreU' n. Cnsh-Bon- Sunslilne Hive No. 43, U. O. T. M.. neta every tint and tJiuid' Friday nlgli In each month. Jilra. Atjtye Grlffla, La.dy Commander; Mrs. It. E. Mlscllk-! lady Record Keciper, Rough River Lodge No. 110, KrUghts of RyAlUas, meets every Tuosday nteht. B. L. Tayitor, C. C. J. Ney Faster K. of R. ft S. ft 8 H MSCALLS J: V ivcauwg ncv,ui Magazine and Using McCall Patteit McCtU's Hsssilas Cil-- l. oiyic my i-.- Ladies! sve Mofiy iKetp It s MACJIH: kocpliiK )bii posted on U I li t, fashions In t Unlet Slid bat. (O belli Tott drc i I.Mr ot a iiKxIctno Hi a. y ,? e '" "' " hcvr l'nshloii Desires lit each Iimio. Mo utiinblo lurorinsliii i ' u sll homo sud trt T I AM PREPARED Are-tong- Tedo any kind of Veterinary Wrk. Horses, mules and cowa need not die for want of Calls answered attention. ' day Wl H t night Henry county, and Lat- raves, Allen county, Assistant state organizers. Board of Directors. Ben Watson, War- ty; A. II. Brooks, Brackon county; It. Ii. 1. Ray, Hardin couiity, and J. P. Doss, l II I. lunik.. . ...i...... Ohio County Officers; 8. L. Stevens, Pres., Beaver Pam.Ky. Henry Plrtle. Sec. Hartford, Ky, D. Pord, Treas., Hartford, Ky. tl.x Q ... If.lann """. a T,r nnlirtnn ' """" " .... ot,ue " fi. Ft. V Organlief. fi TfAamaw YIm..An -- C. C. Allen. "l" ri oev.- - I .is a year. Including-a free pattern, t rilo tudur ur ML J fur freo saniplo copr. IST" MtC.ll Pttitrsi will cnilloj-oi- t to make In your own buino, nlitU'iu'roHii liuudx cliitbiut;l r jrourrelf and IMikli mil heporfirt lu sirloondnt. I'm inpiHililishvr tbiU IS couis Seul fur frvu ralteru Catulusua. (, W WSI Ci Yoo Fib Pr.ncU for rctlllijl tjnui maunis. iff vvij , 1- - if rrqiulum Cutalosua and TUE CakU 1'ruo COcr. UcCUl CDXrAKY. 239 lo 249 Wot 37is Sl. hEW YDIt i BOOi HaSmllll IVMEWLUC Itfl PrSMlilitnt hll TMAfs(iuliu lii u.u.rllil and bDstlDff LukissMJ. IfLiUl 3S WILBHH Tount Er"Jllwpn-0 f- caa eterinary Surgeon ' HlcrtU ip, RIIUBY . WD IOl'7 Yj:k Srv? COUNTT BOARD OP EDUCATION. Henry Leach, Chairman, Hartford, Ky. 1. L. B. Tiehenor. Hartford. It. 1 D. No. 6. i. E. C. Hartford, iteynoius. Ky. S. M. S. Patterson, Olatorr, Ky. 4. B, L. Alford. White Run, Ky. 5. Rlcbard 1'luiner, Taylor MJnes.Ky, TELEGRAPH ainBu.rnagrau i lYfEWKl 1 lNia,g VAAtsi awtnrsitln also for Mcre. TKntrr voW.1 li"--"L- ... T 'fWii. . -- y . ' . -- . . t J . C3i- ..-- "' Tr tWtfz T a ." l I -- ,rt.E ",i TVW ',,. V WHAT THE YOUNG EARTH'S BETTER DAY IS Children Cry for Fletcher's BOYS ARE DOING! Rapid Strides Made by Kentucky DRENG NEAR Pastor Russell Gospel Corn Glut) Workers, TIio In on Fruit of the Louisville, Kind You IIuvo Always Bonght.nnd wlilcli lins licon in uso for over J)0 years, lias liornotho plgnuttiro of and lias been made, under Ids jcr- sinco (lr jZf&f-f-J- UcU4 honnl supervisiondeceive Us Infancy. vtf?yt you In this. Allow no one to AH Counterfeits, Imitations and " " nro but lMK'rliticnts tlmt tt'iflu with and emliiaer the liccllh of Infants and Children Kxperlciico against ExncrUucut srf BETTER THAN THEIR FATHERS? The Passing of the Year Suggests the Closing of the Prssent Age Tho Dawning of New Year Reminds Us of New Epoch Which God Has PromisedDawning of New Era Is Manifest to All, but Understood by Few. Louisville, Ky Dec. J!). 1 it s t o r Russell delivered two addresses here Hill Is tha.rco)03 why women have "nervej." When thoufthts bejjin to tfnef cfoudy end uncertain, iapulios li4 and thn wnrn(nn of pain and distress are tsnt V.ko (l,iai mesiiCc thrcu.'liout Units end Iratnc, litrnishtwnv, nine times In ten, at vonunwul Uy thu ciuta of tao truk's to soue uii'ect at tU point whero the fir I It it. Is It a headache, a backache, a scnsitiolt of Irritability or twitching and uncontrollable nervousness, something must bo wrong with tho head or back, woman naturally cays, but ail tho tirso the Mil trlnbla very oflcn ccntcn In th womanly onfar.s. In nine cases out of ten the seat of the difficulty fs here, and a? woman should take rational treatment for its cure. The local disorder and inflame nation of tho delicate special organs ol tho sex should bo treated steadily andf )s(cmalicully. Dr. Pierce, darinj a loni! period ol practice, found that n prescription macV from mcdicind ctra;tjt-- l native roots.wilhout the use of alcohol, relieved over 99 per cent, of such casea. After usini this remedy for many years in his private prae ticc he put it up In form of Dr. Pisrce's Favorite Prescription, that would make ji easily procurable, end it can be had at any stow where medicines are handled. Ltr..v li. H.vwiavs, of Zens, Va., wri'.r-s- : " I had b,vn falling In healtb z Ol "if ir.lCV,'..i r. it 1., .i.v iniisnlm ,1 ilnl . ..11 In nltf-ntrouW. nii'l I vis ucttlm: v-r- bad bu. thjnk to IXtftc wis 1 IcrtT s m aii'tns, I tun v. II and swonir mnln. I too!; only thn-boltltv of m 17c 1 1 .f. 1, .",,. 'ajIols.' I bavo nothing but piaUo :or i. wonderful medicines." mo vo Irrnalp weakness i n-- - Jtmt-as-Ko- od Is Imrmlrss snhstituto for Castor OH, Pnrc-i;ori- e. Drops and Soothing Sjrnps. It Is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphlno nor otlier Xiirontto Mihstaaee. Its ago Is Its guarantee. It destroys SVorm.1 and allays Fevciishness. For more than thirty years it lias hecn lu constant uso for tho relief of Constipation., rialulrney, IVliiil Colic, nil Teething Troubles and Diari'luea. It regulates tho Stomach and Bowels, assimilates tho Food, giving healthy and natural sleep. Tho Children's Pnnaeca Tho Mother's Friend. What is CASTOR I A Cnstorfa u Increaaed Yields as Shown In the Ex hibition at Louifvllle Demonstrate the Mannar In Which Youngor Generation Is Advancing. During tilt-- months of November nml Dcct'tnltcr the county pii)or all over tliu stntu wen full of kIowIiik nccounts of the Hoys' Corn shows, l'rolmbly liotliliis that the boys have tlone In ycitrs hns crented hiipIi n wlilcspreiKl Interest n the.se witne clubs. The InrKe eltles of th" Mbile huil not been nffect-ei- l by this enthusiasm until the Kentucky Hoy' Corn club held Its exhibit :tt tho armory In I.oul.svlllo In connection with the Chillis' Welfare exhibit.' Nov. J1 to :vi. One hundred boys from the various counties that had corn clubs this season sent ten ears each for the city people to see what was being done. Not only the public, but the great dally newspapers grew very much Interested. A number of editorials appeared durltu: the (en days of the exhibit, and almost dally a picture of some successful corn grower appeared. This display contained live varieties of corn. As the visitors to the exhibit nsked qiiestlnus or read carefully tho labels that were pinned beneath each display of com they begun to exclaim: "There must be some mistake In this. We never raised that much corn on the farm when 1 was a boy," or. "Why, those yields are twice or three times the amount of a first class crop of corn in that ticclc of the woods!" Hankers and grain men looked at the statement of yields, scratched their hends and began to, figure on what such crops would o for tho tlnances of the state. Mothers and educators smiled and wondered how much mischief had failed to materialize because the boys were out in the sunshine cultivating and thinking of the crops they were growing. Mr. r'r'PV". TAKE DR. PinrtC3'S PLEA" ANT PFTXPT3 "-7- iLLS GENUINE )I X&j&u le Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over THt CCNTAUH COMPANY, yBears CASTOR I A ALWAYS the Signature of TT MUMiar STHKT. MW YORK CITY. 30 Years today. Weieportono from the text: "He that sat upon the Throne said. Heboid, I make all jtfH things new." ReveaaaaaK lation, xxl, r. I'nstor Russell declared that the passIPASTOK. RUSSELL1 ing of the year II- nistrnted the passing of the Ages. Labor with sweat of face had culminated lu harvests. Uriim-blcthorns mid thistles had been gathered mid burned. These burnings are little Oehenna llres. or tires of destruction, by which all things Injurious will be destroyed. In business, the closing year is marked by taking stock, reckoning prollt and loss, declaring dividends, advancing faithful servants nntl discharging the unsatisfactory. The I'nstdr likened theso matters to the clo'slng of one Age and the opening of another. It is his opinion that wo live In the lapping of the Gospel Ago and the Millennium. He believes that piodern Inventions are foregleams of Messiah's Kingdom. s, JAMES & CO., First Class Liverymaii Centertown, Kentucky. Prompt Attention and Good Service. TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, L OUR CLUBBING RATES. The The The The The The POSITIONS GUARANTEED will GUARANTEE you a position lr you ua real soon. We need many more at onco to supply tlie enormous demand for our graduates. As soon as we got the required number or etudonts this otter will be withdrawn. 80 write at once for particulars. WG f jK nJv? 3HKltW av2 BUSINESS COLLEGE litcoaroaarao ) f W. NCIIIVARTZ miHOIfAI. KitTAnuxiiitn io T.ouravir.r.r. KV. 'SVV&EEDS iVroY ; Jucreaslul Mrd growing behind Ultra, uiatu tne iwsi. Seasonable Specialties: Earliest Red Valentine . . .. Kefupee llxtra Eatly New fctrinclcas Green Toil . Imp. Kidney Wax Divis New White Wux . . Cunie's Kuit Proof Wax . Buckbtfa "Full ol Life" K'oithein C! ftWHJ Inve a nmtw.iau o reared ltpa)S U BUANS J 70 Ituahcl U 50 Bushel J4.7J Hmhel Jj.15 hmliel JtjoSuihel ijmjjra Trade Mafiks C0PYR10.HTS Ac. Anvnne sending a aketrh and deacrlptlnn may nuirklr nrertaln our opinion free whether an Invention Is prohnbly patentable, Conimunlrn. timisstrlctlrrniilldetitlal. HANDBOOK ont'atenu sent freo. Oldest aireiicy foraeeurlngpteiita. rnlettts taken tbrouah &tuun & Co. receive rjvrl it nalUt, without cbarao. In the OVER 85 YEARS' EXPERIENCE Designs Kxtra Early Alaala. . . . $j.jo liuihet New Early Grailua . $5 50 Hushel .y Ituthcl llonfonl'i Market Garden . Lightning Kipress j 00 Bushel liuckbce'i and a full line of Lettuce. Radish, Tomato Seeds, 1'lants and Bulbs nt lowest growing prices. bind lor complete catalogue or sunmu a usi of your requirements ana win quote price. Write today. MCS PEAS ft jo Bushel ... Scientific American. hnndiomelj Uluntrnrftd weeklf. Iirrest cir nrlpntltle rulatloii.-' nf mr ....-,- i totirnal.1 Tortus. 93 a . . lew , TournioTHin.fi. aojaojaUi rewsaAiT. A Mention this paper. H. W. BUCKBEE Iteckbcc St., iKkford Serf )36IB,o,d..r.HpWYnr( First. Rixlfor.Dl Ilraneta Olllce. CS V 8U Washington. I). C separation must take place, and the effect will be n general time of trouble. The Hnrvest of the Jewish Age picIt did seem n great pity that more of the boys who had entered their corn tured the closing of this Gospel Age. There "wheat" was separated from "chaff." lu the Harvest of this Age. "wheat" will be separated from "tarts." The wheat of the Jewish Age. 01 "Israelites Indeed." were gathered to tho garner of Divine favor, by the begetting of the Holy Spirit. The wheat of this Gospel Age will be gathered Into thejleavenly garner by the Klrsi Resurrection. The chaff of the Jewish Age was burned ns respects hopes and prospects. Similarly, all tares, or Imi tatlon Christians, will be destroyed in . H !' 'r aPIaaaBH' v t the sense of having their hopes and prospects as the Elect wiped out. The Pastor wild that Messiah will "bBbL Ik.' S3U6HkwK rAA-?"' aPeaPVB BtaaPaH ft jt ?t3l make all things new by ushering in the New Dispensation and enforcing right Srf eousness by Divine Power. For a lonp I.BHbW1 i" s'' aPJaflP R.dlHBaPaPmi V'O' ". V & BBl aPBBM ffiVeiHaBaaVaPaVl TiA ' V'time Bible students were confused or BaPalu Haa VT JaaaBBBBBBBBV J '&& this subject They thought that God 'BaPeaVaB VaTaaKaBlaalaaMaaVaVaVaHlW not content .with seeing suffering aud distress in the present life, had pre pared an eternity of torture at tin EIJjiBPBBBBBBBBBBli hands of fireproof demons for all thi CMBVBbbbbbbbb The Day of Reckoning. God is bringing Christendom to a great day of reckoning. The Gospel of the Kingdom was preached for the purpose of gathering au Elect people to be the Bride of Christ and bear His name. (Acts xv. Hi. Incidentally, a great mass of professors have associated themselves with the saints of God. but have never been begotten of the Holv Spirit. In the end of the Age. a Republican Republican Reptblican Republican Republican The Republican JtEPUBLtCAw and Louisville Herald and Courier-Journal Globe-Democrat fl.35 1.50 and St. Louis 1.75 '.. 1.60 and Home and Farm and Inquirer 1.75 3.60 and Louisville Daily Herald Twice-a-WeekOwensb- ana JJaiiy Twice-a-Wee- k u wens doto inquirer 3.50 r O'boro Messenger 1.75" The Republican and 1.75 The Republican and, Kentucky Farmer The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. 1.30 1.50" The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer The Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.50 Address all orders to " THE REPUBLICAN. 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UL'AUAMTKEBTSPLEAIiR Mention thin Papr i MfcrN.L 3S UtSIN T lMTCtfWa)UlpMklsCt.4 KOllT M T.l.ftbU MtlaWtUa at .. ..L.t....i a .... . tia. iMHiiein, 1,1. a jaajiDe z LI.TIIi,.iUii sawiiwnui, f I Writ y a,aaeiwiaaa,af-eTMtewjewa- ' I IVMUUnU I jtUKUMNHMt, lUllilUtriUl, M,IIH aa htiwi- irauaVs AMaS a HW ua fMa) ! Into It 8(1 ttun stun, Im"UiU WASIMNQTON, D. O. ar $) I lUJllnTMe ktHIw nMlhUtiUHallWaiairllfi Bertl! 1101 UTTffVIITV lv IvH. W, J titMa) DAnmuBormllaB of k cKtlatMaf. aasie ion, win ymase a.wwa wa IDIflMIM, 1 ayvitinnava t KCWW Booxrou). ui. Mlnllc Invaal be 0i conn is kino. In the exhibit could not have seen the admiring crowds that stopped, talked and exclaimed over the splendid work they had done. It is a work that, is destined to revolutionize our boys and perhaps at the same time revolutionize their fathers and elder brothers. One fond father whose son had a yield of 103 bushels to tho acre remarked: "I've got two little chaps io the Corn club in my home county. They're small, but they're nil right One Is ten and the other twelve. The older boy was In the club last year and raised clgbty-flvbushels. This year he's got 103, and we are planulu' to get 150 bushels next year. Yes; we're goln' to use a lot of fertilizers an' do things right, because I Just watit to see how much they can talse on one acre. 1 want to see It vorse than the boys do." The man paused for a moment before be continued: "You know, they call It the Doyn' Corn club. Why, I've learned more ubout corn In the past two years thau both of my boys put t together. I tell, I'm golni to do, 1 am goln' to plant Just half as much land as usual in corn next s p ring, an' I'm goin' to try to raise just the same number of bushels. Then I'll bavo the rest of the land for cowpeas." During the exhibit a number of reports came In concerning the great size of somo of tho crops this season. It Is very probable that a great num. bcr will exceed the 100 bushel mark, which was not reached last season. o you-wha- POSITIONS' FIVE THOUSAND ROYS JOINED TUB BOYS' COUN CI.UBS THIS YEAR. .oVM PLENTIFUL ffiusmcssfanhtstensn 4&sAs-&cj?r!ans- fSeUJYi itj (H&P' -- . BOARD') m w m POOR THOUSAND OREW AN ACRE OF CORN UNDER GOVERN. MENT INSTRUCTION. THE BOYS KNOW A ,G00D THINd WHEN THEY FIND IT. V&i 248& .vreea jy --m -- w '&mcwwv?2i THE AVERAGE YIELD OF C)RN IN KENTUCKY IS TWENTY-NINAN BUSHELS PER ACRE. iV FIVE BUSHELS PER ACRE WOULD MEAN 112.000,000 AT 0 CENTS PER BUSHEL. E Now. the eyes of jour understanding are opening to see God's Love. Now we see that Satan, "the prince of this world." "the god of this world." i blinding all except God's Elect blind iug them in respect to God's real char neter aud purposes. (II Corinthians Iv. 1.1 He bus taken advantage of human weakness, and appearing "as an angel of light." has deceived us, sometimes using ministers of Christ and college presidents as his unwitting tools. Satan has Interwoven with our theo ogy what St Paul styles "doctrines ol demons." il Timothy ly. 1.) Manj serve him ignorantly, "not knowing the Scriptures, nor the Power of God." Jesus declares that He will bind Satan, "that he may deceive the people no more until the thousand years" of the Kingdom be "finished." "I Make All Things New." The first" thing that Messiah will mako new will be the "Heavens" the Church In glory The next thing made pow will be the "earth" society recon structed along the lines of righteousness, Evidently tho Lord does not meau that there will be a new Heavens of Divine abode, or u new physical earth. St. Peter declares that the present "earth" will bo consumed by "Bro. ill Peter III, 10,1 The heat of angry passions, already engendered between tho elements of society, will before long break forth in "tire," to destroy the present order of things. This strife will extend to the ecclesiastical structure, so that the present "heavens, being on fire." shall pass away. Then the Prince of Glory will establish "the Now Heavens and Earth" the new social order based on Justico and Love. Let us remember, however, that all professing the uame of Christ now stand before His Judgment seat, to give account of our conduct as professed members of tho Church of the Flrst-boru, Some with Joy will ueur. "Well doue. good and faithful servant! Etiter thou Into tho Joys of thy Lord." Others will hear the Master's voice saying. Depart from Me. I 'cannot recognize you. In My uame yo prophesied (preached), cast out devils and did marvelous works. BuP.ve were servants of Satan and accomplished Iniquitous work, even though yeJ culled It Mine. Luke vl. 40; xlll. Matt. vll. J1-'JS5-2- 8 INoteheads Envelopes Statements Cards And other printed forms are given t : M Special Attenton In The Republican t Job Department. My Doctor Said " I was in a very low state of health, and was not able to be up and tend to my duties. I did try Cardui, and soon began to feel better. I got able to be up and help do my housework. I continued to take the medicine, and now I am able to do y housework md to care for my children, and I fact as though I could nvrtr praise Cardui enough for the benefits I have received." "Try Cardial," writes Mk. Z. V. Spell, of Hayne, N. C V. n "11 ' M .?: Cardui WomajfcTonic Cardui is successful, because it It wM specially for and acts specifically oa ft lr onstitutlon. u dees one thing, and 4mm k wM. That explains fep past ou years, tK areat suscess which It kM vemen oacK to wwk toine thousands kwdkvMad happiness. aw, a woman, fed flrtd, dull and are nervous, 1 a tonic. Why not cross aiw. jfrMgbfe, it's IwtMM lis, ttreogSs, restores, and acts try Cartfl? Cafa in every way m special, tooUBRMiy for women. Test It for yourselt Your iNsfpsWRls Cardui. Ask' him. v h ; .1. wow v: k y yf utf :i :3k,- - v aV ' il.t.- '- V V. iwj)itr r.feRS5 I "l ", '. -fcdir ' f'lv YEAR OF DEATH ftV Sinking Amundfon On Uinls'i explor-- r. In the f'4U of sclniqj Brit pii)res was lYiftil., cpiclally In f vs"al Ti') to ths (iuot NV nVv!e',tJr(tit of Ois iir iln tho mtiV!e Httr field, irvi awtVr.11 U ri: .Vlss's. noBkt.f'Jr lufltuv-of tho CanpU l i Mijwlnin by At;n5itsh of for In AjiifhM bVtr, h lias yoam. He U, to all .even". n tl p.i?osrs an AmeiiVnii, owl tfw wjrk .he did f.r w'j'.t-I- i ie w'?fl Riven Vvi Nob-- 1 awa,:a. In an AnteeVtin lintiUito wis Overthrow of Monarchy In China .lU.-'eby an AnwrloMi p'lllinVtniplst. Ti!ceprie .Vjnerlm olalitw t'e lioior Is Seen and New NalM2 ,lls wlUw?l fie pas-l- n Tlie ' of Jinny prominent nvfl. Aironir tho tions Form. tin AniM'loara who il?l 'Hrlt ltobley i: year, wtw 15ur Ailmlnvl Wi)'law 16ld. run i:ians, aiiI a insT,oiiY-M.vKiNrvnxM niitlaiil Imllvliluil prlnio Th? Y1JAU 1m-- '. w, at .toist In AiiiKvi, iwa Wnr between Turkey nnd tUe Dalknn ot tV FISH THAT FELL UPWARD The Press and the People. The Kentucky Ppwm .ANiqeVtVMi IN JURAND SEA lni, Titanic Greatest Marine Tragedy. ir. li'rvJ d y.r or ut -- snip,'. KlnklnR Uii qt ILIte "TIt,iatU-,- " when l.ii tlve Xqw Y'irk s.unblcir, by au4'nitton of in ltu?ntlml, h, nvinlc ,lni?jlilsat5)iit nfltVcii wrvUed tho of itft alllanc- - ltweei ravoltlns Vi Tulles ond Mte un. leirn orVl. d tV fT"t Anofior cffnt iv'ile'i t'w ifiittinlly of i,5 NlUIon wis t. Asm pm-nto tvssv'alnate Tt'ualn'ie The wivsslnaHon of .Herman Rawi-tha- i, York gambler, at live 'in- a;t Mllnaukce, by Jo'm SoLirank. n New a Nliw stigation of Police L'.au'jcnant Oluttes York crank, who Is now In an ln(a,u aslrpi. In Vie matti r 't lUHtlon. A. IVjekor. d during the yer. nin'mps' Vie most lnnpit!ajit fsatuux ThMy alnm;n wir tjie eto of t!v? nrv bring tho gtrwul iptal up to 217. tariff ,lUle, oieLitlrij. ,tf nqjl. Winning tlrat jiface at the Olympic co.tflin oaI Iron, and tlw frnnrs' frae tram: games by the Winning f sevunteien ,waild',s qlvunpton list, ,by Plrcsldput 'lUCt, tind itle deft'1 psrwpnvnt. In Ginniia of tlie ships by Amailcan athle-tppS.?i?ral Important opinions ,wc(i: hanJ-e- d United Stat:s Supreme Court decisis donn by 'Uie United Watps frlmivm-Cur- t, RieiHc mqrsior ana tlw in the Un'o-boms t!:e chief of AV-sAn3"!iapite dal Tiu,t cast. UnVm l.'lfi toucMns the notable Now York, history was wt.l'.iteii lm (Llie jour of 1111 mrsw. The action taksn .by dn tbp rultnl In the di?si)lTjns enonts of .vast importance anil of Intercast .followvl cadi oilier in tbe rsallnoiid combination iwlVrfi bal ba?u quick march ot thp pat twlto mon,Uis. effqatjU by tfv3 late Jl. ,11. iHarrlman. dou'j:- i'il'h Count dsplsiopi Another Supirtn-The mi;t sten'ticant of wis In relation Itysa, w,as .the rvvfiU of tfiCjDalkan states c, i used jnuch ununent iWJUle asiiVio: the TurkWi UnlWc. wiWqh P'Jt to My: Atlraclte Coal Tmust. a (PKir'.od to the SuVUji's wnclerrt su- - the opinion or ,th,e cornr punp0irt('d fp b e to tine trunt, nwny qomnvinvt-tor- s In Kasteirn Kuiope. ,Tne sudden ad.l-rsoomptU- -I lutlil t'i.a(t It will npjt qnju(re f! ooil Tlie ml .the minor Sta'es Wihlcli tfic Balkan alV.ee, Is onie bt the marveH Int'irrftts !in the ea.it. Tii yitjix 1912 still faunfl our nvslsi'ib )r of the ag. No lA1 inlnaoulous W33 the and decisive way In Whlcih tbey on Ui2 South, Jlcvcyj, m;atleps find switt by lnYwna.1 dlaseinillqn.". Siivw swept .tu .Turks aeroas the plains of reOlUVan,--- y uir!i.lni;s cuUvst thp fioratd tlnin Oia,ek to tb Thrace and alnlnlst.ra,tian l mi tnal(?. Oi.-o-r tnnk.4 of tke DaindwwlWts Pr-t'.rl- o jt'n en, led 'U.V a u'alliw pf iTJie fortun,-- s of tols war cau-e- il the . TUe t map ot iXIqxl:o. Dliz, former whole wnrld Vj wanl-,rl to deY,j Ini'o a fpnntdabl. of, Europe was ohinsl from day itp day Bu' to t,K.- - Mudoro ir?lniie. ,lvus this war bnoma'il Into i:sp,2Clally power, tjiie plates of Sema Diaz was raptured within a fqw daji'. alsnjflcnat tajuii?r with o:!i?r Ixtlirs. ami rul?3,rla, and sl?n Ihetn an fonum. In tlte iok-AVUen jou want a reliable niKvlVelni? of JCuror-- . for a ccufih or cold take V3!vviiib:rlaln'f The mqit gre pus assurance of the C0113I1 Il?nirly. It can alwivs be d really ,to Amdrlca, ras the ysar, Pi3nd?d .upon and Is plaiint and sat sinking o,t Xlio "TltanUc" on April to 1fi.ke. Fpr sale by nil Iwb of this, greatest of all (ce.an 1,500 people, wii "i'-hain luwrs, with Left Them to Think It Over. the giijatiwt marine ,tnV3?dy Of all tlm. The scene, was the club room; the hour advanced. Serious, gloom. It wpa not only t'.3 mulUtude of t mad' w oatptrqpl fo qver- - cheerful, elated were the earnest whelmlngly ftad, bat tihe ehlairacteir and faces of tho talkers by turn as tho arguments for and against came Importance of many oif Uios3 Wihio ami thick and fast. 3,519. tho appalllns Xljur toelns And the subject under debate tJio middle qt tlie nlglit, while the "Do Fish Sleep?" That was all; but In (mjinlads of it was sufficient to keep them at It wt(h a.MP was .'brilliant llshltfl Wui the gnvait vpssnl .tin a late hour of the night, whtle pawaited their' respective a9 rin&'ns iwlt!i (music aiijd lnusfiter. tiently Inlp a wives at home. th "l'ltanlic" ran liraM-cSo fiercely waged the controversy lo:bi.TB wfiljo siotnig n.t the rate that It burnt Itself away. There DMer tlilrty milWs an lour. of came a lull; most of the debaters Depv':i ami?d to ralsn In Uie alir as were played right out well as on the Wittr, durims tlw Vfvr It was s:i-r(,pt souls nMlIiou'. Atlomptcd awVivauon at TheoJare lhMiiteplt. United victory In t1w Dcnioaruf.lc Stated anl the election ot WpolMV VHon for l'njshlent. IlstAbltaliAn? of the Clilntps ItepubUJ. Winning or the Nobel Prize Mr SurCarroll, by Dr. Ale-'- l gical Ilcs'p.-ci lVV,kcif,Jlle.r Institute.- of tUe PnesHent Toft's vetoe ot the Tariff Bills reducing tho rales on wuol, cottan Also his veto of (the lVnuevV and Free List Bill. CcitvU's ro,Jectton ,f .,h? ltoclprocliy as a?nV Kf Police I.lout,sinsi il C'.airl-- s A. Unelw. Tiff lifter ait hN four !ilrii niivrvVirnns are n)v umlw the ot duvlh. TJie minrouivllnii! tfir Bun,mn crime tui'l the sbenins'nt. arising fnim It cmiWu;tiJd alve mot Liki'tn in robflivr earnest sfPs t'il 5aVlr'm,llt comiptlon. Ue eir The Inimc Hale Ksult ot tlw wiut Hiikr qrlnv of t'ie atlrr l!oarll dl-j- Am,.-r.'u- n e v.-h cj'.t at ft pi.-r- Brilliant Colors Have Been Noted at jkmjVwi. Ywttinlny "we weVvqirtJ l,t lo a Depth of Three ThouLouisville. Tqluy w.i wjwt nl flt fine sand Feet. thlnss coniiiemlnfi the iiipi itmiVy in' t'i in According to Sir John Murray, ono newspaper Jnnn to sTfle (tr mi 'f which he He., and thp nvtl of tho grcntcst authorities on tho bottom of tho sen is a mloie as he, liter liUm titi I'tin". I desert of pitch black dnrltness, pene- In polton to xanyl'sr. trating cold and eternal silence, says Tho newspaper men of t KiyaiCiO' tho London Evening Standard. Worms, mould Uke Mmelvis unc itJvvr vrk sea puddlngB nnd coral polyps slug- vrtiMily. They fill t rnco aivl il'eViirWj gishly crawl or sway In tho almost myw In Ann" i currentless depths, nnd only two spe- a funv,t'on acunil to M'1 t cies of fish, both of them small, with Their eW Ion to hv fciwi much head nnd llttlo body, have been trend of tlw .iiw I vlilil. frje mino found deeper thnn n mllo and a Quar- Insr of Hi l.uly'.i npwr of wnv, n ter down. lnllpcniblu duty; but ffw iv The rango of fishes In tho sea is ns thin of tli day's tipfrt's in It bioi li ir n.v though It were divided Into layers, ono ' pwt Is n duty of wvatrfV. nbovo the other, and no fish can llvo pv.ita'i Iti'.e n M abovo or below his layer. Thus many c institute iJie ihmuih by Cv t s of (Mivr wiiy 'bcwifiia a of the deeper fish a mllo below tho surface have been for mulls' .tnnnient VI KUliVtnce " ll, t found floating tit tho top; they had tliouchl of tlie iHople, swallowed n fish ns large or larger It only iwils n avVmimv o,f ICtniViry than themselves and its buoyancy had editor, to rsou-- thnt PjV jnen iifk it lifted them out of the strain to which he- pre.it In Mils Suite wie tn n of they were accustomed . ability and fc'wiMsVruln'iu'. Tli ' The physiology of 0 bottom fish Is alami Xhe Rlft nt ev most impossible to know, because they haui Ifvi nro built to resist a tremendous pres- pivMihm lifin-rtiiito Kp (lolnn uf I sure of water, and when this pressure Rix-- jt wo'k. Tli(y ,'Jfre nvai of Hxiirio'er is released as when they are brought and lilsii lurjfise. AVie could wls' th-- v to the surface in a net sometimes the would sle us nwe mt tficilr m1.H" I fish has burst; the organs are crushed and t' commits! upon fixe wtf beyond reconstruction. of the time. Similarly If a fish of a higher strata attacks a bottom fish In the neutral If there Is one tmn W'lvlnjr In I'le 7one where both can live, and as rural vvMinii5.-- i tluit Jioino to out dK, sometimes happens his teeth become It Is tfio usa of tlw (".dttorUl columns entangled so that he cannot let go dragged into deeper water, for tlie ndvuwljon of tine pcwplv. We and he Is ono oer a pile 3. Instantly, for his hjive freiueiill he strangles Including sonv.- - dallies, wlt'i breathing arrangements are of no use to him under tho pressure of water in tlie illfnippolntliisr dbcovinry tlut Konreely the lower strata of the sea. As a rule, one anion? tlie intiny Is nsaltsLnir in however, the fish of tho various depths ilefjree the nproi'tunuy Xo- - u rarely feed on those above or below fuliy-s- i iwiil poHVr that t'llt vllVvW them. litti jryp ,t.y Umi oirtmili) There havo been brought to, light coinnvrnt and Oftn astonishing number of forms of Often Uicsro mrj mo an fish, and especially of prawns of a tlioie ;ni,t ajpejr are dixotnJ Iji yonxf unliiijimnUiJit llvlwc-lthe ocean moio or less fiiiolou,i brilliant at a depth of 3,000 feet. But, aston-Ishin- 1UI uiln;; Viey iny no rffil iii-as it may seem, there brilliant. to tlie reod.-r-; tlwy lack niibit uuv Iy colored fish and prawns, Instead of vital s,l,viniriwnq?. being conspicuous in the water at that It is njnlinc's much to expect qt t!.e depth, are almost Invisible when als,hmild flnJ ttlme most any other color could be easily rural editor that be s duT-lfor amlil multltudlnou seen. writing. lie bns u Uio tliWslns and and pne Vilnjri to tfl'ni OF LIFE MAKE SOMETHING tliat must be donp: duties !m!nglv ocenn-ogrnph- h in rr '"'' -- -- i. 1 . xMKmm Listen! three-quarter- il ffi wwa. mr. vw tr vmmm You voiit mind the storms if -- 'ATini iiir x;mft warmly cKd m our good bruln-i'on--- ,r y all wool clothes, Slide Into one of our warm, "all-wo- ol" overcoats. Then sleet and storm will have no terrors for you; you will enjoy 't red-colo- r, o- - g nt W.-lu,i- a blizzard. You will also enjoy the STYLE of our overcoats and suits. They are artistically designed, and made so veil that they will "look good" and "wear good" and help "make good." Comfortable, stylish clothes are, not only a necessity to guard you against the storms of winter, but also against the "storms of life". You cannot succeed unless you are veil dressed. lttle tlir, 5. fy Ct. p?o.-nlf- mcin-V.-- e nt e -- e? vlf-tlm- s, n ' 1912. I . Tlw number ot ,lrmen wtja loflt lwlr llres, was unprttdtintid., ainrf one A' orlcan ainor.ij QuUnby, who Ml irit'i Mlfcs vlut'Jrus. t!w oiiecA fflJin Uvs lielg'Vt at a H'louand fo.-t- . ytw icUlmed iMilnty almnen, brlnins tlw total of aU i ito 217. somo lniproiYivnia Tlw year In tlw yd I aeroplane, but on .Ve .whole lle, MkWf ,of fljlng did n(it irjnrt-s- j to any nutrlat il,eHn:i?. In tfiU yefir of tj' nvwt jmmiwron air that dUastf rs, it Is ciulle HJunlflc-.uU- , , tho 'itauld claim, by ulck-iesdVa' man w('io ItnenVd lino flmt :ia(()liv il woimun Is nuinUc-rei- l t'.-- then that the "cheerful idiot," who had played the listener's role, chipped in. Rising from his roomy where he had Iain unobserved, he stretched, yawned, then spake: "Gentlemen, the' hour is late; I, for one, must hie me to my cot. Do fish sloop T I do not know. But if they don't, why river beds?" London An' swers." arm-chai- tr-- f i tlylns crj,tt-Vll- hur WirJWit. lini-inU- t 7,"sivS jr n.viit-The efnU Anwrlcan riwny at 'KU lnouw In Duytan, U'uo, nil i'llllu nkilll nihft- ,,f t)u nkut nut 1.titt -- . w.."" iof the oily. fiinfjraJs In fie ii'-QrIn Vie notll,Ivul nwlm the sur 131 HMI . 'SSeI LvlUK'jgtM jnuiw temaMkfble tHhv8, .1'?.--n tine lua 'hajM, fw moat lsnlt'kii.Mt wo.J pleldoji of the ov;rt;hrnw fit tilMj M vie iu o'r. y Plus and Minus. Formerly, In order to express the sign of addition, tbe Latin word plus (more) was abbreviated to P, which In the haste of writing often degenerated Into a simple cross and waa ultimately adopted as such. With regard to the sign of subtraction, wa see in many books published before the eighteenth century that It wai written as a small horizontal stroke beneath the letters ms. Gradually it came to be written without tbe letters as wa use it today. Harper! Weekly. Work of Qrsclan Women. Tbe first women's paper in dreece was established, twenty-Or- e years ago by Mme. Calllrhoe barren. The oldest women's organization was founded In 1873 under tbe name ot the Ladles' society, with the object of securing employment for poor women, and encouraging native industries. For several years the dreek National Council of Women has been a power in the affairs of the country, and It alms to secuns equal rights for women la ail departments of the government. dynasty N)f Ji(3 rd l t'tllQiUon CVilna and U OlUneus Ifpulillo with Ir. Mu'i, I'nciiV-nt. s Brmtunte as In Aurlcaj of iwurtw, tlia .mint polltltttl event iwas t!e t Uepublle.in of 'tlwe ivuity, and w Jiturn of ,thio limqTAtiO putty W oow" aittqr Utf?a yMa, wltili "Wkxwlnow Wllsoin as tl3 .n,w I'rmaldnnt. An Intpri'.lntf feature f)f flh pqltl"il mpvejnpnta In th mdutry wias flUe blr'Ji a illa-var- of ie Vm&rma T,liiW)ClttiJ tu- - 1912 pamty, (with tMTir od- - 11nel(Vnt llac(4q(elt .as (fa fa,tfir. Tlie al wl'leaqd coyyy f too South Vz Ria dU- by (Caf. (RpiMj CASTORIA Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S And trivial, bu none tvj less Not Without Reason Should Any Pass yjet. It will mevtn as mn,:h to hlmaelt a,i Troubles Through the Joys and toh Is wtruVrs If lip will emt'uxpr to k!. of the World. plfitv In Ills mlnil and In hVi 1rk fir breathe, move tlie ,stuily and dbu.'U.Ion of soiy; of the Thousands of men and live; pass off the stage or life, rcally blB p;f)bl?4na tuxX qoiurn tillINCORPORATED. and are heard of no more. Why? nelfaf.e of tlie people. They did not a particle of good In Tiip time In wliWi ,wv Mvi Is one i ! the world; and none were blest by extrnppdlniwy lnti;vst. it l them, none could point to them as the tlijn? ,to be alive If oma undi.tninJs not Instrument of their redemption; of altyAxa and con fed n ja t m a line they wrote, not a word they common nwwnumt towanl spoke, could be recalled, and so they In perished their light went out in thlnsa. Wfi need i',i tuallr? Pfvit l'ie heart and Impulsp of t.V PiqpU ynt wlilrh swwffw many pf tlicsn hl'jj darkness and they were not remem- comnuinltj- - wfiioh wp H r',--, lw7iT will ) They must intfwst b;cvue tiny Ij- - alons. tho nvnoctc yesbered more than the insects of Is lywt of a Kr(i't ,w'ole. iwil mp! immediate contact wlt,'i tl) truitum? v the curlty nid ;iof,njne-terday. Will you thus live and die. must play Its lvr In the c1t'K;! nti I f Uve Utpubllo. of men and sentiment O man immortal? Live for something. no of nallonal pipr'i',''lif K'11' s tqlji,pv,i In wlw toll and think ai good and leave behind you a mon?tr. KuJlenbu-hir- . wonvn Do bU has its rt'iazv tlInk-Iq- s ument of virtue that the storms of oiunty in bfqrp tl.e ICentuvky I'rvtu 'AnvioVMJ- To set tlie p,?ople of Ken'jur-ktime can never destroy. Write your In tlie sbaplns of natiiorpl d'.hiy; no jrstorilfij', noted ti'ie faff, that tip PtfH bitter thlitss for KmU--ky- . name by kindness, love and mercy on cjurjty ttBitt imaj- - not luirbor mv a To lift tlywi out of tlv rut of najrrow pap, of thM S'a.f, Ik aHoert; the hearts of the thousands you come, plotilng mind, wlilch, nnlrir tlf Inspi- and mndld (politics meajis iiportbm fin I rvijtkiu Iu rccrrt )par contact with year by year, and ration of tlio ocol i;,Wfp,-(per- . in wllll nitisli from which they dcrhr) an ItonearniM linprotiiln,t. you will never be forgotten. No, your Win vlsUwi of scir.vlioe .1 .i,nd legible on name, your deeds will be as Tth nvui wlwloiies n'W3Ppe'"ork.n'kt preptliw and nowrr. Tlvy nn; no In tfio aftalra of the the hearts you leave behind as the poilpnit fA'tor morely far the Urcad and buttca It fie torts of thrj poll ff. Jans, irild Mr.l stars on the brow of evening. Good cpunjtry. IvWiUvictu?r; Imtcad tliey dloto-tj-? tol Beits lilm ami his family, but for the deeds will shine as bright on the earth Thp eUtiqr may .think tia w i P!' opportunity It af toids tp Uj an Influence tfiem. Tils Is tnw and jm lUlyl Thomas Chal- In ewiie ot tlvj Uttv-Oa- y pirvasuln. He as the stars of heaven. community siliouUl toe n. reider of Kratlfn'rr?: but tlu newRppO r.i of lira- mers. may cllns to Hhp old rniU" iul t'17 In tte IiooJjm tfTjit ane from tli" tiKky b'JU pay ,tao tnuo'i a,,jt!ntlo.i .o old Fplfa. It may aeem tp him the sol- tlo n.(w pres oX live country, lte vJuld kit? In tlve rtnvUl o!iu,ns pf n'tlrf. It t(h' y 11?h in convex'-Ufvation of itiv3 Rubber Plant Oil for Umbrellas. by will dWviis tho bis issues ,lvy WJJ1 lut rttt-- i Jo biiln,? wltji It this lie tnirJ J should nay 'i. touch wlip what A vegetable oil used in making paonly tpiioe tlie polltlqlns to be ilqclU-- . gnratcir tolnivre fo,r (Ti Uios.-per umbrellas in Japan is pressed out and fay aa with oqnMxatlon njnd Is posiHble f) Jiltn. but tjtwy will canrH a Jot pf tihnm t twgunvent. Hut if) lo tin's ie fivunt and. mojlwjtlon 'tlian of the seeds of the rubber plant. This think. Wo will see tlvii dloaxrdln tXol oil Is made in the various islands unflrtand. He must Know, fpr iexa,nnil, Afvl the pult oX Ills r.iilalf, MfV.'r It woin-ou- t trVJts aim! ptiraso thltl ifi Jit own inln 1, old famed for oil and seeds from these why t,ne moltmit ,tar .atn rvuUmnJqn of hiK lYii milled a 'plants. Sandy ground' is t favored for tlipuhjt Into the pirob,'i.Tj of ii's oi.a they bain biiMi naqnlh,? oft on Uhe IM44I nawcir 1as p,Trl d pt such oonimun'(ty,''readJU.ilfd "p tta own pie for wn, and fttudrfjig up I the cultivation of the plant, and the the from the seeds by pjnqnrtnt'n8 In t'il ,ooun,try. JIo pvist see oil is extracted H'iMUd be naisqi qu Hiroi'h. t'w nc.w wonus ana the ai.iw nnq .OJs.,ult I presses. The yield of seeds is esti- tihie rolalton our hqiree pqlltlioH (nollp ta from tie )qi at; nwsnapo.r jin do. columns qf his neHp,ipi(r tf Jvls mated at 20 bushels per acre. The an- world TpAltlcs. Ho imit (talCJ riof "' ftp fun of makTtz state ot tlio old 1 nual production throughout Japan tfve fapt Viajt the cry fqr la.it?er jnsaliufe I sVJUfirs In politics jump mound a little i i can Tllitut li .the bent f lat nwv.t of .amounts to 350,000 bushels, 'from of rtamoqnacy Is wqnW-l'dp- , pmd jthie Ik? worth wMl". Ix,ut lllp Hrcptfd. J 'which over a gallon of oil per bushel .lme will f t(!ila p,lior(Omrnoin (will susgert do. Nor qoa u(uiy of us affrird Ifie It is The oil before Is extracted. Mr. A. It. Taba. of Crlder, Mo., hadl rw ti'w (iiaiey to buy for mutfi I qiiu, used Is boiled and then cooled until it to lilm som undi"'!!? pet ons tven traabled with stick luaJ;wlio foj ery-tHliopfisrdnpfl. In R'll--i day many ttoik; but wv can I'l-Tlw can be applied by hand to umbrellas or tio, o,r t'jna'', Ikij ajvl thqn?, i"aat nbaut fle years, when tie lcin t, van jipt be and iqxjvxltni-with a piece of cloth or waste. No of Itu a'fa.niU.Tlaln's Tablq'.n. 3he will filii? ius fo-- l Tor mtllta"n ond machinery or tools are used in apply- lnt;qr,prpiYMd wltiNawt ft oiling is comSor rommemt. No MUtox of a. news- - taken two bottles ot tli;n ami ,viwy ing the oil. When tbe bbrg:?ir nuesttloma bmie flh,i!r All tin's1 paper." wliei'lv,1" in mVy m- - soiritny. rfuM cured li.dr. Sick liendacfie Is camsod plete the umbrellas are exposed In dlrtt an,l InithnAto iwloliton Jo t'u d stuinnch Xor which thene at what li Ullril (li'lul to- a ,the sun for about five hours. This oil lives ,of liVs lt?adns. p a,0An ' bfj ttfnf,-apis also used in making the Japanese, are ifui:c!ally Intendod. Trs day on the problems of labor, popular taihljtrt oonipiunlty. .T'im mia.n wflip pjets lanterns, artificial leather, printing his o,wn and naclal n:ffrm. In w .?y thqm, grit well and &xy av.ell. Sold bi oil paper, and broader vlalion and imakres tle ftqml up ink, laquer, varnishes, y ti.it all dealers, pllcatlo'n Is dalns a yl(nUid h5"",M'ce, and CflimniiuUty will' 'bo ouml u llbiui paints. sonns uf t'io tywtir probably contain r iwark, up of tho real Joy of books on Xiiefm questions. all other work, lls In jonuoej Modern Idealism. Thf bls:l Ihlmr tlva (n,?VPHITiTi of iLt itt'"p nnwPAPnr pt (the fttiitp Our intuitions of a goodness, a beauiln WicAr own qiuotlqi,l cainrK?.l. ty, a truth, transcending anything that Kentucky can do fqr. tlie pople of Kenshow, our persistent devo- Uicky U to ?t Wxwn Sli(ln(k';n(a W8 tp.o l(Ot tlyam tell tho prppl? about hucIi earth can toy pianon-- d tilings 04 Initiative yid n3tqrei(lu.n tion to Ideals that actual life al- Uewi curned ways disappoints, our postulates of a politics, by tlw politics p(f ffio aqd iiwijall wv' it'xtt "Hie Boiod, or why perfection that rebukes and shames b) tie thfly are bad pfjcqrdlmr to th(0 viewand fie our practice what can these things RoUtlcs ot Xactlans flghtlntr fqr Wlty point. Lot tlifjm dj'c,u Ww chumsij .11 a refraction mean savo that q.ion(nks of asrlqultune tlut ias reour fnergy rind of tbe white light of eternity by life's aantnol- - Much of an,! .ffmvor have leaun ,wastwl sulted fio,m ithje Intnirtuqaon af nqwer glass, a sedome of (Jrm, and ahq.v !nv quence of shadow pictures cast on the upon such uiat'jars. T,Na ivji)Io lvai- mao,liAnery on wall of the dim cavern where qertn misled ln,'o a wUiless l)itrrt In tills qhftrae is treia,tqd ito t'10 (tendiqniqy further we sit, our eyes . , . averted from Uiesrt rtriAlp luilmpoitxunt things. 'Pivny nCfontt fund to fie mmvmm myrnm P"U the true light ot tbe world? Paul lijiva b(-- i itrabiexl to think fi'ixt poltl-In tenant farmlner. Lot liwm d;al Shorey (on Plato).) Mouug: is more isMerfcn M - iiuquftjon. n supantlnj; Indlvil-ual- s v4'tjh- & !v 'tuCfrosequrnels botw-cvopttK l the nome than cIe4fjeaVsjr llgnt. insure this by gettinc and tapUoits and paintltf tor Joni or qnnuvt V WilfJnhlon w iH flraff tho oil that euros clear and ptose, hujt slwiv Telling Him. and oXflcfl. Wo. laie ted itlwm with ahko ito wpni,n as it(ley clean without a nicker down to Boston physician has thai klqd of nwf; wo tviw dlscusstd Inj rwhy U in tfisnt womrn UoidAy wi A the last drop. i"annsylvanU crude 011 renned to perfection. 'the reputation of being exceedingly Vweo ordJd and IfUiH itlw otfi, 'Wlvst (tjha aqnUlJins ttue) Costs 00 more than the tank-waggruff, especlolly with those whom he ! kind saves iMONBr wnqos so,t ore that (lva dq.ulqpa fibla Via Tlwro luas saves WORK saves eyes. thinks are trying to "beat" hlra. The ot etkictAioniA ' mmnnwint of a eies. Your dealer has SOLlTDt OU vni. doctor was present at a social affair In barrels direct from uc no e3;ucautVnial work Win worn. the other evening when a "dead beat" Tne nawmjxuuis can Vft tl3 Uiongls TJiU Is on doctor knew of old ap- oif, tliplr naiBidqrs iV a itvlefiw pktn. Ttwy ajjeimcy" cun do so wpU as tlw whom the CfciM. "Doctor," aald the man, Win .Mlir UneJr mlndu uon tiueeitVviu of proached. omd Uie rural (prjqss fw B lold SWI "what Is the 9st thing tor a cold?" J FirDtqit,nd cpnoerti. It in uot dlfflcult to for uasfuil pxiiloltatlon Jieme Jitt fa but latjIsrvMc. Ibr.l "Competent medical advice." replied iniakA these blgsr probhTUi iaten.lnj little ,dewipd In KenVicky. In l)lUisr Jlalnervat Wama. MLrM'il ha tura4 the) physician shortly, iv aeii the cetebratea Ip W inavy. As a nttKiwr uu vm wry tjho neqpU to n,dirtaiml UipJiJnvj In Carb" Auto OU. mUiImL aad Itna puwt ot(pf thp Wu ajvl J wilq-- a tMy v Wp an ImteTpreUntlop CARSON Uhn.ii-s,elv. &L CO. Hartford, Kentucky, tl-- c lttr P"1-gra- t'y m.-at- lai-g- n. J acW-J-1-In- lio 1 r 1 yliA--flfl-J- ptt.t j- clio-iisi- o biariq-s-quml- . ilia-tqrl- illso-dtm- nqw-ipuip- ?at,ron-agtmof- ... ''r, many-colore- d thmLmmitOltthmi M s - well-know- n bn wv3ld-twUl- nw-pawn- s. u I c 0 m L--i - I ist S Jl: