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DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY HARTFOIUVOHIO COUNTY, to Invpst In fc'w ft IY., FRIDAY, JANUARY ; No. 26 hnpteJ jdrW In curfrl amount Is pair of MA J. DAINGERFIELD PARCEL POST STARTS AT HARTFORD I W Kvnnnvllc, Iml., Jan. B.Und quar. nn.'ren fpr smallpox titter Turnkey Some PriMlurigl ICsIly wn s'jrlcik"n with '.ho wrynsn unJupphni's.. disease tlu afternoon, polloa jvqiiViuar-ter- s Long Illness. Local Office. -.iive s at pl'inty of Mlts nilver-t'rt- 1 arte cloiid foe tie- - first tlnw I'J a'. $20 In th n,5UP"f??rrAan;i " thj city's history ant cyiniUen (ie lr.ir.i-Irm'ti (Vpn wlmlow.i. I lava rtoi Lho (ill oveir the bultiUnBl Jo Cumlirnt- Ltxington, Ky., Jan. ,6. Following a Tljft niwl jvjpt pyaVnn iwaa to.rtil v.m by w:wi. Tiny Irvvp ttoke-- l Suggest Opening Four Class Ohio County Oil Fields Being Re- wlvn m, ling lllrvyji, Mn,Jor Foxlw.ll Alpi(nJr at jVic jtostoitlcij witli a nun It tliorouglily. Tie oiff!c,B Jiuv,e bo-hfiAVo sr.Micd nffply oe- to anl woJ liovl- -' Wtxthjliy niarn,lnB pf DalnBr,fUM illcxl at n transferrtfl to tlw city JipJl anid Ciai 1S lat n w.irtr) in an nq'nUig. t hav? fices To cognized and Prospects of tine (leajtli of p,o.tin'(Alj(r llrtirtln Old nafc ONptflt mu':h Covfi.y tpn(s)it I'sued oliirp - ycstcinliy, Jiot wihWi Jook'd fin on a!jm. Ilour (Ullii"broUuex-ln-lany unnciTy orrapt Jajn;s It. 'ICviqw.'. mML'l u JwwuVl bJ mad3 of .hi n,t,w fe,a('-l- e bsnMM fie ? ti his will buy aj f'nj and Examinalions. Flattering. wltom he had far y.mrs bsen far tbwo or tilireo niciatJj jbut. ihe Is niw c4ty .lockup, a port of fiulquaiitns can rtiilr of sip's as any rVfan rml ' bu,cli pr'sonora on a iiatnpr ln:llnM to inisrests, his rruml, mmlinoi ri usod. m mi a nvrrv(t man m In raelr,? and bra.'4ln wisnir. tiakwi wiU J s;rit directly to tiV poun Washington, Jan. 7. M.taaunl Xamw-ora- ts v '"r Maior DatnismfMU lvl ibcn rirlVcatly Ls Bilre tliat Urn a'lqvliiii tv,lll i?roiA" K,"w wrw w'l TUWrYrflte, ICy.. Jm. -A rwiny of ty Jail. Kelly confcrapt,sd tjoe dtvxvre j following his ,r?.tn-- fmiTi a Hvltilin,;'Hlin.tJy. In Congress, In (qotnmon ran ha Uwigftt .wTflph will 11 ,wltl KW.ivahy"n'tto'.-n- n ommittoiis fjr tlia It cq-t- s l)aln;?ar-fls.d- 's Vnpodarfpn qf .i'l Detnoqiats frqm many Jtir, Orla Scliapnvlne, pf (lIOtfio,inl, was Cnom a iPirlsoneir. oahjar taitate a "Wiii'i fig"''? Jnqt mqxslnirV. lio.vll.tl n ivrrtk a.30. itijor . Lurt yfoir snyi an prtpi'.irf daUi;liUr, ill lis Kllrali','-- J)alnger-fiel- tV oirdcwd ltod,ay. to a;nl a li1teil P,', riolkwmen are becoming moine u.nd mjne iennljana'""f11' 'naf.'cnr(t pir or of v uilcir iUvottorvit. rt'.lniti.''H' kr.ici;i ai a tniaxtlns ari niwu-pw- ir pabkHQ tine Jlairtford affiqe. It ed by th Xlqol pf apa'jlqat!pn3 'of y can bo I'uicti, s ti."' by tfv mxrket atvri.nvis-iem-.ljn tli cqs-1,iilg Htoik lMr--g a runall ta,rcjCil ,wo(;ra!ng toJC Christmas Cards Reunite Couple. postmnaWshlpo. (vrl'.rr, has minaaail In miainy fnntans tha nx!,ilcd t(Vf.r ffirt, fcii fjirm. ournrrw. nnJ Btjt Xo Lvjlq'Ule. 'il,r. Otto Oniielin, Neb., Janua,ry 6. Fii,nk L. Misspurlans find a doasn oir witis invi Warned From City. Girls ward pro'.fltiff in' floJils, anil tho re- Major Dilngertl'ld fy)mplle.l Maittn us Uw flrs;t jy.nvon to roce'le ItnwCey, p. traveling nvin of St. toMlr.. applying far ,the posllloin qf paqtimurtsr HUltS HUT l"l'H JUK'ltMHfUl J II SVl'HLl ill. Til? OiiuiiIm on a'i SKlal tiqrvlrW of sta.'.lt!ic sljowlng tlvat tn lite six a mnvcl post ftwJiarjr (vrf, a,nd Sir. tolaiy in'Vnanied 'ilrs. (Ella Itpnfcy, the In thij same town. Tli9y do rprt knov" IV ivUon. tiV l.ito:'imvIi Fidrti,Uop of 1.IiILtj11- - yfl&ra ifnam 19)3 to lSlfl, Mir. ICiTpe'8 Ha"wunilM was tos HficelB fl, W1;fe y,Yo dharced Jilm ia which way to tuxn. UiusiuaUy eplegry stp" jrpir ago ',oKj.',ar,tl(V,nrn Kon- - ,,a jwa pub'tltn'W n flMTii o! .wannlw,' Tll ilUtrVn torsos packinc?. n.lnnlnes from Ills K.ntucky-in.icr- l crueVs. T'hty returned t Bt. Louis to pt'eanit Is a "trltind" wlm suP(nJpt-ttp?ky in a il,?kvri"ail of f.U IrU IntuvUng to NJ'k wprk In fie n fabilrng ,that .thenp $1,237,0M. lie .was a mejmbr s a geixral night. Tjhey weire XInJt rnnrried l.v Vv confiTesnuan in itha nemst pnl (Sopn. .ar. A piuffrtble pru lf.'j-c- i lins bsn cUw. Ti'ia.: tfity liouUl iut WTfrw perhac)9 of Vie Kentucky S'.aito lticlnf? Coin- - sa,Uactlon with the or qampai'igns. In Inwrcnc county, jvnd t iKg r(. B w,i)ejsly ln,tuiae ,uf il i mission, aripo'jittd by Giv. ,Vlls,'Jn. HJJ a w iiciip.tlon's should ,Us nuil;. ,Xlics yejara ago I CKrlattmas morning Uowly tound a Bqcause flay ara th.ua JTapnaissqd In wxifk )nxt Mtndel We nni, with K.0 .'oto j, unless t!vy a'! " Algvtvon DiLlnKMfi;l'l, Is ftulTivtt QXtt'ip,t:onn ana tbi rural route qnnnVrs C)pt(tnaa(ttni at Christmas ca.rd in li!a niail. lit wns maklrig a ctnoltw iOf upon. sin, f ' r u Htlll iunVn-- r pypimlon (ivntlu 1MVV' t r,v!S.e. Tjila Is IU:M e,ortto' of Uo Jock'.iy Club of IsVa omt of lUotforil, the .mail vvr!mj ifrpin from Jis former wjfe, vfvo ,wa,3 Hvla." pret(l!inMat offiqrs tliny pne 'tauciijln-sdiirirvr t!a cumins yvr. A pipe Urn ox- - Uv'n a'jUiu by Vm corunilMlon to Umvw JUam rj.nd naturn, In Omaha. On Hhe same moaning IIiir.Mard YiJrk. Mr PrcsWieinit Tiift for tyaivlng lsii'i?d an Uiv n,.w ,fWd Kx-mvl'ln1-- ' Ini? itM ti nwolm'on tlft. no wpmin m t'to ltnw,lo- - rewlvsd Jn laer ow;n mJi'.l n order conivertlng qfXbfVl 'Mr. Uilnasnflelil was HirieK:n lit flrit ant ,ta tna.ll carrkir to and (fouiTtlncliaBs re- fuMIItVs n fuw niontlw cir. aivl Jj'.- - cm sionrt lienrlf ujviw "In a y Ul Q T,,ey qUHl amlce. lpto .tfie, c!oB9lfA?d ChirjVjmas card from' her ifprmw In wltii Ujladjler .tjiionble. and d O0 "' rMvr ix'(rlitlar tiex - cxiUV'Vj J.irt of t,l city" for le last ouat)' Is wIVi expre'S IirovUe th;;m he twtu .totem to Jo'ins Jlopla'ms ,HM-- ! "oul bind. On the next train Itawleiy part- practlcpiUy pitr- - instcinqe php (SflMb!"" liiriy ll .rut'". IC"nLucky nr t!i uvl,n 17.50 j ir ve?k. TlhU makes "nl testis at ga.1 tmiles r ed tar Omalia. A ajoond pquntaT? '" of oonignjssmi'in ,WiouVl Us rniuViSf!l iltlmore, far frrtp.tmi!n,t. Otfi'r ntv' dls'in'ett (pro, ljn .by 1911 op- - iir.(j4on to,- - Hlckn'.ss fr nvlxU of un- - Pltaf,. ,at , V " "1" many fc'imes if they wans ppJIffl ppa.i Iw'K titer nurne.1 home, but sult'd In the s?cond moisrba?? totiay ,StlUvpi)l of e;tipionr4vt wi tV nation to njvti'i XoiUirth-clpwihiin Jils old aondWom jbegan fl grov f09maait3cs l'l t!i nsw fields IVotf courtfy and of Drove Sorrel Horse Into Hartford. their several dlstrtats. But theiy 4M0 a Ic-- w.kii aigo. At thiat tlnu worei AVVwtni Ki'ittucky, wIvmv OnvciJppnvants An 'Amusing (tv:id,?nt oioivml at t'te OHIO COUNTY COAL ctninl'icn.Uoiii3 ar.iono and ii.'wrt dkwafo rgft on tftrpiwlng bti!ck bp,ts oft tSw XJt .IU In Wie flrt stavi. Sonal BURYSENATOR DAVIS HM,tfarU jwstofflcs .T.utaday ,wheti a president Xor having ldofl peallztfl ffunt Ii's accoiri.id IPt!VTMii wjlls J31 Oliflo and AlUri x)un-Uvas reclvjrl lef xjor j ?VU dcllverjOPERATORS-HAPP- Y 1 lwpeltps. cpnlltlon wa,, pits wl'l-In- g t'ds boan. A law P PFOFMnNIF yn lU(- - nivOivis of Uw nw fWld. WITH (jLIILinUlllLtJ nnln(rfW1(1. ,,lm,h. h TTII II The UW did nfft Wm bMkltr tp admit that .the ptrdpr a gool WvtaH Is a ihunilwd mill's oir mora nemov us,toma(ry special delivery have itjue to I.exlniston Sor thp Uaat Ccpv flflo-and prpper one. of( oJ fcnni JJie Uiw'drn Krfitucky (Utir:t. aaurp n.jffl'"j.d, but lu'neiaid .was almC)ClIts. ihoweveir, iwoufI "Numieraus his life. He arnvcid Jwyj (trom lialtl-nwn- e Of ,Vm old ir flil.is bulk of drillServices Carried Out With ReMonday nlgjlrt. H9atlh pa,mo most, ooiw.til with ,tMJ cent stamp?, I. C. Railroad Supplies Plenty of Ilka (to tavie It sus,pen;deid w a jtlm last ing dirlnj 1311 wu ctmUircd In W'nyne ieqtiefd,ay pt pUt:t ami arllnased to a oaipS at Hartford. so ithiey qould "Ore" a tqWiUiaubJicana at y:30 -- o'clock cJur"y, In rt jiiUifirn Kunitucky, wficn t Cars and Miners Are gard So Desires Of Dead The funny part pf tl'e q'.ory wa the ajt least and Xlll thiqtr atlqja fvlUi llrpipltal. Jostah's r,liJHftc:- - rwols ha,e bnn proven. T!ils on t'.e cnelrpe and DemptaT8. athqrs would Jlke lo havo Tlw fun;eral Si'irxCios-- Willi be iM at notice n'rltV.Bi Busy. &t&lrt ifrp' tfrto iHn!n;tntr(d jts , Kept ill . Legislator. to V"ie paatnvitr, as folio wn: presldynit r pkPw,Pre 7 o'clock Tuwday eifeinilng at plirUt -P,tlw'm,t,itwrofpilu.'-tltfi- , . fcvlTt -' rami fpniTu'-I'itf'03TM,STJ-:if J" 3Ir: y ' Gat'hradral'. Vn fhjs" cW, Cl'iti-c"Still d;nt " ITail's or4"ir pairmantintly. ii KT?Jtf.TftTl of tfi cp.II Xrr mull at Hartford. H will pass . no qtlieiiB smuggest that W wquld b BI'.jop It. W. Burton oCftelatln. T'ie Ark., Jan. 5. Sfrvlce rproduo'ian of th? Stn',?, Vo.'le cqrnty, Little Ullniils Central ttoilfoiad pompnnv Te m rpute ito Owensbaro, tfinouifi, driv yun fair to all comseinned tp re to bis nrcail'Jrgs oX riinpllci.lv boJy will ire taken tla,t nl'.it to Maj ,lavy-tva- l In Nff ttMfn Is nojw furoVnlrs W.'sttrn Kimfucky ing a so .nril U3 ,to a mw buggy." ifouqthHclaqs presieint quire ti'i3 i.fj boy ot jor Dalngarfleld's a'.d I'lone, ,Hiannlsop-buno of irilt'i it'll lEoA'tii iu"ille4, vnx pondioc.ttd y ll'trl Po'.tmnais'i'r'tJlarUn did tyot cire ni'iout dial oipera,Urs with an abundant supply tp submit to a alill aarvtco, VMhete - U ci r Cmk fltild of aVerti U,n'.ttl H'aUs Sjna.tvr Jtff 0inls. till Cn furul xX te Va .uul qtontVns on the atr.'ct oarnur ajl day 01' cflal epirs dally and bo,'f.i npcqii'i.s axamlnaitlon aA. .which any atfar UV wjas bur',I In a local cemetery. Wcilivisd.ii' aflernaofn. ti fna'jiilT of U Kni'Jtihy fuia','i,il t In t!v iraln, Iqikng for thp eorr,H I'jarao and tnlneirs pre JaWant. .Work 4s letter p'iconts, Repuhllcons or Dnqorots or Upside Uir) cnagnsalon&l dslegaitldi Major Dalngertlcld was a iitlvtt f t'12 pi9Vum on'put. , n,t Imnny of tlie mil. jati It has een what not mlgW coinip,?ite. If t(hp ot Vlrn'inla, and enlisted In l'(j C.qnife.1. and tVW buga-- sp he told siVamil in- - tlie ulfolm l'roiyo'js trade iinons anoivy on, of and Win no'nln.r-tifor several yfaTs. awut K(J letqr. and befonj at a given aJflop rfissed the ivjtbnuk of the pnptts. ara.-- i urmy at tV tal".;ry lawt jitix Ahnn tHe ear tl9 "SlVef s;,ral tiiou?ind 'moca best exjimilnattlpn he would be gkpn a, , Civil War. II, was at cr) timie pjTlder- - tV KtVpnan was seen umlng Into ' Sanie dX the mints ar dilcgar-laof mountalr.-preiAu'i b ciu! of l,lj high (ptil'-- s paid among .!iiama csi-- s HattCqrd. tftiain .City cStn Jcml liind in pnder 3h Iqiae on ofXlclul Ute. It ha Drtte't P. lM nonipainlf.s. Tv-- flrule ecrs, In o'lAnjaterlMIc . Rirb, a.',t3nilAl ly nn.l courlir tor C?:n. jRplT-r-' by frt to me all the pars, n,lght shifts ar-- to do so, onpthcr main-- or possibly a wj,t H iWrafl nwrried at tlite eitl a! oil u.iU'n: w je iw of i' (.' tV.to'H; thp Hog Cholera Prevails in Southb,e!ng being put pn. NTw ocol cars woiman wpuld be given his planie.. Ths buly us escorted f,rom tlip Davis tj .Mls,$ UMir,Utta HenitoiMMi Girao'. of faturv of t!i?i ir's clmi'?fi?jitfl, the sen dolly on tf.ie Uljniils Central, but Mvny Democrats proppj to hioi-- Clt ern Kentucky. unlll price Df tlie b,ttcr jrnatle lilnj rniJei hm,e to tle Fitt BiinliJt d'.urcli, of Virginia, and lived In Vlna'-tyittflioTUf of the cars b,fag used aro patrons qf poat1 offices In their ts Glasgow, Ky.. Jan. of llu tlie wfVch tlks dina'or ,wa a cnb'ir, fay a 1S93, Wui , he xatmaved ito L43fx.lnst!qti lo from !! d 11 1 n Ua.'m I to ttilS a tt.-i- l ofd ons-'phoose tihelr clnm posfjmiastier. whV3!i had Iioijs qtwrge pf Crtstlictn, In both this and thp adjokuln,: and iVi Infexior grade ftxfii 21 ponff to Ut'tollon of Unl'ed, SiV. Voipti ,inl take Kentucky mlacta a the wteeiVrn tlU- - Wheirp .ti'j Is not practicable, ox ,wh9 Wltt-tio ao.inpunl)s of Stu. jullUla. At the Just b&?n porclppyd ,by Jiim,is It. ciunties ore dying oif choWra. Tlw CI Cites a figures of trlct.'iearn from $2,24 to 7 a day iwhi thp patrons fall to maike a cfiptce, brotliur-ln-la(Ampin g t'ie of tjie hogs fiavj beien Xatti3ited ar ooipUtfl 0 past liv iwi'l chutvh eexvloes wcxe oonduti'fjd by tho Kune, Wa thoy lip,-fltf,ady work, and the these members will ftap to HhCMldeir masjt, and (his is the fl.st lrolally fi'mja- - an aufSpnift fyjnsldini.b1y .Iii IViv. Uunjaimln Cox, as!std fcy Dr. It. notable horses raised ftliepe pvwie iQalln. on as a great blefsslng from tfiis nespionalbilllty ot seiefltilng ff-j-i Oull-ojpaimimp.tflo, county now on, com Delhi, Rst'ir jPan. In (tlie history pf ot t(hi figures tor tik ivpaqJtn.r J. niwers. prsslObvU of Ouilta tfvevs pjaces. na,iteir. Supttiima't. where naostifed li,ogs wpre ever known thp earth's storasi Cap an,l B?U, Ijn )!a .eulogy ilr. Gpix nl:i:ivd lo D'jiguilse, 3VAT. . Fop swerul mpnlhs the mem did not s Somp Diimoanats ana so hpmauad they S(wa:(P, NoTolto', Oanr, to have choleitat. according tp t'to oM MasUe, Intra! Xor "the Deio'opmfjxts frr Oie iaM ifw day B!le Swia.-flrr'on account qf. the diMlone emphaittaally. oltlzr ins. Sotns of tfw farmijn toiit xny bjlifeyd contend wrrk ta!f the time I'.Mrucio ami Willie Clwiel. C.awU ami if tills of life."' by bad tvwie btrm wimawliat miners In ths "ekctVn of pastmaatera" In a t'.iat tM filiolcra nvas brougllt heve fiona car shortrte.e. Practical coal Uadgp Jip,tln. At tho grve CKf:u wrrvthfV. but thetw is w pipnupatrt pfiof-i-expArVenice, iVecfene peiguUur prtmvy many to bis ounangeid itar HhVs, Year Ends in Prosperity. aher Sta.lea, as many fucmers In tn' v.iM preeep-- years' 10 t, axjfa ta.wman, a mctf In ti' .drllUng and etp.rt(ling of pf.v prqspiirlty 'will latt purpose. Others go so fair 'as W JkvW the wvlls. Man' new 'wrslla" ivre bMng pot1 (With alIaianco tor a s,llglt rea''-tl- n oouni'y iput.cl'ia.sed droves of Jtogp fro'n and tjhpt a let up on thjj car supplv t,he eniicfmiint qf a law tp govern Bh9 Illinois and .MlstyMurl anl Fewer Lynchings Last Year. aft,9r the plow of t,hj liqHdi' Indilana, tin umlfx way In the nottnjtuUn quii-tk- s will soon tme again. taking pujr election of wftlla tfw iCrimJnul ataAtstlcs of 1912, pubA'i-- il tra.i: b'w n:.poriis of V.ne conwierclil s4ilprid 'thjm hire to fed upon t'te .Kwt itn ICmtiveky, fi! ont'mly ,vvr of ippplntmBnf. t'ie mast. Most all ot the afflicted awlne y at Chkj'SO, tliat JKy.irij wer, SJ asonjl'Hs slow a iihrnarkiiibly .nustiafeirtl flels of Nirtbiattti'ii iml Vt:im SMALLHOUS Eitlll oUipirs tirankly confess ti&Xttuy NVw lyno'i'mgs In Wtls coiinJiry, wl'iloh is X.3W-- cnd,ltton oX Inilutiy rg'.tt m to the d'jo. show Vie U.1J.11I tuaUnSty. to dp, nil Ulna Hhll Mr. njnd .Mty. qartvahan, (Ifaatef Marvin do npt knpw tla,n any previous v. wium Jfieve end at itfw yitlir, are! tf.iU ooodi.tloin b ))omflrtt ointlnue leasing they Jiiwt 1X0 someTJilnu;, Fox to Sly to Be Caught. Lansn,9 SiaK WWlmpfi pnd Ml S"1 reallljag-thpLn nn,il Wstjrn K) enormous crap wtiro 51. Xn lS'M ,yte recrrd iMts 1!0, and onllted la,Tj,".ily ,t0 tt l.firn ot the yeair. Ngvntlless, Owiinsboro, 'Ky., Jan. 5. Angered by Chiratma,s .week In Cfimfral Cj(ty. f indloaUons rtolal to a stmt iimjoiuiit In 1S96 It wp.i 170. Jn tlvt hi lyna'tlivgs treats' v ' VlldcatAlng during tftw spnjig vwjtH. of last jy ar t'ie .vlctlma of all but t"veqa ivoa a ooma'detable Incitisaqj In dhe itwrnarks of Jpn I'Vox.a msgro. Virgil Mr. J It. Hun&ep and diuhtfr. Mu' CANE RUN. t;wo wve negroes. TCviW inegi.sBes were the numljr o'f oo,nimorchil taltvwas dur- HVts. a nesp.o Jamltoir ut Wij Union Eithe), ams vls.'lng Mr. and M.is. James lvree completions nieira tnaile in 6. Health Is not bmA it Jan. StV-VaJiuirlcd a cuspidor at said John Tunn,ell at Utlca, weiek, ant Inclwhid tn the list. AMegi'ri unty fields life nunuber-Ini- g t ajTUJ oUiilrS ing Si8 y,ea.r, tlw in.iolvcm,:n this wrlti'jrvg. Tiose pn- - the skk list li .. . ..... . .. agultvit woollen or girls and tfie murder 15.262, Xor li,5.091 ot InilaUt?'!-n,:.- Fo, liast night In Mii atnit'on wilt-In- ? Mr. J. Jt. IvbIey and Miss Otrp IC. are Mrs. Satlte llooveir, Mrs. MajfgU oie raHUfB ias 8 jqwn. lino bjv.kto n noom. Hpwevier, that cuf.pldctr wai Maddox wene marjiled Diember 21 at t yletillng Of capacity, tive poroni' accojunjt Xor lniptl-culav.",Ta .111 of as uisa.Vnt us?,en5ons in n,tiv(qr dstlaed tt r;ah t'w original the Jtooe of thp bnde's ru'ftIltfl " Tlu iai(th pngel. ylstted (he home of ot 19U. ffl.-- $l1.081,66J. but it li nota'ilo cas. "i'lt tif this (Kiaca. Iii forty banrels. One jmw wjll is ficrrtd Virgi'(t. .Artful and sly avfln as Jits njamV BJY. H. P. B:own. of 1. M m.n UV) weie lynj.-li.b liolh tfilit tfte Uwlest bosses at t,Vxe iea,r Mr. J. Jt. Hoo:,r and called Xpr lit frii Lfuvnenpe oomifty, with p. lmplls,j I'o dadgjl the tljtiitf i'jw-pMr. Ina Opx and Mjss MatnMia Coy, In the opening quarter. fho banvU. Tlip wask In Who fKlpir ilctlni(s W(ii accused of murder. lUJth wtfe, Mib. Sudle Howsr on njopilwi (Hashjust In tlni? la see It go of .Bvlftr; Pfid (Ml 31, 1912. Funeral Mr. .Bofo ShulU. Iuniu.liy districts wan fWifiuroVisi, in wine jtuken from t'ie co,unty ixll aiud e,irvl(s .were cpndufite-- l ing tjtyoueli a large window tliat Nampy (Addlngton, of WW ihiene, pvnwlai lw.nsl. O.H3 ovcurnid at Stelf, N. D by Hqv. JJ, iF. Juiklnjj ofOwwiitwra tjv co:tpVj'.lons Iciivg jne1""rt Her Kindness Paid. finpm tlte naoonvbpr 21. Mr. and Mirs. ShMltz iwllt .Uifi neno upiintmiviit in llotrlct Wi .Uw HouthMJtiMn notation and 'Wiaa .tfie tlrs,t JynpftVig nucpj-dion January 1, and itlie remains W.ira JLittIsUui, Pa., Jen. pewldo wailt'nu .noati ot tliie white people- at Bvleir. Mr, and Mins. Cox laid (tr mast in'' Month Dakota In (nnn tinn a dkciijle. of Morgwi ciuun,ty te .qtw of tpf inp Oine Ilun Jutw Iltpwn's kAndeea ifjaur Jiajrs na,r t&h bought 1WIT1 a noise ,tliat cmtld he iyvni tor will imwlde on a w a1fu under mis pn3 at Tf.w djindilnlg In pmm'sB o V' In liielptixs an old PjUdler ,onCo p. f)tjll'.y blocks and pn. Vn.t fhlreiw flVjaryonje In tlTan,tly by Mr. Oox, Qf Mf. OlitarlU In thp pn?nue ot o laraa and sqrrow-fu- l wlld-q1,1 nonti Vie nwrt ininurkabe of tlip Jtaairr tinanl. fjtirlke A enqwd. Qir hjre, fips iwijn a eytra(n .of tWn. to a patVic, that cusplCw ytmf. sailing Oilritpn of GanftanVmn. t caafeiFscid to pipduc.fd 100 Uanwf's on n,n lultUl daily WJgthUI, a f Okla., is xt Mir. James Gentry in.(cimtly bieiiame Vuougih Tiae oang woniftn, ,who .t'ie wihytqw. First lit Mtnuck M'. wi4 Mrs. itty PiUgMt Jaiio pnpv.)"! t;h showing since which time It (van tfled lw,v,lng nra,de 11 qrlmlnal o,ttatk on iMn. bed aide of Ills atstex, Mrs. axilla a tho back of on una.uap.-u'i'nMrs. Hay Miiain Ka(el, i qf Mr. Qpple ICUiUnger nayrity Cnom lw jiipducMr. 1V1 ntrko 10'Aer itllgglns, an tLS'pl Kioxrn Into a Hiqaver. mtyl yae,rday, ft qhiMlc (w V t,he llo. to Mr. fia.11 Mor,ton's fapm. c.ttzein, who thinking tint as tlio "pawners' frldtid," (waa lynch-o- d Is e,vnU miles ,6rom mny Mr. J. T. Ianlel and wife ot aniauivt, land a note aildnaiHtll "to th NfViiluviii liad cJkP?d, Cell upn Ma Mr. and Mrs. J. It. Klntley will move o,f ,tfii by t,liS .nvlot). f3tflit siting relattira In t'lN tlon and Inlksateji an (mpott,ant p.en-sloTenn., Is lii'pTui n-- on p. tUp B,lrl, wh0 - to ive tainm iiaoaiVd by Mr. Itay (Fpiug-'itknti and sliouted to HtaYtfin for re toilng dtllfld by at Rawklns. Callturnfcx'ii one lltitte .tour lOtheir wwlU qontmunlty. qair yieara agio." SCw liful oAmait Blven;dS. iWhUz'uig iftUti of 0 rir Little Jam,s T. Uranjae s ill of IiAturklans, wv brousht In t(hd first lynftlilng rtM ou,t pf blw ordlaa,t'. Tho fflrgqM'ai Mrs. Holla Carden of Irvlngtpn wiio-hathe InciVieAt. Tihie mattiamd ,wa' fDlglitjjmtd ol.Ud.iwn, tihe womin and s'jilke. 3Wi)l tluaipil allies dviw buon vtotlm wa, dtv lunknawn netgtK) acauscl bem t .the bedlnis ot heir '!'-er-, trom Valcmtlne 1. 3aiit!oa Wl irA ous,pl-'p- r spent was brokt3in Into a jUhqitsanl Mr. D. Maddox, LontavUle, Ky.. jujhilift Iniaetl and u number uf VP lelU will of ihaylng attakrtd a Mrs. Sudle Hoover far porno tlnv. re1 mailed fnam California. pSepes by conilnigln contact inWi a q'i,rbtmas wtiek wjlth Ihts rw((n,ts( Mr. ' Tyler. 'iVcx., furnjUhed Hie orVy lnitaii:-be diril-, ' turned home yesterday. heavy lvic.h n t)(io aUtlon (vvilUng-- 1 and Mrs. M. P. Maddox, and n. Jpsse victim, .was buried ut UNi wilwpe ,th rtwqlved icits flwnl mu, ms.alster, South Qa(rnaUqn room. SfiVfinil Costs Jobs. Turkey Trot It wliA n nesm rwflio )iail coufeaiet k Sets $1 Limit on Corset. U. S. Populatioi, fx cutit pt ly.-lQnrttd iqv'jfir (thoj'i ibis, Sallle Drakie the glass that was Itoirtion. Mass.. Jan. t'w ult &r Nwv Yo,rk. Jan. l.- -ln WashtngVu, Jan, latest the mhen tha cuspldrr arosjhqd rhraugih the itaiusilter, Jlirs. C(ldW iNlqhoHis W oulh Her Sixth Husband. twkiw Hiro.t (In the die Wtc,Y.n of " and pouniwl Xe.i UiUE(ltt by Mr. ' ' tlmate of itihie population of oati'jIiihiij-- al wlndqw. Oarrpllton. Hospital ooat Mies1 WiVSia-VhUiM)burg, Ky Jain. iBIaakVt llplton o.f Jeptsey OVV aiynni AU at United SlaUH places ttte lbrun a nunse, atd , Tr. Qffkyir Swijarcitu, w Wp frtuyllng on Mr. and Mis. Hrpinian iMdlpston w.ra i:cUon of Lrtta'ier qaun-tC. llolton, Ciianftsllor .Oiwsuiot. In the 60UiM-rultetl ilnto tlip jwati- - guests .of Mrs. AAdlngfpfnls swxnts neir 94.496,000 on January , 1U. IMtls "n n.aiVfan. the iplai'orip, w.j.1 qitairtea O. Slaughter, Jua Jjtnpi Jores, aaa3l sixty, f'iM A m yttym caij cane .up diy was used by the (Trvpfiupy lDi3(;ii(tn.iit jar negro:!, anl Bvml qnly I Oantentown trinity. (V.'lr iobs. Tihjs utoiry heOflfTif3 knfjti W married to Miry Dijjcvn, asgi nemnly now .CJiatnh'irs at Jiirsi.'y PJy ihp,t at tfi be-- j r.- - exports iS. B. Hunter wpp in HanVftitvI in attwiiUiV t(W ppcuftaoU. w.hirp a utoflt tln I sLxtli ptinliifnlal day. " a IW was a Hufflilent umuunt It waa tlip btldd'a th-In ctivulAtloo In total mpney mwgJit.KVld- - fqre It was Qnowwh ltaiys and FVx waC4 qtn,Uy. Nurt and njhyislcJAn imjandJ lp ordinarily pav veniure, alt ot, lifer frxn.rn.sr 1 Jn wAW wwan wa( V) (Hftqtford country on that data $3,M0,TJ7iS0. th by on standing 4'UrJng ut paph qthe,r.' (IUJ Knank Tlc'vonv .qenrr the diet kltqhjen liavlttg died. It was Ki(i itj'jVni Uur l tor a coo. H uU of cloUtea, ajicf8it pco- - capltn was VU.Ti tftt-- d Vw.t h liyl hqorn PMd imhei Monday. t "lj jfir "of Hhow and tt about th of tlie gropn of tle tnUt9ie. Was Profitable to "It CLAIMED BY DEATH1 l nail the I'wmciillp'. "for winvn l $ or flOJ fir n suit f cIjiVips wlt'4 l,'l' to ri ! lprtljW par,! lis nriil pUla ti r!-wh'i rmi. Noted Turfman and Soldier Ex- turn jtiy-B;tit If. iii mi par; of a liMUinri'it duty pires in Lexington After tj ClliIo Ui wrrt.ni of auifilru ntlir fount MP.-n- kniA." Fox "cuas!" hint. nth lo (hradqimpVrs and fwlll city ayvrX on .Mowiuy. DOZEN FOR " Evansville Police All Many Packages Being Received And Forwarded At Quaran-teene- d. EACH OFFICE Democrats Favor mary For Office. 's2rt) Producers. 'I -- Jlaj-tfor- d qus lJil Of' Non-Partis- an nea.t-fltttr- ri nerj ao'e'l a fi.- r-,u jt ia rrrii " d, bt oion Xn-- w-- 1 )ur ip Il"oe-ntly- , iw auiil rtttv f I uir lm mj Aiid-tiuttl'- to Ge'ai '' ,',-a- Xo-- v-- i n dn-elon- I'lo-almn- MIPI dimiLL wlii. tf-- op . "iM-ojih- l'i isiiwiu -- .,!-- x-k- tl-r- nre ' g, lll ;o-p- lo t pout-mast- pp tj lin 'eca-'livln- . fl"-- e -- ii itU-trl- n lt ty ip .' r-s'- CjI-t'a- e. t, tta pi sW. Jiotaii-dVi- lvi ot iKci-tuck- ar w.t ilVV '11 x inV-Tk- T i te pri-'l- 3, b.-a- iW) V - 1 yai ti Oiu-Jstt- a l, sep-enit- (3 ao n:-gr-o, tv trtylwrl (pclf! -- g (Xai-jt- olr olu lir Dw-bur- g, n. ry . tij pneu-nwnl- a. s 1 1 d. s iiv r : n t.vt , 'Jia t r n y. ,u l, illrq fnifai) a tr A. '.'Sii.oiamte i&mk&iA&fa '"p7W',,-."- ' -r v" I "tr money to MI3S Dalzlel himself. Why not? Everything about tho little flat nnd Its two occupants beopoko refinement as Jarnlgan entered the Dalzlel apart- ments. Ho was asked to sit down. uudiiiuoo in uu itwui a oiai Miss Dalzlel told a pitiful story. IT WAS EVER THUS .. now aeniimcni iiuuiu riUUI UI i, ., l MORA'S BLUE EYES cf the I , pofimr iiidilnd tho flics. "It neari imvph a clrl crazy trying to dlscour had been on tho trip before ami sho nso 'cm. I don't know v.hother tli'ojJ reported that sho had tho timo of nr uu atuck on thnmsolvos thoy cani ' her life. believe nny human woman wouldn v "Tho trip to Escannbn was a dream. i,.,b m iinnth w tn Joy at Doing no- .. 1..1 .tIt Tho cnpiain anu sanors coum noi no tI(,(,(I by t10m or whether uicy are jum nough for us. It was moonlight and npiilnnr.. siunld. Bollovo mo, I kuow .,, m tilmver!" felt as tho lnko looked beautiful. If I was on a prlvato yacht. It wns utcnographT lie?" asked-thperfect .1111 wo started back. from across tho hall. '.'At Escannba they loaded tho boat inquired Miss Fattershall. with tons of Iron ore The vessel sank oIsn,. tll0 r,,iiin.iiits of her lintn sand- deeper and decrer Inlo tho water, uu - w)ch (latnty In tho air. "Why. Mr. til It bognn to look llko a submnrlne. i ,JIuwur lg tno oniy 0no out of cap- Then when wo started for Chicago wo Jy tml.g wll0 h allIui no jdsl wero towing a barge loaded with j fof 1.ll,jr,,rfg ,,ut 0n by inr. moro tons nnd tons of ore. but 1 couldn't see It inai way noi "Wo had been on our way a day, tho prospect of Jimmy's getting when I saw that tho sky looked llko with pay after Now Year's! Mr. moro lead, with ugly yellow streak across Is tall and looks as though It. I said to Mrs. Clark, 'I think wo Blower varnished. You know that ho was ' shall have n storm.' varnished collar nn cuffs, an "You know how optimistic sho Is! i kind nn1 teeth nn' everything! hnlr With that sky above us, sho gayly 'I don't believe ho ever snt down "aj remarked, 'Oh. do you think so?' clothes wero pressed till hn "It wns not long before tho storm fter his our house. I never saw sucJi cot to broke. Tho wind camu suddenly and mnn. Thorii tho rnln came down llko nn overturned n norfectlv Immaculate a thine to object to In thall sen. Wo hurried Inlo the protection line. Ho was nlways just right nuj of tho cabin nnd watched tho storm. mo so "It was nwful tho way tho boat guess that's why ho mado tired. crenked. I will say nothing about "He's manager for tho third floor at tho way it rocked. The ropu which pulled tho bargu broke like a thread. Pickle's factory and ho can tako a taxi In n few minutes It seemed miles whenever ho wnnts to. That kind dazzled mo at first after hanging to J n way, "Presently I saw a sailor make his street car strap nil the way horn, way to tho lifeboat. I watched him but constant luxury soon palls. "I treated that man to moro varieanxiously. Ho was working at tho ties of snubs that you could count and ropes. "I said to Mrs. Clark, 'Ho Is going ho Just hung around all tho steadier. to lower the lifeboat and you must When I snapped his head off ho mere. ly murmured that ho liked my spark know what that, means.' "Sho did not nnswer me. but pushed.. UnK vivacity and when I sulked ho tho screen door open nnd rushed up admired my dignified reservo. I for to tho man, pulled his sleeve and got engagements with mm ana no Kepi asked, 'Aro you going to lower this right on asking me. Why, do you lifeboat?' He paid no attention to know, If I evor forgot to keep an with Jimmy he'd drop mo her. "Sho came back, threw herself Into llko n hot potato! You can't fool a seat and sobbed. 'I shall never seo i with Jimmy! But Mr. Blower, ho Just camo right on. I'd keep him waiting my husband again.' ,her. "Tables and chairs wero bIIiIIiik i an hour whllo I dressed and when I "That letter." ho told her later, about. In despair I dropped upon tho enmo down. Instead of his gnawing "gave me a clue. I acted upon the floor. Oh, why did I ever come! his cane with rage, I'd find him comtheory that Hope was In mortal terror Tons of Iron below me! I could seo , fortably reading a last month's maga-zinof the man ho had sent to prison. I the boat go down Into tho lako llko -. HKi l)A i bribed a newspaper friend near the IV "If ho brought mo flowers I'd pin a cannon ball. Ohio penitentiary to print a story of "'I know when I strlko tho water,' them on so they'd drop nnd get lost the convict s escape. I saw mat nope I cried 'I'll go straight to the bottom.' before we worn n block away and got It. Our bank detective shadowed "Fay answered, despairingly, 'Wo when It was candy I always gavn It to him. He went to a lonely house and all will. There'll bo no other placo my little brother boforo him, saying I couldn't eat that variety of bunbuns. secured the stolen gems. Thence he to go!' proceeded to a railway ticket office, "Like a flash all tho mean things No, I wasn't ashamed of myself, he might have had less conceit and then we nabbed him, finding the I had ever dono rushed through my ..HIV gems upon him. The chain of evimind. I nuver knew before that crisis nnd moro sense! A perfect lady hasn't dence was complete." on the lako that thcro were so many much of any way of telling a man he's' t a baro and a back number with htr "Oh, how shall we thank you?" of them. cried Ida. her eyes suffused with "Suddenly Fay Jumped up. 'I am except by the Indirect lighting sys mingled tears of Joy and gratitude. goln to put on a Ufo preserver,' shu tem and If he's as blind aa a bat &-that Isn't her fault! Jarnlgan, the man with no sentiexclaimed. "You Aro Sure of That?" "Well, I had to get rid of Mr. BlowoA ment, looked her In the eyes. "There was none In sight Wo began to hunt frantically. Tho boat somehow, because Jimmy was boitln- "By giving me your love. If you 'J3ji!S. Usually chary of glances or nlng to paw tho air and brcatho bardh pitched us In every direction. i that took time, and there- can," he said, and for reply sho "Wo looked on tho celling, on tho and I didn't want any duel on ourl fore cost money, as was his wont, placed both her hands within his own. "Nora, Is It Too Late?" He asked front doorstop an' my picture In thoi Will to nnrl mn tnrn tVtn niioKlnnu n Softly. Jarnlgan was about to give the case (Copyright, 1912, by W. O. Chapman.) tho chairs. There was no sign of Ilfo ,,0p,cr8 laboIe1. 'HPauWul ttn' wealthy the attention it might require, when with laughter again. Nora was never preservers. Where could those men! oclet Krl. heroine of a romance!'! 3ic noticed that a Bhapely gloved hand OP WUHLU IHU&VUM sad for more than a fow minutes tohavo put them? At last Mrs. Clark Not for mo! I havo a Uttlo prldoi 2ml pushed the book over to him. gether. found them In a closet, covered with left! The bank man looked up sharply Interesting Legends " "Sure, Nora, Are "How do you suppose I got-- rid ofl Insect powder. Wo pulled them out to stare steadily. He was looking nected With FamousThat Sophia Con- said the youngthis Is a bad business (Copyright. 1312. by VT. a. Chapman.) doctor, sitting down In Mr. Blower now, honest? Perfectly St. and each grabbed one. the fairest face he had ever seen. , 'Into beside her. "I hear you're to bo Constantinople. "Fay was wriggling Into hers It simple, my dear, and I'm telling you In It was that of a young girl, very neat- married." JUDGE WILLING TO PLEASE looked llko a doughnut I had on a" ca3 yu et desperate somo time, ' f her eyes seemed to "Famed throughout the world for Its "That I am," answered Nora, lookcork Jacket with tho back to tho front Bamo a8 ' waB- - ' suddenly began mosque of ing sldewlse at him. beauHfu, Protesting Prisoner Escaped With Tie it!' I kept on screaming to them. dropping hints to blm what a wonder appeal for sympathy and kindly atten- - gt Soph,aarchItecture, the hag a ,egend tfjat acqu,re8 "It's a bad business," Bald O'FlanaLight Sentence After He Had Put Mrs. Clark had one on and was fully tine cook I was and how I hated l,. is It, miss? spoke Jarnlgan. ', sudden Interest now," writes a Euro- - han again. "Who Is It, Nora darlln'?" trying to got Into ano3kr. Wo wcro pounding a typewriter all day when Up an Argument. "What "You mustn't pean of the all sneezing becauso of the Insect my soul Just longed for a gas ran go ... .. 1,c.wU.t..uw """ " "- - News. correspondent tho mosqueDaily nor squeeze mycall mo that. Serglus, hand," said Nora "Originally was and a sack of flour and a reclpo book. Judges were very considerate In powder. flcnstom. "Ah. I see," he added as ho a Christian church. The priest primly. "I wouldn't havo thought It the old days. Lord Brampton, In his "Mrs. Clark ran to tho door for I said tho dream ot my llfo was to opened the book and found enclosed was in the act of celebrating mass on of you. Doctor O'Flanahan." time delicious things fresh a check for five hundred dollars, that memorable 29th of May. 1453, "I'm not squeezing it, Nora; I'm "Reminiscences," relates a story Il- 'Thero air.the'Oh, girls,' she called. havo would to cook your mouth and molt In lustrating this: is steward bringing us tea. that signed "Robert Dalzlel." when Sultan Mohammed rodo his Just holding It," said Serglus, and, as Baron Martin, a famous EnElish lur-- And tho lifeboat Is still In Its placo!' that sometimes when I could persuade "I see. And this Is his bank bcok. horse Into the sacred edifice, followshe made no protest, he continued 1st of the old school, whose "Fay and I made a dlvo for tho mother to go and visit her sister I native le "Very good," continued Jarnlgan. "Ho ed by his victorious Turks, and be- holding It "Who Is tho lucky man?" niency and sense of fun often placed door. Yes, there was tho lifeboat! I got tho dinner. wishes to draw out his entire ba- gan slaughtering the Christians. The ho continued. "Is It Piggy "Ho actually stuttered trying to Bay him at the mercy of tho very mcn.bo could hardly bellevo it lance and the check Is made out to priest fled from the altar, passing "By this time tho steward camo up. fast enough that he'd llko so much to waa trying, was onco nbout to senyou." through a small door behind It. but "Now do jou think that I'd bo after tence an old offender charged with a 'Is the boat going to sink?" cried Mrs. bo Invited to one ot my own dinners "I do not wish tho cash," explained when the pursulm? Turks reached the marrylag MiicShane?" cried Nora insomo time, and after hesitating coyly petty theft. Clark. tho young lady. "I would like to havo j spot. Intending to follow tho priest, dignantly. "No, Indeed it Isn't." " 'Sink? No. everything Is all right; I said ho might havo tho chance soon. "Look," said tho baron, with an asthey found but a blank wall the door 'the account carried In nty name "Then It's Terry MacBride; bad sumption of severity; "I hardly "Mother Is peculiar she's so frightknow he Bald. had disappeared, and all traces of the luck to him," cried Serglus. "I knew now." " 'Why, that sailor was loworlng the fully honest so I had to get lmr out what to do, but you can take six I fugitivo wero gone. But tho story he'd get you, Nora, lf you didn't take months." "Could not your brother come with of the house beforo I could turn t lifeboat," shrieked Fay. es tuat when once again the mosque care. Is It MacBride?".. 3ou for purposes of Identification?" "The captain came In at that min- trick. Sho nearly gavo mo heart "I can't take that, my lord; it'B ' "No, It Isn't MacBride," said Nora too much," "My brother," replied the girl In of st- - sPllIa becomes a Christian said tho prisoner, respect- ute. 'Ho was sent to fasten It moro easo tho last minuto by sayln s voico very near to tears, "is in placo of W0"S"'P. tho wall will open of faintly. "And pleaso pleaso don't fully but firmly. "I can't take It securely,' said tho captain. guessed shs wouldn't go to 't8 own accor'l ni'I reveal the secret ask. mo. You'd bo so Jealous." Wlson " "'Then why couldn't ho say bo?' Jessie's that day after all but I Your lordship sees I didn't steal very whIch ,th? u! l '" "Then I know who It Is for sure," much, after all." Jarnlgan did not reply. Ha felt a I ly got her started. Maybo I did cried Mrs. Clark. celebrat,on said the young doctor. "It's Ellin i The baron indulged 11,;0"?ud" strungo wave ot pity sweep over him. , tf0?hl0r "I never could tell you how those rush homo from the otllco that nlgl n O'Flaherty. Ellis, who always boasted low, cnuckllng laughs In one of his men laughed. Wo began to pull Then, methodically, us usual, ho made , at .1 told my kid brother and slater th.v before replythat he'd get you and went to Chicago ing: out a new book, and presented It with thTnrwr.h.l,oivreflC0J,n, ed those life preservers. When mine, If they so much as peeped at anything , four yars ago and mado his pila clia necessary documents to the girl. "Well, that's very true; ye didn't camo off I looked as if I had been they had to oat that night I was no candles built Into tho fattening pigs." M, m. ho Bolllofiuiz-- d. as she thank- steal much," he said. "Woll, then. rolled In Insect powder. It was a longer a sister ot theirs and then , ap80 of thll m h, "And what If ho docs fatten pigs, ye can take four mouths. Will .. 0a ed him In a low tone, nnd ho wnlH.,l i., -- ..., that comfort to see tho other two look as I set to work. ineso "Sugared tho soup and spilled tho If they had Just escaped from an 3itr graceful form cle.ir to tho door v.iriBuun lesuvai alight. Canutes aro Serglus O'Flanahan?" oxclaimed Nora do four months?" supernaturally set When theso indignantly. "He's worth his ten saltbox into tho boiled cabbage and asylum. way. "Nay, my lord, but I can't take that, candles aro qulto burnt down Into their thousand dollars today, Is Ellis, If he's '"My puffs are gono!' cried Fay, burned tho meat till It was llko Somehow tho Incident lingered In sockets the Turkish domination will either," was tho reply. a feeling her flattened head. 'Thoy leather and flavored tho gravy with tho mind of tho bank man. Somu-ho- be over, and tho mosque of holy wis- worth notpenny. Mind you," sho added, saying that It Is Ellis, , "Then tak' three." vanilla. I'd bet no cannonball was too, ho hoped tho j;lrl would dom will bo a Christian church once "I'm "That's nearer tho mark, my lord," wcro brand nowl though." "'It won't raattor,' said Mrs. Clark. over harder'n tho biscuit I turned oul tho prisoner Bald, approvingly. "But conio egaln. Several days passed by. moro. "I know it's Ellis," answered SerI mado an apple plo that was nnd one morning on elderly lady "Tho Balkan allies aro now wander-In- g glus O'Flanahan gloomily. "I knew I'd rather you mado It two, lf you will 'Brown puffs do not match yellow and lumpy and half dono lnsldo and not hair.' bo so kind." a check for twenty dollars, how far tho candles have been conget. you. always "'Insect powdor In my hair?' sweet enough and with a doughy signed by "Ida Dalzlel." Tbo receiv- sumed, and hoping that the present he'deverything. Ho Do you beat me out "Verra well, then, tak two," said of romembet the Judge, with the air ot one who tough ing teller sent her to Mr. Jarnlgan. year may witness the fulfillment of is 'screamed Fay. 'It's all that man's 'worso cruBt and If thero's anything whoii ho won tho pig at tho fair by than that I'd bate to have to pleased to haro dono tho right thing 'fault!' "That Is nil right." observed Jarnl-jja- this ancient prophecy." staying on tho mule when I gol '"Did you really think you wore cat HI at last "And mind, don't come again. scanning tho signature, "but you pitched Into tho mud? Ho was al "Oh, It was a splendid dinner of Its going down?' asked tho captain. v.lll haveto bo Identified." ways great on pigs, Ellis was. Ah If you do I'll give yer well. It all deGroping for a Genius. "'Did wo think we wore going kind and I hoaped that Blower man's pends!" "I fear I do not know anybody Anybody, from tho mlllioualre plate. I mado him eat two bolplngs Nora, If only you hadn't turned me 'down!' we cried In chorus. down town," said tho lady. "I Hvo to a cook, can wrlto a good play. down down when I asked you, boforo I left "He looked at tho general disorder jof everything-the- ro was plonty bo- This Forty and a Blttock. with Miss Dalzlel." Is a fact, and must bo true, because the Old Sod to walk a lonely wanderupturned tables, stripped chairs, Ufa Icause tho kids couldn't swallow a The novelist, Barrle, has given a preservers and contents ot "I am sorry," said Jarnlgan, "but all of thorn, laying asldo for tho mo- er over the earth. Twlce I asked you closets on thing and stared at mo bo bewildered new phrase, a Scottish phraso which the floor and our disheveled appear- at tho handout sister had cooked, I we havo a strict rule as to Btrangers. ment their overmastering modo, will and each time you' said no." )ly the way," and ho felt a conscious tell you so. "Twice!" exclaimed Nora. "Why, may bo adopted Into the English lan ance. Then ho turned to the steward mcarly died laughing lnsldo! flush, "tell Miss Dalzlel I will snd This Is what the manager of a Ellis asked mo seven times before he guage. It is to tako the placo of the and said, with a wink, 'It's the worst ' "Toward the plo Mr. Blower began tho cash by messenger, who will ex- great theatrical business In Now York sailed and wrote me five times after awkwardly polite terms of "a woman storm we've had lu thirty years!'" getting pale and soon aftor he said plain to her how she may 'O. K.' her said tho other day. he must bo going. I told him I bad ward. Why didn't you try me again, of uncertain age," or "on the wrong sldo of forty," or "ot years of discrecheckB, so there will bo no further (so enjoyed having him Bee whatl "It Is tho hardest thing imaginable Serglus?" she continued softly. Justice for the Rooster. to And a good play. Our concorn has trouble when thoy come In." The young doctor edged closer to tion." His phrase is "forty and a bltA government bulletin on the egret couu uo in tho culinary line and ., .. lanl.l .,.. I. All that afternoon Jarnlgan was lu read a thousand plays a year for tho ward her. "You'd you'd have taken tock." A "blttock" is Scotch for a bit asserts that tho barnyard rooster fun ,D.U uo, n 1... uettu a wonaerru .i unit more or a short distance. It may 'nlshes a great many fancy feathon illuminating experience. strange mood. He went to the bank last sevon yeara, a total of seven thou- - me, Nora?" ho whispered. And a Then he saw that the tears stood In mean five years or twenty years. In 'that pass for "aigrettes." "Enormouj hasn't been near mo since) Not o illes and cot tho card address of the sand and out of that number we have Yale, Lillian Rusquantities of fancy feathers," says th wnai ao you think of that?" ifalr depositor. He caught himself not found a single play worth using. her eyes again. He clasped her In the case of Madame "I think you probably killed the tftilnklng of her In the very midst of Anybody can write a play but mighty his arms, and she did not resist but sell or that woman of lmperlsbablo report, "are used by American mllll youth, Sarah Bernhardt, It mlghl ners, but many that go for algrettei man with your cooking," replied. important business. Then he arrived fow can write It righL" The Popular lay there. sienograpner from across the1 h; "Nora, Is It too late?" he asked mean even more years beyond forty are rooster tails." at a decision. Ho would take tho Magazine. Chicago Dally News. ' I 1 ! 1 !. 1 ne g Ellis Island. Her brother, Ernest, had been for, years tho trusted employe of a largo Dy HAaOLD CARTER. By ALVAH JORDAM GAnTH. diamond house. One day he was hr- Jwnlgan rat at his rtrtk In the bank reited. Forty thousand dollars worth I Dr. Serglus OTIana'aan, statloni at supremely satisfied wtl himself, with of gems were found missing. Dalzlel his post In the great receiving voom examining Vi Institution of wlitch he was an was accused. A few KCiall diamonds nt Kills Island, let his handsImmigrants fall upon llclcnt and valued official, and with , were found In his desk, placed there for trachoma, tho results of a govd day's work. by some one, he declared. The stolen his apron and gasped. Ho found him-sol- f staring Into a sweet f.co upturned There was no sovltlmont about Jar- gems wcro not found, nnd he was nlgan, nt least m ho trdd himself. sentenced to tho penitentiary for ten twinkled with fun and then suddenly to his and Into two bluo oyes that SyHtcm was his iiobby. Face, manner years. and methods were nil made subser"Innocent!" insisted Ida, In tears. , clouded with sorrow. "Nora Mulcahy!" ha muttered. vient to a dignified unvarying rule. "And we know tho guilty one." I guess thero's nothing "Glory be I To Jarnlgan men fitted Into tho ban-- . "You nre Burc of that?" lnqsred tho matter with your eyes, Nora. How measure, or didn't. In otio caso llwy Jarnlgan, eager nnd Interested. wcro taken Into fostering financial , "Yes, It was James Hope, tho t'.Mef did you get hero?" "Whist! You're holding i tho linn, nrms protectlngly. Per contra, tho clerk. Ho placid tho guilt on my useless, tho delinquent and tho utter- brother. Ernest anys he knows that Serglus," said Nora. "I'll teo you aftly bad wcro cunt as rubbish to tho Hope has hidden tho gems away until erward at tho placo they'ro sending void. ho can safely dispose of them. Hopo me to, unless they won't let mo go No scheming promoter or "Not suf- Is a bad man. My brother found a there." Then sho was gono nnd Serglus ficient funds" man had over "put It letter to him, In which a convict In over" on Jarnlgan. He had the record the Ohio penitentiary charged him O'Flanahan was resuming his dally of the bank for sizing up a borrower with getting him Into trouble, and prosaic task of examining eyes. Ho just right, and shutting him off dead then leaving him to bear the brunt looked Into several hundred pairs that but-noof theso affected short at tho first hint of shrinking ot tho crime. Ho wrote that ho lived morning, deposits or insipid collateral. Two for but one thing to escape, and then him In the least Uko tho bluo eyes of Nora Mulcahy, his former sweetor three cases in this category had he swore to kill Hope." passed tho shrewd cynosure of tho "Have you that letter?" asked Jar- heart. "Mulcahy?" asked tho official to efficient cashier that day. Jarnlgan nlgan. whom ho npplled. Ho turned to his 'had been congratulated for discover-in"Yes." replied Ida. register. "That littlo Irish girl? a defect in a bond Issue tho In"Give It to me. I want to think They'ro holding her In tho detention very near han- over the case." stitution had come dling. He felt pretty good, and rubSomehow the progress of "tho caso" room until her matt comes. He was to let llur ,n bed his hands together with a pleased furnished an excuse to tho bank man !la,vo ?,et h(er' efln cme-- , I sense of being a strict follower of to call twice during tho next week. , . ou ou!iua uer in me deten"banking ethics, with no sentiment The one following ho appeared with tion room, herluunn plteously red, eyes her standing between his good judgment suppressed excitement and satisfacfaco white, her lips trembling. At the .and the best Interests of the bank. tion In his manner. A bank book was passed across the ' "Miss Dalzlel," ho said, as they sight of him a faint swllo came to her counter slab and directly under his were seated alone, "I havo good news lips, and presently sho was twinkling for you. The missing diamonds and I James Hope, tho man who stole them, lKF( a JKJSIW It fll are in the hands of tho police." "And my brother?" cried Ida, clasping her hands In suspense. I "Will be a free man within a fow days." There the overcome young lady It J fainted away, and, holding her In his arms and gazing on her lovely face, Jarnlgan took a final step ho kissed Rules and Governs Even the Most Dignified. J!.. One of Many Romances Ey Tjitucia " I,,.,.9..l8l" of Great Receiving Room at Th' ... li1!!! A few fefOfe r k s mawiair Lr & -- circt softly. "Wo wcro couplo of young fools to quarrel 07er nothing at all, nsthoro. And nil tho years l'vo boon In America l'vo been seeing your sweet fnco before me nlclit nnd dav. And when i wroto you from 7"-:iwncn i nau my last jou there, I was sum you'd ome out to rne, but you didn't ovon nnswer me. Wouldn't you rather tafco a flno, rising young doctor with a government Job than old Ellis O'Flaherty, with his ten thousand dollars and his pigsticking?" Nora was smiling up at him as she lay In his arms. "Yes, Serglus, darling, I'd llko to," sho whispered. "But now now that they've sent a tclegrnm to tho man I've como out to marry I'm afraid It's too late. Ho may bo hero any moment. And how would I look, walking off with tho doctor? lf only I'd known you wero here. How long havo you been nt Ellis Island, Serglus?." "A month last Saturday," tho doctor answered. "Why?" "O, nothing," sighed Nora. "Norn, nsthoro." whispered fc'cr- Clus, "It Isn't too late. I think I can squaro tho folks here. They enn't hold you so long as you've got como means of support. And I can support you, Norn, yes, even if I lose my place In consequence. And I guess a woman's always privileged to change her mind." "And what about Ellis, Serglus?" Inquired Nora demurely. "It Is Ellis, then?" "I'm not Baying It's Ellis," Nora protested. Serglus O'FIannhan snapped his fingers. "Nora," he said, "you always were a tcaso. If I'd had a grain of sense In tho old days I'd havo cap. turcd jou and carried you to the priest and mado you marry mo before you knew what I was doing to you. But Vt Isn't too lato yet. And us for a man who lets a chance like you slip through his fingers Isn't worth the having. Now I've got you and I'm going to keep you. Como along and see tho commissioner." Ho led her out of the detention room, along tho corridor, nnd up tho stairs to tho .room In which the offices of tho commissioner aro situated. He pausod at tho door. "I'd like to see you a minute, Blr," he called. "Como In, O'FIannhan," the commis sioner answered. "Let the lady como In. By tho way, here's a telegram Just come for you. I held It here, knowing you'd bo up Tor tho board meeting. You'd better open It." Tho doctor tore open tho envelope and pulled out the missive lnsldo. Ho read: "Yes, Serglus. Nora." It had been from Newark. And the place of dispatch was Ellis Island. Nora was looking over his shoulder. Now, as ho began to understand, she snatched the telegram out of his hands. "Don't you understand, you stupid?" sho whispered. "It wns you. I sent it to you at Newark when I landed here. It's you. you, you, you, and not Ellis O'Flaherty at all." A sound behind them mado them start The commissioner, with his back turned, was coughing exceedingly loudly. "I beg your pardon, doctor," he said, turning round. "What was It that you wanted to see me about?" El-lire-se- ALL THE MAN'S FAULT Ey GERTRUDE MILLETT. SHE GOT RID OF HII By HELEN MILLER. "Somo men aro born poll remarked Miss Pearl Fattcrl Mm Htmincrnnher from across tli! fta tM(,y ftt0 "No," said Bella, "I'll not go with ygu on n lako bont this year. I have too vivid n recollection of my last lnko trip. .Mrs. Clark Invited mo toi wltl, lmr ntl.l V.1V nil en tn n freight boat. I was delighted. Fay t,cr nooll Baudwlchea I , ! ( 1 I 'mbfP I Mac-Shane- I -- ?r ;' "'."S" u-- fd 1.,.,..'. Tl .' I o I I pro-isent- . r. s ? flifcw., -- "v Wr yf ;tiwtsi" ''- fY . a iyfrUfcs W.ii . f GREAT AUK'S EGG? Maybe, but Nevertheless, It Arrived at the Breakfast Table In a Scramble. By MARGARET MANNING. Professor Ferdinand Hrlnckhofcn wandered Into tho kitchen of his sura-tn?- r bungnlow, on tho Mnlnu shore. na washing tho dinner His wlfo dishes. "nilcn, my dtar," ho said, "Doctor Cavendish, of the Natural History museum, will bo hero this afternoon. Can you get up a meal for him? Helms to start. eck Jomorcow morn-Inr.- " i 9 TrirvirvrTLT:fl I a This is Duke's Mixture Umbrella Whether you smoke Duke's Mixture In pipe or cigarEverywhere tt U the ette, it Is delightfully satisfying choice of men who want real, natural tobacco. Gtw-e&VWUAA- I SuM. In each 5c sack there are one and a half ounce of choice Virginia and North Carolina tobacco pure, mild, LnouRh to make rich best sort of granulated tolucco satisfying cigarettes many the kind that makes rolling popular And with each sack you get a present coupon and a book of cigarette papers free. l T5k i g co Get an Umbrella Iree The coupons can be exchanged for all sorts of valuThe list includes not only smokers' articles able presents but many desirable presents for women and children-umbrellas, "I suprosc b Vcrdlnand," onswered his wlfo, a lltils tartly. "You know, of course, that wo haven't much In tho houso to offer a guest. However, I'll do my best, and If he will bo satisfied with it he's welcome. Why Is ho coming all this distance just to spend the night with us?" Professor Drlnckhofcn put his arm round his wife's waist and kissed her. "I know you're busy, Ellen," he said. "Next summer wo'U get a maid." And he wandered out, whilo his wife went on washing. She dried the last plate and set it aside. "I wonder Just why Doctor Cavendish is coming hero for one night," she said to herself. Professor Drlnckhofcn engaged a rowboat and pulled round to the railroad terminal, where ho arrived Just In time to greet Doctor Cavendish as his visitor stepped out of his car. "Well, what did you think of my letter?" he aBkcd, after the customary greetings had been interchanged. Doctor Cavendish took his friend by the arm. "My dear old enthusiast," he answered, "to be frank with you, cameras, gloves and masks, etc. rackets, toilet articles, catcher's tennis RAL LEAF. GRANGER TWIST. tfufims Com FOUR ROSES (10c tin dvuHr cuptm). PICK PLUG CUT, PIEDMONT CIGARETTES. CUX CIGARETTES, mod Wut (4j e toupam tutud tr ui. for it on a postal, today. Ctmfxml t'm Dutrt Mtztutt may tt attofltd wUt tail I'om HORSE SHOE, J.TTINSLEY'S NATU- - During December and January only we tvill send our illustrated catalogue of presents FREE to an y address. Ask the subject until the men came In. Doctor Cavendish with smiles. "Como, Cavendish, I want to Ehow yon my laboratory," said Ilrlnckliofcn, dniRBlnR his friend away as soon as ho decently could. They wont Into tho professor's littlo baro room and bejfnn discussing tho great discovery. "Of course It goes to tho museum, Brlnekhofen," said Cavendish. "It will bo worth a thousand dollars to you." "A thousand dollars!" exclaimed tho professor. "You are Joking, Cnvrndlsh. Why, tho ccg alono would bring that at miction." "Yes, yes, I'm BpcaklnC abvot the egg," said Doctor Cnvendlah Irritably. "What aro you Bpeaklng tn.ut?" "Why, the Buk, of course. Don't you know that I put it there bo that it would hatch? Why, we'll have a real live bird, Cavendish. I shall sell It to tho Zoological society, and I'll patch up tho egg after It has hatched out, and I'll let you have that for a thousand. And the bird will lay more eggs, and I'll get a thousand apiece for those too, and" "I say," Interposed Cavendish, "remember It Isn't hatched yet. If I were you I would tell Mrs. Brlnckhofen about It." "Tell Mrs. Brlnckhofen! Why, she'd tell the neighbors and they'd steal It or do something to It! Never trust a woman. No, It Is safest Just where it is." They argued with somo lack of equanimity until dinner time, when Mrs. Brlnckhofen ejected them Into tho dining room. "Hum! I'm hungry as a bear," said Doctor Cavendish, pulling his napkin across knees. "What havo we here? Scrambled eggs? Fine!" "I don't know whether you like scrambled goose eggs," said Mrs. Brlnckhofen. "They say they're very nice. I found one under our biddy It must have been laid by one of Mr. Giles's geese, for It wasn't there last time I looked. So I thought that as we hadn't many eggs I'd try what it tasted like." "Woman!" gasped tho professor, springing to his feet, "do you mean to sayyou you scrambled that egg?" "Yes, dear," said Mrs. Brlnckhofen sweetly. Thtfn Bhe welcomed (Copyright, 1912, The Love Letters of a :e I T?7" y'y cf rial k vrV' v.. ' 1 v t . issue a stri 3 wrincn over fifty jean no by fi: cf our national lierrvo to Ills sweetheart during the period of 'Gt to '65. This creat ecncr.il will o fawn to posterity ns having accomplished one of the mott brilliant feats of arms in the history of the world. He was as great n lover as ho va a gcricral threfors thee letters combine authentic history and exquisite romance. They S'ltf-.- d' a human nntr th.- tin mhr, ,,..!. f iJIrS!!!? hv '!0? '? dc.Md! '"'. " wo !t is ""lance, ' " nlstory. it h E attff ,?,m!,s tin, Mondcrful .eries-- an insiJc ! r.o. cf the rw!yCant published for the first time and containing all now the (rcfihnM of a contemporary happening. incse letters i rnpAouliaru. - un now our mtf rpt irnm hr.t in irt.M, r:n .. i. i; - ....i latr love-littc- rj - '''" n l'le Kvcm1r '! . V f.fM tf (nm w.w tni lnrn - .w.6-w- . I k. i Tie riclnrul .'.erievr v to. v Pictorial Review v 15 Cent JKWnlJiitiSl. Nctr luikCilr a Copy One Dollar a Year Enclosed please V una 25c ior wnicn vcae nd mo P.R.for Nov., Dec. and Jan. Kame v " and Liberal Commtsttons to oar Agtntt, Ask far Particulars r THF PlfTADIAI DTWirilr ef . $10,000 in Cash Prizes X 22 We.t 39th St., '1rfurwf New York City W ! by TV. O. Chapman.) HOT BREAKFAST MEANS MUCH Success or Failure of the Day pends to a Large Extent on TAi De- l JM VM WX First Meal. Premium DepL fk i2mtvsrAvrajP until 7 t!ey iVisyl at o'clock, "Good Heaven, Brlnckhofen, It UI" tt Isl I I am sceptical wholly sceptical. It sounds too good to be true. If you Like Finding Money. had told me that you had discovered ii CMt. Vwncxn Signal.) a buried Indian village or a dozen The ttv.il pjck.i0 by J.iro,il po?L to asteroids I would have accepted your v ww word without question. But a great arrhe u.t Sit. V.rnou ppl-ottf- f lYiylted by Junvvi Marat Xipim Dr. M. auk's egg no, my friend. You have Going Far From Home. FrtnnuiBton, or Ilarlha, Ky., containing probably mistaken the egg of a (IVxliv;tvi Untold.) a Nefv YHr' Wlrt pt flruHs. caivlleJ. crested grebe or tufted puffin for that t LevAnfitcn Kausi:e etc. The prpJarra as tnfi Vive ippun'ls eta.nipi of the auk." "But the great auk did range as far piMt wewt to Krl-- , P.i.. KirlJay by jtri of tlip Ji"w vurlrty, which i41l be filed south as Maine In the last century!" qr 32 cn'K. n,way as ewtrnlsp. TSio ex,pivps on Uili cried the professor. packawo woubl lvve wn 'Si unt, it(lnr-fD"And the last specimen was shot In 1844." r rtwJm; of CO jir vitt. Come On, Ye Delinquent. ' "No, Cavendish. In 1912. I tell you (HoLjMnUllfl JUiraldO It was an auk. I shot the brooding Now tltal li'ie jivcel j- -t Is tinlc.r The Postmaster Surprised. bird, but It fell Into the water and way iinil we qui rwmle oAmiytt anydrifted out to sea before I could get (Maysvillo I'ubltc Leilpicf.) lira!!, w .tjM thing prul vwytWn,r by a boat. But the egg It was an auk's a- Mifjietta wpus klml,-ivrt be avftre to warMim a bljf nJa egg, and It was warm. I took It home IIiuj Via. bonUVvd yi'stfirduy .when t''o 1U fcmt'k and I'm Incubating it" oaurfc-- y an or I Uve OVo VaU'f ,lulU'y Wo.'ka batK 1 of on tub4cv?t(oo. "What does Mrs. Brlnckhofen think up to Vw mail-tiof tlie of It?" 1Iiib d j I PDiitoffJcs and afVr an bour'w wurk dj- -, "She doesn't know anything about Slow To Get On To It. positeU on Vw Xlflow mi J fliMes l.OJ 1., of course. I don't believe In tell(IWV"'! ing my wife a professional secret ,.. m.., r. l A... .i. i....l, w;nKuii i'M' iuj.vdi hivm vwiuiiinia And the Joke ot It is" he nudged ; Cavendish in the ribs "It's IncubatIn U.e lvJ Qllt t(J v, UU3ll.lwlH. mny u ing with a clutch of eggs that she set , f t!w iallura U l.tn, f mvllca past w, u j out last week under one of our hens. tl'ini U tuiiridy ,wWi nu1aHjnn of the . ana tiiKrr (hi It couldn't bo safer anywhere." TJio jack,ji'l.ii.MU,Vui U V" rwil di,v1nu-.nt- , "Show roe!" said Cavendish scepajyyj, cww i,0X ujuly M,ra:nat Jjk ' Wwis do not ypt U.uioiw'Uy unlf and pfiekisl aivJ tliey t) tr HvwJ) evw'y tically, and they entered the rowboat Vifi lwuel jnt laov. and, a few minutes later, rounded the coumi'.ry on Vu globe. polut of land behind which the Brlnck-hofen- s had their bungalow. Village Rivalry. "There was where I shot her," said Helps the Print Shops, e Clarion.) the professor, pointing to the high, (Clay City Time".) W. S. Tl'iOTjiis was five fViM. to towering cliff. "I didn't mean to, eithThe nanjoel jos.t will ibo of untold er, a jva"1i6'9 hy anc?l r4t on but I was so excited that I couldn't . oMiyw-.UtivThe bear to think ot her getting away. 1, Q. O. PaAtwum followilrM,' ryilrk-l- y value to busload with the bjoand. M,r. l'tberpon as- Tlliioi lias alr.wly felt tN; bctiwflt of Now, before we do anything else we'll tft.U naw Uw. It ti w vtuty ni.v to go straight to the clutch." pired to be t,h" "rat wiibsr of a nauU They climbed the hill and entered 33n,i Ivb wu-to ruml ij,i)tltvi at u aw, Jut Oolwiin Giieirlnj: Is wiinncir the little garden of the bungalow. In nmall pa,'. i uf t)htut homw, one corner waa the hen house, and, In -o the center, seated upon a clutch of eggs surrounded with straw, was a Diamonds Sent Insured. The First Patron. gray hen, which looked at them with ,(ruiris Keiritikla'n-Cillzen- .) Sun.) i malignant eyes and half opened her A. J, 'VV.ln.ters, t'a iieltx, ivant t'io Clyle ljaiMiid yam w Hnt rtJf'11 beak as though to protect her treaOvroush Uw iisuiinoo sure. U Knof JoUl ,to trjiiU n rva..! P't flimt jiackntje o;f mC Die pimoej jjit from qUiio. dfpartcnent "Shoo!" said Profesor Brlnckhofen, pukoo t'lroujfh ,the jwukasw to JyiulavUte ti'iat J tiViP art affU. The cuiUfcatfi tnntfiln- - and the hen slowly rose and retired a He (vvl fi few paces, where It crouched with ooif Jilm rwil kfw tfitfi oO a nusmbita' of dlamndu. would )n.v flapping wings and an Irate expresby ewosa ujwl 16 partis by M cents sion. Professor Brlnckhofen plunged Flying Men Pall. ovp(i-fe- f 1'iue W-rjx mix C rreUI. (Letlms to stonvaoli, lhtr and kid no his hand Into the clutch and drew out tiianbl,ia Jait like otlur o'iopVj. iwiIMi like the precious egg. It was a little o larger than that of a goose. nimiU.1 In loss of wipoUVe, ba,oUuc;lie, uer heavens, Brlnckhofen, It isl tke, mid itlivrl. lbUi'j, It "Good yelled Doctor xuwiw. Fair Business at Owensboro. Is!" Cuvendlsh, and, MfJAntr.) tiaVlnir. Uut tfwinj's fta noatl carefully replacing It, he tOiiniSlo,no seized bis a; to flojl llkie (tia,t aa T, ,D. Bj.iblu4,l!ciiry, .The volume of bWilnva, Will9 Wf-friend round the waist, and the two p.t the TiJn., pirjied. "Six tiniVAia of UlruVk) graybearda executed a dance. lis ajtiitKeiraW, In'lUfl)' Mrs. Brlnckhofen watched them out "'mice lJ lJ us'd py ft BtW-,s- " he wir!tm, "illd juo, a ,to al u t kuqJ ivtiAt Vim of the kitchen window. lf .hljiiirs. bq'Jl tndl- - mw mw Bt,nnsrt'i l uixiLt wumbu"I uuppose that Is Doctor Cavennap.;- - all pWwr stowutyi iiwrtllds I u.i'tJ." jo 0'Ujj,vty-rWV xlluah r'amd firms. she pityingly. "I wonder tjlly 4o j.ttjr dish," they said dancing jtotal of J00 pjunfls. WW pTtpptl they help evwybo-lyIts a why are in the j wjiwn, n3st-ottttiia great rnuidy wltl dirjlp you TJJUflV tjhe loml pf paini poa. . trojn tlw float Ukwo. Try It. Only jO worth iViUars She sat down and meditated upon The Parcel Post. V 1 ni r p t.) I I y pevi-n,t- - te Wjh' ') (Haft-B.11l- vu-r- .- j When a singularly successful business man was naked the secret of getting on In the world, he modestly said his wife deserved most of the credit, as she always had a good breakfast ready for him every day in the year, served punctually and piping hot. He farther said that poor food, especially in the morning, was responsible for many business failures, for the man wb seta out on a cold morning with cold. Indifferent food in his stomach Is for the business battle. It takes time and planning, but it pays to serve good breakfasts. It means getting up early enough to Insure LEARNS HIS NAME . against rushing about and fretting when things go wrong, but the wise woman counts it no sacrifice to send AFTER 5! YEARS her husband off cheery and well fed. There are plenty of ways in which a woman without help may manage, and even if she keeps a maid she Minister's Search for Identity will find plenty to oversee and corLost as Boy, at Last rect day after day. The women who rise early to get breakfast for their Rewarded. husbands unite in saying there are possibilities in the early morning hours realized later In the day. "When other women are sleepily getting up, Da;U the thrifty housekeepers have their FnrfnsfloJp, Aik.. Jan. ltw. morning work done and are ready to L. Leonard, erstwhile Kew Dp.id get the children off to school. There vl3 "Littlo uiuvy" fp tl f; would be fewer failures In. school work the halraoslel trlshfiif, If all children were sent to the school ounsl'pr theyi shiejtrreli rAhrm, unu idav room well fed In the morning. If In ISM. FiHljrtU caipeJzwd a arSUlpry they were aroused in time to dress hflUMlnont a,t Ozark LOTUm?. on this iAr-leisurely and eat a hearty breakfast there would be fewer cases of nervous kjuiisHH. cafiio lno 3ils owii to)ay. PJr ypfiis lie prostration among teachers. A cup tlie ftrvt tkne in rifty-orof hot cocoa, a poached egg, good toast and cerceal served to the entire family in the morning and eaten In a leisurely manner would rob ' hospitals of many patients and give Whole Family Benefited doctors and surgeons extra vacations By Wonderful Remedy every year. There are nany little things to annoy us, under present conditions Theories About Rainfall. of life. The hurry, hard work, While we in this country have been suffering for some years from a lack noise and strain all tell on us and of rain, some parts of Europe appear, tend to provoke nervousness and according to statistics, to be getting irritability.. We are frequently so more rain every year. worn qut we can neither cat, sleep Observations at the Observatory ol nor work with any comfort. We Paris ehow that from 1804 to 1824 the are out of line with ourselves and average yearly rainfall wt. 502 milli meters, (an Inch Is about i5 millime- others as well. A good thing to do under such ters). In the next twenty years the average was 607; then from 1845 to circumstances is to take something like 1872 there was an increase to CSS; in the next twenty years it was 653, and Dr. Mile.' Anti-Pai- n Pill in the last nineteen years the average has grown to 684 millimeters about to relieve the strain on the nerves. 23 H Inches. Mrs. J. B. Hartsfield, 33 Corput St., The commonest theory to account Atlanta Ga., writes: for this is that the smoke and dust "I have on several occasions been rising from a large city favor the vastly relieved by the use of your medPills, condensation of moisture. But this icines, especially the Anti-Pai- n theory runs counter to the experience which I keep constantly on hand for the use of mycelf, husband and two of London, the smokiest city of Eu sons. Nothing- In the world equals them rope, where no such increased rain- as a headache remedy. Often I am enabled by the ute of one or two ot fall is recorded. And in some of the mountainous re- tho Pills to continue my housework I in gions of France tho increase has been when otherwise me would bepraisebed. My husband Joins in my of the as much as 73 per cent, as compared Antl-Pal- n PIUb and Nervine.'' thirty years ago. with Anti-Pain,PiUiohn-so,well-cooke- d - 110 County Dr RATED ivconro HARTFORD. anvfptf relatives hnd never kn,w bufons fits ppfm. liqrif-n,e- d what ft VjKli tplp,sT;wis fapiUlep of tfn-e- In Ms tfVUi fipm tho fjpoitlhrns H.nd nltf-e- . In ithe South urging Jiun fo "roet U12 mtnlat'ir eajt n,t (jhe lvqnu at liN . Si!sjc,r, Starc-- J. C, Jo'iiunn, Jo tojft tys ppxX oPthe dfaccn $ ifrnfy.. mtitRhrd doll wlti'i pamie pi th,e ploinuera-aj- t& ltd vl wiM hy Uep.tly fpniofiiiqjns- - tltt ,vft- -i ntuiw Divld Jhivsoii. ts Da,vA'B mo;efl ftiomuhlr'(tilra twp pisva place, Knox CoJnty, biefone t,li(a w,a.r to Gppp Pt'llsiJf ., n, lrt SniAUi fatYKirAI&d, four bna'iht-n- s T vunXt Wipn ftSbara ptaptd AWM ami' A-J- t. ni"" )d mo('.-p- an.1 HS'pf-- p lifnusriboflit 111 cf'prss of for tfmV nf"VJ s!p,vp, a. Vfc. an! uoit ftmHl D-J- tj'iis.ni phi lipnvo Folli3wlng tho oonsjjftnj; pf ffrp dlwfn lanrd. TJ-j- !lirir pWlJiVi o! i oivsreT bolt, on ff .tlneftr dais'.lai.-tlo- n. My "V Nvt day OavJd jwtip rh-Wfa,rmir 0 fow iiilfes Xfovn Oark. Tf5''""!1 on tfie rjarr banjv. wfin S Jiini oUft a,-his nam- -, lie said, Wjv "Diuvy.""' Uitiotn'M at tlie tondlmr arid Svni3 njon,ths I1I3 Ut)r, Janitu Jpinwn and GcpsmUIr, jn a corvrri'd inunlly j!ip oX 'lipnieps bray. p W,nir.i TJifl Joisottw jAurnejpil CJty, Hrid litem fpur ytftrs, and tfin wyit Eimt In tho wagpn to fTiiiim ise. AtaJapJW, Krfx up, thjpufefi tutopti U Oiuk Ij.., yi-iemn aiut m County, TrUii., JHVl0 1891 Wis ardralnfl Primflfie OJARtlst muv'Btar. Frry.11 Ilia momfrijt lip Uivnwd to rrad uid writ ho deAPi'p'l JV KVve time In (ti'ie Hwclii fcf ret'iitiiya pnl a nane. Tho Jp'i(nsonv ls JUatory. tcVi hiii all they knsw pC t Ojric bu,t Jin Xoun.1 nnmes anl putea toroii'cti vben Jie EOUSi'it to loarn Ot his Hy tjhere. T.wo mtaniiis- pgri Ji re- - , IJniiUy of cHvctl x Letter Xjuin tth,e IVipnijiji Leonard of Kanpnl, iTlw., avlnj-Wiplitnl rspoun(eU In Ills story, to.'.l In on ATknnwiii naivr, IXie oaaqtloai wjth Ulielr otwti XfuiUly Watery. Itio Jo'ter dJipiced Wm to Mrs. JiVin-a- oji and when Jie pamn ta today tf9 llttiiiicaiivi !iia nuia coin- - nn,. In ; l n il y Dr. Mile' U rtl - a-v- 4 . P ben-house- ." 4 vnure wW 8rji ivj Worse and More of It. "Concord! Concord!" shouted the brokeman, as the train pulled into the station during a tremendous outburst of thunder and lightning. The clever woman grasped hex umbrella firmly. "Not only conquered." Bhe ejaculated, "but taken by storm!" Youth's Companion. are relied upon tp relieve pain, nervousness and irr'tability in thousands of household Of proven merit after twenty years' use, you can have no reason for being longer without them. At all Druggists, 25 doses 29 cent. MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind. 11 itr. !o,aird upw JtVes art Elkmoait. Ala., in marrW aiifl.ltiM cliUdren. Tft ljmmnla, nww'Jy '(vlthi-farinetoji'rlannlnff a i.unloji pf And thai Is ihre we Qnly na w pl Only as w UXt others do selves. Only as we Uriruj do we nearly live. mlst,aVe. ruki9 him iflatatt i), a do w boov.- -. we lift Joy tnY Hf or. Unue th,e I i-- J L.. A- - .K JP ' W" ' ' ' "ir W till .can l ilo' l' know 'iow to t"p a.- ! v'ttsn. like lo V 10 JlNjt TVn itaterrd nttordlng to low nt the 1'oMoHic Ms iK farm: !ill thtlr W.Kit, qtir, . Hertford. K.T.. a. mull matter ol the eetond o cn g.f. tVAl,,, ; ow. ,'v"' lturk9, huVsr, etc., nt tvJd'i p- -l '" Hartford Republlcari.l - J Ilk c.e-- n, wl MAIL FILLS Is .1 a 'Ua'iay rolr. Te n .ui'i? r i n t lilt J of thp air, n eniiturc It can go on n,ul tn and i, Jiy i k , C. M. BARNETT, J. NEY FOSTER EDITORS 'irM ,ttJ m j RAMEY " E. DUKE. AND J. PUBLISHERS NEY FOSTER, PROPrnt . uho. Alms '" ". "' .T Wl P VlT.tl J U)wit- .'! U -. we'd like n'L Thousands ! MI,VlHBlBi , , ,lry ,, t . AddrMS all communications Hartford Republican. - to n w of tluie .l tiitn. to they inwi " Ard the j.,,, .., uwc- - 0tMnt,,.-,w-e- t:im inuki rmU- - Invw mory W Ins. I cs AM (re tfuy fw lw iimJic mow by Bsbertlbrr tlerdrlnit the vyn ent to n new addtws must give the old iiddren In tnnUti? the reqtieot. wmnotberetnrned oleHCtompinleilt.T Anonymous NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS igrently ' , tfwn U y nil' n.v kVis. j c,j tW f,vmcrs nnrl nil the wmk- tWmem o.ln, liml.'r u lev Tariff, gjt f liurwi! al, win W-- lowr If"t(te. ' comrannlcntlonn will receive no attention. Rsucb B S5.-rr.- ... janlt-u:y .1 3 10. Kiun-VY- , now able to get, Will Vet t foIUiwa If nil of biishwe-t'w?se (Mass haop,n vvwrjIioJy will te fhii.iny, an J Wie'll U ptod to find out ti tt ws'vs wirvis nil aionjf In f a Vie lv'st a!oiVtiiK a !iU4i fo,r ttWLs ruurrtry. Hut .ntn any . tfi.y an dlstunlMitKY? hn T.Ti-lf- nv'f JIcOirviry oontlrvu8 Cia,. S'nw.torial Vign. ' Jal J. C. been guilty. i'.jVj lo 1y Pn'rvt .lut jfiron ni iees jucli as ar aCjo f o.itllned can it hoonii? Uuiin.ns 'IK.) BJals, tno rjcy kIwii fThS L. & N. o.'.lro.iil li,a.i of u'.V.Uj the cooJ pilnws Uw ijtw cpmvry ovn be sslotirtV by t'v? lulmlfslon of Oxstrj It Is In a baa wtiy iinThoA. iv)r Should Tlifl Include Workers Voters. jvi'swl Use sun can and It (wirm-o- l iiK "liy-tTToil nml w"atr ns CUrk an I Utulsrwood. l'rusldiiit Bry,ui, W,ls t0 ll!3 soon wJll Wllwm A' '.'" of lOMiiucky Ha! The PragrcvMht n 1U1 to nwet in been Wattflraon on Juauvy iCvs Jltel a'ulwii.v.1 by mJl s IiivrwUl. ra-a- l.uJ 1VbiacoolTi.UorT tiuy wauld innk, TCilJ .t'llns of fv nmsot tneUiiar nffeiqtlv.-- If fie cool Gr,Hn JtUv.r ohjwJ tlxelr A. S. of on-t- ir K-- ruVms 40!ds InV) B' nyirlvt tv . wlilVe ne 1ldln35, for the bis, I pla- - buslne but mlc'ity 1W on the buy,eps. InJtesTfJrs jv!nt to Che oandMavy cf to fi Julpj Blrks nil for office of CiuuU Coirt JuO.?e. Ate luw'ii;e .on the hsnrt male a ?ood atrcord gad wie a w--1 he Jms btj ji unVole no viUty tr,e ume wiuld be trrne if o'ivu?1. S'loaVl tne Jiviqe -V-- !ve will Jiae to ak anot"ir strong boi'kliir in Olio .county. In .fie". (ii be rJtnojt invincibly, In he opJnion. i rabr'r:. r . when ttte .ni'in ert much Inbti'ilnd matter of Tariff fluenzae In t'i-That n.uUon b? .now tip to Vie mnuCaptiuiprs UreinslFs ajid to t'i nnil rvr,s?nttr.r nonsr.l t n dlVrV-'- t w' V t'tlla mi.niii;v:turliiK U it'w Jlul mist Iniyqrtnn. Inlu-'-rt'l men bo lln I Vic suns loan send warning to tlio men at 'Waslilnton. JJwt a:Jb- liarus V pitl'e division 111 n amJ.vtln call for lulustrj- two jienrs litiitc". The manufivturvrs will iw irepresntd at Vie lieart.ns;3 In AV.vs'in?ton neNt injtnfi. Uit Uielr rsiiuasts w,Ul not bo riouly. At w,e ctii ta'ten any too ,what w, trad uvd3i3iln: Vie Altitude of t'w jullVclans. l'ttltlon.s tlrat the 4nJ,U4try be mf s'wuVd be clrcul.itwl by the o'r"W3 fn evjy mill In t'e be the ult'zii and Vie Eisner" mill, with workeii? ajid 6.t In the nanvs of fcli do?.iSt,inent officials hflil'dis each i(3tl5n. Xo Cuu- rtiould :e lnt In sending o it bVxnk, for ft'im wjv1 nnl itli 'emmvin!, nnl ooi'uot so'9,Julss are ritv.ikd and d fejiled Jy t'vi rip.rei!uVi'vs t the owners, ivit w'iouM b .suppcirtlaa fiom Vie djiaruKunt iin.niv;ors In i:u.ch and a'.litrf opsin jor iiit of a tetle mtll. VOrm fin time lui iiim siV.v i!Uil of .rilVtir nnil w'.uil 'ip' with coVxpil's In t, w ulivlriw. I. like wlnJ lo imm n iwf.ip'r, It' lit tik v.U ti run u n,wj:ij.-iir- . of nqyiWitle limnlni-w'l- lt ... I It 'Jiff, Ilk lilr; .vi it U i, ulf u J3Z41 , r." lo run a tMWfftvr, ll'-U tssy an I x fnn 11 r.w.' . , f iv o xyu wwioo ?r iiMMl'tl inoni y lo ro.i-- it i the K!r(l ,voi'Ift u Improperly Wrapped and Stamp- miVum of exolianis ,thn.t Iu l'v lul-nfor ttve editor-ki- nd wwda in ed and Many are ei'uiru'i TOit'nl tcU'ls. When you n 'jllhr with itviu y, ,wai,Vi Jifcn. 11'H' Heid Up. pjjilnx Iiia bills nnil dinr ic'jiv lih pnfi.ton. Sevrx Rive nwiuy to un H- - UK alitor. Xlnl-- e Jilm tin le it Vahlng(on, Jtmurj' 2. Two ilnjw' n swtjp. t of the nw parcel s.te.n Tlin wilien you die, i'i lia.e ha.4 lotd-- d pot offl-'?- s wltlt .fre.iK ahlp-- . ,i nrotuid for yeivs nn.1 wirti-- t !tl it nnd1ila lit Hi Jim (Cro-mi?uts. Vviu.flnds of jvtfltrtKcs fo lnp"..p-- ) t'ne ciUtnr or pxckl tlnu they Mnjl"W. be mvo tjuit ,ou IVivo ypw wife orly iwii,?d 'V ""U not l trtn.M'or.1l ntvl tfi.vj,niH of'""'' I" ta' U""2 of '"ur wswln? nMUren. ni.l xrtt.m ( wlVi o,rMmny others is ? twls tlw mul toii'ilusj liwtexul of thJ dU:ln.Vil.e mrqsd pojt notW nbout you, forewnim hjr lo i rf.l,llp, 'l'tf' "'-- . It. k lmie pith? tftrt:. ' ' to Jtrtlt of Jh'ie to would overwhelm Mm. M'jnjy Im ,i n.'.l but (Jm two JttttT cltwrt will hn-, Uke fjvi so,w c"ir fCirouph tfio il,aa.l "'PMns thlnp. The dlV." kivV. It. mid ' JTW'lMHrtfelt UiruiA-"n'" Offioj i.rtulals. hoi-,"''"offkH-- . Po,t le,t'r Jl P'itprn .mil ' "' tlin-,,, t,'int all Ihp wrlnKlev wnvv.rx. (!lr; ypiir jobl sysvwn will be Irojied out l1""' 'uu!k tlw ... In lie uti . . ... a i,raviurj mini, nnu wiirn n.K pnactlcH on' tho pW mvK with a few dty for ilinlf rates tor church notice". Oct of tlie nubile. ls: imiit JvxiiJs iiml flV in n1 PpM'il-ii- t Tjft reclved cne of tlC vpur urtlned ' rfJrT P'lrvWl o'lt of V,.mi .uI ,Vin It tkvt rwIsniseH. V- POST OFFICE w if n otfiw ooiioctn wywl I lw In Parcel Post Packages. r.'!..l I -- 1 i um f nwt:ir? - n-- 1 lt u. rn-,- o,.r '1J-- 1 &" ..t-im- pc-ui- Kdi-rju- , n-,- i fr-a- "" ff''i" j 1' o'-,r- ai.-- e "" .. ' ' . . .. ... ly y. poo'ia fro.il John Wnmiakef nit lMul- -j Vl ,1'osttnmttr tlencnil alcWila. lii3 rwM d sj.veni.l paekv.-,- . 3M Kong lVund, Uses .from H1U-J- I" VMinf n""',l"'4"'w of ami t cards of t'vankg. They make sih sp--r ulmf. wHVi 'UUir benuHCul "M'-'1- f!ilj I mlb-'o- , bt-lti- -e CTtm-di- ,sh - ha 1 posltloin. With paslHn fla.ord l'roUitlon as isunl. n Vw ptaittoran of .the thlid party alo wps u plank Jruloisltyr a (iyrtftn pf "S'le priPictlve duties. It bejriis with this It fa eU:n.t jt'iat ait least four i :v djclarjatlan: "Wie Ullee In tlie Tro. oted frw Mr.T,aft.ln O'llo ol fl.o .wil-ttUi3 Tan'jlf wi'ilcli sliall eiuallae county lar'it NovrniJr w "in full of competition lnetw,e,n tHe UnitvrWi all true ,t'iliij?s tut" wlrkVi tlio ed S'jatcs and fanu!?n cpunii-toy- , for Vrogrvsi'r(i comt.$jid. In fjt, tuie liVJi tilie fariv'r and iininuHiotturor', Im O'llo pjunti .nvty wtia which shall maintain for Ubor cm ilvforo .Vie Jun? OIiIuvko ".tanlard of llillns." Tlve car.-blami tlw nuUj was only divided vote of the H.rpuhUcain.s p.rl t''e a to cundltUi,ti. In tsv of tUls fat third parity iTlpresen,ts 'the aAjjwied sup-pott Oiua'it inflt tr) he a dlttult nuttr of ProtH'.tlon as (in to gol toijoVveir In Jl'ie ivar future. prinqlpie iof s,oviinnitnt. And this ,otc Dujnooraiy expqts to parry off V"? Is a aiwiorlty of all. .lia,ve itlie ootuttty offices, ias they But tlwire are miny mo'ni alvrtats op- ami Stite, 1ii)0Uifli a flvid(yl of Prot'jlon 'iij;t tills. Tlvy ftue jinmer- o-syni-w.tfude-quV- ie nl it iXt-tion- aJ It took fie Inlr riw'.e CiiTmwiv CommUu'on to br!is t!w I. C orciJirjl to t!jj iHi.t-4- : of ear ivlase far Ohio cuunty m'jins. i?nce all .tip niiu-- ;iaie lw.d fars to Insane coiuaut work. Kulaze 6iat dldn',t tiV (naAltaid oXf'iqials Erv((ir lW13 tfw can i, but tliry dus Vjn up. We haiM? an idea Vie I. O. mould H'iO to fuinlsli a"ne union Kbor paople. if bt-- Majority For. Protection. election no within l.J.furt of sy?ttJni5 a nujorlty of Vie total o:c 'l llut Uiene was a majority for one plai'to. in point, and tli.it Is .1 P. rter3tlie Tariff polity. 1V JtpubU-iit'ir?-s!dd on-tqrt- In the recant candidate can tfy the ercat all hoiom wjxlqli 1 Ohio oounty to ti'J nwkf? qnrJ .nmip ifbtrt t. Infuse some life Into Hi.r,t,farfl? W have .the hast location fox u larva to,'n rare to lnm; front, .wi'iy no,t of any in the Qqee-rlvor jnuntiy. Railroad and rlvqr Aranfi?o,iitatlon, belt ooal and plenty of jUmfjfr fojr (iny kind of mrJAUOwturlivs puiftuva. t.-- t uu busy and n"ruilze oujr pitiiini Club. IA erwd lidj- - HUWtsvsted a llqw uta that If ,t'i4 liVJi dUn't do soon It wouM i& by I Hupply of ulie st sr ilis nni-tbfln- (nU-jta.K'.- n the wiomrn. ,t U wn TiMWigliout the 0a.mna.l5n chaireqd tla.t t,tii Tariff yas not r.n tuue, that It was an old 4'iRtbo,o iiiisjr-recUby itliri PnofutlonlsU to mviio Uke pople; ,Uia,t. Ue par liuns weie inoculation, aotcJal 'justice, llbvnly and Vie WkIi qU df llvlne. If .tlv; Tariff wai not an 4ioe it is pittt'.nj; $ft)ru,n3e Uiut all tine DenKliraUo leadars o,ie ii((.v ;lu- cJarinjs tor an otra of Consravs NoMOinunr so, I9i. , CU'kly mas Uarn Omtb-No Money. Required; to naWaJ t!i,i Turlff trMwduloi 10, IWH, aijone month and iv iliiis. He and .that Preoldent-eVWdl'ui 18 In a vmnt antic le oqinnwiitlng on the 4ina (refusal to make an addieas iln South liiaiMi h A'ller, nwt'w, Hu brphe-r-s uffqrts of vailous organizations to ' ajifl a ios.t of iiQla.Ui.qa ivnd frVnd,s to hecaiuv ) Carolina on May SO publicity, on Illinois editor finee Jie (wlU be ivory imsy In Va,irlni,'-4q- a inoiimii itlwlr loss, nudia itliie '(it;rnin,t that It to.ok mjoivy AV. nift not d;ar miainm fo,r 1 a,t itliat (tlnve And unable to lcae. am ftlngl.i? to run a Jiquvtoapcr. Lany olmr cfii'itois up a,lo. Ojuiio and nwat m,8 WtUe are labifirijf undir a dlinllar iljluts.'o'i. IVthfira m Uie sJUnlnR worVl of love. anil tor Uie b.?nett at Shl class, Thomas Oily a Miracle Would Do It. Dear .papa. qu .will nil jne In ia hous. V. X W, publUlior of Uie ti) r d' 111., p?n.s Uie fallowing: iSfta U10 Tariff (hojs baen (rqvlsjd n,nl dictiijsnt woi, bur. you sUU U.u tlawaswajtl some more we Mope to kw little JIa,Hty wIvj will cWr jour loin-- I,t itatox juoney to run a neiwpa,per? . vrprkins nvjn coutlnuo o fully euvplo dtxu-en- t smo 'AU.h Jiiy What a wiHop- lov Whajt an ed om. tttaniit traids iwrep nqt when PjJr. It duesai't take any ijmeiy to run as thi?y 4iive Uwn and at as wnxto an Uwy Iifivfl taen sitting. V, e tuu tlak of Low 1 a newspanr. It con ruvi wldtout nioney. just also that Uieae wprklngnnen will fo,-- 1 toll astUjon. lljs jnoyner, It Ms not a business Acmturc. it s a e itUe to buy ju pucii for 10 as f-MMIX B. WUTB. 'charKablo a botglag cpa- fi It Was An Issue. trion .South, and this r.Uss will when the iKMncrrcitfl luesln itlie Tanlff ilnplrni? to .wliloh they are Il&ds""d. TJie;e a'ie Dumqaratl'; lin monibi'M.s Louisiana and Northern States wJio will not (ote for tree nusar. Jlr. Unle,rwood himself 's niot for ithe fneiS aViibytlQn at Iron anl sfel tuid Vvlr iiianiiflanturfd pipj,ucts. Sme of t'w T.5p. ocngtiF'ssmen wsint a IiotVtlvp duty on tluibw. qr;ton splnm-,r- s In (Vorsla and iSouth CaTollna will vO k In Qui qoitton for tiors sn'iedulo itnd a,va!dance iof .mfornts In child labor. In th,e jopular ote of the country P,it,tlon las a U-- f Piui')rlty. ivid (It would Us lnina.vsYl l ,tfie lasuo wore nationally submitted ltne,lf. nut Cox two ieain tr,om larch 4 n,x,t, a and minority, tlve declared finemj of any clerks are" wondering Jkoiw the fjour " Hno,tlntl e duties, has the Intact. to ortt. lt 'fllun3 s moiv tlyyi pro,'able. The If your children ure ul)JK;t to attacks main body of tlie Amerkun people Is of onouj), iwatch tor Uie first syiixptni, for Proration. V.lnton (la.) Vflgte. hoarsejvess. Give Ulumbcrlaln's Cough HjjiioJy as soon as Uie ohlld bncomos In Rjmembrance. In loiiintf ireiienibrance of Claudy hoarse and the attack may be iwu.nl ;d Hutus V,lilt,. whfj ,w.m oocliliently Wll.l off. For sale by all dealqrs. tlv5 ous In asTt tle;iisle8 e,.l mim Office satsly. Officials tfne fUViy II H "ISiu nway-mp- m ;io- other fnsIe shipments, piop-rl- y r lnuonftrA cl, wwj bftlns handled wWiout Jul"- - Dju't lot .Uie pure know any.thlnB about It. 10ip flit h,3i all over the oownt-sirul t'1 tor soidld piile wlw u'Tinr All eluses of merc'-rtrul- l Conn"ly lndlinted Jhclr wares. Tjie fHtor kI,. mall matter ', fourtli cUju oontliutd .to pour ,tfi:riiir'' bounty away. The Inrd Ioivim a m.M-rUk ort'ws of the country, tndkor- - Plver. Jle takes jane ;f flv: nllto Don't wwjry about ip tfUVi-- . ill U In tl'ftt toe IVW Jio o:tic4als a p'iemo:nml u u'vviTr from the 4f., fp art rs .'i '.o rave Is dist'.twd door nvtt for tlw nyxiviMinlty. (Ho will srowji'i. Kiit out tlie iHpfr nmvi'utw; pil stvid PosVivfer Otu'rnl ilIVislioo'l: ps,c .up for 'the tomn an J ,wooji It ip for Iss'i d an n'.lcr amending the would bir tro'ii yuu when jou run for office. post nriu'at!on whl.-Iiovt , t wlytlwr in d.' worry about Uie vdlDur Sio'll Vve ,,v 'Vi rsvolv.-,rTihe Iord knows Jiow !)jnt uni'Ti." tach d iirts or ntlifrwli. eggs, j jiai i. ::.o PAitcULS New Yi:k, January 2ltspo'Ui Indian Killod on Track. o liv, tl tally from all nitlU.bl? ovi Nqir Tto.vli'dle, III., an Indlin wn' to s' ow Viat the pu.bl.c Is taklntr h j!.1 shyp on a ralrovl trnrk and was killed i of"Vi2 rj.w parcel pnt s5tiirii ,wl""i by lpj .fast opres. .lie pvld for his morij tn'Tsy than wan suspected. Xot oanejfyss'vss with his lit- -. Ott'-l- Its thlt only ari Uie clsfkd in the povj.1 way when Iho;Uj nsUrt ious.l.s aad at;tomoliile cold,s. Don't 'iV!jJni and tue risk your lite wjun proaip. and trurk carriers having inumh more Ue of Dr. King's Nqw Dlsqo ierj" .will to d, ,but tine railway nwil clerks a'e cure .thmi and o prownt a dvnci'OJs finding a iIvqI r(mh In handllns the t'inoat or lung troublj. "It ooaipleJy n"w sp.ilce. jr ou-f- d of a twrrlble ine. In a nhort It apipws that one of the maett ti,oi-rt- l coiah Uiat follow a wwoib attack .f q'(iucts of srhlpmnct as well .ts one nrltea d. It. AVaVs, Klu?luli, of tins most dlttlcult to liindl'.--, U )'is. Tiax., n Kmmls 'ii "and X manoois of whluh Jj.iO iiion j;nt wko'cJU Uhat I bad loM." Quick. sif, outlying towns. Kium present rallaMe and Bvaranttwl. SOo ami l,n small shippers are nillvo I ) Trial bottle free at all druggists. Wie a'lpntifr undfr the nswly branch of .the poatal air.vlce. The 1913 .World Almanic. The bbxsest Sihlpment of tsv iwihlc.i Our readirs will be pKPrV"d uit the litis y,3t U'i'n lianiled lo tally ,was H'jut Qjt by ,U. F. Yoakum, ivcvl of floe Ilock vasta'ioant of uluahle trtfotmiUo,i, subjects, n,t the from his Jar:n oo.Tlng a multitude of Is'anl JtiHrovl aj,'.'-nK,nowlele iK(d Ii'h useful gen-ira- l In llaiiinlnwilale, I.. I. To sbjnallao Vv nw hVViri'icaJ JV--- i ipu'lilivd Inauguration of tlie sy.sV.in, Yoikuni In the 1313 eHUon of TJie WV.,'d Al3",0 pnqnl-nparcels of bbs to shipped (Almost l.OX) pai,'os are vdo,votd men tliiouhout Vie country. manac. mory fao.ts and fiunai appailiwly pbroul a (losji to Thene weiie . Here Is u effgts In rtc'i pickac. Prediii'latnilocU day .ln.'i?ncH'. to AVIlson, Go. Sulur uul e .ry .ooiarcKS-ma- n comdiml anl complete 4Hia.ry, 4o e.wvy bu'ntfes inajn. ,wrp In Nie,w York and Nqw tinn'r, m'lian'c, Jiqj'wlf?, (So tj.r as wjs taivcr,sd. anwiii; t'ia UjirAjil not a .s'oiyle tKS WJ3 broken w, budncps .wmoan, .sohoal teaa'MT, b?i-- and Frilwol g'irl. routij. In lit )ou will find, also, atjcurpiA PARCi-IP0HT BUINUS si:.MBia:D Pa.n,ana Qimal Anl f of KGGS. Trpty U'u iA piickiBi 1012 on,l !Ww Omha, NEb Januarry nraw P?fiilOn Laws of 19Ut Pncldi.ttJ il of niim rinxlvj-- J by piff:fi nst iais relentlon .returns, iyla ilU Vh,'n onixllol anl lVlmary ceived In Omaha luJa'. P.opulai'.lon tlgurJH, , 45p.O tiii't covv-1es- , ,d two doz.n fresh county It disasters, Impo,r4aiit larim ess shipped fvmi .jlon. Ia. Wilien ncairds, 1912. HlstoriuU iqiwu's, lnnaiie evil's of opened biire the raivel wns a piAfs pi ., deftth ra'4i of uraq uki'd cnJ,iibUid rss and ?s shells. tax, Trustis In .Vw U. 1912, F)nW In Negjro dUJnii nchlmimelrt, S'jur jwwj Of tlie .two dozn ksh, the U. S.. ffixjwth of t'vo U. S. Npvy, In nandlt'on to hi 4nj,ndl-- d milith the Itanils anil Uho oUicir tweriitj' twanuiqi:ip-e,- d prices paid for rano Anveatlcan iio'.ns. ef rini Penoi'tleH. . 5IoU-ioj- I up w)th a paoii. Jiuft a ton of Crlmos Punlihinifiiji for Jlurdcifrw, wpilfs anl mall matter was amctaired with jfHo v navies of tlve wonW, brijnkvn;, rnP,n?y, and ithe address pn ,the PHcKry;3 wofj tasura-aq?- , palpal parole, Tihe vs&i luaul bfin piickill In taxes, pofilotilies, UlrUis. jrnniTlpfies and mafl on cul'ivuny pastbooird box t,ho nl-to) I y. owed tluonh 'tv IfU 4'ot w'n "rj f "V u ou ptck lt tip flllnl n" dpchitml '"vlns murtuvy ar,tcV. nU'' tMP s . Corjrl(ht Iltrt Sthiffott tt Mux H IB BM HiBK HHiW BV i'for ttda f ,'! pt irl vl' B-- HAPPY NEW YEAR TO YOU! With our hearts full of gratitude for the liber- or r- -f i tl ," , nt it al patronage you have given us during the past vput' with a rnncriniisnpsc nf havincr criven vnn ntii Viocf in morrVin nilico inrl in ovi y ivjf ma tichaf.lr uui uvov lit mtiivuauuiiiv auu in carvioa tt i ujudi out the old year with pleasant memories of the " year's transactions. ,' We welcome the New Year 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 happiness, WE'LL DO 1 evo.r-ldy- Indls-pincab- le IT. Jfny iner-chiu- it, ii 2,-- Every energy we possess will be used to make your dealings with us both pleasant and profitable. It is our aim to elevate the standard of modern retailing by using strictly honorable methods in conducting our business and by selling nothing but Merchandiss of QUAL HI. iut dentins, iwqmfvn BUffia?!! and JO.OfW ,qtir I'Vcts and 30c.) Upsto-Diajt- e. 0)yie(r (I'iI'.'p clothes Men; Palmer Coat Suits and Cloaks for Ladies and Misses. King Quality Shoes for Men, Queen Quality Shoes for Women. sell Hart Schaffner 4 Marx fine Suits and Overcoats, the best" We FT 2c. (iVet of Buffalo By Jiiall, 3Jc. AMKlneMi, York Wtorld, New York. and I'l i.Vni sn, 'Jl a Njw How's This? Wo ofletr Oiie Jlu,n.drtlJ .Dolla's JtowarJ for any cuss of Catarrh ,t,liat pannit b,Q oured iy Hail's. CatUrrih Qure, V. J. CJIENKY & ICO., fToleflo. O. We, the underslgnnd, ilia.o koiowp J, CJwn,ey tor the lost K yeam. anfl bj. perfectly jlitonproble him lle In all tlnantql&l'y ami business .tranaicUoiis, able .to carry out any otdlgaitlqni Jrwle by his .firm. WAUJINa. KINNAN & MAHVIN', Wluolesale lXruqsiiqts, ,To1odiO, 0. Hail's Catarrh dure Is fsxtopx (jaffin illy, opting directly upopt Uii9 blood aui niuoous suruLfs of Uip s)jnU.-isont tree. Price 70 pefnts p)e bo.tUe, Sold" by all DrHSijlals- - , Take Hall's Hvnily pills for pqnstl-patlo- harmony with these famous makes. All of our different lines are in jiii, l. JV-.- happy and a profitable year. Take no notice of the unliicky thirteen, but take us into your confidence and we'll trade together to our mutual good and we'll make 1913 a E. P. BARNES & w w evl do. BR0;M iTT si-a- Tej'.l-mgonta- ls .rn?ltd te n. Bearer Dam. Kentucky wa ) , 1 jdH-iW ,. ' ';taasrfl .i&MU 2I?!SSSSB JMAfcai&, i Im ii 1 Sir. ff Jn.mcn III lii)aKi rously THE RIGHT V tn 11 now-)- Kins, w o no or iwtn? f.inv, .iix. Trw lfcnibf.'-vin bn fci n il lu- t iVJ oftt-- v SALE OF TOBACCO TO BE CLOSED MONDAY Price of A. S. of E. Pool Practically Agreed up Thursday. JltQulilh.ii.il, irfiillz n,? i'ie linpir-taVof tno sale of 'e A. r. w' I. Iool(l tobtfeo, ue T'mrnlay iifitc-wi'- ii oallel by tH 01 ionu to nn r- ViJi If thi il connilKw of j.!. Am-- 1 Kfjflety of Hqulty iuhI Dw lliii Wniwhouw, of Owenibo.-fj- , JinJ pfc!d Vie caJfi fo;r tlje .toluoix). Mr. I.. N. Ito')plson, s'K.ritiiry of the Il5iiw AWirVioiiiV, n',' ,1 t'uut. no wouM lm r)o'el mis week, but mt .tlw prl s luxl jfn ir vrtxillv iircol 111011 mi J In all probability the Halo wo ilil bs wsiil Slonrliy m,'!tri-i- r. It wj.s ,t,iAd ti'Jit tiro Pila W))'jM bo nmle will out a iluubt Wlo.ult. ,Ve wrre uii'm .Vo litn Jihc yrlcM 100,1, but It Rjint iLlio wis fW-?- il price wis ctiMnOy mtlifaflor.ly to U'i" buyr.s lnl U've Society. o lo 1 ilVnVnni Ar" J"Yin , u7''fTr7rvi, nt XJ Hiftf-flT- i- START. wwmmiMWwr. Mt fUtunt'iy .MBCjTW?cl.wrJJ fcrti fof.n IU of. ills fwi unr 11 siVir.'j.l day, was tela! tJ Weut' I.tuis 'llt WViAifrtuViy f,v m ra He wan aocvimr-i.TVc- d by Dir. K. pi wuit cii Mr. Hk ltin-rTX'i- t'j ir-S- '" Satin Pumps In all colors, II. IlnlWn. Tlio' I ) Someone has said that the way we start the New Year will in a measure be the way we will spend it. Believing that tlere 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 interest to come our way. By do ing this we are sure, beyond any doubt, that you will be starting lln.uonI wiin fUumMji Wi .Will iUvU' n m Tirwliy fitrt'U im aifuiioi of Ao'.mi of t'ip 0 1'iVJivlAiifl t Ijp'wni puiy-inywlr-- s wSnM nf t'le II faUti, i t niuj It was nli"in-s'ult tfie Jinr'it plant Iwn nil nWiil. Tile tmu'iV wiw BDii foj-i- l anl renvilljl V In HuViy. -i I11 y perfect fitters, bench I made turns, sheepskin lined, high Cuban heel, beautiful silk chiffon rosettes with satin centerpiece, detachable straps. A 11 o on llau'i k lt'-- r i: anmjlle nm ultownel at Vw nvouti'i of Sluli'y nftstnwiii. 'IVvo Wi.V JiVi'Tt'iiy .rt.if'i, 1 ipporl Hiii-tfi-- cl of IakU-i- : the. il'nA,nliiT was rit' (' menrp, mpji wuss Jitft .Vie fiat nmd In an J li")r.r. TVw iv 1. ("(.Ian natm, v fJI nrniit w,u rins tl.s U 11 tntmriiwf ., Into ,itr O'li'n I'lxinl aft rs"i'T ji tliiy raV-ilHg WwljlVw Court confivncil In tiV notirt ovm Tue. ' with County Jiiliw It. r:. 1 ROSENBLATT'S 3i "WHUIIng, tre-.tn- nnl Caum'iy AfcW ? right. Beginning today, we are putting many lines in our winter stock at a big reduction. Call and see -- them, and remember that IT PAYS TO TRADE WITH A HOUSE MONEY. Ifl ney C I. Xni't'i nnl Utj fo'lii-.liiMarriage License. t: HvrXfWifn J. 1.. Paf-toJ. H. The follt,lui; ma-riallcnsj fvtv Oifint iyll-i-l- , Iva'h Crmbs Maok Coik, C. Girl JarlJMVi. run T'10'. bajn faniMl ift ottlci of .t,!ve qun-t- y il, rk tilils icoff: &j,ii, tn. ii:i. MVi. o,f Wfl, ll3',v uiiilil to wni," uri'll lob; Wed-i"- dinnt o;n(I ,Hls I'ulll'a-ir- , Jay a5'i irmmi, on .Kywmt of letiv l'l. - route 1 N'arrow. O. V. tluixlin and SIa,y M. .Vslibj, iM'iii Hcrti'ia Miiy il,jrw,'i, wf'p li tiivs'i ' SIpIVnry. Ins In noil 5t(r. 1:. ,T. Mui-i- ll l!ci,-5- ! (Mathlll and Laura Kulkcrso.i rfer, a jmimlwr OlvW 1cPcvji ,t. were niiirrl a n Ov.ih.'t n 'Hid Iltnry &Vjiirsntain, ajnt,i!o.ni, anl rnrVn-- s of tli Cl'r'fUnm CnureU Wzza May VllUain, Jtjclrrt. TivsJiy f wwik. Tfiey M. A. IIIn."ji, Llv, iind Id,i C. KHiliy iml hi c,i LV Sll, or;. 1 !. Pn-mt- 1 ti JJ 9 Hartford College! Offers splendid opportunities to the young man or woman contemplating entering school. MID- WINTER TERM begins n,'i't. pir-'.inaii- e, jj 5 lat Ku-ft- tUr.tfficrd. of lion, n.al M.ii. M. I.. Idaurii ' S"Jiv Jis, Quhenb nry. It. W. Obi'pn, t,'ils clly. Mrs. Hsivrln Js ui iiun,t of T.i,te, IIaitf.QTd. f'lJ brile. iMr. ond Sirs. S141 linfCT pi.e .Situnlav & 0 anl Ijiur.i THAT SAVES YOU njiny tit'inls brie iiiuf.i jj;ilnsss. 1! wi'o wli o,t i'ieni not- -. January 20, 1913. $ 1 i n& i V, Ilo'iiil a I X jEa&zzi&Gi Hartford RepMblican.l j 1 wi'l Vn.turo at t next T'i vVy "wiilnj; in-jj- r .'isi iiruVo n of t,io ll,i.-'- fi J tV'A:( I.ve.f.ni OWS1. Mr. Xi'cliiO"s kiq: yar ullvrvril Tlw AVt Kentucky QU Oopiiflaaiy JiJ.1 fiiUi JM 1 tfvf u iuiiI l oiip n' ii'is bos inli'urun,) to loi3 Viir (IniH in p nk ri rJi Alio .inriam tulay. 11" tin Wi:ll t,hciy are drlllliiff an t,!ip fHo.v-- t. took srtat In Vv u.u'Jior. H,iiroll k Ikus il Pj) 111, and suiaan J V l'.it nivl II Jl lnant lihir 1T fO'clal imtr.1 tl io.rrliia.1 tools (i'i!Ji many ipivcJt. Mr. WVslit tu "flililns" tftts Kb out IiiMuiI'ji? 'Tlw Wlnnliis of HicUara wll us o ti'ira well, W-j'"r-a- t V t In The Oil Field. irr 4 j New classes will be organized for those desirine High School work. Tuition FREE to all holding countv dinlomas. A strnno- - nnrmnl olnco .;il l,n gin the work at that time. Our students Have Inrst nO,-ivhl- o'i wiO-- brr lt-- usl Ji ZA -f f aail ? - ,- r 4 "S Tlw OH bu'lns has been axivcfvliai Vie quiet liej-,- 5 lm befogs tlij n3HiJ,ay'. rltlz'n of II,uLfoul, anl 01 fiat and a'J of tlw oil men jWho wieire )oas- iliiy a'le wis ailn'ily-t,v- o oain'oUl. iltw. lnc ia.fi not ratwncd (roni tlvqir Is tlUe actUe for aq nnl TV. K. W. I'oiiyr 4i;t JUnf 11' . bame for the l.oljdays. IX shs ware ,ni.vxy ye.iTB jiounjrjr. lifjn at Nrvifvvlllr. fTenn. afltr a arts a.Sio ttii Ifut 11 ftLster Hln? balo'v wWi Ivtr f,XT?iitj. h j visit Woik on tle Kouqh iRUieir Oil anl Uav,'ir Da,tn, tilrs.' Sara Ann Austin, -KIUIMV. JXSTAUY 10. Gx ,qllIlny's ui'JJ on ,tlij WioUftr tarni tMr. O. L. IMrrr! mil family, of GurJs-vJMw!io Is j'icviiTS pH. air. Is stl'J In piosTfjis. Ky.. .vlfJted ilr. J. J'.. Allller an.l .Uis,t,'n is of Sir. ilvpison ie family oft U"fvvrr lJinT (last ;Wf)k. t ' Austin. Both 'lalUs iha,ve aininy f rin Js M. H. & E. Railroad Time Table TJne Wpod Oil Co., Jijoa wsumod drill J. A. lMff illyl wlfc. Of Dunrly, W10 wjs.li tlin t,Ue qo,nHnitXjtlon f Ins ou tbe well on ilw CjO'C txvpx (after ai"clvl jmtfflJay In lfc Slj; many y.vkra of as;Cul Uas. at Hartford, Ky. sonxp jnore ba,J luck. Uai ojvI family, nt Xiwt (llin'.fonl. Montjay Mrs. Liiura TorJ ttoe card Mr. ill Q. SI. Hfqry llon'y, ( a Is clerk o . y Aug. 2l6t unlt;d An The Trials of aTraveler. a trJU-iCs DoirJ of Suc3rJofs, at 12 o'clock at Vi rinllirv53 "I am a ttp.VlUsr etalieaman," .WTlt.e--'' No. 112 Norti Bound due ?:19 b. m. at. T.lvi Hubllean ofXQJ Wiliw'Jay. . Yflungi, J3. Berkshire, V,t., "and Of JiUqj j.n.1 Sirs. Jl. It. "WpddrVig;, fie K. daily eiccpt Sunday. Usrj. ami Jlrs..O. :. Svitt, of Pqantli, ts'rcmoriy li'ilnrj No. 114 North Bound due 3:40 p. m. psrlrni'l (by UulJ was offcn troubled wWii n,stlna,tlf)n arc ft'ie rrwiO ir 1 " 'J.V Wlili!iH. iTliey leJt ilvat afitfir'norjn .on and 4rlIf3cstVon till I btepfan Jo use Dr. dally except Sunday. their- io.rys Sloyiday tilie L. & N. for Owensboro, wliro Itlicy Ktroj's New Life Pills, 1whliqh I Jia,v,e No. 11C South Bound due 8:45 a. no. ti'iaft arrlvrtl at mo ni'iis. jc.&Uen,t nMnueil-.- " For "'1 will HiP'id a few djos bofoio flVciK lo foujijl an except Sunday. dally 8otixanli, llvpr or kidney troubles 0iy Mr. A. n. Cxreon will Irtwe mmo: tbrfr Ivome ntar OVV.on. Slirs. QixlieJi- No. 113 South Bound (he 1:46 p m. 'raw for LoulyUlo to rmimp H wx,t bjTy far nvin ttnue iypa l'Jn p Mutued ana unoual&d. Only 5 ctepits at all dally exoept Sunday. ,w mleant3,n t'w Kwtuoky employe nt tfip OumVifjand yolecfnxne drusiglsit.s as H. E. MISCI1KE Agt office, upd Is a most ctltnajWo ainl Clou'iiriK Co. Ring Lost in Hartford. - wwti'iiy iiidy, nind Sir. QntsniVrnty M tn nsxr di'.li CarAOv, Sir. J. T. Uxrainl, of U. S. Camn pays caih fur furs. be 0 uixmi ihls iMr. ,ri)lll-n- . Lot on Wip atreei'p af HaiiUord aopne- Ky Is lsltln17 h'x bnqVve-rP1"1 Qii'anbtMry its 0.0 of ,0)9 'Vtvlltv furni-ej- s ti'me Wedrn'tdriy, a ohlbto, plaan gr'U MW Mr. Natulan ltftsr-il4Sir. it ay worth llirjiitxl. pity, ami ajo aivd 'tinibor men In Ohio wuniy bond .rlns, with ,words "U'ssls" Uiy tn I.oulUl. of iMr. 3IoiMvy UiLrnmil, his blither. and Is tita o,wnfir of a splefulll ftuvn. Wllilujn MMMtf ins b.m a'U'? TOU,. 3 rpUirn Jalln 01 laslite. Fln4ir ln.s The Hvt'blkoaji ni'iy fqVnds tr Ui"s offlco and rccplvts CWWlvid. flick fw iVerol dajis. U oiwirg-jti'WAiNTBD lti3lVU, nai In tviViIng l?vm ihrippliwsii ami uccqis. Mr. Y. T. Jacobs was a'plqaffuot ,cpH rMI ollB.'ion 'Vf uil Q. C. "ituiks, w!w Is u'.il-4- -t Thn-Ml- iy jis Uw 1'lnVir at bll?.' blrt'itlay of JIi H i been very successful in securing certificates and are giving splendid satisfaction as teachers. If you wish to raise the gr,-idof your certificate and , .. ! .! i Gi .i uu uener worK as a teaciier, join iii juuioeu tu this Teachers' Training Class, For further infor-- 9 , mation. address e jj ( UT I.... . I o H. E. BROWJV, 5 Pres. I. Et ELLIS, If. '" s. ii-- - ?s??s;si?i;;i?i?i;si?s: HARTFORD LOCAL Pr. ig Jl f r n'Jir lr. A.S. OF E. WINS lljoi L4AN. QuIj-onbon- o 'nfa-inla- ga yVftl-n,ida- Banner Over Other Locals It for Three Months Will-- Hold w-- ra'jonsi tixpnased jionsif as lt,s bain, ory o the lvuppl:t evrmts of jier live. S'w svmral nice nueaants and a conirratulato-- y letitor from her sV, D.r. p. 3. Rnfronv ,who irsbVts In Texas and oould not bi prs9-ntAt naai wa.s lnvlt,e,-- l hour his out to tie cpaclous dInjng7O0'in, wheine a yntv olabnTroii3 spti.rad awaltid hftr. te Tlvs flre:nt and Sips. wp-- e Ma, airyl Mr". CV11.-'!- 1 - Vlrsll Iliinfrow, AI,r. and Sips. iRja(Tney li:ntitw. Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Duff, Mr. I (ruA-,;V- v . af pli9 tlij-i- -- luii-lcatln- tf ir ut UiU offr.--e If ; lle.v IlTPMbUeafl offlq Air. SlcH-n-ry. .Satuniw. lilt WVIey m a cajlisr SiiMlloy- - a,t Th In OMji .and ounimlsskMi. adjacent ' wiunitles. SUirv O. Uveii i tn' Many Thanks. Common Schrjol Examination, r(-ul- ar a -- j a, Dr. STESTfSON OIL CO.. pMiJojiil. lormirly lav.'i tuid Grvn Gamt, O.'i A.liuin wrsre In Hirtifjotl, (um'ixy. S II. L. Klni7, w.'ip Mr. 'Piii .4 I.ut-- Chkvp'irnn. it rfkt pjnftintpwn. (Monjlay. ivlft'.:-Inff v ww fit thlH -., , a 4 .HiiTHn. In liiir dausblcir, Mrs. iW. Jl. llilnik. Mr. Tlhiniw.1 luke. of HUifinylAe. .a oalVr a.t Ti'fi Hi'jj,bHian oMIqi jWh-- l Mrs. at aft bis lvm-Hs nwrtcrl (MMs qounty, fund loin j A,"la Dr. KAnj was w,ro Hiall knwri Tox, burled Wednesday at ,Vttafl at jltny, dJetl ,Tux.t TuesJtiy. iBnown, of tfti ' Wjlllc Ow,en of HwsCnnl oj1( 10s sal. of Central Qlty lvav,9 flctntqd ftluo bulldJne on Dfpo.t Jttnefit troin a.ajn,ucn, I trika Wv's nvjana of ti'ianktas pa-'on) mr my tia'iOTna Xor ffielr very llbiJJMl PHtrcnise wililch niaile 1912 Uip bet of this 12 yiirs I have fatrji in the Jqwphy bUMtnisss, nd 0,3 I t411 aim 10 Inunefine t,!io auidty a,s well as tho quaiifUty of my Mtouk, I ,eajn5stly sa-- I loll a tvas.oriiib'ie rfiure of your future busl-1- 1 tw. WiU'i.tni? limvy giorad iti'iJus' tpp 1913, I biig to ,r )u e5bmlnatVn IJor Common will Us lw.kl tlniuary Sclwool Ulpo.-iin24 on! 25 ait lLxrtford und .CVnJssJUe. Bwry teacifir ,hi the county lip'lnt pupils wlio have Mvjmplqtcd he coiunon nuhoiol umrae should ursfj niw"i lun,Us to tfika (M exunlruitlon. KiVry pupil In Vw county w.'o InViii is to itoke alvantage of Ulna oppaiitunlty to The ant oa.Hr iMr. Uyion l'nan, ru ita at flno M,r. 1, wixn a rUi- - h, s. vCtlr In OV- - nil Will li(qp Mrefi MP a 'Tuoiiiy. UirUjit iVsbaro itjits Mis. (Mk, Ksq J. 11. MIU and (vvU(4s w.we pteuivinl S. Sandtus wek vilwltnff . W nqa'iiuranit naU ,bmibtr tlip.t Uite C. W make a aucc.?s. about lps m5W iAirBcnnij,uits (vtt Jm.i. will his n'rttcr, Tlw County Uoird of 8i'jr,vl'soiw nre Mir. . lioni tnbi jwxh oKJtt at Oi'i oourt I nonius Hili In In wppk, artd :wlU nqt pdlourn .befpno n,bout TiueBdiy of A3Xit week. Tluqft on tlie bfltiiM sslon are Woini?iay. x,i. .liutiu nlnmi anl Mlis rd - Sljr. ww pliuU.allor9 Loilv ' Hantqn, Pit ci'flcB 'JVtTiday. WUV, klirk. ,TKw3s Kown, fr.'wi. E. P. JlMidar. A. Y. Mla.W. n Sir. 'Uarry Unnjy, C. ,Walbio?, jM-f- f ? y W'Jr i, ;1 ?w O upiwll, wH J Ml- -, jvp c Itlhy, caav Mf ffw iFl.t 8i,m liooo'i. of vrj VCW pl,VJUt visitor at Vw .llspubllcan National Stink. swiVni-a Ibnii'sij a,nd wntffnilwd- - Ms JnurAk Uaidly office Wdneedny. t Casi undSIr.. S. K. fltw" left iVel wwn Jw billed on fth ley t,aM.-n.iWTnKIW. HI. nwdly icr a 'fielr AugbWi. " L,w'M with lo ay. -- n. lr A. U. IlUv B. llow- -. or t i7 . anl nV,,j. )tl Mr. uwl Sins. Itaiiey ,E. J. rrli'inisr.,-l-n W. O'lksanpn iroturnied Sur6y ntyty mp,rnlni,', ILitTirvt llj0 fl.aj trlri trwn CVni'JioJ Clt,y, wiwre Uw vIsUmJ hat trlejids. jfpkwlldly comdi'truir into pa 'ins ;ul ui arrlvlias hone v,a tkfwn Jm no In a 'r P"- Me)gArfi d. D. pr lxtn8iW)ii carnVwe. Mr. UUey' fiends left Stonday Uolbropk tp avww tyet wqrk n tf SP. Unl- - wn ida ftUii om .iffVn anl ,t:i him i.a, -- 1 m.. luk. mimn.lla,Ali. i.rul , ljfe to aititn.-W- ivllh . (K wrm Zulu Mr-i..- aft9rnt ,,, lto . MW-ln'- (;i t k Walty. ' " .1 Ml ' ajvpdy.rpovry. Sir. A. U. Tabor, of Crider, SIo., lud Xlvo bfjn troubled with sick headoclie tor IballiMe -- HKN'RY I.UAOH. Suflt. ibiut five years, when a,'ie ibeerin takH'ie has ing Oh,amb''rlaln's Tableils. Farms for Sale. i Ready to Grind Corn. IniproNed and un'inpnoieil taken two bottles of tnen and tlxey "iae ifaisns fcr Sy sale. Cull on o,r oddrea, I da,e just nroelved a new com mill cured Jiec Si' k lieadacilie. Is caused RIA ,WESLEr, and am now premaird to do you,r grinJ-In- a dlsord'O'4! .stomach fot which tfiMtf Try are capitally Intemlcd. tahVt3 U Adv. II 3, Hantfland, Ky. Gho me a call. t'lqm, got well and efcay w,eW. Sold by JEWP WAT,Ti:USON. tli? BAuiksmJtli. ' Baptist Church. all dealers. Ifp.'VLford, Ky. (HUV. iB. 11. ISNUMVSH, lASTOU.) A liieajty WiQkyiinie and A wuipn nisGSP-tlo- n A Surprise Birthday Dinner. BALD KNOB. will hii ftUi"n you Sunday at the iLV)t Saturday, January 1, (tlw oJ'dlJ-re- n Jan. 7. Health In Vls nVa'i(b,ailli.0Jd Uuiqt,fqid UiJitbt pimnih, oqnie, Is rvit wry at this wrlt)lnir of Slra. Julia A. IVwfrow aroonibl&l Tihie inv"iUr, Jlyt. K. U. liufllsh, .will ooun,try ho,iii9 Ul. beautiful in at Sirs. KkVlla xrulera Is prt(al.-wt U o, in. na "JJduaa,tVin,' inl ,,d to csltbinte Aunjt llanhej OllnVup, ,wlw lu4 b,yrt mile ifiiOjni Diwleie, 7 p. in. on "Iook and ilJye." A" at 3!intjt,hlid annlira-- y of lpir .blrtli flV'k, Is wanve bts-w- . aire Mindloi'Jy Invited Lo atV'i-Jt'leso SIis. J. A. Dta,ls U oble lo he up giving Jwr a surprise brtihday dinner. hw taea. 'Tiwiajj a typical January day. Old Sol SO TI9 IK) AT, llqiv Vi a neunedy tliut will oure your Sir. I. 1). Tayloir Is not Bettlna njous atone out wltli all bis piffulrp-- a.id uouglit rtlUs and .mll-iy- s cold. AVJiy wast,i Urns anJ nnoney quite so w.:U laey. tf, iiirtli M,r. I.. JJ. Tylor, Sirs. S. SI. 'lliV-Iq- r, and njftantrd bli ra,a till all t! nJien you can grejt a prMpuri imputkui that Jiiis won a i(rl djiuthtor. KmuVxu, iMent Utit torn filled with wins at .f)a.i tytx- and Wed.iyuUy art Sir. 11. A. SiniWur's. and old lVrais befiivcd btawtUuIly by tation by its oure- - of thU )vm pnayer inetlntr an'l biking u back at. It was a nuiLorlfe Tlliiqna will ian always- - be dep,nidrid upon? W l known every,wliore falnnli. InJocd to this aged mother. As eadi an .QfuunberViln at this plane lnli consiufji'ia- lUa pnoachtd U't one Cougti Jtetnedy. land lh a nvlJn.'lrio it n'a'iit. Kvryboly civile. Vnxns of lM,r' ind SIth. Chet,v Itipli'a JiViy tlona and gfipi wlfihes, real overtt. Vat sate by ft'l dlUfjrjj. tu-J-s .dii'pkVl down Ir.T and In Qhaplajn. qul,9 jsVk At "tfito w(Un. g. J. u. T.vmwN, J"iyl9r and Oi)iUtJu.n. attend 1a'h Mils ia Uw tult'o.i, so'-jo- only slmiiild wuj-- to attend as Ret At a mactlns of tbe Amsikson fttf.dy Bdwyactl, Maw-lc- e. at Beda, Jlpi'- - Dundee; (Dr. pjid Mra. T. D. of Eonilty hold ford Uoal No. 601 was ncLrded tie and sm uojnn. and uVvjsfttiea-- . utfj, looaJs In Kv wan- - jjss uszni LSfprone, Ky; iDr. nnJ Uannnr ov.v ail tj-- . mani'l's xrp. S. J. WedJIns dnd lyiie banineT Is l'ld fo,r tlui-n WjalLvr. by tf.1,9 w.builns local jar until nnprJier Hrftrird: Sllssca Deo ,Klnj an,J Virda local wins It eioni themi. Sonne qf the Nabow, Dundee. po'nts tp bs comItar;U tn adjujgrlni; Uio Har t,Jvanod age n.ud fJiUlng liiltli winner a'ts: loeroivlly wao.n hrf" and ,wihen the pa'd up1 mmbsranlip; lipid time arrived for Al lo tike Ing BT.atiHt nJinb,3r pf meetlnas in tlilr d;patur,e, shje. p'os too oiisnaC'O t'lo juarVir: Gn.rfliy'' avcrosf atlpnd- to Bay soloyp. All denarted atteo- - hav- ana;. Kor wiwunt of wa'k ng a mM vttawfait aay. Uoat, iniiiviiiis sioiir.ia; .oil urMcro p.n i Qi9 Pneent. a;t,lior plages, acreage, otip. bannrar at.r llafiyjard iocaJ won Notice. twenty o'Juer licali, UlxS lli'flln Vxl bejng the flrt to iold 11. mcmib-irAll members To IA. S. of It bp;ons Hartford local. T.uls fmaiaJli' ' aisfnlct le iym-rJvalamoag the .varlqu ;ITals nWU do Bfmff:fl at uaiown nsxt ftitu-di- y muQh good aivl w,IU promote to a lai'i-- e evcntnig at 1 o'clock. tent ,tho Mery purpose of ti orgin,lz'1 K. P. SAND.KFU11. Sec'y. Usn" liself and Uiat Is - ffm,JI, ami nusJI and S'liby V Boas, : rl KU qtlr o 'I La-gL- fe mw a. ry 00-0- 3 sra-fpn- tw) $i "'i.t y m pjJ Wa i thmLmmpOIUhmi 1 1 is h ,"" lr Iivw nt My la -- clear, steady light this by getting (bo oil that bursa clear and flicker down to clean without the last drop. rnniylvanla crud. oil refined to perfection. n Coiti no more than the kind saved MONElf avei WORK saves eyes. Tour dealer has SOUTU OI U tn batrela direct Sroaa our worka. tbe horn loiu-- a tank-wago- taaa li nit Oms. C SMI (We Mil M te. LmatevW. Ky.1 Xeflnery at 'Werr, taru auio uu. tbe celebrated I."K 1 . v K I' V i TOKEN OF ADMIRATION For Union Workers 1 Important Happenings in Industrial Circles in TJiis HAVE YOUR SUITS Direotory County Ofeio Circuit Court T. F. tllrklicatl. Judge; Don 1). Hlngo, Attorney; V, V. Mlilklff, Jailer; K, 11, Uitirnss, Clerk; 1'. 1,. Fo IIn, Master Comnitsloncr; 1!, T, Collins, Triiotce Jury Fund: T, It. Hlntk, Sher Keown, iff, llurtioril, DcUlIY- - 3. O, isi,r bnm, n. r. .Mh, ttonto J, Hurt. 1. litrp, koliH. ford, Court ionMomliiy In IVbrtuvry and cull vciioa III, tlmiut tline W.a'Kk; thud .Mnutlny 111 two wwkx, U.lrd Monday In Octutivr two wn'K. ' County court. It. 11. WeddliiR, JudKo; JW. S. Tliiflvy, Cltrli, C. K. Smith, At- Itorncy, lliirtfmil. Court cuimnca flil Monday In mcli month. j Qunrtnly gumtirly Court ItcKln on the fourth Monday In February, .Uy, August nnd Nnwmbcr, Court of Clolins Convenes flrnt Tues- day in Januaiy and first U'uiMlay In I October. Other Courtly Offlcurt-- C. S. Muxtley, Surcjor, lonHvlllc, Ky., It. F. D. , No, 2; llcriiard Felix Hurt-forKy., H. F. i). No. 2j Henry Leach, SuporiiiUndent, Hartford; Ur. A. II. 1UUT, Coroner, Hint for J. JUSTICKS COUHTS. , By JULIA CONWAY. Country and Europe Pittsburg, ra. The strike of train-raeTo Sydney Australia. South ami Kd.car atscltoratc the condition of working fit the Homestead iThomson plants of the steel corpora-Itlo- ' men and r.w.kc them more more ominous aspect assumed the labor council Is (when the company called In all the that the parliament In Sydjstrlkers and paid them off. This ney will provide $$00,000 annually for dismissal of 9C0 men the nse of worklngmen who desire 'made Immediately after a conference loans to enable them to build a dwellJthe strikers committee had vita ing honse or enlarge the one already 'President A. C, Dinkey of the Carne-gl- e occupied or to discharge mortgagex Mr. Pinkey on their homes. Tho law requires Steel company. jftsked that the men return to work that those who arc to benefit by pendlnK neRotlatlons, hut refused to this money shall earn s of jorder the reinstatement of four yard their Income by actual personal exer(trainmasters who were discharged tion and that they shall not have an )for circulating petitions. The men income exceeding $1,500 a year. (rejected Dinkey's suggestion. i Minneapolis. The twelfth biennial orreport of the Minnesota lnbor bureau St Petersburg. ganizations of consumers are numer- made two years ngo showed that ous In Russia, and In the number of more than ten thousand persons were (people interested are second only to killed or Injured In the Industries of jthose in Germany. They made rapid that state In one year. The labor de'progress In 1911, chiefly because the partment believed that this number (prices of necessities are Increasing could and should be materially remuch more rapidly than earnings. duced. As a result of its activity to (Last year there were five thousand this end and the it rejconsumlng organizations, ceived from the employers, there has (the sum of their yearly returns been a reduction of 23.6 per cent. In fatal accidents and of 2S.6 per cent. (amounting to 100,000,000 rubles In nonfatal accidents during the last Boston. The decision of the board two years. Boston. At the request of the emof arbitrators on the request of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers ployers, Boston Wood, Wire and Metal on the eastern railroads was rather a Lathers' union has elected a commitdisappointment to many of the men, tee to confer regarding the wages and - the concessions granted not being as rules for on and after May 1 next. In favorable as was expected. While the recent years the lathers' union has decision was pending the manage- given the employers six months noments of the several local railroads tice of any desired change, and has deferred all conferences with commit- not bothered about conferencts, Its tees of other organizations. It is ex- rule being that no union man will pected that they will now be taken up. work for other than the conditions was established by the, union on and after V 'New York. Announcement May 1 of each year.' made here of the formation of unions , .In nine trades which have heretofore, Atlanta, Ga. The Atlanta Federa'had no such organizations. The new tion of Trades some time ago decided (unions include the shoe repairers, the to hold a meeting, to be continued for .clip sorters and rag pickers, the hat three days, the purpose of which Is .band makers and the sailors' wash- to Intensify the Interest In the orable sultmakers. Preparations for an- ganized labor movement of the south. other strike of walstmakers here are The four general problems to be ta(Under way. A decision by the union, ken up are agitation, education, legisThe dates members, mostly lation and organization. (which has 30,000 'women, is expected soon, ine amae that have been selected are December 9, 10 and 11, Including sessions in the H' years ago was unsuccessful. England. To devise means evening. London, Brooklyn, N. Y. The law limiting to of forcing parliament to devote all of Its next session to measures to raise 54 hours a week the employment of the standard of life for working peo- all women In manufacturing will be The ple, a national conference of members tested for its constitutionality. of the Independent Labor party and test case was brought by William tho Fabian society met recently. A Hoelderlln, a candy manufacturer, who shorter working had himself arrested on October 7 for (minimum wage, hours, complete Insurance against violating the law. He was released on jslckness, prevention of unemployment a writ of habeas corpus, the case was Jand healthful homes for the laboring adjourned by Magistrate McGuIre, and it is to be argued before Justice Black-ma- r classes are among the demands, of the supreme court. London, England. Established In Washington. Samuel Gompers was WeBt End Upholster-jor0812, the London president of the Federation Trade society claims to be the It over May Hayes of the International oldest trade union in existence. Typographical union. The vote cast fwaa instituted at the Upholsterers' 5,074. lArtns, Poland street west, on October was: Gompers, 11,974; Hayes, re- -' The convention defeated the United Hl 1812, with twelve members, and icenlly bsJd Its centenary dinner at the Mine Workers' resolution calling for In future elections by a referendum vote (Drill hall, Chenies street west. amalgamated union, of the federation's 2,000,000 members. the .U$ ft Joinedresumed its separate ex- Seattle was chosen as the 1913 meetyjjii 1905 ing place. Richmond and Indianapolis istence". I convention to the ' also wanted theReports submitted to New York. A fine gift made New York. jNew York Association for the Blind Is the annual convention of the New ithe fireproof factor' building, coating York State Brewers' association here .over $100,000, which was presented show that the brewing Industry Is 'bje Miss Emily Howland Bourne and the seventh largest In the United was dedicated recently. It Is to serve States, and that it pays higher wages las a model workshop for blind men than any other Industry In this coun' (who make brooms and cane chairs, try. New York state, with 157 brewbesides this It is to be an exper- eries, has an annual output of 14,000,-00- 0 ibut iment station where the fitness of barrels, of which 10,000,000 are various trades for blind people can be credited to New York city. tested. Victoria, N. S. W. The prosperity New York. It was announced that which marked the year 1910 in the the National Civic Federation has Australian state of New South Wales organized a national department on continued throughout 1911, There Industrial mediation laws, with Mar-- 1 were but minor Industrial troubles. cut M. Marks as chairman. Twelve The further increase in the cost of livTears' experience of the conciliation ing was met to a large degree by Indepartment of the federation In deal- creased wages. The chief difficulty ing with industrial disputes has was the housing of the Increased popbown, It is declared, need of new ulation. Building operations reached s well as amendatory legislation, record figures during 1911. oth federal and state. Washington. In addition to the satFrisco unions em- isfactory employer's liability i San Francisco. and ployed in the garment making Indus-- 1 workmen's compensation act which try are planning the organization of all civilized lands (with the excepdistrict council. The proposed coun tion of most of the states of the cil will include the Independent Union) have on their statute books, Tailors' union, Journeymen Tailors' old age and Invalidity pension laws union, Garment Cutters' union, Inde- have, likewise, been enacted by the pendent Ladles' Tailors' union, leading countries of the world. union and United Garment Hartford, Conn. The strike of the (Workers' union. 700 employes of the Colt Patent FirePittsburg, Pa. The United Mlno arms company here, where revolvers are manufactured Workers lead In gains In wages for the United the recent year, with an Increase States government, closed recently jo ftf.OOO.OOO, tho Western Federation with a victory for the men Involved. Berlin, Germany. In Germany, elecf Miners following with $3,244,600, 4he boot and shoe workers being trical apparatus and wires carrying high voltage currents are marked by Vtnlrd,,'wlth $3,200,000, and the maintenance of way employes being fourth, a warning sign consisting of a start(they having obtained an increase in ling realistic lightning bolt and the German word for "danger." rWSfes Of $2,000,000. Washington. By a referendum vote Chicago. Several thousand organ$a the subordinate locals of the Infor- ized hodcarrlera and building laborers mational Union of Painters, Decor- in Chicago are now seeking affiliation ators and Paper Hangers of America, with the International organization afthe majority has decided against the filiated with the American Federation woposltlon to withdraw from the of Labor. ' Chicago. of the building trades department The Illinois Manufacturers' association has decided to form American Fedtratlon of Labor. New YorkOut of 18,606 men who a casualty Insurance company to wrl e (got shelter at the municipal lodging accident Insurance under tho new bouses In thta city in the last year workmen's compensation law. were skilled laborers, one-thirLondon, England. Of the twenty-fiv- e Houston, Tex. Texas Statu Council thousand odd persons employed In of Carpenters is working on a plan to government shipbuilding yards of tho fbulld a home for the Indigent and dis- United Kingdom about two hundred And eighty are women, , abled carpenters of the state. four-fifth). a' I ( Cloak-Makers' du-srtd It lintl always been tho rulo In the Crompton family for the children to sharo nnd share allk:, but when pretty Clarlbel, tlm M.Ht, received tho dny after l.or sixteenth birthday a beautiful basket of bonbons, n token of tho admiration of n youth whom she had met whllo visiting In the summer, sho Inwardly rebelled nt tho prospect of seeing tho delicious sweets melt nway llko tho dew beforo tho sun. For the young Cromptons always made remarkably short work, of a box of candy. "I speak flrBt for thnt big piece of candled pineapple," said Alice as the children gathered around Clarlbel to sec the dclectnblo package opened. "Can I have some o them candled violets, Clnrlbel?" asked small Joe. "No, you can't." Clarlbol quickly raised the basket beyond the reach of Joo's none too clean hand. "You can't have any, becauso you said, 'them' Instead of 'those.' " "Well, I don't care If I did. You nto more'n half tho taffy I bought with the nickel dad gavo me for having my spelling paper right" "And It was tho first time he ever got a perfect mark," chimed Helen. "Why, Clarlbel, aren't you going to let us have any of the candy? You shut down the basket lid with a regulnr 'forever bang." "Mayn't I have that pineapple to put in my lunch box?" asked Alice. "I guess if you had to take an old lunch to school every day the way I do, you'd " "No, Alice," returned Clarlbel with dignity. "I'm going to save this candy." "Save it!" esclalmed all tho children. "What for?" demanded Carlta. "You know I had tho toothache yesterday and couldn't eat any of your birthday candy. I think I ought to havo a lot of this." "And get the toothache again," scornfully remarked Claribel. "If you weren't such a baby about going to the dentist you could have your teeth fixed." yoiTre Cleaned s Pressed Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law 1IA.UTFOKD, KY. special attention. Repairing and Dyeing neatly done. Ladies work given fht practlco IiIb profession In Uilfc and Adjoining counties. Commercial and Cr.wln4l l'rncUco a Specialty. Hats Cleaned and Repaired. Work called fprand Club rate $1.00 per Glut, Barnes ivirtiH-raJiili- & Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. or tlio gotscral Smith jrrac-tic- o delivered. month. Mnss. W. H. Harms nml C. ri SmlUi aniiourKx; Uuit Uwy luivo ifonn-- a ot law, oieijit cirlnilnal and dUr CA.t, Mr. Smith Iwbig County Aittor-ttc- y Is iiiviiktol roin practicing a ucb Hartford Pressing Y. M. C. A. J .Anst-asur- BLIKL, ecu. Mr. UiiriKi; will HARTFORD, KY. noct'j't bucIi jirftictloa lnillvldualljr . In Ortlr lLtu-t-.or- i llnrtford JU'imll!ui K", bullOing, T). GILLESPIE BROS. W. H.& J. F. GILLESPIE 3rd Monday In Ueiember. U. fcoutl, Ciuiuucll, Wcdneday nfter 3ril Alfllliliiv, la. tii,.l. i.... ...... 3rd Monduy In June, Wcuncsduy nfter ..u ui ua- in ocpiciuuer, Wednesday after Jrd Monduy In Ueeeiuber. after Jrd .Monday in Mulch, Tuesduy ur-t3rd .Monday In June, TuesUw' after 3rd ijouday In September, Tuesday anr S tftlfr tTftsir.t ifitA..lni er .Ii yANCYL.MOSLEY. ll.l. Attorney at Law HARTFORD, - KY. Will practice his profession In alt the t Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and In the Court ot Appeals. Also Notary Public. Office over First National Bank. Proprietors 6 LACKSMITHING AND REPAIR WORK John H .Miles, ltockport, Filday after Monday In .Marih. Filday utter Monduy In June, Frlduy Monday In September. Friday after Jrd alter 3rd Monday In bcr. C'cntertown, Suturdny ftSVlJ?l,'kkV 3ir,.J,0l."ltty. '" ?.fi Saturday af "Ntturduy after 'r5 m1.. J1Io,lu."" iV"i',tty .'" 'I'tciiibtr. eatuiuay uf- "J t"rrt JIo"uu'' 'a December. ., i .toof' """'row. TusoJay after V.1'. Tuo.day after n i"" ; after -- I.I M.7niln "' 3rd 3rd '"'. fefc: '. .V?". J. NEY FOSTER Notary Public HARTFORD. KY. All Matters Given Prompt Atten- -- ftirHii edrr-V1- t"& " ! ..vij.oly! In Allili.l In NoVeiuI NVeUnesdlJ. I,'1- "r after .?'4 Monday Momluy nuy! Ohio County tion. PENSION AFFIDAVITS 8$ u'$y ' "Well, what good would It do If always going to save your candy?" "I'm not always going to save it," replied Clarlbel in a tone of martyred patience,, "but this is a very special basket of candy and I think If I don't want it all gobbled up the first minute I've a right to keep lt My sorority is going to meet lipre a week from next Saturday and I want to show all the girls this beautiful basket Just as it is. Then I'll pass It around and you can all have some." "Yes, after the sorority girls have picked it all over," grumbled Alice. BUCKBEE'S SEEDS SUCCEED I "Some day you may wish to Join SPECIAL OFFER:will my sorority, Alice." rjUs t ksIM Kw.BulatM A trill Alice, being an aspirant for early mile you our txmuiicDt customer. Prlre Cnltectloi- i,xuk,tiTrietif:ut.i election to her sister's sorority, looked IlltlUUi : U IM flnttt somewhat chagrined and mentioned Uei:10iri-r- t iTirair. t ipinua i h.iw lo U. Tnti.mi nni. casually that it was time to be going GCAKAMTEEB TO PLEAKE. Mention this Paper. Write were gono to school. After the others Clarlbel hastily looked about for a hidMVWSAAAMAAAAAMAWWWWW ing place for her basket of candy. SEND lO CENTS ! to nnr pm$ ui puking u4 rci? tkU After a moment's desperate thought eMMTOOQ Mfnwrwiin ny Big for nothing was sacred In the house MUl tui toovi im twwm MMU, riuu IN. of Crompton she flew Into the library H. W. IkUn. ism "BHUQHIL , and secreted the candy with considerable satisfaction at her bright Idea. "Where on earth did you put your candy?" asked Helen the next day. "Oh, were you looking for it?" "No, of course not, but I didn't see it anywhere- and I Just wondered where it was." THE "I suppose you all wondered." SEWINC Clarlbel was smiling superior. "I Just MACHINE put it away." OF . play on the SatJoe, coming in from QUALITY. urday of the sorority meeting, forced his way Into the library against the advice of his young sisters, who NOT warned htm that Claribel would be angry If he went into the meeting, SOLD which was always very secret. UNDER ANY "I don't care if it is a secret," deOTHER clared Joe. "Claribel promised me NAME. some candied vl'lets today and I want em." "Joe, run right away," commanded WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. Clarlbel as bo entered the room. If you purcliano tlio NIIW 1IOMI! you will "You know you can't come to our have a llfo nwU nt tlio prlro you I0', uud will meeting." not have an cndlesH chain of repair. "I don't want to come to your meeting. All I want is the candy you said r ii j "1 ' f Quality I could" "Oh, my basket of candy!" fairly Considered shrieked Clarlbel. "It's all burned up." it is the "Why, how can It be?" aBked Alice, who had rushed In, having been listenCheapest ing at the door. "Where was It?" in the end Claribel pointed at the fireplace. "I put it under the cedar bougha to buy. father brought in from the country to you want a Rewlng lunchlnr, wrlto for make the fireplace look pretty, and If when the girls came today I thought our latcit catalogue before you jiurcuaMi. I The New Home Sewing Machine how cheerful the fire would be and Co, Orange, Mass. lighted it and forgot all about the candy!" All her sisters, sorority and real, 130.00 TO 9100.00 A MONTH gathered sympathetically about the For your tpure time Experience not need, weeping Clarlbel, but Joe said, "I ed. Want an active man In thli locality. guess now you're sorry you didn't give To Introduce ue to your friends. We pay largest caali benefit when licit. Injured, me them candled vl'lets." and at death, for amalleit com. Horseshoeing a Specialty. . Monday after 2nd ,it,A,I"y ufK'r Zr,i to- uf,cr :,,d J,on- tayta.No"'lu,b,;r.rW,,r HAHTFOHD POLICE COUUT. i,!'"? ac?? ,,!"''.irrluy SPECIALTY. KILL the COUCH AND CUy A'tiESSE' iUlll'i.Jo," U- - Wll.on. CURE the LUNC8 Hartford, - l&WSOT r;r Ky. ; jr. i.. iT-siio- ? r'ssSn1100: M Tr j h- -i f: & p,S,l,'."rt', fi '0U,J'-Servlce ' larnitt. Chair. E: nffiS ItELIQIOUa SEIIVICES. nionrlni; AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES. Dr. King's New Discovery PRICR no run I znyiti0 Fret OLDS WITH B Trial Bottle SEEDS ard GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY! OB MONEY REFUNDED. ."to-da- y; QC i, ., 1 $ULnn.m$ Clirlstlan pastSr. h Sunday Scool ve""B- ice Sunday School Clu.rch-Ser- very fourth ,Jlaor 'iZT Wi" "raradSU7n1I7,' 8:! SECIIET SOCIETIES. w' " Wrlslit Ln Electric Succeed when everything else fall. In nervous prostration swd female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy, as thousands have testified, pia, k - Hartford Lodice No. 175. F. meets first anu third Monday ft a. M.. in each month. Owen Hunter. W.iilulit U il, F. toreman .Secretary. Keystone Chapter No. 110. meets every third Saturday it A. MIn nltht ?ftcho'Int1'- - Joi" T. Moore IllglU'rles Secretary. Hartford Chapter No. 81, O. E 8 .u"h In1 MS11 ;nU Anderaon,Monday even" W. M. Miss Llxzle Miller Secretary. of-It- Bitters Very Serious k is the best medicine ever sold over a druggist's counter. FOR KIDNEY.LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE NEW of every Tuexday nliiht. C' - J k: Hartford Tent No. W, K. O. T. M . meeta every first and third Thursday niht W. II. Clllesple. Cotiiinander; 1. t orcnian, Jlecord Keeper. Sunshine Hlvo No. , L. o. T M meeta every first and third flVh ytiiluB. ",ver lZ.' mfts Lo,J'co No- - u0- - KnlBht i'ter. HOME secoid """ "nmeion. Lady Itecnr . Mn Aetna lauli'aa r,r,-,.-. tin r r nTi ?"..r.nth; ri?i Atte qrlff.lidy ":''..u,a ..;.... " k rlv.mee" ?JU,I,,,:V,,,'!'.:AX- Grand No. lss. Imp. Order tied '""'" neunen- Lu 'Ii1.'.' .'" lacli iiionth. EIIIk Foh. ulu. of l::.r.l.,,"", ,.. l" lllirlfuril Piiniri r ur .. v-".:., ineeia v.7r "lurui uturdiiy ,vv"" i Wll'i- - "...r'1'.. ",.,m. ! C'oiimiI Coiiinmn. "" w. C. U'allnV,. ' ""ua'!,: k, I'rfHlim MnflAK tlA Kf S8Ui"r.ff.,'i'-- . "i.'oro CI1 IllOlltn. III ABU- ford Mills. t.ouiinatider J. At. ltoera. Ohio Tribe - C. WnllacNobel It is very serious matter to ask (or one medicine and have the wrong one given you. For this reason we urge you in buying to be careful to get the genuine " '' ' :;:... ""' "..".. Cl-r- "' BUcCTraugHT Liver Medicine The reputation of this old, reliable medicine, for constipation, indigestion and liver trouble, is firmly established. It does not imitate other medicines. It is better than others, or it would not be the favorite liver powder, with a larger sale than all others combined. SOLD IN TOWN F2 . u",, ) ' ?': Woodmen 0f tho -- very aefonil and ufiwiioon In uJi tnontli ifi Oerkf' 0uttn"-"- ! ilr- - . SunaliUio Hlvo No. 42 L. O. T. M., evury flrit and tihuid Frtiiay nlffli In ud1 month. Mr. At,ty OUffln, L:vly Commami-- r; Mrs. II. E. Mlaolik'! Iuly Record. Keonor. lloush Itlver Iodt'e No. 110, Krtfshts of I'j.tlilas, meets every TutvaJay itVclit, H. L. Tayior, C. C, J. Ney IVwtor K. of R. &. S. uwi!ie!J-.i"Vt- 7 ..'t l.dlo'ton. M '.n;,V' Grovo nu-ot- a ave Money and Keep in Style by Reading McCali's Magazine and Using McCall Patterns Ladies! McC.U'. MYALL'S MAGAZlriT. lirli von i.im-h- a. a. t m. Bobby's Circumlocution. Mrs. Kawler Who is the smartest boy In your school, Bobby? Bobby Well, Johnny Smith says he Is. Mrs. Kawler Is? so conceited But who do you think Bobby I'd rather not say. I'm not as Johnny Smith. Boston Transcript, Culinary Demand. "Sure, mim," said the new cook, suddenly appearing In the doorway, "could I be afther boryln' th' boss's safety razor for a little while?" "Safety razor?" echoed Mrs. Noo. "What for. Norahr "Sure, mlm, I want to shave that rabbit before I sthew him." Harper's Weekly. National Officers: Presiderrt-M- F. Sharp. Narrow.. Ky. Vice President J. it. Woods. and Caah.Honui offer to rlrft apSecretary .Treasurer-- S. I). Kump, Inplicant from this place. Write quick for dianapolis. Ind. particular". State Officers: H. M. Froman, Carroll county, Pres. 83S. Covington, Ky. THE ttr,ett Uouerson county Vice V ll ' t 8. B. itobcrtson, McLean county, Sec- O. P. Roerner, Warren county, State C. C. A'llen, Henry county, and Lat-tl- .i Graves, Allen county, Assistant state I AM PREPARED organizers. Hoard of Directors. Den Watson, Warren county; C. M. Burnett, Ohio counTo do any kind of Veterinaty; A. II. Brooks, Bracken rouuty; It. K. I. Kay, Hardin county, and J. F. Doss, ry work. Horses, mules and Muhlenberg county. Ohio Couirty Officer: cows need not die for want of 8. L. Stevens, Pres., Beaver Pam.Ky. Calls answered attention. Henry Plrtle, Sec. Hartford, Ky. D. Ford, Treas., Hurttord. Ky. day or night. Ljr kaeplujr posted ou tlio laniuim in i iiuiuet nun uin. w lily . Cvunso Mil. t lis will yuu ill in ml-- i st a nuKlcroto t issrn mr " New r'aiulim HcMcun In recti liAiie. Alio xuUublu luformallun Mi ell tiriiuo uutl pcf Hind malli'M. Uulr j a ymr, liu'iudins a frco piillern. Siit- rtrilo l oils y or mid forlico tuiuplu copr. McCllrltlwlllll!lloJolltnIlnkolnrollr own liiinilk i ItiiUlni.' for hinno. r.liliv'iinii'.'ii joutwlf ami ilulilrj"! v.hlili will lioiiorliTt In nylo unil 1H l'r, f ni.no lilrhcr llnrtl li rnt Bond fur (ro l'puoni I nulonr.e, ( Wt Will Cltt Yoo fiot Prtttili for cotllni sub fcrliuinimunoni; our If leml. I'rpinliiin ( iilnlniiiie uml CnkU I'ruo Oflcr, THE tLCAU C0KPUY, U3 249 Wtri 37ik St. MW YOU W. H. RILJEY Veterinary Surgeon H er ilc itf, 5. COUNTY BOAnD OF EDUCATION. Henry Leach, Chairman, Hartford, Ky. L L. B. Tlchenor, Hartford, it. F. D. No. 6. Z. E. C. Hartford, Reynolds, Ky. X M. 8. I'atterson, Olaton, Ky. 4. 11. L. Alford, White Run, Ky. t. Richard Plumer, Taylor Ulnes.Ky, 0& It laa. skasi astsi BOOKKEEPING TYPEWRITrSGandi TELEGRAPHY M la rclll aaatanklDit suilarM, alto ilyMrs fdueatlof IU.UI). for irM. sMTKnlM aow. toiidic mm an LUftWlI.SIVH . Pre MrnthM yssrs o( tMrisac rsiaisa Swrtflaxlasrl,as. ijtssJISJafHPBj! "23"t Zmm A ft HS&SxSSSm MmtlL .,,rtVJ44i "TSTJ :yw""jiiV''PJ W ij ryt f y DOES DOMESTIC MESSIAH'S GLORY NIGH Children Cry for Fletcher's SCIENCE PAY ? How It i IS DRAWING The Stones Announce the Progressed In Warren Sips ot His Presence. Pastor Russell at Washington Temple. The Beginning of His, Pastorate. Texts For Three DIscoursos Found on the Front of the Union Depot, The Message of the Hour Not the Burning of the World, but the Roll ing Away of tho Curse and tho Uplift of Humanity Will Result From Messiah's Kingdom. Wnshlngton.T).C.. Pastor litis-seof Brooklyn Inst week accepted a call from the Washington Temple Congregation, New York Avenue and Thirteenth Street. After some appropriate remarks re Washington ns the only center of Inlluence su(foSiOK. RUSSELLj perior to Brooklyn and on nn equality with London, he took for his text one of the three IMble quotations found over the portals of our Union Depot: "Thou hast put all things under him." .Tun. ft. ll County Despite Opposition. Tno Kind You IIiivo Always Bonght, and i lins liccn In unu for over HO years, litis liorno tho Hlfjiiultiro of, ami lias been mado under liU jior- CsZ,JC&?j7-J- t sonal supervision hIiu-- its Infancy. . S, 6CA4W Allow no 0110 to deceive- you in tlili. All Counterfeits, Imitations mid "Just-iis-goo- d " are l.vpiTlnicntstliiit trlfluivldi nnd nulanser tlio lieidthlint of, CliUdren-Kxiierletvl-Icl- jrP THE OLD IDEAS ARE OVERCOME J' o - infants and neo ayalnst ExptJiiioiit j snlislltuto for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Sondiiinr Syrups. It Is pleasant. It ii .!ns neither Optiini, Morplilno nor other Narcotic ftuhst.uirc. Its awo is Its giuuiiiiteu. It destroys AVonns and allays Fevcrishness. For more than thirty years it lias been In constant us for tho relief of Constipation;, I'latiiloiiey, AVlnd Colle, all Teething Troubles and Jlarrhua. It regulates tlio Stoinaeh and Bowels, tho Food, (,'lvliifr henltby and natural sleep. Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. What is CASTORIA Cntor!ii is a harmless Tho Good Work of Daisy Kite. Who Won a Fifty Dollar Prize For All flound Excellence, a Splendid Exam pie of What Hat Been Done. We mny llvp without poptry, music and Wo mny live without conscience, Wp mny llvp without heart. We may live without frlendi. Nervous ? Some of Clio time rca'.Iy ill ? Cat-cold easily and frequently tiffin' from biliou-Mcor hrntt lcl.oV The reason is t!rt your syMe.n does not riJ itself ot the poisu.is lu the blood; just , Impossioto it ii for tit? grate o a stove to rid) liItself of c.tr.ktri Tlio ha clinkers do to the store; ti m cvuct',' I.uvo -t n,..ur... make tho fires I un. i,,r un..l t&cui.ii and then prevent its burnin4 at til. Your liver is sluggish you are dull and heavy a'ccp docs not In ('..in condition illness develops. est, nor is (ood appetizing. Doctor Pierce's l!,e poi'.ort! frpm thj !io'.'y a lyccrie alterGolden Meriic.nl Discovery ative extract nudo from bloodroot, golden seel nnd mandrake root, stone and V.o matter how strong the constitution queen's root, without tho use cf alcohol. the stomach is apt to be out of kilter at times ; in conse(or ths stomach is the laboquence the blood i) c.sorQ.-cratory for tho constant manufacture cf blood, Kft3. Y.P.U. IU.MC2. of Tort Dnvrr, Ont, Ttot 35, writes! "1 ha- -j years from throat trouble, cnttrih. Indigestion. f mle .rauUes, M nt'rrr, constipation mil rr n rtisios at times I would U In Led. then a'Jo to bo tiii nsaln. Was undT mary t"iTercnt doctort rare, p.nd (ft bccr for n Ilttlo while, thn t would ito down wHh thri.r.U ln!!amr.u:t.on n.l t'lrvwiith mo. lor carj I had this I read, poison In my Mood, After In The l'oople's Common Sense Mtfllfd Advlnr )! Dr. Pierce's Golden I lnv .aken th- Pernod-- . . Msllml !viwrv ur. towo larrli '(Jolden Miillcal Discovery' r.rd l"Insart Pellets. nnd have uied fiva IkjiIIcs ol Dr. L""ri-'Catarrh Knm.Jv. I am no7 ah jlo da ay worn liWo a now woman. I everyth'naf nn 1 vnk trt'li rl I me lire lon.t . to 111 szij-4- . ntouiui rwuro i.ijnk n.l for llti-I' it cud J rr.a s.ell ucaii.." Eft Plsrcn'f Pleasant Pellets rcu" tfe Kvr.r nnd bowels. UsiCtAss. a-wu-..d-- Tire You BMq and Worried ? u yf: .ad tM d, nlni-tec- trylnr-ncir- ly 1 J f-- al 3 nrt! GENUBNE CASTORIA Bears the Signature of ALWAYS We m.iy vii without hook-- , Hut el Mired man cannot live without cooks. Meredith. The old fooling of "my fiillier tlltln't farm Hint wtiy" or "my mother didn't lonrii to cook Hint wny" Is tlio most dllllciilt tliliic to overcome In nny old coiiimiiiilty. rrnctlntlly ovtirythluj! Hint lins cniiio Into our schools In the mst has hud n hard buttle to viik" J MES & CO, First Class Liveryman Centertown, Kentucky. Prompt Attention and Good Service. TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, J I &y$fMA The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years '. THC ' ' . , I 1's.thn vlll. ;. 1'iir.tor Ittissoll declared this textspc-- I chilly appropriate for a great public building reaied in the dawning of the glorious Age of Messiah's Kingdom. Although optimistic respecting flie OUR CLUBBING RATES. The Republican and Louisville Herald $1.35 : 1.59 The Republican and CJourier-Journ1.75 The Reptblican and St. Louis 1.50 The Republican and Home and Farm Owensboro Inquirer 1.75 The Republican and Twicer-Wee- k 3.50 The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald 3.50 The republican ana JLany uwensDoro inquirer O'boro Messenger 1.75 The Republican and Twicea-Wee- k .... 1.75 The Republican and Kentucky Farmer The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. 1.30 The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer. .. . 1.50 The Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.50 al Globe-Democrat CtNTSUB COMPANY. TT MUHKir STtSCCT. KCW YORK CtTT. Pastor Itusxoll to teach that, the New Age. hour of awful UM11 fully, believed the Bible preceding the sunrise of there would be n dark trouble, which Is utmost us. POSITIOMS GUARANTEED DAISY K1TK. ikiSML will GUARANTEE you a position tr you us real soon. We noed many moro at once to supply the onormoua demand graduates. As soon as we got tbe required far our number ofstudonts tbla otter will bo wltbdrawn. So write at onco for particulars. WE v 7&y mti 3&faffing r -- S AFtO Tf nfiiiliiMt j BDSINKSS COLLEGE OsCO. V. cnWAUT7! rMlf.cir.1. KHTinuiiniin iisn r.OUIBVIL,r.K, KY. ly here nnd there lu the rural schools the teaching of Mewing and cooking has gained n tooihold. In Warren county this year tliu people were fortunate enough to have a competent woman go from school to school with her eiulji-niel- it In a wagon and give some In- these two tihntses. Kortunntp SEEDS Jmrid ., BtkWs Uattbetmt. Seasonable Specialties- "Full ol Life" Konhrrn Groa bav.c, ruvtfjjyii,aj XJX'V1? uccesslui sctu growing bcTuiiU them. It Ms ( Earliest KtluKce lUtra Nsw Slrlnxlns Green Toil . Imp. Kidney Wax l)a It New White Wax . . Currie'a Rust Proof Wax . BBAN8 Red Valentine . . Jj 50 Sushfl ,. liarly Jj,5 J3.70 Kuthel U so Bushel J4.7J Bushel bushel ijJBjra Anyone sending a sketch and descrtptlnn quickly ascertain our opinion frae whether an litrptiium la probably patentsMA. Oommunlrn. lUinastrlcllyconildeiitlal. HANDBOOK onl'atents pftnl fre. tililest niieucy for securing patents. I'atvuta taken through Munu ft Co. recolyo ircfi.il not let, wit hout charge, la the OVER 68 YEARS' EXPERIENCE Extra Early Alaska . . . $1 50 Bushel 'ew Early Crailus J5J0 Bushel Bushel 1'orsfor J'a Market Garden . BucVbec'a Ujhtninc Kipress Jj 00 Bushel a full tttucs, Radish. Tomato anilgrowing line el prices. Seeds, Plants ami Hull at lowest Send lor complete catalogue or suurau a nil oj your requirements ana will quote prices. Buy direct from the grower Sae Money, Jj-j- PEAS .... U jo Bushel Traoc Marks Deiiqns copvriohts &c may Scientific JDnerkdit A hndiimelf Write today. Mention this paper. Kockitrd VXMRiUkefSl., H. W. BUCKBEE MUNNiCo.30'8"'. New York Urancb UDIce. 136 K IIIuntrMed weekly. Trtrest of ntir KcltMitltlo Journal. Ternn, 13 a four montbt,$L tioM bynlt neififleiilArii. BU Washington. Ut4 Pants. Rxkfxs. t. U and TRAOC'MARKS all eouatries, or uo fee. U. obtain PATENTS THAT PAadrertlaathsintborougbly.atour sspno, anditelp you to suoossa, SndrrodL photo or sketch for FREC report on patentability. t years' prartlc. SUR McCALL PATTERNS Book on Profitable Patents writs to BOJ-BO-S promptly obtalnsd la PASSINQ RXFErtCNCES. ForfrMOuiit. Celebrated lor style, perfect fit, simplicity and reliability nearly 40 eirs. Sold In nearly cvrry Cliy ana luwn in 111c uiiuru auiir. aiv : CanaJa, or by null direct. Mors sold than Send fur tree catalogue. any other nuke. McCALL'S MAGAZINE More subscribers than any othei fishloe , magazine million a month. Invaluable. est styles, pittcrns, urrssmahing, iniiiinerj, . 'V plain sewing, finey nredlewoik.hairdresslng, etiquette, good storlc, etc. Only 60 cents a k ear (worth double), including a free paltesn. 6ubcrc today, or send for sample copy, WONBCHFl't INDUCEMENTS toAgents. I'ostal brings premium catalogue , and new cash prize oilers. Address fH McCUl CO. 2Zt la SIS W. 17th SI. NEW YOU Sawanth WA8HINOTON, Btraat. D. O. struction. Naturally there was some grumbling among those who belong to the "old school," tho school that believes that "what was good enough fur me Is good' enough fur my chllluu," but something happened when the school fair wan held this autumn. X number of prizes hud been offered for exhibits of needlework and cooking; also, n grand prize of $50 In gold to tho girl showing the greatest n mount of fine work in nil classes. This grand prize was awarded to Daisy Kite. As soon as the award was made known, some outsider asked "Where Is this girl that has doue so much splendid work, covering, sewing, beaten biscuit and fine cake making?" A sympathetic smile flitted across a teacher's face its she replied, "Did you see the parade downtown this morning?" "Yes. Why?" "Did you notice a lame girl with a face written over large with tbe word "Pluck?" That was Daisy Kite. She does what the others do. In spite of the fact that she has been on a crutch since she had a hip crushed when she was three." "Oh, her father Is a farmer who rents somewhere out in the county here, nnd Daisy bnd been going to the country school In the neighborhood. It Is Just a case that shows that sewing, cooking, practlcul things, will pay In our school tt. fTi $ sii "? & Sff ffa99Pf9? 'MaawawawaV f BUCKBEE'S BULBS BULBS SUCCkED. aHpCkTs7lIaaftlXlalBaaB "d t ut? or i3iot. lor e iuaia,lI KrJa to outata tfnu. h rODTrijbU. cW.. IN ILL COUNTRIES. I Patent and Infrlngtmeiit Prattles Exclusivity. Wpftai nr mnM i ua .fe T10 EUktk Itrsst, aw UllWd RUtM rsUat OOM. I WAStXNOTON. D. C. ti un '" ld tfalroD.Cl.Ckl4'ii. Tutls. Urwla TwlIpsHrrat TrUctJl rwws, hat4 Ml DtUaa UMlakU. ' UirjUaV.MKlTOPtKABR Mtatioa this Paptr Write (O'dsy iaaPaka, HB.NL 2S CElNTft lilt Ttltlkbl tatUstloa 4 tlsatf Sbl tMll pMtS IU va . ! ! Bltm rvnpaiai twit sal Uu TiatiM. 'little to ball 4 New permanent A ltutlnett. ' you ft oiu" trial will m&ka tiMiipr. H&tlaf Action inikxiinttMid or your ' money refunded. 'D .la sT.lla.alfjaanCtMlMBunaUbaa l.lu UUCVIIUU,,. S.Uat. Mm OnUfCHH 1 4&' Tl-.- L L.Muflal uUlTlUM lit Mlatil. FMlaU HlsV , uw. rrtwia in, B4UM. MBlk. BPHSf Amvjsss. imu, ESPECIAL OFFER fllf Kw RavBussaulua. MtvtdMoi, Uj lMrTditL. 1 Tullpj OmU. manfyaniifjUH JluiUnt Jirtel ll'jr tav t'muA I tufami. 1 -i tia, annwi, dovs ihw AM tSMII IH Ssuliria ao. onum rtetlt ftr bmjuj. nuiM M4 runs. or a muimu, wrui I ! OtatuaamorauoB s v. Miaiis i tan 4uetntaet a (iaN lilt) a I BM VM1 Ursi4 iiuib AHUas. ! gnsMtt TM VsaaaT tClstsf Tin anu tut u Tim i futiM, saaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaalE I f"' jmi lH. W. BticVbM U8 Bvonxs kOcsroBD, xu. IT. u DOTS DOMK8TI0 SCIENCE PAY? .ofortrtOTiK KJ, 1 If7 --- iZGZ -; .. - .' j ''Positions- - tPUMiivite, ' as.? . ' "- 'm irtr" eVxw-X. .aT AJF I "at Mf af ?cwinGnxn?'JriaSJ 7fswi0fcli, rofWAm,. Vi: finwrnrt aTaTaTaTaTaTAmw T 7 i V ..Mr' - Oi.. KWAiWYV" - " lystem everywhere. If tho work this year In the county tins cost something Daisy Kite's opportunity tlmt baa come would pay the whole bill." "What do you mean?" "I mean that tho wholo neighborhood Is now Interested lu tbe child and will see that she get a real uducation. And If that comes truo Daisy will have grown, More than that, tbe neighborhood will have grown through doing good for somo one. I uui certain that there are hundreds of Daisy Kites In tbe nooks and corners of the state waiting to bo touched by something vital In education. I don't mean tbe education that lies between tbe covers of a blue back speller, a reader or an arithmetic, but the education that appeals to the child because It flta for life's activities. I He reminded his hearers that the old view now gradually fading from us Is that Messiah. Instead of coming a second time nnd settlug up Ills Kingdom, delegated authority to His followers, one of whom should be spiritual king of the world and entitled Pope. Under this mistaken notion, men have declared that if the Hierarchy of Christ were authorized to rclgu. It should use the secular arm of power to compel all to acknowledge the papal throne as Cod's Throne, on earth. It Is still claimed that each Pope In turn is Christ's vicegerent. Kanoleon broke this hpcll when be took the Pope n prisoner to France, The world since then has doubted the vleegerency and has, held that If the Lord's Kingdom were in the enrtu. Di vine I'ower would have upheld It, nnC no dishonor or Ignominy would have been permitted. The Bible Muoh Neglected. The creeds have been reverenced while the Bible has been neglected tin der the superstition that the creeds presented tbe Bible teaching In n simpler form. The rejection of the creeds has meant ulso tbe rejection of tbe Bi ble. The colleges of Christendom are turning out unbelievers. The horrible consequences wiH soon be manliest in the overwhelming of our social structure In nnnrcby. Thank God. that will be the opportune moment when Mes slab will take tbe reins ot government. to bless, to uplift! Man a Little Lower Than Angels. Tbe Psalmist, considering the heav ens us God's handiwork, was amazed that He should promise to deliver fallen man. He recites the glory and honor In which Adam was created the bead of all earthly things, in the likeness of God. "a little lower than tbe angels." St. Paul quoted the prophecy nnd apThe Logos plied It In Hebrews II, was made Uesu nice tno urst Auam. "that He by the grace of God might taste death for every man." The work of delivering the world from the power of sin mid death had not followed more quickly the work of Calvary because. In the Divine Program, Christ must first lend forth an "elect" number ol sons to glory. With the completion of their uuiuber will come the glorious time when the curse shall be rolled uuuy and blessiugs come lutead. The Sanctifier and the Sanctified. The word xanitltictl. the Pastor explained, cirries the thought of being set apart to some special service. As the Lord Jesus sacrificed His every earthly Interest to do the Father's will, so must all who would sit with ,111m In His Throne. St. Paul declares that the Sanctifier and the biinctlfled ones are nil one He tlio Head and they the Body members. Then tho Dlvlno Program will carry blessings to all the families of the earth, redeemed with the precious blood of Jesus. Those will partake of flesh and blood, therefore the became partaker pf the same, that He might not only redeem them. but destroy death and tho destroyer, He will liberate tho slaves of sin and death, roll away the Curso, and open of tho tomb. Thus all tho prlson-liouswill buvo fullest opportunity of return-luto tho image of God. Divine fellowship und life eerlastlug. All Things Put Under Him. The world will he officially turned over to Messiah at Ills Second Advent: "Ask of Me. 'andI will give Theo the heathen for Thine Inheritance, nnd the uttermost parts of tbe earth for Thy possession." By the exercise of Divine lower Satan will he restrained mid ultimately destroyed. Then tho perfect earth will be delivered oyer to God. ns St. Paul points out in I Corluthlaiu xr, U.VJ8. g L o g n Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN. ' "" sssisismsssmssmssmssssssssmsssssss YOUR Letter Heads Bill Heads , Noteheads Envelopes Vj I Statements Cards And other printed forms are given' Special Attenton In The Republican Job Department. Couldn't Walk! "I used to be troubled with a weakness peculiar to women," writes Mrs. Anna Jones, of Kenny, 111. "For nearly a year, I could not walk, without holding my sides. I tried several different doctors, but I grew worse. Finally, our druggist advised Cardui for my complaint I was so thin, my weight was 1J5. Now, I weigh 163, and I am never sick. I ride horseback as good as ever. I am in fine health at 52 years." in f tVA . J in Cardui Th WomarVsTonic We have thousands of such letters, and more are arriving daily. Such earnest testimony from those who have tried it, surety proves the great value of this vegetable, tonic medicine, for women. Cardui relieves women's sufferings, and builds weak women up to health and strength. It you are a woman, it a trial. It should help you, for it has helped a f'ive others. It is made from pure, harmless, herb ingredients, which act promptly and surely on the womanly organs. It is a good tonic. Try it I Your druggist sells it lor Special InitnicUont, and Write to: Ladles' Advisory DopL. Cbattanooca Medicine Co.. Chattanooga, Teao., book, "tlomt Treatment lor Women." teat tree. 94 s Ij. U. Ni'nvomb, ISO a My wlVt A .l4na.il of plimdiir to (tnotfiar FLAWS SHOW UP 57 f on (fie Viy fvnJ t'w'ir T. ,11. V. A. ba.'iy ilwl In Itn tnaiY:i!'i n IN PARCEL POST P. II. HaJpli, 61 .a TO ENTER PRIMARY Mit. Tvy ihlnk tliy IkvI t,lia Utile .w.npr-- J '.sHjw'a h t;o Vj .tly aid M. A. U!.Vl, CT n .x'wil It to mvJiw, n It "IfXl fn'. NO. lck. O. T. lh'.Jf, 1 iiwn Jot .... Urge Him to O'd McCreary's Friends Finds C. II. lluwhn, i. i 'fivimr dlel TTmrsiii' New York Postmaster nlclj', 3f old n,?J and i , J. I'. ItuiKlm, 75 i Defects in System, To Be Run For United States of .HVirv, Ok'i . Ht. 'it. T. ,MoD-ll- , .tttk. 20 ii .v'-- i i'i;i nt C!Yrm.s htm vtf'vi IV w!C ... O, X, Farmer, K, a Remedied. Senator. ml ftl ii"n. h.i.1 .mvrivj j JVji iwi's t I). W,ot('fWl, SI ii. .. '.n Ok!i n.m, . SO. ,JIr. KTKnk Mrrtly, of Jt"U'-"- . i Jim. I. Alt' ijusf jjJ'i; Xiw Yii-ttiiiijtfort. Ky.. Jin. -- After a Jlrs. J. T. Ddil'Oii, 10 ii p.V rail. h.i Atwdlr7 a ntlVU wUi-'.- i "' .Vn'ln Jontv. 10) n nil liwr Fr lay iriwt of the Irft.Til Clvrt." i'id wfth l gtiqnnt. t, .Vf nyilem nt XiW Yrk Is V. SI. tttnlKi, .V. .a ntVfl witli IVitrrowi IVntiis II. Mr. rrvl Jin. J. U. .JloTiVy. iwtnil-r:.until at, .r twi wii'U tM. to II. S. ,VlKS!t5n. 63 n. ... JwIrv Ollle V. Ym.'. n? Jit. lir. J. A. Iiif f Is tWnk f t if nrf-ln- ,j tia1. In ".''itue il.ij ruitinntnr ilqruin NO. J. N. Cmmlffi. Jr.. t Wool-- f to Mc.Horry In a QiW ilij. to to- - ln, ftnml nonio deffiis whlWi I'u !' iweU J. T. llTtrMVif. K a jrd couity, Go-- . MrOruy , IilWlM .will Ixi ( to tu (ilnitfl'il to J. It. n h HttlRfJil wM" trp irhiV of t'v lm'-l.wT- -. 31. Htt!ey .has intwrjl ,fn:n u 9mm'.'s In the II. II. Ohntminn, S7 si , say is to the jmikij t'ii r.T' but ml ruthlnr wn u!? O. SiVlpdmr t'Tirtnrs. oltl? i:i'll. l.Vi (i The t'i. i!)jTt und T d'.x vkim. nd iU K)il ocmM tin Uoa"r ft'inf li ,lt dv.li.n'd t.;Hvd j. ,v. livki?, tn u It w.v iul!y viVto"i 'j"o t'lV loVn4t tvnt (ll tvi.ro.il po:,t Nw w.ia i(.,fivtlvo St u tin by 1511 Sld-tlVs.-r- l. wi howcvitr, that t'wlr no liW In that It did Jlr. Alo ilMrln 1sj ; ..... H ninnlt small id,"!;-ai- c to tnWr the tu Mik Uv. nv lme her. to i S'lVes i dropped tnlo th? street Pannl? Uikc. 40 .1 Senator ivtri.iry 0r I'nlt, AcVin arl Jaan Violtr MI'?' n,M Jn,tpa.d ot r,.viuli kin; f.lut tVy II. C. Jl'minK l'Jti a Ttiy Im.l lplJ a prvvl'iu orrfenvuw at ipvit t l'ib'. uin Vifity iirj..l Jtonluy iwlt'i b n." malbu! ut '.j of Vis ilv.lsiTrit"'' J. .11. WfliVM.fVfl. 4pil lvn tnvwtlon which tip w.Scilc Mt? iMo'. i:n(..v a. 5myi'.u4'. '.; utiyor.. Kwfl a ynut J. A. iWarjl, lb", i UikvaViI iJt. unl they Ml dsleriuinj-- l cake. If tn'. nt (liir,iel jnti. (nt, punt Shis. AmU? Klik. .n n. ,... to advise Gov. AlcCr-ii- . y it set Into .?Vr.ial pvnl-- i trjjbil Ii2 T.rrle.l U a Mr. Nt. Uu raA'. tyiiilrnvui S'ans.int nm up to nv.'H ho'Mtrl by are oft li"ious!t li'it In time fie A. I.. Itnlnl, Uw n auttf a nicotine of .tlw Crolol.al niisi.ilnc fw Attcc'fl .prt t'ujitsh-l- y SInr!in tli:TH,vnt .would st fit t)i mlbt ' J isp n1 Ijo.viI, 1W n Sur.wy. 4ut III? trio fnvene Khiwii Into app!"!n OiitrJer!iiln" ; pane's, us 1'i'ie ospros oonvp.inUri 1. Jn'tfit Ixd, 40 a Kim tlije Go ?rivr'a prhaV nftiw i p"eu-m.t- e , rvlii' Tits llnlmea. 3 S'W JI,ore .t'ltn appolnt-inerj- t. H'vy nnrtveil, apparently l niwiu nml? t'ic J. M. I'tvu-JiA pain. Kior cIe by ill ipicl.- - Oc.ir .StrliiKol, JO n niNtxke yfiatexAty of imll'irvi; Jn.lire Younc ttl Sfr. C.iihJmi Ws (. ...... wltlvuut plicltis V.li intra by p.mwl lm,nv:liaiVly after tlw oontwrnpce, .lvfi-In- ? Woman Handles City's Cash. "0 a. WMtltohoiiM.-- , pa-e". post tump ri'otipn. Willi the ' J. 'to make any kind of Vtniftnt. i'ij I'lKirnj- - Hon ley, TO a i.:cels for City. N. J.. J in. 31 M e,!ljrfi(,? Uxit jon.fircncs U sail (to iuw (jiken .UlanUc TOo NO. ol.' r.vv ivw iP'Jt" were iljlerttl a the tVUf'- In tAo whple situation under ilWusslon U.sIe Tomnso:vl. it ycA I Vstti vu! Jti". SaVVf SI. llr.wr. 70 H ri"iiy at 81.V'1 !Ut iffkrtis In this d:y. iJty t'vj r,rjn?uilz,i,llcm ot ,V. iryV and J. .. Jci'irp'ii. 4i a fio succfRa ot at--. wis Included In Its scops. i year. S'le .'cnHl D.iId It. Uum?'.:. Stanran bellcvtd Al- proel lHst btislne.s Mr. Kdell JIr,sr,in. 1 town wjio wa iltantTslM ly tjie oniinlsnn. QtiaSniHUi Vaneont sahl tha.t .next iwc-tr tb J. J. Jlq'.Min. 40 a." U af naly It vc'ijiN ln IVJ to iSIUs Tor.vnsnJ will imv- the cai lit! iwUI Httol out 70 J. A. ii concarnttii? the nwe tiv,v V,j).iV .nul t' i sale of "ill enV.nite nyulj Hr It .Virlnit ll? fli the cfnty o'lainnYM , 45 T, WpMtrftleW. C. i and tlv Nw Yo-- k nfllTO i;nitur will l? au?.sj.vry t,w boni!.. JUr e4votjon of Unvoiratic pw.Inct NO. to put a laxs'.1 vm'- C to Se City iJntwiinK v,?.ry c IV Oitd IS and tffs flection Jamvwy J. I.. Uiiz?. GO if e.thi clerks (p Mj k. flinty ci'm.lrjiv;n two itJKvp VvVr. 5h? fs slid to be 3'i nly wunun of Jimpfl JtanncT, .town lut tight 'or t'oller m Vv cojn-rj'- tliat ii fnard It Is J. V. Strtiitlpn, 35 on vol of the cpuivly orsruyznit.ont. In J. J. .WlWon, SO a." view of Vie Mxtu:itaJ jnlnuiry, Is WANT GOVERNOR tninii, ti,l N'n, , 23'.) 2,0 ..! !).' A) bn lVivpm . 1.1.1 find the best th&t is in shoes in our- store . Listen! You Vi ifiv rfim 558 mtXi iL 27BiA Jt-O- 10..J) tp.:. i T'it-'i-w"'- 1 v at i.o :."o 111 liVl ptrt-VY- V.u'-s.w- nii t'-- l' lot v. l. uni-w'- 7 V vi :tlml. tn-d- nol h-'- n. it:. 7..1, 7.'5 ' 17.1-,' nt '. 7.701 pxt-oCtk- 17.:. IV-o;- ?s nv .") 10. r. Lir) nV-T- J I w'.-?- alj J -: ".JO ". ' 5 ail el 4.-- :,) it II.W U.S. 7.;o J.'O SV) HfH. U'll. l'-'- ; ' nain. lot 1.75 1J.S") - p.-.- Wi'sft-rVci'- i!fi-!- ! S.W aw ' to-lj- y I 1 .. ".'.; 4.5 j all ovr tlw StT-te- . "1 ryiftv npfihv; mora to nuy at pnen-etit- ," sal 1 Gov. AIcCrno.r- - wi'ion asked fiOLAND NICHOLS LEADER OF MEN CACTADlA 9 .... 3 70 '.... 'ITi 1S.3 9W 11.31 S.70 'ISO 10.-.- I For Infants and Children. Kind YouHave Always Bough! NO. SI'lllXGS. wiV"y or U nut Iio had dicldsd acrettor.nl .primary. t tintr I Bears the Signature of 6&jW&&t .it I Ilwr and 4ildn. Victims to 8Vinacli, .with like totubVs Jiwt 'llks otti'r rravj.Ua In loss of anrwtlte, baiokivclie, ner luuliqlie. o,nd itlifjl., lLiUyi. ticilng. Hut tlvene's fo need V iftii Uk? itihAt us T. X). IlwMcw.Henry. T.kvi.. proved. "Six lnodU-- s of Kl'lcHrlo he write,", "illd tnorc fp (?' in; tip-- stninsrV'i and rooI a;ip?;tilte ithan all oLir slnvw)'i ri6iuill'3 I utfl." ?o Uicy Mz ovoryboJy. l,ts tolly J,o uffor xelHsa Ms srpat rprnqdy will (lip'P y011 from tlv; first (lose. Try It. Only Ui FJying Men Fall. Delivered Nearly 203 Lyceum of Land Sale For Taxes. ay wiui QV.O it'.r.-,- t j Lectures Last Year. Last season Roland A. Nichols llvered nearly 200 lectures, aud every audience was entliusiastic. That is wny ue nas Deen inueu to leciure he b'-- yus!, run-Iow- n fie do- - Itii:i" cirf-- s it all druugslsts. The Ages of Apple Trees It ttus lseji mtiql thaitl so:ua (ijple ITeca rave Ilvrd to XYtp ae if from '.' to f,j y?ars. I'enriiapa thirty jiars frf-ll" mtxugz. Tina "sweats" wim to iatve ostqvno longevity, with instjinoes of d jind IT. yoans. The .writer knows tiv lea,rij; at still huiXi:m;s tha,t are tlw it?! of at loaM IS yaara. Whtn you want a reliable m,eHc!ne for a oough or cold take OIa.!iib,ari!aln's CourIi Itemuty. It can alwiays be upon and Is plaafrtnit find safe aale by all daalors. to xii&i. ii fc.. uccii milnn? ih. HiiniH iMUillrHl. .viz: iiiiiicoi. shown of late in the novel. "The Win XO 1 KAS.T ning of Barbara Worth." which i3 among "the five best sellers" ot the iJAhn T. Allen, it. n. season, brings to mind that It wa3 J. W. Ccuipe.r, 3 tcwn lots' Roland A. Nichols who assisted the L. SI. Hali'icr. Ill a author of that novel, Harold Bell Ii. B. Ui,wis, 1W ia ;.... t I HAUTI-TOrSD. . .,.. umi .. the court luiiv? ilor In liirtfoid, Ki? - j fuy, i .tiwn Ij: tucky, .betwirpin itHe (Viiuis of 10 n. in. jncConiv'il, 1 a wji lot ana 2 p. m. jtio foHowiUrc lamls or so NO 9j;OIjtij ,uoUKIOUT. '.. ",av be m,rh ""- l,'!si:vk A.tln. 1 .town lot I "W 5. me. u .--. v oi tax a purity. Kerivky. 1 will o.. iS! wday I,l.- In F ivjru.iry, C 1). . ex,w? mt pu'.llc at u I alj I'. It. lWm, tt) n Sirs. SI. Jlrown. 127 n tt, HO n ('. AI. CO a J. II. NO. ItOCId'OUT. James Uakei, f a W. SI. Fiiwl, 01 n town lot Mzzle Uinn;l, j An xaper. I u..vn lot t 1Uytftn ., ,, I. (Ja-re- llinr. Shoes and Gloves you must have. When your toes and finger tips are cold you shiver all over. Our shoes will stand the strain of busy feet. You can also "keep busy" In our shoes, because they are "comfort" shoes. "The "corn doctor" von't get you If you wear our shoes. Our shoes are also trim and stylish; they won't make your feet look like a pair of canvassed hams. Buying our shoes won't eat a big hole In your pocketbook either. i.4 1 -'- .Wl J.3 C'3 l.l'i J.V0 ltibln,.!), 1 ""'' j..j.yj jij. uVm,n. i'.Ji a Im'. 31 CARSON & CO. INCORPORATED. 10.75 I0 Hartford, Kentucky. 10 12, 4 J. V'-'I SLrs. iKiunia V. .Oax. D,i-kr- , L'."on, 7S 130 '. ia 4.i" !.7i' , u 2 John Story a CO Fulkemin, Joni.'.o. 10 a 1.. ." HO .s.-- 22.1". rJ4B Jos ; 1 51 a SI Sclnoatii'ir. 0) a X. A. SohrouUir. 137 a XO. HAIlTFiOItD. 1 5.15 town lot ... Clint Carpenter, J. A. XeUon, 3 a Str,s. AI. i:. IaMi?rRui, 1 town lot 7.70 3:i.5) Sirs. D. C. Itoss. 17'. a 81.0 C. U. Sullqnjrir. 3 a LIST. XOX IUV5IDKXT M0 .,. J. J. AsWjis. JO n 3.13 W. C. .Maklrw, SO a I.M o. A. W. Busklll. 4 Own Combs anj Ijach by 1). ,11. iJiO.'STnh Co-nb- s Ollea-- , !'l. l''.5ll. Hvr I.. l"5 Peter KlRwlnwr, D. II. Wa'lj:e, XO. u. 1.10 ji .... HOCK.POHT. 2 I) W. D. Itojnl, town lot ..... .. . II. W. ltvyrU. yi a 1 T.'.O I0.s5 J. ItniMiufin. UTftnln-o- 5 u a n, xo. W. 935 SI. Ij. . ".1 37 iSIr. ltuth Itcibln-o- a 2D 4 50 J. W. XO. t. COIjORBD JjLST 1 town lot AST Ipas, Xp. 1 town lot I HE Vi.'. .t0 l)..ti 4.K". 5.V1 fr 21-- SI Ha'JIe Slwor. 2 n II. C. Stowr 40 a Jo'.W WMl',' 3 a .J I.. Himililv. l Jnwn lot K.V5T B,E.vvr.rt .dasi. G. SV. P.doI, 9S a. ami oni i,own UK.XiVKU DASI. 3.S.". C. Cra.vns. .llunibV?, 54 BJ Cook. 1 town bit 3 13 Charley lJili, 1 town lot 4.10 Oiylwid Taylor, 10 town lots .... 3.t5 Uwn lot J. W. 1UV, 1 Jinvi D. a 37 n a n , 1..1 5.71 Key. 23 a 13.i J. D. IWimi. K0 Joe. JtoblnKon. 23a 13.10 l.l'J lot .' U'O NO. VU' iKnvkicr, 1 Uiw.n jUivuul Status,' 12 60 ...'... .t."5 I.ST IIK.WK11 DAAI. XO. 5.50 O. C. Cprp.r. i " SIra. X. IC. Xe.wuui, 1 town lot 5.51 XO. S. It. C. AsbUy, 1 to.wn lot li tils lot Afay, J town lot UutifJI, 1 lo,in lot NO. 6. J. L). XO. J.33 6.S5 'ArbUfkle, J. T. Braif. 50 a G. W. Duut-Hty. sliu 200 U S..0 7 n Rj"i 3.i5 V, Select Best Potatoes for Seed. Y(V' rWVJvibly nsw .Tir.lotlr,s of ? ww likely to aji:ar mnniciisr BaV'arss, rr;at lrnp,rov,?nii2iiit In utiiialns nvu'p by wlepMniT 'tli." rcnt ntnj b-- J A. B. Cnawdfir by I. V. Ciowdir 4 ipiifc.'rnc tub?r for SJOd; o,nd row trnif:, n'.i;n, tnai- - (jb InOU HP In tfitx nrvBi'tr. Tlie tuber la p. bran,cli, mqt a nv:, mfl plants veiny In t'T.i'ir jtirar'lu11 im Ymil ns In Owlr i3d,. At tiv Unn. T,.hlV po'aties injij' vary In the 1UII, dry cam not fiilx there. Demand For Small Mules. J"or sonv) jrHiirs yet itlvine (will lp for the gnva.ll (inkle In the city ,inatf.'lil ilslivtf builrivs; and tulr nny Bill wll, Ho lie vit'.IV ro't'un mule. .Vs lcin? i. mi flivp r nttier "juatVJ ioat" n t!ie iiiml oiurv'j- ti'io ViirB3 nu 'J (Vra't will stay .with us. 'jyie .tiiafitlon iuid sikmii H fn emiv ran Outsji!. '.f Uyi rdtlca t,he niiVr an I tiw auto will lon.it r.'iniia'in summer bVrili. Ikh-w- : ( ROLAND A. NICHOLS. helped him through college aud interested his publishers in Mr. Wright's first volume, "That Printer of Udells." ul) It was in 1S93 that Mr. Nichols, then an evangelist, first met "Harry" Wright, as he was then 'known, a tramp printer, at Grafton, 0. The story ot his conversion, his subsequent struggle to got an education at Hiram college, bis entry into the ministry, and his later uucceas as a novelist, make 'an Interesting story, hut we haven't room for St here. Mr. Nichols Is a leader of men, a forceful personFOR FLETCHER'S ality and a great lecturer. He Inspires confidence and makes people I better without being "preachy." DUNDEE. Sir. XWwls will lappep-- at Dir. Dian'i' J.VU C 11 .t 1ihiu toan sjiwal ,ditti 0)pena Huusm, H.vttird, on nax,t muet-ilo,Huniy ie.vMn,s, January II, in tils mjutei-plvintr fa'tv n t're laa. .tew ilfi--J. Wrlfijit, oiit of O'do county's bet Worth leiuli'..ed: Tlw JUin ct'jcrw, !,Vd n.vir In ire W.Tlnfisdjiy uljlit While." lit w'.'ll Us iui untontri.tiviivit y uf Hi twos HWk only nlivi of t'i Jilshes,: nrclar aril weiU Aiyg. Jlo wfW burled .'n I'lo Iia'I't) nu.ie of patrontiiSe. Speaking- of tilm, t'li bright, converted him to Christlanttyi Children Cry C ASTOR A i. r e, Wa-t'.i- f"1' ai'l limina a niiwpipor ripoot oinnot ft'tem (.. Justify. H has a nuailficsnt (ioc?. l "VVtrteit wns w man wfr) wJU l( inlm char 'v.rupi'.liUc. "His onuncUtlaa . He Is j3irf'ot. He lias iWOrtd,?(rful diairtot'.ve od ty i'in frlcinils aivd tlts'ibw-sItid n !ululu' Ii)wrH. Tlw VJt C'uorv folVJW.ed hlii v.u.1 alwiy.'i rtvaly t or dltoswsl. tipfn arcmivmt tu arsmnient and Cnoat luvvl ito Vw iiwtrty. Ilu wax SI yiiiM old ond bpUwdal to lUAitiuUon to UllutnJtlon In p,rw&Ui.rl V silence. Ilu hied Uw rapt atitqatlctn oi M. U. Churoh. I&;nn,'o vWJiltl'u9 aryl wife, while tte Iniinenaudten.ee wh,lch fllltd the Mvin fipui Sir, W,ld Tuul's fcut FjtI- - bptuna ropm." ,Mr. Dr. J:iit:i, SHis.v tukl iOVa'u and feon Claud;. uiii ivsd Hrilaiy. IU. ,bro",!v'ir,ii. Torn itf'jb, 1rfim SIoi):?.iouw, SIi., wmv lis Vmi a wife, tiw cluvrlftr. nivl Jie.r?. 1','i'xil iSloi UU.) Dally Courier sj.y '"lY'o tw-i- j adtTa;s by lialaud X.IulwU yi'i8,Biday wow rt-- ) . Pr a Idt .... 7.'n W. G. T'nsley, 2.31 XO. . Sinde- 4.10 tur, 150 a lW B. P. Ituyivis, 10 a 4.1) 2.20 J. W. II tyro., 10 i 2.'0 I). H. Uuki 1 town lot 7.40 X.O. 1 V:.VST IIAILTFOIII). J.lO Jacob 7A 2 tow.n lots XO. 13. S70 O. K. Itowv, 1 Vwn lot Udla Oii'.tfln. 1 town lot f Postal Enyry, SO a IJ. G. Afi'ilsQi, 230 ,i . 4.10 Sirs. Dan'ol .nines, l town lot U.Vi Smith, Kr.. 2 a J. ,W. .Ford. 80 p. CUrk,' 13 n C!irVs 2.t5 GeQ-aWiakoVand, 1 town lot .... "..15 Selena .Uun'jJii 1 town lot .. . . 3.1. T.'ienkle Cnair, 60 a T. A. Haward, 8 a if , I.uoy' (.lcG'ilush. 1 town bit ., . 1.35 Ilair.ne.il, 1 town lot SIIk XO. '." 6a ICiokn.'J-.CJ5 1 6.3V own lot llnrks, U.'rt Cli'-''3.V. SI. L. AaUby, S2 a 50 a J. T. . Sirs. A. J. JHuK:nin?y. 7 31, Jim'kuj. Illttmnn, 1 ito.va Vi. .... l.W Buir I'.nki, 1 I.vmi lot !. II. L. jTJT,?s. 1 to,wn lot II. J. Hill, 1$ Q fct I.M Wlll'ii 1Mb, 1 town lot .. .. 7.t-- ) tot Sirs. AlVitW Jimtis, by J. S. TayiOR J. .V. Uansar, 1 110 Atv U.UUh, 56 a 7.0") 73 a '. Mrs, .Hinirlet,t 1). .Itowi?, 20 a. .. 3.33 W. I. Itvidjir, X tnwm lo,. 60 u rt.'fi Sirs. T. O. 1 X.T0 Id,a 115 S. tnvn Joit a S. F. Wa'Uoe. 40 a 3.15, n f. Swl'it, 1 .towfl lot ' T'ji'MniT, 1 town lot 6.55 X. B. aX 6.15 Ij. B. iWade, 1 twrn James, 70 a Itob?iit W a-NO. 8 WiUST iHjVIITI'iOUI). XO. Lumfflrd brtliB, iby J. C. LunctorJ, XO. 7.V) Iilla Urook'us, I town loit 25 a 5. i.. Ilipwn. 2 taiMn ols W. LJ.1, W. O. Arlhe.r, 203 a ' 1.10 1 town UHI Or,lffln. 4.'5 J. M. UlVir. 130 n lot 7.11 K. Worth Uiown, 12 a tlobait Rnatohfir, 150 ia 21.21) 6.33 John .A. AIc,lI.(inry, ?.::o O. P. mown, 40 a l town lot ,. 6o3 It. Ij, wj'.en, to n J. L,. Aleijqjr, 10 a t Mwv. 3.S5 Stox,lqj-- , i by C. A. F. 13. Khnbtey, 1 town lot .... 3.V. IM Xdll, 1 towm lot XO. hiUflV- - Nail, 1 town U x,o. 3 23 Sloxley, 33 ii l.ll S. J. JljMy, 63 a. 16.C3 4 0 Jok(;0i C, Taylor, 1 tow.n Ut ,.,,. 5 ID .a 3.00 B. SI. .Ashby, 2 a. K. SIiV.l:ir, 50 a .. 0.M v A."ll. 'uo'trHif 00 a 6."5 3.70 DiviM Taytoir, 1 Vw.u lul ... J. W. iPunqll. C3 ia a 1.3 W. Ij. leVhart, 3 J. B. llowjey, 120 a 1 I.:0 Moirtln SVakieir, towm k ... K. C. IVrry, 23 n T. J. P.itton, by P. a. ratou Mrs. Julia Wad.9. Otk. 70 u. ' . --. 10.11 T.'.KJiira,j J, Wvii'knr, 1 .town lot Tll' ,w. . uiu,wiaru.. I n 30 a: 3.' Kmery Tlltord. 17 a w . l.Si no, If.". W. O. Hrql, 93 a XO. PLtKAAXT. u. ,v Cop.na.tfe. A a. 19.10 Miuuiii.n. '. 12.7 IMytan Hwham. 23 a L. C ItijU'irtiun, 12 tomn loi .. 433 C. It. Cotfuian, 108 .a ;,$ Narnwn narr(wil, 5T a. . i.r. .71 w 5.15 atunlwn nrwin, 1 town ftot K. 8. RamrVill, I .town lot .... 1.(.0 W. ,11. .Wirlfflit, B . 7..I3 jv,m, w a J4 ( o. F. Craig. 43 s.io Mra, Mniral, 40 a 2.60 G. W. St. Otalr. NO. 29 2) VHmn. SOO ,'i- 13.V) . t.'5 . -- . i,...wor, aw u. u J. U. Stognrtr, 60 a n.iv Albst iSa,ndeirs, 50 a, Mrs. Bcitt,le I'Vinr, 5 D, Ij. Evans, 50 a. l.fO J. !:. Smith, 2 tow,n lots Mr. Jai flulnn, 1 town Vt .... It's. Jomyiah Wjawlfor, I itqwn lc?t 3.15 , V) Bmbry XewiLoin, 2) a .6.15 J. P. Solitoadtr. 40 p Clltl Ward, 3 a XO. ' 13.S3 D. F. Udddji, 50 u SPHINOS. C. F. Tapevui, by J. Jt. .Tacpm XO. j, 5.10 6.53 K. Undien. 3 a. ?.35 Tina .LvutctUory, 1 town lot ..;. U0 H. M. Anhby, 50 a II a. . l.53 SV. S. .IL.Ulen. 40 u Sirs. AnnW Taylor. 180 a It. It. Can,non, 1 towin lot Mrs. A, .Mn:fl. 263 a. tl.w !W0 Qharlqs JamlMjn. 3 a 1 to,wn lot .... 2iJ II. F. 0.rltvr, 41 a. ...... J.?3 M. J. TTMi'An, Mois, 40 13 A ,. 10.S. ,,. L, Siul , Jjiniee Wade, 101 a 9.0 Wither Alairlow. 45 u Blnur DaiCQii, 8 n J. ll 1 2.S0 S. I). SViJhovvn. 1 town lot .. I.K 37 a town lot V. C. LVMffipn, C. S. I.V0 21.) Jamos T, Stvirpliy, 23 a .... 6."3 a Oscar II. W'iun.-.l- l Jaii?a .Fltzhugh, 140 a. Are Ever War. a. NO Tlrfliw a,r twio ti'ilajs eijrVinVntjliy bX Mrs. Salllo Hlnnel, 119 a. ...... 2i.se SV. Al. I'ulllam, 49 10 M .... K.30 ' O4C0.r Jluff. 43 a Sid M. iB. Smith. 73 a .... " v. '. ..wn.;,, a Jl, ,,,. a Bdswr Jiouhn, 46 ' 1 15 kl Saivo iwtU InnUi'i jilUu in lnmy fioirpii. 11.30 Mary C, Ha,inU'jon, Stttuile 14q;1ui, 63- U town lit, 1.'.) W. JI. amlth, 101 a if 7.15 awi )'JHW,ua ti'W 3.75 8. S. King, 1 tio.wn lot 3.73 Li. W. T.rutiiuui. 1 tluwin lot II. Jl.Oaa'jU.?, 10 a ImiUKon, ,ln- 80 a. I'j.fj.ftamnifijtVm or wicJUmf. It k,vh f&ji- 2.M 7.'0 W. C. ', Malvin Kblnjsnr, 40 a Kiln Cook, 11 1S.73 , . NO, ln,i(tt' tloy. "OiTii(,f;nt iixxlitt of FOUU3VII.UE. C. 1). Howard, 106 a J. B. Ivilnj;, 103 a 7.0) SV. V. eprpiwl. 1 town lot 1.80 , Iwniv, tlla. ubcvirs, jjuVj, 16.10 Alhfti-- t Cajjiar, 40 ec- rui'istw, J. W. HcttcliieT, 80 a 40 a 13.2) T. H. Tucker, 33 a 7.10 .'...(.... 3M J. F. OvfM-to135 a tuaVIa, Dlmplas, Li. C. IlooMer, ktn aTorAlonJ. ll.'.'O J. 7.15 Only 23 C9n,s at all (irugisU. J2.D Kd Sioper. Jtown otjS II. W.rluht, 83 a , L. 11. L,lle, 42 A CO 1.-- .town lots B. W. Crunie, &S a I. L. GMUrr. 213 3) n Bnwnt Ctoinpas 40 ta H. II. Gnrs9 d:iwar,d?, JO p Will' L.e 1 . Mrs. jVnne 'IO Oils Hall. 1 town lot I '.3 Jia'in 'C. Lon.y, 1 tov,n 11.10 H. C. besach, ogent ill. 30 HuU-hlson- L. It. 3'uiltz. 2 a Hard-.-c-i SliulU, 32 a H. C. Tlchenor, 63 a .. VJ towfl UCQUaitBlJ LUST. 1 .town lot 3.23 C00 J.V) 6.- - John drawn. A. F. Butlor, 33 120 If! a. ft W.l( 3.:1 8 J. SV. (Stirl. HO. (BUANCII. 4.10 5.13 XO. Albort JlaAVy, 50 ti Leslie Ura.V:h'r. 30 fa 3.0 Mbo 21 a illarnlct Fo,-,J. P. Fanrbi, I) a J. T. ritrUwtlcld, .TO ft. Mrs. K. A. Lanran'itr, 1U) .i. ia 6.1-- Fiq-uy- :e J.-!- s Hcir, 2 ifln l' S..-- 0 tm 13.-J- ) l. u Si-na'- , 2 1,-- s' INT nr,ai' 1CT 2 v 5) iiu,i r..,. Vy W-)te- a..,... . at -l.tq'-.in,. 2 - 'I ..,,. Tru-nuii- 7- -3 E3T a.' fi. im u ,ntl, iiumi'T'" ' fl - sii a'ww - " ." iT ' " w' ir rfrrun iiitilTiriiritriiiiih' irfi