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'KttMn j HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KYn FRIDAY, JANUARY 24, 1913. wnftlllij on Imvnillury fltos." p mtitlwil o hM oJ i hartpw ntr,v'n.l the a on tin, of Ci'v onto iM foUtiwltur nm"l!"t'(j ulif Me. Jfrion 1 1 -- KENTUCKY BOY ITUMEY TROT III! I, !,ll Rrtl Feared I j tho DTtfon of eiry man, wo'iran those eJilM In flip tounfiy. Thr Kitjji y fncWfousty fold -- f i I j FV (JoinM. MINI Y AM GANG v ! jT 1 Uij. 4 i mint. Ono wpman wotr: "Ivlndlj f ! 'ini'l bv tin.' mv .llvl.l .,.1 nt .. ' 5i3.A7-7.aCorn Dies In Gov.' Wilson Relent3 rsi.72. in rr il lair bills anl stvnti-f.- o Hnnls.'' Aiio'4--(- r ojrjillmnt aatjl in wiwt a mv nutn wli'i n fiii(lj,( pful 5p Y(W t t'l" cwcmrii'M would bo ofOjminl Esteemed Pastor of Hartford Was Guest of Agricultural De Real Reason Big Inaugural Is by hbi renui it for hfg own. Rival Bands in Fierce CompetiMr. IViiVrtx Ima dm win up a clrculir Methodist Church Passes Awsy "tier In which ho lip mut il'jap-p)Ipartment Along With Other Pulled Off Reception tion to Secure "Business," applicants yv Ha wWi -- Funeral Thursday. Prize W nners. Planned. thajt tho Trsafiury Uepintnii"iit and Stop at Noting. cn;upu,Vs nipnijily t(i pfr cntitt.i v f Vl ion on a ti'ippirc-iiijbals, anl 4. Vctvb of all walks of lljs In our Was,'iln;tnn, Jon. 21). Lrittfr Hrynt, Wi'i'ilnti'on, Jin. 20 ,T,Uo real txiainn law no or,r Its dlsVibutiqn. ilbwloamTwi Jan. i ' . Inw.-i-il- a )lit 4m rrJAtkally Ifl Uttle oltiy wois greatly sVokuJ oirly of UorkfleM. .Wnrrm county. Jvmtiukvd why Pr 'iVI"Ht-.-leM'lbrw cuskrd that resolve to Vie ex,Ut(nou or rvl olj ji, Wednesday morntng whein the nnis wju will ., tnr bjj corn k oivuT, nrw frJJid Url uf tiVre Vtifi. uf rir ijhw tu ciii wo li'j if,tiLal Surprises Husband. jn htMAXml If jw InausiTol liall was flasliod the town that Tho RevMs roojn nt .'.01 J)sli-V- fiu InauKural Cbmmltto" Jiepo tpjjy bj W Vv i'.To "t klllll of VMtlQIPitltl'VI c(mU'l. Our ojflco lwik p.il'ce ronrM ,pi,ylatIon U'lebrran, Ky., Jan. W. I EinunJ T.U- - V j1 Ua-- e erend T. V. Jovjr, the jq?Ulor paaVir are il.o!nt!y thlrt afternmn. UTio bjy TiViimj XieSwm Pj,i;, clialnnmn at W10 lf have 'n.Mue atv altounl y amnx'iitn a fUnpiinnan of t,h'j oUy, nUo ia man- - of .11 la n i tnMrvltuf rt1nii-Ini'vullary flrn Is rj'. a had evidently blamji unt Vo was b' . J1 boert Co nnuVm U,,U,n"l wn wultiy liy jiMlt'jw (iniun iio;r loss frjiiii .Mr. . .. lipn n- -1 l . vi ww !.. wuncu, jiari on . S ... ..... .' . ntu irorn mistake. II.J hai unUjub'(cd'y fjjltim;"'-e- l fie lfpl!inl-e!tc- t Ws liy Krwl cw an,iljlH,rln blng a aiilok Tf ti ni'il wnvls a t'w daxs ago al?w- ..L ...,. ulMl . lUtninj' ,;v4Mtlan .. w,in M, twj to ti ilnsti flrrn a day. Most of k to reuc'i the lnr wlin tht gn terib n ciril orrnd tp tYiythlni- - Juit ho lnVuVj'rfitln lirlbv SUte offlclCf w.nt ftwno and told 1,1, wlf,, pf n ltv? Q Jlls Monilj w liiwi arr 311 all cl t flre, wefwe tnn wtts ivierp(irtnit him, jibt lnlv tlurt pi'wt vmfHaTy danolntr, f,artid that ro nuulo by A. ,rf . mnvnemofte had ju powhoaed of W ir ',.-a- - wpwii'Mi uan'ltiK amaM, .. to nrn u tjVlr'abl wls fun on t!u) f'j.T jjar t!s flof'. tfie "tn-kj- rt M. O'Uof UMMiiy SUV I,'l' trot" iuiiI kindred wl John WVItfit Jle had only e pfncc( and w M Indices wpull l ft Bryafi. ;mis ti f jm mYuiy Sjulioin In full ')i'a? aide tp iiVtI to tnU. of t, 0 cUVrtrt iuiI otl',-- t tlr. JtifJi t ,, he rnnke of $100 ,ch(0, 0,llldre an Lwli) wjio ovme lisw on lnvl'i'fVm tf on t',5 tVor, arU njlwfd ii mf ilr.it - to li fifind lmar-IBK- nAT "t,irt tin's." d'.d nqt said, hut the hhlapce of tl.WO hp .whull boJd(B makUlg a nulnbt fjiuimV after Iciii nine of l'ie Klre Marilml Sofffrl'p1!! t'u Deprirtni, nt of A?irVlJltiuiv ,fo- - a M,rs. WIU,on and his ilj,sht'is Pay out on time- - Tln his wife f- u- calI. ari). 7l-..- . ... ,. - ... , lnijr.Lno -Mr. ltaoh'M ivMilon f,'iat 10 ,nd a pr'zs for 'lis us n r. n trniA". . V...-- . . w'uire inqh danrs ,wtnj -- lt. . !. " " i t of Jixi'1! Clurk.-oy gnS to a v.o - (ir.ti to bnxikfast about 7 o'tf-- k In GVqiro w,,re ln; j,' y Ilr ns a t;ili-In VQ:ri nj. ' a.l hoy and Ka wlo Is (UUI rfUrn of Wittlvue room nmdconhv, bock with a bl3 whI-j-- j, , unusaal coinplaIllti but ufl. Utjt'4 of ,'h aypllan es of the vvify tp Kluitril J. Uttur, ..HsUt,cit and that tV ftrem,fcLn knsrvv a'ip .cfmmlMee, D- -. at fir I tm S,ho counted let. $1,600 ami tap-!,,, to- -, h, b at;l aim-- , Viq wh umble nty. uke hls pIaw at tne , - nje b .VitoriKy, In uti off trrt p lrl'ie Pats. ni'W off tl.lnp.j.Lriil bofl rml e.1 It to him. him to go anl pivjuble he -- w wa3 .tefcm , to xure uvld i t'irn. klai. ftp 'itt Ivjuts 1'J.e ouns Bry- put xo'in Co.n(Wpss the nutlon wfiritli- - cad. for ,e ww Iwn... It'ifie m Wj oHa.r by lhe wtu.ll --vn W lloUiMnt c' ari'.njr CUifk." with 'J H'l'jant told ,wlth sVe of his a'uill bj a pnibiyc ej.vci'Jcm nt Kild .he had , , lptotollItlI ' Mi witii onl Hamlet To Go To Rome. JtiJk of ri'eiisu- - In nMn? ttyi cinVnl. ile tie Clir)til ire ols'jvu'ieire on thp nliit tunonnts fpr t!6 past tov,enty rtlnn ww p:(t!invil bt?foi . w)wn b9i. h, Mf d to )ii-litru MU ClJrltn,,l' tWn iSn;t. HirMda' Hi'PiV4't. (if IMbJIe Tnt to his rooming Jjouao on Ills a- -. of aiarq'i I. Tie more, and In tVs manner hi'.I r.ya,1 . appro-vibebj aonie otlieir inanih ir of in!. JIU IxmiU wans UN' ! at !'' Intrt't'on, liaji ibiqn rUn't! a tWisiit) rlal In Wiislirs-iiat mldu'Kht Su'i- - T!ip "pa'irVjt'c" lU5lncfp men of t'io Vils $1,000. the foiTVly, h was uruonsu'eus, anl Ml. e capttal. find m? Vat fVl-fnkuntil aftur non tiaHons' Itural lay, anl It was t re;ii.nt Kvitucky p.t unable to asVst !ilni3i'.f in an.y way. iSUhfcrlpt'ontH to "CJiJcifio tJay, I IlVji?t has the UbMilt Conw tj'vj liniutaural , his fotifid. The to lwld In lt.m,". 6day Tobacco Sold. Drs. U'.ly, ro-- d and Pendlo'on iweire alt f an- - ml) In tin tta,ty, iVj.rll a; will nu. be uiiornvtrltflen by ull re 'flT Imu1 lttIo r'n pjr"lnUntn- - w DtjaV- - family at lloikfle'iJ ) us hjn A telrpibone nvvepge fi )in Ownsboro sumtmned anJ evi-- y ni((ins brown lo infxy," hi.V1 .Mr. llvli. "Tlwy avj mnl liy.Vio "t'-mr(U1uaV.Vv Ctit nT".ftfl and will bi askp-- l to dvcUe ceipts a-- - In Unys Rist, liiaie ln3kl la'.p Yesitrrday -y mwltoal skill lujort-i- d iotxart-Jto to rally Xt. Uwvleil tf7!i'Kir ns one Kan, Imt Up iMHr vockvtbookt, n,nd will pot s'ltn as tJ th dti,rtjl'j3n of iw bo)ly. ilnfDi-mus Kiait almost all the him, bin he sank sVjaililly anl ait 2 tfjjlr nine's tyj ohicks n fiely "ni )fi:" aivl f3nii Vro ane I'.VSdKD Katies (it iwn-IIHUOIJUH I)UI5VII,l,K itrlp nil IlaniWU wv'J uf Vi Equity tobacco had been said ajt fro'n o'clock In the aftincian. about rrMrwn IvoaUvllle, Ky., Jrin. 10 l.cstr iBrj- - did w'ien they ix3o'rl all oont-ib- J4h irlaJr? annxns the (Uffiivr.'. hiil nccfTAt ith .TCwVvtniint, $) ito $3 fir lenf an4 3 fljr traii, anJ lours aJ!VJr the stroke, he anvav rf trpvptauUTM U aint, t' f boy bltvr iinl kon coin iroluc-- r lloni ,U) lw nqturii'd wjjti'i Intvit. s on-that .ijlre Ohio qouVy pal'ff? are call- suproundul by lox-ot -- i in t'v UUinwlilo, t'io"e vrl o btjlw fn uiy of Knacky,, wlo mat a tragic ill alh of Dr. ed' .tw cnvU'Ion , ne!ghbo-- s and Srtnri3 ,whO m& at Uantfonl piKt Mpnd.iv his. cWyi at trailinii. IVmn iui In Wa'iuvit-oto lay are wontlfittii; this nifternoon, nsrvl P.iaj's ffv laod allvfiocteil to the pansomaas A3 to ratify the ale Hn Q'iVjiBo AlmlnU'na'jIion will Liuls,vllle Sa'JUtxJiiy Ii(om Ms w'la.'vir tine known as Imuiinr'e as the Hiiws wixs many of be epiifVally' Htraltlw d. Jl'he rratl'H wljit. Uomi9 at Itoikfeld who olvn sit V f Sr, , bjjfo'-2i JUs way to them llngarlng In "dsipest somow o Oio ) Ti'iey f I'' phyi. tiVlr susa ,tfivilano3 the "l'urk.y ltli riialr wi'iurj Uiy tfianpliins of all end. x the JViVn wl'l Kdth'r iff a flxo rtxjs Tioit'' If tfujjvola'e, and thus tpiv tlje hita n, !ii;o a'llonoblVH In null- RflVpmend Jialnar wias aiplnar J.Ut In.-- , da,rv fat ib'pii full oramuilii- -, Dnt lp tfiat a fbu edjua'ila'ial tour of flhe pipltal second yaar as pastor of tlu HiTiforA I v Jilt tp b rttartrtl. ap on W fA y attirjJIn3- tih)J NdTinnuI tyivsr Unlpjjit fin (t.ura slla'-teohunah, having ban sent hene from HOLD-U- P ? aLirni It Is nilirii'aad tiliat If p pub-IJul Ooluiubla, altuatt Jo!iV S. C, Jpinua-- y to na --i. He No Oraasent illll, Louisville, in tfte fall :r. nw Is hld th9 women folk of niXJiistwi do ni ifl Of 1911. He wua n man ot niont .wlanlng otuoH- - svii't Mi flr tJuftmtVv.g, Viity Hrjirvt wois flffpn years old. anl the iWllsjon fa,mlly will nqt oitte,nd. Decision. dlailtlan and hy his r,ien11tae, T.I10 commlttqe decided a pqbVc iun l h Vint, mnd tho) ouily had .wan $30) in prl&x on his corn ' courtly and dl&nltled bearing paon Won not within Its iurkadtc-tt'oW93 wdlitt wlrM. 'Vheiy mak,i their tiwnr-- y products. .The championship was award his way into the liearta of all of our Vy rvlu!Anff Oe Jpsses. and If ons lsifld Conynasa rnust e,J an an uflr of ca-- ji tihat Pirodiuce.1 Jlls manner or proaaUlj-w No Substitute for Inaugural U3 , Poor. jiptUng- $70.38. Soirw of the ainppqprlatie and (muke the aiepea.xry "Oin pv cwit of the flnrn In O'lVvviu Has plain, but toqoeful and while th-rmay for It. Th.3 fo,Tinilttiie too' stAUcs w,.--e e of jlndeiiiUir' tvb;ln. anU mir tlfteeej feet Jilgji ami ir.iv have b;pn nia-- e eJoqiiant p,istors Jra.-Ball and is Awaiting tnfl ip.cnt'i'o.n that ,tlw proaoal s in ears to Uu) JiUI. tfU oVwJit Oo ,ll as finjnxui. (fanivtily a,i nona held a higher pSoe in mliie awfuct of .the Joint Consri-slonuniinr In Pittsburg He Gave Pack $7 to Uw haw hwnw ctl iname uf ,Uiv airacm ttnm tfiat was Bdnard Qallreln, "asd i, Suggestions. estimation of the people as a mam Inaugunal aammHtee. In a irepol't-tb- n fvjyinilble lor rah fSn. of Jeifersoji county, wlhcoe corn and as a flhotfouah oVtst'an gen'jleman. Man Who Said It Was 4,he q:mvnlti5e anpqunceil tliRt It ran ltf 1.9 buslvels to prlz,) acre 4l)'iiOfse 'fr'Jbufl, know ,tlia,t Viny are His Jiffs ,was cl'on arvd ho pxernpljrfbjil' wpuld In e.vsry wy passible at a ne.t profit of $8 50. (was his Christianity In his aery act. the arjfla"-tV- )" Prlnqtilon, S. J., Oaji. wi wnutfil. Tlvey All He Had. anKWAjeniervts Vqr t1 huoop-ful to Ioulsvllle by Kfld aiultoji-l- r, wtfdi nil to caU at my office, tuul orv pa- WUson relteira-tetoni'iX aluait !v Ileitrend Joiner was barn In Xlrigi; Imnuqrati'ion ot the PrAld,Mit-n!iqqt- . ,w;io its In aharae of 'Ui Bqjs' and county, Kentucky, Septembor 38, 1S3I. out Ijid irfvle ausolufeily no dieclnlon ais to tVim Imsbited on taking m, Jqtot Consres The mtimhws of t,he k i! p dlntvT. We toll Mum to Wie'.r Boatqn, Jan. 20. WlUlam J. Monpgu Entned .tiie ministry phout the jwrtfAnml of his cablnot dnd au4.l OWs' Club a-- of tlw iWieptftm ifnlrt a'onol Comfmttte'cin t(fi,9 who deserted Wie (routine ot arpxy Ufa iears ago and has tysn Q)ntlji-OL- ly at tjiy are 'tlrribuga' and that ww that, tihua fa- -, lw had nat conscwusly Sohool. Jplin M. AUvartpn. of Lwitvlll. are Sfrw,c,-- a pf iMassuohfuscitt; Cnine, PfUil candt-datethe capenbes ot (ii t)nlp out 'of will wxMk inlslit and diy t lail q'infenreU .wlUi any for tjhe floraer of a "h.ql'lHup' moot, ww preMhtng In the LoulsvllU conIeniein,i Oei-Eiof and pwinman, gMirinal lnteivst In (the tleA'elopment 'uf Biooon, of hrought Into cjurrt Xodjiy and held In since His first o"iar&9 was Llv'-mor- e, It U uotl)in urrunimun for on,t ot yiee Qorollna, and ,11;NiVtih In KejUitoky. Dppiaiii'imi-int- s knrjMi iirqbug tp offtir our deVicitiUw $3,000 ball tor the grtuid jury. .McLiniij county. It was ima-r, "I miouUln't do tlwl," lie said, "un-y- i asrirulture KiiiViSiy, o,t IJltaals; Uuck&r, at (MUsoui-of tne Sta,te andJ3a-i4rn(Tiie(nmd tl.e Sepil imbeir ' 1, 1SS8 to 'Mfisagps frpm PM,tsburff 'arl brHics. Tl(y are clover and talk Allss JQuCaiultt, I hail finally mode up :uy mini ' and1 Oanpeitt, of Tenmeasfie. Sinatpr Cm'R I i5fchoal ana la en- As a pavilblljty of ,wil tJie ypung Harris, of Uavleas ipujnty and he ifl ito cpnfLrrn tviU aftfe'n onao!ousiy viim. pliek ?! man. I courasAng crop tbocm! mt Hhrpiuiah ti iliVllnqd itplay to express on aptnton man's bpastB that he oprraLed sucpprti-full- y survived by liJs Iqijlng compank CVarke Incident, In t,lie T1I' anl Cabinet comulUHl wlUi ' any future TOSWdUig the pqoppsed oeiqp(Vlo,i, stat' of prizes. V m,3m,bni" office, uvm In fippp cJiUfs. In his diary h? the ifallqwlng chlldmn: Eu me Harris, AiVVu ununual. and added aa an afluT. afltini ing that ,t,he mnftt'ir lipfl not ptflclallv 14 While In Waahlnaton, iryfimt Intend Utsvt net Aan attir trai In on- - oJft-- i with rob- M,ary IUy, Margaratt Alltpi. Samuel hod credited himself also thquh(t. "tlugji I mlffht liable bean plac," bpfons fito committee. The ed tp lslt the W,hV.e itouse. (tilw beries In New York, Buffalo anil Clevertobart,. Morion, Emma Fraoklln, iJ, lUtl'ipUiSli Uwy W pffer h (Vo o,ne rn'fl wihom I m(l?at wlt)li VI Museum, bhp SVHh,so?laai iIBntl- - suggeiteid awpcpjtlon r.j(et with the jhepirty land. Ho .visited only efptees and rail- and James Clinton, me haiJ tw near V) or IJ llJ .cm ,tl street, dhj'wlll subseitnutxyy dlvooa,' vnp'oval qf ltctpn4'enitu,Uo McKlnley. Imm-d-road jacket offices. other than )Mnr walk Into a tioiP. It U a pao Mr. .WlUon again exwRJ his le-l- tutlon, tihe CoiUloJ and qther PlajQcp or Gov. WUspn's wilsh, In the family. evnt of Monisms pome to town on Tueadiy. Dr. i. J. Harris, hisxf PUlpqt, Ky., Interest. ftWfgnejnvun'a wo I (ujilrvst timot'ier'w. ft V. tirajt It was unlikfjly any of itve tVre Balng a public xtctptloiy on Mpjr,.vh ainkl jfagilsleired NATIVU Qf WAItr$EN. Index of all Una snf- - men wjlwun he sMecta far W cabin., ol a first class potel as hrotlier of Mrs. Joiner, eoily 4, Is tliat Mm. jWUson aiulAlw MiUscd Boinllntf Oren, Ky., Jan. W,lli'am ilf C'jaybxin. He ppent tw?o days Thursday warning J WV1 Uu'a In Chicago. V have will it'iViao In .vecept Uw jYrt,'fnlos and U with th ' Brjan,t, Kentucky c'lamjiton oqnn Hnn- - Wllron fshquld not be ipxptcted to ll l6ViaUvj" looking ve.ry mjirw. otf-!f- l atclilng Cvolr Vle to,wn before djjcldln; fAnUly. it,lnv. I' JiPd iMWJ uttjrgRiUU f This iiformatLon whs coiixpjviJ to to tf, who was Inuppesslrvie ( wid hUU It 13 ItrtfKisjuie to K'ure irm- in oAtftmat th9 robbery ot on 2cvlqi funeral were conhim that 'many mit weiw loath to glv Uammltt.-ihaving in Ucknt office. His aeleptlon wnp a son ot (William A. BWjimnit, a tho Inwagural n.l.llaA n.ili ntflap mur Alf.!inn nliA wtis an un- - ducted at the Baptist churth yetfnrday ,tio RTityir tne Cabinet. Vwrtr lusnns Qh,arpj th Inaugural ctre.mon.les. fonbuvitp aiie,for wliui hfj entined Lite afternoon at 2 30 by , Reverend 6. J. rUlessly and. If opportunity, a33arl, He Maid ivs riUlKnd (ttifl nxon! fUvo tjiit wfvll.knpiWTi Carmeir of ,the aackjfUd nft'ffhbprhoicd. Jle ,ww hut fWtenn place last avnlng and d:nvqled the Thompson presiding Elder of the Ow vvvuld not he.sdtate tor a Siocuul to win aonf'.lims nwaiairy. Trenton, N. ,1 , Jan. 20. Preqldent-,alr- ct oU anri 'was barn and mqanqd An ift'w-nt- ft contents of idlve safr),Jhare were holt a ensbo-o jMUfol xn cacli qtihej. district, a'islstid by Rp rewi Ive "A Qtit)lnnt ' nmltion, tftos' Wllaon ftjdoy suggested that a popular qounty. hoiti C. r. Wlmborly, at MiadlnonvlUe, &t7 doaon penraons prmr'nt, one of "As 'ovldqnce of itlw oyen way In r?a?0rk3lblB one "U a iry YoAng Bryant lyvl o1w.b a neo'fttlon In the ,Oapltso,l building at allriPM out a rtur door and the erond A. I M.ll. of Btivr Oam, Ifcw w!lcli Ithmo 'f Irabu' work, frple)e ypu rtan't Cit Vfry much qra'llt close atud-tt- t and uyiis In fils ae, (anth Wellington bo pubstltqtieid fo,r tle ll alarm. erenl t. D. Benneittj IUveiaend E.' B. wltli ailoh pt(!aur for liiwlneas, rurp to fpr )xwir auoyasas, vnd cntoh it lim-- d augural ball. ,tiO In lJrtblng his exploits to the po- English, of the Hartford UapWst ohuroh In aUjtQinobtlrp ot on (lie for fllr W"111'" He antic Vpajtd little giiad. Liast swir he wjas sfyjond In Mr, iWllsqit this fines g hafl receive 1 county In 9 Boy's Conn Grow-la- ? ninUcularly ajnd EWsr W. B. WrlghJ, at the (Haryiwiujnd before iutt competAtora, a,nl diriWi howwer, lv aal. in st)tln.i; Wa.rrn a 1tlgraim fiwn Mr. William Concorau lice today. Monrvrue wyiu content, making n ftuah-aamriqua itlnat they shquld undKtnsMud ford Christian ohuroh, A.fter tue sedvleAS boldly pifclalni ttfit t,lyy ixn. .ajljuit aoe3tpirvS from aiich ni(n ad .he mljrM on ihls oone. Titils jigijr (he twUnwI Kustls, ichVrnvui ot ,t,hu Inaugural Coin- - that he iwas any auf?lClU3 lost, I w,lll say filujt we chowe tor the Marions purtfoUou, and a' "gentleman" haivllt. lie the remains wwe Interred ait Oik,wooa tha lmxuiniiMl all ibfyg In the SVvt)e wlt)h US buhvls, mitt?, tasstinlru? Jilm TKiA uld atfand w Oimetcray. Among the baauAlful Oorlil mly lth0M ttbo ft,'.n Infqrmod ilajs In aJvfia'e salu VtxX rat until Jw had Rx4e up n u.! would comply wl.h ,U .wishes fifty. five poi;n'i. tltt mtifb M tcaid Oomml offerings was on from Zlafitford (Tett lose. v,'lwn and w liaro fliv.3 an) ito ibe HtunteJ. cpmpjqte to would be frusta Ute w'.th Boone uounty white, mhqh aii.d.le with rejtxpt to t,he abandomart ut the of wihkih way we ore abl9 tf nivevt cunnujl wJ'uxni die had p,lcktl out. Wi- -t h Knlahts qf yie .Macoabqe8, "In "I nwieir took from the poor," plw ajne asking tfie ball. -- V his neoord all tlie m;qne (qcm inkAbe. Hevjemend Joiner was a noejnb'v, aitf nrt kefip down Vp hiatal m,ony tjho-es VAWn wpis ln,Jo,pmfd said, prowllyj "my gapiB was When Mir. Qor sufigfstlons. one trom the Hartta-- d Uet,hoJtet 43ut ,we.re tftflA paople In Wflihuvr'an fxa frpm InoernJlarUm. "I s.ujia?sited for thlr unsld)ratlon,' who hod, ntore than hhjey nniMfi. For day Sqhoql. Archbald Goes Back Home. "Nlgt a'-e-r tUslut wp Jiaw hu1 taklas U for gnmtd J,!U a pqnulax said Mr. ,WilUyn, "a geinra! trPoctpUiqn In Inatancr", In Pittsburg, when I ffiM up The sudden death of Re.venenid JJahwr tihtut (ia I rnpMan .wlU b wvit'lilng bulUlnxa Bubn'.ltuUJ tor the p.i oflco theire, pn umploy told me P ullajtleiUxhla, Pa., the oalun4 of ,'jhe jCliipltol." lias coat a gloom aver tlw metnb'tns ot ic,h. Wis lwxe Imi Uiusui'uJ hall, he (said )ie Had ftpete,l Judge Habftqt W. Aqchbald, iwlo wias yJ aan (mwkieU Car ,Uw Jne mxpeotnd the details .tfiat tihe $7 I food tatapi from Mm wus Mr. Wilson fu'd lids cliiuruh throughout Ills ptuurge, X3 tHni eu3set'onii a'omg (that Itae. tMVvy dtrdriPed ot ftls (stoiVis a juJce to" be wnrked out by Vw commUtje, all he Ivul. I promptly handed It ba.'k WKll iae led ya it bulldlnss with V an psoplo of all oth,ar denomina"" " g vcll(r, tie "I aviumed.-- ,ha vaVl, "l'w.t flUeJ iwit'i tfie of the Corrrmwipe Qnu,nnt by iUm UMte') but re,1ftO"ed Hw wlli Wiat tle ontl-- o to "llm." tions, and even among Vkms ,wf- - aro 1 would be jtubutt.ttod. ttoons eiturp'.tti with all and Uve Btook rtMtlir StVv Senatte, spent last njtght nt Qsrrmotxy of (the InauguiuiUon be molo In iwbulug an Monague said that not members of any ohuroh. .Nqfilns All twptid ithjit Mr. .Eiwtls wwuld lay f'iie Ue ineisldniqu of pne pt Iris sons In I "as Alnrple a Is oqnstsVnt jckHj In vm,butlble with dltjut'y qtfloo In (Cleveland, lp could find no hut kind words ane sewkj-- n conoepinliiB uu rsnntlil An uig in lliaClfv tlLA ill pfan nie." Wils c'y and tqay iact four hU honv rope with which to tie the olark. and ordier." v T oonquinlicii 4 Uta dea4 pastor, and he will U trea'.l in WlWaim Oorcoian iuvl Me t' ajnukoe Kiulls. tf)e In. In cnajntion. Pa. ThVifprnnr Judg, "I tojd him to cut out th wlnd,uv misled ln our midst. Pmi-- to Jits ast"ues. oVxlrimm, lcimrniQ cianpftleil. In uch cafle tlie auaunal was r,erteid t) Hundreds Ask "Per Capita." to P lrtirvlewieid, bat Ills son, cord," 4 qanti!n,ued, "and after he.ittit hw'i nxalWl liU reiily today to th,e who MPjike ior (lilm.qilds Washington, January Sl.-- V wvfv HtarWsiJ. It Lo me, I bound him sctaunaly, nWiaapr luaiadf!' Seady to Grind Com. the ireCMninindlnff OidJuatr, known oa a ao,vnYr'is . lettflr "My ifU.thqr'" comiclenpe to cliqajr. He story uWiujanIng In a huinpious vin "In PJUladelpWa, wihne I potuVvi 1 lnrebus,' called a.t piy office anfl wkw eUniljiajtan 0 t'le UU1 from nv In. Is jjalng lione to practice law. ,Ho will the pqr papta cUcuVm of rnqiviy $127, I ant blck $127 ? (tiiey fvMou'.d I have, lust naoelied a ivw com mill If I uiuld a lesltlnute hu'.l-na- augural eatlltLes. The aot.qrn.oir jraid Start all fqijar aa(n. ily Uf&tep hai In tpw UndVd States lias Cioqled tlm he ahle to make q'lange in tJiie jqarn-lag.- " and am now prepantM to do your enaJ-toIJ he fwul vt ret fleoehed. it and tlia,'. lie could wjim In- - He been a cqurtaas, dlllnrent fMA ieioxmI TneiUiuiry Uvpwtment ,wlth wpllaatlqas aivijme a coll. liU HSfl.'e luchjje, Pilixi fc.t Jib wa,s Url of ia,vln evnnqne wwiv'jd not uirtll he his klndmess If Jiyart for th $34.7! wthUth, If tlw nation's Alqnague. Is only twnty-tiw- o (ywajns ot JEFF WATTUItSON,( the Blacksmith, T- l- mn hat In thp aut toue at fl;retan, (Moy. I account fir many pf his df(fcuW,qs.'l Jilm a 'flrpbug.' ica wvalith Wfce dJvoVd f(quUi-- , vpuflfl be age. Hartford, Ky, , I nl. "It Ih nowtble for any na tu rH i tiultdtmr HiifKl It Ol&vn. Tlw" urn nu CHAMPION DEAD i BvtPfl Clcprsp nf. 1J. TtTfu-fft- ! -j, WtX( j ' Inlay n vpjmpe dltrrlor of ' DIES SUDDENLY After At the Mercy of the less Firebugs. w ' clnrgrH for tic niwk, anil tho trnu, wi.o iiwiir--. ui i.um iv jiri rty tvnAnm irvli will fln1 men bldjllns (ViVr for t'ifl I'Vr wrnll tlrctf (flora pent U nrulnH(ri ('barge of of V .InwiiKW tollcratcil. "TYro han',i vrirlM nrcunVng to t'io TImm. nvurnlttuVs of J'or AirM fires t'i.no Ih n uIvvbo of 1 ffysr cant iinl win at fc'iit prloe f-j- j flrfjii,rs ffrtriv tUJi. T'iww Ins not ben a single tm 'rtl'Mi for a'Mn In ChV-urduring itliio last ymr unl a Jialf wJ w1'iVah I am awnr,r flvl Best i. t!-- ISO ttr Grower Washington. It rinl ... Vould be Danced. Stroke Wednesday Morning. Paralytic as ni ln,tor-tnj,y- clr-oul- af ai co'ol ct ibn oUlip U 1 a-- r. no -- n'lwij 21.-.- -- -y lni,is-ln,nl- ,,,..,.. .. xt 9li. fr 11 1 much-mlV'i- . i!ii l"vii(-ax- iWr. 1,1 -- U- Jj paj-men- hn ..'.... ,,. ,,., -- a-l- nr cit f.P'--l'w- ? U .W I W Tj In-- ai'n g a.pf-!ni'.lo- 1 b. Dl-nn.- ,, . a, p. K?m xi , t-- b-- " tkt lly itt m Hjenn-tur- m erl tJ pjei tnsn-ibrin- d s, ohu-ieh- in n.t la-aa -n Wis"-.-ln;to- stn sp-ea- d, CABINET TALK Has Made rl. PROUD OF CAREER AS nalln " - n bj-f,- t-- ji st iV '"l'i nly Declares kj MAN n, Gentleman Bandit Never bus-Tials- Stole From e v i ol 6r ae fJS Nor-ny- Injaua-imafJo- 'T. i- a, er -- , i t,'js nir -- jtt rfilla-deloh- la 41 f Nor-m,a- liAN-ttn'- t a on-suit- d. pj .U-- u as lf ie f6 st(;r d. px . upon Me-i.- -- lM-- ?n ae 4na-i'm- nltv)tiy-a.VK- U trt IvJia-- tlti r.Up " aanic-tilttn- ?- ... tnr l!jflriire "Onp-Vurj.- suKt it g. racld I """","f,'w,,'Y m . r ' r Mf r : '.w MWHilHHI'll IIMKHMn J mwwMiMfciWwwrftiiliWMft I i TELEGRAPH POLE OF CRYSTAL Streets In French City Paved With .Glass Blocks Also Asserted to ' CANADIAN MONEY A MENACE KEEPING UP WITH BESS1 By R0MANS In 80 me HAD MANY slaves Vere Du- ' , ' v. ;r Give Satisfaction. New $10 Goldplece and New Ptnny Look Much Alike, Accord- Ing to Banker. ANNIE SEIGERBACHER. new TTio Increasing uscn to which crystal j Similarity In appearanco of tho gold piece and tho C.v mar-- 1 , Canadalan $10 'J being put aro little short of mctous. In Lyons there are many nai,lan Penny and the consequent danf confusion of tho tv.o caused J. 'twiAla ntVAtl ti'ttVi rtlnoa 1lrrtla thrao of the iboinx adjusted so perfectly that' water iv- - Spanglf, pass between them. It Is ot able to 3 mid that tho glass pavement has a,;luIrect Urns c the men ' at the windows """ u"1 '"' "'" i"-- "' igxrailpr resistance than stone and Is n Tho coins are nearly alike In an- Krai conUuctor of heat, for which rea- ,, ii,nf pearance, excepting that tho penny la .- i no fr.rJ r.,iii trl",e nwllor than tho gold piece. surface. Moreover, It U beyond qucs Ul l liu 1ka tnoro durable than stone. It In .'olnsuuauiau uiiu imciou diuvmthat UVl. the are similar, excepting and more easily portable, and SiMr either interstices nor hoi- - ottering is respectively ten dollars IX. ffrrs ' Kcnvs where mud can lodge. in, ono c cop- The penny lu Germany, near Frankfort, there er c,oIor- - 1 10 Is of unusually light b'l1st,of lnf ?rg 2s a factory for tho manufacture of sll"n In coln,9' and, crjfitnl telegraph poles. In order to coln ,stha Arst si. 0 better solidity to tho crystal mass he ?olJ a uanauian num. paper ,ul of Ihe posts they carry a framework 'encyu having been the circulating iur- methick wire. These posts nre better SO tho ttxA wood because they perfectly - Hum above men value of cents. of have been warned Huslness of Insects and are Ituthe attacks .. in auommeu irauu uu iu yari ui purrious to atmospheric Influences. n Canada who have triple plated the Grosses made of crystnl thr.fi ,ew penny with gold and Aato been known for somo time.- iavo Cnnndlan coins n this country floated the Drc-ise- s of Bpun crystal havo a brll i s $10 eId Plece, relying on tho hur- JJaacy lilio silk. Curtains, carpets, relatively flno textures V of business to successfully concea smUcb. and tell-tallettering, and It is stated waerolly aro being made of crystal he "' Pacific while factories nro going up in various ho parts of western Europe for the ; Industry. Harper's of this "itfeeldy. AANTED TO KNOW THE PRICE ! fr ,!., .', "' ;.,.." .... ' , I re-Dl- st e fur-thrrf- g 'S)LK GROWERS IN COMPLAINT . Mnte ii. .1n11rH. 3i r 11 uursu . . i.. lu vjULiiaiu o uuno. uw 1,111, ,vnra nr Prnnoo nrR wnc lei. discussed hotel prices. Monto C'?rI' the The'ae sa d, finran unusual war against was mak- -- Perhaps." he wo,r?e "than anywhere proof artificial silk, which m dsccvl last year to the amount of flso In the world. The German kilos (a kilo Is 2.2 pounds). 'st is sneered at in Monto Carlo when he to tho Berlin chamber of cause ali.nvp no enters a barber shop nlwnvs nRUt vhnt tlin fnr n to bo before he sits down la Tetter grades of this artificial JWanuTacture of Artificial Article Is Bitterly Resented by French Deal- .. ! rs rn tne n eai ining. vl8ltor Had Learned Cau- tlon From the Size of His Bill at the Hotel. Carl 111111111 4 r. tiiifiCR .,..... iiun DUjJlJl'i -- ! r t'' t' is a man to do ,n a bar- Jessie manber shop where it Is no uncommon, raved about "l0 embroidered - a n,J silk costs at least 88.40 a kilo to an dol prcvluce. waist of mine that some poor soul had the simplest opera ion? Tbe effect of this competition is ho- "And its the same thing In the $ ,mraedlatcly Suxwn by the falllnx off In the produc ,dca ho to a suite gtartedme o an 2103 of silk. The number of silk worm teta. I know a man :naJ.Q ono Wng has declined since 1S92 from at a Monte Carlo hotel without gx d embroIdered unU, 1 MW in the res- price of an thing-a- nd 3JJ.O00 to 102.000. and the product has the detained 40 per cent., to only 423.000 tauran ts or sucu noteis us a common and j coumcd gtltcM n my sleep. Even my football playing son, who Appeals to the law are being made menus, reels off signals In his dreams, "Well, when this man came to pay alarmed at tho symptons thatbecame by tho silk growers, who saw that the I disuse of the word "artificial" in connec- - his bill it was enormous. But he paid played. My family roso In wrath lion with silk Is not enough to profjet It- - Then ho said: I stamps V when brought the thing to tho table '"Have you any bem against ruinous competition. , at dinner and embroidered between "'Yes, monsieur,' said the clerk. courses. And then when the waist i 1. W JUU WoHrflnn Rlnn. .' in "My mailj UO smiledWISUi blandly ,, friend ohQ ,,...i, mi,mi,i. "Slwrt peoplo know that the reason said, ered shIrt walst3 wero getting Com- flrst- - Please,' he foe ueddins ring Is put on the fourth , ""rel1 mf ". a " mon and sne woudnt wear ono for Tmser of tho left hand is said to be "" anything." the first two fingers and the because Balkan Ballads. "Dear, dear!" murmured her friend, tionnb wero counted all as Angers, and therefore as three. The thumb '' In tho Balkan countries the ballad sympathetically. -j fejt nko telling Bessie that If sho maeo to be tho ring finger anciently, makers have certainly been at least susrfi Hi seal 'rings of those in author- - as important as the makers of laws, changed her mind again sho wouldn't national ballads, commem- - get any present from me," said tho 5U'tr were placed on this first short, Scrvla's the glories of the Servian Em- - st0ut woman. "But next morning I thick finger, the most useful of the,orat' Dushan, the fatal battle of Kx.j- - Btarted out on tho warpath, all splifted .hand. The wedding ring is the mod-- . pc thumb' bovo ; d the legendary exploits of tho up m my oldest clothes, so that I Tra. descendant of this civs and was removed to the fouftb . hero 2Iarko Kralyevlch and his horsa , could grab bargains, with the best ot fnvs-e- r in this way: The first three Sharats, are of Homeric proportions, them. I ran into a sale of Jewelry of women six deep fighting over lit ztra named for tho three persons ol and, sung to the accompanimenttails, tle 99 cent reduced from $1 cole nii Trinity, nnd at tho word amen, a guitar with cords of horse-hai- r rafter tho naming of the three, the have kept national feeling warm for purses, and all trying to get waited tisus reached tho fourth finger and was centuries. In recent years the Ser- on at once. It took me half an hour Mi Sbere. In reality, the ring finger vian government published a popular to get next to the counter. Really, it edition. In Macedonia, Sir Charles was cruel the way I climbed over peois O10 safest place for it Tfcwe is another and less pleasant Eliot heard a schoolboy recite a Bul- ple, but It was for a worthy cause. mrlBiii, too, for tho wedding ring. The garian poem which took an hour and Anyway, I got thero, found tho coin clil rings wero the mark of bondage a quarter, with a simple but signifi- purses all gone, took another half hour cant plot. The Pasha of Sofia sum- getting untangled and had to pay $3 .ax well as of dignity. mons a Bulgarian hero who Is his for the same thing in another store. "After I'd been patting myself on friend and tells him he has orders to Tho Gentleman. The Bulgarian asks the back for about a day for having 'Carlyle said ot Robert Burns that execute hlra. 'tiiero was no truer gentleman In Eu- why; the Pasha says he does not solved the problem I met Bessie on rope than tho plowman poet. It waa know, but he must do It; and he does. the street. She hailed me, and then broke into lamentations. 'What do because ho loved everything the you think. Aunt Helen?' she said. jsnv&be ancj tho, daisy, and all the Looking for Owner of Fingers. taurine, great, and amall, that God had A Mrmer near Kansas City, Mo., 'Uncle Billy brought me another coin made. So with this simple passport Ib looking for tho owner of a couplo purso last night, and I had three al he could mlnglo with any society, and of fingers ho has la his possession. ready!' "When I came to I was In a drug enter courts and palaces from his He went to market with a load of lUtle cottago on tho banks of the Ayr. potatoes and started to sleep In his store and Bessie was rubbing my head Voa know tho meaning ot the word wagon during tho night before market and cooing, 'You shouldn't worry so "'jrentleman." u means a gentlo man opened. He was disturbed by tho over Christmas. You know you do too as. man who does things gently with moving of tho canvas over the load much, auntie.' 'Yes, I know, Bessie,' I lore And that Is the whole art and and, waking, saw a hand slip (beneath do"you want for Christmas?'said. 'What jnymery of It. Tho gentleman cannot the canvas and abstract a couple ot '"Why, I don't know,' sho replied. In tho nafrwro of things do an the tubers. Tho operation was rean U4gentleinanly thing. The peated so many times that he could 'Nothing much that I can think of. I soiH, the inconsiderate, j,;-ntl- e foresee nothing but tho disappearance want a diamond ring, but daddy won't naluro cannot do any of the entire load unless ho took sum- glvo me one. Must you go so soon?' "I think now that I'll go a florist's tiling else. Henry Drummond. mary action. Raising a sharp hatchet smoto and order a couple of dozen roses for ho had with him, tho farmer stems bo at the hand the next time It appeared Bessie the I sent to somo least three Didn't Improve Situation. feet long. when she her There was a certain master of fox. and tho next morning found two .had appendicitis and sho raved over the wagon. The re thnmids In ono of tho English ahlres guilty fingers-Ithen, but now goodness knows! fco was greatly angered by tho awkmalnder of his potatoes wero not them may have developed She a cmo of mi'ilness of ono of tho gentlemen who molested. ,rose fever by this time. :fATariubly rodo over tho hounds. At "Honestly, the thought of all tho jjc of tho meets the M. V. II. rode" Twenty-Cen- t Shoes at Panama. Chrlstmases that are yet to coino Is to the awkwurd hunter und, in the uu The ropejjoled slippers, with cloth enough to kill any one. Yes, I do tyel aiufii chilling tones, said: "Mr. So- uppers, knJwn as Spanish alpargatas. as though I'd been through a keythero nro two dogs In tho peck and worn by practically all tho Euro- hole. I am pean and colored laborers today, Snap and Tatters,-whicin the "Well, Merry Christmas! Here goes weyrieclnlly fond of und I would eBteem canal zone, nro imported all tho way for Bosslo's!" you would avoid killing or .from Spain In such quantities that lit a favor if maiming them with your horso'a they can be retailed at the low price Don't Shoot. boois." "Certainly, my dear fellow," of 20 cents a pair. Tho European "Hero's an Item," observed Rivers, replied Mr. "but, as I do not laborer wears them 12 months in the Imow them will you be kind enough tc year on tho iBthmus, and over 1,000,. who was looking over the exchanges, "to tho effect that tho king of Sweden .put tugs on them for mo." 000 pairs are sold annually by the raises prize dogs on bis farm." commissary. Alpargatas aro durable, "1 suppose uses them," suggestMaster of Languages. adopted by Isthmian ed Brook, "to he and havo been drive his Stockholm." Charles Eliot, tho now principal bathers as the most convenient form f Sir After which tho rattle of tho typeHong-Kon. university, is forty-seveof beach shoe. writer broke out afresh with great years old and speaks 23 languages .Unently, For many years ho was In To Give Women a Broader Outlook. violenco. tiho diplomatic acrvlco and to overy It le not expected that women will Victim of Noise. country to which bu wns sent he mas. niako politics cleaner. But tho broad"Why did tho elopement fall vzured tho language, beginning with er outloot upon life that politics . ttussla in 1887. In 1889 he brought brings to women will make, them through?" "Wo had a signal arranged. She told jjnt a Finnish grammar. During his worthier friends, wives, sisters, mothcoarse at Oxford bo bad not only ers and companions for tho men and mo to como to her window and maka nwept the board of all tho classical children of this Btate. That inclden a nolso like a robin. I did so." "Yes?' distinctions within reach, but, while tally will react upon politics, and the "Then her father popped out nnd fcatfll an undergraduute, bad won tlio participation of better men and worn a noise tlfcxlen sauskrlt scholarship and the en in politics will cleanse it. Em made Courier-Journa- like a shotgun." touts-vlll- o ijyriac prizo. porla Gazette. SloiflSA rairs SolSrtnS; Wj. uTwhat After tho stout woman had flopped nearest armchair, scattering Tho lloman deprived himself of about twenty-fou- r Christmas bundles mnny prlvato comforts that ho might , j , , -- h 8,J0 ,,Id on tfco floop a make a rich display beforo his guests. d Qno wealthy man's dwelling was very j j nnturaII havo cxpcctcd undcr tho cIr. The large; the Hourc of thu l'nun cum9tancea nt Pompeii occupies an entire squaro; "What's tho matter?" asked her you ,ook ag thmgh youM that of the Homan noblo usually covfr,cn(, far greater area. lest pounds and pounds from worry," ered a caro of a lordly residence re-Tho ' "I think I havo," replied tho stout quired tho servlco of n multltudo o( -- ,,,,. , Ji,k. i.- vml . slaves; wo hear of n man who In tho l)0S8c.a my "favorite niece, as ' you know, and she's burdened with country and city together employed 0Ver.lnduIgent l)arent8 who glvo her more than four thousand. Thoy wcro overytIllng sho wnnta beforo Bhe organized somewhat like an army, in knows that sho wants It. Now, how divisions and companies under their Kach servant had ,g R po8slblo to plcaso auch ft gIrl several ovorseors. part sohio with k,"i M She has Jewelry as his special dutywork. minute wcro. Jlany by tho pound and sho gets enough of tho household camly ovcry christma9 to fccd an needed for tho ceremonies attending orpi,an asylum. So whenever Decern-- r tho admission of guests, many for tho care of the baths, bedrooms, kitchen comps nrnunA t iinffn fn ...rin my hands and say what undcr th(J and dining rooms, as well as for tho shlnng sun can , got fop ,,C88le?. wardrobes, toilet and personal serv That-tho wny t BOt my first gray ice of tho various members of tho hair8, , got a fresh nstaUmont ot family. On going out the master or was accompanied by a mistress them cvery christma8. sho waa caiming down now Her throng of servants, whose number and frlend had poiiteiy asgumcd an air of splendid livery advertised tho rank and wealth of their owner. Other deep attentlon. ..After ,,ours and houra o bra(n compnnles of slaves spun wool, made racKing eiiort, went on 1110 stout wo- - clothes, kept tho house In repair, nnd man, "I found out that Desslo wanted cared for tho sick. There were some a Princeton pennant. Thero was ono whose task wns to enforce order nnd Princeton pennant left in tho sport- - quiet among tho rest. Wo could hardlng goods section tho day I went to ly believe that so many persons In a buy Bessie's present and I wrestled single household could find employfor It with two husky youths, a middle) ment or that tho processes of labor aged woman and half a dozen giggly could tin sn mlniitplv nortlnnml out. girls. I got. It, too, although In tho did we not tnke into account tho genprocess I lost three perfectly good Jot ius of the Komans for organization. On tho country estates were plowbuttons and snralned my wrist. beau brought men, herdsmen, vino dressers, garThat night Bessie's V. her an atrocious big Princeton pen- deners, keepers of bees, poultry and nant about three times the slzo of tho iish and ninny other classes of laborone I had worked so hard for. Sweet ers. Botsfo'rd. ot him, wasn't It?" "Go on," begged her friend. "Your HAD TOO MUCH ELOQUENCE thrilling recital makes a war story flatas ph Succumbed tha? been Mr. ChaseLength of the to the Force Orator's and can, over to -- y nouso one Argument. Into the d Households There Hundreds of Servants Whose ties Were Manifold. x COURIER - JOURNAL! For 1913. You can not keep posted on current events unless you read the ,.., ,,, I , r "' COURIER- - JOURNAL LonsviiK, Kv. HKXIIY WATKIWON, Kditok ,.. WEEKLY COURIER-JOURNA- L AND HARTFORD REPUBLICAN Both One Year for 'J 4 ' I $1.5 0. Regular price of Weekly Courier-JournSI. 00 a year. We can also make a special rate on Daily or . al .. Jt i.. tw old-tim- e , I William T. Evans of Cincinnati Is what might be termed exhaustive In his oratory, if ho undertook to tell of an adventure with a taxlcab chauffeur he would begin with Adam nnd finally reach tho street crossing where yellow taxi No. 41144 hit him. Mr. Evans was one ot the principal speakers on the program of tho Woman Press club at tha Waldorf one afternoon. Ono of the other gentlo-meon the program was William A. Chase, the dean of American painters. Mr. Chase occupied a scat upon tho Courier-Journa- l. ' platform somewhat to Mr. Evans" left. "And so," said Mr. Evans, "I bellovo that my conclusions nro justified. I am sure that our dear friend, Mr. Chase, will support mo In this. Is not that so, Mr. Chuso?" 5CTtvn vUt--- n Cr :i ;t,'it Mr. Evans turned to gaze bcnlgnant-l- y yours? The Real Poem. upon Mr. Chaso. Tho feminine If iu .ui tfi.nr h'vl wi!in nil T'i." i"tf nt u'm pr.wmt air-- . expectantly nnd craned rustled a,'ut you .u its several rounded necks to behold n.rjrUis to a piwiiLiftnt ' An logins; tilii- u,n,.l liUmin.- - It Mr. Chase. rn yi; alitor, U Mr. KlpUnsVt "If.'-- A it Mr. Chase.thead slightly upon ono j u oui tnwt j(curlt enpeoVilb wm nil iwrttf. nuy take If side ana eyes ciosea, siepi sweeny on. of nv-jtwbt yi'iu. soft"Ah poo." Mr. Chaso breathed lust fur miu willi l (oliturVU Hut niaku allowinnue Zur itlWr iltilt- ly through his parted lips. Baltimore our .rtirt, wo preiur to asyw wlWi lice Wu, ,V), Sun. Sunday Courier-Journa- l nation with this paper. in combi- To Get Advantage of This n Cut Rate, Orders Must Be Sent to Us, Not to & 1 & k-- .jp iu! jr;l, i million made the child different from ordinary children. It Is safe to say that ho will not grow up with extravagant, foolish notions, and that when the million is put In his hands he will not know what to do with it. of Uvj t"pt,wTiU,ir. If ot.1 wait arl tv tl-by Training Children of Wealth. uniting. This itoim ot .Mr. Kliilluirs Not all wealthy people are foolish, ly U in ,tuno wIVi m)d,-T.lonH tUol in Vis, ir Or tirttv? .lUfl n,Vo4t, although many who inherit means llrc. may do foolish things. No niothor, wilSh tli mnl'inn irMvi ot lh light. "If Or beinjr Intel, uv',t glutvy in who has to work for a living, has you oan kfr'P your 1W1I wihrji all fibout hn'.tTLf, up you, Am VUu; tlv:lt ound liUuiilrv; It more saastble methods of bringing Anl yut fin't ioak tu !. evtr lk children than Mrs. Edna Reahlrt of an yoi" w,lia: nouM more iwairly Vx ,wi son Is Toledo, O., whoso Vie attltuita at this mental U ynx v Wk 'wlih crtiwds ami kvt to irierlt a million when ho becomes tli;, wi!umi tlw lv flits Kl'.li your ijntue. of aga. He Is being taught the value si'u!i:-- y E1441I110 all nt tfrt-- i ixnMv Or w.ulk of money by being obliged to earn the ttto 111- - i wJt'i klr33, 8)m9 ?ars? VerBy, vt to? attxrvj us pennies he would spend. Then be is touah, blng taught habits of thrift by a sim- hut iluu i:ul Vn R'i,ugi"4, In "n U jvUiv fo u inr lvlnfir firlrls iui perhaps, drilled Inlo hii ple bank system of his own. His cJasn'c wa-ihur.t y,oj. mother Is not asking the courts for a UTU It )vu InilDnvj u jwt uf ou,r If all mo cqu.--t wW you i,u,t onco big allowance annually In order to Uslon, But Uilo tho fhnt nnt la,it ftx .iiroiuh; bring up the boy "according to his M u of tn tom. In Uvslr oampJeVi-rvsis-wu un flit tho uivlr'.vlnr mJn- If station," as If tho possession of a Jrat.'p Jiiow rtlnmttfkiK HnJ I Kintvinn ju nt I - ld ar ln 1 i- -- I it uV j ( WH'i Ui)tx( alxty Ta--i. urtfi ant U Uf dLi- - Yoara is t'w In It, overj-quln- ' Ul """" .ti'nfa iny flmv you'll he a .Mo., Man, IkuI I - - h "Set." Wliat is the favorite word of tho English language? The Germans have thotr "schlag" and "zug." which cov-o- r many meanings. But we beat them, in tho one word not "post" which you might suspect of the supremacy of ambiguity but "sot." Ono always thousht that "post" waa tho word that Tho meant all things and nothing. puiyiter should watch thp word "sot," which has achieved nearly seventy columns in the new English dictionary. It Is a small word, but Its raeatj. lngs aro almost unlimited. You should net to work on the word, which you Jm overy day in a hundred senses. And it would bo a pleasant, popular game to set down to the number of ways In which' you havo used that word during the day. "Sot to partners" you might "call it. London Chronicle. Orange ,piosom Anaesthetic. has discovered a nowTuiaesthotlc In orango blos soms which bo has fourid may be em- - ( ployed most happily in etherizing his doesn't, No. this Women patients. show thatfthe ruling passion Is strong in death. But it is a real discovery since it promises to lead to a greater , discovery, and this' is that woman does not think with her brain, after all; that neither nro her sensory nerves located in tho supposed seat of Intelligence, her ralnd. All the roads that lead to Rome in her case, touching sensation and emotion, register upon tbe switchboard ot bw A Baltimore 'surgeon r"u'i. .ir. lwvn A. It. Tabu-- , of CrJlr, trojjilvd with stek i better than Take Ono aiui Ini- for itve years, wiieai a 19 ibrin tvt Pain Pill, trtcn Taho it Elasy. taken Uo ToMols. .S'm has tMttlcs of tlnetn hikI tiV-- jhav H.ft JiiiUe;io Is Imr. causal h'y a itlsord,Ml Moinach tar whloli t'taiJ LohUts aro sc!ally Jntenlrtl. Try tluni, mit wUI and eUy well. Sold by cunl For Neuralgia, nothing is alt dealers. Dr. Miles' Anti-Pai- n Increased School Attendance. Itst'inns Xnii oqini'ls si flir ti"xdv,il at n'10 DWiiwrt of nVtoiMon it Fmntrprt tndVjto ,tfw tutti olnncio at Uifj ruirU h'idiVs 6'iv?!a:iJt tlio SVitl lias 'livjn".ivl iTiilJy 25 ppr osn,t dur. '. 'it Used fay thousands for a generation Pills Those who have suffered from neuralgic pains need not be told how necessary it is to secure reThe easiest way out of lief. neuralgia is to use iJr. Miles' Anti-Pai- n I'ills. They have relieved sufferers for so many years that they have become a household necessity. "I have taken Dr. Miles' Antl-Pal- n Pills for Ave years and they are the only thing that Uoeu ma any good. They lmo relieved ncurulsU la my head In fifteen mlnutm. I have Also taken them for ilieumutlsm, headache, pains In tho brcaat, toothuche, earache and pains In the bowels unit I have found nothing to llmlH. equal them and they aro all that U claimed for them." J. W. BEDOE, liluo tiprlngs, Mo. At ll druoalt 25 dose 25 cents. Never told In bulk. MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind. Iiu? .Uij jj,-- t yiw. ai'ils Is at,lrlluto(l t--j Vu iiiiw catH.inlj.ji-- y Htfvool txw. an J Vie at--t Ui'lntf t'w fewlwi-- s hjiry jn ttw attsu Utitv-- . g n l. heart. i T Ih-to Htoniaoh, and ki.ln tpul;is Jut llk atirm pfwte, ,wltti Uko (n(MUl,ts In loas of baokojlio, nar pusiimf, hoailalve, and .tlnl, ILiUm, CvjIIuk. Hut tlwm'a w , to f.1 JI1W (that as T. J). IVjbVH1Uonry3l , Tpn-i.ipnoved. "Six twWV of Uiqat,rla UHitM-.- -' lie wptea, "dJid no- - ,V) ffUy, n9 tnjw sttiMioWi and kh1 aMP-tWian ail oUitr stoinoqh flwnlt-v1 ujl." q Uwy Iwlp worybody. I,U tolly ip auffU) wiwn tJUs ffneat TnuOy will ,Jelp you inx-uw fltmt, dose. Tjy Vt. Only J Qiiii'--s at all druUKfflst. r run-law- n o victims F.yltiB Men Fall. t 1 I 'fiffteffiymiMd .fc-y- 'ViirTarxrtrS: I in' n in ii r - wii fTJMfi -a; lia itnilillsM 'GREAT MEN OF PRESENT DAY English Writer Accords Honors to Those He Deems Have Made Their Names Worthy of Mention. "Doubtless," writes Clfmcnt Shorter, In tho Strand, "thcro nro many great mon living todny men with IproBpcctlvo grentncsH but only tlmo can decide In my Judgment, there In no mnn In tho world today who Is great In any walk of life In bo striking a. way that his contemporaries can unhesitatingly proclaim him great. 'History has proclaimed the elder Pitt n great man, but not so certainly his son. It has assigned this epithet to Palmerston or Peel, and It Is too early yet to decide whether It will conccdo lit to Gladstone or Disraeli. Tho great mnn is surely ho who ,by force of i nlus, has Impressed himself upon his ngo In somo pernmnent form. Whether tho achievements of Mr. Itoosovclt or of Emperor William are lof this character had better bo do--, elded a century hence. As you ask me, however, to Join In what can .scarcely be a serious discussion, I suggest that wo tako tho name of a living man from ench country who has, by Invention or creation, stamped himself upon his ngo. I therefore nominate tho ten greatest men of tho present day as follows: "Great Drltaln, Thomas Hardy; Great llritain, Lord, Lister; United States, Thomas A. Edison; Italy, gllelmo Marconi; Italy, Glacomo ucclnl; France, Francois Coppee; j'jistrln, Illchnrd Strauss; Germany, Hermann Sudcrmann; Ilclglum, Mau" rice Maeterlinck; Russia, Ello Metch-nlkoff.- GOING TO THE WEDDING! FLIPPANCY By AMY GADSDEN. By BARBARA IN GIRLS PROVIDING FOR THE FUTURE Station In Maine Has Arranged to Turn Out Half a Billion Lobsters This Year. vfl n BOYD. j k MADE MATTER OF NECESSITY According to This, There Is Little Ooubt About Colored Man's Liking for Chickens. In tho endeavor to uplift tho race, a friend of ours stalled in by trying to smash silly old superstitions. Our friend believes that negroes aro maligned, and that many of the stocV jokes about them nro not founded on fact Ho has, in fnct, succeeded In proving that a number of tho old minstrel standbys are nicro senseless Jests. And the other day ho inter viewed the elevator boy In his office building! ST" " '. "Arthur," he said, "there's a silly old .Baying that you colored people are .crazy about chickens. I can't see how 'thn.t started. Do ou llko chicken?" I "Yassah "Of course almost everybody likes j ,chlckcns. I mean to say, do you llko lit better than anything else In tho jworld? Do you like It so well that you (would steal It If you couldn't obtain It honestly?" "Doss, I likes chicken bo well dat If I couldn't git it no other way, I'd buy It!" Cleveland Pla Dealer. r& .. "I went downtown and bought Lucy's wedding gift todny," Bald tho girl when conversation lagged a bit. "It was real fun." "I went to school with Lucy, but sho didn't nsk mo to Iior wedding or to tho nceptlon," snld tho young man cnlicr. "I wish to goodness sno nad. suroiy ono's schoolmates ought to bo asked If anybody Is." "Tho reception la going to bo smnll," said tho girl, soothingly. "The houso isn't Inrgc you know." "They've invited tho wholo town to tho wedding nil but me." "Well, it's too bad. I don't see, though, how you can go when you'ro not asked." "If there wns nny way to slip mo in you'd think of It, wouldn't you?" said the young man. "Couldn't I pretend to bo a butler or something?' "Pullers wouldn't bo at tho wedding," exclaimed tho girl. "You'ro thinking of ushers. Somebody might drop her card of admission out of tho church window to you." "She might get caught nnd thrown out. Do people havo to havo cards to the reception, too?" "No, you walk right in for that, but you couldn't do it without being caught. They'd know you weren't asked.' "I'd give a lot to go to tho wedding, anyhow." "I didn't know you wero bo crazy over weddings." "It isn't weddings I'm crazy over," said the young man, with a sigh. "Hut I bet you're going to let Sam Meadows take you." "Ho haBn't asked mo yet, but if ho wants to tako mo I don't sco why I shouldn't go with him and enjoy myself." "No, I supposo not. A girl can't imagine going with Sam and not having tho tlmo of her life." "I didn't say that." "No, but you thought It, apparently. And here I am, crazy to go, and you won't even think up a practical way to smugglo mo In." "It you had called there recently jou'd have received an invitntion." "I didn't want to call thero. There was another place where I preferred J ( ' to go." JOk V T; I .Changed Times. Miss Mary Donnelly "Our Mary" tho New York suffragist, said at the ' suffrage lunch rooms: "I wns walking tho other week In Long Island. Tho sky was blue. The crystal air waB pure and frosty. The trees were painted with autumnal col ors gold, and pink, and raw red. How beautiful it was! "In a meadow n half dozen young women wero practicing putting. They looked very smart in their trim golf suits, their skirts of rough homespun, and their scarlet Jackets. As I watchan old farmer and ono of his I d them, farm hands approached. 'Hoss,' grumbled tho farm hand, 'them girls in the niedder Is scarln' our cows.' "Tho old farmer shook his head and sighed. "'Ah, Timothy,' ho said, with profound truth, 'times Is chnnged since I wns joung. In them days tho cows scared tho gals.' " - Parents Object to Sunday School. The falling off in attendance In the Sunday schools, which was tho subject of a discussion nt the convention of tho New York County Sunday School association, was referred to by a layman after tho meeting had adjourned as "a progressive- dlsoaso" Sunday nnd that tho Presbyterian nchools nro not tho only ones whero '(hero had been a falling off "from 21 to 34 per cent." "To a great extent," ho eald, "tho condition is tho result of too much school work. Parents eay that after a strenuous week at the child should havo work of fBchool o on Sunday. That's the of thoso parcntB who seldom go to church because of golf and motor care and thero are thousands of them." Now York Tribune. ex-cuj- "Dear me! What a popular young man." "I didn't Bay a lot of places," ho protested. "Hut you know I haven't got very much tlmo nnd I'd rather bo hero than nny whero else." "That's very kind of you," she said, smiling. "Hut you see what you'vo lost by It you can't go to tho wedding." "Oh, bother!' ho cried. "I don't care a thing nbout that wedding." "Why you said you wero crazy to go!" "I nm. Hut If you weren't going I'd pot caro at all." "Maybe I won'f go. Mother and father will be nway and It may happen that Sam will take somebody else." "That isn't likely. Ho's been hern every evening for months." "Please don't exaggerate." "Well, ho's been hero every tlmo 1 have. And now ho can tako you to tho doings and I've got to sit back and smile like an angel and look as if I liked it." "You won't even see us." "No, but I know Just what a good time Sam will have. Thero won't be a prettier girl there tujan you arc." "Sam'll think differently," she said with a laugh. "Sam's awfully Interested In my cousin Mnry, who's ono of Ho always talks tho bridesmaids. about her every minute when ho calls here. You see, they had a quarrel, and ho( came here to get news of her. It's all right now. I was tho peacemaker, by tho way." "Then you'ro not going!" cried the "Can I como joting man Joyfully. over that evening?" "I think you'ro horrid," sho pouted. "I'm crazy to go to tho wedding.' "And I'm crazy about you!" ho blurted out. "1'vo beon trying to tell you all tho evonlng, I want you to marry mo!" "Well, why It's "You know I love you,' he Bald. "I couldn't stand It to think of your going with Sam v. lion I wanted so to tako you." "You can go now!" she cried, securing possession of her own hands and proceeding to clap them. "One's fiance, you know, is always included!' Chicago Daily News. -- so" Mice Didn't Care. Is ono of those children whoso danger signal Is silence. Little Dorothea Old Proverbs About Apples. No fruit has played a moro important part In sacred or profane history imade good use In his proverbs, "stol- than the apple, of which Solomon en apples are sweet," and 'a word fitly spoken Is like apples of gold In pictures of silver." A good many English doctors prescribe an apple for either tho first or last meal. The Dutch equivalent for our "two birds with one stono" Is "two apples with ono stick," and the origin in the saying. "A windy year, en apple year," dates back to the days of the Norman. Postage Into Arctlo Circle. A rural mall carrier with a dog; team left Edmonton, in western Canada, last week over a route which probably is the longest in the world. lie will Journey many hundred mllo? Whin the Arctlo Circle, and will not, return until shortly before tho thaw next spring. His mall will be made up of lottters exclusively, no newspapers or parcels jjjelng accepted. When sho is still, she is in mischief. The other day her mother became aware of tho quiet which boded trouble. She was about to look for tho child when, at that moment, Dorothea came in, her face rosy with happiness and her mouth covered with crumbs. "Where have you beon, Dorothea?" "What are you asked nor mother. eating?" , "Cheese," said the young lady, calmly "Cheese? Where did you get it, dear?" "In the mouf-trap.- " exclaimed her "In the mouse-trap!mother, horrified. " "Dut what will the mice do? Thoy won't have any cheese." "O, dey don't care, mamma! Dey was two mouflea In do trap, and dey didn't caro a bit." Good "O, yethl" "Has Mrs. Uifferls a senso of humor?" "I'm afraid not. I've seon her look. number of times &t Mr. Blffols a without ever smiling." Test Half a billion lobsters will be tho number hatched nt tho government station at Hoothbay Harbor, Mnlnc, for tho present year. It Is n lingo figure, bigger than most peoplo enn gets left." realize. It will also mnrk a record "What's tho trouble Phocbo?" for the number of shellfish brought chorused the group. to life at the government place. "No particular trouble," blithely reAt tho present tlmo there aro at the turned Phoebe. "Hut I was Just think- Hoothbay hatchery 13,529 seed lobing such advice Id out of date. If a sters from which eggs will, bo.secur-ed- . girl takes It nowadays, It'll make her , a wallflower and cventunlly an old Tho season for collecting the seedmaid, or, I suppose I should Eay, bach- ers extends Into tho spring of tho elor girl." year, so thnt It is safe to Bay that "Something has gono wrong," said fully s as many lobsters as one of the girls sagely. have already been collected will bo "Did you know Suo Dickinson Is added to the number on hand. Tho married again?" asked Phoebe. nverage number of eggs secured from "No!" ejaculated tho others. "Who the mother lobster Is 20,000. The perto?" centage of fertility of these as they "Kenneth Leavorett." nre hatched nt tho government station "You don't mean It!" Is so high that it Is safe to say that "Yes, I do. And that's what Bet me practically all of them will be hatchto thinking upon advice. In ed. spite of everything her parents said, Reckoning on this basis, the numsho ran away, you remember, and mar-Tie- d ber of seeders now at tho hatchery Ned Wlllo'ughby. Then she quar- will produce 270,000,000 lobsters. The reled with him mid finally got a number yet to be collected will very divorce. And now In less than a year pearly total up to 500,000,000. sho Is married again. And hero are all of us, quiet, ladylike, well-bregirls, hanging yet on tho parental AT THE AGE OF REAL WORTH stem." "Huh!" Bald ono lndignnntly. "I Youth of Eighty Years of Age Hopes to Demonstrate His Value Before wouldn't want to marry either Ned the World. Wllloughby or Kenneth Leaverett." "That may be," replied Phoebe. Here Is a young fellow who Is the "Hut even If you had, you wouldn't hnve had tho chance. You'ro not for- real thing. Andrew D. White, founder ward enough. I don't want to get Into or Cornell university, for several years personalities," she said hastily, as sho representative of the nation nt St. saw a gleam In the other girl's eye. Petersburg and Berlin, and delegate "I'm just drawing deductions. As to the first Hague peace congress, reyou know, 1 was invited to a house cently reached the age 'of discretion party last week, out at Whitney's per- and celebrated his eightieth birthday. fectly superb home. And who do you So now he expects to be able to do think was the most popular girl there, some real work. He has taken up the quiet, well-brelittle mo or charming study of criminology and hopes, ho Alice Markham? Not a bit of It. It says, within the next few years to was a' loud, giggling Individual who make some contributions worth. whllo talked constantly, laughed constantly, on the subject. That Is tlie eort of spirit of youth played Jokes on the men, kept herself In every way possible in the center to make a man envious. But why not? of the stage. The men simply flocked At eighty a person Is Just beginning around her. They hovered over her like to accumulate a bit of wisdom and to ideas of his bees over a flower. And the rest of get rid of the us sat off in well-breand ladylike boyhood. He is reaching a point where he sees through the shams of success quiet and talked to each other." "That sort of thing doesn't last," that really is failure and failure that really is success. With such a good observed one. "She had a good time whllo it did foundation to build on, why shouldn't last, though. And that's more than he start in to do something of real vajue? tho rest of us did." Blessed are the young in heart "I wouldn't care for the attentions Kansas City Star. of men like that," Bald another. "Oh, they were gcod enough, as men go," replied Phoebe. "You have to Who Invented Paper? take them as they are. You can't All the world knows that the Arabs transmitted from India to Europe, make them to order--" "It seems to trie, then," Bald a through Arabia, the figures with which fourth, "that the men are to blame wo do our sums, but it is not genfor all the forwardness and flippancy erally known that we also have them in girls, and the way they dress and to thank for paper. At various times all the other things they do that they rtie scholars of different countries shouldn't. It would be sort of com- have tried definitely to determine tho fortable to blamo the men for It all, real dlscoverer'of paper In the eleventh century. It Is to paper that wo wouldn't It?" "They won't care," quoth Phoebe. owe the renaissance of letters. From "They'll go right on showering all time lmemmorlal something answertheir attentions on the girl with the ing modern paper was used In China, most falso hair and tho biggest hats where it was manufactured from silk. and the tightest skirts and the About the middle of the seventh cenreadiest laugh, whether there Is any- tury of our era there seems to have been established in Arabia a manufacthing to laugh at or not." "Let them," Interrupted another. tory of. paper, and fifty years later the "There'a something more to life way was discovered to make It from than merely pleasing tho men. If 1 cotton instead of from silk, silk being prefer refinement and good breeding a rare commodity outside of China at and good taste, or think they are the time, and cotton relatively plentiright and their opposites wrong, I am ful. In the reign of Henry II. of not going to throw them over merely France a Greek scholar was sent to to win masculine favor. I think we Paris to arrange systematically a cataought to get down to tho bedrock fact logue of antique manuscripts In the of what Is right and worth while, not royal library, and a notation In his merely to whether our conduct will hand speaks of what was then known win fleeting popular favor. Wo want as "paper" as originating in Damasthoso things In our character that are cus. 'The later Invention of making going to glvo us lasting satisfaction. pnper from flax, linen, homp has been And, bollevo me, none of us here attributed equally to Italy and Gerwould find lasting satisfaction. In the many, but there Is evldeco that it exregard of men who like vulgarity in isted prior to tho fourteenth century. Harper's Weekly. dress and manner. And, believe me, too, tho nicest men don't. And oven Her Sculpture. If they seem to for a llttlo while, It Is A French woman who is wealthy, elthor out of Idle curiosity, or to put In time, or a mere passing fancy. and noted as a generous entertainer I'll stick to tho advices of mothers and of artistic folk, has herself somo am aunts and grandmothers. They have bition to Shine as an amateur sculp been observing human nature a much tor. A Paris paper has told how this longer time than wo havo, and they clever woman managed to havo a piece of work accopted by an art Jury. know how It wears." "Well," said Phoebe, '"I suppose the Ono day sho invited a master sculpgirl with high standards of conduct tor to dinner. After tho dessert she is of more value to society than the said carelessly: "Come and see my girl without them. And I suppose It little figure; It does not quite como is wortlj while to bo of some value up to my Idea." They passed into tho atelier, where somewhere." tho sculptor gave a few reparatory "And I'd rather have my said another, "than the atten- touches to tho figure. Somo days later sho invited antion of a dozen men for doing someother sculptor to dinner. Again the thing that I thought beneath me." atelier was vUlted. "No bad, not at all bad," said this artist, and generSergeant Didn't "Sabby." ously gave the figure a fow useful Sergt. Mike Drew was at ono time touches. After several seances of a quartermaster sergeant in the Phil- this kind the good lady was not ippines. He believed he had a work- ashamed proudly to acknowledge the ing knowledge of the language of the .complete work as her own. Islands, which tho soldiers call "Bamboo Spanish." Queen Elizabeth Opened It. Ono day a party of tourists were In connection with Granville Bartrying to get two Filipinos to underNight," stand that they wanted some trunks ker's production of "Twelfth wo have tour- It is interesting to recall that taken down to the station. Tho ono of tho ists did everything they knew to get still standing in London performed this instruction into tho heads of the balls in which the play was during Shakespeare's lifetime. In the brown brothers, but it was. useless. his serv- hall of the Middle Temple, opened by Sergeant Drew then offered Queen Elizabeth in person in 1676, ices. "Say, you," bo said, turning to tho "Twelfth Night" was acted at Christprobnatives, "when the whistle, blows on mas, 1C01, and thero is a strong playrailroad train, too hoo, you get ability that Shakespeare himself tho part In that performance. In your bull cart, moo moo, and tako ed tho .sally days tho Inns of court wero these trunks down to tho station tho englno starts, ding ding. Sab- patrons of the drama, and the ball of Gray's Inn can also claim to havo by?" witnessed a contemporary Shakes"Yo no saver," tho natives replied. "What!" roared Sergeant Drew. peare production, "A Comedy of Errors" having been given there in 1594. "Don't ou understand your own London Chronicle. two-thirdold-tim- e d half-bake- d o "It's all very well," the quiet girl wns Baying to the little group of Intimate, friends, "for mother and aunt nnd grandmother to insist on a girl's bring ladylike nnd retiring nnd modest nnd all that. Dut If slio docs, sho II nliii . i4-(i- . I II lllll rr .j4XWft&. 1 iEsjdHr ilailailailailaiVSilailaHSHililailailailaaiilaiilaila . "Father, I'm Glad rwlHJH pj m Kk? ... nm JLKsaK.' ivuKe s mixxuxe 1. ff You Smoke - ore we tell rou about the boy nnd his air rifle, we want vou to hear about Liggett Myers Duke's Mixturethe tobacco that thousands of men find just right for a pipe the tobacco that makes "rolling" popular. iSiSSLmttM. 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I i 1 strciyn paJlwl the 'i?w b'm3 trim-w- l It isini to church, fViol nivl to markqt, aivd ai Cm witf-j- r ,wjs a tut to luW fc'm'r or t;wo is'S tlw skirts uj. .'i'ltt 1W woaiVI mot Cwm fi.'yii wlflho'tf In jnitlKtranm anil kl any d5fX!cuJj-- , as tiw erV--is coul'fr't lwp rv rtttwtrww. tliJr Bklnte to Thuit'B w!ri Cie Prtt mifuit wlin li wrote "Co'nui' TtW Mm JtyiV Uut most pecv! think hi meoot a fleW 'it rye. Jt. Jil ih9LmpOllihm Smvms Evmm 'd Nothing Is moro important at the nome than clear, steady Hunt. Insure this by getting: the oil that auras' yiear ana. i.n without a flicker down to the last drop, Pennsylvania, crude oil refined to perfection. on Costs no more man me kind saves AIONJSX eyes. eaves woiiK-sav- es Your dealer has SOL1TJ3 OIL. in barrels direct from our lann-wag- Hwo Is a pcaneJy thut will oure your cold. AVJiy waste tlms tu.l money experimenting when ou can gtt a pruiM n lion that 1'na won a by Its cures of this UJauatta ami uan always bo di,?iuW utpov: It U as OnamberUIn i known everywhere Cough Ileuittly, and l a medMne real overit. For sale by all dculere. Chaplain. woirtd-twhlo re.pu-Vtflo- m" ft At ma m Chas. "Wo C Stoll Oil Co. "No LeHlsvf lie, Ky.i Refinery at Warren, Po. eell the celebratod Carb" Auto Oil Children Cry FLETCHER'S C A S T.O R A FOR I MHBlBHHHHBiHSIBaBBiBMTCSSBaaaSl for headutheT Npm v.ni Br Mllef AntM'uin i'lWfcd Better start bow. I J V a PP -- i I mmeje-.j-- ' ij iiiiiii.i' vij iiimmii mm m '."O" mijgym I'mUitlHI OtWSitZWW!5B!BS!lf!WwBPHWflRHMBBWBPJBPPJPJJJffJ mum ! - s Hartford Republican. iaui ltfa 'lis? eve icttn sinY irS' uvil won J, rf ul jinT-res- s PLAN GIANT noter t' Pro sjti )tttn. li" r Entorrd nrtnrdlnn to lnw nt the 1'oitottlc fifty tir. Kttvi only the four Ky., as mall mutter ot the ticond Hartford, yiiiXts of Clew al in l'sli!r-l- iiUilsttivtloi, n I'ljr. Vic It x w.ri )Sie r C. M. BARNETT, J. NE,Y FOSTER UjrAinvJ. yyni the khiwi'Ji (hu iXIft'rihcSirrlnir Itvsiinvd EDIT0R3 :! nt ovl Jj w; iu,ply fts iverUs Ohio County Mines Figure RAMEY E. DUKE, J. NEY FOSTER in io.9W(po ' i otr o.vn it 'pv In The Deal. PUUL18HER8 AND PROPRIETORS. bo ' 5, ltt v, evnort ov ir tovo billion " j air' rv0i of American r pro! I. to Tits trunMvlou cisrjMtetiU: uf Jiiuilnen nil communications Addros Millions of Dollars Involved And yw mi'l' iv iv'joljrJjSnvroiH. Hut 1 9k Hartford Ilopuullcan. Pinvviatle irty (lSWs lm--t Options Arc Being tfljttan Is tuiciinsUfutlanal a.'vl It would NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS pium'o 'ia- ilWUn-r-livi- f T, upon which prrirlt.T rruviJ. ol fouBM for vtalory, nho its hravoly i' f'jt- l,he wihlw flt; inul BU,rtvtii t ,"m1, 0.1 otulltlan t'l'it j.b V hat? In ?. an iivwlaslliiif n, la (MNEIIGER dtru iiVvce wl,li hatil", S'.e wn, ''ttip Hiiu mt In t)li li, n - tvi-kt'- rt J llik) iftl A. in-o- Uie (ImmhAor of ,lq in T . illtrrln M. llnrlefit nnd m 16. ,!' ,n I 1 ;.jii st !'' Bnbccrllif r delrlnc the psprent to n new addromi roant give the old mldrtri In mukhiK thr reqowt. Unsolicited innnn.trlpti" will not be returned unless Hccompnnledti.v pn.tspe. Anor.Tinoun coiuraunlcatloiis will recelie no attention. ZJ2ZZZS5ZOZ73S. Woiapli rsirrer . 21. XII (U AY, JANTAiiY tm A Poor .Turkey .tfie Au-p- ' can't lam shirks. el n st Sv inipey ownpwi p.XvLcl iun;b,r Intact. of bachelors leap yajr Ohio county mat tij Dsmoorpi's J,nt Vwlr ichickena beforie n(? they a ore 'hatq'wJ. Sou&'i Qlrollna-liT-s"lsa'-po- to adopt cocnjulOT Is enfjjRli l lav. Wrtl, Gov.eirn.ir to Justify It. Gov. Twie fhje wa,r-li;:nrl- ra5m iwJii'iri Bryan commiiuied sj no dlota?ra.pili In TOllson and Sir. Ions. It by 4s ni-c- eJ a,gn.1mist-i- t97in'ja.tVoiri3 r to fnJ llqU' iewt a? pcatmrt itave all the Wify tan niiUis'Hi'Kl now. he luw- - no wiy hai Thus to sniiko the pared flo-- it make fireu raiJ qarry put lie aaUs of J,u .-et Uie V Serrajtoi'lal t,lait into "ehlady.1' He will h? ypun? ejaoiuah for thie jioonssters. gpga Thr ffumior that "li(0i5p skirts" ar,e ing; bick next yerir ;nay b only a plqlt tp dUjnwlIt the Doirvojsrartlc ' Prfisldojut-e'tic- com- insn rCYHple wlil hfLve juiiUi1"il' RUcctJ Id qat to Wilson hOuJd rfenaWsf, I muoh store by th? Tlgrjin B 13 until ie 1914 w,h?n co,ngresmein are to la tivCl' TJie du .P.ont 1C01I Qompany, if the ipubllcan-j;corpunyf tiUe let'fsrs In the nam of Will ed ogaln. VarroUticui d"al go a ,Ummiii.i w.IU oparale tUe nllre blo:k .of nln"H throuflli ot e(ni.-a- .l iam J. Bryian. manipj-im- i office, the int and onus uVs t,'iie UitxVtied .Stiiten spfjtfci on,-- ' . 'lhie Bnopiisal in avvne same lof the ne-i??n mal a'flco ot ,the cumiMny in all ' dollars a day for usar. It would pro,'j.i.lUty Uelnj ei ti'i(? nay,iotUjr famous veials Gintirjl VxaiVdln She nevy aflor tfairioua ivessils of fe "TetxTli'eiiiiiy t6qr poVcj- ito'strlWe lpwn City. Tlw it of thp 'cimrfern ttte (Mriy dayi will nvx wrtli pen6rjl our own Imqwalng nieans of nuaar Is btjlng PAtiteirntd .at-i- r the ,du IJCt . or any ptlir crop. Powdw Ckmiany, ooannvunly by cane. b ftRktia.-alVd5qrr..d Tnntian Gkiaatte. to as Vp "lVwd"T Tniwt." fr'.its y Ugpubllcai3 an,d ProgTes' Anjiwiay ,t,hie If It Is organised will be wbte lo crwes a?ri?ie Viat It was a Pnot,aQUve It Sliv paiiical Tariff control tine gneUir portion of ,t,!iie mrtput tariff itiha,t made itlhls pountiu; ureit assured, ilejwaiwpqra jliave of WiCpHqrn Kentucky coal 'ims for tli" and thpy w,Ul tlaat Bldp ly Bide to dUcreeitly from Tiolnttni? to the List two ypais and for perlifips long' maintain It agilrwt the worti. Tiarlff tm .tihe oause ot Vw "IiIkIi cost of iii;mejn,Tjorg Goiinty Jns mined siiot'e living." Kjansas Clii Journal, aat ffii(Lvn any otlujr county In tin; tell us (Lh.xt Wiannlnia'iin eV.va,VVB ., Stat?. CantriU. t'W Tihe C.mi?V"4 DmociVLls 6ught to lu.Je a.n pny trcm Wis Swen'Ji tlmie reivlslng dhe Tariff (uiM(iv,irJ. Only It ils thoiwlU t,hD(l A rtfat livuny of Domiouratlc mi'inbtr the aonoial cwimjiamles Ulstrlct, Kentucky bnre tilts a,bou,t $5M,0l00,ttlO will liuftw la Us jpttjl cm'jarJng ithe jitAiiage.w Of theotild be o?niblivat,lon ipie Oily by t,!ifl Way and SLiias Cqmiinltr.q-nrxt OongjWM If t'ns I'.uiieiAM- by Vne- tu Pont GOial Oonrpany, wyak to urg,? fi'w nfimri'iopi nt rlcJi Tariff law Is inyvjiied. tW Ghltuso In- - but an tor tfO (Officers of h)yi new ratp pf flnty on hfmp. the nrennt hleh It is taught' Uiat Iho new -. If mtec,tic-i- Is wnoeiB, wihy sliKiuld llr. ' , 0Tin,rany would siWt ti'v.m, mt CatatiriV do this? Ths antlro diffeirfn'js Tft Demmocnats cam tltwusv) I'd UTiaind'dl Xritvn this fl'XJ, lu? th.- -y wauVJ in seems to be- tlie niat'Rr of whos o on to disturb busta'P'' wnl do .tli9 pivnR all Vi )abVl'lty be fielwVf-nuin dltlpi-otihi'ngi .wlin In pi9r. niieres iw Iv.'lp Pivts of the C6un,ry, jnd wpu'vl, V'tj shall all grow and iel of oaurs-'- , l3 sdect'd for for It'. kimowl-ed?- u " 4jrqitdnit-vltc- t Wilson a:nt "oold s )iea,-iur amd tilifTn turn the alarm mi1 efficiency, as offlrliniiy thoa-anup W(i oiiwn the rplnes of llmyia'-- out dKiai) .to Ua th5 clu'pf ujr ahe eki'rji wlvn lit i,ousd of off lie WwJd. oonilWittlon. WJiat tlw polV'y of Vie to raTioTO a Itep,ub.llu.n offWal In Ui ww y)mpri.ny would be itnriil o'sain-Ize- d t, atatp of Nw Jeinscy to acupoint a CANE RUN. UlMr Ls not kinown, hut ins all' of the llipubllaiw alrihioush tl'ne Is ttie Hip minora of ,t've twio couollea Janinry 20. Delivering f wfm wj-- e iind to t,he wiaa u ds .supposed fc'Mt ana eeeklre thfi t'lantfe omiouncd tihat !,e busings of ,Vw5 dy In this co,mnvjuV,y. so. n.'1'l Uiey iwuld COAild and Cilti'iful and Mrs. J. K. Christian not nut out a il ilr. Km will nilllhyi OoV.iih ni'e liivnUfht In otflolal, m,re'y to mak roin fif a daughter Hvln iiltd M's. ot thq iIiU, and If It la dinsummiated . namocmit. inoUrir, Mre, J, ,W. UiiilJ, Ho also ta.ll that It wpu'd It Willi impivrtjnt, ni'jldy, tihe la'siist Nanioiws lust Wrtek. be Mirj' ipom eniJiu(ys,',mi.piit lo offl-la- ls cif iroi.rty In ,Wrsicin to nmk sr3t irxiondii If th,ey ix(-i- e ti be Mrs. Maggie QhirWan wlnoie Hlnebs time. WMtlkor f,lw at cliangraJ pcry tVmi an ivIniln'rftiiMon wiw man,t!ionrd last nHi la slowly ,would 4e of Uullt to the wws changed. "Unless : , PfWte o,oivxUo of tlw chn,nsrt-Juls at'lVida ciouctrnliw WiUiKtn and XIKvs Juvle and L'n-and to the public is a imIon. will )iav,e wiir on his liamli ie ,ot Kilrvlw, jvUU-- d Mrs. BIih J,iml!in jand w ,wU B'jon hatr t!ie Hrtust iMrs. CVl'iinilJ AVlLson Sun,'"iy. howl ithmt ever wunt up from p liuntr:y Death of Mrs. Wallace. Mr. W. P. Acton anfl wilfe rf Alt. lioxde of plrtihunferp. As Uve Jnqmlng (Uwmil, dj,tii(di;i Saturday ftti,l .Suuliiy the 7nnoT Jaiiua.iy 11, 1913, dp men- givoat of Mir. and Mrs. G. J, Cnrlstlajn. A Minority President. sengf-- r 'jopjeil at tfw fitoiiLe of lck Jlns. .Myrtle Grume is on She n lloy.il, In VrdiUIV. and ot G. tVtam sijwhs do think Viat ls lbut H,t Wils writing. gently jratTt thp mortal trwni tho by a dimruy tky wits oariMftd 'Ilhls ooiniuunlty iwas aaaln paddonetl imnaqrivil of Mm .Vnnrl.a A. WaUac of tlw Tiirlff, ur at ldtst by Uw dM.t,ti At fcJUUa MT Iloovier, cumslgu-s- l l tho nuptial t (o to beltove tfwt It was, Iwt nt the wtfe of O. J, ,Hooi. ur, w,ho deo.rted this titmb In "Goi'ts Aicre," wlvlle (tlio Irimor- upbiafitf oUieTW cl flv,initn will asice Uije January n, 1913. funeral supWus Kit with Julm, WlUon Is a minority lire!-gUn- l. wiia wu.ftvl by (x como of onsets to wene ooniucUd by tlw Itev. JJ. '. The comblived that "llfli'y City, who.se Jillder and mrul T,aft Jienklas, of OwewUaro, pwtor of Caie voVe epcoe(J1d iliU a'e Iby Maker ds God." a inlllloii, Hupi Uiptlst (Miuiieli, of llilcli phiu wtxn s aa& tho pqwomViliS pnep jmptlon is thnt On Tuatay, Oqtb(ir 8, 1912, Mus. Wal- iikjtiXjUim"". .Itjr (remains wijiio lvld to refct tlue w,ho yoted J5or f,liTne ui(nrltdUes In Qane Hun wnotery In tlve (nao(n(! laie, wthos liUth lad hioen wour dor Li are and aie of u lairgf croud of Honnowlivs nuVtUr'js quite awMJe, Ht li(or liomp, ahout t,w any Uitvw n tUe Ulirsitlon of Klnye- by mllat caitt of H,i,rtijrd, and frVvl. Trtute. Tiicre l also jroaji eianvl fqr the lvir son anl daUKttor4n-la,Jm'm anl Sucpeca ty TJis ItejiuUVvui. belief Uiat niuiy who (io'd tVr Wilts jn Addle Wiallace, wfio nad hfin living In one Itia'iqtlqnistfi. Ais a matter i! fact, Tievas for Uibqut t 2 nW3, (iivi oame Important to Fhonograph "wius n'rt tVnlriy nude, xnd the th(e to KtondsvlUo to vllt t,wo rfnuifli-ton- s. result can In no hhg be rgairded as a Owners. M.ns. Jlattle Royul nd iMira. VeoIa tlve tonle mandate frwn tt Htn'ke As Mr. Edls6n has nrnilttod all (ihftjk.lior ipn Ira L. WalUcsind htiiotfJiC lrlU8t,rkS. If Willson dealeirs to make a dotwn Ajnwloan an 2 and ; or, frl!x A. ,ninlftt(t, iuVho nuild fivna orto on ,T,1iUJlHHtkl tlut li'WB In HUCll 1 nxlnuto for (in ilrvierflnl'o 'thivie nUea wst ot I'oixIhvIII?, uivl oth a. iTanvwl, rV "' spwdiiy come tn jrlef, Period, I wi'Jl reduce tlw 2's t 21c and j er nilajMvcw, but m'u wuls ntrlckion lo.'u tjiiiu fioqt tliat wjll imijie tfthrs tlw H's to 31c. You Jiud let,Uir hurry and (inly, thiYO days aflr naachlog tho flrxt trtono 1b t)e cih'lt uonrwim of ithie Amvrl-ju- i lay in a nupiJy, a you may ivinju' (liai'e nanM jliv;e. KaMv.lthatiindlMf all that puopUj. San Kranolaoo GnoJtUJ. Utls canW again. Tae old price was loving Jiimnts und lnuula auid iiieaical K)e Know ikitll could do, was byline, SV: tor 2' And 5Qo for V. I liuvo a bl ) wtifidlly wijakjer and aftqr a bji'aMe The Full Measure of Woe. ttUKti lio pick from. days atrutwlo, the "ijnbn rqanr' won SU Atnorlcam RtoQk CJJinot hiaw Tint J. iB. TAPPtAN, ic3,Ule an,J as Uiply as she hail )xr;o4udrUy if th Theitltellablo Jfiwpter. wuc'a lh t rt JiTtvl Is We pit'M'ne on,?.Ud.i,tlo:i if all of tV mtirs In Ohio and Muhl''-bv- g o'ir .Counties. linpo-- t livi. rIxuik ua a IVirlff f.r 4vnld ouitflel nn.il I,. I lriJvi' of the I'roteatUe roveiwic tonly In d!sn-tjcW Go'ft'ivvn du IXjnt, t'w mllHiiratne pal'cy, wlliout UtnR'.nr nr In ti,o IWd h..e busln,', It wit do anivt,'itng ti'ijvt hn tn.anHf.iptii.rfr ; wlU'i S. J. GIaIi, a tiltrillsl history 'n In 0'i( diw Mt CJlty, to cffict tl'U iyu. Ti'vi mini liixlniits H of CfiHtral of the uU7it)-y- . frJm'vtejii'd ltj lTCaUfY U "W blniAtun. niJW Tlje ,VJ l',t of t'lif Mfforts t1r M!"1" no flillJ'i W tihB Jiojiefty of t'n vlri'o- Ih tp onstni'sa Vv 32 inlns In (' not lillee t,1i? urly rlou party. It los Vim iiunttcis in'o am" gtintiV: oniia-tlo- n wlfl Ao wi'Pit It lvi3 le:i txylt It ,wJld to le known as tli du Pont Coal lit j?tlnrJ mwec. V'We " d, Oimpany aftrr whki'i flist nurtjiu- tfiis ilUtrut. l'.nofe'!-so- r iusOfKiiYion will lyi Issiifl on t,'ip n'v,I""''i M'Uim la ljr'n lu.y ptiK pleotl n bonds fior tire ejvtlrp ixist of Vo filing busLnrM ,Mr '.vn U4 Vicif." wi ITpertle,s atltl tlvu du .llnt Cqil G'n-panfo- - nU"m tunl lio Jix fflv.n ni miiislin will 113- - for itho dlQCffreJit j.'p"i-tf.e- s n Willi Sfnit tlw I'l'it tlunt its wltih itjhi'we first aiontaue lmd will not ,be unduly Iviy '" - which will bear G p"r cent tn,t,ns'. eit?iriru; unan new denairtups. nut (luTihe du llont Gcvil Coin,rrniy will tliIs Wilson to rtvtNfy t,he rar.u Lssui tq:k to tle isvnw anuvimt of t.i and file of ,lrfs pa,rty ,wilii liaA- Ik's'' tVe Vie 1jlllng nii;i,ti-- s (only fo IkviiIs n,nd will for a'amorliiB Jor Tariff tO I ' pi--t of llio stock and ixtUi'in the s tj ymvs Kind wIjo Jiavje .Hln Unity; 60 per u,'l of tl sVvk .0 show the country how Uie Ueinoqratlc as ti Uj oi'ile ,to ooiiinot tlve oox a'l'on. owiin.'zJ.tlon can r.jlunw line Itlqh TV H'lyk jMirt of ((Us dU will 1? Ki'-,(la.) lwt,er C-t-j of living? s to rtilip mpnrajtorn tv a tioivis, Ww belni? jiuroli.a.s' d wtlth tlr ftrU nvirtgiae IfmJa. Tariff Sentiment. TliiMie ar,e twejity-f!- y working mfn s y coino:id-(t'vvti the It la In MiihV3n,lifjrg County and In Aniqrlc.im policy of Urotf.'utl-na- i Ohio County, nwkln,? jfnlr,tUiO in all capital, lniurios and arculture (3 to and tlifj jnoinotns claCm to ha.e options Tlie sus' on flKUtqin be (tuaDMl'M 1" lllir't' of tlie mi has and ane lery to.-"V; P?ni?a oaTinoC nfHiijt of acuring tpUons pn tlie a-.- d .busings GroinvlUe, Ky., Jan. 16. A it,it o: systeim ojuri-tr- s p billys' would rwtilt, with many ff-- t BrJ.it lnuortanco to the Kn'uVrlO', 'inul of W.'wlipn -l' atiil1ii.'iks i'Vis J, workhuiiKin Wo tlwoj of viiil Ohio w l"nd"H, 'u and th;e credits . .4 . li of want uouiuios ls on uqw CtiKi r,'Tnu:3 (o lie full iivinre would irehit' .s . u.-oIt" ul Kin-lu-sloif ifirrkrJ to i arj wws. IV' CK' iVve fiw lUiys. The ii mkUIoi pifnlUJjJfjr ''vi t(M unfwtunnvly 'm'tin fi! would lie .i in iijr stuWtn wil rwKiiijpftt dic-mo- t,V Secured. tpvrwnnwutl rnl Itiii'r Democratic Revision. If tfic Di'inoor.VA: Ilo mn rJse ivt lli in''tr Juliful l... Ml. iltyeji y(m of a, c,hrktUn If ;l .1 I u s - . A, 1 lllUh.Tld.J. T. .ilVu,t o n- v, t j, p. .1 ln'it nus, on: l f vikMilldrnn te imwn th 1. lo S e WitA tikan to AVtiatiutjtoiri, o' I furkiri,t wm honw wftnro JIvi'ip pretenhwl ft. 10 n. tn. TiUM.liy, Jitilikicj by Ilav. J. T of t!w Clicult, wio deMvtyul i o.iljn II 1iLdJi raiqi'iiis' swmcv.ij afiswr coivjie-.ito tlw Actniivllle ocfiiUiry. wlure, In 'th ytvsancu of qulto 11 en i if sarrow-lrooura and cvlatttis fricivUs, 've wtm gently lou'di-In the llWo ,1 lri,-- i(tf 3, l.'Ul? .hor llx.i and I!ffl, who Itvl loiw fclive "ovno on befoie.'' Atmist at itlie very btglinlng sie knew of .ti'ro iluiniiiiS'1 iv it ure if li,- - Uivn ivjl li.tr on 'ie wis fully nftprlxnl of utte.r (iopoVnsnts of tier the Sj; Listen! ys arc &t the heM of the Pe.rd.de with our Good Goods. l' whIiii nnr , fir 1 Ji 1 l.r juj l ave lo Wslm WF Ok "r jwfmL&& w M war s5u 1 iaW nW t wo.-k'tv- b-- c.io. ,It,illzlng t'K emit wa.s h. tailed w.l'Ji the loved oivis at l.ir t!- sd( ,uvl wf.i,s ciii'in und ai;en In dn'-i-Sh-e ,Uore Ivor Buffering with went mhrls-ti'a- n 3u.lence 'Mid rcn'gjUuon ,uvl dlI In Wlfl ttniiuii'i of a llvliw fall 1, roj-l'n- g ,tlvo nnst ,rav of Its vtt'tvry arvl nwnn-- dja h n of ItlS Tcnly Jitnu-t- ltl,1l.?. a and g-)- l )u m gmxi Xt-- motlmr, frlem-I as u iH, giod as u n'V,ir, Gin-- l to her a,s ,'i nr are going to keep at the head of the parade with our good merchandise. We We 1 iVff-r""- 1 y adpiln-Utratl- 1 reiue unv-ton- ivt Wrerimd.n-TlnUjjln- e. r"V-ortle- and ftvnlly drcle, good in u t'irls,Hi. In .s'vort, ijjuI in u,-,rwnik mnvl rcl.f ti'on of Ur In niKjr tvmse tfmt th" toiiii Inuvlliw. To lv.,r Inisluiril, ohiblpcti iwl wVinv Ioms U acvl grief " iln cvkuM, WVHUI offnr cotiiOoirtby ihi'n,? in "Mir Xlam of .Who nlw tiuV d So Iqt's wrvk luvl feep :,'ii tilth and look fiiir,wii.-- d to a gilnrlous r".siiiv--- 1 tlon and family iqinilrvi In Unit Jfii.d ...... . ' t.A.nr.... .1m Willing gOJll(S ttje jw'H ..iir- - 1J U,I, aiiil f.nrmni'1 t, ni?vnr are y iIri ljvjrr, unl hot I In Ui a hvuo tn long since determined to lead, by nevr putting a poor piece of goods In our store, and by selling the best obtainable In medium and high grade merchandise at reasonable, just prices. tio one can ever lead us, because our methods can't be beat. A , .Sj.-iow-" 1 , - n,eixir 1k1. d so-e- fi'. JOHN COFFMAN FOUND DEAO IN ROAD 1wjt. ,1 (i.j d. l. .jx' Was on Hfs . CARSON I INCORPORATED. CO. 1. p'Aton-Htrfun Way Home From Island Tuesday Afternoon. " nill-llo- Hartford, Kentucky. Hvfti Mr. Ju'm OofOnon, Wlm m-faw- jf tv co"i-pxn- was found In t,he" iiofifl nqtr his Jvo,iiV3 dM1 'i'u'wilay aftarntxin. He au,d nls oousln liud be.'vi o Laland and Mi. CVffiman was rotujnn'.i.!; MatanzpLM, on OHIO COUNTY DEMOCRATS F. D. 22. Jvolth, iW.sV-rfleld- OUton, hom,e. f.ico iwiais MET HERE MONDAY gorts(-Rjn'a- n ? - or-ti'rji- if vti-siri- ly nt ehlv-ePB- iSoc-fo- tllr ai-pa- s pewr.-oara- coiu-iiltv- ttioo a-i- gen,-iiall- ti ol st Wlian founl in tty Ir. Ciffmati's ':: Ijing tn a llote tool lit va,tMr and lvls Jiujnls in Jils ivq:l"ts, For the Purpose of (Organizing died w It'io t .1 Btnursxi'o. He tifid brcin oontpUnlng Iqr sevioral dayj New County Executive and t'at aiflruopn uf his d huiAIrt? him. Committee. Mr. GofjCman w?is )'ie in of Mi, wid -Jlrs. F. O. C'o'fmun, ujJ wus pianiVI ST". V) Miss Myrt'j Siro'iit!. 10 ti'iis unl OTue DsnoxaoAs ot Olilo pou,n,ty mt In union was iioin ono nihil 1. Kiinutl oacli voting jireclnct SoiUitiljy and nieiit-m- l and ln.li i ilvjtt iwas nt l',olnt Pleaspruclnl.'t oommluteeiikun lor t'w nut ant WcVvatl1' afti-niwfour yoa,rs. Monday MXtftWHioii itho.se In nmt lit tlve ciijrt Indian Killed on Track. llarfjJord for tlw purptwe of electing Nirvr ltcKh.'ille, 111., an lndlin we,n,t to county q'valrnvan and ttmutuy. The aWv on a nalroad trark mid was killed ndettng was iri3ailz,?l by kuIecUug Mr. by ttm .fast cvpras. He ild for his AIvls ,Tluliunor as .U4.1u1ur.a1y iclralriniaiv Its thai and 1'ruf. )ziit .S!ultz t.in;i:Hry oanaVisKfliess with hlHUCe. Ott-oonghs and wsiy when HtopVi Vote being taktJi Cor colds. Uan't risk jour llfj whn iiraaipt uhutnmui, Judge C. M. CSiowie, of Hurt-foruse af l)r. King's Nnw Dlaciiy ,wlll was AoAautied, wlti'iout 'VtixslLifj 1, cane iWmi" and ) jvreiiiejvt a ikinw'ous .uid its. Motiowcll A. Foglc, if Harford, throat qr lung troubl;. "It iva tsycrqwy, oiil aUo wltiiit oupoal-uonivd inve, In a .Vwit Unif?, f a tvsrrlbU u'it.u;k t.t Tlw foltj'wlng are e 0'n.viriiit.n oonh UwU folVud a arlrl, iwrlteji J. It. ,Watts, Klolida, lectqt In tihe various (iritilncta uf the IHv., "and I rega'mid 13 IciuikIs n uoun,ty: wxiWit- - Uhat 1 hail tout." Quick, safe, 1. ,UiM lUrt,fo.,d-Jl. ttiaruttt, llarl-fqrpcJItUde und B'LrtUktunl. roc and fUO. It. F. U. 5. Trial bottle fic at all drugglsits. a WJHl JUirtfoid-- C. K. iMiuinii.i, Ilmrtftvl- U.ooilty, 3. Jt. Will Reclaim White Slaves. F. D. 1, 23. Ituford iM. T. ant lUtgo. SI. 2j. UartltU-CVu-en- i!.' , Pliv Hui.-t-far- M'Ji. 'HUOril co wt It. F. U. 3. HefJin-ltutvin rV, WUllarns , U. It. D. 7. Sl.qipalvTo 27. f. trartforJ. P. It. HeUV-y- Point Pleasant-- A arrilO'rL, Tlc'wnir. I hf-i- - ir Ovwiown, Jt. F. 1. 1. 28. NnnruwJ. It. ItnMrrtW, 2D. ltaAphllobcrt II. F. t. K. ,Tayl-- , Nxnrqws. Han'-f- r , t. 6. ; O. FogJe, s?r-vlc- 39. Pniit'iss-- S. n. n. f. u. 31. llTivr tun. W.'vl'svlll". 1. iijs HirVt-- J. 2. A. ljrd, It. F. U. I I 22. ArnpVW. T. No 33. JtervleiP-- jijrt. Jr., lt-nt- ro . Noitce . . S. of rZ , Hairtfard Ixwal Ko. 001, will nveit tfaturdyiy ntglrt Junuvy li Instqad of atUtnioun, All liysni'pM aw iwnyiVid to prent. b-- i d, n, T. 41. 1I.U.MALK. L'iM. JJ. P. UI1AN. Sec. As ts Kentucky Butter Nay Famous. Hstln.ctliie Become! Iwrl-y- U. Fnvnkfort, Ky., Jan, 18.- -"I Kentucky buttor can be tna,le nvous o,s 'Iff and as KY.uekr Usla-iLiutl- Kir w'llta-wi'.ng- (iW-tlo- lils we-p- j 3. Jan. J8. Dftuills of tlie F. D. plan of a ffyvup pf jllla,nt(liirop-lai- n I. SuIh'vujnnfoHd Sunnjflale. to wcitw a larj'! f,uml to Ue Wilitusfon, Spr!iiiii-lA4i(JiT- iw tAlfoiJ, In inetJavmilng vlo.tltris of SUve b,ick AruiffjT:, pro-fcc- li. at letvt a will not byi mouth. Nivu-- ud convV(tud fr t)He AVlvlte 5. M'agin-i- l. 6. 7. 8. of .Vw; in,in o,t aJiid w llw lr s lut )i 13. Snvlth, Uwt llaavej Dilm-iBll- ls (mC'iKviivint ot Vv Uvavjeir Uuim, It. F. D. 1. wihtte isUvie liw ane un.KininiunlcajtjHf? reIJ)ctar, garding 4)'U9 nrntpo.s.'tlon, aVxltirlne J.'11' 11. Wwt Oeu.. Mr Daon-Ot- lio , HM.Vejr Dliim. , ajT,nounfVAnvnts u,t WiIm lliiiie iwe 15. iiJllrt'.y L. K. llcrrol, ,McIleininy. can Ul wstabUntied far 'Kentucky .VIVi'ji lluu, iCuitettiujwn, 16. Gjn,tiHTov,ii buttor1 .yia,t will Inoneas; imnvenaaly tho a. i rowe,riu,e of jive farmera and HI10 wjfUth pri(ia'.4ingliy Thpne aire Who tjhlnss of the Static. Thils will atart Uv tLnn-t- o 17. 8ma,llhOj4! No irtl'O. wrap, Joy nnd pllw. Uut il,uck.l(tn'a Avvlov using Alio jiiircol pa-Fai;dmUle-i- J. 18. D. Cooji', ul ajwi u way i:a.st SoJmj --AUi lUMVtih ivllfti in amy fuivn. It Him tt) mAke tnooey In alitor ftlnflS.1' Fflrdsjvllle. aym iv'tufa tihe itttlnlAS, lrr,ktrvtilon, 19. Wieat lrTandsvllie It. X). Nieal, Forrfs- - o,f tho nvivhmeinit ptre uivkgnojwin. Jt ta niminos'iJ )f) p5tulUlls,h or r'iwi-e- l U ;kport. Jiun(-- , 9. Smitjh, C. Uhe ipun-tjrwvKiiKin, houvn lyuo'W-OJ, Kctiola, wihlnh .will be u iKslp to tihe FedStlarJtr-Jamv- js (HjiitiW. Saljot. eral Gov.fiDunveiit 61 isoHilug many nt 10. N. .Daniel, OVitxi, II. iioiao Uranoh-i- T. tahje viexutVius tockU pnuhleiivs urowlng X. O'it Of l.h etfont to SUTIPIDC lll3 wiilto It. F. D. 12. Unnliio-- H. Uegajvor Llkicas, P. sAiva Officials ot the DepjuitntMit of Ju,stlie Dam, It. F. I). 3. t C. M,aia,n, Doikioe. Oionrweil T. B. O0OP,'.r, qncotwU JjoI rtrlngs No injipu-.' n, North Hu(.'lnno.rt-- S. t. .. clnaJ" with 4ihid whisky," ald Oommlsa!on,jr yf .vjiI''"1-tu- re J. W. Nftwnian, lit evivlainlnii a lio liua In Jiwvd t n'luwl'ijf thi-ot 1kw ,o itiko a'l.van'jViS) the Pfliniel fiawt and B,vvie yu mldille-nnn'- H irom. ,ue InVtnds to biiiJ & with the lounly instltuti) ftvrco ot urgje tlw faiimrs to cne4le a nmk In Jew York, Chlo,it-onr othsr pltly far Kentucky buttqr and nnd it lUre-to tlw consumer by parvl post. "ThJ can b done by proper aJi!(rUa-Ing- ," J10 HJ.UI. "Tih9 comtry (M(wpn M,t. Stonllng and U.ulirvJUe la tJw dairy land In w United Strj on aocou,nl uf t(he pjvwlinv and fil iillmjVi. Tjlio lustune gtien t10 but,tar a ivuljura flivo,r ami 'coVir Utt oaruiait i lyiunt-- oJ anyilu-oluo. mlw cllmat prtmlts. of pasturing Car mn unnsitly lr. parlod. I n,n oonvvlnjoed Uuat a ixjppili-tkx- n nect ns Ij'-tur- vir 1 bt Are Ever at War. tt f. i. tr 'It tloy. Orcpnt tiealur of vvlK 20. vA'ma.UUo- -. It. KIly, Wnltea,vill!. vitqdrs, quid, luruiVseiv bunas, tiojls, "" Moavd, plnvPlos, kln, iinTJilons. It. F. D. 2. J3. Oranit, N,rrMB, U. Jl. kVv-'- A. Only 2v centOat all dinvsslaM. ( ln.dU!s or swJllng. It glv-p- fom-toij- t, I When you want a. jwltobte fnali-infor a couth or cold tiakb Ctvuifors)!,'' Cougii llemody, it can' aluiayi be depended upon and li pleasant uwi safei to tjalte. r sale by ail ileal. .. ir W ?iiW'iia4it3- - NT'iAt hustling and O-i- Only- - l ! of Few Left The season on (loaks and Coat Suits is far advanced and we have only a limited quantity left. In order that we may make a clean sweep of them we have reduced t h e 11 o'i.Kiri are announcing tholr ne.nl- - i aU, nrJ Misirl arm ml piiof.t H'wr'.njr n, l"irtl!iii 4K t lwjr npf.w In tliU Untie. want V) Rt If you yu-- i bi'im In all I hi of s lotild give them a call. tuu-cnR- llivr onlnrllnB 1. firm ! K. Ilrmi ant' GOOD DEMAND FOR THE LEAF Record for Eleven Months li THOMSONS GLOVE-FITTIN- G loJjre .No. of ryttibir) hold a ftjiUnll liMBi Ii:v a ,rnVty 11 r 110, 1 KnWIi' In Hall Tu.vriuy t . t it Wii t'm mii'iy tint it 115 nil)', if. Tie riiaWvlttio wm ytry ill wore initAatoi camiioates ami xiwm of l'Agr. On n,xt T.'uiliy In o I,' i nlgi it it ii3 4Unk of Ili'in'irs will U;j rr'.vn. All Ivi&Ya uf I'lTl'Hns ana iiiiutpt! to lw tin'iwit. lil mfr&lnjr ntei i. inn'l " at of Calendar Year. CORSETS it The Call for Unmanufactured Laaf Is Very Strong at the Present Time. Tin oxjiciIn rvVjUial 1M2, -t re juld to Icwa n flft boiw ive Uitn, ,an the JIj,tfr,d jruotlclnff nvery n'n'it ilur sjverj.1 (work ,tyi,.'3 Uajn ilV-n-s and will uroluulrtedly ntj,ke It mlrfity InlVjrenWnjT for the visitor. A .viiill ,w,lU chTiaal p Ivjlp t.n'i bvka. bill fitivm of llarilfoMi Vie 'rKt ttaii of lUntinio.'e at Ilvttaol Silurduy niut. Iiiie TW The oldest, most reliable and best known Corset in the world. will tty trail? of lti baj. lat ln,J.lcj,Ura bn l)i-i, taii tj fxvpziv?. T e directors of ti!ij Huik of iltartfu il held y,mt)-Jiy price to ONE THIRD OFF our regular price. A splendid opportunity is ' now offered you to buy one of our splendid garments at a ridiculously low price. You cannot afford to miss this if interested. Call and see them, with the many other bargains we are giving in winter wear, and remember that IT PAYS TO TRADE WITH A HOUSE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY. ffr ioffcii t,lw Klrt XoAlonnl a nutting y8 b3C). nmifw ut rt vv 4 i'iij cloie ut the yar In Viat tl f branch of .furelKn trad, while aniouR the nnnufacttirnl itUiicio proluots t.ii on'y line to slow an lnor,-ai- J 111 ti e corrwpon lln f the pr3(vtjs nwati'i yeir wim pltu; to'jiMco. Tlra rq;o fl for of t us piUnkr? the Uim nvoiit'is Mur, however, rjwials tmii In all e.vqipjtliiK plus to- branchea Vi I'liltll .Siios to'jjjio tltxrln-j- Noivcrnb''. a Xalr drSr,tte of aVilvi'y ; Other Makes 50c Up. r lnaral ROSENBLATT ftftftftfift2 Hartford College &&ftfi&B Offers splendid opportunities to the young man or woman contemplating entering school. MIDWINTER TERM begins . In tli 'tarn tills y.nr ti'intA'. lllinh it,njl for this y.cur. Tiiie of-- f a : Atyln itfiwe, J. P. 1'VflN, Grviral J. :iqivcr II. I.lkfivi. Ths officii of the lVvxItUn,!; !.Vlva'n bank .no? O. 11. Ilk.-ii-i. (J. lti,v,?. a,ml V.Vi'J l'n'dtm'.; Uy, It. It. Itlloy. C llllfo', QiH.i-l.i'n'jat GaKile? r. v; Ilts Hettlrt bok-knPia- Mji'rff AWilloite and .Mrs. M. 11. Urirnnnd, s rloj.-l-y huvrt Jait T.'iu-J,i- y ho dynamite Idlfls i(flloiv Ivitl in son at Mr. rout 3, wm wTiilfJ iliHy-,- 1 eaj and fuiv-- . U"e .lie xplojtUtii .it Jiotvj fUiJ ea.rrltl iWiein t" H'iool ut No CiTiik aa-- l :vt np'si O'riod iHjIIow tpnt out to hrl Oind o bo'.wjI UwTt ii'rn' 'if. Wiiifn to tputi'.i'ii a f'tio ,way found ' toUl ipwintlty of Iqnf tohii!' J wu ulttilng Nmembiri 1512, 3),3T,00 an Inrtiim of i,TJ!i,'t,', ii (Jiviw anil ntinlx, or lb ysr r'iow an buneune uM'f the 3 Sicnij jnntli In Vi nfiiountln,? to jiMrits, or 3'J ttr etcit. Chirs S7,CjO or 47 c!5nit; clginntlus 40 p,r cnt; plui; dlecn.'.'Vil 81,737,000, ) Jnfirnaied 111,381 pqjiidi, or 16 per cant; smuikln; tfl'.iacoo fu t'l 21,311 FPunls, or '10 nnt. 'Jin inrpiPd fpi- - elwn tr'nf)m of tho 49 qaltrular J7ar, e,nJl wjth NoivnVJ-- r. shoiA.i L'i? following In wli'h the qiiiri'i'andl'iK OTiloJ oif the pqaiVua ytuc: Uxt lolnifco The ex1r-td unlm-nn'ns173,-70- cr pt lr; won-trA- st nutrji U) iilra fue 10,193,261 po,-,n- V, lijj U"5C ImUm 'ivl .o ilr.M.) tin) cap aiul ait one?, buti it t,m u.'l or 1 trlnvn'min. exiplojlird lipfOire lip rtir;p;l It. Tiie cn.l 057,000, pr SO p,3r clt&vtfifl off. of Jii'u VUJUb and jinjl wves U , cp 18 nsr OJnt; plug fl Dr. C. W. K'Jird wju" pa.' VU aai ylv tobacco di'prtrianl ""22,701 riin;l,?, or 1inltAl asslstariv. It will 13 ffiiio 3r da:! 2 iWOsp incrcjiSEtl llnw lQGn3 lie cav'jlrely pcci&v,53ts, litit 1 pr r li Vfi' i)innria&el JS.T1 P't; q;nt; clears InuntsiseJ January 20, 1913. o uyt lie was along nplandldly M iiWr-da- y. juaiund, ar per TTiu total Milul of Ita proluc(ts exjioiifd sirrr ajll tobjfao a.n-- Jbs&Ctix Hartford Kepuoiican. J'ltlDAY, JA'UAIIY Jl. 0 ;: Tlifs tojal valu? for cj.tv?xi mcrths of t'le tial.ntlar jvciw yjar ,was 1 13,0S,"),2S3, ai. Increase of (1,319.309, ar 12 pv qsnt. Q11IX0 a namlfr of Xtvi h.j,l ptfiola'.s In aidJIUan tr tlia evqins pX tSvni?Uc In town tobujeco (uwl Its pixtiuiVH n'lrp yvere of tlie Wao-- Oil qimpani- - a-antl It Is Vioiifht tfiiat tliu yU on expoited from t,he Un;l ytate? dur-Ifl- g J'q'ambcj:, J912. 2UG472 poupdp of tjio Clox fAroi,. wiksh pas Wiu.no lon Eplng dqwn. will bs brouaht in suii. irarej",3n gjrotvn kaf, Atalr5i 3it J12i!,l31, J p o In The Oil Field. durui(f JJoi;e"ii-bep- r, 1312, waw 1,132,168, an lnMi?r pvt'r Uip qTreflpondlng nionti pf the pirqvloua year ajiWjnUng to fl41,02ii, or 12 p'-r ont. New classes will be organized for those desiring High School work. Tuition FREE to all holding county diplomas. A strong normal class will begin the work at that time. Our students have ? . .. . j . hpn vnrv snnr;pssfn1 in sfimirinp nflrtifinat.pa nnrl D are giving splendid satisfaction as teachers. If you wish to raise the grade of your certificate and fit yourself to do better work as a teacher, join this Teachers' Training Class, For further information, address H. E. BRDW4, Pres. SwWVW$999V I E. ELLIS, V. Pres. ML $ L '. P.' ltougli Illvar OU Cqmnifny Iiju 401 died of Svsirt failure Uoinday etienins-LEGISLATORS FIGHT luck In tv viell an tlip W1- - tine months of 'he at) 7 o'clock. ,He had b&si in til lyiilth lwd Hmk IwBtiio nople. cv3ndar Vp farm, jliavins tout an enttae tipl- of year "trV)U,tlon. of Waf lobux:iio tnt,il-o- d his ideaith WJ for SQTe itlme, itihou-2,033,6Q1 toiojg bi1 (tlie iiriaklnB wf a pet pf Oo.'.'- IN WYOMING HOUSE tomowhait unexpected, as hie hul (nt- -' pauuls, Jjuqcl a,t $1,278,26?. Uenty M. lUrite. of ,Mr. pnd .Mi. Bi.ry oL'M-- t 4 being itiiadrt by epeii-t- asraljist 1,811,623 mounts, ,ialul at pnowfl In (Ue plat few dujs. Tlve d- M. H. & E. Railroad Time Table nol'JI.fASt Hjirttord. ana Ji'xe nra'J1 In VOX. pf manjufidtiu'-e- d trti:oar tlicm, but at lat account oeaal wa bojrji In Ohio county In lSiT. ' lftJt Btflf.1 rtutWs at a iflne kW tb at Hartford, Ky. tiobacco p,rolu,ot3 4trlng NnvrmbQr Speaker and Speaker t,w Ifid t ten succrtCul. JPro Tern and liiad a wide. t!rile uf ffJuid,' In thorn Tuajay.1 ,Tlrey i!ap cluMeinMd tin wore extrcjiely limited. MoixUy Ohio ionl lavlcns cauntles. L. 44N. time card etfectire jpuns laAy. BllzciUatili. . Use Fists to Settle Point West Kalucky OU floin,?aiiy Wflimw-i- y Ur. lAmbipse vtaa a. cqnffldrAte .vteiatk-an- d Au. 21eC 'w m, Suffering Near Madisonville. W.ViNTJU) Tbella.bte, onarg-jWIn vni(ovng tfiie ilrill sumied-cwus chaplain of lUcie K. ,Gra,v3 No. 112 North liound due 7:10 a. m. of Order. a.vd points U& from t,lieilr vticil on Uw H sward Ivy., Jan. soil IrtibrlcatfciK oil. cennpi ,were except Sunday. dlly In Oliito and adlacfnt counties. SaUiv farm, for which thy Jvwl lj"in ffcVilnjr taken today to mllav,e lihje qutflaMn! ,Ilor Is snq,lv"il by hn wife and ten No. 114 North Bound duo 3:40 p. m. mill be of tthjoise isVlcKifin by t'hra flood and dnlroi for.' ubiam t,?n diijyi anl or Cqniinil'iskvn. except Sunday. Wyo., Jan. 20. A riot durWc ohlld,rn: It. V. Apibijvue, St. loul'J; dally Cl?synre, to A5'.ilbybuig , Xor sutfey und reiflut. rpijuniied bkw. STBlViON Olh CO.. ClSMtlatid. O. which Sinker Jlreutt and Spakjr 1'ro Mrs. Jlqret Hitrr, ShflbyWe: A. No. 116 South Bound due 8:45 a. m. Lieut. Oairl Nonnrain, of the Aflu.a.nt Tom W,cla EvansJ.lle; Hire. Hairy Stei-gij- 'J, Ut. M. ,llT7'lxail'kaj. oflirnple, Texas. ciTasi'd lin a fUt fifiht nn dally except Sundoy. novlii? his mv GeuYMial's iqfflce, and County AtomiV Husni)V'1to: E. H ,Wi C, W. C OofvtflacfiT Marsh fc broilwi-- , Ir. J. d f ills 1:46 p m. ww the isMt fie presiding, oKtaT'p p.'.fi-m- i No. 113 South Bound fainlly tlili week, w.l alilnA--y ifirioin DufeThujqt to the Cturter Sypeirt, at Hopkins Cpunty, wranit to 11. today's session of fin lowpjr ((ouis and Jqj An,hrc,3 nnrl All v.' XL A. Stoioin daily exoept Sunday. and iMrs. illeiury if,"R"l(il of JiliU clty . haa jwa to KlWon. K., V ilIu l,!l' farm and .will noon tissln OrllUnK Oairtw Ashbybumg awl epolniteU a cpRmA'JVj'5 of tine Lglslni'JJ.nj. H. B. M1SCHKE Ast. ' Is u sur.ts: well No. S tor tfifl iW.Sfrt. litrvuvkv of Xhia t,n supervise the d,ls'rlbiH n wlfs In a UU wlt! lior pajwntrj. wur. iliurfni, wih'ch the S.- D. .VniUrpse of CUU.o Alt""" ihalf an of and mpwiy FfVit to old the ulViuoiit on.fuVn on the floor broUicfr. xia lally Oil Cpmpsuiy. Col. J.ii'in C. UUS.v. wbo Ad7 stirlck,,en. U. S. Caroon pay caih tar fura. Btrcct In of V H1J',' a v&yes npa nsinaeid to Sir. A,mbrose Mi,lted Jjt th? oind-era- te Ifirt .wln'in ln ,6ill qh wiV yeflUirday, a;nt 1'0 ;Mi:Mr. &njldr land S'law, of JiuiJe arjmy trom O'kVj tuoU- - aryl wtirv lie- In fl'lw and ,tit5 tbrW iis fKw'jHOiia-1riMrcn ilxvn ago and Uti re- It iw'a W fnn- - nhie HI., tlirs Joiimoir of tfyi rir.n tuJiy sutiplenrrvUtl the The linpivdUto oocaalAn of A.hp ed thrcvJSih Ve WC fi Qjmrpuy C. , a.'onB nVriy. Jiome, ! turii-- l rmbtkuui. JnftwlU'y. and Snydier, wlo Oi(a,v(e tlie onlslniU sttt by another $1W, and of iUotlirn-)Orhart r w Nlnj'ft In IXs noim. was the at,tenpt of anil a'lrJ to BPt well tfpUlsoit nt f)ls Prof. S. 1. HcKUiiu.y fM (i pkrwint UinlV Stmli-- s iIoah SS?nvUr A. O. cuil V. C. Ilunteir, a Jlfliibllcan. to Via brlguidfi. Xlt iul Iwp iintc!int Sot pu,Yi'.ns BuUnr (and "VUux?n ipuntfeii", wJiWli afo o,n t'h'j WnUw ,V liln.v. 9"r.nl"y, dil'ar at t(a' otf' him to lato hfps cfiair. ,An appi'inl fawi for .tfip l!poi(a'i h'im lakji irom city far lihie past 40 yeas. illsirlct In V) "ow Hiirker" w jM he fna-tlia iCpmpvny, iwwqa lieno a tow days tills to obtabi Fadianol ajld for tt'i0-i- " rtTivvn l'untna.l sendctp Hpj'akieir's ruJIrAs upon tlip utffir of NatjifUl ltq'rtbltS IfB JlwVjl3y laa.v,a Mt t'i o u U".Wv.lr PfWtl tubiftco lip.w Is a T2Cik. Jtr. trom tha'.r v hnrrH. A.baut 3W of thi aubuUtUi'je .SI. E. tiiuii Wdn,isUy Uanv-qrae oomrnltteoB hy on a basln'ns trp V Ow.in,VTiio. rcrplvetl are lylix I .iai Mini. 'I'lw i In ftrt'iamrt'iod In tlva llaugti River rfifuanes hiAve tak,"in to ,mv;Tl Xor tlioe he fiaU iubniltUl and ad 2:30 (o'cVx'k, fn,luctud by I!,9v. foi-- Ump ami i fo" and tio Xur ifaS; S end Mns. C. 1'. Uun Hi besn quite Cmna-inymain. ixsslstel by lt&. K. K. SmlMi-Th- e lusld the bailainiqe of In wthJoli Je tirarfi. Car spv?uJ doy,. but U hupwi,lns. Qov. MqCliniT'l" has sein t'iat tipnts P,owit. JMlire Me'jz, Den((rat, anase and IntwnviiYt will he in KhuWiOjd. Mr. MauTJi I). Tnonuw returned (Moi-cli- y hii,ve bepn JWt to As'ihybung awl air. 4fcvt!5iit "siKiwn. route 3, wtws a Pallbaareirs: ,B;m T. I'WA Usury A. S. of E. Notice. dxi!a.iTl tfiat tlve Spvkfir could ito UJcalooe, A'i; attir ipwid-In,- ? u, oimip wJl he ira'abUsled with pfoa.),. n'fU.Vir uit Unto' otflfie ,lTui,r4-Kifl. II. Kord, J. Y. ttmlth, Cir. (.U The Ohio .Qovim'y Un'on of t.'M A. S. dislgri,ite iny otjhsr ,Uirwi the Speitlitr days In ire "wIVi lib faUvc and nt "1 a few pf Uqicfany K. p-- tim .to .take the coiv aid cajle'l II. Torld and Dr. K. 1 rnnnnliio'toii. wjll e,onini3 at U.1,3 Court J1oum CVu?t, Clrwde Iliiil.-K. sWtar. Mr. TIumiiah Is jL'tvjagud In Uie In iHafitXail Mr. J. T. iLW!i, nvfttep ol tie JJinft Jan. 31 at 10 o'ctoik.., A" Kontupky GinrJli, In el Inc.?. In amoving yyi .ItreiS'iitaUve ,W. J. Wiuofl to ofXIoe on rul'iroail pTustneei-at Ati Ibjbiirg toJ.iy l.teut, Ntinnin unj lirealde. ,WOOd then took Uw (tfnalr. lv34vJJlo U'lla rfvll wan In Oil HarfllJird, VClp airs renuestiCfl to be wrfl work. Sypiirt wej-- e ffxpjd Ho filivtd FOR FLETCHER'S Alitor Hqnfce wUl be wpiJk n liusUv'. an Jltiena fltairteid to re,sumo Thpreui)qn Pra pir. CWXord ScJijpiiUt. ,wji(0 ib b!n V) Tbe trm Uian ,twp jnll:s in u boat In the tfe fi'iulr hlnirisjlf. WVwi Kt nt)iurwily u,ttnd to. tp bunBK ie lir. T. It7UariTrid ln,tenU lVrltia! prbwn iU At- - Oouraiy l!fird of iDlnt'flrs will be in floili"d liottvlarvd1?. in In ih'a nUkoe un,Ul li04',t graspInK Mm k a 1W days on a proniguj trip senAns Qi., tlw Vw o,t potmUrun Resolutions of Respect. linft, J4n. 25; at sraiVm at tle cnunt 1wou,! by ittve llOUd(M'a with truth liui'ls, fifvrtyt ttnoaiflli iCAllfflwla. Pledga 1,100 Acres for vlilt-'tifolUniir, )4W bejn paiolfil Oinjd uti re- - 10 oVi'wck. Amy oiw wtw lms any susa'-tlqa- s !ia, axaAn him viVkli'w'Jy oif tlie plaitl)orni. jVo)d lVJKiiriV. dtkth ItrvkfOirl, l Mir. aqaraoTjdrlAd'Jox, of In t!U jvownty. Vt Itlnrwid (n tils loni to make Ut ithe lloaiyl will hn ihoi'ih liArvJn and hid tfaice, bat t'ue iitukka of Acns Ivvtee No. U?, struck qt Orchards. or Ivls health and aA Ddfwm Sjwtniss hi n.nnw'f. any member thai Hardin nwunty fa,imeirs !iae plaJbftjl p.7Jtitly aijuii and ruc'id h.ck to tfie Order of Odd .Koitottfl, aid c Ul-- 41 gloAly liieand. an4 lie ixtini iuasui)' l. V. of ,Ir. O. t U inndr 61x1111 Jin our circle lnqVier SI. men eia.pjlie'l und Mes.(". T. J I. Ubwk wild K. K. Blr!s wlilyp will he rili 1,100 aicnis fcj; onc,ha,rds ruil alAmlsali'Jn-ei- r uhfi'ir aspin. 'H' le iljqul.ivUl?, In. ,WiO ,wlh to maKe ifU t(p banner W' dl(l In tie olty of iftumvol .fiixrni wxi ptiltniM un the hood Ivive Niawni'iJun, liof. Q. D. Oiplxln Dn. Ids-ioX Arlk'taultupe Afans. A: ,M. UaniU And WU1 fttev-cv- wlioiie Utiey nupQlwrttid a B'iw pin of Vpr fmr Uvi soiilety In this aounXj. SmUh, of the ' January W, IS13, tnon thejni. pUtfirm Eatarn State fqrmal, were pleasant moufta 3, JlaiAford, wUl anl want ,tlie hlp of tlw utople. ,vn fore be It, wliMl tliey will j iWiqVllns Wh KAvd, wiV(h he Hray of Stafie a,nd liiwrWint Barker, oallqre ait Thi Pll3 JlosoJtvqJ by Acme Ixulisp N.o. 239, I. Uwilr iKWirss. fTilie fipra'u title intii llirta"! aoctVvi of the qoonty Uvat wxnts on Itolfl off In Una xOfBn, PjaW fltptor-o-d will go thare Jianuury 29 to tftan ithe ofllniiry Iwfvia unwind 1kuu an.1 oruajulzjitlan wlU pteaso ppny at the angajnlze am uivtoalatilon iaiinm ohft the Jlouse uJjiauiinid. il.uvliiB me O. P., fiVMl in t'w dtiaith o,f Bn 1i1 are fine cnqalnvw. ( aoBiimon .KxAnlna.tVn,a J Jiftve Jct a tru ior mefitliuj ot 't,lve hoond, oliaAr and StaCurmlck acaki'ir' They prestige of Vv AIuldro,ugh Hilts. of at llcnnHtnl will l),e U?Jd i'iom wa ,wt illptaTVus V. B. TICMENOR, jHres. will uiqw tlva Viellow a ($tel, wortliy Bqrp to itjlM wlfp oX Quptaln W. K. Taxuniirert 1UI ivulns a popex wHgltt foIXtJni, n,wl rorivBle tnlvy jind aiBNUY J.I. 1HUTLB, a:c'y. Sneaker IVp Tin Woo4 H'louted U tlia In oujr tn.Ua; tliot we duaJJ at 1'Virt oty, whtah nia.Unss in Juinw, atttr tlie B;mrW,t, 23t,h U. S. lufitiy. BoAmxlay. cLas) tho Ids memory jai ft. to Kan. .J lanuAry 17. a son. V,iiVfnwn'Jli, exhaust. ir'juint-a,t-ai'iiwinter ppsa supply is t oVttziMi., and and NeyTvwtrr Wt ywiirflAy for Motlutr wvl child dalng fV. Ohio counPublicity Pays Butler Bros. and ollqw mo cm? to lea.ip. .Mns. J. ed and bjjCorie the u&nly November nip-- I wJU Jold bm,v1 husbuifl ami Shry, Dia,'n. wlieJV she ty Is the Jii'.li) Jksnie of Capt. llenn.att, A 'Ohlcaeo flmiBullar Bros.- -, h 10 ties (aire irw. 'Jllviie 4s said to be an atandjji over iUin chlaf clerk, Il(ViiOlTyl ii'xxA. ,we fo,r owunon solwol dlpVU" and . fips niiiny iWtrm frlcivli 1?ro A'l buslivss exclmlvAly by iill, ihav.e I25.0'0 hvu.tlhVbU ilumand Xor this iiirle,ty, and In hia,nfl, Tratt tjorbude tfie pallhts uf V bemv.d A'VitiWi'o'i today iatkJ Saturday. a juvinvhar of Wlvia. Iiu. BMM'ett puitonMir on it'ialr iiook, ejiivd in.WW thea hills are Uie natural liorne of tli the rJl. In t'lftlr 'J folldMod ' when the t Aw5!.11"11" IcUnvax xinqnth fior puitfim a'wne, hoW bwt Yiallqw Troiwawmt. wm l):ord )n Datea oounly. (Cait. J. a. Kfoiwn left .Mom""! Sp?akqr and iJpWer pro tm clw'.vl nem,t, anil a wpy to The yicar jkie,r UO))0.cao wrn'i of sooJ. and W Urt yiiur subHirl):ton duller a .traveling pol- i,p lJon'it ttuka pt hU pwu be fuirnHTlipd the fa and 1'ru.U oiVfynptud tp Mice. i o ly ivquorlbe kwtar ifoir ,tji J. 1. Caso lwnhUuf MalU'PnUV.can diax. It U juat u Uttlo sy, ,0iat ed in tye VnvU press. ,V yf t)hlne-n- ly iniats masting of (000,010 unqwicirs clialr. Anplntr U liiU,rf(r, ' oliln ilUa,r-b- ul It lttl;'i for Uils huitin,!., wliloli U exclulo'y utter sncndlis M-iCa, a tjproul won kWWtU In the RoKtlvied turtlwr ntf Ohio qounty Is coifed tp pioeft at (.htfr owvwinyl wliAch Uiy cantjroj ly ml iila l.pow lipre. little (filings like aulkir tf kn?p our mouinUutg' ls worn fo Ut 1 stomal by .tlie Spjaktir, In Haritfo.rd, Vw nmilta of (fipir W (oaurt haute, l'.h !sUm,tly oaiJ rAncavs m'jib. Vaur dollar alone cvillli or printed C. it. Hnsrt,vl o'clock p. m. itunlay. Jiajiifiry 7. gio;ls ajvl nK)t,ho.l(i beifar) tfwSx miylne busing CO1O.1 can be U'Jd upon anon Mvfirul a'jnersi bjJps to f'.fe the W. It Death of C. C. Ambrose. This U wly pn,s of a Uwiin4 the ptvtpae of umWdfTkng tlw Hr,;e4 ilVhen th bt PPMS. the 8. P. Rl Mtlro by slvlna ypur arder to Tin and fued Jan. 1. C. C. An- Ovtsborp, .K t)V9 b tpp oAinlnff iwi a'mllaj birtancwji In Hxe ,Uii'toi Stafpi. 0fjC'i)rd on tohmoqo. Mwoley jjuujtaain, HuiUonxl, Ky. Prlwa an ctoUani worlc. ot, jbrjase, intllln at 12 ,W. U. TAYUOH, Sqc'y. Ojfn. , , jPubUelly poyaj wwit li l.ih M IwiI. I and npt on,ly a.i9 niom?y but jiAtirMnly CaVtolWi iTtri'ly tor dli Win ele-vies BH-JIivV-'JinivlllffHjt-ure- uvmooi. Ky a,5alnrt poitnJs, iial'J. at 8:,. itV qcRresponillrvs .nionth of JMl. V.v 133,130 r Tp.n' - pre-oille- l ! . raitu', tij Sj.-alca- jll'.v-i-OI- 1 j hl n ts bo-a- !'Z-- D. sl-- J . hlnlf y. nt Ol'r-r-ma- K nt ry Children Cry CASTQRIA c.'1lu-"K- . Xnr1-lu- tus-aol- iihi iUod n;t Iu-ts.iU- v, n sep'-c&'e- Uo-e- u,-- y, tn frl -- ' ton1'-awna- rs Il-u- laly ,ljrs ivy-Iqlq- li)tw nt lV,pro-sinta,U- ie p' a. fi 1 -- flb- -. V. 8 f Successful American Writer Relates thn ..., ( Circuit Court T. F. Ulrkhend, Judsej With Pleasure How He Served automobile wage standard Is said to Ben D. lllnRO, Attorney; W. I'. MMklff, Inquiring Chicago Woman. figure out somewhat higher than In Jailers 12. G, Harm, Clerk; K. L. !" lltome That Will Intnrnel Thncn other Industries. Tho American nu- Mx, Master Coinmlnluiicr; 11, T. Collins, ! Gcorgo Ado was talking about hln tomobllo Industry has grown 5,000 per ,,...., , rrunco Jury fund; T. II. llluik, bher-- J I cent. In ten years. Tho export of last visit to London. Wlinin UrganiZailOnS. nr, iiamorii. ncjiutlt- - ,s. o. Kumn, DyeRepairing and "I like to knock about London i American auto machines and equip-UeiiUT liun, (1. V. Joma, luiuto 6, Hart ford, W, V. Harp, Uilnc. Court 0011. ment amounted to J30.000.000 In the alone," ho said, "studying tho places ing cnra first Monday in JVbruary and con last year; and tho value of Imported i of historical Interest: and nt this kind- Ladies work given tlmiHi Uinw .k, thud AU inlay 111 .April, 'BRITISH RAIL STRIKE ENDED machines wns $2,000,000, a decltno of I ly Christmas season I remember with two wwkijf third .Monday In fiO per cent. In n twelvemonth. Of I particular pleasure a good deed that 1 Octobir two wicks. tho 21,757 autos exported, 6,288 went performed nt one of London's historic , County Courti-Wcddlnp, JudKc; Hats Cleaned and W. S. Tlnsf.y, Il.CKrk,Ii, C. U. Smith, AtMan Falsely Accused of Intoxication l0 uanntin, &,7I(. to ureal iiritain, ;j,uji lanuinnrics lor n umengo woman "It was n rainy fall day and I sat Dnnaimrl Reinstated, and Men Go Back to 'to Auscralln and New Zealand, 1,611 torney, Hartford. Couit convenes first " to South America and 2,296 to con- nvof n luwfatfinlr iMirtrllnf. ntwl n miti ' Monday In tach month. Work Indiana Workmen to of bitter at tho Cheshlro Chccscon Work called tinental Europe. Quarterly Quarterly Court-Jle- lns Demand Legislation. on London, England. In Oreat Hrltain, Fleet street. the fourth Monday In l'ebruary, during 1911, nbout 1,000,600 men obChicago woman entered, Hos- "Tho August and ?v emler.4l Newcastle, England. Tho North- tained wago advances without resortvnlla Tnlmann1 In hnr linnrl TMio- Chn. Court of Clolma-ComeClub $1.00 " '""- v""" first Tues-da- y . "" eastern railroad strike was settled. It ing to strike, and 1G3.000 men got shire Cheese '"wns, you know, Johnson s ' g 1 In Jauuaiy and first Tutday In engineers them after Btrlke. Tho strike of Welsh favorite tavern, and the woman had ' j had affected 8,000 locomotive Octobir. and about 40,000 other workers and miners cost them $3,750,000 loss of Itnnn tnM flint tlin irrnnf mnti'd nntn. a Otlur County Otflcirt-- C. S. Moxtley, had caused the greatest Inconvenience pay and $600,000 drawn from their graph could Btlll bo seen, penciled on aureor, i'ordsWlle, Ky., Ii. h D. Hartford Pressing Glilb, In England since December 7. Its strike fund. The dockers' strike cost one of tho wnlls. No. Jt; llernard V'edx .Assessor, Hartcause was tho reduction In rank of an at least $3,700,000. Although the work ford, Ky., It. K. D. No. :; Hmry Leach. Y. M. C. A. 15LDO., "Tho waiters told her they knew of engineer for Intoxication whllo oft ing time lost through labor troubles no such autograph, but tho woman, i 1 SupiTlntuidcnt, Hartford; Ur. A. IJ. llliey, Coronvr, HurtforJ. duty. Tho terms of tho settlement during the year works out tho huge Wtj, dauntless Chicago spirit, began HARTFORD, KY. provided that tho company should re- figure of 7,620,300 days, the Industries n long, long search, upstairs and JUSTICES' COUUT3. instate Engineer Knox, the man who of the United Kingdom are so enor- down. B. S. Chamberlain, Hartford. Tuesday was reduced, If tho inquiry instituted mous that the stoppage was equal only "Whllo Bho was upstairs u warm j after .rii MonUuy In I Mun.Ii. Tuesday uf. by tbe home office proved that he was to tho total closing down of all indus- glow lr..i.l..i. I.. juiic, .1... . Ilr 3rd ,'" of benevolenco suddenly rose up i not intoxicated, as charged, and It tries on one extra bank holiday. onHuy !n H, Monday In tei.leniber, iuisikv alter Tuesday aft- -r j In my breast, and, taking a pencil Lieietnber. was announced that the magistrate, Los Angeles. Tho trials of the from my pocket, I wrote with quaint '.,.l&ct, Sroi,,,vcl1' Wedneilay after who reviewed the case, had found that brothers, the dynamiters, now eighteenth century flourishes on tho Iri m ,i"y 'I1 i,lth' WeUntsduy after Knox was not Intoxicated, and that In San Qucntln penitentiary, and of wall behind me: the home secretary had advised tho Clarence Darrow, who was acquitted "'Sam: Johnson.' king to grant a pardon, the man hav of having bribed a Juror In the case it'll'. Jtockpurt, 1 rlilay after "The woman on her return from up. Ad Monday In March, 'l.Tld ufu-ing previously been convicted. Los An stairs spied the autograph nnd was i of James B. McNamara, cost W. H.&J. F. GILLESPIE i5on.wnuyb,n. Juni" Kr,,,u"" 3rd Indianapolis. Organized labor In- geles county approximately a quarter overjoyed. Is It not amazing how HSCdK n" er 3rd tends to ask the new general assembly million dollars, according to a state- much happiness we can give to others Proprietors for legislation, which is considered by ment by E. W. Hopkins, county a- - by re5nVdM,."?'l'lr.. n. "ri'v Saturday Hf these little acts of "kindness?" labor to be necessary for its Interests Dt'nsui. T was nKtImntnil flV ftftlOP . " cuiuruay aftir ..m ii..i M.r uj it .h and which Is sanctioned by the various , ter Sra" nday S.,"r",l"-r- ' Saturday af-- r offlciai8 that since the Los H December. A LITTLE SHY organizations of the state and ge,es T,meg expIoslon fully haU mtt. ROCKEFELLER "eiiirow, Tuseday after ,,. LACKSMITHING s, will receive the support of union men. .. h,H ho DrnonAA ln this measure co Perhaps the most Important veatlgatlon grow-- ' , Accordlna to Small Girl Hit Appar-tha- t oR crlmlnal will be Introduced In the coming . ent(y stronaest Asset Was Not cas(J out Qf W.on. .Wednesday legislature Is the workmen's compen-Enough for One TKln0. laf 'r"l?" 0.-- The core room of the eatlon act. The bill Is being drafted Nltona'MMe company AND REPAIR WORK now and, while the committee having The audience which heard the Rev. .ntinnpl to ho onerated is;';ju: - -- -Kul It In charge will not make public any by 28 women and girls as the result W. W. Bustard, John D. Rockefeller's Po!'','. of its details, It has been said that it of the walkout of 100 coremakers, who Cleveland pastor, address the Christ-struc' contains many Important matters that g3V'in-Th'- S because of the Introduction of ian Endeavor convention was amused have been discussed In labor meetings women labor and for Increased wages, by a story on the richest man. for many years. "vwwe naing in an nuio wun .nr. They are accomplishing tho lighter Minneapolis. At the last session of work and officials of tho company said Rockefeller recently, some miles from Monday I," jfiv frri.i.l"'1?' nf,ir -- T"1 y the legislature a special committee of that tho plant will not be seriously af- - Cleveland," said tho Rev. Dr. 3r1 t,,cr J"J i""- senators was appointed to investigate pass a little unless the strike Is long con- - : tard, "we were about to .end report a bill for compensation to tlnued, as It had been operating only ' barefoot girl plodding along through ' UARTFOItO I'OLICE COUIIT. Injured wunuy.u . with a view to tho dust, when Mr. Rockefeller or-- , coming legisla-- 1 , onpartla, tlmo. The women, like the ' dered the chauffeur to halt the car. .presenting Hungarians and SlW JJU ClTJ- - AttSU?' " ,. . ' .loir-TKS- grK , Commissioner ! Then he Invited her to step up on the of a running board and asked her where jBSnttei organized labor narTbeen , Si uld Hko to have the car ";. " Ma,or; ana ' tBe -nr-s- tf 'UA It Is confidently expected ,ts J i -- affiliation with the American Fed- - ped. A i ' to U Carhon. 1: 1' ii.r.. Tne Utile girl Bald f herifted and there lB K55w8: m Ret off nt the second crossroads, and lalbllltj that ttotRjuMdlcuD BrovfHvifInxlteEls1aI5r1 Snwoo. -- UilliamQuinan pgsl !n "favoF of unionising at IU coming asked: &e7-'dV- : ? ...H(m far are you goIng?. weni. om iNonn anu .. .uie nnn. to hvoti Mr. ani oi me Men's union, labor repre- , memoers, aooui Beven-ienui"" IIELIGIOUS SEUVICES. " oi jgtreeJ.Car Rockefeller answered. It has been an South-S- en sentative In the traction arbitration departmentpolitical force since active- j "The little girl was surprised, as Ice. monrlng its inby a decisive social and dSy In hearing, was U'lrJ ceptlon under Fire Commissioner many people aro when ho says that '' ,"er.y, Ilr" "' bchool Sun- bunday In PII vote. C. W. Mills was elected record Than na naunrl ii 5;.y"eMn.yTtii!1,;Tt" ". Bucnws UUS SUCCEED t ing secretary and William Taber ,. WashIngtn- " 'Don't you "think we'll get there?' h Joiner, pastor. ltet.ti. the ' financial secretary. The resulU of he SPECIAL OFFER: " 'No,' Baid the little girl, nnnBan V;enYnV.'7sUndrayyciri or death Dy ""denU In mlnel bmlM Xiw.BMlam. AtrUIwUl rUW lection are taken as approval of the to" Per8,8ted Mr. nun tdd oar mnaueni cuiunocr. an c oal h herth -IJ naufc,nTrlrifiU4-- l attitude in the recent traction prize collection Iim. 14 klTula t iMilvn. Rials' SuSnfay'a? uTnTlfnu'0-. vy. fourth ".. ."I " "TJT ' . " . . . , .disputes. UtMfliMac TmraiB. T " 'I don't think you havo enough ....v ,.... .. .u .... ..- -, wB- -. .... uievciana., r ItlMiiipH.itiH. ipirnaid PUAHl.dch ... NoKalea. Ariz. Arms furnished by ln .investlitatlni: conditions In lead, gasoline." sne saia. OCAKANTKCU TO Write tO'dsy; Mention this Pspcr. tbe United States government for the zinc, copper and other mines. The y' eaI,;oS!,,rarS.rtt!f,randSU7nd-- pprotection of Americans at Cananea, proportion of deaths from tubercuto- Sunday fccool :C. d Mountains. of 1,000 Mex. Mexico, are ln the hands SEND 10 u4tM.TthUTaIaltU CENTS rosy light that tinges so beau-- . i Is above The sis among these workers also pMklng SECHET SOCIETIES. pMU to tone j ud leans, who threaten a strike based that In coal mines and in other occu- - tlfully tbe Summits of lofty, snow-claceiwctMB ox pw p(paia wftiiwr wiiq mj di( movement. Tho on an iBtraeuvb u NMina I'lini uuf Hartford Lodtte No. 175. b ncBtuiuttiet oi mm, iiuu, t. before sunrise and after um Mil uwi pations. i j mountains nt niiets flrt unci third Monday A A M malcontents' complaint is against the H. W. Buelbee, WM n aWUSKUL , each month. On en Hunter. V. nhYht in employment of America Reiner i by "., l'. loremun .'eiretury. yenow and red raV8 of llght i)0S8esB ma entlfe T& ; Ke stone Chapter No. HO, toe Cananea i,i.,o 1Tnltn, Bfn n mn. A. Mar ti.nn ti,o their meet. iMi-- third Saturday R. Kht MIn U company. There are about rays make merit and efficiency basis to obtain for Tho Americans in the camp and vicinity. ' .o.llnIey, secretary. every one of the 18,000 employes the i way through stretches of tho atmos-ful- l Haitford Chapter No. 1. O E t possibilities of inMobile, Ala. The measure of benefits under the re-- phere which entirely arrest and turn creased wages for coal miners of Ala- cent legislation by congress, providing back the blue, and they do this the Anderson, W. M. Miss ' LUlo Mlllir Secntary. bama was discussed by miners and for higher jvy. Is being worked out j moro especialy If the air Is laden at PiM.Vfh lther Lo(,BO N'- - Ilfl. Knlglits of Operators who are mem- by a special committee, consisting of ' the tlmo with extraneous operators. THE particles t i V", tia " try Tut"lu " Kh C" C" J- - NVy l bers of tho Alabama Coal Operators' 15 railway mall service superintend- - that augment their opacity. SEWING ter,K. Jt'll'& "S, ago raised eatg association a few months Hartford' Tent No. Kt, K. O T M When tho sun is below the horizon MACHINE wages to od cems n ion. u m .i a study of the red and yellow rays struggle on lx)ndon England.-- In niHhVu?. nryn.n'rBt, a,K'. ,,"ri Thursday OF ported that this will soon be done by Md polsonIng ln potteries tile works through the air as far as tho bnowy c'oniiiiandcr I- - 1 l foreman. Keeper. QUALITY. mm uut- - an(, ,)orce,aln enameied sanitary ware ' heights, dropping otner operators, sow Suushlno Hlvo No. , Ij. O T XI their associates by meets every first and third pendent operators have Increased wa- - factorIe8 recently mde for the fed- - the way, and thus paint their lleecy nlcli't n tach tnuntli. Mis. Attjo UrlfttnTady ges to o7Vj cents a ton. (era, bureau of iabori Dr A1Ico IIarail. BUrface8 wUh re(1 nnd yellow tinted iSWW! Mrs- - LuItt l''"'eto Lady NOT Indianapolis, Ind.I ho international ton found that compared with Hrlt- -' light". "This "roscaTe"af7ergiow Is very Acme l.o.lKe No. 335. I. O. O. P.. SOLD arbitration board, composed of three- ,ah potteries American potteries, with beautlfuly seen on tho Jungfrau. Tho .eioi.il i.nd fourth rrlday nlBi,tmeet. In members of tho International Typo- ,egB tnan one.)laif the work people, broad-basesuddenly covered UNDER cone Is ANY X, . 'H'W hccietary. eraphlcal union and three members B,,ow aimost twco as many cases of in tho deepening twilight with tho Mi?..' Imp- - Order Ild ,."J8 of the Newspaper Publishers assocla-- ! polBOnDg. , crimson hue of tho rose, and this OTHER iaw dayh!,i?,a!"co,"1. nn,, foUrtl' WcdnM-...- y NAME. 'J8'1.1 ' liiotitli. Ellis Kos. Uon. met in session at the State Life , Sanrijruokenj. Rhctntsh Prussia. gradually fades until the whole has Iterf"1"'- - A" V" 1,al0' C",et ot Jjuildlng, considering wage scales. Tho the Christian Iabor vanished into darkness. Harper's Hutifoiil Cnmp, o. W. Xo. i2 President Lynch of tho .nternatlonal unlon nunlbernK 30,000, voted to . Weekly. WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. SV-iSi-VSTf.Triwgranral unlon xeturped from.B-trlk-e . affect tn0 Tho Btrlko wl 1IOMK you will Shtil..""cl'..m.(!1,1.1!' Coiuul Ciiuiiiiun- IfjoupiirrlinsotlioNKW NgwTprk to takd part In tho mooting Saar coal mlners, Tho other Catho- iiuams. oerk. V. C. liuvo a llfo asset at tlio prlro you uy, uud will Wallace. Too Tender Wth It 1.45J men ,c including 15,000 members. ' A nut li.ivoau end loss chain of repair. 1're.tton Xtoiton Post No. vjero QAn a PennayhSnla mjnes of the in and about votcd to f th g0.caUed Uorlln In a during the first eight nwalt tho juinlImcnt ot tho mlne own. , United States Quality who piesented each J. M. ItostrB, .ut months of th s ear according to an er8 promse8 of hlgher wageBi houBenoId wlth a nice new thermome- Considered v?,ltn.i,!V' Grvc, Woo.lmen of tho announcement of the .bureau of m ues , nombay indIa.,ndo0 chdren ter nud toW UlQ ,0 tho necesalty - ar reniarKaDle tor tnelr precocity nt mnlntnlnlnv a nrnnnr tomnnratnro. " u n1Uil'Iayi a"or,i''' '" acli month it is the M " In the finit eight months or Many Qf thcm are sW)ful workmen al j fatalities fao roun(l8 ono U. I'endlelon, Ulirk. makl Cheapest Siuisliltie Hlvo No. 12 U. O. T. M . children an ago mH lfT,' w v,r .IennsUa,lla' learning when alphabet. of America aro observed his thermometer hanging in ls A boy of seven the room every flrit and third IVtOay nlsU the Ho inquired of tho woman in the end ChIcago.-Mem- ber8 Paving bo n skUfu, woodcarver, while ' In each she had remembered month. Mrs. Att Grifflj . thfi ., ?.,..' union, ln voting on certain buy. to Cutters' i,an,iKomPSt n.es r,rn, .w . LaHy Conuimndor; Sirs. H. E. Mlaohk"', jvvj to their const! woven by children not yet In their iiin instructions,I oroposed amendments response. "Indeed, sir, do," was the If you want a scwlnc mnchlnr, write for I.ady Uecord Keener. tution, recently cast a decisive vote in teens. "I hang the thing right up thore and our latest catuloguo before you juirvliusc. Hough niver workNo. 110, Knights favor of making tho eight-hou- r McAlester. Okla. Fred W. Holt, I watch It carefully to see it does not aday universal in their organization. secretary, mailed a check for $10,000 get The New Home Sewing Machine Co., Orange, Mass. of I'lAHIas, m&ets overy Tinwday nllit. too high.' U. L. Tayior, C. C, J. Ney r,oatw The date set upon which to inaugu- today as a Christmas gift from tho " exclaimed the doctor. "And K. rate the shorter workday is June 1, United Mine Workers of this district what do you do when the temperaof It. & S. MONTH striking miners of West Vir- ture rises above 70 degrees?" 950.00 TO 9100.00 A to the Worcester, Mass. The members of ginia. The money was ordered sent Experience "Why, Blr," answered the woman, For your ipare time man ln this not need( I. A. S. locality. Amalgamated ed. Want an active Association of by a referendum vote which was unanthe of one faithful to a trust, To Intioduce us to your friends. We pay with the air Electrical Railway EmNational Officer.: Street and imous. "when It gets too high I tako it down largest cash benefits when sick. Injured, President-V. Sharp. Narrew., Ky. ployes have just been awarded cost. Duluth, Minn. - The Vice President J. M. Woods. and put It outside until It cools off." nnd at death, for smallestoffer to firH ap',7f,000 back pay by a decision companies and repair plants on the Secretary-Trea.urr-and U. Kump, InNewark Star. plicant from this place. Write quick for dianapolis. Ind. of the arbitration board chosen to great lakes appear to bo trying to State Officer.: particulars. the controversy between tho "smash" the eight-hou- r aettle II. M. Kroman, Carroll county, Pre.. law recently 835. Covintfton, Ky. THE He'll Probably Give It Up. T. T. Barrett, Hendeison county Vice traction company and tho union. Each enacted by congress, and decline to do President. Will Prof. Walter Dill Scott or employe wllll receive an amount repair work for tho government on 8. D. Robertson, McLean county. acme other eminent psychologist ex.ranging from 119 to S55. that basis. plain why a strong-mindee 0. P. rtoemer, Warren county, State New York. As a result of tho Paris, France. Tho fourth attempt OrKanizer. citizen will Ho awako In a stato organization campaign carried on to bring about a general striko as a C. C. Allen, Henry county, and Lat-tl- .i Graves, Allen county, Assistant state ty the United Hebrew trades, ten protest against war and to demon- of slow torture, for hours, enduring organizers. I AM PREPARED rather than get up 'trades which have heretofore been un- strate labor's power to paralyze re- the lioard of Director. Ben Watson, Warcold for organized havo been organized by tho sources of tho government, proved In- in the full strength of tho ren county: C. M. Darnett, Ohio county; A. H. Brooks, Bracken county; It. K. To do any kind of Veterinatwo minutes whllo getting another ,ccntral body. effective. I. Ray, Hardin county, and J. I'. Doss, Chicago. Resolutions urging the ry work. Horses, mules and Muhlenberg county. Japan. Wages in Japan blanket? Yokohama, Ohio Courrty Officer.: .city council to compel fire drills in have arisen on tho average over B0 cows need not die for want of 8. Ij. Stevens, Pre. . Beaver Parn.Ky. 81ns of the Mothers. .all places In tho city whero minors, per cent. In tho last ten yoars. DurHenry Pirtle, Sec. Hartford. Ky. Calls answered attention. Discovery that the hobble skirt was women nro employed, were ing that tlmo the average prtco of D. I'ord, Treas., Hartford, Ky, fglrls and day or night. dopted by the .Womon's Trado Union commodities has lucrcased about 33 In vogue Just 5,000 years pgo, prompts COUNTY BOARD OP EDUCATION. one to bo belief that the sins ot tbe licaguo. per cent Henry Leach, Chairman, Hartford.Ky. shall bo visited upon the, mothers Washington. Tho United States 1. L. D. Tlchenor. Hartford. It. V. D. Philadelphia. Among 915,063 em- children of the nine hundred and Veterinary Surgeon proeighty-eigh- t establishments No. 6. lias ployes In Pennsylvania Industries last ninety-nintAmarlUo generation. . E. C. Hartford, Reynolds, Ky. - Ky. ducing gold and silver leaf, which give year, thero were 1,309 fatal and 49,062 3. M. S. Patterson, Olaton, Ky. News. u 4. B. L. Alford. White Run, Ky. aijjloyinent to 1.G53 workers. a total ot 50,971. minor accidents, B. Richard Plumer, Taylor Mlnes.Ky. I UNION LABOR NOTFS Washington. earners In tlio automobile Industry In TTnltnri Stnlno . a IT. 791 nn.l tho l .... The number of wngc ADE IN PHILANTHROPIC MODD ....., HAVE YOl'l) SL'ITS Directory County Ohio DirjiEcrrjiYJi, Cleaned Pressed Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law practlco hla profession In Uilal and Ajjolnlns countloj. CoinniorclM and Crjulnal Practiw a SpoiMalty. Will llAitiruuu, i.i. oj I neatly done. ' special attention. Barnes ) & "5 delivered. month. forand Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. Smith' rate per iy, nes I I MPs:b. W. II. ll.invie nnirt C. li Smith announce that Uioy lutvo iform-- a parUm-iJi'jfcr tilio ennurnl liic-tic- e of law, exot citlnilntil and illv-ocases, Mr. Smith bulng County AtUir-nr- y la unoTOintod fran practicing nuefc Willi inuMv ldu.it! y caiww Mr. iUu-mlit Otflou aoci'K such nroctlotv Hartford Republican building, Hnrt-forK" r is d, -- .... ra GILLESPIE BROS. ( I A Attorney at Law HARTFORD, - KT. Will practice his profession and In the Court of Appeals. tary uitice over Bank. In all th YANCYL.MOSLEY, &"' ir"y - r Also No Jjj t. iNauoasj , '" An-lab- ' 1 Ctlns 6 v.i.7. i wrv irrorir Notary Public HARTFORD. KY. Ohio County PENSION AFFIDAVITS i I, ":!' Ztelti k All Matters Given Prompt Atten- tion. SPECIALTY. I Horseshoeing a Specialty. KILLthc COUGH AND nJnffiLVKE fie fw A,Sp. i S S V 'n TOsndeSrt " Voi i:2g: w nTrs .JZ?r - tnd0!; "?. ". CURE the LUNGS fff Af llttl UU1U, IJ Uy Dr. King's New Discovery WITH Trlsj Bottle fret AND ALL THROAT AND LUNQ TROUBLES. i..t. tu .v Ftm . w.. OPUCH8 OLDS A PRICE A lYI ! SEEDS 1 Lm'LW QTJAKANTEED SATISFACTORXf OK MONET BEFUNDED. """ -J- ,o, .... Rose-Tinte- !!, " I MAAMAirAA k TO- d l n I Electric 1. Bitters w. Succeed when everything else falls. In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they ate the supreme remedy, as thousands have testified. is if. -- . 1- I nn,.i, d it is the best medicine ever soli over a druggist's counter. FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE '...' t- .- , Very Serious It is a very serious matter to ask for one medicine and have the wrong one given you. For this reason we urge you m buytnc to be careful to get tbe genuine BUCK-De?AUQH- T. No-,li5- -- , ., Liver Medicine The reputation of this old, reliable medicine, for constipation- indigestion and liver trouble, h firmly established. It does not imitate other medicines. It ia better than others, or it would not be the favorite liver powder, with a larger sole than all others combined. SOLD IN TOT.VN F3 - ,, lMnXn ...f." KXctor mi,," "-- '- ..-- T.k. m-o- ' -. Ida ave Money and Keep in I Style by Reading McCalls Magazine and Using McCall Patterns Ladies! "Q-od!- McCtu's MSCALLS MAGAZINE Ik lit you WiiIdxIU dicn fill-tlil- ir M. shlp-bulldln- g Cish-Hon- 8. j Sec-Trca- s. able-bodie- d ac-tlv- semi-freezin- g New Kaihlon PeslKi's III each Ijsiio. Alo ml mtiio liifunuatlou on oil lioinu and Kt Only- tonuL iiiuuers. toc a year, liicludmc-freo pattern. Hub Mrilio tnday or feud BSTT7-TTgl"lor frco tauiplo copr. MeC.ll Ptlttru will cnahlo yo 1 to mnko In your iaui liuiiKi xs III) jLTrni.ti lundx ilut'.itiiKfur youiM'lf unil 1 jililv 11 nlilcli mil bo pottpr t In ttylo nnd fit 1'iW nniio li'rlicr UiiiTl li rcnis Henri Turfn'O 1'attiiuCuulojuc. ( W Will Cn You n Prttccii for cotlltis fib fcrlplionsniiioMi; .voiirIrlciHl. lorfri'O Premium ( ainl.uuo nud Caili Priib O.Tt-r- . THE HcOll COSfANV, 9U 9 Wal 374 Sl NEW IOC J tl a modeiclu r&pcusoh) kooplue Toil post oil 011 U10 litest fashions In ll.llllCS liull. CO' 311(1 i W. H. RILEY Buslneu,Phonography TYPEWRITING and WILBUfl.fli vnH iTHiUSINESSCOLlEQE BOOKKEEPING i TELEGRAPHY . h Hartford, Vwi jm&kJ&Wktm& 1 2..t 'jfrtfii'tTn, . K1! ti mmmmm mm tmmmtm 1 n ' Wpn 9 . 1 A.jjBi. iitoiimt-'-'- (Aj I - nF isiiMs5sMas?ssr7. lwm8BnLji!L.dmmmMMimmw1 if iff1' y r "j.... . w THE WORK OF Children Cry for Fletcher's Good A REAL slaves set free SCHOOL' Return to bonds StillGreater FrecdomVVitli ly Honors King- NATURE'S ESSENCE.--.Extracte- d From Forest Plants, wild-chcrr Ncturo's laws ors perfect, but diicmc follows If theso lawi nro not obeyed. Go straight lo nature for the cure, to ths forit; there nro mysteries hero thff. w tree, the root of mandrake, can fathom for you. Toko the lurk of tha qtivsu'n oc, HIot.drt,ot tnd jloUs-- i seal, Make s scienttone,Or2;'jn (rape tific, extract of them with Just the right proportions and you have , r., Teachers Are as Essential as Buildings. Tlio Kind You Ilnvo Always Bonght, ami which lias licctt in nso for over J0 years, lias bortio tlio signature of al las been mndu under Ills pcr- Bonnl supervision since Its infancy. st&7ilj- 'arvy. cUcAcM Allow no one todepeive you hi this. " are but All Counterfeits, Imitations anil "Just-us-goo- d K.ciliuctit.s that trlflu with and endanger tlio heilth of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment INTEREST THE COMMUNITY. Thereby Secured. 0 Pastor Russell's Discourse the Third and Last of a Series Upon the Texts Which Embellish the Famous Union Station of Washington City. RRRRsW''' BRRfc L The Wonderful Work of Pupils and Instructor! at the Thorn Hill School. Children Take a Roal Interest In Br ,'B jfl Washington, D, C .January 10. ctft'-- t 7Sirs o It took Dr. 1 ierco, with tho cssiitanco of l?ro learned eu.en-.rthard wcrk oxpcrimentinfj to make this pure jtiyecrio extract and alterative of tins greatest efficiency and without the itse of u particle of clcohol. Just mo sort oi rcmrtiy yon nccu 10 uiaKe rici, nu blood, and cure that lastiaiuu nr,d feeling of nerve exhaustion. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery bears tho stamp o Public Awhoval and has sold more largely in tho put forty ccrs lh;n cny other blcod purifier and stomach tonic. lom.ic!i torm! to be lie "Scire tlrr.o nro I trot out of licuHh-- WtLMAV.-- , " rf cf tho t r)leommmruil ju' ' doctort' withI'.II V..i doctors at liotno 1'llovllle.cjKaru. wlt!i 03 well i tie to I Mono scemol to da urul ilirctlve enrana. t;.ccla!lfto, rn tinr ..... tv,nt , Ihr iiVflirjuIrl l.lt lur-- 1. I'lnilH. I WTOtd Doctor Pierce's Golden EZcdlcnl Discovery. v d mjr ...ijf 1 harmless for Castor OH, Pnro-Krl- c, Drops and Sootliing Syrups. It is pleasant. 16 contains neither Opium, Morphine- nor other Xurcotio Mibstiince. Its ago is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms mid allays Feverish ness. Tor more than thirty years It lias been In constant use for the relief of Constipation., riatulcncy, "Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and Diarrhoea. It regulates the Stomach and Bowels, assimilates tlio Food, giving healthy and natural sleep. Tlio Children's Panacea Tlio Mother's Frleud. Is ti - What is substituteCASTOR I A Cnntnrla Their Studies. Perclicil upon n lilll which overlooks n number of Iiohsl-tlint appear to bo plnyiug lciipfroK In tliulr endeavor to tret Into the vnllcy Is Thorn Hill school. In tliew homes there nro no rich people, mill many of tlio girls mill mothers ate forced to go Into (he liottllng works to help swell the Sntur- day pay roll. Naturally one would not expect a splendid building In such !i community nor well kept grounds nor a strong school spirit. Hut all of these things hcuiii to be In the forming s I lyi o .GENUINE CASTORIA 'Bears the Signature of ALWAYS &L&tfM&&u The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years ' TMC at present. The exterior ci the school Is rather shabby. Some palings nre missing from the fence, there Is no walk, and the doors nre scarred. Inside the desks and furniture nre mostly old, but there nre decorations, and they nre child made throughout. The white CtKTAUK COUPAHT. TT MUHWAY STWCtT. NtW YOHK C1TT. RRRcJBlRfl' j4sVwsRBrV POSITIONS GUARANTEED Wo need many WE will us rual soon.soon asthe enormousmore demand to at onco As bupply wo get required GUARANTEE you a position If you bo withdrawn. 11''" IIAKI.NO J" IIASKLTS AT ItlXEbS. X. er for our eraduntes. number ofatudenta this otfer-wll- l wrtto ut once Tor particulars. f the Bo jft .s. A Js, ) wii fZM20a02 ibo4 obo. r, ciiwaktz BUSINESS COLLEGE ILMHrOBATBD KflTAnciHiiKn tXUISVIL,t,K, KY, ItnrthreV "Pnll ot Life' Vrthrn vChj fcdlicrrcd . Sfcds lave a reputation of tlyrarsof .' . . . . .. aucxntlui him griming ucninu mcia. n jay w tkLiiit the Specialties: Seasonable SEEDS lit BUANS . slllii OVr R 65 YEARS' EXPERIENCE Eaillcst Red Valentine . . .. ReluRee ICxtra ICarly New Strlngless Green Tod . Wa'dwell'a Imp. Kidney Wax Hatls New White Wax . . 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Green, Jifc Worw),a curtains that temper jlie sunlight nre plain, but have been neatly stenciled The big li bright, pleasing colors. ugly doorway between the two rooms Is fringed with a unique portiere, which would puzzle the ordinary mortal as to lis manufacture. The secret of the large and many colored beads, that are strung on heavy cords. Is that they nre made from wall paper. The Children had got huge books of samples of wall paper, cut the paper Into strips and rolled them Into beads. A Hue of nails In the door frnme. showed a brave display of baski'ts ot "Hope Thou In God." all shapes and sizes. There was no Looking Into tlio past, we see Israel, effort nt any slavish pattern, for each Fodden with fear of their Egyptian child had made a basket the size ami taskmasters, not daring to take steps shape he br she wished. That the for liberty. Rut nfter the Exodus, after work has proved fascinating is shown God's Covenant with them at Sinai, by the fact that half of yecess time they were a changed people. The hopes is usually voluntarily given to this Inspired by the Scriptures preserved work. As the boys have become adept them as u nation when contemporaneIn the use of willow they have been ous civilization perished. urged to make small stools at home The Jews undoubtedly destroyed school to be topped and bring them to tbclr own 'nationality. The Romans with strong and beautiful basketry. merely performed the funeral rites in The tenchers have realized the full destroying Jerusalem. A. D. 70. The value of this work, for they nre ar- Emperor evidently claimed that the ranging for the older boys to cut and Jewish religion must necessarily be at prepare the basket willows from the the foundation of' their ungovernable plants along the streams In the neighcharacter. Their liberty, used contrary borhood. This will allow the child to to Divine instruction, led to discontent tnke the raw material as It occurs in and anarchy. and jtnaku it Into the finished nature Christ's Followers Set; Free. product with the added value that The Message qf Jesus and the Aposartistic handwork gives. Gradually this sane activity upon tles attracted some "Israelites indeed." the part of the children and their anxious to serve God. The early teachers has caught and held the In- Christians courageously suffered perseterest of the community. In a com- cution and carried the Gospel everyparatively short time the parents have where. The Komau emperors, Nero and Diocletian, perceived that Christians bad a courage which they feared would be Infectious, and persecuted them horribly. Hut the Master had freed them from fear of death. , Then came a long period of darkness, when the Scriptures were forgotten, .'y. a tVhssswkSRwRReh J' and only the wonls of bishops were heard words misunderstood to be of Divine nuthorlty through Apostolic Next cume centuries under control of creeds nud church councils. Darkness, Ignorance and superstition prevailed, although God had His witTIlOltN HILL bCIIOOL. V nesses throughout that long period. Finally the Bible tigaln emerged, when seen that the children would be helped better per- printing came Into use, God's time by more linger work and ception of form and color. As there had come for the Bible ngultto be the Torch of Liberty, and Independence was no money beyond the bare conduct of the school the tenchers and proportionately came forward. Today the parents gave, u social and box Britain, Germany, Scandinavia und America lend the world, because of the party, The proceeds of the entertainment have beeu used to engage the light from the Word of God. services of an art teacher, who comes Danger Now, as to the Jews. out from Irnnkf6rt twice nveek. The danger that the Jews encounA school garden Is being flBtoned for tered In the end of their Age confronts the coming spring, but for fear they us. Not nil receive the Truth in the may be disappointed nt the last molove of It. Not all, therefore, are sane-titlement the children have arranged to by It. Eevy have turned to the cultivate small plots at home. These Lord, to become followers of Jcst'.o. are to be entered In the contest, which Hence we are on the threshold of a Is carried on under the auspices of I lie Liberty is about Franklin County Kair association. to turn to license anarchy; our civiliUK zation is about, to be ruined, as was the HOW MUCH MOKE COUU DONE IK THEY HAD A HUILDINO Jewish polity, by liberty uurestrulned WHICH WAS HANDSOME ENOUGH by the Spirit of the Lord. TO GAIN THEIK UESPECT no one St. 1'uul declared that tho Gospel bad can tell, but they have taken wljat was set him free from ull other bbudages: tit hand aud with n fine splritifbue to but that he surrendered his liberty to work to innke it ns etlkicnt as possible Christ, to do. not his own will, but the Forcefully he and as close to the activities of the will of .his Redeemer. community as possible, uud they have states that lu so doing he became a succeeded. Under such conditions the bond-slavto Christ. building will follow before long. In Blessed Is the condition of those who the meantime the teachers and the gladly surrender ull to become followparents have the consolation of know- ers of the Lord! Such can rejoice, being that, although u school Is much cause they know that ull things work better for having a tine, comfortable together for htir good, to prepare them oulldlot;, It Is a possibility without It for the Ileurtjnly glories. character-development, -BBRRRR aakv M RRRR d e preached at ington Temple today Ills third sermon on our Union Depot texts. Today's text was: "The Truth shall, RRRRRm RRRRe mnko you free." (John 8:32.) Ho i said: RRRRRRRRwi sRRR. Truth Is the ifSTOg.gUSSELLl great' Emancipa tor. All enslavers oppose the Truth, knowing Its iower on the minds ofi their victims. The taskmasters of to- day would fnln hide the truth from , but llntl It Impossible so great Is the power of the press and there nre publishers who have not sold their moral sense for sordid gain. When chattel slavery prevailed, the mnster found it advantageous to educate his slaves and tints increase their value, but disadvantageous to Instruct them along the lines of human rights. The feudatory lords were very willing that the common people consider them demigods, not subject to law as others. The same principle apparently prompted the emperors to proclaim ulid to themselves, "imiillfrs tnti encourage their people to worship them. The natural sellishness of man ever prompts him to take ndvantnge of others; and Ignorance has been the chain which has bound the masses. 'The IUble'bas been the great Emancipator of slaves mental, moral and physical. It Is the Tiirch of Liberty, lighted by Divine Providence. The Itlble alone tells us that nil humanity nre of one blood, creatures of the same God. iimenable to Him. While the Bible instructs that kings find nil in authority should lie recognized, it ulso tells that the king Is amenable to exactly the same laws ns his most menial slave, and that if he violates these laws he Is ns sure tojie punished. Moreover, the Illble points out that the pre.sent' is related to the future life ns cause to effect. It shows that every act. word uud thought bears upon and prepares us for higher things In the life to come or gives us more dlttlculty In reaching perfection and everlasting life. sRRRtiJHBRtx I'lmtur Kusm-I- I Wash- ytTJ .V. Y.. who renlicd. utatlnir that I h.i.l liver com-r'a- !-t Irdlerra'.' - r iJ ccnstlpMlon, end. ccvlieu Dr. I'lerco a Gollcn Dhnwry uml HcavnntPplW'.' . MeJicnl ,.. 'riniwrM fiil I'.!!!--.- .' hftio rmt rrn on --nr .vitiioutthcsu" eccscii'to bo juitiiatl l.crdi !. 1 could i.ot h o j Dr. .l.lii ,w". ... .....-,- l..:i - -- : .... C.7"':.t.Ui!.j, Esq. Cr. rt'crcr.,c Plaintext PoUcti arc tor liver His. 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It is the best tonic, for women. Whether seriously sick, or simply weak, try Cardui. Writt to; Ladles' Advisory Dept. Cbitlsnooa. Medicine Co.. Chattanooga. Tcml, book. "Home Treatment lor Women." sent tree. S3 lor Sptclal Inttnutlom, and AliJjiw .mAaSHi. - .V. (.!. . MUu. .11..' VAlJUjiAA I . ,t . l4''-- 'A 11"s ffluaurTsaaazgEaagsgaaaBsss:' zjm&p' i Hrjgsga-TRgcrH- , o pene UP w h scores o E sger jara nyers! . Our regular sales force was augmented by a number of extra sales people and the energies of the entire force was taxed to the limit. We have the merchandise and the prices to make this the greatest sale of our history. We have had a grand beginning. Ve are fighting for a grand stand finish. If you don't give it to us you have lost something that a little diligence would have saved you. making one visit, you can't begin to see it all in one day. MAKE MONEY BY SAVING IT. Don't be satisfied with COME EVERY DAY AND . REMEMBER SALE CLOSES FEBRUARY 1 p 'id BARNES & BROTHER BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY. tralnn, PRESIDENT TAFT AS OLOBEjROTTER battleships o- - In fa- - Uie beiV?r n CorfiTESd yjix Tut lifi3 1 p svn n fj;t .a rU A irunt. . P-- Lt?i3 J. L. uMrar, Mra. Sarai! Jio-cie- 10 3 a by ?..?) XO. GiCltOMWEI.L,. CO 1 XtoxWiy. C A. .123 J. I.v) U. Baizf. n 33 Idcit. $251 eN.??ri3 md M- -. i p.--rv a a a V. O. PaV-o-n "" 4 Elnnr V (.'. DiUUtn, S n 1 Janvs Bonnr, n. G. Tjft used W J. T. K) K. .MUl-i- r, W. .Punq'll, 63 J. P. SinV-tot.3 J. J. Wilson. XO. town fat a SPIIIXOS. 127 3 town '3 J.im-- s ritrliutrh. 110 a. 7iJ Mrs. S.UIU. Flnncl. 119 Uvrfidn. lot . L1 ...2I.V' j iJ G. W. ItTiTLl. C. D. xo. I. . 30 a V7 year te Set Pace For Nation's Ex- ecutives in Traveling 4 i i , l.fO J. E. Smith, 2 town lots, 10 p. 0.15 J. F. S; Trips Will Have Taken Him DisMrs. Annie Taylor, ISO a 2.15 At t,ha end of lasi yeai.-'-s Ions .trip M. J. Truman, 1 to,n loft tance Equal to Five Times Sscretnry JUIlts. cstlmai'fHl Viat tlio James Wade, 101 a U',1 tiail ben C. S. W.'fister. 37 a Prostd,cn,t ou Wiat .. 2i0 Around the Earth. If Oscar H. Wfnn. U a. 4.W sei&n by nore tlvin r.(W0,ODO person,-- ) .. ti'iose fljruqes vnerft a,ppilld ti Ua XO of h's iJAmeyms, JUr. Taft EJgn.r IVWin, 10 2 a 13Jfl PrreVfent irust Uxfi appnaired b&fcnj aluioat "WtasitaBton. Jew. 11.50 Mlanie Bohn, CS la fioin JiU private ch" naithn'u populaiiyn. JI H. M. Oaalle, 10 a. of steroid 3 75 Jturn Iiom Xi'iw I Larva. has oa Wa rtijant spawhes In ewry nrok of Eyia Cook, 11 a 2.M .Xh,e total-. mHtfe qt Ills t;rav:I, durui-the courttty ani on the uxfxti Uisii of C. 13. Inward,. 100 a . ,.o is tour yamv 4u tn.e WnOe Huue flouring ira'jiably Hias dillv('ir?d cloJ J. W. HaU:lT, 80 a. '. 7.01 - Iviaa miclkwl Hl'n to l,Q"0 tuilTfims, Ions' iind a'lort. 13.25 L. C. Hioover, 13u a. hlui tour anl ae'Kilf tUnerf around t'.e 11.W L. M. Lltes, 12 a. .. Land Sale For Taxes. upild, or aa ai.eiiiAP of iitytut fee IV:' 23 U L. Xovicomb, ISO a. Dy viijtue of taxs d'j9 me, the a'Tjrlff .flv2 7ulld ifr ovrry iSxy li hxs M9n 2.M) H. Xialson, 57 ia I'rwrttdint. 'ifie tn'Al U exclusive of of Ohio icounty, Kenjtueky, I will o.i 9 0) A. PatKs, 9 a. . .Vie JiuiulVfU o miles t;li Pipsldent ih.t the Xlrst Woinday In February, 6..15 If. Ralph, 61 a 3, I'M. jla at nit publlo travikri by juuAju- In rvfry pam of the 9.j5 A. TttHVte, 63 a oountry; fiU tnav Enough ultVjs an 1 tlw fyiurt hnus cloor In Hartford, KenNO. at 10 a. m. Uls tjcuT.s mVrtf. Wohlngtryi anJ In the tucky, .betwicfvi the T. Baize, 1 itown Jot and 2 p. m, tho foUowlru; txruls or io vicinity of K.Vi 93 a. .7 B. Including t,'' autoinuULle trips anl mtyrt thinuof as may be nwca'saiiry to l.tf J. P. Bamrhn, 75 a. Pflodmoe lUiie sums reinulred, viz: to be lakon bevruirj l'rie 10.1 O. N. .Farmer, 83 a XO HAIITDOKD. fore MatvJi 4, IJr. A'aft will Lixve 10. 3i SI C3 a fS.'ij C. D. WealffflfWd, dtinlne Hs 4irm alut liu.OOO nll(v. John T. 6.r or Xlvi" timvs the ilHOuiq) around una J. V. Gfxiper, 5 town lots NO. 1.',0 23.H Mrs. J. T.' Dodson, 10 tt L. M. IIatrlve,r, III a ua--th at tfw viai'rr. 5 90 9i3 Anvolla Jones, 100 a Mr. TAft Jiaj iiyid;! about 23,0uO m,Hs n. H. UT.WS, 100 a 10 IJ W. 10.S. s! tlv: tmrvU un Ills t,up "switi';s uinifl Jtvs Oil or, Si a M. SmlUi, 53 a CO a S I't H. 10.83 62 a JiO,vmh SchrfioadKtr. llfl Jias laltwl miary KVl S. ,WUj3JVn, the clir-'N. A. Sohinoud,r, 137 a In the unlou, with Ch illj no. e.ertln, 9.63 XO. Oklahoma twU KJWAU DakoYi wid ia.i HAUTPOttD. J. L. CaW. 106 a 7..10 87 stood ad n ir tu; foui (prnurs f the Clint Uarpenter, I town lat .... H. H. CluaDiiian, A 6.:t" gauntry ai Is (pO'yi;'.bV for a iuj,ii to get. Mra. it. K. l'aiteraon, i towm iot 7.70 OUlo EU, 130 a , W.5) J. ,W. Lake, 69 a. 12. 1)W0 tiiirfi to Vf lUnama qunul zone Mrs. D. C. It)ss. 179 a .,.. :JD 1i:iv,e (jv',UVl mlVeaije C. U. Sul'nirtir, 3 a. t!ve PicwIiiJiU'ri iUriln heins by Bit Ma,rtln. 113 uei'tJVr&tyyl but it was qT trlpa tj SOS ItKSIDKXT LIST. 7.0 -. Yoi-J.I0 Fannto . 7.'5 Dm'kiu nnd 4t,jr?ily otvl lo J. J. Ak;ln, 20 a LAlte, 40 a Clivi'ti-mxtl17.15 that ttie mlliis . Lhnt nvule W. C. Asklns. 20 a 3.13 U. J. 4i.lWAH, i.ij a 7.T0 1.35 tilr Us l'Mi vrr ifH.il up ;vt tUa'.r A. W. .llUKklll. X town oA J. J I. WVtftwflcd. 9Sa Combj and Iach by t). M. Combs .fasUeat clp. 17.M J. A. iWard. UG a 16 a 1.V) 5lK) Mrs. AnnAe Klik, 9S a Htffy winter Mr. TaCt Iwj m vie ,UH ' a,fter visit to NiE. W. Cmme, fig a Yirk iMV1 NO. i& 13.CJ iwrtlstod In J. L. OJlUcr, 2Z5 12.10 Jasper Ixyd, 103 Uonsr3 a. ..&. .Hta.yln In wnslmi, Jw 5.J0 RrnoHt oomiaJ. 20 a 'i.io Jarnqt Loyd, 10 a i(jrl(W Llkrf u Jnm");lt.' !n H. II. lUUslwrty. 1(fi iio 10 ,a. ..., 2.t0 J. AI. Pe.acJi, 2 2Cpw Yfrk. ,' 10S p. 3 35 Postal llirwy, 80 u S70 Utta'SullUn, Of djys T. A. Howard, S a H.3S .Vlthoiuiili Iha' f aot nilinbrii Z'.i J. W. WJUtahouae, 70 a ijient urftiiy from ,tlo W,l)Uje ILoofee or Mlko JtanriQll, I town lo,t 7. t0 J. Cliariey Howley, 0 a Xiyini tiU kuiumor Juoina In IVn'ijrly ur J. T. Howvur, 60 a 3.13 NO. not K)bt(a.!qi'ble, it Li innUaljlo qlLat Hit) Mrs. Ma,tUe Jfinvs, by J. S. Tayiltiin f.iO Mra. SaWe M. Owir, 70 i 75 a I'.nwVVirrt ilus bewi on tin jiHtul S.,"0 J. 8. Johnston, IS a , 'sV iJtan 200 jny and uI?lU. Qn liU two RoU.nt L. Jo.nu'B, 70 a. ,... 8.15 Mrs. EdeU ilor&in, 1 tovi lot t.'.S Quaff trips 'li was, away inqiw ti'uajn 10 Luiw&ird liAlrs, by J. C. L.ur'ifard, J. J. Mqngian, 10 a 26 a flays, and oa vWt of IiwvktUoa U 70 u. 2.:;0 J. A. WieatertiW, Up u.'--' bV'Ut uitaird Itobait S.W tlw i',wjlilcit i1aKU'u. lirtalwr, liO ,a 7.0 C. T. ,Weatqr(leil, Solu-oadCJoui-(ne- in u;fLc. rr:i'a y) in '3 .probably jmIU rpt iu in approy-iaiIcltccpt'jn. His loi.? trip Vui till reJj.fW fund li If Canijivss duced 11a s'.'lent-tjcs mlfi'ics Wilson ' t!f eoujitiry ecwiy In W.s It piioba,bly will In n'lUoairu' to plidJ on ptieirsency fund at his tl-- e a-rt J. 20 Piitton, by Otctr Jlilff. 43 11 s'Ol Cravens, 31 a. Kny, H a. U.M.'JlIMM, 1C0 iii SO A 1 n. lJ-i- si smiKvr:, tt. 3.33 a lots .. 93 a W. O. n-"lL. C Ilb'iirtfi'n. 12 town O. W. St. Clair. 10 a J. B. .togiwr, CO a. 3.") C. It. Brown. LV) a 1'. Mrs. M. 1). Brown, 4 25 a a - M. Garre'tt, XO. 1U) a J.60 13."' J. H. Harper. 60 a ltOCKl'OIlT. Mary C. Iln.niUVin, 1 town W.:3 S. S. icinif, 1 town lot t."J J. B. Kilwr. 10S a U.Sl W. V. SpipAl. 1 town fat 370 T. II. 'Tucker, 33 a J. 6.S0 10. lit, 1." 3.7 IS 73 Anvuid iiTfixs, 60 a ::. 7K) James Baker, 5 a W. M. Francis, CI n. Lizzie iJinsel, 1 town lort Jolvn Xailer, 1 town lot 33 a. L. Q. IVxj-ta- O. I II. Wrbjlit. It. WA'lace. NO. 8$ 12 a ... n ROCK.POUT. John Uivwn. 3S 11 4. 12.2) A. F. ItuL'nr, 120 a. 2.5) J. W. Miinrls, Ifi a li) J. T. Brag. 50 a j.,5 i$iM J.9 URAXCII. 5.L1; u COLOltED LIST M5 J. C3 iqt W. S'lort. 1 town lot XO. 13 EAST- - BEAVER 9,13 SO. Leslie ltiuVlvr. 30 a. jiAmut ro;d. Mrs. E. A. LimsmVi'. NO. ! a. Iu0 2.31 DAM. 2.ST. a 7.10 ...'. C. Mra. D. SD. lVnalnson, Ttobbvton, 1 31 1 lUxwn .. 4.13 n ,tawn tot Marj' Ail'iby, .... Ed Cook, 1 town lot V GayUnd Taylor. 10 towm lots JiO J. W. 4U1e, 1 tqwn lot I .... 19.S5 E. G. Atohlsojn, Mra. Fiorronca 230 a 13 20. K 6.r 12 63 CUrk. CO Tft lwi tlj A?J,l-iar- XO. .BOOKPOrtT. Mack Austin, 1 town lot .,,.,... J. W. Oax. 78 a XO. Thenile 1 Cnajr, i a S6 i:o a 7 2 -- John Dicker, Mary 2 a CO .tqwai Iqt iJ.TS FU'inmig May, 1 town fat l.r.3 Louis UuxtfftlJ, 1 loiwm .iot HO vtg HovUr, Gorao TCuyltfndoll. &G 6.a- .1. Fulkersoii, a v F,L-nw- ry Hatter Jone, 10 n L. J. ItabAiuym, 5 a Hi'Jle glta,Meir. 2 a H, C. Shaw, 16 a John Wlvlte, 3 a. ..T: 1 town lot .J I.. ti. H. 5. w xo. 9.35 Mrs. A. J. MuKOmvy. Agnwi ltiili3li, u 6!5 Mrs. T. C. H'iroadv, S.'r) tio 2iO n 3.IB 3.10 r--si 6J a C. Tlehenor. a OCQLORED LL13T. 63 S. C. Swlfit, 1 towm 10 lot N. H. WUspn, XO. 3. JO a. - eS9 Ue-il- ). Jii-- , Jlt-n, ' EAST BEAVER DAM. O. W. Pool, 9S a. and one town XO. ArvTFUUD. lot ll'0 Lvdla Gi,iffin, 1 town lot DaivM Jllnes, 1 town lot NO. II WIJST BEAV.EIt DAM. 3.::0 mtey -- cCulough, 1 town lot ., O. C. Cpopor, 60 a M JCharJay IUrKs, 1 town lot HENRY. , NO. 3.S3 Burr Porks, 1 toin lot R. C. Aihby, 1 town lot Finhw, 1 town lojt .. 5.3 Wllllnim Pork,'", 1 town 'lot .. Will L 1 towm Mrs. Anne Hutchison. 1 .town lot 3.a W. P. Hind,-lot Ida Samixson, I town Jot H. C. Loach, agent It. it. Snnde-fu- r, ISO a 10.20 Ed TfalienoT, 1 town lot 2.20 ' D. B. Dukr, 1 town lot NO. 4IARTFORD. 7 A BH1 GrJMln, 1 town lot .... Jacob Uunon, 2 towin lots O. K. Rowe, 1 town lot I'M John A. McJImry. 1 tortflTfat CliirJf's Smith, Sr 2 a 60 Ed NaU, 1 towm lot Wokoland, 1 town lot .... M5 Tdihalta M.ill 1 tvtwn L.f GiPOisw 1S-- MC NO. G. T'msley, CO a 4.10" NO. 3.13 K P. JIayrwM, 10 a J. W. Hayn--s. 10 a. 5 13 130 W. a. Arilir, NQ. 2(8 J. ., 5 20 4.UJ 1.13 4.40 , 1.S5 C.3.--I M. (MlUnr. 130 R. L. WqiJen, 50 a a a . 21.W 7.1 S. J. ttwley, M a J. B. Bawley, 120 a 1GCJ 1. U.) .. 3 05 . 7.00 7.00 l.r, fi.'J5 Mrs. Juila Wade 70 a. .. S.'O W. F. Cro,wfard, U a t.S R. !'. Coppa,;, CO a 13 10 . airs. :arman JtarriHon, 57 a. 185 W. fit, Ll.nru, CO a 7,55' ,, . Mrs. Macrgle I"ow5rs, 300 a, ... 29?) "iirini iwiuorn, 3u a C.a Mrs. Jqinnah Wioosloy, 1 i.wn Iqt 3.15 ..-,- Ck. ...... iV NO. 4. 3.S3 HoUaod Graie. Tina .IJHUglvtry, Mrs. A Malison, 42 41 a," ' a. ,. ,. "rin ;. IC3 .Jw - ? , -' ilurliu-Hjmin,- 2 )iie ..... ...,.. T. H. BLACK, X fc.rs lut ' aivorltf Ohio C0UrtIy. 5.40 fat 4. 1 itowai tot Thoomras J. Wjjtkr, 1 ,tawn fat .. 7,0 J. A. Uemenr, How's This? If.. Mrs. Harriett V. Jtowie, 20 a. .. 3.55 j NO. FOltDSVILLK. "' Wo qfteir One Ilnadrcid Dollars Jtawaxd 10 n Pajiton niaiiom, 23 a S. F. WiaiUioe, 3.S0 for s aiy case of Catnirnli ithat camn,jt JJT. 8tp,hen Brqwn, 1 town iot L. B. iWadr, 1 town Jiot 8.73 be cure4 .by Hall's Catariih iqure. 7TS 5.10 NO. , F. Craig, 43 a. v V. J. CHENEY 4 .CO., .Toledo, O. 1.0 D. I Evans, 50 p, E. Wor,th Uiown, 12 a G.V3 We, the undersigned, iliave kmpwti V, C.15 O. P. Brown, 40 a D. F. JliWUwi, 50 a 13.153 J. Ghrtney for the last 15 w, .nti 1,,. K. Uqddion, 3 a NO. ., ..,. , t.i.r..-n.- , j, lime JiLm 40 W, B. JI,addep, 40 a 4 E. M. Aihby, 2 a 5",J. business trawictlons and flaanslalV 5.70 Qiiarlqs Jamison, 3 a w , W. L. Uihart, 3 3.35 able to axrry oui any obllgo)Uqr0 pudo 1 I.lO 3. D. MUksws, B. C. Perry, D3 town lot 1.73 oy ma iirni. NO. James T. Murphy, 23 a PLEAHANT. 6.73 WALDlNa. KINXAN & MARVIN, 12 7 C. R. Cotrman, 10S a ;.; W. M. Pulllam, 49 2 a. .. Wliolesaie UruB)rf!,t, ,ToiMfa, O. 5.15 M. 11. Smith, 75, a W. dl. 'Wlrlffht, 10 a 830 Hall's Catarrh tVire Is friteen intern W, C. Tirqcinuwi, 80 . , XO. 15.1 ly. wtlng diiectly uipqn bhta blood anJ Clyde Wfl.nl, 3 n 3.H NO. rOllUSVILLE. mucoua surfaacd of W.o syBU,. Te,t. ' NO. spitixas. Alhort Caesar, 40 a DVWUs snt rroe. ..... Price m L 6&5 J, F. Ov,ortqn, 40 a. a H. M. Aahby, 7.19 tiTittU CLa!.. Ll 9.S5 L. W. xrfcman. 1 tom fat U. L. Cannon, 1 town lot nakl 7mr vjA " ,SL .,. H. F. Oritur, 41 a $30 Ed Soper. 3 town lots 82 XO. M. L. As.Kby, 0 lt.'O Tv.h n wLi DAnlel :iutor, .Wakjur, 1 .,., .It t ,"i.u .T Perry - u u.rC 2.39 Mo-,rl- s, 10 10 a a L- - SmWi, ......r'. 1 to H. J. Hill, 18 a l.lo'Mairtln 1 towvi IS.-)- ) '0. 1 1- " 2 at IXT EST Wr"1'' " ' .... . iij.XLJ.J,-j- j v,JMhMi9HHhM t . t YiU'i MaisMm ; J- - -- ' BillstTtssii !;-?2E- S3