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XXVI. OTHER PLANETS Bpeclal HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, AUGUST 22, 1913. R. Y.THOMAS, JR., SUED FORJHVORCE BIG INSURANCE ON HIS LIFE tlon of W. H. Taft, appointed him a Judgo of the first instance In tho Philippines. He was promoted for efficient servjeo to be a member of the Philippine Cotninslslon and placed in charge of tho Department of Our terrestrial beings adapted to their, situation In the universe. "Mercury, the nearest planet to our boiling sun, must .be a very hot INHABITED? world. Astronomy teaches that the pooplo on hqt Mercury are organized according to the special conditions i of that very hot world. Their eyes Ecirth IS OnlV Olie ar constructed to support on in tense neat, ino uiouu j.iiuru ciiuiu-n-very pleasantly In a torrid heat; the Peopled. muscles move bodies endowed with extreme lightness. Life being thus 8UCh Action Filed in Muhlenberg: Mystery Surrounds Death of Millionaire Lumberman Circuit court Have Been Separated Since Last Body Was Found in The Cellar Bullets Fly people at Henderson Fair. Lowell, the American Astronom- - under different from that of this terestrial Of His Home It Wasftfur- May, Deelares Wife in Life. On hot Mercury our great boil ing sun's very fascinating rays flow der or Suicide. Her Petition. cidedly Inhabited. in waves of gold, and waves of electricity circulate throughout all of ts bvcings. It Is the same In all thoo Silt has been filed in the Muhlen Duluth, Minn., Aug. 20. Every ef'At 80 years of age and still vigor. other hot worlds except hell. berg Circuit Court at Greenville, Ky.. fort is being made by the police to ous and active, the Reverend James r uujuakut vivu .iiaii ou.vti by Mrs. Annie L. Thomas against her unravel the tujstery ot the death M. Cltoe. of Benton, Ark., after hav-- condltons for people mi other llv. husband, Congressman R. Y. Thomas, yesterday ot John McAlpine, the fifty-eigyears of his lag devoted wor,dg Jr., of the Third district, for divorce. exUt a M wealthy lumberman, who was found religious work as an lntiner-- , .And ,f there Bhoufd be worlda In her petition Mrs. Thomas states Bhot to death In the basement of his preaching the gospel greater ant and ably than mm own and lnnab. that she and her husband separated home In 4he fashionable East End of astronomy. Ited by greater things, and they dn last May, and charges drunkenness district.' Bardou numbe thera9elvea He has a tine three-lno- h far more than cruelty on Mr. Thomas' part, and The police are trying to determine telescope, which was presented to dugt Qf Ujy dul eapUii what wou,d8t and declares he Is wasting his estate. whether murder was committed. The by the city of Little Rock. Ark.. th(m him (Byron.s 1Caln., She prays for the custody of their wound In Mr. McAlplne's head is which he carries with him to give ,.rmnnpo fh iw two children and for a reasonable about an inch above the ear. It Is his hearers practical object lessons btanch on m,ghty AU allowance for their support and edu- not such a wound as would ordiwUh of the wonders of the hoavens. lantlc ocean. Great contrast, that! cation. narily be vcaused In suicide, declare' He frequently speaks to audiences ..Com the smalle8t graln ot That portion ot the petition in the police, and the lack of powder over, and to the course of 3,000 and greatwt which she makes her charges against marks Indicate that the shot was not Qa arth of his lectures over l.OOO.WO people mountam Wonderfui difference, that! Congressman Thomas ,1s as follows: fired from a point close in the head. have had the pleasure of viewing the Now ow Uue p,anet( "She states that during more than The developments In the Invest!- object, of popular interests la the sky earth wth (a year past, and while she had an gatioa thus far have not supportBluou upon through his telescope. ye actual residence 0M of m, My blazlng worldfl in the State of Ken- ed the family theory of suicide, acThe Rev. Mr. Cllne graduated from ug Then where we? W(j wouW tucky, and without like faulton her cording to the police. They can fllnd the Oglethorpe University In 1855. be valblj yery fw of thoee great part, he has had a confirmed habit In Mr. He took first honors In LaUn and worlda. Th, great Flammarlon state,: ot drunkenness, accompanied with a no motive for McAlpIne's business affairs, his conGreek, and won the goW medal hi . ymM (rym wasting of his estate, and that with- dition of health, or his state ot yery astronomy. For four years during the whch our ume aeen; in six months last past, and while mind.- Qam Civil War he was chaplain of the we dW Mt she had an actual residence in said anj The authorities declare they are u urui ..u ,e ofg at State and without like fault on her, at sea because they did not learn exbJt And a under Gen. Robert K. Lee, and par urn, if they have discovered us at part, be for more than six months that a shooting had occurred until tlclpated in Pickett's awful charge all, regard our ecorohlng desert not habitually behaved toward her in the body had been removed from the at the battle of Gettysburg. lnhabljed.' such a cruel and Inhuman' manner as basement of the home. The revolver, In answering a declaration by Rev. "Our sun Is 1,300,000 ftlmes great to Indicate a settled everslon to her, a was found automatic, world H. M. DuBoso that this world er" than the earth; Slrius Is 2.t88 and to destroy her under the basement steps. " permanently was the only one inhabited, he ex- oo- - peace and happiness. rOn, the determination of the quespresses hjs Interesting views as fol- greater than "She says that they have two In- tion ot suicide will rest the payment are oth- - fant children, Barber ,.. .. "". and perhaps u. i,. .u. ..,. Isr, r, only cr suns much .greater there Canopua, December It, 1906, and Nell, born ot $140,000 In accident policies held than Annie Lee, by Mrt McAlplne."TVHcles amounting the staled that the earth There are 100,000,600 of mighty bfcu August 3, 1910. to $05,000 are straight life, and are world that Is Inhabited. I deny this. ing suns, the most of them much born a divorce not contestable. Wherefore, she prayB I say" that millions o vtorlus urtgreater than our sun. Now, did God from the bonds of matrimony; that On the morning of the finding of people only our little earth, which she be given tho custody of their the body, according to Mrs. McAlgreatest astronomers ts ".Many of tho but a very small speck In the two infant children, above named, pine, she awoke about 2:45 a. m. of modem times boldly assert that great universe, and leave all those for a reasonable allowance for their feeling ill. The house was brilliantMara is inhabited. 'other millions upon millions of migh- support and education; for her coat ly Ughted. The cards were on' the Tlio great Italian astronomer. ty blazing worlds not inhabited No! ' In this action, Including a reasonable fable, where her husband had b says: 'Mars Is no desert of attorney fee, and for any other re playing solitaire, waiting for his barren rov&s, but Is alive.' lief to which she may appear en- stepson, Dale McAlpine, and Dale's French astronomer. GOV. FOSS DECLARES "Tho great wife, to return. titled." sa-s- : me no doubt To Flaiumaricn, Finding tha her husband was not Mr. Thomas Is now serving his exists that Mars Is Inhabltod.' HE IS A REPUBLICAN third term In Congress, having de- In the bedroom, Mrs. McAlpine went astronomer, H. "The great German feated former Congressman John S. out into the corridor. From there T. Klein, states: 'We are forced to Rhea tor the nomination In ihs last she saw that the down stairs rooms assumq that Mars possesses a most race. Prior to his ejection to Congrea were lighted. She called her hushighly civilized people, and that Thrice Honored As Democrat He hee came 'nto the. limelight while band's name, but there was no anle older than ours." .their culture Prosecuting Attorney In his district, swer. She then summoned Dale. He "The great American astronomer, n Throws His Hat in from followed through the lower floor when, following a Lowell, says: 'Mars Is most decidedly No Gov. A.. E. Wlllson, on account of rooms to the basement door. Intelligent race ot inhabited by nn G. 0. F. Ring. his manner of handling the night rid shot or other disturbing noise had beluga, and (ho fiuuro vlll bear out cases, he referred to the Governor as been heard, according to Mrs. McAlmy statements.' Ass." pine. a treat American astronomer, "Th gene Mr. Thomas has had several scraps There, she said, young McAlpine states: 'It is per- - Lynfield. Mass.. Aug. Simon Nowcomb. days found" his stepfather, ljing face bo- - N. Foss, three tlmea elected Gover-Ing- s in Washington and only a few fectly reasonable to suppose that ago engaged in a fight with Door downward near the furnace. A winnot only animated, but endowed nor ot Massachusetts as a Democrat, keeper of the House Goodlett, of Ala- dow, opening Into tho basement coal with reason, Inhabit countless worlds and a canddiate for the Democratic bama, as Ithe result ot some words bin, had been removed, hut not set candidate nomination for the presl- - over an alleged attack Mr. Thomas clear of the opnolng. There was. suf in space.' "We must no suppose that eome dency last year, declared him-o- f had made on Congressman Under- flclen space, however, for a person those worlds are too hot and oth- - wU again a Republican, but remaln--e- r wood, of Alabama. to enter. pooplo and other llv- too oojd for indefjnite regarding his reported As soon as he had discovered the God candidacy for the Republican nomlna-couing thing" to exist thereon. . HEW BETHEL. body, the younger McAlpine hurried easily adjust all that. God has tltm for Aug. 18. The crops of this vicinity to telephone a doctor. ao adjusted things that millions ofi speaking on the same platform are looking well since the rain. people live In hot Africa, while oth- - wltn Congressman A. P. Gardner and Ohio County Fair. . Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Nantz went to ee millions dwell in frzeno Green- - Col Everett G. Benton, avowed Owonsboro Wednesday. For above occasion the L & N., 'didates for the Republican guberna- - Little Hettle .Tucker is very ill will sell round trip tickets from 'Mad- "God permitted those three pious uonai nomination. Gov. Foss addresa-Hebrew- with typhoid fever. isonvllle, Elmltch and all intermeShadrach, Meschach and Republican Club tbo Mr. J. F. Sparks of his place vlo diate stations, to Hartford. One to Hvo and walk In that bers .as and lted his parenta near Hartford FriUow RepubWcans," cents for the fare plus twenty-fiv- e awful fiery furnace. (Soe Daniel ill.) mada a plea fro Republican success day. round trip (minimum tare 50 ots.). "Nothlnu Is too, hardor God. 'With because, ne Baid, "the State and na-GMrs. Ludy Jolly and Mrs. Provle Dates ot sale Sept. 24th, 25th, all things are iJosslble.' God is tlon need the return of the Republlc-th- e Sutherlln went to Llvermore Wednesand 27th. Final return limit SeptemAlmighty I Ian party to power, and the Repub- - day. H. E. MISCHKE, Agt. ber 29th. suppose that the llQan "Wet must not is Justly entitled to Mr. Elbert Sparks, of near Hartin thoso other worlds are in ceM although its leaders in the past ford, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Republican Reappointed. every respect exactly like tho people have oeen faithless to the pledges of Herman Barr Saturday night Washington. Aug. 13. Newton W. on earth. They may be far superior the party. Mr. and Mrs. N T. May, of this slated for ,a tno rl;ng.. place, spent a few days last week Gilbert, ot Angola, Ind., is to the people on our little globe. God ..j kept my reappointment as a member of the could bo. adjust things that .thoso peo- tnQ Qovernpr added, "In order to with Mr. and Mrs. Temp Nlceley, when it is, gently broken to the army pie in those other worlds are in ev- - force other candidates into the field, near Tuck. ot hungry Democratic office-seekeery respect exactly like the people M t n direct primaries The ice cream supper given by Mr. In Indiana is likely to "prove the earth. They may be far superior tem was blow that almost killed father." The j more than one Byron Hlnton Saturday night globe. God g x 8hall ,eel, my h&i to tho neoplo on our little unttl qultei success. position now held by Mr. Gilbert could 90 adjust things that those, jt Js other Mr. and Mrs. Herman Barr spent and whtch ha is to enjoy under the Jate for em,. 0f an candidates to pull out people could live even witaouc Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Administration of President Wilson, atmosphero, wnicn bo concerns ix, Wigglagton, near Buford. office to Is the highest salaried DuBoso. Sevvoral from this place attended whloh nnv Hnrmlpr could Rsnlre: The Notice. "The great Dr. Chalmers states; singing and Sunday school' at M(. salary is lio.'doo' a year and four more Ohio County Court. Shall we measure the, counciw .ox Camel Sundayy, afternoon. years ui vuytuu; uuuui mw jmvww Z. Wayne EUU, et, al. heaven by the narrow impotence of Eddlo Richardson Democratic Administration means the Mr. and Mrs. For: Judgment, Order etc. faculties? or conceive tnai human spent Saturday night and Sunday tidy sum of K0.O0O for Mr. Gilbert. alienee and solitude reign through Public Ditch, or Drain. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wton, Mr. Gilbert was one ot Indiana's Pursuant to agreement, and order with Haflln. out the mighty empire of nature! near best-knoRepublicans and was a astronomer, Flamma- - of the ,Phlo County Court, notice Is The great as meritori conspftluoua figure at State convenstyled "Wore all medicines rion, states: 'We should beware of hereby given that the above odr other gatherings of his ot the cause has been set Xor tlna hoard ng ous as Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera tions measuring the inhabitant Kev was Lieutenant Gov Remedy the worW 'party., 1913. and Diarrhoea otfter worlds by the coaceptions, more on Monday, September the 8th, ouiie uu iron hwu Witness my hand th.ls the 18th day would be much better oft and the pK ernor oi incomplete, which the terrea- or less centage ot suffering greatly decraas f. that office A Coaaresa. resigning bis . trial life may suggest tojw. Nature of August, 1913! W; S. TJNSLEY. ed," writes Lindsay Scott, of Temple. seat in the latter body when Presi how to people all the God) knows recommeada m. dent Roosevelt, on Clerk Ohio Co. Court. Int For sale by all dealers. wortds al the proper time with aoa- - 6t2. conditio, Ja altogether ir Says "Mars Is Most De- r- ht llfto ., m. Henderson, Ky., Aug. 16. Three are injured, one of thein, possibly two, fatally, as a result of a shooting Just out side of the gates of tho Hendcreon fair this evening. A number of shots were fired, some hitting people whom they were not Intended to hit, and one of them striking an Innocent bystander. Ed Preston, colored, was shooting his wife. "I wouldn't do that," remonstrated Jim Wynn, marshal Df Providence. Preston wheeled and began firing on the marshal. The latter pulled an automatic and returned the tire so successfully that Preston was hauled off in an ambualnce, seriously wounded. Preston's wife was picked up, fatally wounded. A bystander got a bullet through the heel. Another got a shot In the trousers' leg. Seven thousand people cot scare. The Henderson cotton mill will not he forced to close down. The management ot the mill claims that enough men have returned to work to make it possible, to continue oper ation. S. Crafton, a Zion farmer, lost his roll at the fair. It Is believed that expert pickpockets came here from Louisville. Vigorous Trial It Is Declared That Stray Cask Must Be Reported to. the Magistrate. . riu-B:uu- v-- ,i.u.. For Sale. .the nicest and best built houses in Hartford, at Just what it cost. Has 5 rooms, hall, front and One of '.:.. xm back varandas, built In 1909 and needs no repairs. a For particulars call or address this office. 3tf. """"'""'"r Card of Thanks. We wish to thank our friends and neighbors for their kindness toward us during the Illness and death of our dear husband and father. Mrs. W. B. Taylor and chiMren. Schl-aparel- li, POLICEWOMEN TOLD NOT TO TALK r Chief Put's Damper On "Cop' ' Who Wanted To Arrest All Park Spooners. Chicago, III., August 18. Eight of Chicago's policewomen were sworn y by Secretary of Police Edin ward Curamlngs. The other two failed to appear and sent no word to Chief McWeeny. Before the "finest of Chicago's finest" started off for their beats they were Instructed in their new duties by the chief and First Deputy Schuettler. Mrs. Ger trude Howe Brltton ot the Juvenile Protective Association also address ed the policewomen. She said that Chclngo's young boys and grlls wet particularly the object of their care and watchfulness. Chief McWeeny delivered a long fllst of , "dont's" to be observed by the new minions ot the law; Some of them are: Don't stretch the truth. Don't be too stern, have compos-sloto-dan. call-dow- "Blue-ribbon- Hawesvllle, Ky., Aug. 19. Hanw ville lawyers, or some of therm, and those who believe they know tkf law were never more' at sea tfaaa now and all this comes of argument made here .today in Judge Chambres' court on motions for mew trials in case tried here Monday. One 009 was that ot Steve Gentry agaiat Henry Emerick for damages for kill ing his dog. Both are .neighbors aad among the best members of too strongest church Jn the county aad belong to the same political party (the Republican). After a vigor ous trial the jury gave Gentry fS for his dog which Emerick admitted he had shot dn his .orchard.The plaintiff's attorney moved for a nw trial which was finally overruled, the doubt as to the law. expressing some however, court doubt as to the law. Taking the statements of the at torneys as true the following . are legal axioms: v"A man can kill any stray dog: found on his place." "A dog is entitled to the same pro tection it listed for taxation that any ' other property Js." "A man cannot kill a dog even If found running his sheep but 'must report to a magistrate." J.'One can poises a dog found pa his own premises but not esew hero." "A man will be civilly ,.' liable, though not criminally so, It he poisons' another's dog on his own prenx- Ises." "A dog has value," "A dog Is utterly valueless," etc., etc. The second puzzle to the local count and bar Is th'js: If the court Is to exempt, not io exceed $70 for provender to one who has . two horses, two cows and calves, ten head ot sheep and all the poultry on. hand, which all agree are exempt,, what ia he to allow to one who luur only one horso? The court held that the whole $70, was not exempt but took under consideration 1 just what part of tho $70 should be exempt. The attorney for tiia defend-- 1 int claims that tho whole $70 should be exempted to his client even It he bad but one sheep. - 16.-Eu- CENTRAL GROVE Aug. 17. I to-d- " can-liin- d. eqx mem-Abedno- od 20-t- py suc-jep- le ( rs m Rev. R. E. Fuq.ua, jtuW his regular appointment at this- - place Saturday and Sunday. A protracted meeting will- - begin at' Central Grove church on Monday night after the second Sunday In October. We earnestly pray that all thee members will do their full duty that they owe to God and the church ia, behalf of Bro. Fuqua during tho meeting. If we will. God will bless our labor He assures us through His ' holy wordr tt Mr. and Mrs. Norva' Brown, near McHenry, attended meeting at this.' place Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Noff singer, of.. Present all cases fairly and squar- ly. Central City, visited R. H. Brown's family a tew days last week. Dont be nosey. Most ot this neighborhood attendDon't complain about long hours. Don't use top much' force in mak- ed the Association at .West Prov- ing arrests. ildence. List Wednsdayy and Thura- Don't talk more than necessary. Mrs. Belle Miller was honored with' Let your commanding officer do most a big birthday dinner last Sunday. of the talking. "Why, I know I can arrest some- The relatives and neighbors gatherbody," exclaimed one ot the ed In with everything good to eat youngest with a burst ot enthusiasm. 'until 1:20 had arrived, all unexpect "The park is just full of spooners, ed to her. She sure was well' please, who should do such things as mak- and It made her feel awfully grand.' ing Jove at home." She received many presents and, wau , Mrs." lyU)ler..v. "Well, now. that is Just the trouble delhted with them, with some of 'you new er copsj" re- wishes to thank one and all for,,. the sponded the- - chief! "I Just "gave' you ntoo presents received and the klad..v-hospltalltshown her 41at birthday. and the others orders not to stretch a point. I said that when you get May Gods blessings abide, with you a fellow or girl feloniously, Inten- all is her prayer. Let us alljlve-'stionally, willfully and what' Is that there won't have to be a separation other word the statute says with when we meet on the throne, with malice aforethought? That's itl Why God, let us all live so He will say, bring hdoi in. Doat o too tar. You Well done thou good and faithful know thai womea Ukq to talk and ) servants thou hast been faithful over sometimes tktjr will exaaaerate thAogs a lew thugs 1 wm maite me ruiw Just a bit. Now, taut U stuff 1 dont over many. Enter thou in, is the pray want. It a couple, behaves improper er of th writer. One of The Family. ly, thea act." ," -- i , rl y k hfcfeL. i. .akbftt 4 .- - fi lfcr MU.n "" T mmmmmmmmmmm mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm j jf " H MORE TROUBLE IN A GARDEN, IS IN AIR EGGS FROM THE FARM! Old Gentleman Want Toe Far In Hit, Thee From the Mississippi Only Land Should Be Plowed In August to Sweeping Indictment of Mueto to Writer's applanation of Vital Differ Inquiry, and Demonstration Slightly Second In Demand to Allow Sufficient Tim for the Which Sent "Hems, Sweet Hem" ence Between the Londoner Deep Water Products. Proved His undoing. WMdi to Rot Has Been Set. and the New Yerfcer. ' Smitd Be Gathered Often ami. elderly gentleman An Arkansas Is the greatest walklnr' proNew Though the oldos't piece of English If the oeU and barley lead la to be ducing state In the Union, pearl hunbetween Tho difference I through bis gardes one day stoppi! Place. Keit v and drilled to srain In the fall,' It should bo dreds of men engage music In existence, "Summer Is leu- - York and I.ondon," a man once said before a fig tree on which were in the pearl men In" Is quite tu, you plowed In August to glre time for the modern In com pari-- to mo, "Is this: In Now York, If hunt. It is said figs Just ripening. His favorites wot, weeds to rot and the ground to settle. pearl of Arkansas that the fresh water son with a score of tho "Orcstos" of, have a now Idea, you can got ll carfigs, and summer often came and of the highest class If you fm Handling, Marketing and Shipping says a writer In the Baltimore Amerl- - cannot be distinguished from the fin- Euripides, dating from the fourth cen- ried out at once; in London, against went without the fruit coming to nvw can. If the ground Is dry and so nard tury 0. C, which was exhibited at tho havo a now Idea, you are up TMjr Should Not Be .Exposed to est deep sea Jewel. Throughout the luru. after, be net his gardener. a to make It Impossible to plow, put international exhibition of music at a brick wnll." Draughts and Should Be south Shortly three horses In tho sulky cultlrator. A follow generally thousands of people Vienna some years ago. Even morn I hnllnvn (his to bo true, writes Properly Protected. ft... iIm film fas ah flsva wtaA Al.ii. pearl fishing Industry and Ibetter Implement Is the steel cutaway make athe ancient Is the chant "Tho Mowing of Maurice liar, ng In the Tto emT comfortable living at It Up the d "" disk. Set the teeth to run deep and to a . Priest," which was sung In tho People In Now York, ami In America ,.. -(Br N. R. CHAPMAN.) --few years ago the Jewel wealth - fc .wr L I "" temple of Jerusalem before the captlv-- i .in gennrm, nni nui. iira nf m common causes of loss may be cut the ground over. By harrowing contained In r.M The the river beds of the Ity, and Is still In uso In was about to rest clamed under several heads: Small, the field lengthwise and then across, Mississippi valley was the Jowlsh Ideas, nor, Indeed, of anything now. completely hid- synagogues In Picking the figs, the gardener sent blsj, was, dirty eggs, breakage, shrunken most of the weeds can be turned under den. It was not Spain and Portugal. They nre not afraid of the future. In that the "Home, Sweet Home" the song of a England, If a man finds, Mr InHtnnrc, lltllo boy of seven with the basket On,i sud rotten eggs, moldy and flavored and the hard surface broken up, mak- - fresh water mussel supposedpearl bear was a w,r the ,Ute fellow stopped ana. homeless ajga. Eggs must weigh two ounces Ing it much easier to plow aa soon as er, or al to ,ho once that it bad any value except for ert Louis American to an moved Rob- that his profusion Is uncongM bu of . .,u.v.... -, w- -u No. 1. Light the August rains set In. The stubble or over to be classed as Stevenson outburst of him, howevor crrtnln he may passionate protest Hut It was tho the Impoiwlblllty of his making a suc- tempting fruit. er eggs should be consumed on the and weeds should be plowed under and fish bait The sought Tho attraction was too great: he atn' farm, rather than be sold at a re-- not burnt, as these, when rotted, add now notfresh water mussel Is stone It music rather than the words that cess of It, ho will nono Iho lens vrry only for precious daced prioe. Like eggs too small, to the fertility of the soil and tend to may have hidden the Its shell, roused his Indignation. You will find rarely glvo It up, and try his hand ono. Covering the other with tho in but for tho passage In "Across the Plains": leaves, he proceeded upon his erranj.l eggs abnormally large or misshaped make it capable of holding more mols- at something clue. The future alarms On being asked If the gardener hml ture. Long Btalk or strawy manure the shell itself, which Is manufac I have no Idea whether musically this him. In America a man will think ahould be used at home, for such will tured Into stick pins, cuff links, and fee easily crushed in the case, and should either be spread evenly over air Is to be considered good or bad: nothing of throwing up his profeimlon not sent two figs, the boy, after a mo- buttons of every description. The but it belongs i the field and plowed under or used as are always classed as "seconds." to that class of art twenty time running, until ho finds ment's silence, answered: "I ate ono." "You ate one? How?" exclaimed Uw top dressing after the grain is shell fisheries have for years extend- which may best be described as a bru- something which dors suit him. nun- Abort fire eggs out of each ed far up the Mississippi river. A reold gontleman, angrily. "How did youi tal assault upon the feelings. Pathos erred asarketed are classed aa "dlr-- drilled In. If tho manure Is rotted and cent writer on the subject puts I think tho cauRn of this particular fresh roust be spread It on top of the plowed , fine, relieved by dignity of treat- difference Urn In tho climate of Amer- come to do that?" Dropping his eyes to the basket "II ground and harrow It In as soon as water pearls into four classifications ment, declares an English writer. If ica, and especially lies In the climate ll nA true pearls, baroques, slugs, and you ' spread. The quickest and most eco- wallow naked In the pathetic, like of New York. Junt as the climate of took It like this." said the child, taking chicken feed. the remaining fig, "and I ate It like , nomlcal method Is to use a spreader. the The first, or true, pearls are of a you author of "Home, Sweet Home," somo places fills the whole system this." as it can then be spread evenly and make your hearers weep In an un- with an Invlnclblo dcslro to do nothAnd, suiting the action to the word, just the right quantity to the acre. definite shape, and regular form, manly fashion, and oven yet while ing, with an Insuperagla languor and One of the great advantages in the use round, oval, or pear shaped. These they are moved they desplso them- sloth. In tho same way the climate he consumed the second flg beforo tb eyea of the old gentleman. of the spreader Is In cutting up the command the highest prices. Baroques selves and hato the occasion of their of New York fills tho body and mind astonished lumps and strawy portions as it Is be- are pearls of Irregular form. Slugs weakness. with the desire to bo up and about. are low grade baroques. The smaller ing spread. Two men with a It Is the nimble air which produces LITERAL IN HIS THEOLOGY' 1 spreader will haul and spread more site, the kind used in Inexpensive though genuine and neat Jewelry, go PREPARE MEAT FOR SHIPMENT the nimble wits; tho stimulating atfour men will spread mosphere which creates, In tho deni- Darky Preacher's Humorous CommaVt Out of Every Down Ego That Leave manure than or cart. The manure by the professional name of chicken from wagon tfce Farm, but Ten Are Fit to Be on Biblical Text As He UnderSouth American Frigoriflco Will Soon zen of New York, the love of bustle, should not be put out in little piles, but feed. hurry competition and work. I am Delivered to Customer. stood Its Meaning. Be Turning Out an Immense spread direct from the wagon and hargood thing not saying this Is either a Supply of Food. Wee." These are Btalned, smeared, rowed Into the top soil before it dries. MERELY A POPULAR BELIEF or a bad thing I am merely noting Of old tho right of Individual prtvatn aaeddy, or covered with fllth. The There is then no loss of fertility. and recording what struck mo as be- interpretation of the scriptures waa A frigoriflco Is a freezing plant in odor of whatever soils the egg will Scholars Question Whether the Apple ing the main differences botweon New not accorded to the laity. Only tho South America. It is a plant that York and London. aawa penetrate the shell and flavor DAMAGE BY ALFALFA WEEVIL Was the "Forbidden Fruit" in the priests or preachers were authorised freezes fat cattle or sheep or lambs the contents. Market eggs should Garden of Eden. to say what was meant by the sacred and sends them In refrigerated ships avever be washed, as they take odors Larvae From Eggs Laid In Stems of northward to Europe. Perhaps later WILL GET MONEY NEXT TIME text. That baa all been changed, and; rapidly and soon are stale. Eggs Why and how It has happened that Plants Work Much Injury by no man will now be eapelled from the toay be washed, however, for use at the apple haa been spoken of-a- s the they will send them to the United Feeding Upon the Buds. ' Little Likelihood That Mrs. Crabee most orthodox church for believing , Eggs to .market In was forbidden In the Gar- States. ieoe. fruit that carried, that Balaam's palace mule did not' On the Island of Tlerra del Fuego. Will Have Opportunity to Cash (bran "are 'generally classed as "dirAlthough in the middle west no den of Eden is one of the great pas really address his fellow citizens of far sooth to the Jumping off place. Hubby's Check Again. ties." The bran adheres to the alfalfa harming Insect has yet caused ties of Biblical scholars. The fact ia Judea on the political issues of the pfceFL and Is difficult to remove. widespread damage, Utah farmers that in Genesis 3, where the Incident sheep get very fat on the good grass. "Henry." said Mrs. Crabbe. "don't day, or considering, that the statement . It is estimated that eight per cent have a serious pest to contend with of the eating of this fruit of the "Tree Incredible as It may seem, s short Knowledge of Good and Evil" Is time ago fine fat sheep were boiled you never give me another check to of the' sun's standing still at the order of the eggs are broken in moving known as the alfalfa weevil. It made of of Captain Joshua was an Ifluatratlvn Croei producer to consumer. Check its first appearance in 1907, coming mentioned, no name whatever is given down for their tallow. Now a mod- cash. Always give me the money after allegory and not the record of a frozen ed; dented or leaking eggs soon sour. from Europe. The adult weevil is a to the fruit All that Is said hi: "And ern frigoriflco is prepared to kill them this, please." ''Why. what was the matter with the tact hard shelled beetle, about inch when the woman saw that the tree and send them north of the equator. Md Biuet be marketed at greatly This advance la theology ia Illusprices. If checked or broken long, brown In color with a darker was good for food, and that It was There Is another of these newly erect- check?" ed frigoriflcos at Rio Gallegoa, an"Nothing was wrong with the check, trated by the story of the darky; pleasant to the and tree ion the way to market, they should be . . desired to make eyes, wise, ashe to be other a little way up the coast at San but the cashier didn't want to take one took of takeo home for use In the family. It preacher who delivered a sermon from the fruit thereof, and did eat, and gave Julian and other new ones are at and said I had to be Identified. I told tho text "These eight did Mlkah ' S5BX3 should be gathered often and him my name was Mrs. Crabbe, and bear." also unto her husband with her; and Bahia Blanca. 3tept in a cool, dry place until the "Muffrlnds," said be. "yoa is singuThese frigoriflcos make possible the asked him If be didn't see It on the be did eat" (verse 6). Srat opportunity for marketing. In fact, scholars doubt very serious- directing of a great stream of good long line, but he Just shook his head, larly blessed by de Lawd ia dis genBroody hiena should be taken from ly whether it was the apple at all. lamb and mature mutton northward, and said I had to find some ono who eration. If you wants some milk yon .the nests at once, and confined by dono goes to youah cow, and at one They suggest that all evidence points and we here may expect to see It knew me." hatch-jrn- g rthcanaelves, unless needed for milk you gets enough of de laciferous to it having been the quince, fragrance come, sooner or later. Cattle are not "And who did you find?" purposes. After the hatching sea- "No one. I asked him If he didn't fluid foh eight people. In de olden, of which was held in the highest es- killed at these southern frigoriflcos, is over, ail roosters should be times of which de Bible speaks itfr teem by the Orientals. Another point but farther north, near Buenos Aires know you." .sold or confined, and not allowed to In favor of the quince is that It Is the and In Uruguay are great establish"What did he say?" asked Mr. took eight folks to milk a bear, en I laying flock during the iron with the specs dey gets mighty little milk at fruit whictuwas sacred to .VaauaJbe ments that kill chiefly cattle. To facili- Crabbe, eagerly, but with modesty. ixaBuner. Hens will lay more eggs, Adult Male of the Alfalfa Weevil, goddess of live, and in a great many tate the getting of sheep (o the "He said. 'Of course I know him.'" dat" Los Angeles Times. ja4 be In better .health without the Greatly Enlarged. of the ancient writings the quince is frigoriflcos the government Is build "And then he cashed It." said Mr. rout Diros. imeniie eggs are rar for preserving, shipping and stripe down the back. It lives over very frequently mentioned in this man ing the Patagonia state railways, lead- Crabbe, his chest expanding visibly. Solders Catch and Eat Fish. ing to the Interior. Breeders' Gazette. atorrag. "Not right then. Ho asked me to Specimens of the spider known all winter In sheltered places much the ner. In Babylonia Ishtar took the - Sixty-Bvou." TbalasBius Spenceri are in the muper cent of the contents same as chinch bugs and in the early place of Venus In the Roman mythol Ownership of Land Accretion. seum at Durban, Natal, and the cu"Of course that was sufficient?" Jcf a fresh egg is water; and because spring lays its eggs in the alfalfa ogy, and it should be remembered originathe The title of an owner of land to any "Yes. I told him you were a rator. E. C. Chubb, has just made sciof a porous shell this evaporates rap- stems. The larvae from these eggs that with story ofthe creation All evithe Babylonians. ' hammered-down- , accretions to the land was the ques- sawed-off- , idly ander most conditions, resulting do the damage by feeding upon the ted entific announcement of the discovery pigeon-toeman, with a red mus- of a member of this species In the act in loss of weight and value. Aa soon buds for a period of about six weeks dence seems to point away from the tion presented to the supreme court apple having been the "Forbidden of appeals of Virginia In Eggborn vs. tache and a mole on your nose. That of catching fish for food. ,aa the newly-laiif unmolested. egg cools, an appears, which Increases ia size One of the spiders was captured Control methods recommended by Fruit" and towards the quince as bar- Smith, in which interesting decisions you wore a fifteen collar and a !oa Use contents shrink from evapora-tkm- . the Utah station Include keeping the ing been that fruit of the "Tree of on the point involved are cited. In the blue suit, and that you held several years ago by the Rev, N. Virginia case the plaintiffs husband on to a dime tighter than a letter Abraham at Oreytown, and It was Shrunken eggs may be detect- alfalfa growing rapidly in the spring Knowledge of Good and EvlL" for a consideration permitted a rail- holds a glued postage stamp. I was placed In an aquarium. A servant ed ay "candling," or by gently shak- by disking or spring toothing, removroad company to deposit rock and going Into further details, but be boy soon noticed the creature eating ing when held to the ear. When the ing the first crop as soon as serious Wordsworth on Real Estate. earth xrgle" of the contents is distinct, Injury occurs, followed with thorough There Is an Interesting story of double-trackin-on land owned by him during stopped me and said, 'All right Mrs. a pet fish, and the startled clergyman work, under contract Crabbe, Just Indorse the check on this left his Btudy to watch. tfce egg is questionable. The mem- - spring tooth and brush dragging, and Wordsworth, who went to call on Miss feraae of such eggs Is often ruptured rotation of alfalfa every four or five Harriet Martineau at Ambleside, la that all such material not removed be line, please" The spider, three Inches across with 4a handling and shipping, resulting in years. Aa with chinch bugs It is the house which she had built and laid fore the work was completed should legs extended, stationed Itself at tho The owner exe;Trrthy" eggs, of poor" quality. In to keep out of the way places out, writes A. C. Benson in the Cen remain permanently. water's edge, with two legs on a As Koreans Shop. ,"Sb summer, eggs should receive the clean of sheltering grasa and refuse tury Magaxlne.. There was a gathering cuted a deed of trust of the land withShopping In Is a very grave stone and the eight others spread out out serving the material so deposited, and solemn taskKorea Tame care and consideration aa sweet and securing the of whole of neighbors present, and Wordsworth and occupies the mas- on the water. After a time aAsu awllk and cream, aad be marketed communities in fighting the pest stood for a long time at the window but on tho day the property was sold ter of the bouse the greater part of came under the outstretched legs, jdally, if possible. They should not be contemplating the beautiful landscape under foreclosure of the trust deed the day. In the market here be pur- which were suddenly thrown around (exposed to draughts of warm air. outside. Then he turned to the party be attempted to convey the material chases his provisions, cooking utensils, it as the spider made a plunge, drivHorses for Deep Plowing. as personalty to the complainant The linen Deep plowing is essential to good and said: suits, hats, sandals, tobacco, and ing its fangs Into Its prey, and then farming to increase fertlllty.and mois"Miss Martineau, I congratulate yoa court found that the complainant had the native drink, a liquor obtained at once climbing out on the rocks. It no ture for better crops. Heavy draft on your beautiful little domain. The madeyears claim to the property until from fermented rice. soon ate a fish of four times its own after its deposit, when It Only one article of the same kind Is weight horses, says the Live Stock Journal, views are wonderful, and it will turn bve are the first essential for deep plow- out to be the wisest thing yoa ever did was overgrown with vegetation, and purchased from a single store. It held that "the material was realty and would be an ing and big loads. Deep and shallow in your life." offense against Korean Bagdad and Queen of Sheba. plowing has had a long time conHe paused for a moment, and the not personal property, and passed to etiquette to buy a dozen at a tlmo, as Tho Bagdad of the "Arabian Nights" the purchaser on foreclosure of the this would deplete tho stock too quicktroversy and the deep plowing baa guests expected some comment on still exists, In a greatly diminished ly and give the shopkeeper the trou- form. In but won the victory for better farming effects of communion with trust deed." fact palace by the scientific experts at the agricul nature, but Wordsworth, with a fine ble and work of restocking before he and mosques the grand old nearly was ready! It will therefore be seen all In ruins, of Its primo are populatural colleges, and farmers who have gesture, continued: Honor Man Struck by Lightning. and only small good draft-hors- e To be struck by lightning Is still a that wholesale orders are not wel- tion lives where onco a was teams plow deep, "Your property will certainly be a city of and the farmers with light scrub trebled in value within the next tea most lucky thing for tho Greek pea- comed in this odd country; "llttlo and 2,000,000 people. A new city Is teams must still skim along and put years!" santIf he Is not killed. Such a man, often" appears to be the eoldon nil gradually coming Into existence on up with, light crops until they can get says J. C. Lawson, "may Indulge a in Buying. Wide World Magazlno. tho opposite (east) bank of the Tigris, J the heavy draft teams that can pull taste for idleness for the rest of his Living in Poise. "" ouo Doing vaiuamu rrora a combig life bis neighbors will support him a plow down to the beam Four Perfect Women. mercial point of view. The Inhabitants To Improve yourself, the first essen- and enjoy that will produce big crops. at the same time the repThe prophet Mahomet fa reported number about 200,000, and are mainly tial is to prevent all waste of energy utation of bolng something more than to have said that "among men 'Have Only Uniform, Standard-Bred- , by living in polso. The second essenthere Bedouins. Tho famouB palace of human.1' This Laying Stock. .' A Stitch In Time. tial Is to use your Imagination In pic- auclent days. is an Inheritance from have been many perfect, but not has disappeared, and auArtemldorus, an Don't forget to fix the and should bo protected from the trip around the pasture fences. A turing those things that you want to thority on occult matters who flourish- more than four of the other Bex have tho foreign consulates occupy its slto. It is only a tradition which assorts a of tho sun and moisture, In fences now and then will and field accomplish now. And the most prac- ed in the time of Marcus Aurelius, attained perfection to wit: Aslah, Mary, Khadljah and often save tical use that can be made of the lnv that the queen of Shoba, who onco bandling, marketing and shipping. commented on the fact that while a was the wife of the Fatlma." Asiah visited King trouble, strength, and tho time of havr Pharaoh of the Solomon, lies burled Moisture is the main cause of rot-te- u ing to drive the cattle back into the agination Is to picture your talents and place was struck by lightning bad an Exodus. She forsook the faith of her an eight-sidebrick tower benr-In- g egge. Nests on the ground or pasture. Animals, are almost human raculties larger, greater and more altar erected upon It, and was thence- fathers, on account of which her husher name in old Bagdad. Tbo citiperfect To imagine In mind a larger forth both honored and avoided, 'in wot straw, together with damp eel. when It comes to going "no zens have ceased to many her perfect is to give tbel lus and ciolst "flllors" in egg cases, one does not want them. where some and moreforces In talent a better mod- -' one who has been struck by light- band subjected Mary towas thecruelties. are told, and tbe towervenerate it wo Remove the creative The Virgin mind second is approaching ning is excluded from citizenship; In- perfect woman, ato mainly responBlblo for this suggestion, therefore, by not allowing the A. fresh egg will absorb any sags In the wire or any loose or el; and as these forces always create deed, such a one is honored even ss that "she had been prophet stating a state of ruin. odor as rapidly as fresh milk. decayed posts In the lino. A well-ke- after the fashion of the latest model, a god." The election of Qulntus Ju the women of the exalted above all they will consequently create the lar- lius Eburnus to world." Khadljah Concerning Men With Tails. Atasttnees or moldy growth In the consulship In 116 was the first wife of fence Is an indication a good "a It would not be wise to build upon or tillers will taint the egg and farmer. C. P. Bull, Associateofin Farm ger and the more perfect talent Lar-- B. C. is attributed to his having been princess among eon. women." Fatlma,' ac- the story of the coast lower its quality. Eggs should not urops, university Farm. favored thus by the gods. natives that in cording to Mahomet, was the fourth the St Paul Le stored in musty cellars, or in interior of Papua there are men perfect woman, she being his hin. with tolls. Slmlar beliefs have been rooms with fruit, vegetables or fish. Different Thing Entirely. g-Llved daughter. Mines and Profits. Feedlng Effects Wool. held in many parts of the world and The chickens should never be allow-- d This story is being told on a Kanlong-liveProper and Are mines more profitable many ages, sometimes from impresto drink filthy water, bo fed musty to the quality Intelligent feeding adds sas lawyer. The lawyer was arguing than short-liveones? The average of every kind of live a case before Judge and, desiring Evidently Rsady for Him. grata or strong-flavoresions of apes, sometimes from more to investor would consider this a foolish a vegetables, stock or product the feeder may have illustrate by tuppeslng a case, A gentleman who had been In or less Bplteful aa Isaiahs aad garlic, nor given access to put on the a peobe AH market Even the wool so, aa follows: "We will suppose, quesUoh, assuming naturally that the only three days, but who had town ple's neighbors. credulity about It waa to, decaying meat or substances that been For centuries longer a mine lasts the greater the ac- paying attention to comes from the back of the sheep wW davor tho product and Impair that a nromlnAnt un a common gibe on the Coatiaeat that la good, bad or indifferent according your honor," be said, "that your hon-I cumulated profits. wanted to propose, but was. JtaaaUty. Englishmen had toils. It originated to the manner in which it has beea or were to steal a horse." "No! No Just about the contrary Is the case. would be thought too hasty. afraid be from No!" interrupted the Judge, "net at The figures supplied by the mines detbe story that the people of He delited. Canterbury or Strood, having mocked all, not at all, sir. Tain't a suppee- - partment of Johannesburg, where the cately broached tbe subject as Cutting Cowpeas. mhln tmmck al-MVrv wall Kaw4b at St Thomas rid lag upea litUe asa Cowpeas may be cut with the mow-rregularity of deposits on the Rand Keeping Grain Land Busy. "If I were to speak to you of mar- ud cut off 1m tall, were a punished vnnr hnnn. ..ia .V and after gettiag at least a full makes It possible to guage the lives of riage, after having The waste land lying idle after the !T m m,. . li .k. only made your with the curse that thenceforth alt day's sun the vines are raked up and mine with accuracy, should convince steaaraHy He another day in the wind- r 90tu" ,aud co- "TOry weU-- thea: wPPoelag that I the skeptic that owing to compound in acquaintance three days ago. what their boys should tm bom with tails. mAad the scots b( other sngUshmea,, at should steal a horse."-"- Ab. yes. Tes," terest a Joag life does not add to tb would yea say to lt!f row. They are then bunched up In I should say aers, - vu hmujuum" reaeaaeee tr off maM.'sMebes and after another day value of a ailae to the extent common till tosaorrow that which you should tw the whole aatloa, ao that evea la th,n' Mr. X. r wopt late larger bunches and ly assessed. 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A lry of Wagner known to very e few Is brought to the light by the .dtiiiig. When the composer wuh In n rtnlly merry mood, the right mood for story telling, he used to say that, bring In Berlin on a very hot summer's day nnd finding himself In the DunlionVplntr, he summoned one of the first class droshkles thnt were still fnlrly numerous nt that time nnd told the drher where to go. Ills destination as at the very farthest po'nt of n dlstilct within which only the lowest fare could be demanded. It stnxk Wngucr hninrdlntely thnt his drher was taking n very affecting leave of one of his fellows, ns though he were starting on n life or death Journey. "Goodby. William," he said; "we shan't see each other again for a long time." After the carriage hnd rattled on for n good while It came suddenly to a standstill. The driver got down from his box on the right hand side, opened the cnrrlnge door and hanged It to agnln; then he went round to the left side nnd repeated the performance. climbed up on to Ills box nnd resumed the Journey. At the end of the drive Wagner nhked him what this f,how meant. The drher, with n sly look, made answer: "I Just wanted to l)anilKK)7le my old nag. He would never have believed that the whole drive wns for n minimum fare and would hate refused to go on. But by banging the doors I got him to Imagine that one fare hnd got out and another got In." MIRRORS. THREE WONDERFUL Wagner laughed heartily over this explanation, and the driver. In spite of Uacd In Place of a Teleteope In Mount bis greed, oer which the composer Wilaon Observatory. ery merry In his letters, realmnde From Los Angeles by trolley car and ized th.e handsome tip on which he had burro back up through the pine forests been speculating. London Standard. one reaches the Wilson observatory. No dome or gigantic telescope greets the visitor when be gains the summit. GREECE HAD THE RECALL. A huge Noah's ark of annus destroys all preconceived Idens of what an ob- Only In the Old Daya the System Waa Called "Ostracism." servatory should look like, and within In the palmy days of the Greek rethree wonderful mirrors take the place of the great tubular telescope of other publics, many centuries ago, as historians tell us, when a man rose to observatories. The observatory building Is con- such a height of power or affluence structed of canvas, the sides being set that be became a possible menace to the state, the citizens took a vote on In the form of tiers of steeply overlapThis ping eaves. This arrangement Is cal- bis case as an "undesirable." culated to allow for perfect ventilation was sent to the senate, and. If the by a vertical wall vote was sufficiently large and repreand Is of canvas, which can be raised or low- sentative, that body passed a resoluered at will to obtain an even tempera- tion In which the too distinguished citizen wns Invited, in polite diplomatic ture. The peculiar arrangement of mirrors terms, to take a few years of retirethat replaces the familiar telescope Is ment abroad In otberwords, he was the center around which all Interest In officially exiled for the good of the the observatory revolves. These mir- state. This was "ostracism," so called from rors are constructed at the Yerkes observatory and are the Quest products the fact it is explained, that the totof tbe 'optician's manufacturing skill. ing citizens wrote tbelr names on oysThe enlarging mirror, whlch is sup- ter shells, and It was instituted as a ported 'by a pier of stone at the farther measure of security to the commonend of the building. Is of concave wealth. Any citizen of great wealth glass four Inches thick, and the scien- or influence or who bad a large inch which night. In an tists tell us It is of twenty-fou- r emergency, be used to tbe detriment aperture by sixty foot focus. The glass is polished ever so often of tbe state was liable to receive this with Jewelers' rouge upon pads or distinguished mark' of public considchamois skin and is burnished every eration. It was a kind of primitive week or ten days. In order to remove '."recall." ,which bod tbe advantage of all possible dust In addition a gal- being equally applicable to "Ins" and vanized cover is kept over It when it "outs." Is not in use. Christian Herald. Those early Greeks were wonderful fellows, who knew how to deal with knotty problems of their day, wlilcb Frolic of Ivan the Terrible. Ivan the Terrible, among his many doubtless Included grafting and other Insane freaks, would let loose wild human peculiarities not unknown in bears In the streets of h!sv capital and Am. nwti ftknA tt on Afivtlnn iltil Tint placidly say bis prayers "while watch- suit them or if any man swelled too ing, the slaughter of bis people, "fling- rar above nis reuows tnere was aling a few coins to the mutilated sur- ways the leveling oyster as awhole-som- e corrective In reserve. Christian vivors as be rose from bis knees." He would compel parents to slay their Herald. children, and children to kill one anA Cheap Dross Shirt. other; and If there was a survivor As for paper fasteners, a touring "the amiable monarch would dispatch him with bis own bands, shrieking actor writes to point another of tbelr with laugbter nt so excellent a Joke." utilities: "These Is, at times, in a In one of his lighter moods of frolic small company especially, a scarcity of be commanded the citizens of Moscow starched linen. And shirts, like King to "provide for him a measure full of John's treasure, get lost or mislaid In You are playing a dude fleas for a medicine,"- - and fined them tbe wash. part say, with naught but n flannel 7,000 roubles when they failed. sbirt to go with your dress coat Take a sheet of note paper or foolscap, prod Why Marriad Man Liva Long. The reason a married man lives long- It under your vest, and where the er than a single man Is because the central stud should be Insert a single man leads a selfish existence. round beaded brass paper fastener!" Necessity mothers Invention. London A married man can double his pleasures, Any time he has a streak of Chronicle. good luck it tickles blm all over, but It Pitfalla of Success. makes blm feel twice as good when be the lawyer, get"now's your-sotells bis wife about It. And she is so ting on?" pleased and proud that he feels like a "Badly, poor fellow. He'a In Jail." There Isn't a chance "How's that?" In the world of a man's arteries hard"He was retalued by a horse thief to ening or his heart weakening when be can get a million dollars' worth of defend him, and be mnde such a good pleasure out of milking bis wife hap- plea that the Judge held him us an accessory." Llpplneott's. py. Cincinnati Enquirer. Finfltra at 8pacc. Jost how modern N tlie enientlnl nnd nblqultous tclcpliutie now connecting over n half million houses mid olllces Is n casual In New York clty-th- cre Hue In "Plimfore" which serves to lu dlcnte. When the kindly chorus Is condoling with Itulph Itnckstrnw on bis Rcpnrution from his Josephine it chants these words to picture the terror of his lot: "No telephone connects with his dungeon cell." The line fnlls ffat todny. But "Pinafore" was produced for the first time In 1878, nnd In 1870 the Uell (intents for the first prnctlcnl telephone were issued. Thus when the words were written they relntcd to a new nnd BUrtllng Invention that wns the talk of the day, nnd the Gllbertlan line was really n gay, topical est. It 1b n safe gness, however, that very few of the people who laughed at "Plnnfore" In the seventies foresaw what the telephone would really prove to be. The years of the telephone are few. But nlrcady It has transformed business method nnd social Intercourse. The railroads, the fast trains, the telegraph, wireless, the automobile, all helped to make the nineteenth century n century of acceleration. The telephone worked more real magic than all the rest together. The discovery of uBtrnl bodies would hardly have done more to multiply human effectiveness and enable us to snap our fingers nt space. New York Vos-slschdumb-crambo ti Mofltt Haa Enabled Us to 8nap Our Pledges Under Which They Were Tied In Medieval Times. The mntrlinonlnl contract today is a thousand times more polite than It was In the middle nges. H has lost the engaging frankness of its medieval originals. In the good old days when the bride, wns taken "for fairer, for fouler, for better, for worse," and promised "to be buxom and bonny" to her husband, her father gnc tbe bridegroom one of the bride's shoes as a token-o- f the transfer of nutborlty. The bride was made to feel the change by n blow on tbe head duly administered with the shoe. How much more significant nnd eloquent a use of the article than our "refilled" custom of throwing it after tbe carriage! The husband took oath to treat his wife well, In failure of which sho might leave blm. As a point of honor, however, be wns allowed to "bestow on bis wife nnd apprentices model ate cnstlgatlon." An old Welsh law lays it down that three blows with n broomstick "on nny part of the person except the head is n fair allowance," while another provides that the stick "be not longer than tbo husband's nrm nor thicker than bis middle finger." Tbe bride, however, had her privileges. In certain countries It wns her accepted right tbe morning after tbe wedding day to ask for any sum of money or any estate that she pleased, and her husband could not In honor refuse. A mnn bad to be pretty sure of bis bride's "Intentions" to run such a risk. These old time marriages were often hard driven bargains, which unblusb,-Ingl- y displayed a gooddeal of unlovely human selfishness. Yet the rough knots that were led n thousand years ago held faster than many of tbe nnd bejeweled bonds we so genteely adjust today. New York World. Security Life Insurance Co. Not the oldest not the bJKgest but the STRONGEST ia sur- plus security to policy holders. Highest ratio of assets toliabilities among all the established life insurance companies in America. Everything absolutely guaranteed. No estimates. should carry a guaranteed policy in strong company. W. R. IIEDRICK, this - Hartford. A. S. TANNER, - Owensfcnro. HAVE YOUR SUITS Cleaned i Pressed Repairing and Dyeing neatly done. Ladies wnrk nivnn The Metaphysical Society. The distinguished company of contributors to tbe first number of tbe Nineteenth Century was selected from a yet more distinguished company of which Lord Avebury wns a' member. This was tbe Metaphysical society, founded by James Knowles and Tennyson in 18G9. Its members ranged from Dean Stanley to Huxley and from Tyndall to Manning, and its meetings saw such unusual sights as tbe Catholic Manning, supported by two Protestnnt bishops, presiding over a discussion among ntbeists. deists and freethinkers. Tbe society formed tbe nucleus of the band of contributors who supported Knowles as editor first of tbe Contemporary and then of tbe Nineteenth Century. Westminster Ga-xett- e. i special attention. delivered. Hats Cleaned and Repaired. Work called for and Club rate $.00 pel-mont- h. Hartford Pressing Glilb, Y. M. C. A. BLDG., HARTFORD, KY. Had to Fellow. One day a young 'colored man of sporty appearance dropped In at a country livery stable and-- said, be needed a Job. .Be looked promising, soJe was set at work; greasing tbe axles of a buggy. In a remarkably short space of time he reportedthe'taelr finished. "Look here;" said his new boss, "do yon mean to say you've greased all; four of them wheels'already?" new man, "I've "Well," rejoined-thgreased' the two front ones." "And why haven't you greased tbe two hind ones?' "Well," said the new man again, "so i long's the two front ones 'goes all j right the .two hinds ones Jes' nachelly got to foller!" Everybody's. e am CURE WITH kill couch LUMC8 Dr. mrfs ' BMMMHM. Hill laBlaW , firaCOTffT tM ojranx m T"?35BSPFr Lobster Twine. A man who had wondered what lobster twine was found tbe answer very simple. It is a fine quality, stout twine an eighth of an Inch In diameter, made of manlla hemp and originally intended for making tbe netted part of lobster pots. Lobster twine has come also to be used on board vessels, both sail and steam, for serving ropes, for whipping ropes, including ropes even of wire, and for various other purposes for which a stout, durable twine of this size might prove useful. There is probably more lobster twine used now on vessels than for tbe purpose tor which It was first made. Puzzled Him. Mark Twain and bis peculiarities were being discussed by an English class In a certain high school. One youthful orator had very eloquently described Mark's personal appearance and bad laid unusual stress on the author's fondness for wearing white flannels. "Gee!" said one much interested youth. "I don't see how the public knows whether his flannels were reJ or white." Everybody's Magazlue. MoUuna: la mora unportant the iome tbaa- - clear, ateaay llgnt. Insure this by setting (be OU mat burns viesr nan clean without a'aicker down to the last drop. Pennsylvania, crude oil refined to perfection. Costs no more than the tank vraeon kind saves iMONEX saves WORK eaves eyes. Tour dealer has SOUTH Oil in barrels direct Xros our works. i J'Hr i. j: tkmLmmpOUfhmi Smvmm tymm w- mJi-ctrv?" - r my a Ous. C (Wa Sfcfl InirtanriHr Ifr ' Refinery at Warrea, Ta. sell M C "Na Crb" the celebrated Auto OIL THE To Get Advantage of This Too Thorough. "Why don't you try to mnke your constituents understand problems of government?" "That's what I have done," replied J Senator Sorghum. "1 have been too thorough about It A lot of them now think that they can give advice InStar. stead of taking Fearfully Foxy. "I work a foxy scheme on my boy. He'd rather wash the dishes tham trasbfhlshaiids,1Bo I let blm wash tit fishes." "What's the foxy part?" "Why, he gets bis bands clean." Louisville Courier-Journal. Cut Rate, Orders Must Be Sent to Us, Not to Courier-Journa- l. n. Xi klsJ aaSssaaaB fWmL SJssaj f i til aewSi awsat i a ti. Bsasaawew hv 3V sswsesi k. Very Premising. dum v ug young B9un." "B srrtkea me tfiafway rnia he' never pays-i- t ..v "' '"J iv too.- - Bat back.'-Califo- reMca. 'i r wBBP f -- JiHpMWvvlT '' ,Tr.av ' -- tttsm ! JL n aaJ WWW. ia6 ba paws. iibbB. YNaT.tat . . sftat sV BftBMsi which to fa.a man's 'tJfstaM.h that in waeae power 4Mnll bmui la. LewelL TC2.V.T tsmPfasW MACHINK Talking the Language. Of "Our new bookkeeper can't seem to QUALITY see a mistake when It's poluted out to Good Scheme. him." "I suppose you take excellent care of "He's a boll fan. Don't allude to 'em your health?" bone-hea- d as mistakes; allude to 'em as "No," replied Farmer Corntobse'. "I NOT plays. He'll understand that all tried every kind of medicine I could SOLD right" Pittsburgh Post ret bold of for awhile. Then I gave UNDER ANY p and forgot about my health, nnd OTHER Outgrow It I've felt better ever siace." WashingNAME. "You can never tell how n boy is ton Star. going to turn' out." "No, yon can't" Sunday In Helaeland. WARRANTED rORAU. TIME. 'There used to .v be a boy at; borne I The Sabbath'" begins A In 'Helgoland, If yon pqreitheN JJefOatK you will whom the neighbors called Artie, hot at 0 o'clock on Saturday evening, when haves life Mt at prloe y Pri aa4wUl rung, and ceases not nave ea'eadteaatb tbe cbusch bells are he's the president of a railroad bow." ekiaMln. d RlrulBftjktm. ob the ftfllowlBgday at the same hour. At one time no vessel was permitted 1 leave the port daring thu Sabbath. Semettntes, It stea, Papa-Li- ttle , rune-n- ay, papai Litne ajSuJaSSam Prematurely Aged. Willie & L dL well, what is it, son? Conductor--Ma- da bl that child looks Does, tjM eceaBgt jfogry,, becaue. t CbsaMat older than thjee jsts. Mother-Y- eei U crossed so Indeed he does, ceedqetor. That, child ' , i has' bad a lot of Comforting. i ssIhsk. I were to die yew Mrs. Kaagg'-r- ir fecuEmifOl tiit. i ',4 . Staeertty- -a deep, genuine sincerity never get' another wife' like me. Knagf to taerst characteristic of all men la -- It's very ktud of you to say that say ,way. herefc. Boston Traaecript- WiaalaiSaTsninink'fl Mtail IsnO T WsFsWswlsBsw'lasaRjJ f NEW CWtNO HOW Age-Heral- oftenJ-Cblcogo'tt- ews. i fUmjsMH1 trouhJe.-Everybo- dy's. ,1 nF -- . sl awA, sajjgiTin dent. In both offices he made arcpu-tatlo- rt hlch caused him to bo Jn 15)04 as Mr. Roose vet's nrroraiiiR to bn thq Repuubllcan national Kird Ky., m il lw at oftk thrntott1 rtrood Word, ticket. He wan balanced as a cUm, against Mr. Kooscvclt rated a radical; and an appeal was then C. M. BARNETT, J. NEY FOSTER r com-panJ- Hartford Republican. nttr OHIO COUNTY NEGRO HERO1 Does Finest Sort of Detect- rnf.ir 1VC TTOTK I YOU nm DON'T HAVE TO WAIT EDITORS STof In the I The following appeared In the Cllntonlan, of Clinton, Ind recently, concerning J. W. H. Glover, of the regular army. Glover is an Ohio county negro, notwithstanding he Is jiald to be a Clinton boy. He Is the son of John Glover, of Hartford, and was reared at Taylor Mines, Ky., and born on .May C, 18MJ. An exciting chase over many thousand miles of country ended, Saturday morning, when J. V. H. Glover, quartermaster sergeant of Troop D, Ninth U. S. Cavalry, captured William Jackson, of the Fourth Field Artillery, murderer and deserter, at the home of his uncie, hn Phelps, several miles south of this city. He lodged him in the Terre Haute Jail for return to Jefferson Ba racks. Glover Is a Clinton boy, colored, and his mother lives on North Ninth street. The chase was an exciting one, and demonstrates the determination of the government when one of Its soldiers commits a crime. The sergeant says that when Jackson is tried, there will be no doubt of conviction, and sentenced to death. He will be given the choice, Cincinnati, he evaded his pursuer I ular army several jeans, and has TOBACCO CROP IS between being shot, hung or electro- and changed his course back west. I seen service In most all countries. Glover, believing he would seek He has won promotions and Is dotcr-cuted. The murderer, according to mined to reach the highest iiolnt HELPED BY RAIN Sergeant Glover, declares he will hldlng at the homeo f his never be taken back to the fort hiding at the home of is uncle, on possible within the next six years, alive, as his arrival there means the Vermillion county farm, came to when he will become a oteran for certain daeth. On account of this Clinton, on the pretense of visiting retirement. He says he has been aldeclaration, a special guard is kept his mother. He did not make his lowed some double time, lie is a sure Frequent Showen Daring the business known, neither did Jackson marksman and his breast is covered over him at the Jail. Past Week Have Prtved Acocrding to Glover, the tragedy tell his uncle the trouble he was in with medals won in official contests. or that he was hiding from a sure The negro is of more than ordinary which led to the sensational chase Blessing to Gtmws. the intelligence for one of his race and across state lines, occurred at a point death. Glover loitered about town a few days and attracted a Is of a modest and unassuming manon the Mexican border, near El Paso, Texas, about four months ago, and good deal of attention by his gaudy ner. He Is, however, proud of hlo Lexington. Ky., Aug. IS. E T. the victims of the murderer's aim uniform and the fact that his sword record In the service, and especially swung by his side and he was heavily elated over the accomplishment of Robards, supervisor of sales are Lieutenant for tlio Howard, of the Ninth Cavalry, and Captain Booe, of armed. Chief of Police Deck Van the secret service task, to which he Lexington tobacco warehouses, who the Thirteenth Cavalry. The for- ness questioned him and to the chief, was detailed, and says he will be re- during tho growing months dcvoti mer was killed instantly and the lat- the sergeant confided his mission. By warded for it, along the line of pro- his attention to collecting Informaround-aboInquiry, he learned that motion. tion concerning crop conditions, ter. If he recovers, will be maimed ' his man "had been seen in the city, the following data. of. the grow for life. $ IOO Reward, $100. Ing tobacco situation for the Jackson had been arrested for de- and that he was In the country south wwIm The readers of this paper will be ending August 1C. sertion and. was being, held, fortrlal. of town. Donning a pair of overalls. Glover pleased to learn that there is at "During the past week many According to the rules, officers from thorughout Kentucky other companies must officiate at the walked out In the country, felgnrng least one dreaded disease that science haw trial. The two who proved victims a search for work. He asked a far- has been able to cure in all Its been favored with local shower, mer for a ride, and, luck favoring stages, and that Is Catarrh. Hall's while there are still of the murderer's gun had been seother section lected as the counsel for his defense. the negro and Uncle Sam, the fanner Catarrh Cure Is the only positive cure which are not o fortunate and are While waiting for the time for his drove past the Phelps home, and' now known to the medical fraternity. suffering for rain, and consequently hearing, procured ,a gun Glovr's heeart leaped to his mouth, C)atarrh being a constitutional treat the condition of their tdbsccocrop Jackson from a comrade on the pretense that when he saw Jackson sitting on the ment. Hall's Cure is taken internally, Is necessarily becoming more acute. "A large part of the early planting he desired to meet a man, who was porch. Knowing the man was armed acting directly upon the blood nnd tampering' with the affections of his and it would be impossible to get mucous surfaces of the system, there was faring very badly, and In many him, the negro went on to by destroying the foundation of the sections cutting became wife. When the prisoner genwas near Terre Haute, and enlisted the aid of disease, and giving .the patient eral In a small way, rather brought before the tribunal for hearbut in such Captain Davis. strength by building up the consti- sections as favored by rains the crop "Rural illiteracy in the South Is ing, he had the gun consealed,. and He .NEWSPAPER SUPPORT. could have killed Jackson easi- tution and assisting nature In doing win doubtless cease firing and likeby some unknown means had become A newspaper, if It has any brains, largely the result of an economic maudlin drunk. While In consulta- ly, and he knew he would have to do ita work. The proprietors have so wise the Planters will discontinue cut conscience and musclle back of it condition and will not disappear un tion with his counsel, he fftew into a this, if seen approaching. He wanted much faltr In Its curative powers that ting, hoping and exjHjoting a fullrr must continually decide between do- til this economic condition changes" rage and began firing. Lieutenant to take him alive, and this is why they offer One Hundred Dollars for development, and a consequnot in declares E. C. Branson, of the state ing its .duty and injuring its pocket, Howard fell dead at the first crack he waited for assistance. Glover and any case to cure. Send for dlst of tes- crease of .yield. The crop had rccachc? In any- position but that of an edl-lp- rt normal school at Athens, Ga. "They of the pistol, and Captain Booe Address: a very crucial tnin .n.t nnn, that fell Captain Davis left Terre Haute, Fri- timonials. my in the south that it' takes 13 F. J. CHENEY & Co., Toledo. O. the public Is able to separate the rains are fallinit mew hoo is In at the second. Uproar and turmoil day night, and came up to the Phelps Sold by Druggists, 75c. the individual home from the collec- months of the vear to raise, nlok nnrt followed the agedy, and during the farm house, before daybreak, Satur jected Into tho farmers as to w crop of cotton. Children tive citizen. But If an editor does market a' Take Hall's Family Pills for consti- provement of conditions excitement, Jackson made, his escape, day morning. of their ear-b- y pation. not please them its at his pockets are useful and in demand throughout The country surrounding the barplanting. When they rapped at the door, the year. The children of the ten they aim. Thus it Is the newspaper "The lato planting will (necessarily racks was searched for a couple of Phelps answered the rap and expresslearn who their friends are. The ant farmer do not have time to go days, when It was concluded the mur- ed surprise at bis early callers. be very much helped by theso rains, to school or so the tenant comSheriff's Sale. man who reads the newspaper and ad and jt should enable the crop to derer had left the country, and Ser- Glover asked for Jackson, and the By virtue of a Judgoment mires It all the year around, yet monly believes." and as- move forward with much more decidgeant Glover, who had shown his abil- uncle, knowing nothing of tho case, sessment In the Ohio Coun- ed progress gives his business. Jo some other conthan in tho past, a thing That the country church can and1 ity In secret service wirl--, v.a" detail- said be was in an adjoining room, in ty Court in an action of c. It. cern, whose, principles or the actions that Is very much needed, because bed. Glover leaped for 'the door, ought to lead In the campaign for ed to chass him. The puit.ner ifa.T.-e- d Rhoods, et al, on of its editor he detests, and the man the direction Jackson hai taken, forced It open, and the next instant, ditch 1 will on thomotion for public on account of the continued drouth iBt day of Sep- tho late planting who never Is a friend to the newspaper better elementary public schools, for and, two days behind h!n.. his pistol was in the faco of the fuhas boon at a standlarger school revenue, for more entember, 1913, at tho court house door still for until he wants a favor granted by some His first stop gitive. Jackson reached for his re- In Hartford, Ky., lightened Ideals of school efficiency, across the country. offer for sale to a very great wecks.whlch has be. he newspaper, is not a friend to the was at Ha'ie, Montana, hlndcranco to It, ami ivnorc lie volver, but he was too late. The negro former newspaper. Admiration alone for larger enrollment, better attend- learned his man was about the coun- had him covered. He gave up and tho highest and best bidder the fol- also greatly endangers tho possibility ance!, and less illiteracy in the rural lowing described tract or parcel of of will not run a newspaper. There it having sufficient time to detry. Jackson also get wind that be this ended the long chase. land bounded as follows: are too many men wh expect an odlot-o- r regions, Is declared in resolutions re- was being chased and made his es velop and mature before After the irons were placed on the the cool cently adopted by a conference on Dy the. lands of John Maddox, to slave in defence of their pet John nights of tho fall and frosts that will cape. He went to Lowlstown, Mon murderer, he said that If he had had Baize, Jhe country church. Mrs. Nora Phillips and tho I. follow. X notions and cooly withhold the butana, with the determined nesro close the slightest chance, he never would C. ,, Railroad Company; containing 10 t Tho quantity of rainfall, so sparsiness support by which alone a counbehind him. have been taken alive; he know that acres; all of which was adjudged Agricultural engineering Is beto ingly and unevenly distributed, will try newspaper can llvo. Glover learned that Jackson was In going back to the barracks, he was a paper having a pub- coming a highly imjwtant subject putting up at a hotol, and entered going to a sure death, notwithstand- be benefited by the establishment of not bo sufficient to last long In aidTalk about agricultural colleges, accordsaid ditch, and which land was us. ing lic duty to peerform, and an editor in the figures tho crop to make the necessary compiled by E. B. the place. Jackson recognized his ing he says ho was drunk and did sessed at J $400, credited by $2CC.C6 rapid having to work for his principles, is ing to strides to development and mavoice, as he spoke out In the hall, not know what he was doing when with 6 per cent penalty on balance. cheap when others sand back and Jenks of tho United States bureau and without stopping turity, so that unless wo have oUwt to dress, leap he committed the crimes. He told of education. Twenty of the state Said property is levied ujon and extend a lukewarm neutrality. The showers as needed from now on tho ed from a second story window In his bis captor of the facts leading up to result is the'edltor may starve while colleges now give specific instruction night clothes. Glover fired a couple the tragedy, and if he is telling the offered for sale as tho property of JMJssibllltles of this cron may be very in this subject for prospective farm J. H J. T. and O. C. Westerfled. laboring for his principles and' the seriously ' curtailed. of shots to frighten him to a stop, truth there will be many other sol- 6U. T. H. BLACK, S. O. C. cause of right and Justice, which they ers. Tho state agricultural college but U Is to be hoped that tho weaththe firing only inspired him to diers suffer as accessories. course in agcause of right and Justice, which of Utah has a er conditions from now on will bo greater speed. Glover said he could The tragedy was the climax of ricultural engineering, and Pennsyladmrie, but do not support. Notice to Trustees. more favorublo than in the parti . vania state college gives a course" In easily have brought him down the mutiny, and it is claimed there was first shot, but that he did not desire much underhanded work leading to. Organization of Division ttnni r ooth for tho welfare of tho fanner Industrial -. engineering, A Republican Leader Views. which Inand manufacturers, for both of these to kill him. When the fugitive had the deed. Jackson is now in the Trustees. Air. Fairbanks on a visit west has eludes farm engineering. gotten a greater distance away he Jail at Terre Haute, and bis captor j Division No. l at Barnetfs nranchces of the industry, in view Ciieck of delvercd several public addresses, tho general conditions, will ne-x- l was afraid to shoot, in fear of hitting is here visiting ils aged mother and Church Monday, Aug. 25, 1013, 9 Notice to Water Users. a. m. all with politics included in his list of available tobacco that can be an innocent person, and Jackson won waning or enters w move ne pris- - Division No. 2. Fordsville school Persons who have hydrants must .subjects. At Omaha be spoke of tbo produced from the limited quantity mm j a re nutu unuilivu UUIIUMIg wuu. V 1 UeBUOy, U. UJ not attach hose and leave water his freedom, but lost bis clothing. future, and flouted the suggestion tha Glover took possession of the cloth will attempt escape if the slglhtest Division No. 6, Centertown srwi planted.'" JMt year's division killed the Repub- running over night, and they are not ing and In a pocket found opportunity is offered, and if the building, Tuesday, 2 p. m. ak A vast amount of ill health Is duo lican party. He thinks there Is life allowed to use same to water gardens. which helped in bringing about the chance .does not appear, be will try Division No. 3, Dunde Bank- buii.i. to impaired Jn he old party yet, and he expects we want everybody to have plenty capture. In this little book was tire suicide. digestion. When the jing, Wednesday, 9 a. ni. tomach falls to perform its functions to boo the organization "couie back" of water, and it is not fair to those address of a Sergeant Glover, wbo has dUtln- - j Division No. , Mt. Pleasant at Cincinnati and sister school Properly the whole system In. the near future. Evidently ho Is living at end or near end of plpo the address of the uncle, John gulshed himself by the long chase building, Thursday 10 a. m. A few draw nt nhambcr- enlisted in the effort to accomplish line to be shut off from tho water Phelps, near this city. Here was the and sensational capture of the mUr- Division No. 5, Green Brier school .iHra's Tablots la all you need. Th , by the constnt waste between them beginning jitot result of the end of tho exciting derer, is 32 years of age, and of fine building Friday, 9 a. m. wrengmen your digestion, inFairbanks helped detach In- and the tank. Unless persons at chase. Close at the heels of the mur- physique. He is six feet tall and All the trustees are urged to bo vigorate your diana from the Democratic party and tend to their hydrants and keep them derer, Glover followed him to Evans-vlll- e, weighs 200 pouads. He was born in 'present liver, and regulate your at these meetlnoi u m, W)Wo1b, entirely doing away ' with attach it to the Republican party, closed over night, we shall be comwhere be knew he had friends. Ohio Co, Ky., but the early years of Information can be trained hv . that miserable faulty where It remained some years. His pelled to shut water off wberover But he eecaped from the pocket city bU life were spent about Clinton, his trustees, that would be nthoru. i., digestion. Try feelini due to reward was, iirst a seat in tne Hen- - wis is neglected. it. Many others bay Respectfully, and went to Cincinnati, with bin parents having moved here, when be impossible to secure. been permanently iAte, and .ttven a term as Kentucky Light & Power Co cured why nix pursuer close on hie trail. Again at vm a child. He baa been In the reg- - , HENRY LEACH Am you? For sale by all daalora. w. to F'airbanks did not change. He wcnt In and caine out a conservative. There was no break with Mr. Koosc NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS vclt. nut the two men did not draw FnbcrilfT dwlritc t! t!irftitto trw togetucr ftn(j jn iqqs jir Hoosevelt ddrm nnt (fire tlie old BildreM In mntlEK the preferred .Mr. Taft to Mr. Fairbanks rtqsMt. Rooserjnollcltd mannnrlpU will not l retorted for the leadership that he, velt, was giving up. Had .Mr. Roosesliwiwcnnir'nriledlijr (inntaire. Asoijmoot communlcntloD will rerelre no velt supported Mr. Fairbanks nt ChiotUBtlon. cago that year, the latter would have been nominated and electtd President. ...... ........iC 3 JteYL 2Uvi Since 1908 Indiana has twice gone Two Republican senaDemocratic. FRIDAY, AUGUST 22 tors have given place to two Democratic senators. Mr. Marshall, on the governor, What lo you think of a man who strength of one election as A Democrat Lord he is Is now will, at the table, tell the govthankful for the things betore him has succeeded Mr. Marshall as soon as he says "Amen" will ernor. but as When Mr. Fairbanks speaks for begin storming about the cooking? harmony, therefore, he knows from It appears that the wife of Con- the lack of it at home Just what gressman R. V. Thomas, of Muhlen-bur- g the party has lost and what is necescounty, Kentucky, believes In sary to restore the lost article. UnitShe has sued the Con- ed, the party in Indiana stood. Dithe recall. gressman for divorce, claiming that vided, it fell. It Is still divided, and for the past several months he has while that condition remains the debeen squandering his estate and has mocracy will have no trouble retaining power. been drinking too heavily. M Fairbanks offers no plans of -- r. A real ncwspaier must be some-thin- k procedure looking to union. He reads like the Apostle had In mind nobody out of the party, and would when he said, "Re all things to men." probably laugh at any attempt to The reporter may not be personally read him out. He simply annonuces a champion of card parties, base faith in the essential soundness of ball, dances or other amusements, the old organization, and a hope that yet they must be recorded; neither it will again become the dominant Is he necessarily a church member Influence in our national life. The because he mentions the good work message from so high a source is of revivals, favors reforms, advocates worthy of attention. Jlaysviile Pubmorality and the prohibition of the lic Ledger. liquor traffic, but prints all things Educational Notes. and all kinds of news. Enlisted men In the American Is it because teachers fall Into mechanical, monotonous ruts of teaching navy serve as teachers In the Island and perform their work In a manner of Guam. and so little school60 school-lik- e Teachers in the Province of Onlike that it never occurs to the pupil that what he learns has any con- tario receive a subsidy of $30 per nection with or application to the year If they maintain a school garthings that occur in everyday life? den. Here we think Is the trouble, and in A egg selling associatbto we should reform. Let each tion, with the schoolhouse as the teacher make his work more and more practical ; let him strive to lift his place for gathering eggs, the chilimplls from their unthinking, unprac- dren to bring them in and the teachtical methods of study; let him give er to supervise sales, is suggested them matter for thought upon the by W. J. Shuford, of Hickory, N. C. simple, common things around them; Of 1,100 cases of removal from let him endeavor to create an intercountry to city personally Investigatest in their minds upon the subjects discussed by older people of the com. ed by T. J. Coates, supervisor of rujnunltyyi let 'htm "be always on" the ral schools in' Kentucky; more than alert concerning current events, so 1,000 were caused toy a desire for that he pay, not only for his own better school, church, and social great benefit, but for bis pupils, advantages. Marked progress In Alabama high let thomknow that there Is something gt&ntf on all the time in the outside schools is reported to the United world; and soon we shall have a race States bureau of education. In 1908 of children in our schools who will there were 50 high schools, few of know more at the age of 12 of .what them with courses of more than 3 years in length, now there are 132 n is practical and useful than our work, know ' when they leave the institutions doing courses. common schools. Address all communications .The Hartford Republican. -chil-dreehigh-school ET"1 office lac of Vice-Preside- b,h th Mr. . 111 Aliny. For Rain to Break Your Wheat Ground With Sergant Glover Captures Murder- er After Traveling dreds of Miles. Hun- THE OLIVER CELEBRATED RIDING PLOW Preparation can begin right now for a bumper wheat crop next year. TJhe Oliver turns the ground better. Hides all the weeds straw or grass better and pulls easier than any other plow made. These are not mere assertions. If you will give us an opportunity we will demonstrate the whole truth of the above statements. Call up and we will send our plow and plow man to see you. E. P. Barnes & Bro., BEAVER KENTUCKY. DAM, - 1 ut r fur-tush- - .' -- day-boo- fa..... becomes-deranged- . "" Vice-Prce- ,it.iijv ttil -- i ajt j .Mt.gnjt-iud!,.,,.- , on I. : . 1 , 4 X Sun Brothers' circus will be In tached to proparlng for the InstiHartford on September 16, and Willi PROFTABLE tute, has been a severe strain on show In the afternoon and evening. him. Mr. It. S. 'Piper, advance agent for Baseball Dope. the how, was In Hartford Tuesday Tho institute this year Is again v making arrangements for advertising, honored by having the presence of M etc. Their adt wljl appear In Tho ReProf. S. W. Taylor, who Is tlll an publican latcf. active teacher In Ohio county, and At a recont meeting of Hartford Bring Held Here by Ghio has already taught 32 years. This Baseball Dope. ,Camp No. 202 Woodmen of tho year ho teaches at Greenbrier. And Seems like the Taylor Mines team County Teachers. World, Mr. Luther King, the also the presenco of Prof. A. II. hag gone Into n winning t ro.il; , tor man, was selected as Council Ross, who taught Prof. Taylor, when they are succeeding In defeating nearCommander, to fill tho unexpired he was going to school. Prof. Ross ly every team they have played for term ot Mr. LesKe Bennett, who has Prof. Green, as Instructor, Cre- has taught for many )ears, and Is tho last several wcekB. moved to Williams Mines, where he Btlll actively engaged In the profesating Interest and Enthusiasm sion. He teaches near Echols this Wednesday afternoon Taylo? Mine has accepted a position. year, an adjoining district to Prof. defeated Hartford here, score 9 to 1. Mrs. Thomas B. Petrlc and daughAmong Teachers Taylor. It had been confidentially expected ters, Misses Leila, 'Mtiy, and Anna that this game would bo a claasy exi null)', of Brazil, Ind., left Wednes day morning for their home, after Instructor Groen has made a de hibition, but Hartford came mighty (By Nantucket.) cided hit with tho teachers, and they near not putting In an appearance spending several weeks here, the The annual Institute of the teach- are unanimous In declaring him the Cundlff's putting tho ball over the? guests of tho former's parents, Judge Fogle. They stopped ers of Ohio county began here Mon- best instructor ever before an Ohio left field fence was the only thing; tjnd Mrs. J. K. day morning at the court house, and county institute. His talks are all that saved the locals from a goosu In Louisville for a few das visit. will continue until this afternoon. to the point, easily understood, and egg. Rlckard and Davis were tho Col. C. M. Harnett, senior editor The session was called to order by beyond all are practical, and tho very battery for Hartford; and Wlthrow left Tuesday of The Republican, Sunt, of Schools Henry Leach, chair- things that are needed to help the and Thorpe for Taylor Mines. Itick-a- rd morning for Los Angeles. California, did not put up his usual good having been summoned there to the man. The exercises opened with a teachers. They appreciate his ability, pitching, however, he Btruck out T prayer by the Rev. W. E. Savllle, and Supt. Leach Is being congratu 1 lot of Ladies' regular 3 50 Slippers in Tan, Gun bedside of his brother, the Itev. G. pastor of tho Hartford Methodslt, lated upon securing the services of men as against six by Wlthrow. M. Barnott, who is critically ill. Hev. Metal and Patent, most all sizes on narrow last, your church. Irs Bessie Wright' of Hor-to- Prof. Green. Barnett visited here for several Sulphur Springs won an easy victory was selected as secretary. The 89c choice while they last weeks last summer, the 'first time for from Hartford at East End park SatInstructor, Prof. R. P. Green, of A home talent entertainment was many years. Our white new Buck Oxfords, regular the faculty of the Western State Nor- given Wednesday evening to a large urday afternoon, when they defeated ' the locals 13 to 7. who has been mal, of Bowling Green, was IntroMiss Gladjs Duke, $2.39 price 3.00 audience. tho guest of her brother, .Mr. Harney duced by Chairman Leach, and de$2.39 Ladies' $3.00 and 3.50 Tan Oxfords When Taylor Mines played Equal E. Duke and wife for several days, livered an address. The enrollment Ohio county continues to hold her Ity last Saturday week, Taylor ninleft Monday afternoon for Hender is as follows: $1.98 Ladies' f2 50 Tan, Gun Metal or Patent position in the first place as having es won 8 to 7 In tho morning game. son, where she will visit her broth Orvlllo Cole, Forest P. Bell, T. M. most beautiful teachers among In 1,39 Ladies' $2.00 Kid Slippers family, be- Wrglbt, Eva Martin, Claude Fraze, the the afternoon game between T. d er, Mr. Rethel Duke and tho fair sex of any county In the Island Station, the Island boys $2.79 Men's Tan and Gun Metal, 3.50 quality fore returning to Louisville to re- Ircne, Ward, W. R. Carson", Dudley State. lost 4 to 5. The Sunday following; sume her work with tho Cumberland Westcrfield, L. C. Taylor, Harriett $3.29 Oxfords Our $4.00 Men's guaranteed Patent Island was defeated hy T. M. score IS people. MIdklff, Twenty Dollars in Gold. 39c, 79c, $1.19 and 81.59 ft Mr. U. S. Carson and family and Wedding, Tllford Chapman, Eugene Children's Slinners to 6. At Center-towlast Saturday, Mabel Ernest Hintom, Will be given by W. E. Ellis, the Equality defeated Taylor Mines 12 Duke, of this city, at Cooper, J. T. Hoagland, Dessie MIdjMlss Vertia Lonnle Owen, produce merchant of Hartford, at the to 4. Owing to sickness five of tha tended tno surprise uirtnuay oinner klff, Stella Stinnett, given for Mrs. Jose Duke at the Marshall Crowe, George Wedding, Ohio County Fair, for best saddle T. M. Players were absent. sex, any residence of Mr. Ab. Westcrfield, Marvin Hoover, A. C. Baughn, Ethel and harness horse, either Hartford defeated the Institute: Muffett, Myrtle Burdett, Hester Tier-ne- age, fed on Arab Horse Feed bought Dundee, Monday. Mrs. Duke was day, and all Griffith, Ruth Loyd, Rho-d- a of him. Must enter contest by Sep- boys at East End park Tuesday afight years old that Will goods. Whltehouse, Arthur Whltehouse, tember 1, 1913. First prize is '15.00, ternoon, 12 to 0. Spalding did the of her children and grandchildren 5tC. pitching for Hartford and Westerfleld were present, oxoept her son, Mr. Fount Crowo, Robert Rusher, Rosa second best, $5.00. prices, alfor the Institute. Brown, Jessie Marlow, Trlsler' Hed-deH. O. Duke and family. WhlttinghUl, Dexter Morris Pay Your Taxes. Mr. Earl Barnes purchased the so Hartford will play Taylor Mine Grace business of Mr. Herbert Gentry, Everett Sehroader, Taxes for the year 1913 arenow here Saturday afternoon, and on SunWhlttlnghlll, Estill Howard, Esther Cbinn Tuesday and took charge that due and we are ready to receive day afternoon play at Taylor Mines. day. He will continue to run this Cambron, Hattie Weller, Lula MId- same. Owing to a new law passeu Tom Hamilgood standard, and Mr. klff, Warren Stewart, place on it's during the last Legislature, relative Barnes .will certainly make good. ton, Zona Robinson, Maudo Miller, to preparing the receipts, all taxes FOR FLETCHER'S While young In years, he is a fine J. C. Lawrence, Mattle Wilson, Mack will have to be paid at the office. So artln, J. C. Jackson, Dena Graves, business man, and will make his please call and pay your taxes at mark In the business world. He is Arthur Minton, Mary Lambert, Jesse your earliest convenience. will T. Ford, Earl Miller, Walter Myers, assisted by .Mr. Fred May, who T. H. BLACK, -Lula MIdklff, Cora Thomamsaon, Otis 2tf. be with him until school commences. Sheriff Ohio County. Stevens, Winnie Raines, .., Bertha . rrt i Westerfleld, Isabel , Thomas, M. A third car of Arab since June 23, 1,.Embry. Magisteral District Convention. LlUIe Elsler, Ray Cook, L 1913. lfyou are In. need of Arab, you The Republican voters of the now, as l can. t had better order keep it In stock. Will likely be out Crowder, Frank .Wright, Martha Rockport Magisterial District and alf before another car arrives. Special Sanderfur, Lee Alford, Version Crow- persons who intend to support the prices by the ton for cash. Don't der, Rgdmon Ferry. Mrs. Annie Republican ticket at the coming Noget Arab confused with other alfalfa Christian, Mrs, Mary White, Mayme vember election, are hereby called &- - Stevens, the feeds. Arab contains jio screenings Crdwder, L. C. Smith, Henry Porter, to meet in their respective-precdnc- ts Messrs. Jackson Roy 'Stewart. merchants of Cromwell,' were pleas- or anj Worthless" material. SoM by Wright. Harry B. H. Morris. Bessie at 1 o'clock on Saturday, 30th day of Annls. CUffe Felix. August, 1913 for, purpose, of 'selectProduce, Merchant, office yesterday. W. E. ELLIS, ant callers at this 6t4"., (Ezra'Crowier, Everett Llles, E. S ing delegates to attend" the district FRIDAY. AUGUST 2L Mr. Duncan Hamilton, of Green- Hartford. Howard. Shelby Shultz- - Leslie Mil convention, to be held at Rockport ville, who has been the guest M About three o'clock yesterday after- ler,' Earl" Smith, Bessie Baize, Mrs on the 1st day of September, 1913; Mr. Douglas Felix, will return home noon Hartford and surrounding coun S. O. Keown, Verda Loyd, S. W. to nominate a candldate-fo- r Justice of M.B.&E. lailroad Time Takle today. try was given a tremenduous rain, Taylor, Corinne Woodward. John H. the . Peace on the Republican ticket', gully washer, Allen, Harry Leach, O. H. Park, Mtss Leila Glenn will entertain a a real old fashioned at Hartford, Kyi to be voted for at the November elec few of her friends Friday morning that continued for several minutes. Aaron ft. Rose, Ruth Ilammons, tion, .1913, In place of George M. N. time card effective Monday for the .guests of Miss Mary Eliza- It also grew very dark at that time. Mary Johnson, Mae Hazelrigg, Ethel L. ft WSH- F-? Maddox, Sr.. deceased, who was nom f Aug. 21st. beth FeUx. This was the first good rain in this Raines, Erdine Bunch, Frank Miller, inated at the recent primary election be No. 112 North Bound due 7:19 a. m. Just opened a new lot of Percals section for many weeks. A telephone Anna Carter, O. D. Carson, SalMe for said of flee "at said election; The. No dally except Sunday. will ftvirt yew Ginghams just the thing for message was received here about 2:15 Crowe, Ruth Hunley, Addle B. Tay- (various precincts will be eniittted and saying that a big cyclone was going lor, Ethel Rowe, Ida Barnard, Mrs: 114 North Bound due 1:16 p. m. school dresses. delegate,.' to, each. 25 votes or And No. fee . through the city of Owensboro. Tele- Mae Foreman, Dona Hoover .Clar- to one thereof cast CARSON & CO. k dally except Sunday. recant fraction at the "" phone service io that city was put ence Royal, O. W. Wallace, Myrtle Miss Mary Elizabeth Felix enterNo, 116 South Bound due 8:45 a. m. extent of the Turley, O. O. Williams, Sherman Republclan primary, election. Pre- We usually Nisy tained Friday night with a lawn fete. oui of service, and the cincts will be entitled to the followdally except Sunday. known. Taylor, Belle Berryman, Lula Har- ing vote under this call: Simmons, Many young people were present damage by storm is not As busy 113 South Bound due 1:46 p. m. No. s Judge W. B. Taylor died at his din,1 Ulri. Ida Barnard, H. E. Brown, 2; Cool Springs 2; McHenry 4; N. and a wecy pleasant time was spest. dally except Sunday. lihe postofflce at Pleasant Ridge home near McHenry, at t o'clock Raymer Tinsley, A. E. Ellis, W. F. Rockport 6; South Rockport 5. Total The H, E. MISCHKE, Agt. discontinued during the past Sunday morning. For several months Anderson, Anna E. Foster, Hattie 19. Necessary to a choice 10. was We OTTO C. MARTIN week. The patrons of that office have he had been a sufferer of kidney Glenn, Mary Marks, Ozna Shultz, Ch'm'n. Rep. Ex. Com. placed on a rural route start- trouble and complications. His re- Mrs. I. S. Mason, Ismay Mason, Fred Ice Cream Served very Sunday Mrs. While Is the guest of her been mains were taken to the Taylortown Shultz, Mrs. J. H. Loyd, Mae Rogers, RAMEY E. DUKE. ing from Llvla. parents Capt. and Mrs. S. K. Cox. church burying grounds, and burled Mrs. Myrtle Armendt, Mrs. Anna Sec'y. Rep. Co. Ex. Com. We are receiving dally New Fall Mrs. s. K. Cox Is the guest of her by Rev. R. D. McFerran, Abble Whlttlnghlll, V. M. Will open this week mew there, after services C. E. Rogers, of Elk- - Goods. daughter, Mrs. Bennett, at 11 o'clock Monday morn- MeBeley, R. D. Robertson, Mrs. BerComing! Shoes for Men, Boys, Ladles and tha Sanderfur, Ellis Sanderfur, Ar-bton. HARTFORD BAKERY Sunday and for school ing. Judge Taylor served one term The Ohio County Fair, Sept. 24, county. accepted a Children for Brown, Hortense Moseley, Clyde Mr. William Hines has i county .judge of Ohio CARSON & CO. wear. 25, 26 and 27, 1913. Now Is the ' position as fireman for the Hartford Judge R. R. Wedding succeeding him. Mitchell, J. W. Kirk, Eunice Shultz, V. 0. Schlemrjqer, Prop. I am ready to Insure your horses, During his term of public office he Russell Cooper, Mrs. Alice Bosket, opportune .time to commence preMill Co. Jacks, mules and cattle against death made hundreds of friends all over Lyman' Barrett, "Eva Thomasson, paring your stock. Don't put It off. HARTFORD, Ky. MIbb Rebecca Shultz. of Llvermore, You can not feed them on any from any cause. the countygwho regret his death. He Stanley Phillips, A. P. Boswell, Dev-e- rt visited Miss Leila Glenn Sunday and E. E. BIRKHBAD, Moseley, J. W. Odell, A. H. Ross, better feed than Arab Horse Feed, years old and leaves a was slxty-sl- x Monday. Agt. Ky. Live Stock Ins. Co. wife, two daughters, one son, two Minnie Baugh, F. L. Sanderfur, W. sold by W. E. ELLIS, Produce Mer62tf. Prof. Lawrence Gary, of Louisiana, chant, Hartford, Ky. 6t4. I am ready to Insure your noises, brothers, and three sisters. The Re- R. Hedrick, C. B. Shown, Alice was a pleasant caller at this office, death publican Joins the many friends Keown, Prof. J. Logan Stlllwell, jacks, mules and cattle against Wednesday. . Letter From a Republican. of the family in deepest smiathy Prof. Dudley Tanner, Jessie Raley, from any cause. N. Embry, the painter, is Mr. J. Hartford, Ky., R. 5, Aug. 19. Mary Qulsenberry. in their berearemeiy BIRKHEAD, E. E. building. painting the Republican Editors The Republican, Agt. Ky. Live Stock Ins. Co. 52tf. Death of Mrs. G. B. Likens. on Center street. The primary election has come and INSTITUTE NOTES. Misses MabelleCooior and Joslo Dr. E. W. Patterson delivered a gone and there is more than usual Mr. HerberTFellx arrived last week Mrs. "Ruth C. Likens, wife of Hon. Whltosvllle, arrived Helm, of near from Lexington to be the guest of in Hartford Monday to be the guests G. B. Likens, assistant auditor of lecture on Degenercy Tuesday even soreness among both the Democrats and the. Republicans, but here in relatives and friends. Kentucky, died at the Hazelwood ing. of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Howard for a Bartletts precinct, where I have livSaturday Miss Ismay Mason, of Beaver Dam, week and attend .the Teachers Insti- Sanltorlum at Louisville, There are 156 teachers enrolled this ed and voted for a great many years, night, after suffering for several Mrs. Ernest Wood-Woo- d la the guest of tute. year. Last year there were 148 enfind the greatest amount of disMonths of tuberculosis. ward thlsweek; of the contractors not satisfaction among the Republicans. Her remains were brought to Hart- rolled. the On account Attorney Ernest Woodward, of getting the Hartford College .building We old Mne Republicans were promisMonday afternoon on the L. & local bar, went to Lyon county on ready by September 1st, the Board ford N. and were taken direct to the Miss Ora L. Adams, Supt. of Mer- ed something like a fair division of legal business yesterday. of Education has announced that Presbyterian church, where Impres- cer county schools, delivered a talk the nominees on the ticket. But what Miss Orrejl Flelden, who has been school hero will not begin until about sive funeral servclea were conduct- Wednesday on Woman Suffrage. She do we get? One man, the candidate That Is what the IT, S: agricultural visiting at Mt. Pleasant, and Colum- September 15. A place that ed by, tho Rev. Dr. Eberhard, of was sent Ijere at the request of Mrs. for Representative. have done with bran. To bia, Tenn.. returned home this week, WANTED Reliable, energetic man Frankfort. Quite a number of friends Desha Breckinridge, of Lexington, pays practically nothing. If the Re- sta,tions results of the various practical demreturned to his to sell Lubricating oils, greases and of the family met the remains at Ky., who is in charge of the cam- publicans had been given the county Mr. B. F. Gray onstrations have gone to prove the home. In Beaver Dam Tuesday, after paints In Ohio and adjacent counties. After .the- funeral services, paign. In Kentucky for woman suf- clerk and jailer there would have great value of bran, especially when his daughter, Mrs. Salary or Commission. Si visit here with frage. According, to comments on been no kick coming, but there was the remains were Interred at fed DOAN OIL & PAINT CO., H. E. Brown. The floral offerings were beau- Jk,lss Adams' talk there are only a evidently a slate made up by someIN CONNECTION WITH CORN' ' body. It looks like ring work to the of Cleveland, Ohio. Ctl. tiful and many, and the large audi- few Ohio county teachers who are Mr. and" Mrs. E. Y. Allen, barley or oats. If you are short on fellows out In the country. We have was given yes- ence attested the high regard for Airs. favoring woman suffrag.o Ky., will arrive today to A delightful plc-n1 you should try bran, can M. terday bv Miss Mary Elizabeth Felix Iftkens by the people of Hartford. been hoping that everything would feed be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. supply your wants and quote special ' "Woodward. In addition to her husband, Mrs. I Miss Bessie Wright, of Horton, Is turn out right and fair but there is prices. 0L$ Mr. , Douglas Felix for their thick disappointment everywhere The ' Miss Gala Bennett has returned to Kueam -- iuioacn vun, I'wvam anil H Likens leaves two boys, Edward, 12, ably filling the secretary's position. lnn M.l. ,jwi u..u v... Shipment of Bran Just received. Tha only way that this dissatisfaction The Frank D., aged 1; one daughter Ala Washington nolghbor and' Mr. Duncan Hamilton. pure wheat product. her home In the Supt. Leach has been feeling In- can be cured is for some one or two Miss crowd left about 10 o'clock on a rlam, 7, and two brothers, Jobn M. hood after a week's visit with Louisville; J. N. Combs, disposed a greater part of the ses- on the ticket to withdraw and let boat and landed several miles down Combs, Zula May Howard, city. O. M. sion. He- - has not fully recovered from the true Republicans have represenOsteopath, is at the the river. .A delightful lunch was Nashville: one Bister, Mrs, 'Dr. Wilson, Respectfully, ultz, Llvermore, and an aunt, who his campaign for the Republican tation. and the tw&jmfatyui M Th Produoe Merchant. Commercial .Hotel at Hartford every served A TRUE BLUB REPUBLICAN, jmred ber,' Mrs. .Rebecca Vaught, of nomination for superintendent, and vv uutun HARTFORD, - KENTUCKY Friday from 12 o'clock Darning aau uiu,er Tuesday and "' (Paid Advertisement. 6tl.) (together wltw Jhe strenuous work at- LlVennore. 71-- " w. menu. nopa .until 7 .o'clock p. m. SLIPPER SALE INSTITUTE .- While our stock of Men's, Ladies' and Children's Slippers was greatly reduced during our recent sale, we want to reduce it still more, so for the next ten days we will give you re the following low prices. '. M-.n Extre Special n, There are several months yet that you sixty-e- y, Remember can wear the above you are getting them at reduced n, that IT PAYS TO TRADE WITH res-taura- nt A HOUSE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY. JzSb ' Children Cry CASTOR1A Bakery .vi,.i fr h! Make a Trip to Our -- Hartford Republican. afrid Don't one you'll not delayed. as can be; yon But little tots manage to see. are le - Tested Its Yaiue i - Oak-woo- d. lc -- W. E. ELLIS , ''mn : JasMt3SKJSrST.T"" IFAST TRIP THROUGH Enable Tourist, BRITAIN,' MISSIVES If In He LONG IN TRANSIT H0U0AN FOWL IS ECONOMIC Not Only Is It Excellent Table Breed, , but la Also Qood Layer of Eggs and Nonsltter. Of all the French breeds the Houdan Is undoubtedly the most economic. Not only is It a good table breed hen judged by the quality of Its sh, t u is an excellent, layer oi good plied white eggs, and is a non sitter. Newer breeds of fowls which Sheriffs Sale. of a Judgment and assessment rendered in the Qhlo County Court In an action of c. R. Ithoads, t al, on motion for public ditch, I will on the 1st dn of September, 1913, at tho court house door In Hartford, Ky., offer for Kilo to tho highest and beet bidder the fol Mowing described tract or parcel of land bounded as follows By the lands of Wm, Ureer, Fmnk Reynolds, Sim Rlcliards and Foster Reynolds; containing 73 acres, all of which was Adjudged to be benefited by the establishment of said ditch, and which land was assessed nt ?440, ' with 6 jer cent: ponally, Said proKrty Is levied wpon end offered for sale as the property of John Coleman. 5t3. T. H. BIJCK-- , S. O. By virtue Directory ' OJvlo CoMjity Ity; Wanes, to "Do" the Island the Course of Seven Days. Correspondence 8ent From Paris During Siege Took Years to Reach the Consignees. What would Americans say If they received mall matter that had been delayed in transit for a lifetime 7 In France, a few years ago, letters tor' were delivered to as 300 persons many of the addressees as were Hv tkot who want to" Ree the country , Ing that had been mailed fears be- n a qurry. 'jounit agents say mai rore. uney were uenverea, moreover, . ....- a 1.1., 11.1. Hi. .1 on wjin aynpr- i - f n ,1.. J SIPJS iuX"lC"x IfjM. Indeed H was lIP American who though the distance between the send- ' ' er and the receiver was in many cases Jinrt suggested It. .Assuming that the tourist begins only a few miles. i During the siege of Paris by the his 'trip on Xtonday, he devotes that day to the show places of London, Germans in 1870 the postofflce adminwinding up with a theater In the eve-ta- istration hit upon the expedient. In ad On Thursday he goes to Winddition to the balloons, of inclosing let-- . sor and Hampton Court and on his ters in small zinc glomes, water tight return to London has time to go to a and her.raejycalljr fjpaledj, and dropping music hall. On Wednesday he leaves them into the telne. There They float- London for Peterborough, sees the ed, If they were not caotuTed fey the cathedral and got to York at three Hermans, down the river to the French ""VaTIasX here. a njt stretched across i U.ne"s Jprk the tourlsthas plenty of the river gathered them in, and they time' to vlglt the Minster and other ( wjre sent on their way, Unfortunately for the French, the historic buildings before catching "the" the character of Jhl&SmlZ Hamhurjrij. He cogches ' Jermam djecovered as they could not "through "the Trossachs and takes these zinc floats, and teamer through Loch Katrine and hope to see and fish outjbjr prdjpary. Loch Lomond. Then the train to means all the letters that went down ' Glasgow. thus they stretched acrow the river, After dinner the hustler takes the at Villeneuve Saint Georges, a "net of night train out of Glasgow by way of their own and effectually stopped this Asdrossan to Belfast, reaches Dublin Bystem of postal communication. In the afternoon and takes the night The zinc balls and their use were pretty nearly forgotten, when, some train to Klllarney. years ago, a fisherman found in the -- . Seine, near Villeneuve, a queer looking WENT DEEPLY INTO DETAILS globe of zinc. With a large knife he opened It, and found 300 letters, still Identification That Undoubtedly Was tegiblle, and all dated December, 1870.-ThComplete, but Could by No Means were delivered to the postal au- Be Called Complimentary. jj tborjtjes, and after this long wait In we river weni n meu- way. iue Stephen Haegen, manager of a Bunday Magazine &. Harlem bank, at a dinner recently told , . ui ioiiowing unecuuie; many yearn ago. while spending a vacation in a COLORS NOT BORNE IN WAR. . city in the upper part of the state, he J visited some friends in a bank. While ' British Troops Go Into Action With- out the Inspiration of the Regi woman 'there be saw a severe-lookin- g mental Colors. XMve up to the teller's window and request that a small check be cashed. She asked the man in the cage to The colors of the British army are edges call np the person from whom she had made of silk, with r. received the check and he would and cords and tassels of crimson and . gold, mounted on a staff eight feet The teller called un the man and seven Inches long. asked him to describe the woman. He To Insure their absolute correctness did so in the following manner: "Sh$ g matters of detail and pattern, an looked like the crankiest person in official of the Heralds' College acts world. She was dressed in the , as "inspector of colors." He has to j&shion of about five years ago. T furnish drawings and designs, and Is Jbtak flheis an ojd cat. She wore a ' responsible that an unauthorized de- -. Mj3 straw hat, but then it may be parture is made from them. . simntto, and II, Jhjnkshe Plnts. he,, Bveiy'lnTantry "batSHon haa two v' wore two lake aiamona rings, uooa- - i colon "the wing's" and "the regiWy, oM man.- - mental." The former is always of the same pattern, and shows the anion jack on a blue ground, while the lat Tree Bark Blankets. Tkoy'have, trees for blankets in ter has a wreath. of roses, shamrocks T. iiilni mnA thftv Itlra thAtn tfw ' and thistles, with the regiment's motto Tbey are fond of, the firm touch of and crest, surrounded by a list of the. uwau ju ymvu n (bo bark against them aa uiey i vwriyuu uuu-ioHow to "do" the British Isles In a reek Is the latest scheme for hustlers. A dash around London, a flying descent on one or two cathedral cities, race through Scotland and a glance At Klllarney this what Is open to L5J!tf3. g. ' iAt 2'"FT5Rjit ey - araj gold-fringe- d iden-ifcjio- -'- - I xhe a probably think they 'aero In covering," and .we doubtless wake up In a much 441 enetf condition If we slept under .M. wood covering. I native' Indiana are moat --.k Satthe ihT.U.Hr .MAntlnr n 1 Jamb ! . a' traveler and lecturer, who .. iv"r"rr" a reoeauy returneq irem.mo W vroaM I 1 Regimental colors are no longer car " ried Into action, but are now left hind at headquarters when a battalion proceeds on service. This has been the rule.slnce taeBoer war in 1881., J. couple 'of yearanrllif 1$" young offl eers 'of the 80Uth Wales Borders were. Shed while endeavoring to pre- ? vent the colors, of whlch they bad charge, from falling into the hands of Tae blankets are made from the, the enemy at the battle pt Isandhlwana. iswfc of a tree which la cut particulareKd&W ly tain. It is pounded and moistened Japaness Like Other BablsA. ad then pounded some more and put, There Is a mistaken but popular bet Into the sun to dry. And a most tealrable and economical blanket it is, lief that a Japanese baby never cries. lasting anywheres from two to five There is really no reason why he yean. should. Replete with nourishment and rarely denied a wish, he blossoms like a wild rose on the sunny side of "His Goose Is Cooked." , The expression, "his goose is cook- the hedges, so sweet and so unreed," appears in various forms, and strained. His life is full of rich and varied insnoann that his cause is ruined. It turn some reference to the common terests. From bis second day on tied tat erroneous opinion that "goose' is earth, under safely to his mother's an overcoat made for two, with "fool." The idea back TBOnymouB baa crept Into more than one language he finds amusement for every waking and "will not down." It is generally hour in watching the passing show. He enderstood that "cooking his goose" is Is the honored guest at every family a phrase which originated when the picnic No matter what the hour or Idas of Sweden, on approaching a hos- the weather, he is the active member tile town, excited the contempt of the In all that concerns the household inhabitants by the smallness of his amusements or work. From his perch he participates in army. To express this they hung out a goose for him to shoot at, whereup- the lite of the neighborhood, and is a on the king set fire to the town to part of all the merry festivals, that turn the streets Into fairyland. Later, "cook their goose." bis playground is the gay market place or the dim old temples. Francis LitProved Truth of Answer. visit to St. Louis, Archbishop tle, in tho Century Magazine. On a flyan, a noted Philadelphia prelate, Question of Degree. rode In a carriage to the parochial On a writ of error to the supreme residence with Bishop Olennon, who is rather diminutive in size and of slight court of one of the territories, counsel build, especially in the stomachic re- tor plaintiff in error sharply criticized! gions, while Archbishop Ryan Is tall the rulings of the trial judge. When and very robust. As they alighted from the counsel for the defendant In error the carriage, Archbishop Ryan said to began Mb reply, the following took "Bishop Giennon, I place: feUi companion: "May it please your honon, before1! oaee was asked to explain the differfinish my argument, I think 1 can show ence between a bishop and an p you that the trial judge was not aa I answered" (and the extended bis arms in a semi-circl- e crazy as counsel on the other side from,nlB own healthy body, at would make him out to be." By a member of the court: "Let am bo aaaae time glancing rather sharply at Bishop fllennoa), "The difereace understand you; you admit the fact of insanity of the trial judge, but deny to ail In the arch.'" Its degree?" Case and Comment Ad Astra far RsparUs. sirtlt, but Pslntsd. "All right," said Cbollie, as bs A young, practitioner, bad one tits aisiseU together after her bad thrown him out "of the Mesosge patient an oM wqsaaa who 'I'll have you iadloted for was practically oa the frje listbut who registered more, kicks taaaall "Assault aad battery, I presumer the other patients put together. ay she called to roast him for mat jjsisjMd the old gentlaman. "Mat oa your life," said Caoltte.. shcrwter,UB''wkWse saBsd'hha toe eaaTa-fcrtTodsr the Bbsrasaa aet ywr daaab-4- r algatbsfor. "You night," 'aba ' saaf awl I wars aboat to awap vows, other 'patients at y can't 'you oats' wbaa mti thai kick of yours was 'distinctly' plaial,-Ma6iwbI send tier. youT,T, Ain't fmy pssasr.as; to rssaratat f trader Aadv.tbe'.oM aaaa.wasso plsassd good as the atoay that th'ss ,rlh "J dsa' know, dfeat rsfeatsd aad tbo neat day Us' people, pay" yeuTu ssjsnsjsMsat, was ' anaousesa. Har--, na'aay answered the doctor, ifsatly. "1 have sever seen any of years." tW Weekly. -- " a judge'nibu.t and assessment rendered in the Ohio County Court in the action ol C. R. Rhoads, W h, on Motion for Public Ditch I will on the 1st day of September, 1913, at the court house door In Hartford, Ky., offer for sale to the highest and best bidder the fol lowing described tract or parcel of land bounded as follows: By the lands of S. L. Phillips. Wm. Greer and Henry, Lpyd; containing 17 acres, 42 of which wo adjudgeM to be lit'liBUiWl by the teutbllshmenl of said ditch, and Vicb land was assessed at $3Sft.W, Credited by $2.12-- . with 6 tw c9art tcnnlty on balance. TO DESTROY NOXIOUS WEEDS Said ltrnptVty Is levied upon and offered VoV sole as the property 'of 8uccess of Rotation of Cultivated the 'ffrirs of Frank Coleman, deCrops Depends Entirely Upon Perceased. sistency of Cultivation. &3. T. H. BLACK, S. 0. C. A good system of rotation, that inSheriff's Sale. cludes cultivated crops, offers the tfest By virtue of a judgement and asmeans of combating the ct&mon weeds; but its success is afmost en- - sessment rendered In Ohio County Court in on action of C. R. Rhoads, et al, on motion for Public Ditch I will on the 1st day of September, 1913, at the court house door in Hartford, Ky., offer for sale to the highest and beet bidder the following described tract or parcel of land bounded as follows: By the lands of J. P. Rhoa.de J James Miller heirs, W. C. White And S. P, Whitely; containing 40 acres; 35 of which wlU be benefited ;by the establishment of sold ditch, rid whic land was aasessed at '$490, credited by $280, with C pfer cent dn balance. Said property is ieVled upon and offered for ale as 'fM property of the heirs of Cecil McEtroy. :.. Field Dodder. M3. T. S. O. C. tlrely dependent upon the manner ahn persistency with which the toll la cultivated. To Insure treasonable & By, vlrtife 'of a judgment and. ascess, the disk and the.hjn'Bn'ffuTa sessment 'rendered fn Vho Ohio Counfrequently" while the NyWafc be used In an taction of C. R. mtHttk ty, CoUft are still small, and the 'crops growing should be given 'frequent Viiil Rhoads, et tO, W. motion for Public tivatlon. ", piMh '1 wftl id 'the 1st day of SepFortunately, the same'ttllag opera- tember, 1913, at tho court house door tions that are used in 'putting the ''oil In HnrtWrd, 'Ky., offere for sale to in a condition to recefye'ami .conserve the 'lighet and best bidder the folrainfall, to prepare seedrhed,'and lowing ti&crlbcd tract or parcel of to liberate plant t6od,(.are 'ilkewWs. ta'n'd 'txnfaded as follows: useful in combating weeds. 6trtded by the Jands of W. Cole- frfan. J. D. Ralph, Pete Kelley and Mr. W. S. Gunaalus; a farmer Hv- - W.P. Howard; containing 300 acres, lng near Flentffeg, Pa., sas he has 1B0 acres of which was adjudged to' used ChamerlaJn's Colic, Cholera au te benefited by the establishment ' Diarrhoea Remedy In his family 'rtor of said ditch, and which land wan fourteen jears, and that 'he ''n-o- e scsscd at $500 with 6 per cent penfound it to be an excellent" re&edy. alty. and takes pleasure in recomiiiehMbig Said property is levied upon and m. offered for sale as the property of it. For sale by alt dealers. Sam N'eal. 5t3. T. H. BLACK, S. O. 'C. ' " By virtue of have been Introduced during recent years have rather overshadowed It, but few if any of thefie Clifty claim to suDerlorftyovcr (t In utility points. No doubl tno crest had Jpueb to do with the decline suffered by the Ilou-damany poultry keepers no caring for crested fowls, owing lo the fact that x$ weather the head adorn-nlenU got saturated and caused colds among; the birds, but a title consideration for them in the way of shelter during Deriods of rain would have mln. Tmfzed any prejudice against them concerning wet crests and colds. When the Houdan stood high in popular favor there were fewer or no scratching-Insheds in existence, and they either had to face the weather, when such was Inclement, or idle anfinl flTn !r-terlor of the, rootling house, and no wonaer many uiras, ana especially me crested. Ones', often got saturated with rain and caught cold and contracted roup. Today every well arranged poultry yard has its scratbhlng-shed- s or day shelters to which the fowls can resort in bad weather, and oh that account the Houdan might be given a better position than it feow occupies among utility poultry. The crtBlof the Houdan Is n advantage rather than a disadvantage, inasmuch as it guards the head of the bird against the severest frost during the winter time, and thus it improves the fowl as a winter layer. Rightly bred, fed and sheltered the Houdan Is a good, winter egg producer, ; -- that hard working One Of the most common aVWftents potipK; WYc afflict- ed with Is lame back. Apply Chambcr-tiin'- B Liniment twice a day and massage t'lio parts thoroughly nt each application, and you will get quick relief. For sale by alt dealers. m. "Sheriff's Sale. y . Circuit CourtT. F. Blrkhcad, COUNTY HOARD OF EDUCATION. Judge; Ben D. Rlngo, Attorney; W. Henry Leach, Chairman, Hartfurcli P. Alldklff, Jailer; E. U. BarrnBS, Ky. Clerk; E. E Blrkhcad, Master Com1. L. B. Tlchenor, Hartford, R. F. missioner; R. T. Collins, Trustee D. No. C. Jury Fund: T. H. Black, Sheriff, 2. E. C. Hnrtford, Reynolds, Ky. Hartford. Deputies S. O. Kcown, 3. M. S. Patterson, Olaton, Ky. Beaver Dam; O. P. Jones, Route 5, 4. B. L. Alford, White Run, Ky. Hartford; W. 0. Earp, Rosine. Court 5. Richard Plummer, Tnjlor Mines, convenes first .Monday in .February Kentucky. and continues three weeks; third .Monday In April, two weeks; third Monday in October two weeks. XVXBBr.OSfJ&Si County Court R. R. Weddlnc. Judge; W. S. Tlnsley, Clerk; C. E. Smith, Attorney, Hartford. Court convenes first Mpnday in each month, Quarterly CouHDtfiiiiB on the Law Attorney fourth 'iMontlav in February. May. Autfttt Rnd November. HARTFORD, KY. V ftr-cnt fMo Into Pnnunnfia a v uiuiiiio viiTuvo iiidv Tuesday In January and first Tuci1- - Will practice his, vroteuVM iQ Uk uay in October. and adjoining, countica, commersial Other Countv Officers C. S. Mox- - and CsunlPiu ITacticn a specialty. ley, Surveyor, Fordsille, Ky., R. F. D. No. 2; Bernard Felix, Assessor, Hnrtford, Ky., R. F. D. No. 2; Henry Leach, Superintendent, Hartford; Dr. A. B. Riley, Coroner, Hartford. Law JUSTICES' COURTS. HARTFORD, KY. Tuesday Lcsllo Combs. Hnrtford, after 3rd .Monday in March, Tuesday Mmnb. w. H. BanwB and C. E. after 3rd Monday in June, Tuesday Snjltii announce that tiwy liavo form-- a alter 3rd Monday in September, Tuespartnuh!j) for the e:iral jwnc- day after 3rd Monday In December. John 11, Miles, Rckport, Friday tfee of law, excifpt criminal and dlvor after 3rd Monday in March, Friday oasop, Mr. Smith being County Attor after 3rd Monday in June, Friday ney is iHwentod from procD'clng sch after 3rd Monday In September, Willi lndivldwUly Friday after 3rd Monday In De- ccaous. Mr. Barn cember. In aocuK eucii practloe. Ofiloa O. E. Scott, Cromwell, Wednesday Hartford Rcnublicaa building, Hert after 3rd J)onday In March, Wed- ford, K- ' .,, , , ,r nesday after 3rd Monday In June. Wednesday after 3rd Monday In SepT tember, Wednesday .after 3iu Mon-Ja- y iu Decern dr. D. John H. Miles. Itdckliufl. Vrldny ! aitcr ;:ra Monday n Alnrcb, Frcay Attorney Law auer jru sionuay in June, Fridaj KY. HARTFORD, after 3rd Monday in September, Friday after 3rd Monday in December. UEAVRlN--' J. C. JacKfcon, Centertown, Ril ASSOCIATED WITH M. L. urday htter 3rd Monday in Vch, This office is equipped for hand-- 1 Saturday after 3rd ,Monday In June, Saturday after 3rd Monday h Sep- ling Commercial Law and Collection tember, Saturday after 3rd Monday Items as well as other legal and litigated matters. Practice In all the in December. M. C. Cook, Renfrow, Tuesday af courts. Prompt and vigorous service. ter .ionaay in March, Tuesday after 2nd Monday In May, Tuesday M. L. Hea rln's Office. after 3rd Monday In August, Tuesday after 2nd Mow day in November. Thomas Sanders, Olaton, Wednesday after tiro second Monday In March, Wednesday after 2nd Monday in May, Wcflncsday after 3rd Monday In August, Wednesday after 2nd MonOhio County day in November. HARTFORD, KY. Graxft Pollard. Fordsville. Tuesday after 2nd Monday In March, Thurs- - AH Matters Given Prompt Atten-tiooay aiter 2nd Monday in May, ThursPENSION AFFIDAVITS day after 3rd Monday in August, Thursday after 2nd Monday In No- SPECIALTY. vember. J. L. Patton. RalDh. Friday after 2nd Monday in March, Friday after 2nd Monday In May. Friday after 3rd .Monday in August, Friday after 2nd Monday, in November. ' I AM HARTFORD POLICE COURT. C. M. Crowe. Judite: John B. Wil To do any kihd of VcterinaJ son, City Attorney;' J. P.. StarehB, work. Horses, mules and Marshal; Qourt contenes second Monday Iff each month'. cows need not die for want of City Councll- -J. H. William. May Calls answered attention. or; R. TvCoJlj.rGrerkr&.'P. Thomday'or night. as, Treasurer. Members of Council Robert HbOvfef, PI B. Taylor. J. H. B. Carson, . P. Moore, Fred XJdoper, -- Davenport, Warrcfi county-Ohi- o county officers L. B. Ticl- cnor, President; Henry Plrtle, see retnry; S. E. Bennett, Treasurer. C. G. i (' Otto C. Martin. at ti1f Barnes & Attorneys at Smith m ARTHUR at KIR1C J. NEY FOSTER Notary Public -- n. WARED y L W. ie School Trustees Dr. B. B. Pendleton. Chairman: W. H. Barnes. Secre tary; Dr. J. W. Tayfor, W. S. Tirisley' ana j, u. onice. RELIGIOUS SERVICES. M. E. Uburch, South Services mornteg and "evening every first and thwd Sunday fn each month. Sun-- i day school 9r45 a. m. Praye 'iweot- -, ing 'every Wednesday evening. Rev. Saville, .'paBtor. Baptist 'Church Servlcca tnotnlng and 'evening every second sand fourth Siindoy in each month. SundayBenool 9:45-a- . J. Bwih. W H. ttartford, Veterinary Surgeon RILEY Ky. -- herifTsTale. ''4C S ?VvV SJXS & J? Tahe ne p,n pm then Eay. fTo Head-Of- f a Headache Nothing is Better than arch-Mbo- arch-biabo- Dr. Miles' Anti-Pai- n PUU They Civs lUUef WitboMt Bad Af of a Judgement 'utatf 'asJ sessment rendered In the Ohio County Court In an action tot C. W Rhoads, ct al, on Motion for Public Ditch I wIJI on tho 1st day 'of September, at the Court hotttfo door in Hartford. Ky.. offer for sale 4?o the highest and best bidder "the follow ing described tract or ittrool of land bounded as follows: By the lands of F. 2arter,' J. D. Ralph, Sam Neal and W. Keny;' con talnlng 70 acres, all o1SvhichHvaa adjudged to bo benefited ' by 'tlip establishment of said dlich'dtid which land was assessed tit .$140..'00,' credit' on ed by $105.00, with i balance. Said propertj' te 'levfd "upon" and offered for sale as tho vroperty of W. F. Howard. 6t3. T. H. ifeUACK;i-S.- t O. C. By virtue 0e jr , "It gives me great1 pleasure to offer a word of raconuMndatipa' n for Dr. .Miles'- ifta, as there arc thousands suffering unnecessarily from headachy I was afflfcteil inWrmittcntly 'for years with headache and after other remedies failed. I tried Dr. Miles' Anti-Pai- n Pills,. For the past ten, years I have carried them constantly with me, setting instant relief by using one, .or two on the approach of headache. The v. are, also effective ifar smi. ralgiag ivinrMnimedtate relief. " v. m. lirtattvme. la knli-Pai- f meow,' .... I MIUKa MKBKSAL C0. WlsisH"aV merciless 'storm, "it gave me a dreadful cold," be writes, "that causchest, so it ed severe pains-intwas hard for me to 'breathe. A neighbor save ie , aereral doses of Xr. King's New 'Discovery which brought great vollef. The' doctor said J was but to & tho verge "of ''pneumonia, continue with "the: Discovery. I did So and two' bottles completely cured aaie." Use only tala Quick, safe, re- aWe'.YttedJclne for'coagHS, colds, or mayfaat'orManK'Wbuble. Price 50c .and 410. Trial bottle free. Ouaran- m. toad ay all drusitts. fever forget his - terrible exposure to S. A, atid, of Almost J-- oat ifisonV'-Kllch.- Hie , Life. will a ny nesday evening. Rev. Bngllsh, pastor. Christian Church Services every fourth Sunday at 11 'a. 'm. 'and 7. p. m. Sunday' school 9;30"n. to.- - Elder W. B. Wright pastor. Cumberland Presbyterian Churc- hSunday Bchoor every Sunday at 9:45 a. m. . SECRET SOCifiTIES. Hartford Lodge No. 675, F. and A. M. meets every " first Monday night In each ''indHth. -- M. L. Heavrln, W. M.S Owen H0nter.: Secretary. Ha'rtfbrd CHaiftbr No. 84 O. E. 8. meets every second and fourth Monday evenings. -- Miss Anna J. Patton, W. M.; Jas. H. Williams, W. B.; Kites ''Elisabeth Miller, Secretary. Rough Rfver Lodge No. 110 Knights bf Pythlatt meets every Tuesday evening. W.'F. Anderson, C. C; J. Ney Foster ,"K. of R. & S. ; Hartford Tent No. 99, K. O. T. M. meets every first and third Thursday nights. R. T. Collins, Commander; L. P.' Foreman, Record Keeper. Acme Lodce No. 339 I. O. O. F. refects every second and fourth Fri day nlghtB in each month. C. M. Bar-'nett, Npble Grand; W. R. Hedrlck, Secretary. Hartford Camp No. 202 W. O. W. meets every second and fourth Saturday nights in each month. Leslie Bennett, Council Commander; W. C. Wallace, Clerk. Sunshine Hive No. 42, L. O. T. M., meets every first and third Friday nights in each month. Mrs. Attye Griffin, Lady Commander; Mrs, Lula Pendleton, Lady Record Keeper. Keystone Chapter No. 110, R.J A. M., meets every third Saturday night in each month. John T. Moore High Priest; W. S. Tlnsley, Secretary. AMERICAN SOCIETY OF EQUTV. National Officers President, Ira M. J, Chryst, Hudson, Wis.; V. President, S. B. Robertson, Calhoun, Ky.; Secretary ft Tress., H. Q. Tank, Wau- sau, Wis. State Officers President, J. H. Mo- Connell, Princeton, Ky.; Vice Presi dent, J. H. Burney, Mumenoerg uo.; Secretary A Tress.. S. B. Robertson. in, Calhoun, Ky.; Organizer, T. H. Hartford, Ky. Msmsara State Kiecume tsoaro Ben Watson, Webster county; J. W. Dunn. Daviess county; Henry" Pirtla; Ohio county; K. I. Ray, Hardin omu- bBal-asa- m. 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Ullletlll1llin1r''t'ff 1U Kalaa'talyiH Wdaa. -ml bat lUtiMMskt, UMtvsaUra, 4 mlTtmmA tiMU IM tWM j V isaalLM -mm.. .. f Mlatle T NNs, amiaaj ias ftrtswa, aawlUaaka, W fJ tWalllM J IS 0omMJOnUam tf - f - tap jiBBies anspat wmsaaav j Hill! xuiSidkiiaMannk.sMMw. aWit4 .. . r"" aH.W. lKjaLaBSBBVai I) kaaasnaasVi IMNOKBUSC. B00Kf0BO,xu iJatr.aRBBMasaaTIBll 11 pM077fi n 'IPosiroNS' WUNTIFUL c: ' geudsi&GnrrijtsJsitJJ Susftiessyfifatftfsfi'wfofi rrAr VftfOAti Tin, '"!. 4a J3aw9g Grr,Jf&i 7ftpae7WAtvil nacle congregation twice today. We report one of bis discourses, from the text, "To us there Is one God, ' the Father, LasasasasK Mafll and one Lord JeBBbbsbU sus Christ." 1 Corinthians 8:0. The Pastor de clared that the confusion which bos rent the Christian Church Into hundreds of sects has come through neglect of the Bible a cause not generally recognized. Creed clnsblngs are the direct result of the serious errors contained In nil creeds. No heathen Idol ia so horrible as that which the most Intelligent Christian people hare portrayed with the pen, purporting to represent the Almighty and His attitude toward men. We hare misrepresented our Creator as worse in His purposes than tbe vilest of humanity. , It Jehovah be God, let us worship Him. Why delay? If tbe horrible Baal of the Dark Ages be no longer onr God. let us destroy bis creed Images and forget them. Emperor Censtantine's Nioaan Creed. After the Church had forgotten tbe Master's declaration that His Twelve Apostles would constitute the foundation atones of the New Jerusalem, they begun to recognize their bishops as apostolic. They overlooked the fact that God's statement that Judas' place would be filled by another intimated particularly that there would be no successors to The Twelve. Judas' real successor was St. Paul. Bible Students now see that tbe eleven Apostles, lioforo being confirmed In Apostleship at Pentecpst, erred in choosing Matthias, whom God merely Ignored. Gradually tbe bishops rose to power as God's Inspired oracles. Proportionately, Tbe Twelve lost their Influence. It was easier to take the word of the bishops than to search tbe Scriptures. In tbelr anxiety to overwhelm the Greek skeptics, these Christian teachers unwittingly lnvolved'tbemselres in absurdities. Gradually tbe trlnltarlan mystery was advanced; and tbe mystification of saying 'that God was His own Son, tbe Lord Jesus His own Father, and tbe Holy Spirit another person and yet ( tbe same person, appealed to people who delight to reverence most what they do not understand. Thus today, when questions are asked respecting the trinity how one could be three, and three one, tbe answer given which satisfies the Ignorant Is. Mysteryl , But the Bible makes no mystery of the matter. It never mentions tbe trinity. The one text (1 John 5:7) seeming faintly to support the thought Is now admitted by all scholars to be an Interpolation, dating from about the seventh century. Tbe Revised Version shows quite distinctly tbe reading of earlier manuscripts. "To Us There Is One God." The Pastor then explained fully every text In both Old and New Testasupporting ments used as a proof-tex- t the trlnltarlan mystery, 'and convinced his hearers that theso texts are He quoted the explicit statement from tbe Old Testament. "Hear, O Israel, the Lord thy God Is one God." and that from the New Testament, used as text for this discourse. Pastor Russell then showed that, ac- -' cording to our Lord's own teaching, the oneness, or harmony, between the Father and nimself resulted from our Lord's Ignoring His own will, to do the Father's will. Our Lord exhorted His disciples to have the same w4II. spirlt-t- hu disposiHoly Splrtt-t- be tion to do 'the Father's will. Our Redeemer, formerly known as tbe Logos, was tbe Beginning and tbe End of tbe Divine direct creatiou. (Revelatlon 1:8: 3:14.1 Through Him Jehovah operated In 'all the stupendous work of creation. So tbo Greek reads, "In tbe beginning was tbe Logos, and tbe Logos was with the God, and the Logos was a God. Tbo same was In tbo beginning with the God. By Him were all things made that were made, and without Him was, not one thing made." John 1:1-Tbe Pastor then related the history of the Council of Nice. Constantino called a council of nil the bishops nbout one thousand to settle certain doctrinal differences, of which our subject of discussion was one. Only 384 bishops came. After discussing the subject for months, they submitted It to tbe Emperor, wbo decided that tbe Nlcean Creed was the Christian faith. Thus tbe trlnltarlan mystery was by a beatben emperor, uabap-tlze- d not ejrea sprinkled. Usaaasaasaasaasaasaasaasaasaab London August Pastor Kus-senddressed the Taber- ll gents ot the Mount Vernon Ladles' association a number of valuable relics that descended to him from a en. Georgo Washington. In addition to these relics, he has also sent to them a reproduction of the only oil portrait ever made of Gen. Washington's mother. The original Is In his possession, and has been pronounced by an from the Metropolitan Museum of Art a line example ot the portraiture work of that period. The identity of the artist has not been established. Another valuable gift, to be added to the collection of Washington relics, is the original patent ot deed, signed by Lord Culpeper. to 5,000 acres of land which subsequently descended to Washington and of which the present Mount Vernon estate is a part. The document is dated 1674 and Is In a good state ot preservation. In 1848, the collection of books forming Gen. Washington's library was sold by the members of the Washington family who had Inherited them to a Boston syndicate, which purchased them for the Boston Atheneum, where they now are. For several years, the library committee ot the Mount Vernon Ladies' association has tried to Induce the officials ot the Boston Atheneum to return the books to their original home, but without success. While these negotiations have been In progress the regents have made a wide search for any scattered volumes that once formed a part of Washington's library, and have been successful in obtaining a limited number of such books. To the few originals which they have acquired they have been adding from time to time duplicate volumes ot the same edition as those In the Boston Atheneum whenever they hare been procurable. A number of duplicate volumes of this edition also have bene received recently as gifts. ax-pe- rt city has presented to the board of W. 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TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, OUR CLUBBING RATES. al Globe-Democrat The Republican sUad Louisville Herald 1.3E The Republican and Courier-Journ1.59 The Reptblican and St. Louis 1.76 The Republican and Home and Farm 1.50 White house is splendid The Republican and Twice - a-WeekOwensboro Inquirer 1.75 Republican and Louisville Daily Herald 3.50 Everything In the Mansion Is as Fine The as a Great System Can Possibly The republican and Uauy uwensDoro,inqmirer 3.50 Make It. k O'boro Messenger 1.75 , The White House, over which Mrs. The Republican and Woodrow Wilson Is the new mistress, :..... 1.75 Is as splendid as any palace. Every- The Republican and Kentucky Farmer thing In the White House Is as fine and orderly as a great system can The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine ., 1.30' make It. Congress appropriates each year The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer. .... 1.60 125,000 for the care and furnishing of The Republican and Weekly'Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.50" the exectulve mansion. Twice-a-WeeA While the wives of the presidents order some changes to keep abreast of the times and to renew any scratched or damaged ifrnlture, much ot the charm of the place comes from Its furniture and silver, dating back to the earliest presidents. Some of the show furnishings of the White House are: A .sold piano, valued at $22,000, two wonderful blue Sevres vases valued at, 15,000 each, oil portraits of priceless value, Including one of Martha Washington, chandeliers containing 6,300 pieces of crystal, carpets and draperies of great value and rarity, several sets of chlnaware containing each 1;550 pieces. Marble aud gold leaf combine with tbe richest materials In furnishings to make the White House a fitting home for ,the natoln's chief executive. CAPITAL FASCINATES WOMEN Address all orders to '. YOUR Letter Heads Bill Heads , THE REPUBLICAN; Noteheads Envelopes Statements Cards And other printed forms are given There (a Renaissance of the Spirit of True Hospitality and Delicate Courtesy. Washington has a peculiar fascination for women. Ask any congressman why he desires to remain in Washington, and he will answer, "My wife likes It." "It Is the woman In the case," remarked a cynical bachelor congressman, "who decides upon Washington." Once Immersed in the whirl of society, where national celebrities, past and present, mingle freely together, the woman In Washington is soon under the fascination of society that is so often read about and so seldom experienced elsewhere. The first session ot the Democratic house and senate was coeval with an overture of social liveliness that takes, some ot the Bbarp edge off the tariff ax. As was anticipated, many new society leaders have appeared In Washing- Special Attenton In The Republican Job Department. ton, and largely from the south, and there follows a renaissance of the spirit of true southern hospitality, and delicately toned courtesy and attention in social affairs, such as has not been known for years past. Makes Bja Saving. The navy department has saved Jn, thirteen years In the manufacture ot guq powder, Thirteen years ago after an investigation ot the charges ot ths powder trust for powder tor the big and small guns ot the navyt It was decided to build, a powder makjng plant at Indian Head, Md. Sine? vthe. plant bas beea In operation tbe government bas saved the amount Uujf secretary. aaaaew-b- y y Secretary Daniels points to this "loathe expectation that tt will be adeqwet reply to' those wbo assert armor plat thai a government-owneplant jrlll be a costly venture. soo-nomd You Need a Tonic There are times in every woman's life when she needs a tonic to help her ovj?r the hard places. When that time comes to you, you know what tonic to take Cardui, the woman's tonic. Cardui is composed of purely vegetable ingredients, which act gently, yet surely, on the weakened womanly organs, and helps build them back to strength and health. It has benefited thousands and thousands of weak, ailing women in its past half century of wonderful success, and' it will do 4he same for you. You can't make a 'rnistake in taking CARDUI The Woman's Tonic Miss Amelia Wilson, R. F. D. No. 4, Almai Ark., says: "I think Cardui is the greatest medicine on earth, for women. Before I began to take Cardui, I Was so weak and nervous, and had such awful dizzy spells and a poor appetite. Now I feel as well and as strong as I ever did. and can eat most anything." Begin taxing wardui today. &oia,oy ail dealers. Only Three Job. Those who are trying to get Into tbe agricultural department without civil service examination might as well Jae beginning that, there are bWt tearee.'Jobs la the department that are sot under 'the classlBed serr Has Helped Thousands, tHwmtliii mwmmmmmmwmmjt NM MEADOWLARK A PEST? PUN FOR BEAUTY AT HOME GROWING TRUCK CROPS Acres Devoted to Sash Gardening Is Profitable... SMALL CHANGE Of SOLITUDE SUFFRAGE . Mmgs to Same Family Blackbird and Oriote. as Celsetrue, or Bitter Sweat Vine. It One of Most Satisfactory That Three Can Be Grown. The beauty which Is near at" band is often neglected whllo we prlio that which Is denied us we refer to the beauty and desirability of the Celastrus, or bitter sweet vine. This native climber found In our woods and along fences, Is one of the most satisfactory vines that can be grown about tho home. It Is as hardy aa granite, a quick grower, twining securely about Its support and It Is not liable to disease. In the fall, when flowers are scarce, It covers Itself with fruit, which clusters of orange-colorethe frost opens, revealing its crimson seeds. Choose a dark, rainy day, If possible, for the transplanting, otherwise do this work at sunset we mean in transplanting seedlings. Water the seed bed thoroughly a short time before you begin to transplant; then lift the plants, with all the soil their roots will hold, and remove to the permanent bed. Keep the seedlings covered with a wet cloth, so that the heat and wind will not dry them. With a sharp pointed stick make the hole for the plant and then fill It with water. Plant the seedling in this puddle, drawing the dark soil about the stalk when the ground has been firmed about the plant as much as possible. A miniature water garden is practical, and will prove most Interesting, needing less attention than a flower bed its slse. Have a sugar or vinegar barrel cut in two, or use a wooden tub. Sink this in the soil. Make a potting box about twelve Inches square and fill with rich mud from a pond, or use half rich loam, adding to the d mud or loam about of manure., Plant the nymphae-roo- t in this and place In the tub; fill with water until It Is two or three inches, deep over the root. When the growth'commences and the leaves appear, water may be added from time to time until the tub Is full. Never change the water, simply replace that which evaporates. d one-thirwell-rotte- "Wireless," Product ef Civilisation, Would Seen Pick Up Modern "Robinson Crusoe' Is responsible for some, curious anom- SPEECH STOPS When Husband Wants His B)r ft M. nENNINOTON.Y? The relentless march of civilisation ' by This Mrd : of Damaae Don Varies With Depth of Wanting, Oendltlon of Soil and Proximity to Pasture. (By II. C. BRYANT.) Tfce meadowlark Is not a true lark, be-lew- Great Care Should Be Ekercleed In Gathering, Packing and Marketing of Vegetables In Order to Secure Fancy Prices.. (Bf W. R. BEATTIB.) In certain localities where tho climate Is mild, such crops as parsley, lettuce, radishos and beets can be grown during the winter months If provision Is made for protecting tho plants during the few periods of freezing weather. The cheapest form of covering Is cotton cloth or muslin. In other localities, where the climate Is too severe for growing crops under cloth protection, cheap sash filled with glass are effective. Cheap hotbeds, constructed In long lines with plank sides, may be profitably employed for forcing vegetables for the market in the neighborhood of large cities, where an abundance of manure for heating material may be obtained. Take, for instance, parsley. This Is crop, sometimes grown as an or It is grown during the autumn and winter and the land devoted to lettuce or cucumbers during the spring. The parsley seed Is sown In August or September and the seedlings transplanted to the frames as soon as they all-ye- feat belongs to tho same family to which the blackbird and oriole Since tho meadowlark of the rirforn states differs from that found In iflae western states In both song and coloration, the bird of tho west it termed tho western mcadowlark. Tfcls is a common bird from Wisconsin; Illinois, Iowa, Texas, etc., west to the Pacific coast, also ranging north Into Canada and south Into Mexico. The meadowlark is well known of Its site, bright plumage and chcrful song. It is a conspicuous bird of treeless areas and a frequenter o ef the meadow and pasture. In It is found from sea level to altttadw of 7,000 feet In the mountain. It Is most abundant In the gnat central valleys where, In some places, the birds may be seen In flocks of fifty or more, fe4bag almost entirely on the ground. Thin meadowlark appears to be one by ef flhe few birds which is profiting Al- h increased cultivation of land. faftfa furnishes particularly good food I cower for the bird and grain neias be-eas-se Call-forntcon-sreai- alies, but It is dlflcult to conceive of a more strikingly Incongruous fate than is at present overtaking the romantic Island of Juan Fernandez, the picturesque and secluded spot famous as the scene of the adventures of "Robinson Crusoe." The habitual peace of this Island of cascades and coral Is being sadly disturbed by the sound of hammers and saws. Beneath the picturesque fig trees a workmen's camp has sprung up, where employes of the Chilean government are busily engaged In the erection of a wireless station. The site chosen is the summit of a hill, 1,000 feet high, called "La Centi-nela- " and appropriately so named, seeing that the lofty eminence dominates the ocean from southeast to the northwest, guarding, sentlnel-tlke- , approach to the Cumberland bay and San Juan Baptists, the Island's only old-wor- ld Supper. He Orders Wife Get Meal And Then Angry Woman Has Him At rested. The plant will have a working radius of GOO miles, so that ships provided with wlrelea apparatus could be picked up within 1,000 miles westward of Valparaiso, while ocean wanderers out of reach of the Coqulmbo or Talcahuano stations may be communicated with. Last December the Chilean government disembarked the materials and men for the construction of a concrete building armed against unwelcome attentions from natives and the work Is now fast nearlng completion. There will be little fear In future of any modern voyager sharing Crusoe's fatel port BEST FOOD FOR THE WOODS Men Who Know Pin Their Faith to MMHMMBBHHHa Barrels' of parsley, ehowlng-mefho- Htm Bored by Meadowlarks In Kernels of Sprouting Qraln. d fctave followed the drill row for dls&asoas of four to six feet and pulled every sprout. Barley as wheat are attacked to a less extent ibao oats. Field corn and are not damaged. iitadawlarkfl can succeed in pulling the sprouting grain only when it first .appears above the ground. After the aeood and third blades appear the jl-ix- t is well rooted and the kernel ao Sanger essential to the life of the plast. Only the grain which is within inches of the surface outs and one-hal- f it obtainable. Hence the difficulty of obeaiainj; tho kernel and the of the time during which lfc- - Jtern'el is ossentlal to the life of tit-- plant soon makes destruction Hard, dry soil precludes attack. Damage Is greatest after the saSl ban been softened by rain. shows that fields appar-tenrJ- y greatly damaged while the grain sprouting have shown but little unage at harvest time. In some cut a. certain amount of thinning may be beneficial ao that unless the dasage Is great the birds may perform a real service. The fact that, oats is moat seriously damaged and tint, with tho exception of barley and ntxatt, other grains are not attacked a'uu lamlmlzes the amount of possible ape often chosen for a home. With tie tarnishing of Btill more good food aoA cover, combined with the destruc-tl-a of aoaie of Its enemies, the west-enoaeadowlark may be expected to ' atiX farther Increase lajiumbers. Oata appear to be preferred. In the rVMs inspected, damage was greatest Jb eaady soil, for here the grain Is tacsie easily obtained. Next to the ccradttlon of the soil, the factor governing the extent of damage appears to be the proximity of the natural 2ilittil of the bird, fields bordering on xtuaab crass lands ;nd pastures suffer mess. In come Instances the meadow-lars. k, sor-j;ha- ra vu TOben the benefits conferred by x&skoomtark are balanced with the the Injuries, there remains no doubt that tar exceeds Its detriment as a desfcoyer of sprouting grain. The viittf at one of these birds living to ono dead Is as Ave pounds of insects pound of weed seeds Is and ono-bal- f s ao 8 and pounds of at considerable part of which Is mule ujp of wild oats and waste throe-fourth- vilex as a destroyer of Injurious tie bird desorvos protection. Ita te to be found In the fact that the daaaage to sprouting grain fields cao be largely prevented by planting raoa deeply and drilling Instead of broadcasting, two measures highly allocated as favoring larger crops. When Soils Cease to Produce, Tfce trouble with soils when they cease t produco as they did when lew la act that elements of plant oed are actually exhausted from the toll, but the necessary force for the, iteration are exhausted.' One of d dheae forces Is bacteria. It Is that In the common soil there, sre t&OjfeO.OOO bacteria to the ounce. Tame bacteria must have for their 3eo bsMMMa, then they will liberate, too far the growth of plants. To be 'a coed flartaer one needs to grow Ugwwee and other cover crops plants tarn uuder for humus, and to these beaeflolal bacteria to their functions la the soil. estl-njtit- grila. A strong point favoring their pro-teeifl- on Busy New wateh the bees week gaMsn red and sweet otortfc t ' 1 A woodsman will tell you that he can travel longer on beans and peas large enough to be handled. Cut- than on rice. Because cornmeal panHARNESS ROOM ON THE FARM are ting of the leaves begins in the au- cakes were the chief article of food tumn and continues throughout 'the twice a day a guide once complained Illustration 8howa Apartment for Ac- winter, and often until quite late In bitterly that "cornmeal was no food commodation of Light Parapherthe spring, provided prices remain to travel on in the summer, and It nalia, Robes and Curtains. makes a man sick to have It too good. often." This same guide will develop Crops grown In frames are usually There Is no other part of the farm superior In quality and appearance to a surly temper the first day out If his equipment, that requires closer at- those grown in the open and should employer has a large supply of soup tention than that of the harness, both be given more care In handling and tablets. harness and the marketing. The cost of production Is the heavy-weigI once heard three experts discuss g The harness somewhat higher than for outdoor woods food. Two were remarkable harness. room should be conveniently located crops, and it is essential that they be guides. The third, a member of the In the barn, and should be made as out up In neat packages In order to Canadian geological survey, has, In close and dust proof as possible to bring the highest market price. The the last ten years, canoed and climbed make It. However, there will be con- more successful growers give the mountains from coast to coast and siderable dust and dirt accumulate, work of gathering, grading and pack- from Lake Superior to Hudson bay. despite the efforts to keep it out. In ing the crop their closest personal AH agreed that they could not travel the drawing we see an apartment attention and use only clean, attracti- on a breakfast of oatmeal alone, and made especially for the light har- ve packages for handling and ship-Pin- all said that when they wished to do ness, lap covers and storm curtains, a long, hard morning's work they ate etc., which should never be permitted pancakes and "filled In the chinks" Parsley Is shipped In to lay raound, on the benches or bar- crates, hampers, and In with oatmeal. Outing. rels in the barn as we sometimes see barrels. Sugar barrels are them. This closet or cabinet for the sometimes used. When making shipEarring an Ancient Ornament light harness, is made of matched ments in the large barrels It Is cusA curious Instance of the survival flooring, Is stripped over all cracks tomary to place a block of Ice In and revival of a fashion which origithe top of each barrel. The barrel nated in the remotest times is the earring. Worn by the kings of Egypt, Is then covered with a piece of burand extremely popular among the lalap. Radishes and beets are tied ' In dles of ancient Rome, It subsequently bundles and shipped In hamper bas- lost favor until the gay days of the kets or in the veneer barrels so com- Stuart period, after which It again monly used for handling spinach and dropped out, and has now once more regained popularity. The very earkale. Lettuce "Is usually shipped In the liest mention of this form of decoratapering half-barrhamper with a tion Is to be found In the Book of wooden ..cover, or sometimes In crates. Genesis. Jacob, It will be rememThe lettuce is not washed, hut Is bered, on reaching Bethel buried cerpacked as It is cut from the beds and tain strange Idols, among them some hauled direct to the shipping point, earrings belonging to his family. where' It is loaded Into refrigerator Doubtless these ornaments were re' garded purely In a propitiatory light oars or sent by express. Cucumbers are generally picked as amulets or talismans, such being early In the morning, while they are still their principal office In the east fresh and crisp. In removing cucum- today. That they are of eastern oribers from the vine a sharp knife or gin Is certain, and among orientals, pair of shears should be used to cut with the exception of Greeks and HePractical Illustration for the Harness the stems. The cucumbers are brews, It has always been the cusRoom. washed by floating them for a minute tom for both bozos to wear them, flooring, 1st stripped over all cracks or two In a tank of clear cold water while frequently only one ear was howthat would admit the least bit of and are then placed upon a rack or adorned. Among other races, screen before packing. As a rule ever, earrings were always worn in dirt, only. The harness room should be Just the box or crate in which the cucum- pairs, and by the women large enough to accommodate the har- bers are packed. Is lined with white Blamed A Good Worker. ness, whips, lap covers, etc., Just that paper, and when filled the top Is part of the farm equipment that Is partly covered with slats, leaving the "I blamed my heart for severe disused In harnessing the teams. If cucumbers' partly exposed. tress In my left side for two years," Egg plants are usually wrapped writes W. Evans, Danville, Va., "but made larger, there will be an accumulation of a variety ,of things, such separately In thin paper or Inclosed I know now It was Indigestion, as as empty kegs, barre!7 boxes and In a paper bag before packing. Snap Dr". King's New Life Pills completeother things too numerous to men- beans are shipped In the regular hamper ly cured me." Best for stomach, liver barrel and , tion. Having a good room for the har- baskets, such as are used for handling and kidney troubles, constipation, ness is not all In caring for the har- the general field crop. Peppers are headache or debility. 2Gc. at all m- ness. It should be washed and oiled generally wrapped in tissue paper and drugglsta. packed in wooden pans, such as are regularly. used for marketing early tomatoes. Kentucky State Fair Louisville Care of Colt's Feet Ky., Sept. 15th-20tCare of Manure Spreader. Every colt owner should possess a For above occasion ttu L. & N. wll Nothing In the operation of any foot rasp. Never mind about a knife; machine Is as Important as the lubri- sell round trip tickets to Louisville the less the knife Is used around the foot the better. The first time the cation; and he manure spreader .Is and return for one fare pjus twenty- Hmlth If of the ordinary kind gets at no exception to this rule, says Dairy five cents. Dates of sale Sept. 13th the foot he will probably cut It enough Farmer. It should be oiled frequent- to 20th inclusive. Final return limto last a lifetime. It the colt has been ly. When you first start using a new it Sept. 24th, 1913. handled and quieted before It Is spreader, you should go over It careH.E. MISCHKE, Agt. weaned. It will allow the foot to be fully, oiling all moving parts. Then watch tfie machine closely for raised and leveled with the rasp. Shocking Sounds. Study the columns of bones that go a while, and you will soon learn that parts most be oiled several times la In the earth are sometimes heard beInto the foot. "No foot, no horse," will earthquake, that warn seldom apply to the colt whoso owner a day's work. Qfifij'the machine the fore a terrible right kind of a start and It will save of the coming peril. Nature's warnkeeps the foot level. dollars for you la needless repair ings are kind. That dull pain or ache bills. Oet Into the habit of oiling It in back warns you the Kidneys need Measles. Measles Is very common with small regularly as needed. Don't think that attention If you would escape those pigs. Since It is a contagion It spreads it does not need oil when It Is cov- dangerous 'maladies. Take Electric very rapidly when oace there Is an ered with manure. It may not be a Bitters at once and see backache outbreak In the herd. Soma of Its nice Job at times, but it pays la the fly and all your best feelings return. more common symptoms are coughing end. "My son received great benefit from and sneeslng. The eyes are red and their use for kidney and bladder Seeure Beet Fruit. watery and there Is generally a disTo seeure the very best fruit It is trouble," wrltse Peter Bondy, South charge from the nose. The appetite bed Rockwood, Mich., "It Is certainly a Is generally Impaired and there Is a best to reaew the strawberry great kidney medicine." Try It. 50 every ether year. desire to remain la the seat or bed tn ceata at all druggists. light-drivinone-bushhalf-barrfour-bush- packing with block of Ice center of each barrel. In of the Pancakes With Oatmeal te "Fill In the Chinks." Tho Now York World says: When ijiwrenco Rupp, lifty-foyours old and an exceedingly strong returned, hungry and tired from his ilay'a work, to his home, 1110 tllcnmorc avenue, Kast Now York, lost night, he found that his wife had apiarcntly forgotten Buch a trlffllng detail ns gottlng sup-po- r ready In her zeal for tho cause. ' NARROWS. Mrs. Rupp Is secretary of the East Aug. 20. Mr. J. B. Ronfrow was at New York branch of the Woman SufCloverport Monday and Tuesday frage Apsoclatlon. Mrs. Nona James, of LelCchfleld Mr. Rupp waited and waited and tho visited Mrs. A. R. Hen f row still his wife did not appear. Seven o'clock, 8 o'clock, and oven 9 o'clock first of the weeek. Mr. B. P. Petty was In Fordsvillo came and went, and still Mrs. Rupp Wednesday. did not appear. Mr. R. M. Kuykendoll and son, Finally the pangs of hunger became ao great that Rupp left tho house Jesse, were In Louisville last week. iMrs. Ernest Truman, of Olatonf and at Pennsylvania and Sutter av enues found his wife exhorting a visited Mrs. J. B. Renfrow Sunday. Mr. J. S. Johnson, of New Orleans, large and enthusiastic crowd to batwas hero the first of the week to tle for woman's rights. yelled Rupp, pushing look oer Mr. A. R. Renf row's mam"Maria," through the crowd, "coino homo and moth ginseng garden. Mr. Johnson in get my supicr. I'm huugry." undertaking ginseng growing and camo Tho crowd laughed and Jeered, here to look over Mr. Rcnfrow's bed but Rupp Kept right on. and to get some practical Instruc"Maria, como home. That's where tions in "sang" growing. Mr. Johnyour placo Is, getting me my supper, son said his New .Orleans friends and not out here on a street corner believed the commercial growing ot making speeches about woman suf- ginseng a myth, and he took home with frage." The scorn with which Mr. him some photographs of Mr. RenRupp said the last two words was frew's two-acr- e garden. magnificent. Drouth here worst since 1881. Nar"Be quiet, Lawrence," urged Mrs. rows wetls are so low that wlNa onn Rupp, but Lawrence woutdn't bo ljurta out for a bucket of water ho qulot. Ho wanted his supper and he Is never sure at Just whose well he was going to get it whether women will fill his bucket. Not even a got the vote or not. shower here In the post five weeks, The meeting broke up In laughter and yet 'the crops are not entirely and Mrs. Rupp mado a boo tine for burned up. Forty per cent of a corn crop and twenty-fiv- e per cent of a tho Miller avenue station. "There's a man out there," she tobacco crop will be made. told Lieut. Duffy as she pointed to Mr. Stanley Phillips, Miss Isabel tho street, "and I want him arrested. Thomas and Mr. F. L. Sandefur oro He's been annoying mo and follow- attending the Institute at Hartford. ing me for a long tlm." Mr. W. N. Burch, of St. Lous, was Mrs. Rupp was careful not to tell the guest of his father-in-laMr. W. tho Lieutenant that the man was her IS. Sanders, tho first of the week. ur Kind-hearte- husband, for she know that ithoto " sho would have to wait until morning and got a summons from tho Doraei-tl- c Relations Court. "Well, madamo," said the Lleuton; fcf ant, "why don't you arrest him?" "I will," said Mrs. Rupp, "If you'll send a pollconian with me." Policeman Machol.l Duffy called and instructed him to go with Mm. Jl Thoy walk ol to the corner Rupp. where Rupp was standing beinoaulti the loss of his supper, and Mrs. Rupp took him by tho arm. "Now, then, Lawrence," sho said, "you como with ni." M.awrcnce went. Ho was locked up conduct. Lieut. Duffy nearly fell out of his seat when he learned that ahn In a cell on a charge of disorderly complainant and prisoner were mail and wife. Up to midnight Rupp was trtil! In d tho del, but not hungry. Doorman Howell brought him some supper from a nearby restaurant. Mrs. Rupp went home to her five children. 'J .1 pgff BJI?SS!SpsHBsHs aBsaam sssbk? . risssssmj fMwsj9tk syr:. ic.r THAT PLEASED Vith NOT ONLY THE. The-PfcfC- .t.u YU "WILL .if ii BEv lIliWltBBHalHeil JJS. SHOES YOU BUY FROA . E. QUALITY BUT JJS feldH-n- VE KNOV . ,f WILL GET HAPPY .SATISFACTION OUT OF EVERY PAIR. OF JHoEJ WE JELL YOl, bECAUJE' THEY WILL MAKE YOUR. FEET LOOK TRIM, BEC'AlJE THEY WILL FIT FINE, FEEL FINE AND WEAR A LONG TIME. WE WILL V5IVE YOl BETTER JHoE-FOR THE SAME MONEY. IF YOl Do NOT BELIEVE IT, COME IN AND TRY THEM ONCE. IF YOl DO, YOU WILL NOT ONLY BUY FROM UJ YOURS SHOEJ, BUT EVERYTHING YOU Yol five-eigh- ts half-barr- i h. NEED, FOR ALL TIME. CARSON S: CO. INCORPORATED. Hartford. Kentucky. ,- -X -