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IS Democratic leaders of congress, the valuation of tho property of tho railROSARY most important features of the 'now OFF NEW TARIFF roads of Kentucky and whoso valu- ROOSEVELT tariff are: ations have Just been declared ridicu'A reduction of nearly one-hain lously low by Judge A. M. J. CochFROM NECK BECOMES LAW the average tariff on foodstuffs and PRECEDENT ran, of tho United States 'District FOR SOUTH AMEAICA farm products. Court, to whom tho railroads appealThe placing of raw wool on the ed In the matter of the valuation of freo list, and a reduction of nearly their franchises. 3 in the tariff on woolen clothing, Tears Into Bits and Hurls Sentences Bringing: Tho Kentucky Doard of Valuation Progressive Leaders And Signed By President Wilson especially of the cheaper grades. will bo easily reand Assessment, It d A reduction of on cotton membered, boosted valuations on the Others Throng Pier. Reporters. Saturday. Worry to Boodlers. clothing. franchises of the roads last year. Reduotion of the sugar tariff and Justus Qoebel, of Covington, brother Its ultimate abolishment in 1916. of the murdered William Ooobel, had One Third, Jury 01 Millionaires Holds d A reduction of Sufficient If Courts Do Their worked up a rase against the roads, Party Will Not Return To United Clothing is Reduced In the tar iff on earthenware and glassware. showing how they had escaped taxaSchmidt for Murder of While Foodstuffs Reduced States Until Duty Bat Gossip Keeps Abolishment of all tariff on meats. tion and presented it to the State fish, dairy products, flour, potatoes, One Half. Board when the time came for valuAnna Aumuller. April. Under Cover. coal, Iron ore, lumber, and many ing franchises. Following the preced classes of farm and office machinery. ent sot by the Ohio Taring Board, General tariff reduction on alt im the assessments were boosted, In New York, Oct. 4. Hans Schmidt; Washington, Oct. "3. With Presi- portant New York, October' G. Theodore tlngton, Ky., Oct. 6. The sensa- - some cases 200 per cent and the railarticles In general use. the priest who murdered Anna Aumitf UnderwoodRoosevelt set out today, for the dent Wilson's signing of the Throughout the long fight over the ler, became frenzied today at tof the past week In politics was roads "hollered." bill at 9' o'clock to- bill, the Republican second time since he left the White -Simmons Investigation into alleged bribery attack on the the Railroad Commis Later, when Inquest into the death of-brings Into effect one of the upon a long Journey Into the night measure has been directed against his victim, rose from his seat, ripped ae Democratic primary in Clark sion met Lawrence B. Finn, one of House, revisions' of tar- those rates which the Republicans most - the Democratic members, wanted to Southern Hemisphere. ty by a grand Jury at the dlrecThe sailing of the Lamport & Holt iff rates and revenue' laws enacted destruction to American Industries, from his neck the rosary he had woro of Judge, James M. JJenton, of make a similar boost in the valuation ever since his incarceration, tore It line steamship Vandyck, upon which for many yeara. through the competition of foreign Into many bits and hurled them all Chester; tho sending to Jail of of the actual property of the roads,. Proposed cotton futures tax pro- manufacturers. hod booked passage for South Am lag of David D. Hampton, one of but Mr. Garrett, Republican, and Mr. he Democratic at the newspaper reporters sitting' The bill by suporters '.wealthiest men In O'.ark county, Kl'alr, Democrat, stood by the rail- erica was timed for 1 o'clock, but the vision was omitted from the of tho now law have in half a dozen steps away. moving sisted his that except in those cases The jury found him responsible Cor ildent of the Clark County Na- - roads, and prevented any increase in former President and members ofprep majority leader Underwood's of the wher-- public welfare demanded radi to recede from the compromise Hampton's final yield- - their taxes. Now, at the hands of party were astir early with final Dank; the girl's death. of in p.to the law after declaring he Judge Cochran, it seems that the aratlons for embarking, and manywho Smith Lever amendmenttangle.order to cal changes the tariff has been reSchmidt's outburst of temper oc save a parliamentary Progressive party leaders jld rot in Jail before he would work of Klalr and Garrett is about the duced only to a point where it will curred'' In the presence of a jury of A new Income tax, applying directtendered him a great farewell dinner competition," without millionaires empaneled to conduct the stimulate, ver the grand Jury's questions;" to be undone and that the railroads fining of the two men to whom of Kentucky will hereafter have to atop of a New York Theater last ly to the Incomes of citizens; the turning American markets over to inquest. The verdict was quickly of foreigners. upton said he paid money to be pay their Just share of the taxes In night arranged to be on hand to give labtlltlon of all tariff on scores Importance to A great amount of work will fail found. It follows: him a good send off, at the foot of items of Immense in the primary, and the same Kentucky, Just as they are paying an American upon the treasury department, It is "We, the jury, befteve that AnfflaV and American industry shment meted out to David Pre- - honest tax in Ohio and Indiana and Montague Street, Brooklyn. doath-oLike his South African trip, the consumers' and a heavy reduction of expected, in working out the details Aumuller came to her ono of the largest landowners Wisconsin. 2, 1913, at 68 Bradhurst aveJourney is undertake! 'tariff rate on most of the articles of tho new income tax and the methSouth American Jlark and Fayette Counties, when The battle between the Fuslonlsts proposing to make in general use in this country are it's ods of collecting the direct taxes nue, at tho hands of Hans Schmidt." rrefuscd to answer a similar ques- - on one side and the Democrats on with the Colonal Schmidt was immediately remanded one of many aspects, aside from chief features from Individual citizens of the Unit to the Tombs without bail to await on bo ground (that the lnforma-wa- s the other has waxed worm ihe past it new-laWhile certain portions of the ed States. The tax upon corporagiven to him In confidence. week. The Democrats have accused the pleasure of it. do' not take of feet at once, most tions, now fixed at one per cent of the action of the grand jury. His chief interest probably lies in Judgo Denton has the Fuslonlsts of charging flowers Incidentally, Theodore P. Shoots, president of inof Its provisions and almost all the their income, remains the same, and awn what a powerful weapon Is the for the courthouse to the expense of the proposed penetration of the the International Rapid Transit Comterior of Brazil with a party of fel- direct tariff reductions, do. becomes part of the general income fcw of Kentucky lorme oaring 01 maintaining the standplpe on the auspices of the tit every port collectors of customs tax law. A staff of special deputies pany, was foreman of the Jury. Hla Dokedness in elections when used Richmond Pike, the cost of a portrait low naturalllsts under fellow jurors Included Vincent Aston His- appraisers of merchandise, and huncollectors and agents will be employghtly by a firm and Just Judge, de- - of Col. W. C. P. Breckenrldge, to American Museum of Natural tory, but the earlier part of the six dred .of other employes of the treas- ed to organize and conduct the work B. J. Greenhut, merchant; Mortteier ennincd to inforce Uie law of the oharlty, the salary of an engineer Regensberg, cigar manufacturer, aad will spend in South ury department will plunge at once of Income tax collection. He regardless of what may result at the customhouse1 and other Items months which he E. S. Marston, banker. America will be devoted to addresses into the task of cd'lectlng the nathe way of damage to previously to the Jail and various other alleged During the examination of witnew- reputablo men. The only "confidence" mjscharges, the alleged purpose being upon American democracy, which he tions' revenue on a new basis, and jeb not a trace of emotion croaeed- now classifications CONVICTS ENJOY he law respects In the matter of el- - to make' a good showing In the ex- has been invited to deliver before with hundreds of Schmidts face, but Coroner Fein-berand new provisions of law to comg con pense, of management of the court- universities and other bodies. and buying is tho charge seemed to Jaah Those who prepared to embark wltl plicate .their activities. .. A HALF HOLIDAY prisoner into a sudden temper fidence reposed in the attorney by house. The Jail also comes In for government has been today wefo 'Mrs. Roosevelt arid The federal client and In the price set by tho attack .by the Democrats In the mat- him Jumping to hla feet, his eyes who will spending nearly a billion dollars a enltent confessor. With such a law ter of frequent escapes from the in- Miss Margaret Roosevelt, blazing and his dips moving, Schmidt will make the rount trip on the Vandyck; year and tho now tariff law Ironurly administered It ought not to stitution, the excessive cost with; d of that Bum. Penitentiary Is Scene Of Picnic tore the rosary from his neck LP a difficult matter to stop vote- - of disinfectants as compared with the Anthony Fla,'a, the polar explorer, raise iless than a single sweep of his arms and bewho has charge of the expedition's Recent estimates by tariff experts in kulng In Kentucky. former administration of Judge Frank fore detectives could stay him, had equipment; G. K. cherry and Lee L. congress predict that the rates will After Week's Work The trouble heretofore has been A. Bullock and other items of adsnapped it into many parts and hurl - ministration In which the Fuslonlsts Miller, naturalists of the American raise $24,000,000 a year: and that the that money was used to help nomled them at the newspaper men. Is Done. Museum of National History; Frank" Income tax will raise $122,000000. The late and elect Judges Just as It was have spent more- money within a Harper, Cof. Roosevelt's secretary, The torso of the victim was Identified remainder of the government's great sed to help nominate and elect oth given time than the Democrats. by Anna Hirt, who roomed with, and tne Rev. Father John Augustine lncomo is made up principally of in er officials and nobody In Clark coun The Fuslonlsts decTarod the DemoFrankfort, Ky., Oct. 4. The first the Aumuller giiil at the parish, house provincial of the Order of the ternal revenue taxes and iposta'l re jly or Winchester, wno Know or tne crats have "Juggled" the figures and Zahn, ever spent at St. Boniface church. The Hirt and hapleet companion ceipts. lid methods of playing the political ;ome back with questions relating Holy Cross, a former field In a Kentucky penltentlray was a woman was followed on the stand by of the Colonel. The Income tax probably will bring lines could believe that Judge Den- - to tho location of the voting booths among the detectives, the physician who made The naturalists will start into the the new tariff law most forcibly to memorable occasion today an meant wnat ne said wnen ne during Judge Bullock's term of office the autopsy and finally by Inspector convicts in the prison in this city. rarned the boodlers before the prl In alleged questionable places and Interior shortly after their arrival in the attention of citizens. President was such a, success that it will Faurot ,ln charge of the detective Jt in ry that If there was any crooked- - the control of the Democratic or Brazil, to be Joined by the Colonel Wilson and Democratic leaders be cecdbrated each Saturday after- bureau here, to whom Schmidt coness a grand Jury would Investigate ganization by Billy Kialr, Tom Combs after he has finished his. lectures, congress believe, however, that the noon it the convicts can and will fessed. Faurot detailed in a hundred clothing, foodand every man back of the hooding and Frank Ditflock when they were which will be in December. It will reduction of duties on work for it. "Warden Wells and the words or iless the substance of tie mg woU.d be Investigated. His ac- - the whole thing in the Democratic be April before the party returns to stuffs and other necessaries of life prison labor contractors have agreed confession. and tho complete removal of the duty iion m the case or Hampton ana parly in the county. The Democrats civilization. half-hcf- l"Do you wish to place your client from many like articles, will event- that the men can have the aat of Prewltt shows that Judge Den have a better show to win this year, day If their weekly tasks are com on the stand?" Coroner Feiriberg next Learn Telegraphy. ually bring a reduction in the "cost ton meant what be said and that his undoubtedly, for they had a primary anLearn Telegraphy In a school that of living" without materially effect- pleted by noon, Saturday. The splen- asked counsel for Schmidt. The by rich that was fair and while there Is Borne crusade against did feeling existing in the prison swer was negative and the Coroner, main-lin- e telegraph wire, ing buslnes prosperity. has the ion in Clark county will result in soreness, or rather was some soreconyiots has reached such apparently expecting that Schmidt as teacher. A brief summary of the new tariff among the tho discouragement of the evil for ness, most of the candidates have and an "old railroader" pris- would testify, asked if the priest hadV The Bowling Green Business Uni- law as prepared for the senate fol- a point that 200 of the skillful ill time, there can bo little doubt. swallowed their medicine aud are in versity has both. oners during the past week helped the nothing to say. lowing: Men llko David D. Hampton and line- - for the ticket. "Nothing whatever," replied the " less skillful convicts to make their of )ae Prewltt do not relish spending Four years ago the rebellion in the Famous Toreador' to Kill Last asAverage percentage value tariff rates tasks so that they could enjoy the lawyer. . v compared to the of all imi)a and nights In the Clark county Democratic ranks wfts caused by arThe Coroner's charge was brief. e" Bull: . law, 37 ported merchandise: Old an rangements for a primary, which ttl, tho It Is new and By this kindness, ail the men in told the jury that it could find that Madrid, Spain, Oct. 6. Bomblta,. the per cent; new law, 27 per cent. fliu Mulllns Is one of the most popu- - were manifestly unfair, so much so the' prison eligible to take part in thi Anna Aumuller came to her death atV Value of annual imports added to tifl Jailers in Kentucky, and a fine that Judge. Watta Parker withdrew most famous toreador In Spain, has picnic had completed their tasks and the bands of an unknown porson or-- , primary, along wltn, Dan announced his retirement from the the free t'.lst $1,187,000,000. aoat. from the predom- that she was killed by a person to Estimated revenue from all Import were ready for it. Athletics bull-rinIf; There is but one note of discord In Scott, candidate for Sheriff, and ran were running races, be named by tho jury. inated. There He will kill hla last btl Oct. 19, rates: Old law, $350,000,000; new law, "Hans Schmidt does not appear beKthe general! approval of Judge Denton on an independent ticket, defeating foot races, wrestling matches, sack 48,000,000. contests, and a base- fore you on trial for tho murder," he action, and that is found in a news- - the Democratic nominees for Circuit for the benefit of tho Bull Fighters' Estimated revenue from corpora- races, jumping own city, the Wlnchost- - Judgo and Sheriff on the issue of a Pawn Shop, an institution of which Many kinds of fruits, aald. "You aro simply to find a verin his ball game. his tion and Income taxes: Old law, sr Democrat, euucu oy sieve vaugirc, "fexed" primary so that it would re- he Is the founder. Bomblta made and soft drinks were served to the dict j?" a Coroner's Jury." new law, $100,000,000. Within fifteen minutes from tho , approves everything the Demo sult In the nomination of the men own fortune estimated at $600,000, own expense, as who Unit- convicts at their Altogether, consumers lu the ring and has beside cratic district machine does. News- - wanted by the old organisation wheth entirely from the buiuS they now have a small sum of money time the first witness had taken the In benevo-lence- s. ed States probably will receive from given away great stand the Jury had withdrawn. Withearnings. ipors all over tne state nave ex er they got the votes' or not. Since abroad free of all tariff, more than each week from tho. Democrats have learned a in ten mlnutes more It had returned pressed approval of Judge Donton's then worth of merchandise Bombita'a real name Is Rtcardo $1,000,000,000 with Its verdict. courageous course. Vaught's approval lesson, Judge Dullock having been Gets $27,000 Alimony. the Demo- Torres. He was a typesetter as a during Une next year. Counsel for Schmidt issued a statelias been confined to praise of Hamp defeated for Frankfort, Ky., Oct. 7. An order During 1912 the amount of "free cratic city ticket at the last election youth, but soon left his calling to ment this afternoon saying that his ton and Prewltt so far. Circuit follow hla two eldor brothers into imports" was more than $830,000,-00- was entered in the Franklin client's outbreak had been provoked 9i liiuiu uaiq uccu t iuvt wuu na j having slid thru by the skin of the and when tho tariff Is entirely Court today divorcing Mrs. Kate Ov- by the Coroner, who had made "a Billy the arena. Few toreadors have actiat Judge Denton Is tho moat.un- - teeth Railroad Commissioner Capt. C. C. Calremoved from wool, sugar, iron ore erton Calhoun from jpular man in Cllark county, since Klalr having been beaten in his own quired such a great reputation as and cheap iron, and other Import houn. Alimony amounting to $27,000 holiday" of the inquest and had appublic-spirite- d - ranks when JIatf S. Walton downed Bomlta. citizens for began his fight for decent elecMrs. Calhoun on the pealed to His popularity in Spain is universal ant items, the total is epected to was given to funds to bury Anna Aumuli'er, Schmlc rlons, and that In former days he his candidate for Representative la Mrs. Cal He la chiefly famous for the grace of Increase notably. Under the old law charge of abandonment. vas as deep Ju the mud as the fel- - the Legislature by a good majority. Overton, resented this, bejsald, and hurled his hts thrust and for a reckless courage more than 53 per cent of all goods houn's maiden name, Kate JW together the race In Fayette looks rosary and some coins at the newsws lie is pending to Jail were in bechance. He has brought to the United States from all Is restored, Capt. Callhoun has giving le mire, that money was used for like a close one with neither side in goredthe bull a times, always, parts of the wotttd paid no tariff and come widely known thruout the Na- paper men because he thought the thirty-eigwere laughing at the Coroner's un1m and by him, but most of this having any great advantage, tho the been proportion will be Increased by tion on account of his extensive col- usual appeal. made where it Fuslonlsts have the offloes and the of course, slightly, and It has been that smment has been lection of war claims. He collected by the new law. exDistrict Attorney Whitman roii'dn't get back to the Judge. The advantage they give to candidates la possible for him to saye himself The free wool provision of the new $1,300,000 for Kentucky and wiped out pressed the positive conviction toskUl even when on the hla acrobatic et la that he has shown a dleposl- - a new election. is known law takes effect December 1, 1913; the entire debt of the State. Mr. day that Hans Schmidt la sane and m to fulfill his oath oX office to The changes of the Democrats of the horns of the bull. Hts smile alleged abandonment. The from the boulevards of Paris to the the free sugar provision May 1, 1916. Calhoun consequently wlU be placed on trial lie limit and that he meant what switching of expense charges nave new tariff law, passed four taking of ovldence iwoa quietly conDur-- . The Puerta del Sol, and is talked of. ke said when he warned' the boodlers not been explained or denied so far. ducted and the decree came as a sur- tor the murder. Bomblta years after President Taft signed the Mr. Whitman's opinion, it is unthai "Tbere'd come a time." It has Nor have the Democrats yet answer- lng his most reckless feats ' flaw, is the prise. existing Aldrlch-Payn- e derstood, is based on the finding ml Clark county, Jed th question about shoestring pre smiles. luro enough come in Bomblta's retirement result of more than nine months of reached by ho four alienists who probable Exteids Hunting Season. Jt Is believed TO.... kllHthatI the clnctraael voda. booths In question- is The reason forSome of his friends work in cdngress. Hearings were known. not II An have examined Schmidt in the Tombs Y.i4a ocuiuu um nAiivull able places under the old Democratic aveujvui juukc Frankfort. Ky.. Oct. 3. The Bio at Mr. Whitman's behest. aver, that be is giving up his career started January 6, by the house ways Their rill spread to every part of the ruT.e. survey has notified the game Chairman logical for the sake of a young girl of Bar- and means committee. formal report will 'be made wlthla and that the floater will be ite marry; Underwood Introduced the tariff bill and fish commlseloners that it has a few days. . Kovlac picture shows aad illua-finn- rt celona whom he la about to put out of business in Kentucky. prohibiting the Bomblta's departure from the "ring April 7, immediately after President revoked Us order ooera at Dr. Bern's V Developments at Frankfort the past Moving picture shows every Friof Wilson had. convened the new con- hunting of game birds on the Ohio every Friday aad Saturday coincides with the return to It Psk have not helped the political 'hous May 8, fiver until November 1, and will per- day and Saturday nights at Dr. Beans gress. It tasted the house Strength of H. Green QarreU, of Win nights. New songs and. new futures another famous toreador, Mazzantlnl, mit hunting there from October to opera house. New songs and new enterUlaneat who gave up the-- calling for politics and the senate September 9. ' William F. llr, of Lex and s Dae evening.' khester and pictures. Admission 10c. opinion of 1U makers, the January 15. In the eight yeara ago. ngton, who stood together in the toa-lt- sv lf FINE HIS 2-- one-thir- It It at one-thir- n Sep-tem- ebr g's ctlon-stcalln- .th. of-fur- one-thir- halt-holid- vote-buyi- haii-hollda- y. , g. (ler 0, ht II Kid uaa -- H'"'v Peru's Ancient City Was on the Plan of the Roman Camp. Vho ancient city of Cuzco, when first Diamond Head, Uncle Sam's Lava viewed by European eyes. whs. accord-In- s Attraction of Gravitation Is to tbe best authorities, u great and Fortress In Hawaii Mystery to Science. wealthy municipality of perhaps 200.-00- 0 Ceogniphii-u- l "During the Jotminl: souls. How old It was at that time whiter or rainy season of 1MSS-knowing. GIBRALTAR OF THE PACIFIC. we bave scant means of -done was very III. He lind leeu IT CONTROLS THE UNIVERSE Gurcllasso would have us believe that wet times without number mid sufthere were only thirteen Incus in the fered from terrible pulus In the chest Th Mighty Defenses of Oahu Make royal family line from Mnneo Cupac Vet That Wonderful Fere That Dand pueunfonla. He wns often That Lovely Island a Veritable Fir to llunyna Capac. Monteslnos. on thtf irect and Regulates Moont, Planets, 305 mid subject to delusions, sucb other band, assures us that tbe I nam Lined Wall of Steel, Behind Whion d Sana and Stars Without Visible as that the b.irk of the trees was niM thousand years! Which are we Crouches "the Lion of Hawaii.- with figures and face of men. Means of Connection Is Inexplicable. t0 hclleve? No written history of the He thought often of his children and the records of the Diamond Head, tbat monumental oie--' raeo Mists-on- ly Ttoe mystery of mysteries In science friend-- , and his thoughts seemed alvntion of lava which stands out sol'juI?U8' t"ose ,,,,ocr Un,,t,,", lUi,", Is tbe attraction of gravitation tlint most to conjure them up before blui. ""'""i" s0,,c ,!"lme"tM very force of nature tb.it Is tbe most Tor tbe first time in his life he was prominently on the Honolulu side of I wb'c,b WT, no arc or be lovely sland of Oahu. I. j being carried and could Hawaii. Is ypt discovered the key. the Itosetta Xamlllar to us nil. It seems strange not raise him the one and only original crater iu the stone. I aval tbe most fauillliir tiling In tbe self to n sitting position. The Arabs supThe only and original world should be t the sumo time tbe were very kind to blm in his extreme world which is being devoted to the! Cuzco's original plan was. singularly j enough, that of weakness, but the vertical sun. Iiils. use of the army of a great power. ramp, a the Boman sort Inexplicable, but so It is. Ohio River. of ply house The Island of Oahu is tbe key to the nundranirle divided bv twn Intersecting tering any part of the skin exposed to In order lo see clearly wherein tbe It. raclflc. and Unqle Sam carries tbat streets Into quarters, with a gate on tried blm sorely In the day marches. eyslery consists, let us first couslder We keep a full line of first-clas- s ".In July. 1870. his feet were almost key on a chain In bis capacious iwcket. ' each face and towers at the angles. what gravitation appears to be. It U consumed with Irritable, eating ulcers. At any time war breaks out ITuelo The Incas. like the citizens of the gravitation tbat gives tbe property of ptiNiitlug with pain. These sores Sam's hand, which has not lost its United States, had no more definite weight to nil bodies. If there were no were obviously communicated by mos cunning, will go to tbat pocket with name for their country thau Tit van- gravitation we could float like thistle- - qultoes from the blood of the wretch-down- s thQ swiftness of a western sheriff, and tinstiya. the Empire of the Four Prov- AND FEEDS. POULTRY and infinitely better than this- - ed slaves- - who were tortured with the result will be a roar of guns whk-- Inces. The four streets of the capital, Livingstone could fall asleep will be heard around the world. Tbe prolonged by great roads, divided It ' ,nem- tledowns. for tbev. too. are finally when he wished at tbe shortest notice. roar will be contributed to by the guns into four main provinces, each under brought down by gravitation. A mat and n shady tree under which of Fort Buger. which are at the base the dominion of its governor. When List. Write for It is gravitation tbat brings a can- to spread It would at any time afford of Diamond Head on the landward their people came to Cuzeo they lodged non ball eventually to tbe earth, no him a refreshing sleep. But In his 8,de- I In their own quarter, where they ad- matter how swiftly it may be project- last years of travel sleep was often From Diamond Head, called by noets hered to their natlonat costumes and ed. Tbe faster It starts the farther It made sad by tbe realistic dreams of "the Lion of Hawaii," to Pearl Harbor, tbe customs of their own province, will go, but during every second of Its happy English life from which be wak- named by newspaper writes "the Gib- Tbe city today retains the same digit It drops tbe same distance ver- ened to find himself ill and consumed raltar of the. Pacific." there Is. a chain general plan. Its two principal streets tically toward the earth, whether the with anxiety that he might not live of forts which makes Oahu one of tbe being virtually tbe old main thorough-greates- t fortresses In the world. When fares. Its two eastern quarters lie speed Imparted to it by the powder is I to complete bis mission. "After 1SS he suffered much from in Honolulu the writer had the pleas- - upon steep hillsides; the two western S00 or 3.000 feet per second. Gravitaure of working with Albert Pierce are In the valley, where runs a the results of tion acts on a moving body exactly as his molar teeth, the decay and loss of- Taylor, who has been spoken of as river, the Huatanay. spanned little Established 1854 by so tbat Imperfect mnsFor Boys and Young Men well as ou one at rest. I ticotlon of rough African food ludured "the recognized literary authority on bridges. Standard preparatory and college courses leading to literary and is gravitation that curbs tbe moIt Tbe northeast quarter was the Pala-tb- e severe and bis bodily things pertaining to pe.,r Harborand1 tion of tbe moon and keeps it in an strength dyspepsia, under a' coudition scientific degrees. Well equipped business department. Strong defenses of Hawaii." He said on tine bill of this South American Borne weakened orbit of which tbe earth Is tbe active of permanent malnutrition. Stanley, 6ne occasion: faculty. Healthful and moral surroundings. No saloons. Camand contains the palaces of the kings. focus. "Uncle Sam has declared to the for each Inca. after tbe manner of tbe pus of thirty acres; four large buildings. Athletic park and by relieving him when he did. gave So, too. it is gravitation that govgymnasium. Steam heat. Ner and complete sanitary system. him at least two more years of life, world that he is on guard in the Pa- - Boman emperors, built his own abode, erns tbe earth in its motion around tbe a certain measure of happiness and the clflc. At Pearl Harbor Is Fort Kame-- scorning to live In that of bis Boarding department superintended by President. Tuition and sum. preventing it from flying away sweet with Its battery of twelve . cessor. Scribner's Magazine. consolation that he was not for- board at moderate cost. Address for catalogue: into boundless space. Astronomy shows , gotten and inch guns; at tbe mouth .of Honolulu that the magnitude H. O. BROWNELL. President, or W. E. FARKAR. Dean. tkat gravitation acts between all the discoveries was appreciated." of his harbor will be a battery of small guns HISTORIC NOTRE DAME. KENTUCKY RUSSCLLVILIC. plants and all tbe stars and controls at Fort De Bussy. Walklkl.a battery tfceir motions .'with respect to one of fourteen Inch guns, wulle at DiaDISEASED THOUGHT. mond Head a battery of eight mortars Checkered Career of the Wonderful Parisian Cathedral. Nsm. this mysterious force appears to has been manned for some few years. ed today and officers told them Lib-boSome account of tbe history and b aa attraction, as if there were elas- When You Reali'ro That la What Worry Within the extinct cratefof Diamond Prisoners On Hunger Strike. kiL'od the boy and tbat he (Flo vicissitudes of Notre Dame appears in tic: cords connecting all tbe bodies In Is You Have It Mastered. Head Gibraltar-likgalleries bave Kansas City, Mo., Oct. S. The last or) was un accomplice. They say spe-antending to draw tbem Tbe Concentrated thought is virtually Ir- been constructed, and In one of them tbe London Strand Magazine. But space, as far as our senses resistible. All tbe vast edifice of mod- an observatory has been established. first cathedral was erected in tbe year of three who went on a hunger strike Flowers evonerated Scott of turtle!- cr&,e Th(J nlo.,V(, for can detect, is empty. There are no ern science and ludustry Is obviously Tbe Are control for all tbe Oahu coast 523 by Cblldebert and afterward de- eight days ago. rather than work on rft,loa ,n etetic cords and no physical connec- - the product of thought, much of It of batteries has been located In this gal- molished, the same site being used for tho rockplle, to which they were sen the ki'.llng was not made known. tioeu whatever between astronomical our own time and observation. Tbe lery. From this station the fire of the tbe present building, which was begun fenced for petty larceny, gae In to day. They are breaking rock, having bodies or between a flying stone or birtb of an Idea In tbe human mind Is guns of all tbe forts can be directed by In 11U3 aud finished In 1351. Here Is a woman who speaks from Alexander III. laid the foundation admitted to Judge Latshaw, of the personal knowledge and long experiaa)oon ball and tbe earth. How, tben. clearly tbe one and only dawn of emthe electric telegraph. The guns of on there be an attraction? In order pires, and revolutions, of engines, phi- Pearl Harbor cross those of Diamond stone, the first mass being celebrated Criminal Court, they are ery fond ence, viz., Mrs. I'. H. Bro;an, of that a body may lie attracted or drawn losophies, trade routes, civilization. Head and with tbe batteries between by tbe patriarch Hemcllus. The grand of work and food. Wilson, I'a. who saya, "I know from old building has been sorely beset by there must be something to draw It. To class worry under the bend of make u veritable wall of steel." Joseph Carney, the last man to experience that Chamberlain's Cough ;ravlUtioa does the trick, but thinking, therefore, seems a glaring After Inspecting tbe guns at Fort many dangers and has witnessed many surrender, was founder of the starva- Homedy is far superior to any bides from us the mechanism sacrilege. Yet worry Is thought, for Buger two of us. with a soldier guide, strange and stirring scenes. A week ago when he. Tho reign of terror In 1703 led to tion squad. For croup there is nothing thati tbrough which it r'.ts. We can discov- all tbat dlse.nsed.Jtnpure. adulterated walked to the entrance of the gallery er no mechanism at nil. thought. It means an admixture of which has been bored through the lava such disgraceful orgies within the pre- Sterling Trice and Uu3;t Welch excels It." yor sale by all dealers. Wfcen all unfortunate aeroplanlst emotion, of the worst of all emotion- s- and sandstone which compose the cincts of the cathedral that It was were" sentenced, Carney said he did Require Only Small Outfit tifpr, from bis machine at a height of fear Inlo one's thinking. Instead of steep sides of tbe crater of Diamond closed to the public as a place of di- not see why the system used by require onactive a thousand feet he begins at once to concentrated, clear, serene thinking Head. A sentry barred the way. Tbe vine worship In 17fM. but was reopen- suffragettes in England woit.d not ly Thopair of Arab barberspair of clipa scissors, a Jail toward the earth as If It were pull- ou the problem In baud, worry N permit was produced and proved the ed In ISO'J by Napoleon The Interior work In Missouri. I'rlce and Welch has suffered severely at times at the didn't see either, so the three refused pers, and a razor for their equlpmeat ing fata- - But bow can it pull If It thinking muddled black with fear. It open sesame. They erect their temporary shops In lias nothing to pull with? You may Is about ns helpful as clapping the The heavy iron door at the entrance bands of the mob and Individuals. food. by spreading som the market-placethink at first sight that it is tbe air brakes upon wheels tolling uphill. to the volcanic passage wus swung The worst offender was perhaps Louis The strikers were confined In cells matting over a few poles. Arabs have wbieb acts as an intermediary, but back. and. with a soldier In front aud XI.. who. currying out his father's on a Vet all tbe world Is laboring under diet of distilled water. Welch their heads shaved, keeptng the hair that is not so, because tbe earth ami that Egyptian heaviness of the wbeeU. another In the rear, the visitors started vow. caused the destruction of the cii led for meat and work In five days short so that tho white skull cap orer moou "pull" upon one another with aud almost every spirit Is a spirit In down the gallery. A single narrow fourteenth century stalls, the high the embellished with gold and silver Brlco lasted scea and Carney a which the fez 1b worn will tit closely. a force equal to tbe strength of a steel the dark prison of fear. But once we gauge track ran tbe entire length of eaMcTWj miles in diameter. But there grasp this truth clearly, once we con- the passage. On tbls steel small trucks statuettes, the cloisters, tombs nnd scant eight. t no !r and no other tangible thing In vince ourselves that we can rid our had been pushed by the soldiers, wbo unique stained glasswork. In 1S45 Almost A Miracle. t?Je )fX'j space. 240.000 miles across. thought of emotionalism, of fear, the loaded and unloaded tbe debris which restoration was necessary In many Deafness Cannot Be Cured. that gapa, between tbe moon and the day of our deliverance Is at hand. And army comrades bad dug from the walls parts of tbe bulldjng, tbe work being By local applications, as they cannot One of the most startling change the ever seen In any man, according to rarlti. the substitution of encouraging, healthy of tbe crater. Tbe ties were broken iu successfully undertaken by Lassus, reach the diseased portion of ear. There is only one way to cure "W. B. Holsclaw, Clarendon, Tex.,wa3 Tfem. gravitation exerts tbe same thought, of new channels among the places, and the guide Issued a warning Vlollet le Due and Boeswlllwald. In 1871. also durlug tbe commune. deafness, and that is by constitution- effected years ago in his brother rwoeat every instant No matter how worn ruts. Is u powerful aid. to step curefully. rf the falling aeronaut may be deOn first stepping into the gallery tbe Notre Dame was menaced with grave al remedies. Deafness Is caused by "H. haU such a dreadful ho There may, be failures and back scending at any moment, gravitation sliding, us Is customary In all mortal darkness, after tbe tropical sunlight. dangers owing to the fury of the an Inflamed cpnditlon of the mucous writes, "that all our family thought will keep on adding speed as if be bad effort and human endeavor. Rut fear was of tbe kind that Milton described communists, wbo. having effected an lining of the Eustachian When ho was going Into consumption, but Just started Disregarding tbe slight LH Wl.keued like a choking thing, and as visible. Only a few steps bad been entrance, collected all the available this tube is inflamed ou Tube. a rum he began to use Dr. King's New Dishave retardation produced by tbe resistance more aud more clear and unimpeded taken before tbe light nt the far end chairs and other combustible material covery, and wa3 completely cured by of tbe air, tie will fall sixteen feet In becomes our thinking, for we realize of the gallery was easily seen. and. piling tbem In a bonfire, drench- bling sound or Imperfect hearing, and when it Is entirely olosed, Deapcs3 ten bottles. Now ho Is sound and forty-eigfeet In the at last, once for all. that where thinktbe first second, Instead of tbe barren lava bowl. ed with oil In the center of the choir, second second, eighty feet in tbe tblrd ing cauuot help us fetir certainly will "bard as flint and us smooth as glass." attempted to destroy tbe cathedral is the result, and ua'.ess the Inflam- well and weighs 21s wounds. For many mation can bo taken out and this tube years our family has used this wonfeet in his not. And tben we have worry by tbe as the picture man so picturesquely by tire. Tbe evil designs of the mcond. galniug thirty-tw- o velocity during every second after tbe throat. Collier's Weekly. were, however, happily restored to Its normal condition, hear derful remedy for Cougns and Colds puts It. tbe Inside of the crater was VsL found to be grass covered, with trees frustrated by tbe arrival of the na- ing will be destroyed forever; nine with oxcellont results." It's quick, From a height of 1.000 feet he will and bushes standing here and there, tional guard. cases out of ten are caused by Catarr safe, reliable and guaranteed. Price They Court Death. come down In about eight seconds, and Steeplejacks are proverbially reck. which drew their moisture from the which Is nothing but an Inflamca con CO cents and $1.00. Trial bottle free will strike the ground with a velocity Mietera Are Second Clata. less-- or m apparently so In their action "liquid sunshine." as tbe Honolulu peoat all druggists. dition of the inuious surfaces. of about i5(i feet er second. From a when engaged on their dangerous ple charmingly describe the rain. Though one cannot decide what Is a We will give One Hundred Dollars height of 10.000 feet be would fall in work. A laborer wbo was attached to Tbe guide pointed out the observa- lady by rule of thumb, there are cerSurely Sufficiently Governed. seconds and would one of these experts used commonly to tory high up ou the Ewa side of the talu kindred problems tbat can be for a'ny case of Deafness (caused by about twenty-fivThe human family Is subject to by strike with u velocity of 400 feet er take a midday nap wherever he might crater from which o Ulcers direct the solved In thut way. and the railway catarrh) that cannot be' cured fifty principal forms of goveruinent.'h Hall Catarrh Cure. Send for circu SODd. happen to be situated. His mates shooting by the men who man the big company knows how to solve them. guns at tbe fort outside tbe crater. Are you. for instance, an esquire or lars free. F. J. CHENEY &CO..To- Tbe same kind of calculation can commonly found him ou the top of a b applied to (lie gravitation between steeple or chimney stretched full Those men never see the target at only a plain mister? The railway com- ledo, O. Puts End To Bad Habit. 2be earth and the moon. If tbe moon length upon a single board, his arms which they aim far out at sea. Tbe pany can tell at ouce. If you bold n Sold by Druggists, 7Cc. Things never look bright to ono were not lu uiotlou across tbe direcTake Hall's Family Bills for con- with "the blues." Ton to one the dangling over Its sides, fast asleep. A projectiles fftim the high powered guns second class season ticket any letter tion of tbe earth's "pull" it would fall single lurch would have meant a fall pass over the crater, and by telephone comes addressed to Mr. Blank, but if stipation. ' trouble Is a sluggish liver, filing tfiT m to tbe 'urtb in about 110 hours. of a couple of hundred feet, and there- from the observutory the men learn you rise to a first class you become system with bilious polson.that Dr. Now, to return to the mystery, bow Sleeps For 34 Days. fore certalu death, yet he treated this whether they have made a hit or miss. at once A. Blank, Esq. That Is where King's Now Life Pills would the railway has the pull over the In I but force exerted? is It really a Ijosslblllty with the utmost Indifference. They generally score n hit. a San Jose, Cal., Oct. 14. Wright Try them. Let the Joy of better In the event of u war Involving tbe on which there ure no classes. pulL as It seems to be? The answer Chicago Itecord-Herald- . Keoble, IS, ii ept tor thlrty-thro- o ond "the blues." Best for United States ou the Pacific tbe crater Loudon Globe. days to which science Is tending Is that InIn tho hay on his uncle's farm lioforo of Dlamoud Head may Indeed prove and kldnos. 25c at all drugstead of tielug a pull, gravitation Is a The Onion In Cooking. ! Lion of" Hawaii." as Frauces his sickness was discovered. Young gists. m jiush: in other words, that the fulling One Worse. The greatest of Freiich cooks, belnff "the Dillingham, u Honolulu poet, has aeronaut is pushed toward the ground asked to give the secret of his success, Bent Blnka. with a yawn, said to a fish- Keeblo still further puzzled physicians Ifyouhaa young children you hae and tbe moon is pushed toward the unswered: "The very foundation of all described it. and "If once stirred his erman: when the mysterious and dreadful paw could sweep u navy to Its death. earlb. "Time ain't very valuable to you. coma Jeft him for a moment recently. perhaps noticed that disorders of tlw I good cooking is butter aud onion! stomach arts their most common all- On tbe faro of It one might think use tbem In all my sauces and gravies. If once a roused bis roar woujd soon brother: that's plain. Here I been Ho muttered words indistinctly and (merit, (ro nothing wus gained by this They have the effect of milking u cus- be heard across the sea aud echoed you three hours, and you agalu lapsed Into tbat correct this you will Mud u state of coma. Sands In Los ain't bad a bite!" theory, because It seems as impossible tomer come back for mure. Butter from the sky."-IIur- old C'liamberluln's Stomach and Liver Tan "Well," drawled tbe fisherman, "my tbat a push should be exerted without without onion will drive the customer Angeles Times. Sick headache Is caused oy a disor- lots exct lent. They aro easy and tangible connection as a pull, Hut uwuy after a few days. Boll the onion time's too valunble. anyhow, to wuste dered stoma:h. Take Chamberlain's Pleasant to take, and mild and gentl) Quite Superfluous. three hbtirs of It watchln" a feller tlsh 1 ablets tbe clew Is found In the supposed prop- till It melts or entirely disappear; and correct (that and tho In effect. For sale by alt dealers, m Mrs. Ellsworth had n new colored that ain't gettin' u. bite."-S- an erties of tbat Invisible, Intangible, all then add the butter aud call tho mixFran headaches will disappear. For sa!!o Id. Ono morning, as the mad came cisco Call. inn pervading medium calltd the ether. ge. ture by all dealers . m downstairs, the mistress said: . Tbix. to be sure. Is explaining one "Kmtnu. did you knock nt tlss mystery by another, for we know Habits of the Hired Man. Nerve of Her. Old Shoe Key to Murder. Flora's door when I sent you ip with nothing about tbe ether except that "Well, did them uiovlug plcturo peo-pi- e "How Is your new maid':" get pictures of everything ou the Gulfport, Miss.. Oct. 4. An old shoe t conveys tint waves of light and elec"I guess she Is all right: she has the hur breakfast';" "No. nm'nm," replied the maid, with farm?" tricity: but, at any rate. It affords a baby out nt present. But xhe has a found besldo a badly do;omiwsed body preternatural gravity. "What wns'ile "Everything but the gosh blamed In o swamp soverdl days ago, led iwKflvuble explanation of gravitation. nerve." to use oh at her do' w'en 'I hired man." nald Farmer Heck. "They tho identification Dr. Charles !. Hrush's theory regards "How was that';" of the foody as that i knowed !o"sure she wus lu darV" couldn't ketch blm In motion." Kun-a- s of Guy Johnson, aged the tlluT Is being tilled with n peeul-ia- r "She wanted to take Fldo nlong, aud 10 years, the City Journal. UtCAfl. Pirmiua form of wnve.-- t and that material whe Is ulinot wholly unknown to us." New York Tost. arrest of three, negroes and a confesCelel)rte4 (or Mrle. peifect fit. almpticity ftodles may Intercept these waves In Houston l'n.-.t-. reliability ncirlr 40 years. Sold in n"'1!. sion from ono of theni,' according to k every In the Same Boat, n way as to be pushed toward ouch l city and town In tho UniteJ Sfct Cheering. the police. Cinjjj, or by null direct. More K)M ln ner Dad (stern lyi-- So yon want to rrw (mother on aivunnt of tbe illmln-V!i- l I Mrs. Knagg-- If were to die you'd All In the Game. iny other nuko. Send for tree c'Ulogue, marry my daughter, do you? Scared never get another wife like me. Knagg Tho boy left homo to go to a nelgl eflivt of the el her wiives n th McCALIS MAGAZINE "Harold, you mustn't eat all the pea- S'ttltor t (... uu llnta ....I uuuse me oyenjng or June 8 pact beliveeii the liudles.-linrr- ett P. 'u, It's very kind of you to say that. nun any oinci f.ihlltll Mutnocro .( nuts, even If you are pretending M worse than she sir, bbbnt not any msiratlnn million a tiianth. Invaluable, L wants to marry me. and had not been heard from until In New York Journal. Sorties Boston Transcript. he a monkey. You must give sister c dressmaking, rnuiwcrj, nyie, pattern, Bostou Transcript. his body, showing .effects of 'violence, jiiam sewlnr. f.lnrv needlework. luirdrcW1!, tome," etiuette. good stories, etc. Only W crrtjt A Method Is the hinge of business, wml wns loium jn a swamp near Uanda- If jfM know bow lo spend less than Tear iworin double), Including a rre ru". "But, mother, I'm pretending she's He is the truly roiirngeous man wbo (here Is no method without older and boro. PT bu bcrS today, or send tat auil!q yoj) jjvt you have the philosopher's some kind o' animal wot doenu't eat never diponds.-ConfticiWONDEKFVL INDUCEMENTS i.in punctuality. -- Uunuuli Moio. Franklin, peanuts." Life. Ilolaon Hawers, Rd Lalibett Und to Ajcntf. Postal brings premium catalog'" Vebsey Scott, oil negroes, were arreat I and mwcuhprita otters. Address Living- A NATURAL RIDDLE TRIALS OF AN EXPLORER. Bieknesa and Agony That Livingston Endured In Africa. Writing on David Livingstone, missionary mid African explorer. Sir Hur-r- y II. Johnston wiys In the tlrltWh GUNS IN A CRATER !.CUZC0AN-H-E INCAS. 9S99S99S9S99H9S9999&WifiS LOUISVILLE Poultry Supply Co, East Market Street ft semi-dellriii- cov-ere- LOUISVILLE, KY. poultry the T south J u SUPPLIES Price esfrsvsvvyvvsSrVvvvv BETHEL COLLEGE prede-hameh- r. e d cora-gkie- ly oth-,or- ,' s al-t- e s. ell' feel-Insstom-ach.llv- er stock."-Kxchun- mEJi - -- '- - I Ktoue.-Benjai- uo. i OU McCAlX. CO, IW to MS W. J7t St, NEW YOB COURIER - JOURNAL t t WHIRLING BODIES They Invariably Tend to Point to the Pole Star. SCIENCE AND SPINNING A BEAUTY IN AN AX. DO FALSE GREEDS MAKE CRIMINALS? Prison Statistics Support Inference, Says Pastor Russell. Reverenoe For God Conttitutional With All With Proper Conception of God All Would Delight to Worship Him How Satan Ha Fostered the Misconceptions How Theie In Turn Have Driven Men From the Almighty In Fear God Ha Been Pictured a Beelzebub The Bible, Considered the Revelation of Satanic Purpose, I Shunned The People Perish For Knowledgo Christians Lack of Should Awake The True God Should Be Preached True Knowledge Will Draw All Men Toward Him. ijjHKST nX For 1913. You can not keep posted on current events unless you read the TOP. t : That the Earth Revolves on It Axis May Be Proved by a Simple Experiment With the Gyrostat Phenomena of Rapidly Revolving Object. COURIER- - JOURNAL Louisville, Ky. HENRY WATERSON, Editor WEEKLY COURIER-JOURNA- L AND HARTFORD REPUBLICAN Both One Year for $1.5 0. Begular price of Weekly Courier-Journa- l $1.00 a year. We can also make a special rate on Daily or in combiSunday Courier-Journnation with this paper. al To Get Advantage of This Cut Rate, Orders Must Be Sent to Us, Not to Courier-Journa- l. t LAND OF MIRAGES Death Valley and Its Treacherous ' Lures of Beauty. WORK OF A GOOD SAMARITAN. Back, the Prospector, Who Hat Mad th Dasert Bloom With Quidtpott nnn fallen upon the burning sanun 10 die. "In algnboardlng the desert Beck has Pointing th Way to Water and Saved Many Man From Daath. 1b the American Magazine Is an article about Lew Westcott Beck, who Is known as the "good Samaritan ot Death valley." He and bis dog, have saved many prospectors from a horrible death by making the desert blossom with guideposts showing the way to water. The following Is an extract from the article: "Time was when Beck was a plain prospector In the Cripple Creek country. He was In on the diggings at Lcadvllle. and be punned u round In Montana awhile. Likewise he rushed Into, the Big .Horn a the time of the mineral striko there, but be never ABtruck a lend that made hlin rich. "Eventually he drifted down through Nevada and Into Death valley, ctmslug rainbows. Wild, rumors u bo ut 'Death Valley' Scotty's big find In that section electrified the country, and scores of prospectors rushed into the desert, expecting to make their fortune In a few days. Beck was 'among those pres- Itu-Xu- s, "There were several In Beck's party. They hiked many miles through the mirage land. 0 tiding nothing worth while and worrying constantly lest they exhaust their supply of water. For two days they sought water boles., and when out of water they went for hours with tongues swollen and lips parched from want of moisture. Then when death seemed Inevitable they suddenly discovered a tiny stream trickling out of a cunyon at the base of the Punainlnt mountains. "When Beck returned to civilization be was a changed man. t He bad Been stands that were strewn with skulls: aad that sight had put a big Idea Into 1il bead. "Came spring, and Beckt made another trip through Death valley. At bis aide was a Newfoundland dog, The prospector carried a bundle of tin utrlps. They were signboards to guide the wanderers' steps aright "Bach wuramer since then the prosit pector.and bis dog bave made a Journey to the land of the purple mist, piling up rocks and attaching signs to tbeai; searching for lost travelers and Incidentally keeping a lookout for a precious metal. Ojee pr twjee rf plece.of reepectore lUifMfbbi'.liaMtsr tofrom thirst,' wbe.Mter litt'au(t(iiur ent' 1 Effect of a Dream. "The happiest dream I can recall," said a successful business man, "was one I had ten years ago. In It I was with my good mother again, seated In the old home church. She placed ber band on my head and whispered. 'Bon. 1 am proud of you.' That little statement has kept me out of wrongdoing Song of a Little River. I Not Very Clean. There's no music like a little river's. more than all the sermons have ever beard and, 1 think, has made me a bet"And now I mean to handle your witIt plays the same tune (and that's the nesses without gloves." said a counsel favorite) over and over again, and yet ter man." Philadelphia Record. whoso witnesses had met with rather It does not weary of it like men tidA Values Are'Judged. severe treatment from' the other side. dlers. It takes the mind ont of door. "Great Scott, woman! Are you try"Indeed! That's more than I should and, though we should be grateful for like to do with yours." smlllugly regood houses, there is, after all. no ing 10 ruin nieV "Why, .Henry You don't even know torted bis learned friend. Londou Anhouse like God's out of doors. And. swers. lastly, sir. It quiets a man down like what I paid for the gown." "I know that any gown that" looks saying bla prayers. Robert Loula Ste as bad ns that' one costs more than I Oh, Where Was She? venson. can afford to pay." Life. "That new cook I secured U certainly, quiet." said Mr. Dubbs happily. Rejected. Quits Correct "One would never know she la about He Be mine and yon will make roe worships the place." A philosopher says. the happiest mau In the world She l "She Isn't" chimed In Mrs. Dubba. I'm very sorry, but unfortunately I what be cannot understand." If he bnppy myself. Uoston referring to women he la correct New. "She left 'early this inornlujr" Phila want to tie delphia' Ledger. Orleaas I'icayune. Transcript 1 saved a number of thirst mad rainbow chasers and has also in remote districts stumbled upon the bleachliiK bones of dead men who may have found fortunes In the silver sulpburet district, but who did not live to tell the world about It At one time be assisted at the burial of four men who died of thirst within two miles of u spring. "The country that Beck traverses Is the mot arid section of the American continent a dreary stretch of hundreds of miles of desert, dotted here and there with foothills, buttes. dry creek beds, chaparral, prickly pear nmt sagebrush. Springs are miles upon miles apart Most of them are bitterly alkali, and some are poison. "On an ordinary summer afternoon the thermometer runs up to about 1.14 degree In the shade out in Death valley, and the most unpleasant thing about It Is that there is a dearth of shade. When man ventures out upon till trackless expanse the shimmering heat da7.es him. the scarcity of water crazes him. and the mirage treacherous, lying thing of beauty that It Is looms ever before him, flashing upon the canvns of his mind's eye a verdant valley, gorgeously green with growing tilings, fresh with flowers, wet with water and waiting to welcome him. "He can see grassy hill slopes Just ahead, and the mirrored lake appears to He Just beyond some beckoning meadow. He follows on and on and afterward drains the last drop from his canteen Then bis throat become-parched, his tongue cleaves to the roof of bis mouth, and strange things pass before bis eyes; The buzzards begin to soar over him, and the coyotes sit upon tbetr hunkers and watch htm chase rainbows until be pitches for ward upon bis face and closes his eyes upon a world that Is too mysterious and merciless for him to linger In longer." Spinning n top Is not always child's play, although It has generally been regarded us a Juvenile sport. Once In England top whipping was practically ordered by law. There was a huge top formerly provided In every village to be whipped In frosty weather that the peasant might be kept warm by the exercise and out of mischief while they could not work. Shakespeare In "Twelfth N'lght" says. "His brains turn like a parish top." lien Junon in "New Inn" writes, "lie spins like n parish top." and Beaumont and Fletcher bave "dances like n town top and reels and hobbles." ttrclyn, the diarist. Fpenklng of the uses of willow wood, says that It was ordered that "the great town tops should be made thereof." Of late years, however, science has taken n hand In spinning tops with fruitful results. Prom spinning tops we can learn many Interesting and valuable things. I'or example, we can prove that the earth revolves on Its axis and calculate at what speed. The phenomena ot spinning bodies are extremely Interesting. If you throw your hat Into the ulr. but without spinning It. It I full perhaps on one side, perhaps on the other, but If you give It a spinning motion before sending it Into the air It will always come down the sa me side down ns it went up. The same thing Is true of coins and in fact of all objects spun in this manner. A knife. If merely thrown Into the air, may come down at any angle, but if held point down and sent spinning Into the air it will on falling stick Its point Into the floor Invariably. Other bodies acquire rigidity when spun rapidly. Thus a piece of chain If placed on a wheel and made to revolve rapidly will form n perfect circle and If thrown off the wheel suddenly will roll across the table or the floor Just like a solid hoop until Its speed Is diminished, when It will full Into a huddled mass. It Is a strange fact that spinning bodies always tend to point to the north star the pole star. Gently, but firmly, they seem to tug nt their moorings In on effort to assume the angle that will point them In that direction. Once they bave attained It they do not vary. If. now. yon want to prove the rotation of the earth by means of a spinning top you can do so as follows: Provide yourself with a gyrostat capable of being driven by electricity so hours that It can run for twenty-fou- r or more without stopping. Set this going and point It to the north or pole star. It will soon assume that dlrec tlon. Now. as the axis of the top Is pointed in a certain direction (say the north wall of the roomi and stays there, without ever moving, this will be a guide to you to cbeOk off your observations. And ns you watch you will notice that In six hours' time the top will point to the west and six hours later to the south, six hours later to tbe east and at the conclusion of the twenty-fou- r hours it wilt have completed the circle and will again be pointing due north. It will bave completed the circuit of the four walls of the room. treating the proportion maintains the ' following thesis: possibly n nec"There Is 1111 essary, correlation between mechanical efficiency ami aesthetic proportion. In other words, as u tool nr n machine Increases In nil round cfilcicucy there Is a corresponding Increase In the aesthetic quality of Its pioportlons." As an examine the American ax. "the most beautiful 'in existence," Is. described and im.tlyxcri: "Theory, accident nnd expcrlen(e have stood beside the suillli ns he has forged tl.e blade, the lieiiil and the eye of the av. The same furuM Innejn flueuced the makers of (lie li.tndle :is they have selected the hickory, have shaped It In the tough witli n and drawing knife nnd finished !t bv the open llicsidc. with Unlfe and rindp.tper straight. and broken glass. 110111 round stick It has become what we sec. a gracefully curving handle, flat enough to enable the woodsman to ' hold the blade true, large cnougli to fit the hand comfortably, enlarged suf-- 1 ficlently at the end to make sure the grasp yet be no bar to the comfort ot the user and curved enough to secure the 'maximum of ease and vigor of stroke. "The whole constitutes n balanced perfection which is as beautiful in Its proportion as It Is etliclent in Its 'action. The edge 'of the blade rounds gently at Its extremities for ease of entrance to the wood and recovery irom 11: auove tnese rounucu enis 01 the cutting edge the, blade Is made somewhat thinner front nnd back than through the body of the wedge, and for u similar reason, namely, that there may be greater recovery for the next stroke. The head Is Just massive enough to balance the blade nnd Is either made square for striking n nonpenetrating blow or Is, gently rounded." 11 I Glowing Tribute to the Symmetry of the American Product. In Professor T. I)e Tiiriuo'H "Aesthetic Education" Von Ilartmann's formal orders of beauty are the text for several one of which 111 Security Lift Insurance Co. Not the oldest not the biggest but the STRONGEST in 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.HEDRICK. A. S. TANNER, - YOU this H Columbus, Salesmen and Smile. "The smile Is one of the greatest assets of the successful salesman or saleswoman." says the manager of a department store linen department "It makes friends for the store as read-llas do moderate prices and good goods. "The ability to smile for eight hours a day Is a trait bard to acquire and possessed by few store help. Yet it can be gained by constant practice the watching of oneself nnd not per- muting at any time tne sngutest a frown. "I recall my first purchase In a New York department store. I was directed to the counter where I could find the special article of my choice. I was met by a gruff 'What is It? from the sales- -' man. I recall I said. 'Nothing,' and I havep'been In that store since." New York Press. What does this mean? It means that the room has revolved round the top. but ns the room Is fixed to the solid earth It Implies that the whole earth has revolved round the top, which Consealone remained stationary. quently we have proved by this means that the enrth has turned once round on its axis, and that It does so turn, and that the heavens remain still and stationary. Many Interesting astronomical discoveries have been made by the aid of spinning tops, and the facts obtain ed by their study have been applied to the rotation of heavenly bodies, the earth Included, nnd the "wabble" of Its axls.has been calculated by this means. In many ways, therefore, the spinning top Is a valuable scientific instrument. Hereward Carrlngton In New l'ork World. a man's a fool to allow himself to be henpecked." There was a general roar of laughter, says the Cleveland Plain Dealer. Then one of the men asked: "And how did you come to make that startling discovery?" "Well, It was this way. My wife was Jumping on me something fierce, and I couldn't' figure out how I deserved It So I spunked up and said: 'Look here, why do you always pick on me when you're sore? Why don't you raise thunder with Albert once In awhile?' (Albert's our youngest boy.) 'Why.' she says. 'Albert woutdn t stand for It. that's why!' " Famed a a Murderer. story once went the rounds In Paris s tbut an enterprising visitor to M. proposed to pick a quarrel with M. Rochefort and kill blm. "Many thanks." said Constans, "but ' I do my own murders." The retort found Its way to Constantinople, nnd when M. Constans arrived there as French ambassador he was struck by the exaggerated deference of the Turkish officials from Armenia. A man who did his murders himself was a remarkable figure to administrators who employed the Kurds for that necessA Con-stan- "I Just found out lust night" be said, looking nervously at bis watch, "that The Answer. ary-business. A Like Retort. dapper young shoe clerk fitted a number nine over a former's yarn sock. "When you get these on," be smilingly remarked, "you can sing 'How Firm a Foundation.' " The farmer answered not 11 word until the number nines were on bis feet nnd Ills old shoes In a neatly "wrapped package uudcr bis arm. As be reached the door he smilingly said. "And you can Ring 'A charge to keep I have.' "Philadelphia Ledger. A ' "A-ma- n Rvll counsel la swift In Its march. Chance generally favors the prudent Plutarch. Joulwrt man used to vicissitudes Is not easily dejected. Samuel Johnson. A Ilussell preached twice here today. We report one of his discourses, from tho text, "If our Gospel be hid. It Is bid to them that arc lost in whom the god of bath blinded the minds of trwjiw-- K.O.JJUI-them which be lieve not, lest the light of the glorious Gospel of Christ who Is the Image of God, should shine unto them' U Corinthians 4:3, 4. 1 do not chnrge tur forefathers with evil Intent In making the creeds. I cheerfully admit that every creed contains an element of Bible Truth. My contention is that Satan has substituted the creeds for the Bible; and Into the creeds, through human weakness, he has Injected a sufficiency of nonsense nnd "doctrines of demons" to render them unbcalthful for saints, and absolutely poisonous to others, said the Pastor. Taking up his text he declared that Its truthfulness Is manifest on every hand. The word Gospel means "good tidings of great Joy." This Gospel of Divine Love and Mercy toward our race Is completely hidden from the world. Even mature Christians discern but little because the creeds of human tradition bave so misrepresentj ed God and His purposes as to make of them bod tidings. "Hath Blinded Their Mind. The Pastor pointed out that St Panl. ns well as the other Apostles, foretold the falling away of the Church from "the faith once delivered to the saints." Bt Paul particularly declared that this , would result from giving heed to seducing spirits. and. doctrines of demons the fallen angels. (1 Timothy 4:1.) In a thousand ways, through mediums, planchettes, visions and dreams, these seducing spirits bave Intruded their demon doctrines upon God's Church. Their purport Is to deceive mankind regarding God's real character and purposes. The Pastor then showed how success' ful Satan and bis fallen host have been. While persuading men that, they were afar off stoking fires, they bave really been assisting ecclesiastics In ' mlstnterpretlon of the Bible, especially Its parables and symbolical statements. As a result the glory of God manifested In Jesus for human salvation Is unintelligible to the world. The statement of our text "Hid to them that are lost." said the Pastor. does not mean that they are lost because tbey cannot see It The Bible distinctly tells us that all are lost through Adam's disobedience. The Apostle means that the masses of the losr world cannot see the Gospel light Soon Christ will take His power and reign. His first work wll be to bind Satan, that be may no longer deceive mankind. What Prison Statistics Mean. In all modern prisons, statistics are kept showing what religious training wns received by the prisoners In early life. In almost every case the prisoners guilty of the wosf serious crimes were from Infancy trained to believe In eternal torment. In such bonus, fear prevailed instead of love. The natural effect upon the children would be a terror of God, a torturing fear respecting the future. Even In Christian homes, the par-eufeared to tell the children their advanced views. They said. If children lire scarcely restrained from with the thought of eternal torture, how terrible might be their course if they were to doubt thnt doctrine! Little did we realize the foolishness of such reasoning. Fear cannot draw the sinner to God. "The love of Christ constralnetb us." The Pastor then showed that the Influence of tho creeds of tbe Dark Ages has been .the very reverse of what has been expected. Man naturally has reverence for God. The true knowledge of God would incline men, to 1 worship Him. Tbe highest qualities" of tfeslr belug would find expression In worship. With tbe enlightenment of the Bible men would learn that, all are sinners; that death, ta tbe penalty for sin; but that God has provided through Jesus' death a reconciliation. By .hiding the Truth from men. Satan has driven (hem from their best Friend-Almig- hty God. In dread or arGod and In fennoftheiun-ierc'f- al rangements for tbe future taught tbem from Infancy, many have plunged beadloag Into ain, striving to forget God. But a true knowledge of God's character baa revolutionised tbe Uvea of many. September Ohio, 28. Pastor HaffftafrJ - Hartford. 'ataKm.V I Owcnstoro. I - ek! this-worl- HAVE YOUR SUITS Cleaned i Pressed ) special attention. Hats Cleaned and delivered. month. Hartford Pressing Y. M. C. Repairing and Dyeing neatly done. Ladies work given Hepaired. Work called for ami Club rate $1.00 per Glut, A. BLDG.r HARTFORI), KY. ak KILL th CQUGH WITH, I CURB thc LlfffCS Dr. King's Nnr DisctiMy FMG8f?&l" Sfe Mm MXTHBOATAWeiUIWIlelWisW, aUAXAVZXXaalATIaVr, OX JKBKWT VXWUW. i, . , I tz. r- - tmLm, UhmLmmpOilthtd Smvmm Eymm Nothing Is mora Important ta the home than clear, steady light Insure this by setting: tbe oil that burns clear ana clean without a flicker down to the last drop. .fennaylvanU crude oil reflned to perfection. Costs no more than tbe tank-wagkind aave iMONEr eaves WORK saves eyes. Your dealer has SOUTH OtU tn barrels direct from our works. on FiS Cfcas. C Sfen Of Ctt ajr. I (We sell .the Refinery at 'Warren, TM. celebrated "K Cars" Auto OU. LeatavUIe. ts evil-doin- g NEW NOT THK IEWINO MACHINS OF QUALITY SOLD UNDER ANY OTHER NAME. HOME WARRANTED. FOR ALL TRUE. If you purchase tbe K V UOMK jnoa wtU bave a lite asset at the priceyou pay, db4 wOJ not bave an endless chain eX repairs. fflBi m TeaBBBBBBBBBBr . Cfctapett SnklW - rm "H a awing niaebla, writ fa) If you, our lauet osjiseiUjbetoe you fmrtbasc ai TtiltaSlsCo.lRiitast: .'M.-x.JM4t- u- - ..,- - Hartford Republican. H.Mjord, Kj., m Batrd mtordlnK InHaving sold my entire one-haRepublican to the senterest in The C M. BARNETT, J. NEY FOSTER ior editor, Mr. C. M. Harnett, I Bover EDIT0R8 my connections with this imper with this Issue. During my three years con communications to nectlon with The Republican 1 havC Address all made every effort to give our reader The Hartford Republican. a good newspaper, as was consistent with tho supiiort given, and In that NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS deolrlnit th irMiit tn n new tlnio havu made many friends over Bubufrilxrn In iimklnK the tho county, whom I shall ever re oddiww nnt glTf the old .ldr. rqtet. member. It Is with regrot that J cave TJwollclteii mnnnfcrlpU will not be return d the newspaper field, but having othnolcfinpanled liy mstMire. will recelre to er business open to me, which has Auoujroa comrannlcntloin been under my consldcrtalon for some attention. time, I feel it is better to do so. T3C SFJXOITS. J. NEY FOSTER. clua. ull for the present County Democratic ticket? We will gladly glvo space for an answer to this question by somo to lw nt lU l'oitolflw member of that ticket. CAREFUL SURVEY ntlr oj the cond lf qoufh Blrei....... ..13 FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10. Wouldn"t It pay to hold the next Congress of Governors In New York? Is there danger of Colonel Roosevelt being captured by the Republic- an party? Even Democrats the speed limit. their steam roller has now admit that been exceeding New york is thinking of driving out all the crooks regardless of Pone-llnethat might ensue. ss The race for Mayor of Louisville has simmered down to a mere question of who pays the highest wages. .Harry Thaw doubtless never knew bow much the State of Now York thought of him until be tried to escape. To be sure and get a profit out of their business the modern train bandits might sell the moving pic- ture rights. Congress has purchased a $7,000 Marshal. for Thus do they slip away from "Democratic simplicity." nt Question: Can worked will now have a chance to Burton, Hartford R. 1, has arrangjust how t should be done. ed to enter Monday. This week closes the first month i&. dollar a pound is mentioned as and the monthly tests were held in the probable price of beef in ten years all departments. Wouldn't it be better to give us an The trees have been cut on the astic food supply Instead of an elas- front campus and uiu i,.ading is tic currency? progressing rs;.idl: , preparatory to opposed the tak- putting iu con.rete walks. President' Wilson of consisting ing of Depyty Collectors and Deputy 'ihc ne. t.tuipment chair, recitation out of the Civil Service teachers' desk and Marshals seats, shades for the windows and lirt. Wi'l he use his big stick to a handsome clock for the auditorium, prevent it? which was given toy the High School Jjo far as we can learn the cam-Bai- teachers, has been placed and adds the in Ohio county this year is greatly to the convenience of being conducted on a high plane. This school. Lyceum The first number of the 1 .highly creditable to all the candidates and should continue to the course will be given on October 25, when Landon, the inimitable imper end. sonator, makes his second appearIf the dirty, disgraceful row in ance before a Hartford audience. He iNew York between Tammany and the delighted his hearers here two years Governor did not happen to be en- ago and the committee secured his tirely Democraatic, how our Demo return for this year's course. Pro-lan- d cratic papers would boll over with in Nichols, also a popular lecturer, dignation. will fill a return engagement here on November 4. Funny that England, Germany and Italy should celebrate what the PresiEDWARDS SCHOOLHOUSE. dent calls the "freeing or business" in this country. We cannot help but Mrs. C. A. Bryant, of this itlace, is believe that which makes them laugh on the sick list. , Kirs. John Nix and Miss Lennls will cause us to weep at no distant Lous, who have .been sick for sev-crday. days are no better at this writseveral ing. We have been asked, times, df the proclamation by Gov. VIr. L. V. Voils is able to bq out McCreary designating Oct. 24 and 25 again. The little son of Mr. Henry Min-to- n for general road working Is compuof Centertown was burled at lsory. It is. Just as compulsory as the pnxi'amatlon for Thanksgiving Bethel on last Saturday. Mr. Jeff Plckrel and .Miss Luclle every year. Lowls eloped to Rockport and were The Hartford Herald says it favors married. free trade in Hartford for outside Mr. Coy, McLean Co., passe'' thru pedifcors in meat, etc. We are not. here Monday buying cattle. We favor a reasonable license, liut Several from Red Hill attended not a prohibition one. We think ?n.00 prayer meeting at this place on Suna year about right, Instead of $700 day night. ler year, as fixed .by the present Mr. Myrtle Faught and wife und Democratic Council. children, of Hartford, called at Mr. Dormon Hurts Sunday afternoon. Ohio county Domocratlc leaders arc SneW is visiting in Mrs. .ore on the Hartford Herald. For Warren Sarah county. a long time Its loyalty to some of Mr. Clyde Bryant visited his faththe candidates on that ticket has er and mother from Saturday until been questioned, and when it began Sunday. to Jiarp qn this iaper and to urge Mr. Charlie Lelrch is visiting nt it on to stronger supjort of the Oweusboro. Republica ticket all doubt of its at School at tills placo is progressing tltud was swept aside. nlcUy. Mr. and Mrs, Dormon Hurt and The citizens of Hartford are stand Ing shoulder to shoulder for hor Miss Wlnnlo Raines attended the A movement to Owensboro fair. They wero aoconi-Wille- d splendid school. by Mr. E. J. Tllford, Mlsa ratse money by subscription to grade (he Collcgo lot and lay suitable con- Ethel Raines and Mr. Jesse Raines, crete walks met with a splendid re- of Heaver Dam. Wo are all glad to know wo have sponse. Almost $500. having been subscribed in a short time. No town Hov. Vunhoy back as pastor at Bethel in Kentucky tun beat Hartford on the again. school question. Notice. .show us en al true to its own party when it actually offers criticism to others for felling to lambaste its ticket? School Notes. The fellow who always kicks at Mr. Romney Smith, Bell's Run, en the manner in which the roads are tered school recently. Mr. Herbert a political organ be Boy Shows Grit. Central City, Ky., Oct. 7. Young Raymond Miller, 14, son of Mr. and Mrs. Luclan Miller, of Central City, accompanied by his father, went to Owcnsboro recently for an operation of tho nose. It was explained the fact that there was more or less danger attached to the operation, as there had been cases .where patients undergoing It had bled to death. The boy insisted on taking the chance, but refused ito be put un der the Influence of other than a local anesthetic. He stootl the opera tion well, and a little later the father, accompanied by a young man of Central City who was devoted to young Miller, was admitted to sec the Hatter. The young man no soon er caught a glimpse of Raymond ly ing on the bed with evidences of the suffering he had undergone than he fell fainting. The instant Raymond saw the plight of his friend he bounded out of :bcd away from (his nurse and, yhile he held cotton to his bleeding nose, placed his own under the head of his swooning friend. Turning ,to his father, he said: "Now, father, got a glass of ice water for him and he will soon be all right." Just then Raymond was hurried to his bed by his attendant and was trying to convince the boy that he was the patient and not the nurse. Raymond is Improving every lay and will soon ibe strong. ipM-lo- w ... Astray Taken up as an ostray, one hog Our good neighbor, the Hartford Herald is outraged because it thinks abou a year old. Owner can lmvo this paper 1b not giving warm suif (sald hog by identifying and paying jxrt to the County Republican tick- tor upitc-s- nnu tins notice. W. G. BOSWELL, et. By the way, since wo come to It. . Il.irtfnrtl. ' Kv. think pf 1J, what has the Hvra'd done p I plums, pears, green or ripe, bushel, under present law, 25 cents; under new ftiw, 10 cents. Bdlblo berries, qt present law, 1 cent; now law, 2 cent. OF TOBACCO CROP lemons, limes, grapefruit, oranges, pound, present law 1 cent; now law cent. ) Been Made By J. M. Mousses, present law, 4S.G per cent Has new law, frtc. Cattle, each, present law, $3.75; new Vaughn, a Buyer. law, free. .; Sheep, each, present law, ii tw law, free. m' MI'lliKi'iiii'lltViiUJiilAlli At Least Fifty Per Cent, of A Full ilnrlcy, bushel, present Haw, 30 . . now .aw, 15 cents. Crop Improvement in Mucaronla, pound, present law, 1 COT IVE.D cents; new law, 1 cent. Quality. Poultry, pound, present law, ;i cts.; new ilaw, 1 cent. WHAT OUR PATRONS iNr-FT- ) Raw wool, present law, IS.'JO per The Owensboro Messenger sas: cent; now law, free after Dec. 1. After a careful survey of the toAND Wool yarns, present law, 7!).70 per 9 PLEASES bacco situation in the five counties c cent; now law, 1S.90 per cent. making up what Is known ns the Wool blankets, present law, 72.00 Green River district, J. M. Vniighnn per cent; new law, 30.00 per cent. expressed the opinion on Monday AVool underwear, present law, OXS0 that tho district would figure out per cent; new law 35.70 per cent. fllG ITEVHOO. a-about 30,000,000 pounds of tobacco. clothing, present law, 70 Wool si PO.Jr- rTho crop for last year ran to r per cent; new law, 35 per cent. .but thl3 was considered Wool dress goods for women nnd about 4,000000 pounds over the nor children, present law, 09.7 per cent; mal crop, which should run about ' new law, 35 per cent. pounds. Certain portions 3S.000.000 Cotton clothing, present law, CO of Daviess county have practically per cqnt; new law, 30 per cent. no tobacco, but since the rains it "BLEJJED S THE MAN WHO HAJ FOUND Cotton table damask, present law, was estimated by Mr. Vaughan that 10 per cent; new law, 25 per cent. WE HAVE FOUND OUR.S. WE HIJ WORK" at least fifty per cent of the crop Cotton collars and cuffs, present would be made. The condition at this AND ARE ABLE To law, C4 per cent; new law, 3u per KNOW THI 6 time are unusually good, and the qu.a7.lty expectations cent. far above the GIVE OUR PATRoNJ THE BENEFIT OF OUR. Cotton stockings, present law 75 five weeks back. per cent; new law, 40 per cent. While there should bo no great WE BOUGHT WHAT OUR EXPERIENCE. Cotton underwear, present law CO expectations of a much larger price per cent, new 'law, 30 per cent. being offered for the now crop, iMr. CUJToMERJ WANT, AND WE ARE MAKING Trimmed hats, present faw, 00 er Vaughan thinks that because of the cent; new law, 40 per cent. CUJToMERJ BY JELLING AT THE RIGHT extra quality, as evidenced by the 4 Brooms, present law, 40 per cent; present crops which he inspected, the new law, i5 per cent. PRICE. WE WANT YOU FOR A crop should start off at a good figOllclothes, present law, 41 ier recent ure, somewhat In advance of cent; new law, 25 per cent. AND IF YOU BUY FROM U S WE WILL MAKE crops. The crop now being cut, whr.e lacking some in color, Is more than A FRIEND AND CUSTOMER OF YOU, BEAUTJT HITS made up for in body and substance. WILSONS There Is the most remarkable "come- CAUSE WE WILL MAKE EVERY EFFORT To out" in .the new crop that has ever MESSENGER BOY been experienced in the history of PLEA5E YOU. tobacco growing in Daviess county. Instancing a crop on a farm near Stanley, .Mr. Vaughan repeated the Victim of Crash is Taken Is experience of a grower who Urfd him White House Car To that he was never so disheartened as when he viewed tho poor chances he His Mother. had for a livelihood during the winter, but after the rain began falling and the weather became more seaWashington, Oct. 5. While PresiINCORPORATED. sonable, the weed commenced growing and spreading, and at the time dent Wilson was motoring thru the of Mr. Vaushan's visit was superior southeastern section of the city early returning to the White to his crops of the past three years. tonight House from a long ride thru MaryI'U Sight You. land his automobile struck Robert old messenger To a nice new residence at the best Crawford, a bargain In Hartford, if you'll write boy, slightly bruising him about the f Mrs. Albert Leach last week. to Lock Box 435. If you1 want a knees. Young Crawford was taken to a TO ALLOW REVENUE Mips .Mae Anient will leac Son-da- y home here, better hurry, for it won't We have hospital at once by Dr. Cary T. for a short vlBit In Graeavife last long at the price. MEN MORE TIME OFF and Luzerne. the best school in Western Ken- Grayson, the President's physician, y An examination tucky now, with our fine now build- who was along. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Plummer 1U4. showed ttiat no bones were broken and ing. their daughter. Mrs. I.00 Browu that his injuries were not at all serRep. Langley Introduces Bill To Sunday and Monday. ious. It Looks Like A Crime. Mr. N. B. White was In town MonThe boy was riding a ..bicycle and To separate a boy from a box of day night. Elevate Employes Of Bucklen's Arnica Salve. His pimples, trying to dodge stones being hurled Little Miss Marie Brown and Jiff. bolls, scratches, knocks, sprains and at him by another youngster, (when Byron Brown are on the sick list. Service. bruises demand it, and its quick re- he suddenly swerved directly Jn front Mrs. Wm. Porter is visiting In lief for burns, scalds or cuts is his of tthe President's car, as it rounded Owensboro. right. Keep it handy for boys, also a corner. Chauffeur Francis RobinQuite a number from thl3 lace Washington, Oct. 7. Having fathergirls. Heals .everything healable and son quickly applied the emergency 's ed in the House the law passed 'by attended tho unveiling of Jno. does It quick. Unequaled for piles. brake, stopping the car with a "jerk monument' by the W. O. W o Sixty-firCongress, granting ra Only 25 cents at all druggists before the wheels could pass over the the gaugers and storekeep- this placo at Sunnyslde cemetery in -- boy. gaugers, fifteen daB annual leave, Beaver Dam Sunday. The New Tariff. The President, who was riding In er Work has been dull on account of with pay, Reprosentathc John W. Here is a list of articles of every- the front seat with the chauffeur, lack of water. They are shipping watoday Introduced In the day necessity, representing both food was at the boy's side In an Instant, second of a scries of new ter in hero to run tho mines. and raiment, together with .the pres- lifting him from beneath the hood, Housethe measures designed to raise the ement tariff rate and those fixed in the while the secret service man disen- ployes NoticeStock Law Election of the Internal .Revenue Sertangled the demolished bicycle from Democratic bill: . vice to the same footing of other Commonwealth of Kentucky, Ohio (Sugar, present law, 48.5 per cent; under the automobile. Crawford's County. Court, Regd'.ar term, OctoGovernment employes. principal solicitation was his wheel. new law free. The bill introduced today, if enact- ber C, 1913, Hon. R. R. Wedding. "My wheel, my wheel," ho whimper Tea, present law, free; new law, v ed, I'M have to carry tho messages ed, will give storekeepers, gaugers, J. O. C. C, presiding. free. and storekeoper-gaugor- s one day of Carl "SI, Taylor, ot al., Coffee, present law, free; new law, now." vs. Judgment, order, &c. days promptly assured hl'o i sick leave for each twenty-si- x Tho President free. of service actually rendered, tho sick Stock Law Election, l'rentit.3 Ic- Salt, pound, present law, 7 cents; that ho would buy him a "nice new clnct, No. 30. wheel" and directed Dr. Grayson to leave to bo cumulative. The l.ungley new law, free. measures have the endorsement of P. N." 'Brown, ct ah, Bread, present law, 25 per cent; attend him constantly. vs. Judgment, order, &c. The boy was taken In tho secret the National Association of Storenow law 25 per cent. keeper Gaugers, an organization Stock Uiw Election, North KoA" Milk, gallon, present law, 2 cents; servlco automobVe to a hospital nt Gaugers, an organization which Is Hort Precinct, No. 8. which his mother Is employed. . new law, free. . dominated by Kentucky employes of In pursuance with tho Judsinonls Cream, present law, 5 cents; new the Revenue Service. and orders entered of record iu e.Vjf For Sale or Rent. law, free. A bill Introduced by Langley earlier of tho above styled actions, notlte Eggs, dozen, present iaw, 5 cents; My residence on Washington street, In tho present session provides that is hereby given that a poll will be next to Baptist church 9 rooms, now law, free. this Ulass of employes recolvo $1 ier opened in tho Prentiss Voting PreButter, per pound, present Jaw, C electric lights, hot and cold run- day' expenses when working away cinct and the North Rockport Votning water In bath and kitchen, cents. cents; new law 2 from home. At present tho subordi- ing Precinct on Tuesday, November present law, 1 good barn. Kcjs at Dr. Tappan's. Oatmeal, pound, nates of the Internal Rovenuo Ser- tho 4th. A. D., 11)13, to take the T. R. BARNARD. 13tf. cont; new law, 3 cent. vice recelvo nothing for expense. Oth- Bense of tho legafl'y qualified voters Flour, barrel,- - present law, 45 cts.; J. W. Copeland, of Dayton, Ohio, er Government employes receive fur 011 the question "Wholher or n"1 now law, free., purchased a bottle of Chamberlain's more than $1 per day for expenses, they aro in favor of making it unCheese, pound, present law, C cts.; Cough Remedy for his boy who had a but tho I.angley bill is designed to lawful to permit tattle and uny slinew law, 2 2 cents, Cold, and before tho bottle was all set a precedent, after which tho ser- des thereof to run at large on the bleats, present law, 25 cents; new used the boy's cold was gone. Is vice can bo brought up totho footlug public highways or unlnclosed land law, free. that not better than tq pay a five of other services in this rcsiwct. within the precincts abovo uanied," Wheat, bushel, present (aw, 25 cts. dii'lar doctor's bill? For sale by all Within a day or two Langley will as prayed for in each of .tho !'" now law, free. introduco a bill raising tho annual tlotiB herein filed. dealers. m Potatoes, bushel, present law, 25 leave or storekeoierB, gaugers, Given under my hand as Clerk cents; new law, free. A Popular School. to thirty duyB, tho of the Court aroresald, this tho Oth Cabbages, present law, 2 cents samo .period enjoyed in other branches day of October, A. D., 1913. The fact that business men In apiece; now law, free. state Jn the union are writing of tho Government service. 13t2. W. S. T1NSLHY. Beans nnd lentels, bushed, present Howling Green Business University Clerk Ohio County Court. law, 15 cents; now law, 25 cents. fdr bookkeepers, stenographers and "Get Busy, Get Business." Bo.ts, present law, 25 per cont; telegraph operators is nn cvi- Night School Success Tho way to get a business of your now law, 5 per cent. (denco of the popularity of that In own is first to get business educavegetables, natural, Nearly all other Carlisle, Ky., Oct. 7. Thero r It. tion. Interesting 'llteraturo giving now forty-si- x state, present law, 25 ier cent; now stitution. pupils In the n'sht When you have a bad cold you want complcle information will bo sent to school at Pleasant Valley, this 101111-t- y, law, 15 per cent. Vegetables, sliced or otherwise pre- tho best medicine obtulnablo so as you by tho BowIlnK Green Uuslnnss studying modem methods of te pared, present 'law, 40 per cent; now to euro it with as little delay as pos- jUnlvcrblty if you want it. it. rlculture. sible. Hero Is a druggist's opinion: law, 25 per cent. This is said to havo boon the Hi1 TAYLOR MINES. Cough Pickles, present law, 40 per ceut; "I have sold Chamberlain's school of this kind In tho l""'1011 Remedy for fifteen years," says Enos Miss Stella Anient visited friends States. Tho ages of tho pupils nns new law, 23 per cent. Vinegar, gallon, present ,'law, 7 2 Lollar of Saratoga, Ind., "and con- and relatives in Luzerne 'last week. A socc."1 from fourteeu to slxty-slsider it the best on tho market." For .Mr. nnd Mrs. 1 V. 1'aff and Mrs. night agricultural school has been opcens; now law 4 conts. m J. R. Sowders were tho guests of ened at Casslty. (Apples, peaches, 'julncos, cherries, sale by a'l dealers. hflPHL. fsf 7."rC.-$l- laPB i i 1 fcsi .Kf Ml A' thatw have Found THEM. or. and Just what rilBU5iES5i $ri3Htprice:isone: sweknowihat-th- CARSON & CO, Hartford, Kentucky. ar Vel-lel- st store-keeper- s, 1- -2 ov-e- ry ' was ono of those responsible for urgEsk. O. E. Scott, Esq. J. H. Miles, ing the Governor to Issuo tho Esq. Thomas Sanders and Esq. Leslie HAS BEEN DEAD Combs were pleasant callers at this office Wednesday. Long Imprissoned Miner in SerMrs. W. II. Taylor has sold her ious Condition. property on Clay street to Mr. J. W. Wilson, of Prentiss, who will take Ccntralla, Pa., Oct. 8. Highly nerosseBslon at nn early date. James Howard's Body Found vous and with his feet badly swollen because of reaction following his eight cream, Lunches, cold drinks, Ire dnys entombment Thomas Toshesky, At Fordsville. fruits, cigars, etc., served day or who was liberated from his undernight. Successor to Herbert Chlnn. ground prison In tho Lehigh Coal Next door to Moore's Meat Market. EARL BARNES. He Had Been Married Three Times Company's Cotletal collier last Satur10t4. day, Is In a serious condition at his Ikeep Jones' Brand Fertilizer In home but Was Living Alone at stock at all times, any analysis, and Toshesky hud been booked by a sell on easy terms. WM1 tako no theatrical agent to deliver a numTime of Suicide. note less than $.",.00. ber of talks through an luterjreter W. E. ELLIS, M "" of his experience In tho f'rRFV0 deep vv Just ns clean as any iSwfeirs: Produce Merchant. Absence from his usual haunts coal cell. Tho prospective circuit InII SHAPF Hartford, Ky. k v vV 11U. v you've ever seem cluded towns In tho coal region. about town caused fears concerning Ills sudden Illness caused postponeQuito a number of people from tho HERE IS BREAfr Dukihurst and Clear Itun neighbor- James Howard, un aged and respect ment of the plans. ed citizens of FordsvllI i which were Fresh every day hoods were before the Fiscal Court Thursday morning, asking that a found to bo well founded, when his Gets Blackhand Letters. bread, we think, you'll bridge bs erected at Combs' Ford dead body was found at his home, HIckhan, Ky., Oct. 8. Dick Scott, iWlth a pistol wound In his fore Here are Cookies, PlwmiiJ near Dukehurst. From the evidence ono of the Urge land owners of this much head. submitted, this bridge Is county, has received blackhand let- Cakes as fine as anv bailor Mr. Howard, who was sevcnty-Bl- x needed. ters thru the mall .warning him bakes. years of ago, lived alone In the resi- cease working or renting his land Tho Ohio Fiscal Court convened In dence section of tho llttlo town. He Hero are Dough nute, K?3Is number of court Our splendid line of Men's, Ladies' and Its regular October session at Judge came down Into the 'business part of. to others. A also receivediMr. Scott's, renters have the warn- and Buns and you'll ju1 hall Tuesday morning, with tho place practically every day, un- ing by the way of letters. All the K. U. Wedding presiding, and tho Misses' Shoes. Our reputation for handling onbetter-ones- . less indisposed, but scarcely ever following magistrates present: J. L. missed two days consecutively. Com- letters bear the Fulton, Ky., post- any ly reliable makes, Shoes we can stand mark and wore written In red Ink. Pntton, Grant Pollard, Leslie Combs, ment was made upon the Try Theni streets on acres county. We Thomas Sanders, O. E. Scott, J. II. Wednesday afternoon that the old Mr. Scott owns 1,000 county, ofa land back of, is known throughout the near McConnoll, this few Miles, J. C. Jackson and Mack Cook. not been bqcti are not continually experimenting with new Deputy Clerk ('. O. Hunter Is waiting gentleman had two days abouttUKn miles from Fulton. streets' for his the upon the court as clerk. Tho session HARTFORD; stopping places, and the attention lines, but are before you again this season with likely close at noon Saturday. will of City .Marshal Burton was called to CHA8LES L TAYLOR you have heretofore W. C. Schlemmer, som,e good wearers Miss Alta Mae Likens, the charm- his absence. ing daughter of '.Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Marshal Burton Inquired of OIlie bought from us. Priesmeyer Shoe in medium Ky--. IS RESIDENT AGENT HARTFORD.. Likens, of Beaver Dam, and Mr. Rob- Wilson, a of .Mr. Howard, high-grad- e wear, the widely ert Dennett, of Portland, Oregon, the as to when he had last seen the old in price, po.iujar son of tho Rev. and Mrs. R. man. Wilson recalled that he had Korrect Shape Shoes for men. None betknown 1). Dennett, of Hartford, were united not seen him In several days and Ohio County Soy Has Responsi" in marriage last evening at 8 o'clock, suggested that they walk up to the these brands on the globe. When wantat the Methodist Church, of Beaver residence. Wilson had a key to one ble Position in Hopkins ing reliable Shoes, remember these brands and Dim After the marriage Mr. and of the doors of the house, which he Mrs. Bennett left for a bridal .trip found locked. County. keep in mind through the Eastern states, after Upon gaining admission and which they will make their homo at searching the rooms the .body was Portland, where Mr. Bennett has a found. Kir. Howard had undressed The Madlsonvllle Hustler says: lucrative railroad position. himself as though to retire at night. Mr. Chas. Taylor, the resident farm Examination of the body disclosed a demonstration agent for Hopkins Mrs. Ott6 Martin, entertained with pistol wound Immediately over the a rook party last Friday night, in right ear. A 32 caliber revolver had county, has arrived and is familiarizhonor of her guest, Miss Fay StolJ been used by Howard Jn causing his ing himself with the field and meeting the people. For the past ten days An elegant own McCaFl .of Leltchfleld. destruction. It is .believed that salad lunch was sened and the the deed was committed on Monday he has been visiting a number of agents in the state getting a line on evening was most pleasantly spent. night. their work and methods. Dr. Fred Miss Beatrice llaynes and Mr. Allison Mr. Howard had been married Mutchler, State Farm Demonstration Barnett were accorded highest honors three times. Two of his wives are Agent, will be here Wednesday of In "he rook games. Those present dead and the third had seperated this week to spend a few days' with with anything' else. were: Misses Fay Stoy McCall, of from him about a year ago. It was Mr. Taylor and help him get started pausijfcs oq j.uop puff isoa; atr j 5 jhx Riley, Gorln thought by those familiar with Leltchfleld, Hettie OUR FEED the In his new field. Flener, Maurlne Martin, Bessie Tay old man's life and habits Is absolutely the best obtau in tew that he had Mr. Taylor was reared on a farm the lor, Nancy Ford, Beatrice Haynes; become despondent over his domestic market. It 1st goodf oeSi Ofar-thIn Ohio county, where he learned Messrs. Allison Barnett, J. W. Marks, best stock In the land, whSsttts? affairs and decided to put an end to farming in all its details, which wlU McDowell Fogle, Ross Taylor, Ray price makes It cheap enough Due t cei He had five children, be of great servcle to him for a farm his troubles. mer Tinsley and Will Rllley. two of whom are living in Alaska, is. the only place where practical poorest. OBtaln our prices- two at Hardinsburg and one, Mrs. Mrs. Dugan, of Owensboro, visited farming can he learned. After atBids Open For Labor of Convicts. residing In. Fordsville. tending school In Hartford for a Mrs. T. S. Marks last week. Frankfort, Ky., Oct. 8. The Re--1 His wife resides In, Fordsville. She The Produce Mar-M- nfti Sale bits of all kind printed at The rllance Manufacturing Company, pris- Is a sister of Mrs. John G. BeU, of short time he .taught in the county OCTOBER 10. schools and from hero he went to HARTFORD, FRIDAY, Republican office. Prices are right. KENTUCW on contractor, which has a suit pend- Owensboro. Bowling Green, where he entered the LATER Dr. A. B. Riley, county Normal School. Here he spent three Old newspapers for sale at The ing In the Franklin Circuit Court to Big bundle for a compel the Board of Prison Commis- coroner, was called to Fordsville years, much of the time having work M..E E. Railroad Time Table Republican office. . 13tf- - sioners to renew its contract for the Thursday morning and found that the nickel. under Dr. Fred Mutchler. This work employment of convicts In the Eddy-vll- le death of Mr. Howard was a plain case consisted in studying how to tmake at Hartford, Ky. Dr. Claude Wilson, of Central City, penitentiary for another four of suicide,' and no jury was empanel- the best yields with the most economcaller 'at this office L. ft N. time card effective Monday was a pleasant years under the renewal clause In ed. Interment was held at Fordsville ic methods of cultivation, especially Tuesday. Aug. 21st Its original contract, was fake highest yesterday afternoon. as to corn, wheat and the small Miss Mabel Jasper has accepted a bidder for the labor of 125 men, adBound due 7:19 a. m. No. 112 North fruits. position In Fair's Mlfllnery depart- vertised by the .hoard and to be awrositions Plentiful. daily except Sunday. After leaving the Normal School ment. arded today. The board held the conNo. 114 North Bound due 1:15 p. m. Positions for young people are so he matriculated In the University of Charley Smith and family re- tracts under consideration and made Mr. dally except Sunday. pPentlfu1 that even one student in Wisconsin as an agricultural student. Une Saw Mill; turned to their home at Providence, no award. the last ten years has not left the This work broadened him for the due 8:45 a. m. Ky., No. 115 South Bound Planer, Band Saw, Jeutfr-- " visiting relatives near Hart Comafter Tli Reliance Manufacturing Bowling Green University without a work hA will take up here. Plots of dally except Sunday. pany offered 67 2 cents a day for ford. er. Also Brick position after completing the com ground were used for the experip. m. s No. 113 South Bound due 1:46 Com For Sale Saw mill outfit complete, each man. The ments carried on in the investigation bined course of that echoa1. It. Mochine. All kiindk dally except Sunday. planer, brick and tile machine. Rea- pany, otherwise known as the Louisot plant food available in different H. E. MISCHKE, AgL BROS., Hart- ville Broom Company, whose consonable terms. BEAN kinds of soil. 12t6 tract for these samo men will expire SUGGESTION FOR ford. Ky. Paints. Oils, Etc-- Wi . Tenn., In February, bid 50 cents. More Positions than Men. Miss Miller, of Memphis, Oysters Saturday. Com- sell on reasonable- - tesma-- : Fresh The Reliance Jlanufacturing who has been tho guest of her aunt, GOOD ROAD DAYS Lucrative places are far more EARL BARNES 1341, Call on or address Mra. Jennie Miller, returned home lmny Is the concern which obtains numerous than qualified young men prisoners by the labor for Several from here attended tho Satuniay. and women. A good place awaits evat C7 cents, the concern own Owensboro fair last w Morton and family, of ,Mn T ery person who completes the comIs the jsIalui station, were the guests of lng the contract getting the Vabor Commissioner Terrell Urges All bined course In the Bowling Green .Miss Allen, oi ii..i.c,..iie. from the State at 50 cents. guest of ber sister, Mrs. John B. tno f0rnicr's mother on Union street It. Business University. Citizens To Take Fart Wilson! this week. Ky Oelrichs Held for Cutting Girl The Latest News. MrB Hi P Taylor, who .was called Messrs. J. I. Clark and J. J. Russell In Work. ut to ou8Vuiet 0n account of the ser-Ui- ls Now York, Oot. 3. Mystery perart student, of Rockport, wero pleasant callers Miss Ida Leegsom, office Monday. lous illness of Mr. Taylor, returned plexed investigators tonight in the whose nude body was found on a case of Hermann Oelrichs, millionMiss Loraino Sullenegr left Frl- - last week. Frankfort, Ky., Oct. 7. Commis- prairie near Chicago Sunday, was kill S law student at Columbia Uni- sioner of Roads R. C. TerreW today ed while resisting the attack ot a taken to Dupage- - count-- " for accept-wl- ll aire where she Mr T,a(1 Uarnani, wuo has day for Bowling Green Singleton, to County Judges negro, tho police believed last night, for the murder of Mrs. Rexroai. ed a position In the hank as Island, versity and Miss Lucille. visit relatives. sent out a letter to that jlaco daughter of a Texas mine owner. and engineers urging them to arouse following the discovery f now eviMiB9 Le'ia Mugan left Friday for win move his family Although Oa'.rlchs was held n a local That President Wilson flnros "ZwHi- Lnas accepieu m a lew uays. interest In good roads days, dence. Ware, Ky., where she & S-&magistrate's court .today for a hear- October 24 and 25, and giving Instruc Ing two battleships a jrear,, Mr. Harrison Crowe and famuy, a position In the school. n ing next Tuesday on the charge fight be- three will be asked by tne Ab1-tratloOno negro was killed in a guests' of regard to tho character of ' Misses Anna Coin and Lois Davis of Simmons, Ky., were the girl' In the tlons in sessicia. 2b many that he stabbed the at tho December work to be done. Ho suggests that tween fifty necroes and as Mr. and Mrs. Ramey Duke a few have returned to their homo at breast while they were In his auto- fresh dirt should not be thrown on l,whltes at Romeo, 111., oftor tho ne the .bcfllef in Washington. days last week. after a visit here. mobile a few nights ago, the quesflog drag groes had demolished tho village jail Master Elwood Wallace has returned tion exists as to whether she receiv- earth roads unless the split on Dr. Wlllard Lake and Mr. Albert Sunerior Judco Humpnries; at Sftsi-rIs used. But ditches should be cleaned and rescued a negro woman held Brownsville, after Injuries In this manner or of Simmons, wero pleasant to his homo at ed her Smith, tle, Wash., yesterday Issued. naeiMstar and a charge of drunkenness. spending six weeks hero visiting his from the jagged points of the broken shoulders removed and weeds SccfffR rolcaslng the thirty-seve- n callers at this office Tuesday. s, ng Mr. and Mrs. S. T. windshield through which she was underbrush be cut. Amo-loawho has been defeat- confined In tin county. Jail for ta3-lMr. MarUnThomos, Tho Philadelphia He advises them to district their to Barnctt. young Oelrichs' car Nev; thrown whon back" to him... tho guest of his father, returned roads and appoint leading citizens ed tho New York Nationals at Get your fine ground lime stone crashed into a tree. Iila work near Nashvlllo Friday. as superintendents over districts with Vork Tuesday in tho first game of -The case was further complicated Instructions to seo every one in tho the world's series, 0 to 4. Baker's Tho Treasury Department imi v "ii.M flrlffln left Wed- - rock, phosphate rock, fertilizer, farmtoday by a statement by Oelrlch's district and direct ' them to be on home run settled tho victory for ed that $30,408,v00 of the pjawcl -Iudj '4iA lawyer to tho effect that a third hand with teams and tools, aW tak- tho American League champions. $50,000,000 vuq guwi. ut Beaver Dam. Ky. I1UI person, said to bo a Columbian Uni- ing boon distributed. Kentucky has their lunches and spending tho May, versity student, was In the machine .,Mn and) Save Tho Mexican Federal army, under celved 1,7GU,000. day on tho work. Singleton. J3SSS to Port agent for the famous Pearl Laundry. with Oelrichs and Miss Gen. Maas, took possession of Plednis Mrs. . Evan8vUlo. Laundry called for and The identity of this person was not Peoplo In cities, ho said, can aid Negras, tho robel capital, without reSenate Democratic leade- r- zrwtf. by actually working or contributing . , Arthur, ,. t Darue3. Restau- - disclosed by Oelrichs' lawyer, who funds and automobile owners can haul sistance. Tho last of tho Constitu- President Wilson conferred at MUSIC LESSONS-- Mrs s to tho best iruaaa" 13U. characterized as "absolutely rldlcu- yirgii r ot rani, mm workers and too's. Commissioner Ter- - tionalist troopB left as tho Federals White House 3' his client of hastening consideration. rpll will appeal to commercial organi- approached. Rev. Currency Reform Bill, zations to take up the movement. m' Methodist services here Monday morn , ts.00 tier month. Citizens of flo States yesterday Commissioner Terrell will supervise 'pcarPrichenorrchiof opera- - lng for Rev. B. W Napier the AjiitfAsans No further tidings Ot-tMiss partlciivatod In tho celebration nt part of tho work, olther In .Franklin ,vhn was unab o to nrrlvo in ---"- -" "" Suuday services I tho Cumucr.anu Mountain, N. C, of tho. one and Norwegians held captive at Tur tor for or Fayette county. Gov. MoCreary, King's ,,inv tin.,, fnr tho i .. anniversary Vang. China, by bandits 'hunt thirty-thir- d Co., at Ccntertown, spurn baiunwj in it has been decided, will do nothing hu.liired ami For Infanta and Children. ...... e.ioV with friends In Hartford. Calvin Lojal, of tho firm of Mr. received. of King's Mountain. ' " . ....,.i itma nf Knrrnwit. . him bpuil TiJ9 KM YmHivb Always Bough! theatrical In connection with tho 'of tho Battle ...1 . Hartford and warning u 'i u;i wqrlc. Ho said ho hail dono his art Count Vlncenzo March! dr CetC.T to come in to appointed postmaster at Narrows.to Henry Spencer, whose confession and by Issuing tho proclamation Bears the !,C.!UBi Moore's Meat. succeed Mr. J. II. Thomas, resigned. a" score of persons 1 has bcon named Italian Amb.3fcvv killed much of tho details of 'tho movement that-hboo me. Mr. Loyal will be In charge or tho of- Signatura of to Washington. . is Heft to Commissioner Terrell, who believed Jo- Uo R fautasy, will be market days. fice lu a few BARNES. EARL 10U. A GREAT SHOWING 7. MONDAY to-dn- Here's a Bakery 100-fo- ot ext-rfitnt- sj. v &! that BAKU! l'urj, that son-in-la- w Patrician ter than Make an Effort that It Pays to Trade With a House That Saves You Money. HHV Jkx&(9a e Hartford Republican. W. E. ELLIS; For Sale! aJ 13 oa: Meyer-Bridge- Building Mim&.$ -- j iBEAN BRQSl Hartford, I Liv-crrao- . M grand-parent- ns ... CvoMa !' v "ts sr, TiiX -- -.- - ."" S. crop-movi- -- iexasu.uj. ZrZTnZTrZ ilm. Zflunl ILVBrTducted ij I If ...,,,-.i- 'SJtT CASTOR A he u... --- TJla V& e - idli. rJVlMa HW1WI jUfCWlWCTJBittWUffl HH-Jl-l-H-l-l-l-r-l-l-H-l-r-l-l- MOVING THE BULL. JT arm arid (jarden PREPARATION FOR WINTER. Work Which Can Be Done Now io In- ure Next Crop. Altboiisti In ellnmtes where zero (ctnpernttires nrc expected, late fall or early winter iirutiliii: of fruit trees is not advised, ns uuikliiK woiiihIm that """ do not readily licul. tstill. nHer the fruit Lnircst, even In the best eared for or- chnrdP. considerable vuttliiK out of branches that cracked or broke under their welpht of peaches, apples and pears Is neceMtry. Branches that hae been crackeil or broken off nbout half way would. In moBt caces. be bent xawed off as cloe to the main trunk as poslblo without Injury to the hark of the latjer. If desirable to save the basal part of n broken branchy ninko thy. cutJut iibove a strong upward" growing branch- let. Clip off all twigs that are hanging merely by their bark, also take out all blighted 'wood that had not previously been removed, cutting this well below the diseased portion, not omitting to dip the pruning shears or knife One of the best ways to handle an animal or to move him long distances Is to place a heavy Mack or covering of some kind over hi hend. When an animal Is blinded It Is an easier matter to load him Into a wagon or to lead him. It Is not always easy to get an animal to walk into a wagon when lie has an opportunity to see It, but by blindfolding him It is. ns a rule, an easy matter to get him luto It Hoard's Dairyman. x SILO INSIDE OR 0UTS1DE7 Some of the AJvantages of Each Plan. Place Near Barn Anyway. Silos aie bometlincs put inside of barns on account of the following v '... . "VI !OW,.M2Hi X i?J "? LVSSSSSbL .aaSSl T&2 ' h First Some men desire to build a square silo and And that they can do to by the use of the tiipbcrs of n Joint or band In the bnrn to support the walTsrJgTVtTrTrai?7iUffiisj--SeCond. A silo inside the barn should freeze less than one outside. Third. A cheaply made silo may last longer if it is iuslde and not exposed to the weather. Fourth. When the silo is placed in the center of the barn there is less distance to moe the feed. At the present time the majority of silos aie being built outside the baru for: First The Inside location is not an The economical use of barn room. man who Is working his plant to its full capacity will need that space for storing materials which will not go into the silo. Second. The average silo visually does not need the protection of Tin inside location. Third. Often the Inside silo Is unhandy to fill, while a silo on the outside may be reached easily. Fourth. The location keeps the odors from the barn. Nearly every outside silo has a door between it and the barn, and if this Is closed one of the chief objections to the use of silage is re- aaSJBJSssysfcnfcMsjBJBjMBJBJBvJBjaajWBHB AJTIiE TREE CAREFULLY PntJNBD, SCRAPED AND PAINTED. boiling one ounce of litharge in one pint of linseed oil for two hours' and tben stirring in sifted wood aBbes until the paint Is of the proper consistency. This Is applied with a brush after the edges of the bark have been pruned vmoofn, and Just enough should be Hsed to coat the cut. All the mummied and undeveloped fruits and excrescences should also be taken off and decayed frulta and broken branches cleanly raked op and burned, as well as many of the fallen ieeves as possible, to destroy the germs jij disease and the hibernating cocoons 'ofinBects that may!) among them. Newly set trees may need some cutting back of too protuberant or growth, and the young trunks ought to be carefully examined from the base to top for indications of borer work, which can be easily checked by killing tbe young grub just under tbe bark with a penknife or pointed wire. Where It is convenient to do so a couple of deep furrows may be plowed between each two rows In both the old and new orchards. Farm Progress. into a weak solution of carbolic acid and water or Into a vessel of alcohol after making each cut The best mixture for coating the cut surfaces Is a preparation made by The outside silo should not be over four feet from the barn and located so that the chute or communicating passageway leads Into tbe feeding alley. The silo should be so placed In respect to other buildings that there Is room to run the ensilage cutter and for teams to reach the cutter with their loads. rrdlessor It. W. Redman, Maine Agricultural College. moved. HOMEMADEJiATE LATCH. A Convenient, Economical and Time Saving Device. In tbe drawing N nImwii a handy gate latch made r.t uu.ue from hard wood'ntid ni.isl -- o us to prevent the ot water by the wood. The f.illoulng dehcrlptlon will old a bandy man to make it: Tbe latch a slides back and forth and locks in f when tbe gate is closed. It Is connected by a pin with b. which extends above the gate, where It forms a handle and is ou connected to tbe gate below at c. spring, Cf. of stout wood, fastened A be- - HOMEMADE LArCH ON GATE. STUDY YOUR SOIL. Over 400 types of soils are listed In the United States. To farm properly on these various types demands clear thinking and good Judgment, for 'It pays best to grow our staple crops only on veoll to which they are adapted or on tolls hluillnr to or nearly Identical to those on which they have been developed." Early Pasture For Hogs. If a patch of ije seeded Inst fall Is available for spring hog pasture tho cost of producing iork enn be considerably reduced. If green rje cannot be bad. then sow at the purllet possl. ble moment n mixture of oats, ticld pass and rape. Sow two or three lots of thin and change from one. to the other. The ats will provide earliest grazing, tho jfieJd peas next and the rape, If nut orerpasturcd. will carry tbe animal well along through the summer. Hogs do especially well on green force f this kind. It keeps them In food health, results In rapid gains and is tbe cheapest kind of feed. Ordlnnrl-lfarmers depend altogether too much upon grain, tbe most expensive kind ot ration. Why not utillce these green rops and reduce the ccpt of raising y various parts to the gate, but screws are preferable except where there Is In fcuch cases short bolts motion. should be used. The lower end of the spring at e should have a large staple driven over it and a nail through It to prevent both cracking and slipping. It may be a good plan on some gates where the panels are not too far apart to have a second staple In the part e. either In the lower panel, or If the panel is nnrrow. Iu the one above. This gate latch has been found to work very satlKfactorlly aud to last,a considerable time where the wood has been oiled well at first and once or twice a year nfterward. Orauge Judd Farmer. NOTES low to the same panel of the gate as b is fastened. A piece of wood. d. hollow on one side of the handle b to move back and forth in. Nails may be used for fastening the FROMJTHE HOG LOT. Ma nitre the Asparagus. Asparagus Is a hardy plant. It does eat need a winter mutch to keep It atom being kilted by freezing, but It fwya to put on three or four Inches of coarse manure because It will In asparagus eight or ten days H Metier next spring and better stalk as veil. And this means n great 'deal rfcet) you are waiting for something from tbe garden iu tbe sprlug. for breeding purposes altogether on corn. Ashes have good effect on the pigs' digestion, besides killing Intestinal worms. A bog that can be fattened while young will be tbe most profitable one to breed. It Is welt to bare a trough In tbe hogbouse In which nre kept wood ashes, salt and copperas. A bog needs all his time to make pork and should not be expected to .speud toy moments Ogbtlng, lice. I Hogs require attention regardless of 1 condition, ago or Hex, but tbe manage ment of tbe brood how la tbe surest test of the breeder's skill Fine balr denotes good quality In a pig nearly as much as in a burse. Don't feed the young pigs Intended Davenport, Warren courtly. county officers L. II. Tlch-cno- r, Oliio President; Henry Plrtle, Sce Wash and Whale Oil retAry; S. K. Bennett, Treasurer. Soap Are Good, Circuit Court T. F. Dlrkhcad, COUNTY BOAIID OF EDUCATION. Henry Leach, Chairman, Hartford, For the treatment of trees or shrubs Judge; Ben V. Ulngo, Attorney; W. Onrrass, Ky. on which San Jo-- e scale has gained n I. 'lldk,,fr. J.n,"crj 1. L. B. Hartford, R. F. Master Com- foothold the rvmedy In most generali hnIgs'oncr.. K Ti Co'nW( Truglec D. No. C. Tichcnor, v -i lire Ik ii htMlllcnl lomlilnutlon of cnl- iurv KumliT. U. Hlnck. Sheriff. 2. E. C. Ilortford, Reynolds, Ky. .W ' Deputies S. O. Keown, 3. M. S. Patterson, Olaton, Ky. iltini otldc u ml sulphur known us the Hartford. ' 4. B. L. Alford, White Run, Ky. wash. I'ormerlv suit was Beaver Ham; 0. 1. Jones, Route fi, By C. C. nOWSFIELD i, j. W. U. Enrp, 5. Richard Plummer, Taylor Mines, added to it. hut this Ingredient has Hartford; nm .Monrtay Itoslne. Court in Fcbruury Kentucky. convcni.s been If one has u moderate and continues three weeks; third BRANCH of uuuiber of trees to spray the most sat- - Monday In April, two weeks; third f 4i r in i tig lsfaetorv plan Is to purchase conc-enMonday in October tso weeks. -County Court It. II. Wedding, that affords trnted llincMiiltibiir " Is " clear :,"''l : more than ortll- r J""gc; W. S. TInsley, Clerk; O. B. .. iiijuiu iuiu.ii rpvsht; smith, Attorney, Hartford. Court nary pleasure and . "JaT . first .Monday iu each prullt Is that ot prepare It for use j uu simply dilute It .convenes sbmHbt ?.ir studying out with water. Usually It Is put up In month, Quarterly Court Attorney Law schemes for suc- such strength that the proper dilution fourth, Monday In Begins on A the uy, February, cession crops. It Is one part of the concentrate to eight Augus ,, .ovomber, HARTFORD, KY. Is quite feasible or ten pints of water. If the dilution Claims-Conve- nes court first kbbV EKaaSSai to raise tuo or Is not Indicated on the container or If jTuebday of January and first Tucs-yo- u Will practice his profession In Oils In more crops In one and adjoining counties. Commercial want to be certain nbout It buy a day iu October. BLSrM.TaBKvH season ou ordi- hydiometer. Test the specific gravity Other County Offlcera C. S. Mox-o- f and Criminal Pruotico a Spoclalty. Ky It. nary soil. your concentrate. It will register ley, Survejor. Fordsvllle, F. D. No. 2; Bernard Felix, Asses It will be fouud sor, Hartford, Ky It. F. U. No. 'i; that this kind of Henry Leach, Hartilji'euslvu (aiming jM ford; Dr. A. B. Superintendent, Hart- ' Lj l2 Mf Hlley, Coroner, Is good for the Law rord. soil. There has JUSTICES' C0U11TS. HARTFORD, KY. of to be free. Leslie Combs, Hartford, Tuts Jay barnyard fertiliafter 3rd Monday In March, Tuesday Mns. W. H. Biirntj tthd C. K. after 1rd Monday In June, Tuesday SinlUi announoc fcli.it Uioy liave form-- a zer, and the plow y after 3rd Monday In September, Tucs-"daing, disking, harixirtinrsliAp for the guueral pracafter Grd Monday In December. rowing, rolling and perhaps hoeing John II. Miles, Itckport, Friday tice of law, exc Ht criminal and dlvor must be In proportion to the amount after 3rd Monday In March, Friday cuius, Air. Smith bulng Cotmty Attorof production required of the land. after lird Monday in June, Friday ney Is prwwiiUyl from practicing such will build tip instead Such tteatment Monday In September, after Urd Friday after 3rd Monday in De ccouiti Mr. Burins will liuUvtduallyy ' of wear out ii plot of ground. TIiom; Offkvm aoccjit such proctloa cember. examples piny be wirled- as clrcuiu la O. E. Scott. Cromwell. Wednesday Hartford Republican building, Hartstances suggest 'after 3rd Monday In Mnrch, Wed- ford, K- Lettuce, radishes, onions, peas, carm ffn icH nesday after 3rd Monday In June, rots and string beans may be grown (Wednesday nftcr 3rd Monday In Sepand supplied to customers between the tember, Wednesday aftei 3iu Mon- SAN JOSS SCALE ON TEACH TVVIC.S. 1st of May nild the middle of June. luay in Decern tier. prepared Iu a fmm !t' tfi !ir. ilnrrii. The dilution i John II. Miles. Itockport. Friday The ground "can then be few days for the succeeding crop, and j lor the 3'J degree stuff is one to eight after 3rd Monday pi .March, Frlcay Law it will be found that between the W that for the iw, degree one to nine. niter jru .uonuay in June, Friday KY. HARTFORD, y after 3rd Monday in September. of July and the 1st of October a full The man with extensive orchards crop of thce products enn be gtown: wish to make his own com en- - ,da' a"er.J,r,(1 Monday in December, ASSOCIATED WITHsM. L. HEAVRIN- jJackB,0,i' Celery, sweet corn, late potatoes, beets, trate. The Job Is not pleasant, but lfi11,J.- Conl,erloIwnt Sa,t This office is equipped for handcucumbers, cabbage, lettuce, spinach, tbe right method is It Is 1 onions aud turnips. tlrely feasible, and folded saving in, Salurday nftor 3r( Monday In Sep-co- ling Commercial Law and Collection' At first glance It would seem that A steam or open lire cooker must tcmbcr, Saturday after 3rd Monday Items as well as other legal and litithere are not many vegetables on the be provided, preferably the former, in December. gated matters. Practice in all tac list that tould be sown successfully ns with a capacity of 'l(H) gallons, and nn j M. C. Cook, Rcnfrow, Tuesday courts. Prompt and vigorous service. 2nd Monday in .March, Tuesday AI. L. Hea late as midsummer, but those tested arrangement for an nbun-jtc- r rln's Office. 2nd Monday in May, Tuesday quite nn array. Bish beans, form dant supply of boiling witter. Fifty after ,n August. Tues- lettuce, beets, corn, parsley, peas, pounds of lump lime Is slaked In twen- - iafler ,?r(1 o'M,0"any, radishes, spinach and turnips all give ty gnllous of hot water and 100 pounds day after 2nd Monday In November, Thomas Sanders, Olaton, Wednesas late of sulphur added while the sinking Is satisfactoiy results when-sowday after the Monday in They should be put In ns going ou. Then more boiling water is March, Wednesday second 2nd Monday as August near the 1st of July us possible to added until the cooker Is filled up to In May, Wednesday after 3rd Monday after make all growth possible before frost. the seventy gallon mark. In August, Wednesday after 2nd MonOhio County The hardy ones cause no anxiety, as boiling slowly until nil day In November. This Is kept HARTFORD. KY. they endure light frosts. The tender tbe sulphur Is In coniblnntfon. This Grant Pollard, Fordsvllle, Tuesday sort such ns beans, cucumbers and can be determined by dipping out n after 2nd Monday In March, Thurs- All Matters Given Prompt Attenday after 2nd Monday In May. Thurs spinach, may be saved from the cold tluful and letting it stand a moment. tion. PENSION AFFIDAVITS by a covering of old rugs and similar It is a clear, rich red in color when day after 3rd Monday in August, nuif-ailn.. ).! r.H.. .. tn - SPECIALTY. material. finished. More boiling water must be vember As tbe gardener ennnot duplicate the added from time to time, while the cook- j. L paUon, Ralph, Friday cool, moist conditions of spring for tbe ing Is in progress to keep tbe total vol 2nd Monday in March, Friday after after cermtnntlnn of August seeds, be must ume at seventy gallons. A measuring 2nd Monday In May, Friday after 3rd do the next best thing and firm tbe soli stick marked at the seventy gallon line Monday in August, Friday after 2nd well after sowing. This helps to draw Is bandy. About half an hour Is re- Monday In November. I AM (PREPARED HARTFORD POLICE COURT. the moisture in tbe soil where the quired for tbe boiling. C. M. Crowe, Judge; John H. Wilseedlings can use it When 1hey have To do any kind of VeterinaTbe substance thus prepared Is of made a start the surface Is to be stir- lower concentration than tbe com- son, City Attorney; J. P. Stevens, ry work. Horses, mules and Marshal; Court convenes second Monred to form a mulch. mercial kind, but otherwise it Is the day In each month. cows need pot die for want of Bush beans sown as late as Aug. 10 same. It should be diluted nbout one City Council J. H. Williams, MayCalls answered attention. have been successfully harvested by to five. or; It. T. Collins, Clerk; E. P. Thorn- Oct lf. In another case on Aug. 1 day or night. If only a few shrubs In the dooryard as. Treasurer Members ot Council sowing of peas yielded full sized pods are scale Infested whale oil soap Is Robert Hoover, P. B. Taylor, J. II. In less than seven weeks. These were often used, dissolving two pounds In a B. Carson, E. P. Moore, Fred Coopet an extra early sort The crop, how- gallon of bot water. This material Is W. J. Bean. Veterinary Surgeon School Trustees Dr. E. B. Pendleever, was not so heavy as from spring mtber more pleasant to handle. - Ky. W. II. Secresown seed. Spraying for San Jose scale must be ton, Chairman; Taylor, Barnes, TInsley tary; Dr. J. W. W. S. In early August bore dV?ne wben tbe plants nre Lettuce planted dormant leaves large enough to use before tbe either in the fall or Just before tbe and J. D. Duke. RELIGIOUS SERVICES. middle of September and well formed buds begin to swell in tbe spring. The M. E. Church, South Services heads from the first week In October substances used will Injure or kill morning and evening every first and until, be ground was cleared. plants In leaf or If too much diluted third Sunday in each month. SunThis Tslhnly a suggestive outline of will not penetrate tbe waxy covering day school D:45 a. in. Prayer meetthe scheme of growing succession tuat protects tbe scale. Country Gen- ing every Wednesday evening. Rev. crops. There nre wide possibilities tleman. Saville, pastor. along that line, and It Is feasible to go Baptist Church Services morning still further and sow rape as soon as .g, twTf I HI I HI HrTr and evening every second and fourth Sunday In each month. Sunday school the vegetables are off In September Succeed wben everything else fads. 9:45 a. m. Prayer meeting every WedINCREASING and October. By Nov. 1 this will be In PROFITS. In nervous prostration and female nesday evening. Rev. English, pastor. weaknesses they are tbe supreme for forage, nogs and sjieep condition Christian Church Services every grown protein Increases remedy, as thousands have testified. rape for sevnonie can feed from this field of fourth Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7. p. tbe profits not only because of eral weeks before winter sets In, and FOR KIDNEY J.IVER AND m. Sunday school 0:30 a. m. Elder W. the economy wltb which It can It Is again ready for them In the spring. STOMACH TROUBLE B. Wright pastor. be produced, but also because It So far as the effect on the soil Is k b the best medicine ever Mid Cumberland Presbyterian Church Improves tbe land through the over a druggist's counter. concerned. It Is possible to continue the Sunday school every Sunday at 9:45 process of production. double cropping of vegetables Indefia. m. nitely. The laud will most likely show SECRET SOCIETIES. i Improvement under such methods of Hartford Lodgo No. 670, F. and A. M. meets every first Monday night cultivation, but a rotathe scheme Is Bracing Poets of Sheep Corral. In each month. M. L. Heavrin, W. advisable on small traits us well us The sheep corral Is uu important M.; Owen Hunter, Secretary. large ones. plr.ro to fence, for It should be built Hartford Chapter No. 84 O. E. S. strong enough so If the herd should meets every second and fourth MonMONTI MtM SUCCMB I stmede they will not be able to tear day evenings. Miss Anna J. Patton, SPECIAL OFFER: T The quicker un acre Is capable T It dowu. says the Iowa Homestead. W. M.; Jas. II. Williams, W. B.; 7tUtmtUear Mrmaotnt eaitoaur. Ktf.Bnliw. AtrlllwUl uka you S of paying for Itself In what It 3- A corral for sheep Miss Elizabeth Miller, Secretary. PrtieftHlectf Is often made of T produces the more that ucre is JI Rough River Lodge No. 110 Knights X worth. pirf" field fencing at the of Pythias meets every Tuesday evenI Urn t u (ftM Biiii tuiWii in all. aummma&&v 4W riMkjtvK. bottom and several ing. W. F. Anderson. C. C; J. Ney Tl,TTTTH,TTTTvH"lrWTT-rr- T Mtatlon (Ms Paper. Writ strands of tightly Foster, K. of R. & S. VXWWWWWWWWKWWWI Hartford Tent No. 99. K. O. T. AI. st r e t c b e'd bnrb LEGAL TIPSJFOR TILLERS. SEND IO CENTS vjlres at the top. moots every first and third Thursday I U imc mm i .Milt t4 ra.lt UU vsImM j Tij i .i mim" imp A I WMIWK "V Smooth posts, such nights. R. 'T. Collins, Commander; fff run In all the states a man becomes of as cedar or split walnut, are the best L. P. Foreman, Record Keeper. ihimt, aaaaunu J "t m'VJmnm J ' . iiwiuiHiHMiiiwMrua,w. , , age at twenty-onebut in some states for high corral. Set them firmly and Acme Lodge No. 339 1. O. O. F. laaaaaa ww 1UU.AUWl i a. l I H. svsssajf i Bavsvoaat.iUk FrimectB every and a woman becomes of age at eighteen. brace the corner posts very securely. day nights In secondmonth. fourth Bar-net- t, C. AI, each A landlord Is not liable Tor a nuisance Illustration shows how to brace. To Noble Grand; W. R. Hedrick, created on the premises by tbe tenant make a good fastening at tbe corners Secretary. during the tenancy and without tbe of a sheep corral or any fence bring a Hartford Camp No. 202 W. O. W. consent of tbe landlord. Schltt. Brew-cr- length of wire back from tbe front of meets every second and fourth SatCompany versus Shlel iltid.), fiS tbe post so It will extend clear around urday nights in each month. Leslie K. E. t57. it Then lap tbee wire at tbe other Bennett, Council Commander; W. C By a statute commonly known as the side. The wires may also bo stapled. Wallace, Clerk. .Ladies! $Te Mosey aad Keep m Sunshine Hive No. 42, L. O. T: At, statute of frauds a 'promise by one A gate which swings from a tall guide Style by Re.! McCall's person to pay the debt 'of another Is pole Is tho kind for a sheep corral. KU meets every first and third Friday not enforctble Unless the promise is something to fasten tbe gate to wheu nights In each month. Mrs. Attye MaguiM aaa Uuif McCaU Pattens Lady evidenced by some memorandum In It la openi otherwUD,ibv pitM ui toSpH,Jn ,' Commander; Airs. Lula rtv nnmri MfCcJrMatilaalll " ' W4a.M u, .. IA MM. uuiv .!... writing signed by 'the pewon ti)akioK,lt 4bimMa A p 41.A iwuiiK ,lni. piiru ujv MKAILS MAGAZINE help ynu ilrcn uv Keystone Chapter No. 110, R. A. at a mod t into Do not sign any Instrument lif 'writ- wind springs up suddenly, rnstvti a M meets every third Saturday night espemobr kotplug ing unless you understand it thor- gate of this type wltb a cbulu and In each month. John T. Aloore High Tun imitiH nn fhrt laten faililoDS In I oughly. If 'you nre of sound mind 'and .hasp. Priest; W. S. TInsley. Secretary. timurx u(j mn. do can read, no court will 'permit you to AMERICAN SOCIETY, OP EQUTY. Ken 1'asblon National Officers President, Ira AI. In cscb luue. All avoid n written Instrument you buve Last 8sen Implerttents. Hudson, itluablt Information signed upon the ground that you did Farmers often complain that most J. Chryst, Robertson,Wis.; V. Presiuu ill homo and Calhoun, Ky.; dent, S. B. not fully understand It nutlets. Oulr of the proflU from the wheat crop are ;Secr4Ury & Treas.. H.' O. Tank,' Wau' Ok a j ear. Including:, Under tbe United Rtatejf bankruptcy eaten up by tbe purchase of new ma- a frco pattern. ute wl law those creditors who have acquired thlnery. On some farms this cannot tfiid state Officer President. J. H. Ale fisaaawaamssasali1 tuilio iLKiujr orcopj. I lor frco tutniile being ho Oonncll. Princeton. Ky.: Vice Preai liens ou the debtor's property by Judg- ve wondered at, kkCtll NlUna will tmhlorm to miko In your ment or oerwlse nre entitled to pref- rareless wltb their implements. Even dent, J. H. Burney, Aluhlenbcrg Co.; own noma, wltliyouroniiliaatl rlotblurlur erence over the general creditors, sub- sow the harvesters that took off tome Secretary A Treas., S. B. Robertson, lounelf and ttnldirii ulilcti will In itiluaud lit. hUbfrtuwlfti ject," however, to hate tbe liens set )f the crops lust sen sou are still stand-.u- Calhoun, Ky.; Organizer, T. II. rDt bend fur frro 1'sueru Cutaloeue. Hartford, Ky. In a corner of the paddock, exposed aside In certain cases where acquire), Wt W Cm Tm fuf rWatt for jrcttlnj Members State Executive Board-B- en (crlutioiia among spur rfixuds. budfnrfrov1 wltblo four months of tbe Institution to ta'Fetber. AustraKa Farm l'temluiu tnulocua and 1'iuU ltiii Odor. Watson, Webster county; J. W. X' of tbe proceeding in bankruptcy. J7 a. m Mat m ihttu twtrurr. pi Dunn, Daviess county; Henry Plrtle, Onto county; E. L Ray, Hardin oun- FIGHTING Llme-Sulpr- rtttttttt SAN JOSE SCALE. Making the Little Directory County ty; C. Q. Ohio W Farm Pay t M't A h t U'-- e llnie-MtlpIii- J - -- t - pjaJX'SJi! at Otto C. Martin Barnes & $ I iYIM Attorneys at Smith 11 tj itfl I I I1 ) ARTHUR D. Attorney at KIRK Fri-ma- a st ( car-lot- J J. NEY FOSTER Notary Public r. W. H. ' RILEY Hartford. Hl lin Electric Bitters SEEDS' ivn ih n rr n n n rrrrn it : IBSSSIL r.i',:'.' to-la- y; , m. y bse Wn' Mil-liU- Ir s lr-aon- ul ' I r g Bal-mai- n, btert tA I vi" I THE HARVEST. CASTORIA For Infanta and Children. at! arm and fj&.rden FROM TURKEYS. MAN V.AND Buffalo, authorSOIL. THitt the Common Pierce ol Dr. R. The Kind You Have I MONEY On 2? ALCOHOL 3 PPii fi-AvcBeaweftrparailonlflrAt w Always Bough! tSSSBSSBBXA Bears the Signature of 1A f CS il" o 9? ' i Promotes Di$esHonIwrfiJ-ncsWOT NARCOTIC. s and itesrrontoln m OpiitnuMorphinc norMiaeraL rvAtf Mfiffoujtaummmi jiblStaim AtSrctt tombri nmtzjnmnmr. ( TV In Aperfett Remedy forConsfifii-- t Ion . Sour Stomach.Diarrtoa Worms .Cojmilstons.rwris!: Use For Over nessondLossOFSixi:?. Facsimile Sijnaturt of m L" NEW. YORK. Thirty Years Woman's Great Succeaa With Flock of Bourbon Reda. "For ii number of .veurs I huve beori lntfivttHl In niNIng turkeys," sityn a woman writer In lnrin nntl Fireside. "I beKim oiiTiitloiH on a sranll FIihIIiir It ii rerr prolltnble experiment and n ple.is.mt pastime. I have enlarged the niimlier of my breeding stock each yejr. Now I get order from almost every stute In the Union. l keep only the Bourbon Neds, and I consider them fur uheiid of tiny other kind. Ah to size, they run well up to the Hronze. They are b.irdy and heulthy and are very gentle uud easy to manage. "Until the turkeys ore about a month or two old I yard the busy mother with her poults. After that I let tliem huve the run of the pasture through the daytime, bringing them home each evening to ' roost. They soon become accustomed to coming homo at evenlug. at which time we give them n good feed of stria II gruln, such nt wheat. Kafflr corn or millet. vTltli all tbe clubber cheese that 1 have to spare. ".My roosting bouse opens to the south, wltli.it wire front. 1 roost tbem It's all right for Doets to Ulk about Tin? "beautiful harvest tr ujriiln," X llut when you get out und you shock about T Ten million square mllea It'a a strain! Perhaps there' romance to da met In I- tThat'a something I wouldn't den- yBut I'vo found only backache and sweat In It. J. And, gee, but a fellow gets dry! T As the harvest hand area It.l I f T of Sense Medical Adviser, tays "why does not the farmer treat hit own body as he treats the'Iand he cultivates. He puts back in phosphate what he takes out in crops, or the land would ftrow poor. The farmer should put bock into his body the vital elements exhausted by lahatr. or by induced by some chronic PurtlaV. he aav. " the .treat value of mv Doctor disease. Pierce's GolaYnjrMedicul Discovery is in Its vitalizing power. It civet strenfcHti to the storaaeh afflT purity to the blood. It is like the phosphates which supply nature withjie tatiataaees that build up tho crops. The action of PoMfJtcJ'jWrcc'B The binder goes clacking In front of you. $"Keep T The sun's beating down on your necx, And the boss Is demanding this stunt of you: up with the binder, by lory. For thousands shock. ' j, .. v4J, You shock through the ages of his- - X of years do you Yet you And by aome magic or mys is due to its eaMajRTtbe stomach and organs of digestion and nutrition. Diseases that begin In the stomach are cured through the stomach. A bilious spell is simply the result of an effort made by the liver to catch up when I have found the ' Discovery and exhausted. to be unsurpassed as a liver regulator and rich Mtsa Lottie Knisklt of Perth, Kansas, sav: "I will l.cro rdd my testimony or. tho effectiveness of your remedy upon mycjf. I wns troubled villi indigestion for two years or mors- - Doctored with three different doctors fiesldea numerous kinds of stomach cures ' but received no srmanent relief. I va3 rua down.eould not sleep at night with tho nln In my cbest,cnusel by ga3 on tho stomach. V as weak, could eat scarcely nnvthlnrr nltiiotiuh I was hungry nearly all tho time ADom ono year ami a nnu ago i noann tax ntr your ' no inn aiec icai uiacoy- ery,' and after having taken several bottles am nearly euro-- rf stomach trouble. Cm now; cat without distress ami have gained llfteen ounrts In welttht. I thank you for your remedy and wlMi ym all bticix-s- In our good work." Golden Medical Discovery ' ovcr-wot.'tv- blood-maker- s tery You've worked Just two hours by J the clock I ! T r J. The glamour the poeta may give You eat. but the food Isn't filling you. You drink, but the water ain't wet. Your back and your ahouldera are V t 1,1m.... ...... nt. miff y,,u. You awlm In an ocean of sweat. JAMES & CO., to It Ain't seen by this mortal for one. I harvest because 1 am drlv" to It, J. And you bet I am glad when It a donel Berton Braey. V First Class Liverymen Centertown, I - Kentucky. aHHaxaiaxsxxxsxxsxBa Prompt Attention and Good Service. TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, FIGHTING THE CHINCH BUG. . Guaraitteed underthe UMMMMidM R CASTORIA TMC Exact Copy of Wrapper, etNTAUft OOMMNf. MINI tOH OITT. lsxMslVxa-WS---HL- ,P VANDERBILT Matheney & Battsy TRAINING SCHOOL FOR BOYS SEND YOUR BOY TO Kf llBrP5li33l THE DEAN OP TBK FLOCK. The Principals have conducted a preparatory school for the past 11 years. Students trained by them have taken the following honors at Vanderbilt University; xEntrance Prize in Mathematics, English, and History in 1906; Membership in Phi Beta Kappa (scholarship fraternity) in 1909; Founder's Medal in Academic Department in 1910; Mathematics Prize in 1911. Good records in other colleges. SPECIAL OVERSIGHT, CHRISTIAN INFLUENCES. A safe place for young boys. , Boarding patronage doubled under present management. Write to Principals for catalogue. POSITIONS GUARANTEED you position - If GUARANTEE need many WE will ua real soon. We the a get more enormous demand at once to supply we required soon you as tbe for our graduates. As number of students this offer will be withdrawn. So writ at once for particulars. "s aso yv UXO, W. SOHWABT7, BUSINESS COLLEGE lM0OBrO4TBO XITAIUIII1D ise taOUtSVTClalB. KY. fackbec'a "Full of Life" Northern Groa-- a Vditretd Seeds have a npuutlon ol 3S years aucccssf ul seed growing behind tbem. It pay aslant the best. Seasonable Specialties: Rartlest Kclucfe Kxtra fcany Nsw Strlnxless Green Pod . ' Wardwelrt Imp. Kidney Wax Davit New White Wax Cunie's Rust froof Wax SEEDS BBANS Red Valentine . . ' $i v Bushel Bushel New Early Cradua Horslord'i Market Garden . te-o- Bushel Bushel Buckbec'a Llrhlnln Express a full Lattuca. BaaUak. Tomato andgrowing line of prices. Se'aril lltnntai and Bulbs at lowest Send lor complete catalogue or submit a list at your requirements and HI quoic pure. Buy direct from the grower Save Money. Write today, Mention tnis paper, Extra Early Alaska PBA8. . Bushel bushel jt.70 Bushel U jo Bushel $4.75 Bushel 4 jo Bushel iviipliw Anynna sanding a listen and description nnlcklr asoartaln our opinion fraa whether an aantfraa. Old-- st asancr Patauts taken tbrouib, Munn tStfCiai nodes, without oharxe, la the A handsomely lllnitraiad weakly. eulatlun of any sclsnilSo Journal. yeart four months, L Sola by all 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE there until they are large enough to 1 fly upon a large outdoors fntme. like to get them to roosting outdoors as early as possible, for tbe outdoor life is tbe natural life of the turkey. Plenty of clear fresh water Is necessary to tbe turkey at all times. After the poults have had their till tbe surplus water Is emptied and tbe puns cleaned for the next watering time.. "Since bcgluniug to keep Bourbon Reds I have bad no serious trouble witb disease. I know nothing of blackhead from experience. The wurdlng off of disease is easier thau tbe curing of it. I do this by putting a little crude carbolic acid in tbe drinking water once a week. A large percentage of turkeys that die are from two to three weeks old. Tbey need ut that age careful baudllng, good nourishing food and exercise. As soon us tbey seem strong enough I turn tbem out to rustle for themselves, when they can get bugs and worms to eat "My nesting bouse Is a long shed with a wire front My turkeys all lay In there, so I have no trouble In gathering tbe eggs. "I try to have early hatching, so that by tbe 1st of November I begin shipping them and continue so long as my supply lasts. Each year the number of orders have exceeded the supply." ,. Fire tho Best Agent In Dsstroying This Expensive Pest. The chinch bug cost tbe state of Missouri approximately lust year, and lu vunuy other states the cos', was nearly us great. Unless Immediate steps are taken to destroy the swarms which are living over duriug the winter this loss will be greatly Increased next year. Between now und Dec. 1 all meadows, pastures, roads, waste lands uud other Melds, which are heavily should be carefully examined for tbe hibernating chinch bugs. Those Helds near wheat uud corn fields which were infested during tbe summer should be examined with special care The Insects hide deep down In clumps of grass, under leaves and rub- vblsh, and In muuy cases their presence can be detected from the disagreeable odor of the crushed bugs even before one finds tbem in their biding places. Wherever tbey are found the fields should be burned over immediately and carefully so that every possible shelter will be destroyed. Tbe wind should not be too strong, so that the heat will penetrate down Into the clumps of grass uud make a clean job. In burning Farmers should over Bit public highways and railroad right of ways lu the Infested regions. With careful, systematic burning of all harboring places in tbe fall a large per cent of the millions of hibernating bugs will be killed by the beat directly and many more left exposed to tbe winter. After each and eveij farmer has done all be can to destroy the pest during tbe winter tbe fight will be well enough started so that, U taken up In time next summer, the from tbe pests may be greut.s reduced. Hoard's Dairyman. over-grow- OUR CLUBBING RATES. $1;3 The Republican and Louisville Herald .' 1.50 The Republican and Courier-Journ1.75 The Reptblican and St. Louis 1.60 The Republican and Home and Farm Inquirer 1.75 The Republican and 3.50 The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald 3.59 The .republican ana Lauy uwensDoro inquirer k O'boro Messenger 1.75 The Republican and 1 .75 The Republican and Kentucky Farmer The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine'.. 1.30 1.60 The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer The Republican and Weekly. Inter Ocean and Farmer $1. 50 al Globe-Democr- at Twice-a-WeekOwensb- Twice-a-Wee- Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN. YOUR Letter Heads Bill Heads Noteheads' J" , v BRACELESS GATEPOSTS. ff a MT ff - hoWto make the farm pay.? Doln' things tbe modern way that's what makes farm business pay. Paint tbe barn and mend tho fence, uslu' common, plain horse sense; cbangin' crops, conservln soil, gcttin' sure reward for toll, belpln' nature make ber yields from tbe fresh and rested fields. ti.t..TT. T Jj.jj Original and Satisfactory Method or Holding Stakes In Place. When putting up fencing, especially s around gardens and lawns. It Is desirable to omit wood or other above ground braces for tbe sake of doing a neat Job. yet tbe fencing must be tight and kept so. Tbe sketch Illustrates a method highly satisfactory even when used on large gates. If gateposts are set In deep and a few stones pounded In (Irmly around the bottoms. Dig a shallow soro.-time- : : - ' Envelopes Statements Cards v And other printed forms are given Special Attenton Truce Marks riraiinMat ftAavaiaim Aft. n7 ..... . tl3 IS y fj S i. : In The Republican Job Department. , recstra Sckntif ic America...eta Tjinrast newsdialtn. YQrk Co.38,B"': New D. C BrauVb Offlca, ,T. Tornn, W a OaWfctckbctSi., H. W. 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' ' trial loryoui 1 r ' SPECIAL OFFER', AllOn GENERAL FARM NOTES. ra bUM nll. MUif aal Li. to-d- Writ II. o rrAatlNTKKBTaPLKASR Mtatloa tali Paptr ' aaJ Mlt rok. ...! " lail " Winter plowing seems to be gaining lu favor. Now that the general work Is over keep tho manure spreader lu dully ud I use. I i I I r alhi Mplii. -. wm m vam a... . Ujnimj Bn. P" 1 TWUtMl Ma., a"a Ma """ v a waaaa, aawu win. i LIB rtWTT I ttabHiaLt, Uonal TviUf BuIS. 1h IfMtMl fatal M Jar J MUM '. ...'. ft4 rm4f t l.U .tlwkU aaUrttai NC uiaitnua. laiuwau w .(tMtft. . wawpwanaiiam. .Hi W. MICllrN SOCSTOU. XXL. ainnniv av Barnyard manure, cottonseed meal and ucid phosphates are excellent fertilizers friY Irish potatoes. This Is a good time to cover the bare spots lu tbe pastures with muuure, to be seeded early next spring. Since alfalfa Is u permanent crop, tbe ?rouud should be prepared with more care than ordinarily, making It level, free from stones or other cucum-bnmceClover Is rich ln nitrogen, and In IlomoRcni'ous koIIk It develops tubercles, which attract nitrogen from the ulr, where It Is stored In Inexhaustible trench between .the posts and connect them with two or more strands of galvanized wire and splice the ends. S!r the Rtrunds Into the trench, twist A with u short stick till you draw posts together tlnuly against the soil, then After Frar Years of Discoiiragiaf cover up the wire. Tbo "pull" of the fence cannot lop Ceeditietu, Mrs. Baled. Gave tbem over, because they are pulling against each other. In setting any Up Despair. Hasbaad kind of posts always tmp the soil very firm the first few Inches In bottom of hole. That Is the secret of firm posts Cam to Rescse. Farm and Fireside. HUSBAND RESCUED DESPAIRING WIFE I had gotten.80 weak I eould not stand, and I gave up in despair. At last, my husband got me a bottle of Cardul,, the woman's tonic, and I commenced taking - b it From the very first dose, I could tell it s. V JC TS&nr.UABKi allebuariea,ornofN. THAT PAL aitrtrtix iwum, anu uip yim w wvcw photo or weicu tor fHtK tkuu on paUuUUUty. M yerV practlo. SUN Ooolc DmuDtlr otulatd la We oluln PATCNTB Uiam thurou(tUy, at our rINQ RirCFlCNCCS. tororfrMUau IWItakla on llWuM writs 03-atO- K ffn Savcnth Street, WAIHINOTON, D. O. BUSINEtS COLLEIE Its Preddrnt has years of eiMrUoca In msrcaatlt ysars educstlna lO.OU) and banklna Lu.lnon, also mra and woman foragecaM. aWEntar now, ilailWIUIVB aJ BuslReM,PrMMgrBhy BOOKKEEPING TYPEWRlTINGani TFr.Fr.RAPHV ' firfffH M. HBUTH, LxlatOB, My. quantities lu large pastures the tiulmuls ronm from one especially attractive patch of gnihs to another, traveling all over thu tleld. ami traiimlliii.' dowu more than they can eut Cement Floors Pay. Investigation In connection with feeding steers carried on by tbe Ohio experiment station bus demonstrated that tbo value of the mnutire for each animal was more than $4 greater when the feeding was done on cement tloorc than when earth floors were employed. The result would be practically the same were the floors plunk If the seep-ug- e of the liquid manure were eventually last through chemical changes and other avenues of ev;ipe. The loss would, of course, be much lt's where Hi anlrnals are kept under cover nuu bedding is freely used, thus allowing tliii mass to be put Wed Into a (hick btruruui duriug the winter season. can now walk two miles was helping me. I without, lis Catron, Ky. from In an Interesting letter tiring me, and am doing all my work.' If you are all run down from womaaly this place, Mrs. Bettle Bullock years of continuous success, and should surely help you, too. Your druggist has all. At times, I would have severe pains sold Cardul for years. 'He knows what in my left side. The doctor was called in, and his treat- it will do. Ask him. He will recomment relieved me for a while, but I was mend It Begin taking Cardul today. U'riti lot Lallfs' soon confined to my bed again. After AJvlsory Dpt., Chattanooga Meilclna Co., Sfwvil Chattanooga, Tenn., ht bouV. Horn Imtructiota on your cm. anlM-pathat, nothing seemed to do me any good. TreaUttat far Wosica." tent la plain wrapper. Jej g writes as follows : "1 suffered for four years, with womanly troubles, and during this time, 1 could only sit up for a little while, and could not walk anywhere at troubles, don't give up in despair. Try Cardul, the woman's tonic. It lias helped more than a million women, in its 50 .31 ?. ii the dungeon. In I obtained from my In- ferno, and It wl.l be best for mo not to try to analyze my Impression nbout It at this time. . 1 "Thero Is a frightful waste of human life and taMtutty; thero Is Vie utilization ouch awful waste of the principle ofjjfeformatlon. Realizing the considerably number of degenerates aHifjtgF undesirable citizens IndudcdTRne ranks of the prisoners, 1 was amazed at tho amount of splendid courage, fine feelInterest displaying and REPUBLICAN TICKET ed by theneighborly toward each othinmates er. What a cruelty It Is to for a Ein- ?rcsentatlve N. B. White. one letter a man to write more an XAr Cawnty Judge M. L. Hcavrln. Clerk Claude month. Think of It. He has been, perItar Ownty Court haps, carried away from wife and 3fl?a kinship. family. His friends are full of symC. E. Smith. Gftro Ktomty Attorney He 13 plunged Into this pathy. lmr- Skeriff S. 0. Keown. strange and lonesome prison world W. P. Mldklff. ln- Jailer and there by a refinement of cruelEVnr School Supt. Henry Leach, ty he is denied the privilege of writD. K. Ward. frer .?sssor ing. What Is gained by such restricC. S. Moxley. JPWr i?urreyor tions? Shir Waioacr Dr. A. B. Riley. "I hope to translate these experigreat 3JUcii:tal DIst. No. 1 Ed Shown. ences into something of and tovtue the to convicts, to mjself 3jssr,arttrlal DIst. No. 2 Sam Leach. lk4Trtciia3 DIst. No. 3 L. A. McDanlcl people of this State." SKWEtiffWl DIst. No. 4 Geo. Rowe. JStr- - J01t. No. 5 Winson Smith. Sftufe&erkJ DIst. No. 6 V. S. Dean. 3Kr;s.'fcil DIst. No. 7. B. F. IUce. ; Baseball Dope. SU53ai'SruiS DIst. No. S o the punishment cell glimpse Into the lowest circles of night a HARRISON LANDS IN MANILA BAY New Governor General of J? the Philippines. Every Step Taken of Will Be With Footery The Low Shoe season is about over. New High Shoes must soon take their places. You no doubt have already been thinking about VsHOE FOR MEN buying a pair of new Fall and Winter Shoes. While you are thinking we want to draw your mind to this store and our very attractive line of new Shoes. We believe you want to buy your Shoes where you can HOE FOREMEN get the best style and value for the money. We believe you prefer to .to select your Shoes from the largest assortment within your reach. We know that we carry the largest VsHOE FOR MZUy stock of absolutely new footwear in this part of Kentucky. We ETO tfEAR -believe we give as good Shoe BV ARNOLD SHOE COMPANY! values as any concern in the United ABINGTON.C MASS. States. You can gain nothing by buying your shoes elsewhere but stand a chance to lose. Stick to this store on the shoe proposition and in the end you are a winner. a View to Independence Islands. t-- 3?- - "Constable aJ District Magister Fordsvlllc Dean Kirk. One of the greatest Manila, Ocl. 7. Francis Burton Harrison, of New York, the nowly appointed governor general of the Philippines, arrived here today on board He was the steamship Manchuria. greeted on his arrival by a crowd of several thousand people, many of whom had come from tho provinces. Traffic In the streets of the city was brought to a standstill by the crowds. Several of the wo'.comlng delegations were accompanied by bands. The Manchuria waa met down 'the harbor by a flotilla of steam launches one of which took out Newton W. Gilbert, of Fort Wayne, Ind., the vice governor. Gov. Gen. Harrison on landing drove from the ider by a :: roundabout route to the Luncta, where he da'.lvered his Inaugural J MM J i.:s " wmm PRISON "Mm INFERNO" irjiwaas Mott Osborne Ends Week as Convict (SaEc System "'Refinement of rity"-an- d Cru- - Confinement .Species of Slavery. Tori;. Oco. 8. Thomas Mott UjrAMB.e, chairman of tho New York na .?UarHpidlng a week In Auburn pris oi ss. ;?.n Inmate for the purpose of .Htatffecais ihe 'prison system, ended Jiis; ZXUfKcd Stasur Commission on Prison Reform, term Sunday after- - pale and tired of his ordeill, over the iliis". frrt was enthusiastic of Jits experiment, which a taste of every experiment 3ws2& ior an inmate to undergo He even xuiilh. ixoui electrocution. rsBtojulsa&l anlsdeeds Saturday of moment to cause his Incar-OM- ii .ta ibe "dungeon" cells, and caJils hack In the prison Jail until C Xrami 3 (o'clock Saturday ttKfc. Sunday morning, his ration oaafutXfQg of three gills of water and .rtawi aJUcos of .bread. Sunday he fthat this part At his experlenc xblciini Jato the "Innermost circle iafirtraa." He la positive that the rtzucv si ills week's stay in prison irait.'iit va'uable to the commission. E tutu more than ever confirmed Ixti xtwr previous opinion," he said, Tlmx Cce jirl&ou system Is singularly uuj4IJigeiit, Ineffective and cruel. In riuajy inspects the material welfare o!3w csRvlots Is well looked after. -- VKW)e U is not advisable for me fiivjaricapt to formulate any detailed c of the prison system at .rSfcr, Sjvyc, because I am tired and there are one or two things rtnitfl. iuaj oe well to mention while Kio-ar fresh In mind. "SHot&z The jirlaou system Is a .nratt. .rS. slavery. The great truths -- miura.toJ by Lincoln and others tJavery are equally -i- .'wixMi prison slavery. It takes from BjyJ jaoijvlct hl own initiative and Jfmrjirwn sf action and he becomes automatom, unable xm. Tiii jfcle hU own destiny when ho to the outside world. 'jt- oue instance of tho unintQllt-iJii the system, tliero la the drive prisoners from the nunicii uses of their senses of sight ivjni! j'preoh. After seen days of nxtrr2iim.fi aud rouutermarching, I am rirtsrty unable to tell you about the -- AJVttsuauce of the men of my nd can only describe tho lialr-?uent About twenty men who march-oil.isi- fi Aat in frout of tne. Whenever neighbor a curt Xcft-haa- d young fellow wish Co share his portion of sugar for iuuTtkir,) bo would slmpily pass it utter 'sugar' in the (art: as mo ii4ttijsi undertone. In fact, to learn cu, :Tuik without moving the lips r,ijr Hr cstoh tho sounds of words so I'jcAsm'J in one of the first tilings a .rMM cent let ItPjb to acquire. -JLirolkur oiuhitelllsent aspect Is j;TjLt m&y th ystem InovitaUly tends Muacrl inakHafi puuishuient for small nietfii tha Mine as for great Thar 1a no difference, for frmtaotti, .fcetwaeu the offense of a inzn- wko pabs lu the shop and a iiias. - ho tries to kill his keeper vaVUi crowbar. Both are treated to Sin horne was stewed the marks ItL'.-Uv- s de-ci- ar of rrw-iKiiiHlbl- - com-jTsrt- y. s- ad i- Gov. Gen. Harrison's address enw surprises and bodied Instructions received from a moat pleasant one for the Hart President Wilson, through Secretary ford fans was the hall game here last Garrison, stating briefly the adminisSaturday afternoon between Hart- tration's policy toward the Philipford and Taylor Mines. The Hartford pines. aggregation was in a bad shape to The Instructions dealared that evplay against any team, and everyone ery step would be taken with a view here confidentially expected a severe to the ultimate Independence of the drubbing from the vlsl K", The Islands. Also it waa announced that Taylor Mines ibo)s also were not In the first step, to be taken at once, good form and like Hartford, several will be to give native citizens the of their players were absent. Jimmy majority In the appointment In both Glenn and Smith, two second or rath houses of the Philippine legislature. er third team players, were in the The Instructions of the American and did star work government as thus embodied In the Hartford line-uconsidering their age and experience. governor general's address were as The final score was 16 to 3, favoring foXlows: "We regard uorselves as trusses. Hartford, and the score should have really been 16 to 1, but at one time acting not for the advantage of the the Hartford boys got "off of their Unltod States, ibut for the benefit of pegs" and made a few errors, causing the people of the Philippine islands. The Every step we .take will be taken Taylor Mines to score twice. with a view to the ultimate Indepen score: dence of the islands and as a preparation for that Independence, and Innings 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 x we hope to move toward that end as Taylor M rapidly as the safety and the perma Hartford was as follows Har- nent interests of the Islands will The line-u- p tfordMarks, If; Elgin, 2d; Barnett, permit. After ecah step taken experl- cf; Cundlff, c; Smith, 3d; KIckard, p; enca will guide us to the next." "" " Hunter, 1st; Glenn, ss; Thomas, rf. Div. Taylor Mines R. Williams, Is ; M. Educational Association. , No. 6. Williams, rf; Ament, If; Brown, ss; Our first meeting, held at Center- Mason, 2d; Murray, 3d; Taylor, cf; town on Saturday, Sept. 13, was a Pirtle, c; Thorpe, p. decided success in every respect. The The game Saturday should have attendance was good and Interest been played at Taylor Mines accord- better. The second meeting will bo held ing' to agreement for this series, but the managers of the two teams agree on Saturday, Oct. IS. We earnestly to play at Hartford, and on .isi ac- request that every teacher and trustee In this Division will make a special count Hartford went to bat first. effort to be present, that results The game was called by Mr. Elder, of greater worth than before may be a traveling tobacco salesman, and Mr assured. Your intelligent, interested Is all that we can oak Wavy Liles, of Taylor Mina, both or whom gave the utmost satisfaction. we expect no less. PROGRAMME. Of course, now and then the fans x 1:30, Opening Exercises Song and would get a little wild, but nevertheless the umpires were generally Prayer. Introductory Remaarks Chairman. correct. The Need of J. W. The game was stopped at 5:40 by Kirk. Discuss MontK'y Reports J. L. the umpires on account of darkness. Only eight innings were played. Brown. Music, Golden Youth Mrs. E. M. Manager Leach, of Taylor Mines, Morton. A. Demonstration Recitation Reciwants another game with Hartford, but the local boys desire to wind up tation In First Grade. Reading Mrs. Alice Bosket. the season Saturday when they play Why Use Supplementary Reading, the strong Llvla team. and How Procure It Miss Belle In talking with Manager Ling, of Berryman. Discuss Preventable the Owensboro team, Wednesday Diseases of over the 'phone, he asked tho Neighborhood, their Causes and about the games Hartford had been How to Avoid Them Dr. S. W. playing. It looks like some of our Crowe. boys might stand In good favor of Suggestions as to Best Methods of Securing Neatness and Cleanliness Mr. Ling. among Pupils Miss Addle B. Taylor. Piano Solo Mrs. E. M. .Morton. Marks did some sensational catching In the third and fourth. Barnett Some School Laws of Special Indid the samo stunt in the fourth, terest to Teacher. A. D. Kirk. putting M. Taylor out. Five Minute Discussions on Suggested Topics. M. Taylor came In for his share of Announcements. 15.00 cost, I, or one of my deputies, applause when he made a great catch, Adjournment. wlU on Monday tho 20th day of Octoputting Thomas out. The Danger After Grip. ber, 1913, between the hours of 1 lies often lu a run down system. It was better than any vaudovillo Weakness, nervousness, lack of ap- o'clock p. m. and 4 o'clock p. m., at door In Hartford, Ohl show to see "Mut" (Owen) Hunter petite, energy and ambition, with the Courthouse county. Kentucky, expose to public making a home run lu the eighth. disordered liver and kidneys oftei to the highest bidder, the fallow follow an attack of this wretched dis sale, The long advertised and much talk- ease. The greatest, need then Is Elec Idle described property, (or so mucn as may bo necessary to satis ed of game with Llvla will undoubttric Bitters, the glorious tonlc.blood thereof plaintiff's debt interest and edly be pulled off here Saturday aft- purifier fy the and regulator of stomach.llv-e- r cost), ernoon, rain or shine, so Manager have and kldneya. Thousands Casebler, of the Hartford team in- proved "Three tracts of land In Ohio coun wonderfully they that ty, Kentucky, on and near the watera us. This will probably he the forms strengthen tho nerves, build up tho Rough river: One tract conveyed t last game of the season. Come! system and restore to health and of Danlal Parka by George Madison by good spirits after an attack of Grip. Fay Your Taxes. deed of record In Ohio County Clerk'8 If suffering, try them. Only 50 cents Taxes for the year 1913 are now Sold and perfect satisfaction guaran- office In deed book "P" page 383. due and we are ready to receive Another tract conveyed by S. L. Haw. m teed by all druggists. same. Owing to a new law passed kias and wife to Peter Parks by deed of record In said office In deed book during the last Legislature, relative Sheriffs Sale. to preparing the receipts, all taxes By virtue of execution No. 614 di- "F" page 386, which was willed by will have to be paid at the office. So rected to me, which Issued from the Peter Parks to Dantal Parka by will please call and pay your taxes at clerk's office of the Ohio Circuit of record In Ohio County Clerk's ofyour earlleat convenience. Court, In favor of the McHenry De- fice. Another, tract conveyed to Dan-lParks by Chas. Alexander by deed 2tT. Kentucky, posit Bank, Mcllenry, T. H. BLACK, against A. L. Stevens for 220.00 and pf record In Ohio County Clerk's of Sheriff Ohio County. p, NORTH 123456789 .... 00024271x Mr QUALITY Dre Shoes and sturdy, every-da- y shoes for Men and Boys await your pleasure. MIVKING the wear-resistin- g, Fa if I arlv 1 ail IaUJT QUEEN QUALITY Dress Shoes stand out as the leader of the world in fine shoes for women. May we have an opportunity to show these beauties to you? Boys and Girls: tant item in our shoe stock. Style as well as the wearing qualities have been considered. You can get a good looking shoe that will wear well. rJi We don't believe we have overlooked a single shoe necessity for any age or size in this country, and you are liable to lose both time and money if you fail to buy your Shoes here for the whole family. E. P. BARNES & BR0. Beaver Dam, Kentucky. ''U& fice in deed book "G" pago 84. Said .racts containing 430 acres more or less. Samo iland conveyed to W. E. JHaxwell by deed of record in Ohio County Clerk's office In deed hook No. 3, page 423 from A. L. Mort&n and wife. Said Hand then being conveyed by W. B. Maxwell and "wifo to Mrs. L. M. Stevens, A. L. Stevens and W, N, Stevens on October tho 11th, 1887, by deed of record in Ohio County Clerk's office In deed book No. 7, page 488. Said Iland then conveyed by Mrs. L. M. Stevens to A. L. and W. N. Stevens, May the 11th, 1905, by deed of record in OMo County Clerk's office In deed book No. 31, page 69. Said land then convoyed hy W. N. Stevens to A. L. Stevens by deed of record (n Ohio County Clerk's office in deed book No 31, page 182. Excepting 50 acres from this sa'e bounded as follows: Beginning at a sugar tree and Beech on the bank of Hough river corner to Mrs. Yeiser farm; thence S. 34 W. Poles to the corner of the Arment Jira- - Yelsor,a!ne; a. 2 W. 40 poles to a stone thence In Arment line; thenceN.54 E. 209 poles to a beech on Rough river; thence up said river with its meanders to tho beginning; containing 50 acres more or le3s." Said land levied and subject mortgage of $2000.00 hold by to a the Bank of Hartford, mortgage In tho aun of t , heId by E 0 Barrasa and mortgage of $ . held hv the First National Bank of Hartford. sale to be made oQ a credit of six months, bond with approved security required, bearing Interest at the rate of 6 por cent annum from day of the sai'e and having t,he the force aud effect of a rerVovIn bond. T. H. BLACK, S. O. C. 207 Ky-Said V to-w- lt: J ot CASTORIA Children Cry FIR FLETCHM'S