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HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, communal condition spreads a contagion of evil about unnumbered New Jersey towns. The nomads who drift to the woods, the women running the roads, nro solid against every one not of their lawless tribe. Their children, strong in body but feeble In mind, survive by chance, not care. "No my kids ain't baptised," confessed Stumpy Sal, the mentally mother of six; "but I had them Insured.. You can't never- - tell wliat'U como on children. I h$t two In eight months. They cost mo a harry of a lot of money. Ooln some, wasn't it? Lucky I know how yo' cure 'em of croup and asthma. How do I do it? I ain't telling you nothing. First you stand the child up by a door and measure off tho top of his head. Then dig a hole in the Jam, put in some hair from the child's crown, an' plug up the bole with bread dough. When that child grows taller than the hole It won't have no more asthma." Consider the intermarried Dlxon-Osboclan, 199 Individuals, of whom thirteen are normal, 124 degenerate, twenty Illegitimate, and twenty-tw- o criminal, living on the outskirts of a country town. Imbecile Oetsle married defective Zacher and became the mother of d child ran, twelve nine g, eight-year-old rn feeble-mindegrand-children, ed KYM FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1913. seed patch and plant say twenty-fiv- e of the best ears In this patch. Each car should be planted In a row without mixing with any other ear. At maturity, harvest each row separately and weigh the yields. Select tho ears for next year's seed patch from the rows that glvq the highest yields, and the remaining portion of the rows of highest yield are used for planting tho flofll crop. And so the work should bo continued from year to year. Issued by International Harvester Co., Bureau. DARK CONTINENT TELLS OF HONOR SEED CORN IS JMPORTANT HERE AT HAND Missionary People should AMONGJMICTS Hinder. They Never HOLDMEETING At Courthouse in Owensbo-in Big Numbers. ro Practically no Guards to Keynote to Successful Corn Breeding. Watch things at Home. Divorces Sell for Quarter, Swap Wives Within Hoar's Ride of World's Biggest City. VTrnton. N. "Break" For Liberty; SlwiM Know Kind of Stalk That They Know "Good ' From Daviess and Other Coait- ies American Tobacco Company Denounced. Owensoro, Ky Oct. 11. Ono of ther largest gatherings of farmers' and tobacco growers that has ,bccn Been la Owensboro for some time taxed the circuit court room to its capacity, and many were unable to gain admittance today, the occasion being a meeting of the Consolidated Tobacco Growers association. The fact that the mee'lng was toT. held in Owensboro was not knowa by many ersopns outside those who had become members of the organization, and by 10 o'clock this morning the city was fairly filled with members from Daviess, Ohio, McLean, Header-so- n, Webster and other counties. The room was filled, to its capacity at 10:30 o'clock, and whllo there was a conference of the members being held In one of tho small rooms, outlir lng tho program of tho meeting, was taken as to whether the meeting should be a secret one, and It was unanimously d.cldqd that the meeting should go In secret session. G. R. Ruby, of Glonvillo, presided, and he asked all thoso who were not incumbers to vacate tho room. It was ub'tfeed that very few persons retired, most of thorn being men from the city who had gone up to look on during tho proceedings. It was announced that, there would be an open session at 1 o'clock, at which time prominent speakers would address tho meeting. Whon the hour had arrived tho mpmbors in executive Session had not concluded its' work, and continued Its sessions in the county court room down stairs, whllo tho circuit court room was packed to Its capacity. The speakers of tho afternoon were Hon. Joel Fort, of Tennessee, and Louis Hancock, of Providence, Web ster county. Mr. Fort Is a farmer and at one time practiced law. He has been Identified with the black patch district for years, and is a very forcible speaker, he devoted most of his time to organization and cooperation, and denounced the America Tobacco company as the greatest robber of the farmer in existence. His speech was applauded throughout, consuming nearly two hours. Mr. Hancock also spoke on organization, and explained to the audience the true meaning of the organization, which he said the bankers and business men of Owensboro did not understand. Mr. Hancock was given a close hearing, and also applauded frequently. The full strength of the membership of the new organization was taken, .but" the secretary, Prultt Dod-sodeclined to give it out until the correspondence committee had concluded Its work, which was still In session at press hour. It was noticed that the membership of tho new organization is composed of some of the beat and most prosperous farmers of Daviess county. Some of the leading members being formerly connected with the Hone Warehouse company, including Price Balrd, Ben Heubner and others. a-vn, Produces Your Seed Corn. Thing." Council Called to Buy Dustman Broom. a 'Hoodsport, Hood's Canal, Wash., "Why do Oct. 15. Thirty-tw- o men are making the good, civilized (oik of America1 a road from Hoodsport to Lllliwaup, ignore a countryside people with adfive miles along the west shore of ults who aro mentally children, the canal. men and women of strong, Thirty of the thirty-tw- o are connaifefc stock who are without reason, victs, recently brought here from the judgement or penitentiary at Walla Waila. One Is Mies Ellxaboth Kite, State Agent a highwayman, one a horse thief, five for the Now Jersey School for Feeble are forgers, and .tho rest convicted Minded, put the question with a finof robbery and grand larceny. Nine ality that accused. "You doubt the are "second termers." possibility? Then come with me to The two who are not convicts are the Pine. You will find the district Frank Randolph, superintendent, and a plague spot of moral contagion a L. D. Packard, engineer. feeder for our Jails, aim houses and feeble-minde- d twenty-thre- e When night comes tho convicts hospitals." feeble-mindleave their work and troop to the Next morning found us motoring Of these one dlod In infancy, "honor camp." thru a lonely tract of 2,000 squaro eight lived in public institutions; no "Goodnight boys," calls Randolph. miles between tho barren coust of ono Knows how many wont to Jail. "Goodnight, sir." Now Jersey and the fertile Dole-warOno granddaughter, Mag, boro eight And Randolph and Packard go the valley. 'Ihls area of scrub cranberry Illegitimate children. In three genera- other way! bogs and salt mnrsh is 'peopled with tions, twenty-eigIllegitimates, "It's a kind of game," said Ran-v. twenty-nin- e families of degenerates. In public institutions. dolph, as together wo stood and Tho present day inhabitants, am fifty-fiv- e noticeably .defective 1113108, watched the last of tho construction entirely native stock. Two of tho' fifty noticeably defective females and gang disappear. .Plnoy families go 'back to Quaker two normal Individuals out of 103 "If I bad a rlflo those men would days and boast William I'can's name ; bo constantly on the lookout to make o.n still existing marrlago certificates. a getaway. The would scurry Into Tho typical Imbeciles "husband" and the bush like rabbits. Why not? Over APPLE TREES "wife" aro tho direct destondents of that hill " and Randolph's arm mats tho first Governor of New Jersey. a sweep "la a wilderness as big as Of churches there nro none, nor TO BE DISTRIBUTED tho Stato of Ohio. Once a man has organized any influence. moral entered It, ho could hide out for Schools aro few and far between. Tho months. But they won't do it." illspensers of law aro local squires "They know 'when they aro well Lonlcssetlly Ignorant cf law, but Hardin County Growers to Get off." l.sald. "After cells at Walla maintaining more or less successfully, by Walla and the Juto mill, shut-i- n Gift From State of according to their own roctltudo, n watls, this life in tho ojen and SO SMiblancu of order. cents a day, and tho prospect of a Kentucky. 'Tho pcoplo of tho Pines havo pardon " wajH of Ihclr own," says 'Squire "You don't understand," interrupted Randolph. It Isn't the freedom, the Joyce, a Justice of tho poato for Ky.. The thirty years. "They are human beings says: Mirror, of Elizabt"thtown; money or the prospect or a pardon. but not domesticated." "Not dom..s- - Tho C5.000 apple trees presented It's honor. Oh, I know; society sneers "Not domesticated' is tlcated." without cost to the orchardmen of when you talk of 'honor In convicts. good. the county by the State Agricultural The men of this 'honor' squad "weren't About these shacks forgather typic- Department for an experimental or- picked for their morals. Nevertheless al Plney women, perfectly healthy 'but chard in Hardin county, will be dis- I trust them. I never visit them at repellant, startllngly tributed and planted within the next night unless Invited. Night or day, I barefooted women wl'h hoarse voices, thirty days. Tho trees were shlpod am never armed. There isn't a gun rotting teeth, touseled hair and tatter to this city last May and planted in within a mile of the Job." d clothing, women lasy, childish, un- the High School campus to be trans"What are they doing now?" I asked ique in manners and morals. "I don't know," Randolph replied. planted this tall . The trees are in a Ignorance and noglect have made first-cla"It's none of my business. You might condition and bid fair to Few thrive when transplanted in the or- go and find out." these women moral outlaws. among them ever heard of the com- chards of the county. So thru the gathering dusk, I The Hardin mandments, nine in ten are so feeble County Fruit Growers Association tramped to where the lights of the "honor camp" blinked. In mind that they live disorderly lives has called a meeting of the orchardAnother man, coming down the with no intention of wrongdoing. men to meet in this city Atonday, "No, I ain't never had. no learn- October 20, to make arrangemnets for valley, met mo at the door of a tent, ing," says Lll, the Imbecile mother of the distribution of the trees. A hor? and we entered together. He was a ten children. "I can count if you give tlcultural expert from the Agricul- "con." A bucket filled with blackme time. But 1 ain't never had no- tural department will be present to berries dangled from the crook of his body to keer for me, an' 1 had to give Instructions upon transplanting arm. His entrance was the signal keer for myself as ibcst I could." the trees, which will be under the for a Joyous uproar, and a Jovial fel"1 ain't eo stupid as you'd think,' care of the State for five years, or low, who, when free, is a burglar, nL wopltiada Bertha, a normal-lookin- g until the trees begin to bear. An hollered: pie toBlackberry "Hey, cook! man who cannot draw the outline of expert will be present at intervals .a .square from a copy on the table. during this time to give free instruc- morrow!" "Sure! Like mother used to make." "No, I never went to school," says tions In cultivating, trimming and They smoked, talked and played Ford, who at thirty has the mind spraying the trees. cards. They turned in when they of a child of nine and knows neither ,tffi date, the season nor the names felt like It. Two went to town to Rural Carriers Busy. buy tobacco; the rest were too tired, of the months. Rural mall carriers have been no- for the work is hard. May, his childish "wife," tosses her by the postofftee department to The talk turned to getaways, and head, "Dear me, that's nothing; half tified during the next three months the horse thief said: "It would be the world can't read and write," she tabulate the number of pieces of mall going j dead easy. protests. I promised I wouldn't try thru their hands during the months to get away, and I ain't going to. Ford, vigorous and boyish-lookinof Oc'obcr, November and Decem"married" May "by the 'squire, hav- ber. This is done to keep exacttab 'Twouldn't be right.' ing secured from that worthy for 25 upon the growth of this department. Daybreak found me on ithe Hoodcents a wrltln' of seperatlcta from two This order includes parcel post bus- sport Dock. The flood tide had sot. .previous wives. Such wrltln's are con- iness and otherwise, and will have And there, with bis legs dangling, sidered handy to show in case of much to do with extension of the ser- sat a forger. "Cookey says we'll have ltroublo. The Magistrate knew, none vice. Many other features are con- fish for breakfast It I catch 'em,'1 he better, that getting a divorce Droves templated, but these cannot be under- explained. Together, with a string of perch .a perplexing formality when both taken until it is ascertained whether parties tQ the contract have other the business transacted justifies. In we returned to .camp. As we reached I burglar stepped dripping from the .husbands and wives. For instance: thn mpantlmn rural carriers will be it a Ford's brother, Jim, a graduate of tax.. Knot. knnmlnv liiialnatfu alttiv ' canal.- He'd been bathing. Laughing, r he flung up his arm In greeting. ftbree State prisons, deserted Ws Idiot thejr routes. , "How's the water?" asked hte forger. wife to ."marry" the imbecile Clar--u T Una who 'had three husbands. Later. "Fine!" replied the burglar. I Slwrt T.rkey Crep. lag Then he turned, as. though-obe- y Jim traced Clarissa to Lem OJdman Reports' from' alt over this section. an Impulse,, .to. face the east. The sun 11.6 and a quart of crude rum. for ' ,v Later MU Jim secured another of Kentucky show that there wiH be was rising over the pine' tops. But "'wife," Louisa, by a similar trade a short turkey crop. Disease and the it was not the sunrise he saw, but a you I extremely hot weather have played grim, high wall, 300 ml Jed away, and with ber "husband." "1 U mad. I wasn't,' says poor sm-- " havoc with the young turkeys. It i a Jute mill filed with crashing looms, wn't pie Louisa, whose mind is but etgb,t said that there are fewer young tur- - ( and guards armed with rifles, and years old, altho she has four living keys Id ta couatrey than for years. dark, cement floored corridors, and d cells. "You see, Pete worked This means que thing and that Is a norrow, husbands. And there was a little rage and right agin me, an' his folks done birt good price. To those whoaave good wi, so I flocks the time is ripe when you more defiance, and there was more me' carting every ,01 .halnt got no ,more pstleaee, Then, should take good care of them; feed laughter than defiance In the shout he I well and, keep them healthy and get over the water: itoo, Jim is inara's sister's soa.; remembered that this the reward for your labors la cash. I 'Oa, you cells! Oh, you cells!" Let U be J.. Oct. 1C. self-will- ht 65,000 d, ss ' g, S. fc steel-barre- sent-ringin- We are delighted to know that you are interested in tho breeding of good seed corn. Next to the better and more thorough preparation of the soil, the proper selection and production of seed corn Is the work most noeded In the South. The variety tests at the Experiment Stations show that of twelve of the leading varieties of corn tested, the difference between, the highest and lowest yield per acre on the same type of soil with identical fertilization and cultivation was 15.2 bu. We fully believe that the average yield of corn in tho South- - can bo increased more than twenty-fiv- e per cent by .planting the most prolific seed insteaad of seed that has run out. "Like produces like." It will probably be best for you to buy tho best seed from some roput-abl-o breeder In your section and then loam tho best scientific methods to further Improve the socd. Tho buying of tho best seed from sonio reput- ablo brpeder in your section will save jou sovcral jears of labor and ex pense In breeding up tho seed. How- over, you can, by following instruc tions, rapidly breed up your Ogvn corn. . First;- - select stalls that bear tho oars at a moderate hclgbt on tho atallvs for tho reasons that it is difficult togather'cars ioohlgh and tho and easstalk Jsjapi lo bo ily blown down by winds. Second, select- stalks of medium size, gradually tapering from base to tassel. Third, with largo cared varlties, no stalks that havo mpre than two ears should bo selected, and an effort should be made to select some stalks that have two ears and some that have one. Fourth, the leaves should .be broad and strong, from twelve to sixteen in number, and well distributed on the stalk. Fifth, the stalks should be well anchored by numerous strong base roots from one to two Joints above the ground to enable them, to withstand winds. Stalks free from suckers should be selected as far as possible. Sixth, detassel all weak stalks and ears at all Just before the silks begin" to show in good number. This will prevent fertilization by inferior stalks. Seventh, the ear should be cylindrical or nearly so. It should be ifull and strong in tho middle portion and the circumference should be approximately of its length. The shuck should be heavy and well extended over the end of the ear and closely gathered about the silk. The shank that bears the ear should be longe enough to permit 'the ear to droop at maturity. Eighth, from ten to thirty times as many ears should be selected as will be necessary to plant next year's crops. Ninth, it is best to pick seed corn and store It before the first frost. The seed ears should be placed where they will be kept dry and where they will bo protected from damage by weevils and rats. Tenth, during the winter months select the necessary number of tho best ears to plant in the spring. The rows of kernels should be straight, and not less than sixteen nor more in number. The ear than twenty-tw- o should be from eight to ten and a halt Inches long. The color of grain should be true to variety. White corn should have white cobs and yellow com red cobs. The tip should sot be too papering. It should be well covered with, straight rows of regular kernels of ualfsraa size and shape. The rows of kernels should extend In regular order over the butt end of the cob, leaving a depression where the shank is removed. The tips of the kernels should be full and strong, leaving no space between them near the cob. The kernels should be about of an Inch wide by of an Inch long, and and about six to the Inch In the row. It U a good plan to have a special top-heathree-quarters k five-eight- hs London, Oct. 11. A notice on the door of the town hall of Castelpanet-pa- r Realmount, In South France, summons the members of the municipal council to a Bpeclal meeting, with the following adenda: "Discussion of the Mayor's report on the advisability of buying two brooms for the municipal dustmen. "Urgency voted. "Ballot In person only. "Your presence Indispensable." Consolidated Tobacco Growers. Alexander BOhooI house, Oot. 11. Consolidated Tobacco Growers met and in the absence of tho chairman, Rev. Ell Wesley was chosen chairman and T. F. Tanner, secretary. It was moved that we defer the elec tion of a committeeman for Hartford Magisterial district and call for a mass meeting at Hartford Saturday Oct. 18, at 10 o'clock and cordially Invito members of all organizations and nil who aro interested in tho welfare of tobacco growers, whether members of any organization or not, to bo present. T. F. TANNER, Sec'y. LOOKED INTO AN OIL TANK "Red" Campbell Got More Infor- mation than He Wanted When Benzine Ignited. Central City Argua says: Central City in general and "Rod" Campbell In particular received a oo sideraUle shock last Friday night when Campbell used a lighted lantern to see bow full of water a railroad tank was. His discovery came near costing him his lite. Young Campbell, who Is the son of the. photographer, was employed by the water company to fill railroad tanks for the mines worg the I. C which are compelled to buy water. Three cars had been placed on the warehouse switch back of the Cen-qrCity Laundry, to be filled with water for the Woodson mines. All three cars were billed as empties, and were supposed ito be empty. A fire hqse was turned into the first en and allowed to run for some time, then Campbefl climbed upon the,tank to see how near full it was. When he held his lantern over the manhole there was a flash and a terrific exp.osion. It seems that the car had been loaded with benzine and there was probaly considerable benzine left In the car when the water was turned In. A gas was formed, and when the open lantern was put over the manhole the gas Ignited. Had the manbote been smaller half the town might have been blown up, as the tank would have exploded with ter- -. rifle force. But fortunately there was an opening enough for the force to go upward, and a brl.llant flash and very loud exptcslon was the only result. Campbell hardly remembers how he got down off the car, but thinks that he Jumped backward and dropped fifteen feet to the ground. His face was not directly over the hole, or he would have been killed. As It was, he was burned about the nose and mouth, and his hair, eyebrows and lashes were singed off. He was tak en to the water company's office and treated, and then removed to bis home. He is now resting wall and no serious consequences are feared. al Baseball Lost 32 Years Font. ht Norfolk', Neb., Oct. 4. A baseball batted into a cornfield thirty-eigyears ago .by E. K. Ballantyne. later sergeant at arms in the United' States Senate, was found yesterday' when excavations were being made for a new building. The ball bad become petrified but the seams and stlches were visible. A slight dent on one side marked the terrific wallop given the ball by Bal-laaty- Fer Sale. On 'account of a change in my bus iness I desire to sell my farm of 157 This was the first league baseball ever bought for North Nebraska aad the game which was being played between Tekamah aad West Point bad to be Btoppod because the Iball was lost. acres lying one and one-ha- lt miles north of Hartford on the Oweasboro pike. Will sell as a whole or will divide. Easy terms, Address me at Dermott, Ark., or see A. M. Barnett one mile north of Hartford. V. Q. BARNETT. 14t4. For Salt or My residence next to Baptist chureh 9 rooms, electric lights, hot aad cold running water In bath and kitchen. good barn. Keys at Dr. Tappan's. T. R. BARNARD. 13tf. oa Washington street, If it -- V r ' i .1 ft S&2?-- . ! ij .4 atLx jfrV-- - i I . - HGH! 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HHnminr t iarys-- iiac tlnr wwi) - itrr ruiiSk fdi"?- - tirtr unmet tliic tiTv i: vi Iur.t. Si tiie ux rrioi"'!-- ? bc 5utint anr.uT.Tiac er dirt tt-jS i ia Bl5 - j'.ijx-- os ii. v sftrl ! tiMt ? BETHEL COLLEGE For Boyt and Yotmg Mat Susdixd prejaraio-scientific 7' f ti4r tii sr c ti . aai crAtez eil - ic f- - siiiSHis- - n in- up? ic ri, JX. Ji. -- miiC;inc tnniuihr msl 3ttr nafjx SJr CiZzTWiSl4t 5 yinar r m a. jaa set x: 1 ,c ia iili- J": rnrfi iP - WtHr MT n2ai:-'aaevMirt - vmriHZ iju- 3 ji.ics1 - hT rcrx- Cl,TT- - ",- huk' liizs strvwa - ta lat A? Bvri i-- li'.rnfc, t c- t.t7 j,i Ji - ficsltv. dfre- - Healtbfal prii of thirty zero; ad noril r: urge tot- er;c:jsl rarsa "ea: iS54 tKa smvrrrct, 2wS2jxg$. Ca: Atrtrrn pirk a- -i .v rirvi iwij itu vtc Itvs, ; k Is itjits li Boardin? de?rtnjil sz&aizltsxitd by Prtaairxt. Thi5 ls-- d at rzodenlc cosJ-- Adiret cc caiikB H. C. MIOW7TEU. r V. E. FASKAJL EW. jr. - S- - ilnnltt xr-- .i- -- rTrr-; r M:Sti m-rt- r- nut huirr line ZHsxiirti. "Zfwmtz. jiJBrrt 'rti in VjUihs mil- - tt !fitifi(iat. "fti. 7ftye writr- 1if 3utrj 33"fl "K"uiiirrli. jim iw at'y 51r inwaVsx. :Tm4: tr mw J. Itlrt wt I ailK vr. it 'inn 3hi- xurnMr hi vftf-nu- if il J U(S9t3e Jdir: jbtiu. rt5 iTi.;i; J, mns Iwanzral 'r if Jft if iiir Ui"-S- r. - i5' v 4r- pin. -- SMlf jhi-3- 1 J-- h J"t K iUv f" JIT uiitt if fltaicxt tlunirTaiirnr nvrj ir tlW'1.1. 1 xtiit 3u!iinmsr !' JIT nHI. .mitimxiiiru iiin 2atp-- r aiiiC Z.nCr-i- r irsrj Wus thy iuim. SExSurma.' t. 3ia. 3iuC 0 . inlj- - lrn"!r aa uT ii. crulj LufrrtK 2x. tar nfr ias' ! Titain-- iL tc .aii jii 315-011- irt- --jiir n. turr, laCSXirjincis-saa- . mi xac--l- amcxjja f. 4sclr cifces "SiC i- cfc-- 4. Tin "err jisjj? rSk iimiTsiiac uwix tie fc TT-ijjC - ri4t. ii jiik 31 auS--- fi. at rwc 65r li jx:s. 11m. rxci- - Sl'vwtJi' ZJfc. 5PJT1SH GP.0U3E HUJiTERS. Wisr, Tim' Tin cmiiM- itutir-- f 32 Os I5t2ir ia WHY NOT MAKE Ii' v "; o' si' w-3rn3arf-i- J AOtJ iittv nftiou(9 lili.- Mnj w saj JE 355f tViifinniz-d- r ir.vr juinC t- in " -- ! "i-it- ict. HjHjit ! iii ttin iO. HMll ,n' wh irsm 11 s.- wtti -- wuhuiixiC fe xiinjJrlr irjy "i4-- urti un axc!rc ir r iipnu-w t-u- ioj nl ttsv 1 - v .nniimtt.. ytrr x. - 3ir. i Htt in nutitr inula f JW 1 JtWa' IIJ aitettc ;urti' jw !l- f rium "i 6v .nvv TmH rjiT ih: tH!' J 1ZW8 pMV XHt JiU' iiio- - nMld' jhiC J Itjuwtic sy uj. iy I o:i xhhi ir'ini Jr i- t r f XSv - wr unci liiw v t n.StT-wiHyi Sir ill" JIHrt7 HllC ''JHttiti "! f ir"tilin 11 L - mit' !iiiuit Tu itifiirrc- jr-itl- iitr Jnr twii- ixl 4 errj X5 SxKxnnrs ai3 Si: t19 Sites av iaij 19 cuiiirx Is rij ii? ' TVrami. i.iifirjx. raillt 3mtia fis ;riatiK. Iw rir--- t in.i!:c it leu-i- jt vr jO&ts a uii jua-- iyininy Smiai i Tlyv- -i to ntol is it a ic.r-4iSlfiirC 1112. JltZiOft VOX. 11 niiC .uf CUt mis; iiarsrisxeC ue"ir jrfiuuiiifc m fxijiisxt. -- nt axiac r-tt Sjtlin:tt tt7Tirf Use i- Cr "iiMtcas: 1st 3r-sjx- a taiC 3iraaa. itxrivz tiiir - "ii.fc3. Sin- - .aaafitr ax 3l iiiC iw ill 5r u.s ?v'- s Eriula t7 S200. A MONTI - That's S50." a Week, iknMl SK.M a Day Sftzra i i Vljtor tlr il t rzT"jt- ii . e oij, U lwi riJ sci &taul tt4 Aiu lor twjfUimm tit li. c l se n.tlrtir qrxtf- in-jm- oi . i. i - ft rj-rs- K a OU ca , i- - ti- -- urn-w- i litr jt ii 3-ai!- nuuullsr omiuaMis: iut jrnsaitSe taj iiin- lite inn 'sr.vvzuKii . ?? -- tcrhr iiixx. it hi is if. ur riu xirsEtl r-;irtn-4ht5 -- 3rasiac - - teuii- - unliaiir xr '! ixint iur rUtL HrTaini vaxitrta-XK- i iCfrtL. T li- c?cr jaiC art. 11! ? r tsj xrtcto it jU . tj ;Tria. tii oclJij t:e "tr 'j: , vl. It si ti-- :9U ' nati r---i". f cjjrrt- - 1 J tAZ l lwsra ts-t- enr c. C a- YoC js! - J is ir rt- Urer cilj so nitirn ;;.7 triii tiij Sex Sr j -- v - IV iiyrtiri ii-.s?- Zc riixt cf n ur ixq csy . jisant aj- taannm nnwue if U 1 -- v. wrnUrj 1 sst re- - fnmfcrr 1m-w- ? ti)- rfuuL nuriw" Jii ir tw ?.re " jvve i6- - S-I- iii9 l -- jrrtitj;ma sur sic. 11 Ibm: trH-Kll- 11 itir t- JUlli 1Ui iii 11 3 HllC - "- UiUtSx 4lrr wili ftaur Mi, 3t I ir i v'cnt f svimitis rtuwi, v ttoin ; TU- - wig t!iht v xg- 5ii i- .- iw jirfaiu; 4ii-u; iinHtr jh- axuC 'iii" jiicziiuns if s- - tiivux 0HlUt-s- ' SjVW 3wr rti'xt jgZusa.vuiv Jir - auIIj rwviii tv viVif t: - luuwiiii' inif niif 4iu? i ta JStei-w- -- ,rlitxuis it, jiM it "Xiuuvrivrix, ' pvwr, iuih Tints' & .it w "V ,-ut' r t jiwutiH: f. u v'uimf itir ?3i vuuvur "7ll- iw iat " r auu'U-j1'- ! m( viiw Bt XtlUl Jutf Jtll) wr ii I -- nui iiflsr , lur vyin , , tn tteimst lirrvv HiintrvaT aiai suinr tir tin- -Ue wllj oot THE VICTOR iflJ lli'E iiu Ors.3ioi tac iw lir iiiir vii uJLt iiusinw tub ict. se I da aot ' Tti aj i trxi crxarvtifi. iaiC rift yiyti. -r Tja x.t tH, sir " liiit ! LOCK CO. SAFE t.wut Tint. -- I iv "SlTfJ" Ufcl r Vv Tft X yV.ntf jl. til't ?""& vulif LuOvic is r fatnauiuj ia axaax: -. Mlfc. rllJ, lT,,., fm. i v Tnrt.C VVC MJ r snit Omt M . in. Hmii. Cwtny ao.O0 Sataa v xa xt M Sr..w. - tl tltv UUTtSini. ur ra'jiia nit wm xilicctastfl vriri ,iIM- -. A.. tu iv IUnr-win vx. viC u utt asrt tia h!T aa hour Rim? ir Hi' Iu"5ii: tiunfl- -' SimT uu 4ft, sSais. tiifl ttea Vza oT for Asriuu cii via v jrr ir vju bta oru : iw rrcSr- -' tticx iaic w;xc p-a'TheFotarc of the rrinting lsi- fn f1s.kj. Mxar rrjzii li.'n: Tiu ;i:x;rrfl "wj. no "1 itliiiSlS fcirif s!iist yosr soJag vf jfiinK ess. ivr: its- ii3ir: vln vm, t v iJttj- intit in lik iitisie. bit, Ht voaW lafflkttd asd aJr a ft taie w t iertrc laifl iiuC aiu ifl'r u 3mEruc lik la ik DclM aelfih'.'O' He wtH ntoJ tvtlrjir tii The .nrinlcr of the fnturv I fV'COfTS, . . 2 iij" tlsirt ,n j t5, CitusiilKr H iiKSin ix.Tu)r3 irtij e j a borx. aa.1 aoAi. TVT3 Gark. K ai a.wb-- k&. ir"jirt-Aa... I l . v "u wUifl Uli liit7-tr Sii ilC fc .J. !, ;irinntK(ljl llBI K 4 fillT fii Kvv Tnrt-t2TBlC H .. - .v. Jul Tr.i-.- t h.rt MTa. . i In u? VjO nxv uiuukt ,art vitt lto line. luuiisttiiliiaam imefl a - . -- -- ,- .w. ,Ct. HVMVr 'America are not rircn an op3uaUri aj isr rcKecj k, j. j, i?ii'wc. .'-"j'lf -t jTcy-md-l aw i miguaitau.ii -- . .., a iinrir tratif-- bmh to iierfect thcm$Ives in the Art ofiij.-.iirtr' isasx i rtr kavrer. a.,n.-be-. finXUK. J21I5ST OTWJXH3I twuill XlUt nat2 , Uia t Hie drnir To aia tie Nrv jthltvntMR thrr w mk .. . i. ilt Jutfl Sr-- !) fli Jii icviwu HtrmuE v,oiij nit niji iiixii jii 'i. UBpf,(:a't - J o nien to man the aachlBnlK. H. Joa aaitxal af j ii tu- hzzvoit Q&7 tSits- Uutvxi'B Sf iitic. ns Jmiur auj.ni-f- Jrir-tv- " mjjC P fivr,' T"ur t ?r ilfeuri eirfiWJ flv-- mir Kae; itf ftinrv iiftiur- - ufi jiaiC iz mirm ii iyf mtuzt. niw. ktw: it intc ir iialijr Unr fllQ'ilJTUitllC 1S13- ti ijjifi In i:rTir 2sjfcfc r Cls ir-ur-ttis - inusl! liiCr-i- - vu n lw HKnuxai Has it!2.-5eiht nets' 3:-nuttUvtiC iw imS c ""Ciu- w tlxr "" - 3? trrifl one - 1im to lffltti&r t p lit tit!a; in t nirareJ sv n is t Nnr in a yrt s- ja tud s:ei a j.r?;i-iiinui- be-S- vr urt jk. is&rj li"n!9 Ji ct-r-i. Ml ibcs igl ira ti'f vr-4UcV rrc.fl . r, ilvlrrxf . vjrri rJ r ;'! am ea I2i wU3 ta pire of la ijfT clerk, "be M- f Asnc Tie 2nn ' oint of dirs UtSvtt&pd.T. Ti'ifl-Ji- v-- Ht-au- ta wii-t- - K- I ita-rix- c " 1- - i J xi a ; - ?f ? .., , i Ii- c i- i, !(,. - 4 is. r J-- -- -- s-- .- , - o-- r - i 2if - irSTtoH" tit .f !.. T -- n. re . ,. ,. . . y i -- iitturfii fcriuiir J WC tJn'r.iivn - TM Ui uli- WHIT isuii si rxtiOi - iriH! .'nJtii. 'Jk it tif jjj tiuwfi '. ! vwrC jwrtuur. tM aittis fW U1 t "l- 1WV1II- '- "in HHi v -titijl imB i' ?Tlrrit l"tm itiu iiiMt 4 tiilX iiUi" liJ 4MIQMOJJM. VSl . tUut m vwi i vit wuK n rinuwi, vjl' lw tru4 ii( i i Vi ;tv jiii j jiw MuL" j'ui-ittilt xvutir uii'tu "1 MniMt KtH' iuiir.. vi.v i " i noHrr in iimt .! vriftd C xi tu a v 1 jv . . .. Z'tu iv- rvimv ui iurr nnij i tiiut i liw uut Vi. ttwy iifli;- mi itMMUj 4 iMCi'. lijimz riUilv4 id ifvniwc v iMiortuitf n Tfit isii.! Mrr Zrittuiitlert.. . viiUH m; iu;-- . ii; Uit hvxujj w V'riutjir- ! 7i 5'W'1. r rj t4-- ti t- i: if 3t J. MM vlj taf mxi vu4 1 W l"VK if' lm)i Mail; i. Wittf wvrUi iji'itit - - -- wMfiii- rir 'ft- Vt&tttt4. . y'uln iUb tjUVW - XI M-'- ifimn? ww t,v im'V ii.r tKjrtu.! 111. IHt ii !- 1mjj i Ci jJSJfl imHtiriW 1Jt viW'i t" mvlmt xxiC ) h- ti III lt tllOMt fm"HW 'b'XUrillHlf urlii.- Jtonxl 7iw 1.JW. UK.-Ul- . H tijuUiluluH) juv tiifl - Wr. r.wt Miwi. .,.. ,.1 -Mi r 1L fVu4iw wrti - it.t Ou 1- V m li(r KSViil iiir iu.t4 Ju irfir 1j iriii4 tti iiiit wurt I3llrbni. irit ii jifii"ijiiJ jitrrl. til' lilt OMll3 fOftfid 3if-.ixii- : ilvu IfMII. lfvft Ut rurtrJii tu Jxiritti iki tidf ruit -i JtM--- nmto u, vxi d-bf- l. llMr mo ti. iu'i-- r. ,.u.rf jcurs- Jumi-- m -- rt uf Iiitini tiiflr rlrnt rt , i.Mri.,1 lii tt fiom vlvwJ ti.t vn ti ti uud v tuwidttxit fwiD Vj vp wliii Jl4rii 'A'tJlt v vnii txii irJur litr xjrtitli f. wlvy 11 ixx4-- t iiud iittitd villi will i'J 7'it tft drfrw, tu tlit v1m! w1h wi iVjiniiiK. rzp-lfor dm-w- i 'nt'1it wKh 4 tud l-- r yufi-- fi Jt ) RttntL tbt is-- vl.v )M Ixi lHe: tin mit Ut wdiumi lit Lad itn-- t 1h Jjni"u, xiU fmorijt ritr. (lit trtii - lnrliir M4i tin - ht9. for ,Wrl' iv"J t'rrw)t u tliaiit; jm," In lorty-ti- i d jiurt". ji fvr b'viivr tut tbit )filitt,i ic Ji n wblrb ba iitrv btxi ajijiroui'titd b jrrrJ'o1 wjtUt Ibil I utbtr nl-wiJ iti Mr. 'i fJi)i-c IM'iiiv vVii iut ilwj ttamtj tix ;;ut drtii 111i wj ritu ut V Mtid bttid fvr tt Ltr lltr'kt tu ni tiit Jitrtlir -- xi-)ll 'I'itj. :rfr'' u.of MttU- - 'Ckl tur t tnt (jMftL;. tiHiur i - v JWuld f tint t, ill ii tauclt. fcjv tifj twftM T7j CMfk. ,nt fv' hjh wivrn 'caoibrxa ii m t- - jLiwvm ixniisn uu t""'"! "one of ,he M,n lie v swuut in 0 flltfl xll B&der tie w aai doa undr Whir toaiwrov. He mti t ctlL j Th,s fet " riiTt. iillt il" illifl XUCTliKls2 tli WB3A- jilem. in fortBisat.'" Jteatlont of the Intronatioiul IMnt- - fan of ta aeoi. He tried the t: Ull H.43-1 to fcfti liltr flturli lth ual resjedle tor distecirer aai kn ytrkT vu coainelVd i01 ln,on ln rivvnt confeivmv . Jlua urtai iiufl iirrrr'! lUuflvix; imw ;cv- - m rtoiBia t veet Vosrer catil the ne lublUher hctv In lAuUilie, and! drcd dliae. aad mltiiont pKtnf iKjh liiet Hiufca tiiUBii vlRxia KTirlxAaini rctinifd froa hl hunt. In other cities, ami the urotls&n of rralt-- He tiea e lour bo' in ota i.tx m.3 ruswd w wM SaHbeJ la the contract to 'WJutato the ajipren-'i!- e jtk of calcine aai dacved It i" adopted uithout trouble. wti atej and Usea tiKnj; a loap trv''rV 1 taifl utKi!31. jB-- ajr tiia. it. ak 8 In ounger bottle, UitroJttoea tie officer the 1u'ht W iJL.f5 ! it t lim itTt iitr ckrtijei. Tne Seen Witt Mm. printers hae KalmM an liKnia la the animal' natnls. Th trtaTf' B'iiiiai t arntt iili fc.aijt. lf Tbe ai ebarnrttnsae apbor-iKa- i pay, and if they show the itvjer oav n'-- l ''Trt.fil)r anS iimusiit itloi of tat wrta vip taea of anient qualifications are advanced a rapMly eoaied to slxe wlW at aff-u'f-d 'T w'isut Xf ihZ"4. Xrmfmi; iiltuilf in the trnile that had ieen r nt f&Hft-- : jwioa of membership la the thre meets pot better aad U now : -iir .inii'iiifc- iniiitm; li. tit'tk CrirtNutii'iir la eire:"" TTiele Ath a rosslble to a the jt ia t u' t. Lt rtttrtfi MllKB. SuTKfch!p bnacs mlaf of union prov idl their full uork. Mr. JohnKn 1 ans.ous '"" in8 Jivv ra',1naj iiW'Mpui&iiu; iiiiu till lit oihert to Vno of the irAitment t"1 if Mitjleoe. -- Kuotr thine opjw term as apprentices, iiufl tmrvrhi Slit luurt frwjntiitud la Carlii. -- TVv for the papers and Job otfioi is the ho believe cured hi animal. tvvlTTf Bi o Prif-n;mrt if liit 2iUtn',t 1'iifl orLtr troll the wort:" Chllon Stl,0l 'or Jointer, conducted b the wtJ biuif vi iiitai vevdiiiii; tor iilm ainr tf Sjiru. -- Kaow th.relf:" Oeobulu International rdntcr I'titon. JY?l- - If j oo have children ouhai a dKl --: nwti'J,'iir?W1' J1""ja, Modtrarion i the chief dl?nt Jann M. l.)nch, of the I T. I' perhap notlcAl that disorder of tV . Ul UJJl IISXUIUJ HWIO HT , - .. --J...h, 1. d rtr ?? iu Svibrta . . iMiKii hbhw5X , . nneitt. ,io correct tau jou win ..nmer. ana much of w ChamberUln' Stomaci aad aiU2-tiV mllIa r"'4- Is Father's Ineensittency. Uj,xs of ' as "flr.t Uss let excoleat. They are ca) 1 Uirdmra i && Father win Ha-around In two ,0 he WUnW lU ' t1 KlJine. w'Wi'i Ltidwislibd found ! - Ve. 4 J a nl:, fort ot water and ruin a pood stilt of ',n,Tn",.WdUf 1" t"-Bli- jj ffJ-uIn effect. r sale by all dealers, m A knowledge of the urintlne huI- 'jiiod it. liut tbt irtirtlwi. clliiibtd a dulliM tu urr ardries In a stran?eri liouue durioc a thirty cent fire Hut If ness vu lU-jr-e is expert Vno ledge and It can uitiu. Ji tfci ins xtiig ' and vajr Ov .rvM vtrtm, lW . b' si 'bS n,",C , Tit ii uncucrftfi tribal J br jm ,, n4t Kt tise , - Cts-Jn- c i. re J e W-tTOi-ra v - - . .. i i rtSs:h v,J..l. .I... w r...l- '! "- it !" ;.:;. hiiiui ..l. steaay . s r. UrW ptj ,, J." "VaTwaL either i ',,.' 'l tor. Ji !),- tlit tnflitr VHuir tu tiit 1 liHixtrln- rit r ttefiitr livi truttrr fr riiif e ti Mri' Cftl Xlnri'j. jj-r- 1 t- fn- MirMMh T1iiltr a'yo aflfr an "Wi rititut fvr a Itsdlur X'Tt. t M Ii'lffj 'W'tdfwwtb sk auiAbtraav afv-ar-- flb. bt fird H Hvwrrtr mtnti jour Btr it. mt-- k fiid lire h. nut ban it and call It bad xitiuw 3"bwun. (Tttu4l 1 irttijinulou. ilitxi lie U tiuvwxi iir b! ftiuiulxit tlilinrtl. n-ajLB't'jL vtifu '4i'rriuM 41 rauuulii i ftiir ' tu iliUarWw with tile mutbtr and tbt 4i fuiitrtJ vf iila fatb-- r bt 'lo(d bbaf J lf tit tbt bnd if bin rtialiters. aal llijd furtb ii u (J tbe bunds 1 tiiut bud bwai fur tilxu. I Kttrvxj Uafklrvtiu iiit that tbe oji- iiortuull bad tludtd ldiu pare ap tb Mux it ajijirfi'riatiiie Halltunttln cas- jlltlid wjtlidrtw bis fvnta. 'rftt-bef- l b.-tli-i Henna (Tu wif and brvurbt blui a Cut furttitie. with a tiart ot wblrb be trtmctbtued tbe dtftaseai Vf W fatle atid vtberwla bttttrod feia tviidiiisu. Orrt'litii 1 ixtu'li xtKiouUbtd t0 1 i..- -i v t 1 , 1 M " In tha Marshes. " "What makes you stand on on foot wages ,anu na tower jxung men aiid &Jpj shoulders In that way?" groulnj up to taVe the pUo of the men of today. Evening asta t&e anlpje, -Welt," MeCMX tbe crane, -- there's no ftlnnllfltT U.11 a. .... yean. C iM :'..!r.t .tovottv m cbance or my learning to sing, so I'm Sick headache Is causod by a disor- k liMVRt7 SMitr M, pniw. "V.TITla ""'' l practiriBe to see If I can't become a dered stomach. Take Chamborlain'a r awey tHy as4 " l.ifJ Sutji Ih" CuiV mir MriSt4lrt. Mon cUut-MaCaclassic dancer." Wathlnjrton Star. aa fXhar iff tree Tablets and corroot that and lhe a naaiia headaches will disappear, rVr sifo More obfcnh ! """''TT Matrimony! by all dealers . ItltiWrwtNNtpNilV, !nuMr. ht There Is a man whose wife makes flt ifwUvB7 f41fWf.S''iiif. aim set up so ciftrn to hunt burglars QmIiIm For Sick Horses. tbat be aays be l going to let her get e(aplJ IxMc). incloinig a rrr ,P'" Ilrorce and marry a nijbt watchman. The lUevlll aaya: Cfarion aV -- Wasbiiittuu Star. Ia Aj j- - Vbl Wm amiilsai cUke' There Is much oomiiUdH throughout thf county In 'regard to" ome pecu MISMW.IMSU , iwiunmes, tlon to "make cood " .w .. ..II.S.1 hmv -f- f..-. ii niue r: f l-- vrK and pxvl !.. H"mT .. wr WiW 4Hfiro jsr lst. '' ii I attWlv. " ,3 ?tjwifftajjvian't r- - SPIRIT OF THE AIR. 4 i . COURIER - JOURN . For. 1913. You can not keep posted on current ' events unless you read the AN AERONAUT By FRED L. YOUNG It Permeates the Entire Flying Dlrd. Being of the COU IER-JOURNA- L Louisvillk, Ky. HENRY WATERSON, Editor WEEKLY COURIER-JOURNA- L ! - AND - HARTFORD REPUBLICAN Both One Year for W $1.50. Begular price of Weekly Courier-Journ- al $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 Courfer-Journa- l. I I a When the steiiiniT Orlnoko, on her vrny from Tfnplu to New York, stojc ped nt Glliraltnr u man enmo nlxinrd wllli n number of boxen, which were "Mnclilnury." He wns n1 mnrked plensnnt spoken, sort of pcruon, who mndo neiuinlnt-micrapidly with the other passenger. He bet freely on the dally run of the ship nnd If lie won opened wine to celebrate his good luck and if ho lost opened wlno to celebrate tho winner' luck. In either case he opened wine. Billy Mlcklcton, tho gentleman referred to, soou became known as the best fellow on the ship. "What's In all those boxes,Mlckle-ton- , you brought aboard with you?" asked n passenger. "When wo approach tho Atlantic coast you'll nil know. I'm going to make an experiment that will attract world." the attention of-t"Why not tell us now?" "I'm under contract with n New York newspaper to keep the secret till the lnst.momcnt. The paper Is to have the exclusive rights of publication." Nothing so nbsorhs people ns curios lty, and the Orluoko had not long passed Madeira before everybody was talking about Mlcklcton nnd the experiment he was going to make. Some believed It to be n trial trip of a new kind of boat, whose parts were packed In the boxes. Other guessed that he had invented n light submarine to be managed by one person. He would put it in the water when tho ship was off Sandy Hruk and, moving under water, beat her to her dock. A third crowd guessed that Mlcklcton Intended to be shot out of n mortar from the ship's deck and come down with a patent parachute. When the ship was 500 miles from port MIckleton secured the permission of the captain to remove the contents of the boxen to the upper deck. When they had been unpacked nnd carried to the deck MIckleton set to work and put together an aeroplane. The pas. scngers gathered about him to watch, some who knew something about aeroplanes curious to sec the machinery put in. But Stlckletoti waited till tbey all turned In for the night to do this work, und when they came on deck in the morning they found tho aeroplane concealed under a canvas e ho cover. r OCTOBER - NOVEMBER Bargain Offer During the Months of Octoberand November You Can Get The Louisville Times BY MAII i The captain kindly ordered the ship's carpenter to make n passage for the machine by taking down the stern rails and otherwise render n start possible. When all these things were done and . the passengers had nothing to do but wait they crowded around the aeronaut and piled him with questions. "1r it a new power you're going to test?" "Are you going In ahead of the ship- or going to mako n transatlantic flight?" "In It to break a record for speed or for height or for MIckleton said that It grieved him not to be able to satisfy them, but that be was dependent on tJio newspaper with which ho bad made his contract for funds to carry out his experiment nnd. if he let out nnythliiK he would forfeit n small fortune. When a man became too persistent Billy opened n bottle of wine. Fire Island wns sighted at 0 o'clock In the morning. At 10 MIckleton wns ready for his flight. The last article he put on his machine was n small box. He opened it and showed provisions. From the size of the box It might contain food and drink to last a wuek. It was evident from this that the flight u long nnd it was the wns to X opinion bo most of one, passengers that the of was Intoudtug to make MIckleton straight across tho Atlantic back 0 Gibraltar. If necesnfy he would have, stopping points at the Azores nnd Ma- i J One Tear Six Months - $3.00 1.75 the - And You Can Have HARTFORD REPUBLICAN In addition for one year, if jou will add 50 cents to the price named above for T1IK TIMES. THE LOUISVILLE TIMES is the best afternoon daily paper published in the South or West. Democratic in politics; fearless in all things. prints ALL the news ALL the time. , It This special bargain ofler is good only for subscriptions sent tof HIS PAPER jnot to the Louisville Times) during October and November only. h It h L AjJEWfa-MgH- ;,' ' 4w , Send Subscription Order At Once, To Us O No subscriptions accepted for any term except six mouths or one year, paper. If any one had any doubts as to tho truthfulness of the- aeronaut's excuses for not telling his intention thN removed them. Leaving the wireless olllcp. he leturned to hid. aeroplane, went under the canvas, madu a liual Inspection of tho parts, then, removing Sailors on n tho, cover, got aboard. run pushed him along tho deck; ho caught tho air. hardly striking the water surface, then rose gradually. The ship was steaming westwnrd ujong the Long Island coast. The aeroplane, rising, turned toward tho hind, passed over tho eastern end of the Island nnd gradually passed out of sight. Tho Orlnoko reached Sandy Hook about noon. hut. being delayed at quarantine, was not docked till tho Kvery passenger was iiom uiuriilng. tm dtvlc und eager to read the account of tlio utroplane (light, the start of Not u single whlv'li K hail wltnesved. detvsp.ipor mentioned It. Mr. MIckleton passed out of the Orle minds of tho passeut'crs out of their shht noko as he had over .ymitnnk Point and was forgotten.. But the time came when thev read the newspaper account, which was a very different otic from what M 'bent. It reported (liny had been lnv the slickest :n;urg'ir working between Kiiropo mi Muerlca. who had ' !.; 'ViuIeil.ctil .. 'itfleors. Iiml liwn jl.t red hum". , Vint nig Ills mnw- th- (teti-- t navo nil in'- of-th, Jiibl before starting MIckleton went to tho wireless olllee and nent n message in cipher to a New York news- dura. i tt Id ' Ml a 0' .if K't'': .1"! million f :ct from if 1tll ir4 duty tli- ! rti took pity on us," rejoined Fawning. "I go with you for company. I nm very alone In the world. I do not make friends easily." "What Is your regular business?" "I am a surgeon." REMBRANDT AN EASY MARK. Both bride and groom looked surprised. A surgeon was not a man to The Great Painter Was a Victim of net as guide for a couple of Americans. Reckless Speculation. Besides, the man did not have a proGerman art students who have been fessional cut. On the contrary, lie was Investigating the renson why Item-br- a a very ordinary looking person. ml t died hopelessly bankrupt have "What is your nnine?" asked Fawndiscovered that be was an Incorrigible ing. speculator. It had hitherto been pop"Call me monsieur. It would not do ularly supposed that he was compelled for mo to give you my name." to remain poor because of his extrava"I see. You, n surgeon, would not gant love of jewels. like to have it known that you have Unfortunate speculations turn out been a guide. You need not fear for to have been the cause en his financial us; we do not know u single person in ruin. Documents have been disinter- Paris. But 1 can tiudcrstand your red shdwlug tbat.be officially. Informed Jnncy for tnklug up with 11 couple of the municipality of Amsterdam that stranger for n few hours, especially he h'adsuffered heavy losses' In busi- since you say you nre la need of comness transactions ns Well as through panionship. There Is nothing so do-- , damages and losses on the high seas. pressing ns loneliness." , when all It was at a time. "Besides, uiy professional work Is Europe wns engaged In feverish mon- not inspiring." ey making in connection with Hol"By .no. means- - The severing of huland's meteoric commercial prosperity man limbs, to me. would be horrible." Speculation took place on a reckless They drew up to h building where scale. Immense fortunes were sunk the tango wns being danced. Monsieur In shipping, banking and colonial entold them to go up to n gallery and lr terprises. would wait for them In the carriage Bcmbrandt whose highly artistic Fawning asked him to go with them nntmc was sadly devoid of even ele- but he said (bat It would not do foi mentary business sense, fell an easy him to be seen. Fawning could victim to the scheming speculators of where the companionship In. that era of frenzied II nance, and he sueb'ncourso came In. but acquiesced lost his .entire fortune. Many of bis Indeed, there was something about the pictures were seized for debt by the man that gave Mrs. Fawning a dread legal authorities before the canvases of him, and she was pleased that be were half finished. Bankruptcy Anal- bad remained behind. ly overtook hlui and compelled him to Those foreign curiosities that one sell all his properties, his home and bears so much about seldom come up priceless works of art under the ham- to the expectation. Mrs. Fawning was mer nt sacrifice prices. Philadelphia not especially Interested In the dances, Ledger. nnd they did not remain long. M011 sleur droe them to several oilier Orlpln of Iron Duke. sights, but they were not especially IieUr Duke, of course, was WelThe charmed. About 11 o'clock they stop. lington, but he came by the nickname ped nt a restaurant and invited their In a roundabout wny. He was never guide to 0 In with them and drink :i 0 called until long after Waterloo. An bottle of champagne. r'on stcamsfiip. a novelty at the time. "There will be no need for jou to was built in the Mersey nnd named the pay for the wine." said monsieur. "I Duke of Wellington, and so the vessel esteem myself honored by having been enmo tq be known ns the Iron Duke, admitted to jour company. The fact Is the transition being eav an obvious that I must perforin nil operation In It was the iliiko's union of resolution the nionilii;;, and 1 dislike to be ulnuu nnd physical energy which made tho in tho meantime. I feel under great popular name for tho Mersey built obllga'tlons to you for keeping my mind j steamship to lit him like n perfect cup. o(T my work." Such, nt least, Is tho explanation of his They entered the cafe. iimlllH' guide biographer. Sir Herbert Maxwell. refused to take tho fee offered hlui. I London Chronicle. saying that he only agreed to It thinking that Fawning would not accept Power of Desire. bis services gratis. When the party , It tins been h.iIi) of Abraham Lincoln were sead-table he ordered n at that as .1 boy he read less than u half supper and ehauip.igue. Fawning In dozen Iwnlcs and that they were Mich aisled on paying thu bill when It came, books ns "Pilgrim's Progress." Wopuis' but It did not come. Finally Fawning "Life of Washington" and n popular FtiM: history of the United States wiltton In "Monsieur. I think we had better almost primary language. Yet Lin- pay for our supper and go; madamu la coln wns ublo to express himself more geitlng tired." clearly than almost any public or liter"In live minutes," reluriusl tho other, ary man of his tlmu. Such Is the .ow lookiug at clock. "I must go nt 1U cr of desire. to piepiiro for my operation." "What- - mi operation so early In Ihe nomlng!" Getting a Verdict. "The Inw prescribes the hour." "We could have settled our Mrs. Fawning looked at her husband by tossing a 10I11 Instead we There was something about l pent n lot of money in going to law." uihmsIIv. this xtr.inro n,a" ,nnt repelled her. Bui "Well?" "I understand the jury settled the she held In r ground till midnight, when monsieur, bidding thorn good night, do-ptvhole matter by tossing a coin." I 'd Kansas City Journal. as Wnlti'i. tho bill!" soou us ihclr guide hail gone. What She Lacked. Wlgg "There Is no bill." Riippuv Mrs Pneurleh ha "Why so?" the best of everything Wngg-W- VII "Monsieur do Pils never pays. All pel haps the best of everything except is free to hlni." manners. Philadelphia Record. "Who Is Monsieur do Paris? Ho said surgeon." ho was A Smoke Nuisance, "A surrisin! Ym. he is a surgeon !i Willie Paw, what Is the smoke nut n. spoel.ilty, Ho cuts off the heads of sance? Paw 'flic fellow who is rtladn ls." liorioulny "Come." Mr- - l'lwnlmr shuddered. KmpJliei she said: "let us get nwny nt onco" 1(140-00notun-deratajid 11 11 dim-cullie- s wild-Fawni11 ii.iiti-tn.-i, The bird Is little more than a drift of the air brought Into form by plumes. The ah- - Is In all Its quills. It breathes through Its whole frame and (lc-d-i and glows with air In Its Hying, like brown It n- -r flumes iiiiii the air. subdues It lO'iiiit'i'M It Is the nlr, it. surp:i-coiisrhii iiiuquerlng Itself, ruling It'i In the throat of volte of the air. the bliii d Itself Is weak, All film wild, iteel Hess, is knit to gether I' As we t'ti wild form of fli perfect form the rlni'ii of the M ' lie wild voice ' mid com of the li rippling manded ' through il' imi In Its gladII Intense passion ness. Intei'i'ii' through the suit tpiitis nlulits. bursting into acclaim ti nil nittre of choir u( daybreak or INpliiu and twittering nmong the boughs nnd hedges, through tho heat of day. like little winds that only make the cowslip bells shake und rullle the petals of the wild rose. Also upon the plumes of the bird arc put the lors- of the air: on these the gold of the croud that cannot be gathered by any covelousness; the rubles of the cloud, that tire not the pride of Athena, but are Athena: the vermilion of the cloud b.ir, and the flame of the cloud crest, and the snow of Jbe cloud and It's shadow, and the melted blue of the deep wells of the sky nil these, by the creating spirit and woven by Athena herself Into films and tlircmK of plume, with wave upon ware following nnd fading along breast and throat and opened wings. Infinite as-- the dividing of the foam and the sifting of the sea sand, even tho white down of the cloud seeming to flutter up between the stronger plumes een. but too soft for touch. And so the spirit of the air Is put Into and upon this created form, nnd It becomes through twenty centuries the symliol of divine help, descending as the Arc to speak, but as the dove to bles. From John Itusklu's 'The Queen of the Air." ii--' - Their Strange Guide By DONALD CHAMBERLIN Security Life Insurance i f o. I 5 A i Everybody la PnrJs dines in a enfe. Not the oldest' no That's what gives that city Its especial the biggest but th flavor. After dinner this same "every-body- " STRONGEST in out devotes himself to pleasure. plus security to policj Fawning, nil American, nnd Mi holders. bride were In this city of Joyful adventures nnd were dining nt 11 cafe on Highest ratio of as Hue Itlvoli. They had both heard of sets to liabiliticsamonj the view of life to be had In Paris all the established life nnd had coino (hero to witness It. havinsu ranee companies it ing agreed thnt they would do so together, tho husband not going America. Everytbinj that he could not talus his wife. absolutely guaranteed But they did not know whero to go. No estimates. Whnt Is the use of being in a city where strange sights nre to be seen without knowing where they are, what they nre or how to get to them? Then, should carry a guarandinner finished, (hey were ready to go teed policy in t h i t forth to take n peep at this gay city, strong company. but they stll! snt over .their wine, for they had no guide. A man snt at a tnble near by, nnd Fawning, who spoke I: W.R IlIiDRICK. - Hart, French fairly, said to him: "Monsieur, my wife nnd I nre AmeriA. S.TANNER, - Owcnsr cans who have come to Pnrls to sec keeping within what Is to the bounds of what n lady may wit ness. Can you tell ns of some of the ' places of interest nnd how to get to alisu.. them." HAVE YOUR SUITS "Would monsieur like a guide?" "Most assuredly." "Then I nm nt your service." A bargain was struck wherein Fawning should pay BO francs, or $10, nnd the stranger should show them where to go. A taxlcab was ordered, and the and D three entered, tho stranger directing ing the conchmnu where to drive. giv Ladies "Are you n professional guide?" asked Fawning ns they rolled along. Ud-wanny-whe- rc i 1 . YOU i. o. he-se- en, x J -- ia Cleaned -- I Prex "No, mo'nslcur." "I suppose you Repairing neatly done. work special attentipn. Hats Cleaned a delivered. month. n J Repaired. Work called for a J Club rate $1.00 p r Gl' i, Hartford Pressing Y. M. C. A. BLDO., HARTFORD, KY ANt KILLthiCOIK CURE thc Llir WITH I i 1 X Dr.Kug 131 B New DiscQYc mcumJ& MMLTHMATANttUMMTIMt QUABAMTUOSATZaVAC VN - 4WVli'IM .. KmmimM0m tt'TZ! i W thmLmmWOilth t SMV9M Evmm if Nothing Is more Important tbe bom than, clear, eteuc. llgat. insure wi oy coitu the oil that burns clear ur clean without fc XUclttc Uovvn the last drop. . i'cimsylvan crude oil rellned to pcrlcctlo Costs no more than the tani wagon kind naves iMONUK caves WOUK saves eyes. Your dealer has SOUTH 01 In barrels direct Irom ol works, Chas. C Stoll 02H Co &. Hennery at Warren, ,W Mil the celebrated Carl)"' Auto OH. LealavUIe, VyJ "Nt NEW NOT THE SEWIN'2 MACHIIIK OF QUAUT .V) j UNDER ANY SOLD OTHER NAME. HOM If Ul 111 i-Tr- WARRANTED FOR ALL TIM IfyouiurchasollieNKV.llOMIJyo' lmvoa llfonkkUnt tlxt Pflio you pay, an not t'Hvnan rnillwchalitol rcpulr'. .g?5 vr''02 F in?Wi "O ! '-K tualit 0iU t IL J?J onr luti t cutulogno wnntasewlinfiiuwililnci'wi-- i before yon iun--l The Hew Horaa Sewing Macfcina Co., Krae If you X itarf i.WJuj.. K - usauj . .mm Win b iu.-- v . s. ,JM&- , A..jh. -- r Hartford Republican. 'ffgg Lvr tielr Jolt jet- - w v J a1' vffc "w 1TIin2'0RD tie - rft4, Ej- - r.cr( m to U t t PtV.S".r t :vr I ' The Cost of Living and tbe Tariff England the d Etb ia Free-Tra- C W.1ARNETT. Adre all TiJt lUrtfcrd Editor & Proprietor ect " tit Hvin I lacreateri In what - Rebtkas. on eosoKikatlots to Stig r -- lie UfUish beard of Trade Jw iiat between IMS ari 1512 the? was of about a gtneral aTeraze iecta. It i"r cent in the exx of food. A report Just UsnI by UnCle m NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS - ai nanr portions of fhat b eoa! alone the -- flood area." a Ion; the Ohio and taerease has ranged from I At Washington, Colon and iIU3UANlt- - Rivers. eet tti mb v3io& to IS per cni that, durlnz for It wtll te of ctotfa Manila. la oihera. The Dajton, the flooils wbteh deraatatt-tailoring aad dresBtaXlsg oarposfrs eeat and Co'uir.ts aad Hansllton tat March, has increased orer 12 jfce tost of asaterial for wwiwar 11 orW b ' fis,w:U,n f,th,e COTntf r Washiaa. Oct. Tbe -3 clothing tkaJly cat coinuniraUon r cat. Ready-ma- d to be btftd with wirelew aad lhf wtiI(!. orld ;or MV,rai has es us over 5 Per eeat while tow-ha- s the adTanc la ts cost of f oc.wir ; ni a prefanag io uo n pan ia ,1a,,. xhe erection of wire!- FHIDAT. OTTOSE! IT. ' good section wod reniedy raa?ed between 5 and 13 Vz coTeria? tLe Wani Hemisphere era in th as woaW eaao!s the reraalnd- -r ca- - tht eat. of h?e towers with a nurabas i I, aching nJX l Of tonw. th-- re Pr?TI't oaJMunicatlaj asrc ther10fJ1f C?,lryinsteadftrof waiting k heaty inscrprltar ia all this. of Ocean, aad thra ine ope knoxlrlJ. a Ulae crease la the prcirtloa of gold, the Atlantic from one s:rfe f jjca twhat kiad of help Is aeedei. taomujiM wast of capital in warfare, of ivay stJona, teitrararint ostliys for oaral anna- - the Pacific to the other. He wjll leti Therefore. It will b aeea that the nenu, the BapreceJented lie of na - :th y,. . lhf, WOriil taie care of ih Probteta of beltia? the word with in us W.reU U oae la which the human- as ttoad. state aad maaicil exja- f of dUc;-- . itartaa lastiacu ar well b:endJ the naconadoaabre deniand ; At the last latenaaooal Wirel in of the these by IndiTldoals--all Qas for loxtiri , --- . --" worW wide la thetr thlaai have beea r Notice-St- ock of . ivins. Any Law Election world, it waa agreed that it tone, therefore, who anticipates aa . Common wealth of Kentacky, Ohio ir, fh r.f'oaM be welt for fatnre generationj no arrangement were made now. wj County Coon. term. to iliTirVia thlscoantry as a 'resolt adoption of the new Tariff bill that a wireless message filed ia aay.ber S. MB, Haa. R. R. Wedding, the important city ia the world or oa J. O. C. C. presiding. REPUBLICAN TICKET is destined to be greatly disapjwlnt-'e- d. board aay transoceaalc vesI cooM.Cart M. Taylor, et aL. English experience shows, the As insist vs. Jodgaxest. order, destination, aoi trend woald be distinctly npard evea be transmitted to its Per Representative --N. B. V.tite. . under a regime of Fr&eVTrade.- - Eoa- - matter how distant, comparatively Stock Law Election. PreatiM Pre- Fct Ccraaty Jcd;e- - M. l Hearrfn. cinct. Xo. InsuitaneooIy. will Fcr Cocnty Court Clerk CUode ton Commercial janiieua. Accordingly, It was planned that J P. S. Browa. ec al Elaakeaship. vs. Judgment, order. Ac. Great Britian should erect a gigantic i Church Advertising. will For Cosazy Attorney C. S. Smith. Rock-Soe- z of ' wireless tower along the taa. c the Stock Law Electloo. North Printers' ink for the chnrchts J Keown. For Sheriff 5. Or port Preciact, No. S. CanaZ aad another at Calcutta, final LoaUvUle? For Jailer W. P. JlWklff. to the I la pursuance with the judgments that Japan should Is a rjaestlon the local clergy India i That School Snpt. Henry Leach. For mast at and orders eatered of record in each 'now have under consideration, and at building of a Fcr Aseor D. E. Ward. visit a Special meeting of the louisville oitohama and that aaotbe siiwu - m the above styled actions, notice For Surveyor C. S. lioxley. some, be erected somewhere- - la the Medit - 'Is hereby given that a uoll will be iuinitfcr ArtHatfon to be held Fcr Coroner Dr. A. B. Riley. stay itinvs this week, the pastors will dis- - erraaean, preferably oa the high !aad!opeaed la the Prentiss Voting Pre-- t I cuss the practicability and the pro- -' near Messina. Italy. The station Tow 1 Shown. Ed Jaatisterlal Kst. No. to us in Paris woald form another ofiing Precinct on Tuesday, November jpriety of church advertising. KagJterlAl Kit. No. 2 Sam Leach. pJsts and thelt&e n, A. D., 1913, to take the printers' ink Is good for other the series of y agtsterial Dfst. No. 3 L. A. McDaniel I If InsUtntioas and it has been proven unuea states woaia oe leit to coos-Js- o sense of the legaTy qualified voters i Ceo. Rowe. Magisterial Irfst- - No. theft why is It not good for the plete the girdle of wireless points on the questloa "Whether or not I Jag. DIst. No. 3 Wlnson Smith, I from which hundreds of aessages they are ia favor of making It un,as well? ftlagistenal Lrist. No. 6 W. S. Dean, churches If the theater uses advertising as couia be sent ana SacSre-l- i cotecterj lawful to permit cattle aad any spe- acagisterial DisU No. ". B. F. Rice. an aid in drawing a crowd, why every day thus completely girdling des thereof to run at large on the j ilagisteriaJ DIst. No. i public highways or uninclosed lands shouldn't the churches employ the the world with a belt of wireless. t Plans are now under way ia the within the precincts above named," game medium? al Fcr Consble Fords ilUr Magister-Jrj Department for he ereotloa of as prayed for In each of the petl-- i Certain conservative pastors will District Dean Kirk. possibly cling to the theory that If a number of other i!arge stations. tlons herein filed. Given under my hand as Clerk j Ti Is violation of ecleslastical ethics comparable to the hnge masts atAr-t- o TICKET. advertise, yet arrayed in opposi- -' Ungton, Va., overlooking the aatfon-tio- n of the Court aforesaid, this the 6th' Cir to this idea is a Urge followia al capital, and their twfa spires at day of October, A. D., 1913. Tor Jiayor C. 0. Hunter. 1312. W. S. T1NSLEV, Judge Otto C. Martin. progressive preachers thraou', the, Colon, Panama aad Mare la'and". San of For Police Clerk Ohio County Court. S. A. Bratcher, country uho make liberal ue of new Francisco. It is probable that at least; - For .CtntnciVnCT DavieSS CetUty Huatlon, and when The Hustler has Why this Fight John W. Taylor, T, H. Black, M. W. paper space and find it procxicable. 'one Island station will be bsifc. by J neara tno:r voice then we can af"Tie La.ies Aid." S. T. Baraett, W. What barm can there be In adver- 'the war Department, prooaciy at Barnard. There seems to be some war In ford to accept tho , Louis or Chicago aad thai ?' verdict aa final. tlslng an).h-nthat is good? (Applicable to Hartford.) Owensboro over the proposed new toSet actional, answers the prudish wil be placd at MaaUa. speaker at one of the great bacco organization and we say Ow- but until then we prefer to These, ia cosMiartSoa with the that there are two aides to the quesjiarson. .i , ensboro advisedly. In that city there n President Huerta is a sure enough n tor Not necessarily seasauonaJ. tfeIng effect Jn seems Jo have sprung up a violent tion In Daviess county. TWM whicb is The new organization .Dictator. is solng, It wii' say whatever it ismade to say Department aad the o of wa. work opposition to the now consolidation through and w31 be the strongest is a pliant thing and ! way at Howtata. will effective 3 cJs fae ..b b down movement, having for its purpose McCreary's printers' ink We are afraid Governor nmknlrfiHnn nf tVin ,..uaii nf tht it will nayhatever it Is made to say., take care of all dasoes of aaewages. the organization of oil the growers road work proclamation is not meet- say, whether the dictation be seasa-joeuiiueu m iae tcaeo Z, .Enu,h 1P of tobacco ever formed. the English type of tobacco. Why ing with the support It deserves. lional or ofberwise. So far as The or relayed lato otsr territory by odir We've pot a fine addition on the good this is true The Hustler cannot sur- and we would suggest the. wisdom of y. the growers of Daviess county JoinHerald can see, there Is not thejer aatioas for commuaicatioa Be sore to hew Ed. Morrow old church at home, mise, unless the" newspapers Have Impropriety In a pastor's where. He will explain the falacies It's Just the latest kilter, with a stirred up the fuss by Uielr opposi- ing the new and strong organization. The range of the giant .w!rel-- s The organization j can get along advertising his church services. 43i tbe present Democratic tariff law. gallery and dome. tion, and we cannot see any good without Daviess county, but can coming events is es- -' towers already In working order Is It tAU a thousand people finest grounds A bulletin of opposition, unices for such Underwood and Hobson are at each peclally an aid to churchgolng Strang , tremendous. The station at Arlington Daviess county growers got along church In all the town. it be their dislike of certain persons others throats over the Alabama Tho the organization? who happen to be In Louisville i has many times caught the "time And when 'twas dedicated, why, we prominently Interested in the new or- wltohut ers It may be Hobnon's time for a few das. Moreover, if the, flashes' at midnight from the Eiffel growers know this and will govern planked ten thousand down; ganization. This seems, if true, to tine to ink. churches maintained a systematic plal Tower in Paris, aad the sending of That is, we paid five thousand every be a bit premature, for the reason themsolvca accordingly. Madljonvillo across the continent from ; messages Hustler. Members of the Republican fusion, of advertising, the regular resident deacon did his best that there have been no officials electI would be stimulated to ; Washington to Panama is so common And the Ladies Aid Society, it ed as yet, and the gentlemen who are ticket Jn Ohio county Keern to be church-goer- s It Looks Like A Crime. rcaklng a winning fight, while the greater energy in waking up Sunday as to be considered unworthy of promised all the rest. giving of their time and means to of inent or report, To separate a boy from a box: is making blunder after . mornings in time for church. perfect the organization are doing so The latest achievement of the We've got an organ In The value of advertising-Judici- ous blunder. '' the church-v- ery without reward or hope of roward, Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Ills pimples, ' advertising bolls, scratches, knocks, sprains and has long ago been demon Arlington towers was to receive a finest in the land. so far as we can learn. The members Marse Henry Watterson is going to bruises demand it, and Its quick rePhvalrians flash from the Sarnoan Islands. In It's got a thousand pipes or more, its new organization who are slgr I of the from Paris edit the Courier-Journbut this was adinltt-tb- U cuts Is h'fl t,.r r,reBcribe lhe rert cure f0r mer-jtb- e melody Is grand. lug the pooling pledges will be tho lief for burns, scalds or Inter. Mayefrorn that ultancechamg right. Keep it handy for boys, ulso fact led to be an accident, and probably And when we sit In cushioned pews ones to say who shall be do not the offici girls. Heals everything hcalable and .he can support the ad mini titration i th BUCCtggfu, merchant looks uiion'wHI not happen asaln for a long and hear the master play, als, it win oe only oy a majority does Wilson, without holding ;h,g ! Brian and It quick. Unequaled for piles. vnnMnK as a nocenltr fully as time. It carries us to re.H'ms of bliss un- vote that any person la , evuti.nl to m bis noe. With the placing of towers at Only 25 coats at all druggists , Important as the lease on the build-- j numbered miles away. any position. Washington, so as to cowr the tost can j Ins he occupies. It cost a cool three thousand, and Peter Cooper onceiaMr "We The Hustler ia reproducing nn edi Instructions to Bidders. No theatrical manager vould at- - coast and re:elve meyxages from the It's xtood the hardest test; buy nothing chcaji of foreign coun- torial from the Owensboro .Messun- bought at ih's ex- - tempt to operate without advertising, other side of the Atlantic, and the We'.l . pay a thousand on It thejger of Sunday, which seeniB to be u tries that inut Ia 1. Scaled bids will bo received at crowing the ocean; one at on I our Aid the rest. bit misleading and unfair to the new tho ofrico of the County Clerk, of 4n of our workersown materials And m lines down the lino thru the -tcainwo " i or activity, commercial,.' """ i unemployed, various ' I organization. unused and until 1 As we see It (his Is Ohio County, Kentucky, es which come too lar south to ix; They'll give a hundred Industrial and otherwise. sociables, can - ! Blmply a business proposition, und o'clock noon. November 1. lOlS. rJ'C This is Btlll true. Then, if advertising Is fundamentally handled by the Arlington station, and tatas. too, and teas; ne that Is not only bo but the only tho construction or ubutmcuts t'l'l How can I earn wages in the I'nlt- - good, why not let the churches apply silently to guard the entrance to the They'll bake a thousand cakes, and sane and common sunuo way ot meet- brldgo across Rough rlvor at Combs od States on Fno Trade, materials jl7f.0UsvHle Herald. Panama Cana,'; In the renter of the tons of cream they'O freeze. ing coudltlouB in so far ns tobacco ferry. Plans and specifications for by foreign country to relay mewases from both They'll beg that are made and scrape and toll and growing In tills section of tho Stute which limy be seou ut the above ofNot Obeying Orders. coasts; at San Francisco, Hawaii labor and sent to thin country for sweat for seven jcars or more. Is concerned. That tho suuiH organi- fice. ale U wtnpete r.lth the goodtt I One evening. Just at dusk, a mail and Manila, tho Government considers And then they'll start all over again, zations have failed to boIvo tliu prob2. Sti bids iinrnt bo on tho regular hand-(thinakj at home? Think of this and ,ruvti thru the village with a it will lime done Its full duty for a carrot on the filoor. lem Is true, though thuy have been form furnished 1y tho County, sealed Iho'ijc car, equipped with all the mod - j In helpiug to make it poslb to vote to suit. No; it Isn't Just like digging out the helpful ami what they could not ac- and plainly murkod. dsvlu-s- . Hardly hud he proceeded file a niesbago at any point in tho money from your vest, U. The County rcs?rvea tho right-t"lxxk out blow," Is the appropri- 'rii complish bcrausu of limit- - mu llpllvl- constable loomed world and have i reach its destina- Whon he before Jidlea Aid gets busy and ty could be nccouiplUbvd b the or ate title of a rartoon In the Globe a wpiare the vIhu. a rojoot any or all bl.ls. large In tion In the flhortes lKwsIble time. "Well pay the rest." Democrat. In the air fchlp Ih a proI. Touilero will be, received ou tho .ganlzaUon of all tho growers Into young feller," exclalmod Hut the commercial end of the "See truding laud holding u Free Trade ' one big orguiilzatlou such us tho following Hums: the official, "you will liave to Jump proposition hi not the one which Of courwe, we'ro proud of our big proposed consolidated movement Is lenlfo cutting a roixj In which arc Tho tMiitttructlon of a steel brldgo with the greatest force to the " "ht "" 'fJf, tbolHl: Free flour, free cat- - '". church, from pulpit up to spire; ,ikstlniil to be uud .become, it may coiiHlHthig of one 130 foot span and two bundle right. oW pal. cheerily unaw- - I'nited Stales Government. The wlre-'ds- a It is the darling of our eyes, the hU umt the Influence or Tho MvHhi.ii- - ilO foot uproaiiiis across Rough river tic, free lugnr. in-.- , wool, free wheat towers are erected iirlnmrily for the iiwlorlst. "Just as you say crown of our desire. 'KQr and tho orilcliJH of tho oUior or- - ut Combs' Kerry, with" necobsiiry and free farm pmluta. of all klmta. i"""' uso in 'time of war and tho tre- farmer lookt up In altout it." llut when I aeo the slstem work to ' w Tho Atnr.rl'an abutments or tublor licrs iu conizations inuv rctaiM tho unuiil- advuutage which raise the cash that lacks, ?ll! ilwdiu ,Vii. nlfkU.' lifiiiiltfu rttifl Wllh this l-he touched a button, and : iiiendousnation to have rix It will be mous iidoptlon of thin ussuclullon In thu committee limy deteriuluo. lBltnoa to hlgh;Kwer 1 Bomehow feel that the church Is Daviess comity this year, but from ..t Iron, ud,r the Is ninnlm; to TJIOS. II. IllSNTON. forth, For a moment the countable od '.vglble inentasta 2,0oo miles can away- li- - cmiiiot g built on women's tired backs. talaiuity. Hut I.KSLfE COMBS. what we cuu guthcr, thu real growwaH utunned. It was his Unit uxperl-une- o easily be approclated. By means of the And at timed 1 can't help thinking ers of tho tobacco over thuro tiro labor lias got to stand anotlur PerJ, O. JACKSON. llglits in an auto- Arlington station tho Atlantic fleet with electric doproHiilou. iod ot when we reach the regions blefet, largely In favor of It, ami if our Ilia. Coiiiifilftee. mobile, lint ho recovered. Is never out of communication iviUh That men wU'l get tho toil and sweat, 'information Is correct thuio 1110 now fc "Say, young follcr," ho exclaimed, Washington, unlc-Owensboro lunvHjmpi'nJ liavo bwin tho ships lake and the Ladies Aid the rest. Pay Your Taxes. a arK0 miiuber of slgucra to tho Haying that the now tobacco oraiil-yjtio- n moving nearer the Kir, "don't try to; an extended cruise ubrcad, The Co Observer. I pooling papers of tho Coimolldutcd TllVi'B for lin vwir 1!II3 nio HOW " amounted to little in Daviess gt gay with me! When I toll you to nn atatlon enables Washington toi When you have a bad cold you want jTobtiewi Growers' AbhovIiUIoii, mid duo iiml wo aro ready to rerelyoA;'1 Am- county, while publishing ro!utions Hop out and light 'em!" talk to tho warships In Central ..o.n ulif, ,h .,.,! -- --, r.u. Ihn l.i Kt tnp'dlpliift nlitninnbln Ml- U HUB W 111 1)0 BCCIlAVIICIl tllOdi) WHO . same.- Owinu to n now law nosbCilI .... , ,.u .of tho City Hoard or Tradw tunl oth- 7 Astray Notice. agulimt k. S4o Clly orgaii!ttlon merges being transmitted thru to euro It with as Httlo delay os pos - nave mom cuuui iioits. iu win uo umiing Iho lust Lcglnluturo. rolativo tho er . to pripiirIiiK tlo rocolpts, all taxes "w ilii!on:iuo they were not prepared for tho ur-- ; Taken up as an ontray. one hog tho great moats at the Western en- - slli'e. Hero is t rviu.rh i' Of course tho officluls of thrso vur- - ,,.,, imv.. in ww 1'U. uv n, ntrtm. Ko. unia ,. tV - .,v w MM(W wu.,.. when 0110 day last week the about a year old. Owner can have'tmnce to tho Canal and tho San "I have eold Chamberlain's irle - Umcdy for fifteen years," says Enos lous organizations mentioned by thojpiunso" cull and puy your taxes at - iU iie by ldcntlf)Ing and paying ' KranelM-oHonolulu and Manl'a fctacourt hoiiB was ;iwkod to overflow-oih iiuw uit- - your earliest OQivvoulcnco. , tlons will guarantee t!w Immediate Lollar or Saratoga, Ind., and con- - .iiessonj,vr nuvo lug by the new oruan Nation inombers ' for upktop and this nolice. -- n. - Bluer it tte oeti oa ine manseiI transmission T. 11. IILACIC. vr , w. G. IJOSWKLL. "" " of all orders to Aincricfor a mooting. Th notlcM had been m of Hie ruuk mid fllo who govuru Uio' Sheriff Ohio County. Hartford, Ky. It. 'an shlpe, no matter Jn what portion sale by a1! dealers. ivou without the aid ot tho trust ut'J. V1 bus ?. lft u suite rest aad c la tie; ease of food aad tA ff. Another grat aad irraetlcally unund ration recognized vahie of the WITH WIRELESS which will e built ami maintained by the War Department, will Ii? in In the rb- - eae of conttnunkatlon in: of floods or other Interior die- m A 1 TTT -t TTTt1 J O&Ul TTlll A1Q 111 nOTn. aJers. Tta primary fwirc-- e 01 wit of a Arge wlreln utaton rrt'io at . Lotiis or Chitago would be the of the Powers. rrUjiag of Msags from eKher s.4e of the ;or.Uiwf. Pat It Is also k-- WORLD or the be. raffle ther nay baofwn to i MILLINERY it Our Millinery Department has been operating at its full capacity ever since the opening of this season. That we have the correct things in Ladies, Misses and Child-ren- s hats is evidenced by the volume of business we have done. United States Would Place Station, L. jr V'i'- in. I od rieered pr rafc i-- 1- 11 Weekly shipments of the new -- nffer ' o , , ; "' ww f -"- " f v.v j,,, a. they are sanctioned by the leading things New York and Paris style originators keep our showings right up to the minute style and enable to serve you well as you could be served any great style centers. '.ki1 Ifir rt of" Rtfr 0.--.- 0- ic sky-ecrapl- t. inclination to ask you come here and buy your hats but w$ do on you seeing our magnificent display, believeing that our hats appeal to your good taste and a sale result. be the We have . ,r ; by you will be appreciated and every effort will be made to make your with a pleasure you. A re-a- E. P. Barnes & Bro. ' ! BEAVER DAM, KY. il g j .w, rnr,inn. asae er a v. Sat-crda- else-slighte- st on al ..i y. , mid-Pacifi- c, i "" ; at i li'-re- , a, I np-pf- I 'H ton-C-o- te ;" llit ti, j ..,... B..v. -w- I u' ....... v,... , "f 1 nWwBHPMW" i. A isaJsMtJiaMiit . 1 ill ii t''ll0UtUHSIIVIK9tKKfi0tmi9(lkiMttkimi iJj'-aJ- . A '- ,mwb .' ... , i Mui-r- Xi ... - .jaittiAi -- .. a. wtMiat&lsu!ijL&js$ gjfeailSP L! l J A GREAT SHOWING m. x I I x A cirrus appeared In Tlckvlllo last Messrs. TIco Dniior and James T. week. Tho show was well supplied Davis, of Hiinnydale; Attorney Otto with music, having a snare drum and (.. Mai tin. Hooker VVIIIlaniB. and J. two phonographs. E. D.ivIiIboii, were ,.itaant call- ,cn a this office Monday. In a pistol fight botween two men When you come to tho Republican peaking here Saturday bring (tfjng a dollar to renew or subscrlbo for The Repullcan. r Col. R. D, Walker Is imnimglng Dr. pool room, will o 'Manager J. Dean's Casi-hlt- r Is taking tiie assessment of ttiu town of Hartford. Hogwallow News. elt, 1 (h U f UK VA L. v5? fl A VA. SHAPE m . -- v X iSRBECr shape Rev. E. li. English pleached at the llurtford Uuptltit Church hiHt Sun day morning and evening. A call has been mudu by tho church, asking him to preach here another year, but ho has not decided If lie will accept. Sid. at Rye Straw Saturday ovcnlng, Atlas Peck got one of tho glasses In his spectacles cracked by a gjanclng bullet. Next time he wl J leave them at horn. A S 4 m R iXm mLV Wr... fcBTyi7 vtr v0 SK 1 B H i Our splendid Ib Hne of Men's, Ladies' and Misses' Shoes. Our reputation for handling only reliable makes, Shoes that we can stand back of, is known throughout the county. We are not continually experimenting with new lines, but are before you again this season with some good wearers that you have heretofore bought from us. Priesmeyer Shoe in medium e price, Patrician in wear, the widely known Korrect Shape Shoes for men. None better than these brands on the globe. When wanting reliable Shoes, remember these brands and keep in mind that high-grad- It Pays to Trade With a House That Saves You Money. Hartford Republican. FHIDAY, OCTOBER M. H. 17. ft E. lailroad Time Table at Hartford, Ky. N. time card effective Monday Aug. Slat. No. 112 North "Bound due 7:19 a. m. dally .except Sunday. No.-11North Bound due 1:15 pvm. dally except Sunday. No. 115 South Bound due 8:45 a. m. dally except Sunday. No. 113 South Bound due 1:46 p. m. dally except Sunday. H. . MISCHKB, Agt. L. "Mrs. T. .h Orlffln At visiting relatives near Owensboro. Miss Margaret Nail was the guest of friends In Denver- Dam last week. Miss Popple Nail left Saturday for Louisville to be the guest of friends. Mr. S. A, Anderson, of Louisville, was In Hartford a few days recently. - .' .'- - than - mm M d from flacrumenu,, whr HUh of her hU oi.t.rtliiirt. Ho called on ooeouat of b Mr. have a nubrother. Mr. David itendr th. Jlcudrlck waa 82 Old newspapers for sale at The Republican office. Big bundle for a 13tf. nickel. Mrs. C. I'. Keown has returned from Owensboro,. where sho visited her mother, .Mrs. Roby. The local tent of Maccabees' gave another of their famous sup)crs last night to their members. It will pay you to see our new line of Fiour and got prices at R. L. DEVER & CO.. Hartford. Ky. 14t4. Mrs. M. Tl. Rone, Who has been the Mrs. Ike Sanderfur visited rela guest of her niece, Miss Mary Rowe, left Saturday for her home in Fort tives In Beaver Dain last week. Sinltli. Ark Mr. R. A. Davis, route 3. was a When In Hartford call at our new caller at this office Wednesday Grocery and Feed Store. Salo bils of all kind printed at Tho R. L. DEVER & CO., Republican office. Prices are right. Hartford, Ky. 14H. Mr. Gooddell Woolen Is the guest .Mr. J. U. Williams and family reof his slater, Mrs. McAfee, of Knox-vill- e, turned home Saturday from Toronto, Tenn. Canadu, where they have been on an Dr. E. B. IVndloton loft Saturday oxteuded visit. Mr. It. I Plrtle, of Owensboro, who for LoulBvllle whoro ho will attend to ' has been tho guest of relatives lieru legal business. ' days, was a pleasant call- Mr Plrtle and son ItoUart. ofrlco Monday. of Versailles, Ky., visited relative .Mrs Virgil .MUSIC LESSONS In Hartford Saturdav and Sunday. will give musln essons at the homo ot Mrs. John 0. Koown and mother, Mrs. C. P. Keown on Tuesdays and Mrs. Ella Morton are tho guests of Fridays. TerniH $:i.0) per moiitli. t2. .. t Mrs. S. A. Andreson, of ioulsvilio nlini.in.iiinM" .Mr. unu wrs. n. r. i.ru nimuiui Mr. John J. Mellenry, of Louisvmo. ,oft Mo1,ay lor Nashvlllo, Tenn.. was the guest of his mother, Mrs i whero tlmy visited their daughter, Jcnnto Mellenry Jast week Mlas Winnie, wlDo Is lu school ut t. For Sale Saw mill outfit complete, planer, brick and tllo machine. Rea Mrs. C. (!. Crowdor, ofMoIIcnry: sonable terms, ukan hiiuo., nun- - Mih. Charlotte Taylor, of Cromwell, ford, Ky. ..w Mr, anil Mrs. (iuy Stateler were T. -- MTi '" w U lnttKbh loft .,..., ilmun fi'iuil nut of loWIl IlOfOll for Owensboro, where Mrs. English Tuesday io attend tho funeral ser-wihave an operation on her throat 'Vcts of Mrs. Ann llonnett. performed. jjr Unllo Combs of tho FlMial ot liU Got your line grounii limo slonu court, eiitei tallied thlrty-flv- o rock, phosphate rock, fertilizer, farm riiruiils at dinner In tho City R ing lmplomeiitu and Bocds from taurant litfct Saturday, All of Ms SANDEFL'R, D, h. D. gucrtiH were high lu theJr praise of 1U3. Beaver Dam, Ky. Kvi. CoiiiIkh, ami his hospitality. ' Lyceum Collego Hartford Tho Save your" laundry for Frod May, agent for the famous Pearl I.aumiry, Course will open hero on Friday ...... .,nt i ,.in.ii.u rniiiwi tir iind ..t..t. af ftt '.:,. with Air. rfldtiey hail delivered, or leave at UnrnuV Restau- -' ,loU( tu fmiioim clianiB4r artlat. Mr. 3U. Uindon Is ftrllng a roturi) ciiRaccmoi I rant. Main street. . his audi, in 111 Uord. and Iwt 'Mrs. Lyd!a"E. rolunit--- Little Fldlty Flinders has been tho character artist, sent for a visit with his grandma under direction or the Hartford ColIn the Caff Ribs neighborhood, us lege Lyceum bureau, will bo at tho she promised htm a pair of Bhoes to opern house Friday evening Oatober i wear home. 'l"i. This Is ills second time In Hart- foul, which shows his popularity as The Hogwallow postmaBtcr has an entertainer. handled several postcards (lately that Ikccp Jones' Urand Fertilizer In contained writing of no importance stock at all times, any analysis, and whatever, and, as his time is valusell on easy terms. WM1 take no able, he asks his patrons to refrain uoto less than $3.00. from writing unless they have some W. E. ELLIS, thing to write about. Produce Merchant. Hartford, Ky. Miss Fruzlc Allsop has Just reIlt4. ,JHow to W. B. Wright, pastor of tho ceived a booklet entitled Elder Win the Evrelastlng Affection of First Christian Church, will leave With a View to Matshortly with his family for Dawspn Any Man, rimony." She is studying tho book Springs, Ky., whero ho has accepted pastorlal work. Bro. Wright is an thoroughly before trying it out on attlo preacher and he and his family Yam Sims. will be greatly missed in Hartford. Tho trustees met at the Wild OnOn another page In tills Issue of ion school building Friday afternoon The Republican will be found the an- to decide whether or not they would nouncement of the spoaklng by the let the Wild Onion teacher keep on Hon. Ed. Morrow, of Covington, Ky., teaching the schocj. The teacher was iu behalf of the county Republican present at the meeting, and deliverticket. Mr. Morrow lias been here be- ed au address, taking up each of fore, and Is a great' orator, and will the trustees at a time and complihave a large crowd to hear him. menting him very highly for bis ab ! Mr. Sydney Williams, ot Luzerne, ility as a trustee. He declared that Ky., is at home for several. das and never in his life had he met a finer possibly a few weeks, on account of lqt of trustees, nor a set of gentle- - j a severely sprained auUle. Tuesday men with fairer ..minds and broader Mr. Williams was jumping from the views, and was of the opinion that delverywagou of the coal company, their equal could not be found. He ' for whom he works, and sprained his nmntwt mi tvla nfjtvAoa t.tr Mnnminntni. anUe and it has been giving him that he had wrote an article about them and was going to have it nub-llshmu:h pain since. in the TlckvUle Tidings. The Mrs. Ann Bennett, who liad been trustees then went into business sesin declining hed.lh for some (time, sion and unanimously cohse the teachdied at her home here Monday night. er for another term. Funeral services and burial were held here Tuesday morning, the services School Taxes. being conducted from the family resSchool taxes for Hartford White Oak wood. idence, and interment at No. Mrs. Bennett is survived by two Graded Common School District children, Mrs. Johnson, of Mclean 1, are now due. If not paid before C per county and Miss Mamie Bennett, Nov. 1, 1913, a penalty of cent will be added. ' city. Hartford School Board. The Hartford baseball team play 14f4. T. H. BLACK, Collector. . ed their last gome of the season herel last Saturday afternoon, when they Notice. defeated Livla by the score of 14 to There will be a meeting in the 6. Rickard did about halt of the court house at Hartford, Ky., Monpitching and allowed no scores to be day, Oct. 20th, for the purpose of inadu while he was In the box. county organization of of organizing a Sean, who pitched the remainder .the Consolidated Tobacco Growers' the game for Hartford tossed some Kentucky. All localB shotfU be easy ones and the visitors ran up It represented. 6 'scores. Cundlff did fine work as L. B. TICHENOR, catcher for Hartford. Hodges, .Welsh Committee on Organization. and Taylor were battery for Livla. ed "- Both zycs open m-M,LOOKING OUT TOR, i VE iLVAV KEEP (foOD THINC35 TOU OUR, rKZm viHiv icMm JI.iflilH M Jmwwm than another s, THE REASON WHY ONE SToKE WAS 5RIrjHTER. fiOOD-5- , BETTER GOODS AND more jtylmh good s because the buyers of that jtore ARE ALWAYS LooKINd OUT FOR THE NEWEJT ON THE MARKET. NEW GOODS ARE CONSTANTLY ARRIVING IN OUR DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT. WHEN ANYTHING NEW COMES OUT WE SEE THAT IT QUICKLY COMES IN OUR STOCK. YOU WILL ALWAYS FIND AT OUR STORE, AND AT THE LEAST POSSIBLE PRICE, WHATEVER YOU NEED TO DRESS YOU WELL. CARSON & INCORPORATED. ' eo. Hartford, Kentucky. cost you something, but rdmember that nothing ia so Important as a Job, and you can afford to spend any amount of money in securing one. Hire a cottage in Newport, and by being patient you will In time become acquainted. with the successful business men who live there. .They will no doubt be able to suggest Borne thing that you cado. Apply to any railroad first taking out an accident" volley In some reliable insurance company. Also make your will. Life. JR. ;ah0 Ul,m,n ... Saturday October 4, and was poatpon-ii- l mi amount of the lllnefcS'Of Evan gelist Rev. L. M. Bunion, will begin Saturday evening at 7:30 o'clock, October 20, and If the weather Is too Mosley-Pav- ey. cool for the tent the meeting wfll be All are In Tho fJlowing is taken from an held in tho court house. vited to come and take part Jn the Auburn (N. T.) paper concerning tho nmrrIai;o of Miss Oona Moscluy who meotings. formerly resided here. i.Mlbfl Moseley Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Seth .Mosl,ty and Is a very charming young lady. Her many friends hero wish a very happy married life. "A quiet but very pretty wedding took place last evening .when Miss OiWiia Moseley, daughter of Mr. and .Mrs. Seth .Moseley of No. 223 Janet Street and Earl Thomas Pavey. son of .Mr. and Mrs. Thomas II. Pavey of No. 31 Map o Street were married at tho home of the bride's iarcnts. Tho ceremony which was performed by Rev. Victor S. Hrltten, pastor of Trinity M. K. Cbureh. was wltiitbied and by only Immediate relathc friends. Mr. und Mrs. Pavey are popThey are ular young Auburnlans. now on- a wedding trip to Eastern altlw. Tiny wtfa U at homo to their friends after October 15' at No. 122 Franklin Street. - The Republicans of Hartford have put forth the following ticket for city offices: Mayor C. O. Hunter; .Police Judge Otto C. Martin; Coun- cllmen S. A. Bratcher, John W. Tay lor, T. H. Black, M. W. Barnard, S T. Barnett and W. C. Schlenimer. The Democrats have put out the following ticket: Mayor J. C. Her", Police Judge J. P. Miller; Councllmen A. D. White, Joe C. Bennett. A. C. Velser, W. II. Gillespie, A. E. Pate. J. D. Ralph Tickets will be drawn at tho Ohio County Drug store Saturday morning at 9 o'clock for the season reserved seats for the Hartford Codrge. Lyceum numbers. While all are invito! to bo present at the drawing, it Is not at all necessary, for the drawing will be conducted solely by one )ei-Hand then the tickets will be distributed by tho faculty to the own ers, with number of tliolr seat assigned. Some misunderstanding has been civated, as many were under tho Impression that it was necessary for the purchasers to be present at tho drawing, which Ib not true, but they aro invited. on, Marriage Lisence. Robert Smith to Arleva Renfrew, Arnold. Noah Boesley and Anthle Renfrow, Arn- - . A. Davis' Speaking Dates. for county court clerk on the Socialist ticket, wl)l speak at tho following places: Beda, Oct. 15. West No Creek, Oct. 18. Washington, Oct. 21. Chapman, Oct. 23. Central Grove, Oct. 25. Adaburg, Oct. 27. Sarvls Hill. Oct. 28. No Creek, Oct. 30. Alexander, Oct. 31. Bennett's, Nov. 1. Hartford court house, Nov. 3. Speaking at each place beglna at 7:30 p. m. Everybody Invited. 14tl. (Advertisement.) R. A. Davis, candidate WHENEVER Iman E. Johnson and Goldia Mil-laFordsvllle. Marvin Grant, Narrows, and Myrtle Stone, 'Fordsvll'O. Ernie Bell. R. 1. Centertown and Iva Burrles, Centertown. You Say Anything Say Something Worth While SAY I'll Sight You. To a nice new residence at the best bargain In Hartford, it you'll write to Lock Box 435. If you want a home here, better hurry, for It won't Wo have last long at tho price. tho best school In Western Kentucky now, with our fine new build1H4. ing. . Schlemmer's Bakery Goods FOR ME. The Quality Will Bring A Pleasant Smile. Notice. The tent meeting which was to te- gln on Main atreet. In Hartford on HARTFORD BAKERY THE BEST UNDER THE SUN W. C. Schlermuer, Prop. ib3 HARTFORD. - Ky. L44AAAA4A4AAAAA, Ward-llelmon- 1? ir-d- . t.-- IWtoiS years old. w and Bt his work thla year. - will w, duub MM . To the Man out ot a Job. Tho following directions to the man out of a Job have been carefully One Saw Mill,, one complied by olio of our experts and very useful: will be found IMuner, J'aiid Saw, Joint- Seo any collego professor; one, if i' er, A!sj Uriel: and Tilo Of courso Jf wo simply talked possible, who has written a book on MochitH. All kinds of sociology. Hu will explain to you "Rest" you would bo Justified In not presen conditions and will give jou giving mo your trade on Feed, tjut ili'.torial, all Cie facts and statistics bearing ou 1 nvognlze that intheso strenuous eearcbllght das Paints, Oils Ktc. Will tho case. ' CaU on any tanker. Explain to 1 MUST MAKE GOOD. sail on rtaiOnablo teriHs hlnj that you have character and aak.1 You know good Feed when you 1' Call on or addrogd him. to make you a loan sa jou can ' see It as w"J as 1 do, but you will never know that I carry such an exstart up Homo profitable business. .t, nie ou See Mr. Hearst, tell him. you are a cellent quality uuU-proletariat, and give 6how you. member of the hi m a list of your grievances. Ho will publish an editorial on tho subject. Ky. Gut a comooLem slonoisraiilier to The Produce Merchant answer all tbo advertisements which appear in the dally yaptrs. This may HARTFORD, - KENTUCKY For Sale! Building 1 1 J X W. E. ELLIS B.EAN BROS. Hartford. v 'w- -- j.:-- . tlj& ..t, - '' v , , .'j-i- i . t frrr iTniMiiiiiMWniiiiituHiBinmiiniiiyiMj A -.- ,.1 , r.'nwi-w"i."- -- 1 ' N" j . U " ' ' ''M I "iJW"1 I"" SHAW, THE ECCENTRIC. BELGIAN CUCUMBERS By M. QUAD Copyright, 1813, erary Press. by Associated LitI Tho county of Vernon in a certain middle state was nt peace. Farmers. mechnnlcs and merchants met each other nud nsked: "How Is old Vernon county" And tho answer would be: "Old Vernon county is nil right you bet!" Fifty men saw X. M. Dnvls, ns he came to he known,. when the bus drove up to the iim nt Clifton with him as tho only passenger. Ho was n ralddlo nged man, nnd ho hnd tho face of n true American patriot. He had como to give Vernon county such n chanco to get rich us had never been held out to her before. Years ago his grandfather hnd died and had been burled In that county, and it was consecrated ground to him. That is why ho had come to It instead of any other county. Mr. Davis had come to Clifton direct from Europe. He had gone over there to 6tudy the agriculture of the country at his own expense? He had returned with what might be called n great find. The Belgians were almost secretly growing n specimen of cucumber that was bound to revolutionize the world. Jt was amazingly proline. Ouo acre of ground would grow 5,000 cucumbers, each three feet long and weighing live pounds. It was like eating oranges. It was a breakfast food In Itself. It left behind it an exhilaration not known to any other vegetable in the world. This cucumber was certain to take tho place of grains of all sort In a year or two more nnd would displace tho potato and the turnip entirely. Mr. Davis did more than talk and Ho put ?o0 cash In exhibit seeds. bank as a prize to the person raising the most Belgian cucumbers the next spring or summer, it was November then. Between November nnd April Mr. Davis sold over $3,000 worth of seeds and received his mouey for them. When he went away he wont boldly, and be left the prize money in the bank. By so doing be escaped all suspicion. In Clifton Now came a mystery. lived a widow named Lee. She had been there only two years, and the people knew little about her. She was .nearly six feet tall, rugged and stroug, "and she neighbored with none. She went to Mr. Davis 'for some seeds, but refused to pay the price. She offered only a penny apiece and when turned down made use of some very stroug 'language. April was a forward month In Vernon coun.ty. and tho cucumber vine were beginning to rnn by the middle of May. One night some one pulled up nnd stacked the vines In ten different gardens. They found tracks t man's boots, but nothing further. Tho next night more gardens suffered. Just who to suspect was a puzzler. but of course it waB a case of Jealousy ed spile. Every man who bad any rlncs net a watch on them. Deacon Tracy was the first one 1o or report a clew. He hnd half vines and was sitting up to watch 9t the vandal when a man came suddenly upon him and knocked him ceaseless. When he recovered his nils Ida vines bad been destroyed. Tracks that was all. left by a inan's-bootOf coarse there were excitement and A reward of $3. was Jndlgnatlon. offered for tho arrest of the marauder, and owners of vines as yet untroubled tojred watchmen. Then the man or sight betook himself out among the He raided far and wide farmers. He destroyed nothing but the cuciini ber Tines, but he did not spine a hill of them that he could get at. He was chased by men and dogs: he was shut 4it; traps were set for him In twenty different places, yet no ouo earned that reward. At Farmer Johnson's place he and bis son were hidden In tho smoke-bouswhen the unknown appeared. He bad scarcely pulled ti vine when they were upon him Both were btrong men. but the struggle was over In a minute. Tho unknown knocked them both silly and got away with their hats aud pieces of their shirts as Houvi'iilrs. It was figured that he bail got such a scare, however, that he would not appear nguln. He returned licit night when no ore was watch-luaud attacked the vines. The cNcltuicnt uas now ut fever heat, aud the whole county was asking what fchoutd be done, when the marauder canto to his end. A widow named Jones had twenty IiIUm of vines sho was watchlug. Shu had an old nroiy carbine, and a neighbor had loaded It for her. She was watching from a window, and us tho man of uigtit nppenred and began his work iie fired nt lilm. He dropped, but struggled up and ran. A hundred men turned out and searched the streets aud alleys and the co 'iitr.v around, hut they did nut rind the wounded man. They had given up tho ipiest when word went round that no ouo had been tho Widow Lee for three days. The locked doors ot hor tionsu woro broken open, aud she w;i found dead on the floor. A bullet nnd struck her in tho chest tho bullet flrVl by tho other widow, Sho was dressed ns a man from hend to heel and had fnteo whiskers besides. Tlio Belgian cucumbers? Oh. I hey wpto a frond, of course Just plain, everyday American encumbers, with the usual 01) per cent water. It's Just as easy to kw Indie a whole county as it t to swindle n single man. All' you have to do is to get a now Idei. nn-ncrs e g Hit Personality ComptU Him to Waar Cocoa Colored Clothes. "I love on'er in all things." said George Bernard Shaw at a public meeting somo time ngo. "For this reason I am not content with ordering my life; I also order my personality. wear I have cocoa colored hair, so cocoa colored clothes and drink cocoa." Shaw today has reached the position of becomlnga public Institution. For more than twenty years he has succeeded In fulfilling his boast that everyday some leading paper would have something to say about him. George Bernard Shaw Is the Jester at the court of King Demos, when years ago he wns appointed drnmatie critic to a well known Journal lie refused to obey tho ironclad regulation that occupants of the stalls must wear evening dress. The first night he was stopped at the door of a theater by an attendant. "What do you object to?" inquired Shaw. "My cocoa colored Tho attendant assented. Jacket?" "Very well then." said the critic. "I will remove It." And the next moment he was striding up tho aisle In his shirt sleeves. "That won't do, sir!" shouted the attendant, running after him. "Won't do?" exclaimed Shaw with a fine assumption of Indignation. "Do you think I'm going to take off any more?" Tho nonplussed attendant handed him his Jacket nnd Shaw took his seat In the stalls triumphantly. During the ilrst nine years this brilliant man was In London his earnings from literature brought him the princely sum of 0. Now he has nn Income of several thousands a year. Of that period which ho spent in want he says with his characteristic candor: "My mother worked for ray living instead of preaching that it was my duty to work for her: therefore, take off your hat to her nnd blush. I did not throw myself into the struggle for life; I threw my mother Into It. I was uot a staff to my father's old age: I hung on to his coat tails." London Life. 1 A CURIOUS LOVE SCENE. Rochefort Sprang a Surprise on tha Troubled Couple. Rochefort could be very democratic on occasions. I remember nn amusing Incident which occurred when Itoche-for- t was in London. His French chambermaid fell In love with his English coachman, nnd they were engaged to be married. John, who never spoke of Rochefort otherwise than nB "the marquee." gloomily informed Charlotte that their project must be kept a profound secret, for it was n custom in aristocratic houses in Londou that when servants In the same household became engaged to be married they were promptly dismissed. Charlo'te could hardly believe this, but Jo'.m assured her that it was so At last Charlotte took her courage In two hands an, dnitrglng the trembling John hch'iid her. advnnced Into the awe-din- e proenee of "the mnrqueo" while he was taking coffee after lunch. I was present and witnessed the scone. "Monsieur Rochefort." said the chant bermald boldly, "I have something b tell you." Rochefort Tell me. my child. Charlotte John loves me. and t lovo John, nnd we wnnt to be married. (John went as pale as a sheetl Does monsieur see any objection? Rochefort this great blue eyes dancing with fun. his arms raised In the a In Objection, my children, objection? What earthly objection can I have? Venez done que Je vous embrace! iCoine and let me embrace you.) And. to the utter amazement of John, he heartily kissed both young lovers on both cheeks. Westminster Ciizctte. -- Can't Escape Lime Salts. In answer to n communication from n lay correspondent, who expresses his belief that "the lime In common water has much to do with brlnglm: on old ace." the London Lancet says that while that opinion Is common. It Is, of course, fatuous. To those people who bellGvp that water Is the only possible channel by which Mnie salts are convoyed to tho organism the writer ays, "Lime salts are Inseparable from Uncommon, everyday articles of food, mi that If hard water were left out of the dietary there would still be secured a large Intake of lime salts, which could only be avoided by a hunger strike.'' Woman and Clothes. One can't help thinking what a col orless life a man Is foict d to lead when one reflects that chiffon and venetl.'ii point and hand emhinSdwy and Irl-- h crochet are to him men- - empty words wheieas a woman, whether she is In babies, or or hus bauds, or poetry, or servants, or parallelograms, or gaideus. or Plato, or bridge. Is fundamentally and always Interested In clothes, "Diddy Iiuu-legs.by Jean Webster. " In a Dilemma. "What nre you crying for, Bobble?" "Boo hoo; Willie's broke his, tiriu. nn' If I lick him all tho fullers will wiy I'm a coward." "Why don't you wait till he's well?" lick hliu St. Paul Pioneer Piesfl. "Boo-hoo- can't then- "- Pieklnq Up. "How's collections nt your church. Brudder Hainhoiie?" "Much better since wo got a one armed rutin to pas le plate." Washington Herald. Kept the Better Half. Algy Von nay she only partially returned your affections? Clarence Yes. She returned all the love letters, hut retained nil the Jewelry'-Brookl- yn Clt-lrc- uxity ii enor, rrcsiuont; iicnry rirtte. ecc rotary; S. K. Bennett, Treasurer. . Flamlnn Torchea and Court T. P. Blrkhond, COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION-Clieult Empty Waler Waoona. Henry Leach, Chairman, Hartford, way in Judge; lion D. "'nK' Attorney; w. They llKht Hies in n liarrass, Ky. dkltf Jn He r K Firs, you tlnd ,., ..re Tim g 1. L. B. Tlchcnor, Hartford, R. F. Master ComW h nl08alncr; .iii-lclu Is plotted lnt.Mll-t.Ui T Co',n8( Trusteo D. No. G. On It influx liniise and waMilouer. 2. B. C. Hartford, Reynolds, Ky. Jury iund: 1'. 11. Black, Sheriff, By RUTH GRAHAM I 3. M. S. Patterson, Olaton, Ky. the wiitchiowcr by day and nlgnt unrtrord. Deputies S. O. Kcown, the house- Denver Dam; O. P. Jones, Routo 6, 4. B. L. Alford, Whlto Run, Ky. stands a guard who C. Richard Plumtncr, Taylor Mines, tops for a sign ol smnke When the Hartford; W. C. Earp, Roslno. Court During that period when the late, tire lias tot enough headway lor lilm convents first Mommy in rcuruno Kentucky. thrco weeks; third Russian revolution was browing Sonla to sei the smoke lie gives the ulnrm and continues weeks; third Katrovlch, n young wife of twenty, nnd the engines dash out Phe specta- Monday In April, two w .Monday lu October two celts. lived in St. Petersburg at her home- tor Is lionised, not so much at the dash County Court It. It. Wedding, with her husband. They were both as at the eiu'lnes They ale ptlmltlvc, Judge; W. S. llnsley, Clerk; C. B. use or them Is more so. Smith, Attorney, members of n secret propaganda em- nnd the iiurtroru. court We went to a lire one Sunday after- convenes first .Monday lu each bracing many persons whoso object noon In Irkutsk, continues Mr. month. It was to scatter printed matter In(Juarterly Court Begins on the I. Wright In his book "Through Attorney Law tended to nwnken tho people to their Siberia." It was close to our hotel, so fourth Monday In Kebruary, May, wrongs nnd Incite them to rebellion. that we hnd an excellent view l'lrst August and November. HARTFORD, KY. first Will practice 'his profepaloa 1st IM There wero a number of depositories came a troika team that dragged a Court of Claims-Conve- nes for tills literature, and the home of hook and ladder carriage. On the car- Tuesday In January und first Tuesand adjoining counties. ConunereW the Katrovlchs wns one of them. riage clung the firemen, howling Cos- day In October. Otticr County Officers C. S. Mox-le- y, aud Criminal Practice a Spocialty. The police learned of the where- sacks with brass helmet Jammed rordIUe, Ky., R. abouts of one of these deposltoiie? down over their ears, who carried In l-- D.Surveyor, Bernard Felix, Asses; No. was their custom. Instead of one hand- - how the symbolism would sor, Hartford, Ky., R. F. D. No. '2; and, us raiding It at once, set a spy upon II have stirred the heart of Maeterlinck! Henry l.cnch, Supeilutcndcut, Hartwith a view to learning what persons Behind the hook ford, Dr. A. B. Riley, Coroner, Hartflaming torches Law went there, assuming that all and ladder was the hosecart. and then ford. wero members of the propaganda. One came a baud engine of the type our JUSTICES' COURTS. HARTFORD, KY. llnrtford, Tuesday Lcsllo Combs, morning Mine. Katrovlch went to grandfathers used to drag to tires. Mdasra. W. H. Barnus and C. E. this depository that the police were After that, for two blocks, trailed n after old Monday lu March, Tuesday watching to take some revolutionary queue of witter filled hogsheads ou after 3rd Monduy in June, Tuesday Smith announce tbM Unay have foruv-- a September, Tueslltnrntnru Minn-- . Till- - IllilCO WHS II "III wheels. The cavalcade passed us lu n after 3rd MondnVtn partucrsh.lp for the eoneral pracday after 3rd Monday In December. gle room on the thltd Hour of n building ' cloud of dust, accompanied by the yells rt, Friday tice ot law, exc ipt cnhnlual and dlvors John 11.. Miles. Ilav-- , When occupied for various purposes. of the torch beitilng firemen after Urd MonUny In March, Friday oases, Mr. Smith boiog Counrfy Attor-- i ing finished ber visit. Sonhi opened the the supply of water ran out the carts after rd' Monday In June, Friday n-Is prevented from practicing euca door suddenly and Ju- -t In time to sec. dashed down to the river nud were re- after 3rd Monday In September, ccaeos. Mr. Barnos wJU individually up tho stairs leading to j plenished. Den man dart Friday after 3rd Monday lit s accept &uch practice, OUIon In the next story above. She did not see i Tills crude high pressure service gnvo cember, O. 12. Scott, Cromwell, Wednesday Hartford Republican building, Harthis face nor his clothes sufficiently to rise once to a rather humorous Incimnru aim. uui mil-- micw uisuiitinuj dent that the Irkutsklans tell with after 3rd Monday In March, Wed- ford, K" Monday what had happened. Tho depository great glee. During a lire several years nesday uftcr 3rd 3rd MondayInIn June, SepWednesday nftcr hod been discovered by the police and ngo n string of water wagons went tember, Wednesday aflei .3iu Mon-ua- y she would be shadowed to her home. down to the river, were Oiled nnd ennio lu Deccmoor. Retaining her presence of mind, she rumbling back. When they reached John 11. .Miles, Rockpurt, Friday on her way. knocking nt dif the fire the water was gone The en- after 3rd Monday - March, Ftfcay .continued Law ferent doors as though looking ror thusiastic captain of hogsheads ,bnd after 3rd Monday in June, Friday-afte- r KY. HARTFORD, In the 3rd Monday lu September, Frisome one. Receiving a negative an neglected to put back the plugs swer to her question, she passed djwn barrels and had spilled his supply for day after 3rd Monduy In December. ASSOCIATED WITH M. L. HEAVRIN J. C. Jackson, Center town, Satseveral blocks along the main street and out of the building. urday nftcr 3rd Mcndny In March, This offico is equipped for handEither shs must outwit the spy ot Saturday after 3rd Monday in June, ling Commercial Law and Collection both she and her husband must spend TWO GREAT STARS. Saturday after 3rd Monday In Septhe rest of their lives In Siberia. Pin tember, Saturday after 3rd Monday Items as well as other legal and liti not g" home, ami sbc must ton Slriut la tha Brightest of All, and gated matters. Practlco In all the must in December. trlve to make her husband aware of M. C. Cook, Renfrow, Tuesday afcourts. Prompt and vigorous service. nopus Comas Next. what had hippenrd. To gain time she The results of that Instrument of ter 2nd Monday in March, Tuesday M. L. Hcavrln's Office. visited certain shops. The tlrst shop precision, the meridian photometer, are after 2nd Monday in May, Tuesday Monday in August, Tuesshe entered a man followed her inside that Slrlus Is seven-tenth- s of n magni- after 3rd and looked over articles with the pre- tude brighter than Canopus. which day after 2nd Monday In November. Thomas Sanders, Olaton, Wednestense of buying. Sonla suspected him. easily teaches that Slrlus Is brighter day after the second Monday In but was uot sure that he was her shall- than any other star. March, Wednesday after 2nd Monday . ower tllUie followed ber Into another Canopus. next in brilliancy, is visible . In May, Wednesday after 3rd Monday store. OhioCotantr of the world , in August, Wednesday after 2nd Mon from all that portlou After Sonla had visited several stores south of north latitude 37 degrees, day in November. HARTFORD, KY. she felt at liberty to enter one kept by since Its declination Is south KJ degrees "rant lloart1,' Fordsvllle Tuesdny one Petrof. a member of the propa- .,jMi.ii,...mni.mnii.f 37. after 2nd Monday In , March,I Thurs- - All Matters Given Prompt Atteia-tio- n. ,, M M d ganda, without necessarily betraying PENSION AFFIDAVITS It therefore never rises above the'day aftcr ;!rd Monday ,u"AuKU8t him. Calling on him for some gloves, south horizon of any point 37 degrees Thursday after 2nd Monday In SPECIALTY. she while trying them on informed The latitude of this observn- him of the situation that he might at tory Is 34 degrees 17 mluutes; bence. vcmber. j. Patton, Ralph, Friday after once get word of the danger to bet Cauopus rhes very nearly 3 degrees 2nd Monday In March, Friday after lithusband and he might remove tho above the watery wastes In the Pacific 2nd Monday In May, Friday aftcr 3rd erature. sea. Itt low altitude makes It much .Monday In August, Friday aftcr 2nd '' 1 When she left the store the man who fainter than higher Slrtns, ns tbellht; Monday in November. HARTFORD POLICE COURT. watched her approached her. layers oT dust nnd watraverse C. M. Crowe, Judgo; John U. Wil"Conduct me to .our home," he said mustvupor uear the earth's surface. To do any kind of Vetcrina- ler What means this?" she nked. af- Still It Is niagnltlcent. especially when son, City Attorney; J. P. Stevens, ry work. Horses, mules aad MonMarshal; Court convenes second fecting surprise. Mtaudlug.over u calm ocean surfuce, day In ouch month. cows need not die for want of After awhile he admitted the truth, Canopus has no parallax that the City Councll- -J. H. -- Williams, MayCalls answered attention. him that she had gone to and she told highest power telcmlcrometers that or; R. T. Collins. Clerk; E. P. Thomtho building for the purpose of finding day or night. as, Treasurer. Members of Council can lie made are able to measure. This a former servant of hers, but had been Is one of the most overwhelming facts Robert Hoover, P. B. Taylor, J. II. misinformed as to the address. range of human ex- B. Cnrson, B. P. Jloorc, Fred Cooper. objection to taking you to within the entire "I have no Veterinary Surgeon J. Uean. perience. This means that If one goes W.School Trustees Dr. K. n. Pendlemy home," she said, "and I will easily - Ky. to Canopus with the roost powerful ton, Chairman; W. H. Barnes, Secreprovu to you that 1 am loyal to the telescope ever made, turns aud looks tary; Dr. J. W. Taylor, W. S. Tinsley government. But 1 warn you thnt I back this way, the base line, the entire havo some very good friends who arc diameter of the orbit of the earth aud J. D. Duke. government, and 1 RELIGIOUS SERVICKS. Influential with the to a minute I8o.7tn.000 miles-dwinM. K. Church, South Services will not be put to any Inconvenience." point too small to be measured by any morning and ovenitig every first aud At this the man assumed a more re- microscope. Some idea may be bad tlird Sunday In each month. Sunspectful manner and lifted his hat o of the Immensity of the universe by day schtM.l 9:4! a. in. Prayer rncot-inlltely. every Wednesday evening. Rev, of thinking of this fact during each spare "I nm looking for a certain kind so think than tu Savlllo. pastor. h'oods," continued Sonla, "that I need minute. Better to Baptist Church Services morning Kdgnr aud shall be obliged to visit one or two waste the . precious (momeuts. ... ... . i ... nnit nv.itillir. nvnpv upomlft .. v ,. -- .v..... -- - nlul fnilrth -- ..., -- . then I will take you home with l.ucieu l.uriiiu in iew ion. Auivrwuu Sunday in each mouth. Sunday school Mores, Sscceed when varythluaj else faBA pleasure." 9M5. a. m. Prayer meeting overy Wed In nervous prostration and female Uncle Sam's Antecedents. nestlay evening. Rev. English, pastor. Soula. being of the better class, was weakaeaaes they are tha supreme A reader asks how the mime Uncle remedy, aa thousands have testified. Christian Church Services overy enabled to assume an Importance that Imfourth Sunday at 11 u. in. and 7. p. affected the olllclal. She went Into Ham came to be adopted for the FOR KIDNEYJ.IVER AN several more shops and kept clerks aginary genius who directs the des- m. Sunday school 9:30 a. m. Elder W. STOMACH TROUBLE At tinies of this nation. The answer Is B. Wright pastor. hunting for the goods she wished. ft to the beit medicine ever toU Cumberland Presbyterian Church-Sun- day very simple. "Uncle Sam" Is merely last sho feigned to find exactly what over druggist's coometv school every Sunday at 9:45 she wanted aud on paying for It gave a popular expansion of the letters "Ua n. in. the address of her home, to which It H." Albert Mnttbews once wrote SECRET SOCIETIES. page monograph to prove was to bo sent. The police olllclal forty-liv- e Hartford I.odgo No. 07.'), F. and A. this, and he showed that the expression M. meets every first Monday night noted tho location, pi king up his ears went hack to the year 1813. .lames in each mouth. M. U. "lleaNrln, W. jis sbo gave it. It would not Milt SonlVs game to keep reiilmore Cooper In "The Prairie" In M.: Owen Hunter. Secretary. spoke of "the well known Initials Hartford Chapter No. 81 O. E. S. the limit too long. Sho must take some MJCKUB-gained for the gov- meets every second and fourth MonSHM SUCCMBI rlhk It was nearly two bonis after Hint hit e SPECIAL OFFER: sbo had left the menage with Petrof ernment of Hip United States the good day evenings. Miss Anna J. Pattou, UnIU 'v.RlaMa. AtrltfwttP JU4 W. M.; Jas. II. Williams. W. B.; that sho told her captor that she was humored and quaint appellatlou of mika you oar ittruueat cutomer. IMIss Elizabeth Miller, Secretary. u,iTiUiistU-- l ready to go to her home, and she led do Sam." New York Post. rolWtlnsi l.nslltladilT.-.i-Hough Itivcr Lodgo No. 110 Knights I 11mMjiimiiirj j him there In a perfectly straight Iba AM Tint. 1 ipl.tidlO I O.U.. S MM all. fr.ii.-- u Tuiailrt la Right to tha Point, meets every luesuay ovoii- - I mi M St H.f !OTie com so. But It as all she could do tu oi Rome mouths ago excavation wero H1K W. 1' AwUtboii, C. C; J. Noy Mentha tht$ Write bear up under tho suspense. If Iter holm; made for new tracks on the lino Foster. K. of It. Ai S, liuMuind had nut received her mes' Hartford sage there was that In store for them of u certain railway At one point n l.A. every Tent No. 9D..K. O. T, M. SEND 10 CENTS first und third Thursday to owe vmUf ib4 rMkicu4rttkUTali.bl j As sha went up nearby resident obtained permission to meets f..r worso than death. nights. R. T. Collins, Commander; i aoiMCiMa oi minii wfiwiT ' wiw my i( it quantity of turf to round the tho steps of her house she almost remove MBnuiiii rr ikmrfraTt mm mu ftUMOtji WH wwum ot P e, nuu,c being In- I.. P. Foreman, Record Keeper. fainted, but with mi effort sho opened promises, the section foreman Acme Lodgo No. M9 I. O. O. F. the Trout door. No one was to be structed to notify tho excavating meets cvory second and fourth FriSho opened a door leading Into "gang"' when the resident should have day nights In cmli month. C. M. Har-notven. Noblo (Hand; W. R. Hcdrlck, another room where her husband sat secured all he desired. The foreman's texirt Is as follows: Secretary. at a desk writing. Hartford Camp No. 202 W. O. W. "Well, dear." ho said without looking "Tho man that wanted the enitb has meets every second and fourth Satop from his work, "you have boon gone got It." Exchange. urday nights In each month. Leslie quite awhile." Then, raising his eyes lloimel Council Commander; W, C and seeing his wife's attendant, he His Busy Day. alluc, 1 1. ric. appeared surprised. Sonla knew tint Ladies! ave Meaey bA Keep ia( "Yon say you called this niornlnu on SuitbblUL Hive No. 42, L. O. T. St.. h id ho not been warned ho would have my husband ut his otllce s always meets ewy first and third Friday Style by Reading Mc Call's. lie doubtless turned pale. no busy. Did yon have any .trouble lu nights in ah month. Mrs. Attyo Magazine and Using McCall Patterns " "Yes," she said. "1 have been de- fceelng hliii?" Griffin, Lady Commander; Mrs. Lulu layed in finding the goods 1 need for HWl'iM. ml. .will "Yes, at ilrst He wns sitting behind Pendleton, Iidy Record Keeper. MSCALLJ MAGAZIHE Ii i tiu dress ml- Keystono Chapter No. 110, R. A. inv gown." his desk, and I couldn't see- hint until y it a iiioilt'iuio c Slio then explained her having an he moved his ionly koeiMtiu Plain M. meets every third Saturday night In each month. John T. Moorn High pnxtrtil ou tlio attendant who needed to be satisfied Dealer. j. ittbiiiona in Prlcstr W. S. Tlnsloy, Secretary. ijc mid rat- -, '0 'hat they wero loyal to the czar. i AMERICAN SOCIETY OF EQUTY. , liiiia L" ' 4 "That U very easy." said her husHit Both Ways. National Officers President, Irn M. Alio band. "1 am at this moment writing it Tramp Yes. lady. I loved n girl. Sho J. Chryst, Hudson, Wis.: V. Presi liifurinatlun ,i.iper on the necessity of tho Russlnn wouldn't hev me. njul I became a vnu dent, S. B. Robertson, Calhoun, Ky.; cui (. 1T inly t miii inauiri. people remaining loyal to tho govern derer. Woman-Po- or chap! If she had Secretary & Trcas., II. Q. Tauk, Wan a i " iur. jmiuuiiiiji incut." IKItvru, married you nil would have been well sau, Wis. i Unlay or ciul He handed the unfinished paper to Trnmn-Q- h. Statu Officers President, J. II. Mc- I diinno Me friend out tu I HI.OUlllilIlOt.'s j Connell, Princeton, Ky.; Vice Prcsl-- i the olllclal and hade him seareh the do road dere Is de feller wot got borl ' MiC.Ur.lt.rni wi!l i timnkolnreur I dent, J. II. Burney, Muhlenberg Co.; house, from which everything Incrim- Puck. unu riiimiv nun) , r , iiinU rlntliluurcr rour-uiianil cmuuSecretary & Treaa., 8. U. Robortsou, 'i vwii tmioikt But mi inating had been removed. lu Mylo mul l.t. i lik tier tlnlh 15 Calhoun, Ky,; Oreunlor, T. II. well had tho gamo been played .liat CCQU i. H'llll fur fl ( only strike whorl tho Iron Is hot. Not Hartford, Ky; Will Ci.i Yon fia nnd .went Wt the olllcer was satisfied rwr'i'fat. petting mt -but hi 'i 1(0 It hot by btrlklng. Oliver Members Slate Exci'utho 'Board- rlplioiuamuusj , 'S Cryrtlnxlico nway without taking any further j'rcinltiin Cm a tonne .iti i v , prixo OITi-r-. " Cromwell, IBea Watson, Webste.r county; J. W. TUl UcCAll C0!:f A.Y, 239 u U1) tW 37th St, Kt W Kit 'Dunn, Daviess county; H nry Plrtle, Ohio county; E. I. Ray, Hurdiu couu- - FIGHTING A FIRE IN IRKUTSK. i nrootory to a ty: C. G. Ohio Davenport, Warren county, county officers L. B. Tlch j Shadowed Comady of ,,,. 1. 1 i J - WJiWJ"lt)Vi&2 at Rich-nrtlso- n Otto C. Martin Barnes & vi-lt- Attorneys at Smith Hc-kpo- -- y I j ARTHUR t- D. Attorney at KIRK C-- N J. NEY FOSTER Notary Public No-nort- h. AH PREPARED W. H. RILEY Hartford, v dles ---- Electric Bitters SEEDS - l8-.'- 7 Mu M, I WVraB4ts rHW.lkM.aattML tdy; Pcr. j i tt, El - W feoL"-Clovol- and r i 1 - i 1 j ! I 4 , , Bal-mal- n, I V .V, :-,'a-tfct- 1. - . J "MiiMfra, fM.lW V Children Cry for Fletchers How An Artist Obtained Recognition By F. .f ' . fsmt, 'UT r ;IitI .SU. . tl TOWNSENDtMfH reparc uxtord. ai.. forwomau nnd atrru mjy bb - i Tlo Kind 1U USO Have Always Bought, nml which 1ms been HiKlUllliro ox " J""f ""a muiiio liranndcr liis pcr-and has been mmlo -aonal supervision slnco its infancy. 7f sitftf-f-fa- . WietfTy, 'CUCA4K. Allownoonotoilcccivayoulnthls. " nro but .All Counterfeits, Imitations anil "Just-ns-Koo- d Experiments that trlfluwltli nnd endanger tho Iicilth oC Jnfunis and Children Experience uguliist Experiment jl wr Yom ""--f snbstltuto for Castor Oil, Cnstoria is Soothing Syrups. cnrlc, Drops nnd Opium, Morphine It Is pleasant. It nor oilier Narcotic contains neither substance. Its ngo is Its guarantee. It destroys Worms nnd allays Foverlshncss. For moro than thirty years it lias been In constant uso for tho relief of Constipation., Flatulency, Wind Colic,, nil Teething1 Troubles nnd It regulates tho Stomach and Bowels, Diarrhoea. assimilates the Food, giving healthy nnd natural sleep. Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. What is CASTORIAPare a harmless GENUINE CASTORIA pBears the Signature ALWAYS CzL$fffl&M. Ik Kind You Have Always Bought 30 In Us TMt eiaraua eowAiir,TT muwt twht. For Over new tobk cmr. Years pliiiinnnMnminVHiiHMi 3 5 fll Matheney&Batts 8 VANDEUILT TIA1HIHG SCHOOL FOR BOYS The Principaln have conducted a preparatory school for the past 11 years. Students trained by them have taken the follow- ing honors at Vanderbilt University; Entrance Prize in Mathe- mattes, 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 reconls in other colleges. SPECIAL OVERSIGHT, CHRISTIAN INFLUENCES. A safe place for young boys. Boarding patronage doubled under present management. Write to Principals for catt gue. 1 SEND YOUR BOY TO SKv g H pjpj flf, M fl ;S J m B S gpj p p fill bbbV POSITIOMS V GUARAMTEED you Wo WEwrlti m realeoon.soon asneed many more As GUARANTEE a position tf youtuSo nbfrfS5enw this offer wlU beVuhclrawo. ' at oaco for particulars. write aBBBBBBBBBBBBjBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW uio. vr. HICII. RoawiSH lariauaais im I I BUSINESS COIiliEGE lavvai wbw " tX)OIBVIt,tiK, KY. 60 YEARS' aVlipetd Buckbec'a "Full of Llf" Northern GroajJ have a reputation ol JS aucceulul teed growing behind them. It pays liiit the Reasonable Spcclahle: SEEDS tt. Sds BBAN8 PBA8 Eatly Alatlta . . IHHCXPERIENCE Itjlll Alan Vull when u Hchuonni.v whs. constantly scolded fur coveini lilsj books with pictures. Thu llyluiivosj i!om from a lar(e nurabar 9. In order to Now York, i'! :tratc theso remarks anu me margins or tne puces were sulioij to enter uxuoiu u.s ... . ! ran down and IrmtnUr.' covered witu sends or persons wun.Unl Kocrstc ft 6e,0il. '!ch.. Kouto 1, Crt 4J. ' 1 to npp! i tho sorts of expressions, besides the all boy 8lole $l. urand ind liter' .Milirpctr bodies of dogs, horses, cats, elephants !(rr. 1" rinUIm iMm ft UovtfBndf 0( dcnurtr.,- at ) r.ml.l not li My tincould cuslly nnd other animals. One Whet .wr'lo PrcacBtoro last aa.uruay, ho told detectives ifu-- r Tiraa lh ... tell by referring to his schootbooks sunuaj wau arrcaiuu 1Ik. uu l.lfl ftf. A...I unu nn ij Uio. how much nnd how lltUe each subject rlvft. ,r011. tll0 0hIo city. Foersto tur Interested him. l'or Instance, his read nxnlalned tliat ho planned a sail on . . . l.nM er, tho lessons In which wero well ,tne Aiuurctania ... ... ... wcuuesuuy iur busselected, was quite free from sketches, land an(1 clUor a preparatory sihool . ntlitta lilu iirUlitnntln ...... t,.- -. - . w .. . . ,.u..u ..... U.....U.W.V nml irrnmimir niinseu iur viiurui were full of them. II o was Interested an assistant cashier gave When In (he reader, but he detested gram- aim the $1,400 to take to tho office mar nnd arithmetic. of tho chief cashier, Foersto could no entlofV Mil .1.. ,.Mn,ntAM Alan determined to be an artist. Ills father, who was a pructlcal man and . ambltlon, ho told his captors, and uau a mrpe luiuuy m buiiuh, o"""" flrammuig tno money in nis yuuivuuj, his head at his sou's choice of a field gtarted Immediately for Now York. ... . . .. Jof labor, but slnco Alan seemed fit- .. Young Foerste win do arramseu u ted for nothing else than an artist a charee of grand larceny and will he consented. He could not afford to ho hn',! for officers from Cleveland send the boy abroad to study, so he witn reoulsUlon waners. H eald he Prompt Attention and Good Service. was obliged to prepare himself for his q pieaj gunty on his return to A part of a profession in America. aieveland and throw hlmsellf on the TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, course In an art school was all the in- rf ", I WILL GRATIFY DESIRE !'rU"'". IS . uy mv m. us irjf iu iic iinub Cleveland, O., Jt. '9. "If that Is . could by maUiug pictures. ... .. 1 true If tho boy really wants a uni t nH.n nninr (xlucatlon. and has the men- ii..... i. ii. tin nninioii nn rnn. vpmltv i... vas, but no one cured to buy his pic- - tal qualifications, I'll see that he gets said Charles A. Strong, vice tures. Then he tried to get an order ) of the department store to Illustrate books: but, the Held being presldnt fl.3fi occupied, he sank to an Illustrator for from whicn Wilbur Foerste ran away Thk Republican and Louisville Herald... rate newspaper. At this he Saturday wltn $1,400. a third L50 made Just enough to keep body and. The boy8 parenU had taken hjm The Republican and Courier-Journ- al soul together. ' during Glenvlle High School 1.75 f Reptblican and St. Louis Globe-Democr- at One day Alan saw a baby sleeping." sophmoro year and ho longed to be The Its crib, lie was much Impressed in 1.60 u. with the relasedness of the little one aoie io gui The Republican and Home and Farm it The boy's reputattlon with his friends and wondered If he could transfer 1.75 to paper, lie ineu nnu wua cmmvun; jauu bih.ujco uw ... The Republican ... liiaf n i uAn mi. .l.ll. Dtnnt ju me, ucoi successiui. iuo tmiu 3.60 Republican and Louisville Daily Herald sleepily on paper as he did In his crib. Deafness CannotasBe Cured. The you do witu tnai, "I'll tell you what they cannot 3.50 By local applications, una uaiiy uwensrjoro inquirer Alan." said a friend. "Send It to a the The republican baby food company and ask for an reach the diseased portion of O'boro Messenger 1.75 ear. There Is only one way to cure The Republican and Twice-a-Wee- k order to put It In oils for an ad." the suggestion. deafness, and that Is by constitutionAlan shuddered at 1.75 Was he Indeed reduced to applying his al remedies. Deafness is caused by The Republican and Kentucky Farmer art for business purposes? But ho an inflamed condition of the mucous 1.30 needed money to pay his room rent, so lining of the Eustachian Tube. When The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. ou his friend's advice. The this, tube Is Inflamed you have a rum he acted company quickly returned the picture bllng sound or Imperfect hearing, and The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer. ... 1.50 g with the order he had soiiciteu, ouer-ln- when it is entirely closed, Deafness When Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $ 1.60 him $100 for hU work. the Inflam The Republican and was finished every one who Is the result, and unless tho picture mation can bo" taken out and this tube saw It remarked: restored to Its normal condition, hear "How pretty!" nine lng will be destroyed forever; "Dear little thing!" cases out of ten are caused by Catarr "Sound asleep, isn't he?" These remarks anil other such in- which is nothing but an Inflamed con genuous criticisms so pleased the arttst ditlon of toe mucous surfaces.. that he forgot that the picture was to We' will give One" Hundred Dollars be degraded as an advertisement. But for any case of Deafness (caused by ' when he sent it to the food company catarrh) that cannot be cured by in It uud wu. Hall'' Catarrh Cure. Send for clrcu- -e &CO.,To-hwlth the words "I'erklns' Food" on It Jars free. F. J. CHENEY ledo, O. almost cried. However, the promise of a check as i Sold by Druggists, 75c. soon us the picture was returned with Tae Hall's Family Pills for con-th- e m "essentials" painted In helped to atjpation. t Heads ,iA- him nw1 ... uit? sweeten ii.. uwe, wim Alan irnf ., 11. n tnatr Rn I"WplVPl the .1 .w Bill Heads BUI! uun H iv wic Out of the Ordinary. check, paid his room rent, bought him husband refused Alleging that her ,r . .W taanU ,holr self a new outut or cioiues auu u bw v.a. ... I '" l. hnln nml tLU IIClaUllL UCi. IMS,.a- -Bradley ohH to ! Barber . Mrs. W t Jo d0. . .bro"11 BU,t ror dlvorce at white Art ... u art. even on a sign or an ad-- plains. Mo. -. .... .. vertUeuient,- - auu not a rew 01 me Cards.. ; obliged According to a ruling by Judge N. world's great artists have been to apply their abilities In this way. M. Sheltonln the circuit court at Ma- To get that relaxedness ou canvas or w,fe hflS the rlght to rae given And In marble that Alan had transierreu Uck on ner hU3Dand-- head b .ystcm strain upon the yotn i'o J forming ilructortt in !o this reiUorntive tonie 'V years told by druftUto , Tht one remedy io perfect 'mlve effects at to vrarraaC ingredient on its oatiJ .lfaotutcly contains nUbr lit. Pit Lotto kr.ett, wt ... .lMt - '! if . . ( jt -1 sr JAMES & CO., First Class -Uverymeti Kentucky. Centertown, I f "V-,,.t.- .: "h" t I .I, OUR CLUBBING RATES. uu.., ?..," --- andTwice-a-WeekOwensboroInquir- er Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN. !T .r: r,i;: -- YOUR Letter Noteheads Envelopes m : -- SMK-Si-S- . 1 t t Statements Ij2J3JJ0 ' Traoc Mark nraicNS Earllert lUd Valenllnt . . ,. Refugee Eatra Early New Strlnglcu Cren Pod . Wardwell'a Imp-- . Kidney Wax Vx New White Wax . .-Currie'a Kurt rrool Wax . Extra New Early Cradua JM8?""!"! vK lj.70 Buihel Uifl Bushel 75 guJ'e! Buihel fcjoBtund 5$oBuhel itoriiora roiucn umrucu . ,jjv-- Bushel m Buckbee'a Lightning Express 1 and a full line of D..:.k Plants and Bulba iflowest growing Pflji Ssli. Send lor complete catalogue or submit a uu o Vaur requirements and will quote prices. Buy direct Irom the grower Save Money. Write today. Mention this paper. .... . ...A .b.1.1. niclatfwtk. without BnA nBVKiaHTat Ac rf..ertftttnn saaT . ... rto cWe. lathe- SckWifk JWKrican. I OSGOBaabMSt., H. W. BUCKBEE tacktsr. Set. Ftras. Rt.fr..a u saw the Perkins foou aavertiseuicni I His eyes turning to stone through saw simply a sleeping child. Here and there ..one who knew tho picture's petrification. Benjamin. ... Itai- i,nf tin. ..- -. or... v. .......... .. n. 0W.. nr'willlnm Wnnda of Grand lniniisic wunu duiifuov ,m. some great artist had been appro- - tds, Mich., went to the Michigan of nplntoil. school for the blind, at Lansing. g Alan knew no nau prouuieu bouhj-thinthat ho had only seen In Almost A Miracle. which were exhibited as treasures One of the most startling changes acconijng td ,n an of art. Ho determined to try It again , i ,na with n (lniiclllll Ctrl. Uetweeu the and model when placctl on the canvas effected 'lears ago In his brother. other pictures of dancers was the "H11 hald such a dreadful csugh," he same dllTerenco as between two girls all our family thought tho one of whom Is born graceful and writes, "that to work he was going Into consumption, but the other Is not. He contliiued 1,. nil? win till his S100 wns exhaust- - ho .begun to use Dr. King's Now Dis fed, hut by this time one of his pictures covery, anu wus completely cureu uy .. other printed forms are i Special Attenton ..0.i k : In The Republican Job Department. .,,.,... nn tv Saved Girl's life "I want to tell you what wonderful benefit ceived from the use of Thedford's Black-Draugh- t," . 1.1 n tiiiv It la trilP. Illlt It .. --- - UHStKis asDLSS MIHTaHEI. . Ia. aavt a 1 in.fc.vrrtT : r MrecttviiM pr aiming ms . tmumrj uu rjtwm Pilmt and ":z H- I ,A rnrtlca ExohMvily. U0 MfUk Mtwi, asu MfaaniNaTON. 0. e. aiia - 0" I PS" I arw!aaTIMBBrBCJ M aU JaflBJBaVHHHMaMlflniMaflpa , ;; ; I I 1mIS1' aATC NTS THAT M'lVadrarUMlaaalanivafki.atBwB rjattataUUtr. H jrwra praetkM. I Sudrrxl.MorMah(r rRKCmxxl m Ult' v. r?"! "I'NCM. rucfrwUaliaB BxoQrrulutiouirmo 93.HOI wtnh Stra, m&2?t'fi avl I aBBBVSanVTaBBVaVaal . aa.BaVS afaV aV aVia III l -- H BStSBaakl IWaVnlb 'SSSaZiv: afaSfSV flwtwel anii- welelis 218 pounds. For many produced inouey. n nriirtlcill UlllU tUttt ..Anio.ninkniAnr years our family has used this wonthe young artist received. That first derful remedy for Coughs and Colds I BULBS SUCCEED. aliCKME-bank bill paid him. though but a tithe with excellent results." It's quick, OFFER' A" of the price paid him for bis ad., was safe, rellablo and guaranteed. Price WW . - ..a mr U..l.ua. far more grateful to blm. But this GO cents and S1.00. Trial bottle free YtSStZmmk r" ie w u.ai.fsiAtirinaniavraavM was a matter of seutlment. .""". i" m at all druggists. One who saw tho picture that Alan rAllrIIDBa.a I... .' 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Black-Draug- ht Black-Draught ai.B :s!!MjrJi,aBAeS? stom-ach.llv- er young and okj. For tale everywhere, roce a ccm. " v t . ac tii - tiwwwi r wWr rir-in',',,'-")r"- j' r--;yr- -- w- man tramp steamer Seydllte came up to tho Volturno. Following ,thcso all at full steam am al centering on tho source of LOST the black line of smoke, which was being whirled across the foaming waves by .tho galo, came La Touraine, of tho French Line, which sailed fro a Rages 24 Hours on Now York October 4 for Havre; the Minneapolis, of the Atlantic Transport Line, which left New York OcSinks. Steamer tober 4 for London; the Rappahannock, which left London Octobor I for St. John; the Czar, of the Russlrn Life Boats 'Launched and Laden American Line, which sailed fr I New York October 4 for Rotterdam, With Refugee are Dashed a the ' Narragansett, and LIImu,' Standard Oil tank steamer, which to Atoms. sailed from Now York October 3 for d Liverpool; the Devonian, of tho Line, bound from Boston for LivLiverpool, Oct. 11. One hundred erpool, and the Krooniand, of the persons lost tholr Red and thirty-si- x Star Line, which left Bremen llvis when tho steamship Volturno, October 4 for New York. or the Uranium Line, was destroyed Shortly before darkness closed In at oa on Friday, after having been on over the scene Capt. Inch ordered six ' life boats manned and filled with all fire or 21 hours. Tiic steamships surrounded the Vol he women and children who cared to turno for 1G hours, while the fire kave. The boats had barely touched ragrd at Its height, hut none of the the water when they were hurled rescue fleets wero able to lend as- igalnst the side of the Volturno, and sistance owing to a raging storm. .our of thorn were crushed like egg "" The VoUurno sailed from Rotter- shells. dam to New York via Halifax on Oc The other two managed to get clear tober 2. She carried 24 cabin passeng burning vessel and were pick-i- d G40 steerage and a crew of 93. Of of the ers, up by tho Czar and the Seydlltz. the 657 know n to have been on board, It was then apparent to the cap-talG21 have been reported saved by the of the rescue vessels that any ten vessels. by means of life The greatest loss of life occurred attempt to rescue boats would prove unavailing. .when four cf the Voltumo'a stx life The Carmania was brought close boats were dashed to pieces against to the stern of the Volturno and flr- tho side of the vessel, a few moments d several lines at the burning ship. after they were launched. aut the gale wa3 too strong and the Other lifeboats launched from the rescue were also crushed bj the leaden ends fell into the sea. One line carried close to the rail and waves. jcores of eager hands reached out to Early Friday morning a terrific saroty. But explosion In the Volturno's boiler ilutih tho line that meant .vhen the line fell a few feet short room almost rent the vessel in half. cry of anWhen this occurred the passengers of the Volturno's stern a pasship believed they guish went up from the frantic on the striken sengers, which was carried to the were doomed while the captains of tho vessels which had rushed to the other vessels. By consent of tho commanders of rescue could see little chance of all of the vessels In the rescue fleet staving off complete disaster. Suddenly the gale abated and the 'aptain Barr was allowed to take sea calmed considerably. Within a command of the situation. Ho then few moments a scorooT life boats Jecided that tho ten vessels which had been launched fnfiffjtho vessels 'ormed tho rescue fleet would form stsAdlng by and were rusliing toward n "battle, lino" in n circle about ho Volturno. 3 tl'O stern of tho VoUurno. The Then under half speed tho ten and crew wero huddled at the vessels began a march around the" rail. When thj Volturno vvns abandoned Friday morulas sho was seen volturno, tucnamas3ot names, wnicu continued thruout the night. to gradually sink. wero brilliantly All llir position was then about 100 lighted,tho vessels two searchlights but only xcllta northcaat of Cape Kace and c:oe2 to the s:iot whero the Titanic were used owing to tho danger of blinding tho men on tho bridges, Bank eighteen months ago. Never before has such a disaster liicso lights were from tho Carmania. boon v.ltiuesed by so many spectators One of these was kept on tho while tho other plajed about Iludclcd on tho eight ocean liners, a Gsrman trvp and a Standard OII iver tho other vessels, enabling them tank steamer, which heard tiio Vo- o keep at a safe distance from the ltumo'a "S. O. S." distress by wiro-le- jthcrsT 1 All thru tho night tho captains were several hundred persons who, unmindful of ,tho biting cold Kept up a conferenco by means of or the gale and the danger from the the wireless, Whilo numerous plans hugh waves which crashed over the were suggested, each calling for a vessels, remained on deck thruout the lesnerato attempt to reach tho burning lner. all of these were abandoned, day and nlgiit to watch the fire. All during Thursday night, one ind it was decided that the only hope searchlight on the Cunarder Carmania 'ay In the chance that the gale would was kept steadily on the Volturno, abate and the sea subside somewhat. while another played over the ten Jut thru each hour of the night, vessels that surrounded the stricken the gale swept over the sea tossing great waves, causing the ships to roll ship. Tho tries of those on the Volturno and pitch so 'that they were nearly were carried by the gale and the half out of the water at times. (As on the other vessels could the hurricane swept over the VoU sec women and children huddled close turno, gusts of sparks and (burning to the Volturno's after rail, while1 masses would be sent whirling away over the water. the men stood nearer the fire That so many were rescued from But while the force of the gale pre-- I tho Voltunto was due to the prompt, vented any attempt at removing the effective' work of Captain Barr, of passengers and crew from the doom-le- d ship. It also caused the waves to (he Carmania. drench tho decks of the iburnlng ves The wireless operator on the picked up a faint "S. O. 8." sel and made life on the floating call shortly after noon on Thursday. furnace possible. Shortly before dawn the watchers, The position or the Volturno was given, and the following: tho vessels which formed the circle, "Come quick; ship afire; fear we were appalled .to see an Immense flame shoot up from about the midare doomed." Tho Carmania, which sailed from dle of the Volturno. An Instant latNew York, October 4,f or Liverpool, er this was folio wed Jy a report .which put about and headed for the point could be heard on all of the vessels. where Captain Inch, or the Volturno, When the mass of flame and burn ing material had settled down It was on the 22nd day of November, A. D.. had reported his vessel. When the Carmania received the seen that a great rent had been torn 1913, before said court at Louisville, In the burning vessel. This was lat- in said district, at 10 o'clock in the first wireless call, ehe was about er seon to have been caused by an forenoon, or as near thereto as pracmiles from tho Volturno. Kxtia stokers were rushed (into the explosion of the boilers. ticable, and that notice threeor be Up to this time, the crew assisted published one time In the Hartford fire room, and within a short time, the Carmania was making twenty by many of the male passengers had Republican, a nowspaper printed In put up a steady fight against the said district, and that all known knots under forced draught. At 3 o'clock the lookout on the flames. For a long time the stoam creditors and other persons In In Canuanla sighted a black spot on the pumps had been used to flood the terest may apear at said time and horizon and the Cunarder was pointed holds and 'When the heat in the fire place and show cause, If any they toward this. Shortly after 4 o'clock room became unbearable the hand have, why the prayer of said petition Capt. Barr slowed dow n his vessel and pumps were put in action. Many of er should not be granted. the passengers took their turns at circled the Volturno. WITNESS the Honorable Walter At that time a terrific galo was these pumps and it was 'by tho use Evans, Judge of said Court, and the sweeping over tho sea. Capt. Barr of these that the flames were pre- seal thereof, at Louisville In said signaled to Capt. Inch that any at vented from reaching the after holds distrlot, on the 9th day of October, tempt to launch Mfobcata would prove over which the women and children A. D 1913. dlsastcrous, and tho Carmania was were huddled. A. O. RONALD, Clerk, worked about until she was close to By E. D. Potts, D. C. Notice in laikruptcy. the Volturno. Capt. Barr then attempted to reach the burning ship In the District Court of the United ' Moving picture shows and illus-Mii- g with lines shot from tho ibow of the States for the Western District of trated songs ai Dr. Bean's opera Canuanla. But owing to the wind, oil Kentucky. In bankruptcy. house every , Friday and Saturday the shots went wide of tho mark. In tho matter of Patterson Boat nights. New songs and new pictures, Jn the meantime tho Carmania Works, a iartnershlp composed of A. and a fine evening's entertainment wireless operator had been sending C. Patterson and Ethel M. Welsh; and for 10c. out calls to all vessels which hap- A. C. Patterson and Ethel M. Welsh, Wariiig. pened to bo in that section of tho Individually bankrupts. transatlantic track. Nino vessels anOn this 9th day of October A. D., The minister was coming to dinner, swered thoso calls. 1913, on considering the petition of and the lady of the house killed a Soon after S o'clock the North Gor- the aforesaid bankrupt for discharge, rooster tn his honor. Her little boy man Liner, Grosser Kurfuorst, which filed on the 3d day of September A. was very much annoyed, and thought ailed from Bremen on October 4, -- ., , ai. o uiuvitu ut jiuo vuurv I it cruel. hove In sight. A little later the. Cor- - imui s Hvanug uv pau upon tao same Some time after this (the lad saw OVER HUNDRED f LIVESARE BIG REPUBLICAN v i k Fire that Ley-lan- BON. ED P MORROW M. KENTUCKY'S GREATEST ORATOR Will Address the Citizens of, Ohio County at The Court House in pass-cvrcn- HARTFORD. E7. Saturday, October 18th O'clock P. Nl., in the Interest of the County Republican Ticket. Vol-uin- o, . ss At - Men of all Parties Are Invited to Hear Argument in Fairness, Devoid of Abuse. rs Car-man- ia LADIES WELCOME! H. THOMAS, J. (Wn. ( E. G. BARRASS, Sec'y. Peter Parks to Danil Parks by will of record In Ohio County Clerk's of fice Another tract conveyed to Daniel Parks by Chas. Alexander by deed pf record In Ohio County Clerk's office in deed book "G" page 84. Said .racts containing 430 acres more or less. Same iland convoyed to W. E. 'Maxwell by deed of record In Ohio County Clork's office in deed book No. 3, pago 423 from A. L. Morton and wlfo. Said Iland then being conveyed by W. E. Maxwell and wife 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 Hand then conveyed by Mrs. L. M. Stevens to A. L. and W. N. Stevens, May the Uth. 1905, by deed of record in Ohio County Clerk's office .la deed book mo. 3i, page 9. said land then, con voyed by W. N, Stevens to A. L. Stevens by deed of record in Ohio County Clerk's office 4a deed book No 31, page 182. Excepting 50 acres from this sai'e bounded as follows Beginning at a, sugar tree and Beech on the bank of Rough river corner to Mrs. Yelser farm; thence S, 34 W. 307 poles to the corner or the Arment farm In Mrs. Yeiser'a'ine; thence IS. 72 W. 40 poles to a atone In Ar ment line; theaceN.54 B, 209 poles to or (less." a beech on Rough river; thence up said river with its meanders tof j beginning; containing 60 acres mora Said land levied and subject to a mortgage of $2000.00 hei'd by tho Bank of Haatfvd, mortgage in the sum of l nan " T x y 1M iv v. n ' n..nn t and mortgage of S , held by the irst National ank of Hartford, Ky. Said sale to be' made on a craHlt of stx months, bond with approved security required, bearing interest at tho rate of 6 per cent annum from the day of the saj'e and havlnz the foit ' and effect of a repi'evln bond. T. H. BLACK, S. O. C. that ate yer father." the minister coming up the road. He ran Into tho yard and begw putting all the hens and chickens into tho roosting place, saying all the time: "ShcO, shoo. Here comes the man Sheriffs Sale. By vlrtuo of execution No. 614 directed to me, which Issued from tho clerk's office of the Ohio Circuit .Court, in favor of the McHenry De posit Bank, McHenry, Kentucky, against A. L. Stevens for 220.00 and 15.00 cost, I, or one of my deputies, will on Monday the 20th day of Octo- ber, 1913, between the hours of 1 o'clock p. m. and 4 o'clock p. m., at the. Courthouse door in Hartford, Ohl county, Kentucky, expose to public aaln tn hn tilirhaat hMitpr. tha fnClnw described property, (or so much thereof as may be necessary to satis- fy the plaintiff's debt Interest and cost), "Three tracts of land in Ohio coun ty, Kentucky, on and near the waters of Rough river: One tract conveyed t Daniel Parka by George Madison by deed of record in Ohio County Clerk's office in deed book "F" page 383. Another tract conveyed by S.L. 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