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TAMMANY Jtatfeft DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS Hcpubiicrtit 7, 1913. 0 OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY t: Subscription $1 per Year No. IT HAKTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER cs L work, the local sale )s manged by tha SIXTY-MIL- E TRACT HAS society, which will receive 85 per SOCIETY OF EQUITY cent of tho proceeds. After the HIDDEN MILLIONS IN IT IN STATE UNION of the salo liae been paid, DEFEATED any balance romatnlng will be hold In trust by the Kentucky Tuberculosis Commission, and spent by them In whatever way promises to yield Meeting To Convene At Owens- - Marvelous Profits Taken From may be tho Fusion Candidate Elected usea best results. Such funds schools, The k'and Gold Mines in boro December to establish open air pay tho salary of a visiting "nurse By Great Majority. Africa. 8th, & 9th. for a county, or distribute to consumptives Instructions In regard to . homo care for the dlscaso.' million .pounds' worth Sweeping Gains Made By Repub: The. sale In Kentucky .was small Calhoun, Ky., Nov. 4. One week Thirty-seve- n ago the announcement went out that of gold in twelve months. That is last year. This year the Commission ' the next annual convention of the the output' of that particular stxty- licans all Throigh New hopes to dispose of 1,500,000 seals. Aniprlrjin Roeltv nt Knntiv would mile tract !nf twk.v rnuntrv In Smith -convene in Owoneboro on December . Africa known as the Rand, which wn York State. Preparing For the Stock Show. and slnco that time the Cham the scene of terrible strike warfare Preliminaries of the International ber of Commerce of Owensboro to recently; and it Is calculated that, the '4 at utucago, gether with somo of tho leading bus end of tho century will not see the car- - lave btocu. exposition "Wow York. Nov. 4. Fusion rled Now York City today, electing Nov. 29 to pec. 6, have been corn-Joh- n iness men of the City hae taken in gold mines exhausted. Since gold was entries aro being tabulated tercst in the matter, and recognizing first dlscojercd in the Rand about Turoy Alttchol mayor by the groundwork Jald for the best what it meant to have this import thirty years ago, something like 359, proximately 12l",000 plurality and talnjng control of the important board 'display of food 'Animals and draft ant gn.the.rlng In Kentucky they arc 000,000 pouhds sterling havo been' exhorses ever congregated In America getting busy and have very kindly of- tracted from 208,000,000 tons of rock of fctlmate by a safe majority. Tammany Hall saw Edward E. Mc- - r elsewhere, . Entries largely out-Ca- ll, fered their best endeavors ;to make torn from the bowels of the earth. Its nominee- - fpr mayor, go number those of previous years and this National mooting the best in the Tho working expenses, of course, are nf M onH wn pnrtrmmid nnrl annul fslna tt U tntm. galaxy or purebred ana fat live hlatnrt rtt tfm A down In defeat by ono of the big- may be gathcrd from the west nlunllty etc riven against an stock to be assembled may nev t want to say that we feel sure they involved will bo glad of tho encouragement fact that from the 37,000,000 worth of Imeot In the cotnpotitlvo arena again organization candidate. "Construction gangs are busy ln- - they have given so noble a cause whe gold produced in 1912, 13,555,000 lbs. KwwDlnir enlns were made bv Re- -' - creasing show facilities, buildings they learn that tho A. S. fo E. is was paid Jn wages, 7,865,000 going to nubjloans all through the state toor altered to pushing with untiring effort for a bet Europeans.) of whom 23,418 are em- in are being enlarged day, following .the campaign accommodate the expansion of the ter education; better roads, lmprov- - J ployed at the mines, and 5,661,000 lbs. which tho issue of "Tammany" rule was raised with almost as much vig- - exposition, and unsurpassed aceommo-o- r ed stock, better prices for farm pro to colored people, of whom 193,341 diare employed. outside of New York City as In datlon will be furnished both exhlb-th- o duets which combined will tend In stores consumed on the mines rectly to a better and nobler citizen- Itors and spectators, campaign hero. The Democrats In consequence of impending short-Ih- e altit new! In (ha An I urllt Iva rst 4n and for the working of the mines. In or tho ..lower branch of lost control estimable value to every class of bus - , eluding coal, 9,753,000 was spent as Repub- - ase of heef, pork and mutton, legislature. Seventy-fiv- e thirty-si- x Democrats, 'five ducers all over the United States Incss, and it seems that the announce well as 5,8,00,000 lbs. In developing Canada are devising ways and ment for this national convention has either existing mines or opening up I nnd Progressives Is tho result. tneans to expand productlo ad on caused unusual activity among work-- ! new ones, i This left a balance of th 8 account unusual lnterct Is being era of the organization and as the re- 8,000,000 lbs to be paid In dividends; Trenton. N. J.. Nov. 1913 exposition. The sult there has been reported to tho so that, roughly speaking, out of the to the election of James P. jkcn n State office to date in (the month of 37.000,0001bs. sterling 29,000,000 lbs. Imperative lesson of economy In Fielder, Democrat, governor, by a wUI bo taugl,t forclbl' and November dues of four hundred and remained in the country. 6f 15,000 over Edward C. d,uct,m clghty-nln- e Tliese remarkable figures concernmembers, this certain; Stokes, Republican. Tho surprising effectively, by the men who are now adopting the r methods indicates unusual activity for this ing tho vast Industry of the Rand ,,n feature of this election Is the light season of the year, but we hope this gold fields are provided by Sir Lionxot.. .u for Evmii Hoihv. th Wo- - to changing conditions. Now feeding and Problems wUl.be pre- - will be a very small report as com- - el Phillips, one of the shrewdest, and ; Colby's gresslve candidate. vote legist" partial Pared to what Is to follow, successful of the giants of the gold probably won't exceed 40,000 as sented In the stage of at mining industry, and equally interestS. B. Robertson, solution at his. gahering. compared with 145,410 by Colonel ing is the story which he unfolded 1913 International Live Stock i;ootcclt a ear ago. Fielder's vote Tho Louisville Election. during a lecture recently of how gold Exposition at Chicago will be so Is running slightly below Woodrow As was expected tho Democratic came to bedeposted in the Rand, from previous events of the Wilson's Inst jear, .which was 173,-2SLouisville won out iby from or Wltwatererand, to give it its propticket Stokes' oto will probably' ex- same nature that both those seek- 3000 in 5000, to tho "Progressives being er geographical name. ing Instruction and diversion will be ceed 150,000 as compared with 88,- Many years ago Witwatersrand was the contending irarty polling nbout well "rowarded by attending. i by Tart last year. 20,000 votes. The Republican ticket really an Inland sea enclosed by polled less than 2,000. Mr. Axton, the mountains which were gradually Boston, Mass., Nov. 4. David I. For Sale. Progressive nominee for mayor, says torn down by the action of tho water, . . ... . Walsh." Democrat, was elected ovn DOmllnf n. ho will contest the election, claiming and rocks deposited to a depth of ' '. .. Jl erno today by a plurality estimated , , .. over four and a half miles. After ' , the . at 50.000. The remainder of ! criAnnr Aln vjnra at this a volcanic upheaval took place, Ute ticket Is doubtful when tnrqe-- " ""' of "V? north Hartford on the Owensboro tlon in 1903. If the LoulsvllleHerald, dispersing the sea and breaking up fourths of tho district had reported. .pike. Will jT sell as a whole or will organ of the Progressives te to be the country into fragments. Tho Democratic leaders claim ti ' ' believed tho election mas a farce from "At tho me this upheaval took victory to? the state and JS'JL" me iriete .Ark., or beginning to end and should be In- place," said Sir Lionel, "the whole i., fnr (Rsee 'A. M of the earth's surface was cracked, to support the claim. Tho legisla- Hartford. Baruett one mile north of vestigated. Both Democrats and epublican leaders claim the election and through these cracks came up With ture continues Republican 14t4. V. G. BARNETT. was fair and honestly conducted. Plutonic rocks molten rocks and aft .slightly Increased majorities. 8-- 9; d, re-.aI ( pro-Mlca. dls-slml- ar 9. er them came up fumes gold In gaseous state. These rocks brought up BRYAN DENIES I solutions or vapors containing the gold. No doubt these vapors were chemically associated when they came up, possibly with chlorine. Tho chlor-'n- o It would cling to tho gold; but as It has a greater affinity for iron, it luivca the gold and clings to the Secretary Talks Guardedly Iron, and that deposits the gold free In the rock. as to Situation! ' "Tho theory as to the way which f the gold was deposited, which has .; tho, greatest scientific weight, is the Sees No Reason to Define Sich theory of Impregnation. Tho bods which have been deposited these ages Through The before were permeated by these fumes or solutions, and the chlorine having taken the Iron and freed the gold, loft the gold in the rocks as we find ULTIMAtUM , it Washington, Nov. 4. Tho 1 Mex- " . "."' " ,, K 'r"!t ta m.. i,iii Jv, T'n I 1 1 I i Indianapolis, Ind., Nov. 4. Joseph Ball, Domocrat, was elected mayor by 8,000 pluallty today. His vote was votawas 23,221. Dr. W. H. Johnson, 14,766; Progressive, was second, Bookwalter, Republican, fomer mayor, 14,315. Boll was aclttely supported by Thomas Taggart and United States Senator John W, Kern. 12. Vote of Ohio County November 4, IQ13 , . Rip. K Judge 5" Att'y. r P r Clerk Sheriff .H precincts. i : to?.,0M.enWpi'tPtsS a I J I ? H Jailer o jo As'sor. I a p S. Supt. o x I : P I : I I : i I ; 136 118 105 130 55 70 70 79 106 46 109 98 102 112 94 123 69 73 98 61 74 79 96 91 74 42 45 72 78 68. I E. Harttord W. Hartford Beda Sulphur Springs Magan Cromwell Cool Splngs . .. .. N. Rockport T. S. Rockport .T Select ' but Horse Branoh ..".. Cleveland, Noveiuber 4. With Rosine nineteen scattered' preclnots out, E Beaver Dam ;. Mayor Newton D. 'Baker, Democrat, yv. Beaver Dam .. .; was according to thai McHenry .. .. ;.. .. '.'.' .". count tonight by a majority of ;. Centertown majority two years .3,000. Baker's , . .. Smallhous ,, .ago was 17,000, tho Republicans making great inroads on that lead JB.Fordsvllle 'W. Fordsvllla r.r.' .1. :today. Philadelphia, Nov. 4, Pennslyvan?a today elected two judges of the suibal-J(- 4 perior court on the Very llttlo interest was displayed. Thero were four candidates. It Jg probable John J. Henderson and James Alcorn were reelected, Both ar Republicans. The unusually bitter contest for mayor of Pittsburgh resulted lu the, election of Jos. U. Armstrong over .Stephen Cf. Porter. non-partis- ; " 166 134 94 118 62 118 40 : : ? 175 132 91 110 54 118 53 116 63 78 69 160 125 132 72 89 31 155 110 17 66 62 J 164 135 93 119 58 118 60 121 74 .. ...... .... .... .. ....'.... ....."...'. ., ..n. 143 121 105 132 59 63 67 68 91 40 96 81 101 107 47 124 69 68 98 62 74 71 97 99 .7 ...... t?. fs '... ... . . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. I 4 Cincinnati, Nov. 4. The Dejmo- cratlc campaign ommlitee at: 11 of o.'clock conceded tho election Judge Frederick Spiegel, the 'Re- publican candidate for mayor, 'and the eaUre Republican city ticket by p luralitlM of more than 8,090, fotnavllle ihreve .. Jtaton . artleWs lleflln ,. Ceralvo 38 , fell talph .1 greatls farrows Pleasant.. ..r..N .. .. , 4 f State Sale of Cirittaai Seaji. r ii 61 71 33 37 62 Arnold' , ... . . .'. Rad Cross Society, and are for tale 20 47 18 22 23 47 43 ,. ... .. ?. Bender 36, during 'Deoembsr, to provide fund 49 40l 44' 37 36 45 46 48 47 Simmons . , . . ,. , r. .' . .' . . . crusade, f ior the rr win u soia mrougaout KeniucKy bis 2610 2688 2737 2657 2659 2662 2669 2695 2616 2813 3655 2703 2817 2505 2754 2664 Totataf. ,. .. r.' v jrear. Mr. Ray C RUley, of FraBk) 26 197 3 80 78 48 312 90 . ..' MalriUev.. t'fort, Is ihe, OeBMal Maaager foritie (Kte sale. ofaange the result hr The above, (table mayv.be sllgWly changed .by the official returns, but, U not expected'-tk In comtuuaUlM wUwre there aWI' laany rase. Toe BoeHt vote .fey precincts could sot 09 had, In .time for this issue.; It Is thought to be tho County." The vote of "Dr. Riley, for coroner, and Moxley, for Surveyor, is also missing. imMIm, bum about sactlve 1 jortlng nurses or doing educational each received a substantial vote7 but -- Rod Crosa CbrUtmas seals which are .issued annually by the American ..'.. i. V . 3 ,73 89 60 63 166 134 95 121 54 124 50 104 61 82 80 172 106 104 66 92 30 157 108 16 69 73 61 82 55 30 26 81 62 48 33 66 42 149 130 106 133 53 64 80 81 118 41 112 81 90 119 53 128 72 68 95 66 74 83 93 91 80 42 49 76 79 61 66 ' .... 153 152 127 136 89 108 131 117 60 50 66 113 43 76 102- 72 105 58 99 47 43 76 82 67 71 112 86 163 173 97 115 116 110 104 100 78 48 96 92 122 31 70 28 67 161 161 98 U5 124 62 18 17 69 73 69 67 77 62 CO 52 94 83 98 91 55 76 51 36 34 .28 28 28 46 77 77 73 70 76 68 47 63 46 23 64 24 33 60 60 19" 42 40 43 36. 51 134 127 102 144 62 65 65 14v 61 94 41 117 Ii 93 93 95 60 130 69 71 100 64 81 83 94 96 74 39 49 52 85 55 128 112 131 55 65 61 59 92 40 101 90 87 90 42 137 69 71 103 62 84 67 96 80 SO 95, 74 39 50 73 84 69 63 32 15 34 29 25 73 74 81 61 65 38 70 48 23 164 129 ,401 132 109 97 52 85 125 30 68 156 69 116 103 20 63 63 77 77 73 49 97 88 88 82 56 30 36 23 48 73 7 68 72 50 63 26 65 68 30. '23 53 53 39 : 145 138 108 134 48 69 68 64 90 42 106 86 I : 165 126 t 147 129 109 144 57 74 66 82 98 46 132 102 98 111 62 135 I 90 115 68 112 51 117 77 78 72 163 107 107 81 85 32 158 113 19 70 72 105 63 80 84 97 66 69 CO 90 61 95 75 165 132 95 107 57 108 50 90 59 75 56 149 108 105 62 82 29 152 104 16 64 60 60 84 173 149 94 110 57 121 47 99 63 78 74 153 110 IIC 70 94 31 157 105 17 67 69 51 88 66 55 26 27 77 71 29 26 76 78 45 23 49 45 71 P 28 77 71 46 23 63 80 61 67 '48 65 36 29 45 40 '23 C0-i- n and Winter Of 1912. - nnr onnUMrlKi aifmmnm mivtrA Two classes of average third grade t ton mad) b. the Unlted State children were given regular third toward the elimination of Gen. Huergrade work for twelve weeks in Sep ta, brought no response from the tember, inclusive, one In an ordinary, State department or other official well equiped school room, and the sources, beyond a brief statement other In an open window room. The from Secretary Bryan that no "ultl- open window room was provided with matum 1 been presented -movaDje cuair-aeswmen couia, oe Whether some other conimunlcft-pushe- d to the side of the room quid- tJon drastic than an ultimatum. ly. so that the whole center P:e hd, been' presented. Mr, Bryan post-w- as dhll- - tfve, available for exercise. Tho decllned 8tate maintain! dren were not given any of their taat 'fneSGovemment should toe free ,,.- - n, -- mi, K uiey uruvno - , tuvaia u.i bvuwj; b.4v themselves with the necessary cloth- through the press. ing for cold weather; no difference President Wilson left early to cast was made between the rooms, exhis vcte In New Jersey, returning cept that the windows of the open late this evening. iMeantlme Seers' window school were kept open at tary Bryan remained at the State top and bottom all day every day, Department, where there were no signs' and no heat admitted to the room, of unwonted activity beyond tho conunless tho temperature ran below 50 stant inquiries concerning the reports de?grees. Several times dally tho from Mexico City of anothr urgent desks were pushed out of the way, communication. and tho children were given 'brief quarters Its was" In physical exercises to stimulate the admitted have that negotiations circulation. been proceeding In pursuance, of In September and October both Presl.de.nt Wilson's, determination classes made about the' same progress the elimination of Huerfa as both in physical development and In a flactor in iMcxico. That this' intheir studies, because the moderate volved the delivery to the Mexican, weather allowed both rooms to keep authorities of another communication their windows continually open. How- was also admitted, though It was ever, In November and December .the said this communication did not parchildren of the open window school take of the nature of an ultimatum. forged ahead. Being lu a natural d diplomatic term, This atmosphere all day, they did not suf- H was pointed out, marks a stage In fer from colds. They were .active In negotiations where one party notimind, close In attention, Joyous In fies the other that a compliance with spirits, and easy to discipline. At certain demands must be mode by a me ena 01 iwetve .weens uieir av- - twA hour and date, leaving lit to erage gain In weight was two pounds .wt JnfePed that lorce would lbe used per pupu, for one pound in itne otn-- lf necessary to bring about a comer grade; a comparative test show- - i piianCe i ed also a considerable percentage, The J fa often popularly-gemore of improvement in their to iBdlcaIt0 urgent, diplomatic Btud,e8, 'communication that lnslrfeot,-l'oal- Every system of artificial ventlla- - cu,ated to brJng aegotJatloM to tlon removes from the air Borne of a definite issue, and some offlcals sue Its vitalizing qualities. Every home geated prot)aWy y jn thft and school needs to get back to na-la- st ta rsnM that the tem wafl ture'soir. Sickness of body, and slow wporB of uUm tokeQ at migo development of mind, are tho prices cltv gs paid tor close, warm school rooms. pubIhe correspondence already In Lexington and Louisville, al- lished shows that President Wilson ready, fresh air schools, with fre- has from the beginning Insisted that quent cold baths and special diet, the 'United tSates Government can-vj- sl are restoring sickly children to nor- not recognize tin legality of Huerta'8 mal health. If nature's air, moist or claim to the presidential office, and dry, hot or cold. Is beneficial to a also that the elections held sick child, how can It harm a lien th on October 26. in Mexico, fell, short onoT of meeting the Washington view of" Tho Kentucky Tuberculi.it!& Com- the requirements of the constitution. mission, Frankfort, wl" giadly. adConsequently, It was said today. vise any teacher who desires to Im- It is a loclcal deduction that this prove tho condition In his school. last note or communication was in the lino of development of a policy City Election. which President Wilson has consistFollowing Is tho result of the vote ently pursued from the beginning in Hartford city fiction last Tuesday. and that in substance it amounted FOR MAYOR. . to a rather sharp reminder to Gen. 119 J. C. Her Huerta that the United States Go vertf-me108 , C. O. Hunter now looked to him to "meet Its FOR POLICE JUDGE. expectations and give way to some 126 Otto C. Martin regularly constituted authority cal103 J. P. Miller culated to bring peace to 'Mexico by I FOR COUNCILMBN. commanding the hearty support of th' 120 J. C. Bennett faction now at war. , 118 A. D. White these views; ' In communicating W. H, Gillespie il9 however, it Is said, the officials here 114 A. E. Pate ,are desirous of having their move- -, A. C. Yetaer , 116 meats proceed n a normal and nom-iln- al 113 J. D. Ralph manner, without an over empfca-,sl- s, S. A. Bratcher 105 which would Imply 'at all the 108 T. H. Black '.... IftQ I resources of diplomacy had been exQ T n.rnnlt hausted. 101 M. W. Barnard W. C. Schlemmer .t 100 Sckool Taxes. 108 J. W. Tayjor School taxes for .Hartford White Graded Common School District No. For Sale. 1, are now due. If not paid before Good farm in Ohio county, near Nov. 1, 1913, a penalty of 6 per Barnetts Creek church, containing cent will be added. 120 acres, all in cultivation escept Hartford School Board. 6 acres. Good dwelling, bartv T. H. BLACK, Collector. uti. ana an in 'gooa repair. Well watered and in the oil belt' For For Sale Saw mill outfit complete, terms and particulars apply at this planer, brick sad tile machine. e. 'soaable terms. BBAN BROS., Hart-17t-f. BARNETT & SON, Agents, ford, Ky. 134 . well-informmuch-abusent om-ouiwi1 Res-offic- Open Window Schools Successful. ican situation was the subject of widespead comment In Washington Under tho title "Revitalizing De today, but the day's developments in vitalized Children," Dr. V. W. Roach, official quaters added little of a def of Philadelphia, has made a report inite or tangible character conceal of a. test conducted in the Bache ing the exact status of affairs. school of that city during tho fall The renorta from Mnzlv flLtv that. , V! V3 li&av. A-- a. ;j.-.iA4t- iMrWWu'liii t,mU ..swrfi I Bo wling Green Business University BOWLING GREEN, KENTUCKY. The students wlo went to positions in July and August will earn $60,000 in their first year after leaving school, and this is almost $50,000 more than they ever made in any other one year. In other words, by taking a business course by six. A course in Bookkeeping, Shorthand. Stenotypy. Telegraphy. Railroad Ac they multiplied their earning-powe- r counting, English, Penmanship or Typewriting can be completed in a few months. , Write the School for Its Catalogs, Bankers Books, Zeus determined to overwhelm then: An earthquake preceded the slnklm of the land, and there camr a great Rate-Shee- ts, Photographs and Other Information. 'Xy it inure ircf." Mr. II. It. r ration tells us that he has "known an 'old Motlemi Look Upon It at 6icred and man' to cover nineteen feet at each Boy storm which brought the sea rushliu V bound for full half a mile." and he Guard It From Intrusion. In over the once fruitful land. " lie raised the Blue Riblion car. average how The .die of Nineveh Is almost per- believes that he does leap "an Mcfore thl.i deluge Atlantis ni tin In Hoj's Clubs all over the country the prizes are going to tA fectly level, but adjoining the western of mil twenty feet." The Lost Atlantis That Was greatest power In the world. Pomicllji ivnll are two huge mounds that conceal Mr. l..dekker Is of opinion that boy who uses the right fertilizer. That means enough said. Not only had It made war against kangaroo leaps "not far short ol the Infant nations of Europe, conquer-lu- the palaces of the greatest kings of Swallowed by the Sea. France and Spain and Africa as Nliieveli. Ou the lower or southern thirty feet," and Mr Thomas Ward " I'nli gives It "at least far as the Nile, but colonies were es- moiiiid stand a mosipie and u village ably Mr.as Itiulyard thirty feet "twenty Kipling's A NATION OF MANY LEGENDS. tablished lu Mexico. In Central Anicr if considerable size, says a correspondAve feet to a hound" Is near enough to mice x solid, wrll filled, and perfectly ihipH ent of the Chlistlau Herald. lea and along the valley of the Missisnr The village Is iiaincd Nebi Yuiius, or as n general rule. sippi. The mound builders were colo Ue 20O to sort poundi Kalnit pr acre to biUrm- - enhrr Hut with this more than Olyniph green or sUlJe manure ami be sure that the fertilizer m the Prophet Jonah, for the mosquo Plato Got Hia Story of the Continant 'sts from Atlantis. After the destrucute contiim 8 to to per cent Potash. and Its Ruin From Solon, the Old Ion of the parent continent the east-it- contains the tomb In which .louali Is , leaping power they seem conimonlj AIc your dealer to carry goodi of that gride. U he and the western hemispheres lost sain to nave been burled. Hie age of either unable or unwilling to rise any Lawgiver The Theories That Were dwsn't we will tell you any amount of ToUih, from one ill remembrance of each other, as both the tomb is uncertain, but It was prob- height from the ground Their spe Built by Ignatius Donnelly. aoo lb. bag up, and you can add it yourself. Mr if them nt last forgot the great Atlan ably built long after the Hebrew proph- chilly ls broad Jumping only :1s, or If they remembered at nil et's time. However, the place is now Ward says that they "cannot clear an Knr out beyond the Pillars) of Don't forgtt thit, for Fetath Pay " It only as a legend, a faint sacred, so sacred that pilgrims from obstacle greater than four feet." and n whore the Atlantic oceiin GERMAN KAU WORKS, Inc. high five foot fence Is commonly a fur visit It. utretclips broad and deep today, men of m shadowy tradition. 4 n "I rode up the steep, narrow streets enough for any kangaroo paddock. Only a few of the thousands of In Chicago. McCorniKk 5,0kf NtwOrlrim. Whitner lmiiKinntlon like to believe there lies n London Times. vcuim uini Diac. Allinil. r.CDDifr Illdi Hie village to the mosque." writes u rrmciieo, il.lilorni it burled kingdom. The sea washes over .'labltants of Atlantis escajied. but these uf few carried to Europe the seeds of the the Herald's correspondent, "dismountbsnamb. Hank (, Tiuii its once fertile plains, and creatures of white man's civd'zatlou. They settled ed and entered the yard. A crowd of UMc. Memory In Old Age. - In the deep Mont lu and out union jj Its top-Ways of the memory In later life exEgypt nnd lu eastern Europe and excited Arabs quickly surrounded me. lows towers. I explained to u priest Seaweed and silt have were the forbears of the Aryan race. that I had come ercised the famous Dr. Jowett of Ox burled Its temples for lO.fpO years. Kansas City Star. to see the grave of Jonah, and with ft ford when he reached It. but he found you fail to Here, scientists of n romantic turn will motion of the hand I made him under- consolation. "At tlfty-flv- e remember things words, pictures, per tell you. lies the lost Island of AtlanNever too poor, too ugly, too dull, stand that I should reward him. my shoes. I followed the priest sons after six mouths or a year's In tis, where once there ruled the richest to-- sick, too friendless, to lie useful to tervnl. Vet the circle of objects wlilch through a dark passageway. and most powerful of the earth, a iouie one. Kate Gannett Wells. &JZ& . Then he pointed to a wall nnd said you recognlzu Is ever liecniulng wider, world power while wolves still howled HAVE YOUR SUITS the tomb was Just beyond. I wished to and this power of recognition Is a upon the seven hills of Itome ami the DRINKING IN RUR0PE. enter tin prayer room, from which the great gift If cultivated. There Is the jllory that was Greece lay yet un" ; tomb Itself might be seen, but the placo greatest value In 'forgotteu knowldreamed. But today nil that remains of the lost Munich Heads the List In the Quantity ws considered far too sacred for nir edge.' Instead of the stores of mem of Beer Consumed. profane feet. The few Christians who ory oppressing you. with a little trou Mngdom Is a little group of Islands, Norwegians are one of the most tern- - have been permitted to see the tomb I ,,,e S ran recall all that Is useful or the Azores; mountain tops these that and Dyweie not wholly overwhelmed when perate of northern nations, consuming may only look through it small window necessary." And to Lady Wemyss. rethe proud lsl tnd sank Into the sen. but ItJJA pints of beer ami - of bran- - Into a dark chamber. In which a cloth covering from Illness, he wrote: "I.Ike eing done. covered mound Is barely discernible. It J'011' ' read " nook through and do not Mnny years ngo nn Irishman. Ignatius dy per head of population yearly. J he Dane drinks on the average I5U Is snl.l that no Moslem will enter tho remember a word of It. I think, how work givui Dotinelly, who possessed an active ever, that the reading of the hook has and n mind which worked pints of beer, but little wine, and onlj inner shrine." an effect, nnd if I read It agalu I unTho nlong Interesting- - mid unusual lines, 3ft pints of brandy eaehyearj derstand It better. I believe that as Hats Cleaned and wrnle n book nbout Atlantis. In which Swede manages to consume 84 pints of Neglected Negative. The lo-lie proved, to his own satisfaction nt beer mid l.'l of spirits. The Itussi.ui "A young man." said the ready made we e our power of memory we may drinks 7H.. pints of vodka and the same philosopher, "should learn to say 'no.' " iuciease the, power of rcniinlsi-eni-le.nbt, that the lost klugdom really examount of beer. The Frenchman, isted smd was not a fable. Work called for and "Yes." replied Parmer Corutossel. "I that Is, of recalling what we want lu The earliest authentic information however, takes WO pints of wine. 1.1 of feel that my boy Josh ought to take at small quantities for a short time." about this mystery land we find in beer. AS of brandy. The Itrlllslier least that much trouble. When I ask of whisky him to help around the place he simply Did the Romans Smoke? I'lnto, vtho averred be liad it from his soothes himself with Club $1.00 per "Why Is It that smoking never crept grandfather. Solon, the famous law- or gin. :; of claret and '1H of beer. gives me n haughty stare." Washing The Dutchman will drink fH pints uf ton Star. Into Itoman literature?" I lime askisl. giver, who had spent some years To which a correspondent answers that among the Egyptians. Plato told of n beer and I'J of brandy. Taking every It has crept. It Is mentioned by Pliny great continent which had existed !).000 German province (o obtain an average. Hartford Pressing CIA, Accommodating. He records the Use yearn before lying to the west of the It is found that the German consumes "John. If I should die I want you to N. II. ixvl, pints of beer. 10K of wine and protnlse me you wouldn't marry again or coltsfoot for smoking and rccom OUNtViKK Ur,r)(J.fCKXTKIl ST. Plum's of Hercules and making war 187& mends smoking the dried roots and upon the nations to the east. Only Ir'Ji of spirits. In Munich., however, within a year at least." HARTFORD, KY. Alliens and Egypt were able to with- the average amount per head ilses to "All right. Go ahead. I'll promise leaves of this plant as a reined) for obstinate colds and coughs. 'roni this stand the onslaughts of the Atlantans. 830J6 pints, being the highest of any anything."-Chlca- go Itecord-nerald- . the botanical name or the coltsfoot and then suddenly, "In a day and a province, while the lowest avenge ob(tilssllagoi. which means "cough eascr."' night." the Island was overwhelmed tains in the northern province of Our Language. Here the Inhabitants are satis-tiehas been derived llrltMi Iio.vh who and Mini; Into the sea. This was the "So when you to her with only 14 1 pints of beer per uhit wmit nil to broke the news have neither coughs nor colds still story Solon hud from the Egyptians till..?' head. Ladies! SaTe WoDer and Kcep ia' and which his grandson wrote down, "Yes. hut It didn't take her long to "ioke coltsfoot surreptitiously and tlud Buying Is the least of all addictThe Italian l"111 " "'nue.s sail,rnelurily sick and the legend has persisted ever since. stye by Reading Hclall s collect h..rsir Tnnisrrlnt London Spectator Dlodoitis Slcnliw. u liomau writer, ed to alcoholic beverages, tnklug only Magwine and Usinj McCall TalttrM tells 'jw the Phoenicians discovered .'$ pints of beer. l"i of alcoholic beverUndesirable. .Vc'Yl'i r!it!-"'l"- t 'n in p'e inland in tue Atlantic ocean ages and 144 of wine per head. PearBad Calculation, "Are ihey desirable tenants?" MfCAlLS MACAZIH: son's Weekly. betw a the Pillars of Hercules, sev-m- l John, who was gulng to lied 1 For this is tV J i "Dear inc. no. They're nice people. i ' all from the coast of Africa, baking '"-- ul in 9& is hut they've got four ehlldu-i- i ""' n.iving no ngnt. uns grop i i.i ro Star Colors. In Thin ,iiiih1 abounded in nil manner of 2 Hint makes "the his way (the bed being one ot tinI i '" tI Kree Press. M r b.ikln)T better." II t illir Professor Edward C. Pickering of old fashioned kind, with high tu-lieliet The soil was exceedingly fer' ill v ' tile. The scenery was dlvcrsltled by Harvard has been able to show that It leavens tho ii postsi Jutm, In feeling for the bed ,t :i ;fcr-r The path of duty Is the way of safety : ' i .!. fo od even y 11 post, missed It wild his hand and liiei'u, Mountains and forests.. It .was Ptolemy had an excellent eye for color ouil the road to honor. per- i X tliroughout; piiir.1 J lli'j ciittniu of the Inhabitants to retire values; that William Herschel had a struck It with his nose. '... It uj) to niry light- - 11 ji'i ij dining the summer to magulflceut strong sense of red. but was a little VERDICT OF THE AUDIENCE. Well!" he yelled. "That Is the llrst , ncss, iniikcs It de 11 which stood lu the weak ou the blues; that the noted ountij hoii'-es- , time I knew my nose was longer than l lightfully iippetixing , mliJvt vf bc.iiitlful gardens. I'lsh and astronomer Still, of the tenth century, j Ordeal Which Budding Actors In Nor- my arm Monthly I and wholesome. V J ' gnni" ucre round lu grc.it alntiidance: was another who had n good color j mandy Musk Face. . I" Hcuicinhcr C.iliin.-SMcCatl itt'ctci wi. r. ii.i tlio cHujnte was delicious and the trees vision; that of arlous other ancient! Gueising His Trouble, It Is not without te.ir that nu actor is UKHlt-ndin - .., )ouriir nml . hil,i . buro great crop-- , of fruit at till wmmiiis astiououii'i'K some were we.il; on the' makes his debut In the capital of Nor"I sometimes teel as it tin- - world lu nyloanO l'i I highest in qualii. ,n j reds and some ou tlfe blues IIN as. mandy. A debut in the French prov- had little use tor me that things wouiil ruin rr r ! Hi" je.ir. Ask your gro - fJr rm r. W mi Cm Y Soundings made by Ilrltlsh ami sci'tloiis are bused ou the practical ince i is by no means an easy ordeal to ko on jusi ,is wen n i cr. out of it C.ilumrt. Don't tAu i a B ' f tliltlOIII'l " !' ' " Aiiii'i'l .in M'snels have kIidwii conclii-iwl- j certainty that the color of the stars has pass through. An actor has a tight to "Come, cheer up. old man I'rerii i ii substitute. lietorc iioic lutmu.i.ui.ii'A.M.jjvii that suriouiidiug the Azores not changed In these centuries Most jI choose three different p.uts. says Mine. thin tomorrow you ma meet some "u Received Hljhoat tlicie Is a Mibiiiergcd plateau, which It of the old astronomers have left recwno win tool; just us good to )ou Sin ords of the colors of the various stars. Ithea, which must be played Inside of a "s the other one ever did (Iiicm nut require much imagination to mouth. and these values he applied to standIdentity with the "ilcli plain" iiieutluu zisBixzsszwm no Kocord-llcnild- . The llrst '1 fr.oc., Mirch. 1112. . ards established 'by taking the aver- significance:and second debut Inivo ell lij Plato. Kroin this lost continent may he lecclved coldlv, he age color value of certain stars given 1 Duimeily believed that ridges of laud critically or enthusliistlcall)-- lt has no Bad Form. ran to the present coasts of South by a number of Harvard observers. Itrother-Wh- at meaning: the third one decides his did ,vou say to that Anu'ilui and Africa, originally, so that Saturday Evening Post. fate. That"" night after the piny tho nld chap Just now? sister-- 1 only befoie the time of which Plato wrote manager, very solemn lu his dress suit. .hanked him for picking un mv hair Able Assistant, the cistern and western hemlsiheres appears before the audience ami says: llrother-M- y dear girl, you must learn Tlu. uimlll v..i. .,1- .. ,.l..n.v.,i., .k weie connected by laud. Thus he ;'",l,KO,",M u,uUui '" '" ,H K" ""i,Ktl'V Krn,"r"1' w '"" was noted for His tiresome sermon ' Succeed when everything e'se fjil5 for many similarities lu the ' ''. """niigement 'Joiie. y.o.l know. nowadays.-Und- oi, nl.V,r l,L'!" ' In nervous proitratioi nnd female plants mid animals of tho two hemls-phcic- overheard ...two friends of his father I wishes to know the verdict of the pub- - Punch. ., .... .. i weakneae they ro the supreme iiou now ., ,, which otherwise are very dif- nu,iiun nun ui.v uir.v icmcdy, thousands have tejimei hard It was to keep awake during .. . . ficult to explain I Ililll II I'll llllllllll'IlM fU I'llMHlM WIS. llll V. . t r. b. Ml. Her Life Long Passion. them. The following Sunday while FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND The lonllncht ns described by Plato Is printed in large letters the A girl huhy begins to illit with men the minister was preaching he was which STOMACH TROUBLE wtis mountainous, but was surrounded 9P' totaBSSSSJJJJJ(JJJJJSISSS(A4iL ustouuded to see his sou throwing peb- wonl "Accepted." If the actor pleases when she Is about two years old; So it ia tho best medicine ever told by vnst fertile plains. It. was rich lu the audience applauds: If not. It Jilsscs far as we can determine she keeps It galbles over a druggist's counter. prci ions metals and had numerous tem- lery. at the congregation from the manager produces another up until she Is iiImiui nltiety.-Alba- iiy " iisissisisMwsssswisssassswsssisssis" The clergyman frowned angrily until the ples mid statues of fold and bllver am placard with the word "defused." Knickerbocker Press. at til in. when the boy piped out lu u Then the applause Ivorj. starts again, withI In the sudden and violent destruction clear treble voice: He is the truly courageous man who right, pop. You go on preach- out regard for the feelings of the poor, "It's all of Atlantis, "hi one dreadful day and ing. I'm keeping them awake." Phil- broken hearted girl or boy '.who has 'never drispouds. night." Donnelly believed lie saw tho been waiting In thawing for the verLUNCS anb CURE origin of the legend of tho deluge, so adelphia Ledger. dict of that Inhuman "Jury called the m unlvciHiil among the followers of all public Argonaut. What Toxa8 Admlro. is your husband cross? An irritreligious. The Biblical deluge, the is hearty, vigorous life, according to flood In which the Creeks believed, able fault flailing disposition Is oft-e- n LEAP OF A KANGAROO. Hugh Tallman, of San Antonio. from which only Deukallon and Pyrrlia duo to a disordered stomach. A -wo lino,- - ne writes, "that nr escaped, tint overflow which Chaldean man with good digestion Is nearly N.v.r Over Four F.et High, but May King's New hlta Pills surely nut now legend tell of all these, Donnelly be- -. .. ,. me ana eI10rgy ,nt0 a .)er80n wifo lieved, had their foundation In the deluive been permanently Precisely how far a big kangaroo and 1 believe they are cured of struction of Atlantis. the best ,,., dispute. ,. Pluto tells us (hat the race of the stomaclr trouble by taking Chamber- - can Jump - is a matter ANB ALL THROAT AN IIIMTBOW ' . l Ilnlll'o ToMotd-. .. - troubles. 25. """"ttO", HVBr 1 awrs hmnU-m- h n ucai- - A wrWor- In rUMuull. I... uu j til... or ulanoy -.p ........... v. JI u, vuuiniunn, miu rauen irom ineir nigu cU. ut all ftUAXAMTMJIO ATIiFAClO . m toryjwysth.it they can leap "oYer t?q. B,Hl8i entuje and committed sins, uud tut awj O XOV1T UX9VMDXV. TOMB OF JONAH. ii BRIDGED AN OCEAN Ask the Who Won tin-gre- POTASH a.j v.. u Her-cuIo- j Cleaned Pressed j Repairing 4- neatly Ladies special attenticin. Repaired. TuBSW delivered. month. rate d I Baking j Powder J f I When J J . 1 rj I i 1 I , i , ii- - ' f i J .' ! "' r IAwurda I - - momf ", , Electric Bitters u ....... IMS fALUMtff KILLthc COUGH the wr Dr. King'i .., ..,, ..., 1 ., Niw Discovery ...... ..... E. ,... ..,... V.tl e ttv..n. T'. FMC8I!W srfSfe -- .. ..I. HA ? tlmbtAm t t f- t fMJUK.bK - JOURNAL I STAGE FRIGHT. Frse A LAND OF WHITE HOUSES. Not Even a Veteran Is Wholly For 1913. You can not keep posted on current events uuless you read the mtld tbnt there lire rciilly few public lorxoimiieH who nro froe from llnhlllt.Y to Miikc fright. The veteran Is im lllioly to be affected nt the novice. I're(itently the nttncl: comes when I en t expected, iiml. no mutter bow In tt From the Diteate. often the may never feel quite certain that he will not the tortures of this form of speulo-- r or the nrtNt hit ve-- f need mi midlence. he enn (i COU WEEKLY SER- - JOURNAL HENRY WATERSON, Editor iiprvoimneis. It Im ii curious fnct ,'verthelei that wince frljjlit poiiictiniurf stliiinliiles Instead of hopelessly cuiifuliiK the i.penl;er or performer. There In a Htory to the effect that m friend of Ciiniiliij; ' onco observed to him Just ns that frrent man was nbout to address the Loimsvii.i.r, K v. COURIER-JOURNA- L AND .HARTFORD REPUBLICAN Both One Year for $1.50. Regular price of Weekly Courier-Journ- al measure: "Why, your hands are cold and clammy. You arc nervous." "In that enBe," Canning U reported to have replied, "I Hhall make n good peecli." And the prediction was fully verllled, since the orator was at lib) very best on that occasion. For obvious reasonn musicians nre among the worst sufferers from stage fright. One artist trembles, another perspires excessively, n third suffers from headache, and a fourth Is consumed with n terrible thirst. Its most embarrassing manifestation, chlclly among those performing upon stringed Instruments, lies In the ncrvoiw trembling of the bow when sustained notes arc attempted. Pianists, too. have their troubles In thN respect, and many artists Imve told of eaj.es wherein "their lingers ran away with them." Singers experience a ."catch In the throat" that Is deadly, to say nothing of a twitch-luof the lips, fatal to clear enunciag houe of commons on an Important In Berrr.uda Are All of Whitewaahed Coral. The most striking things nbout n l. Ilerintidlaii bouse nru Its color and White does not begin to express tho vivid, radiant, penetrating purity of Its smooth, unbroken surfaces. In the IntetiM) sunlight the dazzling loofs give forth a halo of reflected light where the roof Hue Instead of standing out sharply ngalnst the sky blends Imperceptibly with It. Iterniudlnii iiones aie built today, as they were tommies ago. of coral blocks llteiall.t s.iwed oilt of the hillsides. A Hermudliiu (piarry Is a pieer institution. Tor convenience It Is um-nlllocated on tlm xliln nf n lit. I only a thin layer of sII (overs the cornl. The bloi Us are sawed o t by negroes with Ion,', coarse tootiied hand saws and cut In uniform sizes nuvMir ing nbout two feet Ion.', one font wide and six Inclini thlels. The rim's uncovered with overlapping hlnlis an Inch Building v HOUSEKEEPERS1 Must be Watchful For great efforts are being made in this vicinity to sell baking powders of inferior class, made from alum acids thlclc. tion. $1.00 a year. We can also make a special rate on Daily or in combiSunday Courier-Journnation with this paper. al It Is related that Ilublnsteln. In the height of his powers, gave over the pro Ills of n lucrative engagement for no other reason than that he suffered an attack of thhs curious malady. IIarpe,r's Weekly. ANCIENT A MONOPOLIES. When taken from the quarry these coral blocka and slabs are very soft, but after being plied up for a month or so and exposed to the air tliey become hard and linn. Kven then, however, the coral Is porous, so that all llermudlan boues are covered with n thick coat of whitewash or lime a quarter of nn Inch deep. This bides nil cracks and Joints and gives the sur face a beautiful, smooth finish. To keep the bouses in good condition n coat of whltewnsh Is applied each year. What little wood Is used for floors, verandas, interior trim and shutters can be obtained from the cedar trees that grow on the same hills where the stone is quarried. With material so bandy and ready for use with so Httlo work It does not cost much to build In Ilermudn. In some of the older houses and churches the cednr beams nre locked into the masonry exnetly ns n shipbuilder would do It. Big chimneys, sloping roofa to catch the rainwater, stone porches and windows filled with green shutters that push outward are features common In many Ttcrmudlnn bouses. Country Life In America. PERSIAN RIVERS. and lime phosphates, both undesirable to those who require e cream of tartar baking powder to make clean and healthful food. high-grad- pure, healthful, grape cream of tartar baking powder, of highest strength, and care should be taken to prevent the other brand in its place. The official Government tests have shown Royal Baking Powder to be a substitution of any Royal Baking Powder costs only a fair price per pound, and is cheaper and better at its price than any other baking powder in the world. To Get Advantage of This Cut Rate, Orders Must Be Sent to Us, Not to : 1 Courier-Journa- l. OCTOBER- - NOVEMBER t Bargain Offer 1 During the Months of October and November You Can Get Louisville Titnes rev The maii -- One Vear ,11 $3.00 1-7- Sis Months the 5 And You Can Have HARTFORD REPUBLICAN In addition for one year, ifjou will add 60 cents to the price named above for THE TIMES. THE LOUISVILLE TIMES is the best afternoon daily paper published in the South or West. Democratic in politics; fearless in all things. It prints ALL the news ALL the time. This special bargain ofleris good only for subscriptions sent to THIS PAPER tfiot to the Times) during October and November Lou-isville only. Send Subscription Order At Once, To Us No subscriptions accepted for any tenn except . M$x months or one year. ' They Take a New Name at Every Town Upon Their Banks. In Persln a river is generally called by the name of the town on its banks, and therefore changes its name at each town it reaches. "This," writes Colonel Stewart in "Through Persia In Disguise," "makes it very difficult to learn tbe right names of tbe rivers. "My groom was nn Armenian and very much more intelligent than ordinary Persians, since he had been educated at a mission school at Ispahan. One day he was swimming nbout In some water we passed, and I said to him, 'No doubt you learned to swim In the Kayeudeu ltud the river that flows by Ispahan. 'No, sir,' be replied, 'I did not learn to swim in tbe Znyen-de- h ltud, but in tbe Ispahan river.' He actually did not know that the large river passing his native town was called theZayendeh ltud, or, In other words, that tbe Ispahan river and the Znyendeh ltud were one and tbe same. "Another Instance of this confusion Is shown by what people call the Abrlslitnl liver. The name of the river is tlie Kal Mura, but the majority of Persians and also Europeans cross it on the main post road between Meshed and Teheran by a bridge that was built by a silk merchant and that is or the silken called bridge; o they call the river the 'Abrlshml' or the silken river, which is certainly not Its name. The river, which flows by Kbusf, although at this Dangerous Golf. point very slightly brackish, lower One of the rules of the Weston super down becomes very salt Indeed and Mare (Knghind) Golf club rends, "A finally Is lost In thedeserr. hall may be lifted and dropped with "Karcz, or underground canals, car the loss of n stroke when played withry tbe water of this river In every dirailings surrounding the powder rection over tho country. I think tbe in the uiaga7.lue." There appears to be an wonderful patience shown by the Perelement of danger In this klud'of golf sians In the labor of excavating these which reminds a London writer of n underground channels for water is surcertain golf course on the West Afri- prising. Kvery drop of water baa to can coast, whore the eighth and nlntl' be bored for nnd tunneled through holes nre always optional, as several miles and miles of ground before the golfers are said to Imve been lost there precious liquid reaches the crop for owlIng'to the proxlmjty of the Jungle, ,, which It Is Intended." whic Is kn'owu to be n favorite lair of the lion Arabia's Orange Groves. Ill Omn there arc groves of date Goda. A Dih For tha palms covering nn niea of sixty miles I.lver and onions, artistically blend- long null averaging two miles In width ed, produce a fragrance that, wafted to In the coast country known as the the summit of Olympus, would ciiukc nn estimated half million trees kick over the the Jovial Jove to in tbe Wadl Semall, large groves at kettle and come tliuudcrluy Hostock in fact, everywhere that wn-tdown the craggy steeps in quest of n Is to be obtained this wonderful new dish for the gods. Kausas City plant U cultivated, and In tbe entire Star. country there nre probably no fewer than 1,000,000 trees. Causa For Worry. "1 feel Tory uneasy. It's pouring A Mean Man. with rain, and my wife went out with"Why nre you weeplns, my child?" out nn umbrella." said the supervisory relative. "Has "No doubt she'll take refuge In n your husband hurt your feelings?" shop somewhere." "Terrlbly He snld tbnt If I marched "Yes: that's Just, w.hnt'u worrying tun In tbe suffragette procesbton I would sd'-P- ele Mele. look as funny us he did the day he wore a borrowed uniform nnd rode a 8afs. horse that was ordinarily occupied In There nre n thousand ways in which hauling bricks." Washlugtou Star. n inun can make u donkey of himself, but be can never go wroriic'by telling' A Change of Heart. tbe young mother tliut the baby looks "Peck isu't happy, His wife la conlike hor and Is beautiful. Galveston tinually saying sharp und snappy News. thlu;s to him." "Why. lie told me before be married Tid. and Tied. her that was what be admired must Son Borne one says. dad. flint there's about her." s tide In the affair of men which "Yes. but be considered it wit then." leads to fortune. What kind of tld Boston Transcript Father-Ti- ed down Is tbnt? ".Practical to business. lioetou TrauaerlpL Vry Plain. -The Six Seasons Olrl You ask me Piling an tha Agony. to marry you. Can't you see my anEditor (to artist who hasn't bad h swer In my fuco? Tbe Hon. Bertie njuare meal for a inotbi Your car (nhsontly) Ye. It's very plain. Lorn 'am 'are too serious: we want pic- don Tptler. ' ture) ,b.ut lmjJttf B9Vle laugh.-I- Jf. h -Hah-tiiuia er Corner In Corn In the Early Daya of the Egyptians. The evil of monopolies and rings was known to ancients. Aristotle referring to them In his "Politics.'' and then, as now, it was found necessary to bold them In check by legislation. The whs In Itoman law called a dardannrliis and punished under the l.ex Julia de Annoim. Monopolies fish mid all articles of food were prohibited by the Emperor Zeno under pain of confiscation and exile, so that It Is certain that the rings of the indent days were as mischievous ns they are now. At Athens a law limited the amount of corn a man might buy. The earliest recorded Instance we have was a corn ring. 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We are many thousands of dollars enlarging our sales organization', .but to learn all particulars. It 'twill coft yon only thetprlce et svjtqstal card. p.. rni j KMjjSSnfjfnSStKBBGBKt Our 4 oJ JUkfarCaialflguslST.. ' TUC UlflTflD J ' . SAFE & LOCK CO. Hw Horn. Capacity 20,000 Safes Annually, CINCINNATI, OHIO asaasBasBasBafsaBaDA .SbsbW aaV sBaBa94sBBsBBsBattiR'BBcW saasaasaalflKtf LHsiaSBr Mmt!KmU .bTbK B I '' Ti' tFTTsBaawlBaSsiBS' It JH"y saasaasaasaasaasaasaasaar" y " HflP2 are going to buy .22 calibre rifle, single shot YOUrepeater you'll findathat many well known crack .22. Their ad- -' shots started with a Remington-UMvice now would be "By all means, get a Remington-UMC- " C The Little Rifles-B- ig in Quality You have just as much right to expect full shooting value in your .22 calibre arm as in your 75 big game rifle. single ahot at from $3 to $6, .22, You want tha Remington-UM0 or 32 calibre, made by the same people who make the famous C .25-1- because they know that there is a tendency in some quarters to look upon these models as only "a small boy's rifle" and to cheapen them so that they can be sold at a price. Remington-UM- rprif Autoloading Riflea. C slid. actMl .22 Or, if you prater tk. rmalias; rifl, th. RemSngtoa-UM- C tk-own and spwial uicty f MturM, hootin .22 ibort, with it. or .22 Urn rifl. carnidaM, at 110 and up. i. roar arm. Sold by live .22 lona Ualre of this coBUSHinily tli. most popular until caubr. nam in Auwrica. tr 89 Bneewsr RmlsHHa AraM-Uaio- a I Metallic Cartridge Ce. Nw York Stage's Lass Literature's Gain. England's censorship of the drama caused Fielding to ty,rn from playwright to novel writing, yieldlag began his literary eamr'as a dramatist,, and by his politMttl "satires brought-abou- t tbe establishment of the censorship In 1737, tbe bill being iatrosueea by Walpole, one et rteMlag's viettsaw. With pUywrlttng thus barred to 'Warn, be turned bis 'attention to tbe botA Worry May Cause Desth. exMedical science plained bow worry commits ii murders. It has reached that rln many instance at what have eenr Iiiaacy1;,.! from "which the victim aaaUy diecj, the case has simply beaa aae t acute 'worry. Instead of UU'yefsMti dytag ofmental breakdown, m Aaa weryUd .himself to death. b,.-recently irtiesi' day resulted In Bomc Buri)rl8Cb both thoroughly cleaned whn the season's ways. The defeat of Heavrln for Co. FIRST RADIUM EXPERIwork Is completed, and during tho pro Judge and Icach for Superintendent cess carefully examined for worn or Katxrrd nrtordltift to Iaw nt Ids i'ottuttlre were entirely unexpected ly tho ReMENTS FROM COL. ORE broken parts, which should be mark mail matter ot the croonrt Kj., publicans. It was thought by many that ed In some conspicuous way and not-c- d clam. Mr. Heavrln would lead the ticket, In a list ofrepalrs which arc to be Hight at your very dooi C. M. BARNETT, Editor & Proprietor whllo no one seemed to think Mr. "Yellow Stuff" Was Name First purchased Inter for the farm equip- n danger. He has made such 1110:1 . hardly necessary to It the best appointed nnl n J :l film roonril In nffltv. wlilpli In ml- say Hint the machines should be Applied To Valuable to mUcd by a Address all communications wllhout d8j,aragng comploto shopping place tha si red when not In use, in a dry plae The Hartford Republican In the least the qualifications of his which means dry underneath as well Deposits to bo found" nnywhero. successful opponent, tho remark Is as ovorhciid. Some system should ho NOT.ICE TO SUBSCRIBERS heard on all sides that the defeat of usad In storage so that those ma- The Store of McAtco, Lnd,ini HDlwrrllur ilpflrlne th tnier rnt to n urn Leach Is llttlo s'jort of a calamity to Alilcli arc frequently used can In nuiklntf the uldr inaat frltti the old mldrt'M The widespread interest which is Hay In Owcushnro with their the school Interests or Ohio county. ho easily gotten nt. All bright mot reqneft. iving manlfseted throughout well lighted floorB of vnrloiw i'..,, b(J MatC(, ,)ar,s Uoeollettf.l mannecrlpu will not be returned We hore Mr. Shulls will make us us menu Is a power for good In good an official. The defeat ot Ward world In Colorado's supply of radium-je- r ODlmaarrompRnlrd li.r hard oil, axleg rcase or a compoun world of Intcllglcnt retnllliur. AnoDyinpue coiDiuuukntloni will rec.lT no for Assessor wps a hard iblow to his jKNirlng ores f OT'nl parts oflard and C0IIJI,owU has attracted att"it!n j tlttllD. Right policies, cIoeo biiHliiPiis n 'many friends throughout the counfn Hi,, flrar ,l(..w.ri- - r.f ,.rl WllltC lead. latlon with every reputahlu inurk ty. He worked hard and made as good Tliat parts or the farm eiulpmcut and tho circumstances under which and their thorough undcnt'iimllng of Ztsugti 1C3 race as could have been mado by any they which Is made wholly or partially of the public's tastes and prcfercii' 0 has have been developed. It recentone nsalnst nn opponent who comwood will require especial atfltioii marked this storo as the best glioj. ly became known for tho first time mands so much sympathy and who In tho way of painting, slnco wool ping place In 'Kentucky. FIUDAY, NOVEMBER 7. worked It for all It was .worth. Mr. on Information given out from sev "1la,Ure '"' rots Heavrln made a hard fight and It end sources that .Madam Curie, who, ,lCl that ,,,d,' U 'T,"" that those was no doubt duo to Ji!a fine political with her husband, first discovered The People of Hartford niiioiiB country We may have to catch Mexico by - radium lu pitchblende, used n ton tact that others on thq ticket jmllfunnel 8 who keep their wagons well! way of Japan sometime, Urged o.d through, although he went down of that oro mined In Colorado In nave occasion 10 nave 1110:11 -' , -- . ..-. waking her Investigations which led, ;auii(,'u n. uouras, n - -i iepalred less frequently than those' over hear. or. anybody in defeat. .Mr. j. it 1ri. To ronio to this storo nt ahj tlni.-nm- l Did ioU (0 M'.& first extraction of the inotnl. who neglect ot give then: tills at- - j his troubles lu grape Juice? naign chairman, was on tho Job all not only enjoy Its Col., Cordon Kimball, of Oura, tjic UlUS and performed ills delicate hut profit by every purchase n.aile in tcntlonf Especially is It desirable to , Jt may soon be necessary for ,n ft mastcrful way and dc. was anions tho first to investigate give tho wagon felloes n thorough tills establishment. . Huerta to place Mexico under ar- tho thnn).8 of a for h,g ,m. the carnotlte I,,deposits in the lara- peaking In oil. Wheels so treated .. l..rt 4li.i lllntlllllK ' "rcat UA 'tiring efforts. Narrows, Mr. Thomas' .Inu lt11, , "" : "larc not apt to require the eustonuiry SPECIAL ATTENTION .tv. . """cutting In dry seasons because thero MadlsonSquareGardeirniade Mrs., own precinct, for the first tlino in ,,, Republican and of the work he undertook at that w, le nlld contra:Pankhurst look like a needle In a its history returned a ,.,M To Dress Goods, Silks arte although the homo of Mr. j majority, ",-ltlon of tl10 wol1 wlth tllc "r-vIhaystack. ,, l)cnr a French lloIgluro cSndlioi8 of ,,ffcrcnt . j Renfrow, the Democratic nominee for Dress Making ffohn Hull must either be accused 'count). court cierk. Tne Uepublicans chemst named U.ar es 1'oulot. who, Somellnicfl COI18l(lorl)aIl! MttmUr of being a woman beater or a hen- - clcctcd slx out of the elght ,llaffls. was In the market for ores contan. , cxcrlclicci, , aMllrlnB (llc liecc3. Ladies Garments and Millinery pocket Individual. Urates, thus retaining control of the ling rare metals, especially uranium, , g f)r rarm . ... ,,u fiscal Lourt. ine new uoaru win oc ores, and Uirough Jilm learned to Those politicians In Albany didn't ., ,. compounds..,.,,, , ,., , Kd. distinguish tho various following: FIRST FLOOR wait for someone without sin to' composed of tho tlKUV UV. VIIHVI HllUI'ii; v lUHllt I Shown, Rep., district Xo. 1; Sam of that clement. I had long been fn- - the manufacturer of the particular cast the first stone at Suler. Dress Goods, Silks, Trim .ugx. iiiiijur nun certain ucjiusub un itutii Piece ho needs. Leach, Rep., district Xo. 2; L. A. Local dealers can extreme western par .1 Neckwear, Hosiery, Gloves, Notions, A St. Louis paper remarks "Hucr- , Rep., district Xo. T, Wlnson n, Xouiles, Fine Cotton, Domestics, ta has his Congress In hand." Wrong, ' Snlth, Rep., district Xo. 5; W. S. of Monrose county, Colorado. thatat 8Uch t)mc8 of tllfflclIty. If tlu.v Huerta has his Congress In Jail. Knit Underwear, .Mens' Furnishings Dean, Rep, district Xo. C; B. F. Rice, T .and Shoos. Rep., district Xo. 7; R. C. Taylor, coper values. From Copt. S. X. Klnc, assistance, then an nppenl should be What Congress needs more than of Utah, learned that quite a large maIo , Jl0 s,at0 ARrIt.uUural Col. anything else Is a man big enough Dem., district Xo. 4; 13. W. Taylor, deposit of yellow mineral, called by ' , SECOND FLOOR Deni., district Xo. S. Jg ,hch u, to put through a motion to adjourn. ' m the owner chrome cop)er ore. had , , In y .w "..,'1'..' IIMW.I...IIIUII ,,. ILtllll IU -a Ready to Wear (SarnieiiLs,. Millinery. been exposed in one of these claims Yes litisgreaitriuniph of JusLuke McLuke Says. such matters and is ulwa.vs glad to Furs, Muslin Underwear, Corsets, several years before. tice for Gov. Sulzer to be thrown give advice and nsslstncc In con- When a man Is buying something Dress Making Parlors. "In the spring of lS'JS I obtained out of office and Boss Murphy put kind are just samples of the yellow stuff and sent nection with any problems In farm for his wife the in his place. as good as the kind. Rut it them to Mr. Poulot, who pronounced equipment. THIRD FLOOR The extra session of Congress has is different when he is buying booze them uranium ore and gave the min J. A. FA11KA, assumed the proportions of a main for himself. Furniture, Dcddlng, Blankets, ComAssistant Professor of Farm Mc- eral the name of autonltc or uran forts. tent performance, and a regular ses, It is mighty queer that a woman ochre. His tests showed Its oxide .ehanlcs, College of 'Agriculture, Lex- sion that of a side show. who has hysterics when she sees a contents the unit on which Its worth Ington, Ky. FOURTH FLOOR War with. Mexico would also be mouse can make a man roll over and Is based to be sufficient to make it play dead. commercially aluable. ueeful In providing a new crop of Capets, Rugs; DruggcU, Oir Clothtf, Forest Notes. "In .May, 1S9S, after obtaining a Some men are so useless that they heroes. Those left over from lSHSare Linoleums, Muttlng, Shades, CurTo secure a merit badge In forest- becoming a little shopworn, , 4 spend the whole year waiting for short term bond and lease, I started tains, Draperies, Wall Paper. ry- - uoy scouts a required, among During June I , the bock beer season to come in development work. Tho Literary Digest has an article again, mined ten tons of ore (practically all otller thln88. to identify 25 kinds of BASEMENT on "Stonulnc tho waste of Gas." And lrees- A Chautaqua lecturer ip able to from one pocket), sacked It and pack- yet It never once proposes to shut .1 it on burros across O Heavy Shoes, Boots, Wlclo the mesa to any- down in Congress or the Chautauquas. ,' taIk a sreat deal and not say 0nc of tue principal of Floor Coverings, Duplicate you ought to hear a pwect Paradox Valley, a distance of twelve thjng. But . iorcais 01 japan is rur- "When the International Dry Farm- - y0ung thing when she gets a fellow miles. From there It was shinned l,,u Stock Rooms, Receiving bV mushrooms, .which elghty miles by wagon to PlacervlUe,,nlshe1 huvc Shipping. ing Association met in Tulsa, Okla., jon the telephone, yleIUea ln ono 'ear revenue of u recently, It snowed and rained. The; Tho hab,,t f 0,:arctta 8inoWng is and thence to Denver by rail, where It was sampled and sojd for $2,600, orin,1"lon dollars, weather man must have a fine sense j ,ncrea3ll a..0:13-thfair sex, but at alio rate of $12.50 per unit. The at humor. t!.eic si'i much danger of a Princess entire lot averaged 21.5 per Articles of clothing from wood ficent oxThe dearth of gates in Hartford slipping you on tho street tomorrow ide contents. This ore also carried ber are being made in Europe. Tho ' must bave been the cause of such a and bumming you for the "makings." over 15 per cent vanadium, for which material for a suit costB about fifty Owensboro's Store of Standard , night.! The neighbors are mighty hard our purchasers In lack of pranks on Halloween France, on re- cents. Clothing made of this, mater: Not in ten years hao we enjoyed to please. The widow never spends sampling the shipment, exacted a ial, however, can not bo washed. Merchandise. insurance money ot suit them, penalty instead of allowing uch a harmless evening for this oc- - the value. In and they always accuse, the widower order to develop caslon. One ot the largest and most valuable a market I then had Come to Owensboro aid Profit' of having a joy ride on tne way back flue cabinet specimens sent to the timber trees of the country Js the uur joung menu, uuo u. .Marxin. from tho cemetery, tulip tree, known to lumbermen as! Ify Doing So. made a runaway race for Police ' The girls have covered their ol- - Colorado State Bureau of Mines and yellow poplar. Is relat-to Judc of Hartford Tuesday, being the n0WB ,)Ut lhey Oaro the wcather man tists,prominentnotchemists and scien- magnolias, hut IsIt the only d to tho jtrco of Its Improbable that It it Is only Republican city official elected, t0 I))ake thuni cover thelr che8ta turning a Democrat majority of 20 ( A nlan never realllte8 how Inany was one of these specimens which, kind In tho world. o poctd roses and raptures of Ainorlc- - the Pnnkhurat mllltunt mothods quite Into 23; over his opponent. Mr. Martin good thIn&s Q cat there ure , ,he on analysis, was found to contain largest tree In the United '..m l,nU..it,,n.v i,..n ,. The radium, and was named after the emsplendid political future he- - ....,, ... i.nn. Plain. They are coldly n'ollte. also has a (.,lnfirm,M, ,...-.- ,. ,ln la " ... Cn.A.. " 10 ue. mo ".Mother of.! Sho lias' inent scientist, M. Adolphc Carnof." """ I fore him in Ohio county. coldly, but llitely, re- been djspeptlc. tho Forest,"a giant redwood in tho Tils low temperature could havo When a woman finally secured the As we go to press rumors are rife Calaveras blgtreo grove lu California celved. Sho will not carry back with bem Bllt,c,patcilt Mr8 i.nilklmnit.s. Agricultural Extension. concerning a contest to bo made by $5 cook book sho has been wanting it is supposed to contain llO.f.lU board her 'the fortune she felt awaited her excessivo greed for money, her high CARE OF FARM MACHINERY. defeated Democratic can- - 'for five jears the grocery bill incertain The .first step In the proper care feet of lumber. Thero are, howoer. here. Tho truth Is that American wo- - charge's and occasional extra collec- -- Uldates. If they will take our advice, creases $3 per week. many claimants for the honor or be- men u from " audlenco of farm machinery is to keep it In do not approvo of Mrs. Punk- - tlonB takc ,Bve may Iiavo had her troubles. they will not do it. The last time mat has alreudy iald tho required ad- proper adjustment. As a nilo now ing the "largest tree" and tho "old- hurst nor or her militant methods. U11.1. o it.i.,,r ,...,c nv.n ' Hut when Adam rolled into thn cave i... adjustment and est tree," and these claims, according It will lu. nnllixul lin tlin nrrurnxia mission fee, convejs the impression County Democrats, they lost the re- - about daybreak ho couldn't say he had thcr ,au hjs respect. to foresters, can not always be lu t atten for, mow or suffrage in tho United States has U,at, HPent the night sitting up with a , Bpect of hundreds of voters. 4 ,0 a J081 t0 n,ako. nvcr 8 ibut It is often sticky and otherwise lgc. friend been steady. It is only a question of suffrage cause dominates Mrs. Pank- ullst'8ractory In Its action on account The Republicans anil t'rogresslves tlmo when the states east of the Kather can sit In tho comer and hurst In her American visit. At any Your Taxes. did well lu Ohio county Tueday con- - min(i ,ta owll ljuslness .Mississippi River will follow tho but thatiof the, manner In which it was painted rate, her way lacks a great dral of Bidering all things. Our Democratic ,von.t at the factory. Ily cleaning out the I, or one of my deputies will bo of tho western states, where a linlni tin. 1iii..I.a.. ..... rfi,Ilt him fronl npUir ln S... ... "friends were sure of making a clean , j wlt, motllor. sho wlll lance ov. oil holes and aplying a few drops of at tho following places for tho thorough lest has been made and "v","s "'" o uweep. instead, they lost some of Cr the paper and come across an item kerosene, this difficulty may usually ' of collecting taxes. This will bo where tho Votes of woman 'Is an ac- meir strongest men, aim no uouutabout a Inan 1)elllg fIne(, for )eatng bo overcome. It la wise to run now tho last chance to pay outsldo or the ceptcd Institution. lost the best chance to elect a coun- - ,,, wlf0( ,y,d sho w American women have tho courage Bnlff am, glaro machinery "light"; that is. with its Hartford office. On dates named ty ticket they aro llkley to have for at fatIler an(, say. the tax books will not bo at my of their convictions. They are equal 1d just moving parts in action but without a years. Uy the time another county load of any sort, until It is well office. to their English sisters in this re;o t0 see jlm TRY lt limbered up. This wlll put the maspect, but American women aro woviwuon rona urounu a unucu iany , a .Hri win nmv t i.o Select, Wednesday, Xov. 12, a. in. will most likely confront a divided from temptation and then go out and chine In running order without undue men In every sense of the word. Balzetown, Wed. Nov. i:i, p. ni. Democracy. They prefer tho gentlo methods of gaze longingly into tho show window strain and gives an opportunity for Heflln, Wednesday, Nov. 12. adjustment if itvBhould be found nl the sex to mascullno aggressiveness. Arnold, Thursday, Xov. 13. Clear and commanding stands out of u millinery store for a half hour. cessary. Theyhavo the good sense to know Iluford, Thursday, Xov. ia. one great lesson from tho SuUer case. If a woman would put as much Machines which use been that persuasive methods are fur nioro Horse Uranch,. Frl., Nov. 14. It Sulzer had been clean find honest, Paprika into nor kisses after mar-4- 0 some time should havoput ln in proper be effectual lu gaining a given point r,as as sho does beforo marriage a Hells Run, Frl., Nov. U. wna ambltlfiUB, not even th ie adjustment when they receive their than the militant methods pursued Itoslno, Sat., Nov. 15. croohed manipulations or Murphy and i whole lot r ood divorce lawyers periodical s, by tho Kngllsh suffragettes. and should be Magan, Saturday, Xov. 15, would bo peddling wringers and soll- Tammany could hae pulled Win dowj given careful attention In this reThe first chill encountered by Mrs. Fordsvlllo, Sat. Nov. 15. from the governorship. Nothing the Ing soap. spect during tho entire time they aro Pankhui-b- t waH iu New York, when Wysox, .Monday, Sov. 17. boss and bis gang of grafters devised In operation. Cleanliness Is as ImMadison Squaru Garden was scarcely Prentiss, Tuesday, Nov. 18. The Fly on the Ceiling. could have checked his pursuit of tho portant with farm machinery as .with a quarter filled on the opening night I Sniallhous,' Tuesday, Nov. 18. criminals who robbed the State. The ow is the season of tho year any other cllasa of machinery. Dirt of her lecture tour. Ueyond the epCromwell, Wed., Nov. IU. WHENEVER .sordid story of crlmo and pillage, when flics "stick." They crawl Into and poor service seem to go .hand iff isode, which occurred prior to her adOlaton, Thursday, Nov. 20. whose first chapters haxe been sketch- corners of tho celling where it Is dif- hand, and dirty farm machinery can-nmission to this country tho nnwa- Narrows, Friday, Nov, 21. ed in outline' by John llennessy, could ficult to reach them or cltiVK to light be expected to give its full effipapers have, by general consent ox Rockport, Saturday, Nov. 22. have been continued uninterrupted to fixture and refuse to be "shooed." ciency because dirt upon metal abunderstanding, practically igored her ' McUenry, Saturday, Nov. 22. U close. It could havo been veriDon't try. There Js an easier way. sorbs moisture which attacks Say Something Worth While the presence. i Centcrtown, Saturday, Nov. 22. fied by sworn testimony and unas- The vapor caused by dropping twen- metal and in time seriously Injuries If. Mrs. Pankhurst expected columns Heaver Dam, Monday, Nov. 2i. SAY sailable evidence In the courts. Tho ty droiw of carbolic acid on a hot It. Also, dirt in the bearings even On the day tho book is at Magan ot gratuitous notricty because of her orookis and the rascals could have shovel will kllJ aU the Xios iu a lu small quantity, quickly destroys Ralph precinct will also be there, and detention she is Badly disappointed. been brought to book for their crimes room. Schlemmer's Bakery Goods ' them by grinding and cutting, and Preildent Wilson acted wisely in The prisons where they belong would Pyrethrum powder burned in a In large quantities 'may even choko at fordsville east and west Aotim-vlll- admitting ther to the United States ' n. Herbert and throve. At have taken them home. Now York room will Btupcfy the files and causo tho action of the moving parts. Again FOR ME. ' Point Pleasant, at ltockiwit, and by so doing nipped her publicity BUte would have been cleaned up them to fall to the floor, when they dirt does not add to the apearance North and Sodth, and Ceralvo. At plans in the bud. od a new , Jnsplratlon would havo may be swept up. The QuaKty Wm-rf- nr of farm machinery Ju any way, and McHenry Render. In Indiana her reception was even been given to public men and to priA cheap fly poison that ia not dan- - may at times even got into the eyes w more winterlsb. She bad been bngag- On hese days no taxes can bo A pleasant Smile. if vate citizens .throughout the Unit- gorous to human life Js mado by disof the operator. Therefore the sec- paid at Hartford office, cd to address the Woman's' Frani ed States a ne.w Jmpe.ua to the forwa solving pus dram ot bichromate of ond step In the care of farm machinchlse League and the engagement T. H, BLACK, S. O. C. movement in' ioJitIcs, a new faith In potash In two ounces of water, to ery is to keep it as clean as condicould not be canceled, but Mrs. efficacy of It which a little BUgar Is added. Put- ln tions wlll permit. An old broom will the Pankhurst is admittedly disappoint- HARTFORD Sulzer had beta' clean! Not the American Way. shallow dishes about the bouse." bo found useful for cleaning, also a ed "that she eof accepted the on- The flies' that find warm comers handful of waste or soft rea and a Ajre .Pankhurst Is a disaDolnted OTlPAIllftnt Wtitln AiMwln W. O. Schlemmer," Prop?,, . .l... .... i.Httv'puvnm VUIUWJIV' I OHIO COUNTY ELECTION. for tho winter are tho parents of squirt oli can filled with kcXene. woman. Site has announced her in w counewy, American .women have isuc Uwv y V ?Jie cjvctlcn in Ohio county Ti.- - nexjt suuuncr's ewaras, ,It possible, ti.0 machine should be tention of returning home. The ex- - made their position of disapproving' HADTCADn d, Hartford Republican. The Greatest Store in Kentucky Within Thirty Miles of Hartford. se-n- is j k the, I ,,,, ,, ch. . lmk l?lvt J I"" n'el,"'' I Invited and 4 -.- A- prln,s .... .. """" 1 . - .,. ,, ,,,,,, ,,. ,.,,., -- ,.,. nt I '" ani e McATEE, LYDDANE 3 MY. - ... """ i". I ,i.i,i.. , l'"1""; 1 f t,,,t I lo wojr.-wiiiu- Brei- liur-pos- " ..! 1- ..,,, bo-lo- w .iii...i ! . over-jiauling- ot You Say Anything o, l 1 I'k ", MM "ntftrVMUr ly . jc. jml - Wear Shoes, Don't You? A Butler, neulah Palmer, Edna Shlff- -' lot, Flora Riley and Claudia Wright. ' Messrs. Hardin Klley, Parke Tayl6r, ' John Olcnn, Howard Glenn, Homey Smith, Smith Hoover, loney Hoover, I Charllo Uarnnrd, Cllrford Moore, Ottls' Howard, Willis Lyons, Fred Mav James Glenn, l.uinni Iglclmrt, Ross Taylor, llay O'Uannon, John Moore and Marlon Crowe. I The Old Reliable Mitchell Wagon I m LsE.1 W SHAPE 4 If you do, we want to inform you in a few words that we are prepared to fix you in SURE ENOUGH LEATHER. Many shoes are made that look good, but when the real test comes they are wanting. Now we carry no lines of shoes in stock, either Men's or Women or Children's, that we cannot absolntely guarantee to give you perfect satisfaction. If these are the kind you are looking for, we certainly want you to see our stock, and we will appreciate showing you, whether you buy or not. Our Korrect Shape Shoes for Men for fine wear, our Lion Shoe for service are both good. Priesmeyer Shoes for Ladies and Children none better. Don't forget these brands, and remember that Mlssrs Annie Ilae Carson and Mary'l Ellon Moore entertained a number of their friends Friday etcnlng with a Hallowe'en party. ThC30 present wtre: Misses Norino Wack, Luorcno ( Collins, Salliu May, Mary P.ean, Ev- - I elyn Thmas, Marline Ward, Keneedy , Collins, Maguerlto Taylor, Kathleen Turner, Mary Nowbolt, Winnie Dean Moaeley, Martha Pate, Mary Austin larsuu, lona HcJrlck, Annie Wens, Anna Rao Carson, Mary Kllert Mcore, Isabella Moore and Miss Rhoads. H Lnrkin Griffin, Edward Duke, James Philips. Glenn TInslcy, Gale Taylor, M William Wright, Don Tlchenor, Mor-- ! ten Goebel Crowe, Ucrry D. Walker, John Ross Taylor, Dewey Ward. Homier Moore. Elijah 'lliomas. nn.l'l IMii'nnl L'nnl IIUUU ...L...I..., SIU, U'ltl.ll.. t)lnn,lo MV. HIIIIUI Randal Watterson. I Ilc-an-, i I I ,y8Sy& 1 1 ebssssssssssssssH KHivt saJLs' t!PiW3 Pfw vt.yiy ?r ii Xvt A w iCSSSCT '.T7ll5jJ V m bsB MITCHELLaiXWISCO. RACINE, wis. C "yggSJ A S H THE WAGON WITHOUT AN EQUAL. Has been sold in this territory for near on to 20 years and a premium is offered for any Mitchell Wagon that is worn out. Prices right. Send us your inquires and we will make you a price laid SALEM. Vanhoy Is holding a protracted meeting at this place. Air. and Mrs. Jim Wilson, of Hcn-lsn- e, Okla., aro visiting relatives and friends in this neighborhood. Mrs. Efflo Wilson was the guest of her parenst, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. . ' York Sunday. Mrs. Bessie ..Moxley and son of Illinois are visiting relatives in filaton and Falrvlew neighborhoods at this writing. .Mrs. Ilettlo Xeal, of Centertown, , id the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Jamison. .Mr. Tom Payton, of Olaton, was in this neighborhood last Friday. Mr. Jake Autry went to Louisville last week. Miss Jesse Raley who Is teaching school at Rockport.camo home Fri day and roturncd to her school Sunday. Mr. Carson Gary, who has been going to school at Beaver Dam, came home Friday, returning Saturday. Miss Lorlnq York Is visiting her sister, Mrs. C. A. Wilson. Success .to Tho Republican. Nov. o. Hev. I down at your nearest railroad station. TURLEY CO., L T. J. fliisa!ssata Oweosboro. Ky.. It Pays to Trade With a House That Saves You Money. 1 W. P. Mldkiff, Narrows, No. o see us whlIo ln town camo I Wednesday and renewed his faith In Tho Republican. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7. Moving picture shows every FrI- ua' and Saturday nights at Dr. Beans M. H. & E. Railroad lime laoic opera nou8e. ow songs and new pictures. Admission 10c at Hartford, Ky. When in llartrord call at our new L. & N. time card effective Monday Grocery and Feed Store. Aug. 21st. x 11. L. DEVER & CO., Hartford, Ky. No. 112 North Bound due 7:19 a. m. UU, " dally except-- Sunday. E. Lee Slmmerman and Mr. II. No. 114 North Bound due 113 p. m. Rowan Holbrook returned from Lou v dally except Sunday. isville Wednesday where they had No. 115 South Bound due 8:15 a. m. been on le""' business dally except Sunday. flake and . ..-bEapora No. 113 South Bound due IMC p. m Crushed Hominy, Kidney Beans and UCiins. .New Crop, just received. dally except Sunday. W. 11. .MOORE & SOX. M1SUHKB, Agt. H. E. his Mr O. 11. Park' nosltlon us teacher at Wysox, this Homo-mad- c' Lard now at W II. .county, and accepted a like. iiosltiou Mooro & Son's. at 75. per month ut Willis. Okla. Mrs, Ada Crawford, formerly Miss Call on Mooro & Son for lure ' home-mad- e Ada Balrd. Winchester, spent seer- Hog Lard. ,'ai days hero rwntly visiting rela- returned Holbrook Mrs. Rowuu KmyklnR old aciualntenccs. WIi,tay rromhoutavllto. forinor, con. Don't forget that Mooro &- - Son nec(cd wtu The Republican, left handle the Owonsboro Flour. None .Wednesday for Howling urccn wweru . ... '.Ho will oilier .1... nun in. b f..W.tl ltitltn.r better. " m- . -. are Huslness University Wnmlwnrd w Moving "plcturo shows and home from an extended visit in Lou- -, trated songs at Dr. Bean's opera returned" SatunUiy house every Friday and Saturday Rev. Napier songs and now p c lures from NashvUlfl where ho had been on nights. New a no ceiling's entertainment legal bualn- e-. h"d 10c. Old nowspaiwru for sale at The tor if jou Republican bfflce.Blg bundle for a' YOU'LL LOOSE lONhV. VM. .buy a homo in Hartford before you nlcke, ' , . bo glad to show you tho of Lou - Beanie. will C. Rev. Erne n Baptist TApJAN vle. will preach in chuajch next Sunday, JoWeIer and Optician. ' Witoon, of Mr. and Mrs. Jam g AMOca. aih.. aQ ll,essey, Okla., are the guesU of tut0 ln Hart- . Mre. J. A. Park, city . "ford Nov. io to 18 Iliclu8ive. Several nnpt ...III .w Miuii nt i.OUlSVlLiei worjjqrs ot. prouiiut-uttll.o T IIIU ..v-- . ) WW. ol.r r- -. .u. arrived Wednceday to be the guw Bycr jjooj n the county should of relative and t rlendfl. repyeaeirted. Program next week. will payyou to ee our new line. Jr aaUMr8. Victor Mattnows wero It 'p,t1)ta ot their father. Editor of PJiour and get prlcea at R. I DBVKR A CO. Hartford, Ky. 14t4. Huber MatthoW8, jast Saturday and r n iknoti riormntt. Ark.. m ..j.... v..nF Miitthows was on his jjarehaU, Texas, where ho has and near 4own. way Is vlaWng reta(tlvc In .. lw.,a lim U'wItA. oltlin nil UlUltVltO 0!)Cra- i. ...In . ". daUy newspaper. Mra. H."BrMi8chkehafl returned .tor on a ' entertain-- a Misaca RUey"ond Wright from Owuboro where be underwent improved. tbelr lrlcnds on Hal-M- r. surgical operation, much a ,iumi,cr of ' a niwqrwte R. (TcirteTribanon, Teim., loweVn night with were: formerly a'reaidint of Beaver Dam, party. Those Ttebeuor, Ludle town aee ub while ln tordit ' Laura Pendleton, Elizabeth Mo:re, beentne'-BculaMoore, Louise Phlpp.. Oorln Mr. Keener Nar.iier. iVpne.r Na,d90U( Waurlno Mar,ri; gueM of fler daughter, Mrs. M. 1, Dw- - Hartford Kepuoncar. ' Mr. ul - , .ay gned has-resi- I t iu illus-Mlsvlll- n. : ln Joa J. ' - I pn-sci- WW -- ararcS7ibria Heayrlnreturneder rue in onBtoero,'Moay. ' . Nauye ... Do you see this big dent in my head? onco at Cloveland. Tho inanufic Wnll It was made bv that brick.' turcrs took tho proposed scale undexr ,. ,But Mr. O. C. Rostel. Marble, Washingadvisement. the ro8e?. BaM my frlond ton, writes as iohowb: -- riease iei "His host smiled quietly. mc know if our mountains of lime " 'The rose,' he explained 'is off The executive council of ithe Anwr-Ica- n rock here in Stevens County could be ths irravfi of the man that threw the Federation of Labor asked FreJE utilized for commercial fertilizer by j,rlck.' " dent Wilson to aid in securing the grinding It fine without urst Burn immediate passage of labor measenou ing." Tariff Sayings. including the seamen's blW, the Unburnt but finely ground lime How can you expect to receive bill and the minimus, stone is best for- - correcting soil wages at home for work done wage law. acidity. . abroad? Tho use of lime on soils is (bene Four thousand employes, of fe How to raise money: Tax the peoficial ln places where calcium Is defi- ple first; second, tax the article United States Steel corporation-- , emcient. Some crops required more cal- Intn thft United States. One ployed in the American Steel aa cium than others. This is especially . p,an empUe8 the poci:et8 of the Tin Plate companys' plant at. Htner iruo oi ciovers, anana, anu The Printing Office Towel. workers, and the other ghes them Kensington, Pa., and Chester? Va... leguminous crops. work and wage8 at n0lne lt doeB havech"culated petitions, among theox-selv- js" When, 1 think of the towel, tho choose'correct-depend- s Whether the soil requires calcium noi -- eem dIfflcult 'which strongt:y protest against towel, upon its condition, and this . anygovernment suit for the dissolu" That used to hang up by the printing-- can1 be determined by one of two . , tion of that corporation. house door, methods-elt- her by a close examlna- thef fly when The I think that nobody In these days of tidn of the plant growth or by the amber waa Boft ajld that la the Claude Dillon, a freight coriddator" shoddy use of litmus paper. If you find horse way the workers caught Free-Trad- e, on the Baltimore "& Qhlo, iold the Can hammer out iron to wear as it sorroi present in targe quauuwes arbitrators In the wage controversy .. wore. win indicate tnat your sou requires New York ibAt a tramp who abused It, the devil calcium, also, iNdovere do not grow ( A 1)Ur6o of g(fd Jn the Vallei 8itt,ng The states u exchangod for foreign wool man out of a Job at tne age oi 5 "" who used It, well It will Indicate that calcium is when the wool la worn out wo or more found lt next to taqjosaai and foreman, the editor lacking. Tho make-u- p to get work elsewhere. "We call sacSa have nothing left. (poor man), By tho use of litmus papers, which I men! 'broken down rails,' " said Dili-Each rubbed some grimo off whilo may bo purchased at most any drug John Smith takes your wages and Ion. they put a heap on. store, you will be able to determine I foreign suit of I In, over and under, 'twas blacker whether your soil Is acid. Take a buys with them a clothes. Where do you come In. than thunder, small quantity of moist soil and press 'Twas harder Uian poverty, rougher It around the paper for ton or fifteen A Moral In ThK than sin; , minutes, if the blue paper is turned When the frost is on the counters From roller suspended, It never was to a pinkish or redlsh color, lt will on tho shelf, and and the cobwebs bended, . 'n iingL indicate that your soil Is acid and an there's scarcely anylxdy ln the store ji And it flan on tho wall like a ban apllcatlon of lime will be beneficial. besides yourself, and your stock Is ner of tin. s There aro several fat least ten) ,tho groceries It grow thicker and rougher, and hard forms of commercial limes on the getting ehelfwoni and nnt atnla nnrl hlirh finnueh nrn com- er and tougher, market. The best form to use is flnelj ,ng duo mako a banUer 1)ale. oU And dally put on a far inkier hue, ground limestone. First: because 'it then's tho time a feller's kinder lilue, any Until one windy morning, without is cheapest, and, second: the effect and is puzzled with proper thing to warning, on the humus Is not so serious as one But In such a It fell to tho floor and was broken with other forms ofllmo especially do. remedy applies, If situation you want to sure in two. Robert J. Buidctte. caustic or quick lime. Tho action of get tho customers you've got to adfinely ground limestone in Its attack vertise. Ex. Etiquet With Royalty. on tho vegetable matter is less noof Advertising Fays. Tho lato Admiral Robley D. Evans, ticeable than with other forms SR i.iii aml a Knnlwbv nlnn , Japan, was receiv- lime, ino amounts to appiy uuih.hu during his vls'4 to on how badly your sol requires cal- aavert8ed for u. n a uay or two may ed by Mutsuhlto and ills Empress at alpo upon tho avallablo sup derive his obstinacy from that -- 11I1Plireii m hi office savlne a court ceremony. In speaking of the elum, and ply of limestone. Wo have known ot fact that lie is being led away from,, hc ,)ad 6oen the advertl8enieivt Japanese court, ho said: "Hand-klssln- g Jn a foW rather than to, my supply of feed was nof tho thing. Instances where as high as eight tons andr han(,od Wm ibQ . - - - - will make him a good. nal. have been applied to tho acre with . a .. haiid-shak- o ll(,,.,, nln fron Instead, 1 received a . tM l .1 dkd An at.Aar .kkf ""-- -n J through hls "other" dlothes and founi lr unviiie " very shapely and beautiful hand. goou9.resuus, aim us low us a a 1 have no rear-Empress a woman or anu a nan lias ueeu useu very ml- tho orlglnul bln wnlcn ho Uiought he much compulsion. I found tho temporary and permanent results! great refinement and perfect ease of Isfaotorlly. The usual amount varies lmd JmU NotwlltotandIng the faCt of acre. t,mt tne oventfl ,n th,6 rfory ,nay from feeding horses, cattle, pigs antfl so delicate In appearance from three to six tons to the manner, bo applied to bouj)(1 ,U8pIclonBf ob- - poultry on my hay, Braf!!, eter. e lesson and bo small in stature as to remind This material should bed is pre- - vjoua you of some fine pleco of Dresden tho surface after tho seed yb the use of china. She was attired In a Paris pared, and harrowed in or disk harrow, it may j Public Sale. gown of heliotrope brocade, the bad' a Th Produce Merchants bo scattered by Jho Use of a manure j wm on Saturday( Nov ,5i at 1:00 fit of which 1 accounted for Just as spreader; In fact, this Is the usual HARTFORD, - KENTUCKV m orfc? ftt publc auoUon a of accounted for tho bagy trousers of machlno for applying finely ground my hoU8eho,d fumituro and kitchen )ho Emperor. utensils. Sale to be hqld at 'home of "Aftir 1 had been a year in Japan limestone. . I was satisfied it was owing to the "It is a pleasure to tell you that Crlt Martin, near Sandefur's Crossing. MRS. DIANNAH MARTIN, fact that a tailor would not permit Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is the I6t3. himself to touch the persons of their best cough medicines 1 have ever ..Thcre COuld be 'no better medl- majesties, but Just looked at them, usod," writes Mrs. Hugh Campbell. c,ne than Chamberla,n.8 cough Rem- and guessed what the 'measurements of livonla Ua,. "I have used lt with chUdrcn were all sick with should be." all my children and the results have WD , cough Ono ,.., wiu ot thom been highly satisfactorily." For sale , a . by all dealers. Fat MOnniS. coughing up blood. Our doctor gave One baW'Mili, An irishman walked Into a men's! ,We aro Informed that ""prices of them Chamberlain's Cough Remedy food stuffs are high now bocauso ot and the first dose eased them, and Planer. Band Saw,' Joint-- : furnishing goods store the other day l drouth. Such things used to be three bottles cured them," eas Mrs. said: and ; jt er. .Also Jinck ana rer cnargeo to tne tarm. vtaienoo jc. a. uonawson, oi ioxingou, "01 want to get somothln All kinds of ; i Mochine. For sale by all dealers mournin wear, but 01 donT exactly (111.) Republican. know what ithe coostom Is. "What do n g Material, Bui Labor World. Explained. they be wearin now for uiournlnT" Patpts, Oils, Etc. Witt ; J W. W Fred S. Boyd, a New York I. fA friend ot mine, traveling ln Ire"It dopends," exp'blned the sales sell onreasonable terms. man, "on how near the relative Is for land, stopped for a drink .of milk at agitator, was convicted of advocating property during whom you wish to show this mark a white cottage with a hatched roof; the destruction ot Call on or address N. J., and of respect. For a very .near, relative and as ho sipped his refreshment be the ollk strike at Paterson, r-long .term in the penitentiary you should have an all black suit noted on a center table, under a glass faces a W - J' not so near you may dome, a brick with a faded rose upon at Trenton, For some one I . have a broad band of black on tlw tho top of it. Demands for a substantial Increase "Why do you cherish' ln this way, somownat narrower one left arm or a jijil friend he said to his host, "thiat In pay were submitted to representa- for somebody more distant.'" lives of the Nation- - Window Glass "Oich, la that ItT Well, thin, glmm cofnraqn brick and that dead" rose?" Association 'by tbO" &)ii,ii olf min (1m wnW !horp9 Mnnufiirftlll-Prnilth- a Bhoeutxjag. It's me wolfe'fl I certain msmorles aUachha' to them, glassworkers at their wage conferer." Milwaukee WlBConsJn Lime for Soil. ed nfta, The Stubborn Beast r I I m w k M St TT ... peg-too- th W. E. ELLIS For Sale! .'. t one;; me -i i BEAN BROS, nartiora, iy.. i attlMttfM I "yr&wW V "' ANGRY 9sSg-'"" '", LURE OF THE CIRCUS. ' ji'y tp'wt' - V " FASTIDIOUS AUTHORS. WATERS STILLED. "Oil FREAKS OF NATURE. Directory County Ohio P. Mldklff, Jailer; E. 0. Barrass, Clerk; E. E. BIrkhcnd, Mnstcr Commissioner; U. T. Collins, Trustee Jury Fund: T. H. Black, Sheriff, Deputies S. O. Kcown, Hartford. Beaver Dam; U. P. Jones, Ilouto 5, Hartford; W. C. Enrp, Koslne. Court convenes first Monday In February third l"u continues threo weeks; third Monday In April, two weeks; I .Monday In October two weeks. County Court It. It. Wedding, Judge; W. S. Tlnsley, Clerk; C. E. Hartford. Smith, Attorney, Court convenes first Monday In each month Quarterly Court Begins on the fourh Monday In February, May, August Olid .NoVCIllbcr, -- Convenes first and firbt Tucf- day In October. other County Officers C. S. Mox- icy, Surveyor. Fordsvllle. Ky.. U. F. D. No. L; Bernard Felix, Asses- sor, Hartford, Ky., It. F. D. .No. U; licnry Leach, Superintendent, llnrt-glas- s oruj: Dr- - A- - u- - Wley, Coroner, ty; Twelve Mile Tramp Campbell Took to Change a Comma. 1( Is surprising lion punctilious somo Authors hnve born with respect oven to 1bc Htnnllest detail of their Dickens wns a perfect terror find would inn lie enough fuss over nn error of punetuntlon to drive n poor "coinp" out of Ids wits. Tennyson, too. wns mot particular tlint not n comma should be omitted or misplaced, while Ills revisions were Perhaps the greatest never llnlshed. terror of the compositor was Thomas Cnrlyle, for he would cover every pqunre Inch of vacant space, both In the margin nnd between the lines, Willi minute additions and emendations, and Bot once, but n dozen times. Victor Hugo was equally dllltcult to plcnse and satisfy. Of one of his famous works he mnde the printers suj-pl- y no fewer than eleven successive proofs, nnd the last half dozen ..were furnished In order to make quite Bure that the commas were In their right places. But perhaps Thomas Campbell, the famous poet who wrote such stirring mnsterpleces as "Hohcnlindeti." "The Battle of the Baltic" and "Ye .Mariners of England," takes the cake In this respect. Flo was fastidious to a degree, which fact probably accounts for the nmnll quantity and perfect quality of bis literary output. It Is said that he once walked six miles to his printers nnd six miles back In order to have a comma changed Into a semicolon. But an equally careful and fastidious literary workman owed a great Improvement In the opening line of his most famous poem to a printer. This Trns Thomas Gray, whose "Klegy "Written In u Country Churchyard" Is probably the best known poem In the English language. Its first line rends. The curfew tolls the knell of parting day," hut when Gray sent It to the press his manuscript rend, "The curfew tolls, the knell of parting day." The thoughtful compositor did not understand the word "tolls" as an intransitive verb, so dropped the comma, thinking the poet had put It In by mistake, nnd when Gray read the line his sensitive car at once caught its new, flustnlned melody, nnd he adopted the compositor's correction. tnanu-script- When Trjey Reach the Wondorful INOPPORTUNE Men Who Might DEATHS. Hit-tor- consolidating the administration and dominion of the Itoman empire, nnd his death opened the way to that despotism nnd corruption which ultimate-Jundid his work. JJenry of Navarre wns killed when lie had nimost healed the differences between Catholic and Protestant rent not only Trhlch subsequently Trance, but Europe, and William the Silent also fell when be wns on the point of uniting the Nctherlaud provinces Into a compact barrier against the encroachments of Spain. In English history Lord Cllve died at the moment when he was the one man who could have saved the Amerl can colonies and kept the Aulo-Saxorace united. But there Is the case of Mlrahc.m He wns literally the one man In France who could have averted the horrors of the revolution, saved nnd reformed the monarchy and so spared Kuropp the murderous career of Napoleon nnd nil the devastation It brought. If lie had lived ten or even five years longer the lilstory not only of France, but of nu rope and the world, would have been different. It Is, In fact, sutllelent to eay that he would have made both Robespierre and Napoleon impossible. Htrand Magazine. y n y Have Changed Had They Been Spared. Julius Caesar wns assassinated when ie had almost completed the fnsk of A Greweome Toy. War and bloodshed seem always to have reacted on the nursery. In 1703. for Instance, the (ionium child wns hit mored with u toy guillotine for Christ mns. and Goethe- wrote to his mothei jjt Frankfort asking her to send one Of tlieso little Instruments for a friend. Mine. (loot he was Indignant "Dear son," Miu wrote. "I hao onlj one desiie, and that Is to give you pleasure. I will execute any command but buy such an Infamous machine ot slaughter I will not In any circum-stances- . If I could I would arrest tin makers nnd burn Mich on by the executioner." l. She Hadn't Thought of That. "Marriage brings Its awakenings." "Yes," sighed the other lady. "I remember that I as a bride was thunder-Dtriicto (hid that iny.liiishiiud. after a limited amount of going to pink tens and matinees, had to go back to work and support the pair of us." Pittsburgh Post. k kiss you last evening." "Oh, I really couldn't help It" "Why couldn't you?" "Because 1 can't speak n word of A Good Enough Reason. "1 nm surprised, Ethel, that you allowed that handsome Italian count to Italian." Ht. Louis All Consuming, "He eagerly swullowed every word jibe licstnwed on him, he fed upon her very look, he lived upon too smiles she gave him." "That's what I call nn all consuming passion!" Judge. Who you lost something, ays, bat It's naethtn' only the threepenny bit o' siller ' man about to give ye for carry! n' eay UeetT sr? Porter Have ye, Bandy-A- tag. Loudon Opinion. It Is easy to be brate when yon know tie eueiny lias only blank cartridges. writes John Burroughs, the naturalist. D. No. C Is harsh, aggressive, savage; looks ns 2. E. C. Hartford, Iteynolds, Ky. though she wanted to hang you with 3. M. S. Patterson, Olnton, Ky. htr dangling ropes or Impale you on 1. 11. L. Airord, Whlto Bun, Ky. lur thorns or engulf you In the ranks S. Illchnrd Plummcr, Taylor Mines, j of her gigantic ferns. Kentucky. Her mood is never as placid nnd wiiie as In the north. Theru Is a tree In the Hawaiian woods that suggests ' a tree gone mad. It Is called the ban tree. It lies down, pqtilrms and wriggles all over the ground like a wound-ei- t make. It gets up and then takes to earth again. Now It wants to be a Attorney Law vine: now It wants to be a tree. It throws somersaults: It makes Itself HARTFORD, KY. Inli) loops and rings; It rolls; It reaches; Will practice his profession In UiU It doubles upon Itself. Altogether It and adjoining counties. ComiiiurclsJ "" .""' '""' "" """. "" " Is the craziest vegetable growth 1 over """ way they put it themselves, and the and Criminal Practice a Specialty. sa v. once I had n striking Illustration of It was near Pall that I saw what i this. r I had never seen or heard of before i I was cheeking window paper In a . a waterfall revei-sslgoing up Instead small town nnd came to a flue plate of down. It suggested Stockton's bto.-front. It was the best tailoring Law of negative gnnlty. there and ordinarily, JUSTICES' COL'BTS A small brook comes down off the HARTFORD, KY. would have been passed by the , ,cge Colb Hartforj 'Tuesday mountain and attempts to make the rapher ns unobtainable, but It llthj.g. a artfir 3ril .i0Iumy in March, Tuesday Mitxro. W. II. Baniire nnd C. leap down a high precipice, but the tingle sheet of our paper and I went after Ilrd Monday In June, Tuesday wind catches It and ca riles It straight Aiiuounoe Muit they liavo form-- a In to take up the order. It developed nfter 3rd Monday In September, Tues-tha- t up In the ulr like smoke. It Is trans:art2ur.sU,.ji fee thu goiiernl prac'day after 3rd Monduy In December, the tailor's brother wns a rover lated. It becomes a mere wraith hovcriminal and dlvor nnd hml trouped with circuses as a ' John II. Miles, Kckport, Friday tice of law, exc-ip- t ering about the beetling crag. ard Monday in .March, Friday cases', Mr. Smith bolug County Attor-Ur.- y bnndmnn-- n wlndintntner. In the ver-'ntMEND YOUR BROKEN CHINA. Night and day this goes on. the a cr ?,rd. Monday In June, Friday nncular. His Intlueme had put that Is prevented from practicing euch r ' wind snatching from the mountains In Mr. BuriKK will likdivtduaJly i. Made With Plaster of this .summery way the water It has lithograph there, and he chatted with Use a Cement IUC. comber. Paris and Gum Arabic. la aocet such practioo. Office brought them. Century Magazine. "You won't catch me round here toO. E. Scott, Cromwell, Wednesday Hartford Republican building, HartI had such a pretty Dresden china morrow. Mike, wlille that .show Is In after 3rd Monday In March, Wed K- comb and brush tray for my dressing THE BASEBALL MASK. town!" he said. "If I saw as much as nesday utter 3rd Monday In June, ford, table which was broken Into three f Wcduesday a side wall half a mile off I'd be Join- after 3rd Monday In Sell pieces Just the other day by some one ing out again! No. sir! I'm going up ; tembcr, Wednesday aflei Jia Mon d dropping a heavy pair of curling Iron-o- n It Was First Used In a Into the country tonight. My brother uuy in December, Game In 1876. I D. It. was almost heart broken be John H. Miles, nockport, Friday t pays me good wages here, and there's Frederick Wlnthrop Thayer of I cause It was part of a set, and was alter rd .Monday i March, Kr!c:i" Law Harvard '7S. captain of the nothing lu tronplng." afraid I could not replace It. and even after 3rd Monday In June, Friday A week later I dropped back to the nfter 3rd Monday In September, FriHARTFORD, KY. if I could I did not feel that 1 could famous varsity nines of 1S70, 1S77 and 187S. wns the Inventor of the show. It was 10 In the morning, and day after 3rd. Monday lu December. afford to do so. ASSOCIATED WITH M. L. IIEAVR1N J. C. Jackson, Centcrtown, SatOne of my friends told me she had catcher's mask. The days when Thayer the parade was Just leaving the lot. Harvard baseball differed Somebody shouted. "Hey there, Mike!" urday after 3rd Mcndny In March, This office Is equipped for handbeen successful in mending several entered Saturday after 3rd Monday In June, ling pieces of old china which were trens somewhat from the present. A pitcher from the big band wagon, and on going Commercial Law and Collection Saturday after 3rd Mondny In Sepured heirlooms with plaster of paris had to throw underhanded and end nearer I saw the tailor's brother, seat- tember, Saturday after 3rd Monday Items as well as other legal and litiand gum arable. Make a thick solu- his throw with arm stretched out. ed among the other windjammers, in December. gated matters. Practice lu all thu with n red nnd gold coat, a plumed hat tion of gum arable and water and Into Then that changed, and us a conseM. C. Cook, Renfrow, Tuesday af- courts. Prompt and vigorous service. quence the ball was thrown much and his cornet It put the plaster until the mixture beter 2nd Monday In March, Tuesdny "I thought you were going up Into after 2nd Monday In .May, Tuesday M. L. Hcavrln's Office. comes a paste. This Is applied to the more swiftly. Dr. Harold C. Ernst, a after 3rd Monday In August, Tuesedges of the china, which are pressed professor In the Medical school, wns the country." "Forget It!" he replied. "I didn't go. day after 2nd Monday In November. pitcher on the varsity nine, nnd James (Irmly together. Thomas Sanders, Olaton, WednesThey made a lie had heard the band play. I tried It on my tray, and It worked A. Tyug wns catche. Circus ioople are of nil sorts old day after the second .Monday In like magic. The solution Is white, so wonderful battery. I AM Thayer noticed that the more free- nnd young. Americans nnd foreign March, Wednesday after 2nd Monday that It does not show like glue. nnd. born, well paid performers and bosses In .May, Wednesday after 3rd Monday a strong Joint dom given the pitcher the greater best of all. It makes such In To do any kind of Vettrina-rthe risk of the catcher. One day nnd ne'er do well hostlers, ennvasmen dayAugust, Wcduesday after 2nd Mon'that they tell me that the article uevei In November. he let a few Into the secret. He was and razorbneks. From time to time work. Horses, mules and breaks again the same place. Philadcl Grant Pollard, Fordsvllle, Tuesday going to make a mask. A few days they will turn nnd denounce their call- after 2nd Monday In March, Thursnfiiu Ledger. cows- need not die for want of before the Vale game of 1870 he mine ing, Just like other fieople. In fact, I day after 2nd Monday in May, Thurs Calls answered attention. on the field with It. Save for the fact never knew a man In nny line who day alter 3rd Monday In August, and the Owl. Puss day or night. It wns made more heavily, it wns much would not occasionally scold about his Thursday after 2nd 'Monday in No- Owls make very amusing pets, but similar to the masks in use today. occupation and regret that his talent vember, lose the "happy family" knack as they J. I.. Patton. Ralph. Friday after Thayer attached It to .lira Tyng's had been frittered away In such nn ungrow older. A filend of mine had one Veterinary Surgeon head, and from that moment the mr.sk promising field when he might have 2nd Monday In March, Friday after that he wrongly kept tied to n stake 'iilcted basebalh At first the players, done so much better In something else, 2nd Monday lu May. Friday after 3rd Ky. "tiger n' Monday in August, Friday after 2nd by a cord. It was of that tiler than those hi the varsity, and but thnt is no Indication that he doesn't Monday In November. cat the north woods" species, the people like spectators were Inclined Job, mid HARTFOBD POLICE COURT. horned owl, and. while nppirci. I. quiet, the nnd it caused no end of to ridicule like his They love circus It. comment theirs. the smell of snw-dus- t, C. M. Crowe, Judge; John B. Wll-bonot to say sleepy. In the d.ij time, when it whs worn by Tyng at the Vale horses and animals, tho music of City Attorney; J. P. Stevens, THE blinking with t'o-- e gnat .cllow eyes game that year. Harvard won. and the big band, the peculiar hollow rat- Marshal; Cgurt convenes second MonSEWINQ In the t'l. t has made the conn two years day In each month. later team after team adopt- tle of circus wagons, the dally Jumps try pisipli- - believe they are sightless In ed MACHINK City Council J. II. Williams, Maythe mask. Boston Herald. and the little knot of curious stay at bright light, he had a Mirprislng way OF homes who seem nlwnys to be round or; R. T. Collins. Clerk; E. P. Thomof "coming to life" whenever there QUALITY.) a circus mnn does. as, Treasurer. Members of Council to watch whatever England's Lord Chancellors. was nny particular reason for doing so Robert Hoover, P. B. Taylor, J. II. g The lord chancellor under the enily They nre born rovers. Saturday Eveu-In- B. Carson, E. P. Moore, Fred Cooper, My friend had a favorite kitten that Post. English kings used to lire In the W. J. Bean. usually gave the owl a wide berth, but NOT School Trustees Dr. 13. B. Pendlelie day It Mrayed within the danger palace 'and hud a regular dally al The Blow a Train Can Strike. 80LD ton, Chairman; W. II. Barnes, Sccrc- -' Iowa nee, his wages, as It appeared one. The nesult was that the The force of the blow struck by a tary; Dr. J. W. Taylor, W. S. Tlnsley UNDER somnolent mass of brown from otie of the records, bring 5 ANY modern train going at high speed is and J. D. Duke. n shillings, n slmnol cake,- - two seasoned feathers suddenly galvanized Itself, n OTHER RELIGIOUS SERVICES. powerful claw shot out. a piteous mew slmnels. one sextary of clear wine, one greater than thnt of the shot from gun. At least such Is the stateNAME. M. E. Church, South Services wns heard and tneu nnis lens ao sextary of household wine, one large modern wax candle and forty small pieces of ment of n scientist who has been look- morning and evening every first and nestlca! Outing. In the time of Henry II. the ing Into this question. He estimates third Sunday in each month. Suncaudle. WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. treasury spirit appears to have that n modem pussenger train will day school 9:4 j a. in. Prayer meetmodem Britain and Conscription. If you purchase tho N'KW 110MK you will weigh about 400 tons and that It ing every Wednesday cenlng. Rev. Although few people nre invslre of the begun to walk abroad, for In the rec- moves at n velocity of seventy to seven- Saville, pastor. bavo a life auct at the price you nay, and wilt fact, conscription has been part of the ords the allowance of 5 shillings ap- ty-live Baptist Church Services morning not have an endlcu chain of repuln. miles an hour, or about 100 British constitution for 700 or 800 peal's as If subjected to a reduction. feet n second. A mass of 100 tons pro- and evening ovcry second and fourth years. The militia law states that ev- If he dined away from the pulnce and pelled nt this velocity will strike a Sunday in each .month. Sunduy school Quality ery Englishman between the ages ot was thereby forced to provide extras, blow twice as great bb that delivered 0:45 n. m. Prayer meeting overy WedConsidered eighteen and thirty Is liable to be then Indeed he got ills ft shillings. Hut by a 2.000 pound shot fired from n 100 nesday evening. Rev. English, pastor. Christian Church Services every ailed upon for military service and If he dined at home he wns not allowed ton cannon. This, lie states, accounts k u tho fourth Sunday at 11 a. in. and 7. p. that each county must furnish a con mure than .'( shillings and sixpence. for tho tremendous destruction caused m. Sunday school D:30 a. m. Elder W. Cheapest Loudon Answers. tlngeut In proportion to Its population. B. Wright pastor. by collisions. New York Press. At the time of the Napoleonic wars tills Cumberland Presbyterian Church-Sun- day n the end Cossack Troubadours. law was actually applied, hut since school every Sunday at U:45 A Fish 8tory. In r.fiv. without, Like the Spaniards, the Cossacks then it has fallen Into disuse, m. A fisherman caught seven bass lu tho a. li however, being repealed. Every year have a class of troubadours who InSECRET SOCIETIES. write for Potomac river above Wushlngtou at If you wuutnucwInKiii.-ichtuo- , Hartford Lodge No. C73, F. and A. ourlutrstcutuloKiiebi'foroyuu stead of walking from village to vilsince IS'.!!) pnilhliuclit has soleilllil . one time. M. meets every first Monday night gone through the form of suspending lage title on horseback with their gus, This Is how be did It: The bass wero in each month. M. L. Henvrln, W. The New Home Sewing Machine Co Irange, Mass.v for one year this ancient coiiscriptiou and give performances of music and caught and strung on n lino nnd kept M.; Owen Hunter, Secretary. by ballot. Pearson's Weekly. iong In front of houses. They are HWimmlng In the water alongside the Hartford Chapter No. 84 O. E. S. treated with respect and lewarded boat. When the last fish was being meets every second and fourth Mongenerously according to their talents Infallible. placed upon the line ttie entire hunch day evenings. Miss Anna J. Patton, The druggist was becoming wearied There aie also women troubadours slipped away from the fisherman. But W. '!.; Jas. II. Williams, W. B.; by a shopkeeper, who. with no luteii among the Cossacks, and their per- Imagine his wonderment when nt tils Miss Elizabeth Miller, Secrotnry. Bucnws secm success I formances lu the pleasant surround tlou to buy. kept asking questions, ex next cast the last fish strung upon tho Rough River Lodgo No. HO Knights amlulng various articles, pricing them lugs of a garden or lu a street scene Hue took the halt and the whole seven SPECIAL OFFER: of Pythias meets every Tuesday evenA.trtlwUr riU4k.lUoar Mruuui cuiioaur. ' and deiiiandlng the milliner of 'their are Impressive. ing. W. F.. Anderson, C. C; J. Noy were safely landed. nui you K.Bl.w. Use. Finally she picked up a bottle. Prize ColkctlM Tho gentleman who vouches for this Foster, K. of R. & S. "Is this pest exterminator reliable?" I th flnMt Tml. O.U., bnl twIi. British Death Duties. Hartford Tent No. 99, K. O. T. M. story Is without doubt an honest and fcalte-- al jiltlri.iwW (pIcndM iPLKAaK.In all. tuiMIm she asked. "How Is It applied';" In the Denth duties on property OOARANTEKB TO truth telling man. New York Tribuue. meets every first and third Thursday "Von take a tahlcspnonful every half lirltMi Isles, whether belonging to ua fi nights. II. T. Collins, Commander; WHt0 Mentha lJUs, Pper. L. P. Foreman, Record Kcoper. hour, ma'am." the druggist replied lives or foreigners, nre progressive, Astronomers' Work, fVMAAMUMMMMMVWWWWI Acme Lodgo No. 339 1. O, O. F. wltli more than an ounce of satisfacranging upward from 1 per cent on M VENT The popular Idea of the astronomer, meets every second and fourth FriIKItUXAIvhI rwriw IfcW TalaakU' I U tent pwtoM M tion, mid the woman asked no more estates of the value of between $.'00 ays n writer In the World's Work, as day nights In each month. C. M. Hari ruMcues w miimii, lertu. wita- ipy ug 1 questions. St. Louis and IfL'.ftlXi. 'J per cent betweeu S'J.f.OO one who upends his time In sleeping by nett, Noble Grand; W. R. Hedrlck, Mk, lunmnmiuiu aM mm and Jft.OOO. 3 per cent between $.".000 day nnd peering through the small end Secretary. iws wcii a Quick Cure. L" "!iT!Wr rii, a.' and $2.t.0OO mid IS per cent on estates of a telescope by' night must be disHartford Camp No. 202 W. O. W. "How annoying! My wife Is always of .$5,000.1100 and over. missed. "The greater part of the mod- meets every second and fourth Satidling. The hard work fatigues her." There are also legacy and succession ern astronomer's time." unys the a r ti- urday nights In each month. Leslie "My wife also was always III, but amies, vurylug In percentage. tle, "Is spent In studying photographs. Bennett, Council Commander; W. C. now she enjoys the best of henlth." often with n mlcroscoe. Paradoxical Wallace. Clerk. No. 42, L. O. T. M Sunshine "How did you cure her?" Autotuogtstion. as It may seem, an astronomer today meets everyHive and first "I told her that I would give her so "What does autosuggestion mean?" gazea more often through a microscope nights in each month. third Friday . Mrs. Attye much a month for her drchscx and hei ntked Blnks. i'JjJtelescoie." than a Griffin, Lady Commander; Mrs. Lula doctor. Since then she Is quite well." "That's when your vjfe bogles to i ajr Pendleton, Lady Record Keeper. -- Purls Soarlre. figure out how much you and your Keystono Chapter No, HO, R. A. Correcting Hint, family would save In car fare If you "When I try to talk to you, Mnudle." M meets every third Saturday night Would Llko a Look. hud your own machine." replied, Jinks faltered Algy. "my betirt comes up Into In each month. John T. Moore High "Say. sheriff." Prieit: W. S. Tlnsloy. Secretary. ' Cincinnati Enquirer. my mouth I" SOCIETY OF EQUTY. "Vrs" "That shows bow little you know or AMERICANOfficers President, Ira M. National "I voted fer you. Can't yon show anatomy," said the lovely girl. "It J. Chryst, Hudson, Wis.; V. Presi- MtCALE, PATmuM No Escape. me a writ of habeas corpus? I rend so Crawford-l- f your friends poked fun Isn't your heart. Algy. It's your dia- dent. 'S. B. Robertson. Calhoun. Ky.: much about 'em thnt I'd kind o' Ilk? at you for having the artistic tempera phragm." Chicago Tribune. .'Secretary & Treas., H. O. Tank, Wau-Bato have it look at one n the darn tncnt. you must Wis. bare the laugh on thlugs." Kansas City Journal. ! Liberty. State Officers President. J. H. Mc- them now that you are so siirccKsful renfleld-K- ut Liberty may be defined as that con- Conncll, Princeton, Ky.: Vice Presiat nil. They sneer at me rtviv lUDscrnwrt thtn any other fa.Mna. Quick Pace. dent, J. II. Burney, Muhlenberg Co.; lt now for Mug oomraerclnllzed.-Nc- w dition of things which does not I suppose that your son. Is '.developSecretary ft Treas., S. B. Robertson, ' us to take liberties with others. York Time. ' Calhoun. Ky.; Organiser, T. H. ing spare." Tuck. Hartford, Ky. "Yes, and n pare thnt Is much too If thou n rt n man. udnilre those whe Good only to great and geaerous b4 Members State Executive Board-B- en fast for one of hi eurK."-Buff- nlo "- attempt great enterprises, even though Watson, Webster county;' J. W. winibiw, frultful.-Ball- ey. cent' lrlic j Dunn, Daviess county; Henry Plrtle, I ndwwcartpriMcftrS, AiMw- eatalon-- I they fall Fenecn. SOhio county; E. 1. Rsy, Hardin coun- C0.MMMiw.MkBl.HHl, three-quarteI Spot" Off Sabine Pats. A freak of nature never fully described Is the wonderful "oil spot." situated about ten miles south of Sabine pass. Into which Hows the Suliliiu river to the gulf of Mexico. The river forms the boundary between the states of Louisiana and Texas. The "oil spot" extends two miles along shore and seaof n mile. A ward about storm from the northeast, by way of east to southeast, has a rate of from .'100 to "Oil miles across the gulf of Mexico Into this mystic haven. ' During a gale this spot Is wonderfully defined. Looking seaward the scene Is grand. An acre of toucrlng foam marks the abrupt dissolution of the lashing seas as they thunder toward the shore. This occurs In about three fathoms, or eighteen feet of water, from which Hip storm driven craft, creaking nnd straining In every timber, emerges and suddenly finds herself reposing like a child rocked In Its mother's arms, hemmed In liy a wall of wrath, where the weary mariner can be lulled to rest by the roar of the winds. The place Is termed the "oil spot" not from any known analysis of Its nature, but simply from Its conditions It hns no troubled water. Philadelphia Inquirer. An Uphill Waterfall and a Tree That Squirms Like a Snake. Nature In thu tropics, left to herself. two distinct varieties of Immunity, said an old circus man. one ofVhlch we might nil the rovers and the other the stay tit hoiues, Willi my own taste for roving It was hard for trie to unpersons hi derstand that ninety-nin- e every hundred are content to stay hi one place most of their lives ami even nre unhappy If taken out of It. but there are such people, and they are the vast uiajoilty. The rover, who Is one man or woman lu a hundred, likes to wander and Is unhappy If loutlucd to one place. Probably If It were not for him there would be no circus. Love of the road has a troi)g hold on nil l to nnnl.lo. fnilil lielfol-lllel-tlm Hold of the Muiic and Sawdust Odor Circuit Court T. F. Blrkhcad, Upon Old Performers. W. I think there must lie Judge; Ben D. Bingo, Attorney; Sometime President; Henry Plrtlo, retary; S. E. Bennett, Treasurer. C. Q. Davenport, Warren county. Ohio county officers L. B. Tlch-cnoSec- r, Henry Leach, Chairman, HnrtfoM, Ky. 1. L. II. Tlchcnor, Hartford, It. F. COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION. "V DirjEtor.tDiiiL at Otto C. Martin ?zl y nil-pil- vSr. ?. j2KS nt Barnes & Attorneys at Smith ,"'! .f l ii cc-is- Yale-Harvar- t. ARTHUR Attorney at KIRK PREPARED e y - W. H. RILEY Hnrtfordt -- u, -- NEW HOME pun-hake- .t SEEDS' T - nt 1 ' ' .vn, f- 1 u, er-ro- Bal-mai- n, I wMM.T Fli 4 FATAL AMBITION, "" CASTORIA For Infants and Children. NOBLE AMBITION Ambition a Prime Necessity to 8ome Situation. Bo! Tho managers of a Brooklyn ccmo-ter- y advertise: "Craves finely situated, surrounded by the beauties of naturo. commanding a fine vlow of the bay, and, In short, meeting evpry requlro ment of the human family. People vho have tried them cannot bo persuaded to go elsewhere." Athousand itongucs could not express the gratitude of Mrs. J. K. Cox of Jollet, 111., for wonderful deliverance from an awful ifat.t. "Typhoid pneumonia had left me with a dreadful cough," sho wrltcs."Sometlme I had uch an awful coughing pell I thought I would die. I could get no help from doctor's treatment or other medicines till I used Dr. King's New Discovery. But 1 owe my life to th' wonderful remedy for I scarcely 'c:uc1 Quick and safe, IP, at all now." the most reliable of all throat and lung medicines. Every bottle guaranteed. 10c and $1.00. Trial bottle free m. at all druggists. American Salmon in Tasmania. American salmon in the fresh waters of Tasmania are prospering wonderfully. Some of them Increased In weight from two ounces to four pounds In 21 months. The Kind You Have a Successful Life. Two Notabl Escapes an Awful Fate. Bh HKpjSl Always Bought ALCOHOL 3 PEIt ANtgelaWtf Preparation ckxt s aiiiHidiiiisiiKruguaiuiKcqub ItngUic StoBOchs aiidUivHci Bears the Signature 1 ., nwwmBBBsyssssiiMM nomotesuigpsllonOffrw nessandRestrontalnsnoiiir .. i! t i.i umunLnuquunc iiar;uacrai. Bra. ft? ,, IN in AA W . Examples In the Bible, of A Right and Wrong Ambition Text It True Import A Glorious Life and Prospect Ruined by Wrong Ambition In Contrast, Another Glorious Lite Enhanced In Eternal Glory by Following Right Ambi tionsThe Leiaon to the Church of. Chriat Incidental Lesions to All and to Angels. i disordered. Dr. R. V. Pierce found years ado that a glyceric extract of golden seal aaJ Oregon grape roots, queen'sroot and hloodroot with black cherrybark, would help-massimilation of the food in the stomach, correct liver ills and in Nature's owta1 Tils medietas tv wajfi increase the red blood corpuscles. By ajtlmf called Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. fating the food eaten the systcr" is nourished and the iloost takes on a rich red color. Nervousness is only " the cry of the starved nerves for food," and when the nerve I arc fed on rich red blood the person looses those irritabjj fscl- I ingj,slccprtYcll ct niht and is refreshed in the morning. I YkL nervous dlvsase, which wajcanwil by "I was attacked with a Wash-bu- Man is a miliiorm.' o many tin t in tho possession ol blood cellj. Worn an ii not quite so rich, for scicnti'tt. nf.f proven that the normal man has five mH lion the woman only four and a liull million to a cubic millimetre of blood. of cd blood corpuscles and a person " looks pale " ist A decrease fact, U anaemic, tho blood doc) not t.ct tho right iocd and probably the stomach It -- Why Women a. - ,t RICH. e - r J. T. r t- 'laL . Esq. - SSSSSaai hw m of iyi ai.., a rilsonicred alomach ami liver," writes Mb. Jas. D. LP'ELY, o( All my fricrMi thought I r.ould ilia and Term.. oio 2, Ilax 31. the best tihrrlclina cave mo up. I was rUirfswl to try Dr. llerre'a same. Mr CJoldrn Medii'Rl Diteovcrv, rrtVi d.ricichronic berefit from would effect: that nothing to lanrr. it hml become to tat leu) run cure, but Dr. Plorec's rr.cJiclr.e lias done much fcrrre ami r ptrnar.cnt 1 Middy It, t heartily tdvio ila jw as a sptlntf tone, arvl further odvlw ailluir people to tsko Dr. 1'ierte's malliino lfors their dlseas"!) havo r .J lire --.at there U no f r j to v 1 n re . i foj- r and mailing only, t-- .il .l m, Ifil; SaiJ: NOTNAnCOTIC. Bij; ArfctoJiirswiumaa s1 tllV ur' V at II i II ll WflsiilnRion. C. November Of D. !i. Rus-ii'll'- Pastor s courses one. his KS' K Sid t Ion, Apctfecl Remedy for Cor.sli,-Sour Stonudi.UlirrfcfJ a I 1 1.1T KJ Voms.ColTlLstons.rflI,' 1 lLi nessandLossorSUJ: Exact Copy of Wrapper, The-onl- y ?j W If p CI EU S I US A IS " UsU W fl Thirty Year tm eianui concur, new to city. sasgsss9asssssss e LOUISVILLE triiuslntluii. declaring 'that he lind of the Riipiiort SlOU gUSSELQ sdiolnrslilp In The DemonsOf ThevSwamp. It thus: are mosnultos. As they sting they put Coil, did "Who. lifliiK lu the form of deadly malaria germs In the blood. not rncillltile it iisiiipiilloii to be on itn ley chills and the eipiallty with (!od, but IcontrurlwNel Then follow the iniiile Illinsclf of no reputation, nut) fires of fever. The appotito flies and tool: upon HI in the form of a servant." the strength falls; also malaria often The "IMKtor dccl.mil that whoever paves the way for deadly typhoid. has mi ambition has not properly be But Electric Bitters kill and cast Ambition Implies appre out the malaria gontis from the Ktiii to live. elation of life's value a llxiil detcrml blood; give you a fine appetite and nation to reach the :il decided iipnn renew your strength. "After long sufHe tirj:til parents and teaclwrs to assist fering," wrote Win. Fretwell, of ynuut; people lu foriulin; noble Ideals N. C, "three bottles drove and In determining which koiiI they all the malaria from my system, and will liend life's euerKles to reach. He good health ever since." also reminded them that many of those I've bad s'tomach, liver and kidsticcesisrul In life often declare bow Best for all ney ills. 50 cts. at ail druggists, ni. much they owe to noble Instructors. Lu-cam- a, correct text 2:i. huro report we lie took for rhillu-iilitn- s two ! I s 7. but tlie etl JAMES & CO., .First Class Centertown. - Kentucky. -- Prompt Attention and Good Service. TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, I OUR CLUBBING RATES, fl.36 The Republican and Louisville Herald 1.60 The Republican and Courier-Journ1.75 The Reptblican and St. Louis 1.60 The Republican and Home and Farm Inquirer 1.75 The Republican and 3.60 The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald 3.50 The jaepublicah and JJaiiy uwensooro inquirer O'boro Messenger 1.75 The Republican and 1.75 The Republican and Kentucky Farmer The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. 1.30 The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer.'... 1.50 The Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.50 al Globe-Democrat' Twice-a-WeekOwensbo- ro Many Woe-Bego- Faces. Poultry Supply Co. 305 East Market Street LOUISVILLE, KY. and original poultry supply house south of the Ohio River. We keep a full line of first-clas- s POULTRY SUPPLIES AND FEEDS. Write for Price List. nurVtwa "Full of . Life" N'orthem........ ... .J . ... 1. rciiuiaiiwi nae .. rraicrrcu McasnrnulHOa lu.httlll .!.. u. A" tUVft 1M .... A..f,.l .! thrill. It . SEEDS BtlANS . . tra $S9 : Gross plant the hut. Seasonable Specialties: Kduttee-l.x- '"".Ji I r' ' HI'fllEPFSEtLBSSlXCiEK' ..-- BULB St A. , kJ H P 111 - : . -. F.aillest Red Valentin Pod . New SUlnRlrsa Imp. Kidney Wax it J"s e Davis New Wli'Ve Wax . . U15 VmM . U y Uustiel Ctmie's Rust rroof Wax Cru Harlj- - . ft 50 Bushel ' e ' tt ij.70 Bushel J I f V.l r mwr Jmw w r iriil -win.ll.'antlHH On uuionninir miw x tltilil v g miyivii iuiumivv. (trflllir XtUtllvI F1 r r.rfc.uijL. - orrtn1lt1mL. KtM M.U J1 i r Souvenir . .T u ju...j.i. toiiection ul i, ajrui utM llwlBUt.rMihr t.lk ' .! Irla b .1 lit klllu. huKtU Uj Alaska . . . 5l-?"!" ' J 50 Uustiel New Kaily Gradus lionfonl'i Market Garilen . ij jo Uusliel Buckbec'a Lightning lUprcss Jj 00 Bushel Celtuce, Radlih. Tomato and a full line of ill. Plants ami llullu at lowest growing h?tij for complete calilogue or submit a list of Vour irqultcmrnts anil will quote pnee. Hu dlreet from the crow er Ssc Money. Wrlto today Mention this piper. Eitra Early PEAS .... Sett rMf T11p,U. uiif - i,u Tulr. Wrtta y I r ? PT - itiiM v - Fiwefc, Abm Ul iWgnrow VirrpJI V2H OLILNTH thljjper l..,ral ILul J -- P"'; .. ..;.., pii.i"i" lU.k IUI..I -- -. 1.1. '.-:.-- T.H1 Illu.lKL.1. II! .k.a.1 lh -n mr,A PI .hla. t D4bfl I aioi0a t'GMUrtbcrSi., H. W. BUCKBEE u RxlfwJ.I ttMiti 4tt4' . W. b'i.'SSB83 !'" lUH"ai'".-- . ICTTIfr - , ' ' ...ii,.!, - ,T.u.,Ui ..- IV . ..i r ...(.. q HT 1 r.0JK.'0S3.ILL. fin pROCUnEOANDDCrtNDCO.- -- - ijjrn " YCAUC EJCPEIUtlKCE 60 PatMt r.d lofrirnra.nt Practlc) Eiclutlvely. -- Traoc Marks HrainNS WAIrlNQTON, 0. V. rfnf - COPVRIOHTS 4t 5:TiTi; vrtol wiv wi(hnutfihrna.itttb v "-- SCrCMiifk 55!5., fluwrrcan. it 1. yw.Ulerj. liUNN 4Co4?e,,,rom"'New York moStlit. " e irB loumiO. Bola byali l .rn.i. I J ill auntrlM. ur ua 1M. W aWalS PATl NTS 4nrtlM Ua tfaomifbV, al our THAT PA liiwuw,aa4UpyautoiMew. i-- aoarrodi. unuw or ihici ier rn ion raUnUbWtr. H jMrV pnctDM. SUR I I I Book MMiNa RcrcntNCis. l'aUuU wrU OS.IOI iraatTjina fini lui ja-- vantn1 WAIHIHOTOW. P. m froRtaU. rrfto W 7 n. .nnlt.iiMi uiothci and heals a rouah yvr T.t..r'...j pi,mply.itin,anulwuniiivjfmivi li.j .-.. wri J ' E..i tit tin unpl. urn a mm.W ' 1TM ". ... 'iirnni. Krv.iDtln. 'letter. Ulcers and ',kla'ditjieiyIcMtoln curative properties, SOc a Box, At rnu unuriHa "1 tt't-rlsia OartfaaatH ..u ' & "";, rltsu,fa. n Don't waste your money buying life. "strengthening plasters. Chamberlain's This lack of proper ntubltlon, said be, makes life a drudgery and also Is n Liniment is cheaper and better. menace to our social fabric. According Dampen a piece of fiannol with it of and bind it over the affected 'parts to the P.lble. It is tbls humanlty-tbn- t will pull down our civil- and it will relieve the rain and soreization In n kind of blind fury-t- he ness. For sale by all dealers. awakening of nu nnibitlon which, not knowing Imw to exercise Itself, will declaration of Independence. bring trouble upon all. "My dear, I see you are having The Pastor then showed that the am- some clothes made for your poodle." bitious tenth of humanity turn the "Yes; It is tbe latest fad." "Well, I wheels of progress by not only keepserve notice right here that I don't ing their own minds occupied, but by isutton any dogs down the back." giving employment to others. Men of Louisville Courier-Journa- l. ambition leading on to genius have helped mankind to larger conceptions Helps A Judge In Bad Fix. of life and wider possibilities. Grjnt-luJustice Ell Cherry, of Gillis Mills, the necessity for legislation hi restraining combinations of bruins and Tcnn., was plainly worried. A bad money, let us never forget how much sore on his leg bad baffled several we owe to the ambitious men whom doctors and long resisted all remedwe seek to restrain from crushing ies. "1 thought it was a cancer," he those of less ambition and capacity. wrote. "At last I used Bucklen's ArnThe Lesson of the Text. ica Salve, and was completely curThe Pastor said that while the Apos- ed." Cures, burns, boils, ulcers, cuts tle does not specify Satun In contrast bruises and piles. 2ocents at all drugwith .leans, yet between the lines of gists, m. m:r text we may lead that he had this Left Charlie Guessing. thought In mind. Then the speaker "Charley, dear," said young Mrs. traced Satan's career us set forth In " "Why the Scriptures. Lucifer, one of the Torklns, "what Is a most glorious spirit beings, became do you ask?" "Mother used the term Inpossessed of a sinful ambition. in conversation this afternoon and I stead of the righteous ambition to couldn't make sure whether she was vrve and honor his Creator, bethought talking about you or a game of In have an empire of his own and Imcards." prove upon the Divine oider of thing. Lucifer's ambition led him to attempt State of Ohio,- - City of Toledo, ) to carry out his program In eouueetlon )3s. Lucas County. with mankind. Thenceforth be was He . Frank J. Cheney makes oath that known as Satan. Cod's advei&ary. has been permitted to show theevll bo Is senior partner of tho firm of results of his chosen course. Bin soon F. J. Cheney & Co., nolng business he Is to be restrained a thousand years, In tho City of Toledo, County and while Messiah's Kingdom gives nil an State aforesaid, and that said firm opportunity to return to binnoiiy with will pay the sum of ONK HUNDRED Cod and to nttatn everlasting life Pltl DOLLARS for each and every case mutely Satan will be destroyed, toof Catarrh that cannot bo cured by gether with nil hiving his spiilt. tho use of Hall's Catotrh Cure. The Logos Humbled Himself. FRANK J. CHENEY. the Then the Pastor contrasted Sworn to before nu and subscribed coi.rse of the Logos, the Only begot- In my presence, th's Cth day of ten Sou of Ood He was the er. A. D. 1SSC. of obedience and A. W. GLEASON, liMtead of meditating a Notary ivsj)llc. (Seal.) usurpation of Divine authority. n declared. "My rather Is greater than I " Hall's Catarrh t'uro is taken inMan's full brought opportunity to ternally, and acts directly on tho As a per- blood and mucous surfaces of the manifest lov'rng obedience. fect man was condemned to death, stj system. Send for testimonials free. man's redemption must be accomplishF. J. CHENEY A CO., Toledo, O. ed by the death of a perfect man. m. Sold by all Druggists, 75c. Heueo the Divine proposal that the a mau. taking the sinLogos become ner's nature, but tint the sinner's weaknesses and sin. that He might become the Redeemer. For IafanU aad ChildrM. Attached to this priioal was the rewnrd-exaltatpromise of a great fisKWYNHin Always to the Divine nature, glory, honor and Bears the Immortality. Jesus declared that by tils falthfulnes He had beeu reward- Btgnatura of ed with a place lu tbe l'ather'8 Throne. The Lesson of Humility. Altogether Too Literal. Pastor Russell showed that the AposBoarder (tackling a tough Bteak, to tle was seeking to Impress the lesson of humility Our Lord Jesus exempli-tie- d boarding house keeper) "When you this hi Ills course, not meditating undertook to provide, me with board, for an lustai to grasp Dvlne honor madam, I was unaware that you meant nnd association lu Ils Father's Throne. to do so literally!" And behold Cod's wonderful grace lu exalting lllm to Mis own right bund. Tho boy's appetite is often tho The Father has 'tirade a similar source of amazement. If you would proposition to the Church. If we be- have such an appetite take Chamcome dead to the world, laying down berlain's Tablets. They not only creour lives In tiliedlcnce to the Father's ate a healthy appetite, but strengthwill, we shall bliaiv oirr ltedeeuiei en the stomach and enable it; to do Throne. Its work naturally. For sale by all dealers. nine-tenth- s g four-flush?n Then tbe Pastor commented on the fact that In a croud of a thousand people less than a hundred show by their faces and energy that they are pursuing an Ideal, an ambition. In other words, of poor, fallen Immunity lack the very mainspring of nine-tenth- s Strange. Strange things happen. The other evening we were kept awake for an hour or so by two men arguing a certain question and for once the man with the loud voice was right. - .1 i Twice-a-Wee- k Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN. YOUR Letter Heads Bill Heads t i Noteheads Envelopes Statements Cards And other printed forms are given Special Attenton In The Republican Job Department. 'i0" STOMACH - TROUBLE ' ,'"'' FIVE I I Black-Draught Black-Draught : FOR YEARS decided to'j did not havf : Majority ef Frieris Tkettgkt Mr. Die, Bat taking other medicines. take his advice, although any confidence in it. I have now been taking CASTOR I A Hughes Woald Om Helped Hi. U lon Butf Receverj. Pomeroyton, Ky. In Interesting ad- for three months, and it has cured me Z&fl&U haven't had those awful sick headachi since I began using it. for what BUc I am so thankful vices from this place, Mr. A. J. Hughes Draught has done for me." has bee Thedford's writes as follows: "I was down with valuable medicine for d stomach trouble for five (5) years, and found a very would have sick headache so bad, at rangements of the stomach and liver. It times, that I thought surely I would die. is composed of pure, vegetable herbs, I tried different treatments, but they contains no dangerous ingredients, aad acts gently, yet surely. It can be, freely did not seem to do me any good. bad, I could not eat or sleep, used by young and old, and should fet and all my friends, except one, thought I krpt in every family chest. Get a package today, He advised me to try would die. -Only a quarter, and quit i Tbtsjlord's I got so 5Black-Draug- VI "A jj , TSSS!m&Mmfrrit!JttmMUmtniMMT.!i 2 JE BILEP GLADSTONE. WHAT Here' IS A RESTAURANT7 PREPARING FOR OLD AGE. MARRIAGE BY FORCE. - C Only Time Olsrseli Laughed In the Commons. Dfetr&eU. It Is ail Id. laughed only onco Mr. Glad- Jta Ob bouse of cuniiuoiix. fasd made mi Impassioned speech gts Rarer of the union of Wnllnclila and 2WeWvla. Mr. Disraeli. )inkln In ityrx)10t. pointed out Hint tlio result 4Aa It Was the the extinction of the of these people, nnd the only the iaBKTt would bewith remorse "which admirable maUlx; painted the rhetorician of the day." In reply Mr. Gladstone said thnt he worfM ntt he Eullty of the nlTer-tczimo.v of prctt'iiilliiR to ho iRtmrnnt Ifcat that destination "tho rhetorician r llw; day" was Intended for himself. 3r. 1israell Interrupted with I the really your pardon. I le rt mean that." Dhniell sat down 3M with ji sntlatlcd smile that told of his enyiiKMit. exprpsp(t face Xlr, Gladstone's aaoaaement unci IndlRiintlnn. His had placed him In the mortify 'Jojr position f iipplylnc n remark to ajnielf which had no such personal rerrreiicc. therefore Gladstone's wrath jnd Dlsniell'H smile. The Liberal leader proceeded with his speech nnd tlic "sesquipedalian words nnd Inflated liinuunee" of the leader of the Oottnervatlves. Sx -- ojold d SWALLOWING A PILL except nourishment. This Is carefully extracted from all fond before It reaches you. Kvery restaurant nowadays has attached to It a homeless lintel and a drugless drug store, n newspaper stand, where you can buy n paper for not over twice whnt you can get It for across the street, nnd a box olliOe dispensary, where you can get theater tickets for nlmost any night you don't wnnt them nt the same rates. Kvery restaurant also has a wine cellar which Is tilled with native cobwebs. EuroJuice. pean labels and Cnllforuid-grnp- e -- Life. a Definition of the New York High Life Brand. A restaurant U n place where you pay $1 for 15 rents' worth of food, acworth of light companied by about labor, light china and light music, which you have hoard before. After IcMving your lint with a Wall xtreet xyndlcnte you pay nil the way froth Tor the privilege IQ cents to !!." cent nf getting It back and wearing It onco more. The clltTerenee between n innn and woman Indeed today Is quite sim0 nil nt onco ple. A woman pays for her lint, while n man pays $." for his and $."" more In tip lustnllmoutf for storage at restaurants while he 1 vainly trying to obtain enough nourish' mont to sustain life between times. The object of all restaurants N to furnish you with everything you want If You Reach Sixty.fivs Years What Wilt Be Your Condition? men living nt tho age of twenty fiOO Econwill stlil be alive nt sixty-live Actuaries say thnt of each thousand fi By Tsase Becng Too Comelous of the Act We A TALE OF THE SEA. Make It Difficult. plain words, the scientific RWJneed to Lucky Retcue of a Boy Who Wat WjMxin why ho many people find It Lathed to the Branch of a Tree. dimcult to swallow a pill Is A sailor tells n tale of peril that Is they tr to. He was oile of Wtoile Uils sounds paradoxical. It Is. out of tile ordinary. from British Guiana to Rio Janeiro. When off the mouth of the Parana river there came on u calm, followed by a dense fog. At 10 o'clock In the morning there came out of the fog the voice of a human being, calling for help. A noise In a fog Is very deceptlve.jnd this one could not be located, but an answer Aid right there Is where the xmes with most people. The ing "hello" was given. rujreuiar effort mnde to swallow the Suddenly something struck the ves3JM,acciinipauIed by the thinking about sel on the port quarter. and ,lt,was really"ninders the proper work- - made out to be a tree, and In lb tf the throat muscles that would branches was a native boy, lashed to oJllUTwrlse'act properly lacnrrying the a limb and almost unconscious. The tree was caught with a rope and the 3? iiU down the throat. boy taken on board. Ji similar condition Is'that of a It was half a day before he rallied playing well when alone aud In the presence of listeners. enough to tell his tale. He nnd bis s rather had been hunting twenty miles 31 fcaa been advanced that fear the nervous system, causing up the Parana river when n sudden Musician to fumble and the pill freshet came down. ISoth climbed the io procrastinate. New Tork same tree, but It was rooted up and carried clown the river. The father "CtVofW. tied tils son to u limb with bis loin cloth, hut before lie could thus protect "Majority and Plurality. E tpolltlcs the plurality Is the great-cx- . himself the tree tilted over, and he f more- than two numbers nnd Is was swept away. The lwy had been nU the xcesn of the highest number floating three lay and nights when Louis picked up.-- St. cast for nny one candidate rwvibe next highest number. When iiiramr!k1at; receives out of 10,000 votes Our Longest River. sast 4.000 and two other candidates receive respectively 3.G0O and 2.500. the Our longest river Is the Mississippi ilmS, $r, elected by u plurality, though There Is no other stream within our ea.as received less than a majority of borders that can stand a moment's fA article vote, and he is said to havo comparison with, the "Father q Wai jiiairallty of'fjOO votes. If the num.-Sx- y ters.'! To be .sure, there are some who claim that th really great rlveMs the are C.OOO. a.QOO nnd 1,000, the Is 2.000 'and tbe plurality is Missouri, that that stream is theinain "30G. A majority, therefore, must be one. of which the Mississippi Is only n ouort tfcnn half the entire vote- cast, tributary. Rut the claim Is without axttt candidate's majority is, then, tbe foundation. The Missouri, from Its fii'tWerenoe between the number of votes source In the northwestern Rocljes to JSe received and the combined number Its Junction wlih the Misslsslpplyit St. 'jtefl cast for all other candidates; Louts, is u distinct stream frojn the r plurality b the difference between one Into which It empties near?" that iJrg own number nnd the dtimbe? point. It Is quite true that fro'ui the by the candidate tienrest to him. headwaters of the Missouri to the gulf Taf authorities. Jtftat la eating our 2!ubt atairt terftclcss. true, according to the the crew of an English ship bound The explanation Is food we swallow it automatically' and Rive no to the act of swallowing, but wtttt a pill we put It in the mouth nnd say to anrsclvcs. "This Is n very small Xct and will be difficult to swallow; 3! aciKt make an effort to dotuls." dlffl-cwtti Jcct. jQ - Globe-Demo-:r- itt t0 Timid About Bathing. .Afttdbald Colquhoun relates that a ""Ttice Is a strong prejudico In against, bathing aud even washes' vblle on a Journey and for somo bcya afterward. The dust Is not wash-ftt the face for some days after especially if the traveler has come "Atom tbe 'ticrras callentes' (hot counts-. r lower region), for a too sudden opming of the pores of the skin wilt -wrtatajy produce fever, according to tfiewlsr belief, The people of Nlcara-zmAccording to Squler, 'are general-2- S vicrupalously clean In their persons, cau?iH Hchen trnvellug, nnd then the tuat'flf vat-e- Is iirohlblted." Nlca-ttas?ud, -- the distance Is greater than It k.froiu the headwaters of the Mississippi to the gulf, tint In the one case It lit two streams. In the other only one. New Vork American, 'farmers on a visit to Liverpool Mtaed npoii the platform of a railway tAtttfMAi, when n lady passed dressed In tli; fcrj&bt of fushlon. Vkc?. Mm," said one. "whnt do you ttnfaik vl .that, IndV" Jtata looked nt her for n minute and $3nm nld. Ay, Tom, It's bad ground sthiet takes so much top dressing!" TJwerpoct Mercury. -- Wry f The Agriculturist' View. The Dream Lion. A Vienna professor Is credited with saying that dreams are usually wish fulfillments. Maybe so. Whnt about that childish dream in which the ferocious lion comes bounding along behind yon, nnd you run as boy never ran before, and the llou closes the gap little by little, and then all of u suddenyour legs row limp uud your muscles turn to water and your feet you fray out. and tho lion leaps-a- nd awake with a yell. If your voice Isn't paralyzed, and everybody In the house Cleveland Plain wakes with you? Dealer. An Egoiit. "Hero Is another detlultlon of an egoist" "U't's have It" "An egoist Is a man who never dls appoints himself, no matter how often he disappoints others." BlrmiDbam Age-Heraj- Fate. ood mail, how did you come Same Antwer. "And so you married a poor man Ctefceiu prison?" --Wote, 1 guess, ma'am." Ifter all. What are you living In?" "A llttle'tlat." ' VSte? I don't understand you." "Aud haw di you Hud married life?" "W;II, you see. It miibt huve been Post that somebody would be In this "A little coSi when you enmo along asking fool Rapid Passage. .yuseitWiw, and of course 1 had to be "Do any of the good ttilugs you hope tike Kuy." Detroit Free Press. for come to pus?" "They all come to pass,, but they How She Knew. meea-Wb- eu youug Mr, Gaynlan wu come aud pass so doggnued swift I to me the other day I can't grab 'em." Houston Post.. IfaetiwducJHl rJiiaxrl 'he iieemed painfully embar- Real Fame. fata il didn't seem so to me, but on "My grandfather nVw his own pennant as a commodore In tho nary." ChMfctaj: iiii up In the commercial "Yah! My grandfather helped I fouud he wan. Boston one In a world's series." Pitts"2Ctscrlit. tluf-PltUcburgb cn-tu- burgh Post Tu eek'm to Be Exact. Disappointed. vruudpa had a perplexity Ot Dorcas-Y- ou sa) the hero was dlap 9cNerauy." "Aid small Dorothy. -l-VWtiltxHy lit!" echoed little Clark. pointed In love? Iiorothy i Ye. He thought that after marriage his father mran a parallel stroke, dou't Inlnw would sapimrt hlm.'-Jnd- ge. Stories. Tty omists dcclnre thnt of the f00 living nt sixty-fiv200 will be In want: that s of the pauperism in America Is among people who havo passed this same ngo of sixty-tlvA man Is, of course, sometimes brought to want In oM nge through accident, through continued Illness of himself or his family, through a dozen and one mischances against which even (he wisest Is helpless ndequately to provide. In spite of this, however, there nre certain tried and proved recipe by which a young mini mny guarantee nt least the probability that ho will not be found nmong the unfortunate 200 after the age of sixty-live- . Avoidance of wasteful, destructive habits: thrift, economy, the practice of spending habitually less than one earns, the habit of study, which Increases one's usefulness nnd earning power such nre a few of the stable qualities which distinguish the young man approaching no. Independent old nge from the ono approaching a condition of want. Stand the actuary's thousand men In n row, divide them TEA AS A MEDICINE. Into two groups, the one iwssesslng the habits and qualities noted nbovo nnd the other lacking them, and there Freshly Made and Taken In Moderawould be little dltlictilty In telling from tion It Helps the System. which group will come the 200 nnd Tho use of ten. ns opposed to Its Plain nbuse or misuse. Is highly beneficial from which the Dealer. to the system. There Is no Mvmedy equal to It for n tired headache. It WOOD FROM THE 'MOON. washes out the stomach and gives It a fresh start for the next monl. A cup Queer Decision of the Most Primitive of tea in the early morning will orten Race on Earth. enable a bettor breakfast to be taken, "north pole natives" nllurted to and ono In the afternoon between 4 The by Captain Amundsen lu n recent lec- and S o'clock helps to complete the ture were discovered by him while ho clIgcMhm of the midday meal. Furthermore. It serves u good purwas navigating his little crafL the GJoa. through the Northwest passage pose In making the blood circulate more freely and In dilating the vessels In 1003-7- . He christened them "Nechllll" nnd of the skin, thus assisting In the elimination of wuste matter. In tills reconsidered them to be the most primitive race on earth. No white man had spect It Is much better ndapted than ever beforelnvaded their Icy fast- cold drinks ln hot weather, particunesses. Consequently they were Igno- larly for those engnged In active outrant of the use of Iron. Their Ashing door pnnes, such as tenuis, for It Imnlements were long spears, fashion makes a more efficient thirst quencher ed out of reindeer horn. They. knew nnd by Hushing out the tissues Helps no other method of procuring fire than to prevent the onset of fatigue. Have It freshly made, tike It lu moderation, thnt of rubbing two pieces of wood Thev were. In short, still In and It will never do nny harm. F.spe-the stage of civilization reached by our j dally Is this the case with China tea. i From "Nervous Breakdowns." ancestors of the stone age. So cot off were they from others of Homer and Humbug. their kind that they Imagined their I do not mind confessing thnt for n tribe was the only one In the worm and displayed the utmost astonishment long time I have been very skeptical when told of nonulous countries far to about the classics. I was myself trainthe south, where neither Ice nor snow ed as a classical scholar. It seemed cvnL The Olon and her crew they thing to do with me. I acquired thoucht to have dronned from the such a singular facility lu handling moon, and the Qrst Nechllll to como Latin nnd Greek that 1 could take u aboard felt the deck, masts, boats, page of either of them, distinguish oars, all the while whispering to one which It was by glancing at It nnd. another In amazement. "How much with tho help of n dictionary and a wood there Is In the moon how very compass, whip off a translation of It much!" London Standard. In less than three hours. But I never got any pleasure from It. I lied about the pleasure of It At first, Too Eager. There Is a lady In Richmond who has perhaps I lied through vanity. Any in her employ a darky servant of a scholar will understand tbe feeling: most curious disposition. Later on I lied through habit later still "Did the postman leave any letters. because, after all. the classics were all Lily?" the mistress asked on one occa- that I had and so I valued them. I sion on returning from a call In tho have seen a deceived dog thus value n pup with a broken leg aud a pauper neighborhood. "There ain't nuthln' but a postal child nurse a dead doll with the saw?ard. ma'am." said Lily. dust out of It Stephen Lea cock In "Who Is It from?" asked the mistress Century. craftily. "'Deed. I don't know, ma'am." said His Own Medicine. Lily, with an air of entire Innocence., "It you marry him." said her papa, "Well, nny one that sends me a mes- who was exhibiting symptoms of viosage on a postal card is either very lent displeasure. "I will not only have ittipld or Impertinent" suggested tho to support him, but I will have to pay lady of the house. bis debts too." "Excuse me. ma'am," said Lily, with But tbe pretty girl nnd petulant llgnlty. "but that ain't no way to tnlk youug thing who was bunging to his bout yo' own mother!" Philadelphia coat lapels was not moved by the arLedger. gument. "Now, papa." she said, "you know Population of Earth. well enough that Fred has to live Just Tbe population of tho entire earth Is I tbe same as other men. nnd ns to his around 1.000,000,000. Of this number. debts, rve beard you say nunureas or Asia has over half, 850,000.000; Africa. times thnt a man's debts ought to be 127.000,000; North America. 120,000,-30paid." Pittsburgh Dispatch. South America. 45.000,000; Australasia. C.000.000; Europe. 380.000.000; All Alike. polar regions. 300.000. There are no Miss Agnes Repplier tells In the Atmeans of estimating the Increase in lantic u story aluiit a New York social the earth's population, owing to the worker, a woman of earnest character paucity of statistics aud tho comparaaud Intelligent methods, who bad tively recent date at which auy sort worked hard to establish resectable But It Is dauce balls for poor girls. The woman of statistics were possible. safe to say that from now on. owing bad delivered an address at a meeting. to thG spread of science the human InA young married woiiiau of a wealthy crease will be greater thau ever before. and fashionable set Inquired whether New York American. the glrla for whose welfare the work was being conducted never stayed at Dodges the Qerms. "Never." replied the sieuker, home. "I nnderstuud that your neighbor "and you will pardon me for suylug It, Jinks has a deadly fear of microbes neither do you." and takes every possible precaution to avoid Infection." Easy Bravery, "That's true. He won't even read a .links From what you told me of it contains your motbcr-iu-lnbook or article If he thinks I should think any germs of tbought'-Baltlm- ore you'd have heard enough from her In American. . person, without having cared to Induce her to talk Into your phonograph. ' Her Odd Way. Fllklns-O- h, you can't Imagine the Glles-- My wife Is a queer woman. pleasure It gives me to stnrt the maWhy. MlleH- -r Indeed! Giles -- Yes. chine going nnd thou shut It off right when she has occasion to drive a tack In the midst of a sentence. Puck. sbe uses n hammer instead of a hairbrush. Chicago News. A Human Habit 'There Is one paradoxical thine ,. Far Cneugh,' which we all do "Does your wife make your money "What Is (hat?" go fur?" "We long for tiring when we sre "I Judge so.. None of It has ever shorf-Baltim- ore American. Hlo come back that I know Express. London's Owners-London- 's till square miles are owned From Abstract to Concrete. by 38.200 Individuals. Only 700 people "You say her love affair have prq own Ave acres or more, and M.Ouu tressed from abstract tc In which they guarantee map own only tbe bouses "Yes; she Jilted a title live. to take on a builder' -- Judge. eight-ninthii 300.-Clev- eland -tin-onl- y 0; -M of."-Butleonc-rete?- " Greenland Youths Have a Rough Way of Showing Their Love. Tho courtship and marriage customs among the Greenlauders were hi early times simple and unceremonious. When u lovelorn youth made up his mind as to the girl he wanted to adorn nnd be useful In his hut of Ice or snow ho went to her house nnd dragged her , rorciuiy to ins own uonuiiu. wuere sue was expected to stay without nuy further marriage ceremony. he would If mi iiHliii'iit tirlclcL-nxiiIperhaps soothe her lacerated feelings by presenting her with u now lamp or some other nrllclo of household Utility. No matter Imw willing uud own eager i the bride was to marry n young num. 4 Ksklnm etiquette demanded that she should resist eery attempt to drag her to her new homo, nnd she mint weep and wall bitterly once she was there. Jndeed. she must continue to weep and wull for some days, run to her mvu home, only to be dragged hack ugsln. It is said that this extremely simple marriage ceremony Is tho only one'stlll lu use on the east coast of Greenland, nnd tho laws governing divorce are as informal as the laws of marriage. ' Loudou Telegraph. OVERCOATS! ! 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