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OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY HARTFORD, OHIO COUNT YY., FRIDAY, MAY RAISE NOVEMBER 14, 1913. - chnnts' Mutual Line, of Ontario, went to pieces on the rocks, six miles HOT WORDS BLIZZARD cast of Keweenaw Point In Lake Superior 'before daylight Saturday; LAKES bound for Port Arthur, Out. Blown IN SENATE fifty miles off course to the south shore; crew of seventeen rescued after having lived for threo dave in a Democrats on Disagree Shores of hut on a reef; loss $100,000. "Wreckage Unidentified vessel wrecked on Currency Measure. roel.s at Augus Point, Isle Royle, Inland Seas. Luke Superior. Among the frail craft Jeopardized to but saved was tho Santa .Maria, a Hitchcock Declares He Will Mot Loss of Life and Destruction reproduction of Columbus' caravel, Be Bound By Caucus To of which was bound from Chicago to Property Appalling-Tal- es San Francisco. It was driven Into a Please President. mud bank near Krlc. Horror Told by Survivors. Tho vessels reported aground with slight or no damage numbered more I 11. Tho adNov. Washington, of than thirty. ChlcaKO. Nov. 11. Tho shores ministration decision to throw the Superior, Huron and Erie were Imui Judge Nunn Very 111. pending currency bill before the conKtrown tonight wjth the wreckage of Judgo T. J. Nunn as his many ference of senate Democrats resulted three day gaylo and a snowstorm. ji y. the pfiiatc wKh cost tlio lives of probably thre rrieuds here will rcgrot to lean:, has it an c..tbjr?t fnHltchcosk of Nerrom Frankfort, where Senator scora persons, turned bottomuv In been romoved court of ap- braska, who has voted as vessel with Its ho Is a member e a throughout tho delibtrow, wrecked or grounded numer- peals to his home at Marlon, Crlttcn a proper den county quite ill. Judge Nunin erations declared on tfe floor that ous ot er craft and caused yet uncstimated, but has been In more or less bad health he would not change his convictions ty loss as for a number of years, and lately, It even to moot the president's view which will run Into the millions. worse. whlh .would prevent his voting his The details or the storm, which would seem, has b:en grwolng Senator Reed of (MiThere Is no more popular man In convictions. western end literally swept from hte Western Kentucky than Judge Nunn. ssouri declared that tho time has not of La'c Superior to the eastern shore or Lako Krle, becamo known only and any reiort that In Is not In goo come to give up hope for a commitnontoday when survivors began arriv- health will grieve all of bis acquain- tee agreement and urged that ports with tales of tances. If the report which reached partisan deliberations in the coming in various Is correct, ho Is mittee Tho committee continue. hardships nml heroic rescue soldom the In rather a precarious condition. made two ineffectual attempts to jjet equaled on tho lakes. down to work today. Another atThe land the storm lilt hardest was tempt will be made tomorrow to get Cleveland, O., where twenty-on- e at the committee together on the bill, Inches of snow fell, five persons were GOOD OIL STRIKE but "little success Is expected to atand ten others lest, killed, und tend the offort. causwhere $2,000,000 damage was ON ALLEN FARM "I would not permit myself to be ed to property.chlcfly telephone and bound by the decisions ot a secret telegraph systems, thus keeping that caucus on an Important matter of city out of direct couimunlsatlon for legislation like this," declared Mr. two days. The death toll with many Drill at Hitchcock. "I am assured by a numSand Penetrates ports unreported, Is told thus: ber 9f senators on this side that they Twenty-fivicrhaps forty, men Depth of 1928 are equally opposed to a secret legprobably drowned In the overturn-- . islative proceeding. The senate 13 lug of a freighter found floating In Feet. tho proper place to discuss this bill." Huron. '.ake Mr. Hitchcock spoke of "outside St. Five ibodhs washed ashore at influences" brought upon the comJoseph, on the Canadian .side of The well on' Waller Allen's farm Ijntu Huron. Four h;ul belts juarkeJ five miles North East of 'Hartford, mitter when its members were told "Wtxfcrd," and one wore a bolt which is being drilled by Marsh the prsldeuet could net accept the decision of the majority. Surkod "London." Bros., has a flue showing of oil at "I feel that when ho senate reTh,re bodies washed ashore on the a depth of 1,92$ feet, and operations fers to a committee an Important or Huron. West 3hoie are suspended until tho owners an bill of this character the senate is Two bodies washed ashoro oppo-slt- e arrive to see It "drilled In." Twcn-- t entitled to have members of the comtho position of the overturned eight feet or sand was penetrat- mittee examine it carefully and vote boat. ed and the drillers pronounce It the according to- - their own convictions Six Snonibcrs of a llghtboat drown- finest looking sand jet found in the and beliefs." ed In Lake Krle, near Buffalo. field. There seems to he no doubt Senator Kern, chairman of the but that a fine well will be brought Democratic caucus, replied to SenaThe cscaes from death were num- in In a few feet. This Is on the North Hitchcock, declaring It was not erous. After the storm abput Fri- from the Carter and Snell wells. It tor binding caucus day midnight, had blown awaay the will therefore give great impetus to proposed to hold a currency bill in nor to vote on tho forward part of tho ship, Cant. J. the oil activities hero and Indicates Dudlebon, of the steamer L. C. more than pver a great flold In Ohio tho conference. Waldo, nnvigatul by a small inac- county. Results Not Entirely Satisfactorj'. curate compass and the, .aid of a Tho well near Olatou is expected Roslne, Ky., Nov. 11. Editor Reway In within a few lantern, held bj a nailer. In this das. publican WLth pleasure and regret I he guided himself and crew to a "Work Is progressing In a satisfacwill of the voters of reef, where the crew on landing, suf- tory manner at tho Sarvls Hill well bow io tho Ohio county Nov. 4, 1913. With much fered Intense cold and hunger un- be) Mid Beda. pleasure I received the news of the til their rescuo today. success of our canldates, who were The crew on lito Turret Chef, when Agreament Reached. elected, but was truly hurt for those tho ship struck te rocks in lake Tho district committee of the Con- of our ticket who wentdown In were forced to go ashoro solidated Tobacco Growers AssociaAm frank to say each candiscantily clad. They built a hut to tion, which convened in Oweushoro date of tho Republican i arty was opprotect them from tho blizzard. on Tuesday morning, and remained posed by a man in every way qualImpossible even to It was In session during the entire day disgentleman well worthy th loss to vessels wrecked cussing the constitution and bylaws ified and a tho confidence placed in him by tho by grounding. Shipiwrs cv ilamased of tho association, coucludod its work- - voters of Ohio county. Will say I the lota in In Detroit estimated just before hto noon hour Wednes- am only too prowl of the. gooJ allow Lake Huron and the Uotrolt and day. ing made by a combination of the St. Clair Rivers at uloue ,to be sevAn ngreoniont was finally reached two factions of tho old tlmo Ropu'o-llcahundred thousand dollars. Three on eral tho constitution and bylaws which In Ohio county. Now In my the wrecked steamors increase will bo prteented to tho Henderson less by $;00,o00. while the Bcarea department in district caucus, whore humble opinion, threo weeks before tho tits election our county would have of smaller craft driven ashore In a Joint agreemont will be reached. ticket, but Lake Superior and Lake Erie will Just as soon as this has beon accoin-plishe- eleoted n full Democratic things got so warm by tho enthus send tho total much higher. tho constitution and iasm shown by the Democrats Tho more Important nilBtiaps to will be decided on at tho Joint meet laughing and talking about the split ebsels were: ing of tho Conbolldated Tobaoeo In our ranks caused many a hard steel freightUnidentified Growers association throughout tho heart to melt, and as things beHubottom-u- p In Lako er, floating entire district for their approval or gan to show algus of a Democratic ron, a few miles south of Port Hu. rejection. This organization is com-pos- victory, it caused their hearts to bo cargo probron. Uullt In Canada, of about 10 counties embrac kneaded togother, and in ten days ably flax; United States ing tho Heudorson and Uropn Ktver more wo could havo elected our o crew found vessel In such position districts. ticket by a good majority. as to have niudo It almost ImpossiTho numnerof submitting the toon- I wish the Democrats all good ble for any of tho crow of twenty-flv- o stltutlou and bylaws to the growers luck, the good Lord has ever to hae escaped. will be decided on at the joint meet for them to have, and re Lightship No. 12 In Lake Krle, off ing to 'bo hold" in Henderson, duo joice over their men Just elected, I'ort Albino, tifieen miles west of uotlco of which will be given the for they have always fought u good Uurfalo, with crow of six, believed they fight and only lost because e members. lost; llfoboat found floating bottoni-aldAt tho oxecutlvo mooting held in failed to rally to tho rooster. Those up in wreckage of ship floated .tho city hall on Tuesday aftornoon, brave old chicks knaw their' food into- - Buffalo harbor. there was a largo number of farm-er- a was always kept in the barn, an ini Steamer L. C. Waldo, of ,Bay who could not enter the meeting Transportation Company, Detroit, torn because, of tholr inability to give ago of tho log cabin. With lovq and friendship fo all to pieces by storm Frfday night, and tho password. At lu'yltation was exand mahvee toward nono, I am alwat pounded against rocka on Chill ' Hock, tended tct"thoso BO desiring, to pay ready to accept a victory or how to JlXnitou Island; captain and prew their dues and have their names en- a defeat. PERRY CROWDER. men and two women of twenty-fiv- e is said that rolled as having been without nearly 00 members. It rescued after Osteopathy. . persons took advantage ) food ,'or ninety hours; terribly frozott tho opportunity and joined the Dr. G. B. Dockery, oatooiathlc en; taken tonight to i Hqughton, ' physician, has located in Beaver Dam. f or f300,-00- mi w movement, jjltli.j vessel, which is loss For Sale Saw mill outfit complete. Ky and ask oil who ore in any way was 4.4CC gross tonnage, with planer, "brick, and tlio machine. Rea ufflloted to call on him for free conkeoI,v and i was .built ii sonable terms. DEAN BROS., Hart-lor- sultation and examination. Office in 1S96, 18t2. 12t6 i Casebler building. Mer- Kyv Steamer Turret Chief, of the THEEMBARGO Mexican Rebels Could Get Arms From Us. Ministers From Central' American State's Kept Informed by Sec- Litters require no advice; that they aro old heads at the game and have no cause MOTHER KILLS to worry. Tho act of carclcsanoss of tho most experienced may cause tho death of HER CHILD a dear friend. It may cause his oyn death. Who can say? No one can know. In against the blund Afterwards Turns Gun crs of others 'and tho posslblo lapse Upon herself. of tholr own caution every hunter should endeavor at all times to promote the habit of constant caution in the hunting field. Crazed fiy News of Death of Her .' Former Louisville Mayor Dead., Louisville, Ky., Nov. 11. Former Mayor Paul Booker Reed died morning a MsCloud, Alborta, In Canada, after an Illness of some months. Mr. Reed, who waj formerly one ot the wealhty residents of this city had been for ijyeara a ranchman In Canada. HewsS " years old. He was a' native of Frankfort and a member of one of the oldest, families of Kentucky. At the outbreak of the war between tho states, Mr. Re,ed then a student at Old Canter co"ege, joined tho Confederate army. At the close of the war he finished his studies in medicine and afterward studied iln Europe. Ho later returned" to Europe to make his home. jes-terdsixty-seven Husband B. L. retary of State Bryan. 10. Dsvelop-ment- s Washington, Nov. in the Mexican situation hero today tended to emphasize the purpose government's Washington to refuse to recognize any acts of the now Mexican congress, and developed the fact that the president permitting Is seriously considering the exportation of arms to all the factious in Mexico. Bryan summoned the Secretary Central ministers from the American countries, and outlined to them what has been done by the United States in the diplomatic exchanges with Huerta government. He ilater announced ho had been in communication with diplomatic representatives of the European powers and Informed them of ithe steps the United States had taken so far. , It Is reported that some of these diplomats had transmitted long dispatches to their home governments as .ap the situation desciblns proaching closer to a complete break in the relations between tho United States and Mexico, than at any time problem began since tho Mexican to be troulesome. Banks., Richmond, Ky November 11. Mr. Benjamin L. Ranks, one of the moat prominent women in Kentucky, today shot and killed her only child, a boy twelve years of age, and then, blew out her own brains, at her hme upon receipt of tho news announcing thq sudden death of pneumonia, ot her husband In Adair county. Mrs. Banks was formerly the secretary at the state Federation of Women' clubs. 'Mrs. Banks had taken the sudden, death of her husband ver calmly, apparently. Late last night neighbors and friends who were at bw home repaired to another part of to house that Mrs. Banks and the only might get some sleep. Mrs. Bank handed her brother some private papers of her husband's and asked Sim to read them over. He. went down stairs to do so. Shortly afterwards a noise Hko chairs turning over attracted him to his sister's room. He found the door locked. He broke' It open and found the mother lying; across her son In bed. The child was dead. Mrs. Banks breathed only a few minutes. Tho body of Mr. Banks .will be burled at his parents' honiq In Adair county, while the mother and Boa vy(ll be buried A brother, here. George BankB,' of Texas, is expected here. Ben Banks was one of tho best known business pien in .this city. He was a partner of the clothing firm of Covington & Banks. floo-toda- oL-th- mid-lak- 300-fo- f'e News-Democr- at Pa-duc- BIG STEEL STEAMER OVERTURNS IN LUKE It is Beleived Cargo of Iron Ore Shifted During GreaY Storm. '' , "News-Democr- ' e, Death of Mrs. W. H. Moore. ' Port Huron, Mich., Nov. 11. A Mrs. larga steel freighter, overturned, was After a lingering lllnoss Eliza Ellen Moore, wife of W. H. Moorq,, 4Icd at her homo in Hartford last Friday morning. Impressive funeral services wore conducted at the Christian church Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock by her pastor. Eld. B. Wright assisted by Revs. Napier and Bennett of tho Methodist churc, after which the Interment took pla:e at Oakwood cemetery. The pall bearers were: Jas. 11. Williams, W. E. Ellis, W. !P. Foreman. R. R. Riley, Rowan Holbrook and R. E. Leo Slmmerman. Mrs. Moore was a devout Christian, a devoted mother and loving wife. She will be great ' ly missed in our communit). -- New-Yor- The Cost of Carelessness. a few days while hunting with is father. A left, cocked, against a fence was direct cause of the disaster. It the cost ot carolcssness. A boy was killed ago gU" the was kio-fe- to ns d, by-la- COO-fo- .d g en-tir- 0, 452-fo- d, In Massachusetts a fatal railroad wreck resulted in the death of 50 or more people. A broken rail, overlooked by tho trackwalker, was the careless cause of this accident. A cigarette carelessly thrown in a compartment filled with perishable freight caused the spectacular burn ing of the Voltuiguo. Tho cost of carelessness cannot be estimated. during the Of especial Interest hunting season Is the ultimate re port of disasters and tho accompanying admission that all havo been Uue to carelessness. The gun Is not necessarily danger ous. Tho careful hunter, raroly has an accident. Carefully handled, there need ba no fear. When In the excitement of tho hunt men lose tholr head an acchlont Js usually the result. Sitting on a fence with his gun n Mcm- between his legs, a phlan at tho opening of the season lost two fingers. A still 6adder Instance may bo cited of tho recent case of a man and Ills wife hunting from a boat on Horn Lako. The woman was iaddllng with her (back turned. There was a gun report and her husband lay with his life's blood obblng out in tho bottom of the boat. Ho never regained consciousness, and tho distressed wife had to carry his body ashore. It was found that he had probably been leaning over tho barrel of the gun.- - forgetting that It was cooked. Hero one simple act of carelessness caused the loss of a life. Those who expect to go hunting this soasou should glvo mora attention .to the dangers which, with a little care, can be easily avoided. Hundreds of accidents will bo reported during the coming, ssason. it has scarcely begun. Too many hunters " out with a contemptuous shrug of tho shoulders and Bay that they well-know- found floating jln Lake Huron today, about eight miles northeast of Port Huron. Captain Rold ot the wrecking crow Which located her, arrived here and said her" nam? h.id not Keen learned when he left the sccno It is believed she was abandoned durlPs. Members Co. H. Attention thc terrific gale which bwaot the lakd Company H's rifle range will be , yesterday. Captain Rejd said a heavy spa was open Friday and Saturday Nov. 2t running' when ithe .freighter v as tout d and 22. All members of the company and here was no distinguishing marlc who have not previously qualified- - on. to identify her. There are a number the range' for this year are directed of large steel boats similar i'i appear- to report at the range on the. abova ance to the derelict, plying the lakes, date3 for practice. Tho Dupont Powand tho .wrecking company had not der Co., has given jto the state a bc2n notified that any boat which had tophy to be awaded to the company not b3en located had been abandon- in Kentucky, having the highest figed. Marino men think the boat; may ure, of merit 'at rifle practice and bo an ore carried which becamo un- If those membere who have not yet controllable in the storm, and shifted fired over tho range, will avail themselves of tho opportunity on tho her 'cargo' ICapt. Rold returned ' to the scene above dates this company will have of tho discovery with a wrecking 'tug a splendid chance to win the trophy. Arrangements are being made to today.( 'He did not kaovy whether it would bo possible t.i j.ow the wreck take, all who make 120 or more over the marksman's course at Eartlng- to tho local hstl-orton, Ky., about Nov. in ordec Killing in Hancock. to shoot over the range at that s Owonsboro, Ky., Nov. 12. John who want to take this trip Van Lahrr, DO, a farmer, was shot should also pactlce on the range-here- , and killed at Waltman, Hancock Co., ou datc3 mentioned. This will thin afternoon, and George Watson, likely bo the last practice work for 70, Is nccusod of tho cVlnie. Van tho seasoii as the "target year" ends Lahrr was a tenant on Watson's Nov. 30. farm and the men had a dispute ovC, B. SHOWN, 1st Lieut. er n load of corn. Palo. A witness to tho killing Bays that Nov. VJ. Mrs. S. F. Ezell, Cane Van Lahrr was riding aloug tho road boy at his side Ford, Is spending the winter with with his when Watson halted htm and fired her son. V. L. White. Mr. Jim Smith of Palo Ijas rent-o- d two ' shots from a revolver. Van the. Duke farm near Uukehurst Lahrr fell from tho wagon and was dead when his wife, who heard tho .and will movo in the near future. Mr. Lawrence Bunger's little girl shots, reached his side. )' bad accident last Wutson, whq Is tho Town (Marshal happened to a nt Lowlsport, alleges that ho shot Friday when suo fell otf a load ot In Tho nwm had trou- com and the wagon wheol rau over ble several weeks ago, and It is said her breast. Mr. W. S. White and wife went that Van Lahrr made an attack ou Watson. Wa,tBon Is ututer guard at to Uukehurst last Saturday. Mr. Lon Williams and wife went lowlsport. to Sunnydale last Saturday shop. place-Member. e. 'I J Thanks. . ping.: .Mr. J. B. King, of Henderson, .was in our midst last week. .Mrs. Jano Maden is ou the sick list this week, tllrs. Kato Duke is very low at t!hh writing. Mrs. Mary White and bou. Lester, went to Hartford" last Monday. Mr. Clarence Mldklff, who has been working- - for Mr. Lon Williams, returned home, near Magau, last Saturday.' To all the good people of Ohio county who so abundantly honored mo on Novomber the 4th by electing mo to the office of County Judge, I can only say "Thank jou." I wtoh I know some more expressive word, but I do not, so again, 1 thank you. Towards my opponent, Mr Heav-rland his friends, I entertain naught but the kindliest feeling and good wishes'. To all tho pooplo of Ohio county tho best old county full of the best people on tho earth I can Bay that I and all the. other county officials need your flrendshlp, sympathy and good counsel, that we may best at tend to our affairs and yours to the best luterests ot all. Again I thank you. JNO. D. WILSON, Public Sale. P. u, offer at public auctlou alt ot my household furniture and kitchen utensils. Sale to be held at homo of Crlt Martin, near Sandefur's Crossing. 16t3. MRS. UIANNAH MARTIN. I will on Saturday, Nov. 15, . at 1:00 m Bowling Green Business University h BOWLING GREEN, -- 9 KENTUCKY. The students who went to positions in July and .August will earn $60,000 in their first year after leaving school, and this is almost S50..000 more than they ever madein any other one year. In other words, by taking a business course by six, A course rin Bookkeeping, Shorthand. Stenotypy, Telegraphy. Railroad Acthey multiplied their earning-powe- r counting, English, Penmanship or Typewriting can be completed in a few months. Write the Sc'aool for Its Catalogs, Bankers Books, iEK T!J Si Rate-Shee- ts, Photographs and Other Information. QF THE OCEANS. r Merely Separate of Or Lund. SVwtaa wit ftilllltl 111 WU'llillb pltrtH of RV nrV'W Wln-l- tlll'.l tlpelltl thi'ir Ulllt! im Mjjf!i.u)C iiliuiijti iutriuitiuj: ui'uti ithe u ml riniilloii'iur; f dllipt. Nlill people cs MinviUt, Onwt.ta .uu milt.i u tin- - tiiHt,- - uiitl MB Mft? ib.l ,lli:llttlliel tl JP't IIHIIJ TtiumaiWti. 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Mttiiillnrd with Srtsih byrvuMJiuuirt tit thf "Jt ih u jiluunurv to toll .vnu thut TlmukjitviKi; Hi'UMim ItiBtuiitly u v. nil Enr Tor Mua,c. ut tbuiti;fultibb wuj. utiKUtUed In lnr ' l.Uuiiilftirluiu. ilinuyli liuintit.i h 1M it. own hw;. All nut nut pvui "NVlmt ib tlmt tune .vonr tluuj-lito- r tvtir tliun1 hunt wniRli nmiilclut.i. J havtplnylm?" wrltet. .Mn,. iltiKli CuiupIhjII, Thur- - vuh utill HoimithliiK lei! iisU'-Mn. Cum "Whioh dinu'liter-'Ciu.. "J iiun um-- Jt with nu hur n' llif lor Sunicuut .ve: res "If it it-- tin- iiKb-- r jjlrl ItV Liszt' Sonmone turned to hur uhlldrt-untl tin rcnulu. luivt hulp und kH lur Uinmiirititi KlmpNiitl.v nntl if itV the hiRUli uuthitiiirturlb " Tor buIc - itV tlr.t:n:ii'' " Wuuli uintuKth uud uumtor. It ho: u wlmle 7 .minuter oionot uiiuiint; htriit. ttiruimj' in tin l'.' nil duulun.. iiuttuii Mur ur.i ruliib iI iiw uvn tuDiliiuubh Building Own CfaUTChGB. nut Riw ui. u ii.tr i.i In Dilemma. nu .Unit. J huu "Sliiw wrlttnc to f.uiutiirt tin- - aornwlul? "J dunt "WlmtV tl) trouble, nltl uintiT ' " vi'i'Hl our made u vmit to tun- of tinw nut to by U' in up itKiiitiHi it lor tnir " WhinJmd iiiHiu tukati tluim mi tin- worli Then- J uuv. jii.i liow ' 'An li rvul auunr.i ulmrJii It vub ur-- 1 urderb me A.U J wuirt u eurth it. .niBt uhm tltc'tur spr.-H'tl- j "M.i lii inuiulHjn- - j to flit Himitr mid m.i Htniiuii'li Hpei-m- l Itau uitj . J uaud you '' ind lurpuJ ipi tin it uiort- to h.-uwt jiiit;ii l.v ftirliith. U " Kiiiiwit. Cit.v Timt uum'ort, ulutJ' 'Wuf iifvunuurv to'und udlninjntb iu Shut i:iminiuuttH .loiirnul hf hrtj, but tliut" ahov.id hjr u und it did mif pood in he it vvvu iilv.w.si though 1 XHiun. vurv uf dirt und hulpluts. worldtul of juopl Hopeless. lib b!nuhe hu'jUlem. it wui iu l.et'p- uuyinj; y. It lb tla- true "So ,oti tlutiU tliut Mrt .Hul; Ik wthtirt. jb vith- - iuc with tiie liomw und thut Jb The boiut-- nf hylplut: fftllur n- t liujt''i.''" nutfurur Add- - tmirv Chun - .cuu uu. to the cmdlt "Vt-Sin oiiitln't "iti ntr:iui i Iu tht leuisu of " Biitliilw Kspr!. iu Che fd to hu: it B'juitr.:nitb vtmuluiutud ux wuiue itif uur liopt jitupwly the iwurd lilutud ut tu tiie hypmu- - ntuteb. "Iu the tovn um iur uvuj und in rniisou tib will ing ot tliib puruitrupli Now una thuu juti Vl'l tint Mu'tjl.v rnp .oiir laiii'.-clft- . Bujuuiiu tcjineone will I)itl u wurtu throb u'lthib uouutr; vtuimiuutty iUn. Huvl. I thuul:Ulu.'t. tov urd Ub, uud olj u 'und 1 wure hntli ittrucL. with thi xht-- uuiitruii: litituuuu thime who liud Social Calle tr. Cnmii. ll pub u thouaund tluim. trut- eitr- Jt 1 dithntlt for n fliinnuiiiu to inns little we un ubJe to do out u! our not Tint, ib uf proutiii-'iiitinund tint- - Meui.neob hut hurt it iieuiiib to tT the i' w.vvhun: u thuuuuud tiu It lb for the ptei uutwsr thuu tuttiur o. U;'b wajuiti- - utund nut o nluinb ithut It inwuutb iu us iilMiue of piditlu Cujrlixli 'J'iiH ib ordliuir- mure noUBculiU-tlim- i i,uudb lur ie-- 1 UU liajd,Iu. iUllt I lb ItlUlOHt Ul.e I. Ml HMMtJ'b Kuns' uluib uf uoudoletice ui.d yjupu- - U. the cunt Oh. iriendi.. if ou uould v e Inn e l:Mlu or fc.e..u for K't-euud Nuhvd, vuntb to Itue uivuodk ouij we hoine of them- uiuri'iiloub lulu for nuu "Tho unn-helmu jumt uhuiuteb thut tiiU- iiluw. iu tin- lool.b UVVT" t Ofteu llenrd llOW" ll.'lUK tltuuLtul to huu, Iiut i: ib u hlph jmaplt toriu v. iiupiilnebb ;o Ittiow' tlsut und In tin llvei. uf tlia i fuionte exj.reiwilnu tu denote tiie iin thon you uould net thut ..our money j uiedmte present lu iiIIhik upon u boinuon lb thuutfttl tor ub Thatilstuluesb inui.et in- - orflititt-- y und .xour jiru.v'aT, ure not lulbplueed llld. Otle Ml.lb tO tile hoy 'IiUIIM be'V- nut of uv) ute from utsteeu to tilst. und uuuple ittb o! Uod mne with hut " Iimiuj uhWl of uur ruthur "Mitv.ee htue Kor''" uud the UUfV er u uioriMue Jutr.er, und :.udet the 'to bnug to puhs Ulb LlUKdtmi iHsre OlUe. "Hllle Kot" or "No lime Jtot.'" ruKUt jir:uui.' Thtuv utv tv.v wuybWU iatli ieb hurt lu not old. i dun: to VllCtllet bile Ib ll) or out. to ot out jh to Jirureub" the ' hu: new t'Lltia. -- John C riuwl-- . . Thib e u!b tile tlllle hotlie-edtrue nuinher vf oui duliun.. th othsr ib C'liiiiutfhwv i'lOuu " tld the btOril V? tile lud.V Who etliled to itiwewe- tiie lulue of the 4e dol- -j ho; reported to hi utltreb of tile lj.rt ve U.!eud lane. 'J'r.uuklulnetib j hollhe. "One pie ee UlllU dt'WU Hide. - Itehnr thr fertilizer ' liwwuwT if wV iJ , l'n i -t Ju, th. l'Ht-hulor ' Ct'Be iimveii, ru to yinir dei-- r anS crpluo to hire thai cent- - rmd that routiu ou!r oV :Kiuiidi of Futiuli vnu will nut imi 2 tnti. film Inn that nuidenu nrofitfth'ie irrtilnen coiitaiti Irom of cro; and the 5 to 1 1) per cent-- Putabh. and tlut thr nimKiuuti eli-- a ul crtijis on niu rrtuirr mm Ui- mr cent, ul i'uUib klmUiQ IK iiiCTcaisd until it i u u. ur rrraler than tlir icr cent, -,uf 'li.fa- i'iIiiitic Acid in lii- - fertilizeIt thu (rralr of cucd that jiayi. you uud ynur dealer twit. Thr quautitr and quaiitr a of the cngis are better and tbe usual plant 1 jod cult ieu ier ;uiund. Hrw na fur Frmt Bmok wBb ul-am- SEE HIM FIRST! .r ir K rrrt POTASH ';r i 'jioor-d'jurv- j - - oitt-Ht- u- rrutnmblt tiB "nlih Sell Mrwllln" munrijuiintrrt mrXJ puuua Hi- up. tnr CTMM WMKI.hc. 42 ituflRJi. Mm IlKl CMciix it. ttm 4 JMT lttr vd t , j J' - - I IU Y :rcl tut u. &4MWUH ! j ingnrliot. tUtmt U.f tu mihnr Int tMetraeat S Sairona It , lull - uoul-aoni- c I 71 - e s i"-u- j tf ht-u- r w V , - i Starck Pianos 30 w i4i-i- ,ulll ' e tl. - vi, u'.-co- ri-j- 1 - r' i ' h'.'lllie.'y lUHtr A.UI UoteUUib lu Kutiouul MuEUKlue ll'loUK UtlbtiUb " tut. to fUe "ple.-ti- tve---- .ritr a Matf'A. If ibe funuei wuei-- t rtetYltll. pioiided both the fXtdel ille letaoied If ,lvll VIU of 1e ill Ol U 'wwrlv!ljj ot.'tk'-em b .leill lu IVell M'lU lllile tllt.eu out 5 ! ; tyjK-'ir- t "am t..To it Jbt "leuirtt nc&Mtii to lUMblud (timet t'flj 0' Vij it & Mill betiO'JU Vlltb i OllSUUleb tlft.l f UfXlW.eU tweut.l JiOUIldb of imd tort.' ir.iui7db "f HCAjr iv.-;- J ot uy nu h'-r- e "Ik ii,f ttitue vttl "UlV.e flow the h'.ll MH.V Hei ft .?' luiet'eu tueuty U- - Clock Stor Vtiritition. A ier. .iouuk etithuttlimt t the Cen ottn e. wji the Muucbete trul uted to Uuow ter tJumdluu. reully tumble to wtlu bout thtUb. uud. . Iii1iipiiiiii.ii - from hit -r - Mrt.iln -..-- . le.ej.-.uipu ., i " l.ititi.l .- - i IVp Vi- -jC yv iUbe UUj neiev! when of Otltb WUJ till U'let. of ftMnt jeHlt.U JVUI Iww the tekUOW"j wf I he "ll.ueit tittnnft & Ifrrjuij TU- Mould be UHjIe I hull MWU-I- . I lit WA tile "Utl Hit jfosraui Ut imii ut km ,ivu JU wt tfMm (iO'se I'leljueMlt tut tUf MU X Ui uiodU'-jw m tvi'' t l4 the lollowiutt note "1 urn not yulte i.trtuiu how to put the luclofed together, hu bHie iufloed t ttiue It took' loi the iiih'UuiiI-'me lour houit to uu",'rew It Wbeie Ceorue Ebot iVent to School. The MUfieUt WttUite ut OrlB. .euturj iu wht,:h nenrli UUeuded uo iui he.d tbe b. t;wu-.liliot. i bituuted twv tulle loiu Kuuentuu fwi'jri. vppJte wjiiNii-;ite ol J'itJ lioiiM wUleh toi Iweutj i'i wiib the renWeute of ;wiye UHotb fiaber. Itubert IJuiuf. the orljduj-- l Aduu JJede. and bub--- . bj lbttut' lilHUb. the ijleutl.. UrUMUU-i iif "The Mill vu the e ... rite ..i.i ..... .lie i.iu. rii.ii.'iiiK I . deal, uud tufce it home to esutuiue It how It vort- und hud out for hlii.t-el- f bv of piw-.d. .some weeU iuter wiib letunied to the enKtueei iu chler e he deeided to tlUMCIeW OUe mi i ..e Jr UkUtf Ur ' .ji w( I. M ' degrt I thertshi euriuu ut It t'uuulUuluwib Devitei From Old Lepend. dueb Jt wjute um rwt, it pulutb ' Th- Metiuim miuup benrti the coat we iiuie, il a Uuer Jhue on th.K of unue of the uouutrj'. un eagle oa a aivt load our tu.hle rt iw.si it do u ereut lu Ite ttloiin dellelvuk tmwiB&a, lu our ehujtfe j the outcrowth of t -' u.,I,d u tfUr Vthe liret Aztnc fcettleru . --- ,, IWl ht l.dat j. wdb , w m Ml,a jmai , vii(. fw. I -: . .. . , ..,, . .. , .... .1 .. mo t .n.M lu t j iiil'liif "vr.iw r J wvumuj i.v vi dluvumci . i curje .... eur.ur.eu. nuu LiiunT.ea li bo taut we 4v not need uurh raitu-u- t thut bot. Ufc t0 " Us. AH vh-- r heuu fuJ Ckrwttltu eharuoU-- r pell,Br Due to Flint In Water. lavHa it lwt-- r withoutt the) rorebbon. uud AltBUtudriul blilulug gru"' of jytttitudi V fioi wf the Uuirerbitj of Koiue hure lor lit tt.but.luut iuert'ieb uud uu- -, uouticed the dlbcoiery thut pellugru kludu.eifc fJi tiie chil-- j ifc due W the wuter of the utteuted uauiujj trlctts, which uontuluk uollodul bolu- !. aj.u q tltau of fllut. The dibeube he nri- veated by uddiac curbonuted What Texa"B ACmlre, lgotoUk life, lb heart-.- . w ta the wuter. I to hlglur jiilb'b the ilt!utalUK " ulieudj' luivel jf worth, und CASTOR i".i" Chilaren Crv FOR FLETCHER'S A gturtV I'iuid lor to any" 1p triiJ. In yocr We will btilji uu a Ji.o tuiiti jMOnntit reauirtxl. AH e ut.k It thtt Jt.0 vjl 1111011. ue El) du una tent tbl jiiuno lor ', ul the end if that um yoa Coiitar f.tid tar tint lilCbtirt rrutlt. twneteil towrtl tad lje iiuno in eiery wtj, that jau litre ever bueii lot tbe inunry, ou ure at j rtecl iilerty to urnd .t bict. (luiI e in. In Uiat Mie liuth abju. Tht feturck Ilaao awi niaLo kooJ wltli you. etent. or thirre 1 110 bulc honit- 11 I jy Sara JI5I.M TTr alu), ta.Ad-oii- So Meai7 c Satladao-tx- o IovrvlNrt at ed Guar Eniril Trnei A el Siniit ro 100 S200Fr- Fr-ra Fact orr Pritea h- CiC , Ury Iirrt lL.p" DAYS' FREE TRIAL II YIII VI IIME -- y. . 1 ". i pi'"h"L " .j - ' . ilnjt lo you tnmi our rt tluit ar.vuu uiiwunU ut rlOD Ul) m thr b cunt at yimr jiwno Me pianiu'.rr to yew b brtlrr j.min. 1iir tlir nmir tlwti yvu cua wnitr fiiuuu 2&-Ta- ar r Kara lnor, K utmhicuir lou urr tuMurrd o' rrecinnc wret toned duniUr I icli cde au(.iMr,J bi a faaaa tnanufar:unr. Tbrv trfma arr arrancrJ 13 ruit ynur mjivnhl,iH--e, t,Ml t; it pnuuMt lor yno to lry a piano for ynut Immn, ItsM.t raaicat ticrna ni-- r ot trial, you ran Tea piy Easy PayntiRts ah ilnui, bet na 7n.inH-i- "II t(,- itlji lsw-ra- t. I I.vr-- r Karu( Ht Bt-U- uu-wl- 'line pirniH c lu U.C1 ut it uur Zo in u! jiiunu - ITuaruiiivvil Tj. 1'iai lur tit till- i tftm. h i elirrlrlrT, npl TTjnl Vit liavr i.iak.AOLlj on TuhtiA ,rr- - nuirhrr M iiwvl OUU M'CUpali.Pa plblM h T1 1 ll Sl"ct I'lavp'ian"" KH kii rwJ bon.tf-tu- t Uif .iBiiM ri""rVnu vill i PUyerrj;e3 n Uif iarcK loi-Uu- ;: .. . Ja-ti- tiitl'Mi nn rr3)nrtUllll,- - pUnio bouv. J 50 Fraa Music Lcsttes riirr n rl mcr far iirw Sr" mid Pl.vr lii3.i. Tt" In1. mp tarfn me m t lr "WrVr $110 00 T i( i'i ntlft, ti, i miirV.I w.irfl-n- i Stciawsy Tdd-ens- .... ,...,, iiui -- VW , h tn-,- JJJu 1 N'vw t0u Ut th,4 uiude I'ni-i-iA- e urbeiiew- - the the btfct yjxn nv, ut the ejeui,e yj tlie Ksu41wut lor atoiufcuii, Hier fcultaa, tajk. "The suoa tuilviu. ud yi Wdu trouhlefc. 2i u all drug locate ot Aauwleau njuilkutuu xu wkjH jvot haie doae hail u nuueh jjibU. - m& xwirtj ' .1 rlt' ..,.,. H,lk fcy,hJ l'ut st!W . . A a itn'ja. Wife bena.Uoa "Yankee Bread" in Turkey. ofllor who amde a tour ot titb- ia eastern 'Jurl.e.i a Jew imrclu.!ier of Btim'r I'lunufi, w c v I'v iiiuiir I..Tif in on- - 0' tit tml Kiivmu kdiuriU is Cuiu.n.1 irtms v..,? iip Ink in vmir v n liy nmtl tllua nin-wiit- i lu unri r 9103 50 33 35 iO Durck 5-- nl 19JM Jir our Plana Ec: Frsa s l tMiij r lvi liMIi ilium ralfd piw a n- t w features of ti fiKtriTpiTit, atiJ wtjt V plM1 iln the "Men xitv l i;,j " t "Mrcd. br tihrv ei-c- bv.V I ti.-.l- S 330I 01 jair'a trw ln.rii"tiim btr;u lttm ffisipl-.- e HA. - rt of inf.wrn lif ronrrt njtpian,Mi. in TW .I1 Ahirb i jvm r1oa V. A. STAHCK PIANO CO, IStS Slarck TVi nU.. CHICACO Cak i mi Wrlff rn.Hr tn'orcikl ant 4t 4hM mtmi rf t '. "it.lH' untn'A tu Mt J,lwilw ;V MfJUT WWUWt MIX I mu4f mbftr if&)ttt.iri kUti h Muit-I wbi Hlttv of HniKrif. AWlU'iUI JjUPvUi Wb lHttH4 (.bullet MuiUMU. liteu w4t i he (.'witjUnMMMl Itw.'AI U ii'ifiil UJJ Ivi Ub lie, J U " PH W If i 5;li trV V.i, iVJ.'-oliy- Pb tvli..lu iutwuuiuW' 1V. he UiJ I'vi a Otv Mt iu the ll)wlyi. plOWpi fcUuk v i(j lu Iji ijuii kWilUUtiC IMlu-iJi- IV. lu J1'.JJ'J IUI )ntethe laplala it.r Mint k. f y WUiU-- ' Hyvvt 0WUt'k be,0 ju.K 1mU.- - ffit. loui l'tJwkltiue n wi, - vej t mmuUvr ot - hvum. iif Hie jat ijijUZI- " UivtilAn hu u Uiu. U rUrk ul (he livv yyjM SO Mint tiiilt ijoly U I'i lalt I'pi;', o(ir H ;f '1t.u.K, fl'ilU pile o 1je fii rULk, bnj a elaiip ibiyj on Ihe'J fheiii i lljit uaiiie liijer 01 .ink "it- JJe hab beuu il'iluK UjU iiU iur tiiout f Lilly Dvh yi'tiu lili'l l'rlill) MMlriM-1 (lint t lmu beiiiiu bin ll a IllM llllllJK) tlUl, If I III) Oljpp . ,tHr v., ULiuJuii'd OiilUtt i. AmWhA I'b lu ttuini uwy hi .i" iil lt oouw.tr' abroad a th' Milbiouar) New Chinese Alphabet. huk dwae What Ur Jluuiila Ik b OK mlkbioiiarka. 3u h aa taj that lAUltJy d9.UK 1th hlfc JtobHlt wllej;', I doe "lfi&M TlMieb ami the An-rituibkuary with they ha what tuw to uud kshovl i , tlaJJ aiuouiUb to a uew laazuare If hit, theirs! al eujluar . ..j ..... . diplwauU .uult Bd- uVoldNi.U-h-7h oerbalu.- lor the Calllca- - j "" wowa. H. iklMc to he, ftwiiy wjUoiil xxwouarjeb ju j ui Itn-ief.yjjj "w' Cimioi iaujUiai wiiicti a buuK biiltb l1u"lwu oa-" ' weej Ui rjlnrfe T'uueV nu liupn.or. Hint ijw)Wtly la J'eHug " Karl of bholiteubur.i d law'- -' aii-- i w itxiwbi 'hluew 1grt' l!ulh t"tlJwjy at a tltherb a itiHlBiaitiii " It wk'u aew abha-bt1" iMoiou: "J do aJt tfcat bke nieaut -- upholttier" yutidto. Jt tuay te calM ChJatvj Itj-il- u thut liind diplouiuc we iu nnjulaiiiier" u4 mau alihahet a the Method of iW.'lu tue hiuterj' . aiiytLini: to nam - Uk Ik1'.-i- i . . i.i.,.(,.,, U1- -. ,.V-J "...- -. I.M.IWU 4. ....I,,, ..i,,liiu.. . .1,. .I,.,, ,'find j aiaji. 'J'hln may work Vlir thr Coit C?rn. viwi hardship ' u(1 t,MJ ouuda.isi of the unea who "l'.e ll tilke llUJ.'tl luoney lo kend a ' .,... ....Jl.- ,,.. t. j., ... .i, ,itu,...r. WllStltUte the AlUrican tfiluwlmi I uIJe-;er- 1 ' )m. i,u. i v.111 iii.rfoulil!i-kliinitlfkl(e.J ll)- - Uob. bald It twenty tltm-- U.'fore. th .,",..,.liHlheiheerfulWl..t. "If ,aJU, , oI niiaew. Tlw old ""1 ' wl It agaln-th- ey are a keeiilnKbli.jii.-ieibHtti.Uekihecoicomhlnatlon of mmaoa -. t,V fJ .....,..., . .... lXWUi KUIjllKrT tlrt I.llv" fin.. .JT .W I luisuioiiariw, Dr. Hamlin, taught the Uiui(xa.K't. written tht Col Toth Powder, xabulary I ChrUtUiii nativ.i Just Ufore the Mwinhlle, ci uw 'file dehii let fluid (oral nimle JnP U'Jiik f'inubd. oiiiwi-- d ot now teraui Crlintan var broko out. to make i t i runhed, t U; tt1 :'. Vankf tbe of tb " . lfllOWIyJKWiltt IIOU UKWIplaW OUrtllK "" unutwi ouicera hlll ili ' l) ..11 Ili'tUn iHTNll-iel, ... .... . '.. laai lew . in )u cuiiiu, in oon-- " during the war, and the doctor bo- " juictlou with the Impact of fop.'lga 'j"- - a baker ti ber raajestj's 1 ymr liUKbaiwl vroul Aii lrrlt- - ,.arhj; 0 the C'hluewi wind. In CoouLanllnopleakinfj a largo thin, fault fli'JIiJi; i!oltloii in oft- -' Tiiii laKUUK .;I"B cnrlchod by contract. HU profits during the w.. " ludej'.'Ud.iic9, organ!-na- n amounted tot30,000, every dollar of " due UJ a ill'irdi'rJ btouush. A "' which he devoted to church erection olwtlvcu, repre(.'iitath o with KOxi (JIki.1Uii ;m nearly hom tntJnJux, ot. Tiia rhw under the direction of the mission. fuit inured. A trU mauy msi'iit, havii hiii .wmaiu.iitl cired of l " Jiwpaper and th advent of( lo'iiat-trouble b tai.lnx nuiiuVr- - pontuai panit wti uvonoa worn a FOR FLETCHERS liiii'm 'i. i M, ib p.,r ,.1., t.v ,.n .i.i, jstylu and a vocabulary nultul to tiw I cliaut'd circumstance. The commkto m uu 1U T-wi -- ii taat ac Jaf r RnwlM, ti ( ! lb 'artleZnotetlof l ' Bu.aa W f '. x- r-- C" dv-Idii- t ' 9x.-li- , ., 'f il. hJli.. . w aim-ajRaanUatoat-UMCcMt- r, a - lJ V Biwnri.,"r' Mad ETALLlC CARTRIDGES by th Ftrwnoat AmmunWow Ctacrn in Amtarica ;,iZ:tZi; nl -'-""- " THE . ji-a- sol-dlfc- m 1 binreat nun m the ammunition and firearm worU U Kmnlnfto-UMUlielher your arm ia a Renunatoa or any other Uadard make, xhatevar its calibre and ma load you need, you want Remiruxton.UMC metallic not becaua they ara neceatanly aUmped with the aam naai a your firearm, but becaua they give More accurate reeult. TKi Cenuwar haa (tor bo rnakin amniuaitKMi (Tmo nan. We Hl Pftiduu Va for crary .ttaadard nuka ol i laaUd la tta arm for wWh l u anaia. Tketa. la a A iov-itlwa- ya Children Cry STO R A wraSWrpa atamra aaa aaw aaaaa Arma-Unio- n It U tkU c m biqr. mIu. . u. b:..- - f Remington 2W Broadwar .. MeUlUc Cartridge Co. 2 New York PIDGIN ENGLISH. READS TWO Different A WAYS. li ! COURIER - JOURNAL f For 1913. t You can not keep posted on current events unless you read the COU WEEKLY 1ER-JOURNA- L Louisviixk, K v. HENRY WATERSON, Eihtok COURIER-JOURNA- L AND HARTFORD REPUBLICAN Both One Year for Language Cited In Shops and Hornet In Chinese Ports. In Shniifihul In nil shops one finds Chinese fumllhir with Ciigllnli. but often rising much pidgin Kngllsh. "Pidgin" Is supposed to be derived from pcruml changes on the word "business." which wits flrt shortened to "buln." then through the form of "pishln" and finally became "pidgin." Pidgin nnglHi Is the language used In trnde mid households In the ports of Chlnn, where the Chinese nnd foreigners denl with one (mother. It Is similar In Its origin to the mixture of In the known ns Mngun-Fr.'incLevant nnd In other parts of the Mediterranean. It Is it direct trnnslntlon of Chinese Into I'ngllsh nnd strictly Tor Instnnce. they sny. Idiomatic. "Thnt book, pay my," Instead of "Give mo the book." The Chinese tailors speak fluently In this odd Hiigllsli. An American lady went to n Chinese tullor In Shanghai to see him regarding putting f wither Interlining In a muff.' The tailor seemed n trifle dazed as to what she wnnted nnd Mild, "H'long alio same chicken furV" lie wanted to prove his Intention of treating his customer right nnd told her. "Sly b'long alio same yon. you b'long nllo same my b'long my velly good fiend." and later, wishing to nsl: nfter one of the lady's daughters, remarked. "Mls A., have cntchee mastery When tills was nld China had not come nut for woman's suffrage-A- my V. Hotcbktss 1n National Magan Punctuate This Letter and Get Widely Meanings, letter, so constructed without rmnrtuatliiii that It run be rend In a number of dilTerent wnys. giving directly n pote tnciinliigo. was printed In an ImIIjiiim newspaper In 18."5. The letter fylluwi: "He Is ntt (,ld experienced man In vice and ui l:edm"s lie Is never found opposing the works of Iniquity betakes delight In the downfall of the neigh- boihood he nevei rejoices In the prosperity of niiy of his feilow creatures he Is uhvn.is ready to In destroy-Inthe peine of society he takes no pleasure In mti Inu the Lord he Is uncommonly diligent In vowing discord nmotig Ills friends n ml acquaintances lie takes no pride In Lilmrliig to pro. mote the cause-- nr f hrNtunlty iu, not been negligent in eiide.ivorlng to $tlginnti7eiill public teachers he makes no exertions to subdue his evil passions he tiles hmd to build up Satan's kingdom he lend no aid to the support of the gospel among the heathen he contributes largely to the evil adversary he pa.is no attention to good advice lie gives great heed to the devil he will tieier go to heaven he must go whore he will receive his Just recompense of reward." Indianapolis News. No Substitutes I nlt g to the grocer all RETURN sent you for Royal Baking Powder. There is no substitute for ROYAL. Royal is a pure,, cream of tartar baking powder, and healthful. Powders offered as substitutes are made from alum. Hr WOT HOT MIKE A MONTH - S50.00 a Week, almost $10.00 a Day (Ire-pro- SM" money-making Tklfs A LOFTY Exercise GYMNASIUM. zine. 4 $1.50. Begular price of Weekly Courier-Journ- al ELIZABETH - ISLAND. $1.00 a year. We can also make a special rate on Daily or Sunday Courier-Journ- al in combination with this paper. To Get Advantage of This Cut Rate, Orders Must Be Sent to Us, Not to Courier-Journa- l. Its Curious "Little Colony of Zoological Total Abstainers. Decent investigations on the little known and rarely visited Henderson or nil7.abeth Island have led to the discovery of n complete and curious little colony of 'zoological total abstainers. The Island, which is uninhabited, is situated about 120 miles uortheiist of Pltcalrn Island Itself sufficiently out of the way. but famous as the home of the descendants of the mutineers of the Bounty. There Is no water on It. not even n swamp, nnd It Is only six miles long, yet it hnrbors quite n menagerie a kind of rat. a lizard, described ns very abundant, and no fewer than four kinds of birds, all peculiar to tbe Island. These are a fruit pigeon, n honey eating purrakeet, a little rati or crake and a reed warbler. Tbe strange thing about the Inmates of this curious little natural aviary of eoral rock, surrounded by waves of wires. Is that two of its inmates nre birds, one especially associated with fresh water tbe rail nnd the warbler. These, like the rest, must do without drinking unless tbe dew cau slake their thirst or they have acquired toleration for sen water an a be- In the Great Dome of the National Capitol. It would not be suspected thnt the great dome of the capltol could be made a gymnasium, but It Is used by not n few people In Washington, nnd especially by some of the employees of the capltol. for purposes of exercises and the like. Its chief apparatus In that lino Is tbe many winding steps to tbe top of the Inntern 2S7 foot in the air. You go round and round nnd round and climb and climb. That sort of thing makes for firm muscles nnd Is said to be the cure to be bad anywhere, best nnti-fa- t nnd especially In Washington. You can lose ten pounds In one trip. Tbe thing Is done at record speed, however. It Is not n slow going up and a slow going down, although with other people this seems most ample labor, but doing the thing in five minutes nnd less. It Is a rush up and a rush Oown. People who climb the stairs for sightseeing purposes nre astonished to see tbe Mercuries rush in the ascent or tbe descent, but of course they do not know, what U Is all done for. New York Sun. Fin Selling Victor Safes and boxes to merchants, doctor, lawyer!, dentlata and farmer, allot whom reallie the need of a safe, but do not know how easy It Is toown one. Salesmen declare our proposition one of the best, clean-cu- t opportunities ever received. Without previous experl. enceYOU can duplicate Dip success of others. Our handsomely Illustrated catalog will enable you to nrescnt the mliiort toon tomers In as Interesting a manner as though jou were piloting them through our factory. Men appointed as talesmen receive advice and Instructions for selllnc haph. irlvlni. convincing talking points which It Is impossible for a prospective customer to deny-- - Vbc don't YOU 1 the llrst to apply from your vicinity before someone else gets the ii3S&rr We can favor only one salesman out of each locality. i be Z5th annlTermrxecjwr company Vfas celebrated PVyr erecting the most zaodesD In the world. W&5 awake men who ittrtvr special selling lmlncrntvi. rendered ltnccessary toiin"Ur-ou- r output. Wo are manr tliounandji nf rinllMr. la rgtng our sales orpatililt. but to learn all particular. u will cost you only the prtcsr V a postal card. Ask for Cafologtre !(f T-- m well-to-d- o e r rTinc THE, VICTOR) kKES9 Our New Home. Capacity 20,000 Safes Annually. SAFE & LOGIC CQ", GIKClKHaUVHIB! ' verageArgonaut. OCTOBER - NOVEMBER t : ! : Bargain Offer During the Months of Octoberand November You Can Get The Louisville Times BY MAIIl $ Sis Months $3.00 the 1.75 And You Can Have HARTFORD REPUBLICAN In addition for one year, if jou will add 50 cents to the price named above for THE TIMES. THE LOUISVILLE TIMES is the best afternoon daily paper published in tho South or West. Democratic in politics; fearless in all things. prints ALL the news ALL the time. ' It Flight of a Great Nebula. One of the most striking spectacles revealed by telescopes ts that of the great nebula In Orion. In tbe of Its glowing streams, spirals and strangely shaped masses. Intercepted by yawning black sap and sprinkled over with stars arranged In snggestlve groups nnd lines, it has In the heavens. Tbe impression of astonishment made by tbe sight of this nebula Is heightened by knowledge of its enormous size. Tbe entire sdlar system would appear as a tiny speck beside It. Yet this tremendous aggregation of nebulous clouds and starry Bwarras has been provd by tbe 'Quaint Old 'English Ceremony. researches of the astronomers to be Ou the last day of each October tbe flying awny from the earth and the 'City solicitor of London, wltb un sun at the rate of eleven miles In every attends upon tbe royal second. Bnt so vast is Its distance when by proclamation "tbe that 100 years reveal no visual effect i tenants and occupiers of a piece of of the great nebula's sv. Ift retreat waste ground called the moors. In the county of Salop." are commanded to Not Really Lost "come forth aud do your service upon older pain and peiil that shall fall thereon." Bertie's sister, who Is five than Utertle. Is trying to teacb him t Tbe solicitor chops In halves two fag-ottake care of his books. Tbe ther day one with a hatchet and the other she cau Id not tltid "Kohlnin Crusoe" with n bill hook. Afterward comes the ou thenursery bookshelf. suuuuous to tbe tenants, etc.. of "a "Where Ik It?" she asked. "I haven't certain tenement with a forge" lu the eeu It tfor several days. What have fUraud and the payment of six horseyou don with It?" shoes, with sixty-onshoe nails, by the "I knew vihere It is." saUI Bertie, solicitor. This forge has long ceased trying to speak with assurance. to he. and the same shoes and nails "Well, where?" ate used year after year, the hhoes be"Why. H'b only lost n little." he fal- ing at least two centuries old. tered; "kinder In the barn, or ronud outdoors, some'eres; p'r'apg up garret. Salty Savored Speech. or behind the woodpile. 1 gue: Tbe natives of the coast town down 'Youth's Companion. east discuss every phase of life or death in terms of the sea. A Faulty Statue, A flbhermaii bad recently laid his rerbaps tbe 'worst isiuestrlnn, statue wife, Delia, to rest in tbe village cemIn tbe world ta tthnt erected In front etery. He visited the spot a few days of Trinity collepe. 'Dublin, to the mem- afterward with the undertaker, nnd ory of King Willium III. Among other found another newly made 'grave difaults .ane of tbe forelegs of the hom rectly beblnd that of bis wife. Ilegard-luIs straight, and tbe other curved conIt curiously, he said to tho undersiderably., yet both hoofs meet side by taker: side on tho pedestal. London Spare "Wal. 'r. 61. who's that burled thar ilomeuta. aatara o' Dele?" Youth's Companion. coal-.plexifew-rival- s reuieui-ihrnncer. e g "Wanted a Haunteo tious. Tbe following curious letter was recently received by a bouse renting agency in London: reputed taunted bouse "Have you on your books? I am not afraid of ghosts. I do not on a matter of course believe in their existence, nnd I am willing to live In a house for a long or hort term 'by arrangement. of course rent free. Should there be no gbost. ttben. 'If you wish It, I shall be willing to testify on oath to tbe fact But apparition 1 will keep should I see-mi tbe matter secret and only acquaint I will you with the circumstances. pledge myself not to pander to local 1 gossip. have a small Income on which I can subsist. My sole object in thus applying to you is to be allowed to live In a place In wblcb 'I 'do not need to pay niiy rent" The inquirer was Informed that the firm bad no haunted bouses on 'its list, ibut 'would inform blm when It 'bad. Talleyrand and Josephine. Talleyrand, the notorious French statesman, friend of Napoleon and ambassador at tbe English court, .was designed for a military career, but an accident, when one year old, rendered him a cripple for life. His cunning cleverness, political penetration, adroit Intrigues and ingenious subterfuges were vehemently opposed by the em peror's wife, Josephine, who energett cally denounced him aa a "cursed cripple." HAVE YOUR SUITS Cleaned i Pressed Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S . CAST9RIA Paris and Young Women. According to the Paris correspondent of the, Giving Church, there are few cities which make bo good a provision for the protection and care of young women coming there for work or study. He says: "Strangers who come to Paris find a largo number of Institutions with open, hospitable doors. For the French-speakin- g people there Is "L'Aml de la Juene Fllle," In particular, where Catholics and Protestants unite in a great ;work. Lists of houses, of pensions, of restaurants, respectable and inexpensive, under the of this society, are posted up at many church doors, at some railway stations and elsewhere thru out the city. "L'Unlon Chretienne des Jeune Gens" Is a work along somewhat similar lines for young men. For Kngllsh-speaMngirls there, is tho Girls' Friendly Society, .Miss Leigh's home, tho Christian Association and several admirable American homes' and clubs. None of these would ever lot a girl tako a situation without duo Inquiry; all are glad to bo appealed to. super-veillance B special attention- Hats Cleaned amili Repaired. Work called for an! delivered. Club ratei$JO0 fkes. monthHartfortf - ing neatly done. Ladies work given Repairing and Dye Brag. CUK GUNTHER BLDU.,CENTEKSIE HARTFORD,. KY, Buckbee'a "Full of Life" Northern-- 4 Pedigreed Seeds have a reputation of 3S successim iceq growing; Dcawa mem. it I ' OUnt the best. seasonable spcctaitis- - SEEDS PEAS i. i3 Earliest Red Valentine; . .- - J-Refugee Extra. Early . . Jj.25 New btringless Cretti Pod . ts-Wardwell's Im. Kidney Wax Us Davs New White Wax . . Currie's Rust 1T00I Wax . fe.yKnaieB rJ & I- - nunop. fejaBUfaatS Korsford's Market Garden . f5.o Btalxtf ? Buckbee's Lightning Express Jg.aaBhMI an a. hxt a Lettuce. Radish, Tom Seeds, riants and Bulbs at lowest gfamng Send for complete catalogue aabaii a Jafcaf your requirements and will qnote ptim Bu) direct from the eiower Save itamm. Write today. Mention this paper. aj-3- cany maju r.iiraEarly Gradus New ... .... . t k wot. 1364 H. W. BUCKBEE St., Backset KKkfors Sere Ftnu. Wonderful Human Stomach. The human stomach as diagrammed in the encyclopedia resembles the map of South America, aud as a potentiality exercises the revolutionary characteristics of that realm. It varies in size; in youth being longer than thick, and reaching from the cbin to the heels; In ripe maturity being thicker than long, and reaching from the back two feet beyond the natural plumb Hue. American Magazine. KSLLtk COUCH AND CURE the LUItCSi! Dr. King's New Discomy WITH AM . ALL THROAT VDIiDI Irtel totte Frtal AWgUHMTOWtOH xmruwsMtk. QTASANTKBO BATI8TJ OK XONXY This special bargain offer is good only for eub- scriptions sent to THIS PAPER inot to the isville Times) during October and November only. 8uch Is Lffe. "Hnpplnefw Is unattainable." "How now?" "ft wns always my dreatu to get rich and have a cast Iron dog on the lawn. It took me forty years to get rich and now cant Iron dogs nre out of atyle." Washington UernW. x vl Y t ! Send Subscription Order At Once. To Us No subscriptions accepted for any term except six months or one year. X J J Queer Job. "Here's u man who has a queer Job." said the cheerful Idiot us he looked up from his pnMr. "What doew be do?" asked the boob. "He l bookkeeper for o xkseller," replied the cheerful Idiot Ban Krancle-cChronicle. o The wise man la Informed on what hi right, tbe Inferior luun ou wbut will pay.-Coufu- dus. "There could be no better medi cine thun Chamberlain's Cough Rem edy. .My children were all Blclt with whooping cough. One of tbeni was In bed, had a high fever and was Cause For Hla Tsars. coughing up blood. Our doctor gave "It bns been a longtime sluce I have rend nny contemporaneous poetry thnt them Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and the first dose eased them, and moved me to team." "Only tbe other day 1 read a poem thrco bottles cured them," eajB Mrs. R. A. Donaldson, of Lexlngtbn, Miss. thnt moved me to tear." For sale by all dealers. "now did It move you so?" "I wept because I mnldn't get at the Needless Alarm. author." Rlrmlugham An dUd German farmer entered tho Mean Retort. office of a wholesale druggist one He These jellies you but up all tante morning and addressed tho proyou cau alike to me. dear She Hut prietor: tell the difference by tbe labels He "Mister Dicier, 1 have der achmall Oh. I never thought of tasting tbe lapox." bels, dear. Yonkers Stuteman. "Merciful heavens, Mr. Jacobs, To 1m always fortunate nnd to pns exclaimed Becltcr, as Abe office force ltiniiii:h lift' with n intil that has never acrnmbWd over oaoh other in their hurry to g.ot out, "don't como any hnon'11 Morrow Ik to be liiorutt of one-lunearer." of nature. Seneca. "Vol's dcr madder mit you fellers, Age-Herallf Electri) . FORKIDNEY.LIVERAI, It la the best medicine eve .over a druggist's counter. Succeed when everrthksr else fcn. In nervosa proatratkm and female wealcneaaet they are the suDieaaa remedy, aa thousands have testtteal,; Bitters STOMACH TROUBUC. aei ac-sos.. anyhow?" qulotly lvplled "I eay 1 haf der sshmall pox oC Cu ti ter out In raino wagon, vot Mrs. Becker ortercd ftis week already." Nations Food Magazine.. ;l l narttord Republican. uwri Rr jttc Kj.. u-j- Mbj- WHAT THE AMERICAN Ins which the figuring has already uaa n.tr at ..,:. . 1. to t tt ut o.--....- .-.. Fctcs ttt4 vu j i , n.n.TT u.i.Dnni,tii, AdCreU an Tie Hartford Republican. - r..pv.., .t. lh;. r xoit. .tuittoi. Ciowt .. , s.i.r ttttr tu ft iws.sttfT.t.44.. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS Oat Jo California a Judge ha de-?- .. rAnMtn PTTP a that womea cannot sit on lish a iuUM; and 90 erfeaMIKa'.e tlrt le. sot withstanding the fact that merchant ariae. The Dwaoxaey has . gra&ted the risht of .!..-.. 'they hav for ... . 1 j. sawsis its CMsistatly n jfrage. Why aot? -- Hubby could banauiaa rrices AUjnsiea 10 HlKl WB; It had ae maada'.e tars u uuiy nonagaerae- - ComB,,:tjon w:th .00 tfcr ; fa u fr Tr It b -- btk on t JW7 as well as MB. HUtrtol)r tMrfor iiid.lw -. political BKlag and Public Ledgr. al.-- . an(j Butter flf rc , visits the lotlag booth. Phila- th .rov,sion was cUq4 j clo Tlc Prort',0L "s- fl iBtxcu'abk "? fro- - The Greatest Store in Kentucky Within Thirty Miles of Hartford. WW 2 J &&&&J V atr ,. pc ...... m Tv atds it .. In ...".' ran second tit Uhot. worrtoi -- ' ji1 fe Kiglit nt your very door i the bust appointed and most complete shopping place that is to be found anywhere. Th1 Store of McAtoe, I.)nilano Ray In 0eiiBlioro wltji tholr fl well lighted floors of various dimrt-mtiit- s power for good in tin 11 worid of liitoltglent retailing. Hlglit pollcfrK, close business 1 w hf Mtfrttan: r. Hiffrtt. u paMlezas ,, S i3 rRIDAY. m arfrocit toetlNr Ahirt la Ohio county lac srln?. o R- - w pM)cr or Prorrs,'ve ouM hare ' been rfa bad act .,,,, , ,h,. ,.,. , -- bt Ur4y a the Urdr states ateag ..., CaMdhui tMdur, prtws of Um DetBOnU be th tether can proaaee are acraae4 10 awt ,. -- r ' nrf -- ata the PrezressiTSs A and la others tfce R- -' ta took that pernios, if r,!. jretUas " es the farmr cewe The Froblca of Meat. All the -- world .- Is -.. ",tal ",i,Uw for "- r,K,,p- --- prices, or ta OTr J4 m;li low- m- Free-Tradestates that rmSKt4Uim ipe iUi o enMa4. .viraay ai ar? ,rar w . romlnz from Cacadiaa ranc follow- Food roaMnUsittOT Barnard LXt'rta Ha,? JO ",d aBy ! the eo of llrisr 5s goiac down. ,rK u as his o;!nioa las the rJnoral of tariff nie. at tte high Ht,a,s to lhe AmerieMi Caaada cos-- . lll for a ton;: tla W jjvias niil scon bria to soar01 pric Jt Is oa Uu: qalt. j inrowjng oien our to npplr the raaae udt tfcar ha and so telling when the Hot will consaaier A goremrsnt by the few Is the 'lareelr dtfaooeart-front onr own te rched. .eau, esiecfci!lv jork. inarkts to Canadian tcompetition? " .. r-t .W V u. tind Heerta tMtexts la. ay " "": " ou' coentry farther of ar going to the cUig.- - Mvt tlr? are toId the eeulag p and tMdnt of the Income" Iorra:ic propfcet. ihrUonas nor- - KW'.t. lae So far ar-h. ru.wwt f .t. rases. 1 . ortner states ti Jtexiro ae azv esgs win -; siiiaz at fire cents has no: collated on as. ot from Argentine constitute as fine a crnnle ranie apk: and arce at that. "U will tht -iwtow , !B be astoalshlns how v,ga init .Vill th Paniharst reception rt 1uo'-oa- ! tonBran Is current irart.- - u ln rvcr- ofM. a mt,M it smrefy ht -l reaerab-rt- d s the CTat frost of otfore soring. s--i he. Hood htarens' c vhtAl' aBd cheaI'er braa mean, one dny-t- hat nht he a- aad the Democratic Tar-J-f WU. which y12- wheat. Also a carTexas fo xcUe axordiar to everj Democratic ora- - of COBr' nes. ov- r?-?r- -route to TemM---yra Toe. Ttit currency bill has abwat sira- - tor and ne.s,,ajr was aoin? to r " o5d ArnUa t,rK "a busaeI Wow al oae street dow to an amendment, to an dace th sich cest of IUIbz. jest co-- j prlce for A01111 Also. "ind.l Re-,t- ie ing into effect a.iendent. a b bHslntis in Canodan oats. ) publican. XX."IAUT VOTK . .of which l.M,C-- j bushels in bond What has become of Father M- to Crearj's Senatorial boom? Is It dip- reo for delivery when re- - The followiar u IV hcU ?jrft'. Something the Matter. . Tariff gtrs into , ping &acd? at .. whteK---i,f .b on a Js not frankly rartisan. along with'1? te recent ennaty eleetton- before. Taciman; has 7 'chapr than J"-- ""bCYorTlotmeal last ny lives and is sure to Enumerable busing men and It has ,; , . c aas discover- notxactivc -IJ7 Jdce Joan Shdu d that the Democratic pmy V 'f aD:,CiI,a;, County Atfmer-Jo- ha T. Ho. ConnXJr ak-- RO. Stanley is winning the sen- - something tie matter with It. Tie2 A. to riff bUl Is not louring the cost.he O. Atln :: , Sneriff-- E. atorial nomination hands down- -in v TafU of 1 Mng and shows co signs of sUm- - , . Washington city. aoniing members Ja""A- - T. Dsvis ulating industries. The income tax , ,fc Assessor T. J. Paelj. e trade in New York, T. Km Avnn.wav-- . W4 M&J fci,4b w. There was no Socialist candidate j c.u .n. ?4fjf 4c n WVt 'Vf .Va vvwiii4.-. I... h. .. Ut V.1. ' freley In Denmark. Siberia Be careful it the haves and the 'hate nou." Mr. tow Wiison apple. h&o1 SPrintedet. !for Coun,-- r Kepublic. It is lhe cay turn to a lemon. sundry ci.il bill and his surrender' ,w .. .. tof JUUiitkrW .lJU. CUiJUJll Wilson's cla&s distinction in the' A Government Secret consignment from Siberia cover .... . . ... ,-. Diaz made a bter show- Fell .a total of VOfi.Xt casks, each contain- - A Washington disjotch reports ' ,. . ranrnne for his life than he did ,0 jjjg . fer -. that (ojjj svsiem in tee ur?nti ing J50 4 are lor the Mexican presidency. deficiency act have tended "the lS ? no " he 5 per cent fronl . Wood Axton P"ucal On Tuesday. Nov. Rlw Pla:et ArgcmlMt and ,C Tnl preferential, dropped like a veraJ hnadrei ,,ckages as near the 3Iayoraty ImewSr rejort. J Jfi cTLouisville as in transit from Denmark. The will e.er get. "percentage remedy for the merchant marine. The commercial adds- vcnf5cat!on-- ' " u, caIIeJ- - ls- Now. let the op;siUon to the State Department's diplomacy moves' The ne entrV of egss fa likely'? one of the darkest secrets ..' on the . side . uiotijiuc- iu tuj3iijj h nriH ,- ..... -- un .. iv-uV. j uic to caui snippers Aautium other Sernment and is ke' under tion of -- Jonaj- Lind cake and erape la and Jefferbon county get together. and Grmanv u trv our ? and Vey by lwo ofMc5als charS" J,mn. Jice to the Mexican situation rives - during .h. We fear the Herald Is not half as pain ..-- . . ,.w., .." . , w ',u, lte protection from prying aresomoHd! ,0 f "! anxious to look at the books as it enoagh to sig t Tait ud c roJuct shwss this Is an admirable precaution, and' , .v. . pretended to be before the elec- - f0r T. . .. . and .n.. f ., . Uk.eIy for!ver to prohl. are" as bound to beVbiz importation.- Jion. tend. but u. to WiU.,, It the publication of the averages. If icniny . as a WW i.crjie greeting. So jbe American farmer gets It t hp -i 1... anllnp nt iVtc. ..., . Tliu; Xb- uliK ma vi ,.,,. ...kn. .u.. fnrvuieiAM . An for many from all directions. Every country on J bad! .. . ... out as iong as bae ;s not aoing .Tf 1f f . , """ iuuiic tufre kouiu oe euro a t .hKKaah anything to us ,hy should w. fl t . X0'EMBER iet4 at the recent efeafo.- rs ! M,KW- - aac of Prt liv to the 14. Unlocky Time For Stat i5 eoippea iron tanaca u ik of thowt to this covm.t, tl Mere4r erwU' a racwmi hi Evrope. Yot of all com- trks th I afeed Stat has Vst ue R M hee spf4tes ntar toer-- If tbr 4tvrt wr - Mr er ... - aboot -- ii mil rJ- with orry roiiutublc inarkt, and their thorough tinilfrrttnndlMg of awl prefer?!)' e law the public's Mute marked this hlore its tn l)fsi shon-ptn- g place hi Kcntuuk). "on 1 "STbi'm: "" 1- - ' 'P18 - 0r ... - .. i.. bn -- "l Mi The People of HartforJ Invited and Urged To come to this storo at an time and not only enjoy Its but profit by every purch;ise inado In this estanlUhnii'iit. prl'-ilogr- rvui .... " s. tnw SPECIAL ATTENTION To Dress Goods, Silks and char cttr w. rrt. .. yM . ffc 5x1 Dress Making Ladies' Garments and Millinery FIRST FLOOR Dress Nevkwi-ar. a , ,. nr. eff. M. Goods, ;-- - oth,; - Novo!!, .Sllkn. TrliumintH, Hosiery, UIovcb, Notions, Fine Cotton, Doninsti. s, .Mens 1 t"' - 'f "fj Sr Knit I'ndcrnrur, and .Sho.s. Funushlngs -- r !i SECOND FLOOR w-"ug- x Ready to Wear Garments. Millinery. Furs, Muslin L'nderwear, (.orsots. Dress Making Parlors. - . .- 'm. "'""''.ra THIRD FLOOR Furniture, Ucdding, Blankets, forts. Com- t oUe7' J f'P5 i...i,. -- ,ik ',! m Tit f!. "":" 'rSn " J l ' FOURTH FLOOR Capets, Rugs, Druggets. Oil Cloths. Linoleums, .Malting, Shades, Curtains, DraiKTles, Wall Paper. "'utTMn t? -- tw,, t,ir t,. u.r ? BASEMENT ,. 'Floor Coverings, Duplicate Stock Rooms, Receiving ana Shipping. j. Heavy Shoes, Boots, Wide .- vau, 1 " -- , V "i I President rJ-TZL" administration. L.! -How can anyone endo. Merchandise. -..-.- ,-uu " .u " wJL,( therefore The Wilson's Mexican policy when SJ hac.' market. to ?lqnp without this official don't know a "blootnin" thing about j burh Tltr.es. Come to Owensboro and Profit ; 'record and keep its own tab on its what It is? Yotir TaTM. Tillman's Confusion. forecasters. After making allowances By Doing So. Mtny fears vamrics' We can at least be thankful that I. or one of my deputies will be for the Tillman cussed IMng Jiaa on'T" advanced four. the following places for the pur- - OI the weather factors the judicial his way Into office by cussing ne-,of collecting tases. This will Jbe temperment musu concbc;. tbat the J present Democratic groes. and now in his old age his act 2--r e jthe last chance to pay ouUside of theWealn-- r men are Coin- - th erv best as turns on him ..... a Frankenstein. administration. " ... . .. It stated that the republic tills h II. t .. ... fl.. -'- ucu u In ..n .. nu. ,n )tn negroes m me com-- - na.wv,. tbej; tan und that on the whole the ls . . . , year will grow enough wheat to The fact remains fhZTTh ivno- -' ,. With a depleted treasury and a .. ,., Tillman said .that low the tax books will not be at toy! crajg could no; haw carried Mafe-- , falling currency, llucrta Is now truly meet the home demand. avtonK h uould snd the office. m., ...mi ,t,K i i " -with the , wa- ,le boasU of an One can sec that a counrty which ,; .. achesetta or New j roj. fore-- 1 and tacUi $25.- . field an produced for the years 1911-ia. ' abilliy to tall Into the Republicans and Progressives united. ; 13. ..,' ilaEan. ... Saturday. - Nov. T1,,ma ,.hras woid onnflrm ihU. nrmv " " rrftti.Ooi) ' . .I . . men. If the Hnor- - 000,000 of gold and JI.'.OOo.Ow of sli i w. ror nsaiw. drws oi n"i- - -- - of . .. .... ...v mfV niar an1 tile j.nti.n-- . . , "Ka r. " forusvilie.- sal. vo- u. m .if i..Jnn nrrnrhmim w.. That Sti !.... ....,--...- .. n.uvrf..wMD goveriHiienni is iirohc iie inui ver must command rvsiect among It mf-in- s riW T,1M.n W r1oii,IV- - w Wysox. Monday, Nov, 17. .. u .v-... . between the eyes on elec- - with an effort t'j Irte the common' lurihv. . .. the trading nations of. the turth. .i.. . ii.i no rain or snow. Pittsburgh iopl W South Carolina from,i I'rentiss. luesoay, .not: is. tiondav. Tammanv has never been The amount of commerce in Mex(length of time of ,V),0OO men. ' Smallhous, Tuesuay. .Nor. is. patch. oligarchy of men cessful in ronninK iollUcs outside, a i may watch now tor rapid ico under the chaotic conditions that-no- w One ' who thought tby were better than ' Cromwell, Wed., Nov. Jl. the cit y o New YorL obtain is remarkable. If Ui changes in the Mexican situation. It anbody else, but who nobody else J Olaton, Thursday. Nov. W. l'KACK JJL'STICK OK THE money iurl-t- y republic had a stalilo government is surprising that the price of meat and flour seem thought were any bstter. swept hfm Narrows, Fridtiy. Nov. 21. VOTK .Mil r..villf.u i, ii'lii tablc. and lKace and order reigned throughin Mexico did remain Saturday. Nov. L'2. i about the same, and in New York Into the governor's chair and Into ; Mexi- out, its possibilities arc colossal. , e The fact is a tribute to the eggs have gon up v &eenty-fivMcllenrj, SaturdttT '0v. 22. the United States Senate. District No. 1 Ed Shown (R) can financial and banking system. It Is a crime against the great 'an it be possible Nov. 22. cents per doz'-Centertown, pntm-dayMr. Tillman hal many linltatorsn. (D) 437, Robert '441. T. F. Tanner that tie torn for two masses of the ioople The United States, Beaver. 7ns Monda.. Nov. 21. that the protUe tariff as keei-n- 5 the fr: man! to o:cupj a field u here Shovvn's plurality, 4. years as has been Mexico, would leaders cm not or will not c impose Davis IS) Magan prices down? o talk had not leen indulg-- i On the dUy the book is at District No. 2 Sara Leach (R) have been swept over and again by their dlffenncfs and join In tlie work wui aiso ue mere, . 10 J)e Uarns ,(j)) 30S, John financial prices. the ('onstl-Ifctio- n ed in by politicians running for of upbuilding the republic instean, Both Amendments to .a; rorusvuie ea.. -- . v. ..v.. me usually secureo )arge results. h.g pjurautr. g) carried in Ohio county. Tbo ! .other's o If we are compelled to Intervene of cutting cicli Now conies jole Bleate, governor i vllle. Herbert and Shreve. At ApikiiI. vote for No. 1. biiu: for working j of South Carolin in Mexico to restore order we might Pleasant, at Rovkiort. for tht tertowji. Point District No. 3 Lindsay McDanlel bring back from Mexico Its, banking conviws on public 5f.r.o anient 'iNorth and South, and Ceralvo. (R) 351. Crlt Hunter (D) 270. Hen- - sjstem and apply It in this coun For tax ai.timeni, againi.t SCO. fj, Tiljan an meII1. 'McHenry Render. McDaniel's plu- - try. At least our financial experts ry Render (S) 131 704. against ao.. On htse days no taj.es can be rality. SI. tJje oJd onltr n4le Mma)on Q . t. . . . might learn, something from what ..I t.i ... ti..trnKl svff(.& I !.?.n for the wail of the Even- - cause against uiea. uat tney could District No. 4 R. C. Tichenor (D) has been done In the republic since IOU-jnT. H. BLACK. S. O. C. as gov defeat him for J 279. lag Post, when the Democratic O. W. Rowe tR) 213. Tlche- it went to a gold basis. isville macnlne RUraUs Jefferson coun-- 1 crnor. nor's plurality. 66. .... Blunder III Tariff Law. -wThe crtil It of Mexco's .olld tank. . B!euse in his calmest moments Is , the tune tv awav from Beckham to District no. o Winston Smith ing system is due to Llmuii'.our.who section of the new Tariff law I That . or isieecti anil louuer i.w.i j. ,r irtirt in noyi vrar s mnr rwklr-(R) 352. P. L. Alford (D) 302. for many jcars was clilf of the In denunciation of men and things J providing for a o per cent discount Primary, it is coming. e Smith's majority, 50. financial department of the republic dutJt on goods imported in Ani-Thhe docs not like than ever was Till-'i- n 'District No. 6 V. S. Dean (R) under the lule of Diaz and later was Hanford Herald still has the mn whejj up t0 fever!er!can bottoms was the subject of 338. J. L. Smith (D) 310. Deans vice president. question ojen as to whether the prolonged discussion by the Con-Du- ll and'fen.nco Committee, which tried to majority, 2fi. Mcxiio, however, in war or in the Elephant or Moos "rid" fchopki-H audiences. District No. 7 n. F. "Rice (R) peace. . Is a coimtr) of enormous bring it within the letter of our the Elephant "rid" the Bull Moose. Jjfl gend tnc y baci 309. T. A. Evans (D) 273. Itlce's trade. . Mexico's foreign trade last but they both "rid" its candldav-- s hfjm. w thq bocause ne knoWr8 ueat'e by adding Jlo the paragraph majority. 36. .J,(.m glaU The otljer j that "nothing in this subsection shall yrur was valued m $233,(Hb,iki0 ln for Sheriff. Co. Attorney. Clerk, Rep- - u w, District No. S Ben L. Taylor! D) this reeentatlve and Jailer. To bay notn- ashinKton he announced ,oe -bo construed as to aurogate or in 102. Oeo. Early (S) 7. Tavlor's ma- - United States cunvney, and . .. v ftmutMifi .f j ... .... . 11....1.. an- nuinncr innffur or aueoL uici colossal figure was reached tnspllo inr MflLiKirriu.. Joritj .95. " of the closing of niuny mines and ck if certain act. provisions of any treaty concluded be should be X The Hertford llorald the United States and uny for- the stoppage of rallrcads. .... -'. '" pleased wp h the coming county Parte AD0UI Mexico, The luiponts into Mexico during friends wherever It's used, because ..... ... ........ '...,. uion Senator Tillman snivel:; an- - .eign nation. ... .. 1912 were JKS.OOO.OOO and the exports It's pure, wholesome and nourlbhrng. It Is humlUating U.at the confer- "- -J.! boii'. oTthe H hat Cole Bl,as. had stolen U icac-- . Mcxiio received from Ordinary Feed JlOO.OO'J.Oou. e thunder, had taken bis own llv- - enoes were so lacking in persp nh court eoiitnlns a hrt:o -. y me weaning tnat the United States last yoclr J 17,000.. ind had plagarizcd his best of dirt und foreign iiiatWr, It to una l uawn-- , iwapcd tbt-m- . maxims. Wjj ,nt)11. ooo worth of goods and exported to wblcvli only trouble will be taking up so Is Injurious to the health of on .the Indent and Ws i;fuslon for more than two years. and,ur country fl2l.000.000. Tlusoexwan claimed tbat he was thejed much of the Editor's time, "lookanimals, I'm my ana your suxic " oq-- Ioru conslsUiL of gold, silver mul r 20 years ago of this constl- - ore al ot tbat t!,ne lho books." ing at the 100,.'W"1 hj strong und thrive. My prlcfc9 and hell expression, and, he subsidy would be a twwn goId anU Bllver has bwn main- - other ores to tthe amount of for lad lu iniiiui MimtltUui are lo cent on If half of ihe reports are to le be- - thinks it met unfair in Wease to! of 5 v0hani:c has btni0o0.000. borts which, in aaution . to uie ruu- - bought aand - sold and - the chan- Vegetable products to the amount I onousn to ptoiwe. getter. llevod CommouwtaHh Attornej Rir.;o take'tupandusltastt vote : , : .. . all .. .. n k. Ibah .1 ,.,.. uavo oieu ujiu-u -: of FJt 000 x) Wirn? . uxDorled ili.i1 mi. , u.ov, ..uu.i. kri - iri. i ...m h.vn l..tu- of . .mnrnvn lov. liai cuu amauj vi Mr Tllln'?.,.. m.r nnf -- . . , . -- ... - ln when Ol uajiHiug is ccange jnuusinai Ohio nicabr, bat Mr. Tillman more than expcttdl lnaJ j Uttaufa.turtHi, . products urn- the next grand jury meets in MW ' I .iif 'ani LwnIKr A!ri1Ca?1 maaU' i iU oounty. looking after vote buyers and anywher ima In Uiis couuto' Hu er. received his henkst bloa ounttd o about ?H',W0.OW. TIo ProUucg Marobant j way rrt,Knsible for those things In Gov. Usurers that eommereial Even during the clvw.1 war vrogrwra vob. hrtlers. Soue of the work .. from the I'MUyl states, out 'not ..!. -. mignt - KENTUCKY . be eutajTa&siug to tini, in a politic- - Bleuse v.L;.h are objclonable to laMon fctch tuts been made in Mexico, for Jt HARTFORD, f ,. oi jne ceortae m nivu.wi vwu,-- meant a E'at aiar jX way also. That le if he , 1 J. Jt? Ti' ZZiZr";a--ZJ T! i.k. ... .? ..,., n-.- Z " Z McATEE, LYDDANE Owensfcoro's RAY Store of Standard y ir -B- 1 ...... ie ... " ... .,. i.-- . , .Ti .- sac-.whi- te ed ...... . !,,....". iJ . "., ..... , Ro.-kpor- ' n anti-negr- 2. in prc-cin- .. throats--Coinercl- ul '"-(j- .,!.. e. l, . t!. At. - . ii'u ot tion "u'u .. Our Feed Wins f I fc v.j d ! jjj,,. -- .. . v "' .,, .h. po-H- t-- nZ 1 Z wll mum jr-crnlns- w , ui . "" -.-- .. .. ..ii I Ir L7, Zto i vm-l'ie- Jl"n ;- , --- .. W. E. ELLIS f ... "- -- - j 1 , - IA t Wear Shoes, Don't You?f L. Vtt SHAPE Rev. Ernest Sloan of Louisville, preached two splendid sermons at tho HaiitlsL church last Sunday. Mrs. Iko Saiidcrftir returned honio .Monday from Heaver Dam where she had been the guest of relatives Rev. ,W II." Wright Teh Sundny with his family for Dawson Springs where! they will ninko their future lM home. I.. II. Tlclionor, Hartford It. with his family left Thursday for Tlccvlllc, Fla., where they will spend tho winter. Mr. 1 The Old Reliable Mitchell Wagon b iK' ', Miss Loralnc Sunday homo Sullcngcr after In visit to relatives and Krlu, Tumi. returned extended Rowling Croon un Mr. and .Mrs. Howard Gray, who have been the slants of relatives here huto returned to their home in Kansas City, .Mo. Moving picture shos every Fri day and Saturday nights at Or. Means opera house. Now songs and new pictures. Admission 10c. j racineIwis. 3 jH' If you do, we want to inforni you in a few words that we are prepared to fix you in SURE ENOUGH LEATHER. nnd Crushed lloiuiny, Uidnej Heans and Navy Itcans, Now Croii, Just received. W. II. MOORK & SON. Tho ladles Aid Society of tho iM. K. Church will hold their nnnunl bazaar the first week In December;. lOvaporatcd Fruits, Flake I 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.' - Many shoes are made that are-wanting- look good, but when the real test comes they Now we carry nb lines of shoes in stock, either Men's or Women or Children's, that . Further particulars next week. Tho ladles of llartrord Chapter, down at your nearest railroad station. Owensboro. Ky. 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. Priesraeyer Shoes for Ladies and Children none better. Den't forget these brands, and remember that Eastern Star, held an dntorcstlng .Monday meeting evening, during which a nice luncheon was served. I will pay 2jC cash for Eggs until November IK. 1013. V. E. ELLIS. I'roduco .Merchant, IStl. Hartford, Ky. Moving picture shows and illus- teach Reading? How teach History? trated songs at Dr. Dean's, opera Other Questions of General Interest. house every Friday and Saturday Announcements. nights. New songs and new pictures. Adjournment. and a fine evening's entertainment for JOc. Notice in Bankrupcty. T. J. TURLEY CO., etEsa!ssa regular processes of negotiation and diplomatic exchange Neither Mr. Underwood nor anybody else wands trade wars; but If the avoidance of trade wars Is to be purchased by tho permanent acceptance of a policy that makes an end to all chance for creating a merchant marine, then It is high time that the facts were understood in their rullest slgnlflccance. To enforce the 5 per cent discrimination at once, while these treaties are in force, would doubtless be a violation of treaty obligatiosn. Thnt would Justify reprisals; but assuredly there Is no reason why this Government may not Indicate its purpose and wish to bo done with that kind ot treaties. Othcjr nations are doing our carrying for us, largely because they It Pays to Trade With a House That Saves You Money, YOU'LL LOOSE MONEY, If yon In the Court of the Unitbuy a home la Hartford before you ed States for the Wosten District ot see me. Will ixi gtad to show you the Kentucky. In bankruptcy. bouse any time. Will remain in lu the matter of Edrls S. .M- Hartford. ) a-- GUNS! GUNS! Hartford republican, -- t I havq just received a large line of 11 Guns, Ammtneltion, Shells, lc. And respectfully request you to call and see the largest and best line, of Shot Guns, Ammunition, etc., ever " brought to S HOT GUNS. Rifles, Target Rev. E. B. English, who has been pastor of the Baptist church .for wore v7 M. H. & E. Railroai Time Table than .a year,- left with his family for Iteren, 31adlson county, last week. Rev. English is a splendid man and atflartforKy. endeared himself to all our people. U H. time card effective .Monday Wo are sorry .to Jose him and his Aug. 21st family fom our town and they No. 112 North Bound due Z:t9 a. an. will aays be pleasantly reniow- daily except Sunday. Ibered hy everyone In Hartford. No. 114 North Round due 1:25 p. to. Miss Jennie Gillespie, daughter of dally except Sunday. .Air. .and .Mrs. R. H. Gillespie, and No. US South Hound due &i5 a. m. Jlr. Ueatty Hancock were married dally except Sunday. last Saturday night at the residence Rov. No. 113 South Hound due 1:40 p. ui. of Rev R. D. Bennett, by ItciuietL .Miss Gillespie "e one of daily except Sundny. Hartford's most lopular young ladies. H. E. M1SCHKK, Agt while the groom, who oanie hero fro a Monticello, Ky., Is connected .with Howe-mad- e uow at W 11. his brother In the oil drilling business and lias made many friends .Moore .Son's. since he has been In Hartford. .Mr. John 11. Thomas, .Narrows, Is lu town on lms!ness. Call on Moore & Son for pure home-mad- e Hog Lard. RRIDAY, .N6VilHlKR ft,U Have just received 3 car Joads of hay. one car of .Michigan Timothy, one ear of No. 1 Pea Green Colorado Irrigated Alfalfa, and one car of .No. .1 Clover. W. E. ELLIS, Produce Merchant, 18M. Hartford, Ky. On this 7th day of November, A. .Mr. It. T. llor has sold his ssad-dl- e D.. 11)13, ou considering the petition and Imraoss stock and good will of the aforesaid bankrupt for dis to Mr. --S. L. King, who will more charge, filed on Uio 31st day of the stool; to liJs store three doors October, JV. U., 1913, it is ordered North on Center Street,, where the by the court that a hearing ,be had upon tho same .on the. 27th day of businow will .he .continued. December, A. U., 1913, before said J, B. TAPPAN, Jewolor and Optician. cMillan, a bankrupt. have subsidized and otherwise un couraged their shipping Industries,. whiio we have neglected ours.. "Efrejr will protest with all vigor agj3r?: losing their profitable privilege. 'Sat they arc getting enough (advais&c: In other directions from the asar Tariff quite to compensate. Mibhs for what they might lose by abro5&-Oo- n of the shjp conventions. Xcac York Press. Owensboro Optical House.. Hartord, Ky., Nov. 1. I Jiave. court at .at Louisville In said district, o'clock In 10 the forenoon, or glasses made by R. C. ilto'dWick Optician, Owens.boro, Ky lt!o inyi satisfaction. His house and. Machinery for makitiK ilenscs arc.t!iis most complete In the State, ami 2tfs employs none but experienced wirk-men. if) , . . n-t- lre fti as near thereto as practicable, and that notice thereof bo published one Uuio In the Hartford Republican, a uunojjaiici Land Dther C. M. BAUXETT-- ., j 34. and iiersons In Interest may ap- liear at .said time and place and show cause, If any they Jiave, why the petitioner should not bo granted. Witness tho Honorable Walter Erans, Judge of said Court, and the seal thereot, at Louisville in sau district, on the 7th 'day of November A. B., 1913. A. G. RONALD, Clerk. By E. Potts. that all known creditors iitiiituu m Mtiu uiaini;!., fi 3t i' r LH6 Other Nations Do Our Carrying-- . Hartford. (jlood the best and prices the lowest. to her homo Miss Mrs. Ned Pendleton lias returned In Oklahoma. Stella Woernor Js tho guest of friends lu Louisville. Hon. A his S. IJenhott, Louisville. is visiting relatives in town. .Miss LIIIlo Thomas returned to her homo In Louisville Sunday. Sir. J. M. lane, Washington, Penn., Is hero looking after his oil Interest;. Old uewjuapcra for salo at Tho Republican oft Ice. Dig bundlo for a nickel. iatf. Don't forget that Moore & Son handle the Owensboro Flour. None better. Mr. I'urdy Casobler has niovod to tho Iva Noll property, on Render Avenue. Mr. M. A. Faufiht made a business trip to Owensboro and Evansvlllo U. S. CARSON Grocery man HARTFORD, KY. X For Sale! i One Saw Mill, one ': Planer, Band Saw, Jointi Building - er. Al60 Brick and Tile Mochine. All kinds of Material, Paints, Oils, Etc. Will sail on reasonable- terms. Call on or addresn - tl.s !Mr. tlis Narrows, jald office an appreciated visit white week. ( C. Carter, lmro Monday. Miss Elcctra Carson left Just Thursday for Louisville where s'ho .will visit it'Jatvks and friends. Mr. W.LlT:lilemucr left Monday for Canneltoii, lnd., whero ho will lblt relatives. Mies Allio ll7 Allen ivill leave j for Chicago to visit her m.s- -. ter, Mrs. Ltstetter. V.G." Rennetl," figda, loft Mr. this wooli for Titovjjje FJ., whuro ,lK will spend .tho wluljr. to-d- BEAN BROS. Hartford.' Ky. to For many years there has been Insistent demand that legislation "do something for the American mer chant marine." Tho demand Is a proper and Justifiable one. It Is Inexcusable that in an era when foreign commerce Is constantly Increasing In importance to all tho great countries the VnitKM States should be dependent on foreign bottoms, schedules, rates, routes and conditions for oportunity lb Old Papers. market our goods. For commercial naval reasons, it Is .Wo liavo recenUy been furnished and also for by Mr. S. W. TIchenor. Centertown, Important that our merchant marine copies of tho Louisville Journal dat- bo restored to a position of conse-(luenon the seas. ed ISiS and '49 and tho Western Recorder of 1S58, 18C9 and 1S72. Also copy of the Tcmiessco Baptist of 1858 slstent antagonism to subsidies for this and ;ho Louisville Commercial, 1872. purpose. It Is needless now to disTbu Journal In 1S48 was published cuss tho reasonableness of this anby Prentice and Woissinger and was tagonism. Tho fact stands that sub a strong Whig paper supporting Gen. sidy legislation has been repeatedly Taylor for president and Crittenden defeated under Republican adminisfor governor of Kentucky. It Is In tration and that it has lets chance teresting to deho into these old In' far unltli IlnMin... fir. Ac tunlt pallors of tho past published long argue against tho reasonableness off before wo were bora, aivd dealing the forco of gravity as refuse to rec- -. with vltul questions then, but Ions ognlze this situation. Tho alternative to subsidy is dis since settled by tho American ieo-pl- e either by tho sword or at tho bal criminating duites on imports, by Mr. lot box. TIchenor has our which American bottoms will earn thanks for this real treat. Tho papers a prlvlelge at the custom houses sufficient to encourage shipment In are exceedingly well presorvod. thorn. That Is tho proposal of the Underwood Tariff measure, and Mr. Program. Underwood conies forward with a Educational Association, Division frank defense of It. Ho resents tho So. C. Rockpoiit, Nov. 22. assumption that tho provision was Opening Kxerciscs. put Into tlio law by mischance r General Business. through Ignorance. Nothing of the Neatness and Cleanliness Among Bort. It Is there because Congress Pupils Miss Hunleo Shulus, .Miss wnrtted It there, knowing and fully Jcb8io Raley, realizing what it meant. Preventable Diseases of the NeighForeign countries have representborhood, their Causes and How to ed that under existing trade treaties Avoid them. Dr. S. W. Crowe. wo are estopped from discriminating Ways and Means of Securing Good against thorn In this wlso. Quite so,' Atteudanco. O. D. Carson. O. W. replies Mr. Underwood; but treaties! Wallace, Mbs Myrtle TurJey, J. O. , that bind us to such option ought ' WilllalllS. ItO 1m! llnur, nwnv winV hi at Is a de- Somo School of Special In- - tall of business for tha Stato Hetercut to Teachcre. A. I J. Kirk. ro to bo observed t.hilo thev con- Gonoral Discussion; Grading SShool j Unuo in forco, but be law means Work to Secure Best Rosults. How that they aro to bo got rid of as 3 touch tho Multiplication Table? How' fast as possible by tho order an J Thatwecabvet' J RESOLVED. I te: Prices when WEFJfcSTMAfcKOUfc. (J00D& THEBES Some; FINE PICKING IN OUR;. STOCK NOW I .. and always j'Citok n" rrB9 - ir IT' J ANYTHING FOR THI.S IN OUR. LINE, ANY-THI- NG WE'VE GOT IT. IF YOU NEED SEA-SoN COME. WETeToT HERE AND LooK FoR IT. things we could buy when we bought our stock, and the &e-5t we carved the-price-- 5 down OUR WHEN WE MARKED GOOD ON GooDJ. COME AND SEE IF WE CAN'T MAKE OUR GOOD GOOD S. CARSON & CO. INCORPORATED. Hartford, Kentucky,. r UBSIS2IZEK'J332m: .i i"i'yi . r FAMOUS FLOWER GARDENS. , Combustion Proceeded Exactly at In 4) Why Rosea of the Rhone Valley Are a Pile of Coil Known All Over the World. To tlio average man It Is Inconeclv- The famous rose Hardens of Lyons. jnble for Iron nr lol chips to actually hum as fo much Inllnniuiitble material, Prnncc. owe their cxcccllonco largely and to a light soil, an abundance of sun j but nevertheless such Is possible, shine mid the proper amount of mols- , such IncldetitH are the part of positive &Ct i ms pnonouioiiuu is expiuiuru Prom time Immemorial local record, by the fact that finely divided Iron or rosnrlans have taken advantage of the Meol may .sometimes oxidize faster conditions until skill and In- than It can pet rid vf its heat and terest In the Industry have made the consequently elves Mlgiia of complete roses or the itnone valley known combustion. throughout the parks and gardens of A large pity of chips took lire In tins the world. yard of a machine shop not long ape. The ground where the roses are nnd the fire was described by a wit- - cliietly cultivated Is on the outskirts of nes ns follows: The chips were put the city. It Is Hat. devoid of shade through a centrifugal separator, and tree and protected only by high walls j circles being then drawn between the Quarterly Court Begins on the Attorney Law nc. wiion tile circle nearer tne apex fourth .Monday In Pobruary, May, tho small nmount of oil remaining had at the confines of the property. The was a rose plants nre set out for commercial nppears decidedly the lurcer. but the August nnd November. nothing to do with the lire. It HARTFORD, KY. Court of Claims Convenes first 1'Inl" mw r burning Iron. The metal purposes In straight rows, sometimes Illusion lessens as the angle is made Tuesday in January and first Tues- Will practice his prof.jvekm In Uhk was so nueiy (iivmoii ami presenieu i a hundred feet long, the smaller plants less ucnte. i and adjoining countlos. Couunaixkai As the celestial bodies near the horl- - day in October. so uiucli surface to the oxygen In prosix Inches apart, with about ten Inches Other County Officers C. S. Mox-le- land Criminal Practice . Spoclnlty. . they appear 111 the ungli rormoU portion to the radiating surface of the between rows, while the larger crafted Surveyor, PordsMlle, Ky., It. pile that, once started by tho heat i or budded varieties are lnerted ten to , ' the earth and the declining are of '. u. .no. .; Bernard Pcllx, Assesfrom n nearby rubbish pile, the twelve inches npatt. with eighteen the sky. I he conditions are Just those sor, Hartford, Ky., it. P. L. No. 2; proceeded exactly as In a pllu ' Inches between rows. of tile tirtlllcial lilies unit circles, and henry l.cnch, Superintendent, Hartj "f nl. only apparently at n more Nearly all of the plants are out of Its enlargement In the narrowing angle ford; Ur. A. B. Klloy, Coroner, Hartrapm rnie. Law doors. The greenhouses for a rose Is a contrast the moon conspicuously ford. JUSTICES' COURTS. The metal had not melted. Where garden of llfteon acres do not number brings out as compared with the specHARTFORD, KY. j Leslie Combs, Hartford, Tuesday the lire had been hottest the chips more than two. averaging thirty feet tacle It presents In the free sky. after were n dark blue. The idle sank about In length. It is only In exceptional Mios. W. II. UunuH mid C. B. The fact that the apparent enlarge- - .'.... 3rd .Monday In .. March, Tuesday . .. n.l t , .i.. '" J""c! a third In height, and n lot of metal j winters that the plants have to tie cov nient Is not always the same may be I'" SmlUi annomiw tluit Uwy liavo fonn-a- . "7 .:' H. ' to changes In the uncle by clouds day artcr'3rj .MnVlay In Deceu.ber. inut have been oxidized to create so ored. Sometimes the tops of the older iMrUi.rrtlk.p fcr the general praci much heat. American Machinist. ucimuiicnii. plants are rather loosely hound in ; r tnnors.-isoJonn Mw jlo..;l,ort( yTianv tice of law, cxcipt criminal und dlvor PAYS. GOOD ADVERTISING nftcr 3rd .Monday in .March. Friday straw. In every large commercial rose Mr. Smith bolng Coumty Attorniter .,ru .Monday In June, Friday ney Is pruveitUxl from practicing garden of Lyons hundreds of eglantine PASTEUR'S PLAYTHINGS. HE WAS AN OUTLAW. such Before You Can Reap a Harvest You .Monday In Septemlter, alter oru rose plants are kept to a single stnlk ccjbms. Mr. Dunus will Individually Mutt First Sow the Seed. grafting. Thece are usualfy gath- And Presumed to Violate the Rules Friday nfter 3rd .Monday In DeScientist a Man of Many for cember. accot &uoh jmictloo. Officii The ordinary newspaper or periodical The Great h.r; ered by peasants In the woods or on Medals and Decorations. of the Canal Zone. O. E. Scott, Cromwell, Wednesday Hartford llepubllcau building, reader doesn't dream of the potency of gracefully accept- - uncultivated land and sold to the rose The great Pasteur Alinot as Important In the work of after 3rd Monday In .March. Wedgood advertising. One of the largest growers. Cleveland Plain Dealer. n building the Panama canal as the blue nesday nfter 3rd Monday In June, ford, K general advertisers In the United tod all decorations. While he had a for discipline, he never had any eyed czar at Culebra (by which title Wednesday nfter 3rd Monday In SepStates. If not o,uite the largest. Is a tember, Wednesday after Jin MonMr. Harry A. Franck. In "Zone PoliceVALUE OF VISIONS. manufacturer In the Philadelphia met- Ironical criticism of the distinctions esa day in December. . tnbllshod by society. He attached man SS," distinguishes Colonel ropolitan district. D. John H. Miles. himwas Colonel Gorgas. who made after 3rd Monday Itockport, Friday i There Is a never ending race at that value to the glory that came to Dreams of the Thinkers Are What March, Krlcay Law nnd kept the zone a healthy place. plant between the advertising depart- self and discerned that men In the after 3rd .Monday In June. Friday Lead the Way to Progress. Among the colonel's big tnks was after 3rd Monday In September, FriHARTFORD, KY. ment nnd the builders. The advertisers world of politics were his Inferiors Is a certain little Scripture There In Itue Dntot. In the salon of the extermination of tho mosquito. bring In so much business that the It Is this. the thoroughly he did his work is day after 3rd Monday in December. ASSOCIATED WITH M. U HUAVIIIN- no. that Is not noticed much. J. C. Jackson, Centertown, Satbuilders are kept busy eularging the apartment that the great Pasteur Is no vision the people How cnplod. one saw in the place of honor "Where there Indicated by u letter that urday nfter 3rd Monday in .March, This office Is equipped for handfactory. perish." Tint would he true even If It humorously quotes: Saturday after 3rd .Monday In lunc, Something like $1,000,000 a year Is n glass case In which brilliantly scin- were not hi the Bible. It Is true of an Mr. Franck Saturday nfter 3rd Mondny In Sep- ling Coiumercinl I.aw und Collection. CC, 1011 tillating were hundreds of decorations Gatun. .spent in advertising this company's Individual as well as a people. There your tember, Saturday after 3rd Monday Items ns well as other legal nnd litiwrltlne to Dear output which Is a luxury in every They came from all the countries of must be a hope, un aim, an upward attentionColonel Iro--ntn violation of call sanitary in December. gated matters. Practice In nil the to a the world. There were lions, leopards, look, uenee. At the present moment orders M. C. Cook, Renfrow, Tuesday nf- courts. Prompt nnd vigorous service. a realization of better things ordinance No. 3tl and nn apparent loopelephants, eagles with one and with departyour otherwise for new business nre so far abend of ahead to awaken aspiration and quick- hole In The clrcumstnnccs excellent follows: ter 2nd .Monday in March, Tuesday M. L. Hcavrln's Office. are as .May. Tuesday tbe capacity of the plant that it would two heads. roe. saints, angels, all the en endeavor. So many people don't ment. the evening of !l, ns I was sit- after 2nd Monday In On aeem a boneless Job ever to catch up. fauna, all the flora of the world and of have this. They live from hnnd to ting at the roadside between Gntun and after 3rd Monday In August, Tucs- paradise. There were diamonds, ruble, paces be- aay alter L'nd .Monday In November. Bat the advertisers nerer relax. mouth and never look out from where New Gatun (some sixty-thre- e Thomas Sanders, Olaton, WednesTbe head of that great concern now emeralds and gold enough to furnish they ii lo standing. That's the animals' yond house No. 2M). there appeared a mosquito which buried openly for some day after the second Monday in inows almost better than anybody clue a Jeweler's shop. I AM I'asfeur often gazed upon this case, way. They don't dream. They have time nbout my ears. It was probably March, Wednesday after 2nd Monday that before you can reap a harvest you merely a male of the species, as It show- In May, Wednesday after 3rd Monday nis little granddaughter remarked the uojlslous. morqulto In August, Wednesday to must first sow the seed. Tbe advertisThere iVre communities sometimes ed no tendency trustbite, but a after 2nd MonTo do any kind of VeterinaJoy thnt brightened the countenance of you will take fitting nevertheless. I ers are tbe cbnps that are" doing that measures to punish so bold and Infolent day in November. demigod, when he contemplated this that have no Inspiring outlook. The the " fl"ry work. Horses, mules and Philadelphia Ledger. Grant Pollard, Fordsvllle, Tuesday your prodigious display. And one day. point- settle down to amusements, prisons, a violation of the rules of yours. depart- after 2nd Monday in March, Thurscows need not die for want of JsfcrJ.- show, ment I am, sir. very truly . ing to the case, she said llspingly, politics, sports and the passing day MRS. IIEKHY TECK. Where fled Hair li Disliked. Calls answered but never uulold the future njid see in T. ft The mosnulto can be easily rccoe- - day after 2nd Monday In May. Thurs attention. "These are grandpa's playthings." after 3rd .Monday In August, It the nobler life, they have nothing nlied by a peculiarly triumphant, defiant .Thursday In Cornwall, particularly the Land', day or night. ue rnris. after 2nd Mondav In Vo. (6 live for but today. There Is no in note In his sons. Kpd district, It is not advisable 15 dub j;n 'vpmher. . rThey buy nnd totrjorrow. ji person "a red haired Dane," though BMkK sirtsatJoiHii J. L. Patlbn. flalnli. Prldav after Urn Paa Ur4 TheiM to most parts or Englandj especially SOU hniTtulk And faugh' ami cat nnd ' Mental Growth. 2nd Monday in Murch, Friday after Veterinary Surgeon of us snt cosslnlng la drink and go to bed, and tomorrow Js "A half dozen inland, tbe expression would as likely One fact which seems to distinguish 2nd Monday In May, Friday after 3rd - Ky. -' mb notprpTolte no comment at all or be the club one afternoon when Smith i.iJjie same. There bj uo vision. H6 nigh superior from ordinary families Is that, .Monday in August, Friday after 2nd Monday In November. T. altered," said a New York fcgaji&r as simply frivolous. In presx forward to, no heavenly while members of tbe latter seem ' 'Oh. dear me!' 1 gi'nniinl. 'Here's murk HARTFORD POLICE COURT. most to istop growing at nbout the age a police court Z8&$ heard In 1807 vision, as St. Paul expresses It. C. Crowe, Judge; John 11. WilPhJUi, Jim back from the lives of the former son, JI. rrfTeniance town ball it came, out In Smith. Here's r.uropean Now, there is something In n vision, of thirty-five- , City Attorney; J. P. Stevens, THE tour. He's or a threg nvnt-- j ndV. Vny W6 lack of deepen anA expand even Into the vanevidence that tbedeXendant bad called goln's the Bible would Marshal; Court convenes second Mon-SEWING .s to death with travel U' years of old age. A visitor re- day in each month. it would destroy n licop)e. This lack ishing jUjCjapplalnant "a red haired Dane," ;. U I MACHINK c- it In bis eye.' City Council J. H. Williams, Mayconstitutes the dry rot we hear of no turns to the village after an absence nd tola led to an assault Tbe strong enough, came straight Incentive, no life, no hoie. And when of ten years. He Is shocked at the or; It. T. Collins, Clerk; B. P. ThomOF "Smith, sure .repugnance of Cornishmen to be dubtoward us. He sat down, lighted a an individual gets that way and sees relative standstill of a large part of the as, Treasurer. Members of Council tUAUTY.) bed by tbls 8 trance appellation Is as cigar, beamed on us and said: Robert Hoover, P. B. Taylor. J. H. no visions he is u dead duck. Ohio population. This lack of development .tronj asyer . -"Well. boys, how goes it? I've just State Journal. or forty B. Carson, E. P. Moore, Fred Cooper, after the age of thirty-fiv- e hated the Danes !?rffi Cltlcuatlons returned from a three months' represents primarily an Innate deficien- W. J. Beau. NOT and were always fighting them. And School Trustees Dr. E. B. Pendle-- , 5 cy in tho protoplasm of the nervous ton, SOLD not. only In Cornwall, but also all along Old Roman Bathers. SecreW. H. "We groaned. system. It is a psychological fact un- tary; Chairman; Taylor, Barnes, Tinsley UNDER Dr. J. W. W. S. ttr coasts, where tbe Danes or. Norse-tee- n It wns not left to modern doctors to doubtedly of eugenic Import. Superior going to sit here with ANY made their ravages, IhlTdeep yon "'andor I'm associate tbe decline of the Roman em- Individuals exhibit a lengthening of and J. D. Duke. three hours' two OTHER looted prejudice against people with pire with luxurious warm bathing. RELIGIOUS SERVICES. "We groaned again. the period of plasticity nnd growth. NAME. Md hair, "red headed," more or less M. E. Church, South Services " 'and I want you to tell me every Itoman writers arc full of moralizing Their personalities are correspondingly J. every first and morning and subject. Seneca, glancing back xeoaJaa ingrained In the national experience. American third Sunday evening blessed thing that's happened since on the in each month. Sunllinj the the richer from Harris Stono In "Tbe at theoodoM UinfSjj-e'nlleWARRANTED FOR ALL TIME.' Express. Magazine. I've been nway!'"-Buff- alo day school U:45 a. m. Prayer meetold" "Romans, though they washed theli" . sSSWIkWjgjte lfjrou purchane the NKW 1IOMK you will ing every Wednesday evening. Rev. nviua ntid legs dally, bathed their whole have a life at the price you pay, and will , Liked New Tombstones. Savllle, pastor. Women of Influence. ,i-Sclplo J-Boene't Portrait In Oil. Baptist Church Services morning not have an endlcu chain of repair. young nr bodies once a week. Even when villa n woman left $5,000 In Sail Francisco We are. nil of us. Whether ao. TUcre never was but one oil portrait old. famous or ubscufe. Women of in- Introduced a warm bath Into his each to ten of her nephews some years and evening every second and fourth Quality Boone painted from life, nnd fluence. We cannot live a day without the bathroom was "small and dark, ago. but this wns the condition: Her Sunday In each month. Sunday school f Daniel that was by Chester Harding, a dis- affecting the world somewhat for good nfter the mnnuer of the ancients," tombstone wag to be replaced every 9:45 a. m. Prayer meeting every Wed Considered' tinguished artist of Boston, wbo came or III. whether we will or uo. We are with no pretensions to luxury, and the two years with a new ono on which nesday evening. Rev. English, pastor. Christian Church Services every to Missouri in June. 1820. and painted all a part of life's forces, whether we earlier public baths were so simple ench nephew In turn "should cause to itauSe p. 11 merely tested the it In the residence of Flanders Calla-;W- know It or not. Be as humble us you that the aedlle his hand. Things tem- be chiseled nn upproprlnte verso set- fourth Sunday at 9:30 a.a. m. and 7. W. m. Sunday school m. Elder Choapett had where Boone like, you are still a person of influence. perature with Boone's souln-law- . ting forth his love nnd affection." As B. Wright pastor. mtm then living, near the village of If not by your own choosing, then often moved on terribly by Seneca's time, the bequests were In the shape of anin the end Church-Sun- day Cumberland Presbyterian Martbasvllle. In Warren county. The by God's decree. It may be only n nnd later came such emperors as eight nuities from a bulk fund tho nephews school every Sunday at 0:4? la Yaw.' who bathed seven or Bev. James B. Welch, one of the old-e- sinlle or a simple kindness that you In order to draw upon tbe fund for a. m. ir times n day and took his meals In the their Income had to comply with the SECRET SOCIETIES. Baptist preachers in the state and have given to a little child, but it vnu wimt n Bowlnc machine, write fori Hartford Lodgo No. 075, F. and A. oarIf father of Alkman Welch, attorney gen- stints agencies you little dream of; or bath. London Graphic. latest catalogue before you purchase. demands of the decedent One nephew meets every first Monday night eral of Missouri during (Jovernor Gam- It may bo some seinshuess and lack of sued nnd was beaten. Although under M. each month. M. L. Heavrin, W. The New Horns Sewing Machine C- o- irage, Mass.) in Gratitude. ble's administration, sat In Uooue's bed honor, some weakness in you thnt sets the terms of the will he was to forfeit M.; Owen Hunter, Secretary. behind Boone for him to lean against in motion n long train of hurtful and "I helped nn Intoxicated man nut of his share for contesting, the will was Hartford Chapter No. 84 O. B. S. while Harding painted tbe picture, tbe sad influences or circumstances. For tho glitter several weeks ago nnd put so construed and Interpreted that he meets every second and fourth Monpioneer being too feeble to sit alone. all life Is connected, and whether you him aboard car." annuity, but subject day evenings. Miss Anna J. Patton, still received his Harding's portrait of lloone now bangs wish It or not your life affects other "Yes?" to the new tombstone condition's. New W. M.; Jus. II. Williams, W. B.; cnpltol ut Frankfort, Ky. day he wrote to the po- York Sun. In the state "The other Home Companion. lives. Woman's Miss Elizabeth Miller, Secretary. BUCKKffS SEEDS SUCCEED I lice asking them to find my address." Kansas City Star. Rough River Lodgo' No. 110 Knights SPECIAL OFFER: He Felt. "Ah. 1 see. lie wants to force , J. , u. Not What Mi Testing His Love. of Pythias meets every Tuesday evenAtrUtwIlP 'm4 n&kft aalMour Mrtnmnaat cuatomar. on you." Quiet Elections. Jules, twelve years old nnd from ing. W. P. Anderson, C. C.; J. Ney tou K,Bl.m "Pshaw." said the pretty brunette, uk,ittieu.iiM-- l F nys lie thinks I must hnve "seacoast. nooUful Normandy." came Foster, K. of R. & S. rollertloB "No. He Even when political feeling runs nt "it's the easiest thing In the world to Tl Plain on a visit to friends hi this country. He pinched his Wntch."-Clevel- and II Uu Biwl Its highest, polling In tbe commune of find out whether n'man loves you!" Hartford Tent No. 99, K. O. T. M. Uailtrt.i-aiM- I .Tir.1 T lf ndJd O.U.. ( twu all mu lo .... J. .Ulnae car .w . mmitmm Der.Jer. struggled manfully with the difficulties meets every first and third Thursday Blancbcfontalne. In eastern France, Is "What Is your method?" asked the Write todays Mention this Paper, sure to be conducted without auy dan- stately blond. of a. language which did not always nights. R. T. Collins, Commander; ger of riot, as for some years past only Vote Getting. mean what It said. One day he sat L. P. Foreman, Record Kecpor. MNAMMMAfWMAMMVrVi dollar on "Make him spend his last Acme Lodgo No. 339 i. O. O. F. "How do you expect people to listen lookliiK very sad. He missed his boats one Htlzen has flenred on Its roll of you., and If be seems to enjoy It you SEND 10 CENTS Friand election times, according "may be sure that be really cares Tor lo your speeches If you don't make and the fishermen and his udored sen. mectB every secondmonth. fourth Harelectors. At tttUMttOB fMIHIIt amiihwwiw w eu C. M. day nights In each jrus lMtmtUTfc mnum your Ideas clear?" to French Inw. each commune Is enItecord-Heruld- . "Aro you homesick. JulesV" he wus nett, Noble Grand; W. R. Hcdrick, ago k fell fcU MNI IM MM WWIM M MM null. . replied usked. "V don't want 'em to listen." titled to demand u separate Klllug Secretary. """SatMJMLi citation, nlthough It Is a frequent prac"Senator 'Sorghum. "I simply want to "No. It Is not that I nm homesick." Hartford Camp No. 202 W. O. W. When Reynolds Signed. you call enough to get n good crowd to- he replied. "1 nra-w- but tice to make one serve for several meets ovury second and fourth SatBeyuoIdH hardly ever signed "h'rs 'talk urday nights in each month. Leslie neighboring communes. The Blunche-fontalgether nnd then shake bands with New York Post Hut upon tbe completion o'f the Bennett, Council Commander; AY. C. elector Insists on bis full work. Trag- everbody." Washington Star. portrait or Mrs. Slddons as "The Walluce, Clerk. rights and whenever called upon to ic Muse" tie wrote his name large on In Cengrts. Women Sunshine Hive No. 42, L. O. T. M., TPte bat a pulling station erected for The late James Ftvemau Clarke, Wanted Tone. the gold embroidery of her dress, ne meets every first and third Friday wopeclal benefit feti a innii who feared Hint If "And when they call up from the ofwns unable, lie huUI. "to resist the nights In each month. Mrs. Attye go to Griffin, Lady Commander; Mrs. Lula leinptntlon of sending my name to pos- fice, dear, and nsk what's tbe matter men had the uallot they would eongress. said: "Perhaps io. but not Pendleton, Lady Record Keeper, Switching It Off. with you. shall I ny Indigestion?" terity ou tbe hem of your garment" Keystone Chapter No. 110, It. A. you remarked to Miss Klderlclgb-- So "Indlcrestlon! Nobody has Indiges- antll we want them. Audwbeu we Kotherlne that I looked as old as the tion now. Po you want to disgrace want them we shall no longer be M., meets every third Saturday night At Home. complicated pto- Ihocked at their taking such posi- in each month. John T. Moore lUgh hills? Now. don't deny It I beard "Ho was perfectly at home at the me? Tell 'em It's Priest; W. S, Tlnsloy, Secretary. Plain Dealer. tions." yon. Jack Spott Oh er but you maine!" Cleveland banquet" AMERICAN SOCIETY OP EQUTY. I was merely comparing "Why. he didn't have n word to say." Smiths in fcngiano. your age with that of tho Hill young Ibriu. lor ti..j ui . v n-- ,i. Vicious. "Well, that's being perfectly ut home alniplicItT aad" Robertson. Cailioun. Ky.: L Celebrated neatlyl jle. perfect- lit,Sold In neajlr In England the Smiths are the most K- ; ladles I am acquainted with twins, for him." lloustou Post reliability "My hnnd." snld Polly, holding out 40 years. ull families. Hut in ire- !Secrctary & Trcas., H. Q. Tank, Wau- crcry city and town In the United States an numerous yon know. Boston Transcript . thnt exquisite memlier, "is n good deal tUTlU tliey of by direct. sold than. are conieill lo run mm. ,,. 'vi, f Canada, or make.mallSend lor Mora catalogues smaller than yours." Irco nj other Two of a Trade. Sullivan and I .! State Officers President, J. H. Mc- - McCALLS MAGAZINC As He Pops the Question. said Mnbel. "1 can fco thnt nt after Murphy. Kelly "Yes." Knicker-W- hy didn't the cook stny? Conncll, Princeton, Ky.; Vico Presi.uu.ciiocrs man any omei laanioa. a glance. That ring Itogluuld gave Walsh He Will you marry me? She Ton Bocktr iSlie un n sociologist Investl-jatlnsna(Stln million a month. Invaluable. Latdent, J. H. Burnoy, Muhlonberg Co.; est styles, pattern, drcsimaklnv, millinery,, was yon was always too tight for me."-Jud- ge. would make a poor excuse for a hus-- ( nud.tbev mlsm-a'mistresses Secretary & Treas., S. B. Robertson, alaia acwlnt;, fancy needlework, halrdresiinir. Economic Defento. band, no Well, a poor excuse is bet l sociologist investigating cooks.-N- ew Organizer, T. II. etiquette, rood atorlci, etc, Only tO cents "Why don't women dress sensibly?" Calhoun', Ky.; Ky, year (worth double), Including a he pattean. ter than none. Kxcbange. Hartford, Vork Sun. iwMr, vi arnu lor saaapn cojy "If they did half the Industries of Board-B- en Members State Executive Without care and method the largest WrONBCBIVI. nmuCEMENTS h world would go to siuusb." Lou- Watson, Webster county; J. W. to A tent a. Postal brines premium catalogue Is good In us It will bring fortune will not, and with them nliimit The fool wbo Is silent passes for If there Courier-Jouruu- l. Dunn, Daviess county; Henry Pirtle, I and ticw cash Drlte oflera. Addieaa will, supply nil ueceswrry Ist'llle ..wine.-FreProverb. tut good In others. the smnllest mm Ohio county; S. I. Ray, Hardin coon- - mm acCAu ct. Cues tti field. exiK.'useri.-Lo- rd Cocked Gun While Faced Handing Over Their Duet. Mnny years ago gold was discovered t Ilokltlku. on the west const of New There was n rush to the Zealand. jmnll Maori village, and within u few week ncventy vessels, of all rigs and tonnnce. were waiting to pet over the dangerous harbor bar. The author of "Antipodean Notes" describes the first bank established In the. little town. With the vessels c.iuie two agents of a local bank. Their bunk furniture consisted of a safe, a pair of scales, a tent and a couple of revolvers. The two ncentj ,et nn their tent, nut the enfe in the buck part and a plank, laid across two tree stumps. In front. Tim imnli "starr' sat down behind the plank: before one man were the ncnles. a bottle of acid and a note- book: the other held a cocked revolver. The digger brought his gold to the plank "counter." where It was weighted nnd tested. When tho value was determined the testing clerk unlocked the safe, placed the gold In It. brought out li bundle of dirty banknotes and handed them to the digger. During this transaction tho clerk with the revolver looked carefully about to see If any suspicious persons were lurking near. Clients j , STRENUOUS BANKING. BURNING IRON CHIPS. C. G. Davenport, Warren county. Ohio county officers 1,. I). Tlcti-cno- r, Olilo 1'rcslilcnt; Henry Plrtlo, Sec Apparent Size of the Moon at the Horirotary; S. K. Hennctt, Trcnuuror. zon find at the Zenith. Circuit Court T. P. lJIrkhcnd, COUNTY IIOAIID OP EDUCATION. Henry I.cuih, Chalrmnn, Hartford, Tho moon's larger appearance when Juugo; Den 1). Rlngo, Attorney; W, near the horizon us compared with' Its 1. Mldhlff, Jnller; 13. U. Dnrrass, Ky. 1. L. D. Tlchonor, Hnrtford, It. P. ilze ut tile zenith Is really an opt kill Clerk: E. E.11.lllrklicad. Master T. Collins, Trustee D. No. 5. llliHcii. mid accurate angular incus- - Jury Fund: T. II. lllack, Sheriff, Ky. 2. 13. C. Hnrtford, Reynold-uieuieiits have shown that It Is actual-lure- . Hartford. Deputies S. O. Keown, II. M. S. Patterson, Olaton, Ky. l.v n trille smaller when low down, ns llcaVcr Dam; U. 1. Jones, Houto 5, 4. 1J. 1.. Alford, White Him, Ky. It should be on account of being a Hnrtford; W. U. Knrp, Roslnc. Court .". ltlchnrd Plummcr, Taylor Mines, convenes first .Monday in Pobruary Kentucky. .tie 'iro distant, ' Adding a new attempt ut oxplann- - nnd continues three weeks; third In April, weeks; "" or. m. i ohmi. uu uumm inijcuui Monday in October two weeks. third -two oglst. compares this with an Illusion Monday . IF IE. D County Court H. 11. Wedding, already represented by P. T. Sanford. Judge; W. 3. Tlnsley, Clerk; C. 1: n.. ..!... ..I... ..'.I. ..I. ...I... 'I...... ul.ll..lt) e.,.1,1, . KiiiiiKm iiiji.iin.iui-i- . uiui.ivi Atlnrnm- Itnrrfnr.i I'nnrf lines are brought together at an acute conVcncs rirst ' .Monday In each itnglo ut one end', two exactly equal month AN OPTICAL ILLUSION. Directory County ty; t iYiTi Otto C. Martin at i I y, com-tactio- n Barnes & Attorneys at Smith ! ' mer '" pas-jslo- ! J Goe-thals)- ARTHUR Attorney at KIRK s PREPARED r , W. H. RILEY Hnrtford, clu'-innt- X-'-- -- -- NEW - Euro-pe.i!or.- r' HOME cbar-aeter.-- at -- r llUfO y, Corn-modu- SEEDS0 .iki mm $10.-O0- 0 f 9ri. you'."-Chic- lI.Mb,, ne LMI m g urmiM - s Bal-mal- n, nch mit,.msi, u i w WINNING CHRIST, ALL Children Cry for Fletcher's LOSING ELSE The Prize of All Eternity God Can You Believe This? Nature's most deadly antipathy seems to have been overcome. A rat was killed In a produce company's plant In Missouri and left four young rats, which the cat has undertaken to bring up, meantime not neglecting her duty of keeping the place clear of all adult rats that come In sight WHAT KIND OF WHISEY DO YOU USE? Do you want Puro Whiskey that is good? It's the only kind that we soil. ( Tho Kind You Ilavo Always Bought, and which hns heen m uso lor over au years, Jms bornotho signature or mm nns neon mauo under his ncr-t- V sonal supervision sinco Its Infancy. t'CUCXZM Allow no ono to deccivo vou In this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and " " nro hut Experiments that triflu with and endanger tho hetdth ot Infants and Children Experience against Experiment Just-as-good is Now Offering. What Winning Christ Meant It Mora Than a Reformation of Life and a Purtuit of Righteouinett. More) Than Merely Believing In Jetut at Our Savior It It Preceded by a Devotion or Contecration of Our All to God And God' Acceptance of Our Contecration Then the Race Begint Itt Outcome Will Determine Whether or Not We Win Chrlit 8t Paul an Exemplar Salntt From Every Nation and Denomination Winner Their Matchleti P.ewp-- X 81a-nifi- et j '. Castoria Is n harmless snhstltuto for Castor Oil, Pare-porl- c, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant.- - Ifi contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other aroot!o substance. Its ago Is Its guarantee. It destroys AVorms And allays Fcvcrishncss. For more than thirty years it lias heen in constant tio for tlio relief of Constipation., Flatulency, "Wind Colic, ull Teething Troubles and J)larrlinjA. It regulates tlio Stomach and Bowels, assimilates tho Food, giving healthy and natural sleep. Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. What is CASTORIA Athotisand itongucs could not express the gratitude of Mra. J. E. Cox of Jollct, ill., for wonderful deliverance from an awful ifatj. "Typhoid pneumonia had left mo with a dreadful cough," sho wrltes."Sonietlmo I had uch an awful coughing pell I thought I would die. I could got no help from doctor's treatment or other medicines till I used Dr. King's Now Discovery. But 1 owe my Ilfo to thl wonderful remedy for I scarcely toug Quick and safe, It', at nil now." the most reliable of nil throat and lung medicines. Every bottle guaranteed. 50c and $1.00. Trial bottle free m. at all druggists. Seeking to Improve Telephone. Becauso the microphone of a telephone transmitter becomes more sen sitive In rarlflcd air, German electrl clans are trying to make a practical application of the phenomenon. Escapes an Awful Fate. MAILa ORDERS FILaIaEID BY US When in Owensboro come to see us. P.R. LANCASTER 4 CO. DISTRIBUTORS Or Old W. S. Stone, Old Quality, Premier Pure, The Whiskey For Family Use, Green River. i ST JAMES & CO., BBBt ?SBBBBsV La BBBBBBBBsP- WBV. al BBJ GENUINE CASTORIA Bears the Signature of ALWAYS BBBjkl knowledge of (PASTOR November !). Pas-to- r Itusscll ri r o two ntltlrcsauri liere today. We report one, from the text, "Yen, doubtless. I thing count n but loss for the excellency of the 1 1 First Class Centertown, - Kentucky. The BemonsOf The Swamp. are mosqultos. As they sting they put deadly malaria germs in the blood. Then follow tho icy chills and the fires of fever. The appetite flies and the strength falls; also malaria often paves the way for deadly typhoid. But Electric Bitters kill and cast out the malaria germs from tho blood; give you a fine appetite and renew your strength. "After long sufa, fering," wrote Win. Fretvtell, of N. C, "three bottles drove all the malaria from my system, and I've had good health ever since." Best for all stomach, liver and kidney ills. 0 cts. at all druggists, m. Prompt Attention and Good Service. TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, &,&$fffi&&L The Kind You Dave Always Bought In Uae For Over 30 Years TMC gUSSELD Clirlxt .1 e h u 8 my ttmt I Lord. muy win Christ." -"- PUIIIppluun 3:8. CIHTaUM COMPHWT.TT MumT TWIIT. WCW VQWt CITY. QQQQG9Q999QQGG99G9SGG&S&S9 LOUISVILLE Poultry Supply Co. 305 East Market Street LOUISVILLE, KY. The only and original poultry supply house south of the Ohio River. s We keep a full line of first-clas- POULTRY SUPPLIES AND FEEDS. Write for Price List. Q99QQQQ&&SQ6QQQQQQ9QQQOGG Ladies! sTe Moay Style by Reading McCalTa Magazine and Using McCall Patterns MtOir. H.fnU.nlll MtCAlLS MAGAZIHE lii'lli you cliot flrl-Islil- y ut a inuilrrun cMwasofoy t oc;i iiii poatcit oil i!u rmi lu fjsluoiu CJ cIoiIiim nud lists hew I'ns'jiiU IMstgnt l.t rirh Iiip. At- viltnblo mr.iriPH. u i 'i 111 Immci anil j ul r.iaia'.--, C'lilr ( v ii y.'iu I ir'uiliiii: ruli- u f'"" puipni nix) t hUy cr mi4 L -' lor lr?a tauii'lo cow. McCall P.ll.rM n ill on ililnrcvt lo maka I'l your r n Iwitii.. uitftu iii it. II Ii ituli I! ili.itlf " whli Ii will U.- perfect juurkolf anil elm 15 In Mylo anil fit. I'l . I'Vici liii'hiT rcuts Souil fur frw Cittern ( aulor'J. i Wc Will Cits Y.a Fiss Prciti fir ft Vint ainuns your filt'iitl. Snd f irkeo Premium ( itiloiiiio ami I Dili I'r iu OITr. THE McCALl CO XMY. 239 It 249 VtA J7a St.. NEW I0M ' K"P ' MiaBBGSMILBS BULBS SUCCEED. r A M U t blM Nw B " trial will mak you Mrminriit ' InmAP. HatUf artion Kiuimnteed or ous ' " tout ' moner refunded. ' C.-ArAll.4U..MCMMBlWUfrU. dVUTUin vaavtfjavn.til mIh.m tM a. 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(, ijfjjljra Anyone ndtn a .ketch and description ma; qufokly aaoertalii our opinion free whether an Inrentlon U probably petentabCoiomunlca. tlon strict ly conadeiitf.l. HANCMM oul'atenu ent free. Oldest agency for ecurTna patent. Co. tecelTf Patent! taken tbrouBh Uunu enscsal nolks, without oharae, lu the 60 YEARS' EXPERIENCE Trade Marks DreiSNi CniynisiiTi Ac. nu Itrwi, bmt 0tl tit KIMk WABmnaTon. lUUtc. o. I KV A SBft 004, 1 jk I Bj B 4 M Sckfttific a uwiueviuviy aw, hanrleAinalii tllnatfikt All WAetklr ...-.- ,. coltuion or any ecifrtiiofl journal. ftmmn. ri iorniu'Huii. dwuh.! MrtTMt cir Teruit, $3 a nvwiwMUfii, I5AllillKi We ebiela MTCNTS THAT PAt'lnrtueUwmHieraaslil.atettr i peuM, aadlwlp you lo leod tredeL photo or sketch for rRCC report UR- loa psUntabUlty. N year praeUoa. PA6IMQ RCrcnCNOC. rorrretuuioe I NmalH.t, ur uu m. I I CQ38iktMr.HiirYnrk 'fflce, mi V BU Waabloeton. V.C. b Ymur Skis acar as a Baay'sT tVtai'fc . Book uurroDtablel'sMnti write to OS-I- laventh Straot, We3MiritTOri, P. o n bs aUaUUr' rtKklM. Utk U ... a eK i.L was tH.okaa" -eBUrtrt wiA Bt l. 0 N T M B NT .. JT iu n BU w. -'. .. - l. . lTlotariif ww dluaat. aWipuarNQLLUWAI AAAfalwtTnsl. Oar rttJUwMtAla aVVi The I'nstor said that even saintly Christians seem but Imperfectly to grasp the New Testament tetiehlugs respecting membership iu the Body of Christ. Some assume that It Is to be hud on u basis of favoritism, and trust (o be of the Illeot. Others vaguely hope Unit they belong to the right Church anil will attain whatever the others get. Errors of the Dark Ages absorbed In childhood have been responsible for these vagaries and for our general neglect of proper Lilhlu study. Convertion Not Winning Chriit. What Is ordinarily termed conversion Is not what St. Paul refers to us "winning Christ." Conversion slgnlties "a turning about." It implies u change from a wrong course to the right one. The wrong course Is the sinful one. which brings Injury nud injustice on others. Conversion Is merely the operation of a sane mind iu turning about from things recognized to be injurious. Many are converted without real knowledge of Christ's Gospel. They merely knew that they were going lu the wrong direction, and turned about to take the proper course. Only strong characters can successfully pursue a right course, and these are In the minority, llut whether strong or wtjnk characters, great aid will be experienced from a knowledge of Christ'" work and teachings. "Pretent Your Bodies" Sacrifice!. The Pastor then showed how one might reform his life, have knowledge of the future life secured by .lesus' death, and of the fact that we reap what we sow, and yet not be u Christian. In the Bible sense. Ueformutory steps are necessary, however, before anything further can be attained. Next the speaker discussed Christianity from the Bible standpoint. The Scriptures assure us that a Christian Is u New Creature not merely a civilized person. To such, "old thlugs have pnssed-uwuall things have become new." Old ambitions and prospects, however honorable and good, give place to new ones. This is what the Apostle had In mind In our text What Winning Christ Meant. The Pastor then briefly outlined the Gospel, an appreciation of which Is necessary to the understanding of our text The Divine Plan for human recovery from ln und death God flrst declared to Abraham: "In thy Seed shall all the fumllies of the earth be blessed." Gnlntlans 3:8. Later on. God revealed the fact that A bra tin tn's Seed would constitute a Kingdom class to rule all uattons for their uplift When Israel, by falling to keep the Law, fulled to prove Itself the holy nation. God declared that lie would heinl u special Messenger of the Covenant, through whom the holy na tion would be established. At His First Advent, our Lord laid the foundation for this work by dying for the slu of the whole world. Then He began to select the Kingdom class. This election has been the wort; of the entire Gospel Age. everything else being secondary. Soon the work will be Mulshed, and the overcomers will slitue In tho First IteRiirrectlou-Ite- v. 20:0. - "Abraham's Seed, and Heirs." Next the Pastor demonstrated that this Kingdom class will be the foretold Seed of Abraham. Jesus was of stock through Ills miraculous birth. After His resurrection He became Abraham's Seed on the spirit plane a New Creature, nis Church are to be on the same plane. To Abraham's earthly seed belong certain earthly promises; but these caunot go Into effect until the Spiritual Seed have been perfected In the First Resurrection. ' St. Paul tells us that this Seed of Abrubutu, Jesu and' the Church, are unitedly The Christ Using the human body as an Illustration, be points out that Jesus is the nead und the Church the Body of Christ. Thus we see that St Puul was uuxlous to win membership In the Body of Christ, not the probationary one of the present but the actual Body of the future. No wonder St. Paul counted all he had sacrificed ns unworthy of mention, when contrasted with the blessings which bud cose to the Gospel Church! y; OUR CLUBBING RATES. al Globe-Democrat $1.3 The Republican and Louisville Herald 1.60 The Republican and Courier-Journ1.75 The Reptblican and St. Louis 1.50 The Republican and Home and Farm Fish Affected by Water. 1.75 The Republican and Experiments by aquarium expert have Indicated that salt water batba The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald,. 3.50 will cure some ills of fresh water fish, while fresh water makes sick The republican tnd. .Daily uwensooro inquirer 3.56 deep sea denizens well. k O'boro Messenger 1.75 The Republican and Don't waste jour money buying Republican and Kentucky Farmer 1.75 strengthening plasters. Chamberlain's The Liniment Is cheaper and better. Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine..- 1.30 Dampen a piece of flannel with it The and bind it over the affected 'parts The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer 1.50 and it will relieve the pain and sore ness. For sale by all dealers. The Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Fanner $ 1.50 Twice-a-Wee- I No Doubt About What He Meant Bass "I suppose you think I'm a fool?" Cass "That's what troubles me. ,If your supposition is correct, then you are a and there- fore you cannot be a fool; and yet wen, you understand. mind-reade- Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN. Helps A Judge In Bad Fix. Justice Ell Cherry, of Glllls Mills, Tenn., was plainly worried. A bad sore on his leg had baffled several doctors and long resisted all remed ies. "I thought it was a cancer," ho wrote. "At last I used Bucklen's Arn ica Salve and was completely cur ed." Cures burns, bolls, ulcers, cuts bruises aud plies. 2ocents at all druggists, m. Belated Profession. Considering the fact that human beings have always been perfectly lovely about showing other people how to do their work, the marvel is that the new profession of scientific management didn't break out sooner. The Cynic, in American Magazine. , YOUR Letter Heads Bill Heads INoteheads Envelopes Statements Cards And other printed forms are given 0 State of Ohio, City of Toledo, ) )ss. Lucas County. Frank J. Cheney makes oath that ho Is senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., nolag business In the City of Toledo, County and State aforesaid, and that bald firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDBED DOLLARS for o.vch and every case ot Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. FRANK J. CHE.NEY. Sworn to before mo and In my presence, this Oth day of December, A. D. 1SSC. subs-.-rlbe- x Special Attenton In The Republican Job Department. A. W. GLEASON, Notary Public. (Seal.) Hall's Catarrh Curo Is taken Internally, and acts directly on tho blood and mucous surfaces of tho system. Send for testimonials free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo. O. m. Sold by all Druggists, 75c. You Need IIIII. a Tonic CASTORIA TSi9 For Infanta and Children. You Havi Always Bough. M There are times in every woman's life when she needs a tonic to help her over the hard places. When that time comes to you, you know what tonic to take Cardui, the woman's tonic. Cardui is composed of purely vegetable ingredients, which act gently, yet surely, on the weakened womanly organs, and helps build them back to strength and health. It has benefited thousands and thousands of weak, ailing women in its past half century of wonderful success, and it will do the same for you. You can't make a mistake in taking Bears the Signature of &&&& Bachelor' Blunder. "It It wasn't for car faro and luncheon," says a bachelor, "a woman wouldn't have any need of money when she goea shopping." But every married man knows bettor. Chicago Newt. Tho boy's appetite is often tho sourco ot amazement. If you would havo such an nppctito take Chamberlain's Tablets. They not only create a healthy iippeilto, but stieiigth-e- n and enahlo It to do the stouuu-Its work naturally. For sale bj all dealers. CARDUI The Woman's Tonic says: "I think Cardui is the greatest medicine on earth, for women. Before I began to take Cardui, I was so weak and nervous, and had such awful dizzy spells and a poor appetite. Now I feel as well and as strong as I ever did, and can eat most anything." Begin taking Cardui today. Sold by all dealers. Miss Amelia Wilson, R. F. D. No. 4, Alma, Ark., &X Has Helped Thousands. it IIIII i.l N lists of small-towweeklies, nnd In WmM Ing up his hands, and occasionally CROP NEWS SERVICE v December the crop reports will bo picking up dust and throwing it tosent also to the smaller papers. wards the soldiers. After the cereWILL BE EXTENDED mony liad been going on for some Master Commisioner's Sale. MOVIE BATTLE time. I turned to MaJ. Whltsldc, and Ohio Circuit Court, Kentucky. said, 'That man Is making trouble.' lie told mo to go to Gen. Forsyth Through Cooperation of Weather It. Duke, Plnlntlff, vs. and tell him about it. And the Gen. Mx parte, Defendant. in hi turn, told me to go to the Indian Bureau Scene to be By virtue of a Judgment and orand tell him to sit down. "After tho Indian had sat down der of salo of hto Ohio Circuit Modern Photoplay. and tho search for arms among tho Court, rendered at tho October term, 1911!, In tho above causa for the diother Indians was renewed, I heard one Knee" is Re- some Look to my left call out, 'Look Washington, 1), C, Nov. 10. As a vision or proceeds mid costs hereSltuy of "Wounded out! out! result of requests from editors and in I will offer for salo by Public fc "At that Instant, as I turned my editor!?! assocltlons In many States, Auction at the court house door in told by Scout Who Lost Nose head, I brought my arms to a port, the L S. Department of Agriculture Kurtford on .Monday, tho Is day of and then saw five or six young bucks has announced that tho November December 10 13, about In Massacre. o'clock p. in., throw off their blankets and pull out crop reports fcr each , State .will be upon a credit cf six and twelo their arms from under them and supplied to tho nowspaiers In nil mouths tho following described 'propbrandish them In the air. The older states through the Central Weather erty, towit: (By Gertrude M. Price.) located in eacli of the little farm, away Indians In .the circle rose up and Stations On a ipcaccful A certain tract or parcel of laud of big Pine the being nnd lying In Ohio county and l.K in a comer of thetoday those forty farther end was the circle, some States. Is an extension hidden from my feet awny, This cf the ex- 3tute of Kentucky on the waters Bhlgo UcscrvatUm, where view. I heard a shot tirod from the periment of telegraphing (.he State of Bough creek nnd bounded as folfyu4ita last battles between the 1 started to cock crop returns to the. Central Weather lows: Beginning nt wiinis ami the rednien for great midst of them as it sugar tree, my rifle, throwing my eyes to the Stations In each of nine States, 'and .Ann ilea's supremacy, are being beech, mulberry and ash beginning rljjlu to see the treacherous fellow having these telegrams duplicated at for tliti world's movie fans, corner to No. 11; thouco N. 0 W. tii-- r lives tltlay, the mest interes- whom I suspected. He, or someone once and mailed to the ncwsiapcis --'00 poles to a black gum, 2 hickorting survivor of all these versatile like hi in from that Jot, bad come to nnd agricultural publications. Under ies and sourwood, S. W. cornor to within three or four feet of me, this plan newspapers In '.VJ additional liuUan wars! No. 11; thence S. 25 W. 170 poles to He Is Just a small, spare man wi'h with a long cheese knife, ground to States will now receive full details 3 beeches in Berryman'r line; thence a sharp point, raised to stab me. of tho State crops far more quickly N. 71 li. l.'i.'j poles a;rls?Jed hair; a face that Is weather-beate- n to tho beginn"Then the fight between him nnd than would be possible If these State and eyes as direct as a child. 1UG acres, Iw the same me prevented me from seeing any- crop details were put in the mails in ing, containing .We' might pass for only aan ordinary more or less. Being same land deed perron without claim to a second thing else at the time. He cut off Washington ami had to travel by ed .John Davis DuUo and Marv C. the end of my nose. I managed to train long distances to the more reb,uht. But a keen eye soon detects Duke, by Washington Duke and wife, .something unusual about his face, a keep him off till I could swing my mote States. recorded In deed book 11, page 220, scar of strange rltle to hit him. By this time, the under this plan the general sumCTat, fight with the Indians had become mary cf the crops for the United Ohio County Clerk's office. jutlcni all across his nose. Also an undivided one-ha- lf Inter- J: H States will, as heretotore. be Issued MW TbJs (inlet man is Phllll) F. Wells, general. VIWJM est in oil the oil and gas underlying "Up to that time the women and in Washington for telegraphic dis 'Clibf of the American scouts, who the same. Said Commissioner will of- rf. NS1 lid his nose cut off more 'than children in and around the tepees tribution. It has been found, howccr. fer said oil nnd sis rights and laud ?W! were not fired at, until some five that the conditions of crops within IfJ awtnty years ago. ffi for sale together and wilf sell said rsrs OUVK Ilie story of this Incident In his or six of the bucks ran amongst the their particular States are of es- land and one Inundivided one-haWe is also 'the story of the niassasre women and children and began fir pecial value to the farmers and pro- terest in and to the oil and gas Wounded Knee a massacre which ing from there. The fire of the sol- ducers, to whom the conditions in ir their own State are important in the thereunder as a whole, xsiaiiy white men still deplore as a diers was directed towards them. thereof to produce the sums of mon"This was all that I saw positively, marketing of their produce. 'seedless waste of human life! And ey ordered to bo made. happen- as I was bleeding profusely and was Under this plan the Department the question as to how It The purchaser will be required led off. Later when I went back on- sends one telegram to the Central ed litems to be never settled. me how you got that scar,' to the field I heard Gen. Forsyth Weather Bureau in each State, and to execute bond with approved "Tell Immediately after sale. within a few minutes after the crop I said to Wells, who is the official yelling 'quit shooting at theni.' This 12 day of Nov. 1913. Tho rest of the story you know." figures for the State are completed Indian interpreter in the E. E. DIKKHKAD, Today Phillip Wells, whose nose in Washington the Weather Bureau IMS. of the Bad Land fights here. .Master Commissioner. "Well, It's a long story but you was almost miraculously sewn up and is enabled to mall copies of the figBurnett & Woodward, Atty's. aha.ll hear a part of it," he answer--i- made whole again, after the battle, ures from a central point within the lives on tho farm with his wife and State to all papers in that State. "If you like. "f'was interpreter for tool. Forsyth his children. Under the code used, the Depart BEST SPIRIT Ho is still the friend of tho white ment Is under the necessity of at the time of WoundedjTknce, "": 2S, lS'JO. only a few figures, as the and .the brother of the Indians. THE TIME "The accident to my nose took In the of Wounded figures of previous crops for compar plst'c' right atter the first shot was Knee, which Is a part of the big ison are supplied to each Weather .tfiml In the memorable encounter historical moving picture now being Bureau Station by mull. The cost "I hflll hoPIl tjllK'inn- fnr (Vll Pnr. mnHrt P'sanqr f'ftmtwm' of the telegram for each State does Good Idea Is That Thank sgivin hv th-sytli," to Chief Big Foot, the Indian Chief of Scouts and Interpreter Wells not exceed 75 cents. Is Noblest Work That Man ecunmander. Col. Forsyth spoke thru is playing his part over again. . The crop data thus circulated by me, in part as follows: mall to the nowspaapers will give: Can Do. (a)' a full list of the croirss (b) the "'You tell Big Foot that ho tells Ornament's 'Last Longest. : Ornaments last longer than any- average condition of each crop for that his Indians had no arms, sic thing else that man makes. There are ten-yewiirn .yesterday at time of surrender periods in that purtisuiar Thanksgiving: The act of liirj were all well armed. I am sure brooches and necklaces in museums State; (c) the condition of the State-crop-s thanks, expressing gratitude rendering for more than 40 centuries old. Monu- Jie is deceiving me. Tell Big Foot, for November flth. In the ador mercies; a public celebration meats, perhaps, stand second, and joining column will be given the of divine goodness. thai he need have no fear in giving houses third. The life of furniture is up his arms, as I wish to treat him Thanksgiving day: A day set apart very little fur- same data for the United States, so shorter still. Thero is with 'nothing but kindness. niture la England vhlch dates be- that the farmers who read those no- for religious services in acknowledg"'Then Big Foot answered,' 'they yond the year 1500. Pictures last long- tices can compare the crops In their ment of the divine goodness. Jj&ve no guns, only such as you have er than furniture, and there are paint- State as of November 9th with the By nature man Is recliglous; and averages of their own Thanksgiving day Is found! I gathered up all my guns at ings still in fair condition which have ten-yean annual reState, and In the same way with the t.hv Cheyenne River agency and turn-t- tl weathered six centuries of life. minder of this innate tendecy. The average condition throughout them In and they wore all burned the very first Thanksgiving and the mannp." United States on November Uth, and ner of its observance aro not very For Sale. for ten years. "Then Gen. Forsth answered: 'You well defined in history. Perhaps the These State crop reports are not following paragraph will give as tiie lying to me in return for all my Good farm in Ohio county, near it Barnetts Creek church, containing supplied to Individuals, and are mail.Mistress to you.' , an epitome as is possible at "Big Foot answered in substance 120 acres, all in cultivation except ed only to editors of regular publi- this remote distance. dwelling, ibarr, cations. The November State crop .as before. The soldiers began to 5 acres. Good "Tho fishermen wero ordered to w&ncb the Indians! Tho old Indian and all in good repair. reports for tho 39 States newly added 'scour the seas for spoil,' the hunters aid 'How and permitted this. The Well watered and in the oil belt. For to the list will be seut only to the 'to shoulder their matchlocks and papers, bring In such gamo as terms and particulars apply at thi3 daily papers, the county-sebucks sat silent. would allow and agricultural publications. .Mean- tho Mayflower colony In "About this time a medicine man office. a more BAItNETT & SOX, Agents. while, tho Department Is preparing special manner to rojolco together.' tofzm a silent ghest dance; throw- - 17tf. The result was a suply of wild turkey, deer, lear and gamo of every sort In such abundance as amply to feed .the colony for a week. They Rep. Judge Att'y. Clerk Sheriff Jailer As'sor. S. Supt. had as guests tho friendly chief, Mussasolt, and 90 of his Indians. The Indians conntrlbutcd to the feast ? yKPp p jj p h I J K ha five deer and a groat basket of oys e? i "3 s? S? s: PRECINCTS. . 2 H ters.' This was the introduction of 2 tr g g. g. 'H a ;S er sf jr the young .colony to Its afterward 3 : favorJto shellfish, and Oe women : 3 : S s? s 3 5 cooked them as they best know how. ? : : w : : : c or that immortal dinner The I : has not, alas been preserved, hut thankuglvlug Is tho noblest thanks14: 16G 149 1GG 153 1C2 134 175 146 164 115 165 147 155 126 173 It is known that the two dishes most giving. To abound In thanksgiving IV. Hartlord 7 .. .. 121 134 130 134 127 136 127 132 12S 135 133 126 129 132 118 149 fully appreciated .by tho Indlaus as Is u Scriptural injunction, "See that iuVa 103 95 10G 94 108 93 108 90 109 91 94 89 102 112 95 103 well as tho Americans wero tho yo do this," said Paul. Sulphur Springs .. .. , yZ 121 133 118 131 117 114 110 131 119 131 115 144 107 136 110 'brown roast turkey' and the 'pump-kl- u Tariff Results in Iowa. Atosaji , 50 CI C3 C2 CO 60 62 54 55 53 48 68 57 57 55 57 pie.' Tho great feast of tho week '"Iowa farmers .by tho thousand CS :nur.vell CO 124 64 118 G5 69 112 74 10S 113 70 121 65 118 US was outdcors, for tho air was balmy will bo coming buck to the 'RepubV.Ml SplllBB 7 CO G! 80 47 40 Ct 63 66 43 60 53 50 76 70 61 and tho sun bright. Mnssasolt wns lican party by next spring, unless 1 N. Jtoekport 08 104 81 102 99 82 61 116 64 117 59 121 64 117 90 79 there In nil tho bravery of a BCarlet mighty mlbtakeii," said Repres91 c. Rockport CI 118 59 IK 63 99 77 98 47 90 63 98 3S 74 92 coat trimmed with laco and a copper am entative David Munro of Washington 41) S2 SbJt 7S 41 SO 2 73 46 43 76 46 42 78 41 75 40 v chain, given him somo time previous Uoise Branch .," 90 80 112 SO 106 71 112 56 10? 69 101 72 132 71 67 117 by Edward Winslow. In a atrungo county, who was at tho State house Jif'SilM 81 172 81 173 SO 86 163 102 149 163 93 160 9S 153 90 164 medley of Indian garb and a bor- yesterday. "I am In the grain and cattla 101 10.3 K Reaver Dam 90 116 93 10S 102 110 93 125 S7 129 101 107 97 115 rowing of European costume, co IV. Beaver Dam 107 104 119 100 110 93 132 104 90 132 109 107 111 105 112 116 mputing thero tho bond of friend- business," said Representative Mun Mcllenry 47 GG 53 CO 70 48 74 91 02 62 62 97 78 81 42 72 ship with tho white settlers which ro. "I am not bujlng anything now and tho farmers know why. And iCeutertoun 92 12S 94 92 122 82 123 65 135 96 130 S5 123 S9 137 held good 41 years." WHENEVER rimallbous 69 30 72 31 29 23 70 32 70 69 31 69 30 68 31 69 In 1621 Governor Bradford after tho I am not tho only mian In the grain . FVjrdsvillo C8 and cuttlp business who baa laid 1G7 63 161 72 152 73 157 67 161 69 15S 71 156 71 155 first harvest made provision for the IV. P.rd3vIlIo now Tariff bill went 9S 10S 95 12 1 93 105 98 115 100 110 103 116 103 113 105 104 rejoicing together colonists' with down since the 62 1G Atiuavlllo President Wilson told 6S IS 63 17 62 16 61 20 19 17 62 63 17 64 pralso and prayer. In 1623 a day or Into effect. Say Something Worth While 71 fihrve 69 SO 74 69 G6 64 73 71 67 69 81 63 81 77 66 fasting and prayer In tho midst of us that tho 4,000 cattle coming from Olaton SAY Argentina each week .would uot ef71 73 83 69 62 84 60 77 79 69 73 67 77 07 83 62 drought was turned into thanksgiving aiuford .. .. ,. . 97 CO CI CO 93 CO 51 96 97 52 94 94 49 97 52 by the coming of rain during thQ fect tho markets, but I noflce thero 96 i 99 inarilctts S2 91 88 91 91 84 9S 90 83 88 88 95 96 S3 prayers; gradunally the custom pre- was a break last week and that cat95 Schlemmer's Bakery Goods tUUlln , SO 55 55 CI CI 74 C5 75 82 56 76 74 56 74 55 vailed of appointing annually a tle aro off another; 60 cents tlila '. ' "33 l Oenalvo 30 42 28 26 49 42 29 36 34 29 2' 39 30 36 39 thanksgiving day after harvest. Theso week. FOR ME. I'oint Pleasant 43 2G 4S 27 28 45 28 46 26 45 49 48 28 23 50 25 "President WUsftuitobJ, us that we appointments wero mado by ,tho govNarrows 73 81 76 77 72 77 77 73 71 77 73 74 78 would got the meat combino by 73 73 76 ernor's proclamations. The Quality Will Brinp During the alpu 89 62 79 63 71 80 78 71 76 78 70 63 72 81 84 70 Revolutionary war a day of national letting in Canadian cattta and ArgeniVrcatiss 00 A Pleasant Smile. 48 46 6t 46 68 46 CO 63 61 C9 45 49 63 47 61 thanksgiving was annually rccommon tine cattle free. It Isn't going to 63 tiiorbert 6G 23 65 23 21 01 67 23 23 65 63 26 65 23 ed by congress. For many decades the hurt tho meat combine at all, but if Arnold ., 33 6G 37 62. 60 36 53 48 30 71 33 38 66 32 61 63 prosldcut has annually appolntod sul 1 don't miss my guess It Is going Render . IS 42 40 29 19 4.6 23 47 42 20 36 47 IS 15 63 a day and tho governors of tho va- to hurt tho Iowa farmer. I predict HARTFORD Siiuinana 3fi 43 45 43 47 45 41 40 36 46 39 C3 49 34 SI 37 rious states hvao' supplemented tho that Iowa farmers will desert tho same. Democratic party by the thousands W. (J, Sulik'nuiK'r, Prop. 2G04 2678 2737 2657 264S 2673 2671 2700 Totals .. 2611 2809 2649 2703 2817 2505. 2751 2670 "Words ore but empty thlnM." before this winter la over." Des Majorities SO 74 S4 25 29 54 312 198 'Since actions speak louder than 'words Moines (la.) Capital. ' n SURVIVOR TELLS vvyytvw &t tf If Your Necessities Re-enact- ed 1 semi-circul- lf hft' Cloaks i Suits anew Demand Cloak for yourself and daughters, there is no store that can show you a better line of Ladies', Misses' and Children's Cloaks. IN LADIES we show all the new d, fM I I a I ar fa-o- rs I fabrics made in the latest style garments for those who demand the most extreme styles, and the 52 and 54 inch length for the more conservative dressers. No matter about your taste nor the price you I want to pay, we can be of service to you. OUR CHILDREN'S CLOAKS 9 4I I 1 ar just as attractive as our Ladies'. We always make a special provis- are suc-clii- ion for the little ladies and we seldom fail to please them. at Ladies' Cloaks $3 to $25 Children's Cloaks $2 to $10 Official Vote Ohio County Nov. 4, 1913 I f E. P. BARNES & BR0. ?&(-&.r r "3 LLLLLJ f '- :: ?:::M gE.aP-- f a Beaver Dam, Kentucky. :ne-:iu- t'MtH a? it You Say Anything jx tf -- HARVfOr6.?' Hi ,Ky. llfr ; . iiJU J A pi frp 4m JmJ?m rfiwwii