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Subscription $l per Year No. 20 GROWERS FAVOR CONSOLIDATION New Tobacco HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1913. ing (tho appearance of largo sales of prospective ,Whon theJr product. purchasers of territorial right were taken around to tho stores and to the homes of .those wiio had been given tho compound, 'they found that there was almost universal use of the article. It took the ojes of on attorney in Onensboro to discover a dis:repancy In the formulas sold to the company at Whltesvllle, and thai in the formula In thp patent rlRht which the Dlffccs claimed to own. The formula sold Jo the WhlaavJJte company waB In 'powder' form, 'while, that in the patent right of Joaephlno A. Stewart, which tlw Dltteca claimed to own was a "liquid." There is a great deal of indigna- tlon in WhlteavlUe over itho muddle caused by the Dittoes, and the "smooth" manner in which the cltlzena of the town were "taken in." Owens bono Inquirer, ARMY OFFICER FilRTUNE FOR MEETS DEATH MRUTANLEY Wife of Congressman Re- h' iviess County People Vic timized by Sharpers. LieutenantKellyf alls with Another Officer. to Morgantown Saturday to visit relatives. Thcro will be prayer meeting at (Mt. Hcrmon eery Wednesday night. Everybody Invited to attend. Mrs. Grovcr Bennett and UttloBon, of Hartford, vjsitpd her brother.Mr. R. B. Stevens, Sunday. The history of tho seal Is one of Will Be Go. tho most absorbing and romantic of all the great American Industries. Victim Son of Col. R. M. Kelly, Estate of Dead Woman is Valued While the U. S. Government has pro- Officers of Organization to be ibor Saving Washing Compound duced Interesting books , on the wonderfullyand which can be Elected Born and Reared In . At $250,000 Henderson-subject, and Headquarters Se"ftesembles Window Lock Fake had free of charge, the whole counLouisville. To Get One Third lected at Early Day. try .will be interested In a few facts In Ohio County. bearing on the seal history of North , i America, especially in the llsht of San Diego, Cal., Nov. 24. Lieut. How would ou like to bo aroused tho recent action Jt ls now a certainty that the Cott-of the Department Hugh Marsh Kelly, of Kentucky, and' from 1your slumbers about midntsht ITtirtm ltrt titiKllsifi Hsn vf f tin tnftu lunula solldated Tobacco Growers assoda- Cnmmnreo.hloh fttAmrw Eric L. Ellington, of North Carolina, and .told ou had become suddenly W,H I Uon a Permanent orgaalza-If regard to the "Labor Savings as tlje fur center pf the world. First division army aviation corps wealthy? ..Washington Compound" company, of known on. ( The price paid to Russia for the tUn' Th'8 fact i -- . ..UI. wcro killed today In a fall of about III. UU O.....A ue Well this is what happened to whole Alaska was $7,000,000, The Saturday whnQ the growers of UC fYitlMaVIllV ilUUttt IUU1V J- eighty foot in an aeroplane. Mrs. A. O. Stanley near midnight iHb began to bo learned from bow Henderson and Webster' from tho 6eal islands The accident occurred across the last, night when the ral Bioro citizens wi the Whltesvllle called B aad barren, forbidding spota tles asreed to ratify the Herbert Felix MakW Good. bay from San Dlefio on the grounds this estimable lady to the telephone keljhborbood, who bad invested In Owen-area that comprise but an Infinitesimal , constitution as adopted Wo have recently" beenshown sev- of rtJiQ army school on North Island. to break the joyous news to her. the company, and it appears from map, has been ooro- of the Alaska No reason for tho accident was dis She" was surprised beyond measure rhat was brought' out that "the halt eral copies of the Lexington Leader 15.000,000-m-ore than twice the sum Henderson county voted strongly which contain cartoons' drawn by an covered, although a careful examina at the amount that wttlJall into her ta favor ot ratifying the cooatitatioa not boon told." paid for the entire territory. s. That the Dittoes, father and two Ohio county boy, r'Herb" Felix. tion of the aeroplane was made. The haads, said to bo close tol75,000. This area comprises the PribUofi1"1 begin- machine was shattered. ana, wcro successful in ellmlnatikx While merely the effort of a At Louisville Tuesday the last wilt Islands dlscovreed In .17SG by the Rus-sia- jf MopKins county held meetings lu Capt. A. C. Cowan, commanding tho and-- testament of Mrs. Lilly JTaraer om th Httlo progereslvejown in ner, without any training, (hose carthree districts and all unanimously isNavigator whose name toons possess rare worth and give post, was among the. Ajbramswas filed for probate'. "The lands bear. It is the seat of the tie southeastern ran 01 uaviess most voted for ratification. the ttunty about $25,000 of its material promise of a brilliant career for our of the accident. will was written on stationary ' of .Important fur seal colony in the In Webster county .two out of flv youns friend, should hq decide to "They were trying out a new the Seelbach hotel and dated June world. Next in importance is the districts voted to ratify tne conaltu-tlo- n. bo assured. scorns to machine,' he said, 'and 18, 1913. Anion? Its provisions it beJesldcs "trimming" each ot the take up this work, whea'he comIn the Slaughtervillq district, Commander herd owned by Russia, d company for pletes his course, in State University. they were between eighty and one queaths o Mrs. Stanley of while the Kuril herd owned, by Japan there was a tte. It Is believed, how--' stockholders of the 1,000, information has H there. Tire Herb was a general favorite while hundred feet from the ground when after several sums are-Be- t comes third. During the first year ever, that the. Srowcrs In the tare they lost control. aside for special purposes. Mrs. Ab-ra- of Uncle Sam's nosseaslon. the catch districts that voted against the ad- t several purchasers of territorial attending school here. "Tho machine was a iww one and was reputed to be worth about was about two hundred to 300,000 ghts who have not brought suits P"n of tho constitution, will yof To be Soli December 1st. Kelly was not familiar with it. Ell260,00d when she died. a number ot the court. circuit seals, but the herd has diminished aprove ' The, E. D. Baseheart property lo- ington went as Instructor. The maMrs. I Abrams was a daughter of so considerably promoters of the bers present stated after the meeting The Dlffcvs, that as a result majority In both the-position, showed themsshes to be cated in McHcnrv. will be sold at chine had a dual control, which en- the late Hon Oscar Turner, brother laws havo been enacted by 'which tnat w ables either occupant to mana&e it to Hon Henry Turner, now deceased in Hartford Stemming and the Green River dis- ist mastcre In the art of ingratiat tho court house door property con- at wilL The controls were connected herds will bo conserved and future , ing themseles into the good graces December first. The of this city. Her father represented catches Increased. tricts favored the constitution, they .building, enabling tho instructor to correct in- congress many years, as did her broth 1 acres, 1 store would also fall in line, as that was f a community. Since the family sists of the object of the organization "let pas departed it was recalled b cltl- - 1 residence. This js an excellent op- stantly any mistake made by the pupil. er Oscar Turner, represent the Fifth "The men arcse at 7:35 a. ni. and congressional district. In her BROTHER EDGAR the. majority rule." paens of Whltesvllle that soma mem- - portunity for some one, 'desiring to Mrs. Abrams vialted her rel l Js not believed that there were, ,ber of tho family had united with engage In business. Terifts reason- sailed around the field for about five any meetings held in Union andm it. minutes. Of course, they .were aiiak-in- g atives here frequently and was a llggg .nearly every church In the town, and able, MADE MARSHAL no attempts at sensational "work. reigning belle wherever she visited Crittenden counties, but it is un4er- -t xirr T. were in tho lead in all forms of "They felt about one mile from the While her brother served in congress stood that the growers in these conn--; church and charitable Iwork. Thei: HE IS STILL A ;, headquarters tent, toward Point sht lived la Washington and was iLSblos were much 'In evidence. ties favor the constitution. Loma. The land slopes down toward greatly admired. Among her many To Succeed Geo Long For The Yney quickly becatna known socially A joint session ot the Stemming MINORITY PRESIDENT tho beach and is so low that we suitors was .Marquis Ceverawho. and Green River districts win "fee to most everyone. In the town. One Western Distriet of " could not see the machine strike. an. attache of the Spanish called to meet in Henderson .sosae- of thp most deslrablo dwellings In "The machine apparently began its embassy.Iater admiral of the Span time this week to finally jatlfy Kentucky. !ihc town was scon annexed by the When of the two districts. amity, a pleasantly located cottage The MOTCmbeT ElectlOlS frOVC descent in a proper manner and at ish fleet at Santiago, Cuba. the usual angle. Then 'it apeared, out Mrs. Abrams became 111 early in Oc .Mfrmginer to Cicero Mullen, who Is this s done, the last step in orgsfJ free Trader WllSOn WaS flOt of, control. The altitude was so low tober and was taken to New York for Washington. Nov. 24. Edgar H. zatlon will have been accomplished, said --o have exchanged the property. we felt the officers would have only an operation. She ded from the op- James, brother of Senator James, of and the new ship will be launches!, . chunk ot along with a good-size- d a rough fall. rupuiat imuibc. venture. eration on October 26 and her re Kuttawa. was today nominated as. with a membership from five oous-tle- s. cash for stock in the new "A careful inspection, of the wreck- mans were interred in Jhc family United States Marshal for the West ' When the bubble burst and Jt was ern district ot Kentucky, to succeed Tho officers of the arsaaiatdMi ed .aeroplane convinced us that the lot in Lousvil'e. seen that something was rotten in good order. The men Thq vote Just taken In .three great controls were-i- n iMr. Mrs. Stanley stated that she had George. W. Long, the incumbent. Mr. Mullen and will be .elected In a few days, peraaa-o- nt IDonmark. rt'tinntlAv vtiA frvrri being now . typical Stated, New York, Mew Jersey were instantly ki'led." headquarters established, and (fce vls"ed Mrs. Abrams quite often and Senator James said today that the ... Bnows cjeariy "The death of Ueute. Kelly and was very fond of her and on' several matter, of changes in district attor- association will get actively down to resident of tho comnanv and the ana Massacnuseus. tter its treasurer, got on the trail that President Wilson atlH Vepre- - Ellington iwas due to their starting occasions Mrs. Abrams told her she neys aad marshal ot the Eastern dis- business. the engine when eighty rfeet from the wanted her to have some of her- per trict ot Kentucky, would not be 'li Is said that the new movement-has- ' f the Dlffees,' finally locating them, senja a minority part. A year ao Mr. Wilson recoivea ms earth, while making a long glide,1' sonal effects, and in a letter from ftxkeH un until after the tint ot tho When been constantly growing wttata ' niffM mandate as President from a min-- said Lincoln Beachy, the. well-knothe past' fqw days, and the memberher about two. weeks before her death yean office Is one of the ship' is very strong,' In the southwestdlly agreed to return to Whites- - ority of tho voters. The combined aviator, 'today. Mr, Beachy witnessed Mrs. Abrams wrote that she waatad ., have a certain bed plums of the Customhouse, carrying ern part of Daviess county; and rille to straighten out the muddle vow ot nis Kepuumcan ana rrogre- - the accldoat. The most solid la McLean. Hustler. with it a salary cf 5,000. "The starting of the engine," con- room suite.:' . nto which ho had gotten the towns- - alve. opponents was M00.G92 more present, marshal, George W. Long, tinued Mr. Beachy, "caught the mareceived. to than he Is pres Mrs. Abram's. husband ople, but asked a few minute Habitual Constipation and all Uwr The late elections represents tne chine at a tttt and it Was laiposelbto ident ot the Swann-AbramHat com- took office In 1906. and has, there- troubles can be cured by using Ik ready for tho trio back to Da-- 1 oportunity for a tost of the to risht'lt In' the short distance be pany ot LouisvUlo and is iweatthy-lfore, been serving almost eight vless county. He went to the hotel "rat Ask f. L . " OI . Long Grjgsbys - years. Previous to that 'Air. t as .1.1 j . tuere i.- - cmuuvu uu iua - iuui, iu- - nMMtifiB- or . uiv (anRldnnibIo narc ai--- 1 . tween, the JBemand earth. This same his own right . W iA.MKa ,iiA itrifaM. - accident has happened 4k. wuuvr was State Treasury from 1S96 to Williams, Hartford, Ky. before, but w wmuu .u, Mrs. Abrams was about fifty years questing Mr. Mullen wouia mm oe aasuiupu power. not always with fatal effect." awaiting hi return, tout after awhlie minisrrauon since old at the tlmo of her death and 1900 under Gov.'w. O. Bradly.' Tie WilMs WeMiigV Today's tragedy swelled the list never had any children "and no close of tne The marshal has a right to appoint undertook to locate Diffee, only to. Following on tho nee Washington, November sevon deputies, whose salaries range of American army and navy victims relatives llvlne. learn that he was not about ithe resident s legisjauve victory an smiles ot confident happiness turned gross, while his party is still unK- - since 1908 to fifteen, twelve ipi the At present, frees $600 o $1,800. ej, hut bad departed. toward each other, Francis SoVes NO CREEK the positions are held as follows: Bd Cambron. of Marlon county, ea, ana wtore tne aisturoing ana army, one in the navy and two inSayre and Miss Jessie Woodrow WU- - , I who purchased tho county right of destructive l.- C. B. Lawhon, chief deputy, effect of the aweepln structors who were civilians. Seven Nov. 26. Most all of our farmers son, the second daughter ot President fat borne county for the sale of the Tariff reduction have had a chance met death this year, it was the first have taken advantage of the pretty 800; Lewis Ryans, $1,500; Miss Hor- - and Mrs. Wilson, were married irluct. was makln fairly goad. to operate on the business of the time that two members ot the Unit- weather and gathered their corn, tense Horton, $1,000, and W. L. at the White House, before a 'hsjdway in the Ba'o of hjs rights, , country, this election, occurred under ed States army aylatlon corps have which is fairly good owing to the Hozelip, $720, all deputies at Louis company ot distinguished officials of vl!Io; L. Wood Nell, 720, Paducah; dry season. tno most ravoraoie cona.uoaa irwu been killed at the same time. when word leaked out that there was the United States government, mem. v Mr. and Mrs. Arch Foster aro the C. T. Nichols, $720, Owensboro and v In aviation accidents of all kinds, m.uuhvwih. s .some aner or tnq vropcaiuon box bers ot the diplomatic corps, BowllnJB Green. the world over, 3GS persons have proud parents ofa baby boy, born J. A. Wise, $600, Ifjng wholly feasable, and ho desist- - Party. and relatives. Yot In New Jersey, the President's. been .killed since 1908, this car's the 22nd. Mr. James, the new marshal, has the .f until h could learn for hhnself A reception, for the guests by the. Wilson numbering 197. On an account of an epidemic ot right to remove all of (these deputho truth pf the rumors. He found out 'own State, in spite of rv aiirtnA-President and Mrs. ryvllaon and the ' tWUIMWmWWU P ntitirni AiimiMiAtMtiAnM V4 Ci-- t BHIVi The deaths ot Lieutenants Kelly whooping oouBh Jn this community ties. that he had traded off a perfectly wedded couple followed. Soon the Wesley It is not thought that the new East room was cleared ot carpets and ood email farm for something on "the 'Republican and Progressive voe and Ellington Increase the list to the elnglng convention at -which he could no realize a square represented a substantial plurality 416 persons killed since the machines Chapel the 5th Sunday, has been Marshal will take his office before a the young folks danced until well o ote. called In. came Into use. the Owensmonth. Next Monday, Mr. Camron has informed over'' the Democratic meal. the evening. Throughout the State .of N.ew York Mr. J. A. C Park; .who has had boro term of court Is started, and Lieutenant Kelly was First ' Lieufriends that he would immediately iVVhen, .the guests had eone thi infantry, an attack of rheumatism, Jsbetter. tho following Week the Bowling bridal party sat down In begin an action for llje recovery of the Democratic party was heavily de- tenant In the Twenty-sixt- h the break feated. Miss Susie May, of Hartford, is Green term will be begun. It will fast room, and and Ellington First Lieutenant In lis farm. the bride cut the nursing Mrs. Moten King, who is then take a Mttjo time for the in wedding The' Republican and Progressive the Third cavalry, U. S. A. J. H. Wheatley, treasurer ottho cake with fhe sword, ot Dr. represented .Hugh Marsh Kelly was a son ot very sick but thought to ibe Improv cumbent Marshal to prepare his ac Cary Grajson, of company, made tne statement on vote In Massachusetts the United' States -, forces walchj com- Col. R. M. Kelly, of Louisville, and ing. counts of the federal court. When navy, the president's tphysician aad turday evening that several ot thejanti-etnocratl- o (Mrs. T. W. Bennett, of Mr. Long took office he was requestelia,v defeated Mr, until, his anointment from civil lite would Mr. and rtles who had brouuht su'tf In cltv,Wnd, companion. Then there was, a merry l court had not paid to him. as Walsh, the Damocratlo candidate (or to aa araay, commission eleven years Prentiss, were tho guests at the for- d- not to qualify until January 1, ad dinner. . , -hv. ' nnvenuir. hv a nluralltv of.- 120.686. . ago, lived In that city, where he was mer's sister, 'Mrs. Mollle Elite, Sun- the end" of the court quarter Is mark . j uv ua ik.i HiBfirar. With an affectionate gobdby, the . . uuumjot ..ii'i-.tL- mini ..D "- . j W. a u.i.u. m muon k. .i (with th. -- Pmnvulrn K f close- I enraged i newspaper .work as a day. ed by that date, Whether the samo couplo was whlrfod, away In the to uearu Mr. Alex Carson U movtaff into request Is mde ot Mr. James as i member m ti rportorial staff of ildes' those on his books, who bad second. White House automobile pntfcelr his new residence, wheh to qute an matters stated he will hardly be able honeymoon. Their destination was There Is no possible eaaapf rrofn the Steals Post. sot yet brought suit for the recovery addition to oar Tillage, to assume office before then. t the monye which they "ha4 pftid the evidence 'that PresMeat Wilson, kept, a, secret to avoid the curious. Wutj Sale. the, wek-ea- d with relatives near la his character of Damoorattc lead rTwtorUl righU. The couple left by a rear der, la a Milk cJwFor Sale. , represents a minority of he oaoe the following Utlca. Must aell at The MMocs. in order t- - give their er, still' few daya they wIU go to Europe, to .t Mr. Rober iWard returned from household good. 6c: Leather UV-- 1 bred Jersey milk return early In January to Williams-tow- n, One thorough nmnoatOoB the semblance of ponu- - Americaa people. cow, 5 years old. larlty, ar"ald to have givea away la the year that must pass before bolstered Davenport, Priacess Dress-e- r, Illinois last- week. Mass. -, m. alee Dialog Table, chairs v R. P. SORRELS. and Mrs. WllltoA. Bennett of Hartferd, large uaatity oi jae waaamg ": Cromwell, Ky. 20tf. Ua ,wl.I have a practical xjrt Dinner Set, Sewlav Machine, Wash Is visiting relatives here. wWeh they claimed to have cab-lae(a Consolidated Growers' Tobacco Mr. and Mrs. Terry Crane left from the formula they sold tq ace. of the affect of Uw toeVtTar. Stand, Kitchen Range, kitchen OttNfatiy. Association of Ohio aunty Is called oa wages, the east of UvlBa , coniDanv. and those wtho used it Brass Trimmed iron Bed, Mat- - Monday for. Kleaer Ma, where Sir. Dr. O. B. Dockery, osteopathic to meet at the court huose la Hart- claimed great thin fori the powder. General business prosperity; and the. tress and Springs, lot Canned Fruit, Craae has 'accepted a position. wtwoa-wy- a November 8, ana Harness, both snaiia iMr. S. E. Bennett is erecting a physician, has located In Beaver Dam ford, Ky., Friday, .fejiey gooa. jBuj-gIs said that the Dtffees evsa went result, oc the It Ky., aad ask all who are in any way 1913, at 10 a. m. All the. members- ot buylai up all or ot aostuity to nusmes. orsaamwa aa.aew, can at oace, at resueaee alee residence. oa his farm. to the extent er &., lle aarth at Jteckpert, ea C- - Mr. and Mrs. Curry l Wallace spent afflicted to call oa htm for free coa- - are expected to be present to oa tars? other wasala . eosapoaads la oa a large, seals wlM '' w sultatlsa aad examination. Office la .jaaaralv road. Must dkmt out within Utlca. mm and w- - kaowaaad appwcat4 Whltesvllle buslaew FRANK WESTERFIELDT 18t2. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Paras went CaseMff'bulldln. u- tu MAr-u- . " yaf.vdMfa. thus gtv- ' tuted their awa I0" wewc' membered in Will. Some Seal History. Associate n a inr of Hop-reven- al-k,- coon-one-rou- it t one-thir- her-estat- e to1' 1- -4 eirl-hollda- ys -- O. was-then- " the-actio- n -, 's si' B .... ....... - wu ' x. ' w late-toda- v.. close-friend- In-t- -- ... ..... w m ,,, - wpww TidcT tt, y tjttf coa--sld- by-la- t-- - 4 mfei -- .X r,- - 1 wling Green Business University BOWLING GREEN, 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 $50,000 more than they ever made in any other one year. In other words, by taking a business course by six. A course in Bookkeeping, Shorthand. Stenotypy, Telegraphy, Railroad Acthey multiplied their earning-powe- r counting, English, Penmanship or Typewriting can be completed in a few months. Write the School for Its Catalogs, Bankers Books, number In possession Rate-Shee- ts, Photographs and Other Information. I 'Sp1 ajsyT Sixteen nml feet fallen to end of the first second: H2.2 feet per second speed at end of first second. Tlint Is. n body let fall will, tinder wiere i ime is wunoui vaiue Are Not Wonderful Scales That the notion of the earth's attraction of and Sales Wait on Patience. gravitation, fall 1(5.1 feet during the Made of Anything. first absolute second of time, and at the absolute end of the second will be BARGAINING AS A FINE ART. THE LAW OF FALLING BODIES. I" motion with a velocity of :$2.'J feet per second These numbers constitute i the most accurate and all powerful By TVa, Tha,nks to Newton and Lieb- - scales in existence. Edgar I.ucien I.nr- - Polite and Loquacious, the Oriental Shopkeeper Will Haggle Over the stOxana' ihe Calculus of Differentials, kin In New York American. Price of an Article From Dawn Until tise Weight of Sum and Planet May Dark A Sample Transaction. Turkiih Postage Stamps. Be Accurately Determined. Every one who has collected stamps lie Is the selfsame fellow still, the TTtae- .art of weighing lias expanded must have noticed the absence of sov- Oalreue merchant, ns In the days of Swbt a comprehensive science and can ereigns' heads from those of Turkey. He squats in cross n answer be called a mere urt. Scales That tills Is so Is due to the fact that legged contentment as of yore, amenar made of metal, but the set herein Mohammedans think a representation able only to the loquacious system of anything, of the human face or figure unlawful. ftM?lied, 1 not uiude-o- f bargaining dear to the heart of the StaiW Are i.i hourly use that cau Therefore Turkish stamps carry the oriental. The western tourist, foolish crescent, which the Turks borrowed aneij, a pencil mark whose length is the fall of ly of value, will lose mcui3u of an I Inch: or a section of from the Byzantines after used a com- all regarding time asbefore he has comConstantinople. equanimity long a tkao- of oil mi length. The usual plicated, arbitraryThey also sign, supposed to be pleted the smallest transaction, If his prairswt; lii weighing mils from gruius, " knowledge of tin east and his patience jhiuihIs up to Ions, usually ona the signature of the sultan. wmt, suffice and he begins negotiations early ten. assd then up to fifty or more tons To forgive a fault In another Is mot Search thv own heart: what paineth enough In the day not to be driven In, taj tread weighing, costing hundreds sublime than to be fjnltlcs oneself. In others In thyself may be. John forth as thee astti tluu:md of dollars. the merchant sets up his shutGecrge Sand. Rust aintnans would find it quite dial-cu- t U. Whittier ters nt nightfall he may obtain the arweigh make .scales that would ticle he seeks at n Just nnd equitable XBUlfccx. trillion, trillions, quadrillions, price. If lie gains possession of It In PUZZLES OF SLEEP. "There could be no better medijuiKiatioi)H. sextfllious. septilllons. less than the accustomed time he will cine than Chamberlain's Cough Remxn& tioiUlltous of tons, or de- - Noise and Slumber and the Marvelous certainly have paid more than Its maredy. .My children were all sick with cillitfus. An instrument able to weigh ket value. Rapidity of Dreams. whooping cough. One of them uas a. ibWkSiou touH can now be purchased Vagamumlo, the western traveler ex Ylrttli TltuMi.it.!' itwl IVinpa fAitn.t tlm dinrrrtocnt-- n pencil. The scales are noIse enIjanced tue value' of a nlglu's iwrlcnceil In the ways of the east. in bed, had a high fever and was coughing up blood. Our doctor gave il Dtl UIIU rest. Bismarck confided in his old age lu"-u.lfc PVT: U4 UI1...1, uunni, a stroii tiirnuu speed Is the next to all to an i flaoE sjx-cifl-c ...... ?.. the bazaars of an Arable blade that: them Chamberlains Cough Remedy t.. i.t UCill ,. . iillV t a.t rfl lUill UC MlktlU r..,li,t-.-viiKtiiB usuu. out il i3tai wlu1 It ,s taues uis taucy. It bangs lilgU at tliei""" "e ursi uose easeo. mem, nnu asy t run n locomotive or 8,ec ln BerlIS0Qnat n,Knt noU(j be,n!) top of the open liooth. on the raised three bottles cured them," 8an Mrs. nvanc ,ut b(Jt ,s t,Je a3 steiuei.'iijp without knowing a single Uo.)r of which serenely Mpmts the pro-- It. A. Donaldson, of Lexington, Miss. CiUj 4 0.c,' "k , Ul0 morni,. tlicra complex machines than about irc,or, wlth foIlIei, ..,es. Vnsntnmulo. For sale by all dealers. and TfV n .nn. me rrea Jittempt to use the speed- - (ay" m m i.. us. iiuui .1... uieresi curiosuy, pawst-- s sraWa irtthotit knowing every minute In hi diary on Sept ,0 nl" l,Is eS over the countless nr- Poet's Lot a Hard One Pepys records clrtsjA or every velocity law of mov-fa- g ,1c1m- - suggests with a half stilled The lives of poets ln thia callous 23, 1C01. that he slept nt Welling "and UTJe!. looks like what world have ever been characterized J"aw' that the scimitar Hint, IU a fstrect 'Car start from rest nnd etui rompmbpr it in myof nil I tin. nMita ml'ibt b n loiivlnclug weapon In the by misery and now a New York man evJr I slept life never did aari? oorring faster and faster until Its thnt a night with more epicurism of u,am,s of " enemy, ventures to hope Is charged with a modern and most . ,. rat n tnouen is. say, twenty mile's pass .. c . , that the mercliant Is enlovlm: tine Ingenious cruelty to an unfortunate l irwrkWurat the end of one minute. If weather and strolls leisurely on. The He offerfor Iteperfof the car Increased uniform.- fhen ,t was a very w lnv nlZ' nnd shopkeeper continues to tpuff drowsily band. set advertised music,poems,charg! ing to them to and S.starlBs ;the enUre minute Its avera hU ing the author But most poets Hi is ten miles per hour, be between waking and then sleeping er Is nil but out of earshot. Then heap-again- , would prefer to $21. "published" before be In- st it started from rest and one after another. I never hndTei,rs Hiidtlenly to ,iwake and drones being set to music Springfield owBaartfl 10 twenty miles per hour. If .ut " ,0IISU,d iuv,ta"on to re,,,rn- so much content In all my life." a. tMiE7 moves during one minute nt agiUUIllldo pil.VS 110 heed to the 811111- Th nrnl.nhlllft- - fl.nf nr enf anntrho. .tTwrsistynlleM per hour the distance muns fur some moments, gazes lib- ---a t .i in f. .,, ,,c 9l.reu uiiiiuiiiieu t- .- oi Hievii ul ikiu uiooieucs wuru we piiii "Inictedly upon riiif. u.v pose oursoiVM have remained the wares displayed -- . t twenty miles multiplied by Unuously awaketo h supjiorted by con- - in unotuer uootu. tlien wanders slowlj the a siiMistVth of an uour. or . that the or tirenms. Marie Twnln r Millr: but the average speed In Pbenomena for his own Mh..ppearinR batl' , T,,eeiUoyln. tilt hopest of health ,s For Infants and Children. "velcr b n ed l tlie car Is ten miles per hour. -- - ... - --- - -; T we ueiier mac ne uuu a Ataxe distance moved over is half mQ ynu Haw wave HQUghT".r "- .. i conscious v uau a verv suorr nan. ami "' "' .ii ti.i i M.d Bearg the ",a ? ..-sWieWtal 'law of nature and I. of nmny have explained visions of ghost, ,. ui u ns due to dreams during such shoit Wflnatareof KBi.?ns Importance. . ',n,( lou Lro'' ,u lue nans "i iuu nn-.- 'ue i law: for uniformly iik.il.i-.iiiKiwnnil li'iii'ufti lu lli.lil.vl In. fli.i " . 7 '0'' notuing is netter estnmisneu in "", Uon to t --". !he b!t connection with dreams than that an Arabl,.. 0reat De.ert. lH "' ' 'a' JJ0J In Arab,a ,l 8eems that thero ta a Is that muvetl over by apparently very long one can occur ftm rlng an almost Infinitesimal time. ct of land unexplored which Is J "r""1"" !. K)dy with Its average possible lie mnj near,y flve Ume8 a8 Ujgga U8 Qreat Alfreil Maury had a long, vivid drenm for fle " STHLsirwie-lnl- f "' Brita,n- U K UensmliiB the distance fallen of the reign of terror, including the J1 v aga. de8olate Prbab,y therefoundno, moro wagte t0 be trlnl of himself before the revolutionthe tfirAl. l,y a lw!y let fall at the rig- - ary tribunal nnd his execution, and" entire globe than that which is called "'i, . Wfectbwlnnlug of one second of was able to show f th Vo!d'" Not a that all happened ,"dw,eUlng tlmrtHe rigidly exact end thereof Is 'lurlmr the moment of Itawakening by " w" : single river is estimated to flow obJ" sJW.-rtlvhat si,.,, be said of llndlng Plr' th.r.ou6bout Its entire 400.000 square ,,L ImnrSaKt 1t N f.'illng nt the end of the tin fall of a rod from the bed canopy r "' nu article. mueg. Ootiy wotk from the US.IMU upon ins neck. I.oniion Cfironicie. should care for so usehMi txtvrA? to sixty years dally and you The shopkeeper regrets that tho two Nogi's Nerve Tonic. vl fill. The fact Is. the time required prices What Toons Admlro, Having been dedicated to the pro- - cide, named do not more nearly coin4 firO 1 lie mathematically exact spe trusts thnt the Inundations will Is hearty, vigorous life, according to N.igl wa, a falling body In still air fwlmi of anus. Ceneral nu(, ifWr,dof not W)a(ft (,lN Tallman, of San Antonio. vv.s niinost tbat required to hiommiiv taken. Mhllu still a .small boy, to see a niilnliiiLi inrnlii tiil (It it tnli.t i !!. sum.- Hugh vvw.--iui liiu iiiiiu ui llin uiiiAJsUince of (he nearest star, about ,.s.f...t....l ,l..,..w.1. ....,! ...! ...rtJ ..l.,,!,...! tft exprcses his de "Wo find," ho writes, "that Dr. B""ft ..,i.tMi..l...tii..n.l... Afn.r f. ' '.M..I... ..- 1211' .v.rs k. .l .U light that the khedhe has recovered King's New Life I'llls suroly put now TW'-Atwood Invented his inaclilne. ulglitfall, when all was darkness uud from his recent nttack, thanks the lifo and energy Into a poreou. Wife go alone to iiil iliix filially cum- to home near up- - silence, he uns tequli'ed to merchant for his disinterested hospital anil I believe they are tho best the builal ground ami bring hack the . to Hut this Instru for stomaoli, liver ""' ... ' , '" "; ' ' culprit's head. The ordeal was ,,,,. rf luwlslou fell far Hhoit of t! is nh -- 3 cts. at all drug VV.ifc' gli'S cists. m t i I in to feir nothing, living or "WVi-sail of litis ery romplox inei hail teach Mrcutii of bazaar lo. . rs lie Is cm led IVmm U In perfect order it eleae the dead. Frauds i:. I.eiipp In Atlantic. back to learn that the merchant Is of Our Friends and Enemies. Hat At tli i's(t beginning of a see-ttin,' opinion that the new laud tax will The things which our friends do Our Larguage. tliue on iI recordsn the woik mure effectively than the old. with and tor us form a part of our & y'IimVr f ('lirouograph oleeirlf-iWis sin. to tUat tho scimitar H probably worth only aii tn.eii.gent 8 tr l "" " ' f" And repeats flu- - pio-evhave expired himself after He fol- - 7S() fllM ,, nt the ()f mv",,,c1e our Personality. Hut tho ,', ,.,...,.,.., ,... , on absurdllles of vud of I he second so far as hu. lowing duvlso aKulnt uo do not """' u itkfk linnds are aide to do rigidly necu-tM- t the i:..g!W. language: "When I ills- - Ucns -i i ?Ur eniles , ,... form rmr, of .. ... ' '" . u, e.... woik v.. ..i ...... . . ,n ....I.... i ...... ...... lluc ", " to Cromer Paslui Vnga-- , norl " . ... . ",., , T, tt ;,oubs tIe Th moment Hint those supermen. If.l sfHHl l mi. I was fa, : f I of m "!trtn nnd I Ichnlt. dlscovensl Hint too f.vel.i I wa, fust. ...... I.:it not b. ,llU!t Mhmw ( tlIlxtI()a unU hope. , CsUI"r '"S,V ?,u or any ol,,jr jMfc;hty power, beside which nil cNe eat was to fast. I win discouraged. ' which may U pah-P.ut when I came ncro.ss the s(.tenv. luslgiilflcnnce ssmuu Into tho ucross pmsiers; The llr.st oiic won one ?I prize,' I was I Thus the transaction continues; a . oncountured. CokIIui vswfW'Adoni calculus or d liferent lajs !vry tiithcuiatl"iau saw Immeillately leinpted to give ll" Ullgllsli uud lo.Ull third, it font th. even a fifth tune o ' tl.ftsji,e of uatuie's uuxt magnltlcent some other language." "It Is a pleasure to toll you that returns. My the sixth visit hu wjin found In falling bodies, And Iniw lias dropped the fiction of n friend nnd Chamberlain's Cough Ueniedy Is tho fhsi tietrnn the nleiitliss and arduous 1 openly offers lKi."i plasters for the blade, have over Is your liiidbaud cross? An lrrlt-abl- e, uud the shopkeeper arouses himself best couch medicines If imiH.fd woili of mure than a linn. used," writes ..Mrs. Hugh Campbell, .Tyd yiiirs to find the set specific speed fault finding disposition Is oft-l- "i hullli'leutly to tuke the wenoii down of Ijvonla tia "I huo used It with twiircd by a falling body at Die due to a disordered stoma:li. A for Inspection and expresses u willing- - all tny children and tho results havo and nbsolutely exact end j ncjs to part witli jt for -- 7.'. beon highly satisfactorily." Kor sale t itfu-(riexactly tnciiMired secoinl of man with ;ooil digestion Is nearly cigarettes the neOver newly ttnw frfnoe in ii it nppeaieil. alwajs gotxi uaturcd. A great many gotiation proceeds, now touching upon by all dealers. Th te.snlt Is one grand, all potent, liavo bit'ti permanently cured u( tho Ktalence of ophthalmia, anon mil iMiverfiil mean nr average of a stomach trouble by tailing I'luiiuber. skirting the matter of scimitars, their d FOR FLETCHER'S of world wide measures, the nud price. Speaking of Iain's Tablets. For sale by all deal- ruauuf-icturof (lliiiiicuulrt. the must vuluubl" ers, I in one-tent- h JUKI OF WEIGHING. iinHHMHHMmHiuHnnHHinri of nihn. the balance: BAZAARS OF CAIRO I - naroun-nl-Itnscht- - scimitars, the merchant suspects th.it for the olie In hand he would be satis-fleperhaps nt -- .'0 plasters. Vnga- lays tli.it sum which both Iiuundo from the beginning as the ""-- l,lU iwtween them. J,M ' grasps ins neiviy acquiris. iirujH-i.j- r nnd. amid protestations of lifelong friendship from the merchant, takes his departure. .Manchester business men and Chicago captains of Industry, scorning such childish methods, have dived Into the maelstrom of the luzaarS of Cairo . with the avowed Intention of "doing busliiess" after the manner of today nnd the west: but all Iii'YiiIii The Cnlrene .shopkeeer will liuiry In Ills transactions for no mortal man. Let the pulsating westerner press Ills merdiscenary suit too forcibly nnd-h- e covers to his surprise, and perhaps even to his dismay, that the merchant of the east displays his wares and squats by day among them merely as n rccrcitlou and amusement and that the notion of selling anything Is farthest from his thoughts. Harry A. Fniw-in Century. d ' t,rl')" 5? Fortify Your Fertilizer Did you see your fertiliter dealer 411 arrange to buy fertilizer containing at least u much IJim (lie real kind that payt you and the dealer. II )ou did not, you should at once atk jour dealer to carry Potash Salts to that you may increase the Potash in the ordinary brands. To increase the i'otish 1 percent, add 40 rxnmdt Murine or Sulphate of Potash to a ton of g'jods. A, JOCKpoutul bag will increase the Potash of a ton 5 percent. Try it once and see how Potash Pays. Jeattr will not tarry I'jtjik Sjlli vnte Pntci. MV will nil an, jjnlilr trjm one .Wf-oux- J fjf uf. at I'hmplioric Acid ? That it POTASH uitr GERMAN KALI WORKS, Cblraja, VlcC.rmWk Dlock New Orlnoi. Wanner Ccisnl H- AiUms. Eoieire Bui. am trnrt.ro. Jl Cil.lfflh Slrer. lira.uk. Bank a Trait BUj. Inc, 42 Broadway, Now York ak Starck Pianos! I ! 111911-U- B"'"" ML-D- ... "'" ' ti.i 1 tevf 1 -- ' ' OWN HOME Wo will shin ou beautiful Starck Pian for 30 days' freo trial. In jour SSII,.triiC0l!h ,,a.'me,li, ,re'lulr,ed- - A wo auk Is that you will play upon, use not nru nif "' ". "i "o poo i,i..,:? grade, sweetest toned and finest piano oiIn mai ume. you uo you have itever 1l highest way. tbat .. .... . ... Mffn frit fl. tnnnjkv Vat, im n t ,.nA.fr 111..,.... iirnu .Ta c sin, in i""i iu ' "' This Kiarcir Pimn 11rr,..., nr.il ...... .. m. rmt 3 L iuck, T event, pay toe . both wavs. - .W..V ...ma. v.i, rwu .... -- - I "-- . . . ,Mmv ur .1 mrrc la no sale Qn wv imvc' astnivaf a '""' Savt $150.00 one-tmr- .., ..dii. - - CASTOR I A We ship direct lo jou from our (artory, at prices that sare you urwardi ot Sl.10.oa in tk cot of your piano. Ve Ruaranter to turaUU you a bettcf piano for the money than jou can secure elsewhere. You are assured of a utlsfactory sweet toned durable high jrade i 25-Yar No Mosey iaAdranaoe Satiafae (lea Guar sateed LoweatlSet Pact ory Prtcna $200Fa Fram I Rssl east Tor ma A Saving of sion to flfeLssssssssssssssssssisflBsVBssssssssiiUIHflll fJiSBir in your tort Direct cdcc tdiai iihh IIIIHIa ". Yon "'" ' tr Mr piano. no dovni, but stiff 31 diys of trisl, jou can brcin paiin-- nl on Hip low. est, ratlnt txrmi ever suftntiJ by a plij minularturtr. ThMe trrmt arc mni"il to suit yuur conrcolrnce, and It Is iiiM lot yiu to ht-- a plana for ysiir hnmr, nithoul . rlnl g th- - minfjr. . py Easy Ptyminfj fh ' . ."f. u.s .ih j 1 m tz&mz&u 2s2i?SSf tuwwred mm f. tC tCZ . ctalund for 25 years. This guarantee has back ot it our 33 years ot piano cspcrlence, and the reputation nt nn old CiUtillihtd, responsible piano house. Kvcry Kiiaranteed 8tjrck I'liro Ii a luarantia 2nd-Hli-- an J largcins Playir-Plano- s 50 Fraa Mvilo Cessans To eery purcluser of Flank rianos, wv site frc1 music lessons. In on: of the best known schools In Chicago. These lcions yoi can take In your own home, by mall. This represents One Tear'a fre In.tmrflnn a ni'mber ot lii;htly usl and second ha ml pianos of all 'Minimi mik-- s Ll.en In chinita for peY Rtarck l'lmoi and l'lajer-I'linis- . Tlu Jillm ln are a few sample barffilnsi ji We hate eonitanlly on hand e. JJ" Wei?r Steinway Clilckeriag Kimball k Su.-c- $110.00 9?.po i ire bnt ami in't briutl ful I'Uycr Manes nn Iht Vou will be nsrkt. wi'S the many J' e UkMmI - traturrs ul tlir' clmlviwonji'rfui lntmnient. ant will be pi jsnl with Ih very loar prices at iMc!i tlicy can bj sccurcJ. Starck rhrcr-l'la- Um- - 9001 95.00 193.00 srv.. -- Ji "l I'"" ""'"i" M'filtt? a ,IJdnP" SrT lci Send f.ir our latest complete second hand bargain Ut. ,2", P. A. STARCK PIANO CO., 133 Siarok Bltl.. d lojar f it our acv beaiitifiillr llluitrated plan) look which jbM Tou a largs amount of Intormi I Ion regarding pianos Thli Iwok will Intereit and please you. Write to lay- - Piano lack m CHICAGO J "", I ...! n nf . ": ?nov ;" 1 I to y s all-ifc- ri .,-,- ,... ... ,,, ".,"," '".";""., ,.. , "i.- tJ?ZtuLlZ"a Vnga-uiuud- "f ,"'' ""1 i jTIVbIibi'ss'ss'ss'ss'ss'ss'ss'ss'ss'ss'ss WfljTzwm ssTarV . BIIIIIP ftnJafliJ "" m action hanJy for th bit Tk Htmlnmlon Cut A NEW RtmiHgtoR-UMC The Slide Action Raeater tho GETTING in touch with find, aliooting fraternity all over tho as we do, wo a very considerable number of .eiii.ntion..jiK- users who want a Keniington.UMl. alulo action repeater in aWj pouer moJe-o- no heavy enough for practically any typo of gama that Is found on this continent. . Tho answer to this demand is tho now Remington.UMC High Power - cen-nir- y Children Cry e CASTOR . . i- A Slide Aption Repeating Rifle. During tho few months theae rifles havo been on Iho market, several hundred of them havo been put into use. I ho testimony of tho owners is that they aro emphatically a auccea. Yqui Uemlnston-UMdealer hi. il... r.n.V. fl ... -- -" ".! .. - t:j :umi. jruu nav acen i" ....L v.t:n . wuu. .. Uiui'i i...w. ki.k ."" " it. Ulstlis aunyou Rcmlaioo M.ulllo CrlrMi.Co. 4 2S Broadway, New York Arma-Uplo- a ."iitiutr -T 5 tPaaPaaPaPaaBV ijtrtilittllf & " if & Ilajyill'l :sTJE5BOEL& J&ZZ. - SSEtwSSrSfSrffffimitTOlr?1 w V9 'i-j- i i A iw.t t BiMrftTyITj ijBhwiW tfiHCatfj TF'ttV u i 4 ' MATCHING PEARLS. THEFTSJN.HOTELS lYaps to Catch Guests That Have the Souvenir Fad. DETECTIVES The Two Way to Feel It to Fine AND WHY NOT MAKE ! tr COURIER - JOURNAL I -- -w-.i- .,. fc or -a- iis. DIPLOMACY. You can not keep posted on current events unless you read the Combine In a Very Effective Foil the Efforts of Thote Who a Duty to Help Themtelvei Linen and Silverware. COURIER - JOURNAL I I.oulsvillk, Ky. HENRY WATERSON. Editor WEEKLY COURIER-JOURNA- L I -- AND- HARTFORD REPUBLICAN Both One' Year for 'flic concerted nctlon of the house detectives of nil the largo hotels In America ban cnrefully extracted the points from two erstwhile excellent stories, the lirst, ascribed to Adclo Itltchle. who, when asked once If she had ever becu In Kansas City, replied, "I can't Jmt remember, but I will loot; among my towels and nee," and the second the more pathetic narrative of the young man who was obliged to break off his engagement because as he left Ihe dining room of n largo hotel with his fhuiceo a number of forks and "poons fell from the sleeves of her sown, for the house- - detectives have devised a "aystein" whereby the mini or womnn who wants to take a souvenir from n big hotel finds her path be-e- t with almost Insurmountable dllll-cultle- $1.5 0. Regular price of Weekly Courier-Journ- al $1.00 a year. We can also make a special rate on Daily or in combi- - r Sunday Courier-Journ1 nation with this papier. al To Get Advantage, of This : : Cut Rate, Orders Must" Be Sent to Us, Not to Courier-Journa- l. complete list of everything which Is owned by the hotel-cv- ery particle of linen, silver, soap. etc. Thei) he delegates the responsibility for the care of them to various head waiters, waiters, housekeepers and chambermaids. Then he gets a list each day of new arrivals nnd of those who having remained u few days are preparing to leave. From these lists of occupied rooms the detective calculates the areas where trouble might possibly brew and Into these he goes with his subdivided lists nnd a checking up a to him. Klrnt the detective Is provided with The matter Is carried on with the greatest artfulness. There ere no "hurt feelings," no bones broken, no nrrefcts made. The house detectives slmnlv pxtmrr the unrightfully attached articles as painlessly as they extract the points from old stories, nnd In the eront tftn iorlty of rases the frustrated"borrow-er- " never knows at all what happened book. OCTOBER - NOVEMBER l Bargain Offer During the Months of October and November You Can Get. , X i Jt X The Louisville Times ' E3Y VIAII t One Tear t Six Months In addition - : $3.00 l 1.75 i the And You Can Have HARTFORD REPUBLICAN for one year, if jou will add 50 cents to the price named aboveor THE TIMES. after- THE LOUISVILLE TIMES is the best noon daily paper published in the South or West. Democratic in politics; fearless in all 'things, li prints ALL the news ALL the time. This special bargain offer is good only for subscriptions sent to THIS PAPEll (not to the Louisville Times) during October and November only. . The chambermaid Is roqnlrcd to give in exact accounting of eve'ry piece of linen she has supplied to the man or woman who In about to leave. This Is n turn taken to the laundries, where a Dnfance Is made of those sheets, towels, Jtc which have come out of each oom. If there Is n precise balance the aintter ends there, but woe to the n who believes that the towels hIi placed carefully Jn her locked trunk' will not be "missed." Her trunks nnd bags on their way lownstalrs are slranlv carried to tlm basement floor as If by chance, nnd there the house detecUve. with the aid or a skeleton key. goes through them In search or lost hotel linen. It Is very gently removed nnd checked up on the housemaid's list, nnd the trunk Is carefully repacked and Nothing Is left to give warning that the search has been made, nnd nothing Is ever by any remotest chance said to the departing guest. . She Is sent cheerily on her way nnd Is usually perplexed out of all reason to account for the fnot rimt the towels nnd pillow cases that she Knows well she jmt Into her trunk have mysteriously disappeared. Do you suppose for a moment that this Is n'n extreme case nor even a rare one? It hnnnens on nn nvnrntrp once n day In every large hotel In New York and with almost as astounding frequency In Ttostou, Philadelphia and Chicago. And In the case of silverware the matter Is almost as simple, though remedying these thefts requires taking Into your confidence at least the man who pays the bill, for every waiter liny had his eye, trained to couut.up the silverware while he Is placing the linger bowls, ami If so much a one small spoon Is no( where 1$ jdiould m It ts unostentatiously pfneed upon the Tilii The hotel graciously leaves It to the discretion of the escort ns In Wllethei nr not the culprit shnll lie told. Hut at least It does not permit him to be en lightened only by the belated method of a icr.ky sleeve. , Again, the head waiter will nssnre you thnt this happens, not ouce or twice, but ceaselessly, "Many a woman that thinks she's got nwny with It would he surprised to know thnt It Is down In black nnd white on her escort's check nnd thnt both he nnd the hotel know Just how ninny spoons nnd forks she Is taking home with her." said one genial head waiter, who viewed the business with New York considerable Indulgence. Times. wo-na- Orientate Believe In Sex and Affinity SSfl.00 a Week, almost STO.00 a Day In the Qeme. Most brides are partial to pearls, and ; Celling Victor S.ifei nnd boxce In some eastern countries no other to nereliants, doctors, lawj-rrs-, driitlata and Jewels nre allowed to figure among the ; or (i Mfo. but do not know how ofy ills toown bridal ornaments. one. B&leimen declare our proposition one of In Persia the notion prcvnlls thnt the liest, clean-ru- t opnortunl Ilea eer received. Without previous experithe pearls themselves nro susceptible ence YOU enn duplicate the success of others. of married blNs. Among the hereditary' Our handsomely llluttrntcd will enable you to present the. suhjectutalos tocusAnAi... oi At... t. t. couu. it. IS nil, , iiie ttimg In as IntcrrstlnK a manneraii thouahi mui-iui mull in.li pearl IlllVe sex I "" ""p i'ikuihk jiiciu uiruupn our mciorv. .Mfn appointed as ":"J!!'P.i'l?.'r"jl l.,.. it. ,.,. .. u. i cuiiyiiiriiiKiaia nnd ihnt i.v.rv . " " , iiRnowiiawnicn u is import lie for a eminl In 7i nml . mini. Tim unor don't YOU be the first to aut.lr Imm rmif viMniit- - i..iTi....c r "f?P" 1?. ac"3r- Crr " UrrUarr " way to avoid the dreadc,! pearl di.ea.e , Wc Can faTOf on'r one ' oai A Mch The 25th annl versarr f Is to mount the pearls In pairs. If dc- eompany nan cclehrattd erecting the mon modern prlved of their mates they languish In tho world. ke and lose luster; hence the desire to men who reeetveJ twr special selling Ir.dnremml. match pearls which has led to such exrendered Itnecrnsnry toiltmHc travagance. our output. We am siienoA mnny thousands of dollars It Is said that the great glory of the la rRlnir our sales organliatlo. ropes of pearls given to Queen Alex-- . but to lenrn nil partlcularr. il. will cot you only the price an nndrn by some of tlio princes of India a postal card. I was the perfect twitching of almost Ask for Catalogue I6T. nil of the pearls. Thus the eastern experts- - believed they were iiHsiirlng THE VICTOR long life for these Jewels. It Is believed ' to foretell misfortune for the owner of I pearls SAFE & LOCK GO. when they contract the pearl j disease. Our New Heme. Capacity 20,000 Sale Annually. Some readers may remember that CIKCIrJKATI, OHIO the first whisper of coming mlsfortuno ( ior me iieauiiriii Kmprcss l;ugenIo arose when the news was spread Small Profit for the Risk. abroad that her pearls were spotted Democrats who have analyzed tho HAVE-YOU- R and crumbling nwny. Of course, the SUITS- French Jewelers would have derided new Tariff law In regard to Its ef the eastern notion of sex and alllnlty fect upon the cost of living find that In pearls, lint the keepers of the shah's If the measure operates according to Jewels believe in It. and they Imvo the expectations of It sponsors It preserved many of the crown Jewels may effect a savins of CO cents per for centuries. Modern Jewelers nre al- capita In tho cost of food. A wage Repairing Dyeways on the lookout for opportunities earner getting $2.50 a day and, having of matching pearls. You do not find them so anxious to match diamonds ing a wife and two children would gives? Ladies or rubles. And It is curious that save In food cost tho equivalent of persistent searching generally discov- pnq day's wages a year. If the Tarers that nil pearls have doubles lu'slxe, iff affected his line of endeavor to Hats Cleaned anift luster nnd weight New York Suu. its disadvantage so that he were deprived pf one day's work through Repaired. depression he would bo even. BATHS IN PARIS. Work While a day's wage is the limit They Are Something In the Nature of he may hope to savo In food cost, a Public Function, If his employer is harmed by the Club $1.00 American tourists when they visit Tariff one day's work isn't a fracParis find unexpected difficulties In tion to that ho would lose in a year, ' gratifying their desire for n bath. Con- oven thouKh his wage was not cut. ditions nre slowly changing for the bet- The Hartford Pressing Club, amount of saving is pretty ter, however, mid some of the hotels small upon which to take-th- e chance have Introduced bathrooms,-a- n innovaGUNTIIER BLDO., CENTER ST. tion brought about mainly to batlsfy o readjusting a Tariff which has d man In conAmerican demands. A writer in the kept every HARTFORD, KY. (X, New York Suu tells how the bath is stant employment. Watcrtown usually enjoyed: Y.) Standard. Like most Intimate" affairs In France, the .bath partakes of the nature of n Quit Calomel; It Is dangerous. Try public function. There Is also n choice that vegein the mutter. The nmbulnuce bath Grlgsby'a Bockbce'a "Full ot was one franc fifty n bath, or you got table liver syrup guaranteed to pro- tVdiareed Seeds have Life" Northern tTfnflik a mutation of a season ticket for one franc twenty. duce even better results than calo anccosful seed BTowinr behind them. ilif siaaW It oosa mat mel it is absolutely harmless and """ ,ne A man wheels a handcart, which CarSeasonable Specialties: rie's a receptacle tilled- with hot wa- pleasant to take. Any child can tako BBANS Earliest Red Valentine . . $3.50 Stafci ter, surmounted Jy a tub. to your door. It with safoty. Ask J. H. Williams, Kefufree . . (ti InW Kitra Parl He brings the tub on bis bead to your Hartford, Ky. New Stringless Grew Pod . tl7 Wardwell's Imm; Kidney Wax Um room and returns with the hot water, .. " v l'T. . , 94.75 ansae uavis new ..." was wmic two covered pallfuls at n time. He Cunie's Rust irtool Wax . U.s Baskef , Significant. then retires to the courtyard und waits PEAS. . JjoBoaiet Extra Early Alaska . till you' have finished the bath. His Wffcr are the soup houses that tho New Early Gradua jysa BaaM. v ' Horsford'a Market Garden-- . J3.50 FVt cheerful whistle floats up to the win- Republicans said would be brought Buckbee'a Lightning; Express JeVoa Fanhti dow to the accoiupanlmeut of your into exlstncce by a Free.. -- Trade Tar lAtttsca. KatfUa. Toauto and a fnt'liae spinsuings ns n reminder that you iff? asked Mr. Bryan in his Cimden 'i?jini?"i.B.u'Al'2!!!X,?S5 nhnillil linf linear tvltlnli vnti nra tint ur requirements and wllfqaatrarfcea. HtUe early for pm.,t,..i t ,i 7n i,. ,...,.,..i -- . I1!11- - Well, it's p uuy aireci irom ine grenrer save Mooex. " ' Write today. Mention this: paper. jsoup houses cold weather isn't hero of a French iathtub. Wl and W6 hav been unde" a Dem- The foreign lady's bath Is n sort of gala day for the neighborhood. If fre- - ocratlc Tariff only a few weekB. ISeUBicUetSf.. tectrwdSeNrersu; MMLI (jiipnt. the event Is dlseusspd by the But Is there no significance In tin; neighbors ucroxs tho way. "Truly, laying off of 3,000 hands at the Baldthat cota dear; they lire bleu des mil- win Locomotive works? Doe3 the In- -' lionaires, ces dailies Amcrlcalnes!" crease in. the number of business failAnd the children dock to count the and CURE palls as they are turned out. All of ures reiiorted by tho .commercial LUNCSJ this Is well calculated to make the occa- agencies mean nothins? What about sion one of keen embarrassment for tho enormous shrinkage In the .valWITH " ues of stocks and bonds since the ' laily. Domocrats came into power? Straws X" show the way the wind 1s blowing. Modest Fitzgerald. Edward Fitzgerald was utterly careTho Tariff less of his fame. lie lived to be an struck a blow at scores of Now PKICK old man, yet not one In u million of Jersey Industries, depriving employer Trial five his fellow countrymen regarded hliu'na and employe of that Protection AMD ALL THROW AND LUtttTROOKXS. n poet, even If they had heard, his against foreign competitors which GTABANTKED BATISFAOt name mentioned ns an old chum of Alono" and hltfh wages ' OB MONEY REFUNDS: Yet ho translated gave profits to fred Teunyson. en "The Rubalyat of Omar, Khayyam" to the long years before his death. lie kept It "chucking about." apparently not thinking It worth publication, nnd LIV-VER-LFOR FLETCHER'S when ho did print a few copies nobody AX took uny notice of It. Today It Is one of (ho most famous poems lu the $200." A MONTH - - Thifs m fire-pro- moner-maklp- jr e jie.B locifi" nr -- jarfe-factor- ' YTMe-awa- J , ; i Cleaned i Pressed and neatly done. work special attention. I I called for and delivered. per 1 rate month. able-bodie- i H v SEEDS .... V 1 H. W. BUCKBEE KILLthc the couch tue-forel- Dr. King's Wilson-Underwo- New DiscMiri ("CUSP Bt other.-rCamd- Poa.-Telegra- ni. Children Cry WorkT "On. CASTORIA Bryan's Doubtful Assurance. USE seat when the teacher began a quiz ou the lesson of the previous Sunday. Finally his turn came. "Harry, who slew Goliath with a pebble?" "Honest teacher," said Harry, "1 don't know; I didn't even know he was dead." New York Tress. First He'd Heard of It. Harry returned to Sunday school, after a tang absence, oti the day --ou which tickets for the annual picnic were 'distributed, lie trembled lit his "sraaawMMtat.. av - ' x X Send Subscription Order At Once, To Us . No subscriptions accepted for any term oxcopt six mouths or one year. French Fairy Tale. French nursery literature If poor in rhymes Is singularly rich In fnlry tales. Three of the world's greatest fnlry tnlo writer were Fr'cnch-I- .n . Chnrles' Perrault. the Countess D'Anlnoy. Of these three, the greatest. In this partlculnr line was undoubtedly Charles lYrruult, to" whom we, owe "Cinderella." "Puss In Boots" ami "Bluebeard." Hut the Countess n'A ninny gnve us the "Yellow Dwarf" nnd "Ileauty nnd the Henst.'" To Antolne Oalland. another Frenchman, we have to render thanks for the first European translation of the "Arabian Nlghts."-Lond- nn Foil-tnln- Just the Other Way. Old iJidy (offering policeman n tract) I ofteu think you poor Kllcemen run such a rink of becoming bad. being so ipnstantly mixed up with crime. Policeman You needn't fear, tuuiu. It's the criminals wot runs the risk u' saints, beln' mixed Ms. up- with London Punch. Explained. Mr. Agile (to Mr. Stoutman, running old boy! 1 thought for a carl-He- llo, you were too lazy to run like that. Mr. Ftoutman (languidly) Easily explained, my dear boy; laziness runs In our family. Llpplneott's Magazine. I have a very tittlo mouth, lu the glass It doesn't look largo enough to bold my tongue riiiMixiiul (testily It lsut London Agreed. W'iro Do you know Chronicle. Every rlKht nctlon and true thought nets the neitl of Its beauty on the. person and the face. John Ituskln. 4l'wt;rs. reat.-Stemu. Men tire tbciiibclxc lu tho pursuit of I ' la., as.Mr. Ho an, at Waterlco, sured an Interviewer that the now , Tdriff was sure to mukc tho cost I of living cheaper, but he burround- -' cd Mild assurance with so manyw,lfs" and "huts" that It really has llttlo value, even as an expression of opFeel right all the time. Don't lay ofE inion. "Tho extent of the reduction," from work for days bv taking cakiareS kecp3 yoci ho says cautiously, "Is difficult to when pleasant Liv- - Ver-La- x calculate In advance, because a num- - on youi 'feet, while rcliovinByourtoJub- to take. Doa't le. Safer too. and bcr of factors aitor luto tho sltua- - tako .j $oa caa't afford cIse tlon." But why speak of calculating In jt. Eliminates poisons, cleanses sys- advancc, because a number of factor tern and relieves constipation. A. nat- natural in advance, when the now law Is al- - ""1 remedy,and certain (tsactiow, . si re in its effect in results-- It ready In operation? But as if ho wont bo long before Liv- - Vtr-La- x wi!I had not been careful enough, tho completely displace calomel in every Secretary of Stato goes on to say; home. Children can tako it freely and c-safety, cry boUlo "The tendency of a fall in prices Is witherfect to Increase tho demand, and an in- - ffenuino without tho likeness and ehoo crease in tho demand, to some turo of L. K. Gricsby. For. sale by J. H. WILLIAMS, - Hartford. ICy. will check the fall." 3hls does not sound like tho fearless William Jennings Ilryun, who would do all sorts of .things without tho aid or consent "of any other nation on earth." It sounds moro Uko the immortal Jack Bunsby, who talked against tlmo und never arrived anywhere. There is a big difference between being a fighter nnd . Succeed when everythluff bolntf an apologist. Philadelphia InIn nervous prostration and femata quirer. weaknesses they are the snpremi remedy; as thousands have testified. Your Liver I.acks Grlgsby's FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND Try a bottlo today. SatisfacSTOMACH THOU2LE tion guaranteed. Ask J. II. Williams, f, it i3 the bcit rtiedlclno ever scld y over a dru(j(jist'3 courttr. Hartford, Ky. . For Lazy Liver and the Troubles o Constipationw ox-te- Electric Bitters else-falt- '"j,'"iiTT-7rTTmTia,w- rr Sifc .. - -- "T' "VTWtT""" Harttord Republican. Kntartd nrrordlBK to lw t Mr PottotJic WtMford, Ky., ttill mMr,of th rmd cUm, Of course the American cattle t " "3 imported C.OOU quarters of chilled TUPAPPD RFFF WnWiAGreatTding For the Farmers. dressed beef from Argentine Into UnLftlLIV ULLI Thcro wl)1 t0 a reduction next the New York market. I year of $ I a ton on miRiir beets do- The new Tariff has added $10 to illured nt Colorado factories. One the value of every head of Canaduui C. M. BARNETT, Editor & Proprietor Land, Farm Labor Colui.ido company alone s'lced 1,2.V, cattte, according to Canadians them-self- High-Price- d ear. Next 000 tons of beets this preThis Is contrary to tho year this company will pay the farmto Address all communications and Cattle Feed statesdiction of the wise Free-Trathan this jcar. ers $1,250,000 k-The Hartford Republican. men who are responsible for the new These are among tho "benefits' that Forbid. Tariff, who reasoned that If they I'nliirnilri dinners are1 colliz to re- NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS removed the duty on cattle tho latcurve from the reduction of the Tarto u nrw &3twrttr dltlne th (.upfront ter, which were cheaper in Canada ddrnwjnni't pIt tlif old mldn-- In ninllnir tbe iff on Sugar. But when, beMnnlng than In the United States, would be That prices of boefstake, roast i)cef,j rtgiivt. uth Jamlnry lf mG, foreign osugars Cnfollcit'l nnnncrlpt will not tw rtnr;ird sent across the border In droves and veal, etc., will probably never Ikj come on n complete cnlfK wompnl"l l.r thereby Immediately knock out the lll rMrir no eomtuntilnitlon lower, but go even higher, Is the IkisIs,. what wijl Colorado farmers get Anooymuon high cost of living. Prices to Ammintkc I'mf. W. J. , for tholr beets? Not enough to i ericans desiring to' buy Cnnadlnn ninnm.-. vlou- tnkr.i i,v for raising them. Then they will ptop cattle are on a strict parity with Kennedy, director of agricultural ex- growing su:ar beets. Oh, os: "lli UnltAt States. With tension at tho Iowa State College. L ....... 3 those In tho R3U(h SitTTBT. new freedom of trade," as School-mustCanadian cattle, ns with other There will be no return to what Wilson calls It, is going to from which duty has been taken FRIDAY, NOVEMBER ?S. has been looked uixm ns a normal be a great thing for American farmoff or reduced In late jears, tho high price will continue to reign, the Am- price of beefsteak, ntul Prof. Keen-oil- y ers. holds out little hope that cheap U lilt? Cattle going down, erican consumer wl!l be no better 'Who For Sale. off, the United States Treasury loses beef will over again prevail In the steak same old price. Ce:kereis, mart, Buff Opplngton tho duty and the foreign Importer United States, where land Is high strain. $1.00 and $1.50 ech: lo reaiis the profit. Did you forget and simply land farm labor well paid. MHS. P. D. TWEDDEI.t., thanks for the turke? to Hartford, K., It. 7. of Labor Lost j "It Is really amusing to listen The Great Problem nnu reau oi inc many reason Are you gettlns what you expect20tf. Cumberland 'phone. highest jwlnt Wages are now at the for the present high prices ed under the new Tariff law? that they have ever reached ami were !of beef and other meat products,"sns REPORT OF THE CONDITION If eggs go to one dollar n dozen, raised to that point by the Protec- Prof. Kennedy. "Some iicople place - OF THE do? what will the are (all the blame on the farmer, otheia American wa-'tive Tariff. wages In Eu- j blame the packer and still others the treble the The HartfonTHerald has succ?edel double and BOCKPORT DEPOSIT BANK rope and only because of the Protec- I retail butcher. in getting itself recommended as a support has been I "A careful study will reveal that tive Tariff. That good paper- for Socialists to read. Doing Business at the Town of IloeL- cut away by the new Tariff law. Can j no one of them Js" really responsible. port. County of Ohio, State-c- f Senator James has at last landed high wages be sustained without this The price-- are governed by the l.iw Kentucky, nt the Close of Brother Edgar in a good Job, and support? of suply and demand. Business on Hth Day of all the other Kentucky Democrats , The answer to the question is soon "For the first time In the history November, 1U13. jto come. Business and manufactur- j of modern civilization, our ieople rejoice. (?) adjust themselves to the are facInK what appears to a near- ItESOUIlCES. The next legislature should amend ing must new conditions. It is admitted at Ibeef famine. It has b?cn facing us I .onus and Discounts .. ..$37,019.52 the game law so that some one can Washington that "some Industrie's ever; since i07. Between January I. 'overdrafts, get a few birds, besides the cxjiert secured and un- must be abandoned as competition 1907, and January 1, 1013, our supply j 2fiC.Sl shot from the city. scured with Europe labor will be hopeless." of off some 15,070,Uz ' Felix-DTrays he loves It is almost logically conceded that OoO beef cattle fell 32 per cent, while Stocks, Bonds and other se Gen. oo head, or about curities Mexico dearly, but somehow he seems the workingman must dvc up some 8,309.92' our population Increased about 10,-- 1 Uue from Banks 1o prefer the soil of some other part of his wage to meet the 000,000 people. This would not be Cash on hand 3,510.40 country, at present. such a serious matter from the Cash other Checks and Is l.nd the prices of necessaries are standpoint if it applied just 00 no doubt holdMrs. Pankhurst-Items going down. to the United States. A careful study reserve the things she would goinc up instead of ing in Banking House, Furniture. Higher prices and lower wages is to of the beef cattle situation in nil 4,011.61 like to say about us. Wait 'till she and Fixtures be the price of Tariff reform. countries clearly in- Other Real Estate 33S.2" stole. on the other New Jersey has been hard hit in dicates that there is a world-wid- e Other Assets not Included A great many nice compliments her great industrial Interests. Her shortage, as in only two countries, 00 under any of above heads 1 were paid us upon the general make- working icople do not yet realize Australia and France, lias beef proup of our last issue. Hope we can the severity of the blow, because duction kept pace with Increase in Total maintain our reputation. its effects are only beginninc to be population since 1S90. LIABILITIES. by manufacturers, and they are "Between 1906and 1912 our ex- Capital Stock paid in, in that if felt We studying how they may keep on their ports of live cattle fell off about 93 $15,000.00 we could live through 'thanksgiving cash give employment per cent and our exports In fresh beef 3,667.41 Christmas, we could make it feet and continue to and Surplus Fund to their hands. decreased 97 per cent. Our Imports Undivided Profits, less exthrough the rest of the year. The great problem is labor cost. of live cattle Increased from 2G.000 833.SC penses and taxes paid .. The ProKresslves in Louisville have It would be simple If they could get. head in 1906 to 326,000 in 1912. In Deposits subject to , abandoned their contest for city and labor at the cheap European rate, December, 1908, the reserve stock of $20,843.09 check county offices. Democrats in Ohio but If they are to contlnua n anu- - U-e-f in tho coolers of this country ,couaty might a ell emulate the exam- facturing the labor mu:' lv reduced amounted to 265,500,000 iounds, and Demand Certificates 00 of Deposit ple. and wages mutt c;mc down. It is In 1912 It was estimated at only 13,294.56 Time Deposits either ttc .or .he closed factories. pounds. On Wonder If the editor of the HartCertified Checks .. Eliza'.e'h (N. J.) Journal. "There is much spccujptlon as to Cashier's checks outford Herald has been reading Pastor what effect the new tariff law, which 407.62 34,545.27 RuseeM's Sermons. If not, how does standing Canada Appreciates the Gift. has placed meat on the free list, will Due Banks and Trust Comhe hapen to be so weN up on what Amd the growing chorus of have on the cost and supply 'of beef 1,000.00 panies be preaches? of the Democratic Tariff and In this country. It may Bervc tem- Notes and Bills Redlscount- The Mexican situation to date: the very real fears that its worst porarily to reduce somewhat the 00 cd says Huerta's power Is is not iet known, it Is comforting to cost of beef, but It will not have Unpaid Dividends Wilson 00 crumbling, and Huerta sajs Wilson hear some praise of It: a permanent Influence. Europe Is Reserve for taxes 00 ifi weakening. i It is conceded that the great re- meat hungry, and thus will bid Bills Payable 00 Now that the wedding cake has all duction In the United States Tar- against our people for tho surplus Other Liabilities not Included under any of above handed out, many hungry, iff will be of much benefit to the meat of the Argentine, Australia .been 00 weary, waiting Democrats would be farmers.lumbermen and lime .manufac- and other exporting countries. heads to see the President cut some turers of New Brunswick. The first "Even the most optimistic believgjd Important result Is reported from ers in free meat figure that at the $55,046.51 Total "pje" any old pre. Carleton county, which ships large very outside not more than 1000 head State or Kentucky,) U Mrs. Stanley should decide to quantities of potatoes. A shipment of cattle a week, or 2,000,000 jiounds )Sct. use (he 175,000. which she recently of 25 carloads of potatoes was made of beef, can be expected. This amount " . County of Ohio. ) bod JvHled to her, in her husband's to New York immediately after the would barely furnish enoup.li for our We. W. P. Her and Jas. 1. Senatorial campaign, JlcCreory and now Tariff went'lnto effect and the annual Increase in opuIation. President and Cashier of the price Jumped to $1.20 per barrel to Beckham bad as well withdraw. "Beef cattle were grown in former above named Bank, do solemnly swear the farmers where less than a week years on free land or land very low that the above' statement Is true H is announced that the Kentucky ' - n ylue. The present prices of land. only 70 to 75 cents wer to the best of our knowledge and be branch of the Standard Oil Compa-- J fered. impossible ! lief. ja'bor maJa Ccol lui ny iBjolhs to declnrt- - u 200 percent W. P. 1LER, President. leen thfi Another evident? bf tici Benefit to to produce cheap beef. The fdrnier dividend. Wlmt might liae be derived was sho'wn in an immed- Is not going to produce beef for prices JAS. 1. HOSICK. Cashier. ilivUlenil. If the. Standard Oil Comiate Increase in the quantity of freight below what his corn ami other f'roj Subscribed and sworn to before mo pany had not been dissolved? n offered for the steamers from St. John are worth in the open iwrkA'. this 20th day of November, 1913. " for preservlnH tlYe calves and Correct Attest: to Boston. It is said thatKentucky has My Commission Expires February The quotations are from a statement young stock is not practical and in miles of public rouds with only hard Issued from the St. John board of my" Judgment will never work. L. REID, " 10,000 Improved. This is pre-'t- y 15th, 1914. against tho wholesale slaughNotary Public. on the party which has had control trade bulletin. They show tliat Canof the law making body of the State ada, for one, appreciates the gift of ter of heifer calves, and cows Is it U also bound to como and will bo very he!p-fu- l. the American markets. for more than half a century. oing promised low "pricIndicated that the which-is-gthe es are not yet In sight. The stor "Neither tho packer nor the retail Gov. rounds, to the effect that butcher. is to blame for ' conditions. AUleboro (Mass) Sun only worked long enough at Look at tho price of beef on the his own road working to got his Clean Case of Tariff to Blame. hoof at any stock yards and then picture "took," Is', we bollovo a If you want to know how tho Tar- note the selling pried of dressed beef dander Intended to injure the po- iff Increases the cost of living, take to tho butcher. As for the rotall I 'aEMkvvl r7? litical prospects of a worthy tho case of eggs. Since tho duty of butcher, he finds that the great mafive cents a dozen was removed by jority of his customers call for law the steaks and roasts, and few of them JCew York Democrats are now the Underwood-Simmon- s claiming that neither Tamany nor price of eggs has Increased from 10 want tho less dcBlrable parts; thus Suiter ever lclonged to the Demo- to 20 cents a dozen. Under a Tariff ho must raise the prices on the decratic party. Beforo this Wilson ad- of a cent and a half a pound meat sirable portions to offset tho loss ministration Is oer a great many of wont up 10 cents a pound, and has on tbe others. g "The best way to reduce the cost citizens will be gone still higher since meat was placour ready to deny that they were over ed on the free list. So It becomes of UvinB from the beet standpoint perfectly plain that the Tariff was would be to purchase some of the Democrats, also. to blame when there was a Tariff less desirable portions at reasonable Canadian Beef and Cattle. on oKgs and meat, and that tho Tar- prices and have them prepared and Tar- iff Is still inoro to blaino when there served In a palatable way. Thus, tho I Binre the consider second to jione In the iff law became effeotlvo there has Is no Tariff on eggs and moat. Wo secret of reducing the cost of living, country, and superior to any in the Is concerned, must sof ar as beef been uch a rush of Canadian cattle trust that we have made this clear. city at any price. A small quantity iii a jargo measure rest with tho and beef Into the United States marof It goes a long way, because it Is The Country 'Realizes It. housewifo. kets that the Canadians themshes satisfying and 'nourishing. "Beef cattle should be grown on "1 cannot realize that 1 have beeu are apprehonslve of a moat famino. our farms as a part of tho soil conYOU SAVE MONEY. Swjft & Co., big Chicago packers, President over seven montlis and that said servation ulan. To succeed in this the other day received l.OOO.OOOlbs., of tho Tariff bill has passed," you buy ycur feed hero. It Woodrow. But tho country realizes work, wo must put moro land under. when dnsed beef, 30 carloadb In one means tho best in quality at tho low- Edmontonk Alberta It, and If there la any Jasper that irrass and throueh the use of the from t market prices. Try mo, Province, Canada, ,wblc) cost half a doesn't think he fully realizes It, silo, utilize more of our cornstalks. t tlllifl millions of acres of which are annucent a pound laid down in Chicago I. Yilirt 1VrtV o 4 Via fintll re-- , ally wasted and grow some alfalfa Jectf than American beef cattle wvre a slant at stock market and bank on every farm. Then and then alone Chicago stockyards porta for tho last four months. bringing in the The Produce Merchant Falls (N. C.) Yellow, will bo In position to get back profon the hoof, and tho buyers saved Moravian HARTFORD, - KENTUCKY Into the business of raisin? i itably the exjewe pf UUlug and dressing. t Jacket. er will like this. And Armour grow& Co. NO PROSPECT FOR I beef cattle and furnishing American beef for American people.' m F.DW. W. SMITH. Pre. ' M. D, PAYNR, c end Trem. J S. LRACII,MniM. rA , l iA null I v " c ' ? ' s. de - I SRIeBBKSBSn IHHMVHHIewHPIWPHvHPEI' ". I."" T . .- -- tnt. i Frei'-TraJ- j L ' ! er pro-duc- ts vlHHBIBVeHHIBS'-f' I ' "iSo'arJ ' '"r gtf' 'oWB-.JUL illUJ. 3 'fail r jm.' 'A'IK v fcwrrHBFTJT"i ,iLtlJWMBWHBBMLJul!JL. I es - HTBfirHKBP4rreRXKv LnHkHlvlaAlLSIHBi Z - ' ! THE E. W. SMITH CO. Incorporated. Owensboro, Kentucky The Largest Complete House Furnishing: Store bef-produci- in Western Kentucky. 'Everytrjinir in Furniture. Carpets, Rujrs, window Shade-.MaUihp, Curtains, Stoves, Ranges and Refrigerators show n in large.varieties. ONE PRICEand PLAIN FIGURES IS SMITH'S WA&wWRITE US FOR CUTS AND PRICES. . e Prompt Attention Given Mail Orders. Pay The Freight, Wc . .... dsap-prov- al DOINgTTCRKHTTMNC VE HAVE AWDE OURS That people make their. GotiD lug by RESOLVED, WWrmSMGTHC DFAL ALWAYS". WINS. confipence oroun PATRON5. .talARE. OUR. PATKONS ifmmb KCEP 7j)tM CW HAVE CfSjjrr Ho-slc- k. f- ;sjLnB!i5 (the right thinc LUCK BY DOJNd 1 pr m ...'' .,. - tag-Islato- 58,-0- Scn-tme- nt MY SPECIAL WE ARE NOT DEPENDING ON LlCK. WE AR.E MAKING GOOD AND TAKING A CHANCE ON WHAT HAPPEN ry BLEND FEED J. IF WE PLEAJE YOU AND GIVE YOU YOUR MoNEY',5 WORTH WE WILL WE CAN'T HELP BUT GIVE YOU A JQUARE.DEAL AND SEND YOU AWAY AGAIN. IT AND CONFIDENCE WE MAKING GOOD. So YOU WILL S YOUR REGULAR CU-STo- COME AREArT.ER. COME. IN, AND WE WILL CONVINCE YoAT WE ARE Wilson-Underwo- CARSON & CO. INCORPORAfEI, T W. E. ELLIS ' IT" Hartford, Kentucky. nitMirf i Trv""- - &ji aafflw a. rf .Mvfc. .jftlL-.; .- m h. aj ""' ' M Italith & O'Bannon kcop constant-- ! ly on hjiiid all kinds of Fresh Meats,' ti RIGHT INEW! Our buyer has just re- Groceries, Flour and Feed Stuff. Your patronage Prices reasonable. I l'Jt4. solicited. I I jI Misses Mnry Laura Pendleton and Ion llcdrlck entertained a number of tl.ulr younK friends, nt tlic homo of thu former, with a "tacky" party The Old Reliable Mitchell Wagon I last ovcnlng. v ' turned from the market where he was able to pick up some of the very new- est fabrics in Goods, Woolen Dress Silks, Mercerized Suiting, Honey Comb : Mr. Kd II. Hiirrel, Roskport, has' 'advertised his business and personal property In Ohio county for sale, and will move to Zolfo, Fla., where ho will make his future home. Dr. 1'Irtlu has arranged one of the dental j most complete and parlors In WcBtcrn Kentucky, In the ,old V. M. C A. building on Center streit, where he Is now pcrma-Jnentl- y located. I j te L Weaves, etc. These goods are very scarce on the market and we consider ourselves quite fortunate to own them. We are showing also some very swell garments in Cloaks and New Suits. If interested we would be j vMcCill Patterns glad to show you the 56331 Coat 5636, Skirt Price 15 cents each above lines. Anything in the way of trimmings including the new Bulgar- ian Silks and Velvets. Polite Salesladies to give you suggestions in regard to making. McCall Patterns carried in stock. YOU'LL LOOSB MONEY, If you buy a homo In Hartford bafore you sue me. Will ho filail to sttow jou me house any time. Will remain In J. H. TAIM'AN, Hartford. MITCHELLBLEWIS.CO. LIM. RACINE. WIS. x Jeweler and Optician. 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 We arc "publishing u statement of the condition of tho Itoekport Deposit Hank in this Issue, which Is u 5. t credit to this growing Institution. It Is fast becoming ono of the strongest banks In the county. Have Just received :i car loads of hay, one ear of Michigan Timothy, ono car of No. 1 1'ca Green Colorado Irrigated Alfalfa, and one car of No. 1 Clover. W. E. ELLIS, Produce Merchant, Hartford, Ky. 1814. The Mothodlst : down at your nearest railroad station. tlneorporat.d 1. J. IUIxLLI Lv.J Owensboro, Ky. ladles will oen GIVE THE STORY OF complicates the reward "affair consid their annual bazaar in the Hartford : : Co. building corner .Main and Dru Center streets December 2, and continue thrco days. A fine turkey dinner served each day. Handsome, useful artlcks for sale. Tho place to take your friend for dinner or lunch. Money to aid In worthy cause. erably. Besides Detective Burko and his man mentioned in the deposition, R. McAhally, of Olema, Cal., also wants a share. He bases his claim on his telegram to Detective Burke. The latter, as seen by his deposition, attempted to knock the O'.ema ex pressman out of the claim by his statement that he had watched the house at 362 Third street all night prior to the receipt of the telegram In his by the police department. deposition he files the telegram with the time H was sent and" received. In dlsposInB of the, reward the court Is asked by George Ellis, former Chief of Police of Houston, Texv not to forget him. He claims 'that he gave the first news that resulted In the arrest of Wendllng. He notified the police department that Wendllng was near .Huouston. Capt. Carney, he says, went there. but arrived too late. He then told Capt. Carney of Mrs." Munea, In Missouri. Mrs. Munea, according to her de position, informed the police that Wendllng was In Vallejo, Cal., and showed them postal cards she bad recelevd from him there. From her information, she saye, Capt. Carney wired to Detotclve Burke in San Francisco the (tip tvlat ended in tho arrest of Wendllng. All the claimants, Mrs. Munea, Burke and Ryan, the ex pressman, McAnalley, and unlet oe police Ellis have filed suits claiming the reward. How much will be left for tho contestants when the court and lawyers get through, is a hard tiling to conjecture. " GOMPERS AGAIN CHOSEN WENDLIKG'S CAPTURE partner, Detective Ryan, tho express Depositions by San Francisco De PRESIDENT I JU Mr. B. P. Thomas received a tel Ad?ourns After Electing tectives in Reward Case egram Wednesday morning pearing the sad news of the death of his Officers. Received Here. sister, Mrs. Kato Owen, In the city of Chicago. Mrs. Owen was born and reared In Hartford and married iMr. Seattle, Wash., Nov. 24. The Am In the depositions of Detective W. II. Owen, of OwcnsUoro, where erican Federation of Labor adjourn of San Francisco, they resided many cars. As Miss Thomas F. Burke, ed Saturday night after electing offi Detective George Kate Thomas, she Is still remembcr- - and his partner, cers and choosing Philadelphia as tho hed by many of our older citizens. Ryan who arrested Jossph Wendllng, place of Its "next convention, which Her death was not unexpected as ouu! anfARno'i uf pouj aiOM qapiM will assemble on the second Monday she had lingered for some timo In Contest over the $6,000 reward, the of NovembpK-191-4. The officers chos" " an unconscious condition after all spectacular side of the capture entirely en are: hope of her recovery had been aban- disappears. President, Samuel Gompenf. doned. Her remains were brought o The account glvn out wjvea WendFirst vice, president, James Duncan. hero and the burial will tako place llng was arrested stated that theal-legSecond vice president, James OTOii-ne- ll. Fresh barrel ofKraut. . . at Oakwood some time today. Her W. II. MOORE & SON. 19t2. of .Alma Kellqer was murderer two brothers. Messrs. John C. and arrested In San Francisco while fold Third vice president, Dennis A. Don't forget the Mothodlst ladles ' E. P. Thomas reside here. Hayes. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 28. ing under a sink in his boarding house bazaar . December 2, 3 andM. ' 'Fourth vice president, Joseph H. i. .;, ; that he strenuosly denied his Iden. "Mlschko went Mr. and Ihr. H.'-BRemoval Notice. Valentine. tity for some time, and that his final M. H. ft E. Railroad Time Table to Bvansvllle"thlB .week to visit rel- - I have moved my office from the Identification came only after con Fifth vice president, John R. Alattves. V. A pine. Ohio County Bank Bulldln.', where siderable work on tho part of the de at Hartford, Ky. Sixth vice president, H. B. Per-hafor the past fifteen The I bad Old newspapers fpra LAN. time card effective Monday ReDubllcan office. ' Bis', hi lc at for a years, to been new building Just across tectives. In his deposition, states that ndle the Burke .Aug. 21st ,1 13tf. on Center street, where the Y. M. he entered the house .where Wcndling Seventh vice president,, 'John P. No., 112 North Bound due 7:19 a. m. nickel glad boarded after watching the house White, president of the United Mlno C. A. formerly was, and will Mr, dally except Sunday. Iva Nail has returned from Workers of America. to see my patients and friends at my all night and seeing WendllnKs face V He. 114 North Bound due 1:15 p. m. a business trip, to Ilou'Jtlhsvllle and new1 location. Eighth vice president, Frank Duffy. ,N at a window. Nashville. ' .dally except Sunday. .. IJL' general secretary of the Brotherhood I desire to express ,my sincere "Wo entered the house," states due-8:4m. a. MIm Mabel Webb. .Hartford R. 3, thanks 'Niti 116 South Bound of Carpenters and Joiners. for the liberal iatronage the deposition, "and asked for Wend7 -.allw avtoltt flnndftV. paid oup,jQfnce a;xplcasaht call Wed- - which you have given me in the llng. The landlady informed us that , Jfc... Treasurer, -John B. Lannon. Jm"J. r. No. 113 Solrth 'Bound due 1:46 p. m, neeuay 'aiteroooiu , Secretary, Frank Morrison. past and as I am now better cmiln. i- - peisis uatfj om. 'Wai pun. q - dally except Sunday. Mrs. .A J, VlTuianjelspent Than.k-B'lvln- g ped and better situated, I shall try search. The landlady walked down For delegates to the British Trades H. B. MISCHKE, Agt. wlh her tb'rotber, Mr. U. Unions' Congress, W. D. iMahon, Into give evon better service than the hall and knocked at a door. at owonsboro. ternational president of the Brotherever. Wendllng walked out, and Detective hood of Street and Electric Railway Remember the location, as It Is Ryan caught him by , Tho Methodist ladies will close Employes, was elected over Council"Is this the man? he asked. their bazaar with a candy pulling less than ono hundred feet away man Frederick L. Whecelr, of Los from tho ono formerly occupied. "I replied that he was. Wo asked next Thursday night. Respectfully, Angoles, by a vote of 14,603 to 3,834. him If his name was 'Wendllng and The Ohio" County Drug Co., will J- - R. PIUTLBi Dentist. Owensboro Optical House. John Mltcholl nominated Malum and If JDO .was, from Louisville, Ky. Ho have ft large. Display of Holiday 2Qt4, looked-t- m as a ' told us no, but upon asking htm again goo& In a fow day. Hartord, Ky., Nov. 1. I havo used Wheeler's vote was " A Little Late. he admitted that he was Wendllng." glasses made by. R. C. Hardwlcks test of Socialist strength. . Messrs. V. M. Bardwoll and Guy For second delegate to the British It !a announced from Washington In tho deposition Burko gives the "sssasslBsflBsMNi Sutelcr, Taylor Mines, wcro hero that Secretary Redfleld has ordered history of tho Wendllng arrest from Optician, Owensboro, .Ky., to my en Trades Unions' Congress, Matthow on business, Wednesday. tiro satisfaction. Ills house and ma Woll, of the Photo Engravers' Union, tlfo Bureau oMForeign and Domestic tho bediming. Those, turkey dinners at tho Meth- Commerce to start an Immediate Infor making lenses are the was unanimously elected. Ho received a telegram from Cant chlnery Butte, I have just received a large odist ladlesInbazaar will bo up to past vestigation Into tho cost of produc- Carney or tho Loulsvlllo police force most complete In tho State, and he Mortimer Donoghue, of to allia,rtlcular3.r the reputation' tion of all kinds of clothing, Includ- from Missouri, stating that Wend- employs none but experienced work- Mont., was chosen dele&ate line of Canadian Trades Congress. Tho ladles Social Club, of Taylor ing hosiery and knit Roods. A large llng was belleed by Mrs. Munea tp , Mines, gave a very delightful jlanco. corps of assistants will bo needed bo In Vallejo, Cal. Hq wont there men. C. M. BARNETT. Will Continue to Fix Prices. Tuesday evening. carry on tills work, and the to nt Taylor .Mines but endllng, who, under tho namo of Free-TraEngland has enormous authorized tho chief of the Henry Jacquemln, had been working Mr. and Mrs, R. B. Eoe Simmer-ma- n Assassines of Liberty. trusts. Tho new Tariff Jaw will not employ tho necessary as- as a-- Bardener, had loft. Detective spent Thanksgiving with their bureau to "Men who contribute money to I disturb trust corjwratlons and comsistants. The Investigation will cov- Burko met aglrl named Alice Mil daughter, Miss Wlnnlo. In Nashville. production of cloth- ler, who Informed him that Jacquemln buy votes to bribe tho people's rep binations. It will strengthen thorn cost of Buy your Holiday Cakos, - Apples, er tho ing the world ovcr.Jt would seem had given her his picture. Tho girl resentatives, as well" as those who at the exjcnse of the Independents. Peanuts and Popcorn, OronSes (two disburse It. aro deadly enemies of tho The big and powerfu organization better tlmo to .have started for five cents) at R. L. Dover & Co., that a investlagtlon was'beforo the turned the picture over to him, and republic. Their greed and love of can weather a gale that would wreck such an was Identical to the pictures sent H And respectfully request Union btreet, city. power are greater than their love of he litttle follow. Meat will still too bill was ipassod; not aftoaiioj 'ouiABmoq oui 4q ino ' you to call and see the Miss Marlo""Austln has accepted er combina They Impair iopular re- In of lihas gone lnte eKeot. Indeed, mont of Wendllng. From friends of country. law, which Is the only safe tion,tho hands tho tho meat tho Sugar In Heaver ixun mgn tho position sugar in hands of 'testimony given before tho House tho Miller woman ho learned that spect for largest and best lino of School vacated by Prof. Shults, coun- tho Committee on Ways and Means and Jacquamln had Bone to San Francisco guard for life and property; and It Trust. They will continue to fix the day for the nation prices. And as for clothing made out Shot Guns, Ammunition, ty superlnto,ndeut-elec- t. land Senate Committee, on Fi UvlnK at 362 Third street. will bo an evil Thanksulvlng servloea ,wro. nance was ample to coniviuoe mm and was preservation depends upon 0f wool In what jwrtlcular Is tho itfc., over brought to Union Ho returned to 'Frisco and watch- when Its hold at tho Christum Church yestcr--- ! and JntolUKent ierson ed the house all night, v assisted their patriotism and courage.' Thoy purchaser to benefit by the greatly Hartford, conducted by Rev. B. W. Napier, that tho then existing Tariff du-H- by a Frenchman who knew Wcndling may masquerade .In tho tfailb of right- - reduced prices? Something over throe day , befit and of tho Methodist church. and address tho peoplo In yards of cloth goes Into the suit of Goods ih wore 'none-- too' high to reasonably The next morning Detective Burko eousncs8, every Fri- protect tho hosier and knit goods called up his headquarters, and was the language of patroltlsm, but their the avcrago buslnsse man. Even If MoWng picture Bhows , tho lowest. . prices day and Satunlay,nlghU at Dr. BeanB Industries against a European wage Informed that a telegram was there virtues aro assumed they aro hyp- jhe purchaser got tho full benefit d songa and new rate that fa' little, moro than ocrites and assassins of liberty, and of the reduction, how, much would opera house. New relating to Wendllng. 'Thp telegram (than he save? Not over 50 cents on a 10 pictures. Adml8log 10c of tho American wage rate In was Wroni R. McAnally, an express would wolconio a dynasty rather Tariff asent of Oleuia, Cal, (also a claim- shod their blood in defense of popular to $50 suit, exports' figure-m- ay Hon, Hi "P. Taylor has rqturnefl tho sanio industries. But the City (Mich.) National. Farmer. government. from Lexington, where he has been was cut to the bone Just tho same. ant for the reWard), who stated that Grocerymftn under medical treatment, for sonio Now Secretary Redfleld Is going to ho had carried a trunk to the depot For Sale. Old and New Customers set sonr facts about production cost. for a man who resemblod Wendllng. tlmo, ontlrely recovered. HARTFORD, KY. door Tho trunk was billed to 362 Thtrd Good farm In Ohio .county, near over tho harness stock going to lock the stable HavlnK taken Mr. Glenn" Hanies", who Is in sahool Ho Is been stolne. and repair work of Mr. R. T. Her, Barnett8 Creek church, containing street, San Franolsco, at Elkton. wilPBpond tho Thanksgiv- after the horso lias will 120 acres, all in culthallou except Fresh Graham Flour at W. 11. ing holidays hero with his parents, After tho receipt of vthe telegram, I solicit trade In this lino and Did you know that Calomel Is . dwelling, bam Good bo was treat you rljstu. Do not forget that 5 A Son's. Mooro Mr. and Mrs. W. 11. Burnts. Mercury, and thaHts mercurlous ef- Detective Burko states that t In good reialr. headquarters fbr hardware and all man. With De I am still Amelia, Uttlo daughter of Dr. J, Likens '&. Actcii" will "open their fects wjll rulu the ..system, while sure ho had tho right Implo- - Well watered and In the oil belt. For tective Ryan ho returned to the house of ull kinds as well ns farm Is purely nu-u- t shop Saturday .morning. GrlKsby's ill ut toiuwUtls. new K. Plrtlo, la - lmenU Come to seo us when in terms ami particulars appij ui mm aud wrested Wcndling, as told bo ana mid can be used with office. S. h. KING, ,Mr w. R. Howard. Hartford R. 7, Will have all kinds of iresli town. Ask J. II'. Williams, fore, &c, ut tho right foct Bttfoty? meats, - .uurwl ., whiin iu town Wed BARNETT & SON, Agents. 17tf. i, Hartford, Ky. Tho deposition of Dative Burke , 19t4. Hartford, Ky, Be Wise and Trade With a House That Saves You Money. Death of Mrs. Owen. American Federation of Lobor J&I&GCK VU Hartford Republican. ed -- m. s-- -- the-.ariu.- . GUNS! GUNS! " S HOT GUNS, Sdc-reta- ry Rifles, Target SHvlls, die. Guns Ammunition, -- Free-T&rl- ff to fair-mind- ed V" one-thir- U. S. CARSON at-ren- ves-eiubl- e, !' tiZ&lJt. ,ijUfU . L. .y'jSti'f-- ' - -- Jti!, ttt. . iufly l1 sKWfrK-Xjft- ?fp MARRY TO BECOME MEN. ABOUT A DOLLAR A BITE. BIBLE 8TUDY COUPON. Bible and Tract Society. 17 Hicks Street. Brooklyn, N. Y. Kindly send me the Bible WIRELESS WAVE.S The Electric Voice That Speaks Through the Ether. SETTING UP THE VIBRATIONS. This Is the Work 'of the Oscillator, Which Is the Electric Mouth, and Its Menage It Caught by the Resonator, Which I the Ear of the Apparatus. truly tliim any other telegraphic device, the wonderful wireless Is n speaking voice. It innkcs Itself beard Just as the human vulie does by a scries of waves moving freely through space. When I -- speak my voice Is pent out in undulations of vnrjlng length nml frequency through the itlr. When tho wireless "speaks" Its voice Is conveyed by undulations In the ether, which Is n more retlned medium than air. carrying the waves of light and electilclty lis the air carries those of sound. The oscillator of the wireless Is n 'month." sending out undulatloni In the ether ns our mouths send out lu the air. and the resonator of the wireless Is an "ear," catching the etberlal waves ns thoy Impinge upon It, as our ears catch the atmospheric waves that strike them. We see nothing wonderful In vocal Bounds, because nature gnve us In our -- needs one Instrument to produce them nnd another to receive them. But fehe Jert ns to find out for ourselves how to produce nnd receive "vocal" waves In the ether. Since we had to make (be instruments that deal with them the etherlc waves seem to ns marvelous, although they are In principle no more marvelous than the waves of air. Man began to jise electricity for conveying Intelligence by sending a current of it along a wire. He pressed a button at one end of the line, and the electric current passing along tho wire Induced a corresponding motion In a topper at the other end. It was a roundabout way of employing an agency which we now know can be. employed more simply nnd directly by throwing away the whes and making the electric waves "speak" Straight through the ether. Jt is true that the language employed does not consist of the words of any spoken tongue, but it Is one that can be directly translated Into any other known to man. and so It l the most universal of all languages. Now, let us see how It Is employed. First as to the clectiic "mouth." When a charge of electricity Is accumulated on a "condenser" a similar but oppo-4sitcharge Is induced upon another condenser placed nenr. The air between them acts as an Insulator because It is n poor conductor of electricity. But when the charge attains a certain degree of Intensity the strain upon the air beepmes too great, and a spark' passes' between the two condensers, by which equilibrium Is restored between them The passage of this spark produces, to to speak, a shock lu the ether, which, like the explosion of a gun or toe utterance of a sound, sets up u scries of waves lu the surrounding medium, which radiate away on all sides. These jraves In the ether ,produce the electric "voice." If the sparks are regulated In number ajjd frequency the consequent waves are similarly regulated. An Instrument for tho production of such waves is cnlled an oscillator or exciter. It is a kind of vocal ap. paratus for speaking through the ether Instead of through the air. But Just as we should have no knowledge of the passage of sound waves if iyi were not provided wjth ears to hear (Ihcm, so The efectrlc waves would go unregarded if we had no apparatus for More e ISA Children Until They WecL The Koreans many wry young. generally between the age of twelve and fifteen. I'or a woman to leach twenty without marrying N considered a terrible thing. A peculiarity of these wedding Is that they would appear to be a matter of Intel ext to every inn except the parties motly concerned. who often see one another for the llrt time on the wedding morning. ThW Is beintiM' In a Korean household the boys are kept apart fiom the girl, the e: father and the -- cms oceupjlng the "Being asked to order the dinner for of the house and the mother anil front I daughters living In the rear of the es- my fileud. made It as simple ns A bisque soup, salmon with tablishment. Moieiiver, In their social capon with life the hcys are not allowed to mix young potatoes, one small Hue heibs. asparagus, tarts, Cmnem with the gentler sex. did The patents and friends arrange the t bcrt chee-- e and coffee. My fllend my I match In nceiiidaniT with their own not di Ink wine, ami onions! for Interests, and If both parties agiccnnd j self a bottle of 'the red wine of the the bargain Is concluded the fortn:ill-.- j hoiioe. I ties are of tho sliuple-- t. Theie Is no' "Kverythlng was excellcijt. and no legal con-- j fully expected the bill to Ik Ml to lOd rellulous ceiemony and francs t?"0i Imagine my horror, theretract. JUKI francs. Karly on the wedding morn tho best fore, when the bill was I was indignant, alman arrives to tie the bridegroom's i?lty dollars! pigtail In a knot on the top of his head. though my host merely laughed. I sent This not only remains forever as an for I lie nialtre d'liolel and demanded outward and visible sign of. his condl- - an Itemized bill. He was very hulls tlon. but entitles him to wear a hat for mint; said such a request was uuhe.ird ap the llrst time lu his life nnd to bo of. AfterI much delay the 'addition' only remember that It added treated ns a man and enter public life, pencil. lie may be a mete child, twelve years up all right mid that the charge for the of age. hut he has no longer any right chicken was jpjo nud !fl for the wine to play with his Iwy friends and must . (worth about iW cejttsi. My host only smiled and gave the waiter a napoleon choose his associates among old men. lie has now all civil rights and Is ' tip. Chicago acquaintance came to me "A expected to behave accordingly. If. on contrary, a man Is unable to afford one afternoon not long uftcr'lhe nUive the his the luxury of a home and a wife, he experience, his eyes bulging mid to may reach the age of fifty, but he must f temper high. He said he had gone bestill wear his pigtail down his back. . the Cafe Anglais, oitlereil luncheon, has none of the advantages of cltlen- - ginning with cold salmon. Aa whole small ship and Is expected to play with kites, t fish was brought, and after tumbles and such like. Any folly he1 first helping he liked it so well that he took a second spoonful. He noticed niay commit is excused in ine same way as the naughtiness of a child who that the tKh was not taken from the table when the rest of his meal was Is not responsible for his actions. ceremony Itself Is mot brought. When he got his bill be was Tho wedding (it) simple. The whole ftimlion consists of charged for the whole snltnon a a pioceslon when the lulde and bride- francs ($l'Ji. lie was assured It was groom are conducted by their respect-h- e rule of the house that a second helping fish, and relations to a dais. There they are Indicated he wanted the entire put face to face and probably, ns al- a charge of that kind was made. "I laughed at him. mid the more 1 ready stated, see each other for the got. His lunch-cotime. They merely glance at one laughed the angrier he first cost Ii tu $L';i. mid he could have nnd the knot Is tied another, then bow. had the same at the best restaurant lu Indlss'ilubly. Wide World Magazine. New York for about $4.v Fingers and Forks. Very Unusual. A Xew Yorker was speaking of a "You newspaper fellows nre ordinaLondon horse show he attended. "A feature of the show." he said, rily I11111I pressed for funds, are you "was the magnificent riding of certain not?" asked the genial stranger agree Our natural pride foihade us to Arab chiefs. These chiefs gave a din ner one evenliiL'. an Arab dinner, anil i with this outsider's conclusion. So we they ate the tirst course kous kous ' said: What "Why er not necessarily. j wlfh their flncers. think "An Englishman asked for n fork for t makes you you.-- 1 so?" am acquainted with a "I'll tell his kous kous. When It was brought member of your profession, and n tine to him a .witing chief said: "'I beg jour pat don. but I don't see chap he Is too. The other day Ihi want1 culled in up how you can bear to t wbti a fork.' ed to talk to him. so piled, "was on the phone and asked hltn If he "I,' the EnglNlmi.i about to renin', tint I didn't see how-yo- would lunch with me. He accepted, imiiM bear to eat with your and at the Iappointed hour we sat at opened the conversation the table. fillgel s." Arab, 'But my fingers.' said It.theI see to thus: "Well, what's the news? Anything are clean clean. I know you, sir, how can yon unusual lu your line?' It in self. But "Yes. answered the reporter feel sure nliout the cleanness of your Plain Dealer. 'this!' fork?'" Xew York Tribune. pes-sliilJ n 1 n In Korea Males Are Looked Upon at Prices Uted to Soar Sky High In tho Cafe Anglait In Parii. Ill the palmy da.s of Its existence the Cafe Airglals In Paris was greatly affected by wealthy Americans. In this lexoit the ehaiges soared sky high, mid It was considered bad form to ns the prkc of any thing on the menu Vim simply oideted what struck your fancy and wele expected to pay suill Ingly when the bill was presented. Julius Chambers was Invited by a frlei'il tu dine theie once, and lu the llmoklyii liiglo lie tells of his oxperl-e- Studies marked below: "Where Are the Dead?" "Fo'fjlvable and Unpardonable One." "What Say the Scriptures Respecting Punishment?' "Rich Man In Hell." "In the Cross of Chriit We Glory." Precious Text." John "Most "End of the Age Is the Harvest." "Length nnd Breadth, Height and Depth of God's Love." 3:16. "The Thief In Parcdite." "Christ Our Passover Is ficed.'' Sacri- "The Risen Chriit." ' "Foreordinatlon and Election." "The Desire of All Nations." Paradise Regained." "The Coming Kingdom." "Sin Atonement." Natural Is"Spiritual Israel rael." "The Times of the Gentiles." "Gathering the Lord's Jewels." "Thrust In Thy Sickle." "Weeping All Night." "What Is the Soul?," "Electing Kings." "The Hope of Immortality." "The King's Daughter, the Bride." "Calamities Why Permitted." "Pressing Toward the Mark." "Christian Science Unscientific and Unchristian." "Our Lord's Return." "The Golden Rule." "The Two Salvations." Xa me Street City and State. Upon receipt of the above cou-hwe will send any one of these Bible Studies VIWAZ; any three of them for !i cents (stamps) or the entire :tl for 'J3 cents. SBXP AT OXCH TO BIBLK AND TllACT SOCIETY, 17 Hicks St.. Brooklyn. X. Y. STAGE MANNERISMS. cVotsmith Rebelled Against Imitating Charles Mathews. Wcedon Crossnilth lu "From Studio to Stage" has something senslble"tc say about the practice of Imitating the methods nud mannerisms of great actors, a practice that was once more frequent than It Is nowi Ou his return to Ixiuilou he played n part that had been phi)cd many years before by Charles Mathews and who had thus sort of orthodoxy lu Its established presentation. Mr. Grossmith relates: "I was asked by the producer to Ap the same business that Charles Mathews did. and when making my exit ut the end or the first act the stage manager said. '.Now, Mr. Grossmith. throw the tails of your frock coat over the back of )our head.' 'Why?' I asked. 'Because. Mathews did It.' be re11 plied. with eiioiiuous keys, one of which fitted tho rusty lock, and after great straining turned It, Inside were dust and ashes and cobwebs mid a skeleton! It was leaning over n table with n pen in Its bono fingers. "What on earth Is this?" they asked. "Oh. I remember hearing that lu my days they lost one of their lender writers." said the old key bearer. "Ho must huvu got locked JHow Do You Laugh? eMugfiienr 'rDC-".i,s.v-discovered, that in I" London Sketch. A French paper has The recehlng npparatus Is cnlled a a person's character Is expies'ed In his resonator, or detector. It may be sit- manner Moving a Billiard Table. of laughing. If you laugh III uated hundreds of miles from tho os- "ha-ha- " Probably Uie.uiosi Tcmml;able Jinr fnshlon joii are frank If 3 will catch the waves cillator, but It man and Inconstant mid Incapable of ney ever made from Cnttnro lo a they undulate to it tlitoiigh the In Montenegro, was that of an keeping a secret If a woman. If yon ether, and It can be made to lepioduco Fifty sturdy you are neurasthenic, English billiard table. laugh "heli-helithem lu an audible or leglhlu form by If yon porters were requited to carry the tit causing them to opeiate a Morse dot melancholy and sUcptlcal. laugh lu "ho- hie over the mountain, anil a pilot and dash instrument, as in ordinary adopt a deeper tone andeasy going ami stood astride It to shout iliiectlons-n- s bo's" )ou are geueroiiSj telegraphy by wire. proper pitch for to how best to get round awkwuid corBut the electric voice and tho elec- good natiired. The ners. The building lu which it was the fair set to laugh In Is "he-he.tric ear are in some wiijh iiioic man" "hoo-boo- " housed retained the name of ageable than the human voice and ear. while peoplo who laugh with a l, when converted Into governeffect should be avoided as only produce and hear air W can scandal uioirgeilng mid mis- ment otlices mid parliament house waves of a limited range of frequency, many years later. erly. and wc cannot do much to alter that Holt. Morbid Parisians. Maddened the Cabbies. Pound waves vibrating less than Public executions III Paris prove There lived one time In England a a second or more than forty times ve.ry profitable to the owners of houses woman who was known as the "cabtimes arc Inaudible to in. But elecare men's terror.' She was Mrs. Cuy. the scene. tric waves varying In frequency from commandingthe occasion, Windows the landlords ler, who knew tho distance between let out for n few hundred up to hundreds of milexe- any two given points lu London and lions a second can bo rendered per- watching for the first sign of the so to cution and then at once sending word always tendered the exact fare with It is also imst-Ihlceptible, and. construct the instruments that they to the persons who have hired the out a farthing over. Irate cabbies Is exesometimes disputed tho dlstntro or will send forth nml twelve particular room. If an ordinary crimlnar ranges of waves and he mute and cuted the charge Is usually about $4 even carried the nffalr luto court, but per seat, but should the offender have the "cabmen's tenor" always wou. deaf to others. committed any icmnrkablc crime the London Tntler Then tho distance over which the electric waves can bo detected Is al- price runs up to as much ns 50. More scientific. most JuQnltely greater than that of "I can't get that woman to take any Exaggerated Impressions. ordinary sound waves. It taxes a "Mr. MeeUton says Ills wife Is com- fresh nlr," complained tbif'yoiiut; physicstrong voiced man to make his voice -Inn. u little rher. but, as petent to hold an) ollice lu tho governaudible across "You don't word your advice prop, ment" everybody knows, the electric cry of a "That opinion." replied Miss Cay- erly," said the old doctor. "Tell her to ship in distress can bo electrically lieard from the middle of the Atlantic enne, "Is the result of his vanity. He perambulate dally In the park, taking cuonc." Washrenin. And there nie enthusiasts who thinks that because she can govern copious Inhalations of ington Herald very long we shall hltn she must be able to govern the enpredict that before be little to speak by wireless to somo tire natlou." Washington Star. In the Near puture. other planet. If only there Is somebody "You take great care not to be rim Flattery. there to hear and understand us! Flubdub Whnt'do ,wti consider the "Over." Ourrolt P. Servlss In Spokane Bpokes. "(lot to. I'm ofrnld I'll forfeit my most delicate form of llattery! C)iil-:u- s Tolling a married 111.111 he doesn't pedestrian's license." Louisville Cou -k There Is no act, however trivial, but .00 it. Judge. Jins Its train of consequences, as there Self conquest Is the greatest victory. favors the prudent. 1 no hair so small but emits ltd -- Chance -- Plato. Joubcrt. phiidovv. Japanese Festival Care. Most Japanese towns lime a shrine or temple dedicated to the tutelary deity of the city. At Ueno. in the Iga province, several beautiful decorated cars are kept at the shrine, and figure annually lu a curious procession. When the day of the festival arrives hundreds of pious worshipers drag tho cars by means or ropes through the gayly decorated streets of the city thereby, they believe, greatly pleasing the gods of the shrine. The cars are wonderful examples of Japanese decorative art. richly ornamented with gliding' and lacquer work. Wide World. The Lost Leader Writer. The story is told that when the new proprietor of the London Times tirst went over the building In .Print lug House square he saw a door covered with cobwebs which wouldn't open. After they had waittsl a long time an aged caretaker wuh found burdened ' "'Never.' sold 1. 'Not having had the good fortune to see the great Charles Mtthews. I naturally can't Imitate his methods, nud I must do things my own way.' "'Heally.' said the producer and. looking at the other members of the company for applause and encouragement, lu his best cynical vein added. We have many of us heard through press notices what a brilliant actor Mr. Weedon Grossmith Is In America, but Is he going to Improve on Charles Mnthews In London?' ' 'That's not quite the point.' I replied. 'How Chnrles Mathews did this business I don't know. At any rate, he was a gentleman In every part he played, and I am much afraid his Imitators have vulgarized his business, for It doesn't seem to me possible that Charles Mathews would make an exit from n drawing room In the presence of ladles throwing his conttalls entirely over his head. and. whether ho did or not, I absolutely decline to do It!' " BEATS OF THE HEART. " " "Big-llardo- hypii-ciitlca- 11 Sounds That TeTf Just How That Wonderful Organ Is Working. Do you know what a doctor hears when he sounds your chest mid listens to your heart beating? Your heart. If It s qulto sound, . makes a noise very llko "lub-dup- , " nil thd time. "The two syllables come very quickly together, nnd between each "lub dup" there comes a pause, the short period when the heart Is resting, us It were. Tho "lub" sound Is due? to tho blood flowing out of the heart, an the "dup" Is the closing of tho heart's valves Just by the loudness of these two syllables the doctor known If your heart is working as It should do. Supposlug tho "dup" Is very loud, for Instance, that tells him that tho valves nro being "slammed to," Just ns u door Is, und that tho pressure Is greater than It should lie. The cause of this Is generally what Ib known us mi "mien-rlsin.lub-duplub-dup.y xuim-ltevle- If the valves are not closing properly tho doctor hears u bound very like "duff" Instead of "duo." The heart Is then said to have u ','iuurmur," and the pbyslcluu knows what steps to take to correct It. d When the first Bound, "lub," Is' Into "luff" It wnrus the doctor that his patient lias something wrong with tho mitral valve. Tito "ub" sound is ulwuys very much weaker when one Is suffering from fever, nud It Is this weakness, due to the weakness of the heart muscle, which makes the doctor so anxious ut those times. ho When the heart says "luff-duff- " tells oii to kuoik off woik for n time nnd huvu i complete rest, for your I'earsou's heart Is lu "a Lad way. Weekly., - ty; C. 0. Davenport, Warren county. Ohio county officers L. B. Tlch-cno- r, Ofeio President; Henry Plrtle, Sec- rotary; S. E. Bnnnett, Treasurer. COUNTY HOARD OF EDUCATION. Circuit Court T. F. Ulrkhrad, Henry I.eucli, Chairman, Hartford, Judge; Ben D. Itlngo, Attorney; W. P. Alldklff, Jnlicr; B. O. Bnrrass, Ky. .. . u. v. 1. I.. B. Tlchcnor, Hartford, Clerk; 13. U. Ulrkhcad, Mnstcr Commissioner; It. T. Collins, Trustee D. Xo. C. 2. 13. C. Hnrtford, Reynolds, Ky. Jury Fund: T. II. Black, Sheriff, 3. M. S. Patterson, Olaton, Ky. Deputies S. O. Kcown, Hartford. 4. B. I.. Alford. White Run, Ky. Beaver Dam; O. I'. Jones, lloutc 5, 5. Rlchnrd Plummer, Tajlor Mines. Hartford; W. C. Earp, lloslne. Court convenes first Monday In February Kentucky. and contlnutB three weeks; third Monday In April, two weeks; third Monday In October two weekB. j&il :?:& :t County Court It. 11. Wedding,1 Judge; w. s. Tlnsiey, Clerk; c. 1:. Hartford. Court Smith, Attorney, in each convenes first .Monday month. Quarterly Court Begins on the Law Attorney February, May, fourth Monday lu August and November. HARTFORD, KY. Court of Claims Convenes first Tuesday In Jnnuary and first Tues- Will practice his profusion In U and adjoining countUw. CoinuircJJ day In October. Other County Officers C. S. Mox-le- and Cr.inlinU Pmctlco a. Specialty. Survejor, Fordsville, Ky., It. F. 1). No. i; Bernard Felix, Asses-so- r, Hartford. Ky., It. F. D. Xo. 2; henry l.cnch, Superintendent, Hartford, Dr. A. B. Itlley, Coroner, HartLaw ford. JUSTICES' COURTS. HARTFORD, KY. Tuesday Leslie ConiLs, Hartford, after 3rd .Monday in March, Tuesday MiiaFos. W. II. Burnotj and C. L3. after 3rd Monday in June, Tuesiln) Sml'-- h announce Uiat Uiy liaro form-- a nfter 3rd .Monday In September, Tues-dn- y jurtncTshsp fee tho 6"eTal imic-bic- e nfter 3rd Monday in December. of law, exctipt criminal and dlvor John II. Miles, Hckport, Friday after 3rd Mondny In March, Friday c.uk, Mr. 6mlUi b'.dng County Attir-iw- y after 3nl Monday In June, Friday is pruvenbod from practicing each Monday In September, after 3rd ceases. Mr. Barnea wjll individually Friday after 3rd Monday in DeIn accept such practlc-- i Offices cember. O. E. Scott, Cromwell. Wednesday Hartford Republican building, Hart-torafter 3rd Monday In March, WedK- nesday after 3rd Monday In June, Wednesday after 3rd Monday in September, Wednesday aflei 3iu Mon-uo- y '. In December. John II. Miles, Hoclcport, Friday after 3rd Monday r March. Fr'ciy Law after 3rd Monday In June. Friday KY. HARTFORD, after 3rd Monday In September. Friday after 3rd Monday in December. M. L. UEAVR1N J. C. Jackson, Ccntcrtown, Sat- ASSOCIATED WITH urday after 3rd Monday In March, This office Is equipped for handSaturday after 3rd .Monday in June, ling Commercial I aw and Collection Saturday after 3rd Monday In September, Saturday after 3rd Monday Items as well as other legal mid litigated matters. Practice in all the in December. M. C. Cook, Renfrow, Tuesday af- courts. "Prompt and vigorous service. ter 2nd Monday in March, Tuesday M. L. Heavrin' Office. after 2nd Monday In May, Tuesday after 3rd Monday In August, Tuesday after 2nd Monday In Xovcmbcr. Thomas Sanders, Olaton, Wednesday after the second Monday In I AM March, Wednesday after 2nd Monday in May, Wednesday after 3rd Monday In August, Wednesday after 2nd MonTo do any kind of Vetttina' day In November. ry work. Horses, mules and Grant Pollard, Fordsvllle, Tuesday cows need not die for want of after 2nd Monday in March, ThurB-da- y after 2nd Monday In May, ThursCalls answered attention. day after 3rd Monday In August, day or night. Thursday after 2nd Monday in November. J. L. Fatton. Ralph. Friday after 2nd Monday in March, Friday after Veterinary Surgeon 2nd Monday In May, Friday after 3rd - Ky. H. .Monday in August, Friday after 2nd Monday In November. HARTFORD POLICE COURT. C. M. Crowe, Judge; John B. Wilson. City Attorney; J. P. Stevens, TrHC Marshal; Court convenes second MonEWW4C day In each month. MACHINE City Council J. II. Williams, MayOF or; R. T. Collins, Clerk; E, P. ThomQUALITY.? as, Treasurer. Members of Council Robert Hoover, P. B. Taylor, J. H. B. Carson, E. P. Moore, Fred Cooper, W. J. Bean. NOT School Trustees Dr. E. B. Pcndlo-to80L0 Chairman; W.. Ii. Barnes, Secretary; Dr. J. W. Taylor, W. S. Tlnsiey UNDER ' and J. D. Duke. ANY OTHER RELIGIOUS SERVICES. NAME. M. E. Church, South Services morning and evening every first and third Sunday In each month. SunWARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. day school a: 45 a. m. Prayer meetIf you purchase thcNKW 110MK you wlU ing every Wednesday evening. Rev. have a Ufa wct at tlio price you pny, nad will Saville, pastor. Baptist Church Services morning not have an endless chain of repairs. and evening every second and fourtli Sunday in each month. Sunday school OuaKhr 1 3:45 a. in. Prayer meeting every WedConsidered nesday evening. Rev. English, pastor. Christian Church Services every it is the fourth Sunday at U a. in. and 7. p. m. Sunday school 9:30 a. m. Elder W. Cheapest B. Wright pastor. Cumberland Presbyterian Church-Sun- day klneewJ school every Sunday at :45 to buy. a. m. mi SECRET 80CIKTIES. lnaphlllP. write fOC t vntf Wuiiltttuivrlllir Hartford I.odgo Xo. C7r. F, ami A. catalogue before you purcbuie M. meets every first Monday night our latest in each month. M. I HeaVrln, W. I, Orange, Mast' M.; Owen Hunter. Secretary. Hartford Chapter No. 84 O. B. S. meets every second and fourth Monday evonlngs. MIbs Anna J. Putton, W. M.; Jas. H. Williams, W. B.; Miss Elizabeth Miller, Secretary. auoners tiBM succeu l Rough River Lodge No. 110 Knights of Kuthlas meets overy Tuesday livenTfiiU kalM lUv.BariMw. A trUJwlU ing. V. F. Anderson, C. C; J, Noy kumm ivw vur nnuuifli ciu&omvr. PTltfCtlrCttrgl r.1khU.'! Foster, K. of R. & S. lb flDMt I Tiral. 1 1DUlxUd OtUa, i tU TUIr Hartford Tout No.. 99, K. O. T, M. UMiatri-s!.rmeets overy first and third Thursday uvH4niAi iv rxAAc nlghtB. R. T. Collins, Commander; tVrft to4my; Mentlom tMt Paper. L. P. Foreman, Record Keeper. AAMAMAWMAMAMWWvVW l! Acme Lodge No. 339 I. 0. 0. F. MU 1U CENTS meets every second and fourth Frimc Man hi twklM us nmn tkU valaall Mtitt ft VMh BJ kl day nights In each month. C. M. HarVMlMlS. .Um.UT.T "S.uri.r4W" Meat lak, nett, Noble Grand; W. R. Hedrlck, til Ul U lal wUtUl el (Uau. !. Secretary. JLW.lNlftNlmMttJHMS&i Hartford Camp No. 202 W. 0. W. meets evury second and fourth Saturday nights in each month. Leslie Bennett, Council Commander; W. C. Wallace, Cleric. SuiiBhlno Hive No. 42, L. O. T. M., meets every first and third Friday nights In each month. Mrs. Attye Griffin, Lady Commander; Mrs. Lula Pendleton, Lady Record Keeper. Kejstono Chapter No. 110, R, . M., meets every third Saturday night In each month. John T. Moore High Priest; W. S. Tinsloy, Secretary. AMERICAN SOCIETY OF EQUTY. National Offlcera IVesldent, Ira M. It CAM. PATI-irBk-l Hudson, Wis.; V. PresiJ. ChJ-ysdent. H. B. Robertson. Calhoun. Kv.; A reliabilllv nrarljr 0 yean. 8oldrln li.rhr 'Secretary & Treas., H. (J. Tank, Wau-sa- f "nrcitjf and liwn Ihe UnlleJ Sut.T aal by. dlct. iiee told than. Wis. ' puke.m'lSend lor Mote csUIoeae-McCAStatu Officers President, J. II. MAGAZINE Princeton; Ky.; Vlco PresiMote ftuhtr,Ihr. .I..- - . it.. ...... nantlne-ullll- on dent, J. H. Burnoy, Muhlenberg Co.; a month. 'invsluaM. I.U. Secretury & Treas., S. B. Robertson, ililn i"t ',",,e,n,. tlieymiikimf, t, i ?,. !4nfy ""ilewotk. Hilrdrenlngr Calhoun, Ky.; Organizer, T. 11, klorlca, ete. Only DO centi a year wiR JoubleV. Ineludlnir a free rTJii. Hartford, Ky. JuDcrnre today, or lend lor lauiple corr, Members State Executive Board-B- en INDUCEMENTS Wat6on, Webster county;" J. W. VVONSEBtipi.Portal brings lo Acents. Dtinn, Daviess county; Henry Plrtle, ndiinrthprio(rCi. premium caUloeue VVddreil Ohio county; E. I. Ray, Uardlo coun m Hcciu ca. t m w. Vtk st, ww Mlt. Directory County . - !Tl x&cr.m? at Otto C. Martin y, Barnes & Smith Attorneys at d, ARTHUR D. Attorney at KIRK -- 'PREPARED W. H. RILEY Hnrtford, r '4-r NEW n. HOME m SEEDS' (rnui nrrtl- 11 mmmiM. (w) "' u. LIS -- r & Bal-mnl- n, I r fjjtitrnJitMA-mitte - isi&-s- x u im'JkifT J!jv , agssaa KICKED ON THE TIPS, n I Long Life. Children Cry for Flttchcr's the Walter Thought the Rule Should Not Work Both Ways. "My bill nt the cabaret rest.uiront on Hruadway was JJ5, and when I gavo tho waiter a tip of a dollar ho frown-- . , cd." , TIio Kind You Hnvo Always Bought, nntl which lias hccn. in use ior over au yonra, lias itornntho signature o aim nas uccn maiio undor ills pcr-?-''' sonnl supervision since Its in fancy. (CU6A4X Allow no one to von in tills. nro but All Counterfeits, Imitations nml JSxnerlmvntH that trlfiu with and cntlungur the luilth of Infants uud Children Experience against Experiment (Ici-iMv.Tu.st-iis-go- , Castorla Is linrmlcss substitute for Castor OH, Paregoric, Drops nml Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. 16 contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic Mubstanre. Its jiro Is Its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Fevcrlshncss. For more than thirty years it lias been In constant tiso for the relief of Constipation., Flatulency, Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and Diarrhoea, It rcRiilutflS the Stomach mid Bowels, assimilates the Food, giving healthy and natural sleep. Tho Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. What is CASTORIA a GENUINE CASTORIA HJears the Signature of ALWAYS 6S&&&3U The Kind You Have Always Bought In Us For Over 30 Years TWC CtWTOUH CMHW, TT MUWMT TWICT. NCW VOWK CITY. osked the waiter. 'Isn't that n gener-ou- s tip for u few minutes work on your part?" "In New York,' the man answered, the rule Is always to give n tip of 10 per cent, our bill. sir. called for a tip. So, naturally, I feel a llttlo .0 aggrieved. Hut It Is easy to see, sir, that you are not a New Yorker, and so it can't be expected that you'd know the rules.' "Well. I pocketed the waiter's insult, and the next time I was In that neighborhood I dropped In on him again. This time I was nlonc. ami. not being hungry. 1 only ate a $1.1." meal. When It was over I handed the waiter a tip of 11 cents. You ought to have seen his face. It was worse than before. "'It's all right.' assured hlni. 'It's according to the 10 per cent rule that you taught me. If a mini's bill Is exorbitant that makes no difference, according to the rule. Well. then, when a man's bill Is small, It should make no difference, either.' "The waiter glowered nt me. lie shook (ho II cents in his palm sar- I said, as I rose to go: cnsticiilly. "'And. by Jove. It won't make any difference either. If you waiters Insist on your 10 per cent for large amounts then you've got to take it for small amounts, too. At least, by Jingo, you've got to take It from me. I'm from but I know my wny'about" The Duluth banker sighed heavily. "But the fact remains," he said, "that ever sluce that waiter called me down I, give 10 per cent on big nmounts like a fool nml like n fool 1 give 20 to 30 per cent on small amounts." Minneapolis Journal. $'-.1 Du-lut- Tho speaker was a banker from Du tilth. He continued warmly: "What are you frowning about?' I Sir John Lubbock, tho scientist, ha shown how long Insects may llvo if preserved from accident and harm ol H all kinds. Tho greatest ngo attalnod by an fnsect, as far as known, was that reached'by a queen ant( whch wnen sho iived untll AUCU8t a. was nearly fifteen years old. Another queen ot the samo species died after a llfo of thirteen years. WHAT KIND OFWHISEYDOYOU USE? Do you want Pure Whiskey that is good? It's the only kind that we sell. I MAIIa ORDERS FILaLELD BY US When in Owensboro come to see us. Escapes an Awful Fato. Athousand tongues could not express tbo gratitude of Mrs. J. E. Cox of Jollet. 111., for wonderful dollv- eranco from an awful ,fat "Typhoid pneumonia had left me with a dread ful cough," sho wrltes."Somotlmo I had uch an awful coughing pell I thought I would die. I could sot no help from doctor's treatment or other medicines till I used Dr. King's New Discovery. But 1 owe my llfo to thl wonderful remedy for I scarcely coug Quick and safe, It', at all now." the most reliable or all throat and lung medicines. Every bottle guaranteed. oOc and $1.00. Trial bottle free ni. at all drtiBdsts. a t Fell Away In Old Age. A reversal of the rule that it Is never too late to mend Is found In tho case of a centenarian of Hartford, Conn., who, according to the Watch-'man- , .lived up to the age of one hundred and since attaining that extra- srand climacteric has been arrested lx times for violating the excise law. P. R. LANCASTER CO. Owensboro, Ky! DISTRIBUTORS OF Old W. S. 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Jf o".t" ..4 hii-uut- - c "" ...rr.Jord-MHIf w mr"m - .r.oU. MOLLOWftV m CO. . PIUl.olKii .. .. are mosqultos. As they sting they put deadly malaria germs In the blood. Then follow the icy chills and the fires of fever. Tho appetite files and the strength falls; also malaria often fl.3E paves the way for deadly iyphold. The Rkpdblican and Louisville Herald Electric Bitters kill and cast But 1.60 Courier-Journ- al out the malaria Korm3 from the The Republican and blood; give you a fine appetite and . ...'.'... 1.76 Reptblican and St. Louis Globe-Democr- at renew your strength. "After long suf- The fering," wrote Wm, Fretwell, of 1.60 The Republican and Home and Farm N. C, "three bottles drove FOUND A HIDING PLACE. Owensboro Inquirer 1.75 all tho malaria from my system, and The Republican and Twice-a-Wee- k good health ever sjnee." Got a Big Surprio Whin I've had ..V; Thn Thy 3.60 Best for all stomach, liver and kid- The Republican arid Louisville Daily Herald.. v Daylight Appeared. ney ills. 50 cts. at all druggists, m. The fntlier of Joseph Altsheler. the 3.60 The JttEPUBiiicAJi and uaiiy UwenBooro inquirer writer of war stories, was a I'russlnn Chinese Settlement in Paris. to this country a few years who cntne O'boro Messenger 1.75 Paris now has a Chinese settlement The Republican and Twice-a-Wee- k before the wnr between the stntes which Is both and pic broke out and settleI In Barren county. turesque. The first families arrive? 1.75 The Republican and Kentucky Farmer 'Kentucky.- - By reason of his foreign a year ago, and now one hotel shel eliler Altsheler was not sub- ters birth the Chinese In five rooms Magazine.. 1.30 ject to draft by either army when hos- The men are mostly engaged in ma The Republican and New Idea Woman's symtilities begun, but his southern king toys, which .the women and child The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer. ... 1.50 pathies made him obnoxious to a group ren sell throughout the city. of bushwhackers who, posing as FedThe Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Fanner $1.50 erals, Infested the vicinity of the Don't waste your money buy,lng state line. One starless, moonless night In the strengthening plasters. Chamberlain's summer of 1BU3 n neighbor came with Liniment Is cheaper and better. the word that the bushwuckers were Dampen a piece of flannel with it -, on their way to kill Mr. Altsheler and and bind it over the affected parts another resident ot the vicinity who andit will relieve the pain and sorehad been outspoken In his approval of ness. For sale by all dealers. secession. It was not certain, the mesof two the senger said, which-roa- d in Company. marauders would take to reach the In mixed company, among acquaintproposed'vlctltus; but it ances and strangers, endeavor to learn homes of their was certalu that they would be along something from all. Be swift to hear; soon. be cautious of your tongue, lest you Mr. Altsheler nnd tho other threatbetray your Ignorance and perhaps ofened man gathered up a blanket apiece fend some who are present. Isaac and went Into the woods to bide. Iu Watts. the darkuess they speedily lost all Heads ' sense of direction. For an hour they Bill Heads wandered about, seeking a suitable. Helps A Judge in Bad Fix. camping place. Finally they came to Justice Ell Cherry, of Glllls Mills, a spot that was free of trees and Tenn., was plainly worried. A bad where the ground felt smooth under- sore on bis leg had baffled several foot. So they spread their blankets doctors rand long resisted all remednnd went to sleep, secure In the be ies. "I thought it was a cancer," he lief that no bushwhacker could find wrote. "At last I used Bucklen's Arnthem there. and was completely curica Salv The rising sun, shining in their faces, waked them. They sat up nnd looked ed." Cures burns, bolls, ulcers, cuts around. They had been asleep all bruises and piles. 23cents at ainfrug-gist- s. And night at the only place where the raiders could not havo failed to 4jmi IdloU and Accident, them had their plans been carried out ( Man who examined a naphtha Jug at the forks of the county road.-Sat- urI with a match is the same fellow who day Evening Post. ' nerlnHlcallv investieates a BUDDOsedly unloaded revolver and kills a couple Diameter of a Fin Wire. Should you ever find it necessary to of people. obtain the diameter of n flue wire. It may be done In this manner: Wind it State of Ohio, City of Toledo, ) )ss. Lucas County. carefully around u piece of pencil In one layer for an Inch or so. that each Frank .1. Cheney makes oath that turn Is touching the previous one. Then he Is senior partner of the firm of measure exactly an Inch along the wire F. J. Cheney & Co., nolng business and count the number or turns In tho in tho City of Toledo, County and luck. You then have the Information. State aforesaid, and that said firm Thin. If there are eighteen turns tho will pay the sum ot ONU HUNDBED wire I one eighteenth of nn inch diDOLLARS for each and every caso ameter. of Catarrh that cannot bo cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. Gas In Trees. FRANK J. CHENEY. An Interesting phenomenon, says n "I want to tell you what wonderful benefit I have reBlack-Draughwriter In American I'orestiy. U the eswrites Sworn to before mo and subscribed ceived from the use of Thedford's cape of gas from cavities at the biiso in my presence, this Cth day ot DeMills, Ky. Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton of hardwood trees In the Oznrkx, when cember, A. D. 1SSG. the trees are cut down. "When the "It certainly has no equal for la grippe, bad colds, A. W. GLEASON, Black-Draug- ht cavities are cut into the gun escapes Notary Public. liver and stomach troubles. I firmly believe (Seal.) with n whistling Hound, unit if lighted Hall's Catarrh Curo Is fcileu Insaved my little girl's life. When sheJiad the measles, it will burn with u faint yellow flaine." OecDUipo-iltloof the heart Wm1 of tho ternally, and acts directly on tho they went in on her, but one good dose of Thedford's treo Is supposed to cause tho formation blood and mucous surfaces of tho Black-Draug- ht made them break out, and she has had no system, Ssid for testimonials free. of the gas. more trouble. 1 shall' nevcr.be without F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. A Mean Man. m. Sold by all Druggists, 75c. "I never was so embarrassed In m.v life. I eamo face to fueo with. my flrt husband." FOR FLETCHER'S "What did he cay?" "Nothing much, lie Just looked up nt me and mulled nnd then 'said, 'Who Light for Photography. are you nagging now, Mury?' dizzi-- 9 Free Press. in my home." For constipaton, indigestion, headache, Photographers now reouive light very blmilar to thut through the. tradb all similar ncss, malaria, chills and fever, biliousness, and Woodpeekor'i Waterloo. tlonal studio skylight by vuor tubo has proved itseit a sate, dlox- - j woodpecker may bo pershtent, "That ailments, Thedford's Black-Draug- ht electric lamps filled with carbon ldo instead of mercury vapor. but I think he'n beaten Ihls time." reliable, gentle and valuable remedy. "What is lie trying to do?" . Black-Draug- ht. "Drill n hole In nn Iron trolley pole." Ik olten tho If you suffer from any of these complaints, try Tho boy's appetlto Pittsburgh Post. sourco of amazement. If jou would It is a medicine of known merit Seventy-fiv- e .Chain have such uu appetite- Wreetling With a Razor. years of splend'd success proves its value. Good for cremamma, what's berlain's Tablets. They not only Mttle Mlnnie-O- h. Pm- - coin oworvulierp Price 25 cents. . . ..,i i,i ate a healthy appetite, but strengthyuuiig aim utu. i v. mm. v. .j ........ that dreadful noise? Miimliin-UU- Hh. trying to save the price en tho stomach and eiiablo It to do darling, papa's its work naturally. For sale bj nil of a fcluive. I'tu-k- . dealers. The BemonsOf The Swamp. OUR CLUBBING RATES. Lu-cam- a, g fifty-thre- e Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN- YOUR Letter Notejieads Envelopes Cards i t Statements other printed forms are given. Special Attenton In The Republican Job Department. a Saved Girl's life t," I t i Children Cry BLAck-DraugH- T RI A CASTO J tle iMMMMaMHMHWMW (V -- UCi. M. . Ai . jjjBjjjBjjjBjjjBjjjBjjjBjjjBjjjBjjjBjjjBjjjj rM)y833pMfcaa)BiMPt'frm'f"UUImlli;;iUMTl ?g wnnnmi iiii ill nil n. . ... I" UMimOTBWIWWm Mfc -- ,' tiry that thp claimant was tho Rus- - proximately 7,000 to defray tjio cx- scjl heir. peases on behalf of the claimant, r ii "Dakota .Dan's"' claims to recog- - .making tho agrcgato outlay so far nltlon wero aggressively resisted .by In J attempt to establish his claim f, Robert W- - Nason, tho chief counsel , to the name of Daniel Blako nuesell misrepresentation by the substantlally 137,000. for the Russell ostato. William C. No amount of Riuracll, tho elder son,, various near peddlers of alum baking powders, no jugMaster Commisioner's Sale. relatives of the Russe), old friends Ohio Circuit Court, Kontucky. gling with chemicals, or pretended analysis, of ho family and youthful compancertificates, or falsehoods of ions' of Daniel Blako Russell, all, de- R.. Duko, Plaintiff, or,, cooked-u- p . vs. clared that tho Western ranchman any kind, can change the fact that wna not and could not be the man Ex parte, Defendant. mid-wintBy virtue of a Judgment and or er "should who loft Melrose in June,.18S5. estate maintain- der of ,sale ot tho Ohio Circuit Counsel for tho ed that tho claimant was "Jim" .Court, rendered at tho October term, offiRousseau, a French Canadian, whoso 1913, In tho above cause for tho diVelparents and slters and brotlicrs liv- vision ot proceeds and costs Jicre-i- n of I will, offer for sale by Public ed near Messina, N. Y. On ono pv- lentful day an elderly woman went Auction at tho court houso door in of on the witness stand and testified Hartford on Monday, tho 1st day of of that "Dakota Dan" was her son, December, 1913, about 1 o'clock p. m. upon, a, credit of six and twolvo James De'bcrt Rousseau. She to him to acknowledge his months the following described propto Royal Baking Powder is indispensable mother, but he Insisted that lie did erty, tow It: economical food. for making finest and most A certain tract or parcol of land to not know her and had never Been being and lying In Ohio county and her before. Tho hearing's before Judge Lawton state of Kentucky on tho waters were Hearing tho end when news of Rough creek and bounded as folBeginning at a sugar tree, abouts of Daniel Blake Russell, as at came that an impoverished .laborer lows: mid-wint- er inIN time of the death of the father In Fresuo, Cat., had told the police beech, mulberry and ash beginning tho NO PARALEL corner to No. 11; thenoe N. 00, W. of that city that he was Daniel B. UDU1S pOT(tU;0 pBH 8JB to visit this tho younger son loft home. Alter the Russell, and on their advice had 200 poles to a black gum, 2 hickories and ssurwocd, S. W. corner to conditions of the .will became known retained an attorney to protect his efforts in will periodically the newspapers published Interests. This new senatlon in the No. 11; thence S. 23 W. 170 poles to 3 beeches In Berryman's lino; thence dlsapjwar-anc- c Russell came In March, 1910, six articles about the strauge Satisfactory. of the youugerRussjU, with pnr-tic- months after Judge Lawton began V. 74 E. 133 poles to the beginning, containing 106 acres, bo same reference to tho fortune that tho Inquiry. Two Claimants to awaited his return. "Fresno Dan," with his attorney, more or less. Being same land deedPose as Missing: Brother. In April 1909, after several letters Senator George Cartwrlght, started ed. John DaIs Duko and Mury C as as , had been received by William C. Rus for Boston. lie was met by a Globe Duke by Washington Duke and wife, se 1, a man from Billings county X. D., correspondent, to whom he gave an recorded In deed book 11, page 220, office. sizes, "Fresno Dan" and "Dakota Dan" presented himself In Boston with a interview and somo sketches of the Ohio County Clerk's ono-ha- lf Also an undivided interSt. Paul attorney named Thaxler and Russell house and a p!an of the .prove, as represented lhat he was Daniel Blake surroundings, which when published est in all the oil and gas underlying Eaeh Tell Same Story In ofRussell. Mllh Mr. Thaxler tho claim-a- made a deep Impression upon Will- the same. Said Commissioner will folks. Famous Law Case. saw the counsel for the Russell iam C. Russell, and assured the man fer said oil and gas rights and land for sale together and will bcII said estate and talked with William C. a friendly reception. "Frenso Dan" one-hainRussell and' his coexecutor,- - KerdlnT was .questioned for days by the at- land and one undivided torneys forthe Russell estate In the terest in and to the oil and gas (Editor's Note The following re- and Almy. thereunder as a whole. to us. .Mr. Almy, although a relative of presence of William C. Russell, and sume of the most wonderful case in reThe purchaser will be required a score of persons in whose judgthe history of modern Jurisprudence tho Russehl,. had never seen Daniel lieve; Russell, but William C. Rus- - ment they had confidence were in- to execute bond with approved appeared before Master A. A. Pevey U'ake Immediately after sale. .7- (soil had a distant recol'ecton of his structed to examine the latest sUahq-- 1 This 12 day of Nov. 1913. In this decision made his cohort. up-to-da- te, brother. After the. attorneys had ant and -- give their opinions. Hart E. E. BIRKHEAD. "Fresno Dan," through his at- IStS. "Fresno Daipntussell was establish-- 1 qUQatloncd the .c'aimant and Beveral Master Commissioner. associates, cd as the Ions lost brother of Willie t relatives who had known the younger torney, asked permission to interBarnctt & Woodward Atty's. vene in the proceedings before Judge C. Russell. "Dakota Dan" was brand- son had ssen the Dakota man, "DaGrlgsby's . ed a fraud. 'Fresno Dan, therefore, kota Dan'was rejected by William Lawton, but this privilege was de that deestate C. Russell. But the ranchman from nied. The trlaK went on until April licious liver syrup, has displaced will sharo the million-dollof the late Daniel Russell, of .Melrose, the West spent several weeks in 1, 1910. There had been 122 daysof calomel in nearly every home. Good Mass.) and children alike. Ask Melrose, arid during that time met literal trial and 205 witnesses had for grown-uj.- s (Boston Globe.) a number of the old' residents who testified. The expense to tho Russell J. H. Williams, Hartford, Ky. .'state was estimated at $150,000 and In the history of jurisprudence In recognized hl'm, they said. England and the United States there A Useful Toy. "Dakota Dan" returned to the to the claimant 30,000. Judge Lawton In his decision supIs ino parallel to the Russell Jltiga-tio- n West, but In a few weeks he came 18S9 a great exposition was held In Mhich on Tuesday will reach an- back to Boston with another lawyer, ported every contention of the event in Paris. In order that tho for tho Rus3Sll .estate. He other- climax when Gilbert A. A. A. Leslie Simpson, of Dlckinson7 .N. might be properly commemorated and Pevey, the master appointed by the D". On July 1, 1909, "Dakota Dan" found that "Dakota Dan" was not '.he fanio of this capital of pleasure Supreme Court to hear the eviuenio filed a petition with a register of Daniel Blake Russell, but James D. mUht be adequately advertised the Notes Erom Labor World. oaiiors ana Firemen's Union malus his report. England's famous probate for middlesex county setting Rousseau, the French Canadian. , Eiffel Tower was built. It was a or England has decided The day after the court dismissed identity trial, the Tichborne case. forth that he was Daniel Blake Rusto take a Letter carriers In Russia are paid costly toy, but was worth tho price hallo of members of the union on turned on the lssuo or whether cwio sell, and asking for a decree that as "Dakota Dan's" petition WiLlani C during the exposition season. After from 12.G0 to J 17.50 a month. tho question whether they are pre-announced that 'Fresno this was over claimant was the rightful heir to a such he was entitled to a part of the .tussell the builders realized pared to refuse after May ts substantial property. In the estate of Daniel Russell under the Dan' was his brother, Daniel Blake what they had lost and also that l, 1914, Wages In Victoria, Austra'la.havc v Russell, and soon afterward he in nuip on uoara any ocean going case and herein lies Its ex- terms of the will. thoy had an elephant on thcr hands. increased almost, v 25 per cent, in craft that is not equlped with traordinary character are two men, Thus the Probate Court of Middle- vited him to return to the Melrose It was far too expensive to destroy 20 years. wireless. maintaining that he is the "long sex county was called upon to adju- home. each and too costly to manipulate. lost" son of the deceased Daniel Rus- dicate the issue. The first and vital "Dakota Dan" appealed to tho SuDuring wero 1.116 strikes No one seemed to know exactly As a part or the "safety first" sell, of Melrose. question was whether the claimant preme Court from the decision of what to do with the tower. It stood in franco .lnwhich 287,627 employes movement tho heads of the four Breat beOpe, "Dakota Dan," fudge Lawton. His attorney, A. a monument of man's folly, and at wero Involved" was the younecr son of Deniel Rusrailroad brotherhoods have issued cause he was a ranchman In North sell, for until that was settled the Leslie Simpson, was as determined the same time of his lngonult). to tholr membership to the efi Dakota, 'has for mora than four years court was not required to construe as before to prosecute the cauc of Last year there were 1,832 ,211 The average Parisian acts first feet that In future tho motnberswlll been asserting his claim to recogni- the. language of the will of the his client. Ho applied, to a Justice .of and thinks afterward. The tower was workers employed in factories In the Supremo Court for a Jury trial, built In the first enthusiasm ot the Great Britain, 890,834 of whom were bo held responsible for any railroad tion as the Daniel Blake Russell who lather. accidents or wrecks that result fom lett his father's home in .Melrose in George but this was denied. exposition fever, wltnqut a thought engaged In jthe- textile trades. F. .Lawton, one of the two carelessness io the use and displayMr. Simpson returned to Dickin- of what would became of It after June 1SS3. The second, referred to Judges of " the Probate Court for son, N. D., as soon as V as "Fresno Dan," because he was In it was evi- the gates of the exposition wero Women employed in Jthe" textile in- ing of algna's. Middlesex county, undertook the ar the California city when ho announcdent that the issue was to be settled doted. dustry in Germany arc in a majorduous Inquiry. Judse Lawton began When the executive officials and by a judge Instead of by a Jury. At ed that he was the real RusseJI,made O Then came Into the world, an" It- ity over the men, there belnK September 20, session delegates to tho convention of a belated apearance nearly a year af- the first the courton house at East first bo declared that he Intended alian, Marconi by name, who startled females as against 371,000 men. 1909. In American Federation ot Labor passed ter the Dakota man insttuted the suit Cambridge, and found himself con- to return to Massachusetts and in- all nations with his wireless telegButte, Mont., recently "m for the pharo in tho estate which besist upon a speedy 'trial. A. few raphy. It was first regarded as an "Chicago jantors are to takoastrilke through fronted with a complex and perplexlonged to Jthe missing younger eon. nxonths later be made an agreement experiment without practical value. vote on December 6. They demand their way to Seattle they were preing condition. During the premerits aouyenlrs by with counsel .for the other side (or Today the globe Is circled with wire- a minimum wage of $C0 a month for sented with unlqus One court has dnled the claims of of the claim of "Dakota Dan" had a poseponoment the Montana Federation of Labor. of the case until he less stations. Jt Is ono of, the great- eighteen apartment., flat the man from Dakota, and on Tues- bqen buildings Tho so active In Melrose that sensouvenirs were in the form of day ihe decision of Mr, Pevey, could find the time for itfco work eav est gifts of' the present inventive down to a minimum of $8.50 for a sympathy had produced a miniature showcase containing samSupreme timent and volved. tho representative of tho age and has been the means of sav building . Intense partisans, .while William C ples of gold, silver, copper and Court, will be filed at East Cambrldg othor Nothing more was done in 1910, ing the Elffe' Tower. his refusal to recognize valuablo ores produced la Montana. Pevey Is called upon to report Russe), in Mr, Tho bureau ot labor statistics of and 1911 passed with no attempt by The expensive toy has been the man as his brother, was supported whether the evidence, on which he by tho City of Paris and now the Department of Labor of the by a band of equally positive adher the attorney for "Dakota Dan" to spent nearly a year, tends to prove Mrs. Fankburst. early in bring .the case to trial. stands the highest wireless station in United States .has Issued a bulletin ents. that "Dakota Dan" is Daniel Blake Finally, early dn 1912, the claimant the entire world. It has before it, urging tho prohibition ot night work She has come across the sea to Families were divided, sisters Iden appeared In Boston Rus'sdl. season ot folly, a craeer ot for children eighteen years old or explain to you and stated that and me why the wotifying "Dakota an" as a corapan- - Mr. Simpson had withdrawn and he utter its As, the action Itf brought by this usefulness. The million dqllar- - toy younger. men or Old England tried to pound their childhood and brothers must find other counsel, hut he con- will now serve as a citadel ot time against tho executors of the 'on ciaimant will ot Daniel Russell, Ferdinand A. 'Insisting that the Westerner bono no fessed he had no means and could for the world. 'Statistics issued by the 'United tholr country flat; lot us hope she Almv and William O. Russell, tho , resemblance to their former playmate, not pay a retainer even. The second International time con- tSates Government of men employed won't Incite nativo suffragists to question for the master to determine Daniel Blako Russell. Melrose was Wl'llam 'R. Scharton finally came ference met at Paris last week. It there aro more fatal accidents In fight, won't stir up to bloody battle is the identity of the claimant. He organized into two hostllo camps, for to tho relief of the ranchman, and ap had been decided at a previous con- tho metal mines of tho country than Rhota Dorr and Carrie Catt. Mrs. need cot, but ho probably will, ex- thoso who never had seen or heard o plied to the Supremo Court for Ian ference that an international time in tho coal mines T Pankhurst is a duck and I wish tier press an opinion as to what the evi- Daniel Blake Russell until after "Da- early trial. Gilbert A. A. Povey, of bureau should be established at the o bujly luck, and 1 hopo her suffrage kota Dan" presented himself, wore Cambridge, was appointed a master to dence has shown with reference .Pennsylvania now French capital. At this second meetwoman's em colters iK'$irU em an acnlng tho identity of "Fresno Dan," whom as committed to ono side or the oth- to hear the ovldence&s tho Supreme ing further plans were formulated ployment law has gone into effect vod; huj I.atnnot help but think er as, the old neighbors of the RusWilliam C Russell has declared is Court judges could not lve the time and the leading part of the Eiffel and tho limit of hours for employ,-- that her ennui's on tho blink, that sell family. his brother, Daniel Blako Russell. to it. Tower station Is to take in the plan ment ot women and fc'Irto Is now a dame like Mrs. Pankhurst sohuld reFor months while the hearing was Mr. Pevy held the first hearing ot giving time by wireless to the fifty-foThe Russell case has already hours per week except In bo usefully employed. Far across quired two lengthy trlalB, and If tho In progress in East Cambridge suppor at East Cambridge on July 10, 1912. world worked out in dotall. The tho home and on the farm. Tho tho ocean foam she has doubtless end has been reached now it has es- era of tho respective sides in the. Ho-e- a( throughout the summer and great heiRht of ton tower gives It new law prohibits the employment ot a home; if she hasn't ahe should trooped from Melrose well into the fall, with occasional tablished a record in .Massachusetts controversy value as a wireless sta- ot women or girls for more than ot o.ne, and that for the number of court days that dally, some to testify and others to interruptions to permit the attor tion, From it the Hertzian waves six consecutive days and hot more for her; loaves of home" the place bread she ought have been spent hearing evidence and express their feelings in the corridors neys to attend to their other law will be sent to ships sailing in dis- than ten hours in any one day. to bake, or compound a tempting arguments. of the court houso and In tho streets business. he transferred ithe tant waters and to stations locat Then cake, whllo she's ranttug round the Daniel Russqll, who had made a for No trial other than of a great crlml hearings to Boston and during the ed in distant lands. The last of a debt fo $22,000 ewed country, filling all the tunc in tho clothing trado during the nal case, had ever drawn crowds cqu succeeding months they were hold the American Railway Union in her homo across air with fur. Practical unification of time the by the sea she Civil War and liad Increased it by al to those that besieged Judgo Law-ton- 's In '' room "Vn tho Suffolk county world over means much to commerce. when it went to pieces years should have a uulitia beo. she courtroohl. judicious Investments jn real estate, At present ships take their reckon- ago has Just been paid (etf by Eu- Mibutd manufacture courthouse, cookies for a gene V. Debs, who waa the founder bunch of died in Melrose In 1907. In his will "Dakota Dan's" cause was handlTho closing arguments were fin- ing by aid pf chronometers, which little Panks; but she isn't bequeathing most of his estate to ed principally by A. Leslie Simpson, ished oa June 6. In the nearly eleven are variable and subject to orror. and president of the organization.ult that way, and she. spiels fretu his elder son, William C Russell, the North Dakota lawyer, who had months that elapsed from the dato A very slight mistake In time, means day to day, stirring up to Danle.l Russell expressed the wish been admitted to practice In Mass- of the opening hearing Mr. Pevey eat a considerable distance on the sea. An early announcement is expected deavor a'.l the tlresom-- fresh en" that if his younger don, Daniel Blake achusetts to give him the right to 151 days and heard the testimony The wireless will permit a frequent of the result of the referendum vote cranks. To her mission I say "Pisht" Russell, who bad been missing slnco appear as counsel of record. Air. of 160 witnesses. The last word was adjustment ot chronometers and lead just taken of tho membership of the women ought to taith where June, 1885, returned within twenty Simpson cleverly marshaled an army addresed to the mater three years, to vastly greater accuracy in ships Bricklayers, Maaeas and Plasteres' the mlshlne most is nwriad-- ji.1.1- years 4 ho t;ldcr brother should share of witnesses from Melrose to Iden- eight months and fifteen days after reckoning. International Union on 'the question homes, among their kids; but I kope him equally. with tify "Dakota Dan" as Daniel Blake the day Judge Lawton began tho So, after all, (he folly of a nation of the esUb)laaeotOt aa'pld age youro doing fm, ta William C. Russell and Ferdinand Russell, even producing persons who first hearing. In its ambition to out do all other pension and disability fund. Lmmallne, and I'll loin - wtJ. Almy, who were named as execut bad worked in the Russell house be- The expense of the second trial nations turns out tote a folly that who hear you, when they wtecu ors, had no knowledge of tho where- - foro the younger son left home. Dan: to the Russell estate has been es- - will be.of great benefit to the world. The. executive wuicU of the N- .,.,. M. as;-.v- AK Mason, iel Blake Russell's "fflrl sweetheart" 1 mated Jcamo forward among others to too- - of both at 160.000. maklnc the total trials $210,000. It cost RP- - I The Fact Remains WINTER Your MILLINERY Hats Zl 4. 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