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HARTFOKD, OHIO COUNTY, they may bollcvc from the in this caso boyond a reason-abbvl-den- co el KYM FJRIDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1913. men, as women nrq at homo more, preclation that it does not run la wear looser clothing and are conse- HOW FOLK perpetuity, as witness the later treatquently more liable to bocome indoubt that tho defendants did ment of Mr. Folk it is undeniably create, establish, organize and enter fected. certain that In INSECT BORNE "There aro said to be about fifty 1VEN HEAVY FINE into or bocome a member of and thirWAS SHELVED their enthusiasm the first flush pCt Mlssourlans do species of fleas in tho United States, ties to a pool, combine, agreement, thing. confederation or understanding, each and to my mind without evidence at "In this caso there was but onev hand to show, they should ba looked if olther Srganfield Jury Decides with tho other andindividual coriwra- - fjggr ajj(J Saturday Evpnintr Pnc.t Po.lthlns to d0- - That ono thing was persons tlon, iartnerelu, Flea Viewed upon with grave suspicion with refJoa h w Mk . bUhl erence, to the spread nnd transmis anu associations 01 persons, ior uio they esteemed hlnu and they elected Co. Violated Law. purpose of depressing and fixing the veals A Dark Secret. sion of pellagra. With Suspicion. him Governor, with full knowledgo-o- f price of leaf tobacco and in tho strip "Another victim of pellagra pretho constitutional limitation to sented herself, not without equal in and In possession of tho .farmer and the governorship. A govrcnorserve Pay Seven Thousand Dol association of farmers, tho purpose Dr. W A Dearman Tells Of Ex- - terest, in a bright mulatto woman, Enemies Permitted Him To Be four years in Missouri and is note!-Iglb- le anu ciicci oi saiu ihxji, wusi.comeu-oratioyears, sno gave a , u.sixi twenty-tw- o for Thus the agreement or understanding, history of no trouble until sho came Made Governor and Lost Him lars In Fines awL Forfeit periments Concerning a Dishonorln? Folk, did it in was to depress and fix' the price of Into possession of a manfty dog .which a manner that had no cumulative attCharter. A Senatorship. ease Prevalent in Ky. showed slRns of mange and salivation leaf tobacco and' in the strip below its achment. They gave him his four This dog came to her home1, she devel-- J real value under ordinary and natural years at Jefferson City and fhea oped a typical case of pellagra, in conditions, as charged In the Indictturned to other things." .Morganflcld, Ky., Dec; 2. After do- - ment, yot you4cannot from the the meantime having becomo Infested I There's a good little yarn about JoOne of the moat interesting paonititiK on a verdict exactly o." raln- In the case convict the defend- pers read before the Section of .Me- with fleas from this dog. I also pur seph WIngate Folk, Solicitor for the Jesse Felix Injured. tho jury returned a verdict da ants or members of ''them- as charged dicine of the Southern Medics) Asso- chased this dog, and infested sever- - State Department, in Saturday Even- ring the Imperial Tobacco corn- - In tho indictment, unless you should ciation lost week wus the essay pre- al rabbits, chickens and white mice, lnS Post it is not the kind' of yarn , The Bowling Green Messenger, ot .. . ,i Tnu.. ,"" ln louowing con-- a ay jof Kentucky, and the Imperial believe from the evidence beyond a " reader is led to expeot, but (tho , sented by Dr. W. A. Dearman of and also kept, the dog In a cage-witthe 8evcro ,nJury of Mr- - JeM9 cco company of Great Britain reasonable doubt and in Henderson Long Beach, Miss., at the Wednesblack Hondureanean monkey for expectation serves a tfood purpose vho iormey attended school ad Ireland, each guilty of violating county, "' Kentucky, and within 12 day afternoon session on "3ome views two months; at present, however. ' holding the atttention'to the college. law.-anfco Kentucky anti-trufixed months before the finding of the In- of monkeys and rabbits." no avmntnmsnf nollno-hnvo rivo1nn.'ter end. While a auanttt.v nf tnrnxm.i. a,t "While playing .basket ball In Che- fine o(. $3,600 and costs each, a dictment here, the defendant, the Im being communicated about od in the monkey, neither in the t,0, i Upon the Experimental Inocutlon of $7,000. This also carries with perial Tobacco company, Incorporat of his findings in connection with rabbits, chickens or mice.: "The dog ,ne Iissourian is quite weli worth Y. M. C. A. b'ymnasium on last Wed nesday evening, Jesse Folix, a atu- t tho automatic forfeiture of tho ed, did as a member of and a party a number of expperimenls with ani- Hnnn nipn urtrn a rmnir ii onttvi-aiiuhiuk. tarter of both companies to do bus- - to and In pursuancot'said, combine, mals, which he had at times bel The "anecdote" concerns Folk's for- - d,eittt at,tJ,e Normal Schopl la tW No evidence of pellagra could r. uui- t.iayer.re-Jectl- oa sphere of activity in Missouri. in Kentucky. agrec.pool.trust, confederation or un- found post mortem, except slight con-.ni,' Dearman said: CIP- Where, according to the writer. Bam Ylngt a fa,nful cut oa h,s e attorneys for the defenso will derstandlng depress and .flit the price of the. small intestine. The marked seasonal incidence of mx-" "m " grounds for a new trial, and if 0( 4af and strip .tobacco In the hands "Samples of corn-meT,cr nrcnes wag iMr.-iixwere obtain- - Blythe, his efforts have for some V pellagra, the rise and fall of pellagra A on ,. " w years been confined lnrrtv tn rruled .Tho case will be taken to'nnd possession of farmers or assocla- i,m.. and malaria In my section along the court of apeals. ltKneceBar ,for tloa of farmers and had a)d ileal, and Gulf Coast, prompted and led me tocal dealers. Moulds were cultivat- - "lag for office and lecturing. , ,n Bew e trial has attracted attention .., l0uuo for sale below Its real "Mr. Folk." the anecdote runs. ea. isoated aeroblcally and anaeroW-- l Piibite to make Investigations along the line l up' Ml"- ' only In Kentucky hut throughout ( vajue under natural nd ordinary f0811? cally. suspended In. physiological aalt "desired to be a United States Sen- f ,B thogt th day' and nolB State and foreign coun- - dltlons and did then and there pur of Insect transmission. souUon and experimenUlly Injected atr. but, as it turned out; he was J' "The first oC. my activities in this r6"1 and fed to rabbHs, chickens, pigs more or less aloiu .n his dalro. 'Any- - Be""8T7 chase leaf tobacco from said farmer be remembered toyare Henson, cjrcult Judge of theor association of farmers,at said flx-- direction was with the bedbug. I and monkeys. Neither ever develop- - how, he did not achieve his ambition. was successful in collecting from a many ,n Hftrtrord as one of the. be cx.aeciineu to try we case, ana ed price, below its real value under. ed and no lesions resembling pella- - And, again, he desired to ,be the " w? .(.ruwiw uuwi wi c candldatfl Tat PrMlHant. .. "" Mmj e Hanbory of Hopklnsvllle was natural and ordinary conditions, and bed which a pe'laerin had occupied 0m n Kow wj.tn.wi.ui i Democrat .v 'of team. He has, made good as a mem The unless you. should believe beyond a for six months, a large number Inted by Gov. McCrcary. "From what I have gained in the and sought the support of Grand Old ,1 began on Monday.November 25, reasonable doubt, you will find the de these human parasites, Including about way of experimental Inocculatlons Missouri. The amount of literature ber ot the "Keen Cutter' team at snd sessions have been held both day fendants,each of them, not guilty as fifty, large and small; these were with- blood of pellagrins in the in- - that Bill Cockran .wrote and clrculat- - Bowling Green and bis friends here kept In a wide mouthed, well ventiind night ever since. The case has cbarKcd In tho Indictment. clplaecy of the disease, and the re- - od with the earnest Intent of get- - and In tho Park City hope for hi lated Jar. I induced these bedbugs to early recovery. bitterly fought .and some of the The court further says' to the Jury port Everett S. Laln's lnvestlga- - ting tho Missouri delegates or Mr. the Uons pf skin most eminent counsel in Kentucky that a criminal conspiracy ,n charged bite and abstract blood from among full- - Flk was nothing short of Btupeu- on diseases largo vein underneath the wing of ,. NO CREEK. were employed in tho caso. It was excellent literature In the tnditment herein motto acor- blood Indians of Oklahoma (Journal dous. n a chicken. It was neces- ADec. Mrs. C. M. Barnett aa& The arguments opened Monday rupt combination of 'JHtreement M: A. July 19, 1913. Vol 1.XI. p. there need be no question aboutthat; sary to extinguish the light before with Judge Malcojm 168rwlth other evidence too numor- - hut there was a circuuistance that Miss Alice Foster, Hartford, xnrer two or more corporMlons or they would begin their blood suck man speaking tor the defense. Ho between a person or persons of a ous to set forth in this article, I rendered iMr. Folk's quest, as au- - lne Bueats or jure. Jno. W. Sander- " was followed by O. Talbott Berry for partnership and corporation, "or cor- - ing activities. After a few minutes fool convinced from my own observa--, thorod by Bill, somewhat difficult, tur Thanksgiving., ! Jest-tub- e .spellirigi he prosocuuon. Henry D. Allen was poratlon of a partnership, do by con- - they were removed to a That circumstance was Champ Clark. - There. wa an old-titlona -- adfrom hfs statement-tha- t r .. v .nti. nn imtowrui n onH I! and. there could be seen many discreet in his Inability in the study hn next for fhn dnfandanta. "Mr. Clark also desired to be the mancn given at Jflast no creek Mt of vl' v " . . oArhvmnt!n annim rtn ifct ahin nvap. " ' " ,v" nd he was followed by Mon. A. O. to do a lawful act by . . v , unlawful., . these five thousand Indians to find Democratic candidate for President Thursday night. ,u l" """ ""urc " tanley. Judge Dorsey closed for the mcans. and came mighty near belnc bo, ' Miss Carrie Buchanon, and little-,-, a single case of pellasra, while they tleCens'e this morning and Common- .., . n. subsisted principally on spoiled corn,"' too; but that drags tilings along to brother Paradise, visited' thejr. broth-t- o The court further says to the. Jury , f. I wealth's Attorney Sam Dixon, finish- ' presumes the defendant. I "" Lhe Baltimore, and a deadlock and noun'- - 5r Mr. Oscar Buchanon last week". doubt very materially that ""V"1?4 about "T"1" ry ledfortho.prosecutlon.ItUsaldthat,tha'Imperla, Mrs- - w- - c- - Wajlacg spent lost Wefl cause of the disease is lurking in dawgs' and lots of things that have Tobacco- company. of , bugs' by nesday with relatives near Central him speech of Commonwealth's At- -' Kentuckv. Inomorated. to he lnno-- A grcater numler. spoiled corn, and that the condition no place In this story, tlme were dead, due to jthelr fatal ' B Forney Dixon, was one or the greatest cont untll it is proven guilty beyond "The point is that Mr. Folk's de- - Grove. known as palagra which is becom- combat. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Ernie WalrH - ffortn of his llfe.The caso was sub- - .. .nannt.ia UUMfl, M.U .ir xm hova ing so alarmingly prevalent In the sire and Mr. Clark's desire, could " WW tbMSVIHIUlV MW pe- "Up to 'e present time, a y, miico. to mo jury ai iz:z ociock a reasonab e doubt ot these defend- Southern States, Invading new ter-- not be accommodated by the Mls- - lace a slrl, Nov. 30. i knd a verdict returned 35 minutes ants having been proven guilty of tho rlod t about rou months, no Jeslons rltory, leaving death, insanity and sourl Democrats, as they could send Mr. John Ruby,. Williams .ilinerfi aeroafter. invalidism In its wake, terrorizing but one set of delegates to .the con- - BPonit Sunday with his daughter, Mr. offense as charged in tho Indictment; have developed In this chicken. ' "On several occasions my attention American people and yleldlns to no ventlon; and after the smoke of bat- - Jo Chapman. . KThe court says to fjao Jury, if they you will find It. not guilty. Misses Myrtle .Willlford 'and Um Iiould believe from tho evidence, In i The court further says to the Jury was attracted by the jnalisnancy of therapeutic applJc&tiops, is to my tie had cleared away Mr. Clark might lie case, .beyond a reasonable doubt, that the law' presumes the defendant, certain cases of pellagra in members mtnd without evidence at hand, a have been observed herding "the del- - Balrrt visited redatves at BeiVfer Dam " '" tho defendant, tjq Imperial To- - The Imperial ' Tobacco company of ol the same household suffering from disease that In all probability da in- - egales and Mr. Folk delegating the Saturday and iSundy". Mr. Charley Foster after several icco company, of Kentucky, Inor- - Great Britain and IrelandjLtd., to be ine aisease, or an inaiviauais wuo naa 8ectborn, and the dog and cat flea herd. 'As the advertisements used to week's illness Is convalescent. trated, and the Imperial Tobacco innocent until It is oroven Guilty be- -. frequently visited these ,homes,faeav- - should be looked upon with suspicion, By. Mr. Folk was "At liberty" wnpany of Great Britain and Irelan, y0nd a reasonable doubtnd if upon Uy Infested with fleas where dogs not to the exclusion ot other possl- - and he renewed his lyceumlng.'.' Mrs. Moten King Is improving. . Miss Beatrice Wallace, who has" Ulmltod.dld.bcfore the finding of the the whole case you should have a wero n "the habit of sleeping on ble transmitters and furhter experiThe anecdote 'proceeds, or rather adlctment herein, create, establish, reasonable doubt of fhls defendant the beds in the day time. Ono or ment. Study and --observation is yet reverts, to tell how It was that Folk been confined to her room' tor sev"v- pr&anjze and. eter Into or become having been proven guilty ot the of- - these patients, a Negro woman, gave lacking and needed to discover and became a candidate for Oovemor.' eral weeks with whooping cough, is mwry oi naving ueen mies.ou to come Into full possession of all Ithe "He was Circuit Attorney of St. better. aemDers ot a party to or in any fense charged In the lndictmentyou UeM trom this dog, and had facs relattlng to I WIUl Mr. Thurman Wardwhohasbeen.,.,,, P"ay Interested in a pool, trust, com-- 1 wm fnd it not guilty. Louis, and St. Louis was by no its etllogy." inoucea no sign oi uieir penagrou mcans a chic center of political pur- - visiting relatives for. sometime, to hine, agreement, cpnieaeratton' or un- un"1 8he uatl come in each with the other, or Warn l derstandlng, Weather CaiMS Great condI"on Fanama Looking Forward tO lty by no J113'- - The distressing turned to his homo at FironkHn Sot- - , i . iwawwwn oi too uug. riiB any corporauon, iiartnersnip.in- i wmgm .uo .verity W th z x- - 'on was that St. urday. . dog and Immediately placed him in a persons or association ot Upeillf 01 dividual Mrs. Alex Carson was given a-ILouIs was a., j. 53 dls-pupolitical- -' ' Lperaons, for tho purpose of regulat- -' Glasgow, Ky., Dec. if. Reports are cage with a full grown Rhesus inon- Panama, Nov. 29. While looking Jy as any muniw.paUty of wheh we, kitchen shower by her neighbors and ig, controlllnif, depressing and fix- - coming in from over tsouuieru iven. Key and Kept them continually asso- - rorwara wuu wwiuwu, to tne opening or the suuung in a oroaa, General Amen- days. The Isthmian canal and anticipating Mrs. Delia Plrtlo and Mlse Ada the price of leaf tobacco and In tucky, telling oftho great, loss- oi elated for thlrty-eeve- n a can sense, had wotted since the ear strip, or cither In the. hands and nieat by spoiling. It la thoueht that monkey soon became, heavily infest- - great Increase and an Miller Central Grove, were guests estab- liest days of graft, sslon of the farmers or assocla- - the extreme warm weather of the post ed with fleas from this dog. They lished prosperity, Panama Is today "Young Mr. Folk sensed this sit- - of Mr. D. E. Ward and family Sun s of farmers or cither in Hender- - ten days has teen the cause. When- could be seen crawling on her body observing the 92nd anniversary of uatlon and became Incensed thereby day. .. AAiiniv IfAntlwtlrv fsvi. ooIa t.v rtlA innV OftltlA flAVAVial .WfekS fi0. and burled in the skin. The dog her independence from Spain. It was He, as Circuit Attorney, .began hailthem and association of farmers and followed by the freezo, many of the soon died from emaciation and block the last of the So i A.ner'van ing various persons, hitherto held to Thanksgiving Dinner got. busy and slaughtered diarrhoea. the purpose and effect' of said pool. farmers colonics to shake off Its European be ot great power In St. Louis affairs, Mr: and Mrs. T. J. Everly entertained "Up .to this time, a period ot three rule when on November 28, .1821, it before grand juries, and he seemed trust, combine, agreement, confoder- - their boss for tho winter. Later when on the 27th with a Thanks weather turned suddenly ,warm months, no sign .of pellagra have declared Independence trom Spain. V ation or underetandlog.if onyjwaa to the to be utterly oblivious to either giving dinner. The dinner was boua- I- - dopress and fix the price of leaf to-- every preparation known for preserv- - developed In the monkey, de" It then became for a time, the V Atocco and in the strip, below .the real ing.meat. was used fcy soaie, but "Plague, under the name of 'black partment ot the Isthmus of the now wvmw mn. uu a uiiug vrixu uim. ' aid tlfully spread and served In' a most par ordinary and natural much of it is saia to oe' opouea. death,' .which once decimated the Republic of Columbia, but its his- proceeded as he had planned, hewins becoming maner. After all1 had value under assem- I.Tals wJJl be a great loss Jo the farm- - population of the earth, havlnRniade tory for many years continued to be to the line; and he hewed the re- - take ot the ood dinner, they ..comditlone. j hlAfl In iha nnrlnr nnjt AAntr RAnu oT And It the Jury should fully believe, ws, many of whom lhad already sold its grewsom appearance flret on our one ot strife until 1903 when Inde- spectablllty and he political power Uyo aftr beyond areasoa;,!aJ.of the hogs they raised, except shores in coast cities and towns,and pendence from Colombia was effect- and the perquisites and a ot of MnJ jfrom tho evidence, wh,ch eir crowd departed.for they killed In order tfl keep being principally transmitted by the ed. bio doubt, tbjrt ithe defendant, other protuberances off a considerable home w,Bh, Mp and Mn( Bver, rat flea, Induced me to Investigate Imperial Tobacco company ot Ken- - front feeding thorn. Some of the milestones In Panama's number of persons who had been doThanksgiving days. more this Insect as a probable transmitter history, after lhe Independence from Iw what they pleased In and with St. m tucky, Incorporated, .did, as a mem- n part00,k tmU werfl pKnt vu of pelagra. Furthermore, pellagra be- Spain in 1821 are the completion of party to, and la pursu- er. of and a Marsh, Brothers, coatraotora on the ing principally a European disease the Panama railroad in w'tJoK iBoe. said conspiracy .agreement, pool 1865, the "Those were exciting and Interest-- 1 jf oniblne. trust, onfedtratlon or ua- - Walter Allen well succeeaea in re- - and coming to our shores In exactly start ot the construction, of ibe ng days In St. Louis. When you g Render lerstandlng and within 13 moaths be- - coyerlnK the tools Wedassdoy, after the same manner, first making Its Panama canal In 1881 and treaty took up the paper yeu never knew !ftnd cW Mf Mn w c we appearance, according to I statistical with the United States In 1904 whether to read the indictment new, finding pf the. indictment . everal weeKs aeuy asa fore the and ch Mr aad Mw records, on the coast of the Carolinas through which Panama virtually be- or the salllngfor-huroi.- e Kheraln, depress and fix the price of drill agan, now. tU;lot,a daughter. Mr. and and later invading new territory In came a protectorate of the United v"- -1 Pcieaand strip tobaeeo la the hands rrH Mrs. Richard Klncheloe and daufc- .. T ,'?" It Is reported that work Is to be the Interior with alarming rapidity States, neau or tne oner you wou.y.no xne 'asd possession, of the fareters or as t Qy d m sociations ot farmers, whs, had said begun again at the Beds well in a and unabated. Her shores. whloh were the Mecca name, of some pillar, w; p. - Intorawtlon new management. "J .have .reliable tha$ ofVplMteW until Spain built a cost- - .ructure of Jhat. fair c ty .Mr. Folk. leaf and strip tobacco for ssle.bslow short time, under ,ckm Um . la Europe, where pellagra 'has rav iy Louis. He., I u" .. , r this real value under natural and ordl ttki arouaa pie capital in 1011 ipome procoal.y not besa recovered aged The tools have for hundreds of Tfl nary coadltloBS, and1 did then and. ssc yinuaHy mrnisn a peaceiui t0O.UI moi tt- profession ivr quite n.ui.hi . from said at the SuUeager well ana the out- there are found thousands of mangy .tfcjul'f tr. Nhere, purchase, leaf totacssfsnuers, at look js no$ good. This is the well do's, infested with fleas In that calling smrt for the shipping of the an abandoned some Ume, faade it a distaste! ul and 'Unnvar MMh VMlmdtlXi association of world. . " ' n A .,.y trouble. It country. Net .unlike condMloas in the InAMil. linmHtlinkl. MAIIIVntlntl value I :sld fixed price, below this real consM-tlea- which, has given so naucs.ton Mattle Maddex and Sandford s; will be United States. Jt otttacka and Is thousht a sow loess ed the population of Hw penltentla- - ijAiioXt .under natural and ordinary For Sate. women with an overwhelming , ry jo aa extant, aiso ne securea wr . then you will find the defend--mnts,- selected. ration In xsowparisoa with the cases Buff Opplngten .Origsby's lusi' '4a- Cockerels,, mart himself a wide. afclaUu. tjs ons of tasw so sBBdl Kentucky stockfceWeff aKoag-Biss- . The We The Insect transmission strain: fl.00 and fl.50 each." charged In the ladletawnt, "It Is well knows that the "TO1 Uckua Mver synsp, has siyil.nsd ifcullty MRS. P. V. TWKDDELL.V nor have composed 'tfesir dWfenaeora4 hypottesi night ot ft Partial ev of Missouri are aa latsasely apprec.lo- - calomel in nearly every home, at a fine of not less than 5 planotloa for the creotsr number ef nnea Hartford,-- Ky., R. 7. , and chUarea alike. Ove people. Though it may , be true for grown-up- s v' develefsasak wlfl 95,600. In your discretion. more than esses oeeurlng in womea tlan to Cumber!and' 'phone, ZOtf. that there are m limits to thlf ap-- J. H.WiUlssM, Hartford, Ky. The court further sojs $e the my be fMdsrfftkea. PELLAGRA IS the-righ- Qt n, ns, I i'K jf evl-don- co - '" """ "Ing "llu -- bit-.V0- st , in-D- cr """"'" - -- ('n.110,,. al fm' con-Unit- ed 't.Jf -- "?' n. -- -. -- full-grow- Yea-itWe- en " 1 unr-nko- ... f" " " n it - ."" -- jnit -- i.w. taiai. re SrT-...!- Iho-wh- sna ys v-- -- ,"," clidiraSina ""i""'''" SSSSJ in-tes- ts ujw M riS ci i ji$,& j m d. . w '' or - lDr &h'jagi:.. f-- j.at,j'M-.-4efcuivit-- . , tt(iM ,'&. ..AjJ. . BOWLING GREEN, they multiplied their counting. English, Penmanship or Typewriting can be completed KENTUCKY. in their first year after leavino school, and The students ivho went to positions in July and August will earn $60,000 words, by taking a business course this is almost $50,000 morehan they ever made in any other one year. In other earning-powe- r by six. A course in Bookkeeping. Shorthand. Stcnotypy. Telegraphy. Railroad Acr in a few months. Write the School for Its Catalogs. Bankers Books. Rate-Shee- ts. Photographs and Other Information. fc A HEROIC DEFENSE (be ricbt and left Ii.iikN, a blghlana friend who U souietlilni; of a Gaelic soliol.ir slvea me the luterestlni: Infor- TASTE AND SMELL mation that In Nat-lli- the right and left bauds bwome ivstKH-tivelthe "south" band and the "north'" hand It comes The moral the Story of 'The Last Cartridges" Gaelic Ideaaspect ofsouth as out in well Closely Allied, They Are the Most I rich, of the Elusive of the Senses. favored and fortunate and tbe north ns and the French Marines. reverse. In the "south" hand nre the than the , perceives tiner distinctions carried riches and honor. Tbe north THE BATTLE AT. BAZEILLES. handed m.ui Is unlucky. And now we RIDDLE OF FLAVOR AND ODOR. person who has given little attention to these sHclal senses anil their deknow why It l so mauy Scotsmen go velopment. Arguments are of tu avail. southward! Loudon Chronicle. Smell Ha Been Termed Taste at a ns was recognized In the popular and ComnarKiant Lambert' Simple Report Distance," and the Way In Which ancient proverb. 'There Is no dlsput Fled the Wrath. f the Desperate Conflict With the I Anything Is Appreciated by the Cells tni? nlHiiit fastes." There Is no sclen Friendly Constable Come. come. sir. Bavarians That Wa Immortalized In of Taste and Small Is Exactly Alike. title explanation of tbe fait tli.it one you must pull yourself "together: there's Se tVeuville's Famous Painting. person likes onions nnduiotber abliurs your wife calling you Festive Oent-W- ha We think we know all about tasting them. Rome iktsoiis are fond of A fatuous I'retich buttle painting she call hie calling- me. Billy or Cartridges." tbe work William? Constable William, sir Fes nnd smelling, but these are tbe most olives only Hfter they h.ive cultivated calWl "Tlie ,rf(JlijlbiUM! Je Neuvllle. repremnU the tlve Gent Then you bet I'm not EoloV elusive senses and so closely .allied that the taste. The only suggestion of uu they have been called the "wedded explanation Is that In some persons uVfeiise of :iu old hou.-- e ut .hlc'ome. London Opinion. senses." If you wish to be convinced the chrmleal changes brought about Han-ilby u handful of French m:i by onions or olivet are pleasing, while their riim aigaluM Krisit ouK Doubt bav- - New JanitorMonopolist. you see thnt of the closeness of you connection In others they are offensive. It Is the Don't have a severo notice the next time iasg iuru cast iiun (be authenticity of sign. "Heggars Not Allowed In This cold in tbe bead and ascertain bow gustatory nerve that tells the tale, but tkh .isiUe. (be French goveruniPiit Building" Besgar-T- es: I put It up little Is understood about It New Utile taste you get from your food, Tork World. .&aa iiutjlislicd the otUcl.il reiort nimle I'm tbe owner. New York Globe. even though it be the most "tasty." arj 0ram:indainylauilert. who com- In fact, flavor and odor are great Why should we call ourselves men. aaatMtal the detiichmcnl at Bazellles. A man can know nothing of manmiles It be to succeed In everything Tfc kind without knowing something of puzzles to all of the physical Investigareiirt is simply a plain, tors. Tho preponderance of evidence everywhere? Mlrnlteau. recital of (be events of a thrill-iata- r himself. BeaconsflVlil. points to the suggestion that all taste a"l heroic series of eiigufcenu'iits s and odor are brought about by chemical Police View of Waaner. 2a trliith undaunted bravery aud Who Gets the Medals? Here Is a description of tbe great changes Iu tbe ends of tbe nerves havura?e were truly diplayed aud "I understand that you have a One ooukl furnish abundant mate- - composer which was dated May IS. J ing to do wltb .these sensations. Smell track team here." said tlie visitor to tbe 'vfew taoiMl fn has been termed "taste at u distance." guide who was showing talus through , .xal Cor a .dramatist In need of text IftiQ tvhn i (rsmiif nr-siirriug play. This is tbe brief t "arrest Richard Wagner, one of the! and tbe way In wbicb anything Is ap- the college "What Individual holds slry as it was recounted by tbe brave most prominent adherents of the revo preciated by the cells of taste and most of the medals?" lutionary party, and to deliver him up Tbe guide pondered. "Well, sir." he IjiAbert fand been wounded by a ball to tbe royal court of Justice. Wagner smell Is precisely alike. Tbe Infinitely small particle that said. "I guess It Is the pjwnbroker thirty-seveeight years or thirty 3 Us s aud was unable to walk more is downtown." F.xchange. lfuu a fw stet. With a few Ulcers' old. of middle height: has brown hair.- reaches tbe nose must first be dissolv Macuiiicnt of hlv soldiers, cnt' wears glases: open forehead; eye- ed lo the mucous covering of the olfac No Wonder. 8oai tlie main body of the French brows brown: eyes gray blue: noe tory bulb hefwre IU odor can be caught "You are aluays talking about the ana mouiu wen proponioneu: cuiu and transferred to the end of the ol- high cost of living." ay. tit took refuge In an isolated sneaking and Particulars: ion ?it thp iitirlipsr nolut In Bnzellles I round. he U hasty "In London Spec-- j factory nerve. Tbe same Is tbe case "Well, that's about all I bear at moving ajasiaJeifcnded' It against tbe Germans. with tbe thing that Is to be tasted. home." Pfciug from tbe windows and any ' tator. It, too. Is dissolved in tbe Juices of "From your wife?" Quel, oOuar openings that tbey could "No, from my wife's father. We are tbe moutb aud then makes Its way to Dickering For Talent. Slte soMAsrs inflicted beavy loss upon some one or more of tbe taste cells, living with him. you know." Cleve uiar. who swarmed through the "My wife has adopted a scheme used when the chemical change takes place land Plain Dealer. ttncbi t (he town. They believed by tbee baseball managers." wblcb sets up n sensation In tbe gusf&eat tbiy- - would soon be rescued by "How now;" tatory, ner.ve. and we really taste the Strong on Bills. negotiations wltb, substance and announce to ourselves "She Is carrying on tiaeitr own troops. Winkle My wife would make a good the sound of or others bow it tastes. T!7 tlll beard tbe detonationstheir our neighbor. Mrs. Wombat." congressman. HInkle Why? Winkie of tatfcbcaflVeiises "About wbatr and Most persons tblnk that as tbe tongue She's always Introducing bills Into "My wife wants to trade our launCrunch cUassepots, which they J In the cbref organ of taste you could house. Judge. distinguish perfectly well from dress and a couple of housemaids for taste anything placed anywhere on tbe the - Mrs. cook, but Mrs. tongue. But Wombnt's star 'nounds of tbe guns of the Bavathis Is far from being Repentance Is a goddess and the Wombat wants a bonus." Pittsburgh true. There are three chief kinds of tfamm aSxmt them. of those who baTes.erred. 1TW- -' lld not know that these sounds Post. papillae of taste on tbe tongue, and t from a French force as hopeless anything touching it on these papillae ly walled iu as tbey themselves were Making a Burglar Useful. Is tasted, but If It touches any spot becoun-- " joaal ttfaat the main body of their THE SOUTHERN CROSS. "Lie still there aud I won't hurt yoo. tween these It Is uot tasted at nil. The -iryaaaeia bad deserted tbem. All I want Is youri money and your (Jliforni papillae are ut tbe tip of tbe At ove time, seeing a chance for Jewels and then I'll glL" tongue and at the sides, and each one Its Name Does Not Quite Fit Th! vtfsrir cate. Tjunbert tried to send bis "All right, old man. and while you're contains special taste "buds," which Wondrous Constellation. wuiradts away while he nnd n few searching for the Jewels If you run dissolve something of the substance Tbe Southern Cross, wonderful alike scUTim xrere to remain and fall into across my dress studs I wish you'd put on theiu and the sensation to those living In the southern half Iht bands of beeuemy. but they re--- put tbem out on tbe dresser. I bar?n't to the underlyingtransferof taste. of the world nnd to tho tourist thereto. nerve .Iwmrri to go. Meantime projectiles of been able to And them for a month." Then there are the fungiform captl-lae- . Is one of the most conspicuous nnd aW ort were raining into tbe old Detroit Free Press. of all the southern configuralooking like little mushrooms Bullets perforated tbe doors (whence the name), wltb taste buds of tions. mat tclixlows until but little remained Giving Himself Away. Situated at a distance of about thirty their own, and there are also tbe tit tlwni. Tbe building wus entirely "Here, ma." requested the boy. hurpapillae, only seven or ten degrees from the south jiole. It Is plain .wtnvnmded by tbe Flfteeutb Bavarian rying In from school before time, In number, lying toward tbe back of ly visible In all regions south of tbe -neKiansit hang my Jacket up behind the stove." the tungMe. forming a V. wltb the apex i equator, nnd also to some distance crnsbixl through the X toiulwhell "Is It wetT' polntiug toward the throat These are north, about as fur as the tropic of rexrf. "IwarliiK down with it several ",'n. but teacher sent me home to little mounds with moats around them Cancer. The farther south one travels rrwn. fytticrs were cut down by Vava- It'll you to warm my Jacket for me." and taste buds lying In the moats to tho higher In tbe heavens will appear Jiuilets. But tbe figtrt went on for Judge. cntcb whatever particles of food may I tbe cross, -and naturally the more con ...... :i Uxv; time, and the Frenchmen were uAnnn. DlMClluus ll reach thus far suitlclently dissolved nA.. bay able to fcfp their assailants at seems to have received Its name, Logic of It. It The to lie tasted At 'Just. Iirnvever. the nmmunltlon Bvlly If yez foorce me to pay that The middle of the tongue and tbe not llko the northern constellations gave out. As the lnt cartridges were I pay It. O'Brlne But hard palate have no taste ut all. and from the undents, but, like most of the nVM tlie men. having beard the Bava- - notf now enn't configurations from tho if we nre to ,rUw' ileninnd that n iunrter be given i if I, uwait till yez pay It I'll nlvlr git It! this Is tlie reason that It Is carefully southern navigators, during their Porextuguese take it bitter powder and tlxjws Kii'iicliiiien because of the beavy placed at the center of the tougue It plorations Into the southern waters. forays tbey litid Inllklrii. proposed to Neatly Turned. can be vynsliod down quickly by n gulp It Is said that when Dante came out tbe building with charged ixw Jack- -! hear that you called on youi of water, leaving no taste In the from "Inferno" he declared that he Iwjswwts and sell their lives dearly In you come out set In tbe bud seen a mighty girl's (unrt lo i lint theirband 'onlllct. tbe wounded Tow fatber. IHow did him, "Mr. X.. I mouth. taste bulbs have been carefully southern firmament, cros the navigaand So so: said to The cotiuuiuider. Hud such a llgurn your daughter" He said. tors set about found .)inUrt. waited until tbe last c;ir lovenow let's talk of something "So do measured, nnd It N long that they nnd settled uponto this one us best fulelse." ure KlOO of an Inch I; of und J.i1dfri was lired: tlien he limped Tom Then-we- ll, an Inch broad, oval In shape, some- filling tlie conditions. That It Is d (11 1kf4jgU (be door and confronted tbe Jack Aud theti we talked of something eNe. Boston thing like ii small Florence flask. The cult, ut first glance, to picture this us iTiaruilng Bavarians alone. lie proof that tasting Is u chemical proc- a true cross. Is not suprlslug, for bud that If IIh-- killed bill) It would Transcript. ess lies Iu the fact thatnnythlug that it been named the "kite," a much his Koldlers to die. and it T: lime for Her Talk Not Dead. Is to be tasted must be soluble, for closer representation could have been tnw io.ssiblv that he. their commander "I understnud tli.it your wifo Is fa fjiuiA tunke some terms for tbem. the uuchewed food or hard coated pill imagined. Tho so called "false cross," (he dead languages." is not tasted. Tastes have been classi- midway between the cross nnd the An noou us he llmicd out and stood student of "U's," replied Mr. Meek ton "But hej fied as sweet, bitter, acid und saline, bright star Cunopus. although com.txltk folded arms u dozen bayonets uo particular advantage. and experiment has shown that we posed of fainter stars. Is much more iTcm at bis breast, lie would have studies are of When she talks to me sho Insists on taste nnlty foods most rupldly-- ln .1? regular uud symmetrical In shape. txf killed hi another Instant If tbe using language that I can't full to unTaken till In all, this constellation of ) iJuvarinn cnptahi had not. at the rlsk of u second und that sweet nefd aud , tut dUs own life, precipitated himself derstand." Washington Star. bitter take longer, the last requlrlujr ' the Southern Cross, which ban been tbe wonder of centuries, still holds Its and beaten .258 of'n second for ierceptloii. Mi.pjxui the Kreudi olllc-e- r Talent's Advantage. .. fitMSk lib) owu men. Infuriated by the peculiarity of taste Is that place us a remurknble curiosity, even Auother 4 Willie-Pa- w. what h (be diffrreuca after n very strong taste of nny kind wltb the ndvanco of astronomical In- ftia&ftul loss which tho defenders had LTesOgation. and with tho datn obtain between genius and talent? Paw we cannot so easily distinguish slight-- 1 iXMifX upon their owu regiment, they spectroscope mid the jTKm& tinvo put the whole detachment Tulert gets paid every SutunUy, toy er flavors. The nerve energy has been ed from the efforts ton. Ciui'liinntl Fuipilrer. c death. for a time, aud ouly after photograph, our yot to still find unexhausted ,r.,.,i limited problems be solved. And, Yhn Havarinu raptalitlirevalled. aud iut. Quit Calomel; it is dangerous. Try a little does It return. If you have above all others, that of the Southern sffcc Krcui'Uiuen were mude prisoners Grigsby'a eaten aweets for dessert you must that vegeIs yet fur from n complete solu."evitr. Tbe Kavurlnn ollker congnit- - table liver syrup guaranteed to pro- drink some water to clear the mbutb Cross Leon Campbell In "Peru Today." iilatAd tlie Kreucli toinuiniiiler warmly the Rweet .taste or your coffee will tion. of Dpctt tbe leserule and heroic stand duce even better results than calotaste very bitter, no matter how much mel. It la absolutely harmless and sugar you put Into It. Tbe profestuado. v Itiry dad pleasant to take. Any child can take sional tea (aster knows that the gusta FOR FLETCHER'S It with safety. Ask J. 11. Williams, tory nerve becomes exliutisled, for utt Right and Left Hand. Aa regards tho moral blgultlcance of Hartford, Ky. JU2y n series of tastings he stops to glvo his nerve of taste an opportunity to tu Its normal condition. In taste and smell alike all Individ' uals differ. The same food does not tnciu tinx'Uelr tbe same to any two In dividuals, any more than the same per- . uror Ij .. runie sulcus me same, fl...... resemblance, but the expert who has trained his sense of smell or tasto er ro-tu-rii Ask the Boy Who Won how lie raised tlie Blue Ribbon car. In Boys' Clubs all over the country the prizes are going to the boy who uses the right fertilizer. That means enough ..... tc-er- al POTASH Don't forgri to make a tolid, well Riled, and perfectly shapH etr. " ' Uk 200 to 500 pounds Kainit per acre to balance either green or stable manure and be lure that tbe fertiliser yuu us contains 8 to to per cent Potash. Ask your dealer to carry goods of that grade. If he doesn't we will sell you any amount of PoUsb, from cr.e aoo lb. bag up, and you can add it yourself. thi. for Potmth Pmy " mac. rttunu, r.moirt J o rrancnto. OLniornli M dataaeaa. Bant &Truit 11 CERMAN KALI WORKS, Inc. 42 BnUwmr. New Yerfc Chicago. 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Ills fine collection of them and i lightened people, looking more like bis great book on the subject prove I animals than people nud living In that assertion. He wiote to Wedg .now huts dressed In furs, whereas , n,)m)t n(Jljrwl wor,. tl , the celamers ..re h.ndsome cultured ' f p Unrherlnl vasoi In people highly educated with fair faces , ' and brilliant eyes and a very dainty) , , . ,o, d fashion of dressing, 'i hey , , , , ,, , charming houses, iinve beautiful flower ,, iiiviiitiuivtii uviiiv iuui iiittu iivr gardens nnd never wt-afurs, for the of'autlqtilty existing tiiij were execut that reason that It Is never bitterly cold In ed by so gieut an artist." This Is about I jfMhKKfrwi $f?T&fftilm m Iceland on account of the gulf Urcnin ' 11,lf"'st com. washing Its shores. and. when we consider . .....i, ,ii.. II 'If MJiiiUHimi I'c i. . ,,,. AS lO lllCir Ull.'b i i """ B,,t" -- " wanting In variety on account of tho by one I ' wnt "ccwully lack of many food staple, but nil their ,.i.i in.mi-.j...i...u Nil jy; l 1. ui tents wui rtnhr.,.j n.of . ot our own urtlst potters It Is surely II Uirinr It Is ground for nallniml gratillcatlon. Is very delicious to n stranger. The original viihe came Into the poslargely becn.iso of the nniouut of oil '''"k " family of they use. They cook many things In session of tlio uolilc Italian m looking fc.r in these days was m$S oil a clear, sweet fish oil, though sub- Uarherlul, hence Its name. It fey of high Hviiitf cost Calumet insures n wonder- - fiTfiijfljffl stituting ulivo oil makes the dishes acquired by Ityres, the antiquary, aim Hut it does more. ful fc.iviiijr in your linking. quite as tempting. They try to use i then by Sir William Hamilton, who raised food. It insures v, holcluiuu fcjod.tn.ily a?! J njuK.n .1 i u.ikiumu lws. their native products, as everything Gilmiwt N tundc rliiht to fell rliJiL to Irnkr right. As): else bus to come so fur nnd the steam-- He. lu turn, sold It to the Duchess ol Bji one of the inllliiius of women who use it or nslc your grocer. (!flBfc?l3 ers cull only onco In ten days from roriinmi. ner ucscenuanr. me .ouru. RECEIVED HIGHEST AWARDS England and Denmark, and the import duke, deposited It In the British mil I Mr World's Purs Food Exposition, Chlcaro, 11. ed goods are expensive for Icelanders, seuni. owing to which fact It is best hfefifaVI PaxisExpotiUon, France, March, 1912. ItjnV who are not very well off. though nev- known to Englishmen as the Portland vase. It wns lent by the duke to er poor. Their own products are fish lnNvast Wedgwood lo make his copy from. aa taUai MvaWr D..'l U mUUL Tnon'l an Bawy win m Its cats w lit rtnttt. Ciluul b far nsnisr U star Bar GhMt. X quantities: lamb, tho chief meat: eggs, The body of It had beet, much disputBulk aa4 ssea. Xll's wn marauul-SM- ra wkela firt Ul wild ducks, sheep's milk, cheese nnd ed, but he found that It was glass. He butter; turnips, of which they raise was not a glnssblowcr, but had Inand eat more tbnti of any other vege- vented his wonderful Jnsperware by get a better idea as to the final yield table; potatoes, onions and beets, that time and decided his copy should THE NAME "ARTHUR." This is tho last re beans nnd occasionally peas; spinach, bo made of that substance. It was n of tobacco. port that the department will publish cabbage and Brussels sprouts: no fruit tremendous task and took some three It Hit a Wider Significance Than la any beef it Is years In the modeling by Hnckwood in 1013. Tho next report will bo as to speak of and rarely Generally Supposed. Imported from Denmark and Scotland. and others. The cost was uever reMay 1st, next year. JfL'he New Life, the London organ of of Pork Is rarely eaten nnd then In the couped by the subscriptions. The long drouth of Kentucky has form of Imported bacon. "tin" most iiuclcnt fiiilli." elves Its It Is Justly esteemed to have been There has been sufreaders the following recondite notes been broken. But out of this meager list of Btaplcs Wedgwood's masterpiece. It has been to Btart the Fall sow they evolve some truly delicious dish-,es- . reproduced by his successors nnd by ficient rain-fa- ll mi ttic inline "Arttinr." vTlie nniue Is uot pronounced Artbu-r- , grains off in splendid condition, and for the Island people arc all good other potters, but. of course, they have but stock water In most places Is plenti- cooks and have n native knack that Is not the same market value as those The "A" In added for pronouncing ful. Fall grass is starting to grow, like the French. They can make any- made by the great Joslah himself. W. mntter Turner In Westminster Itevlew. In nn accentuated manner. good, but it is too late In the season for any thing they cook taste may no The "II" Htiniild be by Itself and Is great amount of pasture to lo se what the Ingredients pronounced like "are." Family Herald. WOMEN ARE BAD LOSERS. The cold weather and short cured. "II" signifies the head, nnd the 4 JHxHk Costs ........ Less Bakes Belter CALUMET BAKING POWDER LIFE IN ICELAND. WEDGWOOD'S It Is Hl MASTERPIECE. of the Famous WHY NOT MAKE Reproduction $200. A MONTH Iioxps -- .,,, v-f- I rggyy-- i m S50. wrIMo-d- a Week, almost $10. Belling Victor Safei mid n flrc-nro- a Day Ms 1ci to merchant?, doctor, lawyers, dentuta anil farmer, all of wliumrrallre the nrpd of aMfr. but do not know howcasyltlaloown one. Salesmen declare our proposition one ot ciran-cu- i rnpney - maHinfr oppriuni uic tle over rceeled, Wltliont prpvloua expert once YOU ca'n diipllrnte tlin fjicccm of others. limul-omely e h ,..,. , r JiJJ' i. ,,i,t . I .... "";i; ,",'""', nmT,r,u.i, I.,.. M ECONOMY !"'" afefei Sj catalog llluitrateit Car will cnablp ou to nretcnt the iiiMect toeu lnmera lti an Intere'tlnir a. mnnneraa thnm-Men appointed as row were lillotlnR them tlirouRli our factor;. advice ond Instruction! for telling fates, giving fa etuien convlneliur talking points which It Is Impossible lor a prospective ctistomer to deny TJfcy dou't YOU be the lirst to apply from your vicinity before someone else gets the UrrtUir We can favor only ono salesman out of each locality, The 2fth anniversary alotv company was celebrated rre cllnir the most modern KHtc factory In the world. men wife received wr Rperlal sellliiR Indccemrrt, rendered It necessary to doaWe our output. We are speiiowft many lliousandsof dollars sales orirantxaliw. but to learn all particulars, it will costyou only the prieo C a postal card. Ask for Catalogue 16T. r ke IWco-awa- fij ALvNjl BBEP-SMlSrS'a- " THE VICTOR fj lSSl(ta 1 ..', " SAFE & LOCK C(L Cur Ntw. Home. Capaelty 20,000 Sales Annually. CINCINNATI, OHIO E llLcjivi PV,I r. bc.-Lo- rt oTTorJ of the unmels "Ttr or "T;.u" fsurply of Pra?s have caused tbe form n ' f Artnn or Arthor Is n tetrngramuin-toIt uud Is shown an means tbe head of Thor or Tor-- I. e., the head of the highest Intelligence. The Tlmrus or Ton mi of tbe east l similar to tbe Taurls or Tories of Ireland obd Scotland. They were the religious mendicants of the pact Who led the iwople rightly In the way of the most nclent faltb. With tbe Uprooting of the ancient Idealism tlMfrse luendienntH gradually assumed it political tulsslou because of tbclr social (KiTvcr among the Celtic peoples. The word Tory ns.oclated with modern politics ban come from this. Tbe word Tory, therefore, has a similar meaning tto Arthur and' Implies "tbe party or people or divine Intelligence." Portugal' Wonderful Climate. Tbe climate of Portugal Is the most wonderful In Europe. A polyglot crowd-o- f scores of thousands tiles nn- tonally to the lllvlern from every part Ktirope In order to enjoy the supposed maximum of sunshine, but often to be undeceived by weeping skies' nnd with the cruel mistral as a certainty. At Lisbon, on the other hand, cold weather as understood elsewhere is literally unknown. Tbe temperature Is not only higher than Unit of the Hlvlem. but Is equable to a degree that almost defies belief. What this means lu practical effect Is Illustrated by tbe fact that in March last 1 met an English lady on board ship who hud stayed six weeks at Mont 'Estoril, uear Lisbon, nud bad batbed In tbe sea every day In February. Nor was the season exceptionally wnrm.-Kcrlbner's. The Pundit's Pun. very distinguished British man of science had the foible, says Professor nrnnder Matthews In the Century MufQilnc, Of MfiOljnB tiirjfe unit preteiuTTug tl.ut tl.ey WeTe of his own exerleiue. On one wouhIimi. after he had spun n marvelous yarn, with himself In the coll. n skeptical of J center him the the eye and asked friend. stern-lyin J looked "Clifford, do you mean to say that this really occurred to you?" whereupon the Imaginative niau of science replied, with a twinkle: "Yea-- It Just occurred to me!" I I ' A ft Severe Test "Does your husband treat you asked the lawyer. "Certainly not," Bald the unsubstantial woiniiD. Dr. Hobson's Ointment Heals "Then why do you want a divorce?" Itchy Eczema. don't actually wiint n divorce. I ' The constantly Itcblue, burning a?n upply for one. Then merely wont to disagreeable forms 1 cuu 'Judge by the kind of n fuss my aatlon and other Buuband mnkes wbether be really cares of eczema, tetter, salt rheum and Bkin Stur. eruptions promptly cured by Dr. Hob-son- 's for me or Ecxema Ointment. George W. I Crushed. Fitch, of Meudota, W. says "I purMlsa fllodys. can youvcook?" In- chased a box of Dr. Hobson's Eczequired tbe prospective suitor ma Ointment. Have had Kczenia evswwtly. "but ery since the civil war, have been "1 can." she answered treated by many doctors, none have to tbe young mun I am engaged -wa given the benefit that one box ot me that I won't have Dr. Hobson's Eczema Ointment has." City Journal. Every sufferer should try It. We're so positive It will help you. we guar-a- n Did you know that Calomel Is tee it or money refunded. At all Mercury, and that Its mercurlous Pfeiffer DrueglsU or my mail, 50c. will ruin the system, rwhllo Chemical Co., Philadelphia and St. vegIs purely GriKaby's m Iyouis. etable, and can be used with iper-foaafotyT Ask J, H. Williams, lD2y ltertford, Ky, not'-WasblngtoD as-'urto."-Kunta ax ct ers to begl ufeeding stock from a month lo six weeks earlier than usual. Quite a good deal of Fall plowing has been done. The final yield of corn in Kentucky for 1913 as reported Is 20.5 bus hels jer acre. The government es timate for 1912 was 30.4 bushels. Th final yield ot, hurley tobacco la' re ported as C53 pounds per acre. As there was an acreage of approximately 175,000, this would Indicate that the Burley.erpp.-o- f Kentucky would be 115,000,000 pounds. The final yield of Dark tobacco Is 503 pounds ier acre and with an acreage of approx imately 150,000, makes tho total yield tobacco about 75,000,000 dark of pounds. The drouth has cut corn Burley tobacco about tobacco d and Dark about about one-hal- f. The percentage la Blven as 91.5 and. the condition of the .wheat as 91.6 This Indicates rather a large crop of wheat for next year. A large acreage of rye given as 9C.5, has been sown and the condition is given as grass 93.8. Alfalfa, clover, orchard and blue Brass all show up In fairly good condition. Tho rains have ro-.vlved many of the grasses that look ed as If they would not be of any more value Hog cholera has abated in certain sections of the stato.but Is raging In the mountain sections and in Western Kentucky. Many of the boss tliat are usually fattened upon tho mast of the timber regions are this year dyjng from cholera. Catarrhal Fever, or Black Tpngue has broken out among horses In but one place In tho State, and that Is In South . . , eastern Kentucky, of com that has been A great deal produced Is unsold. Tho supply of roughness Is short, and with practically no winter pasture and with feedtnc beginning so early, a large death rate may bo expected among tho livestock of tboJState this winter. Warm, nanjtary quarters aro always a good thing for live stock, but aro absolutely necessary where the sup ply of food Is not up to tho standard. Farmers can save ithe lives of a great many animals by prepar ing comfortable quarters for them now one-thir- d, one-thir- NITROGEN IS A LOAFER. Kentucky Crop Report. " Tho crop report of November 1st,' was intentionally, delayed a few days Bean tin for the purpose of giving the farm ers an opportunity of ascertaining Jibe tLgntvtor of tlsaJ yield of the corn crop, land to CASTOR I A 1 iBfuti u4 r OUUrttV TKWYMwA!iHTtliU Ztf8 This Gae Is Too Lazy to Do a Thlna Except "Being Around." Nitrogen In Its normal condltipn as It occurs lu tbe air we breathe, of which it forms over 75 per cent is a singularly lazy member of tbe family of elements. The average human loafer Is ambitious by contrast He will at least whittle a stick by way of occupation and scramble up with some alacrity if asked to "have something.' Nitrogen gas Just puts In Its time "being around." And It doesnt do nnytblng else. No ordinary stimulus con stir It to action. We breathe In gallons of It every day, but we breathe It all out again absolutely unchanged except that It is a little warmer. And this despite tbe fact that the body has to have a regular supply of nitrogen and that we spend much money on expensive food to get It In tbe outer world, too. elements of all sorts go wunderlng by. and ultro gen' sits like a dummy lining rested nnd quite unresponsive to any advances they maymake. To be sure, a few years ago tbe industrial cbem-tssucceeded, by using powerful electric currents, in waking up tbe atmospheric nitrogen, and now there are several large factories In wblcb nitrogen activated In this way Is beiug turned Into explosives and fertilizers. But In tbelaboratofy'nndpn the street It has continued to be tbe inert element par excellence. In view of tbe very Important part that nitrogen combined plays in tbe world, chemists, with the necessary Idealism to make them great, have long suspected that If Just the right conditions could be provided Ibis in Gibbon's Hlttory.-I- t difference of nitrogen to Its fellow ele Is said that when Gibbon sat ments would disappear. New York down to write his great work. "De Post cline nnd Fall of the Itomnn Empire." he proposed wrltlug It In French. But " '"" Frugality. David Hume, a close friend, on hearThe daughter of a southern congress- ing this wrote him a letter of remonman had recently been a bridesmaid at strance In such strong nnd stirring the marriage of a college chum. On Iangunge4bnt be was only too glad to her return home she was telling the relinquish his fancy. There Is an exfamily, liicludlug the old colored mam- cellent foundation for the story of my, of the ceremouy. "And Just think. Hume's letter to Gibbon, nnd beyond Aunt Comfort," she flulshed, "the bride doubt we owe It to this old Scotchman wore the lace veil tl.ut bad belonged thnt the Immortal history was written New York to her In our own language. -' law, Miss Sidney, chile!" exclaim American. ed mammy In tones of horror. "That sboly nm one saving famhly'" Judge. Evolution of Wealth. Originally the process of jicctimula-tlo- n comes by the toller who speuds Rough on the Plumbers. "Are there any plumbers In beaven, less than be receives. Eventually he If all Is what Is called u capitalist. dad?" asked a small boy. The gentleman addressed bad just were either Improvident, vicious or received n "small" bill from one of the Incompetent virilization would speedi plumbing fraternity as be answered. ly decline, therefore the rent lienerac-tor- s of the rest are those who accumupromptly and emphatically: "No, my boy. Certainly notl Uut late. Some of us have the capacity others have not. Thnt Is an Inexora what made you ask?" "I thought there couldn't be, because ble Inw of nature which cannot, be altbe sky leaks such a lot" Loudon tered. Charles C. Crecellus In Leslie's. Tatler. Where the Time s Lot). "Do you think we'd save much time Expected Reduction. How many by leaving the Menr sir' off our letGrandpa Macphersou ters?" do two nnd twq make. Donald? "Not much. Where time Is lost Is In are you talkQrandpa-W- bat ing about? Two and two make four the hesitation you feel nbout wrltlnf I kuow. but 1 thought Donald-Y- es. 'yours respectfully' to some people." you'd "beat me down" a bit. London Washington Stur. Punch. Why Did She Think 80? " "No." wild the mistress of tbe boardPunishment. ing bouse, "we cannot accommodate "Pop!" you. I am sorry to soy. We only take "Yes, my son." In single jrenlremen." "Did mamma ever punish yon?" "Goodness!" raid Mr. Borden. "Whsi "Well, she married me. my boy."-Yonmokes you think I'm twlns?".-Ladle-M Statesman. Home Journal. Wasted Effort White of an Eog. "Few of as get credit 'forouT-effortIn 100. 'ports of the white of an 'True.' I spent most of yesterday an effort to get credit for a aboiuflOlierivnt is water. 12 percent month's supply of groceries." Buffalo nllrtituen. 1 percent inrneralreatierui.o 2J4 percent sugar, etc. Express. t' go-onrr kers . That la Why, It It Said, Stock Brokers Fight Shy-- of Them. Nobody loves n stock broker, least of all bis customers. This affords n touching, if somewhat subtle, reason why be does not want any women speculators on his books. There Is nnother reason. I hate to mention It but you wring it from me. Women are not good losers. At times, under stress of great speculative losses. I am told they become lachrymose. The one stock broker of my acquaint-onc- e who catered to women specula tors Is now In a madhouse. They were all long of Steel at KO tbe time it broke to 8, and all tbe water squeezed out of it in that decline was wept back Into it by these women. It was an economic disaster. Stock brokers carry home with, them all the troubles of their customers, and this poor fellow was no exception. He used to lie nwnke nil night picking at the counterpane and grieving over beauty in distress. Finally he went crazy. They have given him a set of stock broker's hooks up there In the asylum, nnd it would break your heart to see him. .Teanne d'Artrand Harriet Beecber Stowe are long of Copper: Catherine de Medici and Mrs. Browning are short of Rubber: Marin Theresa and George Eliot are pyramiding In Steel. Every now nnd then somebody is stopped out and then there are dreadful tlmes. Charlotte Corday's. Cleopatra's,. Mme. de Stael's and tbe mother of tbe Gracchi's margins are exhausted. He calls to them for more. . Women They weep. I cannot have much to answer for. William Van Antwerp In New York Post Up Goes Price of Canadian Cattle The new Tariff has added $10 to HAVE YOUR SUITS' tho value of every head of Canadian cattle, according to Canadians themselves. This is contrary to the pre diction of tho wise Democratic statesmen who aro responsible for the and Dye-- 1 new Tariff, who reasoned that if they removed tho duty on cattle,' ing neaxiy tho latter, which were cheaper In Ladies Canada than In the United States would be sent across the border In droves and thereby lmmeulately Cleaned knock out the high cost of living. Unfortunately the Democrats hadn't taken the Canadians ino considera- Work called forasuS tlon .The latter are not giving away anythln.g Prices to Americans Club $1.00 to buy Canadian cattle are on a strict parity with those in the United States. With Canadlakjcottle. J as wlrh other products from which ' Hartford Pressing Clilt, duty has been taken off or reduced In late years, the high price wHl GUNTHER BLDU.,CENTER ST. continue to reign, the American con-- 1 HARTFORD, KY. sumer will be no better off, the ' United States Treasury loses the duty and the foreign Importer reaps the benefit. Acroln iliA TTntlArl Stnioa linft fine- rlficed its position as a Protective nation wunout securing any recip- -, ..FnM a utt' Nortfiero Mimed Seeds have rocal advantage and Canada and the -jucccwtul seed growing "P,!?'iSI ?, . .. iiupuriurB rcL.j ue wucwi, judi. klo tjiam we dc. Seasonable Specialties:. the growers. Importers and importing BBAN8 Earliest Red Valentine . . fcjoBtefa nations did when the duty .was taken . . J3-Rctneee Extra Earto off coffee, and as they will do Inj MewStrlnflest Green od . $i-Wardwell't Imp. Kidney Wax fftsu every instance wnere tne uemocrauc rv.l. Nav White Wax . . t.T. Corrle'i Rust irool Wax ,'' .$ Tariff has sacrificed American in-- J 'PBA8.'- - SlMBrf.- dustry and worklngmen by putting, aMiij I j.j oAiia t71 Ala.V I " New Early Gradtts rfiorA In Hrir pnmnntltlnn without ' Buckbee'a Llf btoing Exarett an Import duty on foreign products. fair aa an The $10, advance on Canadian cattle : jJ&fEJdulbs'u gravnc pnoBBw e satjtasVa.bet.aet Send for complete catalofoe . Ih n. strlldntr instance of "we told r. f t,r.. four requirements aaaispi quote Wfr- Doyyou so" but what's the Buy direct irom inc I Tower Sere Moncf. Write today. .Mention this paper. (Pa.) Intelligencer. Cleaned s Pressed 1 I Repairing gone. work given special attention. Hats and Repaired. delivered. month. de-slrl- ns rate per j,., Ql ... .... a use?-lesto- wn -- Croup Is a terrible disease, It at-- 1 tacks children so suddenly they are I very apt to choke unjess given the proper remedy at once, 'lucre is, nothing better in the world than Dr. LUNCSE! ami CURE King's New .Discovery. Lewis Chamberlain, of Manchester, Ohio, writes about his children: "Sometimes in severe attacks we were afraid they would die, but since we proved what a certain remedy Dr. Kins's Now j Discovery Is, we have no fear. We rely on it for croup.coughs and colds." So can you. 50c and $1.00. A bottle lAWAaTHR6ATAWDUmBTMWKri. should be In every home1. At till GTJAKAHTXJCD SAXISTJUBXUBm Druggists. II. E. Bucklen & ComMat M.VM AX. juu uauav. , m pany, Phllar-StLouis. .. Always Ready. It appears that there Is always a mysterious woman waiting for the married man who wishes to wind up his Chicago Rec-- . career with a Croup and Cough Remedy. law H. W. BUCKBEE Becfcket St., teckftrd Serf Fefaufr KILLtkc COUCH I ths n Dr. King's mCgg&&. V-VER-- New Discww USE LI Joy-rid- How's We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh CureW. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, Ohio. We, the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for tho last 10 years,and be- llovo him perfectly honorablo In all Ih . For Lazy Liver wE the Troubles ot i Constipation. ui-Vtr-L- ox Feel right all tho time. Don't lay eff . 1. Java hv tnkimr aJataasV heepKjjew piea8ant business transactions and financially ; on your feet, while reUeviijwirttpub--j e. iwn-able to carry. out auy obligations le. Safer too, wid easy to . iaKa snvu.uiK twe z mnnn .iiv ... -- . niH unii. Eliminates poisons, cleanse sjb-te- m Waldlng, Klnnan & Marvin, Whole it and relieves constipation. A.tub-ur- al remedy, natural in iUavctieew; aire sale Drugslsts, Toledo, O. Cure Is taken in in its effect and certain in resets. Hp Hall's Catarrh Varewwur before ternally, acting directly upon tno won't be lone completely displace ealomel in eterjr mucous surfaces of the sys- home. Children can take it freely nefl. blood and Price with perfect safety. Every bottteraar-- . tem. Testimonials sent free. Kbk , in bettfes. cents per bottle. Sold by all drug- anteed. 60c nnd 75 a- -. genuine without the likeness aad gists. GriKshy. for, sate by ture of L. K. Take Hall's Family Pills for con- J. II. WILLIAMS, - Hartford. Ky stipation. I m v. Short Jsaks is always threatenls to give a written guarantee, aunouis yery ons knows he cas't wrllr-UchtaClose. Short Jenka' Threats. j on w If you aroMioDstlpated, your entire system Is poisoned by the waste mat ter kept In tho bodyserious pften follow, Use Dr. King's New Life Pills and you will soon get rid nf consUDatlon. headache and other byj 25c at Druggists or troubles. B. Bucklen & Co.. PhlUwlel- -' mail H. ipbia and 64. Louis.. Constipation Polsor s You. rmi Electric Bitters 1 tae4:fjjM-vTjMUfs- e faKa, la nervoas proau0o. and fcnua suprssso wceknsasw remedy, as tbousanit'towtmimU. srs--'l- ar Is'-th- It 'Woer e ever bet' joedisiM ew MM a drecgvs counter.-- . kS0r l. ., - -- &&jfctju wmif- - .W iii! ' 1 feet of the new Tariff bnlC8 W ,ult parent to the sDsumor." .AIh American people who expect to find Katml nccordlDic to law at the rottofflw stores selling goods cheaper because mall matter of the tetonc" of rttord, Ky., the now Tariff will be disappointed. clui, So Mr. Urynn's views of the Tariff arc at varlace with the experts of the C. VI. BARRETT, Editor & Proprietor department of Agriculture and thi iiajority ltatfer In the house. Address all communications to The Hartford Republican. Respect for Labor. Hartford Republican. WMMHMHMHMHW 0$ v 7.tWtt4" t m . tfA firO &. .fb& ?&& S fvf'vmKis:'u7 -- t2i. f M ttVr 3. a o o o - The South's NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS BnbocrllrfTn drtlrlDP the 01J CtmolldlpJ mnhncrlit will not be rturnni noli Bccoraiuinlf J lijr Anoaymone comraunlcntlonn will receive no ddn moet itlre thr rrqsMt. aJJr jnr In making t to n nm thf ntR. - ttttlCD. Roub. KlTTr L3 5. FRIDAY, DECEMBER Hucrta's bul's fight bettor than his eoldiers. We are still fixing to do something about Huerta . There Is sure to be a break in the eggs, when they fall. This Indian summer Is good enough for us. No: necessary to po youth. Havins waited long for the currency bill, the country was prepared for two. The alignment on tho Tariff bill shows us what respect the South has for labor. Under the plea of the high cost of living, the Tariff bill has been actually smuggled to a conclusion, net ten dajs debate being Riven to It. . By the bill the security to Southern products was well attended to, while, those of tho North were unmercifully hacked and butchered. In vain did Labor protest. What care had the Sou u for labor white labor? Long hours Hnmll nav. or scarcely any nay for labor, convict labor, manufactured to suft labor demands, without any re- -, v'ard to whether tho crimes alleged wero actually committed all tills may be had at tho South where tho labor Is colored, under brutal control Northern white labor starve le--t the carrion rot so long as the South lias the colored laborer, "in his place, the disinherited scions of a grand (7 clvllzaton! Washington Bee. 6 ,- - tv7 - V '- 0 : I lit I t a. a t,' ti , H" w By The Guns. Our condolences hnp already been extended Congressman Fowler of the At last John Lind haa spoken to Twenty-fourt- h Illinois In the plant remark that he did not say defeat of his elfort to get home for Thanksgiving dinner. We have admitted the possibility of his zone bePresident Wilson has a hard month ing equal to vlelnK with Washingwith the currency bill and the drtss ton itself in gastronomies. We have maker's bill. acquitted himself of desire to take the The redeeming thing about foot ball out of the national treasury to those who don't like it is that $.525 in mileage to which ho would be entitled in going to and returning the season is so short. from Elizabetlitow n. And we would Congressman acquit Let us hope the man who .rocked as willingly the boat last summer and got away Thomas of Third Kentucky of any with It, wll skate Into tliin Ice this such design upon our Uncle Samuel's winter. purse, had he not made this imposin sible for us. But in a speech Receipt for making Mexican stew: the House the other day .Mr. ThomMix Juarez, Chihuahua, Popocatapetl, as declared boldly that he wanted to Stir In Huerta, Caranza and Fancho go home for the mileage. Mr. ThomVilla; sere hot. as, as we calculate distances, would What has become of that corre- be entitled to about $11.75 more than our .Mr. Fowler. And he says he needs spondence between Japan and State department. Did they just stop the money. writing and lot it go at that? "The people 1 owe said Mr. Thomas, "would be elad If 1 got my H to time to quit, when an avia- mileage. Ineed It and nine tenths tor files so upside down htat he drops of the members of the house feel exBeachy money out of. his pocket. actly as I do." The long special seshave lost 300 pooping the claims to sion has undoubtedly been trjlng on v . . loop. members of congress. Sp a. .r Clark .Seems to us that we have- heard has had to moe, to avclu an increase something said or seen something of $50 per nic.th in the rent of his written about billion dollar Congress- house. 'Lit rapacity of our Capitoll-an- s. In holdlg up and shaklnff down es, binder Republican administrations. It cannot have been a dream. No, tho men so unfortunate as to have the exclamations of our Democrat- been sent to Congress, has now beic friends along this lir.2 have been come so well understood that we long and continuous. Now, we nre doubt not the constituents of many informed thAt the budget under this of the members who have had to .economical Democratic administra- stand the gaff this ear will see to tion for next year is estimated at it next year that somebody else shall one billon, one hundred million, relieve them. In bearing such burthousand, dens, responsibility should be dividsix hundred and eighty-on- e dol- ed. What has aroused the country .seven hundred aud sevntty-seve- n you get all of It? to the situation Is Mr. Brjan's adlars. Did mission that he cannot live In WashThis ad?1000 a month. JRYAN'3 OPTIMISTIC VIEWS. ington JQrjan gave out an Interview at mission has at leastt fixed public atMr. Waterloo, la., recently In which he tention on what It is to which the predicted lower cost of Jiving be- representatives. Next November will cause of the reduction In Tariff rates. likely see a large number of new There are no facts apjiarent to house- men, with fresh blood, subjected to wives to verify this statement. Ev- the leaching process. Mr. Bryan himen the Department of Agriculture Is self might be rescued from the lion's .sceptical about meats being any den if the people could reach him. In Mr. What wo admiro most cheaper. A recent bulletin of the department is largely devoted to the out- Thomas' oratory is its entire candor, look for meat production. Under tho "lie talks like an honest man. He title, "The feai Situation," the open- wants to pay his debts, but the vultures of Washington leave him noth- .r- ing sentence read: , !hfe of hts $C25 a month wherewith O-''The !l!g!l cost of meat is to pay them. The story motes us, a serious reality, and it is but we can not condone a burglary rise In now obvious that tho of the United States treasury to prices In recent years is tho partially make up a deficit to connatural rebult of an actual gressmen who ha vo been ejgbt months shortage In production. under Washington exin tho continuously SpeakinK of the reduction His district is not a Tariff on woolen goods Mr. Br) an ploitation. aid: "I?bs blioddy and more wool hundred miles, as the crow flles.from yittl be used." He was careful not to that of Mr. Fowler, and we susject claim that there would bo any ma- that wtlh him, as with his Illinois terial reduction Jn tho prjee. of cloth colleague, if Is ;ess a longing after of ing. His argument on this point was hiteago money than the flesh-po- ts 4o the effect that "The tendency of that renowned epicurean zone, at the, a fall In prices Is to Increase the season of chltllngs and fresh homo-mad- e saubaee, when tho frost Is on demand, aud an increase In the dein mand to some extent will check tho the pumpkin and the pumpkin's fall." A iollcIcIan's most valuable tho pie, and tho egguog, as it can bo made only in Kentucky and SouthAsset Is to know how to hedge. This sort of reabonlng Is like the ern Illinois, is berved every holiday morning. Anyhow, our appeal to argument of the Montana who was asked about tho shipment Mr. Fowler to stay in Washington in s cattle from Canada Into the United case tho president needs him to fight States. His reply to tho farmers was Mexico, can be no less to a Kcntuck-iawith his state's heroic memoIn effect that the removal of the duty would greatly help them because they ries of Monterey and Buna Vista to could bring in blooded stock cheaper. sustain. We rely upon both of these So Bryan, looking at tho question of Democrats to stand by tho uns. lower cost of living from tho point of Globe Democrat. view that there will bo more goods, Old and New Customers and possibly lower prices, falls to take into consideration tho buslrus Havinu taken over the lurncss stock point of vlow that the Influx of for-i- a and repair work of Mr. It. T. Her, foodstuffs and merchandise will I solicit trade in this line and will rula trade in domestic lines. treat ou right. Do not forget that The Secretary of Stato should get I am still headquarters for hardware In line with tho thoughts and expres- of all kinds as well as farm Implesions of his colleagues. Mr. Underwood ments. Come to see us wbeu in S. L. KINO, had said only a lew days ago that "It town. jrW be many m.qntfejj befpre JJje ef- - 19J4. Hartford, Ky. S "' Free-Trader n, -- - o o I, CopjrlchtnartSchaffncriaiarx o . o .v. . -- & BUYING CLOTHES you ought to know what you're going to get; IN style, quality of fabric and materials, tailoring; you can't tell much about it until you see the clothes, whether you have them or buy them ready. Even then the important things are those made-to-measu- re 0 O : i'i O you-xan'- t see. all-wool o o o o $ o o & fabrics, the tailoring that will give you permanent shape Correct style, and fit; your "eyes don't tell you about these. They are something more than words which a salesman uses; they are underlying facts; they depend on the makers skill and ability, and purpose. 0 o o o tfait Sctciffqei We also make a specialty store. ( fyqix You 11 at $25 put all these things in the clothes for you. get better value, we believe, than in any other goods. We mention $25 as a price most of you can afford to pay; considering what you'll get for it, anybody can afford it. of big values in Suits at $ 0, $ 5 and $20. If you 1 1 want the best there is in Suits and Overcoats at the price, you should come to this 0 o & o o & & E. P. BARNES & BRO. Becver Dem, Kentucky. This Store js tho home of Hurt Schaffner & Marx Clothes. at all times, but is revealed in Its A Life o : O i o o & for a Life. Because a woman .has been condemned to tho gallows fn Connecticut for helping her paramour murd?r her husband the Governor of that 8tate Is being flooded with petitions that sho be pardonod. Tho algnera say that it Is disgraceful to bans a woman and point to tho fact; that If Mrs. Bessie Wakefield, tho condemnIs executed, she ed In this case, to will be tho first woman put death In Connecticut sJnco tho eighteenth century. Tho Governor is placed In a peculiar position. It ho allows the law to tako its course ho will .be called heartless; If ho Interferes ho will bo accused of permitting sex to interfere with tho enforcement of a taw made for men and .women alike. It is worth nothing that among Uhoteo who think ho should be merciful are many women. Tho truth is that capital punishmonstriosity. It has no ment place in' the twentieth century. If it wero not a survival of barbarlriui there would bq no such outcry against No It when a woman is involved. such protest Is heard when women terms la are condemned to long prison. The extreme, penalty Is ugly lsa Extracts From the Diary of a Re and left cUflizatlon to Its fate-n- il' O. 'Jones In Decombor Llplncott' extremity of usllness when it is ap- -j former. piled to a woman. Fundamentally a I am wondering tonight whether Removal Notice law which holds so far as men are It pays to try to uplift the human I have moved my office from hft concerned should hold hi the case race. As I walked alone the street hen Ohio County Dank Building of women, it legislatures wish to( afternoon, 1 passed thousands, 1 specify one punishment for males and this had been for the past flffc'' another for females jthcy should do upon thousands of poople, "dt One of years, to tho now .bulldlflg Just across so In the statute books. The public whom Becined td navo slightest ink- on Conter street, where the Y. ' does not ask for any such sex discrim- ling of what 1 would do for them it BlaJ they would only listen to mo and C, A. formerly was, and will ination In tho making of the law,tut tn& to seo my patients and friends ut sny part of It asks discrimination ill the repose a little confidence In a I new Not ono of thorn realised how enforcement. location. Is proven by the uproar rais grieve for their unregencracy or how What 1 desire to erpress my sincere toe to put Into effect ed over this Connecticut woman's U(o glad I should thanks for tho liberal patronago is mat capuai puuisnment in itso:i the many splendid Ideas for their which you have given me in the is wrong. Five States of the Union welfare which I havo worked out. equipSouief lines, howovcr, It seems these post and as 1 am now batter havo abolished it. Those States are ped and better eltuated, I stall try Michigan, Wisconsin, Maine, Rhode people are so wilful. They really act ' give even better servlco tla Island and Kansas. Iowa once aban- as If thoy knew better than 1 what to ever. a doned tho death ienalty,but later rc was good for thorn. What Is Remember tho location, as it person to do with such poopleY Why cnacted it. Malue at one time less jtban one hundred feot aW the law, but (the Qovornor should thoy presunio to think that occupied. two years after drew the attention they know what they want or what fronMho one formerly W Respectfully, good for them? of tho Legislature to the fact that Is 20U. P1RTLE. Dentist.' J. R. I am not sorry I ani a reformer. hanging murderers was not causing fewer murders and the death clause Not even the Ingratitude of tho en-tihuman race can. make me sorry Remiaits. was repealed. Such 'statistics as uro . do hlot show that the for that. Nevertheless, I dm often available Fine Woolen Dress Goods. Slllc States which lock up murderers for discouraged, and tonight 1 almost feel and all kind, of bright now niate& life suffer any more from homicide It would ba bettor If 1 deliberately ials. in serviceable lengths, at than do those which demand a life locked up in my breast all tho im- ly bargain prlcjs. REMNANT STOU.; portant theories 1 have worked out, 213 Allen Street, Owensboro, Uy. 'for 'a life. . -I. ro ykJ strli jiI. J H PL "AaASMas """ii'i ii Mf I'H minn . ii r . . nrt Ma,MMh ' ' v. duw-- - i ,.tmzmrrwimKr!errTBmzsr,mmmmmmm'rri4m ttwtSkTlHW iitrVa-- i TTr " r- - "aBBMHaaaMi Dr. J. S. Morton, who Is probably the oldest man in Hnrtford, 1s elck with pneumonia at his homo on Union e street, and Ih not expected to ninny hours. Dr. .Morton la 8i yenrs old, and has been a resident of Hnrtford" all his life. Have Jimt received 3 car loads of hay, one car of .Michigan Timothy, ono car of No. 1 Tea Green Colorado Irrigated Alfalfa, aud ono car of sur-vlv- Reliable Mitchell Wagon 1 No. 1 Cloer. W. B. ELLIS, Produce Mcrchnnt, I8U. Hartford, Ky. people The following Hartford went to Madlsonvjllp last nlRht to hoo Lillian Itusacll in "Tho Little UoLel:" Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Wood-- , W. fi. Ellis, V. ward, Mesdamcs II. Ilanus, Zcb Shultz, V. H. Klley, Misses Hcttlo ltilcy, Annie 1'atton, Mattlo Sandurfur, Vcma Dulse nnd Iluth Klloy. ' j ' I MITCHELL&LEWIS.CO. RACINE. WIS. LIM. OUR CLOTHING ijfcffc are showing a most splendid line of Men's j Suits and Overcoats and are very anxious for you to see them. Our Suits are of the very ffest materials and are cut in style to please the most particular buyer. During this month we have arranged some VERY SPECIAL PRICES FOR YOU If you are wanting to buy or even a prospettive buyer, we would be delightedto'show you the line. Don't forget and remember that Tho following well known Ohio county cltlx-nserved on the Federal Juries at Owonsboro Tuesday: Grand Jury, Sam T. Harnett, Hartford; Ab Wtsterfleld, Dundee; W. I Condlt, Malagas; Petit Jury, TJmd Ilar- nanl, Hartford and It. H. Barnes, Heaver Dam. Judge Evans still further recognized tho County by appointing Mr. Harnett, foreman of tho Grand Jury. It made a record by returning 21 Indictments in about three hours. s ' 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 down at your nearest railroad station. EAST VIEW. Nov. 2'J. gathering small. Farmers are very ibusy com. The yield is quite T. J. TURLEY CO., etBsa!a2s- - Owensboro, Ky. IT PAYS TO TRADE WITH A HOUSE Messrs. Ernest Norrls an4 Chester Larue, of Owensboro, spent a few days lust week In this vicinity bird hunting. Miss Sallle Patton, of Maxwell, Ky., spent a few days last week with rtlathen in this vicinity. Mr. A. T. French attended church at Green Brier Saturday night. Mr. Koss Patton and family spent Saturday and Sunday with relatives at THAT SAVES YOU MONEY. jt&x&Gb, Hartford Republican. IH.fl.AL Maxwell. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. French visited friends at AdaburK Sunday. Mr. Price Allen Sharp 'died the 19th Inst., of pneumonia. He- was In bis 74th year. - Habitual Constipation and all liver troubles can be cured by using Urlgsby's Ask J. H. lD.2y Williams, Hartford, Ky. 'Mr. and Mrs. John T. Mooro went S. oX E. mot in the Judge's office at Hartford, .November 28, 1913, with to Louisville yesterday. Vice President T .F. Tanner in the Mr. R. E. Lee Slmmcrman returned THE- -. . . j chair, and Secretary Henry M7 Pllrtle FRIDAY, DECEMBER 5. homo rom Nashville Saturday. at the desk. After a few itlmely re- MCHENRY DEPOSIT BANK Is marks by Mr. Tanner the house was Mrs. Hunley, of Beaver Dam, Railroad Time Table the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ike led In prayer by the Chaplin T. H. Dolns Business at the Town of Mcllenry, County of Ohio, State of Balmaln, and .the chair then apat Hartford, Ky. Kentucky, at the Close of pointed the following committee on spent ThanksMiss Lurene JClUtN. time card effective Monday giving with Mr.CollinsMrs. Snyder, at resolutions: Tom Crowder, .Mack Business on 11th Day of and Aug. 21st. 4r November 1"J13. Ross, and E. C. Balrd. After short ' No. 112 North Bound due 7:19 a. m. Dukchurst. body by different members, the Mr. Imogen Combs, Dukchurst, was talks J' dally except 8unday. RESOUURCES. then adjourned 'till 2 o'clock. 1:15 p. m. in Owensboro on business the first No. 114 North Bound due The house was called to order at Loans and Discounts .. ..$24,936.47 of tho week. dally except Sunday. 2 o'clock by Pres. Tanner, the com- Overdrafts, Secured and unMrs. DrTshultz, of Pleasant Itldfrc. mittee, on resolutions then made the No. 115 South Bound due 8:45 a. m. 205.30 secured Is the guest of her parents Mr, and following report which was accept Stocks, Bonds and other sedally except Sunday. No. 113 South Bound due 1:46 p. m. Mrs. J. P. Sanderfur. 200.00 curities ed and taken up by sections: daily except 8unday. 6,197.62 Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Iier are iwe Due from Banks 1st. Avhoreas, for nine years 4,778.97 H. E. MISCHK13, Agt, ' relatives at Princeton, Indiana. have labored together in storm and Cash on hand They will return next Tuesday. and other Cash sunshine rejoicing in success and Checks T 10.00 Items bearing the disappointMr. W. "llT Wornlca, Bloomlngton, sometimes 111., who is visit In friends u Ohoo ments of failure and looking back Banking House, Furniture 5,354.13 and Fixtures many over tho history we can see county, ca'led to seq us yesterday. 00 Bessfe Taylor returned home mistakes but we also can see many Other Real Estate Miss successes. Therefore be it resolved, Other Assets not Included Friday from Naslnllje, where she was V 00 undue any of above heads the guest of her brother, Mr. Hoyt that wo now renew our efforts to help thq A. S. of E. and make It an orTaylor. 441,082.49 Total ganization to be loved by the farmers Mrs. K. E. Ulrkheod returned WedA aV A aV A A aV a aV AaV A ak A J LIABILITIES. wherever it is known and make It w WVW nesday from Harrisburg, lnd., where an organization to be resneotcd by Capital Stock paid in, in she had been the guost of her sisJ15.000.00 cash On motion men of all occupations. ter, Mrs. White. 1,200.00 Surplus Fund I have just received a large Rov. B. W. Napier is assisting adopted. 2nd. Resolved, That ,we treat all Undivided Profits, less exline of Roy. Russel, pastor of the Metho83.75 penses and taxes paid .. farmers organizations fair and with dist church at Beaver Daiu, in a courtesy aud invite them to DeiosIts subject to "' $15,999.05 check revival at Liberty. , as pwalble. on with " P ' Demand Certificates USUal, iW p'lace to buy a pres motion adopted. As 00 of Deposit 3rd. Resolved, That at this Aline ent that will pleaso that lowd ono 9,385.14 Tappan's Jewelry tho sale of our tobacco Is of first Time Deposits most, is at J. B. 00 - importance and as no other section CertlfledChecks .. and Kodak Store. poolers, that Caah.Ier'6 checks outWo publish lu another column, a requires dues of their 14.55 25,398.74 standing ,. .. ., (He. statement of condition of tho Mcllenry we at once have tho pledges presentDue Banks and Trust ComDeposit Hank, which makes a flno ed to all growers In our territory 00 panies whether members or not. On motion And respectfully request showing for this instituton. Notes and Bills Rediscount-e- d you to call and see t)ie Mr. Darrel SulleiiRer, whp luis for adopted.Resolved, That In order to 4th. year been connected with raillargest and best line of over aconstruction work In Eastern carry out the foroxoing, that we Unpaid Dividends ., road w have a good reliable man to make an Reserve for taxes Shot Guns, Ammunition, Kentucky, in at home on a visit. 00 Bills Payable Kodaks. This resolution of a full We Immediate canvas. &c, ever brought to Ralph & O'Bannon keep constant- was amended to read that Miere 4o a Other Liabilities not In going and Films kinds of Fresh Meats, ly on hand all cluded under any of above notice published In the comity papers, Hartford. Xmas 00 Groceries, Flour and Feed btuit. heads to those who have no chance Goods the best and Prices reasonable. Your patronage that line of namo and l9t- - sign tho pledge send their 141,682.49 solicited. of Total handled. Have a prices tho lowest. amount to the County Secretary, H. ' Messrs. W. S. Tlnsley, Hooker M. Pir'l Hartford, Ky., and it was State of Kentucky,) and if you buy )Sct. willbims. El Crabtreo and Alllsonl adopted. line, you County of Ohio. ) Baruott returned Wednesday from a 5th. Resolved, That wo got as many you misseu We, J. S. Smith and A. M. Smith, ;; week's sucoesful camp hunt on of our members as possible to attend t. Rough rlvpr. meeting at Owensboro President and Cashier of tho above the National And say, you had better hurry, for folks are out Messrs. Amos Carson and Ira Decembr 8 and 9, aud recommend named Bonk, do solemnly swear that from Loulsvlllo Wed- that they ifct together and attend in the above statement is true to the Boan returned already, getting ine cream ui wjo mwab. HARTFORD, KY. best of our knowledge and belief. nesday, having completed their fall a body. J. S. 8M1TH, President. Cth. Resolved, That we extend to work as traveling salesmen for tho A. M. SMITH. .Cashier. the Hartford papers our earnest thanks rK-fJMrBoda, called to Kentucky Jeans Closing Co. . Vck Stewart, Subscribed and sworn to before me evening," December 5, by for their many favors in promot- Friday ' soe us yesterday. November, 1913. courtesy of Dr. L. B. Bearft,.Ia5 iaVand building up our order. On this 14tb day of The Reliable Jeweler and Optician, Correct Attest t Agnes Cral, of Ensor, Is the dies of section three of adopted . Him motion My Commission Expires end of next QrUHn. KENTUCKY: guest Of Mrs. Maggie HARTFORD, 6tlu Resolved, That our delegates 10 1st Sewing Circle will etrtajn.itfi to session of Sonate. nmvpd into a moving picture show. Every Meth- - the State meeting be Instructed . Vioa ii niftn CHAS. W. MULLIKIN, for "ll" wll Bean'i property- - on Main odlst and all frleuds are axpoctod to work ard a change in tb constltu- I Notary Public. s, relative to fees Hon be. present. to-da- y. Minutes Ohio County Union A. S. of E. The Ohio County Union of the A. and dues favoring settins a part a portion of a per cent, collected from product handled. On motion carried. Moved that wo proceed to elect a Carried, and Finance Committee. the following were elected: Warren Taylor, T. F. Tanner, A. L. Maddox. Moved that we reconsider the action of the last County meeting in regard to the delegates to thq State Convention. Carried. Moved that wo proceed to elect del egates to the State mcetln?. Jim MoSherry, T. F. Tanner, Tom Crow der were elected. "Moved and carried that we meet next Saturday with all pledges turned in, and all who want to sign to be present whether members or not. The body then adjourned to meet Saturday, December 6, 1913. T. F. TANNER, Pres. HENRY M. PIRTLE, Sec. ' REPORT OF THE CONDITION T-- WAR MUNITIONS ON CLYDE Iroquois will sail for the West Saturday. -S frx-d- ies -- "' . - LINER Wantetf-The Ohio Farmer wants a live nab Representatives scriptlon representative in every ag3C Cartriges Believed Intended For ricultural community in Kentucky. San Domingo Seized I -'' vis-itln- sr GUNS! GUNS! renewals and securing memr readers, It will pay you to write favGotham. , our agent's proposition. Address. THE OHIO FARMER; Circulation Deportmeatl. New York, Dec. 2. Eight thousand 21 13 Cleveland, OmH. cartridges intended for the use of possible 'revolutionists ln San Dom-ing- o were seized by custom inspectors aboard the Clyde liner Iroquois, which arrived yesterday from San DominCo and Hayti. The raid was made last nlgbt, and the results were LH& wlLLw announced m bWM Besides the cartridges the officers quantity of revolver confiscated holsters. The whole lot went to join 10,000 rounds of ammunition and many revolvers taken from the steam ship Seminole, of the same line, here San Domingo. The Federal authorities had been notified by the Dominican govern- To the health of fowl and to economent that contraband good were be- my In feeding. Grit takes the place ing shipped from New York and of teeth in preparing the feed bought by persons hostile to the addigestion and Is required Cat. ministration of President Jose Bor-da- s. the gizzard. The Iroquois was searched onIN EVERY PEN OR" TABD ly a few hours after she reached port a box of Grit should be kept- i and the cartridges and holsters were Investigators assert that Grit is au found under coal in the bunkers and necessary part of feed. It greet Ghav under bunks of members of the crow. fowls strong 'bones and a bright damOfficers and crew refused to re- age. veal whothcr the stuff was brought aboard early yesterday or hod been taken on a previous trip and brought bock for lack of au opportunity to The Produce Mereftan disposq of it In San Domingo. The HARTFORD, - KENTUCKY" ng after you can devote a little time .to totti- IT IS ESSENTIAL 'a m H HAVE'YOJ IsP m tar-furth- er Be-aea- W. E. ELLIS aW J lAGiftTliatWill Please the One You Wish to S HOT GUNS, lUfUi. KODAK Cunttt Ammunition, fet rr .... Shells, Please tie Most. r i). S. CARSON Groceryman keep Eastman line like they are and Supplies, presents, also carry, the hot cakes for Jewelry we have most maanificent newest things. lot ever mention, at too numerous to willsece present before seeing our wnere it. I patyi?. J. B. TAPPAN C E By-Law- areei. i " ,( 1HWW iafWJ MWlbW .. 'lW"'W"lWPaffW"aTyWTPEljJMpajPW TWO OLD SAILORS. NATIONAL TASTES IN EGGS. f f 5 financiers, diplomats, lawyers and professional functionaries of all sorts: honest adventurers who simply want to "seethe world;" the noui asthenic, the disheartened, the unemployed: those who. having lost ever.v thine but honor or Inning lost honor Itself, would make new start. All this diverse human metal, thrown Into the melting pot together. Is eventually molded Into that brave, stoic, loyal, devoted, patient and tenacious prototype of the man of arms, the Why One of Them Ignored Executive Tlis Spaniard Boils Hi a Minute and Officer Dewey's Commands. Then Drinks Them Down. In his autobiography (Jcorgo Dow-e.How do joii wit nn egg? hero of Mniilhi bay. retold To n stranger tho manner In which Romance of a Soldier of th.e Hint the 1'arr.igut's methods weie nlvvnjs you eat thN part of jour breakfast simple. There wns h snjliig that his may Indicate jour nationality. Nearly French Foreign Legicn. principal place for llllnc piipets vus every nationality has some cspexl.il Cencriilly he wrote way of looking and serving eggs for his cotit pocltet. CAST ASIDE MANY MILLIONS. Ms orders himself, perhaps with hN breakfast, and. quite iinconselotHl.v. l.nee or the ship's mil us rct. The the average person's older of eggs will author recalls that one day when he reveal Ids nationality. Americans are said to prefer poichcd This Singular Titled Austrian Refuted was writing he looked up it ml said: to Disclose His Identity When His "Now, how In the devil do ion spell eggs. The foielgner when traveling eduSome of those who sees u man order a couple of eggs Good Fortune Became Known, and Appnlnchlcolii? cated .voting fellows from Annapolis poached on toast almost immediatelj His Fate Is an Unsolved Mystery. mift know." The author continues: jumps to tlu conclusion that only tin "A iiinu who had such an Important American tould luiXv given the older. The Frenth rorelpu legion Is tlic moro most tlctures.nne uillltnry orcinlrntlon commit ml cnuld hardly have been eggs, served whole, are - Jliud .boiled lu the world. It Is the refuse of men j democinttc. One nlplil I hnil given or- another American dish, nnd "deviled of oil nations gone wtong thtoiigh Im- dors for- a thorough cleaning of the eggs." where the jolk Is mlcd with hlp the tint morning. I was awake who wish to bury condiments, la striitly Ameripulse or misfotuinc ory parly, for It vv.w stlillngly hot. various can. Frltd iggs. too. are more coin themselves iu oblivion while tlghtlng I beard no o'clock came, and to regain nn honorable place In the Fho of the hot; atones on the deck, mon In Amerh.i ilinii elsewhere. sound world of life unil activity. Haul boiled n I went nboe to Hurt out why my many, too. but eggs nre V.itcn In Ger they itre usually preThe rank mid file of the corps Is orders obeyed, nnd my frame weie not composed of princes. uke, marquises pared In a glass. Vhopped with butter, entirely of mind for the moment lll.es counts mid viscounts, generals and of that of the disciplinarian. ni There wns salt nnd popfcr The ('eriuanindeed, ficers of nil grndes. all arms, of the no activity soft, at all on deck. I looked Ills Mill VAMled eggs very Into a ormles of all countries, magistrates, qroiiud for the oillcer of the deck. He mid breiks the contents dilna 11 DODGED A LEGACY Iglonnry. Of the Foreign Legion a thousand romantic tales arc told, of which the following true story may be taken as on eiomple: One day General Oruncau. commander of the legion, received n registered letter, postmarked Vienna and signed by the representative of n well known Austrian detective agency, to the lowing effect: Austro-IIun-jtarin- folIn- was nn old New I'liclaud wlnler. brown ns n buccaneer, who bad cnlfct-ifor the war from the merchant service. I recollect that he wore small cold rings In his enr, a custom with vonie of the old fashioned merchant sailors who had trae!ed the world I found him seated tip In the over. hammock netting, where It was cool, with Fniragut at U side. "'Why nren't you cleaning ship?" I rsked, "'I think I am to blame.' said with his pleisant smile. 'We two veterans have been swapping yarns about sailing ship days.' "The old whaler did not see how he could leave Farragnt when Fnrragut wanted to talk, and Inwardly perhap he did not fall to enjoy his position as superior to the young executive offi cer's reprimands." Far-ragu- t. d cup. eating them fnu.i the tup. The "eg cup" Is an Invention of Germany, but the Gel man cups me large enough to contain several eggs. "Sour eggs" nie eaten In Germany too. The average Englishman likes his egg boiled for three and n half minutes, no more and no le- -s He Is particular about the time.' He prefers a small egg cup that holds one egg. the shell of which Is not removed. The Englishman then removes the top of the shell. Ftrc.id and butter. Instead of the toast of the American. Is eaten with the Englishman's eggs. The Frenchman removes the top of his egg. too. hut then he stirs the contents vigorously and adds bits of bread and butter to the egg. Sometimes squares of bread are dipped Into the Monsieur le General n form me If a oung man of nationality, supposed to have enlisted in the Foreign Legion under the name of Justus Perth, is now at Sadla? Tou will understand the Interest we have Jn finding him when I Inform you confidentially that In consequence of unforeseen happenings he has become, without hie knowledge or expectation, sole heir to a fortune of 12,000.0oD crowns Inclosed li a photograph taken when he nas a student at the University of Prague. The photograph showed n stocky Will you kindly EARLY QUAKERESSES. youth of perhaps twenty to twenty-twyears of age and whose somewhat beefy face was filnged with precocious whiskers. He wore eyeglasses, which enade it difficult to judge of the form and shade of his eyes. General Bmncau's first step was to search the stave bis secretary-adjutan- t nllstment rolls for the name of Jus-4Fertb. No such name appeared Then be bad all the Austrlans of the detachment line up and scanned their 'faces in the hope of Identifying the original of the photograph. Only two. otb of whom were recent arrivals showed possible traits of resemblance. ana these In u very Imperfect degree. These two Austrlans were closely examined by Dhuermer. the secretary. who spoke the German language Both denied stubbornly that 4bey bad ever used or heard of the name of Justus Fertb. "Possibly It may loosen your tongues," pursued the secretary. "If I tell you why the general Is looking for this Perth. The fellow has Just Inherited 12,000,000 crowns. Now, is either one of you Justus Perth?" "Nein." o "JSeln." III- - E Hi "Send them back to their companies It is of no use," said General Bruneau TJme passed and the Incident had been forgotten when In 1902 there came to Bruneau n formidable looking ..Jgvejope bearing the government seal of the jpjnjsnxjjf)jrecn aljiilrs, u inclosed n letter"whleh" diew from the officer an exclamation of surprise. VjTbls letter was n dhilnrnaMjwrn,-flbrnt-- t pf Hie fofmer Inquiry by JJio Vienna secret set vice nceiicy regarding "Justus" Terlfl. TCTusrstediipon further Investigation, to be conflicted With iiion; cure nnd discretion than In the previous Instance. Furthermore, the commandant was confidentially advised that "Justus Forth" was only n fictitious name and that the real title f the person to be found at any price was Count Otto von X. Another photograph, more recent han the one which had accompanied the first Inquiry, was appended. "No sooner did I set oj es on this photograph," continued Bruneau, "than I made the astounding discovery that the Count Otto von X., the pseudo Justus Perth, was none other than the secretary-adjutanDliuermer, who had so energetically questioned the two bewildered Austrlans called up before me on the former occasion! My course was now simple enough. Shortly after that first interrogatory our secretary-InterpreteDliuermer, ted been transfened to Tonkin, In courso of the annual relief of the battalions serving there. This information 1 wired to headquarters. "Next day tbo response came: t, r. French consul at Singapore brought tbo following: "Legionary Dhuermer sent home account of health, en route Singapore. "Another cipher telegram to the "Legionary Dhuermer, alias Count Otto von X, disappeared from transport steamer, roadstead of Singapore; cannot bt found. "And the mystery remains unsolved to lb In day." Around their campflres In the Bnhara what tales might not be told if ever lmjaslre Tropplsts of acIbeec tion should but v(enk their stories) foa Angeles Tribune. al!-n- ter. "aftL material reaches the s In Italy eggs, to be perfectly presou u is miutheu uy oiiiiioiisoi uiicic- - day aftcr the 8CCond Monday In sitions In spreading Its message. pared are started on their tolling by rlu. which nre known ns the decompo-(MarcWednesday "They were not a w hit behind the being put Into cold water. When the sltiou bacteria. These bacteria soon In Maj-- , Wednesday after 2nd Monda) after 3rd Monday water comes to n IkjII the egg Is done. men." remarks one seventeenth cencause a great many thuuges In the ma-- J in August, Wednesday after 2nd l. tury chronltler, "In courage or In con- It Is eaten on a large plate with bread. each change tending to break. day in November, Chicago Tribune. tempt to material obstacle Imitating down the tomplex Into the more slm- - Grant Pollard, Fordsvllle, Tuesday them not out of a womanly precipiftcr ,2nd Monday In March, Thura-I- s pie compounds. A part of this material Wealth of Detail. tancy and boldness, but upon a deThurs-tottl- n set free lu the form of gases and Is J". aft,er -- n.a Modr, '" Former Governor Proctor Knott of changing, ns terminate ndv Ice the atmosphere but the e u It weie, their sex and being transmut- Kentucky used to tell a story of a part remains lu the soil ns u partly de- - Vcmber who appeared us a witness In a composed ed from women to men." mahs nnd Is known as hu-- , j. L.' patton, Ralph, Friday after A staid matron named Elizabeth mountain murder trial where Knott rous. ?nil Mnmnv su .MHIV.U, i' I 1UU v wMawj In XtnwtK C.l.t.. mtlT The mountaineer Hootou wns the first to be "convinced" was an attorney. Different classes of bacteria continue 2nd Monday In May, Friday after 3rd took the stnud. chewing tobacco, mid by Fox's teaching and became In the their work on this mnterlul after it has Monday In August, Friday after 2nd jear 1G49 the first woman pH.ulier gave his name, his age nnd his place reached the form of humus, decompos- Monday in November. among the Quakers. Aim D.iuner. the of residence. Then one of the lawyers ing It still further HARTFOIID POLICE COUKT. nnd building plant young daughter or a It Ionian, car- asked him to describe his first meeting food and other substumes from It C. .M. Crowe, Judge; John II. Wilson, City Attorney; J. ried the mo.!- - to London, gathering with a certain person who figured In Thus wc sec that humus Is continually Marshal; Court convenes P. tcvens, round licr Hie nucleus of that Society the case. second Monchanging. It Is never the smite In two day In each month. "Well." drawled the native, "he rid if I'liy Friends which grew to be the different fields, aud It also differs from City Council J. H. Wllllame. Mayof a dun year (o ?c-a- r In the same Qeld. model and tallying ground for other through our place or; It. T. Collins. Clerk; E. P. Thomof a fox bunt-Itowns and nations. Margaret, the colored critter The addition of manure to a field as, Treasurer. Members of Council horn and of a bearskin does a great deal townnl the formation wife of Judge Fell, was the "nursing Robert Hoover, P. B. Taylor. J. H. mother" of the infant church the cen overcoat and hit was hot weather. I of humus. It not only adds decompos B. Carson, E. P. Moore, Fred Cooper, tcr of nil Its activities, the helper and axed him If the critter he were ing matter to the soil, but It also adds W. J. Bean. the ultimate appeal in all Its distresses were a geldln' or a 'riglnnl. which be large numbers of bacterln which form School Trustees Dr. E. B. PendleIt were nnd drlv on." Saturday Mary Fisher, a servant gill from 'lowed humus out of the material already In ton, Chairman; W.- - II. Barnes, Secretary; Yoikshlrc. heads the long list of heroic Evening Post. tbc soil. Thus we And that If It were aud J.Dr. J. W. Taylor, W. S. TltiBlej D. Duke. sufferers In England who were public not for the work of bacteria there ly flogged for their religion. Musical Tones In Architecture. She. too RELIGIOUS SERVICES. would not bo any humus, ns the various with un older woman, was the ploueei It has long been believed that each plant and animal matter would not deM. E. Church, South Services who brought the Friends doctrine to of the mammoth buildings of the cay. morning and evening every first and New England In HI30 and tasted the world will vibrate In response to some third Sunday In' each month. Sunday schoej 9M5 a. m. Prajer meetfirst fi ults of the persecution which special musical toue. Architects be CHOCOLATE AS A FOOD. ing every Wednesday evening. Rev. was meted out to her fellow believers llevo they have found the tones for Savllle, pastor. even to the extremes of mutilation nnd such famous structures as the catheBaptist Church Services morning dentil, by those who were themselves dral at Cologne. Notre Dame In Paris It Should Be Eaten After and Never and evening every second aud fourth Before Meals. the survivors of the Mayflower. Ma bei and St Paul's in London. Certainly It Chocolate is one of the most whole- Sunday in each month. Sunday school Is true that each of these buildings reIt. Biallsford In Kngllshwoman. 9:45 a. some of foods. Rut It should be re- nesday in. Prayer meeting every Wedturns to the ear of the listener that evening. Rev. English, pastor. eating after meals. Nothing one toue Intensified and augmented to served for Gotham's Potter's Field. Christian Church Services overj In New York's potter's field mon a surprising extent. The corollary can be vvorxo than chocolate eaten fourth Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7. p. Just before a meal, for then It ruins m. Sunday school 9:U0 a. in. Elder W. In tin statement Hint this kejnote. if soundthan 0,000 bodies nre buried ed long enough and with sulllcleut the appetite. Chocolate should consist B. Wright pastor. C,oup.e of a year. Nejv York's piupei Cumberland Prcsbi terlan Churc- hilciiifmifke It necesr jhat as man? force, would bring disaster has never of equal parts of sugar and cocoa. When it contains, as most of that sold Sunday school every Sunday at 9:45 as eighty workmen oimI nfja IV fl av,.Z been proved. Christian Herald. In the cheap candy stores does, moro a. in. teepeislic Tnalntafneu at potter's fleii SECRET SOCIETIES. U?2r tlUiU K2n It loses much of Hi V'S lll'lt, '''? ""fid" is on H.utV til Human lin as a Polithsr. Z-Hartford Iodgo No. U75, P. and A. real food" value, iKlaiuT, nt Tne'eiitnifie'e'to the mmu I had nlways supposed that the Kocntgi the t'Oat Gcrrnan chemist M. meets every first .Monday night eighteen miles nn lliu Uiist river. Inn chamois possessed lln .skin best adaptwlio lins done so much to enlighten tho In each month. M. L. Hcavrln, W. the giavedlggerSi ilrlvors. iinil gene.a' ed for polishing purposes, but recently M.; Owen Hunter. Secretary. -Hartford Chapter No. 84 O. niet.ikeis illo prisoners fiom tin In n lending Jeweler's shop I learned world on tbc viilue of foods by publishing his muiljsls of them, says that meets every second and fourth E. 8. Monwoikhoiise force on ItlnckweD'a Island otherwise. Nothing. It seems, can chocolate contains 0 27 per cent of prowith a head keeper nnd seveial ns such a luster to plate us tho hu- tein, .02 per cent of theobromine, "120 day evenings. Miss Anna J. Patton, W. M.; Jus. 11. Williams, W. B.; sMnuts. not pilsonei's. to supervlst man skin, and nil the best mi tides are per cent of fut. l.Hil per cent of tarI hem. polished, quite literally, by hand rub- taric acid KI.TO per cent of sugar, 4.07 MIbb Elizabeth Miller, Secretary. Rough River Lodge No. 110 Knights bed gently by the lower inch of the per cent of starch. 1.07 per cent of celVictoria's Harmless Cosmetic. huud at the base of the tjiuu.b. "We lulose and 5 r0 per cent of other car- of Pythias meets every Tuesday evenDouglas .leu old, the English humor keep a girl to do nothing else." said P. bohydrates. Therefore It Is highly nu- ing. W. K. Anderson, C. C; J. Noj 1st was piollfic of puns In eouversn Poster, of II. & 8. my Informant und 1 iclleited that I tritive. Hartford Tent No. 99, K. O. T. M. tlon nnd lu eoirespondence. I'rofessoi had discovered u new industry nud n Athletes, polnr explorers and moun- meets every first and third Thursday llnindcr Matthews In the Centurj new definition of "pnlm oil." London tain climbers know this well. In the nights. R. T. Collins, Commander; quotes one of his best. Opinion. Swiss Alps It Is usual to carry choco- L. P. Foreman, Record Kcepor. In n letter written Just after Queen late In the pocket and to cat a llttlu Acme Lodgo No. 339 I. O. O. P. Victoria had been fired at .lerrold tie of It whenever the climbers pause for meets every second and fourth FriUnappreciated. cliircd that he had seen her out driv"See. John." buld Mrs. Slathers, with a rest But chocolate Is fattening nud day nights In each month. C. M. Haring nnd added that "she looked verj a happy smile, "I have taught tho ca- bbould therefore be eschewed by those nett, Noblo Qrand: V. It. Hedrlck. well and ns Is not nlwnjs the (use nary every time I come near him to who have a tendency to too great cor- Secretary. with women none the worse for pow Hartfoid Camp No. 202 W. O. Wv pulency. It Is an Ideal addition to tho stick out his littlo bill to be kissed." Jer." moots every second and fourth SaU "Humph!" Biild Slathers, eying tho diet of a vegetarian. Chocolate and cocoa nro almost bh urday nights In each month. Lesllo bird critically. "Seems to me yon Good System. stimulating as coffee und tea, but hare Bennett, Council Commander; W. C. "Old man, joitalvvajs look bright and spend your time teaching ci en tares , none of tho Injurious effects upon the Wallace. Clerk. No. 42, L. O. T. M., bow to present their bills for my attenSunshine Hive cneerful." tion. I got one from your milliner this nervous system which nre for ninny meets every first and third Friday "Think so?" morning, not to mention a dozen or people the great drawbacks of these nights In each month. Mrs. Attyo "You certainly always look cheerful Griffin, Lady Commander; Mrs. Lula two others Iq the 'same mU.' Har drinks. Have you no troubles?" Chocolate Is best when made over-nig- Pendleton, Lady Record Keeper. "Yes; I have troubles, but I nover per's. Keystone Chapter No. 110. R. A. and allowed to stand. New York sympathize with myself." Washing M., meets every third Saturday nlgbt World. Hops less. ton Herald. In each month. John T. Moore High A woman went to the police station Priest; W. 8. Tlnsley, Secretary. A Knight In Topcoats. to Inquire about her missing husband. SOCIETY OP EQUTY. Feminine Repartee. Tbo lute Sir Tattou Sykes, saya the AMERICANOfflcera-rPresIde- nt. "What-I- s bis distinguishing feature?" "Do you like tny new lint?" Manchester Guardian, had a way of J. National Hudson, Wis.; V. Ira M. asked the superintendent. Chryst, Presi"I didn't like it well enough to buy "A large Itonmn nose." she answered bis owu of taking bis walks comfort dent, 8. B. Robertson, Calhoun, Ky.; It yesterday when the milliner offered ably. A visitor In the neighborhood of iSecretary & Treas., H. G. Tank, Wai "Then be won't be found." emphaticit to mc." ally exclaimed a policeman, "for a nose tnruuific nuuiu ore uie uurouei mt out ,aau, wis. "Oh. 1 see. Naturally you were State Officer President. J. H. Mc- of that- - kind never turns up." Pear- for bis morning round wearing two or obliged to take n less expensive one." three overcoats. When be felt warm Connell, Princeton, Ky.; Vice Presison's Weekly. Detroit Free Press. enough be would take off tlrst oue and dent, J. II. Uurnay, Muhlenberg Co.; then uuotber nud lay It on the nearest Secretary & Trcaa., 8. B. Robertson, Conceit Is the soap bubble of life, hedgerow, The person who found an Calhoun, Ky.; Organizer, T. H. Hartford, Ky. overcoat and returned It to the house "rv hirr. very smooth nud ascendant Members 8Ute Executive Board-B- en until pricked always received the reward of a shlb Watson, Webster county; J. W." FOR FLETCHER'S Hug, nud iio doubt the Sledmere boys Dunn, Daviess county; Henry Plrtle, were wlilbm mmn.lwra. Ohio county; 13. J, Bay, Wardla coun- - Mary Fisher the First to Be Publicly Flogged In England. No feature of the early Quaker movement was so surprising to contempo-tarhistorians ns the prominent part taken by women of all classes and po- y egg. No Spaniard would dream of letting an egg boll three minutes that K If he prefers his eggs prepared strhtly In the native fashion. The egg is allowed to boll only one minute mid Is then broken open nnd the contents poured Into a glass, the real Spanish epicure drinking It off ns If It were wa- county officers L. 11. Tlch Ohio CoMnty enor, President; Henry Plrtlo, 8cc Scriptural Evidences That Ara Astonretnrv: S. B. Bennett. Trensurcr. ishing ,N9 On Can Afford to Circuit Court T. F. Blrkhcad, I COUNTY IlOAKD OF EDUCATION. Knowledge. Without ths Henry heath, Chnlrnmn, Hartford, Judge; Ben 1. Hlngo, Attorney; W. Wc do our friends a valunble scrvlco P. .Mldklff, Jailer; E. u. uarrass, Ky. I. L. B. TIchcnor, Hartford, II. F. when we call their ntteiitlon to tho Clerk; E. E. Illritlicad, Master Com- ustec'D. No. C. 'f valuable book entitled, "Till: TIME missioner; It. T. Collins, lllnck, Sheriff, 2. E. C. Hartford, Iloynoldfl. Ky. IS AT HAND." In vvhleli are given Jury Fund: T. II. Deputies S. O. Kcovwi, 3. M. S. Patterson, Olnton, Ky. to prove Hartford. many Strlptur.il evlderi.-e. B. I.. Alford, White Hun, Ky. Beaver Dam, 0. I. Jones, Route 6. where we are on the stream of time. Earn, 5. Klchnrd l'lummcr. Tailor Mines. falling I hem for Hartford; W. C.Monday Kosinc. Court 'Men's hearts are In February Kentucky. toiiveiics first fear" and many of the lending think nnd continues three weeks; third ers me proposing remedies to better Mom)uy Jn A,,rj Us0 ccitB; thfrd conditions. 'J lie scriptures nsure "i Monday in October two weeks, that man's extremity will be God's. County Court 11. It. Wedding, -- -. opportunity, mid this book holds out Judge; W. S. Tlnsley, Clerk; C. E. Attorney, Hartford. Court nn nnchor to those who four the wave Smith, iu each of unrest now spreading over the i convenes first Mondo) month, world ,, Attorney Law mSR Thelioiiest hmrl confers that It of nt n loss for mi HAJlTFOItD, KY. anJ Nmcmb spiring events. While we refer to this first Will praotlce bJs profusion In toun or eialins-Cimvc- nca as tho BltAIN AGE and the Age of Tuesday In January und first and adjoining oounUos. Cumniurdal IITHNM ENT. nevertheless day In October. tinny realize that we ere fast up - Othtr County Officers C. S. Mox- - and Cnnilual Pmclico a Specialty. proachlng a crisis which Is wrapped In lej, L- urvejor, honisUlle. Ky., K. darkness owing to the present world- - V. - No. j Heniard !Felix, Asats- ; D. No. -i.i., ...U.1..1 ' r..ii.rtmiH nnd iiolltltul tin - t?or Hartford, Ky., It. ' Henry l.eiuu, Superintendent, Hart rest. ford, Dr. A. B. Klley. Coroner, llnrt- book. foril Send 35 cents nt once for the Law Bible nnd Tract Society, 17 Hicks JUSTICES' COUltTS. HARTFORD, KY. Street, Brooklyn, N. Y. Lcsllo Combs, Hartford, Tuesdny after 3rd Monday In March, Tuesday Mistb. W. H. Llarn.B and C. K. after 3rd Monduy in June,1 Ttiesdn) SnilLh announce UUat Ui.jy luive forn-- a after 3rd, Monday In September, TuesimrUi.trahij) for tlie KiKM-a- I pruo dny after 3rd" Monday lu December. HUMUS IN THE SOIL tice of law, eici;t ocliulnal and .11 wr John II. Milt. Kc'kport, Friday af,cr 3rtl Monday in .March, Friday ciati, Mr. Smith beOjig Couuly AtUir-i- y This Valuable Substance Is Due to the after ,n , hi pimwuUxI frtwi practicing auclii Presence of Bacteria. Br(, Monia. ,,, September. Mr. Iku-iwill Individually cc.itK& We tlud a vast difference In the fer-- , Friday after 3rd Monday In occejit such proctloa Offlous la of different m)IK writes C. I., comber. O. E. Scott. Cromwell. Wcdnceda) Hartford Republlnui building, HartMcArthur. assistant batterlologlst. Ida- For Instance. ford, K- ho eMierlment station ?"& sand, although It m ly contnln nil the Wednesday aftcr arj Monday In neceary for plant food, Is tembcr, Wednesday aftei Ota Mon-sti- ll found ban en mid without vegetn- - day lu December, John H. Milts, Ilockport, Friday tlon. Garden m)1K however, may ton-Law tain less plant food than the s.md und "fler 3rd Monday vi March, Fricay ,15l0,!duy, '" J"?; Mill be considered very fertile. This (' HARTFORD, KY. b-'Sj difference Is usually due to ,h. ASSOCIATED WITH M..L. HEAVR1N known as lu ...us. Where the stnnte j Q Jackson. Ccntertovvn, Is present the different ele-- urday af ,cr 3rd Mcnday ,n Marcl( This offlco la equipped for handIn a form that plants Saturday after 3rd Monday In iunc. ments are pie-ei- it ling Commercial I aw and Collection can use. This humus Is the remains of Saturday after 3rd .Monday In plants und animals. When tembcr, Saturday after 3rd Mondaj Items as well as other legal and litigated matters. Practice In all the plants die that part which Is not used In December, for commercial purposes usually goes M. C. Cook, Renfrew, Tuesday af- - courts. Prompt and vigorous sun Ice. , back to the soil. In much the same'1" --'no Monday in March, Tuesday M. L. Hcarln'a Office. i f ,,,e UU"m" ,'n Ohio s I I -- THE GOLDEN AGE AT HAND. Directory ty: C. 0. Davenport, Warren count). 'V I ''' r,j 1 Otto C. Martin at Iran-AugU- "'A Tue?-CNM- G to Barnes & Attorneys at Smith , ',, De-tlll- ty ?X' 1 '.' K ts ARTHUR j"l -u- X& aVKSn'' '' D. Attorney at KIRK Sat-hum- us -- rcsKor ft"' & 2.3S S8 iSi.?g I AM PREPARED y Mon-teria- To do any kind of Vetirina-r- Kreates,'" J ''. &, -- work. Horses, mules and cowb need not die for want of Calls answered attention. day or night. W. H. Veterinary Surgeon RILEY Ky. THE Hciriforct n' NEW UNDER ANY CWINO MACHINBv ' OF QUAUTY.1 NOT OLD OTHER NAME. HOME WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. If you purchase the NKW 1IO.MK yon wilt have a life asset at the price you pay, and wilt not have an endless chain of repairs. jfiM rTi lamlm lH "" J ftli - If yod Vriinl a sewing1 machine, write for, Mr latest catalogue before you purchase. Ha New Home Sewing Machine Co, Orange, Mao! h sWRltV -- - ) lui-pa- it ESPECIAL. OrFE-W- J' iWlUS t StaM Xew.BulM, AtrislwUiB f make yoa oar penasnsnt wlwif. 6CABUNTk . SEEDS H W - sr UUatMTir4.11.n4ieMM,fcntI I Wrt & t4myt Mtmthm tM T rUCASE. I Apm I m t WW rmtf M HM iwii sate wl M Sajli hiImU, t aJSTtajS fiik, m unttummmI Hm Best mtotaa WO" la.toaialTe, BssptUVJratia mt Mli U SMaTftuiirMs. At M. V Immm. l3W SEND 10 CENTS B V t1U A I "iWUSniL B i MaCALL T AmM nti. I r MafAtfa MACAliNK ort suoscrlbcrs then au(sila & NlUWIlt atail yetrs. Sold In aesrly very city snd lewn in Ihs United SUUt PW CD4ji, or by auil direct. More- sold thlaT uy wnr titan sss nre ciuiog us, Bal-mal- n, Children Cry I I an othci fuhloa jBilllon a month. Invaluable. Lai. tlylcs, psltcrnl, drctimsktajr, millinery, tit scsjlna;, lancy needlcwark.fittrdistilnc, laia etiqiwtte, rood stories, etc, OalfW cents a Tear (worth double), including a free ptttcsmV ' EubKrM today, r scad tat sastfla copy?" fcy 1ajdfclfti.g-f- f - . -- s.i,.....Jt.. - , r t&Sr A. CASTORI tti A p to Agaats.' Foils! bring crimlaa cattlogue wiwwcunpriMeacia. Aaorsae , asKiU Cf. I MIWrfN.SU HM i. El BIRTH OF THE GRAND CANYON. AUSta CRAFT Whan ON THE GRIDIRON. pw!K''7in,i ii4M!lm ...1 CASTOREA For Infanta and Children. The Kind You Have ALCOHOL 3 PKU MWmiPnptmhnfolis UflgUicStofliacfBandDo'dsif rt'vi. Always Bought slrailaKngiheRxxfamlRetfA Bears the Signature i X Of lI ra iw PtoraotesDigesllonOttrfi IWSS and Rntrontilns nciuir Opiinw.Morphine norMiaenL; w of nUinAHCUTIC. JUSmm JtmlUti MmM-tJKfg- JkMTtUl:- - If ml Al Aperfect Remedy forCoittfit Worms JLomTilsums.fivnsn Sleep. ness are! Loss lion , sour aujnaui.uiarrii of For Ovgi FalSimlt Si Jnattrt of NEW YORK. Thirty Years n5rtKeT55fi Exact Copy of Wrapper. CASTORIA ri ffrrwN oomhnv, new vom Natura'a Mighty Forcea That Wraekac) tha Cruit of the Earth. "How t do yoti vxplnlii It V Imitilrotl one on mcotliis Kir .luliu Murray, tlii emliicnt nnsllsli Biiili.jfl.it iirnl president of the Koynl OcoBraphlcal referring to the Ouiiid Cnnyon of tlio Colorndo. Thl? was briefly tho answer, though nol In his words: "On either side of the wide plnln ez tending from nlxt.v to n hundred mllei to the right and left of the canyon evidences of eer yolcanle action are visible. In the center was a plnteuu, but you now loots down upon It as the vast chasm of the canyon Thrice the volcanic forces of nature, operating ou either tdile. violently and with tremendous power, foiced this plateau up ward, and (ln.illy In one cycloplc, tre- mentions upheaval the plateau parted, and the Cmnd canyon, the wonder nnd mystery of the world, was liorn. i "Imagine a lo.if of dough rising silently under the continuous pressure of the ye.ist unlit llnally the crust la broken and the loaf divided Into two. Then look at this broken crust of mother e.irth. In the early days a wist nre.i embracing a great portion of the Interior of the American continent was covered with watpr. It was a great sea. All over the canyon fossil oyster shells proved this contention. The Grand canyon opened; the wateni of tho Inland sea rushed through In a tearing Hood and carved the fantastic forms you now see." The ipicstlouer further Inquired of Sir .John. "No doubt this wns all vety remote. In the early ages of the world?" "Oh. no' said Sir John. "Modern, quite modern not more than twenty or thirty million years ago!" Leslie's. Weekly. TRUE They HORSE MARINES. em. S99S9$9S$9$9S9S9$roS$SS LOUISVILLE Poultry Supply Co. 305 East Market Street LOUISVILLE, KY. The only and original poultry supply house south of the Ohio River. We keep a full line of first-clas- s POULTRY Spain the llaneros contributed much toward nchtevlng the independence of botb Venezuela and New Granada. In "Up the Orinoco and Dowu the Mr. II. J. Moznns tells of au occasion when It was necessary for Bolivar's army to cross the Apure lu order to engage Mod Ho. Hut Bolivar bad no bouts, nnd the Apure at this point wns wjde and deep. The Spanish tlotillu was guarding the river at the point opposite to tbe patriot forces. Holiwir was in despair. Turning to Paez. be said, "1 would give the world to have the Spanish flotilla; without it I can never cross tho river." "It shall be yours In an hour," said Mag-dnlen- Helped Bolivar Out When Ha Waa In Need of a Fleet. The llnnero of South America Uvea on horseback, trades, buys and sells ou horseback, and during the war wltb the Carlisle Indiana Outwitted Harvard's Highbrow. In football n full Held run from kick, off to touchdown Is n rare play. Once It was made by u Carlisle Indian, who covered the long dlstnnco In n gamo against Harvard, Oct. 31. 1003. and did so by tho craftiest, wiliest stratagem ever perpetrated by a redskin upon his pale faced brother. The first half bad closed with the Indians In the lead five points to none. Harvard opened the battle by sending a long kick to Johnson on Carlisle's five yard line. The Indians quickly ran back to meet Johnson nnd formed a compact mass around him, Wlthln'thc recesses of this mass of plnyers Johnson slipped tbe ball beneath the back of Dillon's Jersey, which had been especially made' to receive nnd hold the Then, the ball thus secretly ball. transferred nnd hidden. Johnson uttered u whoop such us Cambridge had not heard hince the days of King Philip's war, and Instantly the bunch of scattered In all directions. Some ran to the right and sonic to the left, some obliquely and some straight up the confer of the field, radiating In all directions like the spokes of n wheel. The crimson playersnnow upon them, looked lu'valii for the bull, dumfound-ed- . running from one opponent to another. Meanwhile Dillon was running straight dowu the field so as to give bis opponents the least opportunity for a side or rear view nnd conspicuously swinging his arms to show that tbey did not bold the ball. Thus, without being detected, he passed through the entire Harvard team, excepting the captain, Carl B. Marshall, who was covering the deep bnckfleld. Obeying Instructions. - Dillon ran straight at Marshall. The latter, assuming that the Indian Intended to block bim, ngilely sidestepped tbe Carlisle player, and as he did ,so be caught sight of the enormous and unwonted bulge on the back of Dillon. Instantly divining that here was the lost ball, Marshall turned and sprang at Dillon, but tbe Intter wns well on bis way and quickly crossed tbe Hue for a toucbdowu. Parke H. Davis In St. Nicholas. WHAT KIND Of WHISEY DO YOU USE? I Do you want Pure Whiskey that is good? It's the only kind that we sell. MAIIa ORDERS PIIaLaRD When in Owensboro come to see us. by us i "' P.R. LANCASTER CO. DISTRIBUTORS OF Old W. S. Stone, Old Quality, Premier Pure, The Whiskey For Family Use, Green River. 1ZZ JAMES & CO., First Class Liverymen Centertown, - Kentucky. Prompt Attention and Good Service. TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, OUR CLUBBING RATES. The Republican and Louisville Herald $1.3 The Republican and Courier-Journ,1.50 1.75 The Reptblican and St. Louis 1.50 The Republican and Home and Farm 1.75 The Republican and 3.60 The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald 3.50 The .republican ana JJaiiy tj wens ooro inquirer k O'boro Messenger 1.75 The Republican and :... 1.75 The Republican and Kentucky Farmer The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. 1.30 1.60 The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer i The Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer-- 1. 50 al Globe-Democrat LARGEST KNOWN ICE CAVE. Paez. SUPPLIES AND FEEDS. Write for Price List. ftssreqvvvssasxfrssvvvfrs II Selecting 300 of his llnnero lancers, distinguished for strength and bravery, be said, pointing to tbe gunboats: "We mlist have these flccberas or die. Let those follow who please." At once spurring his horse, be dashed Into tbe river nnd swatu toward tbe flotilla. Tho llaneros followed him wltb their Jances In their hnuds, now encouraging their horses by swim inlns beside them and patting their necks, now shouting to scare away tbe crocodiles, of which there were hundreds In the. river. At last tbej reached the other side nnd sprang from tbelr horses' backs on board tbe bonis, beaded by their leader. To tbe astonishment of every one who beheld It, tbey actually captured tbe entire flo' tilla. all Tha Old, Old Problem. New times, new problems. Behold bow even tbe old world Is smitten with modernity uud Its horrors as revealed In "Servnntgallsm; or, What's to Become of the Missuses?" Servant Gal Ob. If you please, ma'am, there wns one other tbing I and Ket, in1 Style by Reading McCalTi MafutM uhI Utwf McCall Patterns ii afcCatl'aMaiaaliawKI hclu jvM ilresi siyl-Uli- lr at a iiioilrnio cxwuy) by boouliK Ton poneil ou UlO r Ladies! ST MKy ' BuwMrsMaMsucceea. 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OHa. naM H, ana, lanii kka. mm anataaai neaiiaat SPECIAL OFFER' should like to 'ave settled. Where do you go to tbe seaside In the summer? Because I couldn't go to n dull place or where the ball wasn't very bracing. For the enchanting picture that II- lustrates this consult Punch, volume 24, 1853. New York Tribune. Gal Wonders of the Frozen Grotto In tha Dachstein Mountain!. A few years ago some members of tbe Austrian Speleological society discovered In the Dncbsteln mountains some enverns which are among tbe largest in Europe. One of these grottoes, tbe longitudinal axis of which Is fully 0,500 feet long, moreover turned out to offer additional Interest by Its Ice masses and wns , truly enormous found to be the largest known Ice cave in tbe world. Though a scorching sun may be burning outside on the bare mountain jockf there Is always an Icy wind blowing through this underworld, freezing everything within its reach. Only sometimes, when the outside temperature ranges between 32 nnd 41 degrees C. nnd n comparatively warm rain penetrates through tbe fls tsurcs of the rock, entering right Into the cavern, will there be a temporary calm nnd distinct melting of the Ice. The Dachstein Ice cave 'comprises several domes filled wltb Ice, which communicate wltb one another through X n number of frozen galleries. An Ice crevice 89 feet deep nnd 110 feet In width traverses the floor of the cavern Gigantic 105 feet from the entrance. ice pillars were found to tower on both edges of this chasm, In the depth Ice of which there unfolds a fairy-lik- e scenery. Beyond tbe nbyss the cavern X widens out Into a mighty dome (Tristan dome, as It Is called), where a plain Ice sheet reaches from one wall X to the other, carrying Ice stalagmites of the most fantastic shapes. Scientific American. Gordon t Twice-a-Wee- f Address all orders to ' THE REPUBLICAN. 1 YOUR Letter Heads Rail Haarle Z I - I t . ' """ Noteneaas Envelopes f I i Statements Cards And other printed forms are given, , Lady Yes t aaM mm MMa mi Tll?, Tftrtafftt I Writ uMu. uj uikltf a, naalf niut.1 ... ... tMa ttvlukU AalUvllaa l'TT7i"' T.VTZZk'-ia- "' anaa ki.t aaa ;T i..-..- aw aj""" I M H1N - t" ""!" atai aa M In 111 P a. IWlaarti I .,. na. to-- 4y Mth. iiaaiaafcaag' .!.( aakMkaia I I I rteaBWa.WilBfjBaaaiai aw at aaaiaiaBBav a " naaarauaH i. -; i i.i i. . . r- IBV -- -- Q Jik I HMMIH a ItfUlK . ii in d ..it... kn. ". aafcium r. raf. n.1(lu - """i:"E. "T., .i. .1WWI III.IW.I1WBW VSBU.T I it. iw anonii nx. - j soostobo, l'h VTlBft i EXPERIENCE 60 YEARS' copjrtKhu,rUx, lit i3VlaS JIultust il'Kt viUk WitshlnftM taV4t lime, mtiuy mkJ oltn tJufiittnt, PiUM ltd InfrUctmint Pnctlci Exclmlvily. Til Xlikt Mtwt, mi VsIM IUtM rtMt Mot, WAamnaTON. o. a. MTrlU m to ot.Ul ALL COUNTRIES. ird. uuA . ijjffinra Anion tending aaatcn ana aeicnpiion ma, nlckl oacofUlii our oiamon fr whetU.r au Burning Up Gold. Burning a small piece of gold leaf Is a custom observed by the Chinese nt certain anniversary celebrations, anfi It Is estimated that gold to 'the value of $10,000,000 Is destroyed unnually In this way. This estimate Is based on the assumption that each Individual or n total iwpulatlon of 440.000.000 burusi at each of two uunlversailes a piece oi' gold leaf weighing .3W grain, making' a total of 271.000.000 grains. A tivu dollar gold piece weighs 120 gralus. "So be accepted a Job like that, did bo? Well. I did nut know that a man of his btaudlng would accept such dirty ' South Africa tells an excellent story about Cecil Rhodes. Rhodes was very careless lu the matter 'of dress. On one occasion an old' and favorite coat of. bis was sent to be cleaned nnd mended. Soon after It came, back Just as It had been sent together with this note from the cleaners: "Dear Sir Herewith the Right Hon C. J. Rhodes' coat, uncleaned and We regret that ail we can do with the garment Is to make a new coat to match the buttons." Wanted tha Solid. . Tommy went out to dine ntn friend's house one evening. When the soup was brought Tommy did not touch .his. nnd tho hostess, looking over, said: "Why. Tommy, dear, what's the matter? Aren't you hungry tonight?" "Yes." replied Tommy. "I'm quite hungry, but I'm not, thirsty." Judge. 8ubtla Scheme. First Jeweler Aren't' you afraid to leave those diamonds In a front window at night? Second Jeweler Not with ray scheme. Just before I go borne I put In a little sign on them reading, "Anything In This Window 10 Cents." Chicago News. Verbal Brand. "How do you manage to keep such a clean record with so many of your A Hopeless Job. Le Sueur In his book on X '$tk7 &- - X The Republican Job Department. 1 J It Always Helps says Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., in writing of her experience with Cardui, the woman's tonic. She says further: "Before I began to use Cardui, my back and head would hurt so bad, I thought the pain would kill me. 1 was hardly able to do any of my housework. After taking three bottles of Cardui, I began to feel like a new woman. I soon gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework, as well as run a big water mill. I wish every suffering woman would give Quite Safe. nraiANft CeVRIQHTa Ac Traoc Marks money." "Oil. ho washed bis hands with an antiseptic solution before he took the foe." Baltimore American. How It Happened. "A letter addressed to me and mark-f- d 'Personal' came to my house yesterday, and my wife dldu't open It.". "How do you account for It?" "She was out of town attending tu wedding of one of tier couslus." Cbl-uk- o Itecord-Ueruld- or com to m U nic(aliw(l. without cbjrye. In Ita Scientific iluiaUuiiot M four monttu. II. Sold BjaJ titwaOaalara. l!liitraa jrlr. anr rl.nlMo iournal, flnwka ltt.,!',a U CARDUI The Woman's Tonic ut 1 H 5f 1 1 m k I Ki uimiumiaiiuiiM THAT Htm bt'rU lyonoo, aa oDdu-wlN- . . land tROKMARKB Promff I I rnll "UH N Taan pnoUoA AINa tMNCcrlwWl i awos oa rroaiaoio fawoia mti i oa ttwtabUltr. OS-BO-B mimmm. bb jwor"Hwa lor poow wv...in paiian ttorogfUr, at our obUUu la " 'aaiWUW AYWI t vat mil! ' tmammiSMtun .urn iiapj 1 1M11 waitth mxrmt WAIHINOTON, B. O. ', ilu4oi4 puv k i"" tjin jiil ,iuiij4 ,u,"ji f ?.ll. 1,,M pi..l..1(. yw ,.ll.M,.. "I - iv o P iiaant u U 'xom m oar PI!1 IP an mill HWABMMV til uoiiil UQ gSnai ifa, pu 5 Ordered It She (In restuurnnti I'm so hungry I could eat a bouse! fT Then tliat'f! what we'll bave. Walter, a porter-bouse- , large, for twot London Tele-srapWhat Is Just and right ta tbe lair or lawa.-La- tln Proverb. cfanky relations?" "Just use soft American. soap." Baltimore lnioot Be Slow to Throw. man bus thrown a rock be, After nine times out of ten. wishes be had IC back in bis band.-Phlludel- phia I still use Cardui when I feel a little bad, and, it always does me good." Headache, backache,' side ache, nervousness, feelings, etc., are sure signs of womantired, worn-oly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's tonic. You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing women for more than fifty years. a trial Get a Bottle Today! jji ;i "MP jwbj wt p J- "i y "VTOT mwmmmimmm-- -- ClflFIH vgy, r7, ' m hi ii v.JPJ v-wff- i " wmasi' i.wi!v.!y,"''i,';yr in . i . ' mfiiwMMHMHHHiiVM llin-- J uiwmmi.- -. .- - 'r - w . tf ' W i NEW .YORK POLICE,.. i How to Detect the Alum Baking Powder "Which are the alum baking powders; how can I avoid them unless .they are named? asks a housekeeper. Here is one way: take the can of a powder in your. hand and read the ingredient clause upon the back label. The law requires that if the powder contains alum that fact must be there stated. If you find one of the ingredients named alum, or sulphate of aluminum, you have found an alum baling powder. There is another and a better way. You don't have to know the names of the alum powders. Use Royal Baking Powder only; that assures you a cream of tartar powder, and the purest and most healthful baking low-pric- ed CAPTAIN INDICTED Charged With Protecting Alleged Wire Tappers and Accepting Bribe. New York, Dec. 2. A former poCaptain, Domlnlck Itllcy, was y by tho indicted for bribery grand jury In connection with tho alleged conspiracy between the poy lice and swindbrs. $1,000 In Is accused of ucoptln the swindlers return for granting police protection. This Indictment is the first to result from tho sweeping Investigation conducted by the District Attorney and still In progress. The chief witnesses before the grand Jury were or a gang, members some of whom admitted that they had swindled various persons out of thousands of dollars by pretending that they could tap the telegraph wires to get advance information regarding sporting events. A bench warrant was issued for Riley's arrest, but it was understood that he would surrender himself voluntarily this afternoon. Riley recently retired from the police force on the ground of 111 health. District Attorney Whitman expects to learn the details by which the game; of the clairvoyants and fortune tellers have conducted their business. One of his chief Informants is a wealthy widow who arrived here today from Chicago. This woman inherited $400,000 from her husband, but lost half of it here, it was said, through the efforts of the swindlers. The District Attorney would not dis close hsr name, but It was said that .ahe would testify before the grand Jury lice to-dawire-tapping Ul-lewire-tappiwire-tappi- powder beyond question. 18AD DRAG BJSGUSSED 4 B. yard King Tells To Use It. W How iviess County Audience Learns How To Make Good ' Fran Inventor Roads. f r if ; JVMay's Owensboro Inqulrfisays: the Hrfore an audience that-.tJue- d najaclty of the circuit court room D. Ward King, or Maltland. Mo., spoke .ftar siprc than one hour this after-mon How to Build Good Roads 0izfcout Money. 3tr. King was introduced by E. W. miih, chairman of the Good Koads ntmmlttoe of the Chamber of Commerce, and who also presided at the inwlinK. .Mr. King was brought to f, rftswenaboro by the Chamber of a and during the speech, rmucber were present including Sec retary Geo, H. Cox, J, A. Manning, IX Ray and V. A. Steele. Tk drag which Mr. King used in .ais demonstration this afternoon was on exhibition at the southwest rsorucr of the public square and unusual attention by Spectm Com-lamro- J. road. Ho said .that he had tho best road within 500 miles of his farm. Ho said that it took him two years drag was to learn that the split-lo- g more valuable In the winter tlian the summer. Mr. Kins said tba ho found the split-lo- g gives smoothness, drag dries early after a rain, and gives the road a rounded contour and fills the bump at the culverts. Mr. Kins amused his uadlence with anecdotes' touching the bad condition of roads both' In Kentucky and other states thai he had traveled In during his course of lectures. He said that drag that required the little split-lo- g no palnt.varnlsh or sandpaper, cpuld be made 'easily on every farm iwlth practically no coat. All that was needed was a man, and what Kentucky most needed was more men on the farm that had the time to do things. Mr.. King's speech was enthusiastic and the ally applauded throughout, drag, of explanation of the spllt-lo- s which he is the Inventor.was so simple and plain that It should result In Its general use on every road In the country. At 'the conclusion of Mr. King's speech, a general Invitation was ex tended to the audience to join the Inventor in a demonstration that immediately give on 20th and 21st streets in Buna Vista addition where some two or thrps blocks o streets would be worked by the split log drag. The Cleverest of Diggers. It is said that, of all living creatures, the gopher Is the one most erfectly adopted to. digging in the ;round. This creature Is almost necklcss, without visible :ars, and with extremoly small eyes. In Its tunneling work the fopher employs its lonff and powerful front teeth as a pick to loosen the ground. At the same time the fore feet.whlch are armed with long, curved claws, the sides of the toes being lined In turn, with bristles that pret ent the short-ieg-5od, passage of djrt between thorn, are hard at work both In digging and In pressing tho dirt back under tho body. Thcrq tho hind foot tako it and push It farther back. Quantity of Wh.cn a sufficient earth has been accumulated in the rear of tho Kopher, tho animal whirls about, and by bringing his "wrists" together under his chin, with tho palms of tho "hands" held vertically, he pushes tho earth out In front. Agophcr will move backward Just' as rapidly as forward, and ho can push tho soil either way. Ills movements In excavating arc almost as rapid ninl automatic as theso of a dhuttlc. . It has been estimated that a pocket gopher un mako two hundred complete strokes with his tcth in one minute. Tho Jaws are so arranged distinct nluKlecats that thlrty-clgl- it are made by the forward stroke of the Jaw, and twenty-eigb. tho backward stroke. Thus, it will be. seen, the Jaws of this curious Uttjo creaturo may accomplish a grand total of thirteen thousand two hundred cuts a 'minute when In active, operation. He Is Immensely destructive-tcrojis.and Is, therefore not popular. Tho pocket gopher digs as lor;; as he lives, extending his burrow He digs n'l from year to year. summer and generally all winter.slnco he Is not a hibernating animal. All his life, is practically passed underground, except when, for an Instant, on raro occasions, bo emerges into the air to push a load of earth from a freshly opened hole. If a g?pher In captivity finds a whole potato, ho will cut off little slices, trimming them to suitable shape with his sharp teeth, and by transfer them to his chcek-jwucha swift movement. Tp remove them from tho pouch he presses his fore feet firmly against the sides of his head and carries them rapidly for ward, dumping the contents of the pouches are often packed bo full of bits pouchs ar oftn packd so full of bits of roots, stems, and leacs as to give the gopher a strangely distorted ap pearance. Harper's Weekly. ht cs BDW.W?SllTl:i'rJ H.D lAYNB, c. aad Tr. J B.tBACH,Mtr. hrr 7'r "V 4 pppppppppvppppppH pppppppppv jppppppv VHH HI ! V THE Thev E- - W. SMITH CO. Incorporated. House Furnishing Store Owensboro, Kentucky Largest Complete in Western Kentucky. Owensboro Optical House. Hartford, Ky., Nov. 1. I have used glasses made by R. C. Hardwlck'e Optician, Owensboro, Ky., to my entire satisfaction. Ills house and machinery for making lenses are, the most complete in the State, and he emplos none but experienced workmen. C. M. DARNETT. Everything in Furniture, Carpets, Rugs, Window Shades, Matting:, Lace Curtains, Stoves, Ranges and Refrigerators shown in large varieties. ONE PRICE and PLAIN FIGURES IS SMITH'S WAY. WRITE US FOR CUTS AND PRICES. Prompt Attention Given Mail Orders. We Pay The Freight. MtntlonTh Republican) 4 Mti;ttttMttttwy;vntHn I To The Readers f Htil Stomach Troubles Disappear. Stomach' liver and kidney troubles nerves, lame back and female Ills disappear when Klectrlc Bitters are used. Thousands of women wou'd their not be without a bottle in home. Eliza Pool ot Depew, Okla., writes: "Electric Hitters raised mt from a bed of sickness andv suffering and has done me a 'world of good. I wish every suffering woman could use this excellent remedy and find out, as I did, just how scod It Is." As it has helped thousands of others. It surely will do the same for you. Every bottle guaranteed, 50c and $1. At all Druggists. H. E. Bucklen & m Co., Philadelphia, or St? Uuis. weak ator. " : t f ! i. i &4 I he beginning Mr. King said rthai- - lie had a beautilul knoll on a conker of his farm covered with blue that he was going to put a tSturA iron fence around it, and then stm. a. large sranlte shaft and have .Inscribed thereon the names of the l dead and also the great men ttaJL fcave introduced him as lie said that he was neither JltuKiiable, Doctor or Professor, but -. j:Uln, common everyday farmer. ilx. King .said that tho farmer who 19.VHS the land that ho lives on Is the only man that never smiles unless .for fouls like it. He said that the 'Ettjtfccr, merchant and business man Notice in Bankruptcy. always smiles when lie sees the farm- In. the District Court of tho Unit who owns tho land that ho lives The farmer who owns his own ed States, for the Western District of Kentucky. la tho aiort Independent hull-- , In tho matter of Joajph Mortimer In Xhe wol'ld, and he should vidua! Fal'.on, Bankrupt. Jeai-- Jiow to merge his independence To tho creditors of JosephMortlmer Ante cooperation with his neighbor--5iiFallon, of Fordsvllle, In tho county litniers. ho was of Ohio and district aforesald.bankstated that Mr. King rupt. ibrousfrt to Owensboro in tho InteNotice Is he.roby given that on the rtill of tlw fanuT, and that no 19th day of November, A. D., 1913, was behind him; that he Josoph Mortimer Fallor was e tho said was. lmj)ly liere to show the duly adjudicated bankrupt, and that kow to nuke good roads without drag. He the first meeting of creditors will be cost by use of the split-lo- g iHaid tjiat ho wau born at Springfield. held at tho law offlao of J. A. Dean, Ohlo, ond was never on a tarfn until In Owensboro, Ky., on the 12th day Ho said that ho of December, A. D 1913, at 2 p. m., he aa grown. vJUbCt know anything about a farm at which time the said creditors may claims, apiKlnt .;ui whew Ire ueut out ho asked the attend, prove th.elrthe bankrupt, and Mdrict: of WMiie of tliu beat farmers a trustee, examine may iu tits vicinity and found that no two transact such other business as said meeting. men djd the tame thing alike. And properly caiue before Petition filed November 17, 1913. ;. tem that time on lie boan J. A. DEAN, Ho then went into stock Referee InBanltruptcy. ranoln and hud to travel a great Noveu)6er 26, 1913. ..Wi over the roads, which at that Owensboro, Ky., time were in u miserable condition. Yfur Liver Lacks Grlgsby'a U'ji ilarch 1896, bo went out one morn-In- s Try a bottlo today. Satisfac9Ud found a pump stock and ost fastcitcd tKtrallel to each tion guaranteed. Ask J, 11. Williams, lD2y 2 feot uprt to three Hartford, Ky, mother about ' There was a wire loop .fcace Soard. For Sale. iaatenctl to each end with a loop rupr the center bo that It would hang Good far In Ohio county, near .jui.aa angle of about 45 decrees. Mr. Uarnette Crek church, ooatalnlng IOk joH that he hitched bis horses 129 acres, all iu cultivation except (0 ffefe loop and went don the road 0 acres. God dwetliig, barn cowrlag the right hand wheol track and all la ffcod repair. cante back over tho left baud Well wajpred aad In the ir belt. For this loveled the ruts, terms and particulars apply at thla jtmcK. .xacetfeed the surface and threw a ffice, jUtJlc loose dirt to th center of the 17tf. BARNBTT & SON, Areata. nn; rr.-a- "Hon-uHaJbJ- c" Of The Republican Many of you do your shopping with Levys, of Owensboro. Those of you who do appreciate the values they constantly give and have always found them just in every dealing. To those who do not know us we can merely say, that we give the most value we can for the least money and strive to please you from every point of view. ask your business only on the point of meriting your confidence through good We r'TMiiW WSmKm SCKX)93W,JLOp3AJ3A 3NI1 0NIH101)3HX .- ol WM 5 s " on aawj.nQJ, M t RUM nvaa nox ji JLVrU--'- K peo-ro&- treatment. Just at present we NEW JUITJ AND OVERCOATS "TAKE THE CAKE." THE BEjST LooM 6 IN THE WORLD WEAVE OUR CLoTHJ, ARTIJ- OUR TIC DE.SIdNERJ PLAN OUR MoDEL-5- , AND, THE BE.5T TAILoR S MADE .SUITES AND$ are conducting a sale C1l on Suits, Coats, Dresses, Skirts, Waists and Hats and this will offer you ai opportunity to test the Levy values while the price barrier is down. Our slogan is well known and OVERCOAT-5- . WE JLICE THE PRICE DOWN ' JU5T AS LOW AJ IS CoNJIJTENT WITH THE HI6H QUALITY. 5UY YoUR CLoTHE.5 TRpMUJ. YOU WILL LIKE THEM LOWELL THAT YOU WILL PATROHI2E EVERY DE- experl-wcavUm- trueread every ad that appears above it then you will surely PARTMENT or OUR EJTA5LIJHMENT, No MATTER WHAT YOU NEED. ciar Get Tk LEVY HABIT. It Pays. QARSON & CO: INCOMPOHATUb. - vr 1 gs v. mMtttt Hartford, Kentucky. A 4i 'I jTjT'iS"-'w- ' i immnmmiafri ,nijrimnnriiuxmttmnitU