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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r . r h LsJIttnB New Scries: Vol. 111 omtfain JUttm ftde OFFICIAL OKGAN OF THE RKPUBLICAN I CIRCULATION1 THIS WEEK I PARTY itf KNOX COUNTY Ill, No. 33. BARBOURVILLE, KY., FRIDAY, MAY 22, 1914, Old Scries: Vol VIII, No. 34. n. v .v !"7. "ft '4 It'-". H' ' - L&V- m m e v HON. CALEB POWERS, WHO WILL, ABOUT JUNE FIRST, MAKE HIS FORMAL ANNOUNCEMENT FOR RE-ELECTION FOR CONGRESS can- Owing to an agreement of Mr. Powers and Mr. Bosworth neither of them will announce until about this time. Mr. Powers willhc a didate whether Mr. Bosworth runs or not, but will withhold formal announcement until later under their agreement. y" VABE MARTIN WEDDING I'luitvjiiiftii i l vi (dl CARNIVAL RV u" .i. x-- i mw reserved soon at Costellos I 'rug Store, reserved seats 35 cents, general admission 25 cents, children under ten years of age 15 cents. WITH THE LODGES Ladies' Aid Postponed of the M. K.' with Mrs. .) afternoon ul of Friday as heretofore announced. , . ' '. r A lioine talent entertainment will be given in the Auditorium of Union College Friday night, May 29 191-t- , for the benefit of the Ladies' Aid ol theM. B. Church. Do not miss this opportunity ol seeing oue of the best home talent plays ever given here. A ruial wed- diug' with lots of funny characters. All the leading places of business represented by young ladies in costume. J)mrp of youb seat by having it mmtr NOTICE SONS OP VETERANS All sous The Ladies' Aid, Azulia Chapter No. 159. Order ol lturcli, will meet the Eastern Star meets every first niul third Friday evening at the i). Toggle Saturday Masonic Hall, members are urged to .'I o'clock, instead attend, Mrs. V. W. Tinsley. W. M., Myrtle Cole, Secretary. Delightful Entertainment or grandsons of I'liiou Soldiers are rei pies led to iwet upon The Sons of Veterans met Tucs Miss Klla Smith entertained the Court House Green Ht 10:00 day night and did quite u lot of wTlli u Sewing Party, on Weil- o'clock Sunday, Mav 2 th UU 1, mid business, among other things lliey uesday afternoon, from 2 to t march in a body with the Old appointed coiuiuittees to look filter in Honor of Mrs. Dan Talbot t, of Soldiers to (he UaptiiU Church the eutcrtaiuuieut ol the G. . W., Indianapolis, Indiana, where the Memorial Senium will he and Sons of Veteran on June tilth DulicinuH icus, cakes and mints preuclied, ) and lllh. .. went onjnyetl by Mesdameij. J. 1 Tuggle, L. W. Farmer, llen- Uottongim, G. A. Doad, .1. II. Lawson, 0. F. Kathfou, 0. Boury, 0. 1'. Konnedy, James Miller, J. Lynn (.iolden, 1). 0. Talbot t, W. R. Black; Misses Lucy Tinsley, Lila Hays, Bess Sawyers, Gertrude Black, .less Dickenson, Julia Kve, Lillio Albright, Annie 1). Albright. Mist. Kuth Hemphill assisted Miss Smith in serving. . ry I. Public Speaking lion. J. C. V. Iteekhnm will ad dress the Voters of Knox County' in the interest of his candidacy fori' Democratic Nomination for United States Senator, at the Court Houses in ltnrbourville, Ky., Mouduy, Mnv 25th, 1911, ut t o'clock, p. mfc liveryuoily invited, eeeially the i.auies. Hat bed wire cuts, ragged wounds; collar and harness nails Leal up. quickly when BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT is applied. It ill healiug and antiseptic. Price (253 5Ue and $1.00 per bottle. S . Frank Hnwu. . Sallow eouiplexionis due to a tor pid liver, llEUIIINB purities and strengthens the liver and bowels and restores the rosy bloom ol health to the cheek. Price 50c. Sold by J, Frank Hnwu. .a wrrj. ',-- ' ksjui?. jl 1 MjiJftibjL. imn KTVM :.:Li. ' -- UL J ' '' ' mm VtLi.iiH ' r THE MOUNTAIN IN ADVOCATE ' HUER TA peace mooting, which will bo opened Wednesday, It became clear that the conferDICTATOR REPORTED TO HAVE ence would deal not only with the "Tamplco Incident," but with the InINSTRUCTED ENVOYS TO ternal war ot Mexico, nnd thnt tho OFFER ABDICATION. establishment of peace, with perhaps a constitutionalist In the provisional presidency, although neither Cnrrania ASKS LARGE LOAN IN RETURN nor Villa, would bo tho chief object ot Demand Carranza Be Darred From MAY QUIT tltude to personal friend and depart1 ed for New York on the way to lh FIGHTING TAMPICQ'S OUTSKIRTS I tLiw. W? oSsr1-- ! UPvhMLm i wflBBi 1 wb4v .' - Sfl Ik. ? i Presidency; That He Help Name New Ruler; That U. S. Loan Mexico $400,000,000 Former Aid Flee. Vera Cruz. Mex., May JO. Gen Vic. t ,1 ft u f If L. L I Developments affecting foreign InAdvance trenches of the federals outsldo Tamplco repulsing an nttack terests are expected at Tamplco. At by tho constitutionalists. These soldiers and their mates finally were driven the instance of Chevalier W. L. F. C. from the city and fled to the south. government Van Itappard, minister of tile Nether-lan4. That the United States governInstructions were sent by the ment pay approximately $100,000,000 secretary of tho navy to Rear Admiral for the lease of Magdalena bay. Mayo at Tamplco to forward full In JAIL FOR LABOR MEN Washington. May 20. Despite tho formation In regard to a reported do- - S GHARTER many unofficial reports that Huerta Js mund of the constitutionalists there willing to resign, on certain conditions, for a "voluntary contribution" to tho U. S. COURT RULES AGAINST 24 this government has received nothing constitutionalists' cause. FORWARD A REPRESENTATIVES to substantiate them, aud, in fact, reIRON WORKERS. gards them with suspicion and as indiCERBANK INCORPORATION cating that the Mexican dictator is try- FOREST FIRES RAZE TOWN TIFICATE TO CAPITAL. ing to throw dust in the administraMen Directed to Surrender at Gov tion's eyes. Cause Big Lot In Michigan Flames ernment Penitentiary at LeavenRefugees Stand In River to It is positively known that neither AGENTS FROM FIVE STATES worth, Kan., Before June 6. mediaSave Lives. this government, the tors nor the Huerta representatives to Chlcugo, May 19. Frank M. Ityau, the peace parley at Niagara Falls Kscanaba. Mich., May 20. The en have received anything from Huerta tire village ot Alfred, 13 miles from Organization Committee at Washing- presdlortt of the International Associaindicating his intention of submitting Escanaba, was wiped out by fire on ton Expected to at Once Authorize tion of Ilridgo and Structural Iron any propositions which include his res- Sunday, not a building having been Contract To Be Operative on the Workers, and 19 other members of the organization must report June G to reignation. left standing. Refugees arriving here First of July. sume the service of their sentences In It Is definitely known also that tho brought the first news of the catasadministration believes Huerta will trophe. The Inhabitants were forced Chicago, May 20. Federal district lxavenworth penltcutlury for conspiracy to transport dynamite on pasnot resign, at least under circum- to drop everything and flee Into the reserve banks at eight cities were stances which will be acceptsd by the Escanaba river. Men, women and iiv the ulcnlne of the certifi senger trains. Tho explosive was used United States. children were forced to remain In the cates of Incorporation forwarded from to wreck bridges and buildings erected Or. Aurellano Urrutla, who was ice cold water for hours, until the the organization board at wasningiou by nonunion labor. once Huerta's most trusted counselor flames, having consumed everything In Monday. The United States circuit court of In the cabinet, and who as minister their path, swept on. Tho heat was There aro 12 districts, Chicago be- appeals issued a mandate ou Saturof the Interior Is popularly beltavcd to unbearable. The refugees stood in wa- ing number soven. Representatives of day that the serving of sentences must have been tho author ( many orders ter up to their necks, and oven were flvn Iii Hie Chicago districts met be resumed within threu weks for all for the disappearance ot the chief's forced to submerge their heads In or- at the Chicago clearing house nnd at but six of tho thirty members of the political enemies, arrived hero on Mon- der to provent being roasted. Exten- noon affixed their signatures to me association originally sentenced. day among the refugees from the cap- sive timber holdings of Senator Isaac certificates recently received by James Tho government opposed retrial of ital. Ho had fled from, ths wrath of Stephenson were wiped out. n. Korean, chairman of the clearing Richard 11. Houlihan of Chicago. WilThe village of Larch also has been house committee. Huerta. He presided nt the liam Ilernhardt of Cincinnati and Olaf Tvcltmoe of San Francisco, who will Doctor Urrutla said ho bad not been entirely destroyed, with a quantity of meeting. subjected to any overt act of hostility logs and lumber, aud the villago of When the certificates are roceivcu probably learn this week whether they by Huerta, but had decided that to re- Lattcrot with a population of 500 is at Washington the charters for tho will be granted new trials. This will main within reach ot the provisional surrounded by the flames. Men from federal district reserve banks will ue depend upon the decision based upon president was to court death. He had Kscanaba are trying to save It- Dig Issued. When the charter is received the oral arguments. been convinced of this by the testi- fires are raging at eight points within the federal reserve bank of Chicago The government offered no opposif a radius of 30 miles. mony of friends and by what he will perfect Its organization and elect tion to the retrials ordered for William Calumet, Mich., Mny 20. Bad forest Its officers. had seen. He declared he preJ. McCain of Kansas City, Jnines K. ferred to enter the American lines fires are raging In Keweenaw county Tim nrirnnizatlon made here is to be Hay of Peoria and Fred Sherman of Mile Point tho central bank for the seventh dis- Indianapolis. and trust to the hospitality of the and Lncalabello and Seven No date has been set American authorities In Vera Cruz. He and in Houghton county In Trap ltock trict, comprising the banks of fcr the hearings. was accompanied by his family and valley farming district at Chnssell and r Indiana anil Illinois, all of Sentences of from out-- to sevpn said he expected to remain hero indef- at Calumet. Tamarack fire department Iowa, the southern half of Wisconsin years must be nerved by the 20 men Is righting fire west of Tamarack. At and the lower peninsula of Michigan. initely. who wlil go to prison In June. They The former minister of tho Interior Chasscll considerable timber Is enThe banks In the Chicago district were convicted of conspiracy to transdeclared he had stolen away from the dangered, in South Ilango district aro to be divided Into three groups, port dynamite on passenger traln3 In capital In the same way as any other small tires are burning. each of which is to elect two directors. 1910 i.nd 1911. Involved in the rase fugitive. He had succeeded In eludOne of these men shall represent waH tho wrecking of the Iajb Angeles ing General Huerta's agents and arbunking and the other commercial In- Times cnildlng. FOUR FACED DEATH; SAVED rived within the American lines withWhen tht- - men affected by the manterests. out bis Identity being disclosed so far Three directors are to be designated date reach tho federal prison thera Members of Crew From Ship D- by the federal reserve board, one of wll! bn 24 Iron workers in as he knew. that peniestroyed by Fire Two Weeki Ago Vera Cruz, May 19. Activity of tentiary. whom is to bo chairman. Are Rescued by U. S. Vessel. Chicago reMexican forces beyond the American The management of the lines Increased during Sunday. Refuserve bank will bo In the hands of tho Halifax, N. S.. May 19. A brief COLORADO gees appeared within the American member bdnka through their directors, ASKS PEACE IN here on lines and declared that Mexican wireless message received by who In turn are subject to the superthe U. vision of the federal reserve boad. Wilson Informs Governor Amnions cavalry was approaching from the Sunday reports the finding of the United States Troops Cannot northeast. Tho refugees expressed S. revenue cutter, Seneca, Layand missOfficials who signed the certificate lino Be Used Indefinitely. the opinion that tho Mexicans were ing third lifeboat of the of organization for tho Chicago resteamship Columbian, which was gional reserve bank were James U. preparing to attack the city. Just Forgan. president of the First NaDeuver. Colo., May 19. President Herr Everbusch, German consul at destroyed by fire In Tamplco, was insulted by a rebel colo- two weeks ago Sunday night Of the tional bank; George M. Reynolds, pres- Wilson served warning on Governor nel, a member of General Caballero'a 16 men who scrambled over the side ident, nnd N. II. Loesch, cashier of the Amnions on Saturday that the state of staff, while attempting to arrange for of the liner Into the third boat only Continental & Commercial National Colorado must me prepared to mainthe departure of 140 refugees aboard four were alive. All tho others had hank nf Clilraeo: Kmorv Clark, presi tain peace In the coal mine strike disand tricts without federal aid. The presi the Hamburg-Americaliner Yplranga. succumbed to the terrlblo privations dent. W. J. Gray, to which they had een exposed. Is reported the captain of the GerIt Walter G. Nicholson, cashier, of the dent said federal troops would remain Hall-faThe Seneca Is now heading for man cruiser Dresden was prepared to First and Old National bank of De- In the troubled districts "only until with the survivors. Those alive land marines, if necessary, to obtain troit. Mich.: J. M. Mcintosh, president, the state of 'Colorado has tlmo and were the chief officer, two seamen and W. K. Sproule, and W. opportunity to resume complete sovthe release ot the fugitives. Arrangements had been made at a fireman. These men were in a ter J. Hogan, cashier, of tho National City ereignty and control." rible state ot exhaustion when picked bank of Indianapolis, Ind.; L. G. "I cannot conceive thnt the state Is Tamplco for the departure of the Ypand J. M. HayB, willing to forego her sovereignty or lranga, but later the rebel officers or- up by the Seneca. dered all the passengers off the vescashier, of the Wisconsin National to throw herself entirely upon the govsel. Thereupon the consul with an of- tpMSBssscssMgagcaaagB bank of Milwnukee, aud John M. Hugh, ernment of the United States," said ficer of the cruiser Dresden, went to t president, and H. A. Gooch, cashier! President Wilson, SPARKS FROM In respone, Governor Amnions telesee the rebel leaders. of the First National bank ot Sioux graphed the president pointing out THE WIRE German "This consul 8 City, la. makes me tired," said tho rebel colo- tffaggasaacraragsscgss Certificates of Incorporation of other that an extra session of the legislanel. regional reserve bunks were signed at ture, which adjourned on Saturday, May 16. Gazing San Francisco, The consul protested, whereupon has provided a $1,000,000 bond issue the following cities: to cover past and future expenses of the rebel repeated the Insult and wildly about her while standing on New York Dallas high cliff at Ilaker's beach, overtho reached for a weapon. General Cabal-lertho state mllltla. The governor exAtlanta St. Louis pressed confidence that as soon as Intervened nnd the departure of looking the sea, a young, beautiful un- Kansas City Richmond the ship was Anally arranged after the identified woman leaped over the preci- Minneapolis these funds are available the state pice into tho ocean 17S feet below. refugees had been held all night. It Is expected by the treasury off- will be able to control (he situation. It was believed tho rebels wanted The woman was handsomely gowned icials at Washington that the federal an excuse to seize the arms and am- and wore costly Jewels. reserve system with all of Its regional Auto Explodes; Man Killed. Washington, May 16. munition aboard the Yplranga. which President banks will bo In operation by July 1. Columbus, 0 May 19. Joseph, I), were not delivered to Huerta. Wilson has Issued an executive order Firestone, aged llfty.flve, malinger of Washington1, May 19. President reserving a tract of 230 acres of land Leaps In Front of Train to Death. the Columbus Auto Sales company, Huerta's elimination from power In In the Tongass national forest, Alaska, Grand Island, Neb., May 19. Jacob burned to death when u tank of his Mexico through his own delegates to designated as the "Klawak reserva- 11IU, local business man, deliberately automobile exploded. He was filling the mediation conference In Niagara tion" for th use of the federal bu- laid down In front of a Union Pacific the tank and It thought that 'he Falls was doomed a certainty after reau of education and the Klawuk In- transcontinental mall train uud was gasoline caught lire from a cigur he the delegates had explained their at I dians. killed. ' was smoking. him-seltwo-thlr.- u c n Hour-nlqulow-bre- d o 1 Mexican republic ou the following four conditions: 1. That General Carranza bo forever barred from ascending to the presidency. 2. That Hucrta may have a choice In naming the new ruler ot the republic. 3. That tho United States make an Immediate loan of between three hundred and fifty million and four hundred million dollars to tho Mexican torlnno Hucrta Is said to have sent word to his mediation delegates that Cruz with 3,000 men. Army officers he would resign tho presidency of the seriously doubted, however, that Nava-rett- the conferees. The chief military development of Sunday was a report from aenornl Funston that tho San Francisco bridge on tho Intcroclanlc railroad, 28 miles from Vera Cruz, had been destroyed by Mexican federals. General Funston reported rumors that General Navnrctto, Mexican commander, was In the vicinity of Vera e TiBW jSkz fi ,JiHfc ""H "wkfeBL f atKf ''S- - crisis. had so many troops. Although General Huerta has sent delegates to mediate, differences and they know tho viewpoint, there Is a possibility that hostilities may bo provoked at any time by tho federal troops near Vera Cruz, which may entangle tbo situation and force another StelU MayheW Is fat Just plain fat. This Is the term the hersalt, applies to her nvolrdupbla, without trying to disguise It oa "plump" or "tout," And ho doesn't mind Joking with herself about it. On a certain occasion sho was letting her audience Into a few of ier IN FOURTEEN COUNTIE8 OF THE secrets. UPPER PENINSULA OF "I hnvo tried , everything recomMICHIGAN. mended to reduce," sho admitted, "but I keep on getting fatter. Why, there Isn't n thing I read about, guaranteed Lumber Camps, With All Equipment, to tnko oft flesh, that I don't try." Are Wiped Out No Rain At this pauso a woman soatcd in I In Sight. the second row, who had mado herself conspicuous by several remarks during MIsb Miyhaw'slalk, Inquired: IVeitrrn Newspaper Union Newf Service. "Did you ever try poison?" SL Kscanaba, Mich. Forest fires are Louis 14 counties of the upper raging In penlnsuln. No lives so far have been FACE ITCHED AND BURNED. reported lost, buts uneasiness Is felt for homesteaders In the Interior of 383 No. Union St., Aurora, 111. "My some of the counties affected, particailment started with a llttlo pimple ularly In the vicinity of Kscanaba. Three lumber camps, with all equip- and It nlwnys Itched and burned terment, were burned nt Turner. A mil- ribly. I scratched it and in a few lion feet of logs were saved by the days my faco waa all coverd with fire fighters, however. Two camps nt sores. It ran up to my eyes and the Mnple Ridge also were binned. Dig day after I could not sco out of my fires aro burning near Heaver, 30 right eye. I was unable to' get any miles from here. The wind continues rest. I couldn't go to bed. being afraid of getting tho clothing all high, and no rain Is in sight. llecauso of Interrupted wire service soiled, although I had my race all but vague reports are coming from tho bandaged. "I waB given two Jars of salvo but Isolated sections of the upper peninsula. Ono report said that Iron River, It kept getting worso. It was someWis., a mining town, had been almost thing llko a running sore because wiped out entailing a loss of $500,000. every tlmo I used some ot tho salve This has not been confirmed. Drldgcs I had to wrap bandages around my on the South Shore railroad nt Saxon, neck to keep tho water and pus from running down my body. I wroto for a Wis., were burned. Urush fires between Phoenix and samplo of Cutlcurn Soap and OintKngle river are threatening tho latter ment and in a tow days I received washed my face with the town. The Qucllo lumber camps at these andSoap-ana put on somo Cutlcura Sever. Mile Point, Kcwenevv, were Ointment and tho next morning A shift of wind threatened my face felt cool and somewhat refarms In the Trap Rock Valley. In lieved. After using tho sample I HoughOtter Lake district, south of bought some Cutlcura Soap and Ointton, several farm houses were destroyment at tho drug store. I followed ed and tho farmers with their families days this treatment Just twenty-siforced to flee. Summer cottages at and after using ono cako of Cutlcura Twin Lakes were burned. Soap and two boxes of Cutlcura OintTho town of Bliss, near Petoskey, ment I was cured." (Signed) George Is In the path of the flames and seems Miller, Jan. 1, 1913. doomed. It has a population of 1,000. Cutlcura Soap and Ointment sold Uwytnie, with 3,000 Inhabitants, also throughout tho world. Sample of each Is threatened. Princeton, with 2,000 free.wlth 32-- Skin Doolc Address popt-car-d population, Is surrounded by flames. '"Cutlcura. Dept. L. Boston." Adv. FOREST FIRES Admit 8h It Fat ARE RAGING .: Cut!-cur- x Ilev. Ilascom Anthony, a j.rr tidSpokane, Wash. Three bandits, who ing elder ot the Methodist church in locked the cashier of the State Hank southern Georgia, tells a storV of a of Spangle, Wash., In the vault and negro pastor down his way who failed A escaped with between $1,000 and to give satisfaction to his flock. committee from tho congregation wait$."..000, were surrounded In the woods four miles from Waverly, Wash. They ed on him to request his resignation. "Look here!" demanded tho preachwere trailed by bloodhounds from "Whut's de trouble wld man Moscow, Idaho, obtained by a sheriff's er. Don't I argufy?" posse. O. W. Newlon, cashier, was preachln. "You sho' does, eldah," agreed th alone In the bank when the three men entered. They covered him with pis- spokesman. "Don't 1 'sputlfy concernln' do Scrip, tols and forced him Into the vault and lures?" locked him In. Tho robbers then lock"You sultliily docs." admitted the ed the front door, gathered Into a sack all of the money lu sight aud walked other. "Den what's wrong?" out the buck door. "Well, eldah," stated tbo bend ot tho committee, "hit's dls way: You argufies und you 'sputifles. but pu don't Evening show wherein!" Saturday Post. Corn New corn: No. 2 white 76 77c, No. 3 white 74074 No. 4 white 72'.073c, No. 2 yellow 72T74c; No. 3 yellow 73073Ue, No. 4 yellow 611 Ji 70e, No. 2 mixed 73073'ic, No. 3 mixed 714Er72Uc, No. 4 mixed 710 72',4c, mixed ear 76078c, white ear 76fi7.Sc, yellow ear 77fff7l)c. Hay No. 1 timothy $19.50, standard timothy $18.50, No. 2 timothy $17 17.00, No. 3 timothy $15.50, No. 1 clover mixed $17S17.50, No. 2 clover mixed $15015.50. No. 1 clover $10, No. 2 LOCK CASHIER IN VAULT. Fatal Defect 1 n o ' i b "vfr 'tc Credit Johnny Snaggs. bojs," said tho schoolrnabter, "I want ou to bear in mind that the word 'stnn' nt tho end of a word means 'the place of.' Thus wo have Afghanistan the place ot tho Afghans; also Hindustan the place ot tho Hindus. Can anyone give mo an".Vow, '." Cattle Shippers $7.50(1? 8.50; butch-e- r steers, extra $8.25 fS. 50, good to choice $18.104.22.168, common to fair $6 &7.15; heifers, extra $8.35ftS.50, good to choice $7.75 (ft s.25, common to fair $3.75Q7.50; cows, extra $6.75'7, good to choice $Gf('G. (.'.", eommoii to fair $3.75n.8.1; canners $3.504.EO. Hulls Dologna $U.R57.1U, extra $7.157.25, fat bulls $7W7.25. $11, fair to good $S.75 Calves & 10.75, common and large $0.50 10.50. Oats No. 2 white 43V44e, standard white 43ffl43U,e. No. 3 white 42'i 6'42ie, No. 4 white 40,ft42e, No. 2 mixed 4142c, No. 3 mixed 40441c. No. 4 mixed 37JI0c. Rye No. 2 C3(tf64eJ, No. 3 61T62c, No. 4 olffOlc. W'heatt-N- o. 2 red 99cg?$1.01. No. 3 red 97098V4c No. 4 red S6'JGc. Poultry liens, old 15c. do light 15c, roosters 9V&c, springers under lb, 3338c; springers, 1 to IVi lb, 23 30c; winter chickens, 24 lbs and under, 2U?25c; ducks, white, 4 lbs uud over, 10c; under 4 lbs, 10c; turkeys, toms, 15c; young, under 8 lbs, 1314c; hen turkeys, 9 lbs nnd over, 15c. Kggs Prime firsts $18?ic, firsts 17c, ordinary firsts 17c, seconds lB'.aC clover $14. Nobody nppeared very anxious to do so until little Johnny Snaggs, the Joy of his mother and the terror of tlio cats. Bald proudly: "Yes, sir, I can. Umbrellastan the place for umbrellas." LIVING ADVERTISEMENT Speak for Pottum. Glow of other example?" j t. 1M It requires no scientific training to discover whether coffee disagrees or not. Simply stopMt for a tlmo and uho Postum In placo of it, then note the beneficial effects. The truth will ap- - .. l'i pear. I',- - Hogs Selected heavy $S.70(iT8.75, good to choice packers nnd butchers $S.70e'8.75, mixed packers $8.G58.70, stags $4.75&7, common to choice heavy fat sowb $6Q7.90, extra $8, light shippers $8.50fi8.75. pigs (110 lbs and less) $6.50018.50. Clipped Sheep Kxtra $05.10, good to choice $4.60(f?,4.90, common to fair $3.2504.50. Clipped Lambs Kxtra $7.6507.75, good to cholco $7.25j?!7,G0, common to fair $5.7507. spring lambs $7ff'10.50. WIREH ATTACHED TOTELEPHONE Navy Work. Electricians working In the criminal courts bunding discovered copryr wires skillfully attached to the prH(ato telephone lino of District Attorney C. 8. Whitman. Investigation showed that tho wires led over ilio roof of tho building across Center street ind disappeared Into n third-floo- r room In a building on tbo oppo ilto ld. Wkethar the wires wore Mtacheif to a. telephonic device to be used In overhearing what went on in Mr, Whitman' office .could not at flri Je 'ascertained. '. "Six yenrs ago I was In a very bad condition," writes a Tcnn. lady. "I nervoussuffered from indigestion, ness and insomnia. "I was then nn luveterate coffee drinker, but It was long before I could be persuaded that it was coffee tbat hurt mo. Finally I decided to leave It off a few days and And out tbo truth. "The first morning I loft off coffee I bad a raging headache, so I decided I must have somothlug. to tako the place of coffee." (Tho headache was caused by tbo reaction ot the coffee ' drug caffeine.) "Having heard ot Postum through a friend who used It, I bought a package und' tried it. I did not like it at first but after I learned how to make ItJ right, according to directions on pkg, 1 would not change back to coffee fori I began to use Postum I weighed only 117 lbs. Now I weigh 170 and as I have not taken any tonlo In that time I can only attribute my present good health to the uso or Postum In place of coffeo. "My husband says I am a living advertisement for Postum." Name given by tho Postum Co., Dot-tl- o Creok, Mich. Postum now comes In two forms: Regular Postum must be well boiled. 15o and 25c packages, Instant Poitum Is a solublo pow-Je- r. A toaspoonful dissolves quickly In a coo ot hot water and, with creum and sugar, make a delicious borer-ag- e ") Vi'll 'Si '.A A! 'r V v.i ft J anything. "When v- . V & Burglars Hanged, New Westminster, II. C, May 18. Herman Ilchrens of San Uerdlno, Cal., and Frank Davis ot New Westminster, burglars, were hanged here for the murder of James Archibald, a police-naIn Vancouver, May 23. 1913, Killed. Germany, May 20. Lieut Itohde, who was flying as u passenger with Lieut. Kolbe, was killed when their monoplane was capsized by gusty winds. Lieut. Kolbo died of his Injuries. Frankfort-ou-the-Main- Two German Aviator , Four Children and Woman Drown. Minneapolis, May 20. Fivo persons wnro drowned In the Mississippi river In the northwestern part of tho city. The dead are: Mrs, Otto Justmunn uud her two children, uml two children of John C. Ilutkhuls, $000,000 Fire' Kills Man. Galveston, Tex., May 19. Fire destroyed u warehouse of tho Merchants & Planters Compress company, here, and damaged 11,000 bales of cotton. The loss Is estimated at $900,000. An unidentified man was killed. ..'f ,. Astor and Bride on Sea Trip, ' Wins St. Go"ge's Cup. Ohio Miners Will Strike. Now York, May 20. Vincent Astor. Zelle Emerson I Back Home. London, May 18. John Graham, Jr. Columbus. O.. May 20. The United much Improved lu health, has sailed Jaokson. Mich., May J9 SJolle 15m 'erf. ths Iloyat Liverpool Golf club, won Miners of Ohio Issued a gen from New York with Ids bride for a call for a erton, who has figured lu many suf(the St. George' cup at Sandwich, de- - eral strike throughout tho state. An sea pleating the stars of both England and nouncement was made also that heiio. short ... --trip. .iOn his yacht, tho .Nor frage escapades in EuglauU. hay re. u ' ,. ABWI ItftUJO JIWIU turned to tho borne of her mother, ' flta nt f nai. t (If ilAswica, ,.... i. t yi fiuv I nui ue paitk Ithlncbeck. ifhf." A ! '. ft. .i.. .. Tbo cost per cup of both Vtade about the same. .psi ivt c wrHHir Instsntly 30o and 50o Ur; n . ' I j J' . v nniii thM Vy, Or J 7. rjt. i' HELLO GIRLS FUNERAL OF JOHN C C. MAYO AT PAINTSVILLE ACT PROMPTED ASK MORE PAY TELEPHONE OPERATORS AT LEX. INQTON ALSO COMPLAIN OF TOO LONG HOURS. COMPANY REFUSES REQUESTS Girls Work Nine Hours a Day, Seven Days WeekWant to Have Sunday Off Once a Month. Union News Servler. Western N'ewtp-ipt- r ' Lexington, Ky Lexington Is threat-cnei- l with n strike, of the telephone girls, and (he public la nnxlously nwalt-Intho result of thu negotiations, which will, It Is hoped, avert a walkout. A commlttoo of tho operators of composed Misses Mary Wright, Callo Sulllyan nnd Mario Dalton havo presented a communication to Presi dent George S. Shanklln, of the Fay etto Homo Tolephono Co. In which tho grievances of tho telephouo girls wore set forth as follows: At present thcro la no arrangement whereby the operators aro given an opportunity to Sunday as a, day of rest. We aro working nine hours each day, seven days a, week and aro only allowed to tako a day off whon unable to work by reason of sickness. Wo respectfully submit that the forco at present by your company Is too smploycd small to handle tho daily Increasing business of tho exchange. Please remember that wo aro human and, tho Instruments e serve, can not go too rapid a paco without Incurring tho danger of a nervous breakdown. Wo ask that the company employ more operators to rellove tho great strain duo to an Insufficient number of operators. "Wo desire to call your attention to the unjust partiality and discrimination shown by thoso In chiirgo of certain of the operators. g o un-llk- o President Frost of Berea college, la DE LA BARRA TO tho Quarterly Issued by that useful i institution, makes some extremely in They go BY SENTIMENT! I teresting statements. frequently far to-SUCCEED HUERTAi nam coniirmwg me nenni HiBcriinn inai mo purest Aiigiossaxoa stock In this (ountry Is to be found In the Dictator Summons Former ProFRANKFORT BANKER VILL RE- - nttrt mountainous districts of Kentucky Tlntinaanu Lma U' s i tniUUllt iii In the lliml.lnnt IIUDV iIa. DEEM MAY ISSUE CONFEDERvisional Head From France thirty-fivcliirea that counties ATE PENSION WARRANTS. of Eastern Kentucky there nre to bo to Take Presidency. found but 2,000 foreigners and 13,000 negroes In a total population of !u hlx counties only nre thcro SAVED FROM PENSION SHARKS mire than 100 foreigners, and In six- URRUTIA FLEES TO SAFETY teen counties there are less than ten In only five counties do the negroes Instructions Accompany Each War- exceed 1,000, and In twelve counties Taken Aboard German Ship Under there are less than 100. rant Mailed By State Treasurer Guard of U. 8. Troops Dictator Thcso are extremelj Interesting Syndicate After Coal Leases. Drives Envoy of Pope From figures They relate to a section of City of Mexico. the country whlrh President Frost. , ' ran-e CGI,-88- 1 v Old English Stock In Kentucky. fB ft s I W I MINIMUM SALARY $40 Oldham County School Authorities Take Action Raising Salary Scale. Legrange, Ky. All $35 positions In Oldham connty schools wero abolish-at a Joint meeting of the county board of education and the Lagrange board held here, and the minimum salary raised to 140 a month. It was decided, too, that only teachers holding first or second-clas- s certificates should bo eligible for positions. The term this year Till be of seven months. W. L. Dawson, of Westminster. Md., was elected superintendent Mr. Dawson for tho coming year holds an A. B. degree from Wesloyan ' university, and taught for four years each at Paris and Campbellsburg SOLD PLEDGED TOBACCO. Hopklnsvtlle, Ky. Damages ranging from $75 to $525 are asked in ten suits filed hero by tho Planters' Protective association of Kentucky nnd Tennos-ne- e who aro charged with selling their after having pledged It to tho It Is claimed that the parties sued, W. N. Taylor, W W D. Martin. S. H. King, W. M. Kmbry, J. P. Thwoate, Mark Clark, E E. Lacey, W. A. Senclcy, J. H. Meachem and 0. L. Barnes, signed an irrevocable contract employing tho association to handle and sell their tobacco grown In 1913, against Christian county farmers, and that this contract stipulated that the association was to recelvo 110.50 per hundred pounds as damages should tho tobacco be sold through other channels. Tho claims aro made on this basis. Several other suits of tho same naturo probably will be filed. REPEAL OF LAW WANTED. '. Loulsvlllo, Ky. Repeal of the existing ftro Insurance laws In Kentucky was urged at tho annual meeting' of tho Kentucky Stato association of local fire Insurance agents, which was hold at The Seel-bacwith probably 100 members present from various sections of tho state. Thomas C. Tlmberlake, of Louisville, president, called tho meeting to order. STREET3 IN PRIME CONDITION. Lagrange, Ky. Lagrange has about finished work on tho crossings that wore ordered built several weeks ago, and Main street has been given a coat of crushed rock and thou rolled, making a bard, smooth roadbed. All streets and sidewalks aro now In good con 'dition. TODD CO. TEACHERS' INSTITUTE. s7 rv V Elkton, Ky. Tho date of tho Todd f'nlllilv Trt.lphnra Inatltiito hnu hon changed from July 20 to August 3. Tho change waa inado because of the fact that tho Todd circuit court will bo In srfflon tho week of July 20. KEEPS ITS ONLY POSTMASTER. Over-street, r Nlcholasville, Ky. John W. who hag been postmaster at Little Hickman since tho postoOlco was opened tbero In 1877, has been reappointed. ite HUNQARIAN QUAIL RELEA ED. Danville, Ky. J. M, Bailey, ianie warden of Doyle county, has rcct red tenk pair of Hungarian quail, wtjch liberated upou varlcbi i havo been rm.v .. using a phrase, culls a suVera Cruz, May 20. Mexican newsper rural district, meaning thereby papers Iu Vera Cruz announced that that the Inhabitants live In remote Francisco de la llarra had been Five Frankfort, K hundred locations where communication Is Inwarrants, amounting to $10u,000, by President Uuorta from frequent. Here the original Engllth and l,7!i0 checks nt $.".() each were Franco to become his successor. They mailed by Stato Treasurer Hhea to and Scotch settlers havo reproduced that tht- - announcement Is basod their kind generation after generation stato"reliable advices from Mexico Confederate, veterans. on It Is said by Investigators that many City." Do la llarra has served as proof thc m,lcl1tnt Kn?Il,,!lb8",,18 nrf has C8PI,.I ninkfort Corre,pn,trnce.) original visional president of Mexico and dippractically prercrved held high positions in official aud rrankfort. K -B- ecause ho wished, f(jrm n p K(,IItucky mollntaln, Photo taken during the funeral of John C. C. Mayo at Palntsvllle, Ky,. The to save his old comrades In arum from lomatic corps church was erected through the generosity of Mr. Mayo and his the hands of pension "shavers," C. U. That the coils are tightening around former residence Is shown to the left of the picture. Hoge, president of the Stato National nrlef in Text Book Case. Hucrta was learned from two sources. Dr Aurellano Vrrutla, Huerta's former Bank, of Frankfort, has volunteered ,n ,. hr. , ,,. ... .h of . to redeem at their face value tho May peals In the suit brought by A. J. minister of the Interior, said that h MAYO IS LAID TO REST CHURCH CONVENTION Issue of Confederate pension warrants, Carroll, of Louisville, and Ilazelrlgg expectod a "great crash" lu Uiu capital sont out by State & ilazelrlgg, of Frankfort, attorneys within eight days and local papers reFuneral Orators Pay Tribute to Dead Excellent Program For Tenth Annual which have been S. Treasurer Thomas Shea. Tho Issue fnp nn tit th hnnk rnnrorna. In thfl ceived advlees stating that Husrta'a District Convention Carried Out. Man's Virtues Mourners From aggregates more than $100,000 ,T!je name of Andy Bowman, of Fayette personal bodyguard hod mutinied Near and Far. The members of the bodyguard were Richmond, Ky. Tho tenth annual quarterly distribution of $30 will be county, against State Superintendent paid In checks from the state treas- Hamlett and Attorney General Gar known as the national palacp lancers Palntsvllle, Ky. John C. C. Mayo, district convention of the Christian ury; but thosa who have been added nett, In which the new state textbook The organization was affeeted a yar first cltlren nt the hills, steeps among churches was In session here for a two to thc pension Hat since the February commission law Is at Issue, arguments ago. Thc lancers refused to go north the mountains from which ho sprang. days' meeting. The program for tho distribution will draw back pay at the are advanced In favor of declaring th to llijht the rebels and were either arTho men of Palntsvllle by whose side occasion was as follows: took to flight Following tho reports of the various rate of $10 the month from thc date law unconstitutional because "tht rested or Marques, a Spaniard who he had walked In Ufa laid him near Senor own In death. Stato ofTlclals and branches of the association, Mrs. of their application, some of them title whn read In connection with tht drilled them, escaped from the capital their politicians, remembering that he was Louis Loos Campbell spoke on "Our drawing pay from July. 1U12. when the D0(ly of ,be act TioIatos Secton 51, on a train wearing the garb of a poon. e Conservation of the law went Into effect. Warrants will of ,hf, COI18tltutlon; tne eg8atlve a power In their world, came to do his New Plans." MI believe that eight days will not . issued to them. - . -- m ,ho firnf fnnr young women for Christian service, by memory honor; capitalists and capTho pension warrants have been ' classes cannot be clearly ascertained; pass before terrible things are wit- . tains of Industry likewise attended tho Mrs. C. A. Thomas, and "Message," nessed In the capital," said Dr. Urni-tlalast rites over the man who had been by Mrs. Elllo K. Payne, national sec- mailed to thc pensioners. Accompany- the act imposes conditions Impossible "If Husrta and those attaining ing each warrant were Instructions to of fulfillment by tho great majority of a leader among them, nut for this it retary of Young People's Work, and power with hlra will retire the nation was Palntsvlllc's burial of her own. It Mrs. Walden, state secretary of Young the pensioner to present the warrant publishers of textbooks, and thereby will b saved " at his local bank and Inform the bank- unreasonably restricts the bidding for was In Johnson county that ho spent People's Work. te German Ship. Urrutla F1 "Children's Missionary Training," ers that the State National Bank at furnishing books for use in the comthe cycle of his days, and now that Dr UrruMa later fled to the German Mrs. John Arnold; "Tholr Programs," Frankfort will tako tho warrant at its mon schools of Kentucky." those days vvero done the hands that liner Ypiranga under guard of Ameripensionway value. In first clasped his own In youth wero tho Mrs. Clcll Williams; "Mission Study face will receive this full tho can soldiers to escape assassination at ers amount of the ones that laid him in tho sopulchro on Class," H. M. Saxby, D. W. Walker, F the hands of Mexicans who hold him their pension at onco by presenting Applicants For Attorneyship. M. Tinder and A. H. Baugh. the hill. The department of Justice stated responsible for the murder of relatives W. C. Bower and H. W. Elliott will them at their local banks Trains from Loulsvlllo and Cincinthat the following are applicants for or friends at the capital Urrutla came nati brought friends and associates In talk on the "The Call of Kentucky" the position of United States district hero from Mexico City to escape exemany walks of life, each little station "Bible Study and Prayer," A. H, (353,993 in Premiums Over Losses. attorney at Louisville, which office Is cution by Huerta, who has turned Baugh; "The Business of the King' along the road augmenting tho caraFigures on fllo In the office of tho against him, and In thc afternoon he van. Tho last train to arrive before dom," J. S. Hilton; "In Buslnoss For stato rating board show that In the to be filled shortly William Foster, was mobbed by Mexicans who thrleked Princeton, Samuel II. Crossland, the funeral was a special from the tho Lord," H. S. Saxby; "Tho Bible last twenty years the people of FrankJohn C Duffy, Hopklnsville; for his death Kast bearing Senator Clarence Wat- School, an Adjunct," G. W. Nutter; fort hnve paid In fire Insurance premiHuerta Banishes Archbishop. W A. Hugh B Fleece, Louisville; ; son, of West Virginia, and a party of "The School of Methods," W. E. comums $833,998 more than the Archbishop Mora y del Rio was driv"Christian Education," Dr It. II. panies paid back in losses. The total Helm, Morgantown; John G. Miller, en out of Mexico City by Provisional financiers making a tour of the mining Paducah; Glbney O. Letcher, Henderregion of Kentucky and West Virginia. Crossfleld, Lexington, Ky. amount of premiums paid was son, and Wesley V. Perry, Uussell-vllle- . President Hucrta, according to inforAmong the prominent visitors were and the losses for the twenty John G. Miller, however, Is mation received here. The archbishop, Gov. James B. McCreary, Attorney years aggregated $689,771. From 1891 over CO jears of age, so his applica- the story sajs, sought nn interview TWO ORATORS ANNOUNCED. General Garnctt, Secretary of State to 1S98, Inclusive, premiums aggreby the depart- with Huerta, which at first was reNlcholasvllle, Ky. At a meeting of gated $271,326, and losses $231,282, a tion will be rejected Crccelltis, Stato Auditor Bosworth, fused, but later accorded upon the repment Congressman Langley, Claud Terrell, John Morgan chapter, U. D C, tho difference of only $37,042. For the resentation that the churchman had a spcakor of tho house at tho last ses- program for Decoration day, June 3, next five years tho premiums amountcommunication from the pope. The sion of tho general assembly; former was arranged. Ben Lee Hardin, of ed to $318,592 und tho losses to ? said, proved to Land Tax Rates Raised. communication. It Beckham, Presldon Henry S. Bar- Harrodsburg, will make tho address Gov. For the a difference of $185,802 The State Board of Equalization, be a suggestion that Huerta resign. ker, of Stato University at Lexington; Wood Dunlap, of Lexington, and King next five jears the premiums amount' has increased the assessments of The president seemed to tako this adState Democratic Chairman Vanzant, Swope, of Danville, will speak at the cd to $41S,815 aud losses amounted to lamJs In Shelby county S per cent and vice dlspas3lonatel), making no reply. Senator Clarenco Watson, of West Vir- National cemetery. Camp Nelson, Dec $13iJ,03C, a difference of I2S2.879. For of lands iu Spencer county 12 per On the following day. however, a mesginia, and sovcral state senators and oration day, May 30. senger came to thc archbishop with a tho five years, Including 1913, tho pre- cent. representatives. warning from Huerta that ho would do miums amounted to $535,039 and thc NEW P. M. FOR MAYSVILLE. r of well to leave the country losses to $180,CC;, a difference j $34S,373. Private Parks Is Dead. SETTLE WAGE SCALE F. Kehoe, who Maysvllle, Ky. Mark All hope that Private Samuel Parks, was appointed postmaster of this city the American soldier who wandered U. S. Attorney. Miners Waive Contention1 In Matter by President Wilson, has received his Slattery lines, had esInto Strict enforcement of the child la- capedthe Mexican federal of Weighing Methods. commission nnd will enter upon his Thomas D. Slattery, of Maysvllle, death was destroed hero. The duties as soon as the onlce can be who this week was appointed United bor law, which will go Into effect next two hordes which Parks had with him Louisville, Ky. Waiving their con- turned over to him, which will ho States Attorney for the Eastern Dis- month. Is promised by J. W Newman, when he disappeared were returned to of agriculture, labor tention that tho operators bbould not about June 1. He is tho first Demo- trict of Kentucky, vice Edwin P. Mor- commissioner tho American forces without explanaassume tho right to change, their cratic postmaster this ciy had had la row, resigned, will take charge of his and statistics, who is making ar- tion as to Parks Tho horses belong 1. Slattery rangements for putting the act into to Lieut. Col. Elmore F Taggart of oflice at Covington June methods of weighing coal during the sixteen years. Iu first, second and third existence of any wage scalo agreeIsn't a victim of the "thirteen Jlux." operation Twenty-eightInfantry. They the tho sent by train from the federal ment, the miners of tho Western KenIn fact, 13 Is a lucky number for him. class cities children between ROAD IMPROVEMENT SURVEY. were 11 and 16 In order to secure tucky flold agreed to operator's proHe Is tho thirteenth son of his father. ages of headquarters at Soledad posal amended a bit during the meetBowling Green, Ky. Of the 450 and he Is a pretty husky, healthy In a permit to quit school, must be able Mexican Envoys Arrive. ings which have been In progress for miles which were traversed by the dividual with hundreds of friends. He to read and wrlto and show that International Mediation HeadquarIn arithmetic some weeks past between the miners road survey party which spent last Is a graduate of "Old Center" college they have advanced ters, Clifton Hotel, Niagara Falls, Onand operators. This announcement week In Warrent county, 142 miles of at Danville, and has been practicing as far as common fractions; they tario, May 10 Canadian customs regumust present to the school superin- lations were waived for the benefit of 20 years at Mavsvllle. was made by Judge W. A. Wlckllffo, road wero carefully surveyed and law for tendent a certificate of employment of the operutors. envoys who are for Immediate construcsigned by their employers, who Is re- the tion In the evont of the successful Is- Examiners Are Appointed. trying to patch up peace In Mexico. quired, when tho emplojment ceases, sue of the bond election. Tho baggage of Ambassador da Gama K. OF P. FAIR BUYS GROUND. Gov. McCreary has appointed the to notlf) the superintendent. Girls for tinder IS and bojs under 14 are for- and Minister Naon were passed withfollowing board of examiners Similar action will be Mary Alexander, bidden street emplojment or the sell- out Inspection Nlcholasvllle, Ky. The Knights of trained nurses taken In respect to Minister Suarez of Pythias Fair association has leased BLUE GRASS BRIEFS Ixmlsvlllo; Harriett Cloek, LeIugton; ing and delivery of papers, and bo Mrs Ella over 14 may work only between the Brazil the only mediator yet to arfrom Mrs. G. W. Stanley a Bluegrass Flora Keen. Fianklln; rive. Sophia hours of 6 a. m. aud S p. m. woodlawn n short distance from the Green Davis, Owenshoro; Palntsvllle, Ky. Many prominent Both the envojs here said that they W. It. Ulce, of city limits, for a porlod of ten years, Kentucklans wero present at tho fu- Stelnhauer, Dayton expected little would bo done at and will begin at once the erection of neral services of John C. C. Mavo last Louisville, and W U. Mvcrs, of CoTho State Sinking Fund CommisWednesday's conference. The real an amphitheater and other buildings week. Dr. U. G. Foote, pastor of tho lumbia, w.ro appointed by Gov. sioners hold a long conference here Attorney-Clonora- l Gnrnett, with expert accountants in regard to wurk will begin on Thursday. Ambasupon tho ground. and Tho fair will bo Methodist Temple, Loulsvlllo, sador Da Gama went for an automoExas a State held this year from August 25 to 27 the Installation of a uniform account bile ride and Minister Naon followed the funeral services. Majo's respectively, chauffeurs. Bo.ud of Inclusive. aminers for lug sstem. hut the contract was not later, taking his eleven- - ear-olvast fortuno of $20,000,000 Is to be son, lot, as one bidder was not present. Dr. Humolo. with hi in placed In the hands of a board of Assessment Changes. G. I'urks. Washington; Goodloe & I. trustees. APPOINTED DENTAL SURGEON. U. S. Envoys Are Off to Parley. The state board of equalization In- Mcldrum, of Louisville: Charles H Washington. May 20. As spokesKy. Elder John S. creased the assessments of Oldham Wtuuel, of Cincinnati. Willlson Ault men for tho Uulted States to the meLexington, Nlcholasvllle, Ky. Dr. It. U. Clark, S per cent on Co , of Clarksburg. W. Va.. and Perlne n young dontlst, has been appointed a Shouse, 73 jears old, one of the aud Metcalfe countleu diation conference which will seek to dental surgeon In the United States founders of tho Midway Orphan lands, but lot the assessments of & NUiiolo. of New York, are bidders settle the differences between this most widely Marlon und Nelson counties Maud. Estimates on the time It will requite government aud General Huerta and army. Dr. Clark came hero from School nnd one of the Paris, Ky., about two years ugo, anil known ministers in tho Christian The board Increased the assessment to install the svstem make the cost to establish peace In Mexico, Associate. has built up a good practice. Hd Is a church In Kentucky, died last week. of Larue county 10 per lent on faun rang.' from $1,600 to $10,000 Justice Uuuar, former Solicitor Genlands; Hurdlu county 10 per cent on graduate of thu Loulsvlllo Collego of eral Lehmann and II. Perclval Dodge, lauds, and Hart count) 5 per The Stato Board of Valuations and socretar) to the commission, Frankfort, Ky. Tho court of ap- farm Duntlstrj. left pals haB decided that the law provid- sent on farm lands. Assessment havo assessed banks and Washington for Niagara Falls, Out. ing for tho commitment of felons trust companies nnd life Insurance The departure of the American WORK BEGUN ON BUILDING. companies chartered In Kentucky at under 21 years of age to th houses Bank Assessments Fixed. was without any formaliof reform is void. Jho Stat" Hoard n Valuation and 80 per cent of the total valuo of thetr ties bo)ond the presence of several Danville, Ky. Work has begun on profits aud olllclals to bid them good-bKkCssuient fixed the assessment of capital, surplus, undivided and suctho $80,000 chapel and dormitory beLouisville, K). I. T. Woodson has tho capital btocK of banks and trubt other assets Taxes ou theto assess- - cess to their mission. Justice Lamar ' ing erected by tho Kentucky Collego been appo nted n colonel on Gov. companies at 80 per cunt of Its cash ments are due aud payable on or be- aud Mr Lehmann chatted with their for Women. staff. alue for taxation purposes. fore Jul) 1 frlunds, expressing a hopeful view, and thon boarded their private car, atFATHER OF NINETEEN DIES. MISSIONARIES TO MALAY. to Test Constitutionality. tached to tho regular Lehigh Valley The constitutionality of the (ireono Get Fraternal Insurance. train With them In tho car are their Cadis, Ky. Mr. aud Mrs. Hoy Central City, Ky The Rev. Joseph Affirming tho Judgment of the Trigg staff of secretaries and stenographers lilenu Insurance act giving the Mute II. Hajcs, a. pioneer resident of the who sailed recently from San rating board power to togulate lire In- circuit court In tho caso of the Sov- aud sev ernl press representatives. county, and for tho last ten years a Fianclsco for Singapore, Mulay Penin- surance rates Is to be attacked b) the ereign Camp, Woodmen of tho World, To Keep In Touch With Wilson. resident of Central City, died of tu- sula, vvhero they go as missionaries, Insurance companies opposing Its en- against Mrs I.Uzle A. I.audruui, thu Before leaving the commissioners berculosis. Ho was a retired minister have muuy relatives In Cadiz aud forcement Former Chief Justice E. appellate court held that this society completed arrangements to keep in of tho Northern Methodist church and Trigg county. Mr, Mcrshon was born V O'ltear has been vmplovod to bring must pa) to Mrs. Laudrum and her close touch with the White House and an old soldier. Ho was tho father in this county and Is a nephew of tho suit to prevent Us enforcement. sisters $1,000 due on a certificate Is- stato department on tho various stages of nineteen children, only nvo of John J Jefferson nnd Mrs. V. P. Bur-ro- He has hoeu In conference with Attor- sued to their brother, Alfred Wallls. of development at the conference. whom uro living, he having burled of this place. Ho is also a uephovv ney General Gnrnett to agree ou a Tho sisters were the beneficiaries). They refused, however, to discuss' ten after (hey had reached manhood of tho wife of thu Hev. James I. dato to Institute tbe action. The o contained a clause their mission or the Instructions ther H The certificate and womanhood, aud four as small Klchardson, a member of the Louisof the suit at this tlnio is to get making it null and void it the holders had received In their cotiforeace wUtoj Children. He. U survived by his ville Methodist Conference, who is a. construction of the act by the court of it came to his death by bis own President Wilson. ' , now stationed at Lafayette. wife. btlo sane or Insane, hand ppals. , B ! MONEY FOR KY. VETERANS. sum-tnoui l ' ' 1 nr. ' , in-b- 'I n- M Fra-zee- V 1.12.-79- 1 CAPITOL GOSSIP 4 h j Latln-Amrrica.- i S v d J , i i i 'i .1 Mer-sho- n, w pur-pos- i " ' , Jl tjtffiKffSsijilfcK, ... v V j.ifcia1.-..- .' r " jA-- if .. I JI - . it &t . . .. 4 . . W 4k ' t. If i r v THB'IIOuNTMY JMKft AT ... BMirnnnHmtMMMM4HMaMM I "" 111 " i'li'L1 'j e imm-- - m nn W' m TKfc . MMMMjM kowaw ,AYoe&ru rrr Anto Tires 1 PREMIER "Non-Ponclore- rUBUSIIRM KVKhY FUIDA BAIinOl UVIU.K.KhNK W. H. iMcDo.nw.i. VW " Kiiiitm AM I'.mroi Y.O. McD.mti., Guaranteed 7,500 Miles Service Throe tlren bear the jjrentcot known mileage guarantee, jet are sold nt a price even less limn tire of ordinary guarantee. Thi guarantee covers ptiuct tires, blow-out- s and genrml wear. Guarantee covers 7,fi00 niilci service ngniint everything except nbiKe. rhee tires are intended lor most severe service. Orders have been received lor these tires for use in the LJiiited States (lovemment Service. Asn SI'BCIAU INTRODUCTORY ofler, we will nllow the following prices for the next ten days TIRES-TUBE- Entered n Hmmil KIhm MMlIrr I'tlHtmry id HHrtwHirtlHo, in, lwii n! Hie lwlm tfy., tinder Act itf CirtMt'rm rf Miirvh a, I Ono Dollar Per Ymtr in Advance The Oftlcl.il Oru.iii or I In- - &' WiE l.'t iitll .in Party In Knox ( ounly. wvl.jflHB!liHmisV 3B" '111 &l w JlflfaiisDnnk JldJomatis PIETAL SHINGLES Arc Stormproof Oh, What Shall , g The Future lie? Tlio ikiih of lln t i ttif ari' clmiiRiiiK, tint we look Mlii in'"-inlii'iirtM tiiul imii'li IkmIimiiiumI Pi'OH, '" &.,$ dJlto s4PrlF'iiBiKflH ' f ''PS w JajT They Interlock and overlap In such a way that the hardest driving rain or sifting snow cannot possibly get under them. liesidea this they last Indefinitely, and never need repairs. Another point They're very reasonable In first cost. You can Uarn all ubout them from J. H. BLACKBURN, Barbourvllle, Kentucky. Is " dKusY tBBBivw r tryniK tt turo, sci'iiiK tlml tlipprtsi'iit Al miimtrntinn lm ukfii tlie Tur-ifi'oll'- rtlnuiniit the fn ery Hung", S Tire $ 91'0 10.25 13 GO Mttno of Hio 28x3 00x3 30x3Mr 32x3Vd that we, tin people of I lit I mt-e- l Stales jinnliu'e, anil Imvo lot the foriner in npnn ii with ellPMtl IMUU. llltti'.r . Hf f 3x3V( ' 105 I'.I.'.'O K) 3 80 3.90 G 00 3rxtt 5.10 3GUi 5 15 37x4' .17x5 50 s All other sizes: 20 per cent extra. 5 per cent discount if HON. JOE F. BOSWORTH payment in full nccompnmes order lUisWorth, Kentucky's Good Road Ad-ii- u and il two are so ordered, shipping slnK s ii it i .bt tt d legislation in the Kentucky Legislature charges will be paid by us. C. O. D. ncute, vv li and we carried money in oui will mik Mitepa half I lie vast of roadbmlding in the on 15 percent of amount of order. pocket to pay foi the meat, now keenly igorously good Ucitinkx, i a candidate for the Republican Nomina- Our output is limited, so vve sugMountains we carry our money in a basket, t'onjiit s iroin tbi tho,Kleventh District and will make his gest early ordering. We sell direct tion toi -- quenching to pay for the meat, and bring delicious. only, giving purchaser the advantormal announce. uent within the next few days." the meat home m our pocket. tage of all middlemen's profits. Kvery thni; has gone to the bowrefreshing. RCLINCRS wow, ee out wives, Fiteis, IMPORTANT TO Use our famous reliners, they mothers and daughters, once of eliminate blow outs and 90 national beverage they could allord to put lifteen many punctures besides giving yards of cloth in one dress, and thousand more miles service to M m ADVOCATE. t now they are o scant of cloth, On the 12th day of May the each tire. When in your tires you and the pool girls skirts are so Great Council of Kedmen of Ken- ride without worry or tire troubles. Demand the genuine by full name aBEaffljPjV narrow that they can't get on u Poultry Keepers Should tucky, met in the city of Richmond, For all 3 inch tires .. .. $1.95 Nickname encourage aubiotutioa. aw aWiffl3'Xif car, tney cannot step over a and they were well taken care of, For all 3V$ inch tires .. .. $2 20 Sell, Kill or Confine brick without falling, or expos Richmond doing her best, and that For all inch tires . .. $2.G0 iiifj their unklex, some of which The "Rooster" Be- COMPANY THE COCA-COLever) one thnt attended was well For all V2 inch tires .. .. $2.75 are of the poorest quality and Whenever pleased, is certainly sure. tfinninifJMay23. Atlanta, C. .. .. $2.90 all 5 inch tires For Jm'Uaiii&M vou tee oa "dimentions, iUxi their dresnet-noThe meeting for the opening ex- For all 5 inch tires .. .. $3.00 Arrow think 19J1. coht more than the mw of Coca. Colt. ercises was largely attended, and 1 IRE TACT0RY r that had the greater auiount ot was very interesting After the open Uc publish below a eoiuiniiuica-tioDAYTON. - . - OHIO. clot n in them, which cost less. exercises at the Opera House, , from Mr Mate Agent ing l.nnk iii;:un at the tdioen. they the Great Council lire was kindled HOW TO GET STRENGTH wear, they used to wear shoes in I'nultrv lnl Work: CHILDREN'S GOLDS m due form, with Chas. Davis of Heroine roosters are allowed to that a j) nr of them would eon Special after any sickness is purely a matter of this city, presiding. run with laving liens during warm nourishment, whether the attack siiine a w hole eon hide and had The election of oflicers was held Guaranteed Wcjr-UvTR EflTEDEXTERNALLY an ordinary cold or severe illness; was the llovlcrv I'or weather $l.i,Ulll,0tm worth ot e?gs soles on them one tourth inch weakened forces cannot repulse disease t lit- Men and Women nrst (lav, vviiicli resulted as are lost to the tanner, tlirougliout' is why a relapse Is so thick, now they can get only Don't dose the little stomachs with germs, and this chrome weakness often '.idles Spccl.il Otter follows: Great Sachem. Win. A, often fatal or why Injurious medicines I enough leather to cover their the United Males e.'nb w.ii, run Keller, of Louisville; Great Senior For a Limited Time Only-- Six follows tlckness. most of litis loss otvitrs during Restoring strength to millions of people of our finest 35e value ladies' toes, an i i it is the room bonis-vtllin la applied externally to the throat and for forty years has proven the real need njMist lor tilts Sagamore, llrnrv C Ynnger, tinc. Jtilv sifui the shoe usually bought for tin' chest; the body Great umnr Sagamore, John guaranteed hose in black, tan or antiseptic vapors heat releases soothing for taking; Scott's Emulsion after any nothing which are number 7 loot that back in the reason raisrrs of poultry are eir- P. 'sexton, Ritliuiiiiid, Great Pro white colors with written guaran- rectly to the affected parts. Inhaled di-Is sickness; nothing equals it medians! Relief compares with it. Its pure, nes'lly nsktd .inil mgeil in kill or almost Immediate. The worst cold Is nourishment, free from alcohol or opiates, good old day it would not hne phet, Ch.is li.ivis, llarbovrville; tee, for $1,00 and 10c for postage, cured overnight croup In IB minutes. promptly creates rich Wood, strengthens At all drusKlsts. 25c. 60c and 1100. made a decent shoe tor the baby. sell all nmtnnil in iko or routine i ileal Chut ot Rounds, . Maie etc. Liberal sample mailed on request. Vlck the nerves and luugs to avert tuherculoais. iliem in pens h.iv from the lading C'liemUal Co, Ureeiisboro, N. C men special ofrni roit llolsner, Louisville; Great Keeper ol during the Rummer. 1'ggs For a limited time nnlv, six pairs Big Muddle Settled that nre laid liv hrtis not mated Wampum, T. Wade Straton, Crom- of our finest 35e value GiHNANTl.nu well, Great Representatives, Chas ire sterile or infrrtilr, mid do not Hosk any colorywith written guar Whitley Cit wa bj a decis leeav. lliclertile eggs spoil rrv liavis, tlui imiii illt , R I. I'ae and antee and a pair of our well Known W. A Trader, Louisville. inn of the Court ol Appeal last (puil.ly when subiecteil to t lie- - in Mhn's Pakadisk Uakiiks for ost Tuesday morning, made the per- Ihtence ot hent ami iftliey arc left The next Great Council fire will he iioli.ah, nnd 10c for postage, ete. manent CounU Seat id Mcl'rearj too long in the nests or tinilri kindled in the Hunting Grounds nf You know these hose, they stood the test when all others failed They SOMETHING OF INTEREST TO MEN and WOMEN. county, and settles the matter broody hens or are bit in am ver Covington, next May. J. M. Wilson, is (Jhairman ol the give real foot comfort, fhey have forever miles future genera warm piker the genu trlls begin R. W Cole, Cham no seams to rip. They never become The population of the United States is 91,971,529. One out of tions shall by Act of the Legis to develop, the clinks begin to grow Hoard of Appeals, ol the Judiciary Committee, and W. loose and baggy as the shape is 18, 390,000-- or every PIVE persons is INJURED annually-OV- ER lature, or b another vote dionld these growing cells ma the at an II. McDonald, is also on one of the knit in, not pressed in. They are OVER 50,000 a day. change it. stage ol development due to uufa (iUarantkku for fitness, for stvle, Committees. Approximately ONE out of EVERY 1.000 is KILLED each year. for superiority of material and All who bought lots there hist vornble conditions Think of it 91,971,529 People in the United States under sentence workmanship, absolutely stainless year at the sale conducted bj Whether t be etuhrvo dies or not, nf ACCIDENTAL DEATH, to be executed at unexpected moments tond and is mi and to wear six mouths without the Bowman Realty Company, the egg is Importance of Healthy holes, a new during the year. ONE out of FIVE injured ONE out of each pair free. or struck it lucky, as the value of lit fur market. Tf the wives of the Kidneys 1,000 KILLED.-HaveY- OU any proof that YOU will not be the Don't delay send in your order the lands there had advancud at farmer would once lealize how fact everj-tlnii- n( .1 iitifl idu it ViinM.ili wi 411.111. ..lilt oUo has to e inn 32x 33x 3lx 15 25 17.00 18 00 Tube $2 00 2.30 2.80 3 00 3.20 3 25 3.30 rM Jitht W totliH, or elp wo cannot live, w'e have no lelief as to the high f.it ot liMng, anl n aeonis that we will not lune. ti it til the Republican party ii onci more at the head or atlans m this conntr . Once when we were happy ami content, wo went to the meat to buy meat, down 31xt 35xt 3Cxt 20 30 3.G0 31.00 22.00 215 00 27 00 27 50 32 10 Non-Skid- 1 la-tlit- A and I I J Thirst All READERSOFTIir The Great Council of Red Men. I and I I The and yours. jM S i k IBf Cgwy n gmmg0l-- Hosiery Offer cr ! VICK5&3.ISALYE lit-tt- s $5,000 DEATH or BOTH LIMBS. $25.00 Per WEEK for DISABILITIES. ulesss least 200 and the city itself is much motley thev practically lose an inviting place, standing as it by nllovviug the roosters to run with is on the top of the .Mountain, the layers, the would imuiediatclv is bound to be a real health re- Birbourvitle Rtidtri Should Lura to Keep Not one egg more i produicd with a male running with a thick ot hens than with out one, and unless the roosters nre valuable ai bleeders, it is far better to dispone of them at the end of the will soon be one wof inil breeding m'osoii and replace them with thevnunger stock the following hpiing Ifue lollow tills plan we win hIvviiv have good, htrong, YOUR DUN FOR liruulllul (iilrK IMwuts. vigotottt. covkvicls (voting roosters) lor hreedeic, ami nt the saint time Yale and Harvard, each i in x 1 et rnl ot tlw: wire of Cornell, Michigan in. 1'riiiceton, Let us nt least make the most linch 7 in x 21 in. of what vve ofcsei All bent quality felt with Mt head In order to have toiucrteil action Ping, st ten mers, letters and n nscot e in tins in. liter tlit I'oultry 1 Iit "executed in prop r colore. ... assortment sent I'mtfd States Govern t"t postpaid splendid dwiguuieil the 23rd day iuid G stumps to pay ment has 'for .if Mii to he known among poulpostage. Send now. as "Nooster Day." Then ANV try misers J'HOW'AKDbl'HCIAJ.TVCOMI AiirrTffieieiiS'i,,-,I(I'Kill, scJl or cpntinettie Kooster. ' ,,postnH lJiVton, Ohio. I I Wr Q woan Jm-J- a Ltj . 1 .. .! It ilUIi f."MVa Tslli f.ui iw"M'- r lj m ' miiiji- iujki. ui rM' i n v WV ' -k r. "i-o' '!,. . stop the pr.utn.e sort, beside that it had a nevei failing that resembles the description of the one that DeSoto set out to liud. Anyway it's an alright little city, and 5 Pepart-meiitofth- s The Kidneys Well. The Uilney have n lilgMorlc to do. AH the liloixtln th body U cnurnlnii through tint kldneynounatuutly tu bn freed of pols- omul matter. It U u lieuvy enough Uik uliwn the kidney are well, hut 10IJ, chill, feer or Home tliouKhtleis oipoiUrt) likely to Irritate, liirtume unci coiiuett the kidney und Interrupt the purifying work. Ihen tlieni'hluir fiequenlly begin, and I often luiuiiipuuliHl by Home Irregularity of the urlii-- to frequont pumage. tedliuent or retention. Thoumiiida teallfy tu the wonderful merit of noun Kidney t'lllt, a remedy for the kidney only, that baa been uaed la kidney trouble fit) year. You Hill inuku 110 uilitake In following this advice. It tome from a reildent of till locality: Mr. Mollle.HhellOuiulerlnnd Ave , Pine- tile, Ky.. "No other kidney remedy I u good ua Uuaii'a Kidney I'll ! and I gladly recommend them. My kidney were weak and their action wa Irregular t had vetere Ixickaclie and ut time wa nenouund dlaxy. I felt I tut If and In tlie morning, I wa all tired out. Doan' Kidney rill relieved me u oon a I began ualng them and before long I felt atronger and belter III every wuy." For Milo by all dealer, l'rlce COceot toter Ullburn & Co., Uulfalo, New York Kilo agent for tho United State. Iteinem-be- r Kidney P)l!-- ul the natne-Dtake 11 1 oan before offer expires. size. WEAR-IVE- Give correct ONE? HOSIERY Da COMPANY ton, Ohio, NOTICE V ! I mm ' 1.n M TT ,,, Jjveseot M " Kidwey ....- .... r.i "" w The nnnunl G. A li. Memorial sermon will be delivered at the llnptist Church, corner Main and I'ine streets, Sunday morning, May 24th, at eleven o'clock. All are invited to attend. These services will soon he witnessed by our Old Soldiers no more, as the ranks are be ing rapidly thinned by the death ol some one of those who served and cemented this Union under the old Flag nnd our Country, and made us one of the greatest Nations ol the earth; all will soon have answered the last roll call on earth and will have joined the (Jrand ' i "I Jf.irtli liOtried UU Ary Ql.neayw.. . r ,. ,. , iiltg It ltd 'Will li.tve A"'"' ms uiuiiu .t.ni.jv Aitny oi flc.uieA rinnu nsn iD4 - 12 per cent ol our population die by the ACCIDENT route. Sure of all remember, 99 YOU don't expect an ACCIDENT-b- ut ACCIDENTS are caused by other PEOPLE'S CARELESSNESS. YOUR time has a MONEY value and should be PROTECTED. In case or ACCIDENT or SICKNESS YOU need the MONEY badly. FORESIGHT is a better hitching post than LUCK YOU are not ACCIDENT proof. An OUNCE of PREVENTION is worth a TOUND of CURE nnd DEATH.nED renentance will not helo YOU FINANCIALLY YOUR sense of duty to YOUR FAMILY commands YOU to insure N may be TOO LATE. The above POLICY is issued by one of the OLDEST and STRONGEST HEALTH & ACCIDENT INSURANCE CO'S. in the world, to MEN and WOMEN in all occupations between the ages of 10 and 70 years, at a cost of LESS THAN 3c a N0W-T0-M0R- R0W 1 l ..'' DAY. If you are interested in the above, or the following insurance: Fire, Tornado, Hail, Life, Live Stock, Plate Glass, Burglar, Rents, Employers.and Public Liability, Surety Bonds of all Kinds, call, write pr go to P. W. GOLDEN, it) the Law Office oil polden & Lay, liar- Uourvillc, Ky. il l have not got wpat yov want in INSUKANUli I wil get it. I wr tie FlKH insurance ur . A . ll sp7 ..; , ". ''" Jirluc picicnt.ot any other lay. Btue state UMxcnviKby txay . 'MBLLm I JJti.. t. mxmKt tgjtituiJm ummmmmwzmmmsimmm fir i P3 to the grocer all sent you for Royal Bak- ing Powder. There is no stitute for ROYAL. Royal io a pure, cream of tartar baking powder, and healthful. Powdera offered as substitutes are made from alum. RETURN PERSONALS Prof G II Heard, of Greensburg, Va here yesterday. Prof J C Diggs, of Fighting Creek, was in town Thursday. Miss Bessie Thompson, of Emanuel, was in town Thursday. Suppor at and sermon at 11 o'clock. Tho subject of tho sermon will bo "Personal Work," and will bo delivered in preparation for the revival that is to begin at the evening service. J. Ross Miller and his wife, the evangelists who have done such a great work in Corbin during tho last few weeks, will close their meeting there next Sunday morning and begin here at night. Mr. Campbell, Deputy Collector Mrs. Miller is an excellent vio for this District, who lives and hni linist, Mr. Miller is a line singer his headquarters in Middlesboro, and a successful evangelist. All lO'.-lG- , was in the city Wednesday. We would like to have your job work and your ads, every little bit added to what you have already got makes just a little bit more. are invited. J. W. Ligon, Minister. r 1 Methodist There will be no services at the M. E. Ohurch next Sunday morning on account of the Memorial Service at tho Baptist Ohurch. The evening servico will bo held at 7 :30. Roy. F. V. Uarrop, of Covington, will preach the sermon. All are cordially invited to attend this service. E. R. OVERLEY, Pastor. hV v: lr Lir. Don't lorget that the G. A. R. Reunion meets here Junr 10 and 11, Colson Bingham, of Pinevillc, let every body get busy and enterwas in our city Wednesday. tain them. Will you be here? Will you help? was . T. Kerr,1 of Williamsburg, here on business Tuesday. Remember June 30th, Decoration soldiers by Y. M. Jones and family will take Day, honor the old up temporary Jiome in Winchester. beatifying your homes and places of business. Colors can be gotten . M. Hunt, of Rim, Wns in town from The Gibson Co., nt cost. a few hours Monday on business. TJie Christian Church is to have a Miss Mabel Matthews, of Knox series of meetings at the Court ville, is visiting friends here this House, beginning Sunday evening, week. conducted by Rev. Miller assisted by If you have anything to sell tell the Minister, Rev Ligon, the services us and we will tell the people who will continue indefinitely. They buy. will hold their services in the court Esquire f. M. Cole, of Hopper, house during the construction and was in town on business Friday of completion of their new Churdh. SEXUAL KNOWLEDGE ILLUSTRATED 320 PAGES. A special to tho Advocate, from Warren, by nnr correspondent, "Mutt," Rays: A very serious cutting nirray took place Sunday aftornoon near Warren, when Oeorgo Lee seriously cut Arthur Hrown with a pocket, knife, the blade penetrating the right lung, cutting one of his ribs in two. The wounded man was brought to Warren and Dr. Sjiead, with thr assistance of Dr. Jones, of Artemns, and 0. K. Raney, dressed the wound. It was uecpssary to place him under the influence of chloroform and for nearly an hour the doctors worked hard trying to stuuui'li the flow of blood and sew the artorieB and his rib back together again. The wounded man was taken to his home at Wheeler, Monday morning and seems to have a fair chance of recovery. Both of the parties were em ployees of the Brush Creek Mining Co. and had always been the From eye witbest of friends. nesses of the affair, it seems that young Brown had been drinking and raised a fuss with Lee as the latter was passing along the road on a mule. Lee has always been considered a puacablo man and no one regretB it more than he, but he stated from Brown's action he thought lie was going to shoot, and he cut him in self defense. Lee was arrested at his home Sunday aftornoon and taken to Barbour-ville- , and is now out on a small bond. Are you a Mule? If not why not "UNCLE SAM" II 3m. gthlS?811 a" t,,c 1 FIRST NATIONAL BANK of Barbourvllle. Knows the safest mull I be8t banks in whic, toj deposit money. A safe place for "UNCIX SAM'S" $ money is a safe place for your money. IIWri F Ofm UWlLL. QAM" X$ J , i Our Bank is the only ''HONOR ROLL" NATIONAL BANK in Southeastern Kentucky. OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH US. i I . First National Bank, Barbourville, Kentucky. Vgggfc 0 I" i $3 'f last week. Mr and Mrs I M Clotlelter. Trosper, were here shopping nesday. of Mrs Jus Marsee, ol Tinsley, was in town Wednesday seeing folks and shopping. .. Kev, Dan Urown, of Harlan, is shaking hands with old friends here this week. Don't forget that we need money we have to have a little a long to buy ink, come on up. Prof, and Mrs. W. IS. McNeil, of Williamsburg, visited relatives and friends here this week. Tells all about sex matters; what young men and women, young wives and husbands and all others need to know about the sacred Miss Goodwin, of Orownstown, govern the sex forces, the laws that Ind., is here superintending of sex life in relation home talent play to be given in plain truths in marriage. "Secrets" the auditorium of Union College un- to happiness of manhood and womanhood; sexder the auspices of the Ladies' Aid, ual abuses, social evil, diseases, etc, M E Church, and U coaching the The latest, most advanced and young ladies who are to take part comprehensive work tbat has ever in the play. Our ladies are very sexual hygiene. Pricefortunate in having secured the ser- been issued ou instruction for those who are vices of Miss Goodwin, from our ex- less for the true inner teaching. changes we learn that her entertain- ready This books tells nurses teachers, ments are always exceptionally lawyers, preachers, social good and that her coaching gets re- doctors, .li,nl IPfirliKr workers, Sunday sults every time. Come out and see others, young and old, what of "Abe Martin and nil her production need to know about tex matters Wedding," Friday evening May 2i)J all By Winfield Scott Hall, Ph. I)., M.D. Union College auditorium. ( give your petition to John son, Lead Mule. H Law- - THE MtlLe AND THE MAN The Mule he Is a gentle beast; . And so Is man. He's satisfied to be tho least; And so is man. Like man he may be taught some He does his work from eight to six; Tho mule when lie gets mad, ho kicks, And so does limn. The mule Ho hn a loud to pull; and so does man. He's happiest wheil he is full; And so is man. Like iiiun lie liohN a patient poise; Mill lli'll ill worK It mum win rejolco; I'll.- - mule he likes to hear IiIh voire; And "i does man. Die mule i" Humetiujeri kind ami Kood ; Grand Encampment, G. A. R. tricks; Barbourville Honored With The I Ml 48QH Slats nipt OF Leipzig ) Head P. Mack, our County Court In the whole field of medicine Clerk, spent the first part of this there is not a healing remedy that will repair damage to the flesh more week in Louisville. is quickly than BALLARD'S SNOW Y Kverctte, of London, Kev 0 In cuts, wounds, here to attend Commencement ex. LINIMENT. sprains, burns, scalds and rheumaerases at Union College. tism, its healing and penetrating Rev as Martin, of Middlesboro, power is extraordinary. Price 25c, was hrre Thursday to attend Com- GOc and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by mencement at Union College. I. Frank Hawn. Ground is broken and excavation is being made lor the foundation of the uew Christian Church. Kentucky Bankers' When you want to get your whiskers trimmed call on Moore & Mullock, shop on Knox Street. Newspaper Comments: "Scientifically correct." Chicago "Accurate aud Tribune. Philadelphia Press. "Standard book of knowledge." PhilaThe New York' delphia Ledger. World says: "Plain truths for those who1 need or ought to know them for the prevention of evils. Under plain wrapper for onlj $1. Coin or money Order, postnge ten cents extra. MIAMI PUBLISHING CO. Dayton, Ohio. And "o is man. lie eats all kinds of breakfast food; And so iluus man. Like man lie balks at gaudy dress, Vml .ill outlandish fo.ilislmi.'si; I'lie mule's accused if uiulmlmess; Aud to is man.. Grand Army of the Republic and Sons of Veterans, JUNE 10th & Uth. and places of Business. Colors for sale at Cost, at THE GIBSON COMPANY'S Store. All citizens are requested to decorate their Homes c . n' tt4 ;.' v -- " , jf , .V I When the baby ttikes too much l.iod the stomach turns; the result Pinevillc is indigestion, sourness and vomit NOW HER FRIENDS Was Held I V, C. McDonald was in Lexington To-da- y. looking ing. Frequently the bowels are in and Louisville this week after the interest of the Advocate. volved and there is colic pains ami j KNOW HER HARDLY wao car- diarrhoea. Mc GEE'S BABY The following program, Miss Susie Cioodin , of Four Mile corrective is here to visit her sister, Miss Auna ried out alter meeting at 2 p. in. in ELIXIR is a grand .: for the stomach and bowel But Tliis Doe Not Bother Mn. the Opera House, in Pinrville, who has been attending Union It is purr, disorders of babies. College. Under the Burton, Called to order by President of wholesome and pleasant to take. Circumstances. G. Jurich, student of Union Peter Group 11, J. M. Robsion, President Price 25c and GOc per bottle. Sold College, left Thursday night lor of First National Dank. Barbour by J. Frank Hawn. Houston, Texas. In an Interestlnc Greencastle, Ind., where he has a ville. Ky. letter from this city, Mrs. S. C. Burton position. , Invocation Rev, Robert F. Death Penalty writes as follows : "I think It Is my duty News has suspended, The Peoples Pineville. Murder to tell you what your medicine, Cardul, For M. Gilnt least for the nresent. as they do Address of Welcorae- -J. the woman's tonic, has done for me. not come out with an issue this bert, Peoples Bank, Pineville On Tuesday of this week, a I I was down sick with womanly trouble, week. Responses Judge Lewis L. Walkjury of Whitley county returned and my mother advised several diflerenl M. er, Citizens National Hank, Lan- a verdict of guilty, anil inflict- treatments, but they didn't seem to do Chris Pearl, representing J. me any good. I lingered along for three Norton & Co., was in caster; A. T. Siler, Vice- - Pres. Bank ing tho death penalty to Elonza or lour months, and for three weeks, J Williamsburg. of city this wctk seeing our Stroud, for tho murder of Hubert was In bed, so sick I couldn't bear lot Addresses V. M. Gettys, Pres. liryaut, of (Jorbiu. any one to walk across me iioor. try Cardul, Bankets' Association, Cashier Union This crime was committed My husband advised I me to taken two Q. W. Hun ton, of Covington, have "The sometime in April, and there the woman's tonic. National Hank, Louisville: was here Wednesday and Thursday liffect ol the Regional Hanking Sys-terbottles of Cardul, am feeling fine, gained was strong talk of lynching this 15 pounds and do all of my housework. Commencement at Union attending on Country Banks." follow Stroud, but it was avert- Friends hardly know me, 1 am so wen." College. K. H. Reese, "Good Roads"-- Mr. ed, and tho jury, when tho case If you suffer from any of the ailments women, don't allow the Rev. A. Boring, of Louisville, one First Assistant Highway Engineer. was submitted to them, made 50 common to chronic. Begin taking trouble to become of the Trustees ol Union College, "Honest Competition and Over short work of the case. It Is purely vegetable. Cardui was here ttis week attending drafts" Individual discussions lim It looks as though this is the Its Ingredients acting In a genllet natural ited to five minutes. only way in which to put a stop way on lite weakened womanly constituSpecial traiq Untertainmeut Mr Chas W Mealy, of' Chicago, to the lawlessness in this coun- tion. You run no risk In trying Cardul. coui mines leaves Pineville try, and in some caRea we be- It has been helping weak women back to city has recently moved into our health and strength for more than 50 ami has leased the Jones Hotel. We 9:30; returns 1:30. Lunch served lieve thut this should be done, years. It will help you. At all dealers. though, wu would much rather hapa Mr Mealy wil find Barbour on train. Ai'luty IXpt.. Chneo. Tn.. "fK?' hi KWegltbAfaJw oiBouQiiet 8:30 p. m, Continental BueiiyMteu otko.ovue.ca HilJcHurnuclitito Association at whiskey and cards in moat casei rhis would not be, as in 95 cases out of every 100 whiskey or cards is the canst', it was these wo evils that cost life of Hubert Bryant, and this young man, Stanifer, and caused this poor fiiloiPil man logo In the Elect t ic elm ic. I 1 if GOTO J.A.McDERMOTT&CO. Barbourville, - Kentucky. FOR CEMENT, LIME, WOVEN WIRE FENCING and Paints for Every Purpose. TRY Welvatone. Grain Privileges MONEY IN WHEAT safest aud method of trading In wheat, corn or oats. Because your loss In absolutely limited to the amount bought. No further risk. I'oslttvely the moatlprotUable way of trading. Open an account. You can buy 10 putt or 10 calls on 10,000 bushels gruln for $10, or you can. buy both for $20, or a many more as you wish. gives An advance or decline of you the chance to take S10O profit. tiOO profit. A movement of ts Wlte for full particulars, 1'utn and calls art) tho HUrt'Ht - ie v. n y. vis-itin- g wlllEMMLia'mataiatiJtiviitblM, will rcujuiu ucruiucatlT with trt, he HtrtLiucl-B;- 3D p. (U. Cuutiiuutat Hotel. use of TUfliMtynyoir cut UUHwere uot for the use if ?- - - D0hoiishe iui.. M.w rfc.f(0tftW5WrAHf"lt.. C0LUMUU8, 4M !. l"- - """J &- flHBMjit ,'AiJMkgyyHifW - f 0Q. t Zentaro Kawase, professor of forestry at the imperial universi ty of Tokio, Japan, has been making a tour of tho national forests of this country to learn tho gov ernment's methods of soiling timber and of reforestation. Forest botanists recocniznonlv one cypress in the United States. Its range extends from Delaware southward around tho coast'iuto lexas and up the Mississippi y to Illinois and Indiana. It is ouo of tho few cone- - bearing trees which drop their leaves in win. tor. Tho,liertwopu of cypress i8.jnoUdcfQbJi6MleQyi'.rQ6jUt) rATQIWMeSor Us doeay.resiatantfn Vropsruos, val-lo- ifciiMittihii lifitii lwUlitijfeM4k!iik ri TV". - rRrr,"r-JFpr- "m V i ,1 Till: MbugfjlIN d-- ' ADVOCATE Ij 7 which ono of tho two men had given him a moment since. It was a command which even he, wilful and disRcimpositlon Duty Excellent Spring for Work and of Sugar obedient as ho was, dared not Ignore. Wheat Seeding About Ho ripped It Into shreds and flung Would Be Politic. them out of tho window. Ho did not Finished. npologlzo to the man Into whoso faco tho pieces flow. That gentleman red(Hy O. n. SHLLHttS, Director of Hven-ITho writer hos Just rqturned from Reductions Under the New Tariff Bill dened perceptibly, bu ho held his Department The Moody Illbta Instian extensive trip through the ProvHave Not Perceptibly' Lowered tongue. The blaro of a horn announced tute of Chicago.) inces of Manitoba, Saskatchewan nnd , Pi Ices to Consumers, While tho tlmo of departure. Tho train Albertn, In Western Canada. Tho crop "Yes. Country Loses Millions. moved. Tho two men on tho platform conditions nro tho very best, nnd no LESSON FOR MAY 24 "I know what's tho matter with saluted, but tho young man Ignored ono locality neoms to havo ait advanhim," mused tho artist, alono. "Somo tho salutation. Not until tho rear car Tho ways and moans of raising tage over anothor In this respect. Tho UNPROFITABLE SERVANTS. woman has chucked him, Silly llttlo disappeared In tho hazy dlstanco did money, to carry on a contest with uniformity in growth Is rcmnrkablo, " fool, probably tho watchers stir. Then thoy loft tho Mexico in tho most Important question and lu all parts of tho threo provinces I.DRSON TKXT-Lu- ke Courtlandt went down stairs and out station and got Into tho tonneau of a All spring wheat nt tho tlmo of writing. GOLDEN TEXT "Ho that glorleth. let that congress has to consider. Into the boulevard. Frankly, he wns touring car, which shot away and did him glory In the Lord." I Cor. 1:31. sorts of methods are dlscussod, In- May 10th, Is well nbovo tho ground, beginning to feci concerned. He still not Btop until It drew up beforo that cluding, of course, tho imposition of from two to throo Inches. Consider-ablheld to his original opinion that the Imposing embassy upon which tho This lesson Is closely connected tho old Annnclal lovlea known as tho fall plowing was dono last year, dhu had disappeared of her own frco J French will always look with more or with that of last week; whllo spoken Spanish war tnxes. and this, with tho snmmor fallow, Is will; but If tho machinery of tho less suspicion. especially to hla dlsclplos It was most Wo nssumo, without question, that already seeded, so that practlcnlly had been started, ho realized that probably at tho snrao tlmo and In theso Hpcclal taxes will bo onco more wheat seeding Is ovor by this dato. his own safety would eventually CHAPTER V. tho samo ntmosphoro as that of tho imposed. Experience showed that Kvorywhero tho farmers nro busy nnd Intolrcd. Hy this time, lie reaother lesson. Tho teaching Is a con- thoy wero easily borne by tho pooplo, tho whole country presents one great soned, there would not bo a hotel In The Dlrd Behind Bars. tinuation of that Just given and which wero productive- of a largo revanuo, scono of activity threo-horBParis freo of surveillance Naturally, The most boautlful blue Irish eyes grew out of tho hospttnlity Jesus and woro popular and efficient war and teams aro busy blond strangers would be In demand. In tho world gazed out at tho dawn In tho Pharisee's houso. Tho taxes In overy way. But wo beg to preparing land for barley, oats and The complications that would follow which turned night-bluInto Ailed with compas- suggest, very respectfully, that conwas of 5 Aax. On somo of tho largor farms his own arrest wero not to bo Ignored. and paled the stars. Ilosal lay the un- heart for Jesus needy multitude. Ho, gress sion tho tako up seriously tho Idea of batteries of steam and gasoltno SYNOPSIS. s Ho agreed with his conscience, that he dulating horizon, presently to burst Intho Good Shepherd, was seeking tho restoring ,the duty on sugar that was aro at work, but In a great many had not acted with dignity In forcing to living flame, transmuting tho dull Kl.anora do Toscana vu lwrln In lost sheep. His anger was kindled needlessly taken off In tho Inst tariff districts where theso havo been operPari., which. perhnp. accountrd for Ed- his way Into her apartment. But that steel bars of the window Into fairy ward Courtlandt's appearance there. Mul- night he had been at odds with con- gold, that trick of alchemy so futllely against tho men whoso lovo of money bill. The cost of collecting tho duty ated in tho past thoy aro being disIn timillionaire, he wandered about where vention; his of show spirit had been that of sought by man. There was a window and presence had calloused them It was trivial, and whether the tariff placed by horses, owing no doobt parfancy dictated. Hn mlicht be In Paris one tho of multitude sugar rato loworod and r operaKamchatka tothe next. and la ac- the marauding old Dutchman of the at the north and another at the south, was in this spirit this he turned and did on changewas ralsod or the con- tially to tho difficulty of securing exFol'.owlns the that he (foci a cafe perienced men to operate thorn. Anynot tho price to He perfectly likewise barred; but the Irish eyes costed by a rretty young woman. She seventeenth century. way, thero Is bolng put into agriculsumer one whit. Klve him the address of Flora Dcslmone. well knew that sho was In the right as never sought theso two. it was from taught his disciples. vocal rival of Tocnna. and Flora Rives Tho flrst reduction of tho sugar ture In Western Canada, greater efA 8peclal Warning. was concerned. the east window only that they could nlm the address of Elennora, whom he Is far as the pistol-sho- t I, "Take Heed to Yourselves," w. duty under the new tariff took offoct fort with more promlso than for somo to see. ltrmlned apartments. Courtlandt enters Further, he knew that he could quash soo the long white road that led to Kleanora'a She orders him It is lnevltablo that occasion of on March 1, and tho larger reduction years past. Tho soil is in tho best nut and shoots at lilm. The next day any charge Sho might make In that di- Paris. Paris Is shocked by the mysterious dis- rection by the simplest of declaraTho nightingale was truly caged. stumbling shall como. Satan Is not does not take effect until May 1 two possible condition; molstaro has been appearance of the prima donna. tions; and to avoid this simplest of But tho wild heart of the eagle beat going to'loso his spoil without putting years hence However, even as It Is, sufficient, thero have boon no winds declarations she would prefer silence In this nlghtingnlo's breast, and the forth his best endeavor to hold, to en- the proceeds of our customs duties are to dry out tho soil, and If tho farmers CHAPTER IV Continued. already $27,000,000 less for tho cur- havo had to lay up for n day or so "Thero's tho dusky princess peek-In- s above all things They knew each oth- eyes burned as fiercely toward the snare, to trap men. God, however, rent Ascal year than they wero for now and again, it was mcroly that the east ns the east burned toward the has taken this Into his plan and makes out again. Tho truth Is. Abby, If er tolerably well. It was extremely fortunate that he west. Sunday and Monday, Tuesday them to work out for tho good of his tho previous year, and If tho en tiro ground might havo tho advantage of I could hldo myself for tbreo or four years, long enough for people to for- had not been to the hotel since Satur- and Wednesday and Thursday, today; pcoplo, Ts. 76:10; II Cor. 12:7. Why reductions on sugar contemplated In tho rain and an occasional snow, get mo, I might reconsider. But It day. He went directly to the war of- and that the Ave dawns were elngu-la- r does God permit evil in tho world? the present law were In effect at this which promise so much for tho growIn beauty and that she had never He uses these stumbling blocks to moment they would causo a loss of ing crop. With some warm weather The great and powerful man should be under another name. They fice. tho grnln will como along In a man-no- r nvy us millionaires. Why, we are there was the only hopo left. They In her life before witnessed the cre- test us and we who are approved aro I2S.000.000 In addition to tho 127,000,-00- 0 that will equal the best years that has already occurrod. tho lonosomest duffers going. We dis- had met some years beforo In Algiers, ation of Ave days, one after another, mado manifest, I Cor. 11:10. This docs In 1912, the last year of tho old Western Canada has ever had. trust every one; wo fly when a wom- where Courtlandt had rendered him a mado no Impression upon her senso of not mean that wo aro guiltless It It must not bo thought from thht the beautiful, so delicate and receptive through one we fall, nor minimize tho tariff, tho revenue from tho sugar an approaches; wo become mono- very real service. "I did not expect you to the min- lr ordinary times. Sho was conscious guilt of tho one through whom they duties amounted to a llttlo over fifty that tho farmers aro full bent on semaniacs; one thing obsesses us, everybody Is after our money. We want ute," the great man eald pleasantly. that within her the cup of wrath was como, seo Matt, 18:7. Wo as follow- million dollars. What possible reason curing a grain crop alone. In nearly friends, wo want wives, but we want "You will not mind waiting for a few overflowing. Of other things, euch as ers must go to every possible length Is there why tho government of the every district there is moro and more eating and sleeping and moving about to avoid being an occasion to another, United States should not bo onco tho indication and inclination to go them to be attracted to us and not to minutes." Aot in me least, uniy, I'm in a In hor cage (more like an eagle In I Cor.S:3, 13; 10:32; Bom. 14:13. In moro In receipt of this sum. nt least Into mixed farming. Herds of cattlo our money-bagOh, pshaw! What plans have you made In regard to the deuce of a mess," frankly and directly. deed than a nightingale), recurrence this lesson (v. 2) Jesus sounds a spe- whllo tho Mexican war lasts? If, as now dot tho plains that up to the "Innocently enough, I've stuck my had blunted her perception search?" cial warning against thoso who cause tho administration had apparently an- present had been fully given up to "Oh, but he shall pay, he shall pay!" ono of his llttlo ones to stumble, o. g., ticipated, "freo sugar" had resulted In grain growing, hogs and sheep aro In Gloom settled upon the artist's face. head Into the police net." "Is It possible that now I can pay sho murmured, striving to loosen the thoso weak In faith, this hungering a percoptlblo lowering of tho cost of evidence. Now buildings are to be "I've got to And out what's happened bars with her small, white, helpless multitude who follow him, theso sugar to the family, tho 'caso would seen on a great many places, theso to her, Ted. This Isn't any play. Why, my debt to you?" "Such as It is. Have you read the hands. The cry seemed to be an ari- "babes in Christ," as well as chlldron bo different. sha loves the part of Marguerite as But no shadow of tho being pig houses and cow Mables, although she loves nothing else. She's been article In the newspapers regarding etta, for through all theso four mad- of tender years. Particularly, howresult can bo per- larly protection of cattlo Ib not regurequired, oxcepting for calvos kidnaped, and only God knows for the disappearance of Slgnorlna da Tog- - dening days she had voiced It now ever, Is this doom pronounced upon ceived even by the most optimistic low and deadly with hate, now and such cows as It may bo necessary what reason. It has knocked me silly. cana, the singer!" thoso who divert from paths of rightto house from time to time. In burning anger, now broken by "Yes." I Just camo up from Como, where she eousness tho courso of childhood. Not 'The Old Man of the Sea." The growing of "Will you never only "I am the unknown blond. Tomor- eobs of despair. spends the summers now. I was going upon those of ten men who prey Itumorn that Socrotary Bryan Is fodder grasses Is alfalfa and other an Industry that Is to take her and Fournler out to din- row morning 1 want you to go with mo come, so that I may tell jou how baso der years, who exploit tholr labor about to leavo tho cabinet are donled being rapidly developed. to tho prefecture and sta'te that I was and vile you are?" she further adner." or causo their moral corruption, but stoutly. That docs not necessarily with you all of Saturday and Sunday; dressed the east. During this spring a splendid class "Who's Fournler?" She had waited for his appearance careless and Indifferent, parents should signify. Such rumors aro apt to be of new settlors havo gono In, many of NS "Mademoiselle Fournler, the com- that on Monday you and your wife ponder theso words. To hinder a child denied. Quite frequently, however, them from tho eastern poser. These She goes with Nora on the dined with me, that yesterday we went on Sunday. Late in the day one of the from accepting Christ or causo it to thoy arc provod to be forerunners of havo seen what succoshstates. western to the aviation meet, and later to tho Jailers had informed her that it was tho yearly concert tours." stumble through a sinful cxamplo will tho fact. If also frequently they ex- and central states man has achloved Odeon." ImposRlblo for the gentleman to come "Pretty?" Mr. Bryan has no In Western Canada, and aro now go"In brief, an alibi?" smiling now before Monday. So sho marshaled her reap an awful retribution. Tho word pire as rumors. "Charming." I shall need one." "Exactly. army of phrases, of accusations, of de- "theso" as hero used Is another In- mandate from the people In his office, ing In In hundreds. Tho movement "I see," thoughtfully. "What part Ho is simply a highly "And a perfectly good alibi. But I nunciations, ready to smother him dication of tho nearess of childhood of course. from Montana, Oregon and Washingof tho lake; the Villa d'Este. Cadenab-bla?- " politician, favored Threo times ton to Canada continues without any havo your word that you are In with them the moment he came. But to our Lord in his earthly life. To avoid such n danger each Indi- rejected for prosldent, his concerned? Pardon tho question, he came not Monday, nor Tuesday, abatement ns to numbers and valuo of "Bellagglo. Oh, It was ripping last be"tako heed" (v. 3), effects, while the central and eastern summer. She's always singing when but between us It Is really necessary nor Wodnesdaj'. The suspense was to vidual llfo must Appealing (I Tim. B:1C). dishold him at a president's right hand. states aro still sending an excellent to his her mind diabolical. Sho began to unshe's happy. When she sings out on If I am to be of servlco to jou." "On my word as a gentleman." derstand; he Intended to keep her ciples Jesus showed them their truo If ho Is not tho power behind tho class of farmers with means sufficient tho terraco, suddenly, without giving "That is sufficient." thero till he was suro that her spirit attitude towards a sinning man was tbrono ho In firmly seated on an arm to begin farming on a scalo that will anyone warning, her voice Is wonder"In fact, I do not believe that she was broken, then he would come. to rcbuko him. Lev. 19:17, und if ho of It. And thero Is no provision for pay from the start. ful. No audience ever heard anything has been abducted at all. Will you Break her spirit? Sho laughed wildly. repented ho should bo forgiven. Tho Democratic party It a recall Those who contemplate visiting tho like It." our pad and pen for a Ho could break her spirit no more was horo that tho Pharisees and rulers thought It had chosen Woodrow Wil- Panama Exposition next yoar will And "1 heard her Friday night. I dropped let me use easily than sho could break these had failed. They wero "blind leaders son In preference to William J. Bryan that ono of tho most Interesting trip mlnuto?" In at tho opera without knowing what The other pushed over tho required bars. To bring her to Vorsailles upon of tho blind" and failed to seo the to be Its standard bearer, but the latthoy can mako will bo vln tho Canathey wero singing. I admit all you an errund of mercy! Well, he was eagerness of tho sinners and public- ter has hold of tho Btlck, too. Provisay In regard to hor voice and looks; articles. Courtlandt scrawled a dian West. Thero will bo three lines capablo of anything. and passed back tho pad. ans to hear Jesus, a movement which dence Journal. of railway they can use tho Canadian but I stick to the whim." ' She was not particularly distressed Indicated a deslro to reach a hlghor For me to read?" Pacific. Canadian Northern and Grand "But you can't fako that chap with "Yes," moodily. because she know that It would not be moral plane. Understanding this, they Clothing Under the New Tariff. Trunk Pacific, all of which will hare tho blond mustache," retorted Abbott I The Frenchman read. Courtlandt possible for her to elng again until tho would havo forgiven them even though A Staten Island man writes to a through to coast lines completed. Thus grimly. "Lord, I wish I had run Into Tnero was following winter In Now York. Sho It to bo unto "seven times In tho day." Now York newspaper asking: "Are will bo given a view of pralrlo, you any day but today. I'm all In. I waicnco nun anxiously. d not even a can telephono to the Opera from the official eye. flicker ofhosurprise In tho had sobbed too much, with her faco Forgiveness hero means to dismiss or clothes choapor now becauso of tho mountain scenery unexcelled Calmly ripped off tho burled In the pillow. Had these eobs to send awny. tariff reduction?" Perhaps ho hasn't In studio, and then we shall know for a sheet and tore It Into bits, distribut- beon born of woakness, all might havo bought any clothes lately, nnd Is certainty whether or not she will re- ing the pieces Into Nothing Impossible. tho various waste beon well; but rago had mothered turn for the performance tonight. If PerIts Kind. II. "Increase Our Faith," w. 5:10. merely asking for Information. yawning about his long flat them, and thus her voice was In a haps, on tho other hand, he has boon not, then I'm going In for a little de- baskets "Doctor, my troublo Is wholly athdesk. Next, still avoiding the younger very bad waj--. This morning she was Such a program as that Just outlined buying clothes, and has discovered. tective work." letic." man's eye, ho arranged his papors noticeably hoarse, and thero was a must havo staggered tho apostles as as othora have discovered, that It costs "Abby, it will turn out to bo the neatly and locked them up "What do you mean?" huge break In the arietta. No, she did not they thought of their own Inability so more In a sheep of Little now to acquire the apparol that "I've got a jumping toothache." safe which only the artillery of the rret over this side of tho calamity. The to conduct their lives. This exclama "Have your own way about It," German army could havo forced. He sting of It all lay In tho fact that she tion reveals their sense of tho Impor- oft proclaims tho man than It did beBe lure that you atk for Wrlbt'a Indian When they arrived at the studio Ab- then called for his hat and fore the tinkers at Washington perstick. He had been outraged In matter of tance, superiority and difficulty of his formed their tinkering. In Vfjetabla Pill, and look for the (igna-tur- o bott telephoned promptly. Nothing beckoned to Courtlandt to follow. Not personal liberty, with tho act ideals. As wo come Into personal felthat conno of Win. Wright on wrapper of rehad beca heard. They wero substi- a word was said until tho car was prisal to ease her Immediate tingency, no doubt he Is "mad clear For Conttipttlon, lllllousneu and and box. Inclinalonging lowship with our Lord that tho eyoa tuting another Blnger. through," and asks his quostlon with tion. Adv. of our understanding are opened and humming on the road to Vlncennes. to bo avenged. "Call up tho Herald." suggested deliberate Intention of making trouble wo see our importance and tho neces(TO BE CONTINUED) "Well?" said Courtlandt, Anally. It It a Courtlandt. sity of having him fulfll in us that for the administration of President proposoyoung man has tho audacity to was not possible for him to ifold back to a girl, alio should havo tho Abbott did so. And ho bad to an- the question any longer. KEEP IN MIND WHEN WRITING which is lacking of his Ideals. Their Wilson. Impudence to accept him. swer Innumerable questions, questions "My dear friend, I am taking you petition was a recognition of ability which worked hlra Into a flno rage; out to the villa for tho night." as well as of their need. In response Foreign Eggs by the Million. If One Would Be Classed as a Welwho was ho, where did he live, what . ." "But I have nothing to our cry he will supply, Mark 9: In the wisdom of those who control From Plantation to Consumer come Correspondent These Must did he know, how long had he been In Nothing Is impossible to him the American government in those "And I havo everything, even foreBe Remembered. Paris, and could ho prove that ho had sight. If you woro arrontcd tonight It (v. G), Phil. 4:13. Tho illustration Is days tho duty has been removed from i rrlvcd that morning? Abbott wanted would cause you eome Inconvenience. eggs. In consequence of this romoval ono easy to remember. Tho InsignifiBe yoursolf. strive for tho expresin fling tho receiver Into tho mouth of I nm fifty-six- , some twenty years your sion of your own thoughts, write with cant llttlo seed of tho mustard has thero arrived the other day on tho c tho transmitter, but his patience was senior. Under this hat of mine I carry all tho force of your personality, In It tremendous power of growth and coast presently rewarded. Tho singer had a thousand secrets, and every one of you will be projecting your mind and development, many thousand times a thousandfrom China a ship carrying on tons of eggs. Tho actual not yet been found, but the chauffeur theso thousand must go to the gravo tho mind of tho friend who Is to draw Its own weight and bulk, sea Matt. number was 6,792,360. Most of theso of the mysterious car bad turned up with me, jours along with them I delight from your lettor. Write with ere consigned to points in theUnltod Avoid adulterated prod. In a hospital, and perhaps by have met you n dozen times sinco tho conscious wish to express truth- 13:31, 32, becauso It Is linked with night they would know ever) tiling. thofio Algerian days, and never havo fully and well that which you have God's tremendous laws of IKo, with Stntos. purpose ucts endanger health and omnipotence. The Our Iord contrasts of removing tho tariff The chauffeur bad had a bad accident; jou failed to afford me some amuse- to nay, abjure slovenly makeshift, and. such power with Buy choice grown tho removal of a In tho minds of tho removers was to happiness. the car Itsolf was a total wreck, in a ment or excitement. You are the most just as strongly, tho Bycamoro trco; small wonder wo re- mako eggs cheaper. tobacco in its natural state direct, ditch, not far from Versailles. which keeps ono cyo on tho pur- ceive such a vivid and lasting lesson Interesting and entertaining young Has any American breakfast table "There!" cried Abbott. Blammlng man I know. Try one of these cigars." pose In hand and one on effect. of tho power of faith, even tho weak- bocn nerved with an egg this year at from growers in heart ofBlue tho receiver on the hook. "What do always that there Is the est faith. Faith is a principle neces- less price than a year ago? Ilcmomber Unexcelled Mr of Kentucky. you say to that?" Precisely at the tlmo Courtlandt possibility of publicity for your let- sary to overcome tho obstacles in smoking and chewing. Shipped "Tho chauffeur may have left her stepped into tho automobile outside ter, and If you havo malice, cruelty, way of measuring up to bis Ideals Speaking about the next Democratic somewhere, got drunk afterward, and the war ofllce, a scene, peculiar In or uncharltablenoss In your mind, at the in cartons, parcel post prepaid plunged Into the ditch. Things have charactor, but Inconspicuous In that It least seo that you do not commit your If It la or tho right quality, It Is equal platform, moro things are accumulatfollowing prices: happened like that. Abby, don't muko did not attract attention, was enacted feelings to paper, to your possible con- to tho doing of the most mighty things. ing for tho "we view with nlarm" secPassing from this contrast Jesus uses tion than for the "wo point with a camel's hair shirt out of jour paint- - In the Garo de l'Est. Two fusing at some later date, when kindprldo" column. tho parable which follows (vs. urusnea. w nat a pother about a sing2 Pound Cartons men stood respectfully aside to liness has replaced your former harsh Tho word "but" would suggest an aper! If it had been a great Inventor, a permit a tall young man In a Bavarian Judgment. 5 Round Cartons parent departure from this subject Only Hope Is Roosevelt. poet, an artist, thero would havo been j hat to enter a compartment of the Ilememberlng nil theso things, you is, turnover, a correction of any Without men and means, tho Pro- 10 Pound Cartons nothing more than a para-- . second class. What could bo seen of will have no need for the services of It 3.50 graph. But an opera singer, one who tho young man's faco was full of a complete letter wrltor. Guided by falso Idea that may have arisen that gressives havo only Iloosevelt to deouiuriiiiuo ua uuring our idio eve- smothered wrath and disappointment. sincerity and truth, you may proceed tho doing of duty can bo tho causo pend on, If thoy mako independent When ordering state preferning hal that's a different matter. How he hated himself, for his weak- to glvo your thoughts tho graven per- of boastfulness or create any rights nominations their party will divide. If whereby wo may expect any special they form an alllanco with the Demo- ence; strong, mild and medium Set Instantly that great municipal ma- ness, for his cowardice! He was not manence of writing. reward for service. Tho disciples, crats, many will return to tholr flrst flavors. Send cash, money orchinery called the police In action: all bad. Knowing that he was being as has been suggested, realized tho love, the G. O. I', sell extra editions on tho streets. watched and followed, he could not go Step Lively. bank draft with order. Their ono hope, then, is rtoosovelt, der wnat ado!" "You use different horns for differ- difficulty of obeying ills commands, to Versailles and compromlto her, use"What the devil makes you so r lessly Tho devil tako tho sleek demon ent dances, I suppose?" asked the yet they knew that such obedlenco and it may bo seriously questioned Bank reference.Satisfacwould assure them tho highest re- whether his Influence will bo suffof a woman who had prompted him to sweet young thing, money refunded. tion wards of faith. Ills words Implied icient to hold together bis disintegrat"Was 1 bitter! I thought I was commit a baso an act! "Oh, yes," replied the musician. peHesephlilng." Courtlandt consulted "What horn do you think best for a and warranted such a conclusion, ing party without money or tosuaa or "You will tt'least," be said, "deliver Lm! TaImcbi Cb. ItTL M watch. Half after four. "Como that message which I bava Intrusted pulckatep?" heace be warns them sot. to sjakq (b leaders la a campaign when oaly etaU I Tke Ni(nr , will be tevelred. ewr to the Maurice and'iMne' wtb tie I to your care." lve t taste wrrts. by all Beau. "Oh the auto-borreward tka O. MX 413' . ' LuJMhiM. Xtf Jadqns HAROLD ft MACGMMfe CD. PLACED unxirv- - tomorrow night, that Is, If you do nut find your prima donna. I've an engagement at and must be off" "I was about to ask you to dlno with mo tonight," disappointedly. "Can't; awfully sorry, Abby. It was only luck that I met you In tho Luxembourg. Ho over about soven. I was very glad to soo you again." Abbott kicked a broken easel Into a corner. "All rlRht. If anything turns up I'll lot you know. You're at tho Grand?" flvo-thlrt" "It shall reach Versailles tonight, your highness." Tho young man reread the telegram iNHTMnOM SBlMSaiOOL Lesson RE 0 W WESTERN' CANADA'S PROSPECTS FOR 1914 n 17:1-1- o jffl3" po-llc- o o - four-hors- o llve-hore- e day-blu- o out-At- I d full-tone- d -- : "tf v 1 1 o fellow-countrym- &-: .. 'mi i few-wor- 'i wood-land'an- America.--Advertiseme- nt. 24-2- Pa-clA- Tobacco that trust Use Pure Gris at sober-vis-age- d $1.00 2.00 two-IIn- or bit-Ur- - or ' ., -- . .1 ... e-- . 4tiu r. lattfVj-ifat- i in titifiAgrt jiff 7'7!mmmi .riMutimaBBFJ1&wBiRiR ' liMaa .LaW vII jgaaii ;'-- yjr VZ THS Y MOUNTAIN."-- ' ADVOCATE"' .. ,,.-- j &ichGfljb?n&n Reliable evidence is abundant that women FRANCISCO VILLA, OF Bloody Career of Carranza's Chief General. AND ordinates, Cristobal Juarez, of steal lng on his own'account, ho killed hire one night In the latter part of November In tho Calle de la Llberadad. In the early part of May, 1913, Villa, with 76 men, assaulted a train at llaeza, stato of Chihuahua, that was carrying bars of gold nnd silver at 100,000 pesos, killing the crow nnd several passengers, Including Messrs. Cnravantes and a Scnor Isaac Hcrrero of Cludad Guerrero. vnl-uc- H N? imjVMm CASTORIA Tor Infants and Chlldron. ar? are constantly being restored to health by Lydia E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound The many testimonial letters that we are continually publishing in the newspapers hundreds of them are all tnm and unso icited exoressions of heartfelt gratitude for the freedom from suffering that has come to these women solelv through the use of Lydia E. Plnkham's MURDERER PLUNDERER 8tartlng as a Cattle Thief, He Has Run the Criminal Gamut Massacres of Prisoners and : 4QftQ0a Settler Ocn. Francisco Villa, lender of the constitutional forces In northern Mcxl co, Is more frequently In tho public oyo than tho Spanlnrd, Carranza, he Is presumed to servo. Ilia nor any kind of influence obtain whom bureau Is far moro active and Money could not buy press his daiih as a commander gives to him such recommendations ; you may depend upon it that any Importance as a news maker, over testimonial we publish is honest and true if you have any shadowing for the time being tho trail whose true names and doubt of this write to the women of murder, plunder and outrage which maps hla field of operation. addresses are always given, and learn for yourself. Murder, plunder and outrage are one Read Villa'B specialties. lie wns roared that way, and Increasing opportunities Camijkn, N.J. "1 was sick for two years with nervous spells, and have made' him a master hand In the my kidneys wore affected. I had a doctor all tho timo and used a business. To Americans his career Is galvanic battery, but nothing did mo any good. I was not able to go soon worth studying In connection with his to bed, but spent my timo on a couch or in a slceping-chair.an- d published appeal to tho United States became almost a skeleton. Finally my doctor went away for his to raise tho embargo on war material health, aud my husband heard of Lydia E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound and got mo some. In two months I got relief and now I and tho certainty that with constitumy usual weight I recommend am liko a now woman and am at tionalist success he will sit close to If my husband. Jlra. vour medicine to every ono and so does not actually In the presidential chair of Mexico. Watkiu, 1135 Knight St, Camden, N.J. Villa's Start In Life. Mrs. And A biography of Villa compiled by " I was weak and nervous, not able to do my work the Jloaton Transcript and read by TJtiga, Okla. and scarcely able to bo on my feet. I had backacho, headache, palpiSenator Lodgo In tho United States tation of tho heart, troublo with lny bowels, and in Humiliation. Sinco senate supplies tbo following facts: am better .taking tho Lydia E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound I Francisco Villa was born at Las wonderful than I have been for twenty years. I think it is aMaky Ajjn mediNlcves In tho state of Durango about Hadcine and I have recommended it to others." Mrs. tho year 1868. He !. wholly unedu dock, Utica, Oklahoma. cated, being unable to read and barely name. About tho Now answer this question if you can. Why should a able to sign his only when fourteen years first giving Lydia E. yoar 18S2, was sentenced to a term of woman continue to suffer without of ago, he Pinkham's Vegetable Compound a trial ? You know that Imprisonment for cattle stealing. On it has saved many others why should it fail in your case? his discharge he settled In tho mining camp of Guanacevl, where a few months later ho underwent another For 30 years Lydia E. Plnkham's Vcgctablo Compound bas bconthe standard remedy for sentence of Imprisonment for homiIlls. No ono sick with woman's ailments cide. When ho came out of prison for docs justice to herself if she docs not try this fathe second timo he organized a band mous raodiclno made from roots and herbs. It of robbers, which had their headquar-- f lias rostorodsomany suffcringwomentohenlth. " teni in the mountainous region of Write, to LYDIA K.I'INKHAM MEDICINECO. In the state of Durango, and (CONFIDENTIAL) LYNX, MASS., for advice. were tho terror of all that district Your letter will bo opened, read anil answered tvtECETfiJw&Sp'' In the year 1907 he was in partnerby a woman and held in strict conUdence. ship with ono Francisco Reza, stealing Law Condoned Negligence. -- cattle In Chihuahua and selling them In Kelsey s llebuzzlnl, In tho su- In the United States, and then steal- preme court of errors of Connecticut, Vegetable Compound. this from Mrs. Waters: Iillib Murders In Cold Blood. Lato In tho tamo month ho entered the town of San Andres, Chihuahua, nnd assaulted tho house of Seuor Sabas Murga an lmclcndado, who, with his two sons, tried to defend themselves. Two of his nephews were killed, but tho Murgas got away. Villa than got hold of two sons Inlaw or Murgn who had not taken any part In tho light, and after torturing them to say where their father In law hud hidden his monoy, ho had them killed Towards the end of the month Ilia's band took the town of Sta. Husa Ila, Chihuahua, Bhooting all prisoners nnd treating the principal officers with terrlblo cruelty Colonel 1'ueblcclta wns shot and his body dragged along the streets of tho town Tho commercial houses of Messrs, Vlscontl, Snrll, (Ma Harlnera, Sordo y Hlanco (Spaniards) and many others were totally sacked. Many prhatu persons wore murdered, one of the worst cases being that of a Spaniard, Scnor Mon tllla, cashier of tho house of Cordo y Blanco, who was shot over tho head of his wife, who tried to detend him Villa personally kicked hor In the face as she lay on the dend body of her husband, He r.lso himself killed a Senor Ramos, secretnr) of the court of first urn The Kind You Have Always Bought jp ALCOHOL-- 3 PEH CENT AVegelablc Preparation forAs similatlng iheFoodandRegula-lin- g the Stomachs and DWls cl" Bears the Signature of ICTM?firaH7nMXl Promotes Digeslion.Chccrful nessandRest Contains neither Opiuni.Morph.ine nor Mineral f. .r In Not T'arc otic !, rou DrSAfrvrimvrsR perfect Remedy forConshpa-lio. Sour Slomach.Diarrlwea, Worms .Convulsions Je vcri and LOSS OF SlXEP A n T Ai sh-ne- ss Use For Over 'A Facsimile Signature of Covpamv. Tut Centaur Thirty Years NEW YORK Instance thlsone from Haddock: fc-m- alo KK KF It alear M t Immigration figures show that tho BODulation of Canada increased dur ing 19 IS. by tho addition of 400.000J new settlors from the United states and Europo. Most of these have cone on farms in provinces or xviamtooa, Saskatchewan and Alberta. nji. Lord Will am Percy, an Enclisli Noblerrsn. Th nnuilNlltlei and ODDOrtunltles offered ( Carudlsn West are so Infinitely j trailer than Uiose wniea wi in ursianu. it seems absurd to think that people.) that should bo Impeded from coming to the J country where they can most easuy certainly Improve their position. New districts are being opened up. which nlll make acceswbla a steal number ol homesteads In districts j specially adapted to mixed (arm- lng" and s rain raising. For Illustrated literature and, reduced railway rates, apply to I Supt. ol Immigration. Ottawa, I Canada, or to by tho his lot and n lot where plaintiff pastured his cattle was broken, took no steps to repair It and tho following day plnlntlff's heifers passed through tho broken fence and reached a lot lylnu south of both of such lots and there cropped grass which had been poisoned In tho mixing of a spray for potato lues. In consequence of which part of them died Defendant did not kn,ow that tho potatoes had been spraed, or that any poison had been spilled on the grass and could not h.no anticipated that some person might have scattered poison about the grass there It was held, assuming defendant's negligence, that It was not tho proximate caubo of Injury Overworked. appeared that defendant, after notice that a division wire fence between ' The papers are publishing stories of Dr. Weir Mitchell. This Is one of tho test W.S.NETHERY IntarurbeinBldB. Columbus, Ohio Cwllaa Gefal A(at HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR GINSENG AND GULDEN SEAL WHITE FOR OUR PRICE LIST of them Ono day a patient came Into his offleo and found him closing a large bundle of letters. "All reblgnatlons from committees or boards," he said gleefully "I'm going to get oft all them. I have told my wife that when I die 1 want her to" put on my tombstone, 'Cotnmltteed to tho grave1'" Church- - I BACH FUR CO., CHICAGO DAISYFLY KILLER .rtuVS. ?& DMI, or. fllti. CIMO, tint, Liberia, Africa, are of a bright-reand they are ery conspicuous In the moonlight "Well, for being conspicuous In the moonlight the've got nothing on our d In Evidence. bee some of the cats In naiuenUI.eoDfaBitnt. cbaap. Last all cats oer here." nil. , uaaa or ImtUl.raa'tfplllortlp ISOLD SOUSES. ISO Constipation ciuves min serious It is thoroughly mreil by Doctor 1'iene's TleaMnt Pellet. One a Iaxatie. for lallmrtlc Ad. thne tt Datala in rtpnwi rid fwr it Smalra, H. T. Ml t - X RRkI 8uty ud 60a. J.cljrt to vrtuiicovi dandruff. Fits Raat Ariiis CjAat and toilet HAIR BALSAM prcpsu-atlo- PARKER'S Knowledge is power, )et sotuo olQ Tnalds aro alnglo becauso they know too much. happy tliat'e Red Make the laundro Hall Dlue Mnl.es clear Cruf white tlotliw. All good grocers. Adv. One wuy to dodge a breach of prom-Ikbuit Is to buy a wedding ring. e of turrit Hair. toCray or f 1 DO e. UrurstUU. ra Jr od HAL I'AMICN ANDAGKNTr. fortMclahlrt laruwn. man harawaru, paint, drug elorra roofer, a.. 4aJilui aat aW . . ... at VfrUtt ltBimlUtr)y. Alc&inu to HUbiuona, Vi ,. Dr. rrrry'tf Vermifuge 'Dead Rhot" Mill uttHi and 1'n,M.;MAUiuUM1illhil7 hour. Iter UlrgtUIlS rbollt,lowol price bur nun?, and riprU Wurma lu a vrrj h Alr. fcMurrd New app. arvnee, rrfHl urtf-14 Mf llats)r It takes a sensible woman to generate silence W. N. U., CINCINNATI, NO. 14. For Convenience, Economy and Safety Use the ?&' "NEW BOSS" Blue Flaiao, Wick Oil Stove Hums ordinary Kerosene Oil, lljlitx up Invtonlly like gut bums H jHlfrclly bluu tljiue without (UioLs or wlor 1lilnt-ntel- r hot lire enablrsjou to cook, luske, fry or Iron as qulcl ly as oa u gaistuse. Jutssfinil4sut) aa sn oil lamp, tuft to o)K-rtTim sl-- s S, 8 ud 4 burum r wllliuut blsb wsnnlujj wltli for CsUlotf, Write tcHli Ms4 bf IB lliwfm Ooirii. KM ooiit uiwl Aim Umilumu, wtuo vtk l 1 fi (f if II 3 UluMOIITunk bin llurnrr wllU vVlmT TOff H f n Tim Intrns 4 tu ' K oQlik rwsulu Sm iUrs rikiil;lustyDr cvlitu( vkkknl, firing jutl. If H V Vv ti4r, hf in Di S4V- - U I 1 Sold by Dealers Everywhere t sl.lsaHYWsakv. 1HMliA j II ISMISaMsaTITsaaMsaftlsTMiTi,saTsl1sasaWsa1sa1saTsaWsWss. - Massacre at Casas Grandes. In July, 1913, Villa took lasas Guaranteed under the Foodasjj Grandes, Chihuahua, and shot moro Exact Copy of Wrapper. than HO noncombatants, lolatlng several oung girls, amongst them two young ladles named Castillo. What He Feared. Cause of Death. He attached and took tho town of J wns Murine n 'lerv violent thun- "You say jour automobile didn't San Andres, which was held by the dead derstorm In which the lightning flasbe federals, In September, 1913, shooting touch this man. and yet he wab the were particularly vivid, terrifying ana many peaceable residents and more when ou picked him upr' shouted frequent prosecuting attorney bethan 160 prisoners, many "Do not be afraid, Tommle," said hla "That's my claim,' coolly retorted shooting ing women and children. In "My machine didn't mother, "our Father In heaven holds the prisoner these people, In order to economize the lightning In his hands " cartridges, he placed one behind thu touch him "Yes, I know he does, mother, but "And you were driving not over 1! other up to five at one time, very few then, you see, lightning Is so quick miles an hour?" The of them being killed outright and slippery that I am afraid he might "Not over 12 miles and " bodies ot the dead and wounded were you saw this man start to let some of It get away from him when "And then soaked with petroleum and cross he don't mean to." the street?" thrown Into bonfires prepared for tbo "Yes." purpose. The prisoners were forced Tough! "Did jou blow )our horn?" thomsehes to make tho bonfire and Gent (to proprietor of restaurant) "I did" cover with petroleum the rest of tho Your family has been established her "What sort of a horn is It?" lctlms "One of those newfangled clatter-boxe- s a long time eh? After this he went to the small town Proprietor Yes, sir; the business that create a sound that Is a of Catrelas, where he took prisoner .i cross between a shriek and a djlng belonged to my grandfather man of more than seventy years of Gent And did this fowl belong to age, nmncd Jobo Dolores Moreno, de- wall" You simply scared him, too' "That explains It manding from him a ransom of $200. the man to death." As ho could not pay Villa killed him with his own hand On Holiday. Are Your Kidneys Weak? All His Prisoners Shot. While letting his uncle in thecoun-- , 29, 1913, Villa, hatOn September Yon may have kidney trouble and not try Wllllo was much Interetsed In know it The only signs may be occaing overpowered a forco of oer D00 watching the ducks "tipping up" in a w jaaajpaaajawWs' sional twinges in the small of tho back, federals commanded bj General Ahl-ic- z pond constant lameness, dizzy spells or some at Atlles, llftcen kilometers from most all joung ones, aren't "Thej 're anooyingirregularityofthekidney action. Torreon, had eerj prisoner shot to his undo thej ?" ho observed laaaHK But no sign of kidney trouble can be old ones . Villa ha3 shot In Chihuahua 150 non- the 're "Why. no, bo Kidney disease moves greater number being What makes they are' safely ignored combatants, the ou think rapidlv It leads to dropsy, gravel, i . not leate for young?" UUIMI j poor peoplo who could Bright's disease, rheumatism. they want of means or because "I thought the were oung, ' Willie If ) ou suspect that your kidneys are thought thej ran no risks, as they took explained, "becaubo the don't seem use Doan's Kidney Pills, slugcWi. " no part in politics, for all tho people to be able to swim without upsetting which have relieved thousands. In any way connected with tho governSaturda Journal An Ohio Case ment had left before Villa entered the Mra. A. T Duvall. Special mention may be made Modern Danclnp; New cit pt. It tun IIS li ft2rrl Columbui pprinc aaia: O, Tb leading Hipcrt and Instructor In Jw Tori Ignacio Irlgoven of the case of Senor felr - I nut! "For ten yeara I hadI Ink) though Cltr. wrltM: the"Iar powder to bt Utaien kidney trouble. and Senor Jobe A. Ynnez, who, FoirrUsr, Buffered from a tor tn paat h .JMy jiri It U s blelna tu I iZmBmMZnmFS.. In no way connected wlth politics, all nbo are compelled tn bo on their feet. 1 dance pain In TOr ui wr r s AT.Lr dally, and back and nt tlmei 'JiLfsTaW ' 1 were taken by Villa and tortured for eight or ten boor mj feel coul, and that friction i atoop or uLeJ th ruuT.BiBE teem couldn't several da) a with threats to shoot from the hoe, pre Tenta eorn and Sore, Aching feU I atralghten. " tired Doan a recommend It tu all my pnpll " them until they paid ransoms of B. IMtn'tlBR 1IAIXAMORK Kidney Pllla nxed (!ltnd Addreaa AlUnS Oloute4,LelU)J.h each. Having obtained from Villa pimple HUE. me up In rood ahape The, rain himself safe conducts to leave b left my back and J iXtsdBBH&HaaaaaHBftw'' No Need. svi train for the border, the train In which alnce then I haven't had one tlcn of It they were was caught up at MonteSmith My wife is wearing the new comlnc back." . jks XJpV3sV9bawiS .i- - 3K.W. zuma by a locomotive, lu which were trouber skirt 1b ours J Box Any Score. 60 CUt DoaVa at Jones (sadly) Sho doesn't need to betoral officers In Villa's confidence, deputy She's been wearing tho old klud ever headed by an called Miguel Ilaca llonqulllo, who since we were married FOSTERMILDURN CO, BUFFALO. N.Y. took them from tho train and shot Their Share. Gen. Francisco Villa. them In the presence of the passen"I see where fnshlonables had a gers , lng mules aud horses In the United horte-bactea In Washington. I won States, and selling them In Chihuahua. der If the horbes got any of It" Broken Hydroplane at 8ea. In consequenco of tome disagreement "Oh, 1 guess each horse there had a A broken hydroplane was picked up v.n. tlmu In uihn th liver I. ho shot and killed Heza In broad daybit." right the stomach and bowels are right. light, while sitting lu tho plaza In ths at sua off tho north const of Scotland During tho early about a w i ek ago by tho traw ler Lord Cily of Chlhuahuu. inilecl Ak fur Red Cross CARTER'S LITTLE Don't 1 part of Not ember, 1910, he attacked Durham, when outward bound for the Hall lllue Milken IxMutiful wl.ib clothes. IIVFR P LLS porAdv. all good proicr At gentlybutfirmlycom r tho factory of a Mr. Soto, In Allende, Ashing off tho Faroe Islands. The pel a lazy nvcr iu stato of Chihuahua, aud killed the tion Is about 16 feet in length, but ARTEK5 Is easier to bear n lot than It Is do its duty. It liy threatening the latter's tliero aro no Identification marks It owner. VITTLC to pa "or one Cures Con daughter he forced her to show w here has been deposited .with tho rucetNer to raise tho mone laaayr sjivtrv atipetion. In- - Baaaaaaaaaar There appears or $11,000. which of wrecks at Grimsby bidiiis. sho had hidden a sum I digestion, Rore Eye. (Irannltted Kyellda aud Btlea to bo some mystery lu connection with promt lly healed with Roman Kya considho stole and used for arming a Sick Vajw&t AdT H,lrliA- - car Ho then Joined Ma- the matter The admiralty hare sta erable force. and Diatreaa Alter bating. dera's revolution, uniting his bund tions In Orkne) and at Cromarty, but aud SMALL PILL, SMALL DOSE, SMALL rtUCI, A muu ma niurr for inone In Junuarj, no far as Is known publicly thcro hat with Urblna's column numan for alimon 1911, ho was at Casus Ornndea, Chi- been nu accident of a kind to leave .. Genuine must bear Signature portion ot a hdroplane floating in the huahua, where ho killed Carlos An body can dye successfully with It will bo recollected that and Lus Orlts for refuslug to water. Dyes Adv Putnam Kadi-lespay him tho money ho demanded for some timo ago there was an accident Cromarty to a pilot who had taken their ransom. At Uutopllas, btato of at RELIEVES Only a fool would take u straight k1 ftvaCrn "73 SORE EYES Chihuahua, In IVbruan of tho same the first lord of the ndmlrulty up Tor Up from u crook. year ho tortured a lady named Senora several flights there, but the machine Maria do la Luz tlomez until ho made was not H;ft In tho sea Tho exact her pay him $30,000. She died from placo where tho part ot the lijdro tho effects of the barbarous treatment plane wus picked up Is uot given, aud unless there has been an unreported . she received naval mishap, It Is Impossible to acOutrages at Juarez. When Cludad Juarez was taken count for the And, It may bo rculled from tbo fedxials lu Ma, 1913, he that at various times, us far north as Aro "Dancer Sicnals" tho human system's method of Riving warnkllld Scnor Ignac'o Oomoz 0ola, a Shetland and south to the lluchun ing that tho blood has become lmioverishod and circulation poor. mau of over nUt) t'ars of age, under coast, and espcclMI) In Orkney, In this condition tho human body is almost powerless to resist tfc of strange aircraft heard at Ilalng the following circumstance. more serious Ulneta. Don't delay. You need Tho storlvs v. era sunt for him, Villa asked whether he night were rife had any urum In his house ami on never authenticated, and wcro generIn auy case, they sujtng ho hud not, Villa, 'who was ally disbelieved seated on a table," drew his revolver happened so long ago that tho alleged and shot him dead. After rifling tho airships of that time can hardly bo It gets to work Immediately at the seat ot your troublo tho Stoinuoh. corpse of luuuuy and uluublta It was commoted with tho Iord Durham's It lends a helping band, llelpa to digest the food. Tones up theatomach. Food U properly assimilated and Boon brings back normal conditions. freight t'irowii Into tho Etnit turned lito rich, red blood. Every organ U strengthened and every tiatua After tho trlvmph or thu resolution. A Needless Question. Villa, lu Xovnubor, 1911, obtained a Made from roots taken from our great American forcaU. Try this "Did ou have any ancestors on tbo monopoly from tho (hen governor of remedy now. Sold by Medicine Dealer. In liquid or tablet form or scud Mo to Dr. narcn'a Invulkl Hotel, UulTalo, N. Y., tor trial box. Chihuahua (or tho salo of meat In. tho Mayflower?" "Medical Adrtr"ol 10M ain You can baTetliacsBapiel "What a foolish question to ask. city of Chihuahua, which he procured by amassa; Vt. Itere Slo Ut wrapateg M t You'vo never heard me boasting that by ntcallm cattle from tho neighbor jrouTm ing farms, Suspecting uuo of his sub t had. h , "Pe-rlco- CASTORIA i J i k 1 sLaHv aaaav' M i I KiMHB 2iiHL ?w fi'uaVsBsWi lx, aotl-erl- ho iuivl WVlBBSalMii' $20,-00- 1 alaa 4 i IWsIVtJl 'x DOAN'SKrDAEsY Make the Liver Do its Duty tn 'ri s I I i Mj& isasHl Ual-aai- I 1 Ala-torr- s A lyai I PIMPUES BOILS CARBUNCLES f ACHES CHILLS PAINS 1 I 1 ' Golden Medical Discovery BR. PIERCE'S J Iwawl-frrv-- - I 1 ( mUBfw-1- - '" "" " ' P""""B S!"swtaaaaBJsjacmjSawyitaittaaa4aaaBaW ir j '' V' 'iH. - ' ' , t" JAtJVQCATI m v Uu ..v COUNTY CORRESPONDENCE WftKRSN (by Mutt) position with the Southern Company Will Wilson is the guest Kentucky State Fair VWt.L IB HELD AT twt r 12th Agonal yy AUT901OBILE TIRES AT FACTORY PRICES SA Vfc PROM no to ft) PKR CENT. Mining LOUISVILLE Sept. 14 J 5, 16,17, 1 8, 9. '14 1 Tire a2x.T :iOx3V4 Tube V SS McCormnck, ot' oIiasoii City, spent Tuesday in Warren came down from Anchor Monday afctcnoon on business W W Dalton Mine Inspector Perry Cole Warren this week of Mrs Howard today WANT ADS $ 7.20 7.80 32x314 34.X3W .fl.C. l.Ofl 2.80 2.95 3.00 ' was in R C I'aitin, of Wheeler, spent Sun day in warren with friends J L We.itcriFchl was in I'incville on business for a few das this week Mrs W W Suead was visiting home jolks in Harbourville for a few days last week S R Jennings, Vice I 'resident of the Carter Coal Co, of Johnson City, spent a' lew days in Warren this week WHEN PURCHASING n Piano you SWAN LAKE want the very best. Let us quote you our prices before you buy. (BySherlcyl Our instruments come direct from fnctpry to you no middleman's Mr and Mrs I.uthcr Adams were profit. in Harbourville Saturday on busi WATSON PIANO CO., ness. T. A. Watson, Gen. Mgr., Little Miss I.elia Lcwallen, of Phone 194, Corbin, Ky. Harbourville, is the guest of relatives here this week. SALESMAN WANTED-$7fi.- OO per Chns Campbell, of Lindsay, month and alt expenses to begin. church here Sunday. Experience not absolutely necessary.. Take orders from dealers Miss Stella Partin is visiting relalor Cigarettes, Cigars, Smoking tives at Mackey Bend this week. and Chewing Tobaccos. Mis;.cs Maggie and Martha Ter' Penn Tobacco Co., rell were the guests ol Mrs A M Station O, New York, N. Y. Terrell Thursday afternoon. 32x 33x4 34x4 30x5 34x4V4 30x4V4 37x4V 10.80 11.90 12.40 13.70 14.80 10.80 17.85 U1.7C tfii5r!f''?I 'SHEW ' aB 3.35 3.50 3.00 3 OP Robert Heddow, of Harbourville, Miss Maty MeXeil was the guest was visiting Ir and Mrs Sucail last of Miss llattie Detherage Sunday. week Mr and Mrs W R Raney and son Uillie were the guests of Miss I.iicy Tiusley in Harbourville last Sunda Urand Mrs Snead hail as their guest reeentlv Miss Rose Parker, of Poplar Creek, who formerly taught school in Warren Miss Jessie Mayhew Wnrren last Saturday to the school situation and charge of the ichool this position of asistant has filled yet Drew Faulkner, Chns and Ernest Jackson attended singing at Rngle school house Sundny evening. Misses Iva and Lula Jackson were guests of Maggie Terrell Sunday. Mr and Mrs R M Jackson were guests of relatives in Harbourville came to Saturday. t look over Mrs. Sillar Fiiltz spent Sunday will have with Mi-- , (i W b.uideis. Drop a Card to- :fall The Mesdames Sue and eanette Faulk-wer- e not been CO. guests of Mrs KHen Faulkner CORBTN, Sunday. Mrs W K Rnuey is going to have as Mary McNeil visited Lula Jackson her guest the latter part of this week Tuesday evening. Miss l.uey Tinslev, of Harbourville, who is very popular in Warren, and Willie Jackson visited Herbert her many friends will be delighted Powell Sunday. BUY to see lurin Camp again Jns. King, ol Bnrbourville, was THE VERY O Billiard, W C Martin. C F here Sunday. Cheap paint soon cracks and peels Raney and Ij 0 Branaiu spent a few A Killian. of Poplar Creek, spent off, and is neither useful nor ornamen days on the river at Arteimis fishing Saturdav and Sunday with relatives tal. You can have a guarantee of highest last week They took with them here. quality and of absolute satisfaction if you the barber, to make a Simpson, will buy nothing else but Chas Terrell spent Sunday with close shave in helping to land the home folks, the first in about a year, "big ones" and nlo Williams, the coal loader, to help bring home the his business being so arranged that Finishes, Stains and Varnishes bacon, but sad to relate, this wa. he spends most every Sunday on And they will cost you 25ft less than other high grade FOR SALE A modern house and the same old joke "All the big Indian Creek. brands. Tell us your paint needs today and wo will lot, cheap. Situated on Depot st. ones got oil the line" and just a few send you our PAINT BOOK free. It gives prices and has eight rooms, halls up and sun grannies were all tiny could other valuable information. find down stairs, bath. Plumbed for Beautiful and Colored Kentucky Paint Mf'g Company, ( By Paul ) water, gas and electricity. New(Incorporated) ly painted and in good repair. 513 W. Mark! SI. Joe Jarvis, of Elys, 'is here this Many are rich, rare, pictures of Call on or address, CObMAR LOUISVILLE, week BEAUTIFUL MODELS AND W. H. McDonald. KY. (By Sherley) ACTRESSES Harbourville, Ky. Frank and Dave Hopkins were Also a We are having some hot weather visiting on Big Richland Creek Sat' here now, FOUNTAIN PEN urday and JSuudav All for only Happy Marriages Cobnar is going to have a game Corn is selling for a dollar a bushThe greatest bargain in beautiful of ball Sunday. el here and innv go higher Are the results of knowing the laws ttstFTttm:?sifcyw rjir.-r- j. an cards and rare art pictures ever of health and nature. All the Born to the wile of Ebb Jones a Rev 0 M Cobb, ot Woolum, passoffered. Many are hard to obtain knowledge a young man or woman, title 10 pound girl. Mother and ed through here last week and have sold singly for the price wife or daughter should have, is babe doing well. we ask for all. These will go quickly Mrs Liza Gibson is very sick this contained in the People's Medical Mrs Nealy Wiley is visiting home week to all lovers of the beautilul in naAdviser, by R. V. Pierce, M. D. to the folks in Tennessee who appreciate rare art picTye Lewis, of Hopper, was in our This big Home Doctor Book con- ture tures of well developed models. Mrs Hilt barnett has been on the town last week taining 1008 pages with engravings A reliable self filling fountain pen sick list but is nble to be out ngain Dr T W ones, of Harbourville, and colored plates, and bound in free with each order. These alone Mrs Ethel Wolf has returned from was called to see John Smith's wife in cloth, (nearly 700,000 copies in stores. have sold for formerly sold for $1.50 each), is long visit to home folks in Vir- at this place last week a The 100 beautiful cards and pen sent Free to any one sending 31 one ginia all for but f)0e and 10c in stamps Miss Flossie Cole is at home from cent stamps to prepay cost of wrapMrs Pete Ellison has returned the B II I We are oil glad to see for postage. ping and postage. There are no from a visit to home folks Flossie conditions to this offer and the ART PORTRAYAL CO. DAYTON, OHIO. Will some give a cure for chick Henry Cobb, of Woollum, made, a reader must not associate this book en cholera? Boil white oak bark business trip to this place Inst week with the advertising pamphlets preThe Modern, Durable--, Flat Oil Finish and put the ooze in water lor' the Henry Bennett, of Horn Branch, pared by quacks throughout the PRRR London Necklace the chickens to drink problem of frequent redecorat!nj. Pee Get aountry. Address, GG2 Washington was here lust week Bracelet ."Kvebu Thaw" ftOLVES the Walls are quickly restored to original beauty. St, Buffalo, N. Y. C II Kerney was slightly injured Kr 24soft,decp,vervetycolorstoelectirom. J nines Blevins, of Woolum, passed These two beautilul pieces of popin the mines through here last week enroute to FREE ILLUSTRATED BOOK ular jewelry arc the craze among Miss Lettie Castle has accepted a Richland " The Modern Method of Finishing WaHr" contains practical suggestions and color plsns for every improved farm society women in .New ork and FOR SALE-W- U Co., Incorporoom. Write l'easlee-Gaulbeconsisting of 180 acres ; CO acres the largest cities. They are neat rated, Louisville, Ky., for Book, or ask us. elegant gold finished articles Day (July lth) to rePATRIOTIC SERVICES pendence good bottomland; 20 acres good and Croley Hdw. & Groc. Co. new their allegiance to their meadow; new G room dwelling; j that will gladen the heart of every SHOULD BE HELD BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY country and to their flag, ami to good girl or woman, no matter how barn and out buildings; young or old. Very stylish and athear a sermon dealing with the good wells and running ANNUALLY water. question of civic and religious Located one mile from Hock-hol- tractive. ifHM Ouk Fkuk &'1m:k. We are adver-tisinA suggestion litis boon mudo by liberty, the patriotic feeling in Whitley County. For Si'Kaumint Ciiitwi.sc. Gum J. Calllson Furniture Co. wus duly our country would receive a new terms and further particulars Freedom (Joint IS'o. 3, Guardians udjudged bankrupt; uiul tliut the und desire to place a big box ol first niuetlug of creditors will be of Liberty, of Norfolk, Va that impetus and at the same time phone or address, this fine healthful gum into every held at MlddleHboro, Ky., ou (he ono Sunday of each your bo f.ct thoso wlio are endeavoring to home. It sweetens the breath-whit- ens J. T. Kerr, 26th day of May, llit-tRt U o'clock. the teeth and aids diges- Pirst Meeting of Creditors In the forenoon of said (lav. ut which apart as u patriotic duy for tlu subvert the Government of these Williamsburg, Ky. or the time the said creditor may attend, In the District Court tion. It is refreshing nnd pleasing United States in the interest of Care Gentry Hotel. purposo of holding patriotic Kt--r prove their olulnia, j to all. To eVery one sending us United States tor the East- tee,, exiunlnu tla uppolut u truswould bankrupt, mid vices that will muplmsin the to cover snipbut 5Uc and District of Ky. ern truiBuot mieh otlmr busiut-s- s as may fundamental principles upon first be checked, and finally comping costs we will ship a big bo. properly come before said meetluu Dizziness, Vertigo, (blind stag. This 16th day of May, I0M. which this country iB founded, pletely routed. of 20 regular oc puckuges of the of the pa gers) sallow complexion, flatulence Spearmint Until anil include the ele Iu the mutter of ) In llankruptoy Will you in behalf W. W. TINSLHY, RtlUrtt and explain the meaning of sep ) V. J. Caimon of a torpid liver, No Evangel-icuIn Bankruptcy, gant, l are ynaptoms Furniture Co., ) arntion of State and Church, free triotic cause invite all ' UuiikrupU. ) Nu..WJ. B0OICKEEP1NG ministers in the United one can leel well while the liver is "Tango" necklace and "Evelyn dom of conscience, freedom of Builluuui Plunaflpultu To tliti creditors of W, J. GaMUon ZZVSZ2i.VZZllZVl States to preach a patriotic ser inactiTC. HER BINE is a powerful Thaw" bracelet absolutely free. speech, etc. 1 irEWKUIMlUi x. liver stimulant. A dose or two will Furniture Co. of MWdlesboro, Id This offer is for a short time only. TELEGRAP HY $Ykey believe that, if all trni- - mon and hold patriotic services Bell county and district 'iiforosald, oauae all billion symptom to dis- Dealers pot allowed to accept this. .SNH rHIUSINIUI a bankrupt. anwMiiitnvm; viueucuim huiciu on Sunday. June 28th, of this appear. Try it. Prke COc. SW by 4i. UNITED SALES CO.' Notloo hereby giveti that o tb mwrif on bucIi a day, preferably year and every year hereafter. . ." J, FraakHawn. y of May, mi, thwjiaW W.' P. 0. Box 101. mit Dayton. Ohio. Yours for true Anieriwnto. k. I- - 5.10 5.90 Non-SkiAll other sizes in stock. tires 15 per cent additional, red tubes ten per cent above gray. All new, clean, fresh, guaranteed tires. Best standard and independent makes. Buy direct from us nnd save money. 5 per cent discount if payment in full accompanies each order. C. 0. D. on 10 per cent deposit. Allowing examination. WANTED Toung ladies to learn TIRE FAOTOIUKS SAT.KSCO. Depot A. Dayton, Ohio. typesetting and printing. This is a nice business and any girl can earn from $0.00 to $15 00 per EVERYTHING A MAN NEEDS week here at home. I can use two or three ladies and give them steady employment. Call on or $1- Complete f having Outfit -- $1 lO-Artic- les -address, W. H. McDonald, Editor Advocate, Harbourville, Ky. To advertise our Universal ShavFOR SALE-- A fine black mare, 5 ing Outfit nnd Universal Products years old, 16 hands high, weight V?e will for a limited time only, 1,200 pounds, works in harness. send this well worth $3.00 Shaving We sell our progood saddler, goes a natural run Outfit for $1.00, ning-walShe is offered at $300, ducts to tl e consumer direct and a sacrifice price. Will be glad to therefore you save all agents' profits which as you know are very large. show you this animal. See me. 1 Hollow Ground Razor. W. H. McDonald, 1 Lather Brush. BnrbouJville, Ky. 1 Razor Strop, Canvas Back. 1 Nickel Easel Back Mirror.., FOR RENT-Anei- ght room dwelling h 1 Barber Towel. on College Street. New and in good 1 Bar Shaving Soap. condition, is plumbed for water and 1 Box Talcum Powder. bath, electric lights, gas for cooking 1 Docorated China Mug. and lighting throughout, good gar 1 Aluminum Barber Comb. den and out houses. Will rent this 1 Bristle Hair Brush. place for $15 per month. Call Each outfit packed in n neat box or address, $1.00. Coin or Money Order, postW. H. McDonald, age 10c extra. or Miss Bertha Lane, UNIVERSAL PRODUCT CO. Harbourville, Ky. Dayton, Ohio. 37x4 19.85 21.50 24 90 4.85 4 90 d PIANOS Save from $5o to $100 on high grade Pianos dealing with ORGANS y agent's profit or big OR CASH. ft THE WATSON MUSIC CO. factory to your homes. rents for you to pay. - Factory representative, delivers them direct from INo " lO ON EASY PAYMENTS, Don't send your money away from home, and buy Cheap Pianos. BUY AT HOME and GET HOME TREATMENT. THE WATSON MUSIC 'KENTUCKY. 33-inc- BEST Silver Seal Paints spruit News. lOO POST CARDS ITeAS Self-Fillin- g Nothing Appeals More Artistic Taste than Beaut- one-doll- ifully Decorated Walls and Ceilings "ta" ef) Hb&l rt MM 4 d. g Notice I'olitico-Kcclesiasticis- iu-cen- , '. - ('$l4y )at preceding Inde