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 --\lAERSVILLL\ MAGOFFiX COUNTV. KENTUCKY. TKIjr..SUAY. FEURLARY 5. 1*14. 



VVHOfJ": NUMBER IOC. 



Ohio & Kentuclcy; A Romantie Marriagd. ; HQWAN COUNTY 

RfylWSV. Miss Thai) Llp.fn. B.V 'ti-.« laily. 



AnlNcky RimHri Cfrdi. 

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lisliing T:iE Mov.M .iiNF.Ki:. Sh ' 
hnd bet'ii educate^t nl »iit' lomol 



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type. Emin EUin then l ou(rhtjq„|terisB «rk blc and aliiw«t nn-!iniT for tb*  »?Jj»v | yra . im-H: 
t?ie pafwr and Mirie Phaihe -on-ireaaonalile. B«t tkm a for' Dlnjim-v.-'s "The Tr.iiinnc ' 

tiiiinfu JO live w jth th«n i^iid be- th-? biJlirr haf h«tr. wiouuht »o oi ChHdr-u" $l.tlO 

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;l'fTe is :.i) int^-liKent. kiw Control that Ihm  \.»ck Iw iw 

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«.» \ h.'i. tip Wttcrs •"«•»- ' . : -i • . - ■ - '^''«^ Normal Chil.i 

(^r, Mr.", fi. ti. D.u i(!-'oi , \\':i9. 
ilanidl in l.'y ili :i(i'l .sht- v .vuM- [ {i; 
I ni'ined tohiT iioi side, Miss ri'.a ' i* j ;|, 
' ..TirH • with liw ttiiU hdjK'.l nur.s 
U-:- i;r.til  l(.Ktli. Yoliiu'cr I'ii 

viflM.n. then int.be IJ. S. arm.*', j yearly every dttaw In worhii.jf th»t evu-v countv aurjorinl.-iKi.'ni 
I way at the btdaidc of hia mothiT. | hr the bett*. mf nt o: afff^ira' in plarp a copv of \hfi ahovt- njimu! 

• laii'l. a?elnK.MieB Phoefco. fell in i the ccimty pt-ncrally, senwili book.'; in Mi.. ;,f,- lil r  

' If.v*" witll Iiev Rt flrtit sijib*. i (or tl^o weal of itio.-,c nrar hiti ,.nc,-, -o ihai le.i. fur.-, laav iuu- 



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.ncnt to nnrry (i^ la 
tim.- ;i. the aii.ny extiu .i Aa^ ; all ovtr liu- fouii'v. 'i'luw 



im.l liiially thai li;S r.w ii pri ir,!- accr-s to ih'.-ia. "(J i v- i inn ii 
fs are pri. «Mi' iSV. An ! i. uis ii r '(Jiijr,.jjv"' ;ii th.- «,\;iniiii.ii;(iii3 

11 I'.UI A ill h" lalceti rniiii .said 



Magoffin : Inwtitttte 

A a AURTIN. PtlMi^t. 



1^ Ift the Ideal School fur MuKuffin County 
m Rejr* ami Girl*. 

Good Che^ Board. 

ChrittiMi Environments. 

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tl,'- -v-;!!!!. jinii Yomi'.:. r vc'Mrr.ci \ i^^.i^ ^vh,. l.Bve l)t.cn reitmiurat.  i ; kwoti.^. Inquiiio.s teg»r(Unu the 
;(. hi« 1-. uinirnl i'l a' ^io.viHiii.a workinu for both th.- m-a'al ; Readinir Oircto or ordera fur 

the luuw iivjnt. liis time i\-i„nd the mHterial devciopmeni, booka ahonid be dfreetcd to R. a 
l.ii ..'.i .klxiut thP fir«t o) tho «'.';ir ^ d they an- wdrkinK in eoneerl. '. Bobank. Mwiaser, r^xinRton. 

Y'i'jra trulv. 



si .-klciut thp first o) tho  'i';ir 
and h • l u'»ten»'rt home U rtiali.-.o ; r„e reault ia that b^t«r {^o•d^ 

ih - 1 ..i*^.iramai;oii t.i H)eJM |»-. hfrU, tter sehoil houses ikti.J hctter 
ic."^shed. He-ft.and his brid.'-'t.;,aiv:  lijldin^r. ;ii- li, r«l(» 
:r.'vbe wiih her »;strr nt f'.'Jiino! ,.,.1,..^ ti,;^,, th.- i.c,-.' '!o;. 



Musk and Teachers' Special 
Training CourRe. 



|City, ai.d fh i -. ii i i; !-'.--\k , 
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;.co TO. 



J. S, 

BARiiER: SH(?P 



UP-TO-DATE SERVICE 
HOT m COLD BATHS. 



BANK BUILDING 
SALYCRHVIUE. KY. 



ItABKMnvM II I. ;-, I 

J. W. iRt.LvVND. 
VVlOKtjrVt; l-IUKKTl . 

Stat^ Bfiard of KKiiminers. 

Ikiih the Kenluoliy F.ilui'nlionul • 
tht i. h  u-' 8 *\\jw* neathuat a;ul Asrwiation and Ma^coffin ('uunty 
lit lie  (nu.e uiTt y. I:i;.;i)ly :iit-l-. j„ tU-ir eo king rhey hav leani- Kdueatlmal Aaaoriation stand for 
lecti.al and of rair a .e)iVi|  i»h- 'o eeonoRK-ze, albit they in-- "oetter tramed and b-ti.-r p-'.id 
x,w Mi. K-iniz « fiHti«rnal rtaiinh- i (xo.ji.ce miuiy now and psIstaWe ! t.etebeiR " Tli.^ MaKoHin   cniy 
t )V. ■.♦e «ibh h«- nml h«r eh-jfift!i' jij,' , (,,,,, ^oo.l lal.it bpRrt«'iraf licra wcret'oyrly p»idin li l». 
|bflpn»a(:eaproi| . i. u.jandple.Hi-' .the;,. .„;,) y.\^^.f^, ^yp^.,., (,.,„. 

•Id .ii.liiM. y aioil^ lilV.s p.lthway. \!„cur..!).-MMi Im- j.mi.s -r.,, - • (. ■ 
I- Hiix.l (; wn Ihralil. .I-fS^HTi fl .woi . 'Ih - n.. i .. -. 

rni'ilatinj; Ih ' '.\-inii)lp -.v lici 
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If ficffRiifliBiiff^Biaiaagta^ 



Weekly Letters 



Itncetit.l / 
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a nnmlicr of lh ' l.i'-Kf 
liav'- \-KlfU in pi":i(l '.i 
This will fiirtlii i i '.'. luce 



SEE USEFULNESS OF CAMEL 

Importotinn tJ Annual In'o This C'lun* 
try Mft/ Bt t-rouuclivr of » Gi-e«l 
of Qood. 




Collier's 

Tht . Actional ■ Weehly 

I -. . Fi»«t Time 

;Collie|-i'il» Cluba 

I Until tills ycsr 

' ' ■ if.J ialiJ.SO. N*w 

lli« pria- i-i «2 .'.U 
..I  . . Ii. . I'll r»-.l 
ln.v.-;. r-M-M ..1' u- 
by (-.1-1 ul.i r iL 

rwluctiua ill coii- 
_ jMilioa nrliii tbis 

" ^ |Hibl!oation. 

Special OMwr la Our Reader* 

'."l . fci-.'inir III* ifrtU deiiMf)': t-^r CWfcV, '■ 
! » *• PM«, w  Kai/ctit«d* nr:. I nn'.'ti.   . 
■ ifci »r itd -lur I'viii i iiblic)tiioii --i ' S' . f'l-   . 
■*»• , .:( • «' fMhiv'tiikni'' 'i t - 1.1 ii.,.ii' .! 
. ■ 1 ij I .CI .•.,-ri..l- . f.i ,.M 

Wbat You Gel Collie r'i 

Cblii«. '» fa .1 e r*n^ '  i*. 'iwtf p'lx) •n", h ■ ; 
V - V lilt*! olc riiufliri'. .\it"i:.\ ; f 

■...o : t iIi/^-.'^ han4t   ok ttu ii .  ..l u •  
•i.ai #1  •} I • t v.Mt UHnUy. AnMnn lh ) 



Don't Grov/I, Mollis. 

J; ill L i-.i a i;n v.'!i;i-. Sivii • i (-•)- 
iW»nUive - to fT«t. ii"-'' of a 

jiii-hty ii-.-1e of .'Vfiylhin;':; to 
I run ai'cinst Wiarp p.-rnpr.s un..- j 
i ili )av!i('fa. lo tniir.rr.. Hull of the • 
tH'.reiiifth sptmt ill ttii'wliriK wo'-ld 
lutton i ei thiiiKa right. You may ; 
!r8 well make np your m nd t   be-   
iipn w iih tr^at no » nc ever f u d| 
itiic w-.i M i|.j'te ?« he  -.• iii'i .ik 
til : ' ■•' • :! • 
'of l!"' '( ulil 

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: liili (I.:!]-" I'M 

|..|)'i- O L" 

arrt u Hhirte! 



hijiwe^ if some o 
distri.-'fs! can can 
.■\r» you for ii 7 

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oii -ael! ; bat (ion i 
Krunible. If the work he ils d.i 
ing, you tan do It ne\w uiina 
about Lr.i;t 'nii ••• -.vho  iiitht to 
liavi". il- - .1 ''ii.ii t. I' 
w.-rkt'"'!' ri.: - ,* tii'-v:-!' 
.smoftli iiw.iy l-ii ...nt h :ia 
rtni-h ui) til. j -I.J tlrr. . L i. rs 
leavo iiuL . T^i.-v ar • .in.' .ru' 
pea- o- LM,. 1 . a.i'i aio vvoilh 
v.l.oi:' r •Kiii'fiii "r p"oivler». - 

Ei^per/c (^ariiage Biii. 

A liili 1 11!- ii;- 11 d .-.iti-'l ' y U y- 
iwenlativi ! i iU' .cult, oi" hi^u:'- 
pon oi-nty, in tbv' i.ae.xbi ot 
ciwenie marriu. eit. 



ih.  «al it ii.8 fur IWd. Th.-r.- are . Giffoni. 
lokv ;£i pauper schools in our I j. A. and Dock Oney hav 
i.i'i.e ail i.ti.)ii aiiilooi-fcf t'..-.ui. iouunly. The teaehckH ran be been h .ldiiii; a «Mi«aof muetlnirx 
end toolM Miice fa«tt«r «nd naoiie-HMtter paid and naere ehiWeeB at the ( . ii  i s.-do 1 bl.•.l^ ■•. 
abundant «t5^. To-be brief, the; can be properly supr)lle ! with: „„ ^, , ,. 

lii'k ('.inipl. I- n a.ul :'.viit.»-' lli. 
(•jrriiriK ofdrilli iM to lictfiu l« riiiir. 

.\||.-. .Miirf.'ii Silycr visit 
\nv. h.T (I:iii;rhti r. Mi n. K(i  i- 

A Pinch o' Salt, Waiter, j^^^^'^^^^^^'''' '^'« '^'"' i'- 

An int ?rp.'?tiiip:and remarkai ! »i'^' 

ami'y an- th.- ShrlL-^. John. VV'il 
iiani an.i Maiv .^lifll, ImuI'iii-- 
U'ld si-t.fr, li-.mtr on Cm .'■"h'!i 
cret-k, in I  .-diii ciaiiity, wlicn- 
they have r-sided for nearly a 
century. Unci ^ John Slioll ia rn- 
yutml to be 113 yeani old and hy 

pii.foKuktii ia ami'ler. ofjenttio" a' Pa.try (mt mv«ic. 

wati-nnill on Cut 8hin. He \ \w in h f no iif.- ii«4ii  i 

hai^' uiii'Ji- a rut.- 'o n ;t 1 wiiiw -'O rr 
•lie; 11 i...| I" f..ni»- niu»ic ill 1. i' I ..ftr" 
■ . . I'll- p rliiiii» 111* I'.M . lit 

HI)' br^lll •IllW ll l  |lhl' li vlOUlll 11 MM 

1,-iT. 1" L V»i.' ncMvi- itiiT.ii»h I. 



Nr\. H .-..rii. 
II;.- .-H.n. I i . 

.'uuulrj vixl 



, , people -ppear to hav3 been "bom 
a:ai:'." Mrs. St -wart, odiVir of; 

th;- .\Ioi'eh(-n.| Mo'iiiliii'u -r. ha« ' 
lici-(i lariteiy re-;pii| lor 
t!.is happy Ir nsfiiiiniitioi.. ii' 
■io'i .1, f'Ji- 'hrii h'-r ii t'hl Krho il- 
\v r.' s alilish 'd, au'i it w .s her ■ 
oi;. netiam tl at attracted iin'n , 
and witnen over 'ixty years i | 
ill.le acy to «».  in and learn,' 
iinti njv llliterey haabtien near-j 
b it rata ■. It wa* her nr her 
' »t 'lai'-n a'ity ihat Introdiwd 
111 t-v. 11 ' an 1 CO   i % r;c'ioola 

• bu-ii l _Vr lio.MI I't' .-^-ic'n vtsl i'li 
' .!l '..l..!' • t • 'h'- li.a d .iiui In::- 
' .. s ij;' that iiioun'aiii roan" •. 

T -M her iiifliiune.! oo/n cl-il-a 
V.1 rt oiv i.ii;'. d to vnc.-urago iii- 
(•-liisent a;v'ie dtur ■. And t wa.-i 



The Gilford Tel^'phonft f'nm- 
P my has ita n»terial in and con-- 

im-:i.-''^ today »■«  bull I il ■ I II' 



fr.itii tl." ItiHii't-i-.'. Hint 

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 lt uii..ll  al.'U uud 111' 
['p-aMl CO  k«4 ha aair vl« with lti» 
iiM-fnl nnw. Thii oamfil niiwi to llvn 

i.n 111!. ( ..riltni'.i.l i.. v.-»rjl .i»-.m« 

II.- «.i   .iiiV.i :i. 1. r ili-hrum ►lr»Jl 

hj Ihr ic. II I* h imhI ih»i bn niity 

II. k^ 11(1 ibi- thri-U'l. of lli  wh«r» h» 
loft dir. Tile I-.IUI"' I. i-iir.'iiK.l) u»» 
ful. Kill Hiib. iKi '.kithoul liiti'i I' lilt 
.11- lit* ifc;i.#*»-. I'HruilH iiiIIk iti,ik.-i IV- 
(-i*U*-liI 'lii't.ki., .-iTi.l ^lt;t..N ri.,iii . II. III! 
laniil'i- liiilr i.r.- Mpl. r,.li.|  ..i. rini  
fur (.1.1 Kt.'ui !t-iii. 11. .1 I't.-i.hi .if 

• -Xa'l-rU' 111*- I'tlllll'l III HI 1 lu l. - lU**- 
plniKl 

I'.'i li.liw. li..vN'fi*r ihr I»'".t 'I . of 

III. - . ivTtM-l ilJ I'.f 'lu uri .-ii 'irii'l.. 
Ill iiiu- II. h iii'ti. IU..HI iif il.ii. 111.. 
Ilkvb In riiriirl liKW (tifflt-iill II in fur 



Inmi Salyeiaviile to lu.-utu m » t-nm-i u. «- »iir..ii»tii .h.. cf ih» 

, , , , r'-rdl.i liT ^^l'«•. ..iiM.|  h.';iii li  

Johiicon fork. „„„^,. ,,,, „, .,.„. ., 

lut-nis Hill! .11' -n II "4 



Feb. 



I'. UI... .iiiall.   ^ alU 

nriii ttvi'iHia KHii 

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Uifu Jier that f.oi:)-i« plan'.eo 



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appl.' ire*.* to w- 
^ - i 'loul hiliaii'iti'. 
. lio e haK 
Kuod work. -Hazel 



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Grammar. 



active aitmany p 'oi)lo;itiiev:.|ii - , 
:!ve Ibv in William, C'lmnoil- 
i.ii.'wn us ■■fT'i i(. l;i|i." i • po. ■ 

111'.', ••  I'.'i.i.i ill » ,'. I ii-i 
h*!alth nn'l ii^ M l y .e l " a 
nutr. of lii.-i \.-a«M. ' A'u.r r.l .i-.- 

, . |Sh 'li," V.'h.i li:i  II vcr li. - Il I 111- 

'''"'1 i ried, ia Itvl. and. like her broib-. 
crs, ia a remarkable pemonHsre, ' 
well prea «rvsd for a woman of ' 
her as^ and ha j every indication 



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11. It.!. '.. -   ... 'I '., . 1' I' '. ■'. .1 ^- ■'■ 'iJ 
rkiiiit I'l iliu iiil.'lUirl. uiKl ri,r n pi ili 
Kbly til ib« niaral vharMUir, br ••- 
ImIiIIii« tiM' •lautkMMl |Hiil of  wr aa 
lar»— Oharlv* 'twrwla. 



CuUier'a . . 



,$2.50/ '•^•'"yl 



of livini; many year* yet. The 
I \v hen the wriUr waa a ;.eda.Tf.»f i ..^ „  f^ , y,. within a ru- 

;sh.- ULodtoitnin-tBsup«iniliebo « ji„j, aj^,,,, ., |,;,;f a p,,!,. „fj 

It wov dea Uiat no «mn.  i ^...^ . „ , n,a„ an.i alv.'.iya u.ic l 
elerk shall i«.u« a .«••«• "We f hi. ihr omtrh 

i-eiue unless there is nlr.d ^''t-'' 
liim at the lini*.' Uie certificate ol 
!T-|nilabl'' physician residinjr 



Dog Mti' In O.nnai./. 

Tliu usti at tli.. .loub at  io?  m • 
(aoe for BMB I* bni.illllM .:i lllr.i  ll tn 
0«rmiuiy, m-«» !•. Uri cup i-l. l ' rlla 
Kriii.i iircPfif. til • (ii-i iimB vd-ItliiK- 
iiiuii '.'( |..n« iiiiiiK- i-"r. - ii.i-ii- u i.'il  
■iiirio*! ixirtlna .if Im 'lu l!' tml 
«bll - aixonv ooanuiiiHii ibuu'iiiui* vt 



1f*C U|. Itflil ll.l'Alt 
l''■ll|.^.. ll'ir.l.i Hl.'f.- 
IImI 'll'. « t'llwill'l .'1 .1 tl '-.'■' - .'I |.H 
vulnli*'.! 111.,! .I'l*. .'1. '...'I t ^1 ,.MIU 

iin'l ihua tm umIuI hi .iilii-r ni4..i UiMI 
I.I xiUflP iu'ral) uintnrlil amTlxn.— 
J.lli.. 

"P«m'«" Llttli- Jeke. 
t....-''.r liuilrr. tlii- uiwil'-i' "f 1 rlii- 
11'. vim «!-  i'iii«ri;iiu* i h.v lh« llnr- 
ruv. nuhifil.lUiii i.'Ct'Ttlly. t.il.l uii In 
l»rnallii|( uto.'r of l'.iliu. rni. ii II" 

mnittl'.'ri'fj. bi. rtttiU.  "." .p U Uu.v 

whmi Pkliui riLou wxaL 11 rMunl lb« 
' whiili' iiiii. HiUliK-moa KkllniHMi 
iinv'Ti -r.ii i ih« CaubrMiv h( ii» U* 
I nil '. ..ml mil for tft'o huuift In hia 
il'iiiii'ii llfiHiina to ib« ap»«liwi. 
Dp »mt .me m tbu aud aot a Mt 
; abwhiHl lu aiitrli. muiI ilood wllb th* 
noviTuon anil • uumbflr of lb« bojfii 
itad b«Kaa t« a|wafc. 
I 'OiM'ior HatUr. " lit «M.t 
uNd K.'i'l It waa "Mr." ButMr. "I 



V.'lll. 



iW" 



fai.'Vi)!':. 

Git.\I't; VINES. 
ASPARAGL'S. 

I'l I 'M '"-. 
I'HIiOX. 

Evetythiag for On-ha 1 
liiid Uarden. No ;, r'" i. 



' t 

1 the lii'in 

i-aii'i'iii pliy.vc-i!  -xuniin'i' 11(11 ol 
tlr r.ia'f nivi !..iiii(l liirn If. «• 
li-d ii «ny ron i.Mi icaliieor tru 



r. VVhll.. lIlHir 

.l.nl . t n i^n outi iib' of I....',.', ^,^.„,^ ... ..^^ ^ 

cointy, tftey we, witli'iut (loiitit, | |,^t ^„ ,u t vaUl r«! i ll/ tar, ,„„„ .,i„iuid b.: dturionwl aiialnat hit 
thrae fif tiw.^ldent and moat n.v l vaM fnmU. win ■ 

youthfu'i ai.d liC'tdid rone of _,_-|,-v»„' .,^.,,,1,. „, the Stati. i «— ^ - .*Bothnr an.ry «»« to lllnatrali. Iha 

raaraaDie ^.ipii in in. orar.e. | — — „„„..i iu»ie waa •vat- 

•mM Omlttlan. i ny paraiiual fiiuliui:. Ha raoMB- 

rdltor-'-Yna. V. .. Ii. /» nrraiiaod   har^d many yaais ««a meadaa a UtUa 

t-wo r»'trrt r-j in h.-iuil!f tin. ncaa j hoy rUln« on hhi aany. Ha wM to 

I'll, i rr-i in.' ' ii''. " t"i '-a"'' hlni: 

urr.- .   1.1 r.ir 11.   111/ "..iii'id 1 - 1 „iji I llio .voii .iiw.. ■ .lUh tka ksat 

lury UHO when that C'liJIily wad p»l'.i utM aiKitlier '« cm hlajaida III ulii. I b-illi.n- w» 



. , ,.,,,,..,i,1p lihvsician residinir ' . roarkabie ptmL' lU the btate. I 

'.. ir initab " phyaician th so erutchea and iiovcr had one i -o^^ 

IR 1^ th-^t ha:, -..ihi'i  h iJ^S*" .^^^^^^^ ,'m. thatffcS^iirreH are correctly r, 

1 i V B .B'.. : ^ , „ .,,„ d,y ' simp e d«'«\«. b«t thtj rem. .n- ^j,,.,, ^^.y ^..^b t . that .-o.in- 

* X^iUiJI^ ah:Str ^ a:,;.ir..l .o. ;:3i^^ t, f.,.n.T'.nn...s,.. n..rK. a ca- ' ^ ^ 



niH-d sotif similar one tu keep 

t I'.ui fnan f ayin:' ''I ■ •i n" ari'i 
"I havu 81V.'," "1 ta/.cii" and 



RTr. 

l,a '.'ti 

J' l'«l! 



mis -i ll' di.s^as' . or txplain. d u  Huch phraaaa.— M  reHaad Maoa- 

lie li'iiistle in pt i.soii the '-Xi. rtlij^jj;,,,. ,. 
: to wliich the male ia affected aad Ij., 
.the jirobabic ellei't th Taot up-ic' 

herwU' And the offsinliic of the 

marriafpi." The nxanarc doea 

no', apply to N «iroe4. 



icvii ^ «' F. Hir i.FN- i 
^ • i'.IEYF.Ri: bO:.i, I 



Ei»:ir'Klati.,tiliee crtt'l' ' y""" ' 
clit-ir i'f 'Ilia ti'ij/iKi'Svi I -: 
 'o r.'.i''; I II, '-a - i'l .l;ir k d'i 
.- .'it'i;''i V iij P'l'' til ' 'fi"! 
pl.t..- a:it visit -Jaci.so.i Ticned. 'Ua Newa. 



I Our younff fri 'nd, F-inin l-^lani. 
editor of Tit?; S.\Lvi:u.s\ ii.i.i: 
1. '. ' i': ri iiy w!io pvo i-ar?- Mci'NT.xiNKtf., \va. tbu r i-': ' "I' 
lees ill tMiir use of "took" and this editor Monday miflu. II   
"tak-a" would do well to heed ' had been up t. Ja -i..soii on b j ;i- 
tSe Kssfin r'.cardinv "aaw" aadliMws ar d. rnumini., h- te.iii!'.. d 
• »r.*f for tht- aakaof dsar'that niu,st .sp  n." 
-,-«.| ar.H po.v Lindley Murray ' '" y- ' 



npiietieftllv a foMiiL - Dianateh i "aaairji falaltvaa wko are »l«tH»f („ pUy nion. Do you •■ \th ih-m la 
praeucaiiy a roreai. uiapatcn. .. o .B.T- -i »t what mm 

hava yea aat to liauitla th'i awwa of) "No, eertalnly not." vmi. tha aaawar. 
the nealdaat hlDix-lrr" K.iii.^r~-N»-| ~|.aM MaM Oaiatia. 

body. roBfoq-id I, I IB'* itii'i* waal — — — 

MButhlBs I ti.it..i: I' lii'- • Ttmparatura tt Lava. 



til.' infill at • ■»- 
had k it Iii'i 'mr.Ni-. 
^, . .r ne-e lli rlio-i- "th  I' . . r 

n vr-. no. re (T uise Uiat *'ir i , j i^.^ ,nj honored ua 

ol i.i.rhari';. ' ' 



•IraiaM Wnm th* thauMar. 

"Wrll. MOV r. illr, M l. T. ..'rmll, I 
afciL.ti. i.l. Iv .11 » t l'  '.ii wiiulil 
ceiinller ib« lil  iil niiii," «'ilil IMldiid. 
"iMCbe liliB I'lr ni». won"! yon?" "I 
aunldi.'t.' 'Hid Mlaa iMvM wlta a 



d "-L.U-; aiih hi. ofim^y.-HaialGfeaa, ' 



Tlia taiiippratur* ot nr.v.lti)t lava 
waa inciiHor'-d dtirliiir ih- "ni'.'lon of 
Rtna lull Si.pU-iBliT tl. In.' II. HI-' 
•Ills « I'll ll !• rr .- rmllr iiyriuneter. 
Wh«T ! i; " liiva m-i.'. .'Illl glBWhH tat 
tnmprratui'iii ranrlnt 'rtiia 7M (a 
Mt aurri Cant vara ubdarraC 



Many 

choicf . 



people are M* from 



THE KENTUCKY MOUNTAINEER. SALYERSVILLE. KY. 




SERIA 

STORY 



lb. 



Isolated 
€k ntinent 



•r the 



•vNOPai*. 



for ftflv ) ari fh» rontlflMt of Xforth 
America ha^l h« ^n lnoUtm) rroTfl th« rMl 

nf tr.. wnrui i.^ 11,^ c.f Z-rftyi, • won- 
fi«-ifui f tjii. [i ..r iiiirinlbftl Prudent 
Thp Itnntitton hid Hiixfil the country 
from foFflKn ln\iii*1ori, and the rontlnent 
b«d t»#en unltnd utirtpr • »!»• Kovrrnwierit 
with Prudent •■ pinMinl. K"r h«lf n 
renturjr p«ftc« ana prosperity rel(ner) In 
Ihll Mrl af III* worlil. The ttory upenn 
With PrMMMilPrudent rrltlrally III llle 
W«lh to llBllCMd hy Ihe r Telpt (if u 
meeMffe from Tount "-n \V rtI -ri^l«-ln of 
Germany that he han it l.ij i ■ .■•■•(•■cl In 
penetrating tha rayt* I' iiik. wttrne 
nla daushter Aatra tlml iMx itfiinii a for 
elun llivaalnn. Me Irlle her In hurry t" 
the taland of rlrvnr. but  llrn Iwfi.n- h  
can tell the loeadfin of the plar*- A-Irn 
la nomlnnlfd fnr th ' prcalilf ti'V hy tti»- 
' nnltiii nh.l [larfy Niiiinii-nii Kdlmiri ' mIIh 
en Awfrt*. Inf.-iin'- ln-i thiil he witw ii pu- 
pil of li. r r,ilh. r  .111.1 i.roiiilM" In h"lp 
her II. kU... h.-r :i rli.K iii.t.h' ..f a ri*w 



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will «i.K.. till' 111.1.1.111 III flyhiK i-h. val 
ler ill I,.-i.n uppenrn In KiiroU' lit* "alia 
on von Werdenateln and nffera him the 
i»erret of maklna irnld In return for atwo- 

liil.- illHnrtnlimf nt and peair. The i-heval- 
ler In minpr. (. .I .,f l.» Inir no Aini.rl.-an. 
11. I-, n. u.-.I ,ir rili'M mid ..iiili-.l ..ff In 
iin -.r. '.|.|:.n. \.-li;i I- Iru. inriir:i I. .1 na 
t.r. «l.t. Ill SI'., r. . . I . rM. f.-nr' froin 

I-:. It- .Ml ^^),.,-■. 1... I. T,. . I. ... \i..irlfd 

h. r Iltr.l |.. I,i.« I,. . I ;i pi |. ..II. I fi.i 1 lyn 
mi. nil..! ..r, 11, .. |.|.,i,.l ..f ll..lK.,l!ii..t nil. I 
hMn hint .■-i-.ip.il II.- iirifiolilH en llinl Ihe 
eonfederaleil llrct nf Kiirnpe line ealhd 
for Amerfrn He prninlara to rail on her 
th.. f..llnwtnir iilifhl Coiinleen R.i-liiv n 

epv t...riiiti, .1 II i.rlNi.nrr In ti.i| f \' ■ ■\T 

li.f .p.il. ..II-. . i..t SI,, f .11 



SI,. 



1.1 



III 



allioil.l 1.. ..main' Itv Ih.. il*.- ..I lln 
worKu hi. eilliiiiii.iii' a .-nrloiis fl\ lim- inn 
rhln*. wlilrh n.e..|iil.lee a monnhi ..airl'- 
Re l-^i-api n anil n* lirtn hip iin pnnK'- I'. 
Aetra Killnoii ralle on ..\nlrn a., pi ..iiiUt'il 
He li-lle Imt his plan* f..r dif.'ii*.- have 
iKiii .omph li-il. hill Ihni h.. will Klv. full- 
er iloliill, at hill wi.rheh.ip on Hi.. iHlninl 
of nun.. Ill Ihe Pucldi- TIm-\ iiinke ihe 
trip III Hire., hoiire. III., plan., iii.- Imioil 
on the pei iiliarlly of llin new *uh*lHiii i- 
rlryiillli. which la llahter than any known 
metal and la practically Indaalrurtlble. 
The Ruropaana auccatid I* Mialnc tha 
line nf laolatlnn. but And that the Ameri- 
rane haye nmalillnhi-d n aernn.t one Kill 
Boii it. -111. I,, n II. it., to \on \\. .1.1. II. I. Ill 
In lilK n.itfniilp di'itiniMlliia thni lh«. n.il 
tHi ivlthilmwii P^dleoii le iiltn.ln.l hill 
by Ihe iiH." of «oin«. iii\ nil 1 lo.in p..\y. r hf 
deatroy* two warahlnw nn.l m-vt-ral lo-ro 

Slanea. Reallalnc hi* li..l|.leneiieiin U'l r 
enatein wlthdrawa lila fleet and i-oneeiitn 
to untvaraal dlaarmamant- Rdlion'a m..th 
•rla HI on tha Mand of Clryna. Counieo 
llnalnv nffera to ao and romfort her. hup 
Ina In dlftrover Kdlaon'e nei-relN Rlie tie- 
alne III wnavi' a ni-l around Hniiloe l u- 

pri 1. l-l.ln 'n HKelMlniil Tlo' i oiinleaa 

arte .1 Itllir fii.iii Wrrdenelniri offerllia 
her till' priiii I'doiii of Ri liomhiirii l.lthow 
fnr I':.ll....n*i- erricl l-Mlnon and 8antna 
elan III aeari li of a new depoalt of rlryn- 
1th, Ihelr aupply bclnir ulmoat exhauated. 
JM'*"' " °* " * ****** teh »n i hur« 



CHAPTER XV.— Centlnutil. 

"Ilavp you ever thniiithf of the fu 
turi'"" iiski'il Na|i(ili'(ili aftor w fcllonre 

1 lilin . .Napol 1 I havi. lliinichl. 

thai ^^hell *v have fhilKhi'd iiur lank, 
when we bave ilone the thlnna my 
father wlahcil done for the Kood of the 
riiHcil Hi.piihllcB, thru w«. iiiny rnliro 
111 Hint lihli' iBlan.l «hi TO mhii iiiullii i 
liven, niiU ri'al and be huppy uiiUI the 
tmk ot our day*. Tkar* your tenliu 
will create new, uaaftil Ulac* tkat 
a III make kuMaHy happiOTt things 
ihni will help •nMUaata potrartr and 



In'iir Elrl' I have a pieiiniiiitlon 
thai 111*, dii.vi* yiiii ili'i-aiii of ar*. attU 
far off. I hilt iluiHi' IntrtKUiTH In Ku- 
riipo RIO pInniiiiiK and HchemUiK and 
thai wilt 11 wo lonst (.xporl 11, Iniiilile 
»lll l.ri'ili Ki.r lllat roamip, I holii'Vi' 
It lieat to plan tiiir inarrliiKc now. 
Boiuti o( Um Jwtera over the ocean 
havii already bemin in diariiaa nur all 
tt:\tiiiii W illi Iii arl1(.t-H o iilt lnni " 

1 hoy nli.piii'll .lliil slii.'il Mh lil Inl 11 

Diotiu lit. then .\Htra li-aned her licati 
•a Napoleon'! ahouiaer and tenderly 
■ad lovingly ahe whiapered: 

"Your thought la my thought: I win 
k ilow wherever you lead." 

In Iho nieunttllH. thr aenMlroliniii. 
watt r;ip:.li  iiiarihK ('iiyn.' 

KobUiu had but nioilonlesK fur a 
ahort time, her mind revolving all ih. 
detalla of her plan. 

Bantoa aai yyiili hhada on the 
wheal, aye* kiiiiIkIii im wafd, walehlng 
the faint yellow i»h kIuw that marked 
the horlion. HIa heart throbbed with 
happluea*. He felt the preaenre of 
the woman who waa playUiR with hlin 

"Mr. Duprell" 

The dreniiiiiiK man turned toward 
the plvturo of bin drouina, letting the 
bird fly Ita nleuily, rapid courae. 

"Will yuu auawer ma a qneatlon, 
Mr. Ouprel?" the aaked appaatlagly, 

"A* many, counteaa, aa you wlah to 
aak." 

"rirat St all. pleaae call ax Roaltu 
aad I will call you Banloa." 

BanloB nodded. Ha IhmI ao mm 
power In analyia kar MottTaa. ha 

wani. ii III hoiieve la tkp tbiaia that 

were happening. 

"War* yon aver la love friend 
laatoar Bha loohad l«plaUy Into 

Santoa' aatoiilahed eyaa. 
"I never waa befoNw" ha ataauaered 

"Then you are, now?" 

8a II I on huddenly felt that weakueaa 
that eii\eloped him In the preacnce of 
the fair eouiiipnn loavo bun: bla deep 
lev*, hail iiiudi* lilni biuvi. 

'I am. counietia! I Idpoleaaly In 
love " llin voice wan puibt-tic, a lulng- 
Uag of longing and deapalr. 

"Wfer hopalaaair. aiy 4av teiaar 



' fnie had laid her hand nn hi* ami and 
lopented the guefttlon 

'Herauae I dare to love you, you; la 
mjr «aaa aat tHftlmmT Peor Santoa 
traoiMed under tfta ftrata of the paet 
half hour All at niire the deapalr, 
the *utroriMit ' and bin untold mlaery 
were awept away in the wave of hap- 
I plnea* eaaaod by Rcallta'a arm about 
' hla ahort neck. Ho embraced the ex- 
iiulalte woman *e ardently that ahe 
KulTered but ah* only replied wlib a 
sweet aenae-eatnaring amile. Santoa 
ill I lari'd 

I ' You have no Mea what power you 
poa*»*i over ■*. I am your alave 
Ton en make of me what you will, a 
I hero or a traitor I am ready to die 

for yi.ii 

It waa not neceaaary for Santoa to 
I tell ihia, Hoaitia kaaw her power 
j evan better than RaBtoa. 

I They were Hearing Ciryne. aad SaS- 
• loa tried lo regain hla iKirmal OOB- 
I poeure. Roaltta aald gravely: 
I "UKaa la M ay Wa aaat 
I be vaiT eanlhl what we do. t letra 
you and I want our Invr u  laat aa 

I hirig at. wi. lire Ydil nr. all ftl'.Iie. 

but 1 have powerful connectlona and 
itltl note powerful enemle* who 
woald prevent our happlnea*. For 
that reaaon we rauat plan carefully 
and uolil that happy time cornea, 
when we can allp away to that little 
home of oura, we niuat be dlacreet 
and eautlona. Do not tell of our love. 
I will meat yon whenever I can and 
we will laaea whan the way la riear." 

"I am yearib ajf daar Roaltta, but I 
know ay happlaaai wM ha toa p my 

love." 

Tha aoantaaa gaaad alialiM afeaad. 
her hand Htn aaalM la Baataar. She 

'■oiitlniied 

"I hhto iiren all aleaa. Tha' Preal- 
ileiit. Mr. KdlBOB and bla daar OMther 
have bean very good to me, but I have 

longed for aomeone to be my very 
own I have found yoii and n /w I am 
happy. Inilini ' 

i'CMild SalitoH li.'ivi' Hi on behind lliat 
artful Hrbi.mor's veil, bo would bayo 
recolled, horror-atrlcken. Mut be could 
only aaa lha taadar llfht la bar ayea, 
and bear the tovtag word* from bar 
Ilpa 

CHAPTER XVI. 

A New Prineaaa. 

.Vapoleon foiimi niiMtaolaa la th* 
way of obtaining ih.- proparty whara 
be had dlaeovered the dealrad alryaltb. 
Tha Oarmaa orowa dachurad It waa 
not for aale. He aaked for a loag 
Inane, and the right lo mine the Paab 
Huemi.g. but that would eonfllet With 
the lawa of IhiiiKarlan leuno aad rent- 
al rlKhtn 

Keallxlng that he never would ar 
rive at the actual worklag ot the mlno 
unlei* he took a decided itep, he paid 
a vlalt to the Count von Werdenatein 
ptrnoiially 

Thin time he croaaed the ocean In 
one of the neweat ■aillah llDor* that 
made the trip between New York and 
Mv« rpool In three daya 

rpon lilH arrhal in llerllii lie vlalted 
hla friend, Merr Kalmar, before he 
oven (ought a hotel. The Oerman 
waa very happy to **• the man with 
whom he had ao many pleaaant deal 
Inga. and readily explained the pollil 
ral tllunlion in Europe. He frankly 
■aid Ibul there waa poaaiblllty of an 
international diaturbanee: the people 
were happy, bat tha nobility, and. 
more partleiilarly, the Idle army and 
navy olllcorn. wore HKltatlnir the quea- 
tii'ii III ri.ntiiriiii: till' ntanitiiiK armlaa 
niHl aerial anil naval defennea, 

Napolaoa Uataaad ■lavaly to the 
opinion* of thia brara and broad 
nilndofl tniiii who wan doing all he 
iiiiil.i 111 •'nll»:liion Iho iiiiiple. He 
knew llerr Kalmar waa a perfaelly 
tniatworthy maa, lo ha told him abont 
bla difllcultle* In obtaining Peah 8ne- 

meg 

llerr Kalmar bald: "I ht'lieve that 
the I'lianeellcr. nolwltfaatanding hi* 




"Thiif Af* MfM, eaaai; I Waal 
Thea* Oeyalala," 

defeat la AaMrtaaa watara, ha* ro- 

talned the kalaer'a good will, and baa. 

no diiiilil di layi d nrilli-rn biraune he 
wiinl.il til tinil iiul wli   iin waul Ibe 
Heuk Sut meg nu badly llin aplea are 
prohaMy at work trying to aacerlaln 
tha value ot the Peak, ao that he can 
MUlie It for bin own purpoaea." 

Napoli oii ui know lodged tbia fact. 
"Thea yuu think the powera would 
not healtate to undo all I have done, 
that they would gladly take up arma 
axutn. and wage battle In Uod'a beau- 
tiful, eliar alrr 

"I certainly do!" waa Herr Kalmar * 
eiupbatlv auawer. 

"That makea it all the more Impera- 
tive that I carry out thi' paetum to 
Ibe letter I never could annwtr to 
liiatory. It I Win. to lir.ak my oalb ' 
He blghed. II war u larriid iiiui Iho 
air, It anyone nbuuid diavover the aa- 
arat of alryalth aad lb* 



I will And the meana ta atmftnini 

fliero ■■ III* fni e i.xprenni d grim d' 
termination and llerr Kalmar raapacl- 

man ot hla wetd. 

The rt^-ineollnr reroivf.d N'lpoleOD 
vr--. inril..i!!  

Napoleon Mated hla errand, briefly 
Ha toM Ika ooaat IhM h* waa anHou* 
to gala pontrol of lha property In 
Hungary that had belonged to the 
.Srhomburg 1.11 bow eatafe*. 

The count waa aoawwbat taken 
abaeh by thia dlraet Hatamaat He 
•aid. In hla anaveat manner; 

"May I af«k what eauaea your anxle 
ly In ii'Kard in that prfipfirty" To be 
ptrferlly frank. I nent my tioaf 
analybta there to anaay that peak, hop 
Ing to And the name of the mineral 
that latereata you, bat thay do not 
Bad anythlnc extraordinary- One of 
them ■aallona a peculiar qiiartr for 
BUtUon there that aomewhai maemblea 
tha mlaaral uaed In manufacturing 
■Inaa, hat thai la aU thoy aooM ■ad." 

"They are right, eomt. I waal 
thoae rryatal* " 

I nhall do my beet far you, hot 
you know bow importNl aw law* ara 
In roiafd to oalaM ttal Ml «P th* 
erowa." 

"Caa you not make aa a a aa p t l oa la 
thI* eaaer- 

The count ahook hla bead doubt- 
fully 

"Hla majeaty la the only one who 
Id I a* aanr ta aay Ikat yaar 
hoBor doa* not h ap paa ta ha*a Ha 

aympalhy." 
"Of rourae not; he iMaka I have 

clipped Ilia wingn!" Thia remark 
■lipped nnf iiiirxpertt.diy 

He look leave of tbo count and 
looked up flerr KalBMT ance mora 
and lold hlra many thing* that ahowed 
Ihe big 'lornian ho wan In Napoieon'a 
confldenro 

Shortly after thia he left for ICng- 
land, aad from thara for Naw York. 

r'ount von Werdenateln did not 
know ilio true yaiiio nf iheae cryafala. 
hill h" ulirowil « itouKh tti nurmiae 
that they won rnnnoiinl with Napo 
leon'a aerodrnii.nni.n. ilione wonderful 
blrda that voiniied lightning. Would 
they i y. I III hia7 "Bveiirthlac come* 
lo Ih. mail who wait*," ha thoaghl. 
and mado rmdy to roport the renult 

of hii- wiirl» In hi. inrijonly 

Aa he waa leaving the room, an ai 
taadaat naharad la a brlsht-oyad little 
BMa. wltfeeat aaaoaaa a aa at Tha olD 
ear axplalaod that ha aaaa fraa tha 
Coaataaa Raalny aad tha 
brow r loared 

Thi alloniliiiit w.is dial 
the count motioned lo a 
aaked tha meaaenger (a alt down. IB- 
•lead of complying, the young man 
iniik a par kak;i' from lila Innlde veftl 
pi.i k. i iinil li.-inil.il 11 In Iho rnunt H« 
nnw the handwriting of the counteaa 

Me carafally opaaad Ika aaalad a» 
velopa aad aitllafl dowa hofora hi* 
deak h* bagaa to read: 

"■It: The plana you outlined for 

my rondnri before I went to llelgo 

land ha\i' h.-KUii In develop 1 will. 

ahortly, know a few very Important 
thinga In ratard to lha 'aaiodtamaai'. 
with one of whlah yea, yonraelf, have 
had anme experience 

v^ hat do you think of ili. iii- u hat 
would yott think of being able to 
manntaotora Ihaa, lo fly oa Ihaai tha 
red. white aad Mack flag. Inatead of 
tho -iiara aad atrtpen* 

Villi may nil out Iho paiiorn that 
make the Counteaa ItuHlny the Prln- 
caaa ot Behomburg l.hhow. .ind I wlah 
you would have the eniatoa in Oer 
many and other rountriea tranaferred 
to me at once, aa I want to take poa I 
aenHlnii, particularly nf tho ohiale in 
iluti^viiy iti tho ni'iir iiiture 

"I'tana nhould be made to defend 
my nndartahlag, plana that will In- 
clude the manufacture of a flotilla ol 
aernilroinnnen I bariilv think the 
pri'ilili'iit i.f tho lnt. rtnitnin.il imiio 
cuniniiltee will Interrupt ua, but our 
greateat atrength will lla la balag 
ready for any emergenoy. 

"Tka time ot action I* almoal her*, 
bat H I* Impoealble tor m* to itat* 
the exact date juat now. Under no 
clrcumataiicea can I tell the outcome 
until the papera of poaaeaalon are In 
the handa of my legal advlaera. Her 
ren Konrail and Hnna Schwab of Ber 
lln rpnii ibelr iisfuranre that the 
llllo anil ih i ils nil' In p. rli o| eondi 
linn, your oxci'lloncy will hear from 
ine further. With the heat paraonal 
regnrda, I am. na ever. 

"Yniir obotlirnt nervant. 
"I'ountesn Itniiilta Knsiny 

'Iho rtiuiH'ollor'a feellngb, after be 
hail i'ari'fiilly read thia letter were a 
iiiinKlinK ni i-aturactlon and dlatruat 
lie roall'^od that ilio rounlenn had 
rii'Vt.rl.y laKon (nniiiiaiid. anil, notwitb- 
1. 11. 1. til. li. r bioniing aervlllty. ah* 

IH Ih. .III. til dictate and the cban- 
. . linr till nni' to obey- Ha glanced 
up at the liula maa who had hioaihi 
the letter. Ha waa alaadiac ataUdly 
waiting. 

ITO BB lX NTINDKIX) 




tfntbee Oraf 'a Nweet 

Bri-alt up c.iMe lo M 
Bra, Iieada«sto«, 

[ lH'ir.ler«, BIOVI 

f r,ir.'r wonaa. 

cbll.trenllliellwai. 




aaa ngelan «a 

Al all drufilata, Aftnplf^ ni»ll«4 I 

AddrvM, A. a. OtuaUd, Lc R07. N. Y. 



]«Mi*nt to t»ll* 
If foriyj»Wjfc 



fHE EXPERIMENT STATION BARN 
FOR ftE DING NEARS COMPUTiON 

OctaHti Omriplion of Modal Mm For PNtfin« tf Mttn In 

Car Load Lots— Contains Storage Room, ConcftM 
Silo and Othor Modern Equipment 



The new barn ai the Kenliiiky .AgrI 
eulfiiral Kxporiinent Statlnn. for the 
feeding of ateera in carload Iota, i* 
i«pidly aaarlag eoaiplelioa. Thia bolld- 
1* SI feet wid* and IM teat toag, 
A atorage room for the holding of cot 
'nn aoed meal, and for the grindiuK and 
weighing of feed, take* up 20 running 
faal at the eaat aad of ihia balldlag, A 
aoaarete alio, 1« by S« feat, ta altuated 
}B*t outalde of the eaat end of the barn 
and I* connected to aame by a chute 
to allow the atlaga aa It la pitched 
ftoiii Ihe alio to IhH ta tta floor of the 

barn. 

Tho ramaladar af the hora, IM r«a- 
ning feet, Ii nied for tha heaalng aad 

feeding of the iteer* and aa aiorn^e 
room for soughag* and com. An open 
•bed, II feet wide, with loft above, 
forma one aide of the building, and 
a monae and rat-proof com crib, !) feet 
a ide, forma Ihe other nlde of thenirur 
lure. These two diviaiona are coniii'ct , 
ed with a in-fnnt alley, wliieh riinn ihe 
oniiro linKlli nf tho liiulilini! Thi 
phed part of Ihe barn, which servea an 1 
a abalter tor the iteera, face* the 
*oi|tb, and la left open for the reaion | 
that It hM been determined that : 
nt^^^ra make belter naln'* in .in open 
ftlii'il than in a ringed nnr Tti'' sli. '1 



apace of the barn la diviiled into four 
equal parts, adjoining which are four 
concrete lota. 40 by IS feet, without 
aover. Thto dMalaa al lha ahada aad 
lota will allow tho faadlng of four aep 
arate carload lota of iteera on differ 
enl ratloaa, IhO relative valuea ol 
which feeda f*r tha production of eco- 
nomical galaa la walfht a* aaltio caa 
eaally be determined aad the reiultf 
publlahed There Ii ample room In 
thia barn for the itorage of a large 
amount of roughage, aa well aa a large 
anuiiint of rnrn and other conceiilratea 
The building ii ao arranged that the 
maa taediac tha aattia will aayar have 
to go out of deora for any of the feed 
Ing operationa ronnected with the ex 
la iiiMontn i'oiiflucted. \\'a:  r will hii 
Bupplled from the city water worka 
Large itoek aealea havo haea iaatalled 
at the eaat end of the bam. Thee« 
aealos are provided with a comblna 
lion Block and wagon rack, which al 
lows the wi'inlilnj{ of either catlle ol 
londn of liny ami Kfaiti without remov 
ing the rack from the seaU*. 

Tha balldlac will aocommodate th  
feeding of (0 two-year-old or 100 year 
line nieera B. ■. OOOD, 

Anitn.il lliinliaiultnan, KaBtaahy 

TH ntiH-n : S: :i Ml in. 



Early SufTragette. 

Militant minded women were known 
in Englaml before the iuffragettea, 

one of whom Ilea In Henry VII 'nehajh 
el — Margaret, countena of Hii hnionti, 
Ita bullder'a mother, with her braaa 
efllgy by Torrlglano. fhe hated tho 
Turk, and ahe made, aa Camden ro- 
porta, a aporting offer to the chlval- 
roua of her day "On the condition 
that pTini oK of ( ■hri^ten-Iom would 
comblno ttn niFoiyo., and march againat 
Ihe I'onimnn enemy, the Turk, ibe 
would moat willingly attend them aad 
be their laimdreai In ramp." That 
poeltinn of jHtitidrosa to the rruaadnr* 
would lia..' Ii. .'11 nn oa-iiv rino. fnr It 
waa the faabion to make vown ta 



WASTE LANDS BECOME PRODUCTIVE 
AFTER DRAINAGE IM PROVEMENT 

Some of the Benefits Which Come From Drainag* Are 
Prevention of Erosion— Soils Can B« Worked Earlier— 
Improves Plent Growth— Avoids Loss of Nitrogen 



tCALF TMHIMJ PVft YUM 

:i.  llanisnn .SI , Klyria. Ohio.— "My 
caae waa a acalp trouble. I Qrit v  
tload email boaohaa oa av Maip whMk 
eommeneed to Iteh aad I weaM 
■cratch them and In time they got 
larger, forming a icalo or noab with a 
Uttle pua, and ehuska of hair would 
loaM avi whaa 1 vaaM aataMI IkNi 
oK It oaaaad m» to loaa meat of mr 
hair. It beeama thin and dry and llfe- 
lesB. I waa troahled for over ten 
years with H oatil It got ao ha^ I waa 
aabamed to aa ta a Iwtar la V 
hair cut. 

"I tried everything I could get hold 

of, and . but received no 

cure until I commenced using flutlcu- 
ra Snap and t lnf iiii'iit when the scale 
I commenced to diaappear. The way 1 
used the CattOBia Soap aad OiatBMal 
waa to waah my acalp twice a day 
with warm water and Cuttcura Soap 
and rub on the Ciiticura Ointment. 1 
received benefit in a couple of wceka 
and waa cured la two laoatha." 
(Signed) F. J. Buiher, Jan. 2S, IIIS. 

Cutlcura Soap and Ointment aold 
throughout till' v.irid. Sampleofcacb 
tae.with 32-p. Skin Book. Addreaa poa» 
■aitit lBwa.Patt U— rtg B,"-Aeit 

Halplaf Him to Save- 
"How loBf la your doctor going to 
keep yoB oa a diet, until you are 
atrong T" 

"No, onUl hi* bin la paid," 



Laiy. 

"He waa very lazy. Mr. Perkina,' 
aald old Mrs. Jonna "1 luiiat aay m.i 
Brat huaband waa a very laty man.' 

"How lasy waa he?" I aaked. 

"Well, he waa ao laty, ICII. Mr 
lonen wa* ao laiy. that be wouldn'l 
thovel a path to tha tront gate." 

"How did he gel Iho palk haahoa 

out?" I aaked. 

"Ob. he used to lay on the louag* 
and plncb the baby'a ear wMh.tbe 
nippers unlU the Bolghhora nam* raab 
lug in tu trea4 dowa Ika aaaw."— Ill 
Herkina 



Putlle 

Chiillv What K the mattot. Pwnrk. 

deali hi't 

Kwuuk lib. t'hully. Ethel tells me 
•he lovae aaolher. 
("holly— What hard l«ek. after yout 

devotion' 

Fwank ilatil Iikk' Why. chnlly 
la the last aia uioaihs her father i 



lliH waato Inndu nf Kenlucky which 
boi iiine must iirnilin ' i yt- iifler llnpi nve* 
ment are tbose which are unproductive 
from tack of proper drainaaa. We 
have many araaa, iaeludlng river and 
creek holtom laad, dmlaaaa valleyi j 
and baalaa. aeepdfo areas, aad areas 
with ImpervloBB aubaolla where dralBrj 
ag* woald greatly Increaae production. | 

.'^oine of lha beneBta which come 
Irnni ittailiaKi' arc 

(U I'revenilou of eroaion. The 
partlelee ot earth la a water loakedl 
sell are easily aaparated from each 
other and are carried away by exi eaa 
aurtace drainage. Oood druinace. es 
peclally In clay aoUe. brluga about a 
poroua condition In the aurtace soil 1 
and Ibe eubsoll which permit* much' 
at the wster from rainfall to paraolata i 
through the soil Inatead of mnning I 
awT.y up iri tlie surface, 

l.'i Tillilli; adViiJituKoi. Woll 
drained lands can be worked earlier 
la apriagtlau than wet hwda. Thay I 
oaa alao bo cnltivated aooner after the ' 
aumOMr rains ilian umlrained null. 

(S) II furnlehoii  nniiitinn   noi i'S 
aary tor best plant gronib. Among 
th**s are aeration, beat, moistore aad j 
bacterial growth. A free circulation ot • 
air In soli is necessary for the oxida ' 
lion of vegetable matter, a proi eas 
which furnisheK plant fnnil fnr Ihe 
Kinw in^ imp I'onriy ilraiiit-ii snils 
are UHually 6oiir. IManu do not exteml 
their roola Into standing water In the | 
soil. I 

The evaporation of water ftnm the 
i o*l ia attended with Kioai less nf hoai. 
As much beat Is required to evupuraio ' 
one pound ot water aa to aaeeaaary to 
raise 966 pounda ot water through one | 
fleproe nf leinpernture. 

The molMttiro needed fnr pliint 
growth Ih capillary water, not water 
ilanding in the koII. If n sack of 
gravel were dipiied into water and 
thea removed and perinilled in drain, 
the molaturo remaining would icpre-j 
•eat capillary wat. r. l ai li itraiol reii | 
resenting a grain ni mhI 

The bacteria ul the noil which tlx 
nitresea directly from the air, alao 
the nitrogen uatng bacteria which are 
found in the nodules of the legume 
plants Fui b ai  cinver, cowpeai, aoy 
baana. alfulta, etc.. muat be provided 
with a liberal aapply ot oiygea from 
tho air ot the aoll la order to grow aad 
multiply, and lo perform the tnaetloa 
ot Ixlng nitrogen (or plant growth. 

Pick out the bena that ate iiiiended 
for the regular breeding pens. Ue 
•ura that the t aloel l aa to carafally 
made. 



Stabled dairy aowa abaald have two 

or iliKe hours darlac the aUddto part 
:i( ih  ila.y wbea they are left eallrely 

ulKliii'nrlK'd 

Don't change breeds. Keep lbs one 
I'ott have, aad uy to Improve iu Let 
the oihar toUaw do the expariatoat- 



(4) (iood drsinage also avoids th« 
loaa ot altiaaaa troaa tha aoU hy th« 

action of de-nitrifylng baotesto: It re 

duces the damage done by treeilni 
and heaving: ii increases the amount 
of available moisture tor plant 
growth: it increaae* the avallakk 
plant food in the aoll. 

B a e a a aa ot the above aamed baaaSti 
the drainage ot wet laada practleaUy 
assurea the prodaotloB of a crop ovory 
year. Aithuugh it might aeem other 
wise, a well drained aoll will prodiM* 
a lanar ytold thaa a poorly dralaad 
on* in a dry year as well a* in a wel 
one Hralnave also permits the cultl 
y.innn nf uiherwlae w'ortlilea« lands 
of let) making nucli areaa Itio innfit pro 
ductive of the farm. The addoO viok 
and aaving of labor from the drainage 
of wet lands ahould pay for the cost 
In from two to four years, and It may 
hi. said that the farmer who liaH prop 
erl  in.staDiii tilo drains where iii.iilet 
liaa never been known to regret the ex 
peaae. 

The beat kind of drainage on the 

farm ufi a rule la that sei iiroil li  lh€ 
rlnm-d liialli i he nla-n (lit. li .t  a tils 
agreeable means of , carrying w.iter 
especially In tilled Selds, and in all! 
or Hue clay soli the crumbling and 
washing of the banks always makes ii 
ilinii nil to keep tlie ditch well cleaned 
Utiish anil Wiiilb wlil.'h Krn\\ in thi 
ill I n illt.-h .11 1' al.sn a Ki eat liiniltMin i 
10 the flow of Water and preseiu u bat 
appearance oa any farm. The Jieal j 
form of cloaed drain Is that made froir ! 
hard ImriiiMl tile The sl/e In In. iisoi 
in .my sysfirn will vary Ki'i.i'l.^ ' I 
cundliiuna. but no tile with an iiianii 
diameter ot leaa thaa 4 iBcbea aboulu 
ever be used. It should be remem 
III red that the carrying cajiiiciiy of tilt 
v.iiu's as Ihc square of llie diaiiioier: 
for cxatuplo. an S-inch tiU- w ill   any 
four times the water of a 4 im li liie 
The coat of gond-burneii tile will vary 
according to ai/e from $13 to tl&U pel 
l.tltM) feet. In Kentucky, where th« 
present use of tile wiiulil hardly Justify 
t tie biiiliiin^- if {i!. Ill's loi- ; tie maou 
laciure of liie, brick luanufactarlni 
companlea ahould be eacoamgad U 
add Ihia branch of manutactnre to 
their imlu8tr ' 

II H KI.MHUi K. 
Department of Atcricuiture, Kentucky 
Kxparlmeat Btottoa. 

Thli artlria will he lollned by aaMharglT- 
loa diasrain,. eir.. lor whlsh lhaeals not miB- 
ciaut »l aca with i%lii cosr. 

Don't attempt to cut nut seyiinns ol 
tha enaibige, for it will apoil fur sev 
oral laehaa oa aU «tpaaad ildea. 



Kpltaph for a Trust. 

"Miss the tniHta!" aald Senator l,a 
FVillette at a lunclioon in W'uRlilngton. 
"Tea, oh, yes, when the trusts go well 
mlaa Ihaai— well mtaa them like tha 
widow. 

"A widow, at her late husband's 
funeral, happonod. during the buiial 
service, to drop her handkerchief toto 
the ofaa grava. 

"A yonng man gallantly olterad to 
leap down and gel the handkeraUal 
for her 

"But the widow ahook her haae. 
"Ho,- aha aald, leave It thara. I 
have doaa wltk tears aow.* " 



Aersplane Kepi aa Mamente. 

All that la left nf the hlstorle 
Wright biplune with which faJliruith 
P. Rodgera flew from the Atlantic to 
tho PaciSe two yeara aao I* to bo pi» 
aaalad to the Caraafle muioum at 
nitobnrBh hy the lata aviator's moth- 
ar. The auAlaa waa badly damaged 
wbea Rodgera fall to hi* death in th* 
Paeiflc ooeoB a abort time after eoai* 
pleting hi* wonderful flight. Suba» 
fluently It was used hy Andrew Drew 
until that a\iittor also waa killed with 
It. The machine baa been reatored to 
Ita original condition. Both Rodgera' 
and Fowler's Wright machlnea have 
motors of but .10 horsepower, yet they 
flew across tho continent In opposite 
illrectlons at a time when the aero- 
plane had not been equipped with the 
lOO-horsepower motor of today, which 
makes it much more stable, nor had 
It developed anywhere near the speed 
of which it haa since shown itself to 
be capable. 



woNomra WHY, 

POoad the Anevver Waa ■VoHba." 



Many imli'. .-^ii kly porsnn.4 wonder 
tor years why tbey have to suffer ao, 
aad aTeataally dlaeover that tha drag 
— ealfeine — In coffee 1* the main oanie 
of the trouble 

"I waa always vt ry fond of coffeo 
and drank It every day. I never bad 
much tieah and often wondered why I 
was always ao pale, thin and weak. 

"About fivi* years ago my healtb 
completely broke down and I wa* con- 
fined to my bed. .My Bimnuch was In 
(uch condition that t could hardly take 
BulBclent nourishment to austain lite. 

•Hartal thto itaM I waa drlaUa* 
eo«aa, dUat thiefc I oeaM «a wtthoaS 
It 

"Attar awhile I cam. to tkO IMiN 
aiae that ooBee was hurtlat h4 
decided to glv* It ap aad try Poatato. 

Whan It waa made right— dark aad 

rich— I soon became very fnnil of it 

"In one week I be^an t.. f' i I li 'It.T 
I could eat mora and sleep better. My 



A ohilt broaght oa hy tha addei | 
comiag la eoalaet with troaiy grouadj 
is apt lo ruin yaar haal row 



Due of the cause* tor weak lambs ii 
the rasail of compelling the pwa* i i 
live oa coarae fooda. 



Tka aUa keopa ika aowa tram drp 
toe«» 



wltMa Sva montha I looked aa4 trti 
Hke a naw being, headache spaUaaa* 
Hrely gone. 

"My health continued to tmpraia 
and today I am well and *tr«a(, i 
148 lbs- 1 attribute my present f 
to the llfe-glvtng qualltlea of Postum " 

Name given by Postum Co . Ilattic 
Creek, Mich. Read "The Road to 'W^ll- 
vUle." in pkgs. 

Pkstum now comes in two fonaa: 

Regular Postum— must be well 
boiled. 

Instsnt Postum- In a soluble pow- 
der .\ lea.^Iinoi.ful dl-^stilyii* iiulikly 

to a cup ot hot water and. with cream 
aad aaaar. nakaa a dellctaaa hova 



1 



I 



Tin miTUCKT MOUNTAINtn. lALmiVILLI. KT. 



BILL TOUCHES 

VITAL SUBIECT 



ILLITERACY COMMIMION PKO 
POSBD AND IMMRTANT 
WeNK PRItCRIMB. 



SFCAKCR OF THe HOUSE 



FARMERS I1R6E TAX EQUITY 



CommiMloner of AgrlCHKur* Sjyt 
They Will Iniitt Th** lnl»ngib!t 
Property Be Madt To Rear It; 
Share of Burden — R«»«lutions On 
OMth of RtprOMlKltUt Turlcy 

• llv Kl tK'sl W. IKIni P 

Frankfort, Ky.— The (.'oininUtM' 
KMtucky Statute* now bas before i' 
 ar remnimendatloii what la pro 

aoiinccd oup nt tlii- nio^t importanl 
matters of loKi^Iai ion iliat will becon* 
•IdereU liy the asHembly ut Ibia 




CUMKILAIIB'S 

NEEDS PRESSED 



IMPROVEMENT OF THE RIVER 
WILL INTRODUCE NEW ERA 
or MVILOMIINT. 



ROAO ENSINEERS 10 MEET 



OVEH THE STATE 



I no lilgh school ;u»(l pijU Tfl of 
ainuai'iiipnl ut Klpmliigabum were 
oloMd OB MTMat ol MarlatlM nt. 
dlphlbarla. 



il r Will* ln;iil. hHiii  r loAii iiiiir 
nlml uf I'limpion, was iri  d nii t»u 
chargea of aclllni whlakjr wlihoat n 
llrfnar. and waa flne  $ilO. 

Cumberlnnit iiml ll.irrnn rlrcra ar 
lower at Ihia •riimni ih:in for any Mk' 
period In thoir iiistoi.\ I.iitnlii'i 
•lave* and merrhnnillre are tloU u|i. 



Importart Subjects Arr To Be Consid- 
ered at Forthcoming Conference In 
FfWHifo rt J. A. Ml. KontMoky'a 

tVr. tera Xtwepaper Union Newe Service. 

■^omeraet. Kj. (ireai IntercBi la 
  .I'llfeated In tbiK scrtioii of Kpniiicky 
■'' "IV. that ale bflliK inail.' In 
Ml lo hivf iinill* I'll- 
. I * I 111 of the Ciiiiiberlaiid i lver 
■ntiMrUed. Consieaaman troia the 



Hon. Claode C. Tarrsll, r«»m«iu- atal» k**^ joined eiTorta In urglDS thia 

.[oereu oy lue '«»;""'"'*••' . tlve in the RenenI UMBbly from I work, Um krsnmeni b, ReneMSUdte 

?!.°":_T "..u 1?^.. " Trlmhlo , ouTny, l. mamutmnc an . n .^ W. Barker bef.*e the HouM Blr- 

ra and Hertiors Cfmnilltee betas the 

of the houae, 



referred In both branehei. la atyled ,^,1,^ ^^^^^^ ^ 

the ■•Keiinii'ky IIIIiimo y i Miirulys oii 
Act," and amoiin smou-'m .Mia. 
t^ira Wllsou Strain '. Ill 'I'll .'li. Ill, au- 
thor of the iiiuiiiiliKlH M hiiiiN fur 
adults iu the inuiintaii a I he iiieaMire 
proTldea for the creation o( a com- 
Bdaaion to be appointed bjr the gover 
•or, Membera are to receive no iiay 
for aarvlce, but their nei e^.^ary a\ 
poniea In gatberlns data are lo be 
defrayed by the atau. 



Mixed Board 1* ttlpulatad. 



New Bllla In the Heuaa. 

\i. .1 Knrrln-To appropriate |3,000 tu 
1 iiHiii,- th" 1'iHiiniii'yiiineni of the l*erry- 
viii,' I'liiiri-.lni.it.. iiiiinumeat to purchaee 
.ijiiitiiiii.il iiKiunii I'uMlo MoBiuneata 
mi lltNt.irlr ttci-urdn. 

.'..'in 1' I iiirT) — Act to amend acta of 
I Mj i -v.Kii'MK I'ltlea and towna to ctaM 
1.1 ,1 h ); iti.-  belong — Claaalflratiun of 

1 itli - til l 'I'liWIlH. 

.1 w liiiiiKl .M Ti  proviijr fur ri.iiini .ii 
liilM.iii t.j imjiili* friini eoiiimeri tut ;iij 

i.u.-iii.-  In and eollcg, » and tiu-.,!- 

ni'Mi llnivl•r fltl,■.^ - rilutH riilMTnlly ,iinl 
Niillilil! HeliiiiiU. 



Inat enrouracement to be receWed by 
c'linmplona o ' tbe I'roleet In tbia aer- 
'.lon. 

Hp iioluted out the advaiitHKeH tt at 
would follou 'r The lon-ei Ctiniberliuid 
were Iminiueil r.,i that riu-r tralMc 
could be carrteU on without internip- 
tlon tbe year round In and out of tbe 
Ohio rlrer. He eapeclally aaked that 
Ki.fflrieiH money lie appropriated to 
• .uniHe'e lin k K III TriKE rounty, a'ld 
that I be pi'ojeei that has been mapped 
out tor Improving the Ohio river lie 
piiabftd to completion. 

Kxeeiitloii of planK for the iinpnne 
inent of tbe fiimbei-Ianil will iittm 
(liK'e a i.ew era of development o\ ei a 
wide area. 



ROAO INOINIIRS TO MIKT. 



,„ . , I i_ _ » J u I. *„ ».» ' J. 'I' Webb — Tu lOpiHl itnil r»*-*n.*i't 

If such lioard la created It la to be „ui„p,.,|„n j „, sioiion uSi. Title la. 
comnoaed of Ave ijernona. men and 1 Chapter a. .vriiei,- 2 of civil iimie of fiao- 
, .u ^ .1. • „a.«* fee autliorlilnif a Irliil uf eiiully ea»e» by 

women. Including the Hnperintendent ! „r,ii teKilnmnv rn.leii .it fiiii iic,- 
of Pulilli- Iiiiilnieilon. « ho Khali be an i ■' I Wi-in. T.i Hineml I'lvii r.„t.- uf 

.... , , ,,1 1 I..... I'. Kill,, .Hill 1 '.Kul.illng milM .iK. lii;.i lU'- 

ex-oI!li'lii ll.eili'ier. Il «lll lie the liliiy ,,,,1,.,,, ,,,,,1..., .-..linut I'riut. .• 

Of the board to euiluet data and »ta- .M X "iilinii .Mailing it iini.iwiiil fi.r 

tutic* a. to the true condition! of the i i^j^f v,::;:;'-,;:;,,!;;. ■':;::;:?^j'z::, 

state with reKard to Its adult llliter- , I'uiiiie i iiiuicn 

acy, and re,,„r, ,„ ,!i,. ilem r:,! .^ssotn- ,;\,i,I'";;:;„,',',l,';ii""'' ' I Krnnkfort, Ky.-A s.i 1.;,. r ,„ ,. • ..-I, 

biy. The bill i -i,;.iiu . i .-^ ;li i e iininis- ! ^^ .I'l.i'-i- T.i .uuend IK t ciemiis membera of the Jon 111:11 . . ,11 
alon in iiial.e extensive rcearches In ' .'.H^V'i'lnVi^I^'inilllg" ,,';.''',.,V!Vl\m'ih.M ..1.11!.:. 1 

the rural dl.nrleta of the atate and lo .Miini. 11..U.11. ' invited, and a rec i n umi .1 . m ..i 
collect dala an to the true coiidltloiis 1',' i -McCreary. ..re .nrlu.lnl m me 

exiatent. It will be the duty of the I cieai" fnnil for proterilun agulnat nr« I proKiam of the meeting ol county 

cnmrnlsalon to devise ways and meana j '' Knvilir,' iimnmaS^o"r'«^^^^^^^^ i ■■ ""' '"n" ■■» '" ''" •'^W here liVbru- 

ii.,iii, s to pju(.ii »- law .liiili- ' ary 4 :ind 5 Toiiii   I'nr ilisriii»t iiiii 
Ineliide 



ol elini'iiatlnK illiteracy in so far as 
jins.-^ible. The eoinmliinlon"ri are oin- 
powciHd to receive and disburse eon- 
trlbutiona from private tonrcef. 



.1, Ni wni.in 'I'li Aatenil ;ii'l t,, furtlicr 
ivieul.ii,. Ill" Hiiriuu iif Agrleulluie, i,a- 
bor and Ht.ili.illi n .\grU-ultur,-. 

K. \'. Httll-Tii aint-nd Ixfnttirky Mliit- 
ut»'« it'liiiliiK 111 ih« powem uf City I'l iin 
L'il ,,f illlm uf mill class — Cltlea uf I'illli 
uii.i .Mi.,lh I'laMS. 

K \' Hall—To amend Kentucky iiihi- 
.iiK* I'.Uitlng 111 rates of toU over bridges 
.i. Hs.ina iitreains— Public Brldgea. 



iiiKji liii-lr 
.Vki ti'iiltiiri. 
II. .1. .M.y 



I'lyer- itequlrlna eountlea to fur- 
vsterlnary aurgaona — 



Taxing Intangible Preparty. 

At the meeting of tbe Joint revenue 
and taxation committee, Comniimaioner 
of Agriculture .1. W. Newman, apeak- 

inj? fur the farmers, said Jiey would -,, M.y. r. To regulate ll.iense and 
contiiili'f with disfavor any lax mailer Kon-in iis» of moioi vehicles- -i'ubllc 
that did not equallae tlie ljurdun of la.x- , '•';::"';,'";;|„!,',''"!,^„''!"„..„j ,„., ,,.|,,„„g ,,3 
atlon by bringing out the intangible "beeii iniiMi iry ana piuti iinr 11 » tax 

property. Col. Noel Qalnea auggeated | li'; " to ani. nd vital «ia 

'hat bnnI;R be taxed on 
rlvi'd liy ciipliatUiiiK ilu-ir iie; earn- 
^inRK. and i!'ii' disiilli-i .h ;-iiou!d be 
made* !o siviar tp ilt r o;i 1 h the amount 
cf v\li' !.:y on h.i;;il .t.^ a/^c and value. 



1 capital de- ilMii'i law I'libllc Health. 

' II i  iiiiii'ii.'iart— Act flaing Jtirlsdlc- 
iiuti oi  '. iiM  .ludgea In criminal cases— 

) 'I iinlii.il 1 .11 »'. 

II. li. iliiteliciaft — Amending Suction 
Iii^il. Kcntiteity Htatutes, fixing JurlMdle- 
lion .if  ]ii.ii lei 1  ciiiu ts and rt-gulallng 
aiitii ilH ill iivil ca.ifi* County and iMIy 

(.'ulirtjl. 

It it. liMl. liii.ifl .\iiiendinK ael er'e.it- 
Ing and i-at.iMI.-iiiina lioaid uf I 'omialK- 
eluni'iM tu tie known as Htatu lioaril of 
I'unliol of i-harllable Institullons — f'harlt- 



Oeath Causes Reeesa. 

Out of respect to the memory of 
Rcpreaentative Samuel J. Turley, of ai.li- institutions 

Moiiti;i;iMer\ rounty. who died bore 
f.illoi'. i'l.i; .1 s'roke of aiioplex). Ihe 
Iu)til4(i nii'l i^i'iia'e I")'!: ailjiiiirii"d over 
two ll.iys. Till ti:..:  111' I !•■ ie|ire 

aeniallve was taUeii 10 M:. Sierlini; 
under eacort of a Joint rommittee, 
where the funeral waa held. Resolu- 



It H Hull 111 iiift I'rovldllic for puy- 
'.11.1 "i iiruballon tiflleer In 
iiiu iiupii'uttun over 



J.ieKiflallun for Clood Uoails. (tood 
lloada from the Agrlenlturlat*' Stand- 
point, Barth Road ConatructloD and 
.Maintenance, Tha RelatioB of Good 
Roadf to Bdncatloiial Prosraaa. Im- 
portance and Melhoda of Drainage, 
Sand ( lay Roada, The Care and Uae of 
Koad .Machinery, CoHiperatlon Among 
Highway Offlclals, The ('onalriictlon. 
Maintenance and Repair of Macadam 
Rcud.K. .-VronsInK Si'iitlinent and Kii- 
luro of tiood Kuailn. la iinomlr.ll Sill" 

of Roada and Road llnildinK, ('unslnic. 
tloa and Repair of Gravel Roads, (Con- 
tract Letting and DeaIgn of Highway 
nridges, and Obtaining EIRelency in 
County Organlaallons. 



VCNERABLI COITOR PASSES. 



.\i 



J .if F. 



ll,.allli 

.\ latn  ipnhn -l*romotlng physical edu 
ration In nrhiHiIs of eitt,.s uf llrfc 

tlona of reapect were adopted la both sceomi rianMx MunicUiaiiiie: 



. 1 1^ I II ItiHi iliitlef 
.■ll\ ILiai'l^ 
- iti.i ..III,. 1-1. In t'-- 
■ if lili.iiliienH- I'.llill, 



llriit and 



branchea. 



■III* Intredueed In Senate. 

J F Kurd— Aot to provl'le for sienog- 
r^iphei tn examining trials and to grand 
jurii'K III felony caaes — (Courts and Legal 

I'nii-i .lii, •■ 

W'l.wiei Helm — .\rl to exempt atate 



.\daai rtlialin — (*oni .-rnins .\ tin i'-a 
I'lihlic w ho are stoekli.,!,!!-! .'. .lii ,.. i..i s, 
ofTlrers 01 employes uf li.in) ,i ur uttiei 
corporations— Hanks and Hanking. 

Adam Hpahn— .Making II unlawful to 
haul loud exceetllng Iw-u tuns In wriahl 
on turnplk" ui Mnid ivltti tire les.i lli.iii , Renera 
Ji. inehe. rijl.lu II.. Ill- 

H I' Iti-nl fiiatiriK ■Kintiicky llllt- 
oiai y Coniiiili'siuii" Kdueatiun .N*o. I. 

II H. Hays— itequlrlng boots or shoes 
mad,- or offered for sale In eerlaln peria 



(ieoriKetown. Ky - -.1 AldrldKc Hell, 
editor, ediii ator and former [Mi.stmaH- 
ter. died at his home liere finm Llilney 
iroiilile. III. n.i.-i rh,, iilile.si iilMur In 
the Ktate, liii;li in years ami tn tioitit 
of aervice, and ^^aa the oldest mer- 
chant in Ueorgilown .Mr Rell wni 
poainiakicr under Iliichanan's adinlu- 
latratiou 



AGAINST USK OP HOOPNETS. 



from l«i.tloo-R«v.au. «»] [IF .ub«nr,;t.rfoV'"leTlta;"lS' aiamja" 



Judiciary. 

, , , , . -., 1 Z. 1.. Myera— I'rohlblting employment 

salaries of smployea of uubllo Institutions ' uv Htate of nunresldents ot BUte-Judl 

racci\'lnK money from the state — Appro- . ,.|.^ry 



Weiistcr Helm — Act to further regulste 



T 



lliifl 

king it unlawful have ar'-io- 
I 



prlatiun 

W, !-■ U . 1, I. .\.-l 
tu use aliiii.l\i III lu.ifiii" languag 1 u%ei 
a telephuiie KintiicKy .-itiitiilei,. 

O. li. Kniglii -Act 111 ii|,pri,prluts ill.- 
000 to Kentucky Instllul.i fur the Wind, 
at Loulsvllla, the sum of IS.luif to be ap- 
plied to an Indebtedness and tbe re- 
inainilei tu bo spent for a new beating 
plum and uther Improvemenla — Appropri- 
ations. 

J. Will Clajr— Ael to punhili pereoaa for 
Jumping OB or off moving Iralaa— Com- 
mon (furriers and Commerce. 

c. I . Arni-ti All 10 provide for Ihe 
pa\inent uf ri'Haiils for Ihe killing of 
ciiii'i^i-nlii.wk.-^ . \pp; ujirliitlona. 

C. H. ,\rn,-tt Aci tu la.-reaae huntera' 
license fruiii ti to II .'ill Ki.-h, llama and 
VWeslry. 

J. H. W(lliaiii» \, 1 I., (irovlde for the 
reporllns tu Hu' I'uniini-.'-iuner of .Agrl- 
rullui-e, LmI.ui .inil .-:i,iii iii...- ut i.iliiii 
1iiiIlii.ii tat .11 ...'li-nl.-. 11. 1 iiMiif lu n iliies 
for fHtlilli- ti. ill, Hu Hall ,,;) ilit.ii l. il.iir 
and .Manufai tui Inu 

H. .M. HlOe| - Tu |i|. I I. 

Ilces in iirtinaij .iial i.i^.i.i .i..i;,.r,, 

HilfflaKe (ilrl l-Mi-illiun 

H .M I k T, 



Iteuuliine rorpor.'\ltiiris to 
il III! Iu UI I - , nut V l,e 
lli-tllatliiie 
laiy lli-aalallnir nlKiiing of notes 

R as suri-ly tjy hustiand und wit* 

— Ksattieky Btaiuies 
Adam Bpahn— (*rovlilinK for Ihe llcens- 
iV' ■ " 



certain cbisaes of temporary or 



Paris. Ky — Tbe atate game and li^li 
commission is oppoaiag a bill In Uie 
ISM nbly parmlltlos the use 
of booi iiiis III navigable atraam*. AI- 
teosi Inniiinerable little flshtng atreama 
la Kentucky have beeo declared nav- 
igable by act of the general asaemhly 
In years past, though BOffle of them 
will ai I iiiniiiiidate nothing more Im- 
poainK than a light-draught rowboaL 



NUCLEUS OP OIER PRtSERVI. 



I'Ineville 
flame and 



Ky 

n.oi 



The Bell Tounty 
I'rotectors' assocln- 

al v.llii'li l.all mem- 



liilin (• Moreiand sold his aovenly- 

tiveailc f.irm in Si n-r rmitilv to K 
II. l« kill^ liir JH.iliiii Tl., |.,„d IS lo 

j caled about two iiiites from Ueorge 
' Iowa. 

Kormer flaaalor Jo C. S. Black i ii n 
I and Mra. Btackbum, of Vers.u . . - 
have gone to Waahlsctm City, wiieri 
ihvy will apaad tba raiaaiadOT of the 

winter. 

I Kepresi illative Wilham .1 Klelils 

'recommended ilie apimiiii inuiii m ml 
ben Adams 10 be inu.! ina-;i t ai I'lem 

! Ingaburg, Kleniiiiii    iuniy, 10 aui cced 
William H. HarriaoB. 

John K. Price, an old and prominent 
I Itlr.en of LexiiiKioii. who bad made a 
Itandsoine fortune and xaliied a wide 
reputation la tha manufacture ot aan- 
*:iKe. died after an lllnesB of four 

«ieks 

Kev .1 II III. inks, of St laitlis. has 
been l iilleil In i tie p.istornte of Kdmon 
ton. I.lbei iy and ll  ei |i liruve llapilat 
I churche*. If he accept* the call ex- 
i tended to him he will remove his pa- 
lter. "The Patriot." to tilnsiroa 

W lien an alicKeil "bilnil tlKcr ' 111 ilie 
dwelling of John William*, colored, at 
V'eranllle* wn* rnlded, Iwenly-elght 
i)tiar' bii'ili.. of whisky, each wrapped 
.11 |iar i:i.'\ in ,1 |.,. ce of newapapor, 
were found in a bureau, in cloaet* and 
In a woodahed, 

or .'i.iur, Willie I'hlldren in the I.AU- 
Isviiie public HI hiMils examined for 
traclioma. Iltl poalllve cases were 
fiiiinil .111(1 liil uncertain In tin i,nini  
schools, lot! cases were found, amona 
:!,i.12 white children examined. There 
was only OTie i-ase among 60 neiern 
' hililren tesii'il 

Thai the enuctnicni of a workmen's 
oompanaatlon law is Inevitable, and 
that il would be wise for both employ 
er and enitilcy,' to I'l-i loi;, iber and 
work for Uiu liasnaK'- of a la IV tllKt 
will be f.iir 10 bolh labor anil caiiltal. 
was liic seiitlnienf expn-ssi-i at a 
meellnK In l.xjuiavilii! of ihi' siK-retlv- 
rtea of building and trpjlo excbangoa. 

Henry Riott. confined In (ila»Kow 
Jail on a ' liiiige of lioldiiiK np iiie tele- 
graph operaior at Cuve I'lly, aakt-d for 
wajim water with which to wash tba 
window of hla cell, and when Deputy 
Jailer Zeheil, ,. ip i rv o|iened Ihe cell 
door to pi'M- till w.iii r III .Scott threw 
a handful of lobacco In hla eye* and 
escaiied. llv was recaptured by tba 
IIS,' oi an ,iuiomobitfi. 



DAMAGE JUDGMENT UPHELD 

.Xshlaiul. Ky .Num. e 1. n I,... 1 .■ 
 -eived thai Hie sill, nine 1 utti .11 . •■ 
Tnlleil States alhrui, it aiMi 1 . 
Judeni* n( of the lower iialit n i I.o 
ca*e of Ihe Cheiapeake it Ohio Rail- 
way Co , pinlntlir In error, aanlnst 1/ 
H (', ikiicll, adniliilslratoi . di-fi tulii nt 
HI i-iioi jiiviiKihc $:■.. u lit il„iii.iu,h fill 
tor the death of .Mrs. Ceielia Hanks in 
Aahland. In April. 1W7, by being run 
over by a train. 



tranalent merehaata doing bualneaa In ; Hon at a me. tin r 
Ktale, Oounly and City CmiHs. I . , 

I her* were preseni. made arranxeiiieiii.s 

I to receive 20 deer, whicb will he 

shipped from Wisconsin, these lieinK 

the dter which weie nucn t.; the 

*tate game and Ih ti l omajl. .-iiiii li  tli.- 

governmenl to be placed upou the 

praaarv* aatabltahed oa the aoulh aide 

af Pine moiutaln. 



STATE CAPITAL NOTES 



A petition from Uaeoln eonnty 
argad tbe pa a aaso of a bill for tba 

guarantee of bank deposit*. 

N. r. Tilford *a* *worn in as r. iir" 
seiiiaiive of Orayaon county to i.ike Cniiiintii 
the place of Veaiman Walkliis, who year.- old, 



COMMiatiONIR WINPRIV DKAO. 



I ill c 1 iiriii.i 1.11. ins I 
Iu tiai, ii:. Ill- In .-v.*.; ..uiinlii ci u.ls I 
stall, in M I I. Il lli. v it.i lii:.in».ss, uawli itni 

legal |,i .... .. ,M . ,, I-,. I ,1 ,.,rv I 

11 .\I S .l-a 11 I'll [,.inl,-lt i,«i«uf..i .11, 11. 
latlni,' '1i.| .it;.i .' . il. III. nts anecling 
Mliv I... ri . ,iavlii,f-. I. .41.14 .11 ti 
- Ki-ntijck  Pl.ili.K- 

Tu ni ii-ii..- lurlsdletlon 

nnil \lii«l.-ti ales In 
.||rl- .. .a ,1 )■, 



was uaaaated. 



Kl y It All. I 

jironil.-ii nt law y ei . ca.ii - a 
man and United Uiatea oommlaaloner 
at Ihia p^ace. died here. Ha waa a 
soldier in the civil war. a member of 



W H M.iul 

ot iviimtv ,l„ 
erlmlns* . aiei 
dui e 

K. H Kriil 

lockiiiiie !n II 
(lee. It '1 
pulnl a I 
eallun if 1 

-.kiln. • .11, : 

Vi f M.. .1 
of IJM 1 li 1 1 



W. B, Harvey, of Webaler county, 
was granted an indeflnlte leave of «b- Kcntucg y infantr y 

u-s. ei'inp^i? I on^ijccount of th. aarioua lllnea. j ^^^^ STERLING CALL 



CHURCH ADDITION DEDICATED. 

Veraailies. Kv I he rtmr nu'iiKirial 
addltloa 10 iho Preshyieriaii ciiincb 
waa formally dadlcjited. The now 
building, coating approximately 17,000, 
Include* a Knnday school assembly 

room, a number of class 1 ns, pa*- 

tor'* *ludy, a woninn's parlor, kitchen 
etc The aaaambly room and women's 
parlor contain eight art kIuss inemo- 
rUil windows. 

EFFORT TO OUST POSTMASTER. 

Owenion. Ky .\dviccs from Wash 
Ingloo are that formal ahargea of "per- 
nicious political activity" have been 
filed agalnai J 1' lluicheson i. i-imas- 
lar of Owenton. Iiy Heprev. t. . .\ .. 1 
C Cantrlll. Thi y will be InvesilKan d 
by Inspectors at onre. It la announced, 
and If they are subalauliuted .Mr 
Hutchaaoa may ba auceaaded by L. T 
Doty, rocommondad by Mr. rantrill. 



Are Your Hands Tied? 



by a ehnmie disease common to women* 
Uadf Yoa (sel dull-keedacbeyf Back- 
•■he, pala* ben aad thare-dlaaineaa a* 
"*"T*t IW*^ aathlagjrai| 



DR. PIERCE'S 

Favorite Prescription 

Mm. tWinie n. nmtl. of Itryieit. Neliun Co., Va., writes: "I believe I bed 
every psin and ache a woman eoulj hnve, my hark wm weak« and I suffered with 
nerr.iusaees and eooU aot aleep at night. Suffered with soieaaea Jo asy rtoht 
hip. and eveiy nnnth weaM have apelU aad have to eUy la bed. I bar* taken 
eight botilaa «ty*a  Ikirerll* P i**«i I pt k m * aad oae vkd of y«v -PlaaHat PalMs-. 



Pr. 





ro* 



DISTEMPER ?^SSnZ 



riiMHip.) l,i.|iiiil,]fl*iN on lliotanc MiMMM lk« Blntxlaiid'flUKtai Btpoip ib# 

b'ti-iieyeTTtigrroinfltOhnilr. t^rMl tataH)p*r !■ Di ir« BWl HhfffV Chnlm !■ 

i'ry lArunt ~e4t1Pir tl*«li|Orll rMDMtjT. f'lIM I *   r1| pti «lm rir hltriRH tw iiiir% 

 • K Rti. k I iFie-* ytn ftiiit tl i bt-lttfi, fS mt • -t.-«-'i ■ It til" - u%, 

|. I ; I  i t .•• t Ir Kirl** *hi  «M1 mt II for ynfi t e« l' i»h;r) I 'ikd n , 
l «. lal AffwnU wan (Ml. 



t «iis--» •ami I rfw  -|in. lal A^nu WAB'MI. 

SPOHH VEOICAL CO., ^I't^r.:;.".?. GOSHEN, IND„ U, S. k. 



At Iho Boardlnf Heuoa, y 

""ft** hnnl." said Ihe sentlniental 
landlady nt 'in utnni r i.ilil.', 'I.i think 
that thIa pinir little lamb should be 
deatroyed In II* yootb loot to eater 'j» 
onr appetitea." 

"Tea." raplM tho wmut boarder, 

-'ruitKiiiiR with bia porUoB. "tt la 

lou^'b ' 



GO TO, 



Rxamino caraial^ eVary bottio ot 
CAITORIA, a lafa and anre renady loi 
lalaata and eblldran, and aee that II 

la TTao ror Oror W Taan. 

Children Cry for notdior^i Osgtoris \ 

Modern Waye. 

Mrs. Uncoil l ld your cook leave In 
a buSr 

Mr*. Rghart No: in a taxicab. 



WliKbT' In.Ii.iM \'eKi t.ll'le I'llls ,iic :.i t.l 

with and willaiut soluiiie sunar coatiu|{. 
Tbay regulate Iba bowel*, inviforate lb* 
liver aad purify the blood. Adv. 

Effect of Rubber Tires. 
"How did you foci ufler ihu sixth 
car had gone over you?" 
"I was almost completely erased " 

IViirt Itur water fur libiliik-. I.l.|iilil litii,- 1- 
sliniAl all water, liiiv It,. I 1'rui.s llitll Itiuu, 
Uui blue that s all blue. Adv. 

The bust way to colUict a library 1» , 
never to buy to load bat borrow to j 

keep. 



WESTERN CANADA NOW 



TTie opportunity of serurinn free " 
homestead* of IM acres e.ii. h, and 
the low priced land* of Mani tobo, 
Saakatchewaa aad iUtatl% wM 
aoon hava passed, 

Canada offara • hearty welcome 
to tha Settler, lo th* man w ith s 
family lookins for a home; to Uio 
farmai'* aon, to th* r*ntor, lo all who 
Wifh to live und*r better condiliuns. 

Canada'a grain yield la 1*13 ia 
Um talk cf tlie world. Luxuriant 
Orasie* cive cbii.ip fodder for tatrga 
hnril i; cnst iif i.ii .i-iiT and falt-aninjf 
for inarkcl 11. 1 1 1' Ic 

The sum roaliud lor Beef. I3utter. 
Milk and Chaaaa wlU pay Mty par 
eoM on tho toraa f i n t. 

Writ* for literature and partic- 
ular* as to rsducad railway 
rat** to Suparintendent 
of Immigration, Ottewa. 
Canada, or to 

W.a, NITHBIIV 
latofiirban SMg. 
OatamOuat Oltlo 




Don't Persecute 
Your Bowels 



A .'^iinpli' prute li'in niiiin-t 'luifffToiin 
thpiiil ifl.i!.,.iM an- l .'.in- M- nll i.l.it.'t 
Coiititi iMiii'f, , i- itt l iiit( 

Sunii* iiHii Imvo gnrnt ii**tit IbrUHt 
iipfin tb«in* but It geuorally goM Ui 
their headi. « 




. Ilmlnale bllc, iinti 
M Hilll( lh«- lrlir-ilr 
ini'ii)tiiiiiit-(if thr^ 

tMiMrl C, U i 

( VPtlifistKin. 
HiliuiibiK 



Vm* RumKn Kjr* llnUni for MftltflBff MB- 

Mttt n In fyM Md iBflawsUw of tmm 

•fvlbtit. Adv. 

It Un't alwayi love that snablM a 
married roupl« to get aking. liome- 
tlnNM It !■ common iwaao. 



.1 li'iti|rtl|oti. iiitll 

SMALL FILL. SMALL OOSK, SMALL FRICL 
GmmIM Mat ktar SignatOfB 



I'litnnrti Pafii )i hh l rea 4o not atalD I 

t)i.- k  nil- Siiv I 

W tl. i 111, '..,.1 h,;- lilt . :i nifk fhf ' 

tiilV ill il|l|ll Opnilt HID K  *'H tiilo thf^ . 

HtnkliiK fund. 



Dr.Geo.r.l1eriiiann 

Now Located at 119 W. 7tli Street 
Foratrlyatmi VIm StrMt 
Chf iiirt, OMg 

Im.i irr.-nllv .-t.) 1 1 »:.■.! t.l- IrinrH iiU'iri 
at \Vs \Vi ht . r,n. .-t . hii'. iiir r' l'i.'ly 

piii  hiiH.'.l ifi.n lit, I , it ni:tii', I., I',).- 
trl'iil .^M llnii-'vi Id, It aro iir..-.i i,, 

tlo if'.iiMf'iii of iIk' iiiiiny aUiii**riln Idi 
tiiaii u ii*-tf ic  wUh (•• miy rii«r 

Dn- I'wI'd'H IM W Offlf f"* liri' JlllM'i 1 «.f III 

U r  r *, Ik- huvtti,; for lt " pit  l l.  y 'iti i it  
VoI   l tl' • niiK M « III liiM.ilt 11 tn Mi - 
»u -  •■ ■* f'l' i.i.i- t;..- .,r .M. .11' 1.1 I':iM. trM jty 
All I., r '.fi i i|. i-.riK I.. h.e«. ttilN a'lirilritlJi' 
' "Ii- . I .III i.r ii.nl :ip()Haii -4ui nrt* 
■Il ill , !(,' II. I I . I all nn«l p«*nnH th" !»'« 
I'll i . 1^ 111, till ii H ),iiff« iiiirul I'tirutlVH tD'iit- 
int-iil f ii (hi- Il'-urt. I.uiiita, l.lvrr, Htorn- 
lu-h. InlMUnal und Ntvoum lriiiijuit«.ii. |jr. 
Ilvrmann n*«d« tio Introduction in wlmt 
hu nfcomplUh^ tn th^ H|ili-n.lld r**- 
niitlf II' III. vf-'l In 1 1 tr«'i tiTi. Ill of th* 
vrirl'.i.-. -nil. i| flit nl. iilliti. lit-' llhj-u- 
ri)Hrlxii . • iiiiiMii, i;.'i ' .{» • i.iK',' illHHiiMfl 
tM-i  i;i.ir to woriiHti t,||.| . lilldrxn. \\% W. 
H* v«iith HI. I.ii.iy .\ut*ndant. This aa- 
noiinritin^nt InviicM \im. 

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Kn' xtiiiiip. 

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th*  pt \-p l' Imh wtio l^^n•H not fi|MTBt - Ki«^ 
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luidv tiavr a Ixim li tir hniiw on hit 

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vent Hirik 
I iilhrr publlo ulili 

itPHtloa upon ii|iT ^. 
II. a labor iliriiiilv 

.111 M'.iae Jiirifi'lli l.nn 
I'lvll ••OSes lit, I 



li.'sli* I' ll.iiil . fiM'nif-rly of Kruiik pimiui 
ml fori, who, fur ilie past few years, has Urani;''. 



if .1 
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lii-v J H. WlUim, 
'hurrh at l.a- 
. U ihii rail to ilifl 



pointed assistant attorney neneral of city, and will 1iP(ln hla work hern on 
this stall- [ PMruary 1 



jS'iUi unit to iiii.ii iii'^iili from guarirtiyi 
Cii.iits to rat.«H ov,. ISO— Oourta and La- 1 Sen»ti r O 



(rl I'rnc.'.lure. 

II. 11. Knniltri 
Isctur i.f mil I 

npni- • \iv 
Taylii. 'I 



T . pn.viiie for a ool- 
I   .11 1 iiinilea where 
1 '1. nu llify It alTeeta 
raylii. . i.iiiuv I'l .'me 

C. K .Mi.nlg..ir,.i»--T.. .h.is. time of 
hoMltic .■ Hi ill 111,. TwniiU ii.nlh ludU 
elal .li.«ir!.i. It .iflr.iiH i-i.,n .i.iinty— 
Ju.i.c Ul IriMlrictM 111: I i :,;ipi,i I. ,; ii.,.nl 

V,. U .Muudy ILy I, |ii..«t)_Ari t., in- 
i-raiiiM the fuet nl Ciiiiitv Jurti;.- ..ii-l 
I'lerliH in m..k(nti nn-i iwnjing h.iii,.- 
ments of ,.-t.ti.-,. .if d«r.eHi,f.i p,.|«.,ni, 
Kentucky Sll,tl:te^ 

J. II. WilllsmM— T'l set a»jde nod desla- 
aate ceruin rooms in the Capitol for tE« 
excloslve ua* af ■euiliera 1 the a«a*t«l 
AaaemWr-Paill* Bulldl^ aad 
■en IS. 



Til* -.-ii.iu' ail"j.t*-i| a if-Biiiution hy 
Hiriit-i uaklug the K«n- 
' tucky tiitiiiiji rb uf ronKri'SK to urge 
the federal Kovernment the ae- 



It eoMMOMitio. 



Winchealar, Ky.— At a Jolal meatlait 
of the rllj and rounty health boards 
It was decided thai r-very aairo la the 
rily and county uml nil men employed 
by the railroad cuiisiruction ramps 
must siibDiit tu v«i . iiiBiion It wria J 
UKreed lo build Joltilly au eruptive hoa- ' 
pital. 



RKAimitTIO AFTIR MROON. 



Mt Sterling, Ky. -The Chrsariniki 
oaaaltjr of runstrunlng a collapalble ; a Ohio Railroad Co. compromlHed thf 
at iipolisvlllp. Ky., to iiruiwi thr IVi.liUO damage suit nifd uKuiiir! it hy 



rich lama there from the anuuul uvi-r 
■oar duo lo backwater frooi i'aoiber 
eraok. 

If - for leather are used 

II .-: I.' • .-iijb^iltutes are used 

' MiuBi ! *■ .-uiiiiprd ulion the shoes or 
bLOtn la iiruvided fur in a measur* ot 
jfcrrd b  K |ir*a*BUtlv« liajrs. 



Judge O. Allen MrCurnih-ii and \ S 
Hart, admlnlsiraior of nun i.x- M. 
Comick, for Injurlea reeelvnl h  tUf 
former and 'ht* dralh of bis dauk-li-'-i 
which wa^ l.ii.iKtii i-iboui h  .i ii.i:i. 
deniolish'tii: i.. l.i.,;i.'y in  .li;i.-'i •! 
«i r  rlil.ii„ II. IJeceDbar, 1(12. Il IS 

■.a.ij '111 111 Kuid UMM aad atlWMf 

(•as aiiii • ijais. 



Ixul*vllle, K)r.--W. O. Aodrewa, for 
years prominent a* a ebair singer In ] 
■.oulsvllle churrbes, who baa bHen 
serving a aeotenre uf one year in Jail. 

pardoned by Oor Mi'Creury, but i 
V. h.ir hi- waa packing up his brlong- ' 
liKs A il»piity I'nliud StiitL's iiiHrnti.il 
r. al •■"-i.ffd hlni uii a wurraiti i»i. .m 
uut by federal oini-ers, rtaargiUK bliu 
with hkviag repreaeniad binuell a* a 
■OfaroBaat wblta ilaTo oSccr. 




Swap Pain for Ease 

iiHir, »liin a l«.ll|.- ..( Iiilllr's l-jnily 
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.1 1 ..II'- uli.l lllllf iiiviiiiiK s*in.ui» . i.iii 

alter held arorlt, espusuie or violent 

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NO WHtSKY ADVCRTIsr MTNT S. 



A gTWtCT OMgWVtW OF KTMICS. 
ADDRESS ALL LETTERS TO tHt W^Cm. 



Q Every minute count 
when you chscovcf A 
loM of je\velry, pocke 
bcK)k or handing. 
Q Telephone a "lost' 
ad to this office. 

OrFiCIAL F APER or MAGOFFIN COUN TY. ^^^^^ ^^^^^ ^. 

EMIN EL AM Owner and Editor inquiry at CVCry doot U 

MM. EMW ILAM ■■■At.cUte Editor ^^^^ 

' WOT8DAY   .BFBWJAKY {m*. \ ^ J^c cnst ri ifiiuj; 

~FLEEIIIfi FROM THE CATEGORICAL VANITY. 




•Mhl Slew to Cti*n(a. 
la IpMI, rnr th« lni »l pan, •^.mMui 

II done In t'.ii" old fnnliKni il ««■, v.lt) 



From bMk to t^• tfim whMi age inad«iWMily« bojr «t bavt 

l)een fighlinii in (lie counii y newspaper ijattln of Eastern Kentufky. 

During those yoitrs we have apent many  J»y« burnished with bap- •rniiy id imi«- wmu iioum j ou i'le 

pin«a ; dtfiag tilON y«n wt iMivt siMiit wMin ptiiiiM with dto* i!:;^';^^;:^.. t^tHU^'^.T..': 

tkMpaM •( labor okrlaru tli - um 
•I m iii w MMklaanr lad Hnw «M 
labor «a*to| d«vlc»« 



appolntiMnta and life-harassinir vexations. 

This tvmd itf nilMtion wafUour sputterinK imagination bnck 
tOAMHirillJhptnibtr narn— the early gunbcams were tinting the 

mounUin tops with soul-eagraving hues. Uncle Wpance— when we I Unappraeiat.j a, jor 

tnade our first real journalistic debut in tnaoOM ox tiM immortal lorowing himiofir ui on bir. kn. :  i  

Hazel Green Heral.i. Could life fore»er bo spent in that scene wo '^^J!^'^ "^.JZX. 

ahottld ask God for nothing mora, for nothinc moro gloriotts. r«« aot mi  o.i n ^t r   - t) . i 

Bat those wenei hare been thrown" topsy-torwr. Um; g^^S; ., .'h^'di^i^'rHT^'l.'i.ro'r 

mean thot staireof life has waned. Put meditati iti mi'ridrt nevora Ike wfc -I'*  »» to tbl k ibirt tM" 
passed day. We must ever have an eye on the qui vive for futors. *^ 
WMi nintM rttrot md dear plonitroire pMoo to kits tho hmid 

of country jdiirnslism btjfore bndinjf it trfH)d-l)yc— lii'fcue sayin/ 
farewell forever and foi-ever. It is a vicissitude that hu4 b«^n 
kaoekinir «t oar bMurk'a door for. lot Uiis Iob« tim* ; bntwohave 
stayed nnd stayed until atayiiiR knows not indulgence. 

No more shall country siiop Ai\\ from us life's suste ance ; no 
more shall wc tolerate the will o'-wisp 1  cal item chase ; no m re 
shall we keep the responsible nightly vigil ovorvolunot of odwspi- 
pers; no more shall we plead and sqaandar breath with the mer- 
ehaat in explanatory 1ok c that hia business needs advertising ; no 
more shall wo beg the people to patrooiie an institution whose des- 
tiny is in their hands and which is aoMy for their wwa good. 

We arc seilini^ THE Mountaineer to the man ftaoi whom wc . 

purchased it -Prof. S. S. Eliun-and with whan it lias whether | Profmg|-Qn«^| Cftrds 
mty haa a nawapaper. I 



I 



Ancient Irlth "Kten " 

Til** most InttTf'ii.r Ay. ... (■!.« 
oldest aad aUII irii al iliiTi-ii 1 .:u  
tonia ar* tboae that ti.^w rii'l,*rf j 
round d«atlia and tumrulK ftui 
caotr.e or "kwn." no ollea ni'ji.iioiii 0 
by Irliih wrli*r»i, In uow cu Iw iiiui 
with (inly lu Hi t n-M, whort- (ti« auf 
pliiiitivi- v.iUhs Ki ni to lead Uwni 

■(fhi'H pe^'ijli .rly 1..1 it. 

Found Skolcton ot MamnteUi. ' 
Tke akeMoB of a mammotit ir • 
soed state tt arMorvatloa was ro^.v^t 
ly d lawwfM at ta^lki, la t]iA Star 
rKMel iMHet o( Miaria. 



Tri-Weekiy Conslituiion 



ATlAftTA; 6EOBCIA 

Tucstfay, miinday and SafiiHUly, AlM^t a Daily, llirce 
Timet a Week, Oiily f leN a Year 

ll.i' ••II. I. ! ill . r^n . ;i iri \ h n-. I .ill Subscription Confe« aft 

EXIRA SPECIAL $1,000.00 CASH 

■ • r  miiiuiiiii«* ai Ai rk lAi any rhurch. .Srfeool, Lolte or Library, or OrJicr riiUlc lmprov«mcai. 



Tfc l^a eommunUy owlalU* th* «tt  »f Allaau that will ralM and w»nf in th, t«r(tal nwnlxx- of 

yaarly Ti-l-Wathly «ub««ri»«ltita. at |VC8 «aUi, uador Vh* s*n*ral rulaa af iha eunltit, cstn f 'iO QO 

far llt» r««t Mntst litt, at abCv* Wt.M 

f~ i*  tl.OO'JM 

T:il« fund can So vaatl ta bHild or rasair a ahurcbi ar paraonac*. or mgis^.   ■■ triisoihAvti, cr i 
brii:g  Itr aaralat ua««. town inili. lodgn ball, or a library, public iprlrg. rcfiwty, parf, pl nl: 
fra^jnrt. icrfi liuhM n jny oih»r Ir ip'.i./-rr»nr or proji-t' i le »f v luhl .- i, c.immunal Intere-t. 

Thts" r.i,ftt n'^ o-jfn Ij i.' (oc.ilitiet. Ifld are ,iii' j.. grnrial c. •»"!)* -it :on tfrci. jh-ji t  .:•* 

terfl:or». ^ ."i fiif.ri  ■ of t'j)t  ;l nt »(.•« ta maha it worth A(i.ie tnJ lo licit thr Intf a l ai'J *orN c( tnc 
t.fM pa«pl« of r«tn onitoting tammumty. Semo Uadlnn af)lrlt*  «i i ui a an * -.civi: fiart, aaminlttc«» 
i-i canvataara. (Ircl a of ladlea, ydune profla'a rluba and tnthuaiaatlc inj; l.-u.la v!il r^ka iba land for 
«ubacrlfe*-a fa The Tr  Vl »«lily Conrtitutlon. Thr Sl.'''OO.oo win hi; pHii rpr i i» tar^Mt It-.tt fur«lal*ad 
Whjf U«»t your commiinilv. ysw i»»/p, y.jur nirii trrticn n,ed maol thai IIM moMy w«l SavSr. Or 
r •■ t'. (n4.trr Ita conipl^llf^rt l-y tn^ onlilic' 

•iriniiiia. and than aoarybady gat buiy an M and get it. 



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Nemlnatlon la inada hereby l-.r 



I L'-itDnn aay rliurv'li, Imltfr, a .li 'j^l 
liMipla'a ■oi'fi'ty. or any rlvl 



MW MK'lely, y.iu ia 



tu rnJrr your tl.fC' C.ptrmcniry P- ^•ni' i' irpte^'ber 

I'ifl  -lo«ln i Dc' S-nhti ; : to- ••• ' ta Tri V/ecltiy t.ci 

aiiiutiuii. tlia aiirpoae of the entry bel- u to aecjra monty for. , 



(  l ii« put puw briefly t 

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etala. 



Thia blank, proaarly Ollad a«it and aent in prt^ ta aaotamOoe W, | 
1913. will ba wertli StO arsdNs In tbls aaatlen af the aontaat. 



Idagoflki aoattty 

~ WaMl Itmain a dtiaen of 8aly«rsviUo aad lova it still. 

EwnKlam, 



idi.fiiiv. Whfbrt 1 1 1'tl 

at I *1lT*'t III I 'K t . 

I ; i-M-w-n 1' fir. !;■»( tt I 
'.t,t»l» ;uiil inr^v nv i t"- I 'li 

■ ■'. (im^tl. I'Mtiiincniiy ui  

■ « « «f ti'e« - c-nirj t.t 

GF.T BUSY NOW— Make rioniinatl«fl« far ths community aMtlM af COtil««t and vtart ycur list at 
cnce: Uc»tof.»e t:jnv.ist.C's jre th« MMetaaful m«n. You can taka tHa bo«k men«y if vou wHi rr.jkr 
• aufc'r*-,^ ^ th^ wwi'k ..nu uttf ycti." spBi9 time and br:n« regular day* of active sotti.uing. &end • 

.^f^fre41 AHf r4tof« a»4 Rat|««aia, aa4 Maka All Ramlnautfaa fayaMe Mi 

TRI WEEKLY COI^STITDTION, AlJanfa. Georgia 




iE. H. ATKINSON 

. DENTIST 
OfRco in Bank Buildinif. 



Ihouiat ba kiMW b*itar thtn ma ar bie • 
! mtL A siri Ibal'a brouiiht u|i Is a bif | 
I plarr, where aho d^i'it « •! vi  iil. • • 
' iloln' her own iork .in: it. I li.'l .it 

' 1 wife jtor aay aian ! ■ have, u lua.n: | , 
I M alok la aaa tka way they fraat - 1 
I SMsay. Aad I Oaa't am ho* Amoi 

. ' " '"' ' s'pcaa till 

r|f~n|y|i^in hsT« -om oo aiy hitnd;^ .j- iiici «i 

a a'*^ M-M ^a.' ^^^.^ yoaaf nun can earn ein ii«li 
i to tlaad ttaa axpaoaa iboy bavo. Why • 

 »iy a uttw o..r - , p^^^ Circuit Ontrt and 



E. W. Pendleton 

Attorm-y-Al-Law 



ttay bad beatttaak ibraa 




Hia Triolet. 

Ill'; 

I I «*n4 vnii a trliHri . 
' With irun low II la fr li't, .••1 
} I tiad ni.t lived twC'irc- w« ii..il. 
I h.-imI von M tri.j*,,;. 

, A*' win vuj krwii ill.* »^.i.na vef— 
I mat* M, Kina tiav'if watl- 1 
r aaad yrii it irlnlti, 
Willi tin* luvc It !• (rnlahied: 

•hi:. 

'   M«ii.j iri» a trlol'^i, 
• »h, ff'iii I eat ur wri!..'!!? 
Tliet havc nul brniiiil.t It to yet. 
Yvii aead m a thui' i. 
I oball ba eery abid in a" 

U ertien II oonwa, I enea: ' li ; 
Ynu aem aie ■ iHotel! 
Oh. nil f ret r r \v*ar II* 



Ifneugh far Twei.-*— or T*tnty l»ou/. • 
Thi  caaaal brolW aays ibvn Mil. • 
Ik' oiiu or two duxi'3 ?u-. iila at lunch   
/ - M„i, II I will lal.'iibniii. in l.". lulnutM 
^ bi iori. ii.i v arrltf. Wt. rwill . thaft 
ibo ti"ei lu- i-»ii tin t'o \. ,. ; j-Hjur; 
fur oni- ' I ■■*•• 1.1 I. r» I'l'l I* .'i • II ■■• 
I Oiuut all duuu to luiK.'111'u.. I .'i«u»u 
; mo« tela a taMt laeaL vra alrusfla 
with th« problaii, bav laiiay rhIclMna , 
i aro requhi'il tor 12 or L't pae^ a T Th« . 
I anawf r, h.)s-i v .r. lo rvally aMIoun 
I Biiousta for Ji H'iil l..  I uriuah (ar li 



Yuii arr i.ofUBf. boplnt. heplna- 

So ani I. 
We way l».»!. v i.';i;.. ^t.ii !» 

TUl « e die: 
TtHHiati aw i-»«»rJ-eiiv i.ii.l „ii  «, 
Tbaaati we iievnr iialte "artt« ," 
W* are keetilaa liesa bttv*. 

Wet ur dry. 

Toil are trylna, trylas, trylai. 

Day by day, 
1^ clear every uaiue tae'alablae 

rran your My: 
I aai irylae daiSri lee. 
2[nia« la saMMa «hai 
Thaaeb ih&rSSl lhae Maealy u. 

B^■n may. 

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Direct Hint. 
Til. V li.,j i«i,u •,;i|, tliry v, ..lit 

td. ^^Iio Uim] ictiur' '  1 | ulliL'li:uil.vr 
■ "Oil, It iiHut tH' tiirrlble K  a niaii 'o 
Iba n Ji'Clad by a wuu^n.'" "Indet-d i 
laraai." uat hli r.'i|iuaae Thou, after   
.a \. with !»v ;iipuriii'Mr iT^.^i.iu^ii. 

11. kLi i il l', .1 ' I' I,, c i'i t n . m 
ihkl I coLld iivcr luivv tUi lii i,rt 1 1 to * 
j:f." Aad tkara aaaa a elloaro ba • 
'Uaoia tliom ti ba thonnh* If ovcc, 



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H.. 1. 

V« (ua - b.iih KO vainly, e^- 

Toil HI.,) 1; 
W.'re nit \»i riMr iTie •ht.rr 
Tliat It •tr^wn irllh prtnietie .-r. 
aat If rrf.'t mlnht hope r.u mure 

1^,1 would try? 



Awful lalravagaMic. 
"My tractoaa," «ald t iidu liiraa 
after ba bad rstucunl  •• '• U a'.«lay. 
° it'e peifootly acaudaloua iti« way 
ibaia iHiuiilu up tbvie vi,uiia uioney. 
Tbaire'' my auu Auiue. lie uiarrled 
« city girl, you know, l warned blin 
§0lbi)ii li bat II wa'B't aii.v vda. 



fhatta of Scancj'. 
It ever r«u M:u a ui.v dtcry why • 
io uiauy men and *ouieD Ilka to tOlh ' 
abuui thri'.aelvrn nUfu tbera aro aot 
Biaay (imank willing to Undartaka 
tb« laaii uad do u boitvr . 



Comt af ApiMak. 

! CIVIL «nd CRIMINAL LAW 
i and COLLECTIONS. 

j lMa  I riJ ?. CxiHitw tijiiv.'i 

j Salyeraville, K). 
RYLA.NDC. Ml'sirr, 
Attarney and (.'uiinio'litr ..t 
J.\CK80.N, KY. 
nvR a»« CriMtaai Fractica In 

Ihf ■ .Mill I'l tli , ,.1 C ••ur! ^ 

Be J. ELAM 

AttonMjr'St'Ijiv 
SALYERSVILLE. KY. 

Or.W.a Mtoy 

l-HYSIOIAK AN'P SUMiaON | 

('.ill. at. ^v.oK^i d.;y i.-r tiii'ht. 
liPhidem-ii uii Kik Ci-f^k, 
tme mile fram town. 

r.\i ;;^ ; :!• :,! . 

JOHN ■. GABDNER, 

rnACTICES IN AU eouK TS 
SALYEBSVnUE. KY. 



Colds 

.voiii4 be "nipped' ia thai 
bud", lor il s !? irttl to nia | 
u:!Cb«.''-ed. srnoiiB f«siills 
inr.f follow. Numcroits 
HI .(■« CI c.tnsuiiption pn ^u- 
iii ,nij, .inJ iilfiei luVii i'.:.- 
r:ivr«, tjii (: i . ^, ilk Id 
( ,' kI .U l.''e lir. l n .ii III a 
V. :!U, protrit yo;ii clt by 
Itiiifivif.hly i:lo.i;i.;mj; your 
tys'rni v i'lt .1 lew tlous ol 

THEDFORO'S 

BLACK- 
DRAUGUT 

th- old reliable. VipHbId 

hv:r jouJtr. 

^^1 Ciidi ,\. RsKlaad, o  
'.UdiMu Het^Ms. Vs., nyi: 
'I havt bcea ushiB Tbed- 
i.:rd'* BI«ck*Uraui^ for| 
a! loia:!! troubles, indi^'^'i- 
linn aiKl i-o^^ls and Ind ilto' 
be Hi: vrty bf-l mijdiciiie I 
ffvrr utr.i II 'na;:r4 an old 
nun I'.-^l likf 1 yriiinj one." 

Iii» i -in 1 .icUlard'a, th« 
ariaio.1! .vh! crnulne. E-67 



Magoffin : Institute 

J. &AIAITIN,I 



Ik t m: ideul School tor JAaffuIfui County 
Boys Mid HMt. 



Good Cheap Board. 

I 

Christian Enviromnantta 



Subscribe, oniy$ 1. 

Flint's Art Gallery! 



Musie and Teacliers' Special. 
Traininii Covrae. 



Two 

k'ullt'J by 
tuioibb 
cryoo) hotel. 



I il a abw idT 



Did yoii remember all  fiur 
f 'ionds ut Christ inii%timr I 
; There is no more iijiproK i'uti' 
■iilaaowUmn photoiirahs. and: 
MMviUkaMoiaanNiiMad. ] 



J. S.CISCO, M. D„ 

fkyakiaa aad Sont^a. J 

CALLS AKSW ..aici. •■• \ f rf» •' 

frrtk M.-.' I 

Ufficc .».. ' Ouut lo ilalv 'j, lU • ;. ,. 



FURS 



AND HIDES 



IIGHEST MARKET PRICC PMB 
l-OR RAW FURt AND HIDES 
Wmi ta Ceainlatlee. WrWe lor prlee- 
1 11 iMadoalei Hits aa. 

ias7 




1 



aim 



Utnnm nm m» .\ m. $. S. ELAM I THE CANAL! I» » 



SfNO US ALL THE KIWS UU HEAR 



Sahieriptora Price, • $1.00 



MATTERS LOCAL 

AttoriMT Ferjfwon, from Oil 

Rp'-ifiK?, in town yesttrdny. 

Work on th- :j!r«et iijc'iU is 
ht'liiK pushud aloiifc, bat mt too 

l'a=t lor the iicdpli-. 

I'ho odifor would li' c to [niv 
ra-ill fur n b or tw" nt' Irish 
potatoes. Who will brinf them 

Mn,';.'(Ii,i liuiItMtr' is i)-,Hliin(t 
iiKht alonK ill proerost:. Tliree 
checni for Prof. J. G. Anxt'n ^nd 
lii;  ci)inp »tciit faculty. I 

Don't fail to come to the l"X 
Mipi er next Satui (lay niuht, Feb- 
rtuu'y 7, instead of February 14. 



.\ttorney B. .1. Elam left Wed- 
iicyday morninp for Cannel City 
ami other points to muster to- 
Ktftbcr fnurmenU of bia law li- 
brar)r  

One of .lailer Rudd'a married 
FOiis is now residinK in one of 
th« bastile puri  r8. There is a 
ranor to the eflaet that th«y will 
eultWatt Wflltan Mm*! form 

Monsieur Dal* SoMttt, that 
goiiUeman of mea^urelens worth 
in the pMture of intellectuality, 
hm oar nuy thuin toe gentcal 
MortMjr ilMMrn w In RVttfnf out 
this week's issue 

Frkiik Blair is surelv the most 
proRtecisive clerk Mnwffln cou- ty 
hM had, forTuaad'ty he had 
dtiek Patrick to ins^al' • Wh- 

plione in his office. Now, coun- 
tr.y cousins, call him up. 

Mrs. W. A. Htselrinr. who 
hai been visitinff In West Viririn- 
ia and about for several monthei, 

rplnmcd home the latter part of 
"''luHt week, much to the delisht of 
her many anxfcMis Mmit. 

Fivsdrillera from Butler. Pa., 
were at the Phoenix Hotel Tnea- 

flay night and oroceedod vester- 
(ii y morning for Newt Howard's 
oil field, bflow town, wbero Mr. 
Howard is pushinK his industry 
with mi 



Wo won't tell Ids name, hut 
one of the handBome.st young 

• /■■■u i.i' ."^alvcrjville ord-reH his 
liMiienra! garment iin'l i io nin"i   

has made journeys he wili 

ha t.'vliun homo to his noble 
ixt.(''ii a certain, unspeciAed hon- 
iiy l-..",6io of Wost Liberty. 

Uev. C. K. Spell clo^ ed the 
Mothodist revival Tuesday niirht. 
a tcr cxoreisins niaiiy d«va and 
nights. His sta^vlies 'been a spir- 
itual bahn for scores. His heav- 
enly reward will be invat indeed 
t'  i- ids iico4 mp!i' liments here— 
1 "dnlinpr soul.-= to '^lirist. obli'er- 
lini,' pel sonal eniuitv, et( . Mny 

• a. Stifll inlierit heaven's rich- 
  '•' ■ xt ace, id the sincere wish -of 



Appointed County Agent 
If CMmng Club. 

FiUMroM, K v., Jenunry 9i 

Editor MonfTAiNRfit, 

Sa yc^r-villei Kf, 
Dear Sir : Since I am at present 
held by enKae 'ni iit-i in countied 
that cnli-i'i d in the c nn nT   iiib 
work b. fore N'stolTiii county, I 
am anxio'is t i begin the wi.rk in 
your County thru enrrespor.dence 
in   rner that yoor itirlsmay havs 
equal ehaaaa with an in raet-iving 
s-ed :tiidiB«inMtfcmsfreni Waah- 
inirton. I, therefore, nsk yon to 
pr"".cnt lhi  let', r to yi lir reader . 

Hi'fore a-'.y v^iirt of l.ic work 
cMii be d ino we mu^t have Ih;' 
names of I he Rirls between tilt- 
a^es of ten and l ighte'-n yesrs 
who wiiih to become ' lab mem- 
bers. 

Mrs. Brenda D.' Elam, of Sal- 
yeraville, has been appohlted as 

County Aifent of MaKofflnc 'Unty 
Ol d will begin inimed ate'y to 
orRanine club-. All kiiI^ wi o 
with to enr 11 should send :lieir 
names tu her at once, either by 
postal card, telephone ur any 
other way. 

The orginiiation of clut work 
under the direction of a kieal or 
county anent is 1 1 be carried on 
thi.s yi-ar in Ken u ■ y n only ten 
cimntii'8 The principal advan- 
taife of the county agent is to 
have the jrirls instructed and 
supe vised in their work .so that 
that a uniiorm, standa-d p oduct 
of high commercial value is nutde. 
This entitles the girl to uae the 
elDb label on h«r eaas. The "4 
H Brand" is the name of the 
Girls' Canninpr Club brand and it 
guaranti es a p oduct that finds a 
m.rket w tliout much seekinif. 
so t'lat tlie frirl realizes the high- 
est market price for the g lods 
she want'i to sell and the State 
Agent can mark  t the m, thus 
saving brokers' and jobbers' prof- 
ito. AnygiricaaaetlBOtonoo 
from her one-tenth acre of toma- 
toes, besides saving fMlt and 
other v  (jetables that tisunllv go 
to wafte in the home orchard 
and Katden. These advantageis 
are possible only u der the regu- 
lations of club or. anization, the 
privib-gea or which are now open 
to MasoHin county girla. 

Hoping to visit yovr temti 
soon and take up the work aftor 
yeu have fonMod your daba thr« 
Mrs. Elam, I am. 

Very sincerely yours, 
Helen B. Wolcott, 
State AfaotCiriil' Caaaiagaaba. 



Representative Asks Con- 
gressman to Divert 
Course ct River. 



fteur H«v» Qsasta te ieta v$m «m 

Dtctleniry ae se AeNMfftf TMS 
I* InHiNlkle. 



I Tfav iliUlonary is ceatiDf. xndn  
! flily, hat iorrly, to he an orsole. Itii 
I ;ii;it»i ii f.s siteh was B» vcr i\\wf  ■. ' 
' Wt. Krcn when Sawiu'l J. tin«i ii , 
'Irni i~«jiye l In fct tl'r .-•s-kI i -,' . ' 
1 Kr.el'*ti u.-'MLfc lie li.iii I.I I'll, mil" 
iiotli  ••■ •,'Tt* and .S, ,. -?rin ; it , 
•rofcr« . jT' i.-;! ,1, |i, Sf,in.,„-ti 
I triwiupli",!.  .i ihjt fii'yi !.» *ic;|i. ^ 
,f gilfy^y I puihct) feruarit liv ihr o'linitunMi* ' 
river ' '"'luMry   f Cirrmmi * liiil.ir=)ii[i ^ini 
■ liirM onwitnl liy oominTf Isl nitrin- 
(itkiu. ilie ilictipMarT, nnljkv itv yu- 
mlilal rolling none. Iiaii i!;itliir .! 
. , tnui'h I'loM liT hillinK-— iin^n Ivil' 

tlic UmtedSt tes I Anwriea In ■, o rr«n."ihr di.fioum , »i..v 
Connres!" ass n.liloil. I vTn.f. n«i oC ihe iohwium* of a, 

Th  t li.e See . taiy of Wnr Ije, ' wnrd or id'om or prommrintion. Hot i 
o ' n; 8 U rdb.v, auttmriz.'d and! nxTcly oi I't i xi«r«'n. e. 
.i I Cieu 1 1 cau e a survey to be, A ii i . i'\- ■if . m. v. '. ft. •»(, i.- ^ 
.laie of the Licking river. Ken- • W'»l'!'»'»'d ^^ '''-n f'irt- ".. 
tucky. with a view of dttcrmin-i '^y.^'" «" 
in, the f asiM'tey and advi at.il-' -l.^" l-'f--"' 

1 \' rtii jT rour e of ih- 



Conpre'sman .lolin V: l . irvloy i 
has iatruduccd th  f li   ' I'ill, i 
«li,fh W.1S rolvriod to ilie l!om-j 
niti.ei.n Itivcrs unit Harbors 
and ordered tu be pi int -d : , 

A Bill U prov de 
  f a po. tiun of Lteking 
]k«n ucky. , 

Be it »'n« t d ^ t'u S-nate ' 
•nd H -iis oi' Ici p .stii dives of 



DR. M. C. KASH 
Physician, Surfeoa and 

DRUGGIST. 

Oniy drug store in the county! 

HE ONLY REOfSTEREO PHARMACIST IN THE Cnmm I 



A.'^ a niembor of the Natkmal Association of Retail DrngKist, I 
can sell yon CITEAPBR dnifa and dmgffieta' sundries than you can 
Imv at itu- ixn,-cn o.' dry xaad ttores. fhM the fMlihatI boy M- 
the DniKgiKt's Ji.scoiinl. 

r'«me f» Kash's Drug Store fbr Dragi. Patenta UMhm, 
I'r. - rintionn and a full line nf Simdriea. Rnblier Goodiof all hM^ 
1' .. S at on ry. 



river so na to protect .S.ilyer:.vill(! 
and Ticinity from dama^re I'y 
floods. 

The Mountaineer, duHnK the 
editorship of Prof. S. S. Elam, 
was the Arst to agitate this 
mo' emeat, and we sinearriy bc^ie 
to aaa thft bill go thru. 

UnuUqr. 

The siek of this community arc 
improving nicely. 

Several droves of cattle passed ^n^t i: . 
ihra hera last weak. i 

.1. D. Bond and B. F. Williams 
called on our merehanta Saturd;iy. 

Mr. and Mrs. Hen Caitdill were, 
pleasant callan at T. J. Prate.-'.s • 
home uday. 

Boyd Bailey. .Jr., and Cliff ord 
Pace, of Conley. v ere caller* nt 
Bradley Sunda.r. 

Chty Prater and Will Pras'on 
were plea ant eallem at the h  n e - 
of Miss Bede Salyer 

Wiley, the little H;in of B-yd 
Bailey, come very near getJrg' 
his 1' g broken last week, 

^Miss Liila and Edgar McGutre, ' 
of Lickburg. are visiting $^r^ 
brother, R. P. M^Guire. 



with A 

iritcn philoao|iliv irf i!ii'i'z=; loilflV 
ill* c-mwl oped i%f tskem. nrli P.atiin. 
•Mil l;Ti.- \rlc(1p  ! ir hi- ( ri..'ii. . ." 
I :' diit,nii.iry \iM I'oUijwiii i 
, ' i'-.l. T'l.. .'H'tiT idl. r- (ii:r-. 
"^JimIh.'Jj 1 ivnv «(•'. iiri.l .ij'i.i. 
n » Si f'.l'rtti' p! 'I r I !(, I '   

ibo il'. li.riiiri "iM'i-- iii II'.- 
Wf^i'ili ,i; w.ifi' '.o''! vli.. I 1,1 .ii.iw 
HI wiU. Ir w.ii.Iil ^.fiii ili.it i'" Mill- 

I ipli' nt iiic!n«i\"i'lM -J m'llil -i.:-: ..v 
' " c.Kiii 'l I.i'vnTid ilif III. ii .ii| 
fi.i hill t id»y, riilris lo in lii.li lif 

II •c."..\tv popular fomiatiuiM tli.i. 
a* Img SI fhe iau- 




THE SALYERSVILLE NATIONAL BANK, 

Salyersville, Kentucky. 



CAPITA T„ 

sunri I's 



$ ai ,flnn.«i 

'.t.(i»Mt.1)0 



BO.\KD OF DIRECTORS. 

.■KFK I': ATi;i . A. T. IWTHICK 

UEO. CAKPENTKU. H. W. GA^i4ER, 

W. L.MAY. II. H. H 

I r i'i;\Tii'i:. 



;th. 



HIS SCHEME 



faisifflSiRiiMiaiErfaiii«iiiiaeiamia iai&^^ 




lake the hom^ paper -only $1.0J. 



During the remainder of NovMnber 
you can get 

Louisville Times 



Feb. 2. 



HOPBWL. 



CASTORIA 



For Infants and Children 

In Um For Ovm* 30 Ymts 

Alwa|«jMMa 



I Il'rlir... 

J^i-uimI .V lu-- U l,ai , 
I do -|.Hj |..)i;r lj.|.iiil ■ 
j lir~t Aflor — .Vn; m  
'   n. itgh money to more. 



ItY MAIL 

»:;,(•*« 

IK M(ir.\T.\l.\l':KI! Ill a.l.litiiiii !..r niu- yenr 
11 In I lie in irc naiiied iihni'i- li'ji tiic 'l'iliu" . 
Ill- Tum.s i- tlh' li.' t HtiiTiindii di d\' 111 lli'  .SomU 
CI .11 (■ Ml politli ~^ ; Ir.'U'li'Vs in nil llilii; H M |ciiill» 



di: 



.A niO.. 1 ilS 

YiM (Mil ha 

if V 11 u il. :i d ; 
Th- I .^v 

!or .. I. 1 1 II. I . . . . 

AM. lie ijfw Al,i. tlir tiiue. This xpeviul bur^'idn otter ih good 
only thru tliis paper and during the remainder «tf NoveinlMir. N« 
iibscripi ons accepie I lor any any term except six monthri und on* 



year. TaUe iidvaniaKo nf ihi.i oifer immediately. 



OIVI LI via TO 6000 CAUSK. 



Attend the preliminary meet- 
ing of the Commerciai Club ! 



Ebi*. 

John T. Howard, who 
January 27, was buried i i 
Sanny laaaea grarayard. 

We are sorry tesay thatClaudel often amind Oiiriy. 



A svhool is loouled in » little 
Uslding emctufl liy the ioii'«i' ii»fi '4 
, in An Rikimo isnllleini-nl dm one  i:' 
j the .'Vleiiliin iilwid*. 'i'lie lu'un si 
j(,jilanJ if SiU-ris. out f.iriy 'ndv 
th 'l '* * bliflik (ila .v. i) ir:ii 

': rlie •uiuiiier the teiiij*rltiirfi ii i-i I- 
I i^it u\)i \f lifly (l ;(r(;e , and ui it  
\ few wild 



|1 

S 



rr.-.i!le. 



'k : at li hi.s esteemed 
I' lriiily l»itvt' tuii.orrow (Friday) 
III"! iii'i;!: for Bourljon eounty, 
wluTf tliey puroliaaed a hand- 
some farm and residence. The 
social circle of Salyersviile is in 
tears, bm hi the mcanthne bid 
them Qed apeed and wish them 
Innumerable years of happiness 
in the eiicbantinff region of the 
bl .i.i..;; a:.d ^'oninr'tid th mb a.s 
ideal iolk to their ne.v neighbors. 

There was a good crowd in at- 
tendance at tl,.' 'An AfterHrion 
ifi China" mettii.i: Kivt n at Ma- 
KOffiii Itstitute oai irday afti r- 
nojn. The papers Cif 'Gc ,.«rdDiiy 
of Chins," "Womtn o: fh:na, ' 
iu. , proved very interatting aod 
' /ere thoroly enjoyed Igr ike au- ' 
dMBce. After tho pragtem Uio 
I iavtlad into a "Chi- 

'wher" tllPv ni l ■ 

with tea and wafei^. 
Tiiedeen«ti(NW iMlwariaBtBL 



! 

Sace many paapla seem to, 
think I have a great deal of mo- 

ney for building school bouses, 

etc., I desire to make the fol.ow-' 
in f slali-nieiit 

The ind'.'bu'dni s.^i of ihe Coin- 
ty Board of Kduiuiion wiien I 
took chaise of th« ( ouaty .Super- 

• intendciit's olfico, January ." , 
1914, ineluding contacts let and : 
all debts, amounted to over thir- ; 
taanhuadradadollars. MisaMar-j 
tha B. Amett turaad over to me i 

I one hundred cinhty deOars and 

; ninety-four cents. 

Tne records :iliO'V that sh^-ic- 
eeived one Ihou.^and (K-e hundred 

' forly-.-;eveii dollur.s and ciKlity- 

, three c.Mits. The annual censu^; 
and fuel expenses amounted to 
soaMthing like half thhi anounL 
&&BUH. 



M. Hood is sick. His illncm pre- 1 

veiiU his altondin r that k«*I| 
sciiool, M;.jioHin Institnlr. 

Dennie .M ly and Mi .l'^- 
sic Caudiil w( r. (in. ted ii. tli-- ao- 



Iheri- V. ill be an inspection of 
the luirne roripany of malitia on 
W( fln- 'day, February 11. by .Ma- 
•or LoriKmii-e. Let all uteaibers 
turn ottt and ataad a good in  
speetkM. aa a good inapeatiea ha- 
all tc do wiUi our prospeetiM 
trip lo the world'«i fair. It I- al- 
most a certainty that Ih'- iiay 

bi'l • ■■" t) Hiie a law tiii» ye;ii . 

and It S uildd ever) m e in iftiiid 

to be praMiBt 



ly bond; ui loiiti uiioii' 
h' aie of the bride 'i'hur. i| 
nary 29, Rev. Jack Burton ol^A- 
aling. We wish them all the 
pleasures lif 'j can ofTei*. 

Feh. 2. Poet. 

The Big Sale 
EugmeHigginsftCo. 
is still running! 

We have a new supply of Men's 

und lad ex' new 

Rain Coats, Suits, 
Odd Pants. 

We eaU attontkm to lAO ftna 

new 

LAUIKS' CAI'Lj at 60c each. 

Alw. shawls, toboggans, mittens, 

etc. All dirt i h' ap. 

KUGENU UIGGLNS & C'X 



t' i}Tpr» ttp|K!ur is .\ui;ai t. ! ul lo'** 
I'f tlie wur the ijlniid is «i» ii y w.ci . 

Vort'idiKmr an the ] lm-e liio ti.i 
i.'»MiprJ "sy that rtie «i'.;»-nii fm 
; . it i.n 11 1- p»rl nf  \n' jiiire'- •iisl,' • 
iii» for (l.c leuetil.'Hi. iClit vrnalimi. 

(viHliiii'lv ili.lM ull 
•lie .liille M-liimi- 
!\v:iiter Mnd (ln-re 

MU ri'i 111 i: 



DAILY COURIER^JOURNAL 

During DFCF.MLLK, JA.'NUAKY .nd JANUARY. 

THE MOUNTAINEER 

.i.M tna .e a ^d" rial u ra jremenl wlie' oby the Daily (.'oin ier-.ioiinial 
uaii be funiihhed one e.ir for .six months $1.76. by mail (Siiiuiiiy 
not included) ttt all persons wlio Mive orders during tiiexe nioiiilw. 
Ad l a dollar and get THE MOUNTAINKKK. S«md orders tu us. 



State Normal 



«t the,  ri iHiiiii» il !• 
I . JsU- in I, -Il v ; ; I 

.■,!!■. .i.tv ;ii 



\ Trainint; .SchiMil lor Teaclitrs. 
Certificate, l ife l)i|iluiitu, ( 'uiiiit.v 



FOROETFOL HUSBANDS. 



I 



I ihr:.' was SI 

ill"! mimlier "I ' 
i» ( nioitrv fmiM I 



Mr. ;;....ti 

Ih-svy fa:liDt! nlT ii 
mai^.inil- it'iii iM I 
I'll rl III 111-' vi jr. 

r«ii.ii i:  nl.'Tii''. I'll- 

■■tix'.r,  i\ t th'f an- jii-i a» lar li'S* 
c ll^y pre o i!r h' re »lirii il nifii' it 

'•  ii«iNaeh)0;; their whet' msil. 



JU«r UKB THIM. 

T»a»t — You hay llr'.v IIti- tof^lu r 
likw cats Slid do;,')'. 

( riniWHibeak — V" !": II"-;- ""•"i i » 
:.ve on "acrsps." 

TMgm PUM. 

"Why did the kiiffra;;i U KO 
WHhiogtoa for their cunrMitioa ?" 

"I gnaw Qmf thmii^ it woahl U- 
s c^tal idea for ceogres*.* 



v'!Oi:i{. F..S- Prepnratorv. Stat 
Certiiicaie. Review, :ip(;cial. 

TUITION FREE TO APPOINTEES. 
.:XI'KN.^i:S YEKY LOW. \. K AI'.OI'T IT. l ATAi.Ot; TliEE. 
Addrefs J. G. CUAl^liE, President, lUclunund, Ky, 

WkaB You^ iiood it Right, 

Your Whole SyrtM k Right: 

V Yo« Hisv« any Any Blood or Skin Diseas* 
DaNol Delay until it it too late, but Or«lar 

TODAY ! 

THE HOT SPRINGS REMEDY 

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'E REATMENT- SIX BOTTLES~tlMI 
Sr CLE BOT U. $5JI0 
" E PBEPAKK A ltKMF:nY FOR EVERY DI8IA8E. 
IV ImMM Ur fMale 111: is :he trMlMt Ii IM Mil 
Sufftrin* Wmim. 

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THB KKNTUCKY MOVHTAINKBK. tALYBRtVILLB. KT. 



VOTE ON MINE QUI? 

INVUTICATION OP COLOnAOO 
AND MICHISAN STRIKES It 
AOnklO UPON IN NOU»K. 



FOIL DYNAMfTI AHEMPT 

AiitiioriiitK Di«cov«f lBf«rnil Machine 
In iultcMt N««r P»w»r Pl«i t of 
Calumet DIttrM •!■■«»— TrM»* 
Charg* Mob. 

WaihlnKtoD. Jan. 24—  ;ongi ■ . s" ' -i 
linrftlxHtInn nf lh ' Htrlkea In tbc'  nio 
ni.io . miiM' iHi.l iiKi Mlchlcan cop- 
in-r mill"' (IpIiIm wbh aiiree4 Upon at « 
caneiia of lh« houa* UeiMrruti by a 
vote or 149 to 17 Thnnwlay, The In- 
. . n i r.itlMii ulll bn .•iini1tir! ^(l h  tin.' 
; ...| , . r.ijimlii.'i- rjii hiiiMx inlniti)!, 
of V liich ilepreaeululive Koiiier o( llll- 

npjj la eludraiu* 
ila»r«miUtlva Kmitlat of Colorado. 

wke wttfe Rapniientoilvo Mrixm.iiil of 
MIohltaa M the Diiht for  h- ina ilry, 
•aid aflffr ttaa caucua h   pxpnciert livar- 
Inta would b« In pruRraaa at D«a*«r 
aad Pueblo, and ponalblr Trinidad, 
within a rnrtnlRhi Thn rcaolutloa to 
authorlie thn Invrntlaatton will b« 
urKod for artlon In th" hounf at lh« 
mrllKBt poinlblK inufni'ni. 

Th« inquiry l» propinpd to iiin'iTtaln 
whatbar tban kaa bmn paouage, any 
ebatraetlon to poiilal. Immiaratlnn 
aaturRlliatlon and Judldnr.v mn 
i htncr.v. illnKfil iinrfrniclitu of * omhl 
natlona for controlling ttii: produi Uon. 
Ml* aad IrmnapoitaUon of produeta, 
«1i«tb«r ama and Bmnnoltlon have 
boon ahlppod Into the atrlka tanitorlaa 
and tb* oaoaea of all tbeaa eondltlona. 

Trinidad. Colo., Jan. 24. -Htata cav- 
)Urym«n with drawn nabprii rhariiad a 
cmwd of sirliinr!), dnfealing an at- 
Icnipt In innrrli to Ban Rataal boapl- 
tai. wlii rn '.Moiii»r" Mary Joaaa ta na- 
d*'r military arri'Hi. 

i)n« of tbn HirlttiTM waa cut by a 
aabar, while one of the troopen auf- 
farad a broken rib wben hia taorae tell. 
Tbe troopera charKod aereral tlm« s 
tii'fcr'' tji*» rrowd. uIioHf iintnhnr!* 
'hri « liodli'M, M iijHl oiIm t ihliii;.'* 

at tlii'm, waa ditijvracd. Adjutunt Uon- 
oral Cbaao waa lo peraooal cbario ot 
the troopa durlDC tbe riot. Nineteen 
(u'ltioii.u. Hi'ven of them women, were, 
.irn'hd'il. lull tour of the women were 

I ' ll llU'il liltiT. 

1 li. lot roliou ' l :i iiuriiili- of wln'n 
4iid f-hilUrcii of utritiiikK coul inlnera, 
wUeh bad been carefully planned by 
tbe union leadera. Permlaalon to car- 
ry the iiliinH out had been granti'd by 
() 'ji 'idl ciiaHo with tbe underHtaiidini: 
that no cdort would be made to march 
to tba boapltaL Bernardo Vema la 
under arreet ebargad witb being tbe 
ipndi r of n crowd ot atrlkara wblob at- 
if ni| i('d to br«uk Ibnntb a line ot 
cavalry atatioiied near the poatofllce. 
A coda mwaage telephoned lo the Lud- 
low tent colony waa Interceptod. the 
nwaaage aaklng tbe men to  'onio to 
Trinidad laat night for further continu- 
ancn of the ili'iiioni.iriitloii of ilio nfi 
erncKin. I'roiTiiii ■ in.n liv iiir iiuli'l:i 
prpvenli'd nit ii frmji boiiidiiiK ibc truhi 
at Ludlow atatlon and they ware or- 
dered back to the nonony. 

llon',lilnn, Jan. 24. .\ milirn-ii' foiinil 
1»  I'mli tshcrlfT liarrt-i hi :i i lum|i i t 
luidcibrueh near the power iiluiit of 
tbe Abmaek mlao In Keweenow coun- 
ty contained an Infernal machine, ar- 
t-oi'dlnK to roporlH riT'-ivod hm' Al- 
tai li. il lo oil., .ml of a rtiiiall a. 
• ording to tbe report, wim a can pnril} 
AIM wItb nitroglycerin. On the other 
and waa taatened an alarm clock and 
dry battary oonnaetad by wirea with 
tba caa. 



AHACK JUME tPEER 

WITNESS SAYS U S. JURIST TOOK 
SIDE* IN CASE*. 



editor Mawiber of Padaral TrtkamM Of 
ton Wrato Aftlalaa Caw a a r iUln 
Caaaa aafore Him. 

.Macon, (ia., Jan. 22.— Tbaooamlttee 
Inyeatlitntlng tba cbargaa agalnat Fed- 
eral Jiid«e Emery Spear annonnoed on 
Tunaday that the nliorneyn for tbn 
Juriat would be i. • . i..! In Hi'lr 
croaa-examlnatlon of ^Mlnesaoa. 

Mora tban lOrty wltoaaaaa from t« 
riona parte of tbe afate bava arrived 
(Jtie of them l» Attorney Oeneral T H. 
Keldnr. The Judgo • lawyera and 
frlanda are confident that tbe flrat 
•lay'a preblog did not bart Um. J 
W. Preaton, Sr., a retired attorney. 

wn  Ibe llrit «illienn. lie eald tbn' 
Inthe.lohri I' Itobi rlK cane and Iti Mh' 
WililaiiiM i iiho ludxe Speer had denl"'l 
tbe defendantn a fair and Impartial 
trial and manifented an Intent ann 
pur(ioRe to bring at»oiit their eonvlr- 
♦ Ion lie nald Jud(!  Sfieer aenorally 
look «lile« III IIk! trial of all ca«eii 
befon' liiiri lie pralKe.l .lildn" Speer'a 
mental capacity and ability to prenlde. 
but aald the Judge took penonal 
charge of all caaaa and aought to 
away Inrlea, attomeya and p.irtle» 
Pn-aton declared that ".luilne .sp' er •  
Influence waa orerpowerinK'   ' 'l 
"eanaad^aajmt vardlcta." 

T. J. BImmona, managing editor   
iho Macon NewH, temlfled that Jiidn" 
Spur freqih-nlly Hollclled publicity 
and often wrote articlea about him 
aelt and caaaa In eoart tioala Pel 
law. drugglat. teatlfled tbat ha aobl 
Judge Spear about four onncea of co- 
caine per year for ten yeara or more. 



WTO SANURA-JIIIA 



LORD STRATHCONA It OfAD 

Agad Hlfh Oamnilaalonar af Canada 
Sueeumba— Waa Largaal Land 
Owner in the World, 

Londuii, Jan. 22.— Lord fltratbeona, 
high commander ot Canada, died on 

Tuexday lie waa oncoaaehHW for 

aevent! iH iir^i Lord Strathoooa atood 
ill tio' 11,1 1 .1 '111. of tbe late King Bd- 
ward VII ami uiih appointed to hIa 
Canadian poHlilon a year before he 
waa rri-ai' il a baron in 18»7. HIa for- 
luni' in eHiimated at )125,nno,0(XI, and 
he in ' i-ediieil the largeat land owner 
In 'lie norlil He waa particularly 
frleiMily In AnierleaTiM and tilimd 
Ktanchly by the Cnlted StaU!S during 
the entire 26 yeara tbat be wan promi- 
nent In public life. He waa bom In 
1S2'1 At 'he llnie of tbe Titanic die- 

ati' r iH' 'oiiirll (I tri.nnn  o the New 

York city fund for the aufferera, al- 
tbongb be bad contribatad g eaa i e aa ly 
to thn London fnnd. Laat Manh be 
gave tr,.ooii to thn Ohio flood etiffcr- 
erK' fiiail. 

Ilu contributed genaronaly lo char- 
ity and had many Maadgi 




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Automobil* 



Who Were Oper | 
Mtgi Art M I 



Sneeie "Bern Pull Orown,' 
'Tou Diuat have patience, ' aaM the 
Saga. Nolbiog la ever bora tuU 
grown. 

"Itow tint • aaaMar mm the 

rooi 



\\'tal m Newepaper Cnlon N«w« ilervli* 
New Yorl  — A band of 31 autonio 
bile thieve* »ho«e operations for He 
pftKi r;^o  earfl In this ^iiy and in tVo. 
ficeilfiil. PeniiHylvaina ami .\i a r 
-ley repreienicd an aKKrcgaie of 
 uo loot ara being rouaded up on in- 
furmatlon aupplled by Mlaa Pearl Um- 
krctht. who 1« «aid lo have had a 
r|U.'iriel Willi one of the KatlK. Tile 
l o)ice hare the lint of nameu and ad- 
'ircfcaea ot all Implleatad. 

The arreatt of two men alleged to 
he members ot tlie gang were made 
liv li.   rivch The prlaonera arc 
.toiii! Stiei w ood. .'(S » yearn old. and 
charl"^ limly. 2^ years old. a diauf- 
eiir. Itudy waa held in t7,r uu bail 
• nd Sherwood la IMM ball on a 
  harge of grand lareaay. 



Dr. Picrre'ii Pelieta, iniaU, tuga r aeated, 
easy to tnlte ae eaaihr, fiaahla aadjairlr 
omts itotn... b, Urar aaJliwa l i. Bb aat 

gripe- .\'iv. 



Too RIeky. 
Mill 'io In an' tell do bartendardat 
If he don t giva yar a Mife 

drop dead." 
Hed -1 daan't. If he did I would 



INTtRNAL RIVINUI RtMMT. 




RAIL STRIKE OF B.000 ENDS 

OalBwara A Hudaon ofiir,.^iii Submit 
to Ualail Aftor Walkout Paralyxaa 
•yatofli— Padaral Madlator Agant. 

Albany. N. Y . Jan 21. -Tba atrika 
on the Delaware & Hudaon. wblok ba* 
can on Monday morning and by Boon 
tied up tbe entire ayatein, waa aattlad 
at night. Railroad nflirlala mat the 
•nbm'i damanda that they reatoratwo 
4taeharged enl|'io.^e^. .lanev, a. Lynch, 
an engineer, ami I' A siadi-. a con 
ductor. to thi'lr fonner iiosliiona All 
atrlkara will return to duty at once. 
Flva tbouaand wore involved lo tbe 
-walkout. 

O W, \V llaiiijer. a meiiilier of the 
fulerai lii.anl of m. ilia'ion .iml . onclll- 
illton. broiiKliI ali'iiit 'Im aKiei tn n' 



St. Mary'a. .Ian. 22.— The grand Jury 



In Hi'Hi-lim here broiu:ht in an indict 

III. lit :i ' ilm t one of lirt own IlienilierH. 

Juiuea Severn, on a charge of diaturb- 
Ing rellgloua worablp. Savam plead- 
ed guilty, and Judge Wooda inpoaed 
a flna of |36, which waa paid. 

Madrid, Jan. 23.- -Many peraona 
were injured In strike rioto In tbe 
Ml'ias |H  K'o Tinto copper mln- 
Inx diHtrlct. The altuatloa there la 
eaualag tba govammaat aMoh alarm. 

Wobater, Maaa., Jan.- IS.— Aa In- 
crease of live )i. r tent in tlio wnKea 

of J, nil" opi i ith.'M 111 He- roltoli nulla 

of the (iroaveiiordaie eoiupauy waa 
announced. 

WuhlMiton. Jan. 12.— Tbe Senate 
military aSalrH committee ordered a 
favorable report on tlin nomlnalloa of 
Col William t' CoTKaa to be aurgeon 
gem ra) of llii  army. 

Jackson, Mlaa., Jan. 'ii. -The lower 
boaaa ot the Mloahwlpsi laglalalan da- 
faatad a raaolutioo to aaMad tha eon- 
atltutloa to give full auffrage lo 
womeo. 

New York. Jan. 23 WboopiuK 
broiii hiilh 1h the name pbyaiciaiin nro 
kIvIuk to a combination of broncbitia 
and whooping cough which baa ap- 
peared In thla city, following Ihti re- 
cent variable weather. One of the 
pecullarillea of tbe outbreak la tbat 
It haa attacked puraona of mature 
\eara aa well an the young. 



WaxhiiiKion.- The American people 
irank Tn.iIDn.fldli xallona of whliky. 
I amoked 4.0!in.o iii.iiriii clxara and putr- 
; ed 8,71l.0OO.ui « elRar'-ticK during the 
' six niontha ended December ^1. ae- 
eordlng to flgtin'K annoiint'ed by Coiii- 
miialoner Oaborn, nf the Internal rev- 
' enue bureau. Tbe revenue collected 
I from diatllled aplrlta amounted to 
S.'.2.7I2. the whlaky lax being $16,142.- 
S'.4. toliaren. *4'.'.i' i H..'')ii:; ; corporation 
la.v. (.I,liii,7gU: cigarettea, «10,8»9,0OO. 
ami cigan. |12,S70, MO, Tba tOUl col 
lei'iioti of taxaa tor the all montha 
'oi.ii Ml S1«7.*47.M», aa tocraaae ot 
^l,i7.'.. i:;|| over tha eorreipoadlas pa- 

li.i.l lor 1912. 



■ra.wlaeloWa anothin Ryrap far caneree 
nmkiaa, aofiem tb« vama, redueen laflama^ 
Ue^laya piUMuraa wind  kiii ' Jta a k ail l eip 

(live pcopio what they think thay 
want Inatead ot what they really need 
and tboy'll go on iheir way rejoictng- 



Worwa •apelled j 



DoaH do aay worrylas today 
PM caa pat of till toniomw. 



Water la biniag la adaltatnMoa. fllaa«i 
water niakea llauM blaa aaally. kiy M 
Crwt 11*11 Blaa Ad*. 



Moat of your frienda will atand bp 

you aa Innif as  imi have a .iollar 



THREE MEN HOLD UP TRAIN. 



I.*'iter rnporta ot the eruption of the .Sakura Juna voli a.-'o in .lap. in do 
not leiiKc. thn horrora of that diaaatar. In 'vliieli thoii.saeii.^ or liveH »era 
loat The volcanic dtatnrbancea there havu not ' vaaed, ilejuKb decrraslug 
in violence. 



BUiSTAIFAIRKILLS4 



CONVICTS FLEE; 7 SLAIN 



EX-JUOOe THOMAS SLAIN AND 
WOMAN SHOT. 



SCORE OF OTHERS INJURliO 
WHEN EXPLOSION WRECKS 
PAVILION AT OTTAWA. 

Inmatoa of Stote Penitentiary at OkIa- 
PRIZE ANIMALS ARE SLAIN noma seek to Shoot way la Ub- 

I erty WItli Gir' as Shield. 



I'haitanooKn. Tciin -Thre.- men 
boarded Somiicrn llailvvay I'aM^enj;. r 
Train No. II. clialtaiiooK.i 'o Tu.seiim ^ 
■ila, Ala., at Kuckler, Ala., held ii|  . 
mall clerka and ezpreoi meaaengcrH, ! 
emptied mall pouchea and the exprea.s 
oar i«fe, and ohl.nimil no riHani for' 
their trouble. The loimi rs lonn.i .k.'v | 
aaeond-elaaa mail in;Mi.' . irnni.. ..nd 
packagea of food in lie- . a - Wlo n 
two mtlee from the station ilie man 
la tba locomotive forced the engine. . 
lo atop hIa train, and mall and exprea - 
earn were uneoupleil o n fiaaaengurj 
eoachea. 



■OMR KXPLOOKS NEAR TRAIN. 



Five Peraen Cramatad Whan Fire 
Oetaroye Houae at AlpefM. Mich.— 
Children Perish aa Thay Sleep- 
Father Escapee With Son. 

Ottawa, Uvt., Jan. 211. — Four men 
were tnatantly klUad and mora than 
u acorn Inji'red by the oxploalon of a 

boiler In llorwick hall on Wedneaday. 

.Many blooded cattle and horac^f 
were on -xhibitinn In tha bulldlm; 
when the Ottawa Live Stock fair 
opened. .\t lenrt 20 of the horaea 
wnreUi'l' il 'I 'l' m'l lorlty of those in- 
jured ni:Ti'..l tleir l.iiris when llie 
iHiiter i \|il,. ! '.i tin' ' I'lera received 
M" t il nliUH . Ill 'a; lilt-' liie live Hto 'k 
lilt ot :iie lull nitiK tMllldlllK- 

Tbe loaa ia eatlmated at more than 
S4.' 0 000 on the building and Ita con- 

tenia 

.\ portion of Ibe iH.lli-i wa^ ill i-.vn 
IhroUKb the roof of the builiilaK. and 
(he force of the bloat amasbed wln- 
dowB in houaea for many blorka 
around the hall lliitidreilf of real- 
denta tltouttbt .an . :.rtli(|nake had or 
eurred and fled from their hoinea. 

Amoug the valuable bonaa killed 
were Sarah Moore, Rlue Mouse. Out- 
IKist and Lord MInto 

Alpena. Hicb., Jan 2.". l-'ive ri 'r- 
HOiia wore cremated when Ore de- 
airoyed tba hoaia ot Samuel Blolae 
an Italian tanner laborer, on Wednea- 

liuy The dead Mis !\li.i,e I'.lirty 
n\ ■ , lloiialo 1 i.ilsaiiio a lio ii.l l . ihir- 
ty-three. I-Yank [tbdse aix. Hmid.i 
Blolaa, Ave: ten-montha«ld baby 
Tbe rather aavad one aon, aged nine, 
jumped throasb a window aad waa 
badly cut but will raeovar. 



, McAlcster. Okla.. .Ian 21.— As the ra 
I ault of an attempt on the part of throe 
I prloonera lo aocapa from the aUta 
I penltantlary hen on Hoaivf. aarao 
men are dead aad one woman li 
' wounded. 
I Tbe dead 

P. C D.iti 1. ile;iiily sherltf 

r r (iodfrev. Buard 

11.11 i I l enii.r. v.. riilion man 

JiiilK- lol Ti U Thoniaa, lormcil; 

COIIK'' ■ -m.in Iio'l: li'il' ila. 

I'liina H I. pi:..oiicr 

Tom l.ane. priaonur. 
Charlea Kunt2. prIaoDor. 
The injureil 

Mi:..-. Mary Foster, prlaon atenog- 
rapher; shot in leg. 

J. W. Martin, turnkey: shot In 
cheek. 

C. n. WoodB. Kiiard sliot in arm. 

Judge Thomas, .i .Masl ''K''e aitor 
ney, wna formerly coiigreaai.ian from 
llllnoia, a federal Judge and a mem 
ber of the slate code commiaatnn. He 
served lU-e leriiis in eoiiKreri-; troni tiie I 
i;»;y|il I 111 1 ilLi'rii'f I 

It ■ d. l ane an l Kuntz. the three 1 
pri'oii. r.-, sio ined the guard, ahooi [ 
ing the three priaon officiala and Judge 
Thomaa. who waa In the penitentiary 
conaulting a client. 

The prisoners then rushed to the 
penitentiary ortUe and at the point of 
rinolvera forced F. C. Illce and Mlaa 
Mary Pkiater, tbe latter a penlteatlary 
stenographer, to go with them to a 
liiiKrv le'ar the p. nilenilary il «et 
In ,\ bullet tr im .inn ot 111., iirisori- 
era' guua eiilMred tbe leg of MIsa Kos- 
tar. Sha faiatad la the buggy. 



Paris.— According to l. liitransige- 1 
ant. Dowager Kmpiess Marie of lius- 1 
sia. has wriiten to her sister. l ow-l 
aKer tjiieeli Alexandria of Kli':iand.l 
telling of her narrow escape from i 
death during bar recant trip from Den- 1 
mark to St. Peteraburg, wben a bomb j 
(Xploded ten yards from the train in | 
which slie was ridiiiR. Til" l)ow.i'..:tT | 
I'^nipress had recently received a .Ni- 
iilliat death tbraaL 



LOST SUBMARINE IS FOUND 5. MAY INDICT FIRMS 



Several Aviatora Oiscovar. HMIsalng 
■ritMr Crsft After Warablpa Patlad I 
—AH Are Dead. | 

ri t'l ,laii " ; I lie llr llsli siiti 

marine A 7, which dlauppvared durii K 
laaneuvern In Plygwalh aoaad, was 
located on the bottom at a depth oi ^ 
200 feet on Wednesday, j 
lleperls of I lie lilscovery of the 
misaing submarinu aald that the ven | 
aal vraa olshlad by aavaral avhiiors 
who wara otSa r ad to Jola tba aearch- { 
on aftar aoariy a week spent by vari- 
ooa oraft la iissglng the bay 



Oaa KIIM In Train Wraak, 
Moatiaal. Qaa.. Jan. 14.— Tbu Soo 
flyer OB Ilu Oaaadlan PaclSe railroad 
was wraokad on Thuroday at Meatb. 
Ont., and oao paraoa '•aa kllM and 
nine aerloualy ta|an4 Maath Ig leai 
Pembroke. 

Mra. John O. Gives '(JOOOO 
Cleveland. O, Ian 1^ i Mi -- .hi'.il, 
II Horkef, Her preaeiiteil Kii. li.l Ave 
oue baptist church witli l^u.uoii In 
aoM baada ot tba RoekalaUar mnda 
tloa Am4 baarlas t^a par caat. in 
■taraat 



Pederal Jury Takes Up Alleged Re 
bate Cases Involving Ship- 
mrnta of Meats. 

t lii '.;.;!'. .t ie i A lar reachinfc in 
qnli \ li\ ilie ii iieral Kiand Jury which 
nun lesi'lt in tile la-lnrn of many lie 
di' iiiii uis i. ;Hiiisi hiah olHclala of one 
ot Ilie largest atorkyarda pocking con- 
cerns as well as the heads of three 
other eerporatlona and a number of 
raiiro.i.l i-ompunlea fur aticKed viel.i 
tionu of the inleratale commerce tawa 
problMllnB rebalea lioai isHnadi to 
atalppen waa ataried oa 



Orew of Lost Schoonsr Safe. 
RoBtoa, Jan. 24. A dlapatch from 
Baraoda aatd that CapL a M. Car 
lltle aad IS men. tha eraw a( tha 

flve*niaated s *h Kiner Preacolt Palmer, 
lost on JauiK'i  i- in a terrillc Kale, 
had beea laiiued (bore by a aehouaer. 



MILLIONS FOR CANCER FIGHT 

American Milllenaira Plana to Katob- 
Hah 20 Great Radium Inatltutea 
to Treat Oiseaae Pree. 

U anhiiii'.ion. Jan. 23. — Ouly the cost 
ot triiiii portatlon of radium bearing 
ores Iri 'n tbe mines to the reBnerlee 
.1 amis between ihe 20o.nn« eami-r eut- 
!i ri-rs in the I niled .States and their 
hope of ri eovery, according to Thomas 
It ilanahai;, l'eiins  Ivania stoto com 
missiont-f ( f nilm h. who teatlfled be- 
fore 'li  liei se '-oi'imlttee on mines 
and ii ; I'l)!. uhich ia holding bear- 
ings h ri' on hills for the Hlihdrawal 
of '.n'h!.^ (ontaitiia^ i-iiiiiiii 1 bearing 
ores. An .ViiuTicun nillliiniaire ia con- 
sidering giving tU'.ooo.OOO lo eatabllab 
20 great radium Inatltutea throughout 
the I'niled States for lb" flee treat 
mei.i .it cancer, --aid .1 M Klalinery. 
president of the .Slundnid I'lii'mlcal 
cominny of PItlabursh. Fa., tha only 
radium iirnducar la Ihe eoontry. 

Rrb'l^ Capture Capa Haitian. | 
I'l-ri .111 I'rliice, llnltl. J.m 24.— I 
Cape llaltien, Ihe principal city on { 
the northern ron.«t, has been cap- 
tured by ravrlut: iiiIfis. according to 
a private dif i aii li i. : Ivi^d hert. The 
rebela alw captured a gunboat. 



THREAT S CATTER S SOLONS 

Repreeantatlva Johnoan of Kanttiaky 
Strikea Man — Othara Plae aa 

He Ooea for Cun. 

WaaliiiiKiiiu. Jan. 22. -A list tight 
between Iteprcsentatlve Johnson ot 
Koutucky and John R. Shielda, a 
Washington attorney, broke up a 
meeting of the house committee on 
Dietrlct of fol'imbia on Tuesday. 
Viler tb'- '«" ne u l':'d rlaslied and 
.leveral blowa were (.tiuek. II. freben- 
tatlve Johnaon broke aw.iy. shoniing: 
•■(let me my platol. I'll kill In ni ' Mr. 
Shielda waa ki.ocltej ,:o\. n .\ ilo -eii 
were 111 the room »b  n lohiison i. ii 
ed aw.-iy.aereanilni! lov li s |.i.-iol. hii' 
hia demand for lliearitH) 'oon emptied 
the ofllce. When he returned oah 
the clerk.i remaiiud The clasli be- 
tween- the two men followed a In Br- 
ing on a bill to IPvTcaso the salaries of 
crooslns pollcemua. whom Bhlalda ra^ 
reaented. , 



A. P. of L. ta Aaaaaa Mambara. 

WushlnKton. Inn 24 Special aa 
»  sMm tits oil all unions adlllaled with 
Ihe .\ineriean Kederatiuu of l..alior to 
raise a fund fur further orgaulaallon 
of women workora waa voted at a 
mcalias otthe (xecnthra 



I 



Flirt la Given Six Montha 
8|iringtleld, Mo . Jan 2:! - J K Kl- 
klns of Naahvtlle, -Tean.. a traveling 
salesman who Blrioti with a SprlnR 

ll.ilil p.)lleeira"'s wife at the 'Priaco 
d.'i n ,\ill r^e a nil montha' seu- 
tencu la tbe Qrevni^ county Jail- 



Oypay Chief Slaya Ruaa OWeer. 

SI Pelerhl iirK. -Ian 2l .\n off.cer 
of 111 - 'inl'*ii.il plants ii!i:n. d Kols i 
knv was shot and lusiautiy killed by 
stepbanov, Uypay leader. Kolanhov's 
conduct toward Staphanov'a daagbte'' 
■aaaed tba maiSar. 



Oarrlaen to Phlllpplnea. 

W - l.u-.i;'!'!.. l.'u 2:1 - Secretary of 
W.ir t:.i-.-,sor, il sfHjii luaki' a iripto 
the rbillppiuu islands. Preaideut Wil- 
son will diH:lde upon tbe time aad it la 
expected hu wU.' vlalt Buropjoa aa- 
lluua oa hU way h awa 



CINCINNATI MARKETS 



Wheat .Vo. 2 red OKeii »l. .\o. :i red 
!l6l3'9Sc, No. 4 red 8.".'!iH4 -, 

Corn — New corn is iiuoted as foi- 
lowa: No. 2 white TuiJjTlc, No. :i 
white .\o. 4 white 66it| 67c. 

.\o. 2 yellow HS'fiSHc, No. 3 yellow 63 '-j 
iMir.i', .\'o, 4 yellov On'i/'i.lc. \'o. 2 ?ni\- 
.-li ';.") o'iTe. No ;i inix.-il ''.:{' 2 1' mix 
III e,i:- t;r, iii;7e. while ear li.'i^oli7e. yel- 
II .1 , ,11 •iii'o I'.Ne 

'): !- .\o 1' while 42'L.*Ir l.'.c. stand- 
ard white 42&42 3r, No. :i white 4Ka 
'ititc. .No. 4 whlla 3»H()41c, No. 2 
mixed 4a ,i«is41c, No. 3 mixed tOfi 
inue. No 4 mixed 38Vi08SHc. 

I lay No 1 liniothy tlS, atandard 
iimoili.v »17. No, :' timothy $16. No. 3 
tiniolliy $14 '."'111.', No 1 I lover mixed 
I1S..M1. .No, 2 eener uiLViii J 1 I o 1 4,.Mi. 
No. 1 clover IH.iiiKiJ 15. So. S clover 
11391.1.50. 

Kggs— Prime flrata SSHc, flrsts 
;i2Hc. ordinary BraU smc aaconds 
2gc. 

Poultry- Hens. Ti lbs and over, 
rit^e; :'. - lbs ,iml over, rtc: vonn,;;. 
.tI. roosieis. I_*(-. roosters. Inc; 
springers, over 2 lbs, loljc; spriiiK- 
an. 2 Iba and under, 17o; spring ducks, 
white, 4 Iba and over, 15c; ducks, iin 
dar 4 Ibo. 14c; tarkaya, toma, old. 
l He; yoanc tarkan. S Iba aad over. 
ItHc 

Cai'le shiiipers. tn Tr.iii S C."; : hiiti-li- j 

er ste. l-. tXfla $T) 'i'.tH, Kood to ' 

choic.i $i'iH5iS;))7,7' . eominoii lo fair, 
»5.7.';''u O 75: heifers, extra »7 7.' . wood! 
10 choice $7.2507.65. cuminon to fair j 
(507: cows, extra t6.25O6.50, good lo 
choice I5.50O6.15, common to fair 
I8.7506.2S: cannera. t3ifi 4.S0. | 

Bulla — Boloitna tti'Ji li 7." . i xtra $7. 
fat bulla U.50rii7 

I'alvea- Extra J i'l 7.'! "ii 1 1 . fair to 
good $S,.'in'''l 10 .'.II. eonillioll and larL;e ' 
|3.5ll'il ill. 2a, I 

Hogs— sieiecled heavy $8.40, good lo 
choice packen and butchan t8.3a'i 
1.40, mixed packera tS.Snng.SS. atai:s 

$4 .'Vo^'i 7. extra $7 25, i-iimrn.in to choi.-t 
lii-av  r.il sow, .«.'. .-ii .'xtra J7 Sil ^ 

0 7 s.i, lii-lil -lii|i|iei-~ , s lii'ii s ."ill; iii,.;s ; 

1 1 111 lbs .iml less I f i ll 7  5 

Shiep Kxlra M.7."i, ;;n, .1 lo chol, e 
*4 2.'4i4 6o. common to fair 12 75Si 
-i 13, I 

l^auibs— Kxtra 17.75©" 90. good to 
choice 87t)7.7£, common lo fair 85.50 
••.T5. I 
■ ■ 

SHOT BY HIS COOK. 1 

i'.iiiBlei. Mor«H-eo i'aul t'hevaiidler ! 
DeValdrome. ihe I'r. in h diplomatic, 
agent here, was sti n ami :.::ied by hia 
cook, a man i.auied Sure, in the pres- 1 
ence of guests who bad been invited ' 
to attend an ufllclal dinner in Ibe li- 
gation All Ihe Kuesls bad assembled. 
Imt 111 - I k r.-iu i'd to serve the diiv | 
tier and .M. DeValdrome, after vainly | 
exiiosiulailng with bin, ordarad him 
out of the houae. Aa M. DaTaldrome 
was retuinllit! lo bis llaesls 'lie . onU j 
followed hi:, uud diawuiK ,i leinlieii 
shot -.be diplomatic osoui twice. 



WOMAN REFUSES 
OPERATION 

Tdls How She Was Saved 
Iqr Taking Lydia E. Pink- 
ham's Vegetable 
Compound. 

I/ifans;if.rt. Ind. — "My baby won 
over a yi ar old and I bioatad till I waa 
a btudon to myaelt. 
I anffered from fe- 
ll) mala tronblo so I 
could not atand on 
my faat and I fall 
like mlllloBi of 
needli 3 were prick- 
ing' me all over. .\t 
last my doctor told 
ma tbat all that 
woold lave me wtui 
a n operation, b u t 
this I r- fused. I 
toM my htuband to get me a bottle of 
l4KHa H PiDkhaai'a Vafotabla Com* 
poond and I would trjr It bef on I wooM 
submit to any operation. He did ao and 
I improved risht along. I am now doing 
all my work and fi clioK line. 

"I hope other EulTerincwomen v.i!! 'r'/ 
yoor Compoand. I will recommend it 
to aU I know."— Mia. Pamsl O. B. 
Davis, 110 Fnaklfai St .Logaaaport, Ind. 

Since we p^arantee th.it all testimo- 
nials which we pulnish are t;cnuine. is it 
not fair to soppooe that if Lydia E. 
Pinkbam'gVegoiaUaCoapaiiadhtisthfl ' 
virtue tb help these women It will help 
any other woman who is suffi rin,; -.n a 
like manner? 

If you aro ill do not drag alon-; unlil 
an operation ia necessary, but ;:t om-e 
talte Lydia E. i'iokham'a Vegetable 
Compotmd- 

Writn to Iiyilla B. Plnkham 
Mo llcinnf'  .,(eonli Ieiitl;iI) Lyiin, 
Ma .s. Votir letter nil Ik- oix-neil, 
rend :»ii*l jiiiswereii t ,\ a^toiiiau 
aiKl liclil ill .-trxet ■ . :illilen' o. 





Rheumatic 
Twinges 

fieUI fuimediAtely Ui Sloan's I.In- 
iBtenL it relieves nciiint; &u l 
•woUmi parU iattantly. Roduret 
Inflammation and quieUthat af^on- 
laiiiff pain. Don't rub— it pene- 



tratm. 

SLOANS 
UNIMENT 

Kills Pain 

fiT«tqfatck rr\\cf from rheat ami 
hroat affertioaH. Have vou tried 
Sloan'tf Herr't vrhat otnert M/i 

_ RalUf trmm Rlivuaiate 
^9 oMltMr tuM ui«d on« lOc. baMa 
of Sluan'a iJnlaMBt, and althouKli tba 
ti ovar M years nf u^m, ahe baa ob- 
tainad ar^at r^tirf fr nn hrr rheunaa- 

tUm."--itn. U. I l..n.UU if. OUr^.Cml 

Gaod for Cold and Crtmp 
**A Uttia bov Dcit U M T li xlt^rotip I 
■av* tha not bar Sloan'* Utiirnent to 
try. fib* ia*« him tbnt drnp^ on tuicnr 
before poinff to bed. and he got ur w. fi 
Ml tha croup in tha morning "—^' T. 

MwaWia Coaa 
**feoan's A^nlaaut is the h. «t medi- 
eiaa In Ihe world. It haa reiicvad ma 
afaaaralvia. Tboaa pains ti%\c all gona 
aad I can tralr Mr ymir I.iniuwnrdid 
•toj^rh«m^*r«- C. jy. ZW*ir 

A  aU DaaW Priaa ISa., BOa. A It JW 

ltaillMNllK.lllliilML 





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THE 




rYntVILUt, KT. 



HBSNOnO 

BE 



SAYS WILSON 



nt Outlines Plan for Regu- 
lation of Trusts. 



tQWRE lUtmEtS WITN UW 



Explicit Definition of the Policy and 
MMRlni af Bxlttlng Lawa Itof Plr«l 
lmp»r m w Awfgonlam ■Mwaaii 



WaablDgtoD, Jan 10 — Pmaldeiit 
*^'Ilson deMT«red the following roea- 
nitiifi today beftire a joint Besaion of 
the two lioiiKos of roiiKlt*vi* : 

"Ot'nltoiiioii of the oorkip^m 
In my rei ort Un the State of the 
UDkn,' whiek I kM tka prtvllaia of 
readltiK to rem on the IM of Dacom- 
l pr last. I vcntiirpd to rpsorvp for 
(lii,rii.-  iic.Mi fli a iaiiT date the Bubj**ct 
of additional leiilKlation regarding the 
Terjr dlfflrult and Intricat* nuttier ot 
trusta and monopolies. The time now 
aeema opporliino to turn to thru ^mat 
question, not iini\ hPcHUFf iln'  ui- 
ri'nry leglHlnlioTi whirh absoi lcd your 
titti'ntion and 'li*' allt'iil'.oii of tin* 
rountry in Doreinber. in uow dlBpuetMi 
at, k«t alao bacanao eplnkm appaarR I 
to be claarlns aboat na with itninitar | 
rapidity In this other great fli'Id of 
anion, tti ttu- iiiaitpr of th*'   nrrfni*  | 
It cleared suddenly and very happily 
after tha araeh-debatad act was { 
paaiad; in reepect to the monopollea 
which hara miilil| lteri nhoni ns and In 
icsard to the v.'irioiis nn-'ans In which 
they have been organized and iiinln- 
tained, If Been»« to be cominK to a 
clear and all but univereni upreenieni 
In anticipation of our artinn. aa If by 
the wajr of preparation, malting the 
way eaaier to noo and eaaler to aet 
out upon with rontidenre and wtthont 
rnnfllaion of ronn.'fl 

Bualneea of Interpretation. 
"I.ifigipIation hHH iis utnK Hi)ti« r   liUf 
everything else, imil ihi' Htnios|ili. i.' of 
acconmodatloa and mutual under- 
whloh we now breathe with 
1 retNahnent la matter of iln- 
rere rongralulation It ouKhl In make 
our task very much leas (llllirnlt .iiid 
embarraaalng than It would have been 
had wa kaa  o M I^ad to aaatlBna to 
aet anidat the atnoiphere of anapi- 
elon and nntagnnlsm which haa to 
Ifng made it iinpoHsililc lo aiiprooch 
juch oueatloBa with dispaaalonate tatr- 
Oe uatmutU a lagUlattoa, when 
aneeaaafnt, la alwaya the embodiment 
of convincing experlenea and of the 
mature pnblle opinion which finally 
•prtnga out of that experience I-eg. 
lalatloo la a buslnesa of Interpretation, 
not of origination : and It la now plain 
what the opinion is to which we meat 
give effect in thia matter. It la not re 
eeot or hasty opinion It sprinRH out 
of the experieficc of a \vhnl« Rfiicra- 
tlon. It has rlarlfled itself by lung 
aoataat. and thoaa who tor a loac time 
battled with It and soacht to change 
It are now frankly tad llpMtiaMy 
yieidliiK to It anil aeekteg ta aaatorm 
their actions to it. 

"Tha great bnilneeamen who organ 
iMd and flBaneml monopoly and those 
who administered it In actual every- 
day tranBiictlorifi have year after year, 
until now. either denied its exlNicnce 
or JtiatMed It as neeesaan f' r liic i t 
feetiT* maintenance and developmeni 
of the raat baelneaa proeeaaea of the 
cmintry In the modem drcumatanees 
of tradi and manufacltire and flnatice; 
Itiii :iii ttic while opinion has made 
head iigainst them. The arerage 
*— l a aw aa la eonvtBoad tlMtt the 
waya of tlherty are alao the waya of 
peace and Ihi- mhvm of hiu'cchs as 

W' l' iilid n' I.. ; 'he niaiitiTH nt liiisl- 

nets on the great scale have begun to 
yleM their preference and porpoae, 
••rtapa tbair hidgment alae..ta honor 
•Me aurraadar. 



"What we are pnrpoalng to do, there- 
fore, ia happily not to hamper or la- 

t^rf.re business as enlltihlened 

T.. '.a ii;, II iirefi-r to do It, or in any 
aens« to put it under the ban. The 
untagoaiam between bualnen aad gov- 
naeat la orer. We are saw about 
J give eipresf ion i ih  heat bualBaaa 
Pdginent of A ii-r;. , to wkat wa 
know to be the business coaaalaBaa 
^nd heaor of the land. Tha a**«ta- 
| 'nt aad baalneaa men are ready to 
*'t each other half way in a eomirion 
' rt to aquare business methods '^itli 
Ih public opinion and law The best 
Toruied men of the business world 
fondeinn the methods and processes 
fund ccaaeiiuencei of monopoly as we 
condeu n ihem; and the Inatlnrtlre 
]udgm. iit of ihe vast mf.)orlt\ of Inial 
IiesB Bill. ei,r  where ftii.'h jiili tluMii 

..We khali now be their spokesman 
That Is the atMBgth of our poaltloo 
II nd the 301* prophecy of what will ea- 
rue whBU our reaaonabli- work Is done 
'When M-rlous couteui ends, when 
lien unite in opinion and purpoae. 
iiioaa who are to ehanga thair waya ot 
luslaaia. Joining with those who ask 
^or the change li \n possible to i ff' 

in 'he way in wliicri prudeai iiw'. 
thoughtful and putriullc men auulii 
wlA to aae It broufht about, with as 
 *w. as aUghi. aa aaay and almple bual- 
r.rsa resadJuafaiM aa possible in tba 
circuuisiaaaea. lethlag cuaentlal dla- 
""-bed, MthtBi- tarm «p *r  ka roou. 
■I mmtw wki* m» to 



ion Por 
( of iweeping or 

K««ha 

nadentMd that our object la sat ta 

nnie^ttle hualneaa or anywhere serious- 
I  to tir. ak Ita cstalili-*hi d i fiijrsta 
athwart On the contrary, we desire i 
the lawa we are n. w aliont to paa* toi 
be the bulwarks and saf"guards of In ' 
dustry against the ron es that have | 
disturbed it. What we have to do can ; 
be done In a now spirit, in thoughtful | 
moderation, vllhoqt mhhMiah «f hn 
untoward kind. 

Private Monopoly intolerable 
'We are all agreed that private 
■Qhataly U iadeteaalble aad latolar 
•hie, and otir program li founded upon 
UMt crinvii tliio It w ill bi' a compre- 
henslM' liiit i.'-t .1 railli al or iinai-i ept- , 
able program, and these are Ita Items. { 
the ehaagae which o*lalo  dallharately , 
aanetloni aad Ibr which business | 
waits. 

"It awaits with acgulescnie n the 
flrat place (or laws wbivh will ef- 
fectually prohibit and prevent such 
Interlockinga of the personnel of the 
directorates of great corporatlona— 
banka and railroads, industrial, com- 
merciai and public service bodies — as 
in i lTeci icMilt 111 luakiiig those who 
borrow and tliuse who lend practical- 
ly one aad the same, thoae who sell 
and those who buy but tha aame per- 
sons tradlrg with one MWlhar under 
differeiii i aitii-H und IB dlSaruBt com- 
binations, and those whcaa alect ta 
compote, la fact, partaara aad maiten 
of soma whole Sold of butlneas. But- 
flrient time should be allowed of 
course. In which to effect these 
changes of organization without incon- 
venience or confusion. 

Sudi a piohlbitlon will work much 
more than a mere negative good by 
correcting the serious evils which 
have arisen liecniise, for example, the 
men who tiiive been tlie liireclinK 
spirits of the great investment iianka 
ii au usurped the place which belongs 
In Independent Indtistrlal management 
worlvi-iK 111 Its behoof It will lirini; 

new III. -11. lll■^^ iIirr'TK.. U lii vv s-pirlt 

of initiative, new biuod Into ilie man- 
at'cment of our great bualneaa enter- 
prises It win open Ihe Held of In- 
dustrial development nmi orlttinatlon 
to scores of men who hiiM been 
obliged to serve when tin r aliilitles 
entitled them to din i t It will ini 
menaely hearten the young men K.ni 
lag oa aad will graatly eartch the 
buslnew activities of the whole coun- 
try 

Harm and injuit:r.e Done, 
"in the second place, business men, 
as wall aa thoae who direct public a^ 
faira Bow recognlie. and recogntie 

with painful clearness, the great harm 
and Injustice which has been done to 
many, if n it ail. of the great railroad 
aystems of Ihe country hr tha wajr 
in which they have been financed and 
their own diatinctlve Interests subordi- 
nated to the Interests of tht luen 
who financed them aad ot other busi- 
neaa enterprlaes wMah t lhaae men 
wished to promote. 

"The eouatry la ready therefore to 
accept and accept with relief as well 
as approval, a law which will confer 
iiimn the intf-rsiate eominerre com- 
misaion the power to eu|)erintend and 
regulate tha flaaadal opeiattoaa by 
which the rallroada are heacefOrtb to 
be Bupiilied with Ihe money they need 
for thi-li j,rul'er (lt-\ . Inpnit :ii to m«i-t 
the rapidly gruwlug ri-quiremenls of 
the aeuBtry for tocreaaed and Im- 
proved Ihcintlea af transportation. We 
cannot postpone action in this matter 
without leaving the railroads exposed 
to many eerlous handicaps and has- 
ards; and the pruaperity of the rall- 
roada and the prosiierity of the coun- 
try are In.-^eparably connected. Upon 
iliiK  |UMStioii those who are chiefly 
responsibli' tor the actual manage- 
ment iiiiil oiH riitioii of the railroads 
liave siiokeu \erj pl'ilniy and very 
• -artiestiy. with a purpose we ought to 
be (luick to accept It. It w ill be one step 
uiiii u very important one. toward the 
necess.-xry separation of Ihe business 
of production from the business of 
tranapaftaiUOB. 

"The bualneea of the country awaits 
also, has long awaited and lias suf- 

l.-leil lll•l■uu^• It rolllil 1 Ml ,.1jI.,iu lur- 

Iber and more explicit legislative detl- 
iiiiiou of the polley and meaning ot 
the nxUitiug antMruat laws. Nothing 
hamiiers business like uncertainty. 
NothinK daunts or discourages it like 
the necessity to lalu chances, to run 
the risk of falling trader Ihe condem- 
nalion of the law befora It can make 
aare Juat what tha Uw is. 

Definition New Paaalble. 
"Surely wr .ire sufTlriintl} idiynKar 
Willi int' n li;;;! pr(»'e?s h ..: '1 m' th- 
uds of mut.oiiuly and of the many 
hurtful restraints of trade to mahe 
deflnltlou possible, at aay rate up to 
the limitH of what t-\perlem e lias dls 
t-hw-tl Tticse pra'-iI'.F, being ijow 
abundantly disclosed, ciin be •-.piU 
Itiy and Item by Item, forbidden b  
alatule In such terma aa will prac 
tir.-iii'. cliniiiiale aaoartatartjt, the law 
itself ai.d the peaaHy balas made 

eijimll) plain 

And the busities,. mea Off the 
ruuali*y desire aumeihlng BMWe than 
that the meiiace of legal process ia 
these matters be made explicit and In- 
teiliglble I h    di sir* the advice, the 
li' tiMii- i:iiiilsni-' and information 
whii'li can be supplied by an admin- 
istrative body, an Interatata trade 
commission 

*Tbe opinion of the countrv would 
Insiuiitlv upiiriive nf mrh a couiwits- 
aion It would not wish to see it em- 
powered lo make termi with monop- 
oly or In any sort to assuBM eoatral 
of iMii-ii"VH Its ;f tl' government 
ii:ad - it: I If rt  -]'":. ^ . 111' It deroanda 
hill b a  'uinti:li-Mi-'n onU aa an indla- 
peuslble instrument of lr,forruatlon 
and publicity as a elearluic hu ise fur 
the facia by which both -l-.e public 
mind ajid the wanngeri. o.' great tusl- 
iMaa ■Bdartaklnga should b* guided. 
aat t» m fenlruMalalMir tm Mag 



)u«ttce to bustaeaa where the proeeae 
es of the conrta or the natural forces 
mt aai t a im a oaMMa iho «*arta are 
laadaquate i* adlMt th» remedr to 
the wrong la a way that will meat all 
the • i.'jiilea tad dmaalaaeaa «f tha 

case. 

"Producing Induairlee, for example, 
which bare pasaed the point up to 
which combination may be consistent 
with the public Interest and the free- 

lioni of trade, (.-ti.tio* ..twi, s hi dia- 
scrti il li,to tliei-- « Cli p' lit I t .r!:s as 
readily ss railroad con pun es or sim- 
ilar orgaalxalloBa can be. Their dia- 
aolatloB by ordlaary legal proceas may 
oftenllmea Involve fitiaiu.al ronse- 
queneaa likely to cverwhelni the se- | 
curlty uiarket aad bring upon ii break- i 
down aad iio a t artoa. There ought le 
be an administrative eommltalon ra- 1 
pHbie of direi'ling and shaping such | 
correc tive prmeasea. out  inly in aifl j 
of the couiff but also !■  inde| tuieul { 
  ik^ei't toll . l' liei ' ssni 



FUME Faun sins 
I 

mIXIuiii awrovbd av wilmn 

MA* NO IMAM LOOf- 
HOLIt. 



TO iccMi uwt vEfrr soon 



Penalty far nsstraint of Commsrcs, 
Unfair ■aalw a aa and lii t ailoe h lat 
Olrae t er a taa — Ampla ^vlalana 
Made fee Trade Cemmlaalen. 



Make Pumshn-.ant Certain. 

' iiiasmiii K as o.ii object and 



the 

spirit u( our actluL In these inattera 
la lo meet bualaaaa hau wap la lu 
proeeaaea of aolf-corpoetlOB aad dIa- 
lurb Us legitimate course aa Httia aa 
puaslble. we ought to see to It, aad the 
Judgment ot practical and aaiaciooa 
men of aSaIra ararirwhera would ap- 
plaud Ui if we did see to It that pen- 
alUea aad puuiahments should (all, 
not upon business Ittelf, lo Its confix 
ilon and Interruption, but upon the 
indlvldnala who aae the lustrumental- 
Itles ot bualaaaa to do things which 
public policy and aound businees prac- 
tice condemn. Every act of buslneaa 
is done st the command or npon the 
initiative oi some ascertainable per- 
aou or gruup of peraons. These should 
b» held individually responsible and 
the punishment should I all upon them, 
not upon tile business crganiiation ot i 
which ti'.e  lealti- iUcFul use. 11 sliould 
be one u( the maiu objects of our leg- 
islation to divest such persona of 
their corporate cloak and dful with 
them as with tboau who do not rep- 
iisi iii tli'ir corporations, but merely 
by ill liberate intention break the law. 
Huslness men the country through 
would. 1 itni sure, itnrliiitd us It we 
were tu take effn^^^i    pi- to aee | 
that Ihe ufllcers a4H^ n' ni great 
iMiitii-H wet(. prevented trom bringing | 
III. II, 1,1,. I ti l' imainess uf the couatrr 
into disiepuie und danger, | 
"Other iiueatloiia remain which will | 
need very thoughtful and practical 
tiiii'iii-ii' i iiterprises in these mod- 
i rii ,1.1.' ' i : yj'iti individual fiirtunea, 
are iiltenlimes interlocked not by 
being under Ihe control of tlM lanhk ! 
directors, but b) he fa, a' that the { 
greater part ot Uicir i,uiporate stock 
is owned by a atagie p^^rsun or rroup 
ot persons. who ur .0 some way lo- I 
tinuitely rAt,,! m nleri|«l 

H^olno Cc-Tiraniet ' 

' U .' are BKiied, I ii,, '.»■ riold 

ing ruinpanieii shoub. tie i ''bibiled, | 
bat what of the cooiroliinr pruate i 
ownership of Individuals ot actually { 
eonperallve gtoupa of li ili  Iduab ' 
Shall Ihe private owners of mpliiu 
stuck be sijfft'red lo be tbeniseUt'S in 
effect holding.' eonipanies" We do n »t 
wish, 1 supitoee. tu forbid tht- pur- 
chase ot stocks l,  aii.t person who I 
pleases to buy tiiem lu such r|u«ntl- 
tles he ran hfforil. or ,n any way i 
arliltrarlb to liintt tl., sale of stocks 
111 bonallde purcliaseit. .Shall we re- ' 
quire the owners of slock, when their 
voting power in several compantea I 
w hich ought to be Independent of one 
another would coiislltuKi actual con 
trul. to make aelecllon In which of i 
them they will eiercise their right to ^ 
vote? This question 1 venture for 
your eonslderuilon 

"There Is another n,:,lter ii. »i.,ili 
lniiii-n»tlM-  'onsid(-raiIoi.'* if .tistUe 
iii.il full pln  ■.iifceflf Ihi'.rt'.lfi 1 
ri-inediiil action. Not oi,i  tio iiiun.\ 
of the comUnationa effected or sought I 
to be effected In Ihe loduMrtal world I 
work an Injustice Ufxit. the |iubllc In I 
general: they also uirertly and aerl- I 
fiusly injure the ladlvldbals who are ' 
put nut of hualneas in one fair way or | 
another b  the many distoditlng and I 
eitermlnallnc forci if nt.inailon 
1 hope that we  liali :,| -,, 11. Blvinp 
private Ind1vtd-ia!« w'.i. • i:, n i" ll.■|^e 
been injur- ii ' : -.i . (..-- .i • 'lii 
right to found thi i; ^'lll^ foi rciin 
upon Ihe facts and Judamcnts proved 
and ri.t-red In auHa by the govom- 
ment where the go-' errtnent has upon 
Ita own InltlM'.ii i nil 1.. 'nr.hiij.i- 
tlons complaliied of ami won its suit, 
and that the statute of limllaiiuns 
shall be suffered to run agatnat such 
lltigania only from the date nf the 
coiiclualon of the governmeura artton 

Indivldb,)! Juitic*. 

"If Is not fiilr thi,i 'he prlvan I t 
gant should b - obliged to set -.p and 
• siiihlifh again flu- t.'icis wh;ili the 
governtnenl fcaa pro^td Me cannot 
afford, he has not the power to make 
use of such proceaaet of Inquln' as 
the government haa commai-d of 
Thus bhsll individual J.isltrH !,e uone 
while the prices&'s of business are 
reetlfled aad squared with the general 
conscience. 

"I have laid th - cas* iH-fMe m.u i.« 
doubt as it 11' a In vour o« i. rr..ii': ar 
It lies in the thought of tl.i 'uunlry 
What must every eau4ld man   ay of 
the BUgges'.ioii I have laid before you 
ot the plain oMigatlons of which I 
have reminded you' That these are 
new things for which the rountry la 
no' pre| ar il' No: but that they are 
old things now tau .llar, and wual of 
course be undertaken It we are lo 
square oar lavs wllh the thmghl and 
daaira of the coi ntr^   ntil ihe-,H j 
thiaga are done, m.sc ieittUius bust* j 
oeasmea the couiiirj o«  r will be un | 
WllsSed- They are In these Ihlaga 
our mentors And c-f,l!f agues We are ; 
now about to write the addit'onat art' 

' les ot our consul Jti'iK o." pci'e the I 



m 

llvldualalrertura 



iiirli a 

'l ilt KiU 

,,r llie 
mil to 



Waahiiisinii lac The i.iiininis 

IrHtiuli H until hiUt- ••lulioilMiiK liie 

prugivm laid down by Ihe president In 
bis recat aMaaaga, have beea p raasat- 

ed lo congress. 

The bills hale r  I.eii the approval 

of Mr \Ml i ii ami I lie HeniocratU 
leaden of both houses of congress 
With little modinpalion they will be 
eaaaied Into law. Their purianes are : 
I DeflnlUon of unlawful monop- 
oly or restraints of trade 

- Prohibition of iiiii'.ili tnuli- 
practice 

:i. Crnatinn of an Interstate 
tfudo commlaaton. 

i. Regulation ot cnrporallnn dl- 
decloiatee and prohibition of lu- 
lerlocking dlro tor.i'cs 

Unlawful Monopoly Defined, 
rnlnwfiil monopoly la defined aa 
aii  cumbinatlon or agreement be- 
tween corporations, flrins. or pcrauiis 
designed for the following purpoaea 
I 'lo create o: carry out rc- 
s'rlctioi'ii In trade or lo iK'HuIr, ;i 
monopoly^ In any lniersi,ii,' tr.iiii. 
businees, or commerce. 

I. Tit timil or reduce the pro- 
duciliin or In. -teas" the prire ol 
nil ri I'lui'iiitc or of aii  i oit.tiiottity. 

:;. In prevent couipetiiion in 
manufacturing, making, iranaporl- 
Ing. selling, or purchasing of mvr- 
chandii'c produce, or uii  « oiii 
niodiij 

4. To uiAk» any u,Liei'ii!,-iit c i 
ten Into any arrangeuienl. or ur 
rive at any underslandiuu li.\ 
which thej. dirictiv oi l!iditectl . 
underta!:e lo ereveut a free and 
I unrcslricleO^Lttiuiiielitiun among 
I ihemselteaB' among any pur 
I chaaera oi nmsuniers in the sale. 
I production, or transportation of 
I au) v.'odiict. article, or roinmod' 
I lt . 

Mie pt iialtv I' 1 111 lull, 111 of tie- law 
Is fixed at m 

I priaaament '. .jMiflft Ii'MIi 

I Oullt \f 

section I I'll 
sl,;i" I,.' ,. 1 
I law I be ulleus 

I eover Ihe IndlvlduafBlrectura. ofli 
I and agents of such corporation, as 
authorising, ordering, or doing Ihe 
lirohiblted acts, and they shall he pun- 

i'-hi'd as jirescribi'il ttliove 

A purajtrapli pi .iliipit 1 1 ' lioLini/ 
euliipuuies Is lo be added lu tills uieu« 

uro. 

I Covers Unfair Trade Practices. 

I 'I'he bill lorhl, 1,1111.; mil lit fait" 
jiracilc, - 111 ,1111, ■^ ll,:ii I'l ,;l^. im io.it,' 
I in price, between Ulftileut pDiiliUMI'S 

of commodillea, with the purpose ur 
! Intent lo injure or itestruy u cumpell 

tor. either of the pn 1 1 li:,'..-t or ol iji,- 
. selli r. etial! Le ip'i iin'il nil .itii nipt Ui 
I mopiilioll/e Inlerslute e iiiilli n-' 
\ It Is apecirtcally ili-clui'il tliiit the 
law Is not Intended lo pret, ,ii iii„ 
I rliiitiiatlon In price hetwi-eu purciia.,* 
«'rs of coiiiniod^ile-i 'on account of 

 :,'!, 1* nee in tile Ulllile ipi.iiuv or 
'! ■  Mil  il thi' ciiiini'iillt '. M.lii. or 
tl,iii iiiakeH oui  due allowance lui 
I diffarence In the ca«t of Iranapurta- 
I tlon " 

I further, II is prei-i til,. ,| lii.i' n.iih 
ling contained In Ihe ,1 -ii.iii pi, t m 
I persoga from aeleciiiig tin n own ens 
I tomera, "but this provision shall not 
I authurlie the owner ur upernlor of 
J any mine engiiKeil iti M-llirm hh proii 
uel In Inleislate or tori it-tn 101, nuerce 
to 'eliiie urbitraiil, li, mII ii, .m,, 

tl' a respniiS'lil. p,'t ,11, 1,1 ,,, I 

pi .ill Ion. wIki ai plt 'i, tu piiirli.t.e 
I « .n attempt at monopoly also Is de 
' I lured lo exist tar any penon 10 make 

a tall of ^oois, Wiiiei-. or .o'-ll lllirnlt;.,- 
 •; I   -. lit',- ili,,iK'-t| lln ri'lor or ills 
, count from or rebate upon such pjice. 
on the condition or underaiaudinx 
, that the purrhaaer ihereuf shall not 
, deal In Ihe goods, wares, ur mercbaa 
diae of a roiripeiltor or Cfmpeillors oT 
the seller 

Oeali With D.image Su tu. 
A judgment uxiiiii.-' un.. deiendant 
I la a anil brought under the anil trust 
I law ilL" bill provides shtill conaiilule 
as uy::\\ • su, I, ,|,'/, 11, 1 .1,1 coneliii,l\e 
e'.. 1. 1. of It s.,M„- f.iii..4 and b" 
I'OMi i,lw a. to tli, iiiine l.-icM.s of 
law- in favor uf an. ',ili. r pan . In ant 
other proc-eding bronchi under anil 
I iLvolving the provisions uf the htw. 
! For the beaellt of parties Injured In 
their hitfclnens or prop,-; t b-- any per 
son or coriNirallon foinni i  of vi,, 
iaiing Ihe law ihe statu e uT lluiitu 
lions aopileable to siu b caaer aball be 
I aitspended 

Injuncilvf relief in aei-nrdi-d snaitis' 
threatened I'lkS or il.miige Ia a \ii,lii 
lion ot Ihe act under the same 1 jndl 
itoaa and princlplaa that Injunctive re 
llat againat threatened conduct which 
will eaiUM loai or damngi .r /tm ,,,! 
by courts of equii) 

It Is required ihat a p/op, - ij, 1 , 
tball be eveeuled against dam.i  i - f  i 
an Injuoctlen loipruvldcnily grant, d 
und  • inuat ha ahowa thai the daager 
' f -rr, paraMe laaa or daange is im 
mediate 

Hit6 interlcching tlirectoratcs. 
t oacerning direciuiates, the bill oa 



jjjcj^J. hc.1. and U.^, aa. j ^ 



recti** ra* yma tnm M* tt ar 

proval Of the aat, proeidaa: 

' .No person engaged aa an individ- 
ual or aa a member ot a parinirahip 
or as a director or other "Itir* r cf a 
coriNirstiun In Ihr tiiisiiip*.s , i s, lllnii 
railroad cars or locuniolivei- 01 rail 
road lalla or atraataral steel, or min- 
ing or aelltag coal, or conducting a 
hank or tmsl com|iaity, shall act aa a 
ili'ei-ior or other .iihi er or *.mploye of 
any railroad or other public service 
uM i p aia lhm which oendaota aa lata^ 

"We ftnm ahall at Ihe snmi. iimi 
be a dliaatai or othor oticer or em 
ploye In two or more federal resi iM 
banks, natlonai hanks, or banking ar 
soclallona. or other banks or trust 
,'onipanies which are members of »ny 
reserve bank; and a private banker 
and a person who ia a director In an  
stall* bank or Inisl compsn.v not opi-r 
atlng under Ihe pro\lalona of the re- 
cent enrreney law shall not be eligible 
lo serve aa a director la aay baak or 
•r traat aotogaay 
lha m iWaaa of the 

law." 

VtataUaa af these aaettoaa ta mad  

PunlshaMa by a ilae of |IM a day. or 

by tniiirisonnieiil n,,' exceeding en*- 
t elir, or both 

It any two or mure curtMiralioiie 
have aoanHa director or dlrcctora. 
Ihe fhet ahall be conclusive evidence 
that there exists a real competition 
lietweeii Bucb eoriHirallon and such 
ellinlnattun of compilitloii shall tie 
'otibtrued aa a res.ialiit of interstate 
trade and be treated accordingl.( . 

The trade commlaatoa bill provides 
for commlaelon of Ave membera. with 
the commissioner of corporiitlons as 
,'!iiiiriimn. and trafift'-rs all titc exist 
ing powers ot the bureau of coriwrn 
lions lo the commission. 

The principal and most inipnrtani 
iliilv Ihe comniliit'ii 11 Icliiis eoniti.i : 
lliK luveatlKiitli'ti- will i" li. .ml li,i 

courts when reguesled In llie fitnii 
linn of daersaa of dlasolutloii. 

With Ibis In view, the bill ,-mpnw 
,'rs lie ctMirt to refei till! ,,iir1 of pcnd- 
liig litigation to il', I ,,iiitnisskin. In- 
, tiiillns Ihe proposi'il d.-i i- e. for tnfr.r 
tiialioti and siivice 

Much Criticism for Bills. 

'Ihe trust bills as framed will be 
thi. subject of sharp crillelsni on Ihe 
part of prugreaslveu of all i.iirtii s win, 

,'laiiii lh,'  ilo not io i.ii icb It 

will b . declared that li.i deilmtion i.t 
munopoljr ramalaa toadequale thai Ihe 
pnihlbitiOB of unfair trade prarllci 
diM'S not cover this evil in our eeoii 
oinic life thai iiitcrloi k.ii^ slot ii con 
trol la nut covered and thai Ihe pow 
era of lha profaoad trade commlaaton 
are laaaMaat. 

II ta lataraatlai lo aote thai the 
iirupoaal to plaea the burden uf proui 
u|Min a combination believed ii, lie vio 

latinx Ihe law has b oiiiltleil .Si 

alti'tiipf is made to prevent or di'stro.v 
tuonopoiy baaed on patents. The greal- 
I'Ht ilimculty exerienced in the elTecl 
ive enforcement of ilie law has tieen 
found tu be In llo' iii,w ilili,i ness 01 
the courts to Impose Jail penuii.v. It 
rnmaina ogUoaal aader Ihe propoaod 
mnasures wiht the courts lo hue or 
tmprlion 

Trade Board Vay Olf*appclnl 

Jn COUUIHttluil W illi tile li'ud** I Mil 

mlaatoa Praaidaat Wltawa deetared in 
bla maaaaga Ihat the eoiiniry "de- 
mands each a eommisslon onu as an 
iiidls pe niable taatruineni i t mtoriua 
tlon aad paMleity as a cleuring house 
tor the lhata by which both the pub 
Ur mlad aad the managers ot great 
liiiMni'sa iinderlukinrs should 
^-ulded 

'I'lie MII prescribes lliai Ibe cmuiiiis 
sum acta are to ronatiiiite a "publx 
rxrord'' but Ibe body ia auitiorlred 
lo make public the lntoiiii:,iti 1. ' m I 
Hiirh farm and lo such esl  1 ' .... n n '■ 

lie lii'''eni,.il V ■ or bv llili'. till I I tli#. 
atl.'t,,, ; .-1,, Mil ' I 

II I',, appar. Ill that llii put lii Uillid ! 
c«iiuut tie guided unless it lias tlie 
tacts. and then II will not gi t m.li ss | 
tile comnilsaliin or tie alii,ti , ^11. i 
. lai (hi'iiis It polllli , 

in other words, public pein.n^-,- will 1 
not be held aa they are belu by the 
interatati* commerce l onimlssloo 
Settlement of Differences. 

'the moM iinpi.ii.i.i t, .it'll!' ot tl.i 
bill is tliat whictl legall/CH IIh pola   I 

of lha adaUalatratlon ot lermlnaiiug 

nil unlawful condition by sgreeimjii | 

III l»,',-ll Ihi' I oliililli.il 1,11, If t :,i • 

llie iitt,,ii.,  t;i'ii.riil 

i'tii... feature is coiilpii li, i, .« ii .i,il« , 
a, sectinn which requires the cummis | 
rion. upon the request nt the atlorne\ | 
t'eiieral or any f-orporalim, affiited 

tu InveMllgllte whether 11 I ' li.t 11,111 ,01. , 

ia vlniotlng Ibe law In case ihi ci ni t 
mloalon abould And the violal.on to 
exist It muat report to the altoriiiy| 
ri'tieral a statement of lli  , Ijpi ctioii 1 
.ible aota aud IraiiBuctlons and ilie 
reailjuatmeata aaceaaary tor the of ! 
lending oaarttaa^loa to coabirm lo ' 

the law. I 
Thuoe eoBclualoos are to be "ad | 
vlsory to tha attorney general In ler 
iiiliiatliiK by agriN ni«'iil wllli llo- cot ' 
r nitit.ii affected or h  ^illll^' 'I,, ^HlC 
unluwful cuuduct or coiiilitiun 

la other war da, whatever may bo 1 
the agreeaiaat asade by the attorney I 
general with Ihe coinbltiutlon iliveall 
Kiitj'.i. It Will givi' th.' M.iiirkniied 
uuiubluallaB legal atandiug. so lung as i 
It aaaiMM la tha torm of the afno- 
moBL I 

•I h'is It la proposi 'l tl, piui e liy law 
a Ir.-ii.eiidous pow. i ir th.- Iiands ot 
tile allurnny general 'I bis power has ' 
iH«u saauiaed to attomeya gODaral, | 
and parllcubirlv so by Mr klcRey- 
lii'Pli. 

Will Give Courtt Advice 
lu a staleiueni accoujpanylug the! 
I'll made b  rongressniau (Jlaytoa. 
iliairtiian of the bouse Judiciary com-' 
11,111,. 11 Is said that the principal 
and mosi iuipuriani duty of the com 
niiasion, tHfSldes conducilug iuveallga- { 
tlons. will Im  to aid the courts, when , 
rsqueatad, in Ihe loruiailuu ot decraas   



ABUNDANT NWTRIMKNT POR TMK 
IN 



Appetiiing Method of Preparing and 
Serving Vest Cutlste— Com Brmit 
at Ito Beat— Reeipe far VIr- 



Bv i,tr \ AMKH wii.i.m 
Veal Cutlets a la Malnlenon. I'ro- 
rurr two pounds ot veal culets. having 
Ihem cut Ibrer-fourlhs of an Inch 
thick. Trim neatly, then dip each 
one llral In beaten egg, and then In 
pounded cracker crumbs, seasoned 
with anil peppi'r and a hit of mar 
Jorani. Wiap ea, i, cuti,-! 111 half a 
sheet of buUered letter-paper or heavy 
payor, wall battorad; lap on 
broUar. aad broil ovor, or 
xu, a alaar Bra, aot hot 
to aeonh. h—a eat. Tara ofw 
When they are done, have fraak 
papers ready to put the eutlala la If 
thoae enveloping the cutleU beeORW 
diaeotored. The edccB of the papera 
should be fringed and twisted lo se- 
cure the juices of Ihe chops. Veal 
cooked li, llio manner la delicious, a» 
all the Juices aud flavor are relalned- 
Haked Bquaeh.— Cut In pieces as (or 
serving, remove Ihe seeds and sirlng.v 
portion bruah wllh molasses, aeaaoii 
with salt und pi |iper aud bake until 
soft. Add butter and serve from the 



Trifle -Out half a doien llltlw 
spi nifc I akea (lady Bngera or slicea ol 
■ tale n'oii«e-eahe may be useili Alio- 
a do/en fresh macaroons. .Make a 
thick custard with three egga, two 
lableaiKHinfuls iit corn starch mixed 
villi a third of 0 viipfiil I'l "iiitiir iiiid 
two thirds of a plnl i t mlllv "I'' 
the milk turn II over the egi;^ unii 
siijtnr and cool, over hot water until 
thick then set away lo cool. Arrn'ii:" 
the siHmge-cake In a glass dish ami 
mnlsteii wllh a gill of cream, tliivoreil 
a-iih Miiililii Spriiibli' powdireil su 
cur in-ei the i aUe 'I'll. 11 spreiiii e 
lai.r of rasplH.rry Jam ur strawberry 
jnilr over thia. Add the macaruona 
snd iKuir Ihe cold cuatard ovnr the 
wlioli |i.i.|, wliilis ,,f I'l'lif. hi'iitet, 
sl'ff. ,'i,r tl.i lop swi 1 ti'iiliii; til. II 
•llghllv or wbtpiied cream In plac 
i t 111., ei'gs rblll thorouabiy befons 

serving 

Ciitn liread Sift one cupful of yel- 
tiiH loriimeni. and one I'lipful of flour, 
null put tofi ther Add one teaapoon- 
t,;i of i.iil-inr iKiwder, and half a tea- 
Hpoonlui of sail. Ileal two egg yolka 
ligbt: add a plat of milk and a table 
s|HH ntul of melted butter. Htlr ihle 
int., till meal and flour, and laat of all 
slit li. I'ciitiv till 1,1 ateii whites II' 
the egga I'uur Ibe baiter lulu a 
tboruiighly waM- tr aaaad h r aadpaa 
The batter ahould ha two laahoa 4*0^ 
.luat before II la phMOd la the oeee, 
pour carefully Into tho middle of tho 
hatii'T a cupful of iweet lallk. Do 
I Lis VI rv uently, and do not atlr It. 
Hake il, a moderate oven tor at least 
tbree-quariers of an hour When 
done, cnl into squares with a hot 
knife "pill iipi tl and butter niiil cat 
whili l.iti 

Viigii.ia Kniull.ered   hickon .split 
n tender chicken down the back ami 

lirhlly sHiison with salt and pepper 

Put Into a roasilnit imn with a cu|itul 
lit In, I wuti'i iiMl 1,1, Ke 111 a hot ovei. 
until lender As sisiii as It begins t« 
briiwn. make a paato ot two table- 
apiMinfulii each ot butter and flour 
spread o«ir the chii ki n niui tliel 
liasli elerv ten ii,,liilti"i will, liii |,ill 
• Irlpptntts until tb  i hli ken Is a nici 
i.rowi, laki out the chicken and 
keep hi t I'luie the pan over the lire 
and pour lu a cupful of rh li milk or 
thill rrenin. and stir uiilil it holla up 
Season III tuste wHh salt and pepper, 
'inri isiui ov.i the I'hiekaa. Oarnlah 
viuir dIHti and serve 



Fried Oyatara. 

Hi I.'. • itir».e line oyatori, drain and' 

, ,tv W .I I, 1. i.tipitiii. lift with thumb 
mill lorelinKer un either aide ot the 
eve or liurd iKirlton; dip lulo hreaU ' 

ir,iiiibe and then into beaten egg. and 
again Into hread i-ritiiilis It is seldom 
neceaanrt to add nilt to the crnniii'-' 

I'.il . i|i'I, p' pper hiliek or red. lis 
It. 1 1 ,1- all llilprovcnieni After 

,1 'iii'i'ii',1' pal Ihe oyater between 
ib t hands and tay upon a platter tu 
dry welt liefore frying. To fry, Im- 
ini rse 111 lief.p iiot fat in which u 
pii 1 1 of firead will lirown nicely 
Wliei, the oyater cornea lo the siirfucf. 
II la done. Drala aad keep apoa a 
hot ptatier nalll all are ready to aerve. 



Oyster Cechtall. 

I "lit n 'over off stem parts of sU 
•■veil used till, ml ^reen peppers, scoop 
out insldci. rt-ijiiivi seeds from covi'is 
aa well as stoaia, aad plaea la ala 
imall deep oyster plalea with ahaved 
:  I all around I'lace iH fretdUy open- 
i d I mall lilui I'olnl oystara la • 
bowl, add six drops tabasco sauce, six 
tubleHpoimfuls freshly and very flnelr 
vraled lioraerBdlsh Mix all well ta- 
Itether then evenly divide uyateri In 
the six gruen peppers, plaoa coeara 
oa aad aarve with a t eaapoea oa each 



Olive Oil fer 
l atent leather shoes may be kipt' 

tli Kuod condition during the cold 
weather tiy rubblii^' them with a little 

olive oil and ptilt. lilnt; wllh ti plnco 
of I'anloi, llanii, I 1 i,Ik will ii,.e|, ih« 
leather fruiu crackiug and the sbues 

■Ui always appear aov. 



Hard Soap 
that is allowed 'o dry aaB' 
fiarden laals twice aa long as if used 
whan freeh- Therefore, It Is cheap, r 
to buy la qaaalitioa and iwep U la » 




^'n ir.^-;:in «;eTi.!'i;%-J, -v 1 !.' 'Ki .-J, 

illjiUl:!. Ixbui iltc loaka. «o it! fitung «nie biin ! 
untolil Viiivtry hom yvur feel tt  ytniw hea- . 
'ri) !;nri»i in.i  .'.Ji:; c, .J! your w«uine ap^ 

Longwear Shoet 

arid you Jiot oiAy ^-'-i \ ly-Tfcil Tilting. thorruftWy 

il i y. '1 i.i fiud in liny otf.i r alioc Ji r l!'t: c 
i-.t.iiiM — a-.d ibc m.iruht, Uircii. iM.nr.;;: ; i(! 1 hat's 
 ■ iiv ofiri' JO. I ilii- Hue  if ii,f,tui-iir f.:iu back owr 
own jiidk;n)fnt wnA r«])uUti«n or4 the ■AtisfiM^oa we 
know they will Rive yoti. We hove ttlem {ft all lea- 
lli^-f* will fill sr.li » for M :n. Vi'  :ii ?n ur.'J CKil- 
•.\ m. r.ik*- .Mii- • 1 .1 f&r ir thi» time aiid let 
- I  . u) next p»ir  -f .sKoeti baaf UM tMt Tnala* 
."I Mark- K'-t (li Hi \ -i'-. 





fat l0 Mrta —IfMMWP-- 



.V'. ;• .■.': ."A y.v.crr w.m Sir.V 
^i:';:i.iii.n;iiifK«:;-,,il4* i 
'-igtiri/gaitto - 




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iai-k Jnmivxt i«w. 
M« b»fte *n* fmrly rwry ii,«u .^niun4 fllto | 

nnlCt-Wkcnd 
I At Mut lit* MiKK nniklij'i m m rui I 

■M tilll J M c HlM. 

I' W» IvrWHlM •■  •lyrri up frrtn •(•wn fi ) 
)Mrn I'tffi how to hog : 
Jo* n«ui1r fc'IWil him iti« Urn ntant Wlf-i ' 
ont or rSro awtft koerka: 
. A frllrr fmr  'iil»(» aoaia in laok Mni 
I ov*r ll-.^n; 
H i told II ■ 0^1 lha «litta ran aaon iro'iM 
U» on (o» I 



;■ (v.'ssaivlHfy.CcaMlwiidfcr 
: :( ;''.mi.M.ii|jl ;nrmirNRal 
Not Nahcotic. 

JU' !■ ■:- I 

Apr. r. ?i .■(•i;'«n;f 
lluii,! .Kr j;iHioc;i,J".ari'!j--i 

iw -} ri'S U "T'.0fSlf2A 



Always Bough! 

Bears the 

Signature 
of 




lo 

For Ovf;r ( 
Thirty Year?: 




EB. 



Arnett. 

Mammoth Stock 

OF- . 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE 

Furniture - Carpets - Rug£j:^&c | 

Jir iQUALITY IS OUB WATCte;«C RD," 




»f» a..ld I! -I .luhn r.., 

► tfi^'i t» hilt tt"!ir 

Wu.it.t r.i.r (.iv. ln^!rl * n iU«'h f«»r 
t tfiAt mnrj   hlitf tlii\iir pcm« clivvt! 

Hr- flvt up workia' In ttio nlll sud irftin« d 
u Wfirk or A*-' 
I And ihMi kiM»k*Mi 'xit r Kiitnt that th«jr'4 
Vi^M Ctoru Hairalo. 

AUhnufh h4'«ll ^iKMd uR iwartr ttl. put 
aur luito ■al4t; 

Ton »«•• h.Vd /sot u* fAir*y nilM with 
whjit's CiJled |  
wntrnnl JnN trnlnlTi 



had ^, 



IHti* rlifi. Hluny. i 
x\t0 «mu mtiA's I 



i«s   ;itf»a lit tliM. 



Qnt oV'rtur )i  |iM nrft Iiiutttd now. Jovi 

\it(l wh Mi h«*r fteddy ^'urid Ji out h# w^nt | 
Mt lhln«» HmIiI. I 
Wh It l'«-'tl «4tt iltn u«h th# oAtitUtiAMj 
rM'iiKl Jn» hUtMln' # n Uir flofir. | 

mill Miirt- loor*. 



O^TIMt»M. 




FREE TO EVERY KENTUCKIAN 
AU Pktum 9f KfltttttckA G«T«r«on 



PIctiiiftijf iH Pn'^M''ftt  of 111* IVitted Staff *. from \^ i^h* 
InutuQ t* WlluHi. I « I M 1 :n iiiMOM la tol- i J. 1 1.* \ory 
1 111 -t KfntiK-kv M HI 'id.mim* ('.■tuii'i'  ,loH'rtt.r iilro- ;*.l oii- 
y .M.il iiMikt . u. I...( * u K -M.i. kv Cc.isi.'. 

\s !. i! K.. it.i -/t-k'uliidiiiveuil.erolitiml 

. t -i.-r^'uiiii tin- .i-iim taf M-.tiilolltepl-^rnt t*»». 

It in 1 1 1.'- -AU M (^fi I ' l!' v.- I3i-s."n lut. AU 
I ,1 1 im-iilrf of til'-  t »»c   .u^^^ii^' -it Willi ttlO (iC^UB' iei»'*ll 
III .•inu-iit ultd t.t -  'l. I' (lii i..' H i:iti.«ur»ilMi»' Vium'Ui 
V^'-'yWu ky llo,mls .ntl ('.Mm t wttU Uk-ir vUS WiUi blu  ii.i ilkI 
». .iki. KjIUIcoI ( MiUBiiirM ana Oc|ilUaalloi  • of tho 
Si  nv KmtiKky Uniuvl :jintra ScwtMl. KMIU -«V C1..i-1 
!■ i^-*. b|K-i-knn oi ilic Kriiitti ity lln«Mi VWi'-"'' " 
I  i Ml. 14. Hallniid CummlMirn !)«• i  
C , : utitJ of KtOtUCk)-. wUrft ttLidd OIMI 1 

AlWlUViiaSutUtktfllKMlMhf. 

HHI ThiH uni(i^uc*nn«l \ .\tii \1 )r Athn tifrcc 
iVV to all EvvninK i'i':*r su'»*tiLH*ff, 1( nni 
■KRihI i« w a subscriber, kcml $.UK) for atuU 
yyi   tr't MlMcr^rtlMW or f2.0D for • nis 
P^^j p ntlui*subM:ni tl(tiitiy iMtiU- 

rU«« (■•daritaBif, lk« « r*^ uttbr ■n*') 
obIjt, aMtl nal tkrovak f-arriar vr saMt. 

OUK SPhtlAL CCMCiriATIOR OFJEX: 

Kaatmckf U«**r»M'i Wall ^ k«rl 





ac4 

6iy!   I?;:." nscair.i.tr 

iotkOne 
Year 
For Osily 



$1.35 



"I'lil M u hHvr aitv liK'k nn  ii«r flrb 

■ ."pl-iidirt r »fot 
'uni:l t la ii aijuiUI 

a hoal Ticarly 

fri'iia fi^m ahnr 

u|ni"i. Forluniitr- 
ly aoma of the 
boya oa alHiMaaw 
aM^ Mid tbty fM tmi la   kluar boar 
I WM r w — ia w I ««w ■ahHi down for 
tk* third tlii*." 

"That «M toagb. DM jroa eaieii an" 
Bab?" 

"No, bat tkiak at Ik* mpariaiuw I 
haJ. Ill ka akto to talk akoat H for 
a jraar." 



Buy YoiM' Tro«ii Frum World's Qreatafit * iirscry 
Direct -at 25 Per Cent Diaemint— Praitlht Paid 

Stwk I'lf's dirci-t lo-';-.^-iii:iritiT polii y invcn yuii a pilo o£ 
nrnrcy on your trc;'v. V..ii iii;iy buy .c"' " trees o{ tlio famotiV 

Si:irl; ((Hality nu 1 l;i;ep liie n(»enl's (jrolil \ ..'v ^i lf. * 

IS.ivSt.ii k ■rrfi«s\\iih (.nfti jraorrsinttatloD b.hiinl V.wm -\fuxs:di 'X ;ii ir- 
on. .u of K'tHfActiiHi. KiTiU f ir frra booln, wbkh t«U the lancre sloiT' ' (■•' i- 
l^^ i-r.ii '^ ""r. ^1 , 1 ' w VOO twnuiit by our liavtai; im anlfjiut.i up 
U , , . ,1 I 

Doo'i Yiw P8]f FrcHthl! 

!.  ' I.   HI 11. V. . ii :ulU '.nOiJof itO 
Wfl -.r |:i fL VV l  .5:»;i .rji.-Hi ■ 

fct-rli iDi*th vt t i !'U.I.:. 1.-. . il '-'iymoti . 
Iff tu tli..r. -K.l n' 1, ;" .; ..'»■ 'i/.^- .•,./. w- 

Sbrk riMe Imni in Soif^ cf I S!atul 

I ip'tri  r,p ffu:lj.t i.ri.-'..' ;/4V  . 
'i II 'ii_ I'.Ii- lu s-.U  \ n'ma/ V. u!,i i .iaA'i.. t 
(-»». «r'«w oa- li Lldd 5f 'i'rtw It lli.it 

il .- ikl   ..mi.te wkoMfttluvt^ifi'itU' ■^'^«n- 
i--t n • tho -m- i tK.r-v. I rjc.» Imnl 
*h« iiiM'^t litj irlVm* li-Ii.i'ig v-T.iIrli ui'nn.i 
tr-t-;» /,li'i •mil vlr M.l. to no thiv.itf h^v •* 
gtrit uu9\ H i 4 fi d *rmt U-i'fu it -i 
ft f. • / .I' *!■» f'..' ■ ' .riif I .'...rff zi ;/ 

i ■ ■ ' ' .  .■-\,-/tt.' /..^/■■/ »/.-/-.„,. 

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-Uiw*!- Tricrsf. r 1012. 

t^ltemiac to ilnit Onl«r llu rnt. 



- 1 K. . t. . ' » n-i .1 ir ' . 
to Groni'ia. . 
-Kkckwlvd vnri«4«ff of prlM'init'.iimjr 



Tlir«iM)«iatt9rfi of a iHmtnrr nmif«i  
t itn U'l- «4iiturtf Atul bvliioa avury Utatic 



priid;ict. 

—A mllir'ii-dor.iri 1 f 
iitt.u-niMirn*!irlt •  

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FREE! ' The Ma&Or Bock ot Master IVi;nds" 

Stark OvaKard HaatiiK ll«ok rr ' iMi'-'l. tnit:m?tt tn'A nt ti* n IV;U-Rc in ■,t\- \ u ■•b ^- \ i 
i'm^tw^rikv infoiii U;- ulrf x- ft.i; ! p«^ial .•i«r»if IV^h'UMiirt - i *.t - H i\v !t • , 
L t;«t.ilai*. tj.it a |ir|»,*-»»*** antlvi-llf.n .m i ^-iK i'iic fi. . i(i» tt. Al.-, J 1 *'£ll. 

h CandanaMi Ya«fflBMik Tl.ti v-luaUU v l.i-n. c ii. i .m v\ i-i ic.u i.i.,. ,. n 

, « f^. 'if.-u .rl: 'I I'll ■ ■ ti h- :)f*i. fn'ii -n,*' ■■ ' i 

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nr.-! 

I Hit*;'; n..r it'-, "fi; ,lS StHk Pru't K'traenM 
SP^ r I...'.- I lifTiumli C«. j 

^irf.r, .,r3 5 riTwCi'-ii w,.,.i„..f„„ i...,i„ ,ici..,„« i 

•lid droin^ Co. ! ' r " | 

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u - •vti. ••: i hf i«- 

'1 I'tiHa ; ' .f ck!: :.. .j! 

!• h .ci i-i! the facilities 
• vi: DAILY tSQUIKS?. i- 

' .i)ta:aini; tho world's e -enti. m 
I lor fha'. rejfon CM tfi^e y"3 a 
'U'.e Ua ii:ic news. It 'arr:»-.s 
jurfui amount of valuabi^ i.iri 
I ir.itii". , cr-iv. *'Uito'-^ai: ■  ••■'. •! 
ja'iii; •.j.i li.'-.'^'c m,';'.kii r . ■ 
!lio .•.uv.ijrous U .pi:'t!r.cii't i.5jk 

It .1 !i--cc.*ii., 'o every hoiut 
I fiinii or bu int -'. man. 
I Tilts gvai.^l oricv ;j li::."' . 1. 

v'« EdviM* you .0 lii'.'.v ai^vantajf 
' by 3^d^e'ibin^?^■or theaiKive coin 
1 1) n.icton rijrlit uow. Caliormai 
: uroVrs to Ta 



- .'la: 
/• • 

.IJIT 

j.Jr.y 



rsar ftirl. 

"ni* arnintrr*! phima^ AwKa l)»r fit#.^ 
TIM mink hM yMM kar Ua tar: 

dbij.i omv «ta4, i^:tlv.. kltf V 'V*tt.t 
8u man mlabt nink" aori k). : f'.r !i r 



1 tjp ..h. 1- s »■• I 

ml III ie' .;iv « I 



*f '» Ini.f.iK r.tt*'» vi#-V 
Til'. r''li'-.« li 

Th it ^-Iit Im-ii* n»KM h- in ht . !...■!»•(. 
H'.-r iMujrli kw /jlt »( m.'irlrii.H.i. 

T^»».•. ItW' iwnn.. | I "^ itf wi*r?;lisil.l'B. 

i\U dac4iruLad w li« afM. 
ir»-r moi:*r. n-hn la wjtidir 

f\-iMiM.'i.  h »r (urtk iiml cii.* "II 



FURS 



AND HIDES 

f OH RAW FURS AhO HUTS M' ^fi 
Waal M CaaHaMaw. tNrlle I : i ^'" " - . . m.-/^ 

JOHN WHITEICO. SSSSSSSSi, 




LATur KireHiN. 



H«r CuriaaHy. 

■ i^tte baa brau tirk* «fan.-*4, baas'* oeuiaf is abcatbtd villi rreiw 



The Military snd mwi mMaetary 
idUhm Km glased tUc wsllt «i) 1 the 



lb*'." 
-Tm." 

"MTbat wsa tli» Iroulili ' ^^ «« 1 
basks aJa to biaior. or \ «  u b. r 
fsaMr 

n belluva aha ban ilirea proiioaiUa In I owk til* OT of OPtaent, wilh Mrijki of 

h »r youni;»n iIkj  , Mlr-I -Vm )i:||| ;t ynr' ; 

of r irv.t s il.'siie Ir. ( r  ull fif tli'jui .'or 



iftm paint«d white. T)ip riiL;.'o hne 
hoo^ «v(r it to rarry utT the odor* 
•ad hMt and to mtlit^. the ronm cnol ' 
■ad Mmfortablo. The Ooor i« of 



Nice, Ciun Pspsrs. 296 a hwidriid. 

PHOEMX HOTEL 

Utfkt « I :ervic«E. ifitw s t'v.c at 
oth*r taximjton hoi^-U-ttkout-- 
$1. und up. Res'jlat- bn aklasi 



matting laid upua it — these can h' 
. ,, . ,.. , i Miihr takan up. A drain in the wn- 

«h«: piirvoaa of Ui^tllDt out » hieb mas 777: ...i. -i j|„. 
Ska owht to Its** «koasa o-lflBalty. '! *" J" 
. ■ • Boar aftM vMhing. 



w^iat sa •ocsalric porsun .vatiasl 

rHiiiiuurli \n." 

n.*vfr nolircd tl. He rih^m-* 
in« tt (ij ruthvr a ai IHi!b S »t ri 
rbap. " 

"But h   wHiiia to aaaMi Ids kRl   
dsat^iur !4arati ° 



M« IM A •aOKI.- 



Tha tavantn in 
A Uausaa #rl lavoHa th« »b« aia  
bsae eacscad s»*aa Itass tlaes kui 



I'iiSrts. anil -ap. Pe.;alar dinner Jnn» 

.;5 cis. and un T.\c llctuntain "w ti. au   ' iti' bojrs •?• »« b* soa- 
liwt'plti arc iNiMfteid * i ioal(» it • ■rstrnv*:. jajbu* - ^ 
their Uovdyiwiwv. 



Poke is an .il l r form of the noni 

poiiih nr Wnf. 'I'lio Cc Uir T «ril wan 
"pm " or "■pi'iii," wli. i: v ,- oiir 
wiir.l por'-. t. \\.  liim ; ;■■ •,•. !) |... 
I'nriiieJ tl'Hl " llii w.h .1 |i;i.- . i.c.iui'.' 
mure tn (lie  ,irf ii'.' ui 'i nf 

Al.i.^k.i'i pn p. ' ,01.-. »|.rr ixik.- i» 
1 "nil Hinly ut-. t ir , .'tiRlinn of the 
burkskm jjiv?! i| r. ,,!. i h their tlJ^' 
ingi of goiil in . arr 



Kss» Bath' Waier hbt. 
The usual objaollno to hut h;iih!: I.' 
that ib« batbiT tnk»a cold uiil'iu '.  
Itxii elralgbt to bod aa aiwn at u  

tny. lio trort. vi iicr^jilriii;; iti 'i uil.c*. 
a chill. Now thia la du.i mil lo hav | 
iii  kad a hot balk, but becsuKs th^ 
«at( r wsa not hot pnoiieh wh  n tho , 
batlur got out of ii !lr.t m:.:-!- hai* 
tin- giir.it" .'iTijcf '•ultl ill 1 rn i'jie II] . 
vlie KWttSL |H ri»k ai! 1 | rcv( iit1ii:  i^m. / 
from eoMlniiliiK lo iiour nut unneoe^ 1 
■arr r«r*plrstlin. LukAwunu wutrr.' 
on the othsr li»nd. |. nvi.H th .VUin \u \ 
sad moist, and i  K then thut p »pU \ 
sro liable to chilli. Tl n b. st t.-miwiH- 
tur« St wbleb to take u hot b.it;'. i.^ iiio 
dosrt'M Mireohol'. oi jii't bi.lov 
that I( mora trater I* a4J   l aftor* 
«ard It akonid be hot. not ■•^11 fo na 
t.» maintain th.^ t«Tui'«'.».'^' r ''i-- j 
aniiH- tt\tl WiiJi 11" J 
prceautloiia .1' will bi- ; : . ^ dry. 

la a ilmpls prue ! a, and the sUv 
U left to a dollshii'ul akata wltbout 
any uadaa .fanplmtiM to fbllaw. 



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Kentucky mountaineer, 1914-02-05

8 pages, edition 01

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  Published in Salyersville, Kentucky by Emin Elan
   Magoffin County (The Western Mountain Coal Fields Region)