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NowYortc. De.31. Dnutatrtftttny ft- " ." .1 M ono aswmwy
"Holiday JnMuence-a ruled lastwtwl ft; '
and active uhiw1 at ro:al contrast
TV'lSSa" Pure Spun
coming iruo use igr cooktri
the itfaec of arrale and i-nnn
- first cost is n trifle mnro
really much cheaper in the!
wca lor iwcmy-iivc years
a me time.
The cenuine "lfin?."
C SPUN (not cast) Aluminur
ureaK, ecorch or burn.
It looks like silver bu
1 quarter as rnuch, is easily
will not rust, corrode or
non-poisonous and wholeson
doctor s bills.
Be sure ou Ret IK
uine ware stamp!
fes. It il hiking
because Jhile its
ffihary wa-k it is
, as it ishuaran-
I last palcticallv
1 Jsfc only fi m Dure
jj crack, sc le, peel,
Ui only al iut one-
I rt.ana nan leu. and
el Absolut, y 'pure,
bb money, time and
HERREL BROS.I'Iikport, Hy.
with pronlx'ntcry qulite In witofejsaV
iima joDDing irfHie, a ruriaiT Mew
ing down JHJd4f(try owr tho cndoi
tho year period and stAsnaot c?
cuuutian in tvecurities and commodi
ties. Money- baa cyasid and rnitriUk;
hnvo. increased. Coll.otlonu hu.v-bci
graaUy.auIcknicd by increased drcti-
lacion ofomoney In thi a&tig o'nitors.'
Winthcr condition have impaired ac-tlv-ttytotha
coal trade, but no scar
city Is ivporcvd. Foreign demand for
American wheat has niifarvauly u; In
strongly, at tho Paotfic, ccamt, and
'shipments to lcng-obsefct. .cmitomtrs,
such ns Franco and As.'n, havo U.-on
In heaviest In many years,
"Relatively best rtponts as to cur
rent trade como from a fow largo
western centers and as a whole from
the South, where good results from
high priced cotfon yUds nrc In ovl-
"Industry as a wholo is quieter.
The Problem of Divorce.
. According to tho census of 1890, if
there was a married population Jin the
lt(,d States of 22,447,760, viih an
Hinual average of 33.197 dlvoroas
jTha't Is, thre was oae. divorce toev-jL
,ry 676 of married liomilatlon. An-1
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cording to the census of 1010, there Ijrj
was a married population of 27,770,-
101, with an. annual divonco (record of
60,502,or one divorce to every 500 otj1
iriarried papulation. Bettwtfcn 1S87 andfE'
1906 tlie record of divorces reaches
the amazing total of 942,625. Alm03t
a million. American marriages went
to pieces In twenty vears. TTh i.
disruption ovortook 47.2S1 marrlaecr'1
a Vpar. 3 OJO n mrttiHi ,m- ,, mnlUE.
- , ,w.w uv.,b uiuiu miwn jdu
No one section of the country pro
uuubs a, muon larger divorce crop
than another. Louisiana, with' Its
Jargo UtfJiolIc jwpulatlon, Mormon I
utan, and Unitarian Massaohusiotts
iunxsn similar figures. Broadly
speaking, the divorce rate rises as we
cross the map westward, but, an thtj
whole, the rate Is fairly ev en. thruout
tne country. ,The mate ds sligihtihi bet
'shear more Uiao one trouble
tee. Some people bear (tbree
hi they have had, all they
and all thoy expect to have
B. Romensnydtf1, Lutherain,
larger In cities than In the country theRiematlcal formulas of a big
out euvorce is ,by no means a city! lra-iev. Richard W. Logue, Epls-
TB flj Is tHe .most Important force
in A: for it Is the ptower of choice
It Is astonishing to find that dlvoreJ
tows, stringent or liberal, atteot tii
rate' very slightly. New HampnsirJ
oon oil uoctrinas, and too
I a K'rsoihl and social richt
-R'flr. AVUllam 11. Foulkes,
iallU- Is nothing tut a conUnua
jtMs life. It Is not future.
fait Rev. Dr. F. V. lUnnitt,
flan, Danville, Ky.,
in should OTer stop to think
i to whether lie could ,do a
deed, or fulfill his hlghor
,. Rev. N. D. Hills, Con-
ih, and Ju
4 of Tax
, w. and w
' t Ught
si. C. llo
Further cuntallme'nt is reported in Iron , e 5tlfte2n
S ants men wiho have the cour-ageBfxmn-ilcUcn
and ;who will do
hisKet according to ithe laws as
laodBtab, by the Blblle. Rev. J. H.
pulses of a watm hfart aro
& truer and finer, often, than
Win we decide between good
ReiV. J. P. D. Lloyd, Pavss-
.U,tah and South Dakota show almost wit
I eSaai'' the same propontlou of divorce Mfl
per population and pec jnarraoges bytm'SeaititUei, vashi
NOW lOrk With its OnA RUKo fnr. !!.
orce,and Nov Jersey with Its half. Sff?w Dr othtlr tho a"lido"s
dozen causPfl rihow t na,w,..'iKf :i good thins, If kept up
ticaL .V- ' -." 'tstai
The solution of our divorce prolf',
, ... . , . .. . . fir.,
mm iios u securing a Deuer reaaiuofl
between men and women la every d4 j
partment of life, it Is an anomaly 111
this republic that tihero should be any j
distinctions cm account 'of sex. Ii te
absurd that women should receive if v.
lower wago man men Tor equal work
jerfbrmed or equal service given, it
is unfair to deny women their share
tn public, housekeeping. It is- unjust fr
to tax them and at the same tdme re- ml
fuse them citizenship. - : a;j
American' women are as well adu- PJ
oated, as Intelligent, as moral, as con-,
clentions and wlthtin their oppoirtu-'
nltlea as efficient as American men.
Once this Is fully recognized: once
the last vestige of sex prejudice and H
sex contempt vanishes from custom
and from the statute books; once the
same standard of morals is reoog'-j
nlzed In society as It, is in the law; '
once it is made at least as easy for
as for men to earn an honor-
living; once marrlvHl on abso'lu-
teaims is made possible jio
.fcfeJ'yor' Physical advantage on tho
"-rWkMLe of ithe auband no pamsjtiism
allowed on the part of the wife: I
Then i willl be perfectly safe to1
attach a divorce coupon to etvery mar
riage certificate, 'with pernjleslom for j
both parties to tear It off art. wl!V 1
KhtBta Ohllde Dcor In .tbe . Ja&uary
. uiiauiu ui vuuiauiug Ul.
ViHey, PT'esbj-trirai,- Nuw Ha-
jlodern Christianity must- be
bed as .to convent our modern
Efon as welLas..llttllb ohlldreni
Horge C. RJjchmpnd, Epiaeo-
atlpn of tho church to-day
U great 'mass of the people
her removal ' from the true
ioX Jesus. Rev. G. R. Lunn,
leVlan, 'Schenectady, N. Y.
a n:an Uilnks in his heart
crued, Evry man has his
tand his creed whatever it be,
fiteinnin'lng factor In his lifo.
Jlurdock ' .Mcleod, Presbyterian,
All persons havnJg claims aaWt
the estate of J. C. Wilson deotedj
1 Kingdom of Gcd Is more than
i eentlmwt or a beautiful flgura
Kbech. It Is the realization of
-hopes and deslrvs, of our Wgh-
lipIratlonB and deepest longongs.
G. W. Griniton, Eplsoopallian,
irgh, Jt;. Y
can slirt (he fault-finding busl-
5 with very little capital. Only
thiogs In tlie wiorld can hissa
a goose, Jind. a man. Ren-, J.
ESontgomery, Methodist Eplscopa-
liyieff produces actual results the
i of wbJoh are nensonal, for God
git Impnteoned in His own' laws or
wewt to the supnome wisuom oi
and steel, some furnaces are banked,
and stocks of pig iron aro reported
larger. Lower wages ns a result of
quiescent uemanuare taiKcd of as a
possibility the cpmtog year. The com
parative absence of, railway buying
is a bar to activity, and operations
as a whole are down to aboutCO per
cent basis. .Thy wood and woolen
manufacturing tirade reports a. rather
unsattefaotory year and renewed cur
tailment in cotton manufactures Is
talked of. This has'telped somewhat
to causing the buyers to. closev for
next season's needs of some goods.
Business failures lit' "the United
States for tho week ending December
22, aggregate 211 against 290 last
week," 261 In the llkte week of 1909,
19 in 1908 and 101 in 19071
' FOR FLETCHER'S
C A STO R I A
To Develop Kentucky Oil and Gas
Glasgow, Ky., Jan. .3. A company
composed of Kentucky and Kansas
capitalists has 'Just been organized for
the purpose of operating for oil and
natural gas in Southern Kentucky.
Several members of the now company
are now taking leases ;on prospective
oil lands in Barren, Cumberland and
Butler counties, and are making an
exhaustlveresearch of jjihe prospects
of staking oil in paying quantities
and, are favorably impressed with the
The wells recently driller In Butler
county are still producii ig oil In pay
ing qualities, and har i ,ev opmpany
-will ibhia--weelforder-"H ef BiapHnary-f
and the work of drilling for oil In that
county will begin at oncti
Barren counity abounds In natural
gas which has Ibeen founldimany times
while drilling wells for water. Many
years ago gas mas struck on tlie Brad
ford farm, three miles from town. The
well was abandoned, as many others
havo been, because the company was
not drilling fo gas. Some tlmo
since the Messrs! Bradford concluded
theywould pipe the; gas to th-Mr resi
dence and use it for both fuel and
light This, Tvasjdone at a small cotit.
$100 Reward S10O.
The reader f this paper will be
pleasaa to kwri that there is at least
ono dreaded, dl ease that science has
been able to tire in all ts ntagos,
and ,that Is-CrUirrh. Hall's Ca.arrh
Cure , is the oi ly positive cure now
known to tlie n dlcal fraternity. Cat
arrh bolngi a institutional dlsoase,
Hall's Catarrh Cure is takln. Inter
nally, acting di- ctly upon the blood
and mucous su'acfis of the syetom,
thereby destroj'iiig th,e fbunatlcw of
the disease, aid giving the paitiont
strength, by building up the constitu
tion and assi6ing nature in doing
oon,v,n and m
Bo"3' stuff wl
I ibo vcniti
ihis biwn doom. It
It is In thoco Jm-
ecKMiing, whn th'i
Docit had h-3mo m
stipmds paid to tlie
,s cf roinlty had '
every tatt of tho'
wn uiwn the onw-'
'rCes of Hio common
iJghty-flvo jiif cont
indan was colIuAod
y of Fs-nnce, which
their lltti'K' horn s
l slks Ur.d diva of
Slates Senator WI1
n "Concerning t,h"
in National Maza-
nr (s a season of
sVbtitittm toes and
amis and lips, ohil
rcd and rough skins
ich troubles fly be-
ni!ca -Salvo. A nUl
t healer' of Burns,
s, sores, Bruls-js,
ns. only 25c at all
A I one
ill -j pul
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ALCOHOL 3 PEK CENT, j
Atdc ab le lYrndMiinn r- c.
ling (lie Siomachs andBtMdscf
For Infants and Children
The Kind You Have
ono year ago Mr.
published in you
if ihn nmrlval
of one of Ohio ,'lmr.ity'S wandering
sons who hadlbo' away from home
some .twenty-four sirs, or almost one
quarter of a centiy. Hjg name wasl
Stephens MaxwellTayior. You also
told haw all the amlly then living
received him. 'tw;ltl ouem-arms, and
showed him with;1 manner of kind-.
nes3. Well thatsao boy, on Christ
mas day, sv.t his'iferln tlie old home
stead again, toiglysomfort and olieor
to his aged ardfblo mo'jher. Ah!
who Is it thatfhas ttt, boon separated
from lpved ones, d. has boon per
mitted to clasp'tlm by the hand
again and seem i live a whole
ncss and Rcst.Cnnl.iln? nrithrr
Aperfecl Remedy forConsfipa-
lion , sour atomaciLuiamuu
latSinulc Signature of
Bears the Ay
"m. y;. ..Maajattea
Ezaa Copy of Wrapper,
THt CtKTUK COHNIIf, ( TOK cm.
WAHTED--A RIDER AGENT
cenury Jn one.; mnent of time,
Quite a circle of 'iennds met air.
.T-n4..n ..-h - T ii. n
DAJJI-IIJJ1UI SS J, . V. US,
Taylor at his'
and sent a U
day the 26th
ely !yj And on Mon-
hid raAlvts ni-a him
at Byron Taylor's. JVhjn ithe day
was done .thei youni People assorted.
meir riBHus, iiuu roc ieueu to or
ganize ,a social a.mudal annd a can-
tt Vio Mni ?1
1 WlA nl WtfmiVn m
k i i aooDie -
and district to
.--:. s" - -rr..R.- --T.-rr-T' T--?- b ....m-.w
ampie idlest mow "luinccr;- tucrcie lumishfd br us. OuraEtntsc
WTilri BbnHABa4a4 If. -..i 4 -J S.WI -.--S. f f . - W j
NO MONEY ItGOIJIUKl until vniirM'livanfl.-tnrrnvnrvr...rhirVrT. firfitn
to anyone, anywhere in the U. S. without a tent deposit in advance, prepay frtirkt. and
Our aKtnts everywbere art
vjfer at tn
ve of vour
allow IKN UAV8' FJlEETKIALdutimr which time ?oumarifctlie bkmleand
rut it to any test toii wiih. It ju are then not perfectly satisfied or do not wish tc
keep the bicycle ship It back to us at our eirense and vim will not t out one ttmt.
Mrvrlra it 11 nrvuihl In mall
. . - -v"j. .-.
ed until the lasb oirige was oaiton
and tlie last stick olsandy, wias bro-
ken- , i'- i
The taiirlstmasj tr.jj at this place
was wll attenSffl.
Mr. ,?Clevolaiffl Raifes of Rosino
is speijelilng a fow e'ys wdtli Messrs
Mr. ClarenoofAllen Nocreek, spout
Saturday night wMrE. S. Howards.
Mr. and MTaJjFYei Cooper, Hart
ford, and Miss Rgnxkw Trout. Beav
er Dam, are spendingi ifow days with
their laments Mr, ai! t.Mre. D. B.
Trout ' ' 'E
Our -efficient ar,oe-JM.r. Charlie
Rogers,- Is attending hie funeral of
his father Luther, Roars, who died
at his iionio near Bali&own, yester
day morning at ilve o'oclc.
CROTADV DBtnce We luraish the hirhtst Krad
nwswns s niyug at one small profit above actual factory tost. Yon sare Ik
u s miuuiciBcn i f u uy Duyini: airect oi us and nave tne nanulaclurer j guai
anlee behind your bicycle. 1IO NOT Illjy a bicycle or a pair of tires front tttyeia
at any rue until you recent our catalogues and learn our unheard oljadtrrj
trios and rtmarkablt iftcmt offm to rider HRcnt.
mttfll I RF ATnHKIiril wh,n Vu receive our beautiful catalcfue ant
, , , ntU. DC nSIUnidnCU rtucly our superb models at the wmdtrMlly
than anv other factorv. an catifif itK ntnAt iKu !-- mn
UiClTCllK lKAIiltH. VOU fan nnr MrvrUc imrtrr tmnr r..n n-sm 5ifo a
our prices. Orders nlled the dav rrrivrri.
8ECONl UAND UXCYCXKS. We .do not recularly handle second hand bicycles, he
bave.a nurnoer on nana taken in trade by our Chicago retail stores. Ihese we e'ear id
JJttcnpuve bargain lists mailed Ire
ains and peuaiH, parts, repairs atjj
hrAAlclne- frhn-f irl avp-11 .ntn ' Promptly ai pnees ranging irom w to or lo. jjescrlpuv
Dreaiung, tUlQX iau?U fW,&ll an.lO aaacTCD DDAKPC single wheeli, lnipirtel roller rliafns
nidit. BotUdld ail voiiiur remain WAdltK-BKJIRM, eQuipment.oi all Linds at hV th usuatrttadt
.. . 7'r " ... r n iifhafviiaiiu miuAiviinp hmaam a
EM ncuutinuKii nuiuiuKt-fKUur
SELF'HEALfiNG TIRES ToiitmimscE,om.r
Mr. and Mrs.j?anl jiTayllcr, are
P. Jackaon. la i Ihu ick l!st.
srs. Marvta, and Aral
i:ont,' arajfrlsttli! jjrelaiti
ace. J r
: jjrelaitivos at
77 regular retail trice of these tires is
SSJO 6er 6air. tut to introduce we tvill
stuycuatampupa i riorftAuwasn tutin order ffjj).
NO MORE TROUBLE FROM PUNCTURES
NAILS, Tucks or G 1.189 will not let the
air out. Blxtv thousand calrs sold last vear.
Over two hundred, thousand pairs now in use;
DESCRIPTION! Made in all sizes. It is lively
end easy ridinfr.verydurableundlinediusidewitr
a special quality of rubber, which never becomes
porous and which closes up small punctures without allow
ing the air to escape. Wc have hundreds of letters from satis
fied customerssating that their tires haveonlybeen pumped
up once or twice in a whole season. They weigh no more than
an ordinary tire, the puncture resisting qualities being civen
by several layers of thin, specially prepared fabric on the
Bs??7lh; rtta.-'.i'j tW:JF?MMW
I' Notice the thick robber treail
-- anu pnuomre strips ur
nqd I," also rim strip -m
to prevent rim catting. TbJ
ttre will outlast any olber
makr SOFT, KLAST1U uul
aa-e notified to present them to aae ir.Ung flitvoiyn nature and utrngth
nroperly proven by .January lCfth, 1911,-
or they will be forever barred, any
pereoa owtag said estate will plwwi
attle ikt cvnoe. This Dec. 10, 19.0. f
8t5 B. P. BAIINARD, A4r.
Koteworthy Pulpit Utterances
"tlie soul of -man needs Ged, a
scMest srt afcmg sciitloaiiy
ot tied. w. Dr. Duval, PnM
, Tlw.iiseiit Wsd' of rajioa 1
w prsMMes me prn' r i
IWv. H. 0. , Mri
te iMi n4i wt Mm -mmoAi
BS C M . .TFiLtAfksaalste
, " A JaV -AVpWWPssrW
l r a.
y. F. D, Loete, MdUiodlst, Detroit
io e&wwtfal dltfrnco bet'wiecn a
!;lou and lmeUalouB i)or6on letho
UpiBioe between theJr tnUs&iow
purpoaw rwpecttong right aad
r. Rot. ' Hlrara Vrooman, Pros-
' WHo4m glfl k'made loo often
sheiw fiOinetUns to be pow,
ad,iuffl 9tA pateted aw
curled and rufnni aim
t aUsewl-nev, W. Wi
lfco.;yiMpftji. Bt OraWgo. '
kii. 1 0 goading in-
a r ' f"'' - ...! , ..i ...'
- tn wtminnii, .w- yy
; tpftWfi.te Mm ivitomm mm
Its work. The
propnleitons have so
much faith In , Its curative pojwurs
that they offer Ono Hundred! Dollars
for any case, hat it falls- o curie,
Send for list otj testimonials. rVldno-e
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
Soldby all Djuggjals, 750.'
Take Hall'a Family, Pills fbr conBtl-
patlon. ,i . ; m
Origin of jTaxatioK System.
Our system of taxation had -its ori
gin la the parkd of feudalism, when
the tax was, laid upon tboe, and
those on4y, wlw could not resitt tho
payment of t. , I 1
The plan, wal Uien earnestly argued
In hoee daie4tha.t It was a-,iroj)t'
dteUibutlon oil tlie burdtew of fjov-1
enunt. that tia clergy efeould pray
for th? goverifue-nt, the soWj right
for' it, and thtlumwnon ))opl should
Iay the taxes, rrha first ttruta tk Uia-t
sj-tu, wwfs euI duting tiwt wcono-
mtciHMl moral oavuUsloa. nvhteh shook
tbe moral us4 rso from center to clr-
eumfereMiej tl Frnceh Jievolittioa.
IMorsajw tMi ta-doy m to Ut
lifie 91 NHt
Kill More than Wid Beasts.
The number o?li3oi)kkJillcd jiearly
by wild beast sjdon't. .pprcoch tho
vast number hi led byl l&jaaa germs.
No life, is saft T from. iolc attacks.
They're In nri water, fduat, vivn
food. put. gran proteejtMi Is afford
ed by Electric llttt-xs, -hch detstroy
and xriell thosl'dcudly ekaso gemms
from the syatoiu Thlaf why chills,
foyer tied ague, all malaaul and many
bliood tUaeasiB field proiptly bo tills
wontK-riui ',dicc I purinur -ivy tnm,
and enjoy, th- ' glorious hcaillth and
now. strength t iy'lll glv you. Mon-
satisno. uniy ouc
ey DacK, if i
at all . drugElstii.
J HFI YOU
'. I ; wail
Ml a Pino
Want to y a Oar.tagu
Waiitjffo Still IVpup riardware
Wan .Cwilomciji for lAnjithln
AdvVlli) Woelilf, In Wjp Paper
'AdvUaiMijif BKbgs Customers
Advwisitegf. Kiw 'Ctftomera
AverUljkig Mows Eijergy
Vaoh RvoniwM. if.
., '.V, A.XUaa iaV .aJftl
III a - A
iilngi Is fUSi'
i ., ' A..Ii
yu wwW.) ivtto 0JH'.)W;w4M W:"' 'Adfriiiilsi WiollJ
wjr Kins, Mtkjta v. iu, d..ii Jii.,m imuiivuu lC
tread. The regular price of these tires is J3.$o per pair.but for
idvertislncpurposwearemaklnca special factorvpriceto
the rider of only J4.80 per pair. All orders shipped sameday letter is received. We ship CO. D. on
approval. You do not pay a cent until you have examined and found them strictly as represented.
We will allow a cash discount of 3 per cent (thereby making the price 94.ua per pair) if you
send. FULL CASH ,WITII OltDKH and enclose this advertisement. You run no tisli. In
sending us an order as the tires may be returned at OUR expense if for any reason they are
not satisfactory on examination. We are perfectly reliable and tncney sent to us is as safe as in a
bank. If you order a pair of these tires, you will find that they will ride easier, run faster,
wear better, last longer and look finer than any tire you have ever used or seen at any price. We
know that you will be so well pleased that when you want a bicycle you will give us your order.
We waut-you to send us a trial order at once, hence this remarkable tire offer.
fi- Vlff JUJTjm TIDMTC don'i buy anvkindat any price until you tend fora pair of
fJ fwtSSaw M lICO lledgethorn runctuTC-Proof tires on approval and trial at
the special introductory price quoted above; or write for our big Tire and Sundry Catalogue which
describes and quotes all makes and kinds of tires at about half the usual prices.
nn UilT U4IT Put write us a postal today. DO NOT T1IINK OF 1IUY1NO a bicycle
uMM nttm wTMlM or a pair of tires from anyone until you know the new and wonderful
offers we are making. Itouly costs a postal to learn everything. Write it MOW.
J. L MEAD CYCLE COMPANY, CHICAGO, ILL.
I 9V6 $(9. GNE OF OUR I
I FULL BOOKKEEPING COURSE SCHOLARSHIPS I
3 ior only f 25. The regular price is f 100. Those who bring or mail H
H this advertisement to us within five days after seeing it and telling us H
H whero they saw it will be able to have one reserved at the low rate of H
25. Books and stationary are included. No time limit. If not ready Hj
now, buy one for futuro use. r H
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