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VOIY LOCAL MERCHANTS I Survey of the 'World's News OFTEN FAIL IN BUSINESS. erstainina to the Farm liE election is over. The ',rest I he divided attissag the General. Si. Jo- Advertising Not Part of Their Stock In T Trade -Success Means Keeping dent, congress and more thou stlils's, Niiriani itarnert and Tuberen- Wide Awake. thirty governors have been letspitalS. second day's re - chosen by the people. The last , ceitits will go to Idle Young Women's --- of the \I told you so - wiseacres hare cinistlan association, and the receipts I Theo's/Inds of (madness failures , are hati their flatulent of chuckling glee. I of other days will be donated i s , th e ree„rdedmliihIs.small dealers ma k. , Passaic Counts riilldreit's home and up the largest part of these. In al - anti peace has once Inure settled OVer Ills' kluch•ty For Use Prevention of most every community (flue or more go the country at large so far as the stress Cruelty to Animals. on the Someti tues they have lim- o! a presidettlial campaign is vont:ern- vesttal their lag cent itt an undertak• St St ed. it has been a campaign remota- ing with noth:ng in reserve for an ble in that the customary pre -election MRS. POTTER PALMER emergency. They St mll find themselves near business panic was eacaped. I 1 Mrs. !hotter l'alt uer. wio. has been :I 110peleSsly Involved wit is debts con- tact, an unusual , spirit of business •,,,, mma „, !in , ti.gure Ill (it it to society stantly creeping up around them untif tranquillity -prevail ed, ler many yea l'S, has decided tO l tualie The vote of the iteople hating been the pressure of creditors is 80,greal her perwanetit residence in New York. I they can llo longer. sustain it, and taken, another necessary proveeding She is cat:cheated on two eontinents bankruptcy Is the result. must be gone through with before the for her social functions. The charit y The wages _of tholightles:otess Is fail - president and vice president elect are tire. Go into business with your eyes inaugurated, This proceeding Is the fully \pen and know what you are function of the electoral college. Es fulls If you have $500 to $1.100 or ery voter knows there is an electoral more to his est in a loaal enterprise college. but many voters have only a keep out ill least 25 per vent as are - hazy idea abont it. Therefore it is serve fond. This will hells to tide you timely to quote from the constitution over ate, - diflieulties withal may arise. of the United States: NEW VARIETY OF ALFALFA . GOOD MAINLY FOR CROSSING. ComLned With Common Sort it Pro - cos Hardy end Drought Re- sistant Strains. ' i'odisAerable interest has been a p.•scd through the Importation by the Elated Statem department of agrieul- tuts. ef some new, hardy varieties of a ía !Attie. however, is generally 1,11, IN - 11 concerning the characteristics ot these new alfalfas or the real par- pe,•S Of their introduction. Iti the search for hardy forms of oortill•011 alfalfa (Medleago satires adapted to severe conditions of drought pail cold, the potential value of closely aiiied species became apparent. A Vet - tow flowered speeies (Mediengo falcate), found distributed throughout Europe anti Asia, f01•1118 of which thriven the cold. dry steppes of Russia and similar regions, seemed to be the most promis- ing. For this reason persistent efforts were made to improve many valuable forms of this species_ afedicago falcate, erroneously called Siberian alfalfa, and for which there Is no satisfactory common name, is characterized in general by Its droop- ing habit, narrow leaves and tine stems, but it is so variable that some plants may be readily mistaken for common alfalfa when not In flower. Very few cf the forms possess true tap roots like the common alfalfa. but they have a branching root system by which new plants are produced. The flowers are yellow and the seed pods are fal- cate or sickle shaped, hence its botazd- cal name. The department of agricuittire has met with many difficulties In procur- ing seed in quantity, as It Is not han- dled commercially and In no place is it • produced in abundance. :n spite of the • FIVE INDICATIONS OF A FARMER'S PROSPERITY scarcity of seed very thorough tests , have been conducted both under milli • As Heard by the Rural Mail • ratioo and on unbroken sod at the de- Carrier. partment's testing stations and In co- I • The whistling of the hired man. • operative experiments at state stations. • The results of these tests of the avail- • The droning hum of the cream • separator. able forms of Medicago faleata indt- • The contented grunting of hogs. cote rather definitely that their chief The cackling of hens. value is for crossing with common al- , • The chugchug of the gasoline falfa to produce hardy and drought re- • engine. • sistant hybrid strains. At present the • Lot us have more of these • sounds. new alfalfas do not appear to be sufli- -Farm and Fireside, eiently productive to make them gener- • ally profitable under cultivation. Many of the forms are unquestionably very Storing Onions. hardy and drought resistant and have Onions to keep well must be stored in already shown their value as stock a cool anti ,Iry pinee. A little freezing for crossing with varieties commonly does not necessarily hurt them if they known. are not exposed to frequent freezing \Shockirs\ the Wheat 'To Kill Plant Lice and thawing. Whale oil soap solution eme pound ---------- dissolved in six gallons of water/ is a good spray for plant and tree live. hum- Ttt-n pounds of silft soap or iif common A Doctored Love essage dry soap la four gallons of water will also kill them. Se will tobacco solution or kerosene emulsion. The pe,tft nol , t By CHARLES moNTGOMk;RY be reached by a contact Insectiehle which actually touches their Is4i 4 es or Pili1tE are cases of individual 1 as It stisal. Ito ran back to e n d m e , they will not lie destroyed. Berth-aux •stupidity 11110 there at.\.• eollIbi- 1 Nat I 11:,1 Colte. Ile Set ollt a 4:11111 ;.'er \ Loa , , ,i• ,,t ur ld i ty, It 11:1\ , fill• te1te..:rapll telice. trying ''iithe e ay arsenr.te of lead NV111 lit Ifill them. for 11 , e do not eat; they suck a plant's been my fat , io suffer from te make sure of the me- , sicze. lie. had Juices. -Farm Journal. Straw Alone la Not Food. e it tle r( ? I f is t is h t e :: . , e , 7 if .lit a bil i i :::::: H i s , - , i i „ l i: o ffi v ir,i ' l \ :: : l o l :::• t i l l - i d ic_i \f rii i' c i l l s ' 1 '1 . e ii r : 1 . :1 1. 01 \; . :, : i n ' i li • l l ! ' i:i i i . .i:r i ..i , i i i ii pr t! ' ;:l o ' s - thit strata . makes a fair rgnighage, hilt small boy who harinit i :i ii n . .:‘ , - . ii; s :: : i ii i . , : :: ,. .. 1......:::: ;, ,..1 - .1 il , s lit ' si ' i Liil i .i ' l t , '!: :: 1 ,1t 1 ,. !:: ,,, , i ,. - i..3.1. 11 : ,, t ,t : :1 1 ;, :: 11.. i y. t .... ii 11 . 11 . . 1:1 1 :1 1 ' ;, , e i r t \Ir. Perkins. the ..1 not 11114 , 55 1 d contains a isit of nisthrash- ill' firm where I AV:is eoldidelltial ,1 7 1 '• , , T ii ' i l t li e k r o t ' rt rI ti, I . 1 , 71'vr r.\ 1111. -: :Ind filiallY hit ed grain. 'Remember that the cow r,. was the man in t ;I::: •I i i . f . ,a i n i , : l s ID. ,.._,,,, „4,..i.. meant s , raething. 1:efore quires a ery generous grain ration IN in an interior , sinneetit a with 0 i , , -ti•;i a 'homily taL:le - ling ille linsiiie , s to go 1 - pi:chilli; the r(dt.,_:rardi ime- it:e Iii. i tad i h i t , :- .1 :li e ei l t \ S 4 1 . 1:: r ea iii i nc ( ' Le t ‘ i . : 11 : 1 \ 1 ` ,' A L' iL l'in i l l ' :' .1 f ' ,1,1 ;* : '' w l i. ' 111 :: :111 . : X .:I t r :;: i ll y ie :: - .:: i l i 1.1 1 :•^ I TIT11; of e11 . 1 1 ::1 1t' f i r :. :::m :. lihe Sunday School Lesso ,a,liged•to go abroad 011 1 \ 1 ' 11,1 (' - '• : 111 'I Mr- rerli/I:s thit he would return im- / n before going h e called me into his pti- tt i utsi „ in o ttl, , l i t. l. i n i t e ri - ,.:: : . , i 11 . 1ri st i n t i n i t i :r h i t ca t v ;. ii ) i i n i ! Corning the l'IlSitless of th e th ree a e .. SENIOR BEREAN, INTERNATIONAL SERIES. v.iti.. naii.i. and i.iiiii: -Frank. rill going to take , iii int- ii!. - ''•-• The next day he appeared at chief of the quartermaster corps or to , fliilden Text.-\Aate unto them that celehr6tion. like a birthday or a corn- uric confidence. I ani eng...!gesi to bc I I o' ., ' 'c lie gia red n t me .is lie m i irried. as roll Pr\bably knew, to the passc , i .:,,, and, going into his private pa rtment s w ill he addressed ti) the Iii depot. transport or constriteting VISe Ilp early In the monling• that theY III \ 11 ' the (s.e '\ Inn w ' r. ' it \ irkefi l 'Y loveliest girl in the universe. She Is C110113. III' -.1.!I1 for me. I SaW a l'hi•cli drill 'en earonsals. \Si -k with bottle.: Ii . 0...taria U( it ,•• n i l lives in B. Ill ng co c' . ,, .. before 10m. Ile ic•ild- quartermaster. as the case may be. only follow strong drink . . that continue of %tele' . - siek with fever froill WIlle,'• age limit for ttritaiial enlistmentg In 1 ..h a ll 1% . 1 ..l i to t ame 1,,, ii, , oasionally eti it Tentative plans subjta•t to the ale until night WI wine inilame them. - '1•110( hot14111che iS OW rommte t me ill ie! drilker Reeks IiiriSe and dissohlte : i t: ll i t ' : : ; , iPl i tl il l i ss : ' i r' :1 1 :1 : 1 . e .1 : 1 1 : t ; E:1 1: 1 tf :y :‘ : : i ll' ili .: :.4 li ' 1 11 1 : :i i'l le Pe S n l f: ;: (511 \ 111 : :: :: ,r;“: :: 1 : 11 . 1 .. 1::'1% ; 1 1; ''' r !'7I:;:'1.\P':?:!` I ' :\.: s dhe Y ( ' ' ' n u ' r t proval of the seeretary of war fix the Isa• r • IL of illverintlutcence. \St -waters. - 1 the neW opiarterinwoer ettrita at from Verses \I. 2.-Compilenfiens of sta. tensions anti is wit hoot , eff rest \1. • • • n. t.e. e. 1) 1 shall address them I\ I Itaske or an explanation. , eighteen to thirty aye yeara. l'iliat lip ii sent pat a eahlegram from I'ar 1 1,,,, eit \ v as 1 rain ( 41 for his prophetic ?Verse • c-Isl.- -(\iinfusiiiiy of SetUlab- 1 \ I. 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The maximinn age nom or eo- tic affliction and humiliation. tive.\ - Ile hantiod me a copy of the Iktinents in the case of rinclitsstlied to forty -tire years. Vacancies In the of his people. • • • \Israel. - \Liihr;!- : c. , •s• is-tions Ti.. t- I :::, ill y s , \ :,:;:7„ . . 3 0 1 1 ,,.:1,1 f„,. y o m- Iron- Then he told ine to turn to the wte.d elm:gilled serviee in the its 111111;trt- lilt 'flu are 1111'1 1` names ilscd 1 II Ile:r own 1111.1 wer . e rontkidy 2t1thlt: fror- WO\ \alti•rnatil is\ :nal I SIM that it tnev.lit meta nre to lie lilted by enlisbsil men ,,r the northern kiin.z.i,.:n. ••when I •,, ..Iii fashions_ • .1 cake not turned.\ \ , . ie3. f1C1 11r. 1 pr..1 11 ked 111 f1t1111111 111 file waiter. - hive. - The whole message read: le. 1• a ould have littaiisi. - The ilispositien 11 „ 1 , t , t , iy - 0 7 . ..r ii f b li t . 7 1 ,.tt te s r iil , i , - .., , i i . „ it I t , l ic i ir t i t itl i i i: . r ..... ..,... , • , ,_1 :1 . anti whea I left Will lo• felt as , :ll'eti I arm' ..,ry It.inly without you. 10W'. FARMERS* CONGRESS f 41;,,,I ins‘arti the 11:1 11'111 51ps Inert -ilia . ; i i mt I ts . ,•„ u l.ril serd nte , salt..esl to Ilk Meattultile he was scratching some- 11, i li s k r , of ;1' ,,,,, rhiti:: itdemst still lie 1 : i ' r l i ' l l ;-: .. 1.' l l'\ \ ‘ ; \ , '. : ill :. l'\ \\\ '1.. \\Ii\ ''' Iin.ir il\.\:i'kh\u'l.\'. • ' • -1.1\‘ r ia .„..,,. ,„ 1 . ,.i i - „,,,i 'yin! - -re ..v. tris le ibic..; on a pleee or iinper. when t te Frisle of Isruel. - There is -,i , :. :i thinz i t s.. Il l ,•:r si lks I% pn, hid rend the interpretation of his diseusseil at iiiii farmers' millonal our ' --L, ill l i i ii i ii i i )1' 11 's , l•ill\: 10 I s\ff r' - ‘,1'1'.1• 1 '111 1 :1e% woill•I important feature of the sf ., ioti , rin ! wiiMil ii . et repent. \IltifIllity 'Was ilk r i ,... ii . .,,... :1 I . it. , flivir ,oiiiiiii,.:1 ,,,, t hi: ; ' ;11: 1 1 :: ::7•:. • • 1:1 1 2 l it t i: 1: .. \.. : :• : ; ::: % : ':1 ;. 1 ! ;: X •t r :\ : 11 1 : 0 ;. : ' 1 i'..' 1 4 : 1 • L:: :::' 1,; • ;. 1 : : . \ 1::- 1 1 11. 1•: i 71l1. 1 1 . t 1 s t1 1 : 11 1 . 11 CI . S ‘' S ‘ 11 ' g 'ij e ld re 3 11 . ° 11 11 Si. III t 1 :1 ; gr ,,,, at N ow ( \. : ,.. H . , ..., liii , w .,.., k A 1. • 1-11 1111 , 111/1:11i11111.r 1111111111 . 0111-1. liial yet Lte . tl i f . , tot Ile IlleWell to rerelllanee by an ap- he an addres, by lir. .k. D. Nielvin. \\ 1 \ 11 . IT v:\ *111 55 'Ind '11' ' ' - X VII hent Ile.:111. - TIII•V v\ere li'1\1 1 !fedi 11 ii Illt lo the telegraph was received Ily :%liSs Allerton?\ / re, sit ifs the horelo or onim:d , .nao,tr). I ''''''' I .. ill \' \. 7.. r..11\ : 1\e\. ; . .,, t ''\'\ ne '''' \\ ''''' !d- ''' . \ L \' ; '' ' Ilv Ai\. \i 'I r''r\\rdel the\. Wicil that 1 %could and he handed Ille 1 Dr. Nlelvin Mil iii-. ii in si.\..iii fis,• . ,,.. o er . 1111Z..• .. a .111 sainer ,s Ii.. . ,... t . , I.,, I.::.H . , Thor, NV.,11, 1111 111!erval of five slays wil3t In 11:111 Written: 1114111 .AI, employed by thio tto‘urtinient iho hill ii that he , iiii es,. „. t1„. 1 ..• milsu 't ills i-iI lia‘e found another love. Empress Sadako, Who Has Won the der:Wino:it e:itisteicelice. , ... but Itiss sin Cuils iiii: , 1.: Jeticivali a 144:.::• . .. ' 1 - 4 - 11..n. h.,,„,..,.... ' , I .:, ' , 111\? \l'I'li \\ne 'anie. 2 nd \loll I ; I explained to him bow the blunder Hearts of the Japanese. St St \Bc•tet thern about.\ Encomro •cl ii,,.3--- ere threilened b dr .n..111 ,•:. i.•,- , •1' , : . ‘ 1 . ‘ ' I . :: l ' ; 1 1 . t e t ‘ 1 :1 1- e ' . t c : 11 17.! I to w' :. ,.... i t e o \ k l e n e rs p tali:: occurred_ but my excuses inside no itu- • ..Thera so 'hal they Ile:sal:le elltalL:lial 1 ,,,„ r h at a es ti: H i e n th e , - hoe. 101 el,ii top.:• , - ,, a,i , , i of i•moirtiineo to nivse , f prossion on him. - the Empress Saliak0 Is 111•111g _felt 111 1, TELEGRAPHY many 'ways. She has won the hearts I l'irt :•1';Ir'•• :Igo NOV. II the ple‘•,‘ It : i\ I II P \ Pt \ Ir hie \ . '\ v \ n \\big - their 1.'it:-. - :tear- \r - ,.,- , , , - ,19, n ., 1 ,1 i a a sal t•::::11 - Ito.l'It. - 1fTtIrloOf 111.1 filth' \I:oing Ont. I Inet the head of the of the iztp:,11,.st. rp1,10e. Tin. ,o,„,.,. , ly zu .. paroie , cf: f...ai .. 4 . 1.. , , , ,, , ,i.iiin.„ \-,.,..„... :;•7. CoasPinnlet. lif WI .,....I , , , ilw .. It .,,,., , ;..,,, ,...,1 i3,j•i, ere. te cafrh the trn . o. I e l l ',.,I .j ,,e. an of- firm. \Fin sorry for sant, carter.\ he pitatire Is a coral likenesS. %%Inch Was - •kss- . : 1110 \ , I\lic-' , I- - Borer -,• it t f i e,t I.e. ..stle bin) the e•f•- , -'t:t.\1 , ...vitt] s..iIii, -I ilEd all I Could for 3iiii. but through ir continuums tine ::.:0.ii mites l•P' I o ne ii A s. :le e.i1 D . 1 1J.:1 1 , 4 1 b e l Iv , ,.:! N ow Vii hi'll SO,it'l ;1•'• 1 . 011.1e11 011' Wal ,1111.1\ II ii eiV\ . hi. ,' I it,' ! 1.1,....1. „r it ,.,,,. 0., prop er ,,d,t,-,•.....• tool to!sl hitt' to take r a r,, 4 1. I colildn't refuse to consent t., taken at a very recent date. \ sat and son 1.1.;ineiseo, T,,,,,. ml is ;Noir la fin' g'W‘'Ilthloll:. and Ike Int all It i ontzll fiti- e 7- :,:i,t l.:1,1 1:ven eviiroo- it to i'lo• teleora-li olloe. - Ile very ..viiiir a:is:Ili-id. Indeed. it is best that le IP • was returntil in sIN. whittles • worthy mall u IR bc.y :Ind sell 1 vies to !‘ forltiiiilea . t ;\ H'; , . ...l ii: .2s : 1 i,., :i ,. 1 .,.cni.•• I ...:O•1. \1 •-•,,,, that it Lroes von i-houein't have to Illrel 111111 every NOVEL FOOD SHOW ts to -2...in hit , 1117s.•1%1 We pie!, - NIA, t he No . ii ' I ,,,, :,,,, H,, ,,,-,,;,•, ,;,:: 1 ., Ill . ,. i 5. on% That ;e!ezz - raiti lo,at hint his i.:;rt One of the most iitet it and 1:11%.:1•St * SUFFRACE PARADE meg clad o ill i liner ni ise !:!...,-.. - nk• 3._illst 0, -• - l 111: '' U. •• ,•.on• t t r ,• ii -t, Tip r ,......... • t i, a ii,,,, ; as stsorring Iwo. sh,. a i...hesi lo t zet nisi 411 WM to niarrv Industrial and 'ooti eshilations 1.‘,.• • Anan .....,. inents e / 1 „•1 1 h at ,. !,,,,.,, N .,. 1 ...t,o,m,a , is to lite series to . disorilius or their :,..- \1 - -!'...: . - !••ii ii.,n'i'iln,I.: ' pl, (., tot erito thint:. , . i !MI 1.. 0 1:111 , 11 Shy. Itroli :141% allf:Ige kft held In the \list \1\qi , \''',. II lo the fi,ied :•.i. the stlYi.A L le toi.,111::ht p:,. anti ..rteoes tilt •-a Iiirr:.. %.et.,. opthr-..ne.i - 1.ilil . 1. \'! . . 11 .\'\.. 'h.\1;1 '' : i;1 '...1r.li..11 i . III , .P1 . 0 If I ii• 41 - , ,, i.i ii,;li ' ; i f t:. ;.? \ 1 -: :1\1` ' ::!: ! 1\ 1 . 11•r elinZaLIellIellt hy e t thie_ Auditorium nt paterstm. N. .1.. melor 1 -,,,t,. I n N .,,,,,t tr„ r i, , r t - :,,, ,, , 0 ,, p ., o .„ :in \ ii ,,, IH .,,,,,,,,i i ,., 1 ,,,,,,, H ,„.,,,, ..., 1...,„ , b,.. wi...ipz d . o.,..!i.., 0,,,i is ,..,,,„, iin ,,, . t., him In. „..,,11,1 1 , 0,.. h:,,,,kii lip,' „,,. I 1,..•;,, , , he could ;:et to her she had the auspices tti the Itusiiiess 4Ien• s t h a i Ii ,iii 1... ,,,, o .. li, 1 ,,,,, 101' ;,_ ... „ 0 -.ss iti ....ea :tc !, i bi Ili- t:t:..e.r. • !saiable . 1 h.\ ', , ri• ao , aasLii.• :o i l 1,•:-.-- on in e ialei.1 loo7,..i•ir; at it. an I ,..n._:- , -.:, 0 hei , olf to his rival. 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N,it kl'or. h.,\ Celt it was a clidiar stet it ilina th , isty. lie , Iiiiittil hive i, ', ere i.r. , :iit es a: , 1.1 . ,0- i • .1. .: :11 !,•,:.•.• 1,:s ;I: t:•:: •• :',--.1'lactil ilult .1.1 r.\.e.1 li.e fo:' did ,!seet iy 111'11V-7i:1r Mum The openhie slay von he known noo ii . :,.h..4. r,, , as hospital day, and the proceeds ill w... 1...rc.it paiii.Ii• iiii-i-1 J., ...'il '0, -i i ci' there Was ei U:. ,' : . ..,..7 '11'1° 1\..\.. r:I:\' ii. \ -:': if: the ,la. II, , •,. •-. ,..., :',i:1 ; 'sr , .:._ i.1 :I. site e a ' •11:1i :1 111 - 1..'::, 111411111111 111111 .11111 a girl ' I,. -XI : - .: 4 “.1.,:•6 ;11:erlull,'\• - meant 11111113g t ho uas fool,ug hos,. CLOVER FOR HENS. Clover is nearly as essential for hens as for COWs. and of all the green foods raisel on the farm it is about the best and cheapest that can be fed to hens during the winter. It colleting just the lements necessary for making egg': shells. and if liens can ha se suffi- ciency of It during the winter they is - ill lira . more eggs. other conditions Iteleg equal. than hens that do not revelve it. -.1merbein Cultivator. When you start In a small way and Each state shall appoint In such manner overburden yourself by accepting f00 as the legislature thereof may direct a number of electors equal to the whole great a eredit from some wholesaler on numbei of senators and representatives to• • the capital invested you at Onee invite which the state may be entitled in the difficulties. Unless you have a remark - congress, but no senator or repreetenta- ;Ode run of business when you first tive or person holding an oMee of trust or profit under the United States shall be open up your heavy obligation to the. appointed an elector. wholesaler will come due 111111 you will ' The electors shall meet in their respec- Mid yourself entangled. tIve states and vote by ballot for presi- At olive you will try to borrow money dent arid trice president. one of whom at least shall not be an Inhabitant of the to protect yourself. but this is hard to same state with themselves. They shall • get if you are indebted to the whole - name In their ballots the person voted saler for the aznount of all the goods for as president and In dietinct ballots In your store. the person voted for as vice president, and they shall make distinct lists of all One of the (thief causes of failure IS persons voted for as president and of all the lack of Ideas by which to make person• voted for as vice president and of they shall sign and certify and transmit the number of votes for each, which Itst Advertising. In tile right way and at your business attractive to customers. sealed to th• seat of government of the \ cr,s4 Clue right time is flue best Inenna United States, directed to the president of stirring up trade. Several years ago a the senate The president of the senate man- who heal learned the grocery shall In the presence of the senate and house of representatives open all rertifi- business in a large city went bark to cotes, and the vote shall then he counted. his home town and started in a small Th• person having the greatest number of way. He was a xvilling. hard worker, votes for president shall be the president If such number be a majority of the whole but through lack of ingenuity and number of electors appointed, and if no initiative he had to close his place. it person have such majority then from the losing the money he had invested. persons having the highest numbers. not Two years ago, with a resourceful exceeding three, on the list of those voted I silent partner, be again went into bust - for as president the house of representa- tives shell choose Immediately. by 'ballot netts In the seine town. This tittle Ident the vote shall be taken by states: the president But in choosing the ores- si with the assistance of his partner the business was given life and made to the representation from each state hav- ing one vote. A quorum for this purpose live and expand. The partner at once shall consist of a member or menibers of inserted an advertisement in the local two-thIrds of the states, and a majority paper which rend: \Our homemade pies of all the states shall be necessary to a Mrs. Potter Palmer, Who Moves to Mow Lire good enough for Mayor John. choice. And If the house of represents- York For New Social Conquests. Nye. shall not choose a president when- Aren't they good enough for your The ever the right of choice shall devolve upon ball, the big social event of Chicago. Personality entered into In thls adver- it before the 4th day of March next fol- has always been under her guidance. tIsernent at once forused ottention to lowing then the vice presIdeat shall act as president, as in the case of the death litit thls fashionable affair will in the it. The mayor was running for re or other constitutional disability of the future no doubt be headed by Mrs. election at the time, and the advertise - president. Harold McCormick, one of Chleago's ment helped him also. St St wealthiest women and the daughter of This was only the starter. Others GOVERNORSHIPS John D. Rockefeller. even more original were brought before The terms of governors that have IR IR the people through the medimn of been elected take effect In the respec- WAR DEPARTMENT MERGER the local paper and at once caught and tive stales as foilows: Jan. 1, 1913, In conformity with legislation enact- held the attention of all. Day after New York; January, 1P13. Arkansas. at the last session of congress the day new features were tried. Their Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Floc- quartermaster's. subsistence and pay methods teemed with life. They show - Ida. Idaho. Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, departments of the army were consul- ed elear mental vision anti an insight Kansas. Maine, Massachusetts, Nlichl• • • • Nov.liffien -N 0110 One general 51111111V Into htiman on t The advertisements gun, afinneaota. :Missouri. Montana, department. known as \the quarter offered the things that people needed. Nebraska, New Hampshire. North Car - master corps. - m a j or G enera l J anie , Last year the town had a cleanup 'Mtn, ..orth Ohio, Rhode Is- It. Aleahlre, quartermaster general. is wePk- The new Mere at once Rarer - land. South Carolina. Soleil Dakota. Its charge, with Brigadier tleneral lien, tiscsi brooms and paint had other nec- TenneSSee, TeX118, Utah. Waallington, ry Sharpe. ettutinissary getter:11.am] PI:Cary rommoditlea at reduced prices. Wiseonsin, July 1. Georgia: Brigadier General George It. Smith. Recently started on its own necount alarch 4, 1913, West Virginia. paymaster ateneral, as his chief assist- a town beautiful campaign. adding to K K ants. Its stock many things that could be JAPAN'S NEW EMP,RESS Active preparationg are in progress used in Oda connection, thus ereating Although the royal house of Japan at the war department with a view to a bigger fle'd in which to work out I, still In mourning for the late etu- Plittlrg the new .aw into effect also in the ownera' ideas. peror mei will he so for a year from the Philippines by Jan. 1, 1913. The returng on the original Invest - the Mlle of ills death, it has not kept ment have enabled the partners to open the consolidation the citation' forces in entire seclusion the present emperor two other stores in nearby ton - tits, of the three departments are reor- and empress. gaidzed for business purposes on the where the same !Anna ter getting bust. The new rulers do yipt appear much r\\\wina ness are being successfully used. This arrangement provides for all in iodate. but the kindly inductive of lite classified employees the existing bureaus with slight changes in classIti- ' ration. , Thereafter all communications con - I Cash in Winter. Many farmers have little or no in- come during the winter menths. A small greenhouse rightly managed is - ill insure a nice little ineome and will mid not only C.- • Mit pleasure and satis- faction. is fa nit I i A merican I Agricuitii: •