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IJ\ DEPENDENT NEWSPAPER IN NORTHERN\ NEW YORK v OL. X. THE MOST SUCCESSFUL MEN ARE CONSTANT ADVERTISERS MADRID, N.Y., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1913 IHE MAN WHO ADVERTISES IS THE MAN WHO SELLS No 13 MADRID HERALD Published Thursdays. S1.00 per year, §3.25 in Canada. Notices of meeting's for pecuniar gain, 5c per line; other notices free. Contributions on topics of interes ' gladly received. Orville A. Babcock, Editor & Publishe ^ A crowd is what you need, Mr. Farmer, that sale. The more bidders the higher the prices your stuff wil bring. ^ Publish the entire list of articles to be offered for,sale, and see wha happens. v Special Column. \VTants For Sale, To Rent or any advei tiserueut under this heading, 5c. a line. No ad. received for less than 25 cents. FARMS WANTED—I would! like the exclusive) isal'e : ol <six tfaitas ini.the towns of Madrid^ Waddinlgton, Lisbon or Norwood. \Writ©me at one© diescriibinig property and price. D.T. RoFo'j-rtson,, Cresco, la. FOR SALE—a farta of 70 acres with. , g;o<odi wood lot, 3mil l esfrom'Wa.d- dtagton village on roadl to Ciiasa Mills. Good, chouse andi roam. 3 ' good! wells. Tennis reaaonaole. Apply to Mrs. Julia A. Tiernan, Oak-st., W-addingtcwi, N. Y. 13-15 VALUABLE PIN LOST—at Bucks Bridig© on Tuesday evening, 5th. Pin is of 4 Vong gold imiggesta placed! on long narrow gold bat in f or|m of an pL Finder kindly notify jmte andl receive liberal re- ward. Mrs. Jiohm D. JH'od'g-e, Mad- rid Springs, N.T. 12-15 FOR SALE—1913 Model, Motor Cy- cles and Motor Boats at bargain prices, all (makes, brand'new ma- chine®, on easy monthly payment plan. Get our proposition before buying or you will regret it, also ' bargains in -used; Motor Cyelea. \Write us today. Enclose stamp for reply. Address Lock Box 11, Trenton, Mich !7-10w First Mortgage .Farm Loans at 6 and 7 Per Cent. I can sell you a 8 percent straight 6-year loan, or a 7 percent 3-or 5- year loan, hy allowing the borrow- er the privilege of paying his note at any intereat-bearing date. No charges are made itor recording pa- pers or collecting interest. Toucan not make a safer investment than a first mortgage on ldO acre's of good'wheat in western North Da- kota. » For reference write the First Nat'l, Williams County, or Farmers & Merchants, Bank's, Williston, North Dakota. Abner K. Veiteh. •••• ••••••••••••< { FLORENCE. E. FESSENDEN OPTOMETRIST • \K&in Office, Mooers, N.T. ( , My system of testing vision is scientific and correct. Years of study and practice have given me extensive practical knowledge in the art of correcting errors of refraction by the use of my Special Prescription Lense. I have produced wonderful cure of brain fag, dizziness, nervous headache, caused by eye strain. I can prove it in your case. Why siffer longer. « • Z Atmyresidence,lBucks J • Bridge, Wednesdays. • • • HEWS STORIES INjjINIATUK Minor Mention of a Week's Important Events. A HISTORY OF SEVEN DAYS Paragraphs Which Briefly ChronicU the Events of Interest as Bulle- tined by Wire, Wireless and Cable—Foreian News. Washington Rj)iiii[imntini«iimmi|iiiiitHiiiiDHiiiriiii,i»,rtiiittnuiiiiiiHtiiHm(iiiim!,,s That essential alls to a total value of ?1,737,234 had been produced in the .United States 'in 1909 by the sixty- eight concerns engaged in. that in- dustry was the gist of a report made public to-<3ay by the Bureau of the Census. Tnough voting against the La Foll- ette amendment imposing a tax of 10 p&r'fcer.t. on all incomes over ?100,000, insurgent Democratic Senators forced their party leaders to consent to con- sider increasing the tax above tile rate provided in the Tariff bill. President Wilson reads stirring message to Con peas outlining the ad- ministration policy toward Mexico. He urges Americans to leave the country and declares a strict neutrality. It was reported that President Wil- son and Governor -General Harrison would work for the eventual Inde- pendence of the Philippines. Personal Lieutenant (junior grade) Owea St Aubin Botsford, U. S. N., died in the Shanghai General Hospital, Shanghai, ihiha, said a despatch received by the Navy Department Lieutenant Botsford was attached to the cruiser Saratoga- Harry Thaw probabiy will stay in jail at Sherbrooke, Jue., until Octoljex at least before his status is decided by the courts. Charles M. Caughy, ex-United States Counsul at Messina and Milan, Italy, died in Rochmond. He was first ap- pointed by President Cleveland and was a newspaper man in Baltimore for many years. Alice Miller Weeks, author of chil- dren's and stories published in Sun- day school papers, died hi her home in Philadelphia, In private life she was Mrs. Alfred M. Kroger. riiiiiiuiiimiuiiuiuiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiimiiiuiuiiiiHmiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiHWiig Sporting Members of the Illinois Athletic Hub, of Chicago, captured all the hon- ors hi .the one mile swim at the Perry Centennial at Putin-Bay. McGillivray finished first, McDermott second and Merriam third. Umpire McGreeyy, of the American League, Chicago, resigned because of the illness of his wife. The vacancy will not be filled, President Ban John- son depending upon the remaining eight arbiters for the rest of the sea- son. It was announced thai, the Laurel race course would be included in the Jockey Club circuit of tracks. By a new rule of the American Powerboat Association, an amateur helmsman can raoe for cash taking plate if he wins. IS ST. LAWRENCE COMTY TO TURN OVER POLITICALLY ? The Bull Moose 6nd Democrats have traded nominations. The former endorse Henry V. Borst, of Amsterdam, Democrat, for Supreme Court Justice, and the Democrats endorse the Bull Moose candidates for Assembly in St. Lawrence County, James H. Lytle, of Ogdensburg in the first district and Attorney Giles A. Chase, of Massena, in the second district. . The Ogdensburg Journal reprints the following table of last year's vote, which furnishes much food for thought, as it will oe seen that a real fusion in this district would beat Seeker by 1554 votes; It leaves Smith a margin of 476 voteo, but Smith voted against Sulzer's direct Primary bill and is fearing defeat on that account. Re- publican papers are very confident that \no harm will be done\ and we agree with them, but we wouldn't wonder if their com- placent cheerfulness should be jarred by this Fall's election. FIRST DISTRICT Seaker, Republican - - 3.526 Lovejoy, Democrat - - - 2,871 Hewitt, Progressive - - 2,209 Seaker plurality, 655. SECOND DISTRICT Smith, Republican Cor-itl, Democrat Atwood. Progressive - Smith's plurality, 2,072. 4,360 2.288 1,596 THE ISSUE IN NOVEMBER IS \MURPHY OR THE PEOPLE\ It is very pleasing to note how Republicans, Democrats and Progressives all are realizing'how that Murphy's vengeance on Governor Sulzer is solely because Sulzsr refused, to keep on d6- ing Murphy's dirty work, and we do not believe that Murphy's Tammany will be able to get the Senate court of impeachment on September ISth to impeach, tlie \Governor owing to the rising wrath of the people. \Why in Nassau and Herkimer Counties two Democratic Assemblymen, and in Onondaga, Niagara and Ontario Counties three Republican Assemblymen, all have been refused renomination because they voted to impeach Sulzer. (Besides these, many districts in the State have refused renomi- nations because they voted, against the Sulzer direct primary bill) Further, Tammany may not be able to corral a quorum for her nasty job of impeachment. Are you still for impeachment ? General Secretary of State Bryan addressed 3,000 persons at a CbatauQua meeting at New Hope, Pa. A note from President Huerta of Mexico called Mr. John lAnd toom Vera Cruz bacK to the capital. WilHani FUnn, Washington party leader, returned to a Pittsburgh hos- pital to be treated for a rscurreaoe of bis recent ailment Registration of voters in Pennsyl- vania cities was reported to be light, with many refusing to enrx>ll under party designations. A meteor Sell into Seaconnet River, ; Tiverton, B. L, causing'a krad ex- plosion, Jarring biriMlnss and break- tag window glasses. Alfred Brown was the firrt to avrtm :«*m the Battery, New York City, to Sandy Hook, being In the water 13' hours and 38 minutes. After pushing children away from a >roltea wire in Passaic, K. J'v'Fredar- ck Hafaer tried to* above tt to oo» ;ida. The current Mlled him. Secretary of th» Commonwealth Mc- Afee notified County Comm^ssionerB that they should place on the ballot or Stipremk Court Judgoa \Vote'for toe.' 1 Pro-visional PresMeat Hnerta said ibere' is no occasion £or Americaas eaylng Mexico. Newspapers In •the Stern 1 republic declare the attitude if President \Wilson made Huerta's lection certain. Charles M. Schwab gave $14,000 eedeil. to. complete \h&MOJ>00 endQiv. merit fund of Leonard Hall, an Epis- copal missionary school Ez-Govtinoi Stone, of Pennsylvania predicted that Harry K. Thaw would be in Canada when snow falls, and planned a test of the Canadian immi- gration law to avert the expirision of the fugitive. District Attorney Whitman accept- ed ths Tammany designation for his present office and E. E. MoCall, Tan> taany- r candidate for Mayor, gave a pledge to rapport him \from tAe ground up.\ Tit* .Palace of Peao» erected by An- drew Carnegie at The Hague was <Jed- iosted. Capt Alfred Brown, on his fifth at- tempt, swam from the Battery, New York, to Sandy Hook. Delegates representing 30,090 Elks attended the opening of the State re- union in Milton, Pa. The annual convention of the Penn- sylvania Catholic Totail Abstinence Union opened in Mount Carmel. Governor Fielder welcomed the For- esters of America to New Jersey for their annual meeting at Atlantic City. W. E. Sweeting, of Penneylvania, won the national individual rifle match at Camp Perry, with a score of 238. J. E. Itow»n, his wife, two children and his sistaMn-law were killed when a Pennsylvania train hit their motor car near Freeport, Pa. Postmaster John S. Wilson, of Col- umbia, Pa., and his asstetant, Frank G. Payne* were arrested on. the charge of embezzling office funds. Th« Pennsylvania State Camp, Pat- riotic Order Sons of America, in ses- sion at Altoona. elected Samual C Wells, ot Philadelphia, president As the result o* -tb» recent aronght, 88,000 cattle were received m. the Kansas City stock yards, the greatest single days' receipts In the history of Che'yard* Bumpar crops in Ore Northwest were predicted in Minneapolis. A rec- ord, corn crop\ is assured, While wheat and small grains are expected to bring prices. ^ - t Congressman 'Lenroot announced hie candidacy to succeed Senator Stepheneoo, of Wisconsin, thereby emphasizing his break with Senator La Toilette. Six ir.en were chosen to sit on the jury that will JLry F. Drew Qaallnetti?' in Sai Francisco, \bn~~ffie \charge \of having violated the Federal white slave act Colonel Roosevelt stopped in Chic- ago long enough to declare himself against compromise with the Republi- can party. He bad nothing to say on the Mexican situation. • Appeals to District Attorney Whit man to help save the fusion situation were made by the New York commit- tee as the result of Hearst's attack on McAneny and Prendergast One thousand longshoremen em- ployed on the piers of the Hamburg- American Steamship Company struck in protest against the abandoning of the check system of hiring. American Locomotive and American Can shares led the stock market up- ward, owing to dividend rumors con- cerning both companies. Wall street does not fear the Mexican situation. Precious stones valued at ?1,500,000 were, through error, left under guard of one man in a Chicago hotel for an hour, by members of the National Re- tail Jewelers' Association, whose four days' convention will begin today. f Ferdinand Pinney Earle denied to The World's Paris correspondent that he had deceived his present wife in regard to hia former marriages. He said \religious 1 \ persons are trying to break up his home. Dr, William M. Willey, a refugee from Vera Cruz, detailed the outrages to which Americaas resident in Mex- ico were subjected and the alleged romisauess of United States Consuls. The fourth International Congress of School Hygiene wan .formally op«n«d at Buffalo. Dr. Charles W. Eliot, president of the Congress, de- livered bis annual address in the evening. Miss Blanche Bass gave up her place in St. Louie society to take charge of a eugenics training school for orphan girls at Shreveport, La. Special Envoy Clnd announced tJiat be \would return to Mexico today ^ response to a msflSAjre from President Htierta, and negotiations were expect- ed to resume on a franker bast*, -with excellent prospects of peace. The bodies of Miss Angle Spear, 19 years eld, and Carl W. Perry, JO years old, of Roofciland,, Me, were found in a motwboat at sea by a fisherman. Both^digd from wounds from a. pistol' which was found In Perry's iand. It was announced that the Frawley Committee would renew investigations of Governor Sulzer's campaign fund and that an effort would be made to discredit Mrs. Sulzer's \confession\ of her share in the stock transactions. giiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiinuitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiHiniiii^ j Foreign ~ iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiniiiiiiiiimiiiini English militant suffragettes burn- ed a residence in Finchley, one of Lon- don's suburbs. Government forces have captured Nankin, and deprived the rebels of their last stronghold. Five persons were killed and a dozen injured when a store collapsed at Petersboro, Ontario. Militant suffragettes attacked Pre- mier Asquith on the golf links at Lossiemouth, Scotland, knocked off nis hat and dragged him some distance over the ground. The Canadian Minister of Justice and the Premier of Quebec left Mont- real for West Point, where they will meet Viscout Haldane, Lord Chancel- lor of Great Britain, en route to the American Bar Association convention at Montreal. More than 60 persons were killed and hundreds of bridges and houses destroyed throughout Japan by a ty- phoon. II is announced that in the lumber room of the Calais Museum in Paris, there was discovered a magnificent painting of the head of an old man signed \Rembrandt 1653.\ \The Picture of Dorian Gray,\ a dramatization of Osear Wilde's famous novel., was produced at the Vaudeville Theatre in London, with Lou Tellegen, the Flemish actor, who is a frequent cooperator with Sarah Bernhard*, as Dorian. Norway and Trotting Horaet.\ From tales of travel and other sources of information it appears that Norway was one of the first countries to develop speed in the trotting horse, which centuries ago seems to have been c-ommon to tlie nations of north- ern Europe. Sigvried Petersen says that as early as the beginning of the eighteenth century there were inform- al trotting races in Christiana. The principal name in the history of the sport is that of .Tarob Meyer, chief of the royal mounted militia, who was born in 1781. He owned the noted horse Sleijner-Vurg that on March 15, 1829. trotted an English mile in 2:37 and repeated in the same time. This was faster than any horse had then trotted In America, so far as is known. In Sweden and in Finland the sport of trotting horses dates back, it is said, to prehistoric times. With long win- ters and Dothing else to do the people raced their horses to sleighs on the ice. Sunday morning was the great occasion, men and horses coming from miles around to take part in or witness the sport—New York Herald. Her Early Life In Germany. In her book entitled \Scenes and Memories\ Walburga Lady Paget has this to say of her early life in Ger- many: \We ran about •without shoes or stockings in the grass; we wore a minimum of clothes; in summer we were plunged into the river, a wide and rushing mountain stream; ID win- ter we had to break the ice in our tubs and our nurses dashed basins of icy water over our backs. I can still feel the thin bits of ice mixed with the wa- ter slithering down orer me. A fire in our bedrooms was never thought of. and the schoolroom was never more than 9 degrees Reaumur (52 F.). I was fourteen or fifteen before I knew what it was to have something to drink at breakfast, ns I did not like milk. Bread, with a little butter, was ail I ever had. An ess for a cniid, if it was not ill, was considered quite absurd. Between meals we were given abund- ance of fruit.\ FREJDERIC J. MERR1MAN ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. Fire, Life and Accident, Insurance placed. Madrid, N. Y. FAY G. MANN UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMBR Lady Assistant When Required Day or Night Calls by 'Phone MADRID, NEW YORK. DR. O. P. COLEMAN DENTIST. AIODERN DENTISTRY IN AM. BRANCHES Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty A ' work guaranteed. Madrid, N. Y When in Ogdensburg visit the CRYSTAL PALACE and try our famous Ice Cream and Soda Water. Ice Cream for Wed- dings, Receptions.; Socials, Dances and all Entertainments given prompt and satisfactory attention. MAIL ORDERS SOLICITED When in Ogdensburg Visit FARLEY'S RESTAURANT A Good Dinner For 35c 21-23 Ford St. Report of^the ST. LAWRENCE COUNTY SAVINGS BANK 79 State St., Ogdensburg, N. V. EESOUESES Bonds and Mortgages - - - S268.0T5.14 Modes and Bond ravestm'ts. par Val. 505.500.ltt Cask m Banks and on hand - - 73,793.46 Collectable int. accrued but not due LIABILITIES $655,770.11 Dne3,261 depositors - - . . £5)8,091.74 =ui pi is computed on par value - 17G7837 •Surplus computed on investment value, Sl(i,«'S.7G. June 3d, 1913. $855,770.11 AXDKE-W IiiviKG, President JAMES E. KEIXT Treas 3%. t •5- f rom | date of deposit * Interest paid on certificates of % deposit if deposit is left six months. $ $ $ A. D. WHITNEY - President EMPLOYMENT ALBANY BUSINESS CQUEiit' D 'J}; tlll .£n f 'Wweliaremore positions-Oianive ran fill with our combined course graduates •/ Thereisaenr.dpoKifion waittae for you. I t ^ a ?S t3 Alhany. N.Y. Romance of a Picture. Half a century ago a medical stu- dent lodging la London so ingratiated himself in the eyes of his landlady that on his departure for Hobart to practice she^asked him to accept a sou- venir of his London home, and he took a picture which had been in his sit- ting room. This picture remaiued in his house for upward of forty years •Without attracting any particular no- tice, but then its hour struck, for a visitor detected merit in it and advised the ovrner to forward a description of it to London. He did so, and the pic- ture, which turned out to be a Rom- ney, fetched 3v500 guineas. The best of the story Is that the Tnsmanian editor 'who printed an account of the matter gave th© price aa 300 gulaeaa, saying that be did so because he did not believe that any picture could be worth tb* Isrger^enm.—London Sphere. Breaking It Gently, Maid—Thieves got into a house In this f street last night and stole aM the silver. Misfcress—What stnpid people to leave things unlocked! Whose bouse was it? Maid—It -was No. 7. Mistress—Why, that is our boose! Maid —Tea, ma'am, but I did not want to frighten you.—Judge. Economy Many people go through life thinking they are econ- omical, when the fact is, they are only low priced. One experience with our Clothes is that economy can only be found in real good Clothes. SUITS and all accessor- ies to wear for men and boys that will prove econ- omy. Friedman & Fisher » V | 47 Ford St.

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