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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f t nrtforb qnblianFine Job Work DEVOTED TO TilE INTERESTS OF ALL TIIE PEOPLE OF 01110 COUNTY Subscription I per YearI JVOL XYIII HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY IY FRIDAY NOVEMBER 2519x0 No 19 HIPPEN DIES ON fiALLOWS AmericanDentist Who Killed Wife Pays Penalty Spends Night With Priest But He Has Nothing to Say of Crime HISTORY OF CRiP1EN MURDER CASE February I 1916Rollo Elmoro be Uovcd to havo boon slain on this date March 26 1910Notico is publish ed in the daily papers to tllo effect I jthat Belle Elmoro had dhd suddenly In California July 8Inspoctcr Dow visits Crip pen at his homo July 9Orippen fleas from the city with his typist Ethel LGnoe- July13Peoomposod body of Doll- oElmore found In cellar of Crlppons homo In London July 2QCrlpP01 and his compan- Ion sail from Antwerp aboard the toamer Montrose July 22Capt Kendall of the Mon arose rocognlzes Crippen land com nlttnicatcs with Scotland Yard by wlreloss July l3Inspector Dow loaves Liv- orpool aboard the steamer Laurun tic for Quebec July 31Dr Crlppon and MISS Lo- nr Ve placed undor arrest as tholros- I 4 eel arrives at Farther PoInt Quo August 20Inspoctor Dew sails from Quebec with his prisoners August 27The Party reaches London r September 21Dr Crippen and his ompanlon formally committed for trial for the murderof hits wlfp- Sepbomber m 26 Coronors jury re i turns vordlctof wilful murder against Dr Crippen Qctober 18Dr Crlppon plAced on cLriai for his dire Ocotber 22Dr CnlPIYJn found gull t3 and sentenced to death October 25lUss Lenevo acquitted of the charge of bong an accessory November 7Dato of hanging chang od from Novomber 8 to November 23 London Nov 23Dr 11 H Or1p pen was hanged wlhtln tho walls ot the jail hero At 902 this morning Ho went to tine scaffold In silence and had nothing to say even before tho trap was sprung Ho was aeompanlcd by the prlust who has attended him since ho was omdemned There were but tow of flotals proaant The oxecutlon of Dr Hawley Crlp pea In London Wednesday completed tlto criminal records of one of tho- consattonal ot roeent rnunder cases The brutAlIty of the crime committed by II man who had been known as of a gentle and kindly nature tho murderers sspcctucular fight to his- saitivo land ond the fact Ith1IIllbhe i atitust the doctor was puroy caSoI ctantial combined to make the etdy of absorbing Interest not bIin England whore the murder was don trot as well In America where both Crtplon wad his wifewere borne r Crippen slight in figure was just 11Mtohlgaa and after studylrig medicine j radioed In the United States and mada in 1906 he married Cora Mackamotski of BroIl D vaudo- vplo nctrQSS whosastagb nAme was Belle Elmore They moved to Landon whore the doctor ongnged In dental mariuCac ture Soon there was domestic InI tc11clt due Crlppen allogud to the other mOOIiThen Ethel Clara Ltnove a prepos IliBlS1ng woman now about twenty seven years of age entered Crlppens- omployas aa typis She sympathized with the Qoctor and the two f01llnovo 1 eO Mcanitmo Crippen and his wife wore estranged Noariy a year ago Miss LcnUooI feeling her posllton keenly mmQi hnpattent with the situation hits same limo the doctor was In need jof money Mrs CrlllKn dtsappoorod last February Her JmsI I p band inserted a death notice Intho papers saiiig that she had succumbed to an Ulncss whllo visiting In tall Iirnia IIActress rlendsofllrsCrlpp llor nlniiie Interviewed Crippen on July 12 He threw tho police off the scent but on the following day fled from London In company with Miss UeMve who was disguised ns a boy SubsequentlY their presence on- board the steamer Momtraao was made known to Scotland Yard through wlrotess messages and as the Mon troso was approaclllrtg the rpfQuebec Crlppon and Miss Lama a mere arrested ThIs was on July 31 In the mtantIm the police had visited the Crippen homo In Hllldrop Crescent and do the cellar un utimo- dparts of II rwomans body Tho mod cat experts who examined thgo parts woro never able anatomically to provo that they were from the body or- Dalle Elmore Nevertheless the jury that heard tho Crippen case woro satisfied that they wend Crippen was indicted and convicted of the murdQr of his wife the evi dence Including testimony that ho had bought and adnllnlstfJIoo poison after which hl dismembered tllO body He was sunwnced to be hanged on November 8 but secured a itny or execution until today An appeal on his behalf was denied by the Criminal Court or Aprpoals and n petition or reprieve was rcj x tad by Homo Secretary ChurchilL Miss Lenovo Was Indiedodand char god as an accessary attar the fact but was acquitted BEAVER DAM WINS AT CENTRAL CITY tn Game of Basket Ball on Last Friday NightScore 14 to 12 Beaver Dam I ov 22Spocial to The ZRepubIcanIn aeceetmtance of a chaUenjte rom Central City HIgh Sohool West Kentucky Seminary High School played a select team of Central City on Centrals floor on last Friday evening The DEnver Dam boys wore expty tang to play n HIgh School team but after arriving on the grounds It developed that Central had no HIgh Scheol team there being only one High school man on the team who was removed at tho eloso of the first half The West Kentucky Seminary team was therefore forced to play thoI bust team that Control CIty could fur rJsh regardless ol school or return wIthout playing the game soI the game was played which from the first was a very hard game hu Boa or Dam boys not balrg accustomod to the floor and very poor lights were laboring under very unC1l1orablo conI dltlonsITins first half was unfavorablo toI tho West Kenlucky SamlnarrI boys the score being 10 to Ii In favor of Central City After II rest of ten minutes the game was resumed entorlngIplay as rough as Ito she did runnIng the smro to 12 In favor of Wcst Kontwky Towards the close of the second halt Taylor who was center Seminarytwas a od shoulder Time not being mUod by either captain Central having no Captain as could be Learned The West Kentucky Seminary Captain loot oarIng to call time the twenty minutes were out for the close of the game nt which time the referee declared Ute game ended Tire Central Qty boys raised a complaint but to no avail The West Kentucky Seminary boys left the floor having won a very hard fought game with everything against them except the determination and ability to win I It being In the agreement that Central City was to bear the oxpenas- ofi the visiting team but she ovenI refusal to stand by her agreement In I this The Wcst Kentucky Seminary team paid their own expenses andi went onthelr way rejoicing Accepted Position in St Louis Mr Romeo Barnard who for sometime has been manngor of the company store at Taylor Minos will leave after Thanksgiving for St Louis whore ho has accepted D posLUon I with the Ferguson MoKenney Dry SIis reported that Mr0 V IIlosman I a or of the Brown lIorcnntl1Co at MeHanTY will flit the vacancy I CHILDREN MISSING CAUSES EXCITEMENT IAt Whitesville and Rela tives Are Distressed Supposed That Miss Elmore and Veachel WestJrfield Have Eloped to Indiana The VhttasrIUo neighborhoods In a fever of excitement or UliJ aud don disappearance of Miss Clwo El more aged 14 and Rossie Smith and Vtachcd Wostcrfield 18 and 19 years respectively and all members of prominent families of that place elle three have boon missing from their homos since Saturday night and m4I1 hors ot the three tamillos have Inquir od ovorywhoru near as to tholrwltor abouts but had not located either of thorn this morning It Is the suppo sttlon by all that young Westerfield and Miss Elmoro had eloped toAOmo town or city In Indiana and wrs married as they have bean swootlutiars for four years says the OI1sboro- Enqnlrer Smith is supposed to have aeeom panlod them on their elopment Smith Is the son of Lonnlt Smith a flum j 1I1fl1cbandlseSmith bundled up his clothes Inn pack Saturday night while his pasi eats were at Pleasant Ridge trading At the same time Woslurfbld who is a son or Frank Wosterftold a farmer stole his supposedtobo bride tram her home while hr grand parents Mr and Mrs Joel moNI with whom she lived were nttondLng services at Union Grove church She got out of accompanying them to church by sntlag that she was ill- With the assistance of Miss Elnorr- Vesterfleld took her clothes and ltd thin on tine road Saturday afternoon It Is supposed that the girl and the two boys mot at some point on tine road for they were last seen together nor Whitesville headed for Ow onsboro In a buggy which they had rested from a stable IIt that place On rexachieg Ownsboro the owner 9f the horse was notified to some to Owensboro and claim the turnout This was the last heard from them The rolativts of ha three are very much distressed over their disappearance and cannot lmaglna what has become of thsnor why they do not return home The parents and relatives are doing all In their lOWer to learn the whereabouts of the throe klddlcs Ills stated D boy was seen anSWer Ing Smiths description on the boat Inquirer Sunday coming down front Rook1ort and that the young man was inquiring about Whitoovnle It mtas the supposition that tthb three had gone to Rockport and that Miss Elmoro and Westerfield had beoMllar- rJed here but Information from that place states that they woro not married in that city- Tragedy at Trenton ElktoR Ky Nov 2Iits F A Sobrea aged about fUtyJvtl liars was shot and tnstantly kUled In Trenton at 1030 oolock Saturday morning by Morris Banks aged tweti ty ono years and her nephew by marriage Intonsa excitement pren11s In Trenton and throughout thQ county as both of the parties are among the most prominent dnSubbcrn Kentucky mho tragedy occunrod In front or the postoffioc Mrs Sebree was sitting In her buggy when Banks droo up and ltls alleged stop ped front his buggy and dtUborato ly tired on Mrs Sobreo with a shotgun the entire charge enteorLng hr neck and head and rousIng Instant death Officers from hero have loft for tho scene or tho tragedy and Banks It Is reportul drove oft dately after tine shooting 1nllU61 Young Banks Is a son of Banks and belongs to one counts nest prominent families There has loom considerable un foritlemont af tho F A Sobrcs estate It dsreported the will having boon contested 0- t REV BRUNER RETURNS NOME Attended General Associa tion of Ky Baptists Large Attendance and Important Work Attended to By Assembly Rev J W Drunor roturned Friday night front Cynthlana K1 where ho attended the meeting of the Baptist association of Kiitucky lie reports a splendid tIme and the meeting was a great success and Interest many feted In all lines of till church work Dr IIruncr was charmed with the entalnmcnt arrortlld by the lit tle city and ho says everyone peas treated grandly The association next year will mot at Paducah and no doubt a grata many Baptists from lIarfJord nnd Ohio Ceuttty wlll attend The meting Is reported to have been ono of the largest over hold in the state tharo hlllng bean about six hundred visitors In the town Trite cause of missions was given special attention as Is usually tita Ratio with those pebpie in theIr lIlIb- OIutho bodies the following report on thta subjet having br tsubumdtd Probably the most important report during the mtlngs was the annual report of the State Board of Missions Among the Innpomuamit statistics of the pan year brought out In this report woro 3685 conversions 2873 balJtlsms 32 churches and 77 Sunday schools organized during the yea 161Hil0 raised for nil purposes aided III building 72 now churches there tlll being 2511 churches III tho state without build lags rcemnniendel that tlwy under take to build 100 meeting houses dur- Ing coming year gifts to homo and foreign missIons were largely increased last year The boards report made the following rcoDlllkndatlol1s 40000 for State Missions and 10000 for Ohuroh Building 32000 for our Homo Board and that wo raise what WI can towards 40000 to bo given by Kentucky toward a lfr utaueut church building fund of 500 000 HooO for our Foreign Board that we lIllOlntt settle uw rJtflvo now workers for strategic lioints that UI States Board devise sonic way to aid pastors to care for students in our State schools that wo continue to maintain a lw capable evangelists that we urge the church rs to give to missions weekly that the work may not bu conducted on the credit system that each Sunday school and church be uncourtgd to give to State Homo and Fore Ign Missions Farmers are Hustling For the past several days the woath or has boemm exceptionally good for this ss son of the year It has afforded those who have outdoor work to do time to complete U and those who have failed to Improve the Unte along thOStl lhosdeervo to be compelled to work In tOO snow when the mercury Is registering below zero A number of farmers have been In town throughout this wOk laving brought In some of their products to exchange for cash or other Commo dities that may ho used In their vocation They say that they have their work well In hand and they are going to mmko preparations for an unusually large crop another season so far as the plantlllg is concetnu- dSandersWilson Mr Herbert Wilson Olaton and Miss Wee Sanders Frlodaland were married at Hartford Thursday Nov 17 at the residence or and Iby Rev G J Doan They were accompanied by Mr Arthur Miller and Miss lols PArk Frlcdaland Attar the cereI1- II0ny they rgturned to tile homo of the grooms parents Mr and Mrs J R Wilson where a largo number of relatives and dnUmlto friends wore waiting to reclovo them At 7 oclock an elaborate supper was served In an attractive manner TJl6 bride wore a handsome suit of lEnd color wlth coat and mt of the samQ shade She is a charming young lady of beauty and aoeongmlmsh meats She Is a granddaughter of Mr Louts boov- ar and has been connected with the 4 4X mlllInory department of hover Bros Frledalnnd Ky for sometime Mr Wilson is the eldest son of Mr and Mrs J R Wilson and Is one of the beast known and mostllollu mar young mum In this part of the county Ho is a prosperous farm or and In every way worthy of the lady of his cmtume- cMr and Mrs Wlleon wm spend a few weeks wllh his parents and will then go to housekeeping restr Ulaon Their many frlontlll sislt than nllap up and successful life ONE 1RESENT City Restaurant Changes Hands A deal was closed Monday In which Mr Estill Thomas of this cmty land Joe Tat of Raver Dam IJ 1Ir tehe owners of the City Res which has bemn under thin management of Arbucklo anti Co for the mast several nmontims Mr Tate arrived Vednesday and bgall his duties whJ1 Mr Thomas UtiiU med control ou Monday Mr George ArlJUcklll has nut djIJ- cd upon what busts ss he will enter Ile will prohably remain hen for a while until he d Kddees wiir- he will locate For Ul prkut atI least 1h H V King will continue his jewelry store In tile mtaurart- Mr I Thomas is a Hartford bur and- is well known and liked by every- ione mind will enjoy u large trade Tat comes wll roCOlIllIInlld- allli for tame tlute he has bsat In the restaurant business I1t navcr Dun and IH well acgnaintrel with till husiunas lie wlll utovo hIs family hero In time neon future 4 FARMERS INSTITUTE DECEMBER 5 AND 6 Will Convene at HartfordEvery body Invited to Attend Each Session ommlsJOII3r of Agriculture Ran kin has annoupced that tJL Ohio County JlrmHs lmtstltuta will bu held at Hartford on Monday and Tuesday U- cmlllber i and G All who are in treed In farming ha tiny of its branclue e Gould tot fall to attend the Institute un times two days Batter methods In farming fruIt growing stock raising road building poultry rnlslllg and domestic science will be dlscussul by state lecture and those liJlUIUS will bo profitable as well as interesting Dout forget the dates Deeenmb r 5 and G Everybody Is cordially invItul to ho present Come and bring the ladles The program will be announced In these columns as soon as commpleted- by ConiixL Raukin Wets Win at Bowling Green Bowling Gram Ky Nov 19Clr cult Judie Moss today delivered his Jpllllon in the Bowling Green local option contests case In favor uf time wets lbu held that the dual oloe- tlon held to this city on Juno 28 was legal and that the result of the rvle Hon witch favored the return of the saloons thouW bo entered on the records of time County Court Tho wets won on the taco of the returns by a majority of 81 but ocn test proceedings were Instituted by the drys When the matter was trial out before the Contest Board tlwo member of time board held that the cleettftu- was legal while County Judgu Den lIardt decided that It was void and of no force on account of wholesale fraud and bribery The case was appealed to time Circuit Court and will now bo taken tu the Court or Appeals Mortons Theatre Tile Morton Theatre at Madso- nvils has boon clcsod Indffinttely President West of Hophinsvillo stated Wednesday that the board of directors or his bank had derided nut to continue running the tbieatre as It had boon Q losIng proposition for some time Wihefl asked low long It would bo closed he said possl bly two years but ho could not say posltlvely This 1s one of the best Opera Houses in Woottl1n Kentucky and was built at an expense of about 20000 Manager Irnnctwny had soy aJIlIson contracts will nocemarl ly 11ac to ho cnnccllodEurUIltLOII Bee a a FIERCE FIRE IN- KENTUCKY MINE Hurry Call Sent From Town of Stearns I Want the New Rescue Apparatus and Assistance of Mine Experts lesmmtgtell Ky Nov 9Ai3IstLlnt Mlu Inspctue Tbcutas Barr lft Sat urdiy night for Stearns Ky with two IIl s II nw rJIIu BPIJaiittus on a hurry mil from SLoorm oual mninoes which err Oil tine This Is tine first call for the safety appliances authorized Ly the last LIglslaturo and but recently Installed at Lexington and the several mJut InspocIpholle nHSagJl from the Stearns managers at 230 oclock this afternoon informing hint that No 4 mill was- on fire and uHltlllg his udvlce with omuoIThis at once compliul with nUll time two sits stationed tare packed urine placed In charge of iuslwctor Barr If the fire is worst than at ClllltS- Il111JOSOO Prof Norwood will leave Sunday morning on hearing from Mr Barr As far as the information rl- colvod goes no one was killed or Injured miners have been trying to put 1Tho blaze with a line of hose reported that It was too hot fur thou to gut near encuglm It Is not known here just how the fire started Th evalue of the new apparatus Is now rtcolving a prtiuttcat test M those working In the mine In ease of this kind have no means of entering very far without a con sistant supply or air which the helmets furnIsh their wearers It Is necessary at Staarns Ito shut off thin aIr by means of brnttlOul reduce the heat anti got nearer theses of the flames Thu lwllllt wearers can do this build up till IJrattIClS without regard to Poisonous gases smolte and fumes even when the outsIde supply of air Is cut off thus being able to save lives or fight fire successfully while other umethods fail DJathof Mrs Laura Magan Mrs Laura K Magan dial at her homo on Union street early last Friday morning Nov 18 of tubJrculos sls ot the throat The dueoascd was born August 31 S Ganli In 1873 was united In marriage to J E Ma gas To this union thura lWra born the following surviving children O C Magan L D Magan C IL Mngau Mrs Josie Ellis Cnmlu n lttagun Early May Magan James B Magna and Leila M Magan Mrs IlIagan had been a faithful member of tho Mt Carmel Baptist Church since 1870 and was to daughter of the late Jo sin Coleman Field and leaves the following surviving brothers Henry Field of this city C L Field Ow enisboro B L Field Seattle Wash and J S Fluid Atlanta Ga The funeral services or Mrs Magan WON conducted by her pastor Rev I Norris LashtJrook at Mt Carmel I Church DuCord and the Interment followed at the church II1wl3IY Mrs J C Riley Painfully In Jured While driving In the cemetery gate at OakWOOlI Monday morning Mrs J C Riley sustained several painful bruises whoa sho fell out of the wagon She was ott her way to I the cemetery and Jiai Taylor twho- is employed by llr Riley was loading the horse through the gate when Mrs Riley fell cut of the wagon She- does not clearly rentombcr how she cacao to fall but thanks her hood be gan to swim causing her to felt For several minutes oho was unconsatous but was able to trot bask Into tho wagon and bo taken lama Dr RI lay was summoned but thinks there are no Umjurks to cause alarm Dr Riley upon a late examination discovered that his mohor sustainI broken rib but is getting a I well as could bo expected L Qjt Md St 1 I thWEDDING PAID PREAIIER Amount Received is Never Excessive Otttimes Minister is Called on Do Work Without Com pensation Loulsvfllu ICy Kov 2 stnro the pubUcaltou a taw WookH ugo of an article in tho Ctrrtalnn ILJmJd rola ting to Vita Sizu of Wadding FoolS iathat tC11Jc bo IHn mud disc dby pastors and now PJpon un 0- tho couatsy Tdto writrar La the lIor aid oonflnrl Iris ubyarvadoutt has tirrn cllkti Miiere it US btflLod Is consldrJ i large Lu and that 1000 0 1240 will ctsfiy oovtt tbo any rator In th cour of D yttu- SL louis tatOl In a act ofay- hustum m ncettUy t1ublLihld by the lootDIsjDclt aro uronlroous iu U- 1oplnJon that mast bridtigroomu thuy have tnat bjfti tnrly in III to laac lice ocorcm1ti in fact Ue y b in at the aUnr- BridcglUJIDS are stingy with ilidr wedding tae say the Missouri 1 sons but irhaPs the min6ttrli IILlc too high t valuathon on tbil r bees for the avecag f k In St Lot Is given as 1CJ and LonLsvila mfr Ill tom SOOID to ana1dr a 10 bill a ceraImonyOf COWJ it the wilding Is a hrl hurt Social uvtyrt rtquiring the 1111 ten toatlJlWJ In full regala ate earl or torlaal it Is only fltthg iii h should I valvu a larger fo Umn- whQIl hiq tuply IcTforrns u c9rt mony In his iudy without trlalndn For the la trr 5 is consldMJlI a r- ssuonablu t ruwnwntion for II f drat soduy affair rot wrul toO nuptls A tv uf 25 Ls not uuI commonIr1ago oorwllowl s than any other muI inter iu this city Dr Iowolf aim i ts that he marrlld a cod many O- u1fI but thirsts thAt nll average of I atwut thirty JPmon1 a yew w1l1 uaslly covor tmish ym nol umlos M far as my exisrinca gore nr Powell I may say that brit grooms lire Yury 1tlfrIl I think Is about au avara of the f hnndtrl to rue sumUlw ti Taly lv1Idhd the lllrrtry of the groom at A 25 tire 4s teat unusual I pick airata number In the coerce of a y nt and I lave IOeiV I ir on h4 ncaslons but those tee werv- oratmonie9s tyrrhopuiortatd out of the Iltually when It tower 11 caltod tJJ flyanotherhis fe iii 6111111 to covrt- raveling exp tusth and a good 1111I gin btchhtss celII1I0I1jforI would huo corudddrutl l0 II g trolls rOt hut his llIvlopJ cOllwincd- it ton dollCir bill and II fivo In addlt I gut It good litany ttrLe dI- fxs but in tllt yams work I should lmJt6 tits aVJrtg r nt 10 About C ynr tU I had a fun fl- yoxprIne muthwod Or Powrll- rauivncl l a Itr frocu a brld rooh uctlting 111t Una CUlJ LIt IHlfdll osij IlroIIIiwn JOVUI lit et llo litnttl la dUlt that i rut ld Lrrlve lu LuuLaifl Oil a glv mtrn duthe IIlromr1a II I Ill lIy tJlI bride Ile wl- trl air mu to have II room engaged fur hIm ut a hotel to newt thuut lit- c1Xiloge u at rho MtUon W contpa y- Lhtm to Urn Iwttd and Inrforui- coreuony Uw half ti dozcl1 mtnor tails wci e sug + tsd for mo le- land ut tv und Jl sum I as Lt the only raticntial hu was prtiarod to furnish WM the IInd For all this ito- cil btIho would uaku me n otsh payuw alt bat he dldl1l tdato wiutt lIlDunt bylows fIt would ruanpanae mo tar any- vloit9 tioJ1 I wIuto him tlutt I catlld- nmlartako not Uru pcrrnLUrotcduat nf bls- JlnArJrnonJal vmture Uuit my prolneI- wtnn and endrri with thu fUg e1romony uud I heard to ruore fro hIm Ivo hull only 011 man nuroach Inn with thto plea that iho wants d- cvmrnlt to nutty funny ati ono would sprak or caanadUing a tuulIIr 11at- WM jn Missouri yetrs u A yotr rigt country shire Ulht to nor In gr- embarraio oat iiint std lhally 111121- 1lllurQd WU lutrtcn what I want It to say Is thlu Ivo docldod to UJIII alit ntatxlmony but I e tt ltlm at a thanddl6walo tntHut In On Ule whol nranr1agos aro plat ant oaporienoos for tho pastor 0011 be eluded Dr Powell The itap grooiuor lJs btf ttinnit oxtands ovo- murttMy to tho minlytw inwlly pr- i1iw n earnhtgu anti arranges ever ing for his ooaveniunco J u a pretty good Umo at iw wAI sohmtntza TJust1IIof the Walmtslrroet Baptist chIn nays that avutn e marriage fee I IJOUlsv11l Is smaller than tn dha ex tl caw western clUes Dr Portw heldI a former pasWrnto In Oklahoma I and stator th- ody at In tho West o b marrycy young and evory boaru toJ money liberallY even comoo toO tooliDg the minister J sahlom toec1vo 18 than flee dol lass or moro than Wn lIB a marrla ge fee l Louisville uald Dr porter FittAm Is the largest fee I bane rec- elvod sltL a issuing tho tvtut wi1 ro 25 or Its equlvaltt t was not uncommon fee Woctan men are usually so ola- t fed winning a bride thug ono is a mood to gives the parson half of the old ranch or any little thing of vU aocvrabla wedding too do- klahoma the O parson 54Dr Porter recalled thJ story a the lawyer and the preacher who Rate indulging in a slight dlfY ItanteIInI of the flys thlr arork- mandud rom The lawyer claim d the proocbers wedding fart were too liberal for the ti4VJoo road Tito poster d clarl ho soldom rt calved enough to pay him for his time and troubl9 Wol1 said tit law Ill make you n fair oftar IU mayo tartm dollars for half of your nitwddlng tea sight urar an wbatev tar and Ill hot I want beats an- ls Ithing on It either i Tha proachJ Jgr + ad A few ttasI laar llC called on tho laWCT to come ud make geed hIs otftt ln jUlt ruceriud my first wdd1ng since our Uttlo dlscusston rdd Thu Iawr from + diat1Y wt to Iatrut PUP Wluch half wfU roe takoIsaid he IJreaclI t gsTho ROY FaUtr Raffo on of the i most popular Parish prlttits in louJa i IIWe says he ntartlat farms ortwen- s tfh trouplta a Ilr and usually ra o toter ii fur th c InonIII hate roccln1 nd high t1i I Father Ratta but that was to rover a spcd mass chub s rvIecu3a aril othr extra expua5es lu th eInothing at ell but 5 Is tnnsidar d uon us an offering rather Ulan a fan hsa 6tcalUilir anyone tr svn or the but man wh ofon 1Jr IbrraJlII that mUd fulctlvln nctua fly bthatJ 1 yet It usually d WIIIU thni durlug lha waddle fuypal Unarlaralbl lore a cornrr or off it Ipnt1I1Un3 coat room where and rlghtevus tlha is tornado vet to hint covaily and attic as Hachg SOOLsoral Lhyn accurdlug to all the con lOtH of all the IroLslanfcbu hJ turns Jt oxrr to his wife for the wlldlngIrightu as provotr through gtnoraLlcJl attar gon sutrandlTcfarTha Rev Harlan K lounD14 ttald- insot lnfrufuentl mlnl3t41s aro 0- barrat sad by the bridegroom askli What Is the tae for this aortic or What do It cast lorl1llls UIO cUvurlnlsLr Iola a tuIItal schtdulo 11- to what would be a fitting tea but hu ls unwilling to produw the tlgtr rug Whun the I1lIn1stLor la familiar wtth oOI1v1rolllUent of the bridal cou pia hu cosily uctlnwtu what would bt proor IIlocause a for should boor sumo ctrntmeusuraL size wLh local mndtUans This Is not true always MontLI anUcltatlons often rail below dwsomatintes uxctKd the fitting mark 1ariwnally Wu have no cotttplalnt to lodges against the many fair coupLos wlw have a kcal our aorvlcas As n rule the brldgtroom has Lean gar orou to t110 praachar Such a statuntunt al room far some alto when 1el1lVing the floor prondsed I will YIJ you atGn next Ia dayor Youll htnr 1from me later etc etc th expJrl anted 2111nlRte1 Bets Ilttlo valuuons u tortsimomieas Ho knows that such I3Y ntdays tardy comp 11a have softar oil very little with thosoPTOCl3JStI nators Occaslonally we catch n slimtae of ono WO haw no fool ng against hJmall stns forgiven long ago Indeed it is n ploasuro to add t he sanctions of religion t o true union of heaths and too or no foe t we aratvlllingta acme tttocouple yet thq bridegroom Is desirous Lora n th- liaslze his doUght feud satlsfllCJon wdJl rho occasion by doastdng n here Is no Ptdnc pie S our ethical makeup that rond1m1ns its tract ptlon whatever tho min lit I CryoCASTORIA OpBOUT FEDERAL LOUR One Man Served For Benchvery Judge Locke of Florida Has Given 38 Years to the OfficeH anThe oldest United States D Court Judge in the country ds Ju Jams W Locke of Jmcksonv FlorIda who sdrvcs the Sauthorn dls trJct of his rata Judge Locke wnyla ppointed in 1872 under the admix is traUan of Prtsldent Grant and partedbout of In poInt of sanJce Is Judgo Thomas J erJlorrls of the Maryland distrIct hoIn I was apxdrted do 18i9 under the ad imlnJstratIon of PrSld nt Haynes thThe oldest Judge in the Cntfed Judgedtha ut remaining members alllnby Proolchnt Linooln and reelv00 caryf that administration having 3nI before the formation of theI now states as the Judge In the t Western district of the old Ute of Vlrginll and aItr the admission of the Infant stMu ho was cunUJutod InI ornoo until he sounded out hIs for Uath and rutirtd in 1961 when hofdistrictthe of laving bJC1 dlvidud labs and Jut thetI orUtent district There are nlntto of the dls trlct judges and most of tho3 n srlng were named under ho mlnlstratlan of Presidents Clotula nd f M cKinley and RoodlIt Ther are but few of there now serving Mha wore apJolntd during the dC1do ba ttveen IS60 and 1690 there ling but six and a pocullar colncldr In Ut9 aiatttr Ja the fact that in Uto ntattrr Is the fca that t of the six eartc a souUtTn as follows Tomllnof A1a1i- tKowman and Stur who sntorthern and ton ll1J1 districts Georgia respcuUvuly Phillips of b sour bfaxlc of thJ westtrri illst oC Texas and lyoannan of Loulslana A Man Wants to Die Duly when a lazy liver and sluggIsh d03llOndenCY1Ipoisons from the system hr hOlle and courage cure all liv JmIsnonous and ailing 2c at nil drug ists 111 Kentucky Library Commission rGhsTha lCentucky Library CommIssion tome lute exLtitenco by act of the 1 lsutures of 1910 This stet pravt for rite appoIntment of five month SIs by the governor and fin auiproiurlafor lion fur Ua uiulnhnancs and su1lahThe onunlralon thus monists or the following nmomb areIs bliss Fauain e Rowson oulsvl llolose and bliss biay Stone HIndman both allllOlutI for a term of four yen Mr Frank K Kavanaugh frank tort thrtO sacs Mrs Guorso AIQxandel- Elourl1a Paducah two arts andI WJJJI1m D Doherty bi D LouIs t111e ono year IlerettfttT one member null bo appolnttd each ytarSa term or four years m bers servo without companatUon xecutive officer of tho commission being the secretary Upon call of the goornol the com mfsalmt held its first mooLing In July and bites Fannie C Rawson waseltlot ud chairman At a subsequent moot- Ing bites ILlwson was elected sot r tary her oltctJlon to take effoot when she ahaU have slCured the tra1nlng In modern library methods 11Julrpd by rho library law Miss JuUa A RobInson was elected to servo AS ac- I ring atcntmry until Miss Rawson Is toady to Liken the work At that Umo another member bvill hi esp feinted to fill Miss Rawrons UU1Xlllr od rotor on the commlsslonT- J1Q pUrlOS3 of the comttdaadon Is to Promote the library interests of he State by increasIng tho usotulnosa- of llbrnilis already In existence by he establishment of new onS in com munlt1Los whore none exist and byend e LnatUwnanca and oxuaticot of n- wJdely circulating tmvellng lIbrary SatcDltrenoh1ng nil parts of tiro tate fhoro needed Tho acivltlos or Ul0 commission od for the present therefore will e- In onsist assistance and advice intd10 man agomentof existing Ubtrtria and In the establishment of nuw ones nnd- In tM oparat1c1n of trnrOlIrg Hbmrlos both in tlxad groups and form an en shelf collection tor the USo of I schools odd study clubs ToO lcromoto the beat dCldonay of UbttatyTwhhing tD establish llbrarles by giving advice and assistance In arousing malnysuItable buildIng plans and turnigtra EstImAtes for equipment and spa clflcatlons for furniture and shelving will be supplied and material 1tt the form of photographs and Ilua Imlnts- lUUBtratlng tJiese thIngs will be collected and kept la the armnieslejn of ee fer the use of library and hoards elp will also be gIven to the or ganlzaLion and administration Qr the organlIstrtcttgzer will be sent to mid in this york llcTo liht5trles already astablfshed Wo commission will give advice and help book seioctlon and purchase with suggosUons or securing the bost lasbook lists will aid in rclJrel1Co work and In aU tho details of library equip mfmt and management The commls sloe will also seder Jlbrary boards securIng the services of conmpcmbrmt Ubrsrfans whne rcqu tclto rho so The traveling libraries whlch have for a number of years boon mlantAln I ed by the womens clubs in the mountaIns of Kentucky will bi iho- icd rougW roorganJtI1 and tarot d over to i the commission new libraries will be i Uio aim of the comml lon not only lto ecndnua the supply of travaUug lIbraries In the mountains where they cave been received wIth so much ap IflnClaUcn and rind with so much Interest but also to circulate thorn throughout the state among Utos who are without library IacIllUus Ths traveling libraries will con rsier of fixed groups or fifty er more will sckoctcd books for general ridh I teand study for adults you proptaan- dg children They will be s curoq pack td in wooden boxes whJch nay servo us a bookcase during the circulation I of the library They will ba sent IWfree of charge except the WEt of aItranslwrtatton and under such con dlUans and ruts us shlll protect Itllo Int1rSts of the stto and hest increase the efficiency of the 6nice In addition to the fLred groups of abovenwillachOrkhborrowedctclubsma 00fas andclor codltions as will render the collection moot useful toO nil conoTntd WoImans clubs of the State aro es poclaliy solicited to write the commis I won office In regard to assstanca on club programs IgHtfJuiSts for information arlvlceor- er I travelingI I dunce relating to library work should be nddrr sLod W tile Library Commls KenIHusbanddaypatient even with a naggIng wife he Knows silo herds help She be so nervous and rundown to- ealth that trifles annoy her It she melancholy excitable troubled wit of appetite headache sleepless noss constipation or faInting and radizzy spoils she needs Electric BIt II lets the most wonderful remedy for ailing women Thousands or suffer II ers from female troubles nervous troubles backache and weak kidneys II 1havo used them and becomes healthy happy Try them Only 50c Satisfaction guaranteed by all drug DIIor 1COOL SPRINGS TO LATE FOR LAST WEEK rev 161I00Ilb Is very good In s this communIty Mr and Mrs Duddlo Shultz and son blurlln of Butler county WaS UlQ guest of btr Johnnlo Knight p Saturday night and Sunday Ruv Shields filled hIs regular all polntment here Saturday evening anti Sunday Mrs Luther Rains anti lIss Ive Benson visited at Render Minus last weep Mr Janice Shaver La no bettor at this writing Miss Mablo Rains of Reader Is the gucstof her uncle Mr LuthurlLtlns Miss Wlnnlo Wilson and brothtT Robert WAS the guest of bliss Pearl DavcnJOrt of Wwx Saturday night Sunday Miss btaudlo Jl1rna11111 of PronUs v visited bit Marion 1Vhalln Saturday Mr Stanford Dunn and his tylster bits Growhargor of btclanry visit btr Joe Fultons last week fir Jim Growlarger and family of RockOrt visited frIends and rolatlvC9 hero Saturday night and Stmdty bits Joe Wilson and Mrs Nosh GeorgiFlt I c yc r LET US PRINT YOUR CARDS i NOTE HEADS k ENVELOPES POST CARDS BILL HEADS BLOTTERS LETTER HEADS PROGRAMS STATEMENT HEADS SHIPPING TAGS CIRCULARS LABELS BOOKLETS STOCK FORMS ORDER BLANKS CATALOGUES MORTGAGE BLANKS DEED BLANKS Superior Quality Prices Reasonable Let Us Submit Estimate on Your Next Work I An Work Guaranteed THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN Phone Nc Z Hartford Ky 4 T if t SEND YOUR BOY TO Matheny Batts t Vanderbilt Training t School i ELKTON = KENTUCKY fA limited select school Col legs trained teachers Students i from more than towns T J rtII 000 Electric LightsSteam Heat+ Hot and Cold Baths Moral SurE roundlngs excellent No saloons A tt Extremely healthful location 3 000 spent on improvements this I summer We take boys from 12 years ot tage up carefullytrainedhim while he is sz The nineteenth year of tl1e1school opeiks Sept 7 write for illustrated Catalogue if Address AU Communications to MATHENY BATTS If Prin i i1 4 44 iftfttlJ I Sy 1 yw- y i j INTERESTING LETTER 1fROM MISS WEDDING IIJ Spending the Winter in Calf 1 fornia and Thinks it a Fine State tf Tho following letter from Miss Daisy Wedding daughter or Judge Wedding ot this city to her brother lIon R R 11eddingof Terra Haute Ipd will be round qu1tc lnterotfug- hiss Nodding Is spending the vln- ter with her glandllloUltr ot Lirdsay California Dmr Dr04Jler1 forgot w niertion- naythng In my letter about wrll1nl a little to you concerning California Im11Ito you nearly everyone who conies here snlI It looks too barren for a land or fruit aud flow rs but when you drive out through the country and see tho brauWful orange rovs lomon grows grape Vim Yfards and poJ1JgrlnLto orchards you arc soo raChmtod that you dont no Ueo thu abscnoo or IContucky blew gross Anything that you put in the ground can be grown by lrrigution I took n drive with some friends from hero to 1ortorsvllle last Sun day wo saw ttonb or tli0 most beautiful lwnus tmaglnabletlieI- awna looked more batuUful hero than anywhere because they only hive grass where there Is plenty or water used The houses are nearly all built bungalow style with beautiful palm and orange trees In Ul0 yard While driving we made a notl I of the different kind ot trtwl we hall fIsoon os wo were all just from tile East We saw lemon pomgraniW orange poach olive almond fig pep per tree umbrella different kinds of- laims cnniphsr trees and eucalyptus noUe1ttJhur and there W or l IClI l Jng class of peopegood carpenters rom from Uto 5 pr day There Is II much work and so many different kJllds of work in this town which 1s a little larger than Hartford There flQ UlrWII1 pocking houses hors hero have to be people to work on the orange ronchoo to gather the oranges to make boxes for shl11P1ngI and to pack tholuhundrOOs or car loods of oranges ore sblppod from lloh of these packing houses every ysckSOf There are no thunder storms hero and It gut so warm dming the summer months that a person can hardly stand it At that time most everyone goes to trio coast where ho l can get too great ocean buxLeze I Lindsay Is oDlnr enough to the I COn that nearly everyone ron go I think tho beauty of California lies I la the tact that people dont have to toil hard all sumtues and then spend all they yarn for clothing and food in the winter They can make about three crops a year here this Is in Tutnre county In the Lmrt or the orange belt While se wore In S Angeles we would often go over to Long Beach and San Pedro one La a beautiful emnmor resort anti bathing bench while the other Se a rapidly growing barber At Long Meech we would walk out on the pier and watch toys fish for meeker The mnckoml- tnwo1 1aschoala and you could SJ tl1UIl just ben ith the water EO thick that you could hardly drop a steno Into the water without hitting them The boys were fishing with hooks and catch as many ns five and IelOl1si Uhoy have ccoll nt schools hero In i all tho Rtto dawns I j ave vlslWd the school bttUdingei were U10 most IIJmutlful and mod exponstvebuJldings In the town and that moans that they are mijn4rlcoDt Tito HIgh School that I am attending Is Just ot the foot ot the mountain They toll nlO that during the wtntcr months you ron too the snow on ttoso peaka- fartthrst from town Just as waoould- eot it on the Tohachipi mountains ns we carne from Lose Angels but a Jilonths ago It SOOI1l9 to mo that the pupils aro morn thorough ill tl1clr work ho than any school I lIaoI cone to fromtu1 buy a oortnln nunhber of times of land hero for a mush and iBlse are kind or fruit and make tnorgthani- a poison culUvntlng twlco o land back in Washington If I tkeCauCor aBI1 rJhkU Is- s peat p give rue old r lanythtnsterpre la beaud4fULfbeN bpn talc- 4aery the OOfiertJa grand tame in tt k iiI8 tbe lY 1 Cured NeuralgiaPain take pMas that I had n neuralgia pain in my arm for he years and I used your Liniment for one weekand was completely yourLiniment J MCGM 1216 Mandeville- St New Orleans La Cured Quinsy Sore Throat MR HENRY L CAULtC of WilmingtonDel tle of Sloans Liniment for the quinsy sore throat and it cured me I shall keep a bottle in the ho- useSLOANS LINIMENT gives instant relief from rheu matJsm Jumba- gOsciaticancu ralgia croup sore throat ton silitlS hoarsc ne5s and chest pains Prlces25c50c 100 flloanII took on horsed cattle sheepROIL poultry cut free Dr Earl S Sloan Boston Mall U S A I ure i- nLwriting AiriO 1 most beautiful city I have ever soon I ron smdlng you some Post Cards Uwugh not extra good ones 1 remain Your loving IstrDAISY WEDDING Catarrh Cannot Be Cured with LOCAL APPLICATIONS as they cannot reneh the teat or the disease Cutarrh Is a blood or con sUtuUolld disease and In order to euro It you must take internal romp dies Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally and acts directly on tthe blood tied mucous surfaces Halls Catarrh Cure Jt not a quack modlclne- It was proscribed by one or the best physicians lu this country for years and is n regular prescription It Is composed or the best tonics known combined with the best blood huh tiers acting dlreotAy on the mucous surfaces The perfect combination or the two Ingredients Is what produces such wondorlnl results in curing Catarrh Send tor tMIJnonlals free F J CHEN Y k CO Props Toledo Ohio SOW by Druggists price 75c Tuke flails Family Pills for con IIUpatklon Bird Hunters Shot Farmer The Owensboro Messangee says JohnJarvott was slat and seriously wounded Friday morning by sonic unknown bird hunfatra while prupar lug a small plant bed on the lama of Mrs Mamlo Vanover svolul ndks- wtwt or Panther Julrott was work lug In n tzuaU clump or tres win- a couplo of men tune over I slight riflo and fired at some birds The shot tool Ilroot In Jarrotts left side knocking him down When ho ruh1zed hohnd ban shot ho called for help and thu mull svho- had not seen him before they fir qtt UiirIid rand rlUi away TJ10 wounded man wlllod to his home on the rarm Bull summouOd a pbtJcLan who exlrooted the shot His wounds are not mnslderud rlan- gerius although taoy are serious and ho win bo confined to hIs room for MTcrnl days This Is the stacond accidental shoot Ing that has been rtxorttd In Da Vless county during the prolllllng bIrd season Conductor OuernsayofI- aoulsi h1e thayJlu been the first In- Jured whit the was Itlat in tn6 left 01eb1 young Mttliphy Ll Roods Station Third Strawberry Crop Danville Ky NoT ILFrank Turner who timIdeoAala lora bag gath erect Oho lh1rd itkyitrbertiry crop tram li 1fea that peat faa iL and had not th treeilngltro come so- tiarJ the fOurth ewwould hyao been ploted Chllilrsn Cr- FORR y 1 ETCMES C YSfT Rt Au 4w w A MANS YEARS ARE NOT HIS AGE Many Are Older After Forty Years of Life Than Others are at Seventy or SeventySix Sir James CrIchton Bmwue Is on record as having said UQ ores every man and woman 100 yars It Is thlr buslncls to fay that th y collect the debt The riCont dCJIths- or Flornnco Nlghtrgalc and Julia Ward Howt at ninety aid ninetyony- ycus of age respectively are examples of sweet wholesome lives full ot good works and loving thoughts and illusLiate the truth that life Is intended to bo long when that life helps and benoffs others History Is run or similar instances of the beauty of a long lifo exam pllfied In the closnlg yearn Many mon have shown the bust rroult or their life work after UBY have pnsscll- lho halt century milestone Tolstol Is mentally ncUo at oighty two and Gen BcoIh Is bard at work ot eightyon with all the ontilIl ISm of Ills faith In the grditt work to which he has devoted his me Lord Stmtheona at the age of ninety Is In his omeo daily giving diligent attention to lug affairs and attends as a rule sovural sexdnl functions u week The Duke of Wo111ngton held a cabinet posItion ot the ago of seventyseven and Victor lingo when ho died nt oclghtyUlrCX was working on a tragedy with all the tdnergy or a young iman- WlI11am DOJrorgart was sixtyfive before ho took up tile entirely neW work or writing novels In which j lie has made such a remarkable sue s William g Gladstone stated that it he had died at seventy fully onehalf or his lifes work would have retnainod undone and Sir Frederick Young ot ninetythree Js still l1u- I voting Ills energies to national matters Benjamin Jrnnkllll became the first American Ambassador to France when ho was suyutolli and remained In twat office until hiu was- seventy nllle years or age- Thu latter yttrs of n mans life I are often the ycm or golden frultIo and harvest and the tn that lIwl work Is only for tie early yers Is a delusion that It not wan iiited by the facts In this thought all should take courage and endeavor to keep on produeihl wldlu life and energy arc prolonged IrresIetlvo or fury fate oils Ideas that the later years should bo siuply devoted to indolcnco mill nonproductive ease IIA Regular Tom Boy was Susleclimbing treys and fences jumping dUchos wliltling nlway getting scratches cuts sprains bruises bumps burns or scalds Hut laws Her mother just applied lJucltlells Arnica Salve and cured her quick Beals every tiling healableBoils ut- ClM Eczeua Old Sores turns or Piles Try it 25c ut all druggists m Highland soppy Dy James Harrison Fads TJlo lllcUon or the farmer never roaches higher than he climbs A mans thoughts may rack to the stars wldlu ho rtlmahls In n nUIlI hole Because n woman has eaptivatedt- lho Populace Is 20 proff that sIll Ls an angel Sonio Ulan will SWrl1 to the lilghwt Irlondshlp Oln to tha end than stab you n Uiq drtli- t Many tloplo are your belt frt I ends for further comddaraUon I In the business world today lI1 endsblp Is ntuasured according to Its oath value Many love affairs arc eoueen rat oll1 n bank nccounts- It may ho a oontmct of Boner but either party will break tiro honor in order to make a dollar ont the contract ISOllie marriage may be affairs or but ninny or teeny have pocketbooks hanging to them MutJi is said of mothers love because she hangs on and little or the fathers love blocllal4J hu furnish es the means Patem should bogln In the iio It will rwch out and co land but patrIotism that begins In the army neVer returns home Selflive takes hold on n mans whole beIng and if indulged will- destroy all good will toward OU1 ers The proverlml snnko to tho gross has turned to a serpent In every dayUfe If men would turn from the effect to the oawe thgy wnuld more clearly see how to correct many bulls U you would otcr hluro listenIng cars add closed llpy this world t o e- r 4 would bo much better AU open mouths must hubh rssponslvt- ohords or they will clc60- Whon a friend 7 toIls you something your uiglibor said you will do well to go and hear the otllOl side n Is Wl to be skillful expert but not at lying or nunlfng Whon politics are at theIr worst than is tll t time for the honest voters to strike tiler hardest blown Thoro Is inure truth In jokos than Its generally supposed Manny use playful dlscoursu to hide their san casm TlJro Ire many persons who lank on their names before the public that Would rot do much banking brought out from bellied the publak This nlay tJt an enlightened age but were all tie closets cleaned out nil under cover revealed and all the burled relics or charaotrr resurrected tho ago would bo doubly enUgbtstnd Lion Fondles a Child In Plttsburg a savage lion fondled the hand that a child thrust Into his cage Danger to a child is sonic times great when least regarded Often It comes through Colds Croup and Whoop1ng Cough They slay thousands that Dr Kings Now Discovery could MO saved A few doses cured our baby or a very bad case or Croup writes Mrs George D Davis or Flat Rock N C Wo always glvu It to hint when ho takes cold Its a wonderful medicine far babies I Best for Coughs Colds laGrJilIJl Asthma llnmorhgaes Weak Lungs 50c 100 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by all druggists m Run of Misfortune Georgetown Ky Nov 14llsElla lchC Is truly beset with misfortune lien troubles date back to the death of her husband several years ago who just before his loath had to pay out 50000 on several notes upon which hol had gone security IirI- mndsulllu home tutu of flu most Ja- Intlal lu tIlL county was next dst- royetl by fire About n month UO her two sisters Mrs Susn Smith and Miss Patti Moore fled leaving thInelclS or Mr Smith Today the climax was rtxuhtd whim while walking through it street biting reemnltructd Mrs MrUcu fell and IIr cog was broken Ull ticeoutt or her vxtreinag crlLIINewspaper Man Candidate Starling la Marshal newspaper man farmer and wellknown eltdzn gmwr ally or lfendurson Ky shied lILt cas tor Into the political arna lie will make the race for the state senate front that district whldl Includes till counties or Union and Ileuderon The report bus been current for tPVI oral days and It has bean confinied- by Mr Marshal lie said tliut lie was not ready yet to nnnouuco formally and that he luld not outline 1 his plat torn but that hI would get around to all or the details later lie lied merely made up hIs mllId to become a candidate for the state senate end ho laud too assurance of a nunbor- of friends that they mould support him for tic losltlon iFor Sale Real Estate I ro Acres of the finest hough river bottom laud located three mills west of llrlrtCord About 20 acres in cult1- vaUolI Good dwelling and out build lugs A bargain for 1250 Wo have 4GO acres or fine tottnm land from ono and a half to two miles or JIaltrorll pert of It with thubt Also about 75 acres of upland oolonglng to the make tract Terns easy 180 Acres of land two miles south of Roselle on a free delivery route out of Beaver Dam 30 acres bottom land about 20 acres Umber land and the rest of it fairly good upland Five room frame two story house two burns and good tenant house Spl4n did orchard never falling well In yard and horse lot and spring in easy reach of the house In good repair Must be sold and will be sold at I bargain A now one and onohalt story frame building with five rooms and largo reepteon hall built out of the best selected material Situated on Clay and Fredrloo streets Hartford Ky Lot GOx205 feet Fine well of sort water AU necessary out buildings Terfna reasonable Apply to DARNE1r FOSTER lIrUoril Ky 4 1 CASTORIA For and The Kind Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature of In- Use For Over Thirty Year- sCASTORIA ClHTA COMPANY Iran e WARTERssA RIDER AGENTINEACNIOWN Ample latest Modtl Ranr bicycle famished by U Our agents everywhere are- n aknc money lfiiteorNIiAlrlirioarradtrrolojGr al ext- rii SitNEY your bicycle wuhi- to anyone anywhere in the U C ceit4o1 a 111 Mi in dnc Jrnpdt TEN UtN pitbE Tit IAI din which time OU ndethe bicycle put it to any test you wish II ymi are then not tedectly aatiSci or do not wish t1- y keep lie IcicIeship itback tousat narexpense t 6 t n ant FACTORY PCICES we lumh the highest it is possible to malt at one 1 null profit aMe ac nil taonry eI You save fie- to lac middlemens t Ly buying del of us and Lase the manufacturers guar afire ehinol our bcycle DOtiorltttabtncieorapairottirefrom anyr Jactrryprivetwhin you renre our beautdhd aukeue ens andnjrlMupntwecanmakethan other factor ware satistedwuh lr x profit aMve factory rs- rIUeLt IaLAEls you In rtluur bieyaltr under yuur own uane plate al I c1oubleour pricer Urde Iolle l the day UlcvULES 11e do not regularly bandte tlonc1 hand btcreler but usually have a numbet on hand taken In trade hs our ChICago read 1m Ihete we drat uw prompt y at plce rmlilli fmm tsla 10 KIr tree rollnryi jtlmantad IlIthIlIHrt liiptiw dip rin uuCASTERBRAKESeruipment 1 tM ua wt t praxr HEDGETIIORN PUNCTUREPROOF JI o 0 850 G TIRESTOINTRDOUCEe0NLT The rreufare1l poitolllrtvtirttft- lttteperpairbullabrbsh a aedills- ellouatanapkpairlarfthlikashuilkoufrlt b NO MORETROUBLE FROM PUNCTURES j r NlIS Tack or Olas will hot let the nlr out Slxt thousand pair old last year useIr durnbleandlinelin4dewuh Infants Children You THe VCtYCwy fart and and graderbuocies any rrcere- dSECONILINIl to IJ w rary a sxdalnquahty o nnbLcr which ueeer 1KCames 01inlIiJpouceOrlwlcelnawholesearonII puncture tiro will outlast any otherof the 1111radItIertllnlpupose are mnkhljaplCal factory prIce toI lute rider of only Softer pair All orders shipped eame day letter iv teceived We ship C O IL on approval You do not pay a cent until you have examined anti found them strictly RO represented We will allow a malt dioountof S cent thereIJ mRklng the price F455perpair If you send IVII VASil WITII OiDOIi and enclose this advertisement You nlll no risk ht- seutlhl us an order as the tires my be returned At OUIL expense tf for any reAon Ihe ne not sallsfaelory on examlDllllon we ore perfectly reliable and money sent to sl aSlI8feu In a bank you order a pair of these tires you find that they will ride ulr rum 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 pirated that when you want a bicycle you will give us your order We want ou to send us a trial order at once hence this remarkable tire offer ofIFthe special Introductory price quoted above or write for our big Tire and Sundry Catalogue which nd all makes and kInds of tires at about half the usual prices DO NOT blCc1ePHI iiarM ADJtiit apuslttltolearn COMPANY eveglhing wrC iCAGO ILL I JI Vu1 QmIJf DY PURCH SmG trli W qJ PIonE OF OuR j I I FULL aaltllSf li COURSE SCHOLARSHIPS far only 5 The regular price is loo Those who hiring or mail this advertisement to us within jive days after seen it and telling lh where they saw it will lie able to have one rcerved at the low rate of Bonks and shtit new arc included No time limit If not ready ft V now buy one for pturc use r1 BUSINESS COTaTi1GB UtCII IOUSP Second and W4lnut trattia LOJISVILLE KY t II i a w t 5 Hartford K epybiicane Entered recording to law et the loetoala- srttord fraa mall matter of the second starC BARNETT and Proprlno J NEY FOSTER rMEdtorl Address aU communications to The Hartford Republican TTi + =P2L027if- lrobrlar d MM MM 40 ch a r 2 FRIDAY NOVEMBER 26 Will there bo any Domocratlc Insurgents il the next Iiousa of Uopr sontntivtstIt M uttch n5 Kentucky can do to sand ono governor IIt It time much Ions thirty or fcrty whitiroThat rooster Herald ac nowlcdgce It had somo difficult in rcurrocUng Is too far behind Uw times to stay Lol atwrsontl l of the opln llroI1iprohibitionist Dl11l01eraey will loom btttJr when supper time demos The roads of Ohio County arc still being placed in first class condition and this time next yxstr everybody wit be lmppy and In love with the new j 6 tcm We suggestthatLOulSdllehw Ing been refused n census recount by the authorities of Washington bring the mntttcr before th Law and Order League of that citY More than 1200 Republicans failed to vote In the election In Ohio Coun lY November Sth This W no IJIJnI that they will not vote next however Our Wntocratlc friends may stick a pin here It was not unpopularity of time trIed Republican principles which caused defeat at the recent olectlo- nIt was rather turnIng away from them who should have stood firm Time will provo this to bi true Is this the SoutTrImblo who Is mentlond for Clerk of the next House of Representatives the same South Trlmhle who once wroto I letter to ono Den Marshal advising him not to scfvo on the election eommlS lon far Franklin County Governorelect Foss ollassichu- ertts has developed into a first class boss In going so far WI to de- nUU1d of Senator Lodge then he vier cllno to bo I candidate for relrction- ho has gone further than wn IX president ltoosevelt or lid in IU recting men and affairs Senator ofMssotui hu mad a suggestion which ought to appeal to the Republican Insurgorta u pro poses that they unit with the Democrats In controllng the United SUttes Senate Wo sue no rnson why they should not They are In perfeet accord with all Democracy strands for The ono truth taught by the late- election which It would bu fatal for the Democrats Ignore Is that It was not so much a Democratic victory as a rebuke for the Republicans Louisville TlmfS However the Hart ford IJerahl thinks it was n sure enough Democratic victory Though the Tunics Is doubtless n better judge Jt Is nowclaimed many Donor cratlc papers that the cry against Cannonisnr was merely indulgal In by the Insurgtrts to make themselves s011d with their Constituents and that their WitS really not much In it The same papersdo lOot think Speaker Clark should be shown of hie lawyer So Ufa Insurgents may ho soon crying Iowa WjUl Clarkwl1 That cartoon r nUYpublished In the loulsvlllo Tines roprulenUng n voter firing a double barrel shotgun In the air on the 8th Inst bringing down n whole flock of cattle hogs and ship Is raspoctfuny commend ed to the farmers of tho country This is actually what will htlppen if Democracy Is placed in full power Thlngswlll como down with a tumbl sad the farmer will be the most mu tuJatedQf all Foints to Protection Not to Fre Trade The good prices rccclvlll for farm products3 In taw United StnfS are cl W8S an argument jn favor of Fre Trade m Canada Is thlsloglcalT I the United States had nor Irotect- to n industry Jt s quite Improbable that the great centers of Industry jD which the farm pro it arabought geld have been caned Thu pro therefore would tbe good- Again Jtther Were sfl PratsctIon to qrlcultnre In the UDStad States the demand tor farm products might be I largelY met from abroad We cer tainly could lnaoaBe the supply In- that case the price would go down If ho price paid for produce by our neighbors points In any direction Jt Is to Itrotcclon and not to FroeTrad- eJfula110kia StaVe Journal I Chatrp Clarks Tariff Program Weshington Post Taking no ncoount of the now leadership Mr Champ Clark to go In at oBs and commit Democracy to Tariff for revenuo only That bar- Ing the American definition of Free Trade the ltopublicans soon will hava a chanpo to drown their troubles InI laughter The late unpleasantness will be as a tJdohow oomllnrod with the Democratic shindy Any fears Republicans may have ps to 1912 Will ya1lsh immediately Mr Clarle Intro I cures the bllt he has Iq lJtcmpJat1on The I1lvllcd fi1I1l1U can ranl Wm I clse with a snap and a1r ClArk will I havo done what the peacemakers foun I IIEastornon Baldwin and EugQn Fws Could any of thom have bean elected last Tuesdayon a FreeTrade platform oi nor can the result In Ussourlj Mr Clarks own State be to anything rsembiind nn Intlorsr Tariff doerUne o advo rllIibut ho cannot avow that a majority o the voters or the State want low t Tariff Mr Clark failed to kep thuI Southern DernocratS solidly in 1 In his assaults on tho PayneAldrichh bill and Tariff for i daIAnd whlll Tariff for revenue only was striking lIB many snags In on gress lIB a steamboat on the Missouri River the Republican counter proposition Would be carried along on the resistless current of solid Republican and insurgent Democratic totes All parties are calling for Tariff revision but by what process of reason tog dOES Mr Clark como to the conI elusion that we should go back to the law of IS33 for a stnrting point At that early period our products were practically wholly agricultural and the Tariff law that was 011111J cable to conditions then prevailing I could but lnadcgnatnly fill the bill i now The problem Is n hundred times more complex today than In 1833 and Is inc astngly so Besides the Aiding scale Tariff for such it was did not prove W bl a cureall for i Tariff evils find was discarded I Should the tariff rLlormos In place of digging up things long ago found to bo unworkable look ahead and frame u Tariff with n view to i meeting conditions which are certain w rise In the near future theiri efforts would bring mom satisfying I results both to people and party How ever if Mr Clark Is bunt on a poll cy that inn have no other r emlttltan I Democratic disruption Mil Republican solidarity the beneficiaries nlld not solicitously advise him in respect tu his choice of a putardIImportant Tobacco Dedl Closed i The Finance Committee of the A S of E met In Hartford ru sdayr and closed n dual with the AmerJcanI Tobacco Company for a I half million pounds of the HartfOrd pooled tobacco The prices or the leaf and lugs ruts from I to 6 For the trash 3 The delivery will begin at Hartford on DOCCOlbor 1 Mr Thomas Tanner will bo tile grader there for the A S of E people and I air Turner Burns or Owrnsborow- 111 i ho the receiver for Uw tobacco j conlUI The Finance Committee now tins n prospectIvo buyer for the Crom- welli pool and hope to make a deal- soon Should the committee fall to make a deal the poolers for Cromwell have the prlvilcgo of dellvur lag at Hartford Rochster Morgan- town or any other point oeculled by the American Tobacco Co Talk of MoVing the Shops It is rumored that the shops or thQ Louisville Henderson and St Louis railway nretDbo moved from Clot erport to Irvington the latter point being the junction of the main linn and the Ivrdn tAn branch Several thousand people assomb led at Irvingtm1 WOOnosday to oopres eat at the public auction solo of 128 lots at that place by Mtasra Moor t3oled the auetloneem rs Payne of Owensboro and rho well known auctioneer lglaheartof E11rra buthtown The sale gvis made Inter esting by the giving away of a lot and tD dish pries and music iWhieh was furnished by a bandl Six ncr or the tract wore not Oldandn Is said that the ulsv- lUo Huaderwat and St LouIs Railway oompany Js aegttatf ng tor this tract with a view b removing ita shops at PJoerlDltnr Own IaIUlrer ate BIG DOINhSBY MODERN WOODMEN Class Adoption of 1000 Will Be Followed by BanquetPromI inept Washington Post The Modern Woodmen of America have completed arrangements for their big 1000 class adoption and ban quetto bQ held November 29 turd 30 at Louisville The 1000 members will be adopted at the Scottish 111W Cathedral November 29 and thq bnnquQ will be held the following night No vombor 30 at The SooJbach In that city The entire dining room space has been engaged for this Occasion TlI1J 19 exlrccWd tQbE Gho largo aerhal banque t that wAs eVer held In Louisville This class adoption Is ondDlstrlctIthe various camps In the city Road Consul A R Talbot of Lincoln 1eb- Vol J Bryans law partner will bu present and will speak nt the Scottish Rite Cathedral to Ute members Ion November 29 at 746 Also 1Iroc tor J A Rutledge of Elgin Ill will 13 present Thu following officers have elected by We General bonI Ivasido I1t tiro 1000 class Consul Samuel W Greene Falls City Camp Past Counsul Dr E 0- 11lthcrslwon Louisville Camp Advl Sam G Taro Young Camp Dan er Wm A Ilowhs Portland Camp Watchman II11 LochLr PostoWc Camp and Sentry F J Ilumber- tPostoffice The following members have been selected to take the different parts in the initiation Youth Louis heck Young Camp Death E It Powell- Portland The degree word will be I exemplified by Portland Camps crack degree iron IThe General Conmrlttee has sole t following speaker for tI1 banquet Mayor W O JIlallP Portland Camp RoImaster Col Bennett ii Young Young Camp Samuel S Blitz Golden Gate Camp Postmaster Robert E Woods Postoffice Camp Bead Consul A R Talbot of Lincoln and Dlr J A Rutlooge Nob ctorI IREV W M WOOD was seeded by n largo crowd Monday night his first service In the revival He has many friends In Hartford who are glad to have him work with us In a meeting again Every one In lartord should be glad or the opportunity to bflr the able sermons which he Is now de Ilvering at the Baptist church Services etCh day at 10 a III and 7 p m 1Pastor llruner will lureaclt at Concord Saturday at 11 oclock and Sun day nt 230 oclock Cupid Hits Printer Girl At Ifardlnsburg last Monday at St Romnulds Rectory Miss Zo Matting ly or that city and Mr Z M lAW roJnco of Owensboro were united In Marriage Miss Mattingly for three years wa a valued em ployo of rho Fourth District Lead or office nt Hardlnsburg and has many friends in that little city Mr noel Mrs Lawrenoo have gone to OwenslJoro where they will go to housekeeping rho fist of Uxenuber The Republican joins their many friends la best wishes Lives Tinge of Romance Berger Powers and teepee Wise three men wroo 6UcCo ot the polls at tho last eiectlorrand riot lives have a liege of the romantic Ilerget lugs long bleep admired for Its work in hWwukaee lie represents hIgh idtals and ljrnctdcal methods He goes to CU1gress CUJ the m rat Soclal1st1n that body Caleb Powers unbitl9n concLvoo- wbUe holayin jail on ho ChgeM murdering Vllllam GOebel of KQn tacky was txarlized wilco he was epos rot to CongreaaIn the nth le lDr m ooooooJQaksand TailoredSuits f ill II ii I I n Congressional District of Kentucky by 7000 and 8000 Governorelect Hooper of Tennes see had a boyhood or great hardship lie was cstrly left an orphan and had to struggle the best he could to get an education Forty years ago when ho was a waif on the streets or Knoxville ho one day attracted the attention of ewt Cihero ri3W port Tenn He xas given nn oppor tunity to prove his worth nad before ho was twentyone years old hu WM graduated with honors from law school a p AdTalk What would you think ot a sales man who reported for duty one lay lay off for two Worked n halt day wont off for a week and so on with out any regularity Surely you woul no expect good service frmn such a man And yet dome merchants hold advertising which Is simply a sales than up to groat results when It allowed to work very IrrgUlary The cat that advertising dust s money Is proof or Its value Thin without cost are usually worth Pnl y the ir price For Sale Good nine room two story dwellln g In Centertown Ky has good cis tern good cellar never failing Well ot water good stable and other outbuildings one acre lot of ground A- Jplondld location for family tcsldcnc and hotel prlco and terms reason able Apply to BARNETT FOSTER Agents BEAVER DAM Nov 23 Roy A n Gardner fill ed his regular nppolntment there Saturday and Sunday Miss Uzzlo Hughes and Mr J R Murray were united In marriage lag 1VcdncsdaynightT of Mr and lire Claude Chick Is very J1I of dlplrUlc- ria Mr and Mrs Luther Collins hay moved from here to Taylor lIHne Wlhuro they will reside tn the fu ture Mr Jim Vo11er of Taylor Min was laid to rat do the Sunny Sid cemetery hero last Thursday Mr and Mrs Hub Myers have may ed from hero to Render where the will rdslde in the future Quite a number from v been attending the moottu on for Wo pasttwo woes Mr Clayton Rlwatls of Elmwoo visited his rather and mother her Saturday add Sunday Mr M W hell ot MatanzllS wain dawn today on business Mrs Nancy J Stewart of Mellon ry was the guest of burs Loa Barn Saturday and Sunday Rev A B Gardnez wnnt to River olond7 tor begin a Prot edmtrotlagt Mrs Roy Tldtenor vialtol her all tr Mra cLJllfers bit+ Rend Monday i l 1 Our Cloak and rn Suit Department Never has been so Busy as this Season Better and kBetterAlways get the Business and we want to Show YouI1f Our Misses and- Childrens m Cloaks trWillset and any Size and most any Price can be found among our Collection I Btly Yoilr Yhanksgiuiug Optfit Here r store Closed on ZhankEglvtg Day k DamPB SCHOOLHOUSE h ICOOPER Ire very busy gathering corn nt this writing School is progressing nicely atihis place with Mire Mary lambert flS teacherMr Den Antos and wife of near Cromwell wore the guest or Mr and- Mrs C M Stevens SundllYZMr C M Taylor or Mt Pleasant tnclghborhoodI Sunday the guest or Mfrs Olive Gort donMiss Tassle Taylor spent Saturday night and Sunday with Gertle ttovens Tho SocIal given by Mr and lIrac E S Howard Saturday night Was quite a success nil who were present report a wee timeIMr C P Hodges of Jltarer Dam I was In this community Sunday Genie Stevens returned home Saturday after a few months visit with her brother Charlie Stevens of Dow Ior Dam 1 Miss Mary Lambert spent Sunday afternoon with Miss Audra Taylor gslair E S Howard of this place was called to the bedside of his I sister of South Carrollton Sunday who Is said to bo rery low or lmef I mania Mr Charlie Stevens and wife of Bea J ver Dam visited his parents Mr and t- Ii I i WILL YOU- JOIN A 100 CLUB Irs C M Stevens Thutjda- Mr Charlie Taylor Roy and May Stevens of this plaoo attMdod meeting at Mt Zion Friday and Saturday night Order Your Magazines Now It will soon bo time that most rrod ors of current literatures and mnga- Inw wlll lie making up their Iletw for the now year I om ropresanta tVeCot any magazine or tIrido1cal h t you may want I will furnidlt you them tingly or muJro you a cut price where you tnko mere than ono h Ilakc any hinds of combinations 01- tubs All rmowals accepted and given the sanlo ntWntian as new sub scriptions Call on wrlto or WIt rhone J NJoJY FOSTER Thu RupubltGw Office Hartford Ky M F Sharp ReElected At the meeting of the ronvontJIow- If the Athericaa Society of Equity reld at Indianapolis last week Him II F Sharp who Is well known in this county was reclootW as prcti lent The other oftJoam elected were Vice President J M WOOds Ohio tad directors C W Pfcrson North Dakota II G Tank Wisconsin nod Louis locllhnrt Indiana The eec b1he Opportunity KnocKs But Ope Time at any Mans Door and This Opportunity Means a Sdving of 7900 to 615000O- aa Purchase If a PlIIiI to YIUS PRACTICALLYiCOSTThe firlt who writes us will be the first to receive they greateat inducements and if you are ip the market tJ opportunity Will be the irreatesf you have ever had to boy asraM Conover Declfer tl S Sciubsrt4Kurtzltnan+ Is M othersVt c iar l I1tCtMU1CCO1 r IndianafM t1Yiellirale sleflt IaMaaac fiusE aa kuNIYikrdelr f 1 Io r ir11 r j xrj jc 1- Y a j Y I 4 ri fbanksgiving j Accessories to = to fr 4 r I FRIDAY NOVEMBER 2 Tlmo Table Beaver pam Ky IJ North Bound Noath lSonDd lIon doe 405 a m No daetl8plII No ten due 48 plU- 01Itdae248 plII No 111dueS0pm We a Large Line oft ETC And ask you to can and aoo the and beet Ilno ot shOtGuns ever In Hartford U SDiYOC13iT VMAN- Jl f I I t For C 10 c k s Cut Gloss and nIl I of whole houses rer r liable n d y I I go and most Ohio i t known 1 JOweler nd h + lasw+ianleia niira t 7 Vf J I I r every lady likes to look well at all tinges but therd are times when extra effort is made to Ipok day being one of these we have put forth an extra effort to help the ladies out of their dilemo We are iu Silks New Woolen Dress Goods Dress Fancy Collars Belts Kid Gloves Fancy Silk Scarfs Scarfs Coats Fancy Collar Pins Now Latest Millinery Ladies Purses Cloaks Coat Suits etc al McCeWP4uerot ways in stock CourteousI herADont fail call always re member it pays trade at a store that saves you money Go JH rtford Republkau IIIlnolsContraIRaltroad At 121due1135sm- No12 GUNS GUNS Have Just Received Shot Guns Rifles Target Guns 4AMMUNITION SHELLS largest CARSON Hartford Hentuchy Reliability reliable Watches t Silverware hkindsof reliable Jewelry bought the 1most reliable atsale also jewelrya watch repairing to the largest reliable jewelry store I41fa that county hM- evtor JiB TAPPAIV 1Thelleliahle 01 course beautiful Thanksgiving occasions showing novelties Trimmings Newport Sweater Veiling McCalls Patterns and M H E Railroad Time Table at Hartford Ky Trntoo pass Hartford nt the follow- Ing times NORTH DOUND 112729 a m Passenger Bally 114340 p m 3llxed Dalley except SundaySOUTH BOUND n m Muted lllly except 1115920 113146 p m Passenger Dally Timothy Seed at Fords at 425 Nuts Figs and Data at lIors Grocery Phone 140- Good faro that you use at Sanderfur and Cos Hon W S Dean of Dundoo was a visitor here Monday u Call SmdcrCur and Co plwno 114 for Saur Kraut and Plcklas- 11ore grocery has just receIved a barrel ot fine Stalaga Grapes For the best Flour Md Moat In town call Sanderfur and Co phone 114 Crushed und Flako Hominy and fresh Vegetables at Sanderfur and Cots leers Grocery Is agent for tlto celebrated Elltu Flour made In In diana Schroeters grocery is paying 25 Cents for eggs and wants all you have GrapeFruit Oranges Lemons Apples Bananas and Cocoanuts ot leers grocery Fresh and Cured Mints ot nil kinds every day at Sandertur and Cos Meat Market lion C al lkunctt mnn ctod busl sln Owensboro wodnasdayro turning T 1BftmDpDn Mr and Mrs oJbJloMbuck and Chtldrem of BQaTIY nspent Sun- aaax Wf alg4dn Ja IBalltotd- Iltaa Ger7111mt aU the eggs ouuvoat 27 OCAtbD dozen slid Butter at 20 end 21PI tnWld- Mr and Mrs Le Homer and babT empoot13stldar M 8seatsof Mr lend 3LSa cell P1fNA sMitr tnwm SlfDiledur is Co tkbis sorest market cem a Jaro Qtock oft raml1Y groceries barrel kraut fwdI tic ateckerei- Rey Rcllff qf Crab Q1ty Is- ttqria tlR1811 aieuu that 1a1a pragsfttfms st Orval Glare- cknrci nMCr1tsjtir Ilexs Grocery for Celery CranbcrM- rlas and Fresh Oysters Tho Best M1ncd meat In town at tiers grocery Phbno 140 Comploto line of Breakfast Foods at Ilerns Grocery Phone 140 A fresh stock of Lowneys Candle lust received at leers Grcetry For FrcS1iork and Sausage call Sllnderfur and Co Phone IH All kinds of vegetables carried by- SnndcrCur and Cos Meat Market Plcklo Pork and Bacon Butte at- SalJderfur and Companys Moat Market 111s Fannie McDotahlof Clinton Ky Is the guest of Rev and Mrs J W DrunerIEverything In Ca1tcs find Crackers the Sawyer Brand of Chicago nt- lIors Grocery For all kInds cf Froth Grocorlu call U S Carson Phone 21 All goods delivered Tho bird sclsuu 1s on and yea will want Shells Seo U St Carson who has 20000 to select from Mr J W Marks of Madisnnvlll spent Thanksgiving with hIs Jar IlW Mr and Mrs T S Marks Ibis Grocry Is now prernrtd to furnish you anything you want In till way ot trult Cko materlal Dr C Ross Bennett of Broadway l1nes spent Sunday with his ImrontK- 1lr and Mrs J C Bennett It Is onlY a short tlntoto Christmas just one month now get busy and do your shopping early Now stcck ot canned goods In cluding the famous Sugar Loaf and Hart Dranfp at leers Gro cry Phone 140 Messrs Ellis 11 Foster and J S Dick Arbuckle city were pleasant callers at Tito Republican oWe Thurm day Mr Baron Dll1Jll6 with E P Barnes and Bro ot Beaver Dam Was a business visitor In Hartford Wednesday Twenty crow books the Latest Fic tion have just been added to J C Ieers Library The subscription to the Library Is only 115 now Mrs WclColk Barrow and littledaug- ter left for their homo nt Lexington ln8dny after a short visit with Mrs Barrows parents Iron and Mrs II P Taylor u The Hancock County November tc ot Civil and Criminal Court conv rnI edat lLwesv1l1o Monday Judge bend preslding The docket Is a lIght ono nt this session Dr B F Zhnnuudnnan mad little son taster Bourke of Louisville were the guest of Mr and Mrs WM Fall and Mr and Mrs W H far lur Saturday and Sunday Mr Ira D Bow who has been traveling In the Western States for the past scvcral weeks In the interest ot the Kontuckr Clothing Company returned homo Sunday afternoon Miss Bottle Barrow ot Lexington Ky who has been visiting lion and 31rs H P Taylor for n tow days left Wednesday for Louisville whore she will spend a tow days with friends Miss Anna Eliza K wnot the fac ulty of WtSt Kentucky Seminary llroivor Dane canto honed Wednesday afternoon to spend the Thanksgdv lag holidays with her parents Mr and Mrs C P KwwnIMr L D Bennett who lives In the No Creek nclghborheod reports that a tow days ago he and several others saw a white JlartrJdgo Mr Bun uott was able to tlll dlUnctly that the bird was a partridge and with a covey ot partrldg The fardin llIl y Music Co or- Erol6v1lle Ind are ofterJhg some exceptIonal bargains In pianos They are forming a lOU club anyone In thin market for a plano will reedy some exceptional bargains according to their adverUseiucnt whIch appears In this Issue Mr W 0 Barns of Taylor Mines was a caller nt this oWca Saturday Mr Barnes hUH only reeeantly returned to Kentucky from WnshlI1g D C where ho hold a pushes as steaogrnpher and also attended school At present he has a position with the Taylor Mth Coal Co Rev Joe D Itogurs of Qu10Cy Ill formerly ot Hartford and editor of this paper several years ago was visit- Ing rgluklvta hero for l short tlnirr this week He sprAt onlY about two days hero and left Wednesday for Cromwell whlro hu spent hanksghv lug with his fatter and mother Mr and 1t1rs JM Rogers Messrs C jinond Alvin Roan of Centertown pro gatheriimg- an Jnunenso crop of corn considor- inb the number of acme plnnted and other oondUJ011B They ustlmnte that they wlll hero not fees than 600 bushels from one tract of land and laU of thocQra Is Bound and renkr with the beet raised is Rant tllJCUon S Npltelw1 I R + IspentSunnydnle Miss LuaJb Pirtlo spending a- tow days ut DundY the guest ot Dr i and Mrs J D Stewart Mrs haul Cnrgnl of HorrIn IllI Is visiting tillmils and relalvs In and ntnr ilartlord this wk corrl6pOn1dO1t caller at this office SlturdayIMr gstlll 11llkina rturlwd Thurs day from near Cldckao Ill whuro he bas ben employed hILildng corn for several works Miss Ethel Iiatshor vatted bar gran parents Mr and Mrs Thionlaa wll- h am sat Nltral Grove reconly- and returned lmme Tuesday D A Thomas Improved Poultry remedy and log powdrsI Every package guaranteed Sold by W E Ellis IJIO Produce Man Tars Ella Morton and lIastlr ThQil1lls Ielt Wedntday toIspeed a tow days kith Mr and Thomas J Morton of Island Ky Mr V M Stewart of utdn mlllA to see us Saturday and had us snd- Tho RlllUbllcm to his dnuhwrlnI law Mrs J I2 Stewart of U S iaran the Grocer lceepu- constnnUy on hand uveryihhlg usually round In an uptodato grocery Phone n Your patronage solicited I have n iargu I1UolllUty or first class eiordr and UmottJlY hay for sale at the lowest market prices W E ELLIS The Produce Man Leave your laundry at Cleve lIers grocery Work guaranteed and prompt delivery Agent for Madlsonv1lle Steam Laundry Madisonville Ice S Laundry Company incorporated tt The Knights of Pythlas had on In terwUng mooting and enjoyed n pleas Il11t evening at their regular meeting Tuesday night After the husiness had been disposed Dr J B falJpan- turnishrtl music on his phonograph for nearly nn hour This feature was emi ertlnlIlg and ltiphly appreciated There will bo another pltasantovel ing In store for the members next ruesday evening null all are urged to nttcJulIi nn endtudasUc meeting Wednesday I night and much Interest was manl- Ccsted and the attendance was butte than usual It was unanimously vote to give a supper on the alIJxt nieewltlg night which will bo the socollll- Wcdlh dY night In DOJmbor The nrrmlgcments for the supper was plated In too hands ot Messrs James RIRulsday afternoon front North Dakota whero for the past severn months ho has been In the lnbrt ot thtI L I Caso Threshing tnchlno Co flu has been transferred to territory uljacent to Loulsviae und was met I et Louisville Tuesday by his wle- Capto IlQwn says lie Is glad to sie I itl1at we are not having taw lund of weather In Kentucky that lie has IIoCDeath of MtcJones I Mr J C Jones died at hits hone on Clay streut about five ocluel- WCllnCtidny morning For several weeks ho Imd been In bad hadthbut tills week his condition was about IUJ I usual tUlll on ru sday lie was able too out to the dining room amid eat he r sled well mornIInlTIIlorton Metodlst church near Roehesttr and tltu fuurlal was held at that phew by hla pastor Rev Prine about noon Thursday the Interment following at the clllllch cen- tery Mr Jontf was wentyflvo years old Mil bcstdes a wife lave Uio following duguhters and sons Mrs EL 11 Taylor of Roeheste r Miss An- lo Jones Greenville 3lisses KaUl- erino and Powell Jones ot Hartford and Messrs Robert J W1II and Sane Jones of Mountain Park Oklahoma Tho former had been hUN for sov eml days on a visit to his parentsI as had Miss Annto Jones Ttho Ito publlcan joins the many friends of the family IRBlllIXlUly In this sad hour BDsteoka Banquet The Iiostoota Club hiss stmt outtlw fallowing invitations for their banquet which will bo glen tonight at tho hOme of Mrs Z Waymo Grjtfin You lUC Ignited to tho Flrat AnnUM Banquet of the Bostoolta Club- Friday evening Koveriiber 26txi 1910 8 to 12 a thehmo of =fIr grill Ili I Z aynoGr1tUn- HOSIERYIs clothing purchase Our store has the reputation of selling good hose a distinction for which we havt- worked hard and sacrificed excessive profits to attain only best brands are sold hy us- i Try Wunderllose iFour pairs in tt 100 box guaranteed fur IrOUH- MON1HS We tl6real BURSONS and I hm1YS as well as the famous HOLEPROOP r Look for the YeUo BoxIWhen Buying Your Sox Holeproof Hosiery comes only In yellow boxes Imitations of time guarantee lire numerous but Insist on getting the genuine Uoleprooflock for thin yelloW box- There Is real worth In Uoleproof The makers pay 63 cents a pound for the Snest Egyptian and Sea Island Cotton but they could get ordinary cotton at 12 cents a pound The body Is 3ply and the heels toes and knees lire plyln Uoleprouf Common hosiery Is only 2 ply throughout Both seU for the sam price but tbe com mon hosewenr only oneslxth as long asHoleproot- rliis hosiery Is liS sort and smooth liS silk yet we guarantee to replace any pair that needs darning within six months lIens hose como In eleven colors and iwomens In sixthe price Is Isa to S3 a box of six pairs Childrens base In br and tan only at 2a box Come In and See this bosery far yacrsdtlearn what lt is like todayNi mtKUe- GS a 1 Mfl eeryFOR a ur1fAAt n- f w NO CREEK Nov lgdItOls RcgmbNean Wc will try and give a tow llumN trom old Nocreek The farmers are antsy gathering corn and hauling cool thlll weak and trying to round till their fall pork Croll gathering is not much of II job this year In om c020- mtntlty Prof E S 1ownrel of near roll1- well visited Pmf E e Allens school Monday evenhhg at west Nocreelc- Mr L M Lewis and Luully of Upper Nocrdek visited J W HUll son and family lust Sunday lion W U Taylor of hartford amid UIIIItomnuutity Mr Oscar Buchanan ot Mahlenberg county came Into our midst one day last week and took away one of till best young ladies lu our nelghbor hood Miss DII McCormick They were married while nway and return ed Monday to the house of Mrs inn tcConnlcl wliera they avid nruitl- I their homo The writer yIMllI to extend congratulntlons to tllt young couple and wo are glad that Mr Buchanan has deckled to make No creel his hone for Wu have tried him and kuoty him to be n good neighbor Mr Elder Dotlsons baby IsIll sick with congltlUoll of the stomach but Is resting wtll nt UIII writing Iand wo hope soon bo better Mrs Ethel Tanner and slmderMiss Annie Moreland of lIurtJwd visit ed Mrs Den Chamberlain uno day this wlcICIS C HERBERT Nov 21A protracted mtxling will begin at the DIJUst church lore time first Monday In Dreember conducted by the pastor Roy W 11 Bruner- usdsted by J W Brunerbf Hartford Mr Hubert Burdett and sister Miss Myrtlo spent Saturday In Owensboro- Mr cold Mrs J BChambCfs visited t Virgil Millers Sunday Mr and Mrs Charlie Taylor will move to Owensboro shortly Mr Ohas Gist has bought Mr Wm Crows farm hurt and will SUDYO to snme sOon Itrs Ann huff roturnoomn1 an ex tended visit to DruJuJnrldgo county Sunday Mrs Amanda Stsrart Md daughter Bulah spent Sunday tat O T BurdeUs Mrs Vldo Kosure Ma4irnvdlle is- viaitug Mrs Emma MWfr Silas DoraJlIIm DtPe1tiljle mud I Mr Albert May 1VhitesvIUo took dinner at lJhartK raylots Sunday Mss toy Rogers will visit heir parents nt it aver Dieu fhniksgtviug- Mr J W Ford OwonIJOIo spout last week hero 1r mend Sara John hlndson were tJ Guests of W T lows fumaily Sunday Cull on All ARBUCKLE1l Fancy Groceries Lunches Cigars Soft Drinks Etc Next Door to Shronders Grocery on Union Street HARTFORD = KY A GOOD SNARE of tie wlnltlS ikkllOll nUll eU- slOlllfor4 hcIIII ill the Into fall Ve neglret the litue things mud as a reult many have a chronic cough or Bold imaging on all winter Ar soon I the cold Weather OllieS prrgam yourself with Ole proprr niedicenes and other supplies 11th modern QllIJlmcllt mums ancypcrlenttJ- dnlltJllt we lO prepared in- supply the tmde with the belt and highest grado ot pure drugs We now have a full line of Soaps cI1Creall Tooth Paste Perfumes and all toilet articles found in a first class drug stoat We intend to- Iave the best drug store In town lewkhig to your Interest when well as well AS when- sick 4 HARTFORD DRUC CO Incorporated Your rlRyggkat R A NOFSICt B t- Genetwl 3lxntigcr- l y Y 1 1 DEATH KNELL FOR THE NlfiHT RIDER- n Decision ofKentucky Court o Appeals in Important Cases GelFrnakfot1 out of Warsaw and sty out Pant aid coat D II This l4tur wrlttel 1 to John L Vast of Walton DoolleI ootmty by unknown parties 1 Warsaw GallaUn county caused th- lndtctnent sI of 0 p Morton and hl wife Nora on tho charge ot Ixandl- nand I confederate to intimidate disturb and alarm Vast under Sub 8ooUonI 6 or Soetlon 12Ua of the Kentuck- StMnts This IndlcUuent having ben Ills sood by the Boone Circuit Court o the ground that the jurlsdlctlon b loogoo in Gallatin count and Un- athe letter did not conic under tJ1- 0tnluto quotod was upptahd to tlw Court of Appeals wJ1ero the judgment of tlto lower oourt is reversed and furnlslud an occasion for Judo Car roll of the Appellato Court to do- Jvor an opinion that will bo thodelt knoll to nIght riding in Kentucky Whl10 night riding is not mentioned In the opinion this ctso fur I occaItiIDnIng togothtr for the purposo of In I jtrring and dIsturbing the eltiWns o- Kanfueky f exactly ns Gor Willson hat construed it and this opinion win be nn Indorsomcnt of the post lion of Gov WJUoon on lawlessnes- wo s he came into office Illptcturoand pointing to the sIgnature coat and Pants- MidAutumn y Onco more mIdautumnti mlJ1tlcsoft Jy taIls On notl and fell on forest farmI and fold The and i wallsIIAnd wOOtllnallg gleam to gorgeoug groan and gold i Yon nwallow sloolS as though Its work wore done Antt breezes and brook to camm- eculena croon On richer couch lies down a saffron IUIIIWhilst oor tlw plues awakes a rut moon Charles Nevers Holmes In Sucakst Magazine Murder Charge Dismissed Beattyviile Ky Gov OChargrK of murder against Clay Crawford nephew of Judg Jaulcs liargls ui- Hrtoathltt county feud Lame Ivcrodla missed by thN Coanuatw laths Attorney hue 1olIn after a jury hUll hun Moron to try Crawford and IWshai Johnson till tlto killing of Mlle y Crawford the formers oust u 11urlng- n i fight over m1 tillrgtttl Jlllclt distillery The jury had just h1 ohlalJIll l hen the charges against C rawfor- ewte 1 I dismissed fho trial of Iuh- non llrolBldld rawfords brother latI chow wav nslo1sslJmttll by lluarle3 1ltt tkl tat Jackson Ky two wks ogo- Idttle j tiubslIUlut1 conressing the crime and helng sentencod to lIoaUII o Sal Perkins NJr flaw Paw KidsNuz- it e skase Uw frost llat nit hit what wood uhtcrwize rlII1HI up a1ll rlsgid- 1eil I I tt1JlC11 l the Ladl t lilub nrnln ill gratin tu h0 mighty tntwostIn- Ienrdu the rnl Utug told sonk of It anted out A tb laws rmrtln- there WAM Wliave Ilia ulahiation bill owhn tn a lIttIJ ILitch thrr wnll only one Att4r ItxIDlt of hurt lluka fj1l1JrWnt IIflprttHJtybody was Reedy Pager wnUn to rltlu the goat SIr liurnto- potled U1O door and nnnomneod tie tarot wus rtady owln to the narrow lfobblo skurts they exchanged fur a suit of union made goods of tho most approved stile somothing that ml- JURts Its self to any size shape and fit like the Paper on the wall the w- groat nxnetlmu I1a4 walked in plead I tl up and socln gms F lowers joathors Hat trirnings rot all the AIJuW Iullod all the tall feathers out of the Rooster on sbuei Juna- bttgs Klub lint just as Stgter Gad about slanted oft on tic gout Doing the cake wall stunt pwlibln like S1 Junebugs dog cone outllf too lunch room with eta Jkxl fast In an empty salmon lean turin summer ettle Howling like mad three or four otter Door muo Poodles sat up- a Howl Pitched In Ughtin the dog II- Sn the ken each other it was Hard to to deslbo the servo that followed tile Racket scared theiat Sister GadAbout ova well arat4d on the 141 goat taco to the RUU Rollin to Uto goats tats whoa ho dog Light begun labiaSsome How gave Bulged under the table upsottln- f a large Pltclicr of D1UIhams noLtdrlnh It was one of hosd Horlblo wild west 801108 the most complete mix up of the smart sot Pioodle dogs tables chairs goat Rye straws sn1J11Jn kan the floor satumtxl with Durham soft drinks The unfortunate dog In the ken could not oven sue 10 slaying around Order was finally Restored sell things sorter stmltonW up the loose rate cldcktut ftatttars Dead Birds safety list Pins HnnkerohJcls Shoe heels were g1U10r000 up Siswr Juno bug anode n motion not to HaYe any Rfcaad kept of the Procoodings of this meetin as it looked too much 1IlQ Rollin tlao hall Backwards The motion WitS sccontd by six of UIO sin- ters but no vole was taken During 1tl1e little contusion you couldont toll gwuetoont know whether Rldln the goat will Ifo Pronuttnctd a SUXf8 or not but this naeerUn will go on lttrord as one or the 1KClOt sessions These mooUns sorter lIVLIl up the manottony- of farm life Im going every time- I I Wn will report so you case lutow how to mantgo Paw the Puts SAL PEtKINS Dairy COW IThe dons more than bring financial suoc to the dairy far nor She makes him a bitter citizen than ho would otherwise bu Her Influence upon home conditions Is a most pleasing contrIbution to tltoso factors which are responsible for the changed conditions which sire tall In the farm homes of today Thousands of those homes were bll ghtexl by drudgery and unhappiness Dotter financial oonlllUons have contributed to this change and the dairy cow has been in no small mtas use responsible She hIs contributed In still another way Tho diary cow ttacha5 klndnfss Her owner soon learns that only by trotting her kind ly can ho secure U1o highost possible returns from her and she r sponds- siquickly to kind words and proparabre Her disposition Js one that the hu man faurdly mIght well emulate ilia- is patient and long 5uffring ucqul arrngomontsrowner on the dairy buslns striving at all times to ropa him for every effort made for her care and comfort The moorhens of tn fanatiy as they come In coutua with Iwr and hers kindly dlspjiIUon aJti lufhlrncr d for- igocd As they UIIIIoclt1l the than chi xlnflt to come from airing for IntlJrJ3tIIher In w thy union sclously cultivate those Illtalltlos which make Utam butter citizens ifho dairy tQwthu IIIolotolO of mans best frlenllIg wielding Ia great gonrallyIfound In Uw front ranks In till march of civilization and no arlcnllturll country can long prosper without Jwr She JII n potent factor In the upbutld ug of such II country financially and socially and n else 1 flouts will ap sirtciate hm and eKCUUraga tlla indus on which slit is the foundation n Cheaper to Live Even Now vluwIThree are moil who argue that iiling Is high hut they might try dy hiIa one pays a I and nwrla kicks A good lOIs iOVUIVllut cants S but a wtdeu ale willIan hut tor p1uIW11r you Joe Pt tour floats I4IJ muttil A carriage to the ihrRro tMotII but rntc to tho como tvy roam 5r1 sal Jn ktikT wlll centsiore lots of things Ift to live for in lUll old WorM dtspite the high prIces anti the contrary uitsan- weathm OLATON Nov 1Mr and Mrs Henry Ow ml vJsltal rolntltey In Owensljoro last eek Mrs C E DanIel and son Albert visited Mr and MI1S 1 e thorn near Frlodalnnd Sunday Sirs C W Canan and son Charles lItcho1l mad a shalt visit to Ow- ensboro hart week Miss EssIe cimwCordf horse throw her lait Saturday whont1alltlng treat frolLlLalrnd One of hut arms was ruised right badly Ilex coney preached hIs first sermon nt Salem Sunday Mr Claude n Davis who has been Oklahoma for some timcatrtuarotl his home nttar horse Brunch last Friday afwnoon Misses VthJo Davis and Stella- Daalel Went to Fordsvlllo Saturtlllyi I I ALL WEEDS HAVE- A GREAT VALUE Most Have Their Uses and Not One Grows Out of Pure Cussedness Most of tho woods nro our lost armors They nro busy workJig their roots down deep into the Boll to bring up unclaimed elements nt the same tlmo making tho soil porous i Most of thorn have other uses and It Is doubtful If a single plant Is In l existence that iliustates euro cussedness The story of beggarweed is n good Illustration It got Its bad name when it was supposed to bo n wet3danlllnoth ing morethe veriest plague of the cotton fields A little while ago this same beggarweod was found to bo the best forego and hay plant 1n- tho Southern States Horses cows i pigs hens ovorthlng devours It with i greedinss3 Tho JlnV5 aTe even iI- ng ground up to flour out of which madeIThei out to bo a producer of tho largest quantity of valuable hay and fodder known In the world I Many of our words arc valuable also as soil binders while others 1f- lumdled rightly dos all their troub4 to our compost pillS There are n fw weeds mainly these that run under ground or UIOS that go to 6d wiU- igroat rapidity which get In the WILY so badly ns to deserve their evil reputation Among these the Cairn than thistle the wild morning glory and the quack grass mo supreme for nieanuussOuting j Kentuckians Down With Fever Annapolis Md Nov 17Lloyd H Lewis and F F Hall of Kentucky are among thirteen Naval Aoadomy Midshipmen suffering from typhoid fever at to naval huspiLtl Surgeon A 3l D McCormick tip senior Helical officer of the Aea- I deny stated today that ovary precaltl tlon Js being taken to prevent further durelopnient of the disease All the milk now being used Is being pasteurized the water ill bting boiled and extra filters placed III the toHaincroftI A Stokes of the Navy It was d- clded to administer pricautlal Insane Over Religion Stanford Ky Nov 19lenlf Elnoro a wulllmon young former of the PrnachersvUfo sectou of this count and his wite were sent to the asylum at Lexington by a jury In CircuIt Court hero toda upon the ground that they nrs insane upon religious subjeeth XIIIghbors tlsUfJlod at the inquest that Elmer hlll b1ptl- lll hIs wife three times In a pond UIIOU the place Officers sent to bring hIm to court say that In crossing Dix IUver on the I way to town olulOro sought to con lncl3 them that the stream was theI River Jordan and they should permit hum to laptiZO thorn Il1it Thu stateI of the weather forced hem o deelde however rKentuckyjIts Increasing When a holiday Is once establishal It is rarely abolished and from time to time a nw ono is added as was done by the last legislature Thu obslImnco of these holidays Is optional rtthor than mandatory and peplo may observe them or not IlS they choose If a holiday omen Sttaday the next day Is to 1 ob Ion as such rho holidays hero are January 1st Now Years Day February 29ru1 WashlnlrtOlI Day May Oth Decoration Day the first Monday In St1lltr moor lnbor Day October l2lh Columbus lay Gast Thursday In November Tlxudcsgiving Day December 25th Christmas Day and such other day as may bo- sot aside by proolamaUoa or the Governor or Proo1dant The Y M C A The Young Mens ChrIotlnn Assoct- awon hns now opllxlm6toJy 500000 molnbers according to apyportat the triennial conventla4t nt Tenonto rep UIlotJng n growth of 13 per cant since the last oonvontlon The oelation Was founded in AmlI11m nt Boston and Montrrol to 1851 coming front England whtTO it came Into begin In ISH It cane into exisbenco- to promote the pltysiud social mental and splrlutnl wolCnro or its ntent hers and has tnatntzdmxi n rane oven balanco batwlon the four parts ot man thereby doing R work wl1lch 110 other Institution in the world lion over ottmlJwl ands doing Itwoll Will Remodel Jail Hcnd non Ky Nov 18In view of the fart that U1e qutotlon or the bonds for 20000 for the reuialaling- of the county jail rnld to rrLt the recent cJlUD the Fiscal Court of Ilondernon county turd to day upon i call of County Jutlgu S A Young to devise ways fwd means of snaking the Jail secure and stnltry TThe N suit was the appointment of u tom mtttee to have plana nod tIIJCJk bona drafted for rll1lnd1lng tdre jail and putting It In n tut3tary CA1diUQI1 This tOmmlttlO lJi to take this and report then to I special fl6Slon of th Fiscal Court to bo held on Nov embr 0 u AReliableRemedy Elys Cream Balm Is qulklf absorbed Cites Reliel al Once Itckauf soothes lllOtectstho bran resulting from Catarrh nllli drives away n CoM in the Ilead quickly lie anpna In e a n T tIIJS IFlli size 50 ets1D s j Fists or lIy ruail In liquid form 75 cents Ely DrtherlJ fiG Warren Street New Yorki I SYMPATHY helps hurts but it wont cure ant aching tooth wonnt wake a marred one look like Ile oM self Takes a skillful experienced dentist to doI that Get all the sympathy can but for real relief and good dental work make nn nppolntmcnt I getItll1gcrown and bridge work In this town or any town Tooth extrncttd without pain All work guaranteed Tele I phone 21- 8DRSI JARDIN BELL I I DENTISTS j Office in Republican Bldg Hartford Ky I l Ladicsl Savc Morey and Keep inI IH Style by Rending McCaUs ad Using rt1Ctlll Pattern I PJasnelnewlllNtGlll5I y Lt n inndmtn- c 1t10 by teoplnit j 1 In r d on the Initj1 eo ell bane Ala lffImllontI t IIrpa1 only l 0 n year Inrluclliu s r 0 r Im Huh M r 1011 or send iw Iceraeplccopy McCan Peentn 1e ePhr 1tomolieinyour- o+ In ado 10111101 fr pertectinClnl8 Sot lur 1c I1U1 Ruolocue we Will Cin You fin rrs fIr gelllnC sub- scrlpnonnnloonCfoc f v 1111 fur rro Premiumnil sine a1ashlnmOffer THE kClL COlPOV V9b296es13ithSlhE lotL TIfi I I Prize Offers from Leading Manufacturersa Book on patents Hints to inventors inventions needed Why some inventors tail Send rough sketch or model for search of Patent Office records Our Mr Greeley was formerly Acting Commissioner of Patentseand as such had full chargoof the U S Patent Office M9INTIREO OG 0 o WASHINGTOND Co DirectoryOhio Circuit CourtTo F Dfrkhead JUdge Den D Bingo Attorney WP Mldldtt Jailer E G Barraea Clerk F L Fe lix Master Commisloner 1t T Collins Trustee Jury FundlT H Black Sher Ut Hartford Deputies 0 Keown an Lon Black Court convenes first Monday In March and AUgUst and continues three weeks and Third Mondays In May and November two weeks County CourtIt It WeddinG Judge W S Tinsley Clerk C E Smith At torney Hartford Court convenes first Monday In each month Quarterly Quarterly CourtBegins on the third Monday In January strtll July and October Court of ClaimsConvenes first TueS day In January and first Tuesday In October Other County OfticerrC S Mo dley Surveyor ordllvltle Ky It F D No Z Qlernard Felix Assessor Hartford JCy 1t F D No2 IIenry Leach Superintendent Hartford DrA D- IIUley Coroner Hurtford JUSTICES COURTS n S Chamberlain lIarttord Tuesday after Ird Monday In March Tuesday aft r 3rd Monday In June Tuesday after 3N Monday tn September Tuesday after 3rt Dlondur lu December O E Scutt Cromwell Wednesday aCte- 3r1 Monday In Mureh Wednesday after 3rt Monday In June Wednesday after tot Monday In September Wednesday after 3rd Jlonday In December John H Mlles Jtocllport 1 rlday after to1 Monday In March Friday after 3rd Monday In JoI1l Friday after 3rd Munduy In September Friday utter lrd Monday In December J C Jackson eentertown Saturday after 3rd Monday In March Saturday at ter 3rd Monday In Juno Saturday utter 3rl Monday In September Saturday at ter 3rd Monday in leceibber- AI C Cook Itentrow Tuseday after nIl Monday In February TuesdaY after 2nd Monday In May Tuesday after 3rd Monday In August Tuesday after 2nd Monday In November Thomas Sanders Dundee Wednesday FebruaryWednesday AugustYetnesdayberC V Mlles Fordsvllle Thursday after nd Monday In February Thursday utter 2nd Monday In MilT Thursday after 3rd Monday Ii AUgUst Thursday after 2nd MontlllY In November 2ndMondllrMondayday In November HARTFORD POLICE COURT LlkensCltyAttorneyconvenes second In each month MayorItITurer Members of Council T R Dar nard W JDcnn W M Fair Pen TaYlor W E llIa E P Moore School rrusteesJ S Glenn chairman UllrncttCRELIGIOUS SERVICES M E Church SouthServices mooring and evening every first antI third Sun day In each month Sunday School 945 a m Prayer every Wednesday evening Rev Virgil Elgin laslor- UIIPllst ChurchServlce every Sunday morninG and evening Sunday School 945 a m Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening Rev J W Druner pastorChristian ChurchServices every fourth SundaySchoolFord pastor C P ChurchServices first Sunday In each month at 1t a tn and 7 p m Sunday School 94r Rev T C Wllllon pastor SECRET SOCIETIES Hartford Lodge No C5 F A M meets first and third Monday night In each month W E EllislW M CM Crowe Secretory keystone Chlllltcr No 110 R A N meets every third Saturday night In each month It Holbrook IIb Priest SecretllryHllrtford SI 0 E S meets second and fourth Monday even Ing Mrs T It BlirnlUd 1V M Misa Willie Smith Secretary Hough River LOdge No no Knights ot nightSK ot It S Hartford Tent No 99 IC 0 r M meets every first and third Thursday night R T Collins Commander L 1- l KeeperSunshine L 0 T M nighttnLadyRecordCarpenters and Joiners local No 1881 meets let Saturday night In ouch month Noah Skagge Free W I Luce See Treas Acme Lodge No 339 r O 0 F meets second and fourth Friday night In GrandDHcdlIIcnday night In each month Wolter Camp ofUccortlsPreston Morton Post No 4 G A P beforetheRogersAdpLA S ot E National Officers C 0 IJ1IIton Ares Oreenvlllt III UrocnhyH D lump Sec and TrensJndlnnap olis Jntl State OfflllrJ C Clilltrlll Pres Georgetown Ky HartfordCelhoUDKyOhio PamKyCD Ford TrellS Hartford Ky COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION henry Leach Chairman llarttordKy DNo52 d A Bellamy Whltesvllle Ky ICyfKy5 Richard Plumer Taylor MineKy6 J L Drown ltockport r tiC r k 1IIIkWrJroe I wIII oIIIdo l1erBlaos d rclusivsirwrite CNIeeI1- t 1 t x Y I PIJJIrStJ 1 CMnAnsxrr CESYtri tBARNETT SMITH If ATTORNEYS AT LAW HARTFORD KY rYltt practice their profession In all boo etude of Ohio and adjoining cot yrties and Court ot Appeals Sp A at tendon given to all buslnc erusted- to their care Collections cu the Prae- tico of Criminal and Deal Estate LawISpeclaltttll Office In Republican build Ing FRANK L FELIX 4 t Attorney atLaw HARTFORD KY Will practice his profession In Obie and adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeals Criminal Practice and Col lectlDns a Specialty Office In the Her aId building r- YANOY LMOSLEY- ATTORNEY AT LAWiHARTFORD KY Will practice his profession In all the I Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and In the Court ot Appeals Also No j talY Public Office over First National jhank k JOIN n WILSON CHAS U CltOWlC I WILSON CROWS LAWYERS t HARTFORD KY- will practice their profession in aU the courts of Olio and adjoining counties and in the Court of AppeeS ISpecial attention given to criminal Jpractico and to collections Office on Main St opposite Court House Jt- n4 TRADEMARKS ProtaPW obnnM m PATENTSTHATnpewe and sap you rtueceat dead model photo or sketch for rR Eft report SURPASSING Inook on lronlabJe Jatenl write to JJ 150313015 Soventh StreetWASHINOTOND C KILLTHECUCHAND WITH Dr Kings New Discovery FOR aoOLDSAND ALL THROAT AND LUNDTROUBLEL GUARANTEED SATISPAOTOB- OR MONEY REFUNDED 5 y Anvnnerendlnaanlcetehnnddescrlpnnnmayquickly omnmdrnttona rent free eldest fagencyJoEI fgrorCe1- P0cnuI rsecadttce without Cbalilo la the C R61Qr fianoAh- endrnmelynlnelnetedWeekly iarRnterrt airy eentWnfnnnat Term noldbyullnewedeulenMUNN i Draucb egoo Cl5 R ilL WlIIODIJ LL- C Southern Agriculturist NASHVILLE TENN For krty years the friend and counselor of jr 1 lYtwice a month f iyears w Aample Copy CUt FryeM- Do Y6LWaat One F- s n zU h k t y i ttt T BACCO HAS f MADE A Blfi CROP More Raised This Year Than Last But Disappointing ink jS Some Respects recenuywol the tobc sdtuatlon oovcnIng every paint Involved throughout the counItry and tllo following js a synopsis ol Its report covonlug espoclaUy the Konfuckyoutput Dhls yoars tobacco crop big ns It is is a disappointment It will not Pass the billion pound mark sat for it Jai the early spring when aftsr al moot 40000 ncrtks nlOro than tin 1909 11ad boon std cut uOOer most favor able condittons Ule plant tnMjod for wnrd In most promising growth Thpse 40000 acres wdh tho prmnlsad increased yield tram the UtAI or 1 69771 acres pdarltod would oIIlly have made a yuld to oxoood a billion Mfr pounds But the crop mot with a tJlICOOIslon of mlsfortunlS Cold storms and frosts overtook tl arty In Info later dlsastrous flood swept away whole flolds on bottom lands than the drouth touched it as It 20000llMclHd the hAn ISt Accordung to stIgoIer the tcrt art110831 acres which compares with 1130537 In 1909 Tho yield Is estimated at 931OGS695 pounds compared with 93l544452 In 1909 The Government may bo expecbd to esumato this ywrs crop above one billion lunds as the ROIrtln- gr Board of the Delartntont of Agrlcul turo put to area planted at 1215 900 acNS and the conditon at about 78 COmllrld with an avorage or 82 Calculating on the Governments reported ylold for 1909 of 949357000 tho staUUc tho total of l1697i1 ncrts- plantd trouble In figuring out a bil lion pounds 1 Tlio dlfrerenco botWylIl um Enqulr ers estlmato and that or tho Gov- ernmont lies mainly In Kentucky whero the Govcrnnent claim a planted area or 470400 acres while reports 4 to the Enquirer from over county tlf tho State producing tobacco In commercial qualities cover n planted i arm or only 388860 acres with only 75908 for the harvest Many reports from Kentucky arc Tory dheouragtng os to tho yield acresrIs estimated to bo 2000000 pounds l s Tho Injury however fell most hrxw4ly on the dark district so that yield of Burley In Kentucky will ba1iJ7652000 pounds compared with 182865195 In 1J09 NO CREEK TO LATE FOR LAST WEEK Nov 16Mrs Sarah Iiomh and son Alfred havo moved to property o- Cllr Worth TJchmor havlug sold tholr rll8ldenco to Jir Marvin Parks who will aecupy mine Miss Irena Ward was given a surprise pound supper last Thursday evening Messra John W and Virgil San dertur made a trip to Owensboro last wookUsses Naunlo and Fannlo Baird of Beaver Dam have roturned home from A ylsit to their alstel Miss Myrts- Williford beenIErnest Allen and lis sick at prtyr tat with pleurisy Miss MolIssa Ruby who hItS boon 1vIsiting her slste Mrs Muse Wor was called to Utica Tuesday to- atOOnd the burial or her sisters child she was accompanied by Irs Wor nlca Rev Crane or this place assisted by Rev Harper or kM1r Darn Is- t holding a protracted meeting nt Shin klo Chapel t Town Boosts Matrimony The merchants ot the ambitious Capo Cod town of Warobnnr Mass desiring to Increase its lopulaton tame present and prospective otfor extraordinary inLuoumu1kts to swttatl boom to marry were Thu merohant- st t could offer no more save to marry the ladles tiuuusolves and the Mlas- cachusette law against blbIlllIY le- trlct I Of courSe certain eondltcus are at ach tp thooo geuOlOul propuslUons the chief is that the married couple must reside there Wareihaui is ale bUt U does not pmopOso to I 1iBlp ttiadd to Wo PopulaloIJo Bose Ion or any aWiOr MassncrUsctsiown J It is stipulated too that tie 3WC- S1Peot1vo brJdeand groom nhuett pmoyu c their good cliamctNr Watrho must La bOtwcen 2t IUld li9 cars ot u3e i t and sho botwoon 19 and 49 It will be soon that Dr Oslor and his hoo des have a cortaln weight theme Theo nJ some of the IIllIIfno o In dUOCl1lents offered by Woreham A froJ woodIng Including marrlago- Itcenso and clergymans services Bass s0Ust to sIng Im Glad Im Married ot theeeremonp Church droooms to lass the that for a collection for tho wedded pairs benefit Brass band to play to wed ding march and other appropriato music BrIdal dinner Bridal presents most useful articles for furnishing a home particulary the nursery Motor launch for the honeymoon trIp Strodyim1ployillenL for the groom Employment for the bride every autumns at screening cranberries if WI desires it Four physe1am to give free ser IntervalsLawyer free Igll advice on any subject except divorce FrOO shaves for the groom his clothes prtssod wthout chars not by his wIre but by a tailor To further its Purpose and to make the path to happiness oven smoother 1Vart ham has established u wedding burrau consisting or Mrs Minnie liowles a married man Cl widow and II divorced mute They wlU consider appUcatlons or thorn ytcrning to 00- marrlul from every point or oeperl once the wise city lather consider CASTOR IAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the J Sipnataro The Poultry Yard Overfeeding will doubtless spoil any flock or laying hens so will starvation lions must liavu suWel ont food It they are to produoe eggs Use good judgmenut and feed just enoughA will consume a bushel of grain ooch year but ns the price or grain goal up so does the prlco of fowls and eggs Theru Is more profit now than there was w en grain was Sand Jsnat a substitute for grit The fowls not only need teuth to grind their roodthoY nest l1vQ Sulphur Ls good to keep the blood In good condition but must bo cartoN fully red as anyy exposure will give ho fowls colds Rooss sheuld never lie over two feet high Fowls should not roost III- tho barn on the once nor In trees The house should bo thidr home Jack Frost has turned the green ot the fields Into a sombre gray Llttlo In the way or green feud will bu available for the hers to hull thom solves In stormy weather and when snow Is on thu ground It nmkcs n- change of conditions ettlrly lfCorant from what the fleck enjoyed a fow short Weeks previous These changes must be mot r a good egg yield Ls expected When compelled to re main In the houses In stormy weath- or furnish the hens plenty of litter to scratch In besides plenty of groin feed Cheap Clubbing Rates We have mado an arrangement wltl- the publishers or the Inland Farmer of Louisville whereby we are enabled to furnish The Hartford Republican and that paper ono year for 150 The Inland Fanner Is a weekly Jour nal and ono of the best fame papers published In the United States Our readers should take adyantago or- this offer tf All Around the Home An Ingenious bed for a baby Is made or rJ clothes basket covered with a bright color with n frill round a sofa pillow for matress The handles could rho tied with ribbon w match balance A baby can be easily carried about In tills U oranges are left for five minutes In bailing water they will peel much rosier and the white Inner skin will como away IS well This would groat- ly simplify the preparation or sUood oranges and orange and cream dishes for cl1Udrons parties To clean nfgrols lay them on a towel wet II soft oompll1xlon brush with warm water and white soap and rub lightly upwards until floath- er Is clean Rinse rln warm water and hang In cool breeze for threw or four hours Hot water should bo Inured Into n thin glass 1n protemhca to II thick one For the Inside or the latter expands wfore the heat has time to ranch thu outer surfact and a break- rage occurs mirrorsIll ot bo motored to its mireoiilginaltroc In position so that the direct rays ofWo sun do not faD upon them t FATHER TOOK GIRL AWAY FROM HUSBAND Irate Parent Boards Train at Nor tonville and Takes Bride by Force Although I rt1ly married Hush Chancy of this city aged Ii and Miss WUUo Poole aged 12 years of Nontonvitlo are mot living togeth or says the Earllngton Deo The boys mother and brothor woro In favor of Ute marriage and decided to accompany the rouplo to Springfield Tennessee where they wore mar- rIed Tuesday morning They loft hereon tho Dixie Flyer and were married immediately oller arriving at Springfield returnIng homo Qll the next northbound train Jeff Poole the rather or the girl who Is II coal miner at Nortlonvllle was violently OlIsed to the match on account or a personal dislike for the boy and also on account of the tender years or ills daughter Whoa Ute Dixie Flyer northbound tacno through Ncrtonvllle Tuesday night Poole jumped on the train salz- cd his daughter by the arm and inter mod the husband and relatives that ho was going to take the girl home and did not want to tree any or them around lIe took the girl off the train and that was the last hT husband has soon or her rho husband brother and mother lwotosted against the notions or Puo1o but to no effect When asked hg an Enrllngton man why hu lot the old man take hIs wife ChancY replied I had no gun and could not holll myself Friends arc trying to sll1oth out the matrl monlal trouble of this young duple Many sufferers from nasal catarrh say they gct l111Jlldlcl rusultts by using an atomizer For theirs benefit WQ Prxpare Elys Liquid Cream Balm Except that It Is liquid it Is in all respects like the htnlhg helpful patti allaying Cream Balm that the public tans boon familiar with for years No cocaine nor other dangerous drug In It The soothing spray Is a rene dy that relieves at once All druggists 75c Including spraying tube or mailed by Ely lllOti 56 WarrJ1l Street New York II Of Interest to News Mongers The ineni ers or the Illinois Daily Newspapers Amoelatlon eta meeting recently held peldged thutnsclvs to work for tine passage ot a haw making It m1 offense for practtical jokers to send in false rdparvs thereby bringing reproach upon the journal which pub dishes a story wlilclr afterward provta to IN unfounded There is a consderabla class of people who have a habIt of enying You ent depend upon what you sew In the newspapers It may bo only fair to say that this history Wa3 probably launched by some Individual who did not care W acknowledge a perfectly accurate account or Ms own doings and duo expression him boon iI1nlllooo so frequently that It has como to find a curtain degree uf toleration As n matter of tact however most newspapers are among the most truthful and accurate documents published It Is true that they have to depend upon the Inexpert ttiniouy- of niiseolanaous witnesses for much of what they prInt Tho train was running sixty millS an hour one perfectly earnest wt mitt will declare while another QWllly araet will maintain that ft was runnIng about ten miles nn hour neither witness having had any special trnlnlng ill estimating rates of speed But so It is In the courts and every Institution depending upon tho chance witness wrong In the sane way only tie newspaper has the advantage or being able w prInt the newly developed fasts ns soon as they can bo obtained and the public rants to know why the thIng was minted dif torently the first time- EASTVIEW t TO LATE FOR LAST WEEK Nov 16Rev None Laslibrooks closed a very successful revival at Mt Carmel church Sunday night Mrs AlOia Stewart and eon falls ofOwensboto spent a few dayq la+ t- waek with Mr S R French Mrs Hob Ralph or OWtll1Sboro Is spondlng a tow days with relatives In this vicinity Mrs lioa Taylor is on tlLo sick dint Mr Dolmor Sharpo ot ladkscnvillo Was the guost or Mr and Mrs Dave Saddler Wcdnissday Miss Mayfield or Red 11111 was the guest or Mr and Mrs W H Mayliiikl Sunday t- M J French spant Saturday and Sund4 with relatives at Beaver Dam J OUR BESt OFFER TIL- EHARTFORD RRPUBL1CAN AND TIlE Weekly Inter Ocean and farmer UOTII A FULL YEAR FOIL ONLY 1125 nn of the News of the World and Horne Only 25 Cents Moro Than the Price of The Republican Alone The Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer Contains Each Week 12 columns or news 14 columns or talks by a practical farmer on farm toplcscconom Ical machinery planting growing and storing of fruits and vegeta bles breeding and marketing of live stock 20 or moro Lost and Found Poems amt Songs 1 column or Health and Beauty Hints Best short and continued stories Chess and Checlerluzles and ComplicationsDr Rooders Horn Health Club Mlscelaneous Questions and AnswersPoems- or the DayA special Washing ton letterTaltlug cartoons and illustrations G columns or Ue entertaining edi torials 7 columns of live stock and market reports No live stock paper con tains a better live stock market 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Draughon teaches because they know it is THE BEST For FPEE CATALOGUE and booklet Why Learn Telegraphy which explain all call on or write JOHN F DRAUGHON President DRJUGHOIiS PRRCTICRL BUSINESS COLLEGE lacnaeaaaraol EVANSVILLE ADUCAU NASHVILLE ST LOUIS SPRINGFIELD UEMrlllS s I t i r- ca + r r a I I RoyalBAKING POWDER INTERESTING ITEMS FROM CENTRAL GROVE I cI Mrs Nancy Faught DiesoReViv1 al in and Mr Martin Marry Nov 22 Special Correspondence Time IJrin gs Us rllaugs Since our last letlol to tlUI Republican the an Hol of death has reuottd llOm earth the spirit of lrs Nancy Jaught ago 70 years und 2 4 days Twas onto morning of Nuvtauber fi 1910 that she tno up her info and wont w dwell with the rodeentod on high- Thor many ytvw situ had boon a fol lower of thu lord and at the time of her death was a utentbor of Central Grove llalurt church tier body was laid to rest In Con tral Crove cxtnctcly IJusido the husband who prueudud her eight years- afro Phu N3ns and onu laugIllel survive her gods way is oho right tiay amt to IUs will vtu trust submit Rev T h llltc1lff of mtml City arrived loJlilil1 and is assstlug In tho revival Itt this place It Is bo- powl that the IIht ting wUl b3 n IIUClS Hiss 11 yrtlu iarh Is rttovoring trout an atlct of typholl for- Um M Itvrh vlait d tlur fatnl- ly of IW I I Rvcrley at erahoi Saturday and Sunday Mlles l th1 hitcher of Hartford Is vielting her grand parents Mr anti Mat Thomas William at this place On last Sunday aftrnoou at i- oelook air liltcu Martin of Horton I add JUSi lwIIt header of tilts place I wuro unlb4l In marriage at thu homo 1IIaddoxlWWing Laava alilh r TIll bride was honuIt- IIuUy attired III dark blue silk ant the groom woru a suit or black hDJnllllalel after Uo corumony- thoy left fur thv dunne of tbtl groom ehtre u Iwmttifui supixr swiped them bang aocompaufod by Mlsssx- Anu iio and CmIJ Stewart Mussrs J L Bishop of IJlIls plan Muir many riemts extend coagra- tttlatfons Ou Friday gvtndng prtr- coshing the wttltlhg a kltcbun sltow t+c was given at thu lunne of the bride then to It a large Cluwd at totdiotl anti slto was tIlt rceipientt of manY presah IIUfJlc WIIi furuhluvl comic sed of lkvens Noah Itowu C L Lonoyof thin place Clyll Roark Sam and w HIli of Williams Minos All pr0rent spent au unjoyablu evening S LLHOUS Nov 2Mr Owen Hunter Hart fonw Is In our midst Ule guest of bit parents Mr and airs S T Hun torIIider Thouytson and Itev R n- Jennett are bottling a surloi of meet inj at Equality church Mrs Wade Ross o1Lertown Is a gutst of her uncle Mr Berry BLslIOII Mrs Salllo Drake Is the guest o- CroLthcs nt Hartford this vrook Mrs GQrtlf liIlohcnrt WM at hart- ford rSaturday- Mr J C Dralco and 3vCfAI others in and IOUDg Smalllrous attended the funeral and burial of Mr Clark Moorman at J1oo11J1U Sunday- S vcral from thIs vldnltyy attend- t F ei 0 ed tho Quarterly uneatlng tt Coralvo Sunday Muulannas Ray Addington L B- Ovorhuls and S E Ilunttr were guests of Air and alts P L Wood at Crralvo Sunday Born recentlyy to Mr and Mrs Fints- igleheart a fine boy Roscoe Howell of Island was the guest of his aunt Cord lta Addington Friday night and Saturday Mrs R D Hunter and children of Gunnison Colo arthl guts of her sisterinlaw airs J C Drulte this wa 1 Mrs Joe Jamos who has been on the sick list Is able to be out again- Messrs T R Barnard and Fred Robertson Lanford attended church at Equality Sunday T L W1thlOv and family Central City are In our midst 1mls week the gulllt of their parents Mr and Ins N D Julksan- lr Md Mrs M P Maddox were the guest of Mr and Mrs J e lUll nar South Carraliton Sunday Death of James A Yeller Died at his home ot Taylor Mines Ky on the 17th day of Nov 1910 at 1230 p m DJth caused by Dropsy Mb YoU r was born In France In the year of our Lord 1832 came to the United States when quite a young man lie worked for sometimo for the I e R It Co was the first engineer that run a locomotive across the Roclqlort bridge lie is survly- td by a wife and nine ehfidran Whereas Bro Jas A feller was n member of the U M W of A Taylor Mims Ky- Be It nJsolved that In loosIng him wu have lost one of the best friends that labor ever had And be It further RtISOhod that we of the U M W of A give to hits family our doopJSt sym iathio s and ther them with the hopos of nteOtbtg brothor yeller In that home across the river where God has prom hexi all true laborers a home W L ARMENT- MONROE LEE J O HUGH Committe- eFAIR I VIEW Nov 2lrn Dlna1 Miller and grand daugltter silts Winnie Hughes Itorsu Branch who have boon visiting relatives In this community for sonlotimC left Monday fore Missouri whore they will make their home Mr and Mrs Herbert Wilson visit od relatives at Frludaland rom Sun day until Monday Mlssns Maudie Wilson Salem and Lois Park and Mr Arthur Miller I rledaland wore the guests of the formers cousin Miss Eunic3 Wilson nightIeven pf Mr and Mrs TIN Myers who has been vory Ill is slightly improvod- Mr anti Mrs Toni Wilson and little daughter Stella Salem visttud- Mr Wilsons parents Mr and Mrs J R Wilson Thursday night Mrs J n Wilson is on pho sick list Miss Dora Faught visited Mr and 1I11s Lesllo Myers Friday night Mss Myrtle rowlld bas boon on the sick list for several days is innprorlug Misses EunIce and Marguerite Wilson visited their ctiuslns MlssosJoale Sundaynight h- 4 APPEAL TO REASON EDITOR GETS SENTENCE or Six Months in Prison add Heavy Fine for Advertising Kidnapping W S Taylor St Paul Mlnn Nov 21F D Warren of Glrutl Kan editor of u- mpcr Appeal to Rroson must serve a term of six Months In the Federal- prison a Lcaveixworth Knnl and pay a fine of 1000 imposed by u jury In U10 United States Court Iti Kansas The senttnco at that court was affirmed by un order of the UR1 dSttato Circuit Court of Appeals tIled today Judge Hook wrote the opinion and Judges Adams and Reed concurred Warren was accused of sending through the United Status mails envelopes on the outside of which was printed 1000 reward will bl paid to any person who kidnaps exOmor nor Toylor and returns him to the K nuclQ authorities TIle lndfcthnent charged that the words wore scurrilous defamatory and thrcatuiIng in character and intend od to reflect Injuriously on the character of William S Taylor TJIi opinion oCJudgo Hook bAd that Congress had almost unlimited power to prescribe postal rtgulations that wllethen tho words nvere true or false thIJ outside of un envelope was no place for them CENTERTOWN Nov 22Mrs E M Morton has returnod home after a vIsit to hrI parents in Utica Dr Jr Baker and family have moved to their new home In Ilawes yUle Mrs D II Luck has returned from a visit to friends near Point Pleas ant Mr Joe HIlI has bought th Cor tez Porter property on East Plum street and wlll mote to same In a fuw days W T TlIrord and son Thonnts Isl- tt relatives here Saturday and Sun day Mr e K Renew and wife of Xci son were here last week on business A R Plummer ices moved into his neww homo on West Main street S W Rowe Is all the sick list Miss Irene Davis visited the family of Lewis ouUerson Saturday and Sunday at Krol1os1- I1r Charley Overton and wlfo arc vislltug relatives at Gleudean ana Narrows Mss Rsna Tichenor Is visiting h3 family of T R Klnchctot Iwa- Rockllort Mr Armistead Jones ot Nelson was here this week on buslro a Mr A B Rowos house on West Main is rapidly nearing couplotion and will be ono of the most beautiful hontzs In town We have n new board of City of floors and violators of the law must look sharp Woman Detective Gets Busy See what this sprightly young fe male detective can do when she goes on the pathway usually travlvd by sleuths She lives at Zanesville 0 and is only 77 yoars old and her name Is Elizabeth Estill He son George became entirelY too vot internally within the borders of sonIo arid tor- rltory and Llzzlo donned her dJs1 guise cropped her hair put on trous ers and Just started out to run down the follows that had wet the internals of ltor boy George Did she do any good did you 61y1 Well now listen Inside of four hours she had suocoodoo In corralling four of the man charged with furnishing the wet goods and in court they were flood 70 cash That boots the work done by a whole brigade oC- W C TU people PALO Nov 21Health Is good at this writingFarmers are very busy gathering earn Eric Ian Park of TaffY was in our midst last Sunday Mr Dome Whloo of Salem visited his brothor W L White last Sot urdya night Mr CharUo FoCIDster and wlto of Palo visited friends and re1atlv09 neaT Tarry last FrIday and Saturday trd Mary Whlto and little son Halloy visited Mrs yann4o 1omster last SundayI Mr Will Burden Is able to bo out again Mrs Iva Durbin who use boon down with typhoid fever Js Improving slowlY Mr Charlie Wimsatt and familY were tho gusts of uncle William Foomstor slid family last Sunday Mles Bertha WlloUerry twas thogCSI of Miss Fanny and Pearl Derry last s I Miss Zellthla lVhoberry whohas I been visaing relatives In Orayso- v n J w rt I Our Garment Section is the I CENTERCATTRACTION I J s1 in is and to date while very low the If its in dry line let us you or to 00 County for the past month huts return Jd home Mr Willie Matlon of was the guest of his mother Mrs An ale Mbaden last Friday Mrs Fannie Flenor visited herI nlstkrs Mrs Lawrence hunger and Airs Jim Smith near Hartford the past Mr W L White to Dam last Wdu1Sday on business Miss Rolda King was the guest of v her cousin Miss Basle Russell last Friday night Mr Jesse Harris spent last at- 3unnydale the guest cl Mr Tom VJmbltt I Success to the Is thet wish of your scribe I Notice in the district court of the United Status for the district of Division In the matter of PohI11II1 Brady BankruptTo Creditors of Phillip Brady formerly of Hartford In the County of Ohio and district bankrupt Notice Is hereby given tha on the 17th day of April A D 1908 the said Phillip Brady Ias adjusted Imnk- rupt and that the first meeting of creditors will bo held at the law of ice of Dutn In Owonsboro on the 2nd day of Decom ber A D 1910 nt 10 I m DIt which time the said may attend prove their claims aplolnt a trustee examine the and tran east such other busiaem os may pro perly come before saId meeting KyNov 21 1910 J A DEAN Referee In Bankruptcy Every member of Co JI 3rd Tuft Is directed to report at the Armory at 730 oti the evening or Nov 25th the purpose of Tor from Sergt Bar flea of 4110 U S Army This Is in compliance with orders from the General Men may without JAMES Capt ComnU1lt1dLng the Company Notice All persons knowing Indebted to the late A N Drawn will call at my office In on or before JM 4It 1911 and make sotiClement and cost nn all t orly proven on or before said date ox I Y b d IIIY hums in our Garment BUSINESS The brisk selling that attests the superior style and better value ofour new Fall showing Among the suits the beautiful for not only styles- the standard but the beautiful allwool materials from which these garments are made thorough and artistic tailoring and their exact custom fit entitles to the preference of the woman An improved feature which makes PRINTZFSS Fall Garments eve n greater values than heretofore is the new CANVASS an exclusive fabric which insures the permanent shape of the garment until worn out and a 11 PRINTZFSS garments are to give two full seasons of satisfac tory wear 50pricedcOnI stock every line complete up the prices range according to high values anything the goods show arrange accommodate you CARSON COMPANYtINCORPORATED HARTFORD KENTUCKY Owensboro weeknwent Beavert weak Republican Bankruptcy- In western Kentucky Owensboro aforesaid duly Dean Kentucky creditors Bankrupt Owenaboro Notice ceivingInstruction Adjutant report uniform MDEWEESE Administrators Chemseives Hartford eavo dolcedcnt This1lov WILYstrongly esVarePRINTZESS recognized their them discriminating PRINTZFSSPLIO shaperetaining guaranteed cooftDUNDEE Nov 21Sunday school at the Methodist church Is progressing moo ly Mrs Mattie Duff who hM been wry for the past Gsv days is Improv- Ing alattte has boon greatly missed at our Sunday school during her Ill ess and wo trust sho will ho able o bo with us again next Sunday Miss Vlcy Tilford who has ben isiting friends and relatives at Laltch- 1Ield for the past month has return od home Mr Leslie and Culllo ltarrson were the guests of their cousin Mr Harrison nwr ordsvl1lo Thursday until Saturday Mr Romney Duff Louisville is the guest of his parents Mr and Mrs Robert Duff Mrs Maud Graves who has been III for the past week is able to be out againInIght and Sunday with Mls Vall1laI HarrIson Mr Bernice Nabors and Miss Zel l1hia Taylor attended church at Nar rows Sunday Chl11drenFordsvl11e for the past two weeks returned home Saturday Mrs Alice Murphy Is wry low with tuberculosIs Mr and Mrs Mchlo Grant and little son Snider L spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Ellis Harrison Mrs Ellis HarrrSotl and daUghter Mrs Abplo Shrove spent Thursday with Mrs Ndrii Cdppago Mrs Prudle Moore went to Hart ford Wednesday on business Misses Monlo Murphy Nora Md Mary FItzhugh was the guest of Miss Hattie Ruth and Goan We11ar Sunday One Month to ChristmasShop Early The stores will soon be bringing on thou Christmas gOOds and soon the windows will be full of the pret ty tempting Christmas novelties SHOP EARLY When tits puhlla in general Is preparing itself for the huaUo and bus tie of Christmas shopping tho sales people in the stores are looking for ward with dread tx the final rush The time that should Ibo the hap pleat and joUiust for all of us la nidae a perIod of tonturo for those who stay In tiro stores What Is the fus of putting your shopping oft us tIlltheOloYen lb hour You lvnow that w nougo early yrou donot have ao much Worry and you can como nearer finding what you want i I 4lastand expect to find exactly what they want and get It In n few minutes SHOP EARLY hMakestart In De considerate to those yourdodual more NOW SHOP EARLY Bullet Lodged in Gun A sensational story has boon sent out from I3aTbourvUlu given nn account of an alleged attempt to as sasslnate Col John E Golden of that place From the story It scams that She would be assassin had slipped In to a room while Golden was out and after ho had returned to his homo the man shot at him from beneath a stand upon which somh flowers were placed The story concludes by saying that the bullet must have lodg do in the gun as there were no trace of where it had lodged to be found Great story this and reveals a new kind of firearm on unusual mado of gunpowder or aometlting or other vary strange say who over heard ot a bullet lodging lnho gun loom which it was flrodTSomo wag has likely wanted to have some tun outI IrcartrIdgebut it made a very good story had not the wrWa spoiled it by ad ding the bulltIodgtngJntJ1egun paragraph to It Trade at HomeJDo 41 do your Christmas trading until jou hive seen Jthesplandld 11nos of Flw1l and Winter goods clothing dry loads shoeS ole now In stock by bur homo merchants If yrou make your Christmas bill Ih otho cma- nmunity will have both too goods and the money Hang on to your money until you have Soon the great lines carried in Hartford Our met chants are rollpble thglr stools are large and their pries are as low as can ba made on good geode Do your trading nt home t TRAINED MINDS r menThekeeping Shorthand and Account log has bom the means by which 12000 graduates are hOlding re- sponsiblo pOsitIons Hundreds nroItearning over 5000 p yxio We- wlil send full dubalisrognrdlng drates and course to young mon and women who will write us SpeucerJau CotttmcrcJ School Union National Bask BuU41nl 6th aid Mnin Stn LOUISVILLE KY IIe w r i