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Digital page images are linked to the text file. s artfer atpnbli anf 1 Fine Job Work DEVOTED TO TilE INTERESTS OF ALL TIIF PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription 1 per Year e VOL XXTII HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY ICY FRIDAY DECE1LBE1t 2191 No20 OWENSBORO HAS ANOTHER fiRE j I Entails a Loss of Over 16OOQO L Conflagration Demolishes Big Store of Pierson Dry Goods Co and F C Brown and Co s Owensboro KyDecLrho Plarsan- dry goods storo ald to store of F C Drown Co wcra oomplatoly demolished within an hour after nn- aiarm of Ire was soundud at 8 oclock- Wodnesday ovoning entailing n lass that wil b3 In oxcSS o f160OO- OWthln a tow mlnutzos after thu firs d6partment was on 11w scene the Pterson block was a ma3S of Llamas and it was soon that the J1ml1dlr- jluuld not bi savtd The Uremm taught dtsperntely ItO confine the fire to ono sodlon of the store but it had gained suoh a hJAdwny that the effort proved futile Within halt an hour after tlta rtr was discovered the root and floors In tho bulldLn3 began tailing and sltortly afterward the unSupport- ed walls rising a shoee twenty feet tbovo the smaller building of Frank C Drown Coos etoro were soon to waver for a romant ai1d then to tall outward crashing through the roof of the smaller building and rev tluoing the entIrd atJr to n pare or 4blazing debris A high wind blowing from on the rlv4 out of tlo northwest made th flro ernextromoly fierca one and despite the tight made by tt Ir men they wore unable to boat back the tlanmcs and could do little otter than to hold the fire within the con flnco of tho PIrson building and prevent the tongues ot flame that leaped from the windows tram brldgtng SEoond street and aaaching e tho dopartmeat store of Anderson and MlcAte3 Lyddane Ray The building oacunlcd liy the 1lar son store was n thrua ory block In three dolrartntents and was one ofthe finest and bast business boosts in the city It having been oruotud only a few years ago and the interior havIng been refinished only a year ago following the fire which wrought such damago to the Pier son store on August Iii IOOD Thu building was valued at alll1Ox- lmatey 30000 by Mr A J Mitchell the owner who staled last night that ho had about 18000 Insurance on it The terrific heat of the Ire broke the glass In the windows of bat Mc Atoe Lyddalo and Rays store and the Andoreon Daylight store and was sogreat that the big plato glass windows Inlho fronts ot each of the shores wero broken The glass In the show windows of Iiardwloks Jewelry store nas also cracked The origin of the tiro Is not known 1as tho building was occupied unit 6 oclock When all of the clerks lutt the store and tho doors ware cloSed lJy the heads or the departments It required those remaining in the B are but a short Itmv ot complex ltler work and shortly after six oclock 1 the store was entirely dosortod Just where the flamEs originated Is not known but It is generally believed htoy started In the millinery department on tho second floor of the east section of the building Quick spreading hot ttho various other departmentS How Amp fire stamtal is not known but os the atock to the mnllnry department was constituted of dollc3toand flimsy fabrics It iegilired but 1lfiJW moments for that ontro seotiaai to ho In flames Tho throe story rooms on ate- hIIr wore connected by Jargtf arch waye giving the flames every access tote various socttona ofLho store Baird Suit Continued The suit of Dr AB Baird against- I Ohio county which was recetrty ru- aerSed by the Count of App30s was ca Itlnuod Monday sb the United Stat Dlshlat COurt at Owonsboro by Judge Evans Tho CourtofA peals reversed Judgo Evmis daersion Bit Cincinnati lwidlzig that the into seal On was void and thuS pl1coo- Uto pI tnWf in hcralltkudo crel- yhgt upon the clwms which be days c C ho had purchasod slxtoon or sven teen years ago Tho attorneys representing Ohio county last Monday morning onterod three dmportant mo- tlocso1n the case towit Oae to Sot asldo the ardor provlously entered agreeing to a court trial one for rr hearing on the domumar ItO thee petition and one to rfjlJulra the platnUff to tile n bill of particulars Judge Evans indicated that these motions wore too Imrrbut to bOl1318oo up on without time for coneldurotlClI1 and cottLaued the ease until the next term which Is In May 1911 Those presort t8 attorneys and witnesses from Ohio county weno M L lIlvr- ln C E Smith E M Woodward C Mf Barnett R E Loa SImmerman Judge R R Wooding Rowan Hol brook J P Forman Cal P Keown W S Tinsloy F L Felix Hartford J P Stevens and John H Iiarnes Beaver Dam G W Martin and J P Miller Cromwell S L Fulkason- Rcokport J W Bowling Davidson Jcsoph MclUrduy WcsttITfHd W Ellis Aotnavllle Mr Joe nl11nE1lt Hart ford was a mdmber of the Petit Jury and served In tho noted night rider case which was tried nt this term of court To Ohio County Poolers The Warehouoo at Hartford Ky will be OIIU for rChing Thursday Deoembnr 1 UilO It you want your tobacco to grade wall use care In so- ractin separato long from tho short the in medium sized bunlias All tm bacco pooled for llartford tQ be dolly ered har No tobacco TlCeIvd un less pooled with the A S of E To those that have Burley do not deity or that at prtzant t1m but will make arrangements later D FORD Chmn Finance Ccm- BOSTEOHA GLUB GIVES ELABORAITt BANQUET First Anauai Dinner Was Most Enjoyable Affair Given Here for Some Time Last Friday evening at the rCil 1tmcuof Mr and Mrs Z WaYM Griffin on Union strait the Bosbeoka- Club ge their first annual 11Jal1quI and It was without a doubt cue of the most daboratJ affairs that hu- bxon given In Hartford In many months The ostwka Club than ive- n a number of nlco entertainments since Its organlzatlcn nearly a year ago but noon have been as uiabor ate as tho one glen last wealth Ev cry detail was make perfect under the management ot Mrs Grit In who was assisted jn carving by- Mssos Margaret and wttb Marks and Mrs hooker Williams At nlnu oclock the guests and members of the club were called Into thu dining room for the ologltnt 81x course banquet which end ay 1130 The mneu was as allows I MENU Salplcan or Fruits Quail on Toast Scolloped Oysters Celer Olives IIclolus Vators Turkey Dressing Cranberry Jelly Creamed Peas Mashed Potatoes Spaghetti Rolls Coffee Fruit Salad Waters Dosteoka Cream Devils Food Lady DaIUmoro Cake Salted Nuts Mints Grape Juoe During thedlnner the followIng program wta carried out- ToastmasterlIarU1 D Thomas AddressToastmaster 1tosponse= hires A3ta Llloens- Bosteoka Club From the Boys VIowDr It J Bon Dostooka Club Frcoi the Girls VOewMlle Mina EUza KOIVD Short LodgthaEllis IL Foster BoysMiss Gertrude Wright Hat1tordJ Noy Hartforda Young LadleaW Fred Anderson Closing RomasksOtto Martin Tholo present wle ML ses Graoo Kuykeadollof Morgantown Iyffto Render Gertrudo Wright Fannyo- Whittiaghill Suslo Wright Verna t Duke Anna EUza Ktowh Ira Mills Ruth Riley Alta Likens Loratne Sul- lenger Alice Keawn Hattie Glenn and Bosale Taylor Messrs Otto Mann I H race J Bel WFrod Anderson Sydney Wlll1amsEstJl1 Barnett J Noy C1aronoiD rnard W1I1 Ellis N FOser Tthnbl21GUiesple HoonryGrirfin Andrew E Martin D Thomas I J CONFESSES NEVER REACHED POLE Dr Cook Declares It Impossible For Any Man To Demonstrate He Had Been to PoleRegion of Insanity New York Nov 30Dr Frederick A Ook las ccnCsscd This announcement was i ndu tnday hr Benjamin Hampton editor or the ma gains that raid 50000 for Commander Porrs story of his trIp to the North Pole In his own story the first In- stnllmcnt of which will npptnr to tllO January number of the Mao zlnr- DrI Cook tranlly admits that h dog not know whether hu roach+ d the North 13010 or not In Dr Cooks opening article deal- log particularly with thu psychology of his adventure the man who has barn alternately laudtl as the greatest explorer and denounced as Uk most colossal faktr of the age do Iclar I got to the North polo Per haps I made a tnotako IIi thinking I lid Puhnls h did not nmke a mis take After mature thought I con ttss that 1 do not know absolutely whohttr I rcachod the poll This may como as an amazing sttment but I am willing to confcs to thu world If by doIng so I can get an opportunity to prrsant my case Dy my case I nttiau not my mse ns a googra phial dlseovur but my case liS III man Much as the atlnlnnment of th1 North grope once mmnt to me sym t110111UIlIt to you It after reading my story yet say Cook Is sincere and honest has geno through months or isolation and plunger In order to reach the North pole lie le not afak bemtisChI1I story and j pioures the overpolvering ambition for exploration that b8Jt him until finally it euhutuatel In his efforts to reach time poplc He declares that at the time live convinced hlnmseltdhat ho had discovered the polo that ho was half mad Ito speat two and lonehalf years in this quest and dur- Ing that Period endured hangar and 11nbnlIanco any i Dr Cook declares that It would ho demolISlratas a region of insanity whero one cannot believe the tyiclcfCCCS gath ered by ones own oSi Cooks study of his own vitality Is described by those who have rod his narrative as aw ondortul piece of descriptive writing One of tho must remarkable Sao s brought out by his story Is that In nil the tlumo he has been away the shrewdest newspaper mon In the worM wero on his trail and tllltI- 1eW8palIS w vu offering sums that rangyb Into the thousands for the slightest definite news of his whJrc- aoouls but ho has never worn a dis guise and has nosier takon any unu sual precautions to conceal his identity Pant of the time JllI wife has boon with him and part of the time his children The latter cure now In a retreat In France while Dr Cook and his wife are In huropo Most of the time during hts exile rho has boon in IJondonIDr Cook and family will return to the United States December 22 In order to spend Christmas among their relatives p- HAt1Tl ORD COLLEGWNOTEi The First Term closed Wodnesdar Nov 23a d the Faculty and pupils enjoyed a wolldeserved holiday during Thaukl glvlug- Examlnatlon wore hold to all de partmenta at the close of the tong The following students made highest and second highest averages In their respectivee classs tor the term In the Collegiate Department Senior class Rhea Hatcher 955 Dovert Moseley 934 Junior Bessie IJud son 938 Ozona Moseloy 925 v 4 MildredElliott D6 Wllllam Moore 953 Among the boarding students that visited their homes during Thanks givIng were Misses Bessie Smith and Golda Cooper Cromwell Mary Elliott Little Bend Butter county Katie and Iris Elliottt Rochester Filydla Foster Nocrtiek Lula liar din PoInt Pleasant Andy Elder Centertown Forest Hardln Point Plrosi1nt Herbert Bell DuCord- Thon11s Morton island and Wilbur Rhodes Goshen Misses Lelia Glenn and Annie Allen Elgin are still out of school on account ot sickness Jesse Felix Is In school otter soy oral days absence Miss Lola Magan nncl James Ma gan have returned to school after a weeks absence Prof Smith spent Thanksgiving at his home In Madisonvlllo Miss likens at her home In Beaver Dam Roy Wood of Mayneld who Is holding revival srvieea ot th1 Baptist qhurch Rev Bruner city and ProC Carter weT JJensant iisltprs- Monday at chapel ltev Wood conducted the cxerclres and gave a splendid talk to the students on Es sinllals to SUOOOI- ISPIOt Hedrck was absent Tuesday afternoon on account of sickness Mr Rhea Hatcher substituted In his absence Judjo Glenn who was to address the student body Vednesday a m was uuayoidably absent but will ue present at a later date Mss Moseleys room will entertain Wednesday a m Dec 7 Friends and patrons of time school ere cordially innlted to be present PYTHIAN HOME TO HAVE EXTENSIONS Every Lodge in Kentucky Will Contributeuto be Completed by January 1 filii Knights or Pythias or Kn lucky arc nmking rtpld preparalons to Imlld an addition to tit pr sent Ilome In Ixlllgton which will bused IS a girls dorimltory and will cost 20000 or mar Time retut grand lodge In session at Shelby vlllu unanimously mlorlill the plan to erect tie building and the lodges from al lover htJ State are cooperating In nn effort to have the nddi lion cOll1llldtd In 1911 Time l lau agreed upou is that each lodge In time State will givd time amount secured from tlm first ten cmdldatls for the Rank of Knight hood to the Grand Lodge for time purpose of urcotiimg the girls dormitory which Is badly needd If followed out bran time lodges In Kentucky the plan twill give time order an Increase In membership ot- 2OOO will increase the Income of the hone 1000 annually and will make the fixed income or the lodges 10 000 more than at present b sides providing sufficient capital to bultd the homo Before the meeting ot the Orahd Lodge forty or fifty of time lodges had heartily approved the plan nnd at the meeting overt representative voted for It Agrearnents have been sent out by Grand Chancellor R L- Slade and Grand Keeper of records and Seal J W Carter and about sixty lodges have already signed them An effort will be made to secure rho candidates before January first In order that the work may be rushed as rapidly as posslbletrAt the present tlmo term are thirty girls in the homunnd more room Is needed Thu bys have ample ac- comniodations The work on the neW building probably will bugtn ns early In the spring as thu weathor will lior- mit ThinksHe HasFound Swifts Mine People in Wolfe county think they iavo found Swifts silver mine again It was lost 150 years ago In the Ken tueky mountains The Rev wnliam Spencer who lives n few miles northwest of Campton found specimen of ore on his farm that sparkle and glitter like chunks of silver nuggets The article cxhlbltod looked to he conglomenttfon of load zinc Copper glass and mica Spun or says metal are to be found In abundance throughout his section I WENDllNfi TRIAL GOES Jt QUICKLY Nine Important Common wealth Witnesses Heard Father of Little Kellner Girl Tos tifies Aunt Identifies Clothing louINll1t Ky Nov 30lhu 1end- ling case proeeedtd rupllll to day InI quick succession tile cOlllmol1alth- plucd nine wltnsss on thu stand Fred F Kllner father or the murdered Alma Kullur salsenian for Frank Fehr Brewing company Ihs at 507 East Broadway Ho testified ho saw his daughter leave home Dlmbr S for church and that lie trade IIll1gIIt1Larch for her when she failed to rturf home In r e pnns to questions of attorneys fur d crime lie said he did not sew the body found In time czllmu of St loins old schoolhouse and that lie did uut at- tsad the burIal liss lIaueth Rentrul and aunt of Alma Kllncr testilicti that she pr lard the child fur church 111t- JCLd the gauntlet gloves Joust uu- der the church as Almas glow anti piece of stocking mid sho as hdea- Ural to Ones worn by tea little vier the W U 1ouuts druggist ttt llacocck street and Broadway said hI saw Alum pass his store enrouto to church time eventful morning Ion hN John Valia of 1012 Staveps- l avenue says ale saw the child In the seromni paw on left aisle or elmreh out saw a man ausworlng end lings I1SC1IJltlun conc out of 11w- saerlsty and place candles In church She said that she left Allan alone In church with time Janitor wIth the exception of two lalllUl In thbulllll- ng V R Augustus a null arrler- viii tcupmalutthl with Alma K011ma- rItsliflad lw env her walking In lIan cock str ul passlimg the itttem4 often of Gray strt before 10 oclock on nmoriming of Decanmb S- 1fms Elizabeth Doll of sea Sontlm Clay strut testified she saw Alma Klhhr enter chuiehi and later sa- whr on the earlier of Clay and Val nut streets hut she ctll lint say whether the girl rutl1lolwd to lie church Mrs Rose Staubll1 of 12 t Market street salll site attnd d srvhco at St Johns church December S In company with Mfrs Graohle and that the janitor was watching the child closely She said that the girl was alone to tmo d1Urch when she departed Father George William Schulunann feaster of St Johns church dlSCrilwd- lito furnace room lie sid that Iw detected a peculiar odor In thod1Urch following Alma Kellnrs dlsappear anco and that when he asked Iund ling about It time janlor replied am burning old rags In htm furnace To the Burley Poolers We havo no arrangements to re- celvo Burley tpbince at llartford but have made arrangements to go Into the Burley pool at Owensboro and will be enabled to get better prlecn than could get hero Dy all ply1ngto T F Tamer Grader or D Ford and get a statement releasing you from pool hero and pr1vUlge of going In pool at Owensboro call on Soorotnry Green River AssocIAtion and present your statement and ho will toll you whore to dolhel D FORD Chmn Finance Com Hartford K WEST KENTUCKY SEMINARY NOTES Nov 30in behalf of our faculty and student body of the W K S I bid you a most hearty welcome to visit our school any time and hope you may not be disappointed In our efforts to entertain and please you while with us Your presence le an Inspiration and pleasure tQ us alike appreciated by both teachers and students Time little primaries are hard at wortand have entered Into It with and spirit which have made them howling successes from their babyhood They will have chargo 1 of the opening exercises next Mon day morning The Intermediate folks under careful training are In fine shape The preparatory people are well up In their work and rendered us nu excellent program last Monday morn Ing at chapel The W K S basket ball team no doubt will play the Owonsuoro IlIgl1 School boys December 10 The Literary Club will give a play at the school hall Saturday evening leccllher 2 entitled Out In the Sreuli STIDENT- I O 11 Bev IUII1tll1 The box luncheon given under the auspices of time Woodmon Circle at the home of Mr and Mrs L M Lewis of Nucreek on Thanks Ivhmg eve was much enjoyed The dht- hrg room was artistically decorated In groen sad red while over the cen tor or the table Dung a hire whh bone The boxes were auctioned off to the highest bidder after whIch all retired to the dinhmg room wimere de licious luncheons wore served Quite a nice little sum wasona1l7ed Funny wishes and answers were the attractions of tho evening A MEMBER Killed in Runaway Miss Xavier Burch daughter or Dee Burch of Whit svllle died last Friday afternoon front injuries sus- talued by being thrown front a buggy when the horse b camw frighten ell and ran away She died thrs hours after the nceldnt which happened while on hr way to church Among the Lodges llartford Lodge No OJ p A M- will have work In the third drgre at time regular meeting next Monday evening All members and urgel to attend Hartford amp No 2021V 0 W will take hart In time inltiaton of 150- 0eandldatuy mitim Green RIver e4lmp Nu 13 at Owensboro January SUI This will bo a great occasion LUll reduced rates un all railroads mn b socurtd for those who dudrto attend ore Rough RIer Lodge No 110 K of P elected the following officers nt the regular nurethmg lust ruesday night for the next tern 1 C J B Tappan V C H E Brown Prd ate V R llalrlck 11 of V C ML Barnett Ml of FLums II 11Illiamus- M of E James Lyons K of R S J Noy roslr M A Jena Hooter I G Jams GIlIt pie 0 G S A Anderson IHllbr or Beard of- Control J T Moore RENDER Nov 10lrs ii lit burs was- lu Beaver Dam last V dncsday Simon Stephens went to Central City last IVednesday to bo tlhe gut t- of hIs parouLs Mr and MUs lames Stephens for Thanksgiving D W Owyn W T Ingram Eddie Hess and J It larnagin were to Contra fly last Thursday i Mr and Mrs John Hosllns weut to Olaton Lt Thursday Mr and Mrs Mack Allan went to horse Branch Friday harry Mercei of Pnducah und Camp bell Banks or Central City were here Friday Dr hi lit Inntll wont to Elkton Friday on business and returned lone Saturday Sane Janis Jr Walu Itaker anti Mrs Ella Knsy Were In Biver Dane Saturday Ed Shooters w Jnt to Own8bol Sunday John and Ira Sanders wont to Beaver Dan Sunday Miss Anna Millard spent Sunday and yesterday In Echols L T Millard was It Beaver Data yesterday Harrison Baize welt to Simmous yesterday Travis N Davis ot Beaver Dam was here today Scott Millard left today tcr Lin ton hid Mrs R J EnglebY Is VIsiting In Herrin ill hasIThe mine hero lit tender la not and has not buen working very steady of late owing to shortage or railroad cars They only worked eleven hours last week Miss Manila Millard La now convalescing nicely attar a serious attack of typhoid tovea for time last six I wools Dr H D lanes was theo at tending phsclan d1 rrCr t i ft t SilVERY STORY FROM PPADUCA- Flo I lans Figure Carries Child Od Trench Town Has a Ghost sad Aged Black Man Tells Story of Tragedy nsIdrotr of 1Idvcah In the syr- tkm j about PWOUh and Stonro j trJI are Iweh cadred ovr tb 11JJrt tba for UM heat fitw Wgbt5 the gt4WUkr tgure of a womaa UT71lg a babe has b i swan ruWfJg Along the str at Sn the Dghbnbood Nays tho loM1ucah Noxs nrJCnLtIThe 11JrJt W been saa byt3v j Ural prtple sud thew tHJWS to I- clo DO i lit sw v dYt fan ihrrts ale our OT trmetbhg j ru itng on Wr stunttha Sa myifing the lrrs pie of thatJJo1t i of tho city Accordg to tlnh grJQ1 IJJle 00 have s a UJlJ ghret chi Unknown 14E to appurance evcy ughi Btu ul of IL WUbcr1t any rnraln Aloe fur 1u earaDCofi WJ Thing tea tr n flitttg along the mddla- of i elM street So far no lineralXs Arihmlod but nullcJ say the Nr- r I x a tdlahlt tJIJ sat1o r of ttbe- i7 wb AM User ghoul ben ls hanging e O llnce do nrt errs to Ventuty on U awAa afftr 11 clooktA few at4 Ji ago trxno rline pdaNk LaId Ja walt Tor w t III as effort to tJrA out t- Lirae c the strange apltsrklrm Jmd- t3 II4arof 1t the wandeinr was seas W awur aemr Juh and- 1fo0me srt bs Moving nlnng wYh- a fildiaL movelaent It w30 wad oa- lfoaroe wMU JlaJrterJntJI MrK wiu- rmrrlsd ahf1 It turned wrorth At Cktt uoft tt Wrnd back east and w as far ma Twelfth wha U HfaJ- 1W wroth AU this time the tail- had kept a wale dlMar bblad oat wins lac rohvl Twtlftll and day thIS pc JIM dIlBIIJuA 1be ghat ban till appearau rj of a lo0tx womaa of medium statue and wen lorIDotd Her face III eovarwi by UJIII white crtrring thatmhiids- lia tody and the fti tsrul cannot bit ems A wet of pah thus Ilght aetns- to Mi from the flsnre u It u- ppstxJ floss along tJ1r strueh Int lJtU1ieu1wa the JhIAt 1ft Mks aril oltibf rkuas hut h theUkuttvw sad fur the MrriIl4l part of tie Auto tldK tm the tllfVllI baby that Lit Wowaa sales In bur arms 11k babe ill otaspod close to the i wvl8rla bQWJrII and nmer inakrsi a rnad Ai the alparinon fIIlfI along a U lJurrtbl to tultill un uugage- Meat th J Duly sonrri that la mall w a low rb a wh4 tht haJJ fm- drllwa In quickly wh n one ii lien rrnra or C1Jway riwow IIILVp IIe liven as- n ilte lass t of tkt ILllpaldo but the IDOtIt plauafhk UIII L dint gi- err be IncI Jf1rY KIcobra au old Nowro 111111 aul rsrsd In itufucah sad at ois ttnur rawtu4l IJr IIIIt of thn cites Mrsltby ftunill s bolo fL wult Aiwordhrg to tt story told by Uricln Jerry the m oetron now known rim french Iowa and Oncupti d hy No- wuk wss ion frwl at on Limo n- rffJlIIJh mUl nonL Szaal wall In ilo I Preach tlllalllffl lived In Jutt riolgli bJ13rerNhIJ Ii1Tit ono of tl1Wt famlllut rued the belle of Uru WIlli n IHIIIUful nclghlrlJuooI ohlld flits weul 11111111011 ybnur nlllI of lLoothl city lliu umb h was ccntndtcd on clod Oil find nu doubt thu young pxpltvculd have 11t rtuurrd raid pviJ dstgpily- uvu uttr alt is the usual nrutllf1r- hi ucir rctuunrus hUll fur ern In- frnt d UmL ndncdl ingothe Impn IKlflIhIf1i nlKIll fill thu cuubratio dOlJ- lIlIIt 111M lurd tOlllU ail tJJ INJldhll party IUIIIIlIIhtI Attar tJlQ atnunany- u rWIIIlion IIIW hall wut to ho thoLd in the lei house Thu hour for tILJ1 JTI stony Laud cumo hut no groom appuur- o 1 Thu Clltrlumy botrn tto yJlLfllr a- tlee ueluy und Uiun grow LIIIIlJontI hilt still no hrlrJroolil flu could nut II foun4LThu eras pustprnud III- 110prIH that would finally orrlvo cuul give an account of himkelr hut the I dugs and utoutut roll1d by untJl an otiwr ytdir had paswarl Still 110 bnlde groom JIVO years lator another wUIllIng e party had nslnnbiedl In tJo oM diners 1 ltnuglt rlv years old rtlurbrldowds- nunq the lush faIr In tho uLrly days afher Umtllolnl1l1 IJt rim turd raid oho could purer lrwo again but years had put nil und W Lath grlcf nerd situ- vns 3o wail lLncdtho- r5ho I happy roullio Went to thingnJ the homo of thu room awl so rr3vtd along woll until tJmtO ybara- i 1 1 ij 4 c U 1yt rvKox Ai MtMk3rantr rG o Isad paced Then the nsis lag groom I cane fer lib bride WWI hls ntran e riu explaalatlm of his- aed acelove for binecxml back to th heart or the WmM1 M waa W haTe xta Upon the day on which he was to trxnrtiaingerei Ills rul2Uves knew nothing of his approaching mtrrl3 u he 11ria1e1 to surprise thtw and ah Lau Dame cut of his lever with aU- mesnorI or We past destroyed he wu Nath when U was LOd he 15 regaIn his former soIL I He had wandered for to the Oorth- I and farther sJtl Eight years t- I Jo the gTUit North Foods she mini 5 of the Klocdyka and In furrow Ing he ttats of the Yukon had pas51 100 Wore be suddenly realntd mtrra the thought of the ill h I 13 to lava wed and now h had I ICODIn claim s bride tta to 11Jt aI lie I1ngtcd la the dy and m wnnl tInos at SJ fULC aha playa to clalnt hts brie Was it OIS1 A ernek rflYr IUlol In and a tbig of the Prat tat UV to1 aba who Is now Twelfth EUt to- po6nt a near Dxarlx ay whir w tuod- sllghty to the + nst and IOrA throng looIlblaildThe Near Twelfth sad Monroe strs IUS is I5 pee a bridge Ass the brJd azd alUo to ins w thv Icr I m mould must oltlm n sigh- tiara The woman currier 2100 baby that its crirE a mistng its moths- awld not arotxe the hcJQbold aDd eu tHn oflira elscyj And Eo the mesting ooattusd era- JI on night when to woman mach fJd top U sting 11w ah3 to11d h- for r 4fJ11d blrd to th heart Her h1UlJad hr1 I arced 0 Iflu Tert lass Prlaht td and frantic shphur- riot to rLOr tlODM and fn tIO doing I Wit tsay nlljg Wo bridge In Ute darkmes of the night sh tutu bled lato the creek and was drowned t wkb bar baby iThslr bvdl a wre waver r ovrcd- and i wording to Vide Jerry the alarn1lugare th r3 whos spirits are cmpell- 3i t Uf rum the earth Cheap Clubbing Rates WI have made an arrangement with the pubilibers of the Inland Farmer If lJuI8IIII whereby we are enabled v furnish The lIartforo RPIlutJllcan and that paprr one year for ljI I The Inland Farmer Is a weeklyJwr Il1I gird one of the bit farm paper j publlahed In the Unlttt Stata Ou raders should take advantao 0 this offer U Keeping Healthy Krep chxrtui hunting trouble ruler more LeTV I than trouble what It arrlvnup t Mfntl1 tuts mak morl hTIoclJondrlac than dons lmactnaUoh overwroughI IGep physically active Tillt tner- Klrl who hurt tI move lm UH1ULII piJUh t atnwlurabout IL r laoith- K thI fll clJIEIII Thu ctou INtwta Um ores of th HlIII gild surd Ii a11 ht not con ihlur cl car full enough Ku tI fnt tTJiwd Theo s nrrthin- Ilku l fad or an otJJct In life to pu aches anti pains into thu back round Keel buoy The satanJc animhi provided fur Idle luvnda t3 hallo known titan tho phya1eil inincld that howl h thu wOUlan with Urn think about her boalth- KUI your fort warm Moro col 1M lrtiua through thu nnkhn Oum Sn any other way Ur do not l1n In low nhotss all Lau wiukr- KJlI away rout rup I OIL girt dUfrvo all till satdriiir tiny gu for Ulu doslug habit Vals nuru all btka utdlelne tusk IeJ n curb tI1 y err tiiuJ L OvurLtng Sa the JII A tuagu the girl who ntufa uw r into c chys for It In had h its a 1in dl patlott prhall1 tut noIt hJj tinier ions KuclI out of IlJt1tSOIl 1tWntI- Iko cool vy troubkn to w rry oho to dO1UI Caro will kip the nInolived cat and what glvtJi hors CLIo than a bunch of debts with no money tOI ant la7 Keep smiling For No matter lww thing t go To rmedy sJeknMS and blues Youll find one rollicking Ila lila la worth a thousand too JI003IDo the right thing If you lave Nasal Catnrnh Got Elys Cream JJalm a Iont touch the Catarrh New- n and snuffs for they ooufialn coming Elys Crcarn Balm noloasus the searotlalu3 that inflame the no all 11UISlges and the throat whore WI mcsllalnus undo with morcur moro ly dry till tho sceruilons had luavv IIwOTdmooy not I dclurdon All llruggifts CiO onto or mailed by lyJ1rohorsi CiG Warron Smut Now York A t1 1 r 3Rrr ti xq + ELEVEN MINERS 1ARE ENTO IBE I Providence Kentucky Scene 1ofDisaster tNew Apparatus in the Charge o Experts Rushed From Evansville Providmcr Ky Nov Za1VIth a moving clap that rockYd the gntUzd ffro tulles the mouth or the Prod dice Ung Compatrya weds a tif mitrs3 north of this Itwe 1Vehat- eoxtaty town ckscd like a tomb up oa slaves cool dIggers faits this of- tanonn are whin men nine ncgto ITW0 chance for hUe Ss a sledcr for It they airslue the stif Lavagr I kept tAck relaUn5 frantic to begin l as attempt at rscu they trill face the danger or scarvadon I Interior of the shalt 1s chok- ud solid Flrewhfch followed the explosion It was at first feared would proveni I any effort W Xpwre the wsockud flawI onralo1 pumping air Into theIIIn of the mine An acearnwlation of gas Is thought trJ have lie m the cause for the ds aster So tr1l1c was the explosion j that a mule standing patlenttly at i the bottom of the excavation ninety I feet down was 1lftrid like II shot uA thrown fifty ft atove the surface the ground lotTwo men who W i In th tippl high rJI the shaft escaped dnth i mlraeulously for everything la the IxtUi ofhe debris was smashed to atoms They managed to ruifaln n hold on the trams Work and w x- helped I to the ground practically un hurt The air tan wvss totllly dw stnyedMen and women who came running from all directions whn the I boom or tt uxlloalon told of the dlJa wure forovd back by a lnlIIdhrts The wife of Wcl y Fugate wIthI her five small children ono of baby In antis about her was one of hllefshe beeante hysterical and hind to bo carried hOlllit Thu fatter and mother of Edward Vaughn who is unmarrft1 were no tifled and drors at a gallop front their home in Clay a hw inlla from 1rorldincr The ramluu 0- 1ihj nine Imprisoned n groeaar gather about the rtrance wrlllging thlrIxl sad crying darkness fell Uw whole pop IJIforu of the Ii4Ut clay und sur farming country had ass nn bled about Ute minu th1 ntin anxiously voluntrring to go down arid itart In the work of rfSCUO lheweo of howeverts sectar lilt keeping aU at a distance Profto+ HlluJ that official amid Ydhro dassistants to Provldvicoon the firs train They carried with them the now rescue apparatua upon which rafts tlo Lou that the stun may be- CLhen LUt aoV- ctroJlH who Lave explored thu Providoitcu workiigs say there wst1U hrilprLoni1um4e way UtLuVll lIy way d a slope nomo digI tarcu from rue IIIU b 4m s 4et- Lougtt howoVol Usa uy cf thu oluIu OU acuaht u Wt4 tithe lor sutIcroniUy u teach the ocher exact If In act UokJY ll o 1f1 alive Wlile IIImurd huv dus4re tljQl the- uaster wiac uuo to eu oxplcslon 01I an accumulation or mlllit glIB tho- ordcoLa of thu IIdldJIICO company hold a different vtaH Tho wnuugor who hurJdod to lhiJ scuno from Lox lngton declares toot tho WOllkWb8I woro Hover dangerous sourou and that the premature ox- plcalan ot pqer or a wIndy Ibll13tJ1ng shot must have boon the caUSe Professor Norwood said tonight that It WWI ovldont from the vtvy heavy d1mll that flows from tboHlhaft that UO gas theory la tho moro 11 f hplyfho Proldunco mlno Js In the distract over which As3slant Min In hisIhotidgaartvis lmuudlatuly lJu was unable toutl llzo Las rescue appaytua not hoing- amiliar withl Ita USJgo Tonight ordarl edLos app ataa to be deut red here sad added to tM equlpmeathe ghtfrom Lexla ctDalJe Ol work aided by lL W ptc tor ol tile Central City dtstrlct His equpmpt arrlva3d ehortdy sttcr 8 oclock tonighL- Fvrtbor help Is also expoctod from W6 government for the United States Bnrew of 3ihea as a rrscus station 111sbedfexpected bsu by daybreak Hows ThiS Ve otter One Hundred Dollars Reward tor any case of Catarrh that cannot ho curod by Halls Catarrh Gera p J CHE EY Co Toledo O- We the unddSlgnoo have mown F J Cheney for the last 75 years and belIeve him perfectly honorable la all business traDsactloDs and Ilaaa dally able to carry out any obUp- I Lions made by his firm 1VALDlNG HINNAN MARIO- Wh01emle DruI Tolooo 0 1HaUs Ulbrrb Curo is taken favs Dally acting directly upon tthe blood and mucous surfAOO of the system Testimonials sent frog Price 75 ooata per bottle Sold by aU Druggusts- I Take Halls Family Pills for constipation m Do Something IYOmg man do not stand yawning on the threshold of a glorious future that is brJmfull of golden opportunftirs and untold wrnlth In Its hiddQ rcessnsawait lug for development by an application of your mind and musrli but pull off your coat up wlh your 5100sI spit on your hands takz arol your energy from Its slothI- ful and lazy laellnatioa and Invhat WUl1th the world wlll ytola you The coming years are big with possf bllkrs and as chuekfull or glorious i antccts as W milky way Is atrtxn with stars or the sunny lands with Tessa The way Is open for ejlone and you are invited to Mop In take your place cwt your part asI some some responsibility maker your mark and raise such a dust In the atmospbore about you your fioWI growlllg companions wlll hose sight I or you and go mourning as one dad to them There la much you can do doI1ag Is the favorite of for un You may not be able to wrIte n beautiful IllOtIm n touching sonnet or die ut starvation but you can tr nevi be aIout with It and In five years go to Europe In your own special car As the strawberry salll to the box There III always room on top Ex Death Roll of Senate larch GFortntJr United Stat l Senator T C Platt New YcrkIJunJ 28United States D lcEII1Y Louisiana Juno 2JUnited States Senator Jno sv Daniel Virginia July 31Iorlller United States Sen ntor John G arllscKmtucky October IUnited Statzs Snator elect N D Drowrd FlorIda October 15United States Senator Jonathan p Iolllvtr Iowa October 2oJorm United States SOIator D D hill New York November 13UnitoOl1 States Sena tor A S Clay Georgia Hancock laterHawesville Ky Nov 2GDr Goo II Plitt of LuwlsJlOrt mumbor of the lower house of the Kuntucky Log Maturo from Uanccck county was found dead In hla bed at thu Hayden House at an early hour Tu day moruing As Q phyeican It twas usual fur him to como end go froquuatdy during the night and wham rho had suvunal times failed to respond to his tOlopono call little was thought ur lJy those at the hotel wlllvIUt that orhaps ho was out Mr Black toro the proprietor finally discover ud that lira horse and buggy were at hones and ho went to liLt room and made the dl8covory toot ho bad pass uJ away during Uto night Thu un dortakors arc of the opinion that her died about 1 oclock Dr Plitt was subject to epilepsy It Is known that ho sufferod this for years It Is bolioved that n spoil of this charactur Dame upon him when hu died in bal Hv was found lace downlwnrd and ovl tautly smothered rho COVer was outerlim carvtWly A Dreadful Wound rom e knife gun Un can rusty nail fireworks or or any Other nature dwrnands prompt treatment with flucklona Arnica Salvo to provcmt blood Poison or gallgronu Its the aurhwounds8orcx Skin Erup4onsLcoma Chap pet Hands Corps or Putty 25c tit all druggists i m r I i TITUS f PRINT YOUR l CARDS NOTE HEADS ENVELOPES if POST CARDSr F BILL HEADS BLOTTERS LETTER HEADS PROGRAMS STATEMENT HEADS SHIPPING TAGS CIRCULARS LABELS 0 BOOKLETS 1 TOOK FORMS ORDER BLANKS CATALOGUES MORTGAGE BLANKS DEED BLANKS Superior Quality Prices Reasonable Let Us Submit Estimate on Your Next Work AU Work Guaranteed THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN Phone r o22 tHartford Ky l iTT T it SEND YOUR BOY TO i tMatheny Batts it+ ELKTON KENTUCKY ColgzIfrom more than thirty tows in Kentucky tirid friilrl six Suutlirn r44 states Equipnl + 111 Fill ulI 11t 45 000 Elcctl i ilt lil 1t1lllil IIput r 4 Hot and Cpld lill hI ifttrl l tiur 4 roundings pxriIHt NI flllhthlisjExtremely limit Iii ul lat ittil 3 000 spent On linirrrl i llPlltF this summer We take bobs lrom 12enrs oj age up If you want your boy ca i trained send him t011S andsend hIm whIle he is young The nineteenth year of the Li school opens Sept 7 4 Write for illustrated Catalogue Jo2 Address All Communications tot MATHENYp BATTS eG t44 4- f 1fe 1K + ro 1t DISTRICT SCHOOLS t PASSINfi AWAY r fnsloidat n Supplanting x4 = Old System I Better Teacher by New Plan and Students Get Better Training 20Tltcdeastrlckexistence and already Is a thlng ot I tradition In n large part of Ull- Unltod StltlS according to n bullt tin Jszued by the Dclrartment of Ag rloulturo Ttao district achoollharticu early In the mlddlo wtst Is givIng way to the eona311dat rural sahoul to which tho children or the rll1111 no longer trudge Iinuor pall lu bytooho cons3lldate1 school Is un 11- 1I ton In whIch the schools of sovoral districts are mrgoJ Iacln- is I housed In I building or tho typo euppertal Jn largo conmlUnltloGwrlls IUallficatialljthan xItorlslvoforded Immediately to the high school I Nearly 2000 consolidated I rural schools aupplaat11tg 8 vt1 tlll1sl thAt numbor of dlsttict Ichoo1s now cxperlment1has mIned Theso schools lrod Into tho agricultural high school stntQ colj nnl111umtlannlly linked wIth the farm home and fart affairs That n largo proportion or Limo well ProXUoo consolidated school pupil would ontar agricultural high Schools I or collog S can scarcely be moro a matter ot doubt than that In Ooirsol dated schools more oemlJltnry grad uates pass Into tho high school Thu evolution ot tt r rural school into I the conoll darscJlOOl1a1liha rnpidlty mUltllllylng large stx ondary agricultural hIgh schools and I agrIcultural courses In local high Iclwols aro completing that bridge rho largo Warato ngrlcultuml high schools wIth courses Qf study suit nlo for pupas who lutes had tile I ndmntngo ot pro score or throe high school yoara in the co nso1ldatedscbealfs- oeml especially adapted to supplo mont the abbruviated high school CoUr3 ot the oonsolldatod school The ultimate SUCCOO8 ot the agricultural high school Is largely dtgren- dLlrt upon that of the consolidated school The pet ont expendlturo lit ov6r 1000000 annually for public con voyanoo of country school children suggcsts that the AmerIcan farmer Is SOOlollschool organize ns n country uro j school Is to be a substantial part or I Its foundaUoniA Wqmans Great Idoa Js how ttl make herself atttractir l But wttliout hlRlUl It Is hard for her to bo lovoly In feou form or temper A weak sIckly woman will be norvows nUll irritable oestIimI ton aild 1Cldnoy poisons show In llllllllles blotches skin erupUons and 1 a wretched complexion But Iauctrle Bitters always provo a Gods nd to anti LIVIorro strong nerves hrilgl1t oyoa guru Vreath smooth velvety skIn lovely complexion good health Try then liOc at all druggists nl The Woman Who Understands BY MRS EMMA SMITH She Is amiable apruclaUve pure and candid In all things Her Intuition cnablus her to judge lOrroctJly- Qt ones charaotur and motives whether the one bo pure and the oth er just and moral And thIs Is tile woman who understandsnot alone through and byh lntolloct and her otIUOOItlon but bocnuse ot her own Inherent oodncsa and purIty Is always young The 4progressive woman seldom grows old for olio Is the woman who understand She understands intuitively this full moaning and mission or 110 tohelp and encoumgo btbens- o abide by the Golden RuleW labor for the uplift or ma iklndto1- iako the world better for our hay nng lived in1t The woman who rtue to advance dates the wy of her youth fiomn tho thuproSl rVcrU She Is varn ltto loml i r 4 U and to tlounsel and pdviso tar the good of all Lllto n bright morning sho inspires for the good Llko the- gnneral rays ot sunlIght she maIm nil phxtsant and happy WQsurfr tndurJ and grow strong and our ri1M Is born of our wrong Thus the wotnaa who wldurstnnds Is- IUI their prtaect blessing to tide over tho rough places of 11fo nod to glvo- us wisdom and moral courage to make tie luost or ourselvcq In all that Is high noble mid spIritual Candor mud good nnture go far toward oradicating vlclous propuasiUess Indeed one must be hard and ill corrigible if klrulntss rails to Iwln- Wm to the bettor waya of life Alt the woman who und JrstandS baa mind finbuod wIth thu b utlrul- qnd tho true whIch makes llfu Worth the living So ninny flowers ot fertilu seedings rail t So ninny neon forever fat na man The rose is ovur sctrcu along the traIl And mOil are needed forward In the VAn Yes real men bravo anonmen of thought and actionmon who aro trying to nmalco tau World bettermotu- nited Ln th holy bonds of matrI mony to wnnen who undersand how to ntako better men and how to aid lit the cstabIIihlng Qr n Divine Civilization and n Pure Religion under Uro Love and Brotherhood of- Man anti Fatherhood of God I Carlisle Buried at Covington Covington Ky Nov 5Ta be laid to rest among the scoies ol hIs youth and many or the activities or his life the body or John G Carlisle three tlmoo Speaker of the House United States Senator and Secretary ot the Tnwsury arrived hero today from Washington where It has reposed in n vault since hIs death re curtly Tito body or Mrs Carl1s1o Is bing brought him rrom New York and funeral services for both will bo held In thIs city next Tuesday OrulDg to a deplorable mlsuUlItr stAnding the body of the former Sec rotary ot tho Treasury arrived here thIs morning unexpectedly and wIth out being Jdentifkid was placed In IIn ordinary twagon and hustled to to office ot on express company Inter UIO mlstnkll was dLseove red and attar having been carted about the city for sonic tine tit casket containing tIle body was removed to Its tlosUnaUan Tllo botIlos of Mr and Mrs Car lisle will be burled beside their two sons Logan and William K In tlw Covington cemetery Children Cry FOR FLETCHERS CASTORIAResolutions Whereas the great mid suprome ruler ot the univusu has In his In finite wisdom romavlll from among us ono ot our worthy and trlteemud follow laborers RaM M Duncan und Whereas the long and intimate ru- btlon hold with him in the faithful discharge or hIs duties In this So- cloty make It eminently befitting that we record our appreciation or lam therefore Resolved that the wls dam and ability which ho has exer- dsall In the aId ot our orgnndza lion by sorvloe Congratulations and cotutsel will bo held In grateful re mombranceRtriolvttl that the sud len removal or such a life from nJllohg our nddet leaven a vacancy and t shuktw that w1l be deeply rsallzed by nil Uit members and friends ot this orga- nintton mid wl1 provu a sJrWus loss to time community mid Ut public Resolved that with deep sympa thy with the btiruaved relnUvea of the deceased wo express our hope that oven so great a loss to us all stay bo overruled for good by Him who doutll all things well Resolved that a copy or these rcuolutians be spread upon the roe orals or this organization and a copy be printed In time local papers and a copy forwarded to tku boroovoo faun lIy A J WAKELAND- A THORPE L E IIERRELCommlUeo Do Yoy Know The Sharoones- In a lottat to Governor Willson a dent of Jacksonville ill asks tar lnformatlan regarding n family named Sharoom o aupposod to be In Yentuoky The letter states that they are hairs to a large estate loft by a woman who recentlY dIed In that place The hirn are fetid to- bo uJooos elM iaophows of the Oman whoso maiden nao roams ShnlWlJ but who was wanted throe Rimes GoY Wnt80n Id not know any family by the mmo gtyort but referred tho matter to the nmowspa- poraChlldrwn Cry FOR FLETCHERS CASTOcIRIAayeMN JESSE JAMES HAD DOUBLE IN KENTUCKY Allen County Man Bears Resem- blancc to Despc ratio There Js hardly a school boy In Kentucky who Is not tamlllar with time hLttory ot the xploits of the James broliers who for yOrs tnrror- Izca various ttlcns of Uw CrUd States by robbing mall ItmIns banks and cltZms Associated wth hint wore the Younger brothersCoke Bob and Jim Youngerwho rauro finally convicted and given long terms In the I niteimUary ot sUhwntr Min notaBut that Jesse James had a doubltJ who lives niovus and has his being In Al4n county and whose rtalent blanco to the Missouri bandit woo so striking that lie was one convicted and acttaueed to a prison trnl Cora crime LOU1mlthl by hint is not so well known hut It Is Uu nevertheless The recent publication regarding tliu effort to IN ride to In duce the Federal Goverumott to make of Uio Mammoth Cu u XaUona- liark recalled the story to an old tinier who recited It In the following languageTho James boys were often In Logan county after the close ot the l Civil War and had n rendezous on Red River rear the town ot Adair vllle Travel to Mammoth Cave was them entirely overland tram Cave City and so heavy ws the traffic and constant tie visitors that Mr McCoy Jlru1uttor of thu Maluntoth Cave stngo mate pn Immense fortune out or tiro traWl Ono ot his most trusted helpers and lleutoants was- Mr P W Depp who for the past dozen years has bon Chitf Eugi- neer of tiu Kentucky Branch penitentiary at Eddyvllle On ono ocro- ston Mr DIIIJ turnd over to his chief 1606M the result or onodays travel to and from the cave Sonic- oytxtts ago Mr DllIll complied a pUICret facsimile or Uw old sta coach which figures lu Uw fmueous robbery It was a mlnaturo coach and was placed Oil exhibition at tie Worlds Pair at St Louis Time bandits evldcmtly Learned of the midi pickings to bo secured by robbing the Miuuutoth ave sage and planned a raid Ou the wanting or the rohby the stage left Caw City with only four passengers Judge Roumiltreu amid daughter of Mt Sterling Ky antI two Southernersone from TennlS sew and the other a citizen of Alabama Cousideablo booty was tat ln front the vIctims among other valuables a gold watch belonging to Judge Roundtree and a diamond ring belonging to his daughter Thu robbers made good their escape and for several days no arrests wero made Goorge Hunt then a celebrated local du eetivo at Bmlstown- UrrlStlll a plan whose nlI11O was Thomas Hunt und whoso blrtIllllaco has bon credited to Simpson ooumity on l charge or being implicated In- tho robbery Hunt was carried to Glasgow us the robbery was toni mlttl bforo the stage Irossul the 1111jailleslenced In gesting tie victims of i lie robb rs to Olnagcw to tstify- as the Kentucky law at that tii i- unade lrGJIIIOIIIH for tliz iaynhdmt of- ndlectge for wltnmltII intro IL ISUllC lied nlrlm lust doetlnotlltoed The Kentucky 1glsltlln aseenrb- leed while Inuit was In jail awaiting trial and the law now Qn the Statute bOoks allowing mllHgu to witnesses Is directly traceabkn to tIll robbery of tie NantnoUi Ca1 s Lgv At last all four or the witnuues appeared in court and limit was placed oil trial Three of the wltnosros 1011I ttlvely identified tine prirouer Its thi man who acted as spokman for robbers but Judge Roundtreu was not so Iositve lIo saId If the prisoner Is the man who acted ns spokesman for the bandits then amy faith ub my own roolleoton Js very much shaken though he strongly resembles the man Hunt rotW absolutely to 1n ke- nny move to clear himself ot the ohargo beyond denying any knowledge of the robbery The case was given to the jury nM nn verdIct rwas soon reAched giv ing Hunt a torn In the Frankfort ul1ltontlnry Dblccro ho was trans terrOO howmor Dab Ford shot and killed Jusso JlUIlos In Kansas City Mo and in the vest pocket or tho dead bandit was found the watch whfuh was taken from Judge Round tree on the morning of the robbery A picture of Jesse James gas print cd in the CaurlerJournal and the Mt Sterling Jurist who sorer be e IUQvod Hunt guilty went w tho where Governor Preston 1- 1Loslle 1esud a pardon for him Thu rep nibinnee or ttlonvanHutl and James vas so striking and IHr feet that l photograph or cacti when closely oouqared would rttulily rItaken for two Ictur of tlw dais manA more strlklug lllastratlon of- nihtakon ldeillty was pdrhaps acv r- chronlcled in a court or justice ails only for the treachery of Bob Ford Hunt would have worn tlm garb or a convIct for a crlme with which ho hind no connection Marvolout Discoveries marl thu wonderful prcgrews or till age Air flights all heavy JIImhlnusjt- tJ grnms without coin terrible war wonIdLUJ1ld by coughs colds lagrlllJ asth ma croup bronchitis hemorrhages h3Y fovea and whooping cough or lung trouble For nil bronchial nlClJctonll It tubs no equal It reli3veeti Jnstant- ly Its the surest cure lankS M Black or Ashtvlllt N C it It No I writes It cured him or an obsthnte coughs after all OUIII rIll II1 failed GOc and 100 A trial bottl fr Guaranteed by all druggist JI1 Fires Shots at Hunters Yesterday morning Thomas nnl1 Earl Stone his son were StanoI hunting n tw mlllS Wuitof I ton when they were fired upon witsj- out warnIng by II man on the i lay farm Three sltots were fired l from a bug distance army rifle anti each shot canto dangerously nrI thu mark bah Mutters being ntthr together Time Maysrs Stone had found a covey of quaiLs and had secured several before the inlxrcruption ammo Mr Stone ealktl out to the rifleman I told harm who lie was but awns want OIl not to Oulu near but to go off I the puce Mr Stone said ystrday that ho did not undrltand It tin hu- hcul hunted In that section IUlll on that rarm for smvetai yars with j approval of tlw own rs Au Eurdng ton man well acquaint d WJUl th UtlOS says the sltots wane In all probablllt tlrlll to wmn the Inut tots away by song one who did not Tlcugnlze t1 luI7ar1ington U I West Kentucky Seminary Notes UcaVl1 Dam Ky XO ISp rial- to The Rapublieau Last Thur lay aiterncon time mUsic dub nit III tin library Quito an tut t c stitg pro gramme was rlllIor tl It consisted of rtstdings vocal nut piano solos After which Mrs Smuts treat41 time girls with time most deli does candies ot her own nmak MIssj- Keowu was time duly vlsitm present Saturday ollJng sral of the High School girls enturtalim 11 thj Basket Hall Meant at Dr1 U 7aylors The games and prlzcs were vary much enjoyed Several pelzts wro awarded Monday morning the opening ex- erolse was given by the intenuedlato room Miss Anna Eliza Kuown toclr- er It was a Thmlsglvlng program rho eldldren said their pllelll wLIII anti the snug Kentucky Schools was quite good Miss Gladys Hines was a wieonie visitor at school Momulay School was distmtLYsed 11dne sday- afterngott for tie remnindnr of tho week For Sale Real Estate- i i Acres or the fittest Rough river bottom land located three mllu8 Wilt lai1Il11tford About 20 names la cultl- vatloll Good dwelling aud out build Ings A bargain I 1250IWo have 460 tiers land from one and miles ot HIar ford part ot It with timber Also about 93 acres ot up land belonging to the sane tract Terms cosy- S 180 Acres ot laud two miles south of Rosino on a free delivery route out or Beaver Dam 30 acres bottom land about 20 acres timber land and time rest ot It fairly good upland FIve room frame two story house two barns and good tenant house Splen did orchard never tailing well iu yard and horse lot and sprIng In easy reach ot the house In good repair Must be sold and will be sold at B bargain S A now one and onohalf story frame building with the rooms and large reepticon hull built out of tho host solected material Situated on Cloy and FrOOrlca streets Hartford ly Lot liOx205 toot Fine well ot sort water All necessary out buildings Terms reasonable tplllr to BARNETTTc FOSTER KyII IIL1 6 Time Ulmi YOU Imo Always Bought and which has bceu In use for over 30 years has borne tIle signature of and lots been nirido under Jih per sonnl ftnporvision stGlco its infancy lUl0Wno one to1cceivo you in this All Counterfeits Imitations omi JnstasJoOl are lint Experiments that trino with nncl ciulanger thin health of- Iulltnts and ChlldrcllEpClIellco against Experiment Whatis CASTORIA zaatorin Is n harmless substituto for Castor Oil Paregoric Drops and Soothing Syrups It Iii Pleasant It contain neither Opium lUorIlhino nor other Narcotic substance Its ago is Its guar8ntee It dcsttOJHrllrlll nncl allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea null Viiil Colic It relieves Tccthhlg Troubles cures Cusistipntiun and Flatulency It msimllatcri tho Feed regulates the Stonnurll amid UmtIi4 giv1mi healthy mul mttnati sleep Time ChHchcus PauaceaLimo lUothcrs Frlcml GENUINE CASTORiA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of d The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years TNC CENTAU COMPANY TT MUSATTaCCT New yoga CITY tC WANTED iRIDER AGENT IHFACHTOWHride nragentsettrywhareuemakingmonglutNO alONEY 1I1 U until you rrcelreamtappruve of your bicycle Yuhir to anyone anywherelnthcUS a IIIoIIt t 111 rrty frirlot and TtuUA S IILI I TILIAI dillin Ithidllim fU IMjrir ho bkrd and put it to any test 1ou wish 1OU are then not perfectlyatifidnr do not wish to keep the bicycle hip It bck to nS1 our expense oat to nut orrcrt FACTORY PRICESWe tamih the highest gradehic1cle tt Im OIIIIble to nuke mmel profit oa1 tictory cost You sire 1- tto 2S mhldemn profits Ly buying direct of w anu lose the uunofactureraguar- antee bohinl uur UU NUT lit f a bicycle or a ijirot tires from arN-t me aNr Ii e untilou receive our colAln and In our unheard of Jaarmeter andruarkaM feirt cfirs to rider uncut amYOUmOllelIJoyou can ur your own n1l11c pitta at U A tined theUU itico ll 11Ni ir yO dnoregularly handle second hand Ioels hu Wusually have a number on hand taken In trade our lIoieao ret t a m These we dear uul at plea ranging from tIJ to till or Soli Uesdpsec borg hats mailed tree BRAKESlugla whceh hupnrlcd ruiner ellatns and pcdui puts repairs and COASTER of all klDds at haJliua atretail noe- ss 5 0 HEDGETIIORN PUNCTUREPROOF s I 80- SELFHEALING TIRES TIIRDUCEORLY LIThe rrcuar rrtdit nor of these tires of oeairb111alrrfacewei ill- reelyouasanrtairfr10carlrciMordcrJ J NO ft10RE TROUBLE FROM PUNCTURES Ntlis Tacks or teas cold lIt let the air out pdra sold last year Over two bunted tltoueud pairs now In use- OESOR1PTONtytadelnallsizesittslivcly N and easy ridingverydurablemullimallusitlesvlth a sixclat never 110 ruosace teldcucloscsupamall unclurawithousauoe the thick robber tree11111 Ihenlrloeale w e have hun rs fIUeflllrom MilA amid 1s ItsiordIaulltrcadhertllllllllIIrpeoweare malllIlascclal faeloryprlcelo Iherlder only fAft per I PI same day letter Is recciced We hip C 0 D on approval You do 1I0t pay a cent until you have examined and found thrum uricny as represented We allow a campI discount ol5 cent making the price 460 lcr pirl If you- end JVfL Ct511 tt1TIl wILDE t andenclose this advertisement Yon run no thk la- seudlti us an order ON the tires may he returned at lilt expense If fur anyrcasnu they are not satisfactory on examination We are perfectly reliable and money sent to us is as IlIe u In a- bank if you order a pair ol theme tire you find that they ride easier run faster wear better last longer look finer than all tire you have ever timed or ern lit any price We know that you will be so well pl Oed that vlnen yon want a bicycle you will give us your order We want you to send us a trial order at once hence UI remarkable tire offer kind at any price until you send for R pair of iF YOU NEED TIRESliedgetttorn l mlcture proof tires on approval anti trial at the pcclallntroduclon price quoted above or write for our big Tire and Sundry catalogue which describes and quotes makes and kinds of tire at about hall the usual but write nMa postal lolay 110 N1TTIIINt0IItUYINlmahicycic- oreDO NOT WAIT pale ol tires from anyone you know the nw and woudetful- oilers we lire makillg It only coats a llal to learn Lerlhlug YnteItlfO- WJu L MEAD CYCLE COMPANY CHICAGO ILL A = Ir OrIf5f b 75 8Y C j IIG E Gr GiR- PLRCIWIiCI FULL DOOKItEEPfFJG Gounm SCHOARSHIPg fur only 25 The regular prim is Stun Those who Iriug or mail t tlli advertisement to us within five das alter seeing it awl telling us where they saw it will ho able to have one reserved lit the low rate of F J5 Books and stationery are included No time limit If not ready uua buy ono far future use BUSINESS COLLEGEUDUIlIOIIAT Second and Vfafnut Streets LOUISVILLE KY r 1 y4 Hartto d RepublicIn8a- terrd =arcordlDIf to law at the ruetomce Hartford K sa mall merter or lbrBroad 1541g =1 viMEIIIIOatutd 1OInora J NEY FOSTER Address all commimlcaUoxs to The Hartford RopubllcanI = =rsto zrs- alumbatland AoUCh 7Z 40I FRIDAY DECEMBIiR 2Ilion Don Johnsou and Croary are at each others throats la nominait10ngo on We are tn favor of the fight I to a finish j Most otory Republican l sc dEr thinks the COcsltutlon ought to bo changed so as to forbid holding of foe by any llumoeratHartford aid Tile above Iluotatlan is 35ct fully referral to Pr tdemt Taft md GOtlrDCl W1I16011 both of whom have beef llbral In their aploin- of meat Democrats to office Some of our I- ar ocrakcnoAbPa 1 j bane been atttmIt1ng to joke RIlUbi cans about their lmblllty to oat u1kf6h1ng turkey this star- We on nccount of he olactlos results I predict that turkeys will be chcep j enough in a few years for everyrolls to ba able to cat unstinttnglYlIhould the Domocrats gain complete conUolnsand this is respectfully referred to tlu faTJDl who raises the turker8j Ur neighbor the Hartford Her re1i to a rooster killed for Thanks i giving at Turre llaut Indlaenw1- and Itch i was found to hayo thrN wIngs ISugg05tthat one wIng roprosenta the pro I TarI1ftthe third the Free Trade element doubt a fourth wing N1ll be petx about the Democratic rooster so ellImentOUTlerJournal and other Democra I since the elf etlon colTheNow York has mod Its reportwotilt Jcretary of State am of dhJbunlollllm In the recent patgn amounting to 38870 TheThe Republican State Come tho expenditure of 193000 The niocrata spent more than twIce much money for campaign pure as the Republicans Our friends tit i Democrats have always claimed than the Republicans had all tho money and corrupted the lCIons by ra thllloof Thuu above repOrts whichs are official do not seem to ltar outDir MithisdWon ever xlated It has bean rabeau tV and the DllllocratJ are oldent e1Iyuse of money The Democratic Party made its cam palgn this fall on the Idea ot a 1 aN I lilt daerof high tlrlcs Thcusands of dom oAoc le speeches Nza made all ov the ocuntT and th y largely fluccrcd Id In belIve shothrythe now tulfr Now with thu- spovslblllty rrf IDr of a nwjority In thrI Haufe of HlllrHiJI1nths whete nil vertariffusratc fri nds are bcmuing fri xhLoon unsd at tle IlroMllJct of having iuakr grad wlr pronltit Narly the Demr6118 1n the lust COTlltrnailIlr wanted n hgh tariff who Ti It t 1 01Mrs to the Itlfluatrl s of Uklr own IU trlcts It will bvtho same way the next eongras Duroeraey I suar howling fiIKCLtoS as all oppoSiton ty but whn It COll1U8 to puttdog Into effect their doctrlnl It will 1101 to as mer n monumental failure TIll Price rflutter ltal fhe discussion glen to the suiIIll Ject of cost of living has directed more or less attention to the fedDratDlonday oleomargarlno tax and the price of butter PeoJlle who arc to favor of ids repealing the present oleomargarlooRev law have taken advantage ot the alt uaUon to loudly condoms lis un this democratic and unAmerican this burdensome tax on a pure whole their some and nutrItious food prpdutt ing TheY conveniently forget to ex plain that over 90 per centtof- oleorargarino the Oar put upon tho market is taxed at only onofourth cent per Yeo pound Tiloy do not explnh that only lint oleomargarine that is IIrti a 1lclallycolored Is taxed at ten cA its loss per pound Even It it were nil taxed at ten cents per pound It would havo nb- lutciy su nothing to do with tho pr or butter after the latter reachc1 nets thirty cents n hound retail It costs about fourteen cents n pound toI produce tiro very host grade ofil- nlargurric ao Add to thIs a ten colit Al tax and the cost or production woKbe twentyfour cents The could be retailed at thirty coats at a handsome profit to manufacturer and retailer Looking at the question from lilY ew point It Is clearly seenthat oleomargarIne law has absolu nothing to do with the price of but iter The dairy interests of the country e not enjoyIng any benefit tiro ioleomargarl e legislation except IS the integrity of the Industry to maln tamed In this every honest citizen should fool a keen interest He should also understand that the fort put forth by the maautactur of oleomargarine to secure leg laIty flea which will make It easy for Ito commit fraud In selling menI Jgarlne Is not Inspired by love for poor man who wants a cheap stltute for butter The whole proposition may thus summed up Oleomargarine Isof iaoN made to taste and smell sot ecue thing like butter The manufact- of ors and n few retail dealers want- Ner privilege of putting It upon market so that It will look like b ter thus making It easy to cum fraud Every good citizen should be Interested 1netfectlve pure food Ic alien and the oleomargarine law I- sIS such legislationno more no less i i Administrators Notice IAll persons knowing themselves nI to the late A N Brown till I tall at fit offIce In llnrdold on or i before Jan 1st 1911 and make a ticlement and save cost pad ll per having claims against mid deal cadent will prasoht them to hie pr arly proven on or botbro said date orr the will beiaidJOIiN D wusbNtAdmr A N DROWN doe All Around the Home i ordlnnrIsdel icious 1f covered with scramb sitIeggs This la a very nice supper di stickingND Pl1t bakIIIeIwiththeIA tiny touch of gold or ail t thlcad In an embroidery Pattern of ored silks often gives quite ns d and effective an appearance to th1 rk us filling In the whole Imtturn breadscwrhagt way to 1nHJQ tlto 01 Lehj1pTbItn InIhIloStl111TIstiPILLF i Iov 30Berry Evans Is In fr Tennessee on a short stay tentt7llls McDaniel and Wilson Dr- ent Thanksgiving In Lexington C A Kelly returned from ssouri last Friday whore ho hadw to so see often his sick broth er ghlmThe series of meetings hold at the I Baptist Church by Itev Judson of1lIsslsslppl and the pastor Rev Oat closed Sunday with 18 can dl tes for at Tho baptismI IIIiLtArnold Foreman of near Ralphl t himself through the right foot out a week ago with a 811otg Edge was called to dress the j wound and nt last report was doing y well T Oreor wont to OwonAlJoro business last Thursdayj allfroHale the widow of the onus ce j t1It ove pncumon a OLATON last Nov 29Mr Elijah Daniel w ant Fordxvlllo Saturday sick lIss Anna Cnnou Owensboro viII her mother Dirs Rata Owon week Dr J S Dan went to PaducahI Dsa Diary Daniel Is D1 ss White at Narrows this week Harper Istator of Cctlar Ore church is conducting n reilvAl atD place Qulte a number of the armors v1sitois kayo ben hind nlldI since tic fifteenth frs Bertha James Young plod In +nalroro Friday Nas brought toR Olaton Friday night and burled atsl3 man Saturday Shin leaves aan hUSband and three children bcsldfJJ ved umber of frhnd1 to mourn tit gra Card of Thanks I- Wo desire to extend our since ro rector InIceof klndnesa and symlwUty dur RooIC Junks 0- WlCo and Chlldumt CJ Hartford Ky Nov 291Pt0 l EEP COOL AND AWAIT THE EVENT inrelyo to Be Stampeded Into Craiy= Quilt Legislation ughBThe Republican party wfil sot stampeded into crazyquUt Tariff illation thIs winter simply De- et lassachusot and other In a hurt beuse of ins to buy cheap butter andICanada have ptumltttad the country to go Democratic says the D s MI ty Clliital It the lCCplo of this counUy are Tradtbebea party which tin give it by or havlcgbontrol ct all tIle d govercmeatthe a thusatjtshM IIf on everything they purchase the non duttable list tglonco so is StOtll lag which will sttUefy the voters bu a practical demonstra4on of what loll Tariff or FreoTrade pcrJod accomplish Tltt Voters were sntlsrJld with Wo hrostkrlty alt they enjoyed from 1958 unlil tfj5 ofDilnldemoralization from 1893 w 1996 IIThe prlnclph of Prottctlbu t richInnd expression lP the McKlnlil itf measure was spurned for thu cline ng by the wise young mOIl who thought they it1 v1110ru than t lhttncsswt and ecn McKinley himself was 11 0jtoct rarJlY sent Into private me Long blfol the second Cleruland terminatedare thethe Peotllu land Inolstetd the dlstrzs sl It was all hour of tladonal rojolc 1h11 the DtnglrlY law wag ila sOO 1Thr3 ilvpuUlican ixaMy can tClJrrlI afford to stand upon its r o Republican party has never PA83A Tariff measure which failed in ason to abundantly lndo1tltsalt rThe llcmacrattctuts and its od force of Tariff rutornratl will i- ialuA enty of opportunity In Ure lngrass to give exprasslan to Mows In the form of a rn e tIIttlsnr The ruapouslblllty for thlsin future III with 11hNov 29Health In this nelghbor od Is very good at this writing Little Riley Leach who fell so hurtoagainI boavisiting relatives and frIends at Mc Henry returned home last Sun a week iSeoral from here are attend revival which Is In progrea i- een River May there he ma souls saved during this revival Is prayers of the christian people this community The revival which was In progr sthat lilt Zion dosed last Friday n1ghtthat Bro Nectar Miller pastor and Dro Shield held a very good rev Rev J JI Embrys daughter Ilrs r Josle of Olaton who has duass durIng Thunkllglvillg has rturner1 llOlne tihe 0g done In this vicinity Thnnlsgll11tVoDIr F J Tayor purchticed a mulo m 11r J H Mummer tod jlrner meeting at this place 1Is till mused until allot the revivals ale of r lug People at title place have Jeen of very busy stripping tobacco for tbe fri few days Mrs J II Embry who has leen Do for the last few days la Im I- Jlrolllg we Ifrs Maggie Lynch Is visiting her parents at lartord at this wrIUn of Attention to Farmers Tllo Ohio County Farmers lnstltl houndveaY In GUI and 6th 1910 Dotter Iothodsln Farming Prult yo thlingLecturer W D Nichols Prot Tho mss abE Dryaat and John G Blair Jby local apoakJIs All fanners and business men Bro cordially In vloo to by present both days fIrst 0eftblsh in ns foIlQWsshlMONDAY DEC lith 1910 eeting called to ardor by cite John 3 Blair at 1030- vocationRev Mf J W Drunr come WQ ecnto AddressC II Darntt all Qn Jc1in 0 Blair rganization election of ofti IlLanSplectloil niltIscr nry tll County Delegate aul1 t 1 1 CroP report for Ohio Cotftlty f If NOONr Object and beneof Farm era ineltutyJohn G DJar- I How to resioro fertility to worn out sollW D Nichols and Watt Tay gar To what extent should Ommercl al Fertilizers bo usd and whyYD Ford Alaey Tlch6tor Fruit Growing does It pay oho Q lair and F W PIrtJ OriIN1910uses preps Blairbnl DofSlwttld Aglticulturo ho taught In I InPUbllc Shcoos u so to what extent Prot Smith I My Choice Hogs nrd whyJno P Foster arnltI Cats ng OardenIngDr J R Plrtl thanJbaTarrJ oaComailttce on nrr3ngemlntsAI ChatPi j SONSHIPnoa I 1iChA sermon preached in t1ra ltnrtford B1pUt church Sunday morning No 27 1910 by Rev W Ji Wood D D the Eighth Chapter of Romans j and a the fourteenth tttsa you w find Ll wards of ny text For feltarcled by the Spirit of they Ara the sins of Gail Thosuba that we want tooonsidr Is tit of Divine Sonshlp This Elg Ohater of Romans Is vary much I1ke l garden of Eden 1t Is flllEd with ouainglIiiYou wilt find aSUlllnC to enable ou In the dark perilous hours f life to look up and be glad In thatJewc note no mndvm llatlon to them that are to Christ ii lies1eof I lawmtt ofIIIn this chapter ye ui haeLIlIo I guI I pro Ulu called according to his put blsselaSonsliijcellare o i sonsdnY I clues climax of the halter to your batfronYm urthea earthlIs nothing Ja hall bentsath thur9 la nothing in hxatnabov o Is able to cast the child of God down Into the dark regions ofdSI fvpathat wo are kept by the loothrough faith unto salvatfcra 13tdnY1TIllsChaptlIS of the Blbleliko llenjamllll i moss which was lieu times IIi much hook IiaIswealth qui now come to the consldora1Dn ellorship Full as man as are led by spirit of Cod they are the roue God kllst of all tills morn I want us to consWarTla Means Is Dhlno Souship S and me want will consIder In this connection The J- Eldcllces of Dlvlue Sonshlp or How You Know 1bat You Aru A ChrlsW And last but act least of nil want to consider The Bh singe Is that will conic to usT1leOutgrowUlW Divine Sonaltip TILE MEANS OF SOSHIP Now ht us cons dr to fIrst thoughtTIle Means Qf Divine Son shlJl3nd In older that wo tans come time tots just conc lI Dn of tile means or Dlvlno Sonsllll it Is necrssary that hatiu sumo of the rubbish runlovod Hill s Uutn accumulated through Por egos and look nt It from n no flew ybint sari see what are teas thi mesa of mvmo tlanalilp Dotorowo look to the pealtlle aida wI you what tbo niunsof nI Sonshlp lire I around say then ot nil QS wo brush nwaytho rub that the mOODS of Dlyino Son Is not n result ot creation I beenD1comp and man has slnnd era short at Ulq holy at God WJbQ are sinners and the tall haqhaa O stylecm autl the e Tim CohUuucd on oighlli- r IJigM yf a IA MERRY CHRISTMAS I I i COME AND SEE THE LATEST It is a privilege to show our beautiful Holiday Goods personaliuvittltion itof Christmas Jewelry You Get New Ideas Gs you look through oUr Holiday Stuck It is a prtle tics demonstration ofPOSSIBILITIES in gathering peopleITownashis our beautiful stock of Gifts containing aU that is yhlJnque value for really desirable presents We Can Meet Your Wants Whatever your needs come and let us show you a aptlto you as JUST THE SING We have igenuine New Attractions for Christmas and we want 14 you to know it Merit Quality and Fair Prices are waiting you heroin connection with a great varieOC of the Best Holiday Selections of the year Again Iwe invite you to come and see The Splendid Stock of the Season I mean every word I say Como and let me provo it to you The very best and absolutely the Lowest Prices If PRESENTS TO PLEASE EVERYBODY UA Square Deal and a Merry Christmas to All KINGIMAIN STREET HARTFORD KY NO CREEK IkaYevis w I Mr Loyd Warnlca East Iiartfanl a night with ether ChamUorlln Saturday night Silas Dlyrtitl W1l11fonl has born te sIck for srvural days threat d with pneumonia fovr- Dir Archie Fester is moving to lcIttl1l county this week where htt- v111 make his future home Archie n very onarnotlc young men and bl missed fn our mahhorhnod- ir Homer Llndlw of Ltvrrnore- s movIng Into our communIty this fir Llndly ton prosperous young 1mn Ho Is moving In what known as the Moreland property welcome hint und tamhy In our mtdetome of our folks attended the school exercises uf Alexandria last Thursday night They report n nice A number or our pooplu attondtd Thanksgiving services at Pleasant church tJast Thursday They tot ua good sorvlcound oh mYt what good supply ofoot4blcs that st lHfolttho NrADe rhe oooa- slon was all anyrono could wish for Mr John f ottnsosltascomo fIl- liomq with Prn 11u11riTrho hoe about ttamplytsd that O1f forlJils season 1frs Dora TwQdIWU Owensboro Is vtsJUng Mr P D Twt doll W6 weak Sunday night musiavo hoar a veryarknfg1f Two ot our yrouiig on home rom thcJr gIrlsluniso mot on the road and eof thorn claiming tobonsoo i other Feld hQ could sot 67 tact clnshotl th4lir butttoo togolhor I boys ilacLod tha1r uorsa ndceaner their buggies anti wont on t I thinkIngMrs I D Dodson of Owensborn granddaughterstill quite ill Master Conrad Ward visited Bmtnlo- Chamberlin one night this week killinghogsMr C T Poster left last Friday to take the place ot Mr Ira Moxloyk who has been trying W defend our country from the night rldo1S Jm got his foot tnasbod by ahorso falling upon It but ho Is improving somo Wo hope Jle wlll soon bo rainy forlduty again s C A GOOD SHARE Ot the winters sickness and IUS Comforts begins In the late fall We neglect the little things and ae a result may have clirtinlcVY cough i cold hanging on all winter As soon as the colt weather comes prepare yourself with the proper medicines and other suppllcs With modern egnlpmGnt and an oxperienr o druggist we arc prepare to supply the trade with the tiest i arid hIghest grade qf purr c1ruJtsWe Moir have a lop line of Soaps Cold Cream Tooth Paste Perfumes and all toilet articles found lnn a tiNt class drug store Wo Intern to have the best drag store In town looking to your IntcrestVtrhen well as well as when sick t HARTFORD 0 R uCno ir01General Manager f a oJ F j lr F I I It IFAIRS SHOE CHAT I i orrecjShapeYou need of further argument Plenty of room and yet an acme qualityWh PATENT BtJJIROJAPS- GUARANTREDiI Wht do think of that P nt eT toe Cop1 rACxrn11n ij anaoclCToN 11 J I I I FRIDAY DECEMBER 2 1111 nolsCon tral Rail road TI me Table At Beaver Dam Ky North Buuud m No1fl due 4a pm- Eo102 due 248 p m Nolaldue8aOpm We Have Just Received a Large Line of Shot Guns Rifles Guns SHELLS ETC And respectfutiy ask you to call- and BOO tho largest and Lost lino ot Stet Guns over In Hartford IISG OCI31Y1AN Hartford KentucKy Callon t t n Lugcbes Cigars Soft 1 Drinks Etc I t NOxt Door to Shroaders- J Grocery ou Union + Street c i 9 KY rf w+ + a Ia ryaand rain neces immediate action on your part for shoes Ho we predict tit lively business for the next month in our Big SHOE Many reasons make us expect this because we carry the biggest and best stock or shoo leath er iii Ohio county buy none but brands Ve sell no goods that are not back ed by a guarantee to give perfect satisfaction Now we want to sh- owYOLT OUr lilies Dont fail to visit us And re member it pays to trade witha house t h u t Saves YOU MONEY Hartford Kentucky Hartford Republican Noa1ItBoaedN- o182due4OSam Noladuella3emN- ol22duelaRep GUNS GUNS Target AMMUNITION CARSON A1ARBOCKLE FO- RFancy Groceries HARTFORD MUD DEPARTMENT VeI M H E Railroad Time Table at Hartford Ky I Trains pass Hartford at tho follow lug times NORTH BOUND 112729 a m Passenger Dally 114340 p m Mixod Dalley exec SundaySOUTH BOUND 116920 n m Mlrod Daily except Sunday 113161 m Passenger Dally w1ihlaGOod Lard that you cul use at- Sandt1Cur and Cos Call SanderCur and Co phono 114 for Saur Kraut and Pick 1 os Mr Harry Monroe ot ller Dar was here Friday on business Mrs J C liar and baby are visitln- rolativoJ at Ceraho tills sveel Rev Wilson of CecllllL was tnlag ling with frionds herd Saturday For tho bost Flour and Meal i- trea n J call Sanderfur and Co Ilhono 114 Crushed and Jlalo Honthiy an- frcuh d Vegetabdcev fit Sanderfur and CosISchroeters grocery is paying 2 cents for eggs and wants all yo bane Fresh and Curud Meats of nil kind every day at Sanderfur and Cos Mon Market Mr Amos Carsen who Is with tho Kentucky Clothing Company of LoulsI yule Is spending n fray days nt home SnnderCur Co tto meat marke- carry a largo stock of family gro curios barrel kraut and keg mackorel Mr GuyForrt sturoflll Itcpubl I can typhographlcal force visited drt brother at Eanllngbon saturday And Sunday Mr WollaOO Uennott of siooramanto tItorA Noffsingor Leave your Lauer- ndry at Cleo Ilor S grocery Work guaranteed and prIJn11t delivery Agent tar Matllsonvlll e Steam Laundry MadlsonlIIe Ice Laundry Company Incorporated US Carson tuo Uroccr koep- canat s u Uyo luris ovoryattng usua I I found 1i nupto date ifooory Phono 21Yourr4tmcaso BoUe- 11edi When In Hartford and hungry call 20tfjinn In Loulsvllle this wonk m For Frroh Pork and Sausago call SnnterCur and Co Pirono 114 Judge W llrrllI T Xraroractal burf sintas at Contrtow Saturday I A nice Uno or fruits and candles carritd at the City UcSn rant 20th 111SandcrfulMr John Arbucide of Bwtvcr Darn w118 a caller here Mcnday uvenirg t ntlSandl1Icot FOR SALE20 Head or YOWS Ap ply to 1 H HOOD 20t4 l1loda Ky Mrs Lucy Tanner oflIcllin Is C- Vlslti1lg her her daughter Mrs W RI HoorIcl Oysters sorrel In any sL1o and suro to pluaso you at tho City Rm- taurant 201 M For all kinds of Freslt Grocorlco call U S arson Phone 21 All goods dellvonodIMessrs Ells Fostcr andJoh JohnC I sv1 VlsJtoo friends in BcavW Dam I Sunday aftaacon bliss Graco KuykendollMcrgantcwn ItMrsEsq WSDca ofDundee paid + C The Republican office a pleasant call Tuesday Mr afternoonI v holidays with his parents Mr and I Mrs Alec Doll of nuford f The best mrol and short orders ever sorvel in Hartford are pl pared at the City Restaurant 2Otf- Tiro bird oason lu on and you wlll want Shells Son U S Carson who has 2000Q to select from Mr R T lol1 lWasln Owens bore tills wuck looking after busl nsos and returned Tueday- Mr LosIlo Smith Taffy and Sql D S Chamberlin of So Creek among our cullers Saturday WClI Jiro Clarenaa Kuowlr and ot Fordsvllh worothuguenltc of Mr and Mfrs C RKeown this week Mr Arthur Petty tJI foreman of the Leltehfleld Gazette splint Satur day and Sunday with omeCOlklI Mr E W Austin caller nt tills office Friday and let t his name for the Ryrubliemt a yGT Miss Grace Kuknldall Morgantow visited Dr and Mrs E U Jndlronn and Hoe and Mira H P Taylor Jast week Mr Ravnon if Brotltco Ii twas n phastnt callers at tlIbo1lcu Friday and subscribed for the Repu Mean Mr Robert left Monday afIt- arnoon for his horn ILt Mountaln Park Olda after a months vlst twit h relatives here Mr and Mrs John Taylor oC- Lcltchfle1d Ky vlsitcd tho formers parents Dr and 111S Joe W Taylor Sunday Mrs WP Render andilttlo grand I daughter Martha Mary Smith wer vlsUlngllr C E Smith and tuotht- a few days last week Miss Luld 11alker ofLexlngton was hero last Friday on her way t- g o Owensboro to attend the funeral of Mrs J F Sullengor The City Restaurant jinew und tlio nmungctnnt ot Tate and Thomas anti will ln0 lidaad to have ovary ono call and sec Uuun 24f Mtr Dyroutestae who is erlgagr In the railroad work nt tiopktusvllt Sunday with his parurts tit Mr anti Mrs laatc Foster ProC aid lira A 1 Taylor anll children ot Owensboro spent thou Thanksgiving knlldays wlih Mrs TaylorCt parents Mr and Mrs W- n RenderMr Attiucklewtto formorl Ltloolod after the bowling alleys aDlt Masonic K of R hall here has ac Ieptod a position with Mr E J TU ford ot Beaver Dam Mr E Milford the popular cot ott Beaver Dam has about tour now residences 1n the Rends addition at Beaver Dams Dr J A Duff Dundee was In town Friday nttGrnoonHo statell- j that his wtfo who has been serious y ill for sometime Is getting n1ong and Js able sitvary nIcelY 4A rip t quitR siCk of typhoid foyer at the home ot her parents here She has been sick several dayar but lB golfing along a nicely DS coulll bo expected largfC u publlahodcch wlel In Ito RC11Ubll can giving the news from tcry lJOJnt In the Oounty Ctrl In Uno C1nd sal scnbo for the RUPubllcanoI- kost paper In ito county t J Ladles AllWool Serge Suitt Satin lined 1000 DARN RD co Buy a Salt illarnard Co tailored to ytur measure FIt guar anteed tryIthin IJGt plCtr in town at Schmncl ors Cash Grocery Wo are pa4ug20coats per dozen or Eggs thlJ wJkSchrmdNs Orocory forIlIAHTFOHD GROCERY co Mr John Uloan left WI1n5d8 nf- tonloolll for Dralsbro Miuhlctlburg- oouuty Iie will prslably return Sun day IKOlPI your tcvt tutu liuleproof or- Wunderhw Will net wear out InI Ito G ntontbs Xew pair It UG Y do- DARNARD CO You Can get Igibs Bost GranulatI Sugar for Ono Dollar nt Schroad ers Cash Grocery Everything else iu the Grtc ry due in proportuu Do not forget to take your luncheon with Urn Mi4dhadLyl Ladbs- onday Tuesday and Wednsdt1 or next week und aid a worthy cause- Mrs IIalUu Cmgal who has beenI visiting rvlrittvts and frluuds lu OhioI ounty for thullL3t two months ro turned to her home at HunllI ill last Ttursday A candpng willo given at 1VutlutatlayItUght r Ifor Uto nuw church Rev Brunernnliouneea that the re- ival earvicee wJ1l continuo to Sun day night and long r if It Is thought best Rove W M Wood win leave- or his home at Maytleltl today Remember the Ibaia to bo hold by the tadles or the Methodist church nt tho Cottunacfal lintel be glnrtng next Monday mornie3 and continuing until Wednesday night Judge Vutiding has ilpiscinte the following parsons Members of the Board of tux supet6isors for they nr 1911 S T Brown C C Dennis G M Harrison W T own and S e Iiouver- Mr John ilulsey of enAr Met- colt County was In town Thursday mttkfeg prc9iarations for the Farm iers lnstlttte whloli Is to b hold Monday and Tuesday Uec utbtr rtll dad atll Latky for the bazaar to bo ITho I by tin Indls of the Mluth alLt Church have b u changed and the barer will open next Monday morning and chose Wldnosda1 night with n candy pulling There will be Prenchhugat the Methodist Church Sunday Meriting by tile pastor Rnv Virgil Elglu It the revival at the Baptist Church III still VIIblug servicon at the Methodist church Miss Ada 1 ranks who has been 11trlmlU r In Ia1r Compnns mllll nay dnpnrtmtnt this season left Thursday fer her home at Rockport led She win spend toclay with frlemcLy in Owensboro and attend the banquet given there thty INciting by the Rebecca lodge Pastor V N Miller assisted by Rev Birch Shields of Beaver Dame closed a very successful meeting at rMt Zion Baptist Church near Huron last Friday night fhero were even inofcsslon5 ot religion anti two I additions to the church with others to join possibly later I reeonnnui d Tlia Dliueator and IIEVllrhOllYfl Magazine bcnmlj they 1nro goad lnagazluts seed bsrdur I can umko you a very low priaj of- lJO for bath Send nil orders for s1any nutgntno or parlotlical to J Foy FOjJillJ Magazlno Agnt llarttord Ky U The revival serlleos ut tlu D1ptlst church are still prognatuing Souo vary lutevwUng and profitable xor nines ILrQ being delivered by Dr Woo t- et MayfleJd 8rlc8 were 1I11110UI1ctli- Cor the rlunhlllr of this waalcbath- y day and evening nnd probably tor- rlctsl wilt bs announced for a longer IkJiod tUbnn this weak Air Ira Mioxley who has been at OtttJ Pond ly serving in the lo cal lOO1fL11Y lei returned home last wvIt on accountpf n auvertly brultl dcd ankle While out duty at the homy rot MILton 01l1ver the tdldged con Sod night rider Mr Moxleys hors o which la0 was rIding foil down with him and ctuseda very painful injury lIowever it Is thought that nothing serious will dovolopo Mr harp Faster left Saturday to take Mr Mox les place at Otter Pond Tlw IadJr6of Uro jlothodlst church will hold their annual bazaar begin 1 s4hr next Monday nwrnng and con undid WoonlltL night at tliO IILlnu1G rclnl lintel when It wlll clog candy pulling fho ladles have labored faithfully fir Ioalmotras adding to tIle funds for tho unw oGrirch nrIl deservu the sup pelt or everyone In Uclr warn Each day LGtirtt will po n 8 cuut lunar scrvod Desldo tho much and oau= L Q1 49 t0 GREAT i REDUCTION 11 f el lIC9 r 1RsqTailored SUits i ti gyp l a t Ci triToC1 1 mas goods Now is the EN laM ti time to get aSuit cheap f c U fi Our suIts must go Give your wIfe or daughters a tl 41 Us 4i suit for Christmas fo fR bb 6 QE X20 Ladies Suits 1gu fi i X12 Ladies Suits 7S fi rr It fi 3 i Rosenblattsfi IIIfL SiORi 71 STISbI JfS t4 HARTFROD KY U U 4 rr iy rv r rcrM r r ir r r t tLirFs that thn Idl11oo11 han mcalurntt contributed that will ntakeniett Itl r NItS for tliristnIas- Mr I II Tappan of this city hat bn alllloJn1l by the State Board of 1IIIlth tiS Reglttrar of Vital Sta tisttes for thn voting precincts ut Fast andL t Hartford and Reda t- It the duty of every phIIulan who attends n person nnd in tin ease ot- 1l11th In either of tlhJO three Ilr- clnctll to report thu fact to the Rtgistrar and before L burial a cortUlcatuIK to bu Issued by tho Registrar 1Vhtu II child Is born the fact It to bit rettortetl o Mr Tap pan In the other voting prcctnuts- of the county tha e will ho appointed r glstrntS It Iii aVery necessary that thse matt rs bu attended to dirompt- ly In artier that the burtau may nmke its work complete Order Your Magazines Now It will soon hi time that nutxt reed ors of current literatures nod mugl1- ZIIlUI will Iw malting up thh lists for the new year 1 am rIIt1l1It- tve for any magazine or p ridotcal that yea may att I will turrl4Jh you tl1llII singly or make you IL cut price where you ink tnpre titan eta Make any Ihultl or eomlJlnlltivlla or clubs All renewals accepted and given the sumo attention IIi nw sub scrIJItlollli fall on write or tJ- I phone J Li FUSIR The Rtpublirtn OfflCt Hartford Ky School lxcuces- The following clipping ltas been- sent us by one ot the countys best school teachers and We agre with him that every no who sends l child to school should read the tollowhllt and bu proilied thereby A conscientious teacher said re really I wonder what mothers are thinking about when they allow their children to bring such trivial eXcuses to school One boy In my room is late almost every morning and brings hisetardiness Is unavoidable which In that case means the mother Is too In dolent to rise In time to get the chllds breakfast There are other mothers who think nothing of having children excused for parties mat- Inees and other social eugngenrenta This Is all demoralllnr to the school In general to that child In particular Suppose nil ot us mothers think about that a little Ought not n child to regard the going to school pas his buailtoaa for five days In the az and be taught that punctuality is abrolutely necessary some moth 4 ers will say that ehlidhoorl Is the happy careless tim and to require n child to cultivate hllslnfsslike hub Its is making a machine Of him Thatt- is wrong reasoning The child is forming smile kind or a habit and tt might as well lie n good one as a had one It would better 110 the good one since It will have ntlCh to du with his success In after life Thut boy who carries an excuse for dally tardiness will not have murh of nu idea of the value of time unless hI learns by some very hard oxperlencer t when he gets out In the world and then lie will probably look hack at his rhlldhooll and wonder why his mother did nut bring him liP better For Sate Good nine room two story dwcllint In Centertowo Ky lens 1II00Hl lIbl tern goal eellnr never ittllhug well or water good stable and other out- tbutldtugs one acre lot of ground A Jplondid 100nUon for foully rellfdllllL- I and hotel lrleu sad terms rell OIl ahlo Apply t- oumm1r ti FoslElt AlltnLH Hartford Ky Observation of a Bacheor Girl The woman elm can make furnl turo out of tt few yatdx of uratonn and a dry gcods box or two Uutnbs she ought to la regarded as tL nod tan hut atun or ehipptaldale- Culture IUt1If in WJIII n the u lof tlw lorgnette and n ddnty cue glans and silver battle of smelltng salts Married people ale till ntr a who ought to hl1o lhalll1I1I1I jUtllJlg rOUt tie number of Ithort1 and file muyet- 1m never going 111 marry until l find n man what seecnd ldll8 give t- me asthrlllY Q thrill tux slid his firm one raid L handxome girl at the clue tl13 other bVx TRAINEDANDS business men- The Hpanccdatt courrte Iii Boo keeping Sltortlmnll and Aecoust Ing has been the mmtta by which 12000 graduatte am holding responsible positiora hundreds nrtr carn4ng over x000 a yiar 1V will sand full details rogard1t- irttes unit course to young Inett- urd women who will trite us- Spcnccrlnn Cotntiierctal 3citcotV- ision NationntUautr Uuildtug 6th Dud Maui 9tN LUCIt1VILLt1 ICY Y w T l iJ- 1Irii RiU FldRitkkj FtA r I t 1JI I N LESAMSSECRETSI ARE UNGUARDED Only Nation That Has no Law Against Publication of tdili tary Secrets SShon Uto nations of thorltrNt wlsU to loam the military i crots of the United States they spend polite notos to the War Deparlnlen of the Navy Dopartmont Md heir doslroo are Quickly complied with Thlsls a sit uatlon outlined In M arUclo on the forogn sky boognbco by Gardiner Slack to Popular MJChanJcs for De comber Mr Mack not only shows that any person soodtig IntormmUon regarding the military tsourcts of tlliti country can get all ha wants from the govc rnment cffloers or Ii- brarles but that picturo pOt cards showing vlaws of fortlrlctnlons range- finders and guns made from de all- prvdticbig photographs are to bo hall anyWflMo for 1lIltgnlllcnrt sums That other nations ara not quite so liberal with Ultllr information ho also shows The writer culls the United States a kindergarten tor sph bxaus none but UIe vorisst tyros In tho business are needed to gather tobacco the hidden facts U to our armament Mr Maack admits thoro are 0 fow mill tary secrets left undiscovered In America but ho assorts they are few und far between In only ono country in the World Is there no law against the pubtlea too and tale of aU informatt1ou rel- atIng to mUltar and naval matters the writer slaw UIO UnlLd Status The other g eat Powers maku the punlshmctmt of spits as drastIc U death They Drofus case in Prance ttreatedwas mptud In Jrnncol man be lluv d to have accurod secret naval plans ills punlshn1illt was a quick as sure as a surer as that ndmln- Istered to Captan 1reytus Request slights In port towns of Europoand signs In 6dcrnI languages warning tourists that no pholegralths may be taken within certain lllnlts tlJ mooi i and bounds being enrcdully state At Gibraltar the English gOY +rnment will not permit wurlst9 to land IUlI cameras elUter twill the JaIKno at Nagasaki In fortlCloli towns vis- tors are prnilttcd only In ertalns- ptrJtied districts Beyond that hoovy armed guards bur progress Kept ThlJ King at Home For the put year wo have kept the King of all laxativesDr Kings Now Lifo Pillsin our homo and they i havo proved a blessing to all our famit- I writes Paul Matltulkaof Buffa- o N Y Easy hut sure rnmudy I for Stomach Liver and KIdnay trou j blew Only 25o at all druggists m New Rabbit Law Much mlsaJlllrlhrnslulI ns to the- game law pas l by thelastlgislat- ure I has arlan in this county and probably In many outer eauntlr3 its IJCLlIyj as to tiltthlg trap and snares for rabbits and other game nIl act that 1JlSSd was very brief and Is liS followsIanyone to set II tJltp IllIAlfaJl or snare or to loose or hunt with n ferret upon the pramixcs or praparty of utotlicr wIthout first curlig thei- wrlttrn CIIIIItltt of the olvuru of th 1118111 R or proprt and nnymb thus ofrendhllf shall II lUilty of n ads dlSlllCfWor awl upon auvk lon hallIi he tllleal not lust than nor mar- ethaw 5I1 UHtwlnJ In IKwSnn gsn caught t as HOt out III S ctlnn IIh1I it lrriuin i fade ovldaua uf guilt all ltn IIIuI vldcnlitl A Man and His TownI r A man owes It to his town to host I- Jjt III puhllc on all occasions and till tbnos Tllo torretlon of Its atI I ures and faults mo for the IlrlIlIof Vie lunnu circle A S would tlirash Ills hay on the front stops of tie tourthouso Aught to be 3- Whipptlal out of town Tlw citizen who welcomes the n- sdraanger by toiling him what a rot ten cIty govertmteirt we have what a of eorraymt fot of officials ntisnilo the town how the town lags behind the Age In all matters of progrOO8 and dovclo mont that Jt fs n dOd town and will bo so as long as certaIn nin l rule it is nn undesirable citizen I A man owes It to his town to shout 01- 1ta advantages from UIO housetops m The tdiho registry ILt should bl the n promotion e nnilttao If nncassary w put bUnders do the vlsltor andlt 8J- 311m sea but what you want Wm to w sore 3 When ho asks you what chance n K poor man has in town tell him Ulo of truth Tell him the poor man is the pi only man who Jilts n cllanao And of that la no joke Show him tho beau ro i aLJn 41 w av bwr CCtrs Uful homo of the nton who cam QOICI with a OIlxtta ot working hands and tlllpldng brains Toll kiln th story of the man who began wIth Jay twagos Toll him you think Uler- Muld llc Cl law oompollhg ihopour nan to give the rich man a chanc- C a It was UIO pet 1lcss boys lIkoJaJn- tookoCe1 Andrew Carnegie Phil armour and that class who backod 10 rich mons sons of tholr poverty vJoa days clot off the carth- tobert J Burdoti Chliaren Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA SELECT TO LATE FOR LAST WEEK NOV 2Farmers in this Comma nit are about done gathering corn Mr J W Keown and family hao moved to Central CIty where they Ivlll male their home Wo regret very much to lose llr Kwwas family front our midst I1ev Birch Shields filled his all polntnlant at Balzteown Sunday and i preached at Oak Grove Sunday nJghtI Mr Wlmon Smith who doing carpenters work at McHenry was It home last WJOI 113rtjrortlMr end Mrs C F dlllor Sunday Master John McKlnney who has been visiting his grand mother Mrs S M James for the Past several week has returned to his homo nt Jason villa IndIllIss Loretta Hossy is visiting rel i ativos in Butler county toMs woekIFrom aU indIcations a wedding to report soon The writer wants to congratulate Tho Republlron on its last Issue Tho Republican Js one oft o best Vapors pUblished anywhere ooPiffic J TO LATE FOR LAST WEEK 023A revival meetIng will begin at this place the 3rd Sunday in- December conducted by Roy Bennett Sunday School Is stlll in progress and getting along nicelyIMr anti lIra ttslted his mother Mrs Nancy nusI sell Saturday and Sunday i Mr Ed WlIlIams is very Ill with 11Irhomo Friday night Nov IS and was- intarel i in tiro Chapman Cenlotery Saturday at two oclock p 1n nor Summons Mra Pearl China and sister Miss WUtI Drown spent a fuw d1s the glJ cr Ill hind Austin lilli p S Colm3u spent Sunday at Mr layt n William Mr Luther Brown wHo and ilaugh- ter 31rs Linnla Cummins spent Sunday nt Mr E It Williams Mr A J Davenport autl Wlfu of WEOX visited In thIs oonununlty Clio first of tho week IILlzMrs S P Grates Is visiting at- Central City There will be prayer meeting at Pond Run Saturday night conducttdI by Mr Toni Graham came j WYSOX TO LATE FOIL LAST 11EE- KNovI Mrettng closUlI at Uu- Clirlstlau church last Friday night j 11 n are sorry to say hut not nltlelblilI tenet nily flvo joiners Rev lriiie filled his regular np- olutruent lit Taylurtown Sun ay and Sunday night Mr Iouglas Elliott of Taylotown- Us uppuldiCitlr hut IsUtoughtto h OHIO b terIrhulw has been tin school nt Oak alit1 IIhlle 1teI1d4 W on rte cauat of the OIIh1 Mr Edgar Taylor bsltnsick Mrs MargaretIayler who Juts ekk with cold is UlcuglLt Um be butIr r IlrtJ Rlla Creak Mrs Mary CramIl- uld spmit 3londuy with Mrs J N- errynman Mrs Q 3I Benton spent Tuesday cnlngIwltl1 IIIs louini Rock 171o Infant child of Mr and MrsIII hodby Nelson Is quite sick Mr to and Mrs Elbert Hunloy and Ir Tom Ford of HOJlowJU slsent Sun tlay with Mr anti Mrs W P Dun lit Mr n W Taylor were the GUest ltla aunt Mrs Mary llarnott of- Boawcr Dam Friday might and Sat urdaJMrs Nellie Taylor who teas boon sick for the last low days is none JttlJrWa were sorry to hoar of the death Mr J C Jones of lInrt1ard this orning ho lived in the Taylortown- cIghborhood until a low years ago hen lie moved to Hartford He 1- 3Irlvoo by a widow three boys ho arc in Oklahoma and four girls Use Annie of GrocnvlJlo Ky Miss Ilthorlno JLU1ord and Mmes pow- I who hi ttachdng School at Suil- llir Springs and Mrs Una Taylor this place lx idol n host of other lathes and friends 7 fto r J THE NATIONAL hEO GLOSS S11AMS Seventylive Million Will be Dis tributed for Sale Christmas Judging from reports at hand to day time National Asroclation for tho Study and Prevention of Tuboncilloss- cUinatos that by Dooombor 1st not loss than 76000000 Roo Cross sails will havo been dJstxibuWl tp stU- Ing agents in forty dlff wont States of the country Forty million sails havo rUn my been prlntod and another InrgQ 011- 1tlon Is being prepared Agents or dory to date aggregate an of that amount and a considorablo number have not yet stated how many seals they can use Taking into consld oration thIs latter class and the agents who will ho alxxdntod bllor- DecolIbor 1st the praspo a for sdl ling 100000000 stamps which is the naiOVer thirty Slates soclothu have the sale on an extensive lorgal1lzud In about tm moro States seals will be sold In seine Planes All told Including StawcH county and subagents an army of fully 50000 men women and children will be engaged in selling the bright ofIposwfIstations drug starts and inn UJOu sands of other places What One FamerS By Did South Carolina has J good nmany things to plume herself nboutlbut jlllit- now sho Is JlOldlng Cup ano other urns sons to the envious gaze of the nation The boy Is Jarry lI Moore 15 ytars old the son of u mlulstlr of the ges 1111 and the cause of his bdng stupon a phu1Ic1o Is that hr raised Oil a slnslo acre the past aason 2S bushels of corn Jerry Iii as modest us bo Is ambitious far In tell lag how ho beat everybody else at torn growing hJ winds tip with th statement that he IIplfl to do bet tor next time It was intensive farming which enabled this chap to produa this record crop 1Whut dots the aVIIae farmer Ullnk of thIs nchljvmont- Could anyy one of thnf fohowing the methods that have bean handed down from reniute times equal this barefoot boys success Yet then lis not tl corn grower anywhere and uspcrJally In the South who could not duplicate young lloorls record by following tllu plans le carried wL ITho boy put 12550 worth of for seed Mil lllbor Into his nere and teok out of It II net profit or proceIduremuch And what sort of J farmer will Jerry Macre be at 45 it ho I IIlFond of His Vocabulary 1Co have a friend who is foul ori his vocabulary and we have Uro and again InslstlJCl ho shoulll lien words to finally he said 110 pare its n little wUolJ on shortIIlIIallrI laid the following was tho r Literary hSJllrlllltJ should oiChO polyFSy111c ortbagralhya- tiro pbllta lJl1lcal and phllegical sub IItluelut of this Irlnoplo It In lU1 table gXc ash oly attenuated vrbal symbols Inevitably induce unncssa complexity and consequently ux aggorato the obfuscation or the 111- Utullt or the Vmusu Couterstly cx- pressslons which are reduced to the furthermost nulnttnum of slmpllfir flea and tompauantess besides con trlbuUl1 rtnltstic vmIilmlJltur d con amuck lass onerous handicap the reefers pcrspfraclty OUstv for Instance the unmistakable and- lnlbcalmblu expressiveness of coons topo tlc lnterjecttonatanoncmyllab- uttt it ranco especially when mot1atod WIder strenuous imuctlommt sakis- tanca3 m Hqw much moro appiztlln- Is there eUphonIous pulchritude tha- tlto pttspcetcrots and lrQtolitous pomposity of olcugatod vorbig- atart Left Over From Last wued Nov 23cho l1rt uuurturfy wue lag for tJe com ercti yea Wile vonod hero Satuattay uifu eada hoi S J ihomlson prosdi1tg Rev James ISlnttey cksou ales SVt of mcot1ngs at Lone Star c iur FrIday night Airs Lena Sturgeon JvasvLlIo H4- vJMtod her pasomta Mr na A U- Jamtms s McILtlro then firs oL tae won Mr Owen Wllscn mud family p+ Horse lllWJch v sited Lis son MI Arthur Wilson Saturday and Sanay- Mirs Matto Mosley Js in BowllLS Green attohdlng SchoolIAIrs Clenimlo Evory Its on the sleet list Mr W L Hill and family hay i moved to HockpoK- 1Ir Harry RaTDOS and Anse Lootk Drntchor wore warled November 16- Mr WlIlam McConool Jllw nmov on Mr George Casobiers Lenin Mr Flocs ChanooJIw lion moJI toBroadwayMr Morris and MIsa Nova da Dmthur wore united In nuarrhag- Novonhur 15Ul Miss Minda Wood is visiting CtatarlOWn t1I13WtAks A Reliable Remedy FfYs MBAU 1 CATAFORRHN YIEYIQ yJ W opissraIt 1eahealsthe diseased mom brans resulting from Catarrh and dray I away nCold lu tl1e1lea1 quickly Itestor the Sensesof Taqte and SmelL Full ese LiquidCreaml Ely Brothers GO Warren Street New York i I I SYMPATHY helps hurts but it wont cure an aching tooth wonnt wake a marred one look like its old self Takes a skillful experIenced dentist to do that Get all the sympathy you can but for real relief and good dental work make on appointment with us for the pracUcal way of get ting your teeth in fine shape Best crown and bridge work in this town or any town Teeth extracted without pale MI work guaranteed Telephone 218 DRS HARDIN BELL DENTISTS Office in Republican Bldg Hartford Kyl SL- adie01 I Save Money and Keep in Style by Reading McCalls Magazine and Using McCall Patterns 11M5CtLISIIIIy at n tuMlerato koopingy10US lu- rIattm taIul hslt ro Y Now rasblon Ucslgns In call Issue Abu lufortnsdonf I rtoat rualLer Only toe n year 9Itfree a tlrllo IncludlllitI for fica MeCIII Pdterat will cenblo yon to your own hOlIlO wlthrourewn hands clnthlnktor- ourself and hlhlron which will he IlcrlctIIII 1110 aud 111 Pricenonohigher ceU1a Food fur froo Pattern Catalogue FW Will en Y rise Preasu for getting sub rroIremlumtHE kCALL tUMPANY 2391 249 Wa1371b St NEW YOU t Prize Offers from Leading Manufacturer i Cook on patents Hints to Inventors Inventions needed some inventors fall Send rough sketch or model for search of Patent Office records Our Mr Oreeley was formerlY Acting Commissioner of Patents and aS such had full chargeoI the U S patent Office GREELEYM9INTIBEEO O o WASHINGTON D Co0 r Dire toryOho Ca 5 t3 Circuit CourtT F Dlrkhene Judge Idldkl4fnlta Master Counnlelancr It T Collins Let Jury f und T U Black Biter t Unlttordl JlutlesS O Keuwn nn- II Black Court convenes fIrst Mon III uarch llld August and continues InGUunly CourtIt n Wedding Judge d Ansley Clerk C 1 Smith A- tilliartturd Court convenes first- uday In rash month tjauelerly juurterly CourtUtglna on dLLev third Mmudny In January AIII- Iul and Octuber Court ot ClaimsConvenes first Tues day In January urmd first Tuesday In October Other County UftlwrrC S lo1le Surveyor Fordsvllle Ky n F D- No2 Bernard Felix Assesaur Hart turd Ky n F JJ No2 henry Leach Supcrlntendent Hartford Ur A n JUICY Coroner Hartford r JUSTICES COunTS u s ChllmberJalll Hartford Tuesday utter 3rd lolay In March Tuesday ut ter 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Sunday WednesdaySundaymorning945 a m Prayer meeting every tednesday evening l1ev J W Bruner- i pastor tourtIIClayFordC I ChurchServices first Sunday In mSundnypastor SECRET SOCIETIES Hartford Lodge No G7S F A M meets first and third Monday night In CMKeystone Chapter No no n A M meets every third Saturday night In PriestWHartford No 84 O E S meets second and fourth Monday even MissWillieorPythlasKeownKHarttord Tent No 99 K O T M meets every first and third Thursday PloremanSunshine Hive No 42 L O T M nightIinLodyHecordCarpenters and Joiners local No 1881 meets 1st Saturday night In each month SeeAcme Lodge No 333 L O O F meets Second and fourth Friday night In GrandRltedfJaennight In each month Waite Camp otI4 G A R nsChoRogersAdjtA S ot Eo National Officers C O DruYlon Pros Greenvllle 111 OreenKyTreaslhlllunapoilsState Officers KyC= Id Ky CalhounKyOhioS L Stevens Pres Beaver DnmKy KyDCOUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION UartfordKyiLNo Ii 2 J A Dellamy Wlltenllle3 P D HarttordKJ4 T W McQuady al ICy 6 Piumer Taylor MlnesK3rS J L Brown tockport PROCURED ANDDEnN mnam4 I reportPreUNTfIlE8J urns J XPalent EzcIesnir Wrttaoroometoaat53Ibtk I Iss TItI OseWASNtNGTON D Cf Pll1tJlitIiiO- MIIAnxsrr OEHMlre I BARNETT SMITH t ATrouNEYS AT LAw HARTFORD ICYt11 practice theIr profession In all the courts otOhlo and adjoining cot ties and Court ot Appeals SpJ st tendon gIven to all busmau erusted to their care Collections CII the Prae lice ot Criminal and Real Estate Law Specialties Office In Republican bond Ing r FRANK L FIfLIX Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY Will practice his profession Jn Ohle- dnd adjoining counties and In the Court ot Appeals Criminal practice and Collections a Specialty Office In the Herald building Y AN CY L MpSLEYr ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY- Will practice his profession In all the Courts ot Ohio and adjoining countiesfland In the Court of Appeals tary Public Office over First National Hank JOliN n WILSON CRAS M ClIOY8 WILSON Ci OWE LAWYERS HARTFORD KY WIll practice their profession in an the courts of Ohio and adjoining coon ties and In the Court of Appeals Special attention given to criminal practice and to co cctIOIlS Office on Main St opposite Court House Ins TRADEMARKS pt obtained SA toe weobaJnPATENTS THAT PAY thoroagUyaoare- rpmae andLdp you to IUCCftO Send modelpbotooraketea for FREE rtpOr1I SURPASSINGBoot on rroftlable lalente wute to aO36o6 Sevonth StreetWASHINGTON DC J KILL THE COUCHAND CURE THE LUNCS WITH Dr Kingsi DiscoveryFOR AND AlL THROAT ANS UJNO TROUBLES SATISFAOTOZOIL Go YEARS EXPERIENCE 1 e kCOPYnIolIra mlIulcklptOlllhlCowmulllmlIonl iYeIScleaiIfic Jlm rICan tcutationersearlYorknrastL Southern Agriculturist NASHVILLE TENN For forty years the friendand counselor ofi t- Ii Southern farmers pagestwice50 cents a year or three years for 100tlSample Copy Scot Free Do You Want One t r rf I NIGH BRIDGE TO r BE A BEAUTY tl It Will be Highest Over a Navigable Stream in AU t America Esaly in 1911 the now High Drldgo wtidch 18 to span the Kothtucky rlv er on o Queen Sc Cr soont Route will ha o boon contploted It will bo- tlto ittghest bridge spanning a nnlg- bl stream on the AmerIcan contl ttmt and ds to bo the most ntassivts- A structure of its Jength and breadth 1mown to the civlllZQd world and wit known to tho clIUzed world and will havo a sustatning opacity of 7200 tons Inllho erection of thIs wonderful span moro titan two mutton two hundred thousand rivets and tourttNSti minion pounds of toted steel al re qulrud Almost two years were sPent tit manufacturing the great titael stc- tions that are being combined to pro duce this tnlrvolous product of Amerl- eatgt skin and gontus Ttha old bridge which Las attracted sight suers of every MtJon is consWcted of iron Jn lloIghtonoCourth as massive as the stool of which the now bridge Is being mAde On account of the superior material of the now structure it will have about Uo times the sustalnln- gj power of the old one From the top r sallB of the now bridge to taw water- in tho dyer blow thudistanco Is 315 toot It will requlro HOOOO of I stool rails mad 2000 ales to build tlto- doublo track across tho bridgo which- fa 1223 foot in lengtilt Thousands of IltDPlo arc now being attracted I to tho soeno to Iwltnes tho building of I a structalro the like of which exists nowhere also on th J whole Atnerlcan continent and It is fitting tlllt this marvelous hlllldiwori of lIlall should have as its setting u landscape that Is towering cliffs lifting tlwmsel charm Picturesque Kentucky river with- Is owerJng cliffs Ilfing ttt tiara l vos more than tltvon hundrJII feet Above the water lime are III fulltlew front the train while passing over the windingdtourist of all countrns as the Swit zerland of the eastern Hemtspbere Tltl wonderful helghth or powerful strength of tho oonnocUng link of 5teelInul bo attalnod elsewhere but the amm I lug plcturQ which nature pas palnt d for tho background can never bl all proachad In tlao at gorror lIU1l1a1l IIChlavW1 ntsII yr 41 Mail Christmas Gifts Early But Dont Open I Shlngtol1 Nov 30lnl1 your gifts ahead of the rush but lont open before Cltrlstntas Is the or the postorrJco dopartment slogouI campaign to mlnhnlze tlio of ChrIstmas Post ofUccs mallIlrO preparing malls that make tho ordinary volume of postal traffic small by oomllarlso- nTobolp r the situation last year word went out all over the country UmtC Isastoffice patrons sanding rumumbran- cc early should wrlto on d1io pack ago a caution to told till the proper time but to mall the packng03 for ahead of thu rush if PassibleIThe Intent was good but It eausal almost endless confusion tend trouble And grievance wok such mall out or tho lower thIrd and fourth classes And subjected them to the high firstI class rato3 Now tho postal officials are hoping that whurvor possible r glUs senders shall get their mall lm- tz1Ny nnd put tho inscrllton quoted I on the ou side of the packaodn print or rubber stamli ImpressIon It enough mall is sent to PIJrmLt a Tubt bur samp under the law I Si Gumption on The Farm NevQr too old to 03rnIThe wages Gf stn Is deathIIt tho elevator tx SU0CJS8 is atoll llodtry tho stairs NObody without soma PPPPWt In htmIs worth his Salt i Dont call on your nolghbor Just to borr something I The doors of opportunity nro marI iced tea and Pull Tell your wife how well ohar cook log jast and what good blttur she makes I Dnt envy the wan who Is riding around Inn nn auto until you know I how big his mortgage s Now Isagoodtimo to 1tu11 loose boards on tho barn and shoes and t9 repUieo broken glass in the windows Time moy he monobut th Uvrsag031- WIJ1 Ould rather gtveyPU two hours talk than loUd you a qUlT Q1Ii Hdmortgagod the Farm to On pin bttaatixa ln the city tho SO fallod sad now the dltsrttf has ho rarmtCultivate thti u1Out11JJP of cYer- yfarmanimal trom t o dog to the iioi r rrhO manwho Los not fronds tIfI isa t r of this Iliad is not apt to have many ol8awhoro It wo would devote Avon ono hour each Saturday morni to the 11W0- lXStponod fixingup wks how much wu might add to tho general appear anec of things When ycu want legal advice bunt up some man who would sathor Lelp you to kop out of trouble than to gut YOU out after you are once do up to your kness- nliind lady Im Just merely trying to MCPSoul body togothorhe did leok thin But the lady did norther smllo nor weep As slto handed the trump a safety pIn Thu woodchuck the frog and the skunk went to the show Nta Wood ohurck got Jn tcr ho had a quarter hind alld so did the frog with his grtxm back but the skunk had logo home for ho only had a bad scent Farmers who have occasion to draw up contracts agreumunts notes chuck ute should remtanber that the safest plan Is to employ phn and Ink for this worknever Use a loadpencil The law will recognizothuleadpencil but thu writing may be erased easily and taw amount or terms m1I bo changed If pen and ink are not ut hand when drawing up such 11- II iS use an Inde1iblu pencil A long Island farmer hard a nol o night and thinking tlllt tho wagon spoke ho went out to investi- gabuHu dlscovorld that the wagon was tonguetied and that ho had Inure ly heard long Island Sound Hear mg at another time n commotion near sl11ug1glersfright m UWII1 away by having thuj hickory bark l120 hickory fall but ii found that tin logwood sue seed however It turnd out to be- slmgdy an oean squall In the oldI1 tines Liu aria was a grncrai loafing plans In the wlntel rite farmer leafed I1t the store 01i smith shop the cows loatvl In till table us the mill prtlls proved the horses icnfd and grcnv soft std fat In tltuir stalls and the vary liens loafed on the roost waiting for spring before bglmllug to lay eggs A modern armor Is on UIIJ Jobevery day of tlt winter the cows are doing ther llJt Ito provide plenty of fifty eaut huttcraunl the cheerful cackle C the lwns on Umeso bright Ikcom1 b r days att sorts the fact ire inspired by Ul twentieth ccnI tury determination to make good at to tyfiv0 cents J dpzenDOcentber Farm JournalI CASTORIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears tho Signature of gtiZiiu EASTVIEWI Nov TO I1lt1 his regular appointment at Bulls Hun church Saturday aiM Sun laIMrs lira 1I1ltln8 of Owensboro- alvnt a fm days last pvuek with relatives In this nc InI tI11r Barney Taylor of Owonsboro s vIsiting frIends In this vaclnity- Mr G Sharp Is on the sick list Mrs Mollie Ward Is vls1tlng Mr an 11rs Dill WJStorflo11 at fnsonvlllcI 11rs Dudley King Is on the slclt lat Mr A T ToronoeIs confined to his Soon wLth appendicitIS Mr James Northern is dangerously 11 from a stroke or Paralysis The Scales on the Hair It you look lit a human hair under ho microscope you will find that Its surface Iii formed of successive over aJIll II g scales The bristles of the hog bear match resemblance to the human hair though their diameter is greater the tllellkl scales are much euer- Sheeps hair has much coarser scales t Is owing to the existence of thesee scales tlJIII one is able by a pelullar process tu toll which Is the tip nndI wblcb the other end of n bale rolling t between his finger and thumb Thus nnnipuinled the hair ulwoys travels n the direction of the basE because hl edges ot the scales prevent It from going the other way An Accommodating ChomlatIChemist to poor womanYou must take this medlclne three times n day niter men I- sPatientnut sir I seldom set meals tbeseard timesIChemist passing on to tin next cus tomerr Theu tuko It before them London King Not Playing Fair Whets the matter with that child 101 riieyre playing house tend George went let her In through his pochety Chicago itecortlUentld Just ttRyvnua err Plrmr nt finding faults nretdlspleased atfindlug perfection Laratera f qT 410 fir ANGLERS FLIES Th Earth Ransacked For Father and Hairs to Make Thsm There are trout and salmon fishers who pay several thuusund dollars a year for the tuts alone Iew per SODS CAn learn to tie artificial Oles knotting hairs that can hardly W seen so the skilled lIy maker commands high wages The mntirlals too are costly fur the earth Is rsusarked for feathers and hairs and one hair wrong makes nil the difference The business done In mouse whisk ers Is considerable for they lire used io the making of a wonderful tly the gray knat and they are expensive costing nearly 2 cents a whlllker Trout rise much better nt mouse whisker flies than at the same gnat dressed In Juuglecock hackles which look much like them Dears eyebrows beIng stla and exactly the right shade are used in a Oy that has killed quantttllS of salmon These eyebrows come from the films layan brown bear and cost about 150 a set There ort agents all over the world searching tropical forests for the right birds to supply fly hackles One of the most sought after skins Is that ot the rare green screamer an AfrIcan bird about the else of a hen which has a tiny bunch ot feathers on each shout der that Is worth 15 u bunch to the fly maker One of these birds supplies only trnthers enough to make rings for halt u dozen tiles There Is no limit to the enthusiasm of an artistic Oy tier who will use hair from his own eyelashes to finish I ott nn extra special Uy Babies hair is much sought after If It Is of the right shadegolden yellowfor all the ligbter salmon Oils and one curl wilt wake n dozen first class It takes nn expert filesImites to turn out n fly of a tiny hook with wings or Egyptian j dove feather legs of fox hall nod am body of mouse fur wound around with a thread or yellow silk A carelessly made fly will have neither legs nor I feelers but the true expert odds the legs und puts on a pair of long feel ers ot cat hAir white nt the tips All these tiny dllnlls will he exactly lu their places and so Orlllly tied to the hook that the Oy will take half n dozen I worseICblcl1o A GAMBLERS RINGt When Its Owner Deals the Cards Are an open Book A curious ring seen recently Is one that belongs to n gambler one ot the most ramous card players in the United States It Is u heavy gold blllll1nC j fair and Is exactly IhIhlhs of nil j Inch wide thinning around the hallli In such u way ilK to completely circle I It Is n row of tire sumnil signets Eacha one of these is worked in gold in tIm i turm of n shield Those shields nn polished on their surface nod bear no marking of umy sort inside time ring ullIl grooved Into Its I outer circle ill another gold circle When the ring Is put on the finger hy II slight tuuvm went oeralmsI sible to Slide the outside on the Inner rue ibe l11stummt Ills Is done row under one of the small sblehls upprnrs n 1II111111l mirror This mirror Is U scant quarter inch In dlIIII eter When time operator sits In ot n gimm- eof cards he wears the ring on the little 1I1ItIr of Ibis right hallllIWhell III specs I lIS Ill deals this little mirror conies dl- rectly under the curd timut is belnIdealt jllI denier looking down hands OK III IhlIll Slei each card nil It i Olllell ofT the park Jc knows each i card that hl has dealt and emcllyIwho hits the card All the drllllr puts the pack down by I movement either slow or fast it is a perfectly slmlll muller to give the i ring n slight rub sliding It hack Into I Its origimul posiflun The mIrror even when It is IXllIlsld Is Sways on the Inside or time hand und concealed from- every one After lung practice It is possible to pIIII every curd off tile pack In such n mllllnlr that it will reflect In tine exact center of the mlrrorUoslou Post Backand Forth I TlureR out tlltmig about you SlIhiurhnllitetl that I never could BIIIIIII said till city chap 1Vbat Is IhiIr qutried the com umterIve notirrd time and gIIIII CIII- IUmltd tilt e e ihat wllllI yams fll lows rllIlh town Im tine morning and Iluln wlltn yon start Cur iionmt lu time 0renl11g you hove n happy look Now- why is It- Oli Ihmits easily pXlllolruI rlpllld the other After flu days work lu Iht city w0 nrl al n8ys Jllld to Itt out or It mad utter n night III the euuutry- we art niwnys glad In get buclChic- ago News A Ruda Intruder fie 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youISHORTHAND 75 per cent of the United States Court Reporters write the system of Shorthand Draughon teaches because they know it is THi BEST FOr FPEE CATALOGUE and booklet Why Learn Telegraphy wlch explain all cull on or write JOHN F DRAUGHON Presulent DRJUGHOllS PRRCTICRL BUSINESS COLLEGE mscoaroneten EVANSViLLE ADUCAtI NASHVILLE ST LOUIS SPRINGFIELD MEMPlIIS I i- C 1 l i i r 1 v i y o 1 r ysttti RQyal is the only bakingjpowder made I 1GrapeofTartar i ROYAl Baking r afbDlut ly Fare- Highest in Leaveningy Efficiencys Makes Hot Breads Wholewsome Cf Ill ply Ics +a lot tlt or u itDIVINEyou Continued flOIll fOUith phg a mare hUH brought aIn lVdl UIeU tlwnljwho have not slunod Altol tl- HUudu of Adaghs trtuagrussnnr- rrad We In the TJllrd Chapttr of Ehes late HJua1ur wo ure thu sons of wrath oven all Uurs that all tlate sinmud Tlttt all have coups short of Uu glory of God 1110 Soul that well slnnullJ It shall die Aud thin agale wll- wu road In thu word of Ged UtlJ UJIlY R1l Iinncltholof Abraham era tlwy all cldlilren and fly nature Wu an ClIUlhlllllllll By on down tarry w are bait By uatuns ova all two hell dowrvlug fly rcoture WII m- Bch eat down llIto tlAu dark pit of dos yalr without God and without lqIO uu his Uw Arm that Js mighty to o the dUll IJUIUWJ us mud lifts us Atoheaven and to lropa rid pruvtd this morning Uat- n hero wo are not the ions pf God of Spond wo are not thu sues of giro God by muritoydous serv1o xhich wt whole have rtndarod for our woiiu- rightaluany of +as aru but eta mUIY age It lIP Ms sight Nut by Lurks of u- doousncss ght him whlclA Wli bwu done but him according to hili money ho savedpus LY outlay tlho washing of logunutwUcn rind tint rrmowing of Uri Holy Ghollt TbllrU ta n lack jn our Boas and there Lr R noo that uu uynn ron supply and we aro driven tiros In the taco of oil you 1lltJCtothat Bomcbow or sourhow ulao tbatl do YOU txltt placu yours if to tavor N- Cootl ltlh S by What you hate done bo und lIarl- Celvoo and know that first of Christ must ho fernld in you heart the l oJlo glory elm rO J11- We sh are nut dved then by merltor1- crvlcs o us i boy Jl amaai could IN vJ1uy IJ I ri L x n 1 c Uems wtmt ho does toll mo today IWhy the agony of GoilisooiiUle Why tho suffering of thOCross11 Why the Interct681cn at the right hand of the Throne of God Again wa aN not made rna of by coromonlal ot 5 + rvlmcti tho pronllao that he ehc aid bo tlIeholr Of Oho world was note to Abraham or his lI oed through the law but through tlhl tJghtoottsnc6S of fatth- Rotuara 913 Then Wi ron Join lu the tacb of tills in that gTlU11 old song that wo nil lnW W slug Nct all i the outward farms of ualtltXO rJH3 hM given awl milt of man ItllltOOd rlrnt birth can m9 n 50ul TJIlI sovcrign avJll of God Darll1lnI lions of God In any of thyy ways J et us uaw ao7r htli Wu UfA mad sons of God 1 IJfI J was con Cod sent forth his Sea ntadv of a W011I1I made under the Iaw tO ivdezm thou that soots wads tl o 1v that wa might rC ira the odollt1on of sons Unlatars 49 Again Ax many as rcayu till to Uhnt gnvo he 1IOwr to IHOm the sots of Godo eu to thm that b Ilona cu his cants John 11 For- ew arc all till children of God by faith In JliUS Christ Gal 326 For borelag again to fair but y hay reculyoxl thv Spirit of Udoptan her ur we cry Altua FLtllor fbyuuuta 81 These passog3S among 111 rnan that might be suggttscd prove tllls morning the feat that WI a11 IlilOqJW- 1Ino the faintly of God stet malt his by a Ikvannl fnlUI turd lobs hMs with Jesus Chrutt to all the glory that he has at his Fahd a right tjllt tnlfl toile by tl praural falUI 011 shall lay holt or J stls Christ n Our Savior you can net b+y a3pon w tll faintly of God or lu taaruc of they trlll rlubn that you nr the child of Gad TIE E111INCES QIo SONSHIP Wo now conic to CJlillhllr tie vide11r of Divine Sonxhtp Wha any till oIt1mcs of Dlvinu Sonnllip tat ur rII1 errs us In Ih ord of God 1 1111 first toItLnclI- fI ln Sorehip is the mJOrmIt or- Sllirtll l things We hvtnlth words l Sus on this hi rays Ib tlllt- fllltltth his ilf shall lose It and ht dust loeatll his life shall find L4 nil anlu of this passag Is slut thlsThl man who finds Jtls lif- luthc lIIatral thlnII oUhi3 world wil It to tho lif that Is to coo thatbuubarnCItUng 1111Itthat thIJIIJOlIIont of sphtu morlungsshop fllcru III ale spiritual law of gravitation hilt there Is II law ofand spiritual gravitation WlhJru JJ yc + 7 WhII do you Iliac your aft tons What do yoth love most world Itlgldoausnuss and Cc tho world and sin If yrou gray toward God UII the uvld miceot MyIfdeciwardsueought to bu posittlvo uvldeuca that yon are not a child of Co mlItlejthisyouror statrenddirection h Is going you may fair know what ho la and who h high spend eternity TJiJ o11951lSlplIl accIintoward tin Souhgoc sumo tilts In its tnoanderin Ulu gnat valley butwocm ti OUItdlIsllCyouSouth youtllIJlls life lint all the acts togTpwhic you his fraud Md purview of 0anof thn mans life will tell you waithoup or the force of sin that IJIldswh dawn And the things that you front today will detwmlae lugal WstDoWOIAntllld morn delight In the Praya uvrey goodenceright away from home as YOII of neltlhof hearalloousIetlustratlon When I Was lint n small on lilY fathers farm Ono day sin tlnostmult7e claIms J i i rt ifo lFI 1 Cj You ii Probably Want t t h E1 or W D lI ever saw came to myfathWa I tried to run her aaayhutthu rates d tj go She rfmUIIILdI orule Dly fathr said Possibly the owner sv111 come III a shout wldla there Is no need In driving hOI EaclrnlaruI unlrnulldlionlu was turn ut each man cLtlmcrl tbu mule father said I ont know iFlw to de the dlfforence I ant not th to dcltle rho men quarrod quitdaway b21o my fathers farm the s fork +d My rather said Gun the thlllg for you to do Is go home open the barn lot gatt otters the stall door I will t3tatt mule dawn the road and whoruv tho mule goes there shall she I started she mule for my forksiyInto the air and then suddenly turned loft and went Noma to her stomed stall Pull the brldie off tho Christian and watch sshero ho This Is a test of his life Je totlire n child of God hut It It ld desire when yotttNiidlu Is pull oft to go with the mixed multi It Is a pretty SUN evldmcotllnt arA In the gull of bllternSs anti bond of Iniquity Where Is your uy from Hartford Lt It buI not you have formed In you that h will make you a eon of Ood and heir of glory That 111 the riNtI uvldence Arid la thIs connuoCioa I to say UlatNA have an example word bfGod You rbmcmber- Peter and John wtyru rhf3Sl prlsonlthcy went bore tlwlrl- own ntpaor I teU you ire bust I of your Christianity a to ta1b away from Harriers Lty t be ESCtay night in some largeClty Ii e wlckedttnre Is seen upon hand and she where the man Will 1t bo to Pra3tir lJoo 1gt onic Church or wilt Itb tJ one those dens of revelry wbrq Cod ither honorulor tJSI1cctcd1 t believe that Jsusfound In thoI t of man will produce nlght and make a man lava rJght oUS1lOOI and that man Iwtyo lives in and loves unrlghUtausat sat iiho i to boa child of God lhilde b fa ttok I w cdySeolltl + videnc + of Divim + SOlllhlJ I Is Conformity to hIs liken + ss Lt- kbgas o Ilka gndu produces gnatn Spiral produces splrLunlity Jest is formed In the heart makJ3 a man COilI WRYjFordo mortify the doods of thu 1 ady- yo dmll lis a lie lays down till prineiplu of th Christian life It Is not a life conforlnfty but It Is a llfo of ilmn8 formation to thoUlings thatnhaka t- lycoco and rlghtbusnors This Is- th secondevidence The third and bowinoIt you lovo me ycu will ktJp my- sa deLordGod has n13d beoflafuseslands of Jesus Christ and etya- lhI Uult not his hoern Lion The trouble you hwo bin yro plthatyour llte at any time which make you a child or God And hu say It you love me you wilt koep m- saytnga and thoflrat saWIng L God lays upon thu Christian man I that he coma out from the Womldcbu hum In Baptism take up his cross 1 Ills church and live consctordly fo the glory of God If youhait day Ole obadlant spirit which ltzt you to go forthto the execution Of his demands scekU first the RinTdam of God andhIa rlght1IiouSUiJI- II you dont possess theso thhoro- rtmson I for you to take warm of- blesstngsof Sonshlp Tho first blessing Of Dlvlno Son la that there Js thertdoru ow- locondumtlQUim There isthroToro now no card to them whlch are In Christ Jesus who walk not alter the flesh but after the spirt t For the law of ho Spltitof life In Chrdet Jesus bath made trio free from he law of sin and dtnlh Mon do you moan to say that the child or l7od amt mtvor bo condemrod I moan oSI1Y it pladnluy and poalUsely and I dont want to be mlaundtatlr- Tho od ctihd of God can oI1ovtlrbocon dontnod Why Because Jesus Chr has become a curio tor him arid 1stn his own dlathon thb cresa has pald e1vw + i V if tf A New Overcoat oDn I iJ rtWe are showing some stunning models in NEWfall overcoatsi HartSchaff rkM rxi J Overcoats and Rain tsemtbody everything in style overcoat perfection 0 0 = On J We can SatisfyYOUf tu Come and See The- mOVERCOATS t t 5to25- RAiN tCOATS t10 to 22 P BARNES BROStBEAVER AMSKENCUCKY rtno condemnation to thom that n- In re Christ Jesus Oh glorious ohoLis is up n cd hint In Jesus Qhrlsl and know that the condemnation of solo does theIonevery one that bollovatb tbtrtram the law of sin and dnth ifnrIn Christ Jesus bath mods me fr from tilt lawof pin and death Rom1 82 There Js no promise dies shall riot die if Christ dais hIt coming but there Jsn postal promise that the soul shall never sce ath who to Jesus for oNfuga hIlS Plod how then can a Child of God lost oatnally Ho stn not u- ss n Gods promise falls The last blessing or Divine Son ship Js eternal salvaUon My shciJp ar voIce and I liandnopt u uck then out of my Mud Jno The Lord lovtyW ludgptent an aYo Psj11a haturThe soul that on Jesus hath lean reposeds I will not desert to I toes hat soul tl POUgh aU hell shoe ld ondt8vor toehske fothyr Gode rhlldren are securo AMEN i11F1tiER MiT NQV29Mr R L Iason faslc- alle JtoOweDsboro FrldRl Oil rho count of the death pt her sisteri law Otte zak YOUng 1frsas 0 returned homo Saturday night f 1Ur C MTichenor and family returned from Owensboro Sunday night having been to the burial oft his sister Mrs Jeff Burton The youngest can of Mr and lIrs Claude Chick died of diphtheria last tlwnor fitter funeral services Its ro mains were laidSln rho Btiptlst cern lIsso Addle arid Mirtle Taylo I K0 I r jN 1IJiT rTif + dita A+ w +r + d + a ws spent a few days at Nelson Ky kldacheap sale beginning December 1 and lasting through the month hadtyphoidmonths Is some bettor Mr Evorllt Likens spent a hew clays loaf week at Caneyv11le d Parainethobasamentatfoand was seriously hurt IeMr Albert Chinn le erecting aI oftownfourvaflop daysofmother near South Carrollton SupdaMoormanMrsst NoticelAll per oas having claims against kthe estate ot Mrs WJ Howe de provd1911 or theywlll W forever barred A1hnrm11dltltUtS WhltesI Jay and Thursday Owensborn atohashenmolarhermother herslaterFriday She was accompanied homo by her mecca Aleane and Florence thema1BMisslord from Saturday until Monday herIrlendMlssvllle last week k alsterMr and rsonHirsch Saturday and Sunday Mies Stella Daniel Olaton is vielilttgher triontJ Miss Ada Yhlte- M 11 e c t 1 + 4 oenwinrrjq + jvw + y r rYh 9 1