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Irth tjt tartfrt qubJicanFine abMlark DEVOTED TO TilE INTEREsTS OF ALL TIIE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription 1 per Year i fJL XYIII HARTFORD UIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY DECEMBEI 9 910 No 21 SECOND FIRE L WITUIN A WEEK Visited Wwensboro Wedne- sdayt NightI Bankrupt Stock of Ohio Valley Dry Goods Co Swept byII Fire and Water HIstorY repeatid U09lC dast nlgbt when a doatruotlve tire bleb visited the buslncss eooUotll of OwonSltJoro gutted the Ohio Vl31ley Dry Goads oompanys con In rtho A J Wil- ilams building on Main streotaus Ing a loss of somoPing dike 12 000 Tho fire mns one of the most unusual that bas over eccurrcd In OwoWlboro and despite die heraIC work ot tire mmbers ot the fire department the damage will bJ great The fire brolro forth w1CJ In dlCter ent pace and the firomen were working at an caidy hour Thursday mornIng oniginatod c although tI1w l1IIlliOn olalm Jit was lu several locations when they entered the building IwLh a line of huso The worst phase hnw verSe tx have boon near the rar of the budding b- vvhero the flames wore leaping throlQh the skylight Thu alarm was given by Miss Leo Braun who was sleeping Jat1eI sooond floor ot Brauns IIhI W lass 3- lrornh She screanf 3d and wttraoted I the attertlon of Oalmtn John WII i llams and Ortict1 Be11aw Captain 7 Williams ran to the botJtonhot the V steps and caught llIm Braun who F head CainOOdaOfficer Benew ron to the Progross Candy JCtahan Bcd turndf In the alarm to the fire doixutments and wagons from thJ three dCXlrmmts moIsIuntil the vvigors had arrive span the sam3 aId toad three UllilT3 of Rose paying on the flames The pecular tnturJ of dh3 fins Is that the sore had bean oh sad for the past two weeks following the filing bYLOUlil111llle supposed to have bon In the osI session of Deputy United States Mar shal Charles T Nlohols and no one I had the authority to enter the sterolt So aims can be learned no one had boon seoo in tho building since the building had been closed by the of floor although hlrank Full r stated that the front bUnds had been UP until yesterday whoa the noticed that they had bo3n drawn t The damage Ito the EtJock of the I Ohio Valley Dry Goods company will probably amount to somuthing like 10OOQ the value of the albeIt beingf placed Bt 16000 the figures out by WillUam Rowland one 9C thea stockoholdeJlS of the concert oTh- ei building was probably damaged tot the extent or 1000 or 1600 Charles Cohen manager of the Ohio Valley Dry Goods company was t toburned out at Monganfleld about a- y4 Lr Ago r Tiho company lind a c3l 1ta1Izatlonr BholdRowiaud who was connected with tho store for sane timo i as IL chirk- Awned n 300 wwcnth of Uhe etcdc tUidF tt is said Ed Iiodgoa also QwnJd a Mundopq1tlIIh tiling ottht4 bank ruQcyy PeU to 4 lie f4doraf oouf When t oiin ttoweDsbOr end Is- rsuppaegdr to havegono to New York LevYs 3 eadytoavoar store was slightly damnaged oby sntidho put Mr Iravy was hnableito esflmabe this toss put 1tJJ fully c9vcrc4by tmeumnoa- A at l sln ular calnctdenoo Is that the of building Inwhlch the Ohio alloy pry floods ocmpan r vac Located le Jbe same one that was POcupliOO by- l r oinn Ii Barry cO when il stick peas doetroytd by flames ontbq eve zing of August 271909la1 year tho bufndrgo the tuck in tM WJ1 3lama blIllcUUgtCClUmd atoutQio attm0 length of tim1 r rI- f strucUon of tho Plorsoa toN ns ae has this year The WerBCll1 shorn w burned on the night of August 4909amdtho Berry me followed i a tw days later This Lima the two firm occurred exactly one week apart 1 Claims Diamond Was Stolen Alleging because of negligence nnd tho Poor guard the E and T H railroad comp11C and the Pullman company kept over pasaongers occupylng berths Insleepen that ho was robbed of a diamond pin valued at 250 and suffered from the eUoots of- naru tic administered to Mm Chart Cqhn of Owensboro In eUprlor cou rued suit at Evansville agaInst two companies tor 11600 damages Cohn charges that illo purchased u ticket on only 3 for Chfcago lIe says tOOt he wont to mho E and T H stn bier nrds there and went tJo sleep In ono of the berths on the Pullman no charg s that during the night whlto hQ slept someone centered his tienth and placed a narcotic over his core thus Inducing a heavy sloop Ho says while thus stupefied she was roliovod of n diamond valued Dit 210- He charges that tho berths aTe sep Cl only by cur1ttps uEd that no procauUons anartakonto protet the slqers Ha claims that ho was sick tor a constderablo time nCkmwnrds from the effects ot the drug lie- harges the two companies with gl- Igonco III looking after tnlSJngers Cohen is a traveling man ThJ case was flied by Wheoiet and FostI It was sent to Evausvill from Owens oro where Mr Cohn Js corumeded- wtAl hto Ohio Valley Dry Goods rom pang Ix lc seems to have truck us early this time There Is bout a seven Inch snow on the The boys and men are having a great time hunting after the rabbits ProC Allen visited relatives and trlends In Cent Ttown Saturday and Sunday Rev W F Crain filled his regular appointment nt this place SundayI Quite a number ot our farmers attended the farmers institute at Hartford Monday Master Jim Chamberlin Is on the list this week and has not been to attend school Mrs C T Ballll attr a woola visit with Mr J P Foster and family has returned to his home at flea vet Dam Mr Elder Dodsons baby who has been sick for three weeks Is Improv ngMiss Fllydia Foster has been quite this week and was not able to return to school at Hartford Monday morning Esq B S Chamberlin and wlteI dinner with Mr A L Stevens and family Sunday Mr J W Hudson has moved Intoj Mr Archie Fosters property Mr W R Stevogs has moved on Mr L M Wards place where he will live In the tutureIFrom Another tmre6IJOndentI Dec GRe Crane filled his appointment at Wesley Chttpdt Sunday Mr Frank McCormick and family have been visiting relatiVes heroI or sometime leave for their Artesla N lItidayIMiss Bettle Ward a at Point Pleasant this weekJMrs J A Bennett who with her daughter Mrs Fleetwood Ward for some time has returned her home at Hartford Mr Clint Park was called to Beda night on account of the se Illness ot his slater Mrs W CI ennett who we are glad to report much ImprovedISchool at this place Is progressing under ttte management of Fred Anderson Mr James Hudson has moved tq- r Arch Fosters residence Mr W R Stevens has moved to Mr Leslie Wards property vacated by bit Hudson Christian Science Leader Dies MnL Mary Baker Glover Eddy the dlscovorer and founder ot Chtdsban- SclOnce pas ruw ay Saturday glht her home Chestnut Hill a suburb BoIton in Jiarvntnotkthi year No- phy Clans etbemled hiss Eddy In her last U1nes although she hAd the as alsfiance ot several studentsAOmoco- mprlaodher household AmOOlca OX = aminer saw her odya law Hours at tat hbr deaf and uxplalnOd bier pas slngduo tQ natural causes No ar tAauganteuts have yottioan made far the tumoral 0 OLD LOfi CABIN itN Is a ralace Enough For Hlni Says General Simon Euckner Louisville K3 Doe 5Gen Simon joUkvar Duckner renowned loodtr oaKentucky and over elgbt an honorary guest of th rtGovernors Gon Buckner wholl of- fectionatoly referred to hire as the grand old man ot Kentucky was nI joyful as Il lboy I cant keep out of politics lie said last night I guess Its Ur my blood I wish J could have llept out of politico all of my life arid I Would have probably boon a rich man But I am hatrpie r than anybody In the world as it is I came all the way down heIc from Hart county the best spot in th- w0ffd e and Im going back there tomorrow morning because Im homesick already J am living Jin thl limo log cabin on my farm In olll Hart county that I was born In That cabin Is a hundred and th years old My father built It Is In as good a state of preservation today as anyone could wish J mls my own tobacco and I have a tine mint bed and my old dog General wags hIs tall every tine I walk into the front yard This Is ro ordinary log robin Every log In it washawu from a tree grown In old Kentucky I have added to it since tlra lilaco has become mine but I have TJvtr changed the ztlo of architecture or tho manner of cons racnion It ds all logs and good old rid slay and every reom has a great big fire place where In the winter time Wi roast apples pop corn broil game and rnakaa ttttlahot toddy There Is a brood spring just out side the door The water just gushes from the rocks and it as cool and pure as any water Ln the world Along the banks of the lItUQ stream that trickles from the Spring grows the finest mint In tllJoJ world This water and this mInt when combned with a little of Kntucls best spirits makes lrte finest mInt jullp in time worldYoung man you can tnll everybody In the world that I wouldnt gIve up this homo for the palace of a lung Mr Vanderbilt aEdeMr Raeke toiler wIth nil of their money couldnt buy my place up do Hart county I would not trade It for all ot their palaos and all of their riches They- yneed not over try to male me an offer bucausu I would refuse all ot- UHir property for that log cabin had that spring and the ndntbed Wants Increa3e In Army Gen Leonard Wood the chief of staff whoso annual report on the need the military establishment has just been oompllted declares that the army of the Upited States Is woefully unprepared icr war with a tlrtclaS lower This Is due prin clpally to two causes The lack of sufficient proparnUon for a mo bile army and the failure lOt the War Department to assanmble an aduluate reserve ot war material He advocate a reserve Staff oC 300000 mon Thin chief of staff does not dwell nt length on all the facts which have pod to his conclusion but ho has submitted reports tothe Secretary of War and preparyd io go before CODlmttt ot Congress and urge that the present condltoins bo r nte died WEST KENTU SEMiNAIIY NOTESIThe primacy department favored us with avery introting program at chapel Monday morning which was highly enjoyed by all Those who were present at the play which was given at the school building Friday ovening certainly enjoyed a The treatjdepartments are very busy preparing I for the closing examinations of the first term which will end Dec 23d The M I E doclety postponed their regular meeting Friday even Ing on account of the play Miss Elsie ShuilzoC Rochester visited school Monday afternoon A play entitled The Kentucky Belle will bo glycn of W K S Dec 23d A STUDENT c a + MEA URES TO- UNIT METHODISTS To Be Discussed At Meeting of Commission on Federation at Baltimore Baltimore Nov 30Measures regarded by persons well interned on ultimatelyagreateho cohsldered at u mtetlllg here ot tin on edematon corn posed of tleJcgates from the Methodist Episcopal Church Methodist Episcopal Church South and the Methodist Protestant Church The sessions be sun today and will continue until tomorrow evening The immediate object ot the oenn mission Is to bring about n feder- atlonof the three bodies so as to ell minfite de3tructhe competition both at home and In tilt missionary fields abroad Thu commissioners twenty savor In numwrarc ann0ug the lead lag churchmen of the denominations the body being composed of bishops ministers and laymen P01Todays meemg was largely nr- elinlneiry devotional exercises and wet coming cormoonlus consuming the greater part ot time sJ8l1on Pay for Militimen According to the National Guard Journal the bill to lnrovithi pay for mlitkinisn will undoubtdly pass and booomu a law at the coming session of congress Tlw measure stipulates 25 per alit of regular army pay for all enllstod mn ot the mlUUa ami 15 per cunt of army pay for officers This will amount to about 100 per woolU for the unlisted man payable everyquarter for his two hours drill ones w J When tills law lxw comes effective Jt Is thought there wIll be no inore difficulty about naln- tainirg t1 National Guard like there has been In the past when soldiers received no lay except when they were on active survdoe Baptist Church Regular services will bo held next Sunday Sunday school sems 0n at 945 oclocl Mcrning wlrhh at 11I oclock theme of srnwn SJW- ardshlp Evening worship at j oeieck tisanes of sermon Gods Hhdmtes In Time Road to II ell Young pea plos meeting In the Barren Room at G oolock On the account oftho bad wlllithel the pastor dldnt goi away to the meeting and will be at home for wIthe services ot um church CIOM1HIj1 Dec 5Mrs Martin Is quite sick at her homo on Malu street MrLayman Kahn has moved from II Wado Strattons property to Mr Noah Coopers residence In time wes tern part of town Mrs Willis and daughter are vls ltlng their uncle Dr Willis at this placeJudge Miller and Esq G W Martin ot this place attended Federal Court at Owonsboro one day last week They wore witnesses to theI case of Dr Baird vs Ohio countyI Mr T W Wallace was also a wit ness In another case before the same courtPrayer meeting and SundaySchool are progressing nicelY We had an unusually Interesting Sunday School yesterday Let everyone come out next Sunday and take part with us Mrs Jeff Taylor Hartford is vis Itlng her mother Mrs Cooper at this writing Mr Richard Shields has about completed his blacksmith shop on streetfItslderably The high I price of eggs does not help the farmer very much for tho hens seem to be out on a strike Wo are having winter already It is turping colder and sleeting now and it doth not yet appear what It shall be- MIss Ruth Hunloy Beaver Dam visited Miss Corlnne11ltord a few days last week Mr W L Warren Gllatrap was here a short time yesterday Dr Pal T Willis and family n turned from Cdlhoon Friday where they had been at the bedside of bIn mother who diedat that place Thursday Wo join their many friends In extending condolence IIIi their sad hour God glveth and taketh away The Sunday School Is planning t1 Christmas entertainment at this placeMr Clyde Dortch who works on the river Is visiting his mother at this time Mr and Mrs George Taylor and family Round lull vlslteQ her par ents Mr and Mrs C Y Allen a tow days last week Mr Taylor also vis Ited his aunt Mrs M I Lansford and family Select The revival at Green River closed last Tuesday night A very good meeting was had several being re stored With best wishes for The Republican Notice Totlaeell Toeless At a meeting of the finance committee held hero Monday It was de cided that In order to regulate the delivery of tobacco hero so as to avoid a rush which would cause the growers needless expense and worry that we should adopt the registry plan that Iii that anyone having tobacco ready to deliver should notify me and I will register their load or loads and set a day for them to lle liver But It should ho clearly understood that anyone tailing to como at the time set for them lose their turn and will be dropped from the register Now In order to male thisIplan a success It will bo necessary for the people to cooperate with me and not register until they have their tobacco stripped and ready forfdelivery and then get there as as they can so that we may have time to get It uuloadedIT F TANNER Grader Born in Old Kentucky IThe Democratic Govtnlorllect oCl whose election Is now con coded by a plurality ot some 20000 votes Is Lee Cruce who left nittendon county Ky twenty years ngoI to seek tame and fortune In the 1Vst- rM- nmiles Cruco was loin lia fatalfho from Marion torttiovn years ago SIMMONSI Dx 0Mr Earl Cooper rdurnIod homo Sunday Crom a weeks visit It Crol11eI Mr and Mrs Itn McShery tn tral City visited Mrs Martha HaC- Carty SundaIMiss Chloe Rafferty has berm very rick for the past week but is thought- to bo sonic better- Mr William Cox Brooklese visit ad his sister lire Bernet- Mr Manic Donnal and hiss Etta Swooder were ml1rrltl Wednesday Wu wish tJlem a long and happy life Mr and llns Enos lniws Cronnve11- visttsA Mr Thrustou Cole Friday night HOPEWELLIDec 5Sunday school closed yes tardaIProtracted meeting will begirt Tues- y might Doc 13th Bro toll Cromc Beaver Darn will assist Bro DtJnI note Mr E Klrtly who Is 1isitlngI his daughter Mrs Ome lkmntett Is ill at this rIUngIMr Ed Wlllianmewhosa illness tWO mentioned last week is fluproving slowlyMiss Polly Coleman apart Sunday with Miss Maggie Faught Misses Lena Russell and Dmlnh- Mlles spent Sunday with Mss Carrie Russell BerImanMr Shelby Robinson and Iva Rowe took dlllnor wdtlm pesos Rhoda and Maggio Williams Sunday Miss s1e Taylor East St JoulsI Is oxpectud to arrive the 17Ut to spend the hoW1ays with her parents Mr and Mrs Columbus Taylor Mr Ennest Rowe and Miss Wllllo Brown spent Sunday at Mr John Cum rains Sunday School Is still its progress at Pond Run The time being 230 oclock p m also prayer mooting on Saturday night at six oClock TilE CHRISTMAS PRESENx QUESTION SETTLED JlEREI A Phonograph will please anyone from baby to grandpa A fine line of machines two and tourminute records on hands Como in and talk It over J n TAlIAN The Jeweler Hartford Iy r PRESIDENT TAFT DELIVERS MESSAGE To SixtyFirst Congress Tuesday Morning Time of Session Thought Too Short for Favorable Action Washington lLoc 6Congress gave rspvLfn1 ntwntlcn to Iraidetrt Torts nroasagu totiny Jut there Wul comparatively few umentbers who were wlllllg to concede the probability of favorable notion at the Ares nt session OIL many of the rnonunendations contained therein The genneal opinion w that tinme would not permit ot action In view of the fact Ulat time silo11 will close larch oj The message was delivered to both houses by Serutary Latta soon after they eonvenwl at noon Mr Latta made ids first appearance in till Senate arriving lnmmoddately utter th announcument of this PrL6dtJl1t8 nwn to commllnlcate hs views n- writing This ann llncmoat was nnado by Senator Oullom on lfuhLlC or dQn- isull and Senator llonuy who coustl tic senatorial conuulttce to In or the 1ravldnt that tilt 8dl- Lte was pr4pard to receivereoounue- ndalonafrom idm Almost Inunudlat ly afterward Mr Latta duUv1roo time message to tire house In his message o cngrss Iresi Tart favors Ship subsidy bill Application of all civil service princl- pley to consider and diplomatic ser ConsolldaUen of some of the cue tomsdiatrjetsMore apiirxprtations for pUb lic buildings and riser and harbor hn- provenlent and abolition of fork bar methods Making tarttt boards 1Jerml1nent and ncreasing it tutu UlrC to five Banking and cllrJJoJnC reformtn under supervision of nonlartisan and dl8lnt- JrOEwcl comlllLi lon Ivtup on legislationaffecting cor porlAonsEcononiy of ndmlnlstmtion Building up or lionre industries Stranghening ot confdence of capital In donmeetic Invastmeuts Repeal ot voltmteer army net Increase in number of regular armmy officers Closer supervislar ot nillltia b regular arm officers Increase In number of army enl noersAppropndatton of 9000000 for fortifying Panama canal HIgher postal rnts for advertising sections of magazine Cheapening of cost of litigation In courts as ho says a poor man Is a disadvantage In a legal contest with a corporation or a rich 01l1lu neat Abolition of number pC unnecasary appealsPassage of law regulating Issuance to injnnetions Federal Incorporation law Two new battleships and other yes sale for navy Leasing cat oil and gas lands and wager power sites All losauasters put urdr classified serviceRecognition of Peary for reaching Nortin Pole- GoverMlent of Alaska by commission Parcel lost on rural delivery routes Fortification of Corregidor Island Manila Bay and Pearl harbor Vigorous prosection of census pad dons Reimbursements for Southern Pacific for costs In fighting tlcods Heavy lInos for steamship companies which violate immigration flaw Pensions for superannuated public clerks and omployes Amendment Ito Interstate ctmmmoreo law to enable commission to ascertain valuation ot railroads and fidng- respoasibllitits of public wrnIel In Issuance of hills of lading ne also declares the eorporaJon tax has works well and calls attention to thetact thtn the ostimaas far the year ending Juno 30 1912 aro over 59000000 less than this years l f n 1- r Begins Saturday Morning December 830 0 clock and Continues Until Saturday Evening Dec 17 at 1030 clock CARSONCOMPANYSh l 1LH fi1 f 1 T l I Just one week of fast and furious sellingone week when you can swing to yourself all the benefit of sharply reduced prices for we have cut the prices of PRINTZESS coats and suitsnot a tiny cut ofa few pennies deceive you but great big generous slices that cut to the heart of profit This store will be the rallying point of prudent minded womento you who realize the happy combination of quality garments at almost unheard of pricescornegather to yourself the benefit of these savings Remeraberone week and only onebut a week marked by sensational prices and extra quality offerings 110 1 ti1ii a 1 Jr =t Printzess Suits at Theres Dash and SwingingCqat Prices like These ii Grace in These Skirts MakeReally LuckyYesandyoull find the prices lowso low inlThese snits offer you a wide range of clothes andfact that you may well consider yourself inNotto own your winter coat now is to pass real colors for selectionthey are the aristocrats ofobtaining them we are willing to admit thatbargainsaving opportunitiesfor prices suchas the ladies garment fieldread the descriptionswe ouldnt have made these prices earlier inthese are seldom met PRINTZESS coats con and note the prices at which we offer themlucky the seas but overstock slakes the sacrifice neetainall that is good in style fit and quality and indeed will be the woman who buys the PRIXessary Take advantage of these pricesyouwl n you can own them at such discounts you- ISS nL h suits now 7 25 t0 18 50der yourself 2 75 to 1175 1i SPECIAL uRLUES- I in sea onablc goods suita hlc for holiday gifts For Gentlemen Dress Gloves Driving M its Neckwear ShoesJ i Fancy Suspenders Fancy Hose House Slippers Y klti IIL 0 10 0 to U II II II I II II LijII Iill VTeare in position to furrni h you a high grade GUSTO7VT T7U LORED SUIT c a In the latest fabrics at an extremely attractive price SUIT tivill be made to your measurements and it will fit you It will bo lined and fin TIIIS in thoroughly high grade manner the workmanship of the best quality and iii every respect it will be all that you could asle for in a tailored suit We will have this suit made for you by J L TAYLOR CO Chicago the largest tailoring home of its kind in the world which buys the entire outputs of the best mills and secures not only the lat est but the best fabrics as you will acknowledge when you have looked over the large variety of samples which we have for your inspection Buying in tremendous quantities and making garments on a very large scale with a staff of the highest grt Io tailors and cutters this firm ena bles us to offer you more style and quality in suits than any tailor making only It few suPs a year could offer at much higher price titan we ask Como in and look over the samples and let us measure you for a suit l5he we can you on a high grade fashionable youLJray CARSON COMPANYINCORPORATEDI Hartford Kentucky on Man Street 1 t- I iI I r0 a u 4 y 1J itY Y- 1 II L I sisx I SPECIAl VRLUESkin seasonable goods suita ble for holiday gifts For Ladies Fancy Handchiefs Street Gloves Fancy Hose Hand Bags Sl1oe Table LinenSi 0 1 Scarfs I I 1- Rugs r T I 4 1 II I i h 1 c 1M T41 y SEND YOUR BOY TO Y tMatheny Batts I Vanderbilt Training J School ELKTON KENTUCKY t A limited select school Col tlge trained teachers Students from more than thIrty towns in Kentucky and from six Southern states Equipment valued at X45 000 Electric Lights Steam Heat Hot and Cold Baths Moral Sur rrnindings excellent No saloons Extremely healthful location 3 4i 000 spent on improvements this t I summer +We take boys from 12 years of 4Ifup you want your boy carefully trained send him to us and sendr him while he is young L The nineteenth year of the i school opens Sept T t Write for illustrated Catalogue Address All Communications to tMATHENY BATTS rPrirlcipals JlC KEPT ON PRAYING The House Chaplain Responded ths Journal Clerks Appeal FI After a rather lengthy prayer by tho chaplain ot the bouso ot representu ties a veteran member said Tho chaplains prayer reminded me of the most amusing Incident 1 ever saw during my entire service IIi the house ot representatives The Incident occurred many years ago so 1 have forgotten the names of the actors One day the journal clerk rushed into the house while the chaplain was praying He looked through the draw ers of his desk In a hasty manner and then hustled to the sldo of the chap lain Keep on praying ho urged ear nestly We cant Und the journal Mr Chaplain was so startled that he faltered In hl prayer but after u moment he seemed to grasp the situation Ile bowed his head still lower and continued to proyTbe usual time devoted to prayer In the house Is about a minute Members begun to shift un easily on their feet to look nt their watches and Instead ot bowing their heads In reverence they looked at the speaker pleadingly The speaker el- dently had been Informed of the dUn eulty and realizing that the business 1of the house could not proceed without the journal he was willing the memo bers should get plenty ot prayer Aft er ten minutes solid praying the preacher showed signs of getting nerv ous Us knew the members were get ting restive and ho looked down to ono clerksJ pleaded the clerk We havent found It yet The preacher did not stop until ho had been praying for tlfteen minutes nt the end ot which time the journal clerk rushed Into the house bearing the precious book under his arm Amen said the chaplain with a nigh of relief and the speaker promptly ordered the clerk to read the jour nal ot the preceding days business Washington Times- RAILROAD TRACKS If You Must Follow Poem Walk Out aide Not Between Therm Two men one young and tho other grizzled with middle age were ring beside the railroad track In a Boa ton Suburb on their way tothenerves station The younger stepped between the rails Better walk here he ad vlsed Its better walking No replied the older man I neve- walk on the ratlropd track But iIwere facing the direction from wiled trains come persisted the other Its Mfg MY son said the ila man I was s railroad i more than twenty years and If learned one thing from the poor haps rye seen plcked up it was not to walk on a railroad track when there fa ac I ct 4 yi- w i l k t rr mess nlty or watking anywhere elseIIf the law stopped nil traIns running on Sunday and this was Sunday JIwouldnt do It Its the fellow thats sure hes Inking nil the precautions that Jets ltllled Here was n man who knew about railroads from Intimate conectlon wltbI them Ells advice was the advice or nIman who knew Every railroad manor experience will say the same ns he In England the tracks are private property and nobody Is allowed to walk upon them so nccldenta are rare Here hardly a day passes that we do not read ot men killed while malting n thoroughfare of the railroad right of way And usually It Is noted that they Were on the safe side ot theItruck became confused by the np preach ot two trains und stepped InIfront ot one or the other Occasionally something Is to be gained to dlstunce by taking to the railroad Instead of the public highway The man who feels that he must do this will bl wise always to walk jeIside the track and Borer on It ItImay not be quite nil good walking hut he Is not likely to suffer regrets In a hospitalBoston Traveler Marvelous Discoveries mark the wonderful progress of the age All flights on heavy machines telegrams wIthout wIres terrible war Inventions to kill men and that wonder of wonders Dr Kings Now Dlscocrto save Uto when throw t enetl by coughs colds lagrlppe asthma croup bronchitis hemorrhages hay fever and whooping cough or lung trouble For all broncl1lnl affections- It has no equal It relieves ilnetant ly Its the surest cure James M Black of Asheville N C R R No 4 writes It cured him of an obatina tty cough after aU other remedies fall ed 60c and 100 A trial bottlo free GuaranteEd by all druggist m Many own Iona On any map of the entire world It- Is Impossible to indicate all the unknown regions since many ot them are comparatively small A map showlngeve17 y section of the earth e surface U yet unmapped would ba dotted with th9usandsof such areas Cheap Clttbblng Rates We have mado au arrangement wit Farmerrot Loulsvfllo whereby wo ere enabled to furnish Tbe Hartford Republican and that paper ono year for 160 Jourhsbeclln Ow readers should take advantage o th1Ji offer u l It Irle s Y L MAN STUDY YOUR HAIR Then Before You Comb It Study the Architecture of Your Face Just nil surely as hair is womans crownIng glory It Is mnutt glorious crowningthat to those that ba1- It Those whose heads have pushed a up through their hair usgahy use a- buckubnek towel fur the delicate pruc ors of parting till hair but unlestone but the ptCllllnr requirenunts tt is nota worth while to eultlvnte them Men with low squatting toreheMis should not pull their hair down over their brows und won whose foreheads are beginning to work buck should In site their larks down It your hair has quietly slipped down toward your curs on each side leave It there It you bring It up In strings uud Vsps It will merely look like cllmblllg vines and will never really have the free uud easy hoooeilke appearance that ought to be the part of nil natural hair Do not part your hair any earlier than you can help Hair Is In a hurry these days anyway Usually It doesnt stay more than long enough to make sure that the baby Lot going to be n boy before It hastens oft It will part ot Itself soon enough the best you cnn do Before combing your hair you should get acquainted with the architecture ot your face It your face Is of the harvest moon variety do not Inlay your hair Put It up ns much ns possible Its better to look like a feather duster ou n Monday morning than n scratched billiard ball on n Saturday night But It your face Is of a long gallop- Ing ensemble do not encourage your hair to fluff Instead keep It down close to headquarters If your head Inclines to run up to a cone do not spread your hair around In Imitation of a palm tree thatch Rather CulT It up and windrow It for tear some un bred person will begin to talk about spring radish topsHomer Croy In Delineator UNCLE SAMS DOCTORS Rank and Pay of Physician In the Government Service Uncle Sam employs moro than 1000 physicians These doctors are pretty evenly ill- vlded between the medical corps of the army the medical corps of the nay the marine hospital and the public health service The complete army medical corps Includes 444 medical ot- ficers a In addition to the medical ro serve corps the hospital corps the nurse corps and the dental corps The medical corps embraces a surgeon general with the rank ot brigadier general H colonels 105 majors and 300 captains or first lieutenants with the rank pay and allowances ot oUlcers of 5armThe pay of doctors Is Interesting The lowest rank held by medical ot- ficers Is that of first lieutenant The medical lIeutennnt Jets 2000 per annum or 1GUGG monthly At the end ot three years he Is promoted to cap tales and receives 2400 n year In two years he receives nn increase ot 10 per cent or Oe years service making 2IHO or 220 per month After ten years service the pay would be 2SS0 240 per month The pay attached the rank ot major is 3000 per year which with 10 per cent added for each fire years service becomes 3100 aft er ten years service 3000 lifter fifteen years service and 1000 after twenty years service The luonthl pay ot lieutenant colonel colonel and brigadier general Is 3i 41000 and 500 respectively In addition to their salaries officers nro furnished with comfortable quarters and the keep ot two horses free and groceries fuel etc at wholesale prlcesNew Orleans TlmesDemocrut The Bald Eagle Neat Among birds the home of the bald eagle Is perhaps the most strikIng pOSe sfbly because of the majesty of the bird Itself It appeals to the lmaginn uon Built ot huge sticks loosely interwoven and situated on some lofty anti Inaccessible ledge with the bones ot the eagles victims scattered roundabout It It gives n proper setting to the stern and savage character of builder lIere the eagle reigns ItIpreooe and here year otter year he his mate rear their young This Is i the aerie from which be can scan tbe whole countryside and like the robbe barons ot old levy toll on nil who pass his door Her Lost Jewels DncklotzWhats this I hear about Mrs Swellman being robbed of her jewels SubbubsInctTbeyre gone and Mrs Kraft Is the guilty party BacklotzWbat You dont menD to say she stole SubbubsWhat else can you call U She offered the cook 16 shllUngs a week and the chamber maid 10 shillings and now shes got emLondon TitBlts A Subtltute Pardon me gentlemen said the In dlvldual who had lust nosed Into the little town as he entered the grocery store but Is there n chicken raiser here Why dont you take an axT asked the vlllago Talleyrond A razor will losoltsedgetfyou use It ona chicken DUNDEE LynIMrs Marvin Moseley Owensboro Hattie Ruth and Jean WeUer Cecil and Dimple KuykendollPearl Star ewe DenatOraves Valorla Harrison Myrtle T1Uord Lizzie and Deulab- I Moore Ernestine Rnipa Isabelle Ac BernicetHe mon Rentrow and Jesse Kuyken- r L4 dbll aU spent a delightful afternoon- on Slate Rlpplo Hill Thanksgiving Mr and Mrs William Drown near Hartford were the guests of Mrs dayIlog from a barn loft and breaking his arm lIe Is geltlng along us well I could bra expected Mr Roscoe Fentress drppped a crosstle on its ankle Saturday buts not seriously hurt He Is able to be out nowI Miss Martha Thomas was guest of her cousin Miss PattieI Thomas Yelvington Ky from Thursday until Tuesday Mrs Marvin Moseley and Mss Jett Owensboro were the guests of Miss Helen Ralph from Thursday until Saturday Miss Valerin Harrison was the guest of Miss Pearl Stevens from Saturday until Monday- Mr Jesse Kuykendoll Is having chillsMrs Duff Is still slowly ImprovingMr Mrs Carson of Shreve visited Mr Oscar Petty and family from Saturday until Monday Several from here attended the box supper at Sunnydale Thursday nightMrs Alice Murphy died at her homo Sunday morning at 11 oclock of tuberculosis She had been very low for some time nail her death was not unexpected Mrs Murphy leaves three sons and n daughter beI sides a host of relatives and friends I to mourn their loss Weep not dear children for your mother She Is resting now above And some day you can be with her Whore all Is peace and love A Womans Great Idea Is how to make herself ntttrncthe But without health It Is hard for her to be lovely In face form or temper A weak sickly woman will be nervous nail irritable Constipation nail Kidney poisons show In pimples blotches skin eruptions andI wretched complexion But Electra I Bitters always prove a Godsend to tomcat who want hullth beauty and t friends They regulate Stomach 11v- or and Kidneys purjfy the blood III I 10011complexion 00 at all druggists act I I FlatlelghIYoua girl 10 n week for cooking Oh no replied Mrs Urbandalo We only pay her 2 a week for cookIng The other S Is for staylngCbl sago Dally News Death from Sting of Poisonous Flies three persons died yesterday nt- Mnrsellles after having been stung by poisonous flies Several streets are Infested by the Insects which ar said to have been brought to Marseilles In a cargo of South American woolEcho do Paris KeptThe King at Home For the past year wo have kop t the mng of all laxaUvesDr Kings Sow Lifo Pillsin our homo and tirey have proved a blessing to all our faml- Ir writes Paul Iathullcn of Buffo lo N Y Easy but sure remedy for Stomach Liver and Kidney tIOU bles Only 25c at all druggists ni iForSale Reat Estate 50 Acres of the finest Rough rive wealrof Hartford About 20 acres In cult vatton Good dwelling and out build Ings A bargain for 1250 C We have 460 acres of fino bottom land from one and a halt to two miles of Hartford part of It with Umber Also about 76 acres of up land belonging to the same tract Terms easy S 180 Acres of land two miles south of Rosino on a free delivery route out of Denver Dam 30 acres bottom land about 20 acres timber land and the rest of It fairly good upland Five room frame two story house two barns and good tenant house Splen did orchard never railing well In yard and horse lot and spring In easy reach of the house In good repair Must bo sold and will be sold at a bargain 5- n Anew one and onehalt story frame building with live rooms and largo recptieoa hall built out of the best solccted material Situated on Clay and Fredrlca streets Hartford Ky Lot fAa206 toot Fine well of soft water All necessary out buildings Terms reasonable Apply to l 4 f BARNETT FOSTER Hartford Ky ti 4 CENTisilnllalingdleFoodalldfculaI alet+ ncssandRestfontahsnclttaro OpiumHorphinc norNicrcral NOT NARCOTIC I s31I y RtrVtIJI01JiJJSMOJIlJl1li z iiflar1 fie Srrd xAtfltSl1lI1A1 Rmmnirr ttdtastorifltd N1 13r1tpm11cm c eci rorCanSrlJ3 hsWormsCo ncWnessmulLOSS OF SLEEP o FacSimile Signature of- 60Or fitNEW YORK uarantee un riheFoala Exact Copy of Wrapper Y CASTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind YOU Always Bought Bears the Signature of In- Use Thirty Year- sCASTOR1A TMC COPAN NW IAITEDaA RIDER AGENT and distrlctto sahib WN to sample Latest Model nnn eP tumhhed us Our everywhere are makinr money fast IVt or JuUpartitulanaxdrprtraioferatoate- No MONY1tpQU1 tlIuntilyourrcefveanda aprronol our Wshlp to anyone anywhere in the U 5 without II text depant In advance err arJrnght and TIN LAPS FREE TItiALduring whith time you may nde the bicycle and put It to any test yrou wish II you are then not perfectly patisfiel or do not wish to keep the bicycle ship It back to us at our expense andy Not out ens tIt PRICES We furnish the highest grade nitales illS possible to make FACTORY alone small profit above actual tsctory cost You save fl to fat middlemens profits by buying direct of us and have the manufacturers goat IInle behind your UO NUT IIL a bieydeora pairot tires fromapoem lit rou receive our catalogues and team our unheard of Jattorl mitts andrmarkaNIIt ifr to rhlr 11110 antYOU1lrecan make ou Ihis rear Vesell thehighestgradebicclesf rlessmtit- han any other la nry yYe are satisfied with f cprofit above facuay curt ltlkCLI llltllt can se 1 our uyt ea uo er your own name p to al our prces Urdcrs filled hedy reteived QdoUbl HAND ItloveLEs do not regularly handle second hand bicycles ho have a number on hand taken In trade by our Chicago retail storu I here we clear out at prices ranging from tea to ti5 or Sit Descriptive bargain lists malted free 811111 wheel IInlortcl roller lts and plhsla pare retain etc- yCOASTER DRAES equipment of all kinds at lalJlhe rural rltJr1lru s o HEDGETHORN PUNCTUREPROOF SJ a as- ASELFHEALING SAMPLE PAIRTIRES IOIHTRCDOCEOmr IJThe rtJrula retail price of ttUrlS1 yJo bed to introduce we will refJyauosomplrpairorSl60tarhrul7GordtrllJ f NO MORE TROUBLE FROM PUNCTURES NAILS Tacks or Olnu will not let the air out Sixty thousand pairs sold last car Over two hundred thousand pairs now In use DESCRIPTIONlllfalelnall sixes Itlallvely and casysidln ry Inside will a special quality of rubber which never becot Have For Over CCNTAU VOaa crn We traInltatrleaponceortwiceinawholeseasonrheywelrhnomoret Thill othereJLASTI0 aultread Theregular price 01 thelellrs isfdyoperpairbutforgtSY JUUIO the rider of only 480 per pair All orders shlppd same day letter to seeehct We ship C 0 nft on approval You do not R cent until you have examined and found them strictly R represented We allow a CIU e lacount of 5 per cent making the price i54aa per pair If you send FULL CSII wiTIt OnDEn enclose this advertisement You run no risk In sendingus art order as the tires may be returned at OUR expense if for any reason they are on enmlnatloll We lire perfectly reliable and money sent to us R liS a bank Jf you order a pair of these tires you will find that they will ride easier run faster wear better last longer look finer than any tire you have ever used or seen at any price We know that you will be m will phased that when you want a bicycle 011 avail glee us your order We want you to send us a trial order at once hence this remarkable lire offer dont buy any kind lit any price until you send for a pair of lr YOU NEED TIRES Jledgethorn PunclureIroof tires on approval and trial at the above or write for our big Tire and Catalogue which uMuRllrlccoDO UUYISO n bicycle new cud wouderlu offers we are making It only costs a postal to icam everything J L MEAD CYCLE COP PANY i inAao ILL StB- II Save 75 t- DY PURCHASING ONE OF OUR FULL BOOKKEEPING COURSE SCHOLARSHIPS rforonly The regular price is Sroo Those who bring or mail this advertisement to us within five days after seeing it and telling us where they saw it will be able to have one reserved at the low rate of SzA Books nail stationery are included No time limit If not ready tofu buy one for future use BUSINESS COTJTreGElllooaro411I 11 Second and Walnut Stre LOUISVILLE KY t ttI v f r 4 1- K lf t 4 r- f Harttol d Republ Entered eecordlag to taw atthe Poato lee Hartford xru man matter or the eood etaU O M BARNETT 1Fdltore aqd PrQprlet J NEY FOSTER Address nU cwmrnunicatiott to The Hartford Republican tJI PDOt s J b 1anM4031goudaFRIDAY DECEMBER 9 The death of Mrs Mary B Ed U wonderful woman who has boat at the I htad of thu Chrlutlm Scienco people for ro many ytars leas that orgnnlaticn as oftloi head It also eomaw5at tllscoun their pcsttlou because of the fa that h had con ndud t1LLl1r Eddy would haver dta She lived bJ rrdnuty Years of Ug and her ac- coml11shmoots In hot chosen aork will servo to give her a Innmfnu- plaoo nt In htstory Hartford pOOll should make so effort to Influence the L N Rat- read Company In the matt a of gl log better passenger service on new M H E road It is lmposy l blo W go to Owonsboro over th line and return the same day D e sides It Is tlacessarY W watt Moorman three and one half atou- S to make a trip orer his line at and returning It Is necastary to eta y over at Moorman all nght on the way to Hartford This line clnnot expect much passenger Service oa of Hartford or points In Ohio coun ty until onto better arrangement for ccnotion at thIs punt and blate r facBltles for reaching Louisville and return are Inaugurate Our lropl desire to patronIze their home line whonever lossible but they hope toI Nava the asa1We of tits rnllro3dj people In making It PCS ble There Is to be an effort to rear ganlztr and push the llns of the AnterI scan SocIA of Equity In Kentucky This Is a laudable und rtatnkg as should have t113 hearty coopurnha of every mel1I of the scolaty and ovcryone who has horn a member oft t in the past It has been ttorouglt- ly domcIUltrattd by the failure of theI Burkty Society and the Dark Tobacc- AswciaUon n that success cannot b attained In the pooling of crops eX cept through a permanurt organlza ton which reaehct3 out W thu school houeo locals and one which is male Udncd by proper oUloors proper r gulaUons and regular ntOJtlngs ror the members The loose way ot inertly carrying the pooling pledge around and securing names wlthout the reslonslbitity of membership f 11us any well defined crgunlmtlan hM proven a falur The Am rican So efety ot Equity the mother or all oftlllJ attunrtts at organization hai all along desrued btltl r treatment and better suppart than it has r cJUfl at the lands of the P ople This or ganlzaUon Is Uc1toral and omds to promote IntclHglIJ Icyaty to the JntC1Xst of tlw farmers and In- guaraatee a agalnst the lawosln tS which has prevalled In fsecUiore or the State whl a the Am irlaan Soclut- of Equity has Ind no organdzahton- Vllill Jat ndrJ tlJu tind Etake Court nt vansboro last wel the vvrltr was 1l111lztd to hoar the learn ed judge of tincstan DistrIct at- Hnutucky while arniallhg a Lur ill a Night IUdr Chi suit dsqual fly lurnurous cltlzJIIII b cause tll1Y had belonged to Ute AUHrlnn So clot or Equity PreaUcally InnQun- Jng that thIs society and hd night rider orgnnlznltoll era ani and thJ saute Thlr Is no more connctio bet+von Ire nuerican Society n Equity and any ntgltt Tldr ur Klu Klux orgml7aton than three Is b- twuantha alatonsOdd FellcrosKntblr or Iythins and the Night Riders Them has never been a member ofI the American Seclety of Equtty In tltcted lit CClDnocUon with these out mgts and no member of this socIety has ever been accused ot connoctio with any of tlea night rider organl- zaUlons and It Ls an outrage uJlon this organization which hats stood solidly for law and ordor oven otter leg a reward or 6000 for the oon- vlctton of MY of its rnembem for poutloipaticn In any night nider out rages to have these Spimlans thrtdw- upon a st of mUll WHO ARE A HONEST LOYAL and LAW ABIDIN- cltdzana as are cotlltnlnoo In any s5ato In the union Whcl3oN thle organization has nada tpothol there has Lam no disorder In Ohio lfancockDayoss McLain and olu- counths u os the Groen Rtvor aootlon Where the American Society of Equl ty has beun strongest no night- rider troubles 4n connooton w1h the tobacco War hVo OVer takon place n Society of Equtty bns- iserbad ally mnbona In into coun iIi Ir t t y t d4 j lJt 1ties where these troubles drove arlson It but three members tnOhtcounty In all of Its irletoryand no ono or the da66miaute Ine trial a- Uavnsboro t last week wove boIIl to have ever boon COrJllOCtd with the American Socityty of Equity Th1s orgnnltlb1on Is not n socittt one U members are t Equlrod to assume no oath tit abBalWon and the meotlr aria or a nit jIIU times to vleltpr atery zng of theuarlous 10 cede th wives and daugJrknJ of tho m vtrlkra are 1YtmAtd and Inw1tr I to attend to har dlScusslOI13 cal culatod to elevate tJoI members so daily and morAlly as wnilas to bat ttr qualify them for their ohOSJIl mo crimesIynot the lea 5t among them Is that of casting tauaUons upon an en lira crgnnJzatlOJ1 of good men Jndi ittsto r honIiIIn ilia I Whnt TJi Leaders Says About Us The Fourth District Leader of meElardineburg edited by Hon John P IasOeII says Mr J Ney Foster has purchased RepublcIean now eaispaper sometime We congratulate the Itoung man upon returning to newspaper work The Hartford Republic an under the management of him self anti Col Darnett Is one of the best weekly newspapers In the State tResolutions of Respect Resolutions of respect tram Pond Run church Whereas wo find the Supreme Ru let has rnmoved from our midst ourI beloved sister Sable Kirtley who Is survived by a companion and YJI children SIster Kirtky was born Dec 9tJ1 1S39 and died Nor 7th 1910 and WWlJ admSQd to tills church on the 6th day of Jan IS94 and has IIvooa der Woilour grief with earls our denrtsglltcul utterance In tears and la thorn spoaltI thus we bow in sorrow at the takingS of our sister but feeling that whileS the ripened fruIt may be gathered there Is no one can take her p1aW- o in our hearts yet it is well to ron Ilzo that our sorrow and regret while natural and not unworthy is to a 1carmin extent SUUlI Our sorrow Is for ourselves our regret and Iraln at parting Is duo to a sense of personal loss which we fora that she has passed to a splendid coward and W c trust that WWjll It la ours to lay down our burdens of life each of mil bf prepared to looo such n graft consolation no Lt Resolved That we the church tender to the bereaved family our deepest sympathy be it further resolved that a paIN bo sat apart iii lour nccord look for tits TcorxllDg or this urmrorlal and n copy bi sent to Ute bereaved family e K QUINN JUIODA VILLiAMS- aIYRNA GRAVES Ccnunlttee- v Resolutions of Respect Resolutions of R speet from Pond ilea Church Whereas wo fnd that our Jieatv4 ly father has In Ills infinite wis dam v1stcd our vicinity and romoved IIfrom our ntfdtt our beloved Bro E Maddox Jiro Iaddox was torn July 1840 and died Nov ntJ1 1910 leaving a wHo and fho ch11i1ranIIro Maddox was united to this church by hotter Sptanrber lOUt 1901 nail has lived a faithful member since admll scant Iloa feeble are Words to carry con solnt1on W hearts bereaved n n beloved brother and an affectionate far tier a kind and gander branch which did spring fourth and unrold Its blossoms in our midst Md now leas btut gathered 4o the land of rot Wo have no doubt that Bra Maddox has uUmathCly won that crown of We promised to tlroso who do the will of our 1leavoalyfnthorlVhlie on earth and we fool assured that ho will share the tvunrds lJUOmlsod to the faithful It will bo a sacral houhtt In y mto Dame that he lived In our vicinity WI long WI he did and u UtSwill over so wlldorJy cherish his pure memory Bldt Raohnd th wo the Church ender our deepe9tt sympathy to the borrovod family bo it further rwolv- ed that a gaga bo set apart In our roe and hook for the recording or this memorial and a copy pre anted totho bereaved faullly C iC QUINN RHODA WlLIJIMIS MYRNA GRAyS Comiblttca- a + t 4 v I qr KENTUCKY FAST STOCK MADE MONEY 1 T Ireland Cleans Up 7565 h Kentucky Races Durlng Seasond J T Ireland lad uU the hmIUO who race m Kentucky 4h1s4allinth a amount of stakes and pu IwanMr Irelands stable during the 52 days racing In Kentucky won a LOInI of 7665 His neanst comp 1tJr FdDowell ot LexIngton with 4540 L R Bradley ardJCal afham of Lec- lagton won 4014 and 35 r3IPctI- Vely Those who won avr two thousand dollars v ttnu 1J T Ireland 7565 J V Schorr F F Caiman 4484 L P Doorhooif 4549 T go McIlowb 4361 D M Odom 0109 E R- Brgdloy IOly J B DcspOCS 399 J C alllam 353 W G Yaukc 3319 J G Greener 3250J R Wainright 2915 p Sebrubler 2 U2 D C Cottle 2647 A Weber 2 635 P Dunne 2445 Capt E CM- satt 2521 3I Hrsb 2417 W T Anderson 2365 t Land Sale For Taxes By virtue of taxca due me the Sheriff Jf OhIo County Kentucky will on Monday January 2 1911 expose at public sale at the Caurt House door In Hartford Ky boo tIeJ1 the hours or 10 a m and I p m the following lands or somuch thereof WI may bi necessary to produce the sums required iz- No3 Dada Land Total Tax Boehn Edgar 215 a25Gibs-on D 50 a 3UO Hatcher J W 85 a s07- Kuns Mrs Annie 60 a t 45 Hudson GG 50 n 1025 Hoover C C 60 a 70C Hoover L C Sr 165 a 20i5 Hoover Lewis 22 a 5IG Liles L M 50 a 1025 Maddox G W 67 a 950 Park J H 60 n 775- arris J M 120 a 1560 + ens R D 5 ai 805- tevens A I 2 a610 Smith L D is a 7a5 Smith A L 40 a 7i5- Wanlca M D 45 a AJ75 WardV ESr 30a 62i Vard A 65 a 13S ward E D 16 a oo rso oo 67J Ward Nat 16a s7t- N0 3 BEDAt ADDITIONAL Wattxzron Richard tiO B l12i- I NO 7GOOL SPRINGS Drown O u 130 a 17G Brown C N 130 a 3U Brntvu E D 75 a it 146- 1Haskins L H 90 a 75 i Taylor clay by J W Derry mM 422 a 1092V- Stum Hanry and C H Drown 85 a p 1095 NO30Prentls Arbuckle Zlbe S n 1250 Bracken J J 150 a oo 62I NO 6CROMWELL Butler G C 11 a 545 Balzc Jot L 60 a 1231 EmbrYPnstoJ 50 au 1160- HtLEsQY C P 2a l14Q Steven v M i n 390- Taylors G L 113 a 2120- NO 10SELECT Butler A F80 a Same 7G a 600 Daugherty H H 40 a 509 Day Mrs Janie 63 a 353- Embry N J 60a 505- Howard Joss 100 a 495 Morels n P9 a 430 Plturan JI 3 a o 625 RIggs B GO a 675- Shultz T W G3 a 635 XO 11HORSE BRANCH Baley V P 30a 530 Baze E E 66 a 619 Cannon G S 4 a 5u5- Englitir E S 30 a 5iO LeachD D SO a 585 434IRenfrowNO llHORSE BRANCH ADDITIONAL Beasley G N 650- XO 13ROSINE Atchison E G 130 a 1225 Ashley J M 4 a G75 Combs William 15 a Same 3 town lots 1650 Clark Sirs Mary 105 a Same 10 a 949 Gray Frank 117 n 1245 Long J H Sr 40 a 505 Myers W C 127 a 1175- Minton 31 GO a 715 Otto H D 7 a 855 Plummer B C 64 a 770 Slinks B E 10 n 510- ShroaiJer Isaac 15 a 550- Shroador Mrs Rosa 60 a 720 Shronder Mrs Derdle liO a 665 Stewart J A 73 a 965 Wright N D GO a 715 KopBAKING POWDER NAIVES THE IERFEIITY ITAlso1Crusts and Cakes bSend for Royal Cook B60k j Young R M 71 a780 NO 23BUFORDe Allen W L 44 a 880 Cox F E 100 a 1275 Dawson L J 40 a 11ii Hoover SA 134 rl2850Ho- over J C 75 a 1650 Jackson M 65 a 1569- Lake J S 1 town lot 750- Mayfteld W IL 145 a 1310 Midklft S L 100 a 1340 Parris Mrs Lottie 75 a 9uO 41iiISmith V L 90 a 1610 Stewart Albert 40 a 635- N0 32ARNOLD Allen T F 77 aoo Same 3 a510 Allen J y 70 n 455 Coy Mrs Rosa 27G n 825 Cook R E 80 n 1150 Evans Mrs Polly 70 n 290 Poyton J A 90 a 725 135 WillIam St New York NO 21SHREVE cJppag W E 25 a 399 Evans M T 40 a 44Q Moxley Loyd W A 123 n 1345 C S 100 a 1455 + Wootherford C J 70 a 1090 Willoughby Monnie 34 a 645 Wilson Willie 30 a 535 Wilson Jack 77 a 1755 NO 22QLATON- Quisenberry Chas 50 n 630 Thomas J C 60 a 885 Wilkins Bill 30 a 505 NO 161IcHERY Blackburn Wm 1 town lot 750 Deno William I taoan lot 320 Givens Levi 1 town lot 880- Poyton Thos C 22 a 820 Reynolds Wm 3 n 580- Unltcd Mine Workers of AmQli- ca 1 town lot 210 Continued on Eighth Page 4 Sc 31c3k1- c3k3k Youll Probably Want T A New Overcoat Soon We are showing some stunnIng models in NEW fall overcoats Hart chaffner Marx Overcoats and Rain Coats emt i body everything in style overcoat perfection e J 1 OJ J t We can Satisfy YOU Como aridS eQtr hem j OVERCOATs t 1 5 to 25 t r 0 RAIN COATS I t h i AI 1Q to 22tt itt E P BARNES BROSBEAVh1ReIAM I3 3NTUCt Y J ii wI1 iI i rtrtrJ 4i4I I 1 Iij jjy s l lWIwJL r iI trL rJi f o 1 1I 17 j f 1 f y Ii ARE YOU GOING TO SCHOOL h 1 J HARTFORD COLLEGE b Offers exceptional adv uitagos to youn j men and Womon Strong faculty of seven teachers three engaged exclusively in Collegiate and Teachers Training work Special classes in all the common branchesncluding Theory and Practice for those preparing to teach New classes organized for those wishing to begin High School work Boardand tuition roasonable and satisfaction guaranteed to I every honest Work sr llid year term and Normal work begin January 9 1911 Those preparing teach or asirjng to obtain higher grade certificates are urged to enter at the beginning ofthe term or as t soon after asppssible Pupils who have completed the common school course and wish to taKe up- I High School work should enter at the beginning of theterm I For further information address KAVLRY R BROW 11Prgs1or fII SMITELU Pres I 1 IIIIn019CentraIRallroad Tlm E Table At Beaver Dam KY North Round IiIlUII Hull nd- No182 gue 405 a m No J21IuIt a m NoJtuelZt8p m No lilt due 24 plI- IlIo102dl1e48pl NotUdurS i m GUNS GUNS I I We Have Just Received A aLarge Line of Snot Guns Rifles Target Guns t AMMUNITION SHELLS ETC And respectfully asle you to cal 1 and see the largest and bit line of Shot Guns ever In Hartford x U S CARSONGROCEr YMAl r jir Hartford KentucRr Call on AlL ARBUCKLE j FOR fancy Groceries Lunches Cigars Soft Drinks Etc t I Nest Door to Shroaders Grocery on Union Street- 1HARTFORD I KY jFl IFS AMUSING INSTRUCTIVE ORNAMENTAL OR USEFUL 1You w1l1 Iind it at the store of HARTFORD DRUG CO WE cerI talnly have the best variety of use lu Xmas presents at prices within the reach of all that ever was t brought to Hartford We do not lave space to give you a list of the different things In stock I suitable for aU from Baby to Grand pa but we want yon to see our HOI Way GoodsI j Then remember our reliable phar JI Mr Nofsinger Is always at I WI hispost ready to all your prescrlp from the purest and freshest drugs day or night It you are not a regular patroaof ours Join the lame band of laUsfled customers who K eto business at our store and be lisp 19b Your DrUggist NA TFQRD DRUG GO Your t R A NOFSINGER J Gc eraltiHaJiacei I w r1 U r y ry t- M 4 1 th w Hartford Republican FRIDAY DECEMBER 9 Dr Smith of MclIenry was Ii town Wednesday When In Hartford and hungry cal 1 at City Restaurant 20tt tDr S D Taylor of Beaver Dam was In town Wednesday Those steak meals at tho City Restaurant are certainlY fine 20tf A nice Uno of fruitS and candles carried at tho City Restaurant 20tf Mr G A Ralph Dundee trans acted business hero Wednesday Loadlos A11Wool Serge Suit Satin lined 1000 DARNAD CO Schroeters groceryele paying 25 cents for eggs nts all you haer 4 Oysters served1nanystylo and sure to please you at the City Ro- stnu1 20lf Hon Alvls S Bennett of Louisville visited his father near towl tills week Mr Robart Forrcatcr of Earllngtpn spent Sunday wIth his family hore and returned Monday aft rnclOn Mr Joo Taiof tho firm of Tatt and Thomas the city restaurantmen- speatt SundAy with Iris family Gt Bcav- er Dam Mrs Tim Taylor who has been 11 at Jwr home on Contor Strc t for the past six weeks Is still conNn- cd to her room Mr R I Darnard of Cromwell deUvued a load of mica tobacco tlOre Monday and paid The Ropubllcan of- floe a pleasant call Messrs Claude Webb and Van Crabtree returned Sunday from Ill- Inois where they had been working for several months Mr and Mrs W M Fair returne Wednesday afternoon tram Louts yule where they had been buying goods for Fair Co Mr John A Johnson of No Creel was Acaller at The Republican office Saturday afternoon and renewed Ills subscription to the paper Mr Alex Hudson who is employed us a fireman at Earllngton visa ed his mother here Saturday land Suu day returning Monday afternoon Mrs James Prichard and little son James Gordon of Louisville visited the formers parents Rev and Mrs R D Bennett recently U SSCarGson keeps constAntly on hand everythIng usually found In an uptointo grocery Phone 21 Your patronage solic- Ited There will be an election of om= curs at the regular meoting of the Woodmen of the World hero Saturday nIght All members urged to bp present j meeting of the Board of StQwnrdsI- VJU be hold at the btctthorlist Church in thfy city this atternoonat 330 It Is requested that a full ttoadu2tco- be 1N t JAmong pin aanmu Monday were Rev Virgil Elgin City D E Ward and William Idles of Noereuk Forest Salmon of Clear Run anti IWv awry Tlehedor of rtown Mr and bR Atamt1R Dter ReviDonald 11nton Ky1Prot A 1 Cor = Wr and d t JW Bruner 1 st y Ir w u- e r Buy n Suit from Barnard CO tailored to your measure FIt guaranteed We are paying 30 coats n dozen for I Eggs Send us eU yrou have HARTFORD GROCERY eo We are paying 30 cents por dozer for Eggs this week t Schroaders Grocery Mr Ed Barnes of Central city was a pleasant caller at this omce Thursday M rEd Mooro has been ill with the la grippe this week at his home on Clay street Mrs W N Martin or Cromwell mother of Mr R D Martin Is seriously Ill For all kinds of Fresh Groceries call U S Carson Phone 21 All hgOOds delivered You have tried the rest now tr the best Flour ill town at Sehroad ers Cash Grocery The Lest noals and short orders ever served In Hartford are pcrsparc at the City Rt5taurnnlt 20t1 The bird season Is on and you will want Shells See U S Carson who has 20000 to select front Mr Jesst Hoover manager or tlt Hartford Bottling Works tranrCtcll business In Fordsvfilo this week Mr G D Likens left Wednesday afternoon for Nashville Tenn He will probably return Sunday The City RStnnrntlt Is now under 1 the management of Tate and Thom as and will be pl ascd to have every one call and ago thorn 20th You can got lS1bs Best Granulated Sugar for One Dollar nt Schroall ers Cash Grocery Everything else 1In the Grocery Uno In lrroportlouI- Coep your toes into Holeproof or Wunderhose Will rat wear out In 4 to 6 months New pair If they do DAR ARD CO Leave your Laundry at Cleve pers grocery Work guaranteed and prompt delivery Agent for Madisonvllle Steam Laundry MadlsonvUle Ice Laundry Company Incorporated tt Rev Virgil Elgin announces that there will be prcctlang nt the bit Hermon church next Sunday nt ii- 00100k a m and 7 oclock in the evening Sunday school at 10 a m The revival that had bOn in pm grass at the Baptist Church for GuY ertl days closed last Friday tight Rev Wood of llayfleld who had been ILSflstll1g Rev Bruner lift for his homo Friday afternoon The large general merchandise store or Miller Denton at Mogan Station burned Tuesday night The stock Is estimated from five to six thousand dollars They were Insur ed for 3000 In one of Mr A C Yelsers agencies JI recommend Tho Delineator and Everybodys Magazine because they ago good magazines and beauso I can make you a very low price of- I 190 for both Sand all orders for any magalne or periodical to J Noy Posted Magazine Agent Hartford Ky U A play Out In theStreets was given nttho West Kentucky Semi nary at Beaver Dam last Friday Jllght by the Womans Club for tho bsne HbrnrlooIThe college rollls avfl give n piny ct December 23 trtitld Ki rtuclc- yKrrnels Prsntisdwas a nt Ionday and r + uwd ills nmhers sub- nscrlpttoa to The Republican for another year Ins father Is to ltmve a sale next Monday air will soon move to Oklahoma whJ11J hl will pro ably reside in the future County Judge H H Wedding has appointed the following gentlemen as delegates to the Good Roads Con gross to be held In Louisville on December 28 1910 Judge W D Taylor Esqrs lien S Chamborlin J L Patton and County Attorney C E Smith Dr virtue of his once Judge Wedding Is made an exomclo dele gate The bazaar held by the ladles of the Methodist Church closed at the Commercial Hotel Wednesday night with a oondYolluUlng The ilAd1iG labored faithfully to make the three days profitable In every respect and In this they were quite successful and many nice things have been said about the way they conducted the buaar For Monday the sales were about 75 Tuesday 38 and Wed nesdaytho last daY52- At a roguh rmooting of the BO- Jtookn Club Bt their MOmS in the Y of C AbulhUng last Eridaymtgitt the following officers were ulocttod for the ensuing ttrin President Martin D Thomas Vita Preetdont Otto e Martin Secretary Ellis H Fos ter Treasurer JyFpstcr seolect ed Srgtat Arms and Custodian or Building Clareatc Barnatd At togiveanotherChr tmaa holidays r bin Robert Duff who moved trom Ws city W FordsvULo some weeks ago haS oaccpwed a 11osibon with the Ames Doggy Co of Owensboro and w1lbegln his work In aJew Maya Ho will probably movo his fancily to that city lattr on Brakeman Ttlford son of the well TIl1fordgene last Thursday night when coup- gItug some cars together The many friends of the young man twill bi sorry ortho serious accident Rev Lowry Tlchonor of C ntter town returned home Sunday night from Central City wlrtnV itc had h n I assisting Rev H D Drqwn In a- rmlval meeting at Mt Carnal Church In 1luhhutporg wuny for thi pa t tlGtNen day Ttr meetln erased It I foot spiritual awakening In that see convursouslyn to the church Rev Drown Js laboring falrtltfully at I Mt Crmol for the srorlc and eX 1tCUJ still Srcatrr things Rev Tlcht noeora ded greatly W till suocrsss of the meting and his efforts WlV appreciated by every one there Program 0lrogrnnr Bnlltlst S S Union Quarterly session Ohio County Baptist Sunday School Union with Centertown Church Tuesday Dec 20 1910 930 n mPralse service by Pastor Hiram Drown 1000 a mAuthority and Con trol of SchoolsBirch Shields and Alvin Ross 1030 a mGradlng of Schools O M Shultz and Mattye Mosel- ey1100VisitationA F Gordon and G II Lawrence 1180 a mOutllne of Lessons for 1911J W Druner and J L Drown 1200Noon 100 p mTl1c Ideal S S Pro sramE M Morton and H C Gra ham 130 p mTrnlnlng qf Officers and TeachersL W Tlchenor and Mrs T R Darnard I 200 p mMaterlal qulpment and Publicity iii S S WorkJ M Bishop and E J Ashby 230 p mTeachors MeethtgJ T Casebier and Silas Tichenor 300 p mDuslncss and adjourn all of the above subjects for discussion ht the AnYjnll to that subject should see that their school It represented the time being so arrapged that every pastor may attend Let every school announce and send messengers and an offer- Ing for the S S work E W FORD Climn W MFAtR Secy and Treas rNo false pretense has marked the career of Elys CJ1 nm Balm Dng ontirely harmless It ls not sponsl ble tlke the catarrh snuffs and powders for minds shattered by ct- rolne The great virtue of Elys Cream Balm Is that it npeclIly and completely overcomes nasal catarrh and hay fever Back ot this EtatJ m oat Is the trottlmony of thousands and a reputation of many y ars success All druggists 50e or marled by Ely Dros riG WarrlllI Strout New York I Sheep for Sale 20 Head of Ewes Apply to P II HOOD Deda Ky 20t4 COOPER SCHOOLHOUSE Left Over From Last Week Nov 28Thoe Farmurs of this place are almost through gathering corn they are now beginning to strip toI baccoMr Lonno Sardnrfur visited friends nt Shultzlown Saturday night and Sunday Mr Claud IIIs and wife of this place visited relatives at Beaver Dam Friday and Saturday Miss Ollie Wisa ot the Union meigl- ibothood Mr Cloe Burgess and Gar tie Stevens visited school at this plaice Frday afltarnoon Everybody seems to JIll getting along nicely In their studies They say they like their teacher fine Mr and Mrs Fred Rafferty and litho daughter Wanneta spent Saturday night and Sunday nt MrC M Stevens Several front this place are attending meeting at Green River Miss Corn Burgess Is vlsitdng her sister Mrs EffIe Baker of Oroe- nvni Miss Maurlno Taylor of this placq and Miss Ruth Barnes of Prentlsat tended meeting at Green RIver Sat urday Mr Marvin Hooker of Lagonsport visited Roy and Ray Stevens SunI day afternoon Mr ElvlsSanderfur and family of Bald Knob noighborhtaod visited his son Louis Snnderfur Thursday Mr Otto Fulkersoni and Miss Hon rle Trout of Boater Dam visited frtonds at thI8p aoc SundAy lttercnoon MIss Eza ki S Tayorand stator Quoncy a i 4r- Y c IIA MERRY CHRISTMAS I I COME AND SEE THE LATEST cmIt is a privilege to show our beautiful Holiday Uoods personalinvitationof Christmas Jewelry You Get New Ideas as you look through our Holiday Stock It is a practical demonstration of pass 1 BILIlJ E ill gathering under ono roof nearly everything to make people HAPPY at Christmas time The Finest Sight in Town is our beautiful stock of Gifts containing all that is BRIGHT FRESH NEW and NOVEL in Holiday Jewelry Goods of genuine worth anti unquestioned value for really desirable presents We Can Meet Your Wants Wlmtoer your needs come and let us slion you a variety of beautiful presents that will at once apt peal to you as J CST 1lIE till NG We have genuine New Attractions fur Christmas and we want you to know it Merit Quality and Fair Prices are waiting you here in connection with a great variety of the Best Holiday Se1etions of tIlt year Again we invite you to come find Fee The Splendid Stock of the Season Imetiii t very word Igay Como find let nle prove it to you The very best and abo lutely the Lowest Prices PRESENTS TO PLEASE EVERYBODY A Square Deal and a Merry Christmas to All R W KINGJeweler mid Optician MAIN STRI3BTHARTFORD KY spent Friday night with Maunlne Taylor Mrs C M Stevens of tills place Is visiting her daughter ilrs ltort Trout of Cromwell Notice All PCl Ole having claims against the estate of lrs W 1 How d ceased will present same properly prov- en to me on or before January 1st 1911 or they will be forr barred C S HOWE Acbur Public Sale Ou Monday Dec ltll 1IIO at this home on Green River 1 miles South of PrenUs near Shultztown Schol House on What is known ns t1Shtr rod Farm wo will offer for sale thu following property Corn hay Work Mules Horss Extra Milk and Butter Cows and OU1 or Cattle lloclc of choice Ewes headed by ReglstorlQCl Southdown hogs Pura bred Drown Leghorn ohlckelts also flock of pure bred Barr d Phyla oath Rocks incubators mid Ihroeders Buggies Wagons and other Farr 11- 11plemoots lfousoooid and Kitchen Furniture Dorms 500 and under Cash Oyer 500 12 months time A e STEVENS- CLARENCE PIRTLE Prrintls Ky Notice in Bankruptcy In the district court of tho Unit States for the western dls rict- of Kentucky Qwnensooro Division In the matter of Fred Dalzu n bank ruptOn tills 1st dAy of Doocmbtr A D 1910 on considering the po5lUon of the oforsnd for discharge filed n the lltl day of November A D 1910lt is ordered by the court that lioorjng bo bad upon th6same on I the 14t11 day of January A n tII at Joulsl1h K In said district at 10 uclock la tit for mcon or ilK mar threw nil practicable und the uotlee thereof he publlahHl one tiuh- ht Hartford Itepubllcan It newspap r- printed ill Mill dJatrl anll that all known erediwrs end otbr person In interest mny Ip ar St held 11111 mill plae and chow cause It any th lawn why the prayer uf sold 1- 1tlUuncl should not bognll1otol Witness tlll Hunonthlu WIlIt- Emile r Judge ot said Court and tho seal thereof at Owenshoro Kgrtuckyf In said district Ill the 1st dAy or December A D lUtn SEAL A G HONALrr Ckrk M E DINN Dputt irkt- 1 moo e GIRLS AND BOYS Will find the most rip propriate 11111 substantial present Itcre for their j sweethetrt Conc quick They fire going fast this ji year You will readily see I have n larger line than ever ani the most cQmplete stock i n t he county J B TAPPAN t The RenableJewelerandOptician HARTFORD KYj v a t lal1 f ireD USaPRINT OUR JCARDS ENVELOPES BILL HEADS LETTER HEADS- STATEMENT I HEADS CIRCULARSBOOKLETS ORDER BLANKS MORTGAGE BLANKS POSTCARDS PROGRAMS Superior Quality Prices Reasonable Let Us Submit Estimate on Your Next Work AU Work J THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN Pho 00 Hartford Ky A MISMATED POET I The Tardy Marriage of Fitz gerald and Lucy Barton A UNION PITIFUL YET COMIC The Couplo Were Utterly Unsuited to One Another and He Fled From Her During the HoneymoonA ReunIon That Failed to Reunite The Incidents lendIng up to and thoso following the marriage ot Edward Fitzgerald translator ot the Omar Khayyam were ot a ludicrous and at the same time somewbat serious cbnr acter Mr Francis Grlbblo gave tho facts in the Fortulghtly ltrvlew The Lucy Barton story Is very pit iul but It Is also rather comic She was a Quakers daughter who hud joined the Church ot England as a means one Imuglnes ot climbing the soclnl ladder and she was just the sort ot person whom Fitzgerald woulll j esteem but detlstIlrhu pious methodical fussy not quite a lady and yet In a weird provincial way worldly the sort ot person to whom It seems Important to teach In the Sun j school and to be a lender ot so Lday I Fitzgerald and she had known each theftLIJlged to her But she tolll him that ho was and he was too polito to contra diet herIniter the ceremony she assumed pro pcietorlal airs and insisted that her husband should pay afternoon clllls with her and dress for dinner That was the last straw though very likely It was also the first Fitzgerald supposed apparenuythat- In marrying Lucy Barton ho had were ly acquired a housekeeper who would mow her place who would confine her new dignity to her housekeepers room leaving him ns tree as ot old to unkemptP1hisclothesIt not have mattered of course It ho had marrIed for love and Sf bls bride had been a woman ot grace and charm Such a one would have changed nil that like n fairy way 1 Jug a magic wand But FItzgerald had only mauled to oblige and Mrs FItz gerald was not In the least like a fairy She was moro like n female drill ser geant conventional still ud starched let wfthpretensions FIer flow of fns small tai was a- Ir t t 4- pr F 4 nI NOTE HEADS BLOTTERS SHIPPING TAGS LABELSSTOCK FORMS CATALOGUESDEED Guaranteed utn3aacc nrla her Interruption of1R- gernlds meditations with the that he should shave and wear clea linen assumed the proportion of tragedy In his eyes lIe stooo It for a fortnight and the fled leaving the honeymoon unfinished going off to stay with friends bolth- liho a rabbit for Its burrow There were a reunion and an at tempt nt reconclllntlon but In vain Fltzgeralds letters to his friends nt this period are like the letters homo ot- a boy who Is being bullied at school I believe ho writes to Protessor Cowell there are now channels fretted In my checks with many ummnnl tears and there rrnlly Is no evldenc- that he bad anything to cry about beyond the fact that he was being bustled out ot a comfortable dressing gown Into a starched shirt with hIgh collars Pltat fact was symbolical of the general discrepancy ot tastes and points ot view So we find hIm writ Ing again Till I seo better how we gel- on I dare fix on no place to live or dl In and then before long came detlnlte separation and the drafting ota deed ot settlementFitzgerald It Is sad used long art erward to walk up and down n certaIn garden path for hours together calling him self a tool null when In later years he met his wife again lie first put out his hllllil and then changed his mind and turned hIs back IHows This We offer Ono Iundred Dollars R ward for any case of Catarrh cannot bo cured by hails Catarr Curs F J CHENEY Co Toledo O WOe the undersigned have known F J Cheney for tile last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable 1 tlnanIWALDINO KINNAN MARVIN Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Halls Catarrh Curo Is taken tntor nally acting directly upon tthe blood and mucous surface ot the system Testlmonlale Bent tree Price 75 cants per bottle Sold by QU Druggusts Take Halls Family Pills for oon stlpaUon m Young AmerIca Tamee aged six after having b the first ride on n scenic railway de scribed his feelings thus It made me fool just like I was aU gone but my soul and that was almost Uckled- to deathTho Delineator Chliarn Cry FOR FLETCHERS CASTORIAy LIFTING THE SCALP An Art Not Confined to thc North American Indiana ALLIED TO HEADHUNTING Some Indians Removed the Skin of theI Entire Head Including the Halr and Beard of Their VlctlmEars andI Hands Also Served For Trophies The art ot scalping has declined owing to the severe patina and penalties dealt out to Its prllctltlonelll In the ra- rlous states of North America It was In n certain seuse a product ot Euro penn settlement for It would never have become so widespread bail It not- been for the while man Scalping Is commonly considered a- etletQiu belonging exclusively to the North American Indian This Is a mistake ll Is found In South America rind Uerodotus mentions It as having btvn practiced among the Scythiuns Hut as the old Greek travelers book was not pubilsbed until 1602 It Is probable that scalping appeared to the early explorers ot America us a new thing U was first described by Mrnnclsco do Gurey who In 1520 came neross It In his Ill fated expedition to Panuco He found that the Indians removed the skin of the entire bendI IncludIng the hair and beard In IG35 Jaques Canter wrote Ull uccount ot a scalping party which Is more typical ot the custom as usually found From this time on It Is described by many writers notably Captain John Smith anti Champlain The Indians themselves were uncer lain ns to the use ot keeping nn cue toys scalp except that they felt It would hurt him In some way Some said It put him In tile power of the owner ot the scalp others that It ban shed trim from the happy hunting grounds while stlll others believed that It annihilated him In the opInion ot George Frederic whose monograph may be consulted In the Smithsonian institution report otI- IIOtl scalping Is II tnoditicntltin of bead huutlng a practice indulged In by many savages There Is a primitive notion that the possession ot II token or portion ot a man gives one n power over that man To keep the head ot an enemy puts hIm In your power the savage thinks But It Is often inconvenient to carry so large a thing us u bead A smaller token Is therefore sub stituted This statement would seem to be borne out by the following facts Many AmerIcan Indians did not fol low the practice or scalping notably those of the north adjoining the Es kimo the irazer river Indians and the Algonqulns of New Jersey Nearly nU ot these practiced head hunting A transition period Is represented by the tookzthe scalps rind the women at a more bradsnInvastead ot scalps the eyes ot theIr one somenway folglopped off eulll its punishment for crime lho Hulson riser Indians used to preserve hands probably In Imitation ot the Dutch who in the so called Esepus war gore a bounty for IndIan IsIscalpstIn northern Mexico the custom ot scalping precniled but toward the south It was replaced by head hunting 10caU1tiesthese Is northern Argentina and Par i Isuay when It gives signs ot being In waysjtbly introduced by the Indian slates brought from Florida Time Uuron Iroquois have been nc credited with the larentlau ot scalp ling but unless It arose independently la several places It much more likely originated In Florldu where It was first discovered by Europeans Con tact with n higher grade ot culture gave II tremendous Impetus to the CUsI tons Previous to the Spanish discovery the weapons ot the Indians had been very simple being manufactured from Thetworehtive means the braves found It both awkward and dangerous to remove the scalp of n tallln enemy Uut the Europeans brought with thorn firearms and Iron knives The thennumber of those killed In bottle while thb hitter made the procCSi of scalping an easy one Besides this the whites enconrajrd the custom by oltering bountira forecalps J tOrst premium of thls nature was otfrred In 11137 by the turltnnn who gave u payment for every lndi phead the custom otsealpingnot baring yet reached New England Hut by the time ot King PhlllplI war It WM In full blast and in 1075 the Connecticut le1slnture uttered large prIzes for scalps One Hannnh Dustin received E60 and other substantial gifts for hay lag secured with her own hands the scalps of two Indian men two women and six childrenSt Paul Pioneer Press A Sure Way There are several methods whereby pirktuekets maybe avoided on crowded Street cars but the surest way is to keep your money In the bank la your Wltes nnmeKansas City Star Trade at Home Do not do your Christmas trading until you have seen the lines ot Fall and Winter goods clothing dry goods shoes etc now In stock by our home merchants It you make your Christmas bill there the community wdll have both the goods and the money Hang on to your money until you have sOOn the great tines carried In Hartford Our merchants are reliable their stocks are large and their prices are as low as ron be made on good goods Do your trading nt home A TARRHRemedy Cream Balm aMlau i CONCivesIt clean cs soothesN YiLVER QPthevseeMCatarrh r away n Co1l1 in thoycIiI FEVERsTaste and Smell Full Bize 60 rte atDrug- Itlsts or by mail In liquid form 75 cents my Bathers LO Warren Street New York SYMPATHY helps hurts but It wont cure nn aching tooth wonnt wake a marred one look like Its old self Takes a skillful experienced dentist to do that Get aU the sympathy you can but for real relief and good dental work make Qn appointment wIth us for the prneUcal way ot get tIng your teeth in fine shape Best crown and bridge work In this town or any town Teeth extraoted with out pain All work guaranteed Telephone 7- 1IDRS HARDIN BELL DENTISTS Office in ReDuhlican Bldg Hartford Ky Ladies Save Money and Keep in Style by Reading McCall Magazine and Using McCall Patterns I nM CALLS MAGAZltu I rcO Malltuwlll help you dress gtyl Ishlr at a moderato expcns bykooplug- I oat posted on the latest fashions In clothes and hats ro- 2ew Fatblon Designs in elcb lsaue Mao Taluablo loformatlon on all homo and per sonal matters Only toe n year Including nfrcQ pattern Sub rrribo today or send for treo sample copy McGU plIn will enable you to make In rout owe home with yourown hand clothing for t pettedIncents Send for trey 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ClatmeConvenes first TUes day tn January and first Tuesday In OctoberOtHer County OfflcerrC SMoJlfleY Surveyor ordavll1e Ky n F D No2 Bernard Felix Asaessor Hart ford ICy RJo D No 2 Henry Leach Superintendent lInrtford DrA D Riley Coroner Hartford JUSTICES COURTS D S Chamberlain Hartford Tuesday after 3rd Monday In March Tuesday after 3rd Monday In June Tuesday after 3rd Monday In September Tuesday after 3rd Monday In Decetber U E Scott Cromwell Wednesday afte 3rd Monday In Ml1rch Wednesday after 3rd Monday In June Wednesday after 3rd September Wednesday after 3rdMonday In Decomber lohn H Mlles Rockport I rlday after 3rll Monday In March iridaY after 3rd Monday In Jane Friday after 3rd Monday In September Friday utter 3rd Monday In December J C Jackson Centertown Saturday after 3rd Monday In March Saturday of ter 3rd Monday In June Saturday after 3rd Monday In September Saturday af ter 3rd Monday In December M C Cook Itenfrow Tuseday afte 2nd Monday In February Tuesday afte 2nd Monday In May Tuesday after lid Monday In August Tuesday after 2nd Monday In November Thomas Sanders Wednesday after tho second JoIOldnyin February Wednesday after 2nd Monday In May Wednesday after 3rd Monday In August Wednesday after 2nd Monday In November C V Miles Fordsvl1e Thursday after 2nd Monday in February Thursday utter 2nd Monday In May Thursday after 3rd Monday In August Thursday after 2nd Monday tn November J L Patton Ralph Friday after 2nd Monday tn after 2nd Monday In May Friday after 3rd Mon day In August Friday after 2nd Mon say lu November HARTFORD POLICE COURT C M Crowe JUdge G D LlkensClty Attorney Sam Cour- secondconvenes Monday In each month City CouncllJ II Williams Mayor R T Collins Clerk S It Cox Trens urer Members of Council T ItBarnard W J Bean W M FaIr Pen Taylor P Moore School TrusteeJS Glenn chairman W S Tinsley Secretary C M Barnett C M Crowe and Dr E D Pendleton RELIGIOUS SERVICES M E Church SouthServices monrlng and evening every first and third Sunday In each month Sunday School a m Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening Rev Virgil Elgin Pastor Baptist ChurchServices every Sunday morning and evening Sunday School 943 a m Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening neveJ W llruner pastorChrIstian Churchservlees every fourtl Sunday at H a in and 7 p m Sunday CiayFordC P ChurchServices first Sunday In each month nt 11 a m and 7 p m Sunday School 945 Roy T C Wilson pastor SECRET SOCIETIES Hartford Lodge No 6i5 F A M meets first and third Monday night In each month W E Ellis W M C M Crowe Secretary Keystone Chapter No HO R A M meets every third Saturday night In each month It Holbrook High Priest W B Tlnsle Hartford chapter ljo s4 O E S meets second and fourth Monday even Ing Mrs T It Dnrnard W M Mla Willie Smith Secretary Rough River Lodge No 110 Knights of- Pythlns meets every Tuesday night- S A Anderson C C J G Keown K of It S Hartford Tent No 91 IC O T M meets every first and third r1ursllay night R T Collins Commander L 1 Foreman Itecord Keeper Sunshine Hive No 42 L O T M meets second and fourth Thursday nigh In each month Mrs Attye GrlftlnLady Commander Mrs Luln Pendleton Lady Record Keeper Carpenters and Joiners local No 1881 meets let Saturday night In each month Noah Sknggs Pres W D Luco See Treas Acme Lodge No 339 LJO O F meets second and fourth Friday night In each month A D Riley Noble Grand D D Schronder Secretary Ohio Tribe No IS Imp Order Rell Men meets second and fourth Wednes day night In each month Walter Camp bell sachemt A E Pate Chief of Itecords Preston Morton Post No4 G A PI holds regular meetings Saturday betons the first Monday In each month Ash RogersAdJtA Sof E National Officers C O Drayton Pies Greenvllle Ill M F Sharp V PresDowllng Green KY S D hump Sec and TreasIndlnnap oils Ind IJC ICy HartfordColhounKOhio y DnmKyCD Ford Treas Hartford Ky COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION Henry Leach Chairman HartfordKY DNo62 J A Dellamy WhltesvllleLICy 3 F D Daughn y 4 T W Mct uady DalzetowR Ky 6 Richard Plumer Taylor Mln08Ky 5 1Is Drown Rockport Ky tOCURSDrD E FtEaaodttesrepoet Free advice how to obtln patents trade aWIII- reeopJliillSltIa tN ALLCOUNTRIE- SBahus ndWII WogkMBma I4fIU thee exd lYslrwriteorcometouaM us Mdi Itne4 N vrW elates PW1 free WASHINGTON S C 3If IIlDli I y IO i1BiSNZTT r CE6ntt11 r iBARNETT SMITH ATT JtNEYS AT LAW r HARTFORD KY un pra tree their profession to all the 1rJJi 1ties+ tlntloii gIven to nil bulneruste4 to theIr care Collections arthe Pray tlceot Criminal and Real Estate Law SpecIalties Office In Republlcantbuil0I- nst FRAN KL FELIX J Attorney atLaw HARTFORD KY wm practice his profession to OhM and adjoining counties end In the Court of Appeals Criminal practice and Col loctlons a Specialty Office in the Herald building YANCY L MOSLEY ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY Wilt practice his profession In all the v- fCourts of OhIo and adjoining counties + Nor I Bank JOAN D WILSON CBAS M CROWS WILSON CROWS LAWYERS HARTFORD KY WUl praot1oe their profession In an the courts of Ohio end adjoining coun tIes and In the Court of Appeals Special attentIon given to criminal pmct1ce and to coUooUOIIts Ottfoo on Houset and TRADEMARKS obtlae In eacoentrleeornefee VeobralnPATENTS THAT PAY adYf thoroaahIT at our erpeaegendinpyoatoeucceaodawdel FREE report on patentabILty M Pew practice SURPASSING RIFEFIENCES FortreealdBook on rtodteble Patents write to 1503IS0I5Seventh StreetWASHINGTON D C KILL THE COUGH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery FOR ooOLDS I AND AlL THROAT ANDlUNGTROUD- LESGUARANTEEDSATIBFAOrOB OR MONEY REFUNDED IeoTRADE MARKa I DESl1N8 j kQuickly I Inventlou Dat non aWctI7 conedenllel HANDBOOK on Iateo lent trse reecunnlrJIAtentt Latenq taken granrough a Q recelY rpectal notte without coarse In the Seleafihic RmerkaaAhand- someytltantntedweellyA Janet elr culatlonof any sclenttaa loom Terms e3 a earl tour months 1 Sold byaitnewedeaterf Breech mos6t68DLWeshtustonDSouthern i j I Agriculturist NASHVILLE TENN For forty years friend ad counselor ofIJ Southern farmers i r 1wenty four pages twice a iinontht50 cents a year ortithree years for 100 k 8amplBG9PU Scllt Frea DoYa Vaatppe J i arj IIi 9 CK- Pf P r r w 1NUGGEISOFGOLU IIISome of the Largest Ever struck Were Found by Chance THE OLIVER MARTIN CHUNK it Wae Turned Up by a Miner Who Was Digging a Grave For Hs Drowned ComradeA Starving Miner Unearthed the Welcome Stranger Nowhere does fortune indulge her love ot the dramatic and the sensn- tJnnl more fully than tn the gold- fields Take for lnstance the story ot the discovery ot the world famous a Blanche Barkley nugget In the early days or Australian gold mining which sent a thrill around tile world Sam uel Napier a sailor with his brother Charles and one Robert Ambrose their cook and general dandy man had been dIgging for gold for six months at- Kingower about forty Mlles from Ben dlgo without discovering as much or tho precious metal os would pay their 1fJJlVlngexpenses when one August day In Napiers own words We had dug down about fourteen feet to the pipe cloy stratum and were Rhufillng around la the bottom ot the shaft more dead than alive from the beat Old Ambrose lit his pipe and leaned against the side or the hole to rest Just then I struck something with my plhk I turned It up so the jlmlnyithubburd squush Tho nugget sold for 35000 Among the thousands who flocked to the Victorian gold fields In the early fifties were two Cornish miners John Denson and RIchard Ontes who stnked MollaqueTheythat In a few months they would be able to retire to their native Cornwall rich men but their expectations were doomed to cruel disappointment Not tlllly months but many years passed and found them still as far removed from fortune as nt the beginning and by ISGV fifteen years after they began their search for gold they were reduced to the last straits Starvation stared them In the face In despair the miner seized his pick and wandered away to the outskirts or the gold field and as he wandered downcast and heavy hearted he no- tted II gleam or yellow lu a rut made by n peddlers cart Lifting his pick with n few frantic blows he brought to light nn enormous nugget which with all his strength he could barely raise nn Inch from the ground The nugget which wuj soon known thq world over us tile Welcome Stranger actually weighed too hundredweight and was sold for nearly 0000 And these were but n few ot the many similar blocks ot gold discovered In Australia under equally dramatic conditions While n native shepherd named Kerr was tending his sheep one day his attention was arrested by n yellow rock projecting a few Inches nboo this soil In his excitement at the discovery lJe ran to fetch his inns tel The rock was unearthed and proved to bo u nugget ot two hundred srelght tutu which 160 pounds or pure gold were extracted A few years later another monster nugget made Its appearance nt Balm rat A party ot miners had worked a claim to n depth or sixty yards when one or then struck with his pickax n hind regularly shaped mass which on being unearthed proved to be n I block or almost purr gold twenty- luches long n toot wide and seven inTes deep Its weight was almost one hundredweight and a quarter and Ili value 4U025 It was the periodical discovers at INtllarat ot these monster nuggets ivblch frst lredthe blood or the en tlro world In the faraway fifties But eveu Dnlll11lt has no other romance to rival that of the discovery or two huge nuggets within n few days In the same claim The story runs that tour miners had wuked their claim down to about sixty feet when one or them brought to light n nugget weighing nearly one lIupdrcdwelsht and worth 2iWO In their joy at such II rich treasure trove the men abandoned the ll- glnjrs and took their nugget with them to Eulund rhpy had scarcely left Bnllarutwhen their successors In the claim with almost the first stroke ot n pick turned over another nugget heave ler than the first and valued ut moreI than 3jOOOIJ Ot nl the romantic stories told ot golh dbicoseries to California not one more remarkable than that ot which Utlier Martin was the hero For months Martin and a companion named Flower had been prospecting for gold to no purpose Worn out by hardships and half dead from starvation they were on the point ot aban tonlni the quest In despair when fate administered liar last crushing blow r They were overtaken by a terrible storm In which Flower was drowned liarttn weak though ho was set to wol1c to dig his fallen omrados grave ate tlio toot or I1trcQ and had dug down barely two feet when his spade p StrUck a bard unyielding substance Oich to his amazement and delight to bo an enormous nugget the lrarrest ever found on the American- t j tJnetit Tho Oliver Martin Chunk aft came to be knoWp the whole retld ovgr neighed 151 pounds oft wasth nucleus of a for tene of eillliondollars Vhtch Martin aceumttitited is later yearsCasselst- ss ay J2ura l 4- a I t d Pecullarltiea of Lichens The lichen is remarkable for thee great aka to which It lives there being good grounds for believing that the plants endure for 100 yearS Their growth Is exceedingly siow almost beyond belief indicating that only a lit tie nourishment Is necessary to keep them alive In a dry time they have the power to suspend growth alto gether renewing t again at the tall ot rain This peculiarity alone Is enough to make the lIchen a vegetable wonder ns It lsa property possessed by no other species ot plant Another interesting tact about lichens Is that they grow only where the air is free from dust and smoke They may be said to bo a sure indication or the purity ot the air as they are novel found growing In cities and towns where the atmosphere Is lmpregttaled with dust soot smoke and other Impurities Tingling Ears If your earS burn people say some one Is talking about you This is very old for Pliny says When our curs do Slow and tingle some do talk ot us In our absence Shakespeare In Much Ado About Nothing makes Beatrice say to Ur sum o and Hero who had been tqlktng- ot her What Ore Is In mine cars Sir Thomas Browne ascribes this conceit to the superstition or guurdlan angels who touch the right ear It the talk Is favorable and the left It other wise This Is done to cheer or warn One ear tingles some there be That are snarling now at met The Advice Seeker When a man asks me for advice said the good natured person I always find myself getting Into a lIs- cusslon Well replied Ur Sirius Barker most or us ask for advice because we would rather argue than work Washington Star UnpeeledI has plunged to help Ing to the pudellngWhy Mary I reel some hard smooth round things In the dish I wonder what they can be Mtj RecentmnrrlcWby theyre eggs John there are six just ns the recipe saysChleago News StupId People TrnelerHaent you n time table Station AgentWe used to have one until the people began to think the trains were supposed to kelp to It lIegcndo mutter HlfJplnrslI is reflective like the light It heavenIrving Winters Coming Beware there farmer Winter Is near So fart your grain For bUzzards are queer Gather In your corn Take care of your hay Bo prepared to live For winter might stfS Make a nice shelter Fill U with straw Plel18J the little piggIes With the best they over saw Lot it be cozy And warm ns can be For on old time winter Might Comeyol sec The poor old milk cow Sho needs a place too Give her an old stall Any stall will do Just keep her from the weather That Is so mighty cold And shell furnish butter For the whole houehold- Fo3d that Chrlstmas Turkey FNd him In an old time way And then what a glorious dinner I Youll have on Xmas day- HERBERT FELIX CASTORIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Hays Always Bought Boars rho nsignature of Musical Comedy The Author to the lending lady Excuse me but last night you played the third act first I dont think anyone noticed It but It shows a want ot- systomeh whaUIIlustrated BIts A Dreadful Wound from a knlte gun tin can rusty nail fireworks or ot any other natures demands prompt treatment with Bucklens Arnica Salyo to prevent blood poison or gangrono Its the quickest surest bonier for all aueh wounds us also fur Burns Boils Sores Skin ErptJOn1J Ecoma Chap ped hands Corns or P1Ic 25c at all druggists qn Washington Inventor A Washington man pas Invented a muzzle for the roosters keep them from crowing before ho gets ready to wake up In the morning NoW if- he will invent some process by which tbo babies can be prevented from cry ling during the night ho will have conferred a lasting blessJng on the race e Cry FOR FLETC- HEWSCATORIA I THE FRUGAL DUTCH Eclinomipal In Their Use of the Daily Papers ONE JOURNAL READ BY MANY A Number of Families Will Subscribe For a Single Paper WhIch Goes the RoundsSome Thrifty Souls Will Only Rent Their Newspapers One thing visitors to Holland notice and that Is that no one ou the streets or In the cars is seen reading u news paper Papers arc not sold or hawked as they are In England and America It Is only when extremely Important events take place and the papers print special bulletins that these are sometimes bought In the Street Usually the people content themselves by read lag these same bulletins when they are displayed In the windows ot cigar shops booksellers shops or nt the ot Aces of the newspapers for the Dutch people economize In their reading mat- tel Many curIous ways hare been devised to reconcile economy with I u plentiful supply ot news and Information Two three or more families will combine to subscribe for one paper which Is then rend by each In turn The one who gets It first pays a little more than the Inter rendelll and each may keep It for n stipulated timean hour or perhaps two or three hours or bait a day In this way It Is generally only the head ot the house who gathers In any information lIe monopolizes the paper ns soon as It comes and keeps It as long ns he cats The other memo bers ot the family then go without news or are only enriched by the crumbs ot knowledge that now and then drop from the lips ot paterfaudl las Most ot the dally papers in Holland are Issued In the evening but sonic or the more important ones publish morning editions U4 well To subscribe for more than tine paper Is considered a terrible extravagance and even II whole subscription for one fatally alone Is looked upon ns a luxury At the clubs nUll the coffee houses the Dutch equivalent of the American sa loon there are always newspapers In profusion and very ninny men elo all their reading there and so save the subscription fees for they dont count the cost of what they Imbibe Many cigar shops and sometimes other stores have what they call lepots ot newspapers and there you cnn also rent n paper and take It home with you for a certain length ot time for very little money indeed But the longing for Information ot the average Dutchman ot the middle classes extends far beyond the dally papers lIe wishes to know nil about his neighbors far and near and nt the same time he wnnlll to keep up his knowledge ot the languages learned nt school For these purposes rllIlllng societies are formed either among friends or people lllng In the same neighborhood or perhaps nil the oO- tcer ot a certain regiment will COlD blue then n committee will be selected from among the members on which will devolve the task ot selecting suitable weekly papers or monthly mnga zincs In English French German and Dutch and to circulate these mmnng the members or the society These books and papers are sent round In large portfolios either once or twice n week ns may have been agreed upon- So I those joining such n society can rend nil the best English AmerlcnuI German and Dutch slight cost Of course you Iont always jet the magazines nfl soon ns they conic out This Is carefully regulated accordingI to the size of your many people read their Christmas stories In June Still It keeps up nu In terest In the world nt large and helps to keep fresh la the mind all that has been learned In youth It the head of the house Jets most or the dally papers It Is with the periodicals that the other members of the household have their innings They can read them while father Is at his bureau or at his office Sometimes nn enterprising bookseller shirts ont or more circulating portfolios In his neighborhood and this is managed uu tile same lines as the private rtl1dlnJ societies At the end ot the year the old pen udirais and books that bare been the round of all the subscribers are sold by auction among the members of the association People visiting Holland are often surprised to find how well nearly ev cry one In the country speaks foreign languages and bw much lie knows of the literature ot other lands I- tir take the above facts Into consider upon It will no longer seem so aston IshlngW J L Kiehl In Chicago News The Right Flavor The oxen had belonged to an old sea captaIn and their new owner was un able to back the animals round In n narrow street despite all efforts with voice and ox goad Tho old captain appeared on the scene Hard aground are ye7 he called Then seizing the ox goal he raised the old boat steererg cry Stara all The huge hulks slowly backed lit the famlllur call Larboard on The beasts swayed side ways turned to the right and the thing was done Success Magazine Suceeas is I1otlnnnendevor to do u great thing but Jtl rePeated endeav- my to do greater thlnssSenry F Cupe 0 OUR BEST OFFER THE UJiRYVORD RRPUBLICAN AND TIIE Weekly Inter Ocean and farmer DOTH A FULL YEAR FOR ONLY t 125 Jill of the News of the World slid Home Only 25 Cents More Than the Price of The Republican Alone Tile Meekly Inter Ocean and farmer ContaIns Each Week 12 columns ot news 14 columns of talks by a practical farmer on farm topicsecononi Ical machinery planting growIng and storing or fruits and vegeta bles breeding and marketing of live stock 20 or more Lost and Found Poems and Songs 1 column ot health and Beauty Hints Best short and continued stories Chess and ChecleerPuzzles and 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Be it to it = Land Sale for Taxes Continued from fourth age- N0 16CENTERT0IVN- Aslbby and Drown 50 u 8 G- UAMhiey Mrs Mary E 1 town lot 4- AKhbr Glenn 3G n 775- Ashby M b 102 a 11- 5Uoskt O D t bow n lot J37JJ- Hudnall L J 104 a 1150- Jglalteart It T 47 a 740- McFxusun Mts Lautu 1 trwn k lot JiiO- UOWtI O K t town lo S75 How Joint T GO a Same 50 a Same 1 tqwn lot 3163- Rcnte W A 2 town lots JSOI- WIIIC r C K Agt for Minnie Ashby 1 tUWI1 lot 35- HUlbhlll John 1G a 4S0 11adc L D 2 fawn dots 711 Williams Ell II 2 a 550- NO 17SMALLHOUS- DavorSrort W H 17ii a 2100 NO ISEAST FORDSVILLE Brown Stephan 1 w1n lot 15j0- Glllasple CLlrtnoo V 74 a 040- Marini Wm IL fiO a 143- 5Iotty Prod t town lot 935 Pullman Will 012 a 8S0 Smith C M GO a Same 4 a 3220 rruman l W 75 a 840 NO 19WEST Roy F 2 town lots 2185 Ford Win P 100 a 1150 Huff Ollie 100 a 1395- Lanham C C 26 n G80- Matfcott Ivury G a 415 1tobent on Henry I 100 a 125- 0Sz1on John T G5 a 935 Spencer Mrs Martha 20 n G35 NO Norris Ira 75 a 725 NO 2tUARTLETT Ambrose Jas IL 101 n 1716 Edge GO T 78 a 1250- Evnling Mrs Mary A 20 a 4W Funk lhcs E liO n 745 Gray Jas 1V 40 a Santo 31 a 8GO GrooT D 100 n 95 lluhenV H by G 11 Pate Ran 75 a 423- IUng S L 182 a 1 1595- IGing Sarah 240 n 1495 Krlt GtO N li3 a 735- Alwtin Mrs SaUSs 113 ll h 830 PilrJe T C 110 a j l 1040 Charles 47 a f 9so t f I Sharp Dud GO a 710 Sharp D L S0 a 1310 Simmons Nancy GO a 210- SUlnuott Mary No 130 a 80 Taylor Uasll J 7ta SS5 Ward James A to a Same 11 a 17f Same 4G n 1701- Vestarfilad Miss Mlunle 51 a 2Sv- 1Vldte Myrtle 34 n 290- NO 26CERALVO Hili Alrs E G 1 tOim tot 355 Rowe John P 100 Q Same 19 a 1790 NO 27POINT PLEASANT Brown Mrs A C 200 a 1495- I Coffman Claude 10S n 1175 Reynolds C W and L A 2107 a2960- N0 I 29RALPH- Gt Crow Jas A 123 a I Crowo TlL03 J 4914 a GSI Farmer Otlta M 85 a 9v5- I Farmer MartIn G 100 a 775 I Farmer Mrs Nancy 70 a 4S- CrI rr Mrs Sallie SL 70 a t 350- Greer Sam J liS 12 a 711J- Howard 1m T 22 a 640- MerlU SLampor i5 n Iii Rah I Jas A 142 a 96- Sall Chrlstoph C 70 n 880- Wosttirl1eld rUnt T fiO a 710 NO 1V A 29 n G25 Harden Wm by W A SUnnt Agt lli a 260 Haskins Win H 4G 34 n IiG5 Huff Mrs Eliza 1 a 225 Johnson Jas 100 a 10S0 Payne J F IS a G40- Sl1tnwr Henry GO a 810- XQ 33RENDER Burton Everott by G W I- IJU1ton 1 WWIJ lot GGO Fan Mrs Battle Iia 210 NO 2SXARHOWS Drown W H 73 n 0 1710- Oon ot J W 84 a Same 41 a2090For-man K G GO a 8S p Graham Mrs Annw li2 a 46 HarrIson Mrs Meoma 57 Q 66- Rogors J iI 35 a 815 Turnham Thomas 41 a 7 p IWostortleld It H 190 a4885W- ort arlold Gttyman liS Q 2853- NO4SULPHUR SPRINGS Ashby II M 50 a 71G- Dratchcr V D 35 a Same 10 a G40- Droooher Oregan Gli a 880 Dratchor J W 35 a 475 Cooixw J A liO a G5 Cole WO 1 townaot 68- Doovor p N L 65 a 900 190a 200 SJoues R Ii 1 n r 670 t xww 114 r ELI V NG as we do that it is not wise to carryon stock season B to season we are going to follow our usual custom of CLOSING OU- TERYIFAIL AND MLLLI We are aware of the fact that it is a earlytQ begin but we dQ this to i show you our appreciation of your trade and to you an apportunity to you A NEW HAT or your old one remodled for HOLIDAY WEAR We know that a HALF PRICE may sound incredulous to many but we never advertise a SALE that w do not make good hence yoU can attend this Sale the assurance that you will get any hat in ourLr i house at exactly half price Every Hat WHL be in Plain 4 I Divide By 2 and You Will Have the Sale Price u Sale Promptly at 830 Morning DecembersContinuing 10oclock Saturday evening Dec 17th wise and consider your take advantage of this opportunity Amd remember pays trade with a House that Saves you Money J Hartford Kentucky FOItDSVILLE- Arlncnd 20AETNAVILLE 685E 1550kl Freels from WINTER trifle give buy have Marked Figures Begins Oclock Friday until wants 31HERDERT- Crowe FltzhughJam with King J B 146a 2250 Kukondoll Mrs M E GO no 1175 Miller J E G5 a 81 5 Peach J W 30 a 500 Poach A J 40 a G05 Russell Geo 100 a 1310- Ronfrol H E 1 n 500- Tuccrk T H 25 a 745 Tucker Mrs SI 40 a 4ti Toms J J 80 a 100- Wrlgllt Wm T 50 a 980 Wright Jas II 121 a 1425- NO 4SULPHUR SPRINGS ADDITIONAL Logrand Jas L 220 a Same 25 a 5820- Stlo3CJS J 1V 54 a 173- WadSirs Julia D 50 a Same 20 a San 1 town lot 136- N0 25HEFIIN Baird A L 100 a 1040 Boll Robin liO a 975 Bennett Jas 1 town lot 50- Hlpsley Ira 137 a n 765- Heflin J D 20 a 505- Hoflln Alec 4 a 520 JarnagIn Cass 40 a G8- 0Iod Jaspor 105 a 7G- Higgs Mrs Mary GI n 591j Thompson Joe 87 n Same 33 a 14IQ Tucker Mrs Lotto 100 a S7- NOGIAGAN Daughn Thos M60 a 77G Baughn Chas D GO a Same 7li a 71G Baughn John P 75 a 520- COlIJag Sirs Frank GO a 5Gp Hapdtlo C J Su a 83 5 Hall Joshua 30 a 47G HIcks Wm II 25 a lil5 NeIghbors S S 6 a 370 Tanner Ispacj 43 12 a 700 WoodIng Rich A 75 a 1285- Westerf1uld Rent by J L Gil liam Agt liOn 43 1 NO 5MAGAN ADDITIONAL Lowollln Joseph 25 n G40 NO 8NORTII ROCKPORT Anderson V L 64 a Same 1 town lot lli55- Culblrtson Mrs Laura A 1 town lot 825 Dibble lira L 0 1 town lot 325- Fullrerson Mlrs Rosa A 15 a 225 Maddox IL VGO a 1165- tLasoor Amos DO a 101- 1Vhittakrr p L D 2 a 131i5- W1l11ams Mrs HubUe D 1o 6 a 1240 NO8Norbh ROCKPORT COLOR E NO 8NORTH ROCKPORT COLOREDINapIer John Col 3 a 4t- lr fe NO9SOUTH ROCKPORT Austin Mrs Verda 1 a 221 Danton JP 1 town lot 705 Fullcarson A E lli n 440 Fulkerson A L 38 a 101- FulltMiJOOnJ T 612 n 605- Fulltwrson Mrs Mary 70 a 655 Hock Alrs MInnie 2 town lots G30 NIckel E S 1 tawn lot 1160 N0 9SOUTH ROLKPORT COLORED Maddox J H 20 a 600 NO 13EAST BEAVER DAM Poole G W 1 town let Same 144 a IS7- SowdOrs W R 12 town lots 1095 NO 13EAST BEAVER DAM COLORED ChLnn Mrs M J one town dot Same la 345 EIdsOn Grant 1 town lot GOO Martin Mrs Francis 1 a 2GO Thomas George 1 town lot 420 Taylor Calvin 16 n 1010 NO 14WEST BEAVER DAM Duff L T 1 a 117 Ferguson Mrs Elizabeth l town lot NO 14WEST BEAVER DAM COLORED MOOcalf Mrs Ellen 10a 28 NO IEAST HARTFORD JandTotAlAllen MnJ Florence 160 x109Bon tt L F SO a 232- Hgward Sylvester 65 a 905 Miller W W 56 n 905- MQlC1eylIJS DeUnh 120 a 1455 Nix John 47 a 1080 4owutlct 23S Sutton tlrs Fronas 28a 82 StWaTt Mrs Dollah lto n Sat 127 Vance P S 26 a 441i Waddle lIam30 a J 1070 Wells Mrs Marta Annd 7ua 18S0 Wilson J B ngt for Dudley and Grogg 422 a 6895- NO ItJAST HARIIbORD ADDITIONAL Allen John T 65 a 745- lInl1tdn Leslie liO a 770- PoodLuton Dr Horace 90 n 217li- NO 2WEST HARTFORD ALvoyj 2 tOwn lots 1605- DarnnrdMt W 120a Same 129 n Same 97 a Same 1 town lot 10815 Daughn F D 1 town lot G420 Davis iD Sra Same 18 n Sam 1 town Sat 25d- Rerlin Maim 26a o 50 0 King John T i town lot 92- Klug G D 1V i town I Sat 485 lianzy W H ItqwnJot 820i Xall Mrs Margaret 1 town Jot 600 NO 2WEST HARTFORD ADDITIONAL Hlbbs V 0 3 a 635 Shown Clayton Ii a li70 Shown Isaac 15G a 4185 NON RESIDENT Doggess Rev E D 1 town lot 285 DiAtty J R 2 a 180- Bllyen n E 1 town lot 200 Coy Allen 3 a IS0 ChristIan Mrs G D G4 a 495 Depp Ilarvey 1 town lot 185 Denns Charles l town lot 190 Evans V S 70 a 425 Felix Mrs Mar aNtt 100 n 825 Farmer JIm50 a 655- Gordont agt for Stogner heIrs 1 town lot GOO McIntyre Will by G W WhIt 1 town lot 17ij Poole Dros by D D Rhoods 1 town lot 2dS Ruby DO 1 town lot 200 Robertson C C by C L Robert son 12 town lotS SIfi 825GWhlttfnghill Mm M E by R D Manttal2G a 9CO Williams W L 27 a 3li5 HARTFORDxI 640G400 McHenry Mrs Mary 1 town lo 20 Phipps Oliver 30 a670 Park WU11am 1 town lot 710 636Ga 230 HARTFORDG Bacon D 1 town tot 600 Drano Mrs Lula B1Itgwn dot 225 Eldeon WatfltownJat 775 Walker T J1 town late Same 1 town Sot Mme ltown lot 4 Same 1 town lot Same 1 mown lot 141i0 T H BLACK 3 O C DEE DAM Dec 6Mr Tom Barnett of Morgantown visited his aunt Mrs Mary Barnett here Saturday and Sunday f The play given by tho Literary Club Friday night was quite a sue cessRev A B Gardner tilled his regu lar appointment bozo Sundayaa S1I1d81 night and our SndayB hooL which 197 enrollodhhudrod tiad ten were present Sunday J The big snow that tell Aonday J R- Z I thoIILII pneumonia I Mr and lIrJ Carl Coots of Green ville vIsited his mother Mrs I 1aylorI I businessII Rev A D Gardner went to Mt Carmel yesterday to conduct the funeral services of Mfrs Dr Murray Mrs Roy Tlchenor was called to the Point to be at the bedside of her sIster who Is dangerously III of bronchial IChllden Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA TRAINED MINDS menTho kIng12000 graduates are holding re sponaiblo positions Hwfdreds are earning over 5000 a year Wo will send full details rogardlng rates and course to young men and women who will write us t o1Ualon6th wad Main Sts LOUI9YALB KY HAVE YOUR SUITS Cleaned PressedS I Dyeingneatly Ladies work special attention Hats Cleaned and Repaired ntdelivered Club rate X100 per month oIu pfB88111d9 Cltlb pA nLDG HkRTFORD ICY- r 7