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Subscription $1 per Year No. 28 REPUBLICANS WILL HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY: "FRIDAY, JANUARY 27, 1911? lag la her 81st year. She was born and reared at Nocreek, this county. a daughter of Henry Stevens and waa married to Morris H. Barnett In the Snapshots of Representatives Who 11 - ,rr year 1851, a hagipy union which lasted twenty itwo years, until his death In -j, , .q. ''" ."nfi"'-- " M 1873. To them were born nine chil J, dren all of whom have crossed the Hot Responsible for Cost of river except four. The survivors aro In Declares DemocratMr. S. T. Barnett, Hartford, Mrs. Living. Mary Llndley, Mr. Simpson Bairnett, ic Editor Murray, Ky. Llvermore and Mrs. Ora Stevens Colo rado. The funeral services were con vstflffT''5- - v Gets Only Agriculturalist Vv &Mt lasts I 3 OsIj w-- V A ducted In an. impressive manner at Rates Democratic Executive ComNocreek M. E Church of which she ha ifeager Profit on been; a consistent member from early mittee's pet Garden,Finding Pirchildhood, last Sunday .by Rev. Grain, I. 0. 0. F. Hall Burned. ates, Grafters and Cat's Paw. In jthe presence of a large assemblage i Madison, Ind., Jan.22. The Upset of relatives and friends. The burial ting of a gasoline stove while a damee her1 The assumption is that the prices was at tho Corson graveyard being given by the Madison Social Paucdoii, Ky., Jan. 23 Close on I I il1 P of cereals and other staple toad pro- body being borne tenderly too Its last 'i'IBI1 j Club was In progress, nBult d In a tie of a. statement by a close ducts of tine farm are now too high resting place by the following pall fire In the Odd Fellows Hall here, it perewal friend of John K. Hendrlx bearers; B. S. Chairiborlln, Thomas and have not yet been lowered. And balng burned to the ground and caus- thath-- j will not continue in the race that seems the universal ciplnicn of Stevens, W, N. Stevens, V. ,0. Bared n loss estimated at between $20,- - for Governor, the Calloway Gaz-jttcttiy dwellers and of the olty press nett, A. M. Barnett and C. M, Barnett. of Murray, which has been an 000 and $30,000. ardent The three first named being i Ab 5 a -- termer 1 asK space lor r;rm- n u For a time the toppling of wal!a of supipont of Hndrick, d ta'aios the pro'fereat nephews of the deceased and mmt. writes W. I. Chamberlain In pose State primary is a hnace mmB the doomed building apppar-r- about the three last direct nephews of hjr the Outlook. to fall against the building occupied and "grafters have the Democratic proceedFirdt, as to the producer, the farmer,. husband who had so long by the Madison D3poi3it Bank, but Party in Kentucky by the throat" ;ln Ohio he now gats, at shipping and ed her. She Was the Jastof'h'or famthe timely us3 of bla-t- s brougnt the It declares the Republican State ticket milling ipolnts, 90 cents par bushel for ily wihlch was a large one and one will be eteotied by 25,000 majority. walls down without a'ltendant harm. per of the most influential In Ohio counwheat (60 (pounds,) 60 cents The lodgi rooms in wihlch the dance Headrlolc's frlemd says while rety. Her husbands family, a'.so years bushel for shelled corn (65 pounds,) was being given were on the third ports from over the State Indlcata ho ago one of the most numerous are all and 30 to 35 cents per bushel for floor. The scond floor was used 03 would have the strongest suppont of Irish potaitles (60 pounds) Here the gone with but very few docendants a gymnasium and the first floor wa3 any candladte by the voters of the for priUjs now left in fche county. Such are the farmer's responsibility occupied by the Western Union Tele- Party, he would stand no chance to ' the VX oi tlm'3- - Sh9 ends; and these prices ore as low as M3ults graph office and a number of phy- win. Hondrick declined to confirm or was a uuvwxoq enneuan anu mucn, these products can bo grown at any sicians office. Tih3 building was own deny the statement saying he will profit with $1.50 and board per day beloved by her relatives and friends. ed jointly by Moroe Lodge No. 2, and announce his final determination In for unskilled farm labor, and other Peace to her ashes. Madlscn Lodge No. 72, I. O. O. Facd a ,woek. expenses in proportion. Apples nre He admitted he has been unred was built thirty ago. The high because there Is only a quarter. CENTERTOWN BANK again and again to make the race for amounts to about $5,000. crop tor our wnoie area, rone proAttorney General. The failure to ducts are nigh because a vary short call a Senatorial primary has bean a. OHIO COUNTY CLOSED BY BUHNER years ago corn crop some three nard strain on the loyalty of the Gcaused an abnormally large autumn ibraltar district Democrats, ho ar .v JT3H: -Jf -' marketing of nogs. Including very BANK ASSIGNS strong for. Ollle James. many breeding sows, and the normal The Calloway Gazette said editori-ally- .: And Stockholders number and weight of marketable Depositors hogs has not bean and could not be Depositors .will Be Paid. Loss ;.'The cough riders composing the Suffer Will N; as'v yet produced; other meats are, TCT1. E1 Democratic State Executive Commit' 'if Any Will Fall on Stock- Jfeilgh for similar reasons. The point V. tee apparently think they are playing L?sl(and the fact) Is that the farmer is hell with all the candidates for State holders. not now on the average gettlrg 'one officers who are not on this press AtsocrH 8 cent above a living price for his Citizens of Ohio County' were sreat elite. We have lost lateawt imoqaaas-- in tha matter because as sure as guu and shocked an last Here are four representatives who uttrfwf Amiiiinmi.i,. nttnniu i xrr... Late Wednesday swrran as u me viuaKe mm ou; Monday morning to learn that tho 'ngton for widely different reasons. Cy Sntloway, known as "the Tall Pine enlng the Ohio is Iran, the n.-- State officers of Ken- consumer. If he would ,buy the saine Bank of Centortown? had been clewed, i oi me aiemmac nrounu nm Home In New Hampshire, is the. tallest man In County Bank by order of Its direc tuony will all be Rojmbllcan. tors assigned for the bineflt ot Its "This talk of 'patriotic primary goods and In the same way (quantt- - by order of Secretary of state, Ben L. congress, ue towers io an amazing ueight, and he Is aJs,o big mentally. NichLon' olas Longworth Is usually pointed out as "Colonel Roosevelt's creditors to A. E. Pate, of Hartford. makes people weary. by ties) that woud pay little It any aioro. Bruner. An ""examlctlofl Every man, though he has other claims to He could now, as then by In for thRogers, who holds soirtfeklud of posT-- Alice Kooseveic wuen sue was 'distinction besides the fact that he married Ky. It Is thought Jhat the bank's with senae enough to hit the ground the White Home belle. He Is wealthy. reDre- - condition will warrant the statjmnt with his hat, knows that it Is a brace wimtw ten Dusneis oi pcicniocs ireu mm aa examiner ny anpomtiment Erttm gents an Ohio conirsionni Hifri.f .,,i i. ... .. tho farmer's wagon for $3.50 to $4, the Kentucky State Banker's ASsocla- - a lawmaker. Frank Meilen Nye of Minnesota is n brother of Bill Nye, the that all the creditors will receive dol- gime and that the cards are all stacklar for dollar on tha bank's lnd bteJ-nes- s. ed by this dilutable gang. Most flVa bustoels of apples for $4 to $5, tlon, was made last week and he found genial humorist who made the world laugh for several years. Nye Is an o As yet the assignee ha3 not everybody we meet says they barrels of wlicat flour for $10 tbat the bank was over loaned and toraey of Minneapolis and has been in congress two termq. He has been iwlll vota (from the mill or cash grocer.) two that the president and one of the dl-- 1 county attorney at home, and he does not pose as a funny man. John Dalzell had the aportunlty to make up a de- the straight Republican ticket, be Pittsburg has been In congress continuously since 18S7 and has been a tailed statement of the banks as3ets cause the hundred pounds com meal for $3 and rectors had borrowed much more than road agunts and grafters ,mportanules and anJ mean committees for the last and to receive thorough advices as to aave tne Democratic flso on for Ms winter's supply at the amounts permitted by law to be party of 'Kentthe valu3 of same. The assets how ucky by the throat. wnolesale. No, he does not buy thus. loaned to officers cf the bank. As ever, are conskterahly In excess of the Three things chiefly make him as a soon as a meeting of the directors ui course, there Is no hope for debts, much of which consists of val that as they have Ollle James on rule, pay abnormal prices fancy goods ccuild be had these men proceeded to'CUCCD QfARRipQ PAUL MORTON OIES the uable real estat3 which has b?en tak- tcbogan. and if a man of his ability la fancy packages; minute neball pur- - make good the amounts which were uMEEl uulDDlLu en for debts and otherwise acquired and love of country ohase with house djlivery; the credit promptly secured by mortgages upon IN NEW YORK HOTEL by the bank. The assignment fcr the daal firomthls gang can't gjt a fair BECOMING GENERAL system with bad debts, which tlw3o(real estate of every conceivable then there Is purpose Indicated has created very pay at all must also pay. One ture owned by them, and whlli there for anybody else. The wonder little, If any, exoltement about tha of all Is that a man like McCroary or mare of ttoeaa three enter into Is doubtless conslderaible bad paper nearly every purchase. Does he buy in the bank It Is believed that every Entire State Be Placed President of Equitable Life Dies community, because the depositors will alow himself to become the Jo have always and now have Implicit cat's paw of a gang of pol I tical good cornmeal at $1.50 per hundred-- , dollar of the depositors Is safe. In thieves' halve pre-- 1 fact a little quiet work upon the part confidence In the bank's president, and pirates, but the people will weight cash? No, he must Under- Without Regaining Con- have into of the examiner would doubtless have who has heretofore practiced the plan their say In November, waned .breakfast foods, cooked if the Re? i nrougnt of takink from his Individual property publicans put up a decent ticket paste, roiled into nimy 6nejis, aim about tho perfect safety of sciousness. to protect any Impairment of the will be elected b.y 25.000 majority. 'it ted to a popcorn flavor, done up the amount awing the bank, by these ar- - officers and within afewmonths time llfancy packages, .adorned with banks capital stock, .Instead of employ (Oft lng that other custom so frequently 4oH ntatlnu fMlri rlfOlvm-rt- d the money could have been secured Among the Lodges. Frankfort, Ky Jan. 24. CommisNew York, Jan. 22. Paul Morton, resorted to wherein bank officers .pound) at his city house, three miles and paid in and the bank could have The Order of Red Men held a:aU Agriculture Rankin stated Presldent-oVjiom the grocery, and he pays twelve been saved and continued as a valua- sioner of the Equity Life Assu have been accused of taking from meeting f that the entire state of Kentucky is rance Society r the benefit of their Indi- - pointed last Monday morning and ap.cents per pound, 1,200 per cent, of ble asset to our thriving little neighand Seoretary of the ba'nk3 a committee to draft resolu quarantine by th'ei United .Navy gfets for the corn boring town. It Is a very great pity under There will be soma tions ,whiat Ine fanmer under Theodore Roosevelt, died "dual account. concerning the death of Filmore States department of agrlcufeurs on vthaUmad9 them! Doea jhe buy flour, that an attempt to do this was not of a cerebral hemorrhage In the Ho- loss by the liquidation of the bank King, and also account of prevalence 6$ahe.p sent delegates to atbut practically all of this ios3 will as of old and as he now can at $5 made, instead vof the flourish of trum fireihlaa anA the that Tito- iHoojicla fa tn tel Sejmour, here Thursday nlsht. His fall upon the hank's president and the tend his funeral at Owensboro, Tu. Tsvir witA """ illlrts Afrljt. l.nh per barrel of 196 pounds. No, the pets and 'rush Into print, which was Hll l esday. o "" "i" W4UUUC1, flil, -!"" .uiaj-u- i u..v4JS th u directors with whom he is associated. iclty man (woman) buys very-- little llirllllirl rv , hv fhw In nnKhnlu-.in.- l lia (summoned into his side, but he was tha afafu J.X- ....i.-- u 'i'lrcuchoiut ihhu ' flour, wholesale or retail. His (her) wtuuit ....i iu.Ye uie eu'jut. iu ruin me 'dead at a quarter to seven o clock, a While the failure of crops for the Rough Rh-e- r Lodge No. no Bcables Acwared In fifteen nwcoun-i- , Knight nraver- - 1st "Give us this day our future prospects of this bank should minutes before they arrived, and past two years and the consequent of Pythlaa held regular .', -a ties in 19K and Is beaomtag gcsial . ... soarcety of money la the vicinity meeting Tui biscuits, crackers, an be effort to reor made dally bread irolls, an nour axter ne was stnoKon. His esday evening with a good, attenn Wo believe it Is as much in a numberVaf other counties. wafers, fancy tidbits, what not de ganize. B. J. Berwlnd, anrlvfd has had much to do with closing close t, , duty of officials who are changed prevalence! a fw mfiAa wH(g, p9rihap3 tm Jnta the doors of this bank, the persis- danoj. Tho lodge enjoyed a good luuuun 8ay.uu the livered at. the door." short talk from Knight J. W. Bruner wnouaqr ancerieping ut3 bator u broathed la3t but tent ill health of Its president has Kniigtoa J. R. pirtle, Yea, 4t saves work and we all hate wjth authority to look after these In- mis uiaeaw is James H. with the Kentucky sheep 4ndutry hrt also rendered the step necessary for and shun workbut.lt Increases the stitutions, when they find bad and J. W. Bruner wore appointthe wellfare of all parties concerned. to attempt to correct' them and has .praoticallA rutaed sometimes many toUf. of he atroke nd n(?iUler rocogalz9d coat' of Uvlng ed a commute to draft suitable re oc ne eui- iW1i about Wm nor apoke The city dweller yields most wllHngly secretly as It is to make any exami- ties iraue iji seveYt solutions expresalvo of the sympathy- Vfsits of The Stork. of the state that vaVe been voted ,. nation at all. However one good reto ithla modern luxury and rush and i BatWted of the members of tills lodge for Mr. Mrs. Joe H. Fond, a girl. htrj8d of menial wonk which demand sult will doubtless come form tho aen- - for their fine sheep. '" tliat Knight S. T. Barnett in thedeath of natural oaus- - Mr. and) Mrs. J. (T. Allen, (boy. aaitipaal dcelng of this hatUc and that a ie uimeu amies . an.d th-thai everything be in smaU fancy will l.a no fl.utynw. his mother. Mr, and Mrs. Ernest Caskey, a girl. Is a 'notice to off teens of all other aftpoteted an Inapeetor to aid in wad- IkaokBg,", cute, celery and salads, Mr. Mortn., h,,.aV hn(, ,lrt ,,,, w " w v "v" Mr. and Mrs. J" B. Autry, nlboy, taetttuUons of like character that they IcaWng the seafbUa and Ito daeteuot daily ready for the table or Good Financial Repart. jjat hisiMfe was In daagor, but his Mr. and Mrs. J. P. NaU, a hoy. as ;iwftrly as may be. All Tight let cannot absorb the funds ever-- wiilch the teapectons how to dip the sheep hlphy8lclaffl and a fow close they r for the ttme beleg guanMaas. but the couty oKtotata J. E. Bean Treasurer of the Hartiadlf- - fr4Mlds k5 hha do so and foot the bills. But 0 wa3 Ohio County Wins Tax Suit. Seoretary Bruner In conueettea with noet preou4ouJg where the dlseaae ix tot jbJw.sat blame the farmer (for high awt if ho did not take The Court of Appeals hay decided ford Methodist Sunday School ha submitted his report for the past year. In the Louisville Ttonte pwvaUnt Rakte says that i Llvo prl4. Brlwe of staple products as an teta-vittot &maM igravd rasulta lwulQ a r tbX lwv t&a farmer's tiande are not says: "I cannot be too emphatic In Stcok Sanltaiy iboanl which wvs Q suit in which Ohio county has been It shows a very healthy and creditaX ' seeking to recover the sum of $1,804.7 ble condition for the tsohool.' I leaiet too hfeh tor a reosonamo my statomeat that my Ewunhiw baa ated to fight tha disease, wWt.ktoon ttt 9t l taxes from the C. & 0. and Southern Cash on hand from "ttojal . found iae ether banks Uut- he has take Badlcal Jfe)a t to K last report $44.SG profit to Mm, nor tdefcer to th town R. R. Co.,-- now the 1. C, since 1903. Collected First Quarter ... fjjwimar Una Joitosrly if 1m would aHuuia44i this immediate coaiau&(-t- y 39,70. ' a W."ta Tho case way once reversed by the Second Quarter Mhf ., 8 la xolUnt ooadltlon." Tha Bank bacome more aaUve. hi a 37,33 alf hw UMwmaa 'Clty ithajhome of his fattoor, J. Court of Appeals tn favor of the Third 23.20' , Uutfr laotod of mtaate way, aad for of HawMoni aad th Brnver Dam DeI'iterlteg iortoa, Sieretery of Agrjcul- - R. R. Co. Later the Circuit Court Fourth Quarter posit .Maalt are tha ouas Quarter not oah. wrd 37.70 I laptlK ClMrCl c re andpolfltod to that office by decided against the County tuid now Home Department U.67 " to as batag in suoh good condtttoa, 1wr PWBit Cleveiaad. Sualday seaeel aaxt Sunday raoratag Judgment Is reversed aud tb Mrs, EllM lanwtt. 14.32 QymcOXTLOVBljo, gray yr- - at 9:4 o'cleok Mowlagi wemfcii at 11 W 1872, Mr. Mortoa eotertd the amount about $2,000, must be tho Fifth Sunday Coleotkg iki. Amount Collected Children's Day 10.00 at Aba heme aaat. sa Itartioca asd Mrafaaeira mad o'eleek, thaata of sanuoa, '"Dae OaaahU dkWx ot She Burliugtixi aud The tax to for years 1896-9Mjrs. BMaa Bahaett dld. and the Mr, John LlatHar. "Saaaday of bar Muta-laftafaooa, Jaiwary , Milt'' ar AJbouadlag Chwaa." "Bvaalag ."waoaala MtoeourlBtivw Railraad k. Omaha as question finally hinged on Aether or Tptal T.... jJWj224.lt MCWHteg near Llvawaof last. PrWaf UT at 7 o'olwk; Youag ISkh1' wt- a oiork ktwl off ills rise not the FUcal Court cood amend its Tatel paid but ..'..' 128.'05! . .T ' W-- 8abP04ar. Oiatoa. Kv. t oi dteiaaw tMHt to old ag ' teg at 8, o aleak. la tho mlread war W was rapid, nod tax levy. Balaace W haad, iW.ik ... KQUITTED Are Prominent, For VriousRetsons when ho loft the Burlington In 1800 he iheld the position of general freight and passenger agxin of .the syslom. Alfter six years conneotlon with the Colorado Fuel and Iron Company and Its subsidiary corporartiiona he became vice president of the Santa Fe Railroad, which poslUoa he held until 1904, when he was appolnVd Secretary of the Navy by President 'Roosevelt. He was made president of (he Equitable Life Ivssuraace Socloty In 1905 and and has hold .that position since. Mr, Morton married Oharlotte Good ridge, of Chicago In 1S80. WINJY 25,000 at State j -- M he-rt- IKl IB 'MilKi; e, d J cc WCTBM Kr7 f i - 4lyiiprlSoa" ireitcrt f VlCZ.&imiJ com-tnlttj- ee xt V.""" at-tw- . I na-w- e i :...'. .... n th.vn.. .l'l"to V I ibt-m- UW,,-,W- i te ,",.,, n ... eon-dAtlo- .,, the-Btoc- n,,, rrihnmi WU-ilai- ns ..., Vf9 ..1 de-llv- fet aw? 'juy ore-.foij- - J8 " mt he rf " , .m i 7, w k te' o - ...'.. I . . I NOW IS TIME donate we mllttoM to Uw iwwh- per aad sHtgaatae publisher, or bo-t- 9 they don't know m law about ' OUBinogB SB S FOR REPUBLICANS To Make oWRBtwbo bbjw a Platf)nn to Win. h , Writes Ex-Edit- or J. Narrows, tucky. H. Thom Ken- spirit ta a,wy or donated to tho man to whom H la paW? 9noh talk to Bknply ridiculous, and it re quires mora than tho average patience to discuss tho proposition of wno.n-e- r advertising pays or not with that kind of a man. His complacent fllf- conoolt in assuming tliat lie knows Wum-s- w9 &. . iL . . Itl tci- ad- - . verllng Is itfirown i! as, of more than tho wholo world lis laugh able, and reminds us of the man who proved that the world doesn't revoke by placing a pumj)kta on a stump and watching it all night. Caiawow uoun ty Nov, a. Tho Uapub- llcarrs of Kentucky will be called upon eoon to offer candidates and a platform to itho votara of tho Commonwealth. DlBsonttoriB in the enemy's ranks offor an Invitation to Republican success, but to win, we must offer In addition to strong ami capable candidates, a platform that will appeal to an aroused and enlightened public opinion. Party ties Ho loosely now. The recent election is a potont warning to the political managers and platform builders. Tbo Democrats will have no platform ami must go before the people upon an old record, never too good and now very muoh out of date. The opportunity of the Republicans Is in an unequlvlcal progressive platform. Reaffirming heartily endorsing and pointing with pride etc., will Tin no recruits from the ranks of the enemy but a strong plain platform declaration for these reforms for which the whole country is clamoring will Insure Republican success. The people of Kentucky like those of the rest Of tho country, nre tired of tho bosses, lot us declare for a direct primary law that will give to the people tho prlvllego of sdectlng as will as of olocting Uiolr public officials The people are demanding good roads; Jot us declare for working the inmates of our penitentiaries upon ,the public highways of the State, and for the working out of all unpaid fines The Kenclue the Commonwealth. tucky democracy has declined the Issue of eljcticg United States Senators by popular vote, let us put the Issue up to tho people at the .polls. ' And It these are not enough there is the initiative and referendum. 1 tannot bollevo that tho people of deliboratlvely vote Kentucky would against the most potent reform yet proposed to safeguard them against predatory wealth and the self exploiting bosses.- H ..-, The people aro aroused and are demanding progress. The watchword is forward, and tho party that offers a program of progress within the proper ibounds of safety stands to win and to rule. When they failed to include tho United States SanaotrsWp in their call for a State primary the Kentucky Democrats showed their distrust of tho people, and if the Republican aar-t- y will offer tho government of the state to tho iwople; lake tho people into tholr confidence tho result w III be safe enough. Give us platform declarations that show our faith in tho people and wo .will wlnn. J. H. THOMAS, Narrows, Ky. Editor Republican: Chliare'n Cry I C A STO R A Official School Calender, Kentucky. Jan. 2. FOR FLETCHER'S 1911 for re-- County Superintendents now bond. Special Notice. ' rip. I ' Beginning with the next Issue tills laper will henceforth publish obitu- -. I.- h r aries, resolutions of respect and cards of thanks at the rate of two cents itor lino. Also notices for church cu- ' tartalrunoiuta whoro money is to bo made will bo charged for at tho kudo rate. For many years this paper has published many columns of euoh niat- 'ter .t lthout any charge whatever, but in ' justice to ourselves wo must this iiomlnnl charge. Our paper sjiaco la tho only means by I Vrllch wo havo to oar money wtlth tion. Sept 4 Labor Day legal holiday. lwxjp it nllvo and it would which to Tor Infants and Childres.' be7just as fair for the merchants to Oot. 12 Columbus Day Hjal holi- The Kind You Have Always Bivght be required to give away thulr goods day, ai to expect this from us. AVo trust Oct. 11. First Installment of State our 'friends and patrons will appreci- per capla due. Signature of Oot 27 Arbor Day. ate vo'Ur position and govern thomselve of 11 Socond Nov. Installrueat accordingly. TilB REPUBLICAN. Madisonville Girl Suicides. State per capita du j. ' Modlsouvllle, Ky., Jan. 15. DeNov. 30 Thanksgiving"' Day legal Why Men Advertise. spondent over her Inability to use holiday. Tho man who conducts his busl-ues- u Dec. 9 Third instaHnlont of State ono of her arms In playing," Miss on tlie theory tliat it dovxm'tpay "Maude Edglngtouan Orgaoktoged 25 per capita ,duo. and )4 caji't afford to advertitro, sots Dec. 25 ChrUtma3 Day jega'l holi- committed aulclde Frlady morning at up his judgeiuont in opposition to her home la this city. day. that of ull tlio boat business anon The fingers on Iwr let hand'beoami In ""the world. Says an experienced Escaped With His Life. strained e.jvera.1 months ago as the years ago I faced an result of continued playing. advertising authority: "With a fuw J'T,wonty-oni a awful death," wrtlos, H. B. Martin, yeartf exprtrdiuioo In conducting Iler arm became afflicted making Miiiall busings on a fuw thousands of ont IlarrelPson, S. C. "Doctors huld. It lmiiosalblo for her to us U.y- Her capita), iw uvunuw to know more I had oonsuulptlon and tlie dreadful whole life wa bound up in ier muthan thousands whose hourly tran cough I had looked liko itaure enough sic, but obeying the physician orsactions aggrvgato more than Ids do in I tried everything, I could hear of, der she gave It up. . Following this, a year, and who liavo made their mil- for my cough and was under the treat- sho become melancholy, and did not lions bypmwulng a course that he ment of the host dootor 1a George- seam to realize that she could u longf town, S. C, for a year, but could er play as before. j suya doesn't poy." If advertising dooln't pay, why is got no relief, A friend advised me Thursday night she went to the pl- it that tho mdsit sUcciful merchants to try Dr. King's New DWoovory. I ano and played tor some Uine, au of overy town, large or tmall, air did so, and was completely curwd. I then It was that she seemed to tnd heaviest advantilsors? If advert feel that I owe my lifo to' thla great that Hhe coul not make lwrun-ger- a ilatug doesn't ,tiy,' who do-i- itlie most throat and lung cure." 'Its poaltivo-l- y reHoiidto the music An hy Kuj guaranteed for couhs,' colds, and She mado a remark to her pirJaSi to business? If it does not , pay, business Urtm lt Uiojworld upend milliono in, alt . hrrwoMal affections. 50c '& '$1.00 una uiieui. s. J ' .T.v-.- ii that msy. Is it bvxsuise they want to Trial boMlo free at aw uni9w:. in i Friday morning her moth s aalM sub-dlstrl18-1v 25-2honce-.'forthmal- Jan. 14. Fourth Installment of State per capita due. Common school gradua Jan 8. tion examination. Feb. 11. Final Installment of State per capita due. Fob. 22. Washington's birthda- ylegal holiday. April School census taken during tho month. May 6 Election of two trustees In graded schools. May 13 These trustees enter upon their duties. 3 Common school gradu May ation examination. County teachers' oxaml- May 19-antion, white. County teacher's exami 7 May nation, colored. holi May 30 Decoration Day day. June 1 On or before which county city school boards suporlntendentaand report census to the Superintendents of Public Instruction. County and State teach June 7 ers' examination, white. Kentucky Educational June 27-Association meets at Owensboro. County and State teach June 4 ers' examination, colored. June 24 Division boards hold first meeting for electing Uoohers. June 28 State diploma examination at the Stat3 Department of Education. June 30 Clo3e of School year' and of fiscal year, by which time all school levies for ensuing year should Balance all school acbo made. counts.) , r July 1 New School year heglns. July 3 Teachers' Institute sjison begins. July 4. Indapendence Day legal holiday. July 8 City school boards apomt truant officers. July 15 Superintendent of Public Institution declares per capita. 2 County teachers examiJuly nation, white. 9 County teachers examiJuly nation, colored. July 29 Division boards hold meeting for electing teachers. July 31. Final date for appolntmen of boncflciarles to State University. Aug. 1 County superintendents imust to Superintendent make annual of Public Instruction, Aug. 1 County Superintendents must make annual seUlementand send a copy to Superintendent of Public Instruction. Ang. 5 Election of trustees. 9 County and State teachAug. ers' examination, "white. 6 Aug. County and State teachers' examination, colored, Aug. 2C Division boards hold third meeting for ekctlng teachers. Ang. 30 State diploma examination at tlie State Department of Educa 27-212-120 26-216-120 23-2-3-21-22S-2- Receiving . t her room at 9 aUred no aiMwer, Mrs. aWglwgtea d bhe roem to find the yow afcrl lying B? Bali Rvangeltet, la ..getting across iha bad fully draaaed and dowa o Mb work In earawtjftt Ports-mout- h dead. be Obto oiid already tfcitt? On the floor was a nan tinea oot-- k lng shaken up as it has narer been tie of carbolic aeM that ha dended before. The ovMgelist Isjaylrg a her life. The phystelaM state that lot of things that cannojjU to bo sho had boon dead for two hours. furnlefeing the understood, and ts nowspapoTB witli oodles j3I. mighty $100 Reward $100. good reading material. Tho readers of this paper will be Here are a few of thegjngeljst'B pleased to learn that there Is at least ' sayings: science has ho one dreaded disease that Many a man will pnay'.when been able to cure in aH Its Btages, thinks tho undertaker ta.yomlng to Hall's Catarrh shoot ombalmlng fluid intohta body. and that la Catarrh. positive cure now well Cure Is the only God .Is dotag-sI wonder that to the medical fraternity. Cat as he Is with the materialio', has to known arrh being a constitutional disease, work on. InterhEvery man and woman oinGod'sdlr Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken nally, acting directly upon the blood 4$ has a weakness. surfaces of tho Bystom, Many a man makes promise when and mucous thereby dostroytag the foundation of ho thinks they are golngjto eliake tho disease, and giving the patient tho shroud over nis oia carsaes. Btrcngth by building up tho constituSome men aro so lawjJSSwn Oint and assisting nature In doing fchoy havo to reach up totouch bot- tion its work. The proprietors have so '3?v tom. much faith in Its curative powers I don't owe a man a dollarand nev they offer Ono Hundred Dollars er beat a man out at a mcKie in my that for any case that it falls to oune. life. Send for list of testimonials. Address The cause of crime In ;most cities F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. is the dirty, Btlnklng grog shops. Sold by all Druggists, 75c. many a glFucan clerk I wonder how Take .Hall's Family Pills for consti In a store for $6.00 a weekWpay rcom pation, ni trptisquare. rent and board and then Wealth Is no barrier tear Ighteous- - $om "WUy" Suriitfias. The Rr. Bhy Sunday, ttPMawn-c1 KAAAdlAJlJl5lAAAftftJlftJl4ft am SPECIAL I m ? c hm $ ')(- Until January 30, 1911, Only aaia-M-MHHaIBa--HaHB I a T The Hartford Republican ONE YEAR AND THE LouisYille Daily Herald 4 ' ONE YEAR FOR 0 0 ,- at this 1911. 0 0 0 nes3. Kentucky News Notes. Christianity and rod Whiskey don't Jjj& stay Jn the same skin. If .the churches of this city would spend a night In earnest prayerr you'd write a new 'History ot tais wnisKy soaked, scar ridden old towns When some people prayfithey re mind one of a jack rabbit eating alfal- fa I don't know as much about, theolo gy as a jack rabbit does about ping pong. ufi Wliat makes me sick is f to s?a a Milton Ollvor, a selfHConfossed night rider who Is a witness in tho raft cases, will sell his property dn Lyon County and move from the State. An attempt was made recently to assassinate him. Hop-klnsvll- lo W- - Two more were caught In legging" dragnet at Corbln. the1 "boot 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 No Orders Received Price After i J & 4 January 30, i o c l c Send All Orders to The man wait until his wife dies ibcfone ha buys flowers for her. 3li like to see a man treat his wife just';illi;e he did before they were married, when they walked arm In arm through the groveandhe fedher oa candy- - hearts with readln' on 'om. i I hate (to see a man going about th" house lookln llgke a rummage' sale. Lf3t the world know you've,'gotsomr thing besides what they teadh in n : commercial- - college. Many men who are thinking of embracing religion nre talked out of the notion by tholr thoughtless wives, who pray an hour where one" minute would have done more good. x son of Alex. The thirteen-year-ol- d Benitloy, of. Letcher county accldont-l- y shot and probably fatally wounded his little brother". High winds did considerable dam age in the mountain section. of The drug store and residence Roy Bond at Paducah (were destroyed by fire. Loss $5,000, with $3,500 insurance. W. H. Bartlott resigned as agent of the I, C. railroad at Owensboro to accept a almlla losltloiv with the Henderson route. The steamboat Dick Fowler plying in tho Cairo and Paducah trade has been condemned by inspectors. 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 HARTFORD REPUBLICAN, 999W9 i c t & Hartford, Kentucky. i .& ??99?9?9$9$ ; 0 ' It has been definitely settled that the equestrian statue of Gen. John The number ot people billed? yearly H. Morgan to be erected by the U. by wild beasts don't approach' tho D. C. shall stand in the counthouse vast number killed by disease germs. yard at Lexington. No life is safo from their attacks. They're in ari, water, dust, even Wedding Mystery Cleared. food. But grand protection is affordNoblesville, Ind., Jan. 18. The finded by Electric Bitters, which destroy ing of a ring ay near the spot and expell those deadly dsl.nse germs were system. That's why chills, where a number of human bones from the unearthed a few days ago in this city, fever and ague, all malarial and 'many It is believed will clear up the mysbllood disgusts yield promptly to this terious disappearance of Eugene C. wonderful blood purifier. Try them, Woodmansee In 1867, of Danville, 111., and enjoy the glorious health and just a few hours before he was to new strength they'lll give you. Monhavo been married to Miss Sarah Virt, ey back, If not satisfied. Only 50c who lived nar ihtire. m at all druggists. The bones were found under an old house occupied by Bert Cloud and hi Fire at Greenville. says that following a dream that Greenville, Ky., Jan. 9. At an began early hour Sunday morning fire was more horns would bo found he digging nnd unearthed the ring and discovered in the dry goods building an old trunk containing parts of a of L. Hummel, on Main s'.r vt .Withskeleton. It is believed the in a few mlnutoj, however, the vol- human ring Is tlie one with which Woodman-se- e unteer fife departed was playing a had Intended to Wed Miss Virt. large stream of 'water on the flames Older inhabitants of the city retail and kept the fire confined to one civil war, a building. Tho entire stock of mer- that about the time ot the road house with a bad reputation iwas chandise, amounting to about $9,000 near the Cloud home and it is was dsetroyed and some damage was located believed tho young man was lurod dono to the building. Tin stock was thero and murdered. Marriage license Insurod for $7,000. Tho fir a occurred records of the county show that a 11 In tho center ot ono of tlie business censo was issued for Eugene C.Wood- blocks. maansee and iMlss Sarah Virt but had nover been used. Kill More than Wild Beasts. RvtitS Prize Offers from Leading Manufacturers Cook on patents. ey n " " Hints to Inventors." "Inventions needed." Send rough sketch or model for was, formerly. search of Patent Office records. Our.JVlr.-.GreelActing Commissioner of Patents, and as such had full charge of the U. S. Patent Office. "Why some inventors fail." L. m GREELEY &M?INTIfiE , to-d- 1NCORPOHATKD Washington, D. C ' , bicycle (umlffled br n., Ctoaeenu everywhere aro a rt Imr rull aarltclibiri awl jiwrtal ontral onet. NO MONK If ItEQUIKKI) until you receive and approve at your bicycle. Wt jhip to anyone, anywhere In the U. S. without a (tut dtpeiit inidnnce.rrtayfrei'rM, and allow TKfl UAYS' JTKKiS T1UAL duiine which time you may ride the bicycle and you with. If you perfectly utUSed to Sit It the any test ship it back to us at are then not and yen mill not it or do not with to bicycle our exnense tut out cint. We furnish the highest grade bicycles It possible F1PTMV PIIPFC at one small.profit above actual factory it cost. You to male ave ta rnvivni rnmca by buying- - direct of us and have tlie manufacturer's guar, to lis middlemen's profits antee behind your biciele. BO NOT JIUY a bicycle or a pair of tires from any ant at any trict until, you receive our catalogues and learn pur unheard of actory iffeiat ajjtrt itkh auu rtmarxaotAQTfillltUrB vt you UKuau.our beautiful catalogue ant receive when I BP HOIUnidRLI ,tudy our superb models at the wmdttfuUt We tell Imitruit we can make you this year. satisfied the highest grade bicycles for less mone any other factory: We are than with ll.oi tirofit ahave factory cost. BICVClIlS lllSALKICN. vou can sH nur hicvdti unHr vnur nvn name nlite al am i i our prices. Orders tilled the dav received. oounio HKCOND 11AND 11ICVCI.KS. We An tint mnilarlv han11 urnnil hind UrvAn hu 'tuuallv have a number On hand faVn In traili. hv nttr Chrvn rratl tnr 1 h.t r .!. mil ForomDtly at nrlces raiunnr from 83 tn BM or 810. hanraln lilt1 mailed fre. slnclo wheels. ImDorteu roller chain and Detlala. carta, renalra and fkAattvirn g, nBlirr bUHaiCH-DHfini;equipment of all kinds at ka( tit usual rttail fruit. Ite-- - Hl H ITvL WANTE- D- RIDER AGENT Rancet" IHUCHTOWN and district ta nde and exhibit a mllfll nur a X v SELF-HULIN- G TIRE.r)SKS UllyouatamplepairtorftJXHcasiuitiorderllJJ), NO MORE TROUBLE FROM PUNCTURES V Tht tSJO hgular retail price ot these tires it ter pair, but to introduce vie will CASTOR A ' EASTVIEW. Itov. Norrls Lashbrofllc lie as pastor of '.no Balls been Run Church for tho ensuing 'year. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Collins, of Taylor Mines, spent SuinUay and Monday with Mr. S. R. Frlich. Mrs. Alice Chapman returned to her home after spending two months with frfonda at Owenwlrwo. Mr. J. L. Modulo made a business trip to Owonsbcfto Friday. Mr. Ellis King, ot Laffoan, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. D. King. Mr. L. D. FVonch Made a business trip to Llvermore, Monday. NAILS. Tacks or Glass will not let tha air out. Sixty thousand pair sold last year. Over two hundred thousand pairs now in use. Df0fTK7Af5Iadelriallsliet.Itl5llve1v! Ll I mmuto Jan 18. &aisqrf&&K v and easvridlnK.vcrvdurableandllnedlntlde with" a SDecialaualitv of rubber, which nnrrlvmm.i porous and which closes up small punctures without allow Kot tee tlie thick rubber treai the air to N; customersescape. We have hundreds of letters from satisA" and puncture strips "11? fied staling that their tires haveoulybcen pumped and I'D." also rim strfu "U up once or twice in a whole season. They weigh no more than to prevent rlia cutting. Thla in ordinary tire, thepuncture resisting qualities beingglven tiro will outlast any other by several layers ol thin, specially prepared fabric on the InaUo-SOKLASTIO saul tread. Theregular price of these tires is 13 so per palr.but for KASY KIUINO. idverttalnenurTMses wearemaklnv a arterial fartnrvnrWin the rider of only 14.80 per pair. AH orders shipped same day letter is received. We ship C O. D. on approval. You do not pay a cent until J on have examined and found them strictly as represented. We will allow a cash discount of 5 per cent (thereby making the price 4.S8 per pair) if you send FULL CASlt WITH OKDKft and enclose this advertisement. You run no risk l sending us an order as the tlrea may be returned at OUK expense if for any reason they are not satisfactory on examination. We are perfectly reliable and money sent to us is as safe as in a bank. If you order a pair of these tires, you will find that they will ride easier, run faster, wear better, last longer aud look finer than any tire you have ever used or seen at any price: We kuow that you will be so weH pi sated that when, you want a Mcycle you will give ua your order. We want you to send us trial order at once, hence this remarkable tire offer. you nd for a pair of don't buy any kind at any price-untfJT aVCaTfl tlraa on approval and trial at f UU HCCU fffftCO Hedgetbom ruuctare-l'roo- f the special Introductory price quoted above: or write for our big Tire aud Sundry Catalogue whleu describes and quotes all makes and kinds of tires at about half the usual prices. BDYINQ a bicycle NOT THINK but write us a postal OfOV wWMIM or a pair of tires fromtoday. DOuntil you know OF new aad woodaiful, Use anyone "H , offers we are making. It only coots a postal to leara everything- - Write it NOW. , FT, notr r Vlff fl) Uf I, ll o Operation Thought Inevitable. Ju a letter tram this Ferris place, glairy Kltman, soys: "I was confined 6 my bed for three moHttu, wclh 'womanly troubles and during thV'j time agony. suffered untold e. The doctor tldan operation ww I tried Qardut. Now I am well, and able to do a errct pant ot my work," Thousands ot iiadla have testified to the herwfR obtalaod fcwn a, Cardui, the woman's tonic. It unaeceewry (womanly ipalaaand buHas up wemaal staeHgttt.. It tovH trua" tonic Ty H. It wMl Mt you mi Tex. lne-ttaUpro-vant- J. L. MEM CYCLE COMfAMY, UKMO, ILL - r, "fij yU'eiycwGuJJtST, I s .....' O 1 i": i-- 1. -- iii: ?i. . V" T1 Smk JUilroad Statistics. SUttMiefl wtilch have boon careful lj pt r number of year of riril Wftd W tBrfOTOMMMO hcW 4 and 2U ho proposition of landed movement being about 70 per cent. We understand that Iho colA family can suffer no greater lection bt these statistics was underaffliction, than to have a child subject to fits or epilepsy. Many a taken by the American Railway, in a largo part for the pur- father or mother would give their pose of ewcoiitaglhgYhe better move-nJeall to restore such a child to health. "I am heartily glad to tell you of of cars and also for the puronr little boy who u completely pose of measuring accurately such Imcured of fits, lie commenced havprovement as might be effected. ing them at to years of ace and had them for four years. I tried three '. It would not bo amiss for those who doctors and one specialist but all of them said he could not be cured, are urging the building of various but Dr. Miles Restorative Nenrine canals to study Iho difficulties of and Dr. Miles' Nerve and Liver Pills made a complete cure. lie is now .Many well moaning tho railroads. hale, hearty and cay. It has been attempts are made at arguing in three years since he had thelast spell. of various canal iprojects, when I shall give Dr. Miles medicines firalse. wherever I po. You are at It sooms pretty clear that thoso who to use this letter as you see fit ana anyone writing to me I will speak for tho project would bo givgladly answer if they enclose stamp en pause If thc-- reflected upon tha ' for reply." F. M. BOGUE, Windfall, Ind. fact that with all tho facilities and conveniences hte railroads have Dr. Miles' Nervine "thoy cannot do better than an averis fust what it is represented to be, age of about 23 mllas per car jier day. a medicine compounded especially A railroad car Is, certainly a very for nervous diseases, such as fits, convenient way of moving freight, spasms, St. Vitus' dance, convulfor-- It can at slight expense be sions and epilepsy. These diseases moved Into and out of a "manufacturfrequently lead to insanity or cause ing plant, making direct connection weak minds. Dr. Miles' Nervine yrlth the very point where the' mate- has proven most effective in relievrial 8s produced or consumed. ing these dreaded maladies. 1a. yards It can be examined Soldbyall drugglats. If tha first bottls a' canal boat looks falls to benefit your money Is returned. with facility, almost Impossible beside It Ninety-nin- e MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind. per cent, of tho energy expended upon canal projects js In the politics and direction of playing King called on Mrs. Mary White Suncreating "public sentiment.-' these are necessary but a day. little reflection upon the difficulties of Mr. Tom Wimsatt, of Sunnydale, railroads In handling the vastly more has moved to Mr. Jake Duke's farm. serviceable and convenient railroad We are glad to see him la our midst car should move the canal,. boomers again. io prepare a somewhat better case Mr. James R. Burden has moved to for the canal boat. The railroads Mr. John Taylor Lowe's farm near have found that the junction and ter- Concord. Mr. Ernest Duke, our school teachminal points cause the rub, and whatever may be possible it has not been er, attended the box supper at Dun- Ldee Saturday night. shown, that tho canal boat offers erior promise. In actual motion, it Mr, Tom Maiden wont to Sunny-dal- e Sunday to see his sister, Mrs. is, of courae admittedly inferior. Ina Dur.bin, who has been sick since last October. Cheap Clubbing Rates. Mr. 'and', Mrs. W. L. White spent We have made an arrangement witl Thursday with Uncle Bill Feem-star- " publishers of the Inland Farmer, last the raid family. r. j, of Louisville, whereby we are enabled Mrs. Torranle Flener went to Sunto furnish The Hartford Republican nydale daughlast Friday to and that paper one year for 91.50. ter, Mrs. Tom Smith. visit her The Inland Farmer Is a weekly Journal and one of the best farm papers Parson's Poem a Gem. W published In the United States. Our From Rev. H. Stubenvoll, Allison, readers should take advantage of la., In praise of Dr. King's New Life this offer. tf Pills. "They're such a health necessity, tfsed-o- a Women- .in'xjrery hoanethese pills'should be. Va., Jan. 10. So If other kinds you've tried in vain, "Wheeling, W. V USE.DR. KING'S anxious were the women, to gain advAnd .he well again. Only 25c at all mission! to the trial of Mrs. Laura m Farneworth Schenk, charged with druggists. giving poison to her husband, John Kentucky Slop Feeding. O. Schenk, which began that the police hod to use their clubs Frankfort, Ky., Jan 17. Slopping wo- cattle at distilleries in this state may tx keep them back. Several and be stopped entirely on the order of men were knocked ' downi trampled on as they attempted to the State Board of Health If It Is rush Into the courtroom this after- determined after an investigation of noon, and Mrs.Amelia (Ssinen had to conditions surrounding tixe distilleries be taken t the hospital. that the offai from the cattle pens William Wolfe, who has traveled has to be drained Into the creeks and " with the Schenks, in Europe, rivers of this state. ' Drs. John G. South and H. S. Keltestified that Mrs. Schenk had Bald shortly after their return; to this ler, of this city were appointed a comcountry. mittee from the State Board of Hoilth "Billy, I don't think John will live to visit tho distilleries and determine long."how long It will take them to arrange testified tihat to stop draining the cattle pens, inDr. F. L. Hupp Schenk suffered ofbothlcsd and ar- to the creeks and rivers. The Kentucky Distilleries ind ware senic poison. On one occasion when visiting the patient, Dr.. Hupp taslt-file- d house Company which awnes n number of distilleries Is Kentucky, is fightthat Mrs. Schenk said. "Perhaps I. would be better satls- - ing this porpbsltlcn of the Board of Health, but as (he offal from the "fied If you would let him die." cattle pens Is regarded by the physicians as assisting tho culture, of tyPALO. phoid genns there Is no doubt that Jan. 10. Health 'is' this community the distilleries will have to resort to to-b- o Is' good at,' 'this' .writing. The slop growers "are; about don strip- same methods of disposing of tho other than feeding it to cattle. ping tobacco and "are pusy delivering as. their turn comes . and .some are Texas Woman Near Death. getiing good prices for their tobacco. Wills Point, Tex. In a J otter from Mr. Olan Duke and Mr. Joe Maiden want to Hartford Monday eax ibuslneas. Wills Point, Mrs. Victoria Stalllngs Mr, Thomas Duke bought a fine says: "J was afflicted with womanly tffoutote, had a dreadful cough, and mare last week, price $83.00. awful pain. I certainly Mr. John Dodson, of Polo, and ,Mr. suffered Concord, went would have died if I had not been John Taylor Lowe, of relieved by taking Cardui. Now I tq Fonte'ville last Saturday night am stronger and In Letter health, than WilMessrs. John .Willis, of Pa.o, Whoborry and Clarence Howard, of I ever was in my life. I can't say half lis fiunnydale. attended tho W. O. W. fol- enou'eh for this medicine." Do you at Owensboro last need relief? Cardui will help you. iation exercise troubles, Its Try Jftfor Sunday. W. O. W. age is Its guarantee. It cures 28tl. The Ladles Circle of the mat at Sumnydalo last Saturday. Earlington on a Boom. ., Mr. Charlie King and sisters, Mtas-e- s The EarliDetfon Bee publishes a let- 'and Heidi e wore the guests Gertie of their uncle, Mr. George Russell and tec frixm John B.. Atklsson, ijiloneer family last Saturday and Sunday, and coal' operator and export, who est! Mtee Iloste Iluwttll accou)iwled them uiftU tha. it will taksj 300 years to eatewfeit the cool that underlies the home. Mi) Pearl Berry who the guest of lss48 contirtw to Eail!nttH). BarUngton Is to havo a new ireaer- ;fe Miss Ora. MaWtw last Saturday nbjbt ' r1, Mr. Ateaw Battle and temily were voc Uiat wiw artye &rter capacity ad will the guests of Mr. Jack Funk and as4", inorwuwd prvwure ewire eJJ ueetioBS of the town. Taffy last Saturday 'night. family, of are JttiKtrUuit railroad Mr. Charlie Feenwter 'ww, la w-iMbuUm: a atfw teenntotU or BytUUe Saturday, trading. mlbh. ! arHBtoi te Mc. CUwtde White went to Dswlee mnjijimiiiri 'iwit wall Kaw Year with eaf Saturday ea business. 4 fouMad q)aUHonB for a kwg tatA BartWt, Mtae' Mr. Aleaie, i'2 nt fa-y- or y ly to-da- y, to-d- ay fc your-womanlA , pver has averaged mll8 per day,-t- fr4ht ca inovgiwhnt the coimtry thl tj "Dr. Mile' Nervine Completely Cured Our Little Boy of Fits.,rT teHavnta ad v lwt-&&.;- & Riill awl Mlm CUrUe'atf KWI only a small awount of tobacco In Mr. Robert waa Hie warehouse When the nowepaper buincss soflir'enys In its Infancy in America Uio shoots tliTKunty ho lias no ldi ns to who parties are. were man made and man read, Only An at Tnpr. was made to blood J portion of tho women wero a email hounds to make an to locate tholr reader and almost no ohlKlrcn but thi3'wos abandoned. Tho Tho women who road took more al'&mpt was one of tho boldst, evr In books and Indies magazine known in this sootlon. Prlzurs had. and often chlldMii .w re not nllowbd loft th warehouse an hour and a to o much ns look at a newspaper ; half ''b forr tlio explosion occurred. , Within the recollection of many of TllO V.iU 'loufe' is rtvned liv Mm. .J. I our elders did not p.rm-- t lh-- dally The Kind You Ilnvo Always Bought, nnd which lms liccn W."Bann-- of this city. to corn a nearer the home than father's in use for over 30 years, lins homo tho signature of office sometimes they could bo found nnd has been mndo under his pcr- Stop Those Pains. In brother's room. This Is net ansonnl supervision since its infancy. Tlmb rvllle, Mlfs. Miss Gartrmle country. Concient history of tho '1 ditions have ohangtd rapidly, however Gatlln, of Tlmberville, writes: AH Counterfeits, Imitations and" hut Experiments that trillo with nnd endanger the health of and whothsr wise or otherwise news did no know anything could stopthoo papers enter all tlie most progressive womanly pulns, from which J suffered Infants ami Children Experience against Experiment. for two y I Cardui. homf. Wide spread education of the had" b n ars', until triedvarious fe- I troubled with masles has brought this about and x he more ignorant of the Journalists male nilments",but they ,wero cured in falling behind their romters In a little while, thanks to Carudl." Car are Castoria is a harmless suhsti(uto for Castor Oil, Pareoulture. They will soon drcp out or dul is fsp dally ndnrttd for use by is Pleasant. goric, Drops and Soothing- Syrups. die out. Children begin reading very ailing women". It relieves headache contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic backache, dragging feelings, irreguearly and feminine readers now outdestroys AVorms unbalance. Its ago is its guarantee. misery, and womnumber tho men, perhaps while a larity, cures Diarrhoea and Wind nnd allays Fevcrlshness. anly weakness.' It is safe. It is reliagreat many newspapers are running Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation along not much iuadvnnce of those ble. It do?s the work. Will you try nnd Flatulency. assimilates tho Food, regulates tho 28tl fifty years ago still man made and It? PI asa do. Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Tho Children's Panacea Tlie Mother's Friend. not altogether manly, either. Cracks at Corncrackers. But It Is a most hopoful outlook Omaha Tho people for the futuro that our leading dallALWAYS ies and weeklies are getting out of of "Breathitt county, Kentucky, are the rusts fast. For a long time they probably glad that Adams county, Scars tho Signature of did not seem to understand tills Ohio has been discovered. homo cry and rather resented It .Richmond Virginia: Out In Kenthus allowing the magazines to reap tucky a negro prisoiwr was hound a rich home liarvest. Tho more in- over to the grand Jury while riding telligent and progreesslve newspaper on a train. It can bo truly said he men are now cleaning their columns was "railroaded." Los Angeles Herald: In New Jersey of that which Is offensive to their realizing that the a man has Just been killed by drinkhome patrons, steady , household subscribers oro ing, moonshine whiskey. Under simiIn their real .backers and not tios who lar triutment In West Virginia and Kentucky he usually kills a few of twvoRK crrt. buy the extras for some sensational his.nelghbors. write-uDavenport, la., Now Democrat A prosperous Now Year to the "Higher Plane" newspaper fraterni- that tlie roports are nearly all In it appear that, the killings and inaim-lng- s ties and .their patrons. Ex. on account of holiday festivities In 'Texas, Kentucky and South CaroPOSITIONS GUARANTEED Order Your Magazines Now lina were Just as numerous as It will soon be time that most read- Fourth of July casuallties in. any the will GUARANTEE you a position ir you three us real eoon. We nood many mora ers of current literatures and magaat once to supply the enormous demand Northern States that can be selected. zines will be making up their lists for our graduates. As eoon as we get tho required Los Angeles Kentucky Herald: number of students this offer will bo withdrawn. So for the new year. I am representawrite at once for particulars. farmers are reported ns abandoning tive for any magazine or peridolcal c I V tobacco culture to raise turkeys. No r .AArfi that you may wanL I will furnish wonder, when the price of the last you them singly, or' make you a cut Ohristmas bird sounded like a week's price where you take more than one. salary, through you could still ibuy Make any kinds of combinations or BUSINESS COILEGE "smokes for a cent npiece. INtOliroiiTtD clubs. All renewals accepted, and W. SCHWARTZ FHINOIPA1. KfiTAnuBniD ifi04 given the same attention as now subLOUIS VIIiTTC, KY. Helpless as a Baby. scriptions. Call on, write or teleValby Heights, Va. Mrs. Jennie 13. phone, J. NEY FOSTER, Kirby, in a letter from this plac?, Office, Hartford, Ky. The Republican says: "I was sick in bed for nin-I month, with womanily troubL-sJosh Billings' Guide to Health. was, so weak ard helpless, at times, I Never run into debt If you can find couldn't.ralse my head Bff tlie pHCow anything else to run into. I commenced to take Cardui, and f Bo honest If you can; if you can't saw it. was helping me, at once. Now be honest, pray for help. I can work all day." As a tonic, for Marry young and if you make a weak women, nothing lias ben found CO Acres of the finest Rough hit keep cool and don't brag about It. for fifty years, that would take tho river Bathe thoroughly once a week in soft place of Cardui. Try a bottle bottom land located threo miles west water and casteel soap and avoid tlte It will surely do you good. 28tl of Hartford. About 20 acres in cultibutos. vation. Good dwelling and out buildExercise In open air, but don't saw Scientific Farming of Agriculings. A bargain for $1,230. wood until you are obliged to. ture. 0 iY&m Laff every time you feel tickled, We have 460 acres of fine bottom As a result of the teachings of and laff once In a while anyhom. land from one and a half to two Eat hash washing day's and be tho methods of the Department of miles of Hartford, part of it with farming, thankful, If you have to shut your agriculture for scientific an timber. Also about 75 acres of uphelps hurts, but It won't cure farmers throughout the country have eyes to it 0 aching tooth, wonn't wake a marred land belonging to the same tract. and Increasdo" their yields. Tho demon- one look like Its old self. Takes a Terms easy. Be kind to your mother-in-laSouthern farm If necessary pay her board ait some stration work among experienced dentist to do ers has'thown excellent results and skillful, good hotel. ISO Acres of land two miles south Get all the sympathy you Organized In that. progressive growth. Hold the baby half the time and alrelief and good of Itoslne on a free delivery route out can, but for real ways start the fire In the morning 1901 for the purpose of fighting the appointment of Beaver Dam. 30 acres bottom land boll weevil in Texas this worl; has dental work make an and put on the teakettle. with us for the practical way of get- about 20 acres timber land and the now extended to all the Southern rest of it fairly good upland. Five states. The boll weevil has been ting your teeth In flno 6hape. Best room Just Half in Bed. frame, two story house, two crown und bridge work In this town fought' progressively, and where tlie Clyde.Ky. Mrs.' I. A. Decker iwmites or any town. Teeth extracted with- barns and good tenant house. Splenof from Clyde, "I recommend Cardui, fanners have followed Instructions did orchard, never failing well In yar agents an aver- out pain. All work guaranteed. Telethe woman's tonic, to any woman In the crop of tho department produced phone 218. and horse lot and spring In easy reaca age 'of cotton has been need of a remedy. For five yawn, 1 of the house. In good repair. Must BELL, DR. was unable (to do my work. Half my In spite, of the weevil, and statisbo sold and will be bold at a bargain. tlmo was spent In bud. At times, 1 tics show that, on the o'.ther hand, DENTIST, could not stand. At hist I tried Car where planters havo not followed tha Office in Republican Bldg. Hartford, Ky. A new ono and one-ha- lf story frame dui. Now 1 am well and haipyand Instructions, a crop failure has resultbuilding with five rooms and large can do my own work." Don't suffer ed. This is conspicuously time In tho recptieon hall, built out of the best pain, headache, backache, and other alluvial section of Texas Louisianaa selected material. Situated on Clay womanly misery when your owndirug- - and Mississippi. The methods advoand Fredrica streets, Hartford, Ky. cated are being adopted by farmers In glsthascn hisrfielf a remedy Qardul Lot 00x205 feet Flno well of soft territory the Gut a bottle for your shelf. 28tl water. All necessary out buildings. nroffast bolng' recognized as the and PROCURED AND DEFCNDED..8?:nd,DSH Terms reasonable. Apply to uliutu. lur exyert iwnivJi utl lm n von. d ntwuuc ir Dynamiters Fail to Burn Tobacco. best means yet preseirtd of raising a Kite aJVlte, huvr to vIMin puttnu, trade iuuk I HARNETT & FOSTER. I copjrifhta, in ALL COUNTRIES. croj ofrcotton In spite of tho Mt. Sterling. Ky., Jan. If Busintss direct vUh WtuMngton w lim,i About Hartford, Ky. means tho restoration of rnonr anacjien uttfaitni. 6:20 o'clock unknown parties Patent and Infringement Practice Exclusively. Writii or eonui to Ul at placed dynamite under the prising confidence and credit and prevents the B1J Klnlh Strwt, opp. VstU4 IUU ftnrOfflt.. abandonment of farms and emigration room, of Allle R. Robortson's tobacco WASHINGTON, O. C. of labor to other fields. From 190 J warehouse on the Chespcake & Ohio present time the agents In uliis That's the way to describe the wide- Railroad, and attempted to blow it to tho spread demand for up. thQ explosion shook residences line oflwork have been increased is growing. Mprothan 75,000 farmers ar la the city and tore out windows Wellman's receiving direct Instructions on tholr Great Booh in riie ML Sterling Laundry. I Boone Howard, the guard was In farms, the office and had tlie koy In the One critic calls It a "fnBCliiatlni; reclock when tho explosion occurred, Bl'UBEE'S BULBS SUCCEED! ' ord of scientific adventure", another .FOR FLETCHER'S blowing the key from the lock. When SPECIAL OFFER:1 compares It to "a swift nalllni; Bhlp, wit r'M.d to WId Mew UutlaMa. A1 Howard secured it and got on the outScience at the liclni, and' Adventure In you trial H&tiiif Action a DernuLiifeiit cum ' tortiair.will mkft ffUArantued or Your side the guilty panties had gotten tho forctop"; still unotlicr hays that ' moMJ tut undwL ' "It brlHtliB with aUenturo,iiml Is brimThirty They Have Discovered Gold rAiiiiAHCLiMBiauuM.Uft. away) F.I B.U ful of education lit uvlation.' Anyhow, u innaiH IJMILI MM1. vtmi - uimiiii imnuu 111. viUk IrU, nib The only damage done was tho Rcslfents. on Muldrauglis Hill ar MILm. Ppuuli I ltH, IfvrUc ilMkk. It is a frtut teller, an each iluy's orders I BtMWoJm, dlHytCwt4,CiiUwJi,la . Ll4i blowing off of planke and windows much interested in Iho report that Ptel Km HudMW. Unll TwIlB.Wri4 Tultn. Vuktu show, I Fvlbf Tulli. CuUa. rA, feu. Mi !Uk UimIiou. out. Most of the charge went into gold l is been discovered on tho farm AGENTS WANTED Write tot!y Mention thlm Paper the ground. When the explosion oc of Tc u MoMIUon two miles from y aatNL curred it akuc'st creatYd a panic in Coles ug. Specimens woro ont to I toMMTMUcM4pMfcU(kto4 as cmsi'8 MlWllu your application for Send IkUfUMkW ! PM rwIti, WiW" wits territory, with 33 cent for Sit til 9 neighborhood. This mattes the "Wash: tgton to the assay office and lliMi.iifklSM4.bulk4l'lMllU4. mw miuwumn, AMWWMt. I klmU U hmi il & pa;e ageiit's proHrectux and ucveful i trWiiw ! mi wm Ht a second attempt to xleatroy Ui& ware- - Mr. JM-iUeJs much oncouraed over NraMfti Mum tin ctnouoriuoa" w mumu,tui W l.ltoMK DeljuVt the 35 cents, selllnc ranvasH, l tlMi 1II, Mat house within the past two woa&is, tho sfewWemade by the yellow SftlnlMUaiianMaiUfT'HiH nMlNi SUVtWC from your first remittance for 5 or vtw it wn furub " LtflM H ac- the firt fire having bcea use BecxBu it. examination at toe Capmore books.. AUdie, kH.W. BwkbM BWMORD. UL. etdewUl. ital City. An eocpurt to expected there A. R. KELLER & CQr. Officer Tklo ie making an lavas- - this lecek and It Is posslblo that ' ai 27U Wiubrlike UuIIUIhk UmUob, but there ' bwmwi Is be , ho it telMMlit to bo payhc nuu.tltl. Uroadway and Wth'gt, NKW VOUK.i Eli. ibetMewa News. clue ob wfeidi to work. There we Newspapers and the Home. gi txvscccsc?tfcc ixy7- Jnst-ns-good"i- iro What is CASTORIA - It It It It It World-Dispatc- h: GENUINE The Kind You Ztfzk to Use For Oyer CASTORIA Always Bought 30 Years. p. WE a2 - . For Sale Real Estate! to-da- y. SYMPATHY w H.J. ht Going LikelWildhre Walter Children Cry BULBS' . JCTT- THE AERIAL AGE c ASTO Rl A 1 I ou ' to-da- VMIJt 1 W I tcHl ' i i who tatght, flwd dMflwUy In twteg WeWiy wrathy over jjfouu , k n, m a rtjreetfittve row tlielr reu tw L DM U9WjR pro- i Jan. 17 Mr. Clwll move owb county, much, Jess the coagrcs-e'- jl teette nftr Um bos rttstifa' jn wfr MCf(HK ti 1w ftt Mm Pettotfkw Bett4 district wifefl they were ithoro nftMc phtfomi wIMwm 'ntrovlnf .to his farm at tile ptme. BMMerd. Ky., iMtaaH 8mttr ol tb naedud J. W. Ford pf Owenboro le vldt-1i- :r selected to rejeK. VR prfgirt. be well ine HMqir.'Uowi bwkjuuio KOmt. wakhta son, Aiihwr Ford. a, for theeo w to "regenerate" es H iewoetjfcto tor vn w?pfc Mr. J&hnthn Heorer h8 returnC. M. BABNETT before Bprcwdlsg over so much sfcJotWy in aarfwg&ae or but Itdlttn and Proprittort territory. However, a number of the wlthcut eofliilivlng at &&!&Km' t0 ed tb hte farm after a year's ajbs,)nco J. NEY FOSTER rwilly bst young RopubllcaaH et build up tio rubber fcrawSfin which In Bowling Qrcen. Itfrs. SalHo Floyd is with her moth w"--j- ii tho meeting and iwo trust the senator from Rhojiiatid is Address all communications to m gcod t My ecmo from their dellbora-tlon- s. lntereaKd." Ah thirol Wti thought er Mre.Elizabeti Douhtett, t Syni'iila The Hartford Republican. Miss May Rogers' school will clona A Lu. the real work of party as much. Tho edltoT of (4Loilsvlllo reform will come when the people Herald wants to gat chwifothlng, Frlady with ivn ontertaJfiment In ho meet In their sovereign capacity and forgetting tho thousnEds" efWmersal afternoon. Sho has tught' i very OvLm."bxl.n.d..........,..,-40- . ... Boujh 3llTrr....... over ihr, 1TnMH Rtaira BaUtl. Tr.n - fime school and given ganraa stls-fagtio2. send men of tbdr own choice to ....v. ... mrrpu JJlltheir own views on public ques tuoky who raise sacep aanffWol and Mr. J. B. Chambers was in Owens- FRIDAY JANUARY 27. tions. Until then no onocari sreak to wtom ft moans utter damnation with authority and all that may be if this selfltiaicss is to bogratlfi 'd. boco Sai'junky. Mr. Ben Swopo has rhumattsm. done can be only by way of Euggea- - UndT tho Democratic twif 1$ act of Do not forgot the Republican Mass iion, uiasgow Jtepublican. Airs. Ann Huff ias nuwd to Mr. 1894, wool was placed on thifree l!st, Conventioni at the Court House sheep went down to ( 60per head, Jim Arlngtons near Pellvllle. THE MILK IN THE COCOANUT. and wool sold for 8 Mr, Herbert Burdat was in Owons-bor- o csmlsg pound, Monday. Sunday's edition of tho' Louisville a ruinous price in any country wiaro Lot ua have a large attendance it Mr. Wilson will move belo.w Owens- Republican Mass Convention to- - Herald contained a two column edito sheep must be fed fivo .msVfes In tie i.i rial referring to an article, in tills pa- - tho year. At the close fthftt tariff boro noon. marrow. ' - .f.il. a.k.1 .lll(lr iici nwn ,uuuer .1.- - act, th'jra were, rot daoiiehi''Ar. ?n Mr. Chfts. W. PiillJps visited his w j.uuuomu In.uc caption of "Inrttlng DUsenslon," In Kentucky to furm'sh lainbrcairs for daUht5r' Jlrs- - Emm Mllta- - Saturday. Wo suspect that The Louisville Her Miss Myrtle Burdett, Emma Olst an ald also gets its tariff Ideas from the which we referred to a meotlcg of the late Domocmtlc banquet hld In "Worlds Almanac. the "Young Republicans" Baltimore. Tio LouIsvlHo.'Horald Is Rena Wilson, Messrs. Herbert Bur-dia- tt and Ernest WJlson. wore the hold at ,the Slbnch Hotel in Louis- now rutnlrg a cheap subscription rate, To Carry Kentucky this year we ville, some days prior thereto. . $1.1? for tie daily Herald .for oc guests of Miss Mottle Barr.ett SunA . will not only nacd "Young Republi- close study or the Herald's article In- ytair. In 1895-9- 6 one shecipwould rnt day ovenlng. cans," but the middle aged, nnd old dicates that It is rather a plea The farmers are ory ibusy stripnaTa purchased one years l subscripof guil ones as well. j ty, concerning the real purpose of the tion to the Herald at thisxceedlng- - ping and delivering tobacco. Mrs. Ann Haynes, who has hewn meeting and which the article in ly low rate. At ttoo present' tlmo To bo a progressive Republican does this paper merely sought to call out, an Ohio County fararjer cantaall one sick quite a while la reoavcrilng. Hot necessarily mean that you must by suggestion. Tho llerald in the sheeip and pay the subscription price follow very fool fad advocated by beginning does us tie very emit hon- to tio Herald for four years, and 'every bair brained fanatic in the or to refer to us as, "one of the they are doing it through Uils offlco country. At least that is our brightest and ablest of .its State ex almost every day. Yqu would.'dcstroy changes," for which we are more than this industry In ordr toKivo $2.5Q An Insurgent Movement 'has been grateful, but' on top of this it proc- on an overcoat. You wx)uldlnsplre ' ',.!'i'1" started at Washington 'which 'is to eeds to impute to us motives which tie young Republicans invKentucky, -- organize we have at no time entertained. 10 and incourage them in a favo't against all over the United Stats, and attempt to defeat President Taft omplains that we had suggested thrf Republican protection? Youvrsaythat A for renomlnation. Is the nefw Ken- muzzyng of that paper upon the part you have no more use forjthe tariff of Young Republicans. .This thought ldcnsof Champ Clarkard ifo followtucky organization a part of this was .called forth by the fact ithat we ers than the Hartford Republican. "i noted that In the reports of all the This may be true, but you make ue Ohio County Republicans are call- speeches made at the meotirig, -- they of tho same argument 1 which ne ed to meet In Mass Convention to- sought to convey the idea that it was have been compelled to meet'and com morrow to Eelect delegates to itheSen-aitariheld foritho purpose of promoting har- bat from Democrats in Kentucky for Convention "which meats at mony and that there was no intention these many years. "Tie voice Is that Beaver Dam Monday Jan., 30th, to of becoming a body of Insurgents. of Jaocb, but the hand te'.itbat cf nominate a Republican Candidate for While on the other hand the Lou's- - Esau." ou say that tho 'president State Senator in the district com- vlllo Herald clearly indicated in Its himself admitted tho imperfections of posed of Ohio, Muhlenberg, nurd But- editorial and news columns Ghat it' is not such the present tariff law. ler Counties. was not the case, but that it was the true also that he said It is the best Intention of this body of young tariff law which has ever been enTHOMAS B. MCGREGOR. We sometimes think tbjata Bank to eventually capture tho par acted? No one expecited a tariff law Third Assistant Attorney General. Examiner can do as much harm as ty in the State convention, and re- without imperfection's. iNo tariff good. There Is scarcely an institu generate it to suoh an extent as .o TJiomas B. McGregor Third Assist ever be enacted ydthout impertion of tills kind in the country buti make it RESPECTABLE. Of course, fections. No man can bo a'" protec ant Attorney General native of Mar ' what had they been prodded at somo by converting tie old line Republi- tionist no matter how loud; he pro shall county. Born and reared on. fa critical time in their history would can, or brushing them out with anew claims himself one, who is not wil ther s farm at Fristoe-iol- a, Ky. Came have gone to the wall a total loss. broom. Tie editor of tho Herald, ling to abide by a majority., of his from celebrated "Clan McGregor However, given time to make collec- who we understand is rather a new fellow party men wihian lioy have stock, so well known in Scottish tions and for conditions to ibeoome citizen in Kentucky, says that agreed upon a measurw to bo 'passed history. Attended common scools, .norma, they have almost, invariably even at the Republican par- by Congress. The Insurgents in Con took active part in debating societies. Tightod thqimstlv.es,. without loss to ty in Kentucky have been known to gress last summer gave theuftDumo-crat- s Entered Marshalll "County Seminary a iJUDckiholders or depositors and tae dothelblddir'g'of'a 'boss before now." all their amniun'KIn ;tr fight Benton when seventeen years old, qnd SMALLHOUS. yernion tna,t It bad a right tovde-ma- nd community spared the excitement we nave attended every contention us in the fall campaign and they were ssucred certificate to teach in public v that shoddy goods offered for and business depression which always In' Kentucky tor the past twenty tie causa of the defeat, NO JUA.T-TE- R Bchools, which profession he followed Jan. J8 Mr. Berry Bishop and fami years and during that time no man or follow such a calamity. WHAT YOU SAY. Had the In- for several terms. Entered Civil ser ly iave recently moved front" this sale should be marked as shoddy. .That. set of men have bossed a State Con- surgents accepted the will of tie ma- vice for short time, sutdied laiw, pro- place to his farm purchased in the is correct, if such goods were not sold under false names, and the buyer vention, so far as we know. (The de- jority and acquised id the result the cured license to practice and graduat-ed'fro- West Providence neighborhood. STUPIDITY OR MISREPRESENlegates, have usually voted as they Republicans "would have had a maLittle John Vernon Calloway, who awindled "there would be less objecCumberland University, Law TATION. have been instructed by their home jority In tie next House. You say Department at Lebanon Tenn... For- has been dangerously ill, is some bet- tion to theft- presence on tie mar, ket. The Louisville Herald .Wednesday people, and here we want to say that that Mr. Bcveridge Is the, on- med partnership with law firm at ter. Free-TraEngland Is tho great, Mrs. Lottie Whitmer's baby Is quite contained the follorwin'g , in an edi- we are opposed to political bosses ly notable loss in tho rank's of "nrn- - Paducah and Benton. In politics is home of shoddy. More of it is usp1 torial upon Progressive .Republl- - and political hosslsm in every form. gressive Republicans." New York was militant Republican. Began political sick at the home of her parents, Mr, in that country than In all of the We again remind the Herald that tho controlled by Mr. RoosevWt. oamlsm: t Ha do- career at age of sixteen, when havwas and Mrs. John F. Brown at Smallhous Free-tra.d- e. Mr. Aaron, Durham, who has been rest of tie world. an "A review of the Worlds Almanac Republican party in Kentucky stands minated the convention, dictated tio chosen Secretary of the Republican shown by tho Dembm-atidigest of party platforms discloses committed to all the reform's wiicb platform and named the candidates. County Committee. Has always (been lU for tie past-tjwwii weeks of pneuNew York has a Cull set of one of the most active and forceful monia, was bettor wien last ieard law, would bring about a similar disthat tie Republican party In Kon- - can possibly bo made issues in the y graceful result In the United' States. tucky has contributed but little to lie coming State campaign. It mentions Democratic officers, a majority fn the campaign speakers dn tie Republican from. h really live material it contains. Wo direct primaries and popular election legislature with power to send to tho party in Kentucky. Living in the Mr. Aldon Bishop has recovered They Will Have to Meddle Witrf lil find it reported as aproying President of Senators, corrupt practice aot, the United States Senate a free' trade Democratic end of the State, has nev from an attack of pneumonia. Toft's administration, praising the initiative Democrat If it be true .that the main er been elected to office, imt iled bis Little Cyral Bishop is on tio sick Tie Democratic Congress of 1911 and referendum, and will jump right into the Tariff $ . Payne-Aldriof school franchise to wom- losses were In states controlled by the party as nominee for County Attor- list. tariff, favoring more The revision will ia ani pensions for soldiers and eallors, en. We are in favor of direct State old line Republicans or in Congres ney in 1905, and in 1907 made a close Miss Nettie Gelgor, of Centertclwn, absolute Free-Trad-e, - and urging or soupbouso baIs visiting relatives in this vicinity. the continued enlargement primaries, provided tio state pays the sional districts wiere old line Re- race for Representative In the of tho navy, Picked from among vlg- - expense. Wo are in favor of ach publicans were nominated, It ''proves Little Miss Hazel Bullock and baby sis. The Democrats meddle with' the District reducing a Djmo-cratl- c orous-- uttoranoes of ohter State plat- - county determining for Itself what but one thing, and that Is that lh majority of more than 1,200 to brother aro tie guests of their grand- Tariff whenever they iave a chance, C2 votes. forms on the big Issues of which wo mode It will adopt to select Its can- old line Republicans voted Appointed Assistant Attor parents, Mr, and Mrs. Thomas Bish although they know .Sull well how much trouble such meddling always, havo spoken, these only excerpts from didates for ooudty offices. We aro straight In tho States and Congres- ney General in 1908 by Attorney Gen op and family, near Matanms, rthe creed of Kentucky's Republlcan-&n- n in favor of a corrupt practice act. sional dlstrlc'B where tha irburgents eral Breathitt in recognition of sig Mrs. J. C. Drake and Mr. L. B. puts tie county to. It is a Httla on are not occasion for any of us "to The inniUatlve and referendum is an were in control, and that theinsur-gent- s nal 6ervloe for tie Republican Slate Ovcinhuls went to Hartford last Mon- the order of tie men who become beastly drunk. They sicken of tiqir fpomt with pride." old Populist doctrine, which they ad- bolted the ticket in States and ticket, is possessed of characteristic day. f spree, try to "pump up their boots," more than 15 years ago. It Districts wiere the old line Repub energy ambition and literary taste, Mr. Guy Barnard, who ias len at'.fTio Herald does, or should, know ocaiea whip their wives, s'tanve their chil might or might not prove beneficial licans controlled, thus keeping up ami owns a fine private library. Is tending school itbat there has been no State at Beaver Dam, at dren, and beat tho to tho people. We do not think it their record for bolting, begun ' in an earnest advocate of good roads, the bedsied of his mother, Mrs. is 'Tam who iave- of Kentucky Republicans sine John credited them, and wind up their 1908, and Kentucky Republicans have would ibe beneficial until wo can have Congress when tie caucus tariff xneas-l,ettschools and better conditions Barnard, who is quite sick. spree that "They'll never touch an for tho faranerp from which class he "never had 'any opportunity either to fair elections in every part of tie ure was passed. Masters Oscar and Albert Klttlnger other drop' of Whlsk'eyl" Greenville sprang. In two years has conducted have roturned from a endorse President Taftte aiinrinistra-ilo- a state and a pure nutraonmeled ballot As we said In a previous antlcle. visit to their or "the Payne-Aldrld-ge measure, box. it would be Just as easy to de we have no abus'o for these young Re- more than two hundred cases for tho grandparents, Mr. and Mns. John Klt- Courier. , i much less to declare for mare pensions feat good legislation, when submitted publicans who evidently feel A Home Treatment for Lung-- ' that they Commonwealth before the Court of tlnger, of island, Ky. or lor a continued enlargumont of tho direct to tie people as it would to aro doing right In prumotiBg many involving important Tie Browns aro-a- t Smallhous wlti thto or Appeals, . " ' navy. When a convention of Ken- ekct corrupt officials through corrup ganization Trouble.- at tils time, just on tho vuuBuuniuuaj turn reuerni questions. their Holiness hoa't tucky Republicans is held we hope tion or tne elective franchise. Wo are eve "of a state cammolim In Kn- - Hers fought incessantly for the .schools Mr. and Mrs. Helnman AdJdinwton It is a recognized Jaof'that and prust though that among other Opposed tb woman suffrage, IN ANY tuoky, buttbeyareliMvtnvwnda' &ucccedl in. having tie Anti and sons, Nowlln, and Eugene, hava air, plerity of nourishing- food and a AND ALL OP ITS FORMS, and we of discord tilings It will endorse all of them. to grow up and tanbarrasa inusi aci oi iku construed with tho returned from a visit to,, Mrs. Addihg-ton- 's a correct canstltational treatment ihavo are opposed to making if an ie&UB the convention. We can pooling Act of 1906, as to uphold parents, Mr. and Mrs. Judson don more to euro lung trouble and HoeMC no in the comirg campaign as much as other way and time will that weakened run dowa faetllng.'rthan DO THE WORK. vindicate the farmers in thJr fight with tho Ashby, near Centerto.wn, 'PEOPfE'WILL we are the question of whether or our contention, trusts, is a member of several fecret Misses Fancy and Altha AddinKtotr. aJlrathor..ferms oombln-ed-- i, ,if , gome Republicans met at the Seel-bac- b nol' people than bo compelled Orders, tho American Political Sa'once wiho have been vta&ting to uso ,. ..." relatives In Hotel in Louisville, last week, broad tread wagons uipon the public i Assocte'tion, tie American Institute the West, point, vicinity, and lQ meet attend The New Tariff and Foreign which the 'Herald calls a movument of highways- - in order to preserve Law; asid by appolnKmient ing tie protracted metrting, have Jrade. ofOrlmiaal tie re all the necessary requlrnients, (must the "Young Blood" of the Rfjiublican roads. W are in favor of electing not vvpnly klH and renio'vo' all she The Imports lat year exceeded by of'l'Gov.' WillsoD, served tm State. turned home. rparty,, callvd together by- - themselves, untedSttatea Sanators.by direct vote, i.oo.uoo ui largest total of any ConimUtee' at Llnbola Centenary Cele disease germs' from the' smk ttai. but ti&. object kbelag so tha Herald mysi provided always hat pure elections earlier year, at the mme tlWe lt'iatiat inarasa tho while tio export Reclin- bratlon. Married Miss Nell Palmer, The Relga pf bodily. to. Infuse now. blood ifew Idtas.into can bo borught about '( Senatito. ulil Ui ' ha nn ed $125,827,492 below the arami Veri' of Beaten, in 1906, Han one child, tie party, it caHs At tie Wool Growew" However, our article secme to have ago of 1907 and 1908. Eleanor Palmar McGregor, a ibaby. Convention ilwilatloa! of 'food. renovdt"teBa' build That Is oae af says they have "pledged brought out tie milk In tho cocoanut reet or In Portland, Ore.ftlast weV, th rar . "! nanvous syaia &, 'I if- the now Tariff. AadJ a ' .. irtB "their baat ef forAsi to the work of -so far as tio LouIsviUe Herald is considerable v AtmkiiL HwiHMLiijn nuiro or tu eltuia "w w. Market Report.. ' Hartford number of pfcsoiw are of the. Ropublkan (party in concerned. It admks that I is a de- - thoughtlessly on- - tie walte Placard nd of wikh! Remedy ' asking for nore. legisaM Reported byW. E. Ellis January 19. related that from 1861 Keatucky." This sounds' vwall and wre 10 sun lurtaeflT attempt to Dtaca lation to ' aad kMpnaVluMn tice to 1894., up increase imports. aemn b. BBfl, per coa. lGc the MoKiaisy. law, tbe.lmportiwlooraMpv8lM'ril4B. -' we. have no ddubtoCtihe good intend tie Republican party on record fop a J. Ati he rate the country ( aw 'car- ChU ,.., pOT lb. 91-a- c Mma of most of. them. Hqwdvr, the lower taritf. The jilauk ia our last rying wwBUi7gB,Baoawr BOJWteameut ytm hiLVA It onitsforeiga trad hkMMitcy Fowls ,.,., .." in-2- c usually National platform upon tils . quesTwratloa of a tTO. . "ood dfeaau ,M yoa Brsttroabr , to .' 4C i07t0 "f'808' fioundv ,k came from Uie peoifle ado. th tion is suAocpttole of double mean- - stares It to the face. PoaUUly the Cox, Old w "" oessatioa of Tariff agkalfcn .would ri)eeple usually. reject their own rop toer m we VCL IBW1 but we ,do improve tie situation, 1fcctf, iw-- Turkeys Hfrps,k Young I 1U " iw, u yuttkVkwrak , " " 14p in iQaa eetaavg. We 'jioto" invy, up not bliv H was bh Iwtanikm of Ube ,,'iven, of'semo whJ. hve totJftal delctptw to take grouwlfw JVMtns SffiaSl probability of tfcftfc 4- - Turkeys, Hens, Old ... .;Viw eard Joag aad JoudTfti co&vnn- - a'lwiff that iwdmW ptece us te. poi- - skabie ostange. Continued' mghatlon Turkeys, Toms, Young Turktye, Tos, Old ,,-- . . v. a : ". n. bcjmii tMJuem jIb.jklai mttattltm .ta u " nra enmn PW nHWU UMWWillft In Vlfvw rtf will sanketeatterB w0mjo. jW w,ki- .a luui in F. sad past bitory upon .tite,lVii- - Urtebjy, to happeaed wh1,.w tew 1 !! '! ?' )y Sif'sUtteJi absolmy- V A trW -- eKlce Hartford Republican. mi, NEUT., Mte thom-se-lrve- - nny-thk- ig e WATCH FOR I I ox-pr- n. t1 M 1 Our Second Great -- f ' Determination Sale NEXT WEEK. 4 Y al ns i ...,. law-wi- CENTERTOWN MERCANTILE CO, Inoopporotod. CENTERTOWN, KY. "con-vemtto- ns .. ... 4 m de To-da- ch tho-.tlck- et er 9 -- - N jattrtni . yt ( !! 'ulrate QJml mts -- gr,lirty undjn-etafcd-iJ- t VW rsjra'ds.r? ' ii.. V-8'.' ttmatlam murml;,'J. ,r , -. , the-pani- m&)VmWi$ktH'u -- r.n.. . .H S? m Fm1 i?1 "' '. i i k; fw. tiwJiTi V-.- LOOK OUT : mKuhi Down SALE! WEDNESDAY, fNo. , your wagcri"to Iter's Grocery fconi February 8 to 15 nnd got the biggest" bargains you ever saw iWR2 at tfie "Camp Down" Sale 28t2. ; I 7A11 kinds of Feed Stuff, Chicken Grits and Sheils, ai.d Seed Oats for sals1 by, School. WE. ELLIS, The Produce Man. Nuts, Candies, Colics and" Fruits 27t4 Hartford Ky. Mi of all kinds at tho City Restaurant - j Annual Mr. Will Riley, of St. Louis, Mo, proall of tho time. Tate and Tate, Is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. 20t4 . prietors. Sam F. Riley, havfeg been called Wo have for sale strictly pure iNeW home on the account cf tho death Orleans Molasses, right from the plan- or nis uncle Mr. Filmore King, of ! tation. Buford. HARTFORD GROCERY CO. Mr. BarksdOl Hamlett, Supt of Mr. Allen Anderson, late of the -Public schools in Christian AlINriDcounty, Messenger mechanical force, and, candidate 'for 3tato Supt. of visited relatives in Hartford several Public Instruction, subject to nctlon days last week. of the Democratic party, jKild The Re Dr. C. RossTBeiinett left Monday af publican office a pleasant call Thursternoon for Chicago, where be will day. N enter the second years work In the Mr. Tim Bennett, of Globe, Arizona medical college. was the guest" of his cousin, Mr. U. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Bean ihave re S. Carson and family Mondny and turned to their homo at iDundee after Monday night. He left Tuesday for a a visit to Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Bean, visit to relatives in Daviess county, of East Hartford. after which he will leave for a prosMr. T. R. Barnard has returned pecting trip to Texas, where he will from a short stay In St. Louis, whore probably engage In the mercantils n he purchased a stock of goods for ess. tie dry goods store of Barnard 'A. C. Yeiser & Co., the real estate and Co. and Insurance people report the payB. A. Thomas Improved Stock and ment to L. T. Wright of $1200 In setPoultry Remedy, and Hog Powder tlement of his Insurance loss. They Every package guaranteed. Sold .by further report the following tale made W. E. ELLIS, The Produce Man, br thm, Mrs. Ann Kerns, Louisville, Hartford, Ky. Ky., to A. A. Sheffield; Hartford, Ky., Messrs. Otto Martin, Leslie Hoover 50 acres of land neaSfUoda Ky., for atnU J. Ney Foster attended the burif$2!0. cash. al of Mr. Filmore King at Owen&boro "We acknowledge receipt of an InTuesday, as a committee from the lo- vitation to attend the second annual cal lodge of Rod Men. Alumni Banquet and Graduation ExMr. Ed "Austin, of Fort Summer, ercises of the Bryant and Stratton Neb., is visiting relatives and tran- Business College, of Louisville, at tho sacting busness In this county. He armorj', Tuesday February 21., Tho qa gut a aw 4 will leave in a few days for his home, annual address is to be delivered by ft' .' where he has a fine Tanch. Hon. William Jenminigs Bryan and Mr. R. A. Dover, iiear Narrows, Major W. ,0. Head, Is to be the x called to Bee us Wednesday. Mr. presiding offcler. x Messrs. Wilbur Davison and James DeVer will leave In a few days for the State of Texas,, where he expects C. Oftons, of this county, joined the U.S. armynt the reorulttlng station to make bis future home. Plummer, manager of the at OwenshoTo recently. They enlistedMr. A. R. the Infantry branch of the ser Centertown Mercantile Co., was a plea1; -in Republican, office, vice, and passed excellent physical Sale ant caller at The Kum dawn to the Kum-Dow- n BEAVER DAM his farm on Rough River. We regret and said many nice things about our examinations. They were sent to at Fairs' February 8th. to the 15th. tBanraoks,- - Mo.,- - with six other 2o. The meeting at the church very much to give them up. splendid job printing equipment. Jann Try the meals and lunches at the where they will receive their closed Sunday. C. K. Reneer and wife, of Nelson, The visible results Leave your Laundry at Cleve .Iler's recruits, FRIDAY JANUARY 27. Glty Restaurant. They ore fine. 26t4 prellmianTy training, prior to joiinlng were 21 added to tho church, 10 by visited relatives here last wtek. grocery. Work guaranteed and prompt Miss Augusta Getiger is visiting in baptism. The City Restaurant Is the host delivery. Agent for Madlsonvllle the regulars. place to go when you ore hungry 2Ct4, Steam Laundry. Madlsonvllle Ice & The following persons have kindly- - The damp weather has given the far West Point, nnd Miss Nettie GeJger HllnolsCentralRallroadr-Tlm- e j Messrs. John H. Bannes and Byron Laundry Company, Incorporated, Table. tf remembered The Republican, during mors of this vicinity a chance to is visiting trends in Muhlenberg counpast week either by subscription strip tobacco and most all are done ty. Barnes (Were here Friday ifrom Reaver At Beaver Dam Kv. Born to the wife of C. C. Baize, of tho Mr. Bub Lawrcnce,of Narrows, is, delivering. All report good prices Dam. Taylor Mines, on January 9, a boy, renewals or by becoming new sub. C. Overton. scribers. J. c. Riley, Worth Tlch- - and are well pleased with the graders visiting his sister-MrsSouth Boned. Exclusive sale of Beaiver Dam Drs.McKlraiey, of Taylor Mines and North Bound. M. E. M. Davis, of bouisville.is, enor, D. E. Ward, W. A. Dever, Dr. at Hartford. No.l21duH:StVa.ni, Flour at our meat shop. . No. 182 due 4 05 a m. S. D. Taylor of Beanrer Dam were the . No. 101 do. 2 8 p. m, Mr. J. R. Hazelrlgg, who has been visiting his parents here. No.lKdoelJ.28p. m. H J. Bell, Dr. S. J. Wedding, C. L. 24tX SANDERFUR & 00. attending physicians. Mother and Mrs. E. M. Morton has returned No. 131 dn8 W?. m .No.l02(lq;:48p.Di. Elliott, ,'Haitford; C. W. B'oick, L. J. confined to his hqme for some time You make a big mistake by buy- child doing well. Miller, 'W. L. Leach, Beaver Dam, S. of typhoid fever Is able to boon the from a visit to her mother at Utica. Sale The quarterly metelng of the Me'jho S.Acton, Narrows,' No. 2; ing before the Big Kum-Dow- n Mrs. H. H. Davis is on the alek H. F. For-ma- n, streets again. M. H. & E. Railroad Time Table at Fairs'. 11st'- dlst Church will conhrene here next Mr. John King, wife and son, who Narrows, No. 1, Ira Plummer, Monday, Preaching at 11 a. m. by Prentls;' at Hartford, Ky. L.R. Goodall who bos bixm confinW. B. Chapman Center- - have bevn In Nqar Mexico for a year, We commence dollvery of meat at ' the presiding elder and quajrtenly con- town; C. T. Whdttlnghlll, Foolsvillle, have returned to our town to make ed to hs rccin with rheumatibm Is slow.Time table effective Sunday Doc. 5:30 a. xn. each morning. ference at 3 p. ax. A prcxtnacted No. 2; ly Improving.. '4th', contains the following schedules: SANDERFUR & CO. 24tf John Brown, Rosine: H. C. their future homei meeting will also begin at that time. bever, QlaUm Several of our citizens attended court 7:29 a, m. """No. 112 North Bound due Tho Bank Examiner of tho Stato No. 1; Flojd Davis, All kinds of fresh and cured meats, dally except Sunday. was ta iav,n a day last wot and af in Hartford last Week. H, Hacker, Cci SALESMAN WANTED: To look Hartford Route 5; W. staple, groceries, &c, at lowest prices. I. A. Vincent is able ter a thorough examination ot tho '"No. 114 North Bound due 3:40 p. m. our Interest In Ohio and ad tertown. tohe out SANDERFUR & CO. after 24tf his recent Illness. ' 1 daily except Sunday. Beaver Dam Deposit Bank, reports that aSaln Jacent counties. Salary or Commis Mr. Filmore King died at hlsbeme Ul s- - w,'alen Is confined to his Beaver Dam Flour found only in slon. Address, It was In tho best conditions of any No. 115 South Bound due 8:55 a. m. at Buford Sunday night after an Vll- room with rheumatism. Hartford at Sanderfur & Cos meat dally except Sunday. bank ho ever examined. LINCOLN OIL CO., .of, only a dayy'but for nearly , 24tf. 113 South, Bound due 1:4C p m. ehop. Misses Bessie and Jessie Smith off' 270. Cleveland, O. three years ho hadhot been In gtod visiting! the Union neighborhood aru dally except Sunday. Mrs. KeOWn Entertains. ' " Cool . L. Rains and J. H. Fulton, Mr. P. A. Moxley,- - of Nocreek neaitn. ,Tno ounai took place atB m- ' A' T,, mmK, H. E. MISCHKE AgJ. Springs, were callers at our office paid us a call Saturday and renew' wood cemetery at Owcnsboro Tifes- - relatives here, .. t .,. ovciai ,.. ...w.o ui, mu quintal &.,.. Miss O'a Gray, who has been at- - nii. ...,.,. ... .. v- Tuesday. ed his subscription to The Repub- lay afternodn at 2:30. The deceased years he has viis a member of the local lodge tending ho meeting hero for the past Wednesday at the home of MrJ5. G. Mr. T. R,. Black, Beaver Dam, R. F. lican. For twenty-thre- e S. Carson wants Cross Ties. 271$. D., No. 3, called to see us while In been on our subscription 1st, and wo of Rwl Mon, who sent representatives two weeks returned (o her home at Keown, playing Forty-twoaftr U. S. Carson, wants your Fura 27tf. town Wednesday. are giati to Know bo likes the pa- to attend tho burial, and a musnber Union Sunday. whlch a delIglltiul ,unch waalnveL Mr. Harry Wood was In town Sat- -, Mrs. Keown Mr, Jerome Allen paid this offioe was assisted in T.ntor- Kum down, tumble down, anyiwoy per, and will be one of our Ufa mem- of the Bells Run lodge of Masons. unlay. ..... uta Uiir,.. w "C1 ','Blt, ,.... ,uywaMor- bers. Kum-Dow- n v call Friday. a me services at tno ounai were con b "' i. to get down, to Fairs' Big ,,, . m, .uw. ..0 v., ton and Mrs. S. A. Anderson. Big Sale February 8th, lby tho Owensboiro lodge of Tuoso Mr. Rowan Holbrook fenrivod ihomo'ucted Join the crowds .at Fairs' ent to Greenville Saturday Play Kum-Dow- n Sale. ex uifued trip jlasonsj Mr. King was a brother to gainst the Greenville boys to re-- present wereMr. George Lewis and family have Monday from an the Vuudamm! J. r. Knrwn s 'a ' una ;ijr, uiiu suit was 14 "muj mevnd to Daviesa County where thty wiaiuuu Butuuieiu imiyr uii. lie Visit i Wait for Fairs' Big Kum-Doto C in favor of Beaver 'h.Ui, t q i ot ed Riverside, Los Aflge ea and other W 'eves one son ana ono uaugjiter, am. Tho Greonvlllo boys will nlay ' W will! make their future home. ', Salet February 8th, ., JL.' awayT Mr Holbrook re Charles King, and Mrs. Will' Han points while Mr. J. M. Shultz. of Prentis, an Have a family reunion, at Fairs' Inst Uio W. K. 8. team. Saturday, ,.,' , .. furfur Hnnl ivmi his son Harold who has been in w" wtn or iiuroru Esq. J. Carl Jackson ot Centertown, Sale. Big Kum-Dow- n , ,. h and Mrs. Vlnce Golf and 'dauKh-,- n I . f,-.... mjuvu r.rf,i !,,,.! .iiaiiirsi. j.- -. -i Vi Dllc l A mfetlng of the Hartford stock t .i wiu, uiu4o iiiaiiu), uiwuu FJoyd Davis Route 5 iwas a pleas- - were callers at this office last Frii r ,uai n uiu.o wre iu wwu Marks, Mattio Sandcrfur. jmproveu in neaun. holder of the Ohio County. Farmers JVHVUUl day, Ami, caller yesterday. ' Mr. Bob Brown of Centra Grovois do WANTED FOR U.,S. ARMY:-bod- ded Able-- Mmuaj Telephone Company was held PQND RUN. ' ''Bevenyihingr nice any'up to'date at' Nickels Dimes and Quarters" unmarried, men Hgea last Thursday night at the office of in town double duty spent at our 5, 10 and 2CU City Restaurant. the Jan. of 18 and 35; citizen of Untox! States, Sui't .each at which Hmo the fol- 'Mr. Hannibal Taylor of Wellington1 family 18Mr. John CanimJn. and ent counter. are wry ill vlth LaeriuDe. Mr. A. D. Woodward, of Ceataitown good character and temoeraitn hah- - lowing directors and officers were Kan., and son Frank are. visiting, hlsj HARTFORD GROCERY CO. of 38tf Mies Pearl Davenport was a cutler Thursday. Wysox Us. who can .sneak rbad' anid wrlfn elect -- a Directors: D. Ford, W. E. sister Mrs. Jim Barnott of this place. -. '' Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Renfrew, of vmitinfc her uude .Mr. Ed 'Williams, Ijcm.- - W, 8. Dean,, of puralee, 'Keown, T. It. Barnard' ,. P. I itev. iiircn swoiua. lelt xr,,nianna- - a"" Dundee, were the guests' of Mr, and me langiMn jainjfuage.. ,8 nry ieacm .The Dlrootors had for Olaton, , fPin town Monday afternoon. and he will hoU a Tu Mrs. B. Fs. Bean, of East Hartford, tioa apply to, Recruiting, ,0lcer. Main wherf . gentortown, Mr. Ernie .Morton, of street, Beavwj Dam, Ky. 28tfl a mea lug after the adjournment of tracted ,. . several , re,urhw home, . '' WlUlam8 and daueh J stt) ckholders and elected the fol- .i .. was m ,me city 'n.1awrsoay. Mrs. Hookec Willlain of. Hartford! aat.nui.l' the PlrA n.f linVnnun nrlcrln M&y-.have'Charge Co.,who .Mfas Maggie wenf p. lowlfiA offloens: President, D. Ford; Is th f. Mr. ami Mm. n' i ,tMoy. Mrs. Williams. to.MadlfionvUle 'V Tell ydur1 frlendtr to ineet yoiu at of the tfwtferage oonatruotion an- - the old tlpyie, sWre 'and blacksmith 'Will have 'her (Vice f'resident; CaL P. Keown; Soc- - ...,, Sale, Feb. 8. Faks' fBe Kum-Dow- n ntu tice ' that they will, complete tha shop at DeankeW Wednesdayi aft4r- - 4ytU(JH iTreatarer, Prof. Henry Loach. n... ,,.., . dented. n .. !.! jl ill j f.- noonj'Ttie-lorisllcbt as the build IV n. wart? in a lew laays wku, goou weamt T4lA Vinfi mui VA11 "A7AV GSXfW flW W ought that in a short time the RWkrt;uday.to coiuluctthefunl' JSb?.-.W?.- L' L. "Kt ?." "? """ lnB werei oWranddlUpldted. How- exebaige a . r. Mrs. Mat- qurter la served at tnewy riw wjll bo instated here, and services at Mrs, i t U0..)yOQl. Culbertsoa, ever, two fine Atlas eaglnea were still . afei4 .tow-antProf. G.eorge Montgomery of Cear Hartfir d will then be Jn direct oon- - Mrs. Dan Kelley of Greonvlllo . I Itf the oljcf tipple house'and they will DBCUtt MUs Hazel Cummlno aiin tn. hun iwtewn, who recently closed a wltb.many other points in thp tho guest of, her parents of thia place. uWi'Mr. kH tommr; of ,Baver Dwu, be slightly daoed by the fire. .gotoc to school at Rociport. but was seho at Wtjfet' Pc4fet, Wt y cpusrf thafa.hiave this system. ,, ' tH"Hut a iileftoaat eaMer at thds off lea for Bowling Grwd, to 'eater Junabloto nUend last wen on account CENtERTQWN. Mrs. J. W. Nawland, of WeoHint J'J.W. ' of, a, severe cold witwtd whool again '4 babotd. Hill, Ohio was the truest of Mtos Lil- (a i For lent. . Jan. IS Mr. A. B. Rawe has mnvtd Monday. Mr. W. M. Fair returned WedotMAy Born to the 'wife of' Ben L. DaVls, lle Burton Tuoky tod Wednesday, 0 ; hundred and ten acres of good Into his sew home on Main stuett. Mrs. Nancy Russll is vifcitlng hel 'tvdm St. Louis, where he haft bm of mar Sunsydale, o January 30 a wea she left fbr a VWt with her land, la Rough River bottoms and good " Mia Mary McKinney la visiting ...,..- - .,. Ca' Falr mi Mr vl aPd,.fr flee girl. Dalf &d"8tewart, of pareBts, MrJ'artd MM.' K. F. Reader, faria, house Liibw' Situated near Narrows, friend, and relotlvea in LcarwiKwt,. Mr. .Ota Wllllami wul Mte. WU"TiHral- - of Melleary, AfUr- - her vtak at Mo Ky. , kvply to, r. aad, Mrs. W C. tyljr paid Dhmso. were he attetMlB Mia 0ireiTK ,w,wiYiue, lie, Boyd Centertowa .olcd to indi alBr Moier aid child aire gktteg Hry, Mm. 'NewlaBd wW visit In CHARLBS OARTBR. ls visiting Mrs. A. Rowe. ). a,tht13h aBdwre mwrrkd rctu'rn- ,,, --.... a. t fiae, t Fladaeah, aad tbw leave' for her homo ...y. ,4f4 ttuw thMB tbrough owpjRst. , ) Mr. Robteon Ashby has naovedto lag. hewo.Uic next day ' ixarrowB, ; : B, - : NAatch! Wait! Scores of ramarkab.lel values In our new 5, 10 and 96 Cnl Dcrrttet. 28tf JIARTFORD GROCERY CO. Mr. Robert Vtorrcstcr and family have moved io Eadinsun, Ky., whole they wlU make their future home. There areother lales, bilt tho n Big Sale at Fairs', TJb-rua8th, wJU ho the event of tho season. Little Miss Eula May Bean, ot East Hartford, Is visiting her gratdpar-cnt.Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Bean, of Dundee. Mr, Conner Ford 'loft Monday afternoon for Bowling Green, where ho will enter the WjMti Kentucky Normal Kum-Dowry Si Carson Monday, Jir. John Bewiett, of Daviess county 'wis the tfalst of Mr. nnd' Mrs. U, '" -- f - t Prices will be on every thing at IUt's grocery, for one weok only. Ffatruary 8 to 1C. 28t2. cery Is going to have a groat "Come Down Sale from Fobraary 8 to "Como Down," Rr. 'mbcjr"xhatcfeve . iler's Gro- LOOK OUT For Prices and VaJkies! BARNARD & CO. Announces their "' ,: Bring 28t2 anytlma in '"' FAIR & CO.'S -- Mill-En- d ro BIG Come Down Sale February 8 to 15 Watch for the big Come Down" circular. All other sales will be small compar ed to this one. bu-si- February bargains, to Feb 8 Wise Ones Always One week of unheard of ruary 15. yywwii .Hartford Republican. StSSS)fi Jef-fer- ...- - i er 1 n, - ,.. i. J ft n.iJ ,L,J... .' a. ' .u. , betf-vet- n to-da- - w t' 7 . pUjSk A,, I & cut J , ' n, "? "? Tu-irilo- " Js. i...i. oer, . . -- . t'JLI WONDERS OF LAVA A IN A ROMAN CAB. STEALING A lATH A RtliMff nMHty FOR Directory OXis Ca'okM.ty Circuit Cwirt-- T. roersMuoiTAfc, CM. Basnctt O. Party ef Disgusted. Americans a:d an Over-gratef- This Molten Rock Is a Most culiar Substance. REDHOT SNOW Pe- SANDWICHES. Vesuvius J Curfou. Effect on Mount Produced by the Lava' Amazing Properties as a Nonconductor of Heat Deadly Volcanic Ashes. Vesuvius, the most famous volcnno in tho world, with Its mighty vomit-Hip- s of lava and dust. Is guilty of many queer freaks. Mlghfy rainstorms iiavc set In motion the lava dust and lava cinders that Ho on Its sides, and torrents of muddy lava have overwhelmed towns and villages as It swept down to the sea. The resulting effect from this has been so great that It changed tho faco of the coast line by forming a new promontory. Lava Is one of the most curious of snbstauccs. It is simply rock melted by a heat so Intense that It flows like thin gruel. W.hen Vesuvius is In eruption thousands of tons of It are squirted up the "pipe" anil out of the crater. As It flows out over the edge it soon cools and leaves a thick, ropy coating, which spreads over tho entire countryside. But it is only on the top that it really cools. A few inches below the surface of the lava is often red hot. Visitors are often invited to light their cigarettes in the chinks of a bed of lava that has been lying out in the open air for twenty years or more. .It is the most wonderful nonconductor of heat known. Borings made through some lava beds have shown hat they are made up, of layers of lava nndJayers"of"unmeTfed snow. As successive torrents of lava came pouring 'down tho surface that lay on, the (Know cooled at once, and the surface 'open to tho air also cooled at once. But between the two surfaces there Nvas blazing heat; so If you bored down through .some hiya be$s you ''tfould find 1" cool "upper surfnceT a xedhot insfde, a cool layer, snow, n cool layer, a redhot one, a cool one and then snow again. In fact, a layer (of lava will let neither heat nor cold through. If you bnllt a house entirely of lava on a scorching summer day you would still have 05 degrees inside when there was finow outside. If you built it in the winter ico would form in your parlor In July. This clearly demonstrates what an extraordinary nonconductor lava is. There is, Indeed, on the slopes of Vesuvius a little lava hut into which tm turner visitors put bottles of wine to get them chilled. "When a volcano throws its lava out with such tremendous force that It Jets high Into the air it very often falls in the form of dust, owing to the explosive power of the high pressure Bteam that spurts out with it. It bursts Into a fine spray and falls as dustdust far finer than any other dust known. It is so fine, indeed, that sometimes years elapse beforo It settles. When the mighty island volcnno of Kraka-to- a blew itself nearly Into bits in 18S3 with a crashing sound of cannonading that smashed windows hundreds of miles away the lava dust was so thick in the air that for hundreds of miles round midday was as black as night. Volumes of infinitely fine dust tailed round and round the earth in the upper atmosphere and made England's oonsets of that year unusually splendid. It was three years before tho upper air became quite clear again. Lava dust has the same properties as lava. Shepherds on the slopes of Vesuvius sprinkle patches of snow in .' the winter with lava dust 60 that ,they may have it when the scorching days of summer arrive. It was lava dust turned to mud by lorrcnts of rain bueh as usually come i .with volcanic outbursts, that, nearly .2.000 years ngo. destroyed the famous pleasure city of Herculaiieutn. and it ;was showers of volcanic ashes that overwhelmed Pompeii. Ilerculancnui Htlli lies ucarly forty yards from the open air, There are rivers of lava mud that are blotting out towns and villages now. A' curious point has always been .noticed when Vesuvius is iu eruption, and that Is the strong odor of wusblng day that hangs around the inountaiu. One might wonder why the slopes of such a mountain are so thickly populated wheu there Is always danger of eruptions and of avalanches of lava mud. Well, the reason is that .volcanic soil is always very fertile. Gome of the best wiuo of Italy comes from Vesuvlan vineyards, and people are ready to take tho risks. London 'American. ,' Putting Him on His Mettle. Tne" doctor says you have but an Amur to live." 7' "(live me pen and paper," said the Vflylng man feebly. "To make your will?" "No; I am going to give the doctor xay'uote.for thirty days, ne will bavo ito.keep me alive at least that long to ge. collect , lt."-Jud- "Do Helps Trade. . you. bellove in love bo?; at first Bteh'tr "Sure. It" boosts my business." divorce court lawyer." "How T! a ' iltie, .STbe ;jtnwk.-JiiM"- all opportu. .werldall gatee,waiting to be ati4ja9B,0 tension JS. - Driver. In Mr. ITowplls' "Roman Holidays Adventure ef a Trio of English Ely's Cream Bali mid Others'" to this dellfhtful story It (lukllr Ik9tbt4. fif tin adventure in a Rowan cb: Tourists In Germarjyf Ches' "olfel at Once. In returning from the Pluck the only It cleanse, soothes, rjnl) wo had been abfo te was the heal and protects aaWMSMMMSal tlm ilkMwotf mom. last left of tho very worst cabs in A PRINCE AND A PRIVATE'TUB brane reuHfag from Cdfarrk and drlvw Itome, nnd we had bidden the drjvcr nwav ftCold in the Head quickly. ReUores wait i us at the church steps, not yjji' the "Senpes of Tatq and Hnwll. Full rtze wlthot some nope' that he would play His Autocratic Highness WasjShame-fully 30 cts. at DrugghU or by mail. Liquid But there ho was, true to us false. Ignored and Enraged.and His Crc.ra Balm for uso in atomizers 75 cts. GO Warren Street, New York. his word, with suqh disciplined fidelity Luxurious Bath Was Shamefully Ap- Ely Brothers, as that of the Horrian sentinels wht ,,A propriated and Abused. used to die at their posts, and we mounted to ours with the muted I had been "doing" Parker, Wllks and rrayer that wo at least might reach Germany on the cheap, nnVTI don't home alive. , Grown n,.V,'. "Full nl a Life" Northern years ol know which of us cnjoyedlt least, reputation of sS Seeds have This did not seem probablo'when the iu rnrker grumbled the most, but then tuccetstul feed growing behind them, ., driver whipped up his horse. It ap- ' Dlant the nest. peared to haw aged and sickened ! he always did, and, though Wllks and I Seasonable Specialties: BEANS while wo were in the church, although tried" to look on the iiutnprutwfsldc of Bushel Earliest Red Valentine . . . . Jj.jj Bushel we bad thought It looked as bad as things, we lost flesh over ltxWc had Kelujree Extra Early New Strlngless Green Tod . J3.70 Bushel could be before, and it lurched alarm- I happened upon a heat wave and swal-- J Wardwell's '"'P' Kidney Wax $A 5 Bushel ingly from side to side recovering it- lowed a tremendous lot of dust and I Davia New White Wax . . U .7S Bushel I Curne's Rust Proof Wax . $4.50 Bushel a plunge of its heavy head flics thrown In gratis, cheap, though our self with PEAS away from-thside In which its. body couldn't-swalloExtra Early Alaska . . . ts$o Bushel tariff was. But we J5 50 Bushel New Early Gfadu was sinking. cropped up Horslofd'a Market Garden . J3.50 Bushel The driver Bwayed on his box, hav- the foreign titles that Lightning Express J5 00 Bushel Buckbee's i nnrl a full line ol ing fallen equally decrepit, in spite of around us. We had too much British !..... D.i:t. seemed to have ap- pride for that. And, as lUCk t. WOllld ,. Seeds, Plants and Bulbs at lowest growing a prices. the restoratives he cnrt fnrrnmnlef rntnlneile or submit Jilt OS plied for his years and Infirmities. His have it, at the last town ofour tour your requirements and wlllquote prices. Buy direct from the grower Save clothes had put on some such effect we were quartered on the tdpj floor of Write today. Mention this paper. Money, of extreme decay as those of Itlp Van n hotel where n German prince occu- Winkle in the third act; there was pled a suit of rooms. In ouroplnlon, RockfoM, li 1SC8 Boctbrt Si., RocLford Seed Farms. danger that he would fall on top of three English tourists were worth raoro his falling horse and that their raiprlnces.-anwe ment would mingle in ono scandalous than thirty German dropped our boots on the floor at night ruin. VJa SIstina Bad never been so full of in the vain hope that he wasunder-neath- . Tlie Hartford Republican's people before; never beforo had it been But, alas, his suit was'.on tho we were first floor, and we never even caught n bo long to that point where to turn out of It into tho friendly ob- glimpse of him, though once we heard BARGAIN scurity of the little cross street which his high pitched, arrogant, penetrating would bring us to our hotel. We could oozy fulsome rejoinders not consent to arrive in'that form; we i voice nnd the a langot out of his valet both articulating-made the driver stop, and we guage which Parker contemptuously nnd began overpaying him to release , ,. , described as "the limit." us'.' ' ' It was the last morning ofjour stay. generously we overBut the more Only One Day Jan. 30. paid him the more nobly he insisted rnrkcroind J had gone back to the topacYour bag's before departing i ; hotel upon serving us. to pur door. hot-- ( last, by such a lavish expenditure for the station. The weathef'was At as ought richly to provide for the few ter and dustier than ever, and Wllks, , our We are pltased to announce remaining years of himself and his always energetic, had gone to tho pub-river in search fourth Annual Bargain Subscription horse, we prevailed with him to let us lie bathing place on the year for go and reached our hotel glad, al- , of a swim. I had a letter to write, Day offer. One day each and Parker wandered round the hotel the past four years, we. have arrangto arrive on foot. most proud, I to kill time. Presently he thrust his ed with the Louisville Herald to set j fnce In at the door. It had, Igst its aside one day and to make special ' TOUCHY SERVANTS. familiar lowering look and 'wore a price, whereby we could offer The bright nnd alert expression, f Republican 'and their paper Japanese Nesans Have to Be Handled "I say." he ejaculated mysteriously, Hartford With Gloves of Velvet for less than the reular price of their almost under his breath, "I've Just Japanese servants must be treated found a bathroom in this blighted hole paper. trying they why be, with tact, however Hundreds of our readers take a bath full of tepid water, with a and often they are very trying indeed, in it clean, warmed tow- - dally paper as well as ours dn order y especially the nesans, who are usunl-l- els on the rail, and all that. What to keep fully abreast of tho news ot untidy, cross and lazy. Yet the i shall I do?" the world, those who do not should admirers who dear little things have "Do!" I replied. "Get into" it,' man. praise their kittenish ways, their tiny and let me know when you'yefinish- - do so. hands and even, of all things, their ed." There is no bettor daily paper, at '" artistic temperaments. He wasn't long nnd came back look- - any price, to be had in tho State of A certain wrltpr solemnly says: "A ing wonderfully young and clean. Tho Kentucky, than The Loulsivllle Daily Japanese nesan any nesan, even one mall had Just arrived and I bnd.spent Herald. It' is under a new manager in a hotel will set out your hairbrushn few minutes over my letters before es, clothesbrushes, nail scissors, col- I also found the bathroom, following and as good as it has always boon; than ever. lar box and tooth powder on the av- his directions. It was without exepp-- f it Is better erage hotel dressing table nnd make tlbn the best I have ever' beeiln. It is a clean, family sheer; allowa design of them a picture, an artistic nnd. to my surprise, the blpiporcelnin ing no objectionable advertising of whole." All. I can say is that no nesan bath was half full of tepid water,and any kind to be published. has ever arranged studies of still life a set of clean, newly wnrmed towels It has the finest local news service with the nail scissors and the tooth hung on the "rail. I took what, the powder for me. though, possibly by gods gave and asked no questions, but of any dally paper In the- State. It has Associated Prcs3 telegraphic way of compensation, one has started I wanted more cold water and ' ex- little lakes of boiling water on my ' perlmcnted unsuccessfully with varl- - news of the world; it has amusing carpet when I rang for you, or toppled ous levers on the wall. As a last hope pictures from its own, cartoonist every over the morning tea tray and ar- ' I attacked a cart wheel affair orijtho day, splendid half-ton- o pictures shorw-in- g ranged the fragments in an uncon- ( floor and after a stiff struggle ntan- local and world events, and a ventional design on my bed quilt, or aged to turn It. A flood of cold water dragged a table with scrapings in a gushed in along one side of the bktb, fearless, Independent editorial page, minor key. the whole length of the ve- j and it was all I could do to wrench always fair and interesting even to randa. the wheel around and stop the flo"w. those who differ politically with the If corrected roughly the maiden will As I did so light came upon me In a editorial opinions. first cry and then leave. The hotel flash. This was the prince's bath, pre- Tho regular price of the Daily manager is well aware of this aware nntinjl few tifik-- n cnnrd irvn 1ml rtfO IITTa.,.1.1 in 41 AA 1. . . 11 . with all the nervous perception of a obsequious valet. It was the glorious" tho reular price ot our paper is $1.00 person whom one hasty or ill consider- certainty of the fact that made me en ed sentence can throw into a situa- ! Joy that bath as I have never enjoyed a year by mail. By a special arrangetion seriously threatening his comfort 'a bath before or since. The clieap ment we are able to make tho wonnnd prosperity; hence his attitude of I English tourists were one up on' his derful offer of habitual meekness. He dares not let serene highness, after all. Sttl , I his little lecture slide over tho lino admit, when I had finished tubbing I The Louisville Daily ") BOTH FOR which divides it from a scolding and lost no time in getting back to; the Herald, Kegular Price Is careful to deliver a necessary, ex- fourth floor again. I told I'arker the $3.00 a year . hortation with a smiling face and fre- great news, and wo were Jubt discuss The Hartford Repubquent laughs just to show that it is ing it with rapture when Wllks c imo lican, Regular price really not a scolding at alL St. Louis in, looking supremely dejected for the $1.00. Total $4.00.. first time on the tour. If subscription Js received at our "The bathing place isn't open,, he offloo not later than January 30, Couldn't Kill Him. snarled. "Had all the fag of giing "Spotted fever" received some queer there for nothing. What dirty .beg 1911. Positively no subscription will be acceptjcd at loss .than tho regular treatment in John Wesley's day, ac- gars they are!" v cording to Wesley's Journal of Sep"Not all of them." I replied "Don't price if received in ienxJopo postmarktember, 174L A roan "named John you worry, old chap." And I described ed later than January 30th. Send Trcmbath had the fever, and Wesley I to him the position of the iatbroom, U. S., or express money order, bank wrote: "It was the second relapse into and he was off like a bare. During bis draft or currency in negitstorod letter. the spotted fever, in the height of absence we thoughtfully packedour gave htm sack, cold milk own bags and his. In ten minutes be . Subscriptions for either paper may which they nnd apples, plums, as much as bo returned, fresh as a mountain alsy bo new or renoawal, and will date one year from January 30, 1911 or one could swallow. I can see no way to and bubbling over with gratitude. account for his recovery but that he " "What sort of bath did you gctr year from tho dotto at which present had not yet finished his work." subscriptions explro. I asked carelessly. Send nil or "A clinker," he cried, "ana Jtyns dors, not later than January 30, 1911 all put ready for me, clean towels to The Abraham Could Read and Write. Some people persist in thinking that and everything. The only difficulty I the art of writing is recent and that bad was with the cold water wheel HARTFORD REPUBLICAN, in primitive times poems nnd literary arrangement on the floor." Ky. productions had to be memorized. Out "It was a bit stiff," 1 agreed, i, more tiiau 3,000 years before the Chris"It turned on all right." salJ Wllks, tian era people in Abraham'fi native "but I couldn't turn it off." "What did you do?" we aiked totown wrote receipts for garden and market products Just as wo have them gether. Ladies! STe Mosey and Keep in "I left it," he unBwered simply. now, showing that the patriarchs cerSB-B- EE Style fey eadiag McCall'i tainly must have known how to read "What time are we due at the staMagazlae and UiJng McCall Patterns aud write. Dr. William nnnna Tboin tion?" said Parker. "Now," I replied, and wo tok our sou in Designer. MtCilTiM miU will MSCALLS NUCAZ1HE bags and went. bftlp you dress ny. hliljr at a ruotleruta As we descended the stalls jwlth expensu by keeping Not Interested. you panted on tho up the studied calmness wo heard cj&ctrle "You really ought to take latest tan hi on a Iu stndy of reincarnation," said the young bells continuously tingling on the first clothes and bats. (0 floor, a high pitched arrogant voice New Knitilou poilgD woman of great mentality. ii) cagti Ikiue. Alto an"Not 1," unBwered Mr. Dustin Stax. raised in anger, oozy, Bervllo'tiye up4h valuable information uu All homo U(1 me all swering imploringly. We carie "These investigations are giving mantis. Only the trouble concerning my past that I the proprietor leaping up tfc gtaiN too a year lucludlne a turn iulteru. Bub can handle at present" Washington and a stream of water leaptijr dovjua mtiLo today or wml them, and a couple of bourf sftr Star. .for frco sauphi copy. ward we crossed the border, viltU, the McCtll Ptttet m vi ill enablo you to mike In your secret satisfaction that we had "tsa" own home, with ycuronu bauds vlotbluerur Getting an Education. Gernaany at last. London Punch. f yourself and chlfclren wlilcli will be iorlcct Mnas your son learned much since he la Hfle and fit, I'rlco ikidu higher tbau 14 r. went to college?" asked the new cettl. Seed for frco Pattern. t'atakWuv. f. We W A man is called selftna not frfHg" Six Ywi Fim PrMMti'ftx getilugSendAiffre "Haw," replied Faraer Oatcake, swing M own good, but for Heflattias f lowlum Oualbtfup aud CU rrirt) Oiler, bis Neigliber'a, Wbately. ,"butI-hev- , by CATARRH CterKj F. U,-IJailer; B. O. T. AWw CetwnlsJojier: 11.Black,CinnB. hw-TrUMs Jury Kundj T. Lou lllack. in Brr, t. M"1 Kewnwi mat Mi-r- . K.Jwna Hartford. hruy O. Court "ctmvenea DejmtUw-- 8. awd con Inuc. three t -- three wctka, second . Atomlny In June, , ..... urenui. . .. ... "... o..m .. mini jiionuiiy inU ,"r.i llr Weddiiia Juhrt; County Uodru-lClerk, C. E. Smith, AtW. 8. ilrnt torney,- Hartford. Court convene Monday in each month. Quarterly Court Btglnj on quarterly the fourth Monday in February, Way, November. Augutt anil Claims-Convefirst TuesCourt or day In Januaiy and first Tuewkiy In Attorneys at Law, $ HARTFOIID, AVlll iarnett l smith, - KY. 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Frldnv aftnr Inl Mon day In August, Friday after 2nd Mon- u 1V,CIUU. HARTFORD POLICE COURT. C. M. Crowe. Judge: O. B. Ltkens.Clty Attorney; Sam Riley, Marshal; Court convenes second Monday In each month. City Council-- J. II. Williams, Mayor; R. T. Collins, Clerk; S. K. Cox, Treasurer. Members of Council, T. R. Barnard, W. J. Bean, W. M. Fair, Pen Taylor, W. E. Ellis, E. P. Moore. School Trustees J. S. Glenn, chairman; W. S. TInsley, Secretary, C. M. Barnett, C. M. Crowe and Dr. E. B. Pendleton. RELIGIOUS M. E. Church FRANK L. FELIX, Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, "Will - KY. practice his profession in Ohrst and adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeals. Criminal practice and Collections a Specialty. Office in the Her. aid building. Vi Attorney at- Law , YANCYL.MOSLEY, HARTFORD, - KY. Will practice his profession in all the Courts ot Ohio and adjoining counties, and 'in the Court of Appeals. Also Notary Public. Office over First National 4 Bank. JOHN fl. WILSON CBAS. H. 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Rogers, Adjt. A. S. of E. National Officers: M. F. Sharp, Narrows, Ky. State Officers: II. M. Fromnn, Carroll county, Pres. T. T. Barrett, Henderson county VIco President. 8.. B. Robertson, McLeun county, rd Sec-Tre- EXPERIENCE 60 B iM"BJ"l S -, S- k O. P. Roemer, Warren county, State Organizer. U, C. Allen. Henry county, and little Graves, Allen county, Assistant state A DTone (ending a tkel cb knd 6 eecrlptlon mar qulcklr ascertain our opinion free "betber an Oomnmnlea. Invention laprooaDirpaienionii HANDBOOK en Patents tlonntrtollrconUdentfol. eem tree, uiaesi agency for aecnniifr puieuie. Co. receive taken through Jluiin I'atenu portal notice, without cnano. In tba TnDE Marks Designs Copyrights Ac. Scientific n Branch (HSee. 0W organizers. n Board of Directors. Ben Watson, county; C. M. Barnett, Ohio county; A. H. Brooks. Bracken county. It, R. I. Rav. Hardin county, nnd J. !'. I)nn. War-ro- Ari.ndiomelrlllrjrUrated weeklr. TJireect dr-c- q latum of nuy cletitlflo journal. Ter mi, 13 a. Tear; lour rooriiuB. mu Duia ujiui nt3wu.terB-kBiin- u U-.ftin36iBf-j.iiiWTnrr flmerim U ff. Muhlenberg county. Ohio County Officers: R L. Stevens, Pres., Beaver Dam.Ky. Henry Plrtle, Sec. Hartford, Ky. D. Ford, Treas., Hartford, Ky. T BU Waihliujton. D. U , i i i. . Hartford, COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION. Henry Leach. Chairman, Hartford.Ky. 1. L. B. Tlchenor, Hartford, R. F. D. No, 5. 2. E. C. Hartford, Reynolds, Ky. 3. M. H. Patterson, Olaton, Ky. 4. B. L. Alford, White Run. Ky. B. Richard Plumer, Taylor Mlnee.Ky. 6. J. L. Brown, Hockport, Ky. Southern Agriculturist MASHYILLE, TENN. SEEDS MKKBWS " .i. SPECIAL OFFER: Attlalwiil" w VH iwww ym SHM SUCCfiBB I For forty years tho friend and counselor of. Southern farmers. Twenty- - four pages twice a month. 60 cents a year or three years for $ 1.00, Sample Copy Sent Free DLfYoi'Wait Ok? Be.Lt,. Mi.nem cwwwer. Writ t4ay; Mmthn thlt iii Psr. .iiiM-y-yyywwv- m lVV"HMfBertlMH4liTCtkUT.luVl. V I MiSB Of IaijIlu V7TTT---f. ft ul. Jut?3 iu ItotHiMM SEND IU CENTS . min-lste- - r'Jf ewa. v Htl r'i t Jtaa jvr QtiMr Habits of Dumb Animals. Mhw'WorkWB, of Amerkm, uhlch is W ietwioa thte woek. A My o a window pww ,wlH orawl Rv. C. D. Chide, oC Beaver Dam, W.-tv- a H Mkw Cora Burgem and Pawl Ben- to the top, fly back to the bottom preaehed hero Sunday afternoon. When woman tprki of her ton vfetted school at this place Fri- and crawl up again. This order te ilent teoret iuffennj( the W W. 3. Vlck, of Owonsboro, was Ihere I day Afternoon. Beldom rovemod. Why, no one knows (rutin you. Millions have beSeveral from thl place attended It is on record that a ffer cmwlwl up stowed this mark of eonfi. Herbert Parsons is visiting in deaee on Dr. R. V. Pierce. church at Cromwell Sunday irfght. times, rea window pane thirty-tw- o of Buffalo, N. Y. Everyand Evansvllle. Messrs. Ben Amos, Estill Arbuckle turning each time a wing. where there ore women who Sam James, Jr., has moved tm Bafferty wont to Haptford and Fred bear witness to the wonder Hans sorotohfer food with the here to McHenry, Monday. working, r of Dr. sun behind thorn, Uio reason being f tot Miffl fat 3R Pierce' Favorite Prescription Otto Bratohex has moved from hero rays reflect on the minute that the which aavea the lufferint tex BIIIIIW B Republican Convention. to atamans. .CSfWJWCO)) particles. A blind hen .will plok grain ft from pain, and successfully A. T. Bishop is on the sWk list nt meeting of the Republican and not miss a kernel. At a grapples with woman's "i; ncsses and ttubborn ills. weak this writing. Committee of the Seventh SenatoriCats seldom lie with tholr tect to 'All of the mines nro .working full al District of Kentucky, held dn Boov-- the, fire. Dogs lie with their s IT MAKES WEAK WOHEN STRONd swing ia this district. Shows that Dam, on tho 17th of Dec., 1910 at to tho fire. IT HAKES SICK WOMEN WELL. wo are under a prosperous 1 o'clock p. m. for tho purpose of deA mouse will ignore aUood supply No woman's appeal was ever misdirected or her contermining the time, place and manner sufficient for a meal and run great ing. fidence misplaced when she wrote for advice, to of nominating a candidato to bo voted risks to nibble at a wholesale Bupply. the World's Dispensary Medical Association, Dr. The Boy and the System. for said it will hide at Uio sourco of food R. V. Pierce, President, Buffalo, N. Y. Drafts under the floors arc doath to for the State Senator, district-a- t Dr. Pierce's ptemuat PtlleU Induce mild aataral bowel mart tho regular November elec- supply and not depart therefrom until This Is tho story of tho boy, the plga and oven to grown hogs. mi at one dr Hogs and hens do not go well In tion, 1911 Mr. B. F. Green was loot- actually disturbed. It isn't true What bank, aud tho system. The boy came into the bank and ed Chairman and J. C. Floner, the same house. Don't ry k. a mouse runs to its hole at the first laid a half dollar with his banik book Do not let tho brood rows that ar alarm. On motion it was ordered and dito farrow In the spring become too Find a harmless little snake the on tho receiving teller's window. ' "Wo don't receive deposits of less rected that a delegated convention length of a lead pencil est. and provide representatives of th Repub Dark hog houses are not healthful of tho a box for it in the house, visit it than a dollar," said the toller. Tlio boy yielded reluctantly1 to tho Let In the light and keep your pork lican- party of tho Seventh Senatori-a- ll daily and at the end of three months system and drew back. But h9 did district of Kentucky be held In It will crawl to you for food. ers hoalthy. (himself on a settee. U a small pig Is chilled It can be tho city of Beaver Dam, Ky., at 1 Goldfish usually swim around a not and seated viyo' The teller noticed him setting there -reviivcd by dipping It into water as o'clock p. m. standard time Monday globe to tho right. They can be taugfr MeCALL PATTERNS Celebrated for style, perfect fit, simplicity ami 30th day of Jan., 1911 for the to take a fly out of the hand in and also noticed the rot loctivo look on hot as you can bear your hand in, the reliability nearly 40 yenrs. bold in nearly it eyerr purpose of nominating a Republican six weeks' time. city and and than wrappln it In warm flanmol. Drop a piece of his face. HENRY WATERSON, Editor. d Canadi, or by toirn In the United State! than mall direct. More aold any other make. Send (or free catalogue. Pigs are not protected from cold by candidate for State Senator for said other by goldfish. Drop a piece of 'fThe boy waited for some tlmo, thinli -- "" McCALIS MAGAZINE warm coats of hair, and suffer greatly district to be voted for at the regular chip on the surface of tho water log it over. Finally iu arose and More subscriber! than any of!..t d.Mnn WE CAN FURNISH YOU W'3nt to the paying teller's window. November election 1911. m.igttine if exposed. and it will frighten a fish. - c aiyiei, million a month. Invaluable. Lat. pauerni, areismakin?, millinery, Tho delegates to said convenntlon Aa uncomfortable, suffering plgaan plain iewin;, Sheep spend more time grazing than A moment later ho confronted tho ret etiquette, poodfancy needlework, luirdresslng, a THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN J stories, etc Only 60 cents shall bo selected by county mas3 con- do cattle and horses. Sheep will cat ceiving teller. bo a profitable one. sot veif (worth double), including a free nattern. Subscribe today, or tend far sample cony. ventions to be held at tho county for twelve hours out of twenty-fou- r "I went to deposit this - -- J Because slieep havo warm coats, it seat in each county of said district WONDERFUL INDUCEMENTS ho said. AND THE Now York World. to Agents. brings 0 and ney cashPostal offers. premium catalogue doea not follow that they can be ex- at 1 o'clock" p. m. standard itlnie on Tho toller grinned. prize Address posed to web and storms. 37U St.. NEW TOBJf TUS McCALt CO. 23S la 218 Saturday, Jan. 2Sth, 1911. Each counThe boy had Just drawn a dollar Washington's New Apple. If any sh&3p or lamb'is heard cough ty shall be entitled to ono delegare from his little ballance and was usThirty thousand dollars was tho ing It as an entering wedge for the Ing, put it by itself and give Bpoclal for each one hundred or fraatlon car and treatment. Find tho cause oyer fifty votes cast for tho nonil-no- e sum offered an Eastern Washington rejected half dollar. -and remove it. And so the system was beaten by for governor In said county at nursery company for an apple trea loWhen a shoop gets unruly, tho bast the November lootlon 1907. The cated near Lake Chelan. The prof- tho boy, and a considerable accession Both One thins to do Is to make, a trip to the form of voting at said county mass fer was made by a syndicate which of bookkoaplng labor was the price Year For iDli-Ul- l moat man's and take as your passen- convention for delegates shall be by desired to propogato the tree. It was of defeat. ger that trying sheep. viva voce. The number of delegates turned down by the nursery company We can alsolgive liberal combinaHOPEWELL. Don't feed out all the clover to under the apportionment allowed to which will develop tho fruit Itself tion rate withDaily or Sunday Succeed when everything else fails. The tree is twenty years old and is the cows. Save a nice lot for the each Of the counties is as follows: In nervous prostration and female Jan. 11 Mr. Chas. Brown is on Write Courier-Journsheep, They tv 111 get as much good Butler weaknesses they are the supreme 21 called tho Chelan. The fruit Is goldthe sick list, Company, Louisville, Ky., for free remedy, as thousands have testified. out of It as any animal farm. Mrs. J. R. Shull who recently reMuhlenberg 26 en yellow and Is said to be different FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND from that of any other kind of nr pies turned homo from Illinois is very ill. sample copy of edition you desire, of pounds of wool are im- Ohio' MiJUona 30 but be sure tqjjsendj your subscripSTOMACH TROUBLE grown In Washington. It is also said ported annually to supply the home Number of votes necessary to a Miss Carrie Russell spent Saturday it is the best medicine ever sold to possess excellent keeping qualities night with Misses Rhoda and Mag- tion order to this paper NOT to demand. Why not grow this twool on choice ; 10 over a druggist's counter. the a box having been kept in storage at gie, Williams. your own, soil and keep the money hi B. F. GREEN, Ch'm'n. Spokane wihutot any market tho family,? Mrs. Linda Cummins who has bejn J. C. FLENER, Sec'y. Twenty years ago, the story sick is getting better. It pays to feed the colts igraln. runs, an Indian planted a handful of rT 'V I T'fTTTTTT T T T T V V if 'r I' '" TTIVTTTTTTlTflF1 Never Before. Airs. V. P. Graves and daughter Good feed and exorcise must go apple seed, throe of which grew. The Miss Elizabeth, spent Tuesday with r Richmond, Climax: before together. r fruit of but one of tho trea was good Mrs. Bj33le Williams. colts in tho yard ovor has there been such manifestations for anything. That tree is now of a Turn the Sunday School at Pond Run Is getof the Ideas of the people of Ken, day for exercise great size and a profitable bearer. ting along nicely In spite of tho bad for good reads, yes, batter A horse's pulse beats from thirty-si- x tucky ffl Last year at the National apple show wjatlinr. Also there is singing every to forty times a minute whon ho roads as was shown at the meeting at Spokane, fruit from the tree took Saturday night. of the Good Roads Convention held i6 in health. first prize for the new (variety of ITwo children of Mr. John Cummins Carrots must be fod sparingly m to In Louisville last week. There is a apples. have been very sick but are bjiter working horses. Cut them in siloes. wonderful movement on for better now. ,aad offocC the. roads all over the state, and the (INCORPORATED) Sunflower Philosophy. MiMk Willie Brown is visiting her commonwealth will be asked to aid laaneys aiso. The average investigation finds out slster.MMrs. Murray Chlnn. It,Is impossible to dovelop a colt in- In building modern thoroughfares WILL WIRE YOUR HOUSE JIT COST. " we wonder that any so to d sound, serviceable horao if it through the rough country where the one Httlo tnat dreads it. , For Sale. cost would bo more than the citiIs kept (tied on a hand floor day in h zens can bear,, and also give a little Good nine room two storydwelllng and day out through tho (winter. A woman may sometimes love a toward Improving tho roads in that man who blacks ELECTRIC LIGHTS ARE CLEAN, Stuffing- tho colt with hay or straw her eyes, but she In Centertown, Ky., has good cisor any coarse feed will spoil its looks. part of the state where fairly good can never respect him as she should. tern, good cellar, never falling well HEALTHY AND SAFE. NO HOME of water, good stable and other out Koap this ration down by tho use of roads are now being maintained. We would .give a dollar toward a good Tha fact that all menwho do buildings', one acre lot of ground. A soma groin and Jess coarse fe?d. OR BUSINESS HOUSE SHOULD vloop off the ration of all kinds road almost qs quickly m we would things have enemies, need- - not bo jplendld location for family residence toward a country school. taken as an Indication that an enemy and hotel. Price and terms reasonwhen th horsoes are doing little or BE WITHOUT THEM, WHEN IN is on as3et able. Apply to nothing. They are too much like a Resolutions of Respect. BARNETT & FOSTER, Agents. man to stand heavy feed rohlla Ijilng Speaking of the servant,, girl probREACH. From Beacon Lodge No 273 I, O. lem, w Hartford, Ky. stilj. e contend that a man who can't O. F. McIIenry Ky. Tflie coat of tv, onty or thirty .bushels keep a cook by marrying her, should Misses Loney Entertained. Whereas: tho great and supremo of oate fed to the colt during tho board. Misses Violet and Gladjs Loney winter wlU bo worth more than twice Ruler of the Universe has in his in as oiucfl in its growth and develop- finite wisdom removed from among A love affair cap end two wajs: In entertained a seloct crowd at the-lus one of our worthy and estoemod one the lettersand picture are burn- pome near .Mcnenry csaiuraay aveu-- it ment. Watch the hired man with your fellow laborers, Fred D. Basaheart, ed. In the other the letters and pic- ng from 8 to 12 o'clock. Excellont UU3IU 'WUS 1U1UI9UUU ! ilt3rS DtiACK 11l horses. If they cringe, dodge or show and whereas the long and dntlmate tures are forgotten. Howe, Chester Loney, Noah Row e and slgns.of feac while with him, take my relation held with him in the faithful Any man hates to acknowledgo cold JI!s3 Fern Curtis. advice and "tire" him. A godd horse discharge of his duties in this soe'ety feet although there are times when eminently befitting that we Parlor games were also played and is spoiled mhtai fho Is a victim of makes it record our appreciation of him, There- they are on asset in keeping out the crowd exprsed themselves as fear. January Farm Journal. of trouble. for bo it, lwIng a delightful time. Those presResolvod. That itha wisdom and . Although there Is pover any scar- ent were as follows: Misses Mock Fnria Wlntfir'sTrnuhlas. w ..... w. w - . $1.35 To many, winter is a season of ability which ho has exercised in tho city of candidates listen closely and Hocker,'' Fern Curtis, Myrtle Park, The Republican and Louisville Herald trouble. The frosUbltton toes and aid of our organization by service, you' can always hear that public of- Geneva an Pearl Brown, Fannlo Chap The Republican and Courier-JournlQfingers, chapped hands and lips, chil- contributions and counsel w 111 be held ficials are underpalr. Atchison Globe. man, Eunice, Violet and Gladys Loney 1.75 The Reptblican and St. Louis IHiUFor Stock Owiws. ler of Mt, Zlon C. M. Btxsrit Sunday nJght Tto ntomtre from eaoh cow 1 worth I6 to 30. Don't lot It raeto. tre '"jfatrti a good stool to hold up the pU you fan net at rallklwg ttene, a hard day's work. It ppya to turn a ltttle with tho cows, and tfeey nalifih a Uttb change In diet, wKIi some dalntAca addod, as wM w w do. Don't forget that a feiw boats, or caJbbags mixed with tho of tho dairy herd tivosa wln'ry d&yB, 'Will do much toward taking tho liVaoe of tho juicy grazing this animals reltebod. so touch in sura m or, when they filled the nillk-pato overflowat-t- ir itur-ntp ifl at Mr. Stevtm. frfSKSip7 rjInuW Honored by Women 4 Wa&km curing-powe- " wg I cr fore-paw- ll v Sec-rotar- y. Why Not - Read The Courier Journal dollar-Und-a-half- Weekly VY. Courier Journal ff j PA Courier-Joal Electric Bitters 'Mr urnal. on-th- e Courier-Journa- l. deter-oriatlo- n. No-e- THE KENTUCKY Light and Power Co. '" - r EG.BARRASS. Manager. llf OUR CLUBBING RATES. 1 al Globe-Democrat N "" " - rod and rough'sklns blains, cold-oreprove thia. But. such troubles fly before Bucklon's Arnica Salvie. A (tidal convinces. Greatest hoaler of Burns, Boils, Piles, Outs, jSores, Bruises, Eczema and Sprains. Only 25c at all ' m , druggsits. coopeFschoolhouse. Jan. 11. Farmers are busy dollver-lu- g thefr tobacco at this writing. is visitilr, Jfaxwoll Taylor of ing friends and relatives at this place. Mr. Tolbort MUlor of Aha Mt. Zlon neighborhood was In this vicinity Monday. ' Mies Cora Burgess of this place Is vlskJafe" friends In the Groen, riv er neighborhood this week. Tho spitting match given by the Mary Lambert at this teayhor. MU plaoe Friday night was quite a buc- O0S8. MessrsJtoy and Ray Stevens who havo been visiting their cousins, MarvJn tiad Arol Itockor of near returned home Wednesday, Mr. BW Ralrerty of Mcllonry speht S'TuBM&y nl'ht wWi Ikte brother Fred . Raffty. Norin vWUng 4toveae of this place ?I . totorUy this writing. ,. Mir. Low QoUavan of Wils plaee at- -, tended pay-- r mooting at Qrowwelt, it her stete.r Mws. Lm in greatful remembrance. Resolved that tho sudden removal of such a life from among our midst leaves a vacancy and a shadow that will be deeply realized iby all the mem bors and frionds of tills organalza-tlo- n and will prove a Borlous loss to the community and tho public. Resolved that with deep sympathy with thj boreavod relatives of tho deceased we express our hope htat ovon so great a toes to us all may be over ruled for good by Him who doeth all thfngs well. Resolved: That a copy of these res olutions bo spread upon the records of this organization, a copy pentad in the county papers and a copy forwarded to the bereaved family, A. J. WAKBLAND, A. THORPE, s , SI "Lu S. E. HERREL. Commit too. , jfan you believe your senses? When two of thorn, taste and smell, having hew Impaired if aiot utterly by Nasal Catarrh, are fully by Ely's Groam BaAm, can restored yew doubt that this ivmedy deserves a4Ut has baea said of it by tho theiuRnds who havo used. It? It Is im)ftd diraotfy to tho. affoetod air- iwmgngwi and begins Vte hlUig work aisjBsa. Why vM. it iw4gWU w aH4'by.JWy Bpos., M ai .1 T. a. Stock Inspectors. Frankfort, Ky., Jan. 17. Meosrs. Otis and Hlrman Carter, Barney Hocker Haydon Curtis, Clayton Und?r an Rhoads, Pyrtle Park, Dolmer and Jess opinion of tho attorney general given BlbhopJ- - Thomas Brawn, Ava Rowo on request of tho Livestock Sanitary Chester Loney, Noah Rawe, Beack R f Louey, Noah Rowe, Brack board, a county livestock inspector oan bo paid for Ids services only Rowo, "-- Mr. and Mrs. James W. when the stock ha inspect Is suffering from a contagious disease. A live stock inspector was called In to a horse aud found that It did not have any contagious or infuctlous ; HAVE YOUR SUITS disease. He wanted to know ivowha wTas to be paid for his service. The attorney general holds that tho in spector cannot Vtr any paay for his worn. Ch-3te- The The The The The The The The The Republican Republican Republican .republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican and Home and Farm ..... 1.25 Inquirer-1.7and and Louisville Daily Herald 3.25 3.25 and uaiiy uwensboro inquirer.., k O'boro Messenger 1.75 and and Kentucky Farmer 1.75 and New Idea Woman's Magazine... 1,30 and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer. ... 1.50 and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.25 ro 5 Twice-a-Wee- Cleaned i Pressed Dye- Address all orders to Jan. 17. Daaivnjr Dam Prank RENDER. Odlsa Noltla Harris was iu & dew-tnot- at . Mc?ll MSira4 Mr, Tofcirt1 Mll- - WkSf.vjmm- - i' " $ Y.mr&)m&m,,o&. coMVMttou n 'I nauji lost Wednesday. Ceclal Itawoa went to Horad Braafch Sunday. There must bajome attraction there for Ccll, fori seoms to go tliere qulta IHeti. Charlo Crusa want to Lusanie Sunday. Mrs. S. II. Danks, of Cefttral CHy. was here Sunday, tiis g4eat of liar eouln,M w. BayUai Baker, Dr. J. O. McKuay, of Taylor Mines was hre Siu4aay, Jofta T. Mtvia IWt for Uy ilclrland lat Wednesday. waa in Owensuaro special attention. Hats Cleaned and Repaired. .Work called for and delivered. Club rate $1.00 per month. Hertford Pressing Club, Y. M. C. A, BLDG., ing neatly done. Ladies work given Repairing and THE REPUBLICAN. Draughon gives contracts, backed by chain of 30 Colleges, $300,000.0 capital, and ID years' success, to secure positions under reasonable con ditiona or refund tuition. auehons competitors, by not accepting nisproposition.concede that he teaches mora WJMkn.MtieK Bookkeeping in three montns than they do in six. Draughon Can con- ' vince you. i 75 Per cent of the United States Court A NTI era write theBystem otShorthand Drauglwn teaches, because they know it is THE BEST. For FPEE CATALOGUE and booklet "Why Learn Telegrai" which explain all, call on or write JOHN F. DRAUGHCN, President. " J Good Positions nil -- ""'""'"''S'l"''M'"Mi'"'M'"MSMi"WMSS ROOKiCFFPINfi QHOttTH 'Report-uilVUiumi- v ' to the oW Vw 9t m fllARTFORD, KY. 4 DRAUGHOtt'S PRACTICAL BUSINESS COLLEGE, BVAN3VILLK. ADUCAH, NASHVILLE, ST. LOUIS. ' SFJUMK. . MHUMIHf n " ri- - n, 1W Xfc CALL FH6IEEN RIVER ItSTIICT A. S. BF to Visiting Mtm Itaffay CeoU this L To Meet in Owensboro Thursday, February 2 All Locals Send Delegates. i :fc if t MONEY-SAVIN- G Owing to a certain notion that wis taken at tfio lata SO&to Convention held in Bowltog Oreon on Jim., 11-tho meeting of the Groen RlVer District A. S. of H. wilt bo ana of vary great Importance; cot only will It bo important for oil locals to Bond delegates but wo assure you thaft. your Profit-Shari- ng lime will foe well and profitably Hpent If you wlU throw asfldo your work and car.qs for once and attend this A sale. looking of you a An meeting (whotfior you are a delegate or not for plans are being perfected you will be pay. ..!; you High Grade move along for a great profit-sharin- g Equity linos over tho State and esbelow We fall down pecially should every man In- - Dav.Ie.-whole-sal- e big Resolutions of Respect. we could find in County coma to Owensboro on the dat line. We of this meeting, there Is Bomuthlng No. 188 I. 0. R. Prom Ohio Trlba in for you to do and wo bollevo you are M., Hartford Kentucky. ready to do It the general condition .has reached Whereas the sad nows you will so had, of theA. S.'of E. In this distract will this order of the death of our Bro. bo considered, the Acreage and Pool FHmore. King, and whereas in his deat4 . ing propositions will bo discussed and we have lost one of pur most faithful YbuFsuccess lies in you appropriating these good things to your personal, use. Are steps taken In some way, bo If you members, tho community has lost want to know in what way it will bo one of Its leading citizens and his you goingjto do it? At this time of year, when your time is least valuable, are you gobest for you to bo present romember family has lost Its .leader.. Therefore ardjr ' the meeting will be called to ing to fail 'to make a few dollars by not attending this sale?v . y bait. nine o'clock, bo to be on time we at Resolved, That wo extent to his .will do you good if you don't buy a dollar's worth. The hustle and bustle will put ' suggest that If you are not in en-j-y family and friends our deepest sym reach of Ui3 City that you come In pathy and commend them to the Great new lifein you and you will leave here with a determination tbhave some money to spend " the evening before, and takj part Comforter who does all things well ' the next time that Barnes' Store has a sale. In the Informal mca'-ihiithat will be and who only can comfort when In held In the parlors of (the Roby Ho- their sad bereavement. While you make the money, we'make a lot of,good is all tel the night before, we hope that Resolved, That a copy bf those sale nlakes us some new customers, and we want you and everybody else Ohio Co., will turn in not less than resolutions be spread upon the records forty or fifty members, Hancock crane of thijs crdm, a capy printed in the to comefto this sale, with Just as niany as you are In easy county papers and a copy furnished 'to access by having railroad facilities the bereaved family. as you have, and McLean always cames OTTO C. MARTIN, even though sho may have to drive J. NEY FOSTER, in through itho mud rain and rraoiw A. E. PATE. vouhaven't seen our big ad., drop us a card and we .will .mail you one. Better still so remember .the date and oonfle early Committee. anil, be prepared ito Eitay t'Jl .tho work . come writhe store and tne merchandise will speak tor itself. Respectfully, is done. RENDER. W. P. STEVENS, Pres. . S. .B ROBERTSON, Sec'y. Jan. 24. Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Hines went to Qjrenilbcira last Wednesday. To Whom it Max&oncern.Jno. Sanders went to Owensboro las day bought Mr. J. Thursday. We Jiavo this J. H. Brown of LouisvJlte was here B. Sladdox's Interest In the store for last Thursday. mally run by Maddox, McMillan and Misses Maude and Nannie Millard Ross, and it will now be known as gave a tacky party at their home on McMillan and Ross. We want to thank our patrons for Mulberry street last Thursday eventheir trade In the past and hearti ing the prize "was awarded to Clyde tor being the tackiest ly solicit these future trade and also Roach will ask tho3a knowing themselves young man his iprlze was a sack of indebted to tho old firm to please call candy, Miss Nannie Milliard rxelv-o- d prlzs for th tackiest young and pay their account, as we need lady which was asack of peanuts. very badly. tho money All reported an enjoyable evening. McMillan & ross I. C. Harvey went to Eehol3 Friday was among our Merchants Tuesday, wages and good prices nre twin ibrtath- - any politician, Republican or Demo Embry Austin of Simmons (was THOMAS THOMPSON auu uie guesi 01 air. ana jhtb. i. . era in conducting prosperity; it Is crat, who Infers that is trying to ' here Friday. Strattal. Farmer's Club Meeting. not lKss!lfl to Rn m'nntii.lnta th fool the Dr. Eugene Pendleton of Hartford IS ACQUITTED George Flener liad a valuable Cow Tariff that manufactured goods can to, office people and boost himself InOhio County Farmers Club met Jan. on a falsa theory that ho was here Saturday. to die laat week. be bought at low prices and form knows to bo misleading.-Baj- P 11 1911. The President being City Mrs. Bettlo Burton wkjnt to Rock-poMr. and Mrs. J. t! StembePger of products sold at higher prices, and L B. Tlchenor was elected as Pr3. National Fanner. Sunday. Pro. Tom. It was moved that a comWas Charged With Guilty Knowl- Selah Wa3h and Mrs. Ellen Moore Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Lamasters of of Logansport, are the guest of Mr. mitted be appalnted to urrango a and Mrs. Clarence James. edge of His Father's Edgar Central City wjre visiting relatives for tin next mating, J. B. Wllford representing Wilford Boehru, Shelby Rock andT. H. Tanner here Sunday. Murder- ' Milling Co., of Bowling Green was Rev. Birch Shiilds of Bsaivar Dam was appointed. In .town Tuesday, Those who 'were mot prs nt to talk preached here Sunday evening. Bro. Birch Shields filled his appoint Simon Jones wvnt to Central City on their subject were hid elver for the Providence, Ky Jan. 19. Thomas men, here Friday nlghit. meeting which will bj hoMF'). yestrtuy cm business for the C. C. & next Thompson, nineteen yoians of age, Mr. and Mrs. T. Wado SSratton, 11. All subjects dlscutsed wore I. Co., who has beesn on trial here for the were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. by enjoyed handled ably and Miss Nellie Harris went to Beaver past tihree days on the change of hav- C. Stratton last week. those present. All loft feeling benefit- Dam yesterday. Mrs. Noah Hayes of Hemp Ridge meeting. Those who were ted by the Mrs. Jno. T. Baize Is visiting her ing guilty knowledge of the murder they daughter Mrs. Ben Davis at Sunnydale of his father, Homy T. Thompson, Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Dick absent do not Know what a was ajdultited thla ofternioon. The Sorrels. missed. at this writing. Mrs. J. N. Martin who has been For the next meeting wo have an Miss Myrtle Ingram is visiting rel- acquittal of the young mam did mot cause much surprise in ProvldeAce HI for several moc&hs is able to be interesting book. For all who attend atives in Herrln 111 at tills writing. ' I have been a suf-ferthe books are free. Since my other latter to the Republl as very lVttle damaging evidence Avas out again. from rhpumatism brought ouit However, 4t is general- ' Wm. S. Taylor of Madison Wis., We who attend can aiot see why ai y con work Iras slacken-.- d up considerfor about two years, and ht hat was tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. T. C. one cannot spend at least ono day a ably In this district, only about fcnlf-tl- ly believed in Providence have used many liniments and patent medimonth In this Instructive work. now. Owing to lack of orders the trial will result lni Bjimtlonal Stratton Friday. Mr. AUIe Owen of Woodbury, was cines which gave me no within the next (ton L. B. TJCHENOR, Pia. Pro. Toir. as so much of the Pittsburg toal developments relief. A lady friend of It la knows, positively that the guest of bis aunt Mrs. N. A. HENRY M. P1RTLE Sec'y. has, arrived and orera'jocked, the Mar- days. mine told me she had ket. It la hoped It will resume brisk two men have knowledge which will Dortch. used your Liniment and lead to the arrest of the real murTime. W. Stratton want itb'Loul.i-vlll- e again soon as It had been heretofore found relief at once, I Monday on business. iaT'a derers of Thompson. There FOR FLETCHER'S Joe Smith and Eddie Hess went to got two bottles and they cured me. I think it is th,e best Liniment a person great deal of feeling Iniing manlfeat-e- d, Mr. G. W. Mantln went to Hartford Iioulsville I can havein the house. I shall always keep a bottla in my house as long as I and the citizens want uhe guilty Monday on business. can get it" Mrs. E. R. Wallace, Morrisons, Vai ' punjshed. Marriage Licenses. Another Letter. r'-- J Hartford College Notes. The argumienta wero. Umlted to Wool and Wheat Growers Meeting Mrs. Jamps McGraw, of izifi MandeyillcSt?, Ifw prleans, La., writes The following marriage llcer.tea have Last week closed the fifth month's two, speeches to a Bide this afternoon " I take pleasure in writing to you that I hid a pain' ia. my arm for five years, been issued from County Clerk Tins-ley- 's There will be a meeting of the nd ,. , work the regular monthly tests were C. J. WaddiU, of MadlsonVUle, office since our laU Issuer the and I used) Wool and Wlheat Growers at ' J. 0. Cookbey, age 21, to Bertha hold In, all departments add the re- County Attorney O. W. Bennttll-''o- f Court House In Hartford, at 9 o'clock, Wednesday. Dixon, spoke for the skate, and W, E. Saturday morning, January 28. May Crawford, ago 18, ,both of Oja'tou; port cards distributed Bouriand and R. M. Tiaker for the Ion James, age 21, OIoHeary to Dora Parents are requested to examine thesi defendant. E. C. BAIRD, Pres. Evaus, rige 23, Roslno; W. R. Johnson roiorts carefully and note the (progress D. M. STEWART, Soc'y. was Thamrson found dead at age 25, to Fnnrilo Farrls, uge 10, 'both of their children. V ' I Misses Effle Berryman, Rochester, noon on December 26 In a raylne Notice to A. S. Of E. Members. ' of Horse Branch: Paul Shrove, ago 22, near the Providence cemetery. He Fordsvllle, to Maude Shrader, age 10, Edith and Effle Duke, Sunnydale; Har to hold our rog- After having fal had been ho.t three times in tho Barretts Ferry; David J. Etslor, Prl-se- rlett Mldklf, Ralph; Mr. Lon Owen, head, and It is believed xunt of thla rafai.jjrai uter metlng oh that ha hool Cast week. 111,, ago 20, to Rebecca E. Sapp, Ralph; entered w (have deoldd r call a mooting of Miss Stevens, was absont Monday also .robbed of over $300. The $$$ Itartf0BdMi age 21; N. V Dockery, ago 18, to ial District, Amorl- waa discovered by Thomas fThojp Efflo Nolan Woodruff, age 17, both of and Tuesday on account of slcTens3. son, who was acquitted eab Society tL m qulty, to meet with lrecommend your Linlmeat vary for one week and was completely cured, on ids exam Beaver Dam; O. C. WItton, ago 24, Prof. Hedrlck taught her classy In ining trial today. tho WashlBgt' highly." Local, on Thursday to Zadlo Hancock, age 10, 'both of tho forenoon, Mr. Cortland Taylor sub h 1 o'clock p. m. Come .' Kchoto, Arthur "Maddox, age 21, to stltutlug In tlie sixth grade. 9H0, come ai and let us get busy, CROMWELL. The. Adolphlanj have revelved a Paradtee K. Oliver, ago 17, butli of rJUGE P. JONES, Ch'm'n number of new members recently Mcllenry. Jan. 23. Dr. Joe TBjJot of HartfwSlj' R. TINSLEV, Soc'y, from the late arrivals In school, which wtut me gueei ot iraeuaa nere Thutv. "" WHITESVILLE7 The rnner's Advantage. lias added strength and Increased In- day. j.' Jan. 24. Mr. Ed Lltsey returned terest In their literary work. Loo. GlVatrup of OWahoma, QMgr7 The ier should uivler stand itfet MImi Mosoley's fcceond grade has OklH., who has been the guest Friday to his hcaiio at Kldoti Mo. of the oh) affective way to tnatataln liav-lo- g Dr. and Mrs, D. Haynuu vWttul tlielr completed tho Reader and la now bte pareotH, Mr. and Mnf, Willis SM" 6 tr t good markets Is to supplementary reading. aferap", left tlie flnt of daughter 'Mm. RoUio Jackson, Owens-bor- q ng man busy and the wh4ta lat Wtfek"r k " Prof. Brown's Teachers History olasa Wofttara Ky., ' from 8aurdy till Sunday. lv la th actory At All Pwgglrtji. Priw 5e., 50. and 1.0O so that . . b)-"MaWiHgly wilio has been are devotlng( e period & ' wedk .to i Uaa Taylw- - made a flyta tnWJW tttr Mr? 1 be plenty Maa' VtmUm m ttM fcn ttt Vn. A4diM bf iney laths '' vary tew &'jieHKftUi Is much 11- - tha study and dWcussIdn of Current Baa.vr'Da Moadav. T' f the coiwuHiew to buy h Kv'efiUa&d a lively lntoret Is'bolai ' I! EARL S. SLOAN, BOSTON, MASS. W. H. V0bib of Mowsaokiwn iwved. m urnlehod the feetory By the Keuwu, FertWvllle, iaanlf e3UxL Qaoiwfte. tar IUilanui & Co., FnmjiJHi laaa All hiBtory shows fcbt good 12 - Mkw Delta. Mao &lnntt Is vfeftteft her .brother's Hale (tad Had of Kvana- villa tad. Mfea lone Rfttoh. TetaHincd to hen homo at Owon&oro ftftar a wck stay with Mrs, V. T. Crsr. ;' wife, Habit, Mr. Claude Ware were the guesU of Mtas Nora Tayior' Saturday aad SuBday. Mr. J. B. C&mpton aad wife Phil-po- t, (visited Mrs. Orfnpion'B (parents Mr. aBd Mra. W. L. Mttler Ladles of the Eastern star. Choi) ter will give a supper at the Masonic Hall Saturday ingot. Mr. J. T. Lifcsey one of (t3ie best known men of this country ctted at hie homo here on Jon.- 15th. Rev, J. L, Brewer pastor of tho Christian1 church conducted the funeral service at the residence. Mrs. Martha Stinnett wife of tho late James Stinnett died at her home on January 2 1st. Rev. RntcIAff conducted tho funeral serylces. ad Here's a Piece of Good News FOR EVERYBODY WHO HAS A INCLINATION filjgi! Sale is Now Oil! , r r ft forward to. have been of. event which lot glad to at prices Merchandise offered to and winter stock away our the have marked bargain the have bought every markets order to make this the most attractive sale proposition we say when you see our and we have succeeded; have ever showings. It - ft ft Y ft Y ft ft Y ft ft IK ft Thebenefit not yours. friendsvery SALE CLOSES FEBRUARY 4 If 4 4 4 4 4 E. P. BARNES Si BROS., ft 4 Beaver Darn, Ketituckv. 4 . ft4ft4ft4ft4ftft4ft4ft4ft4ft4ft4ft4ft4ft4ft4ft4ft4i abst nt pro-ftro- ra Two bottles tr-ea-t Cured My Rheumatism'' er rtr ! - T Children Cry C A ST OR A to-da- e, - LUAN5 LINIMENT - i W V9I - MFry ma Sloan's Liniment instantly relieves stiffness of the Joints, Sore Throat, Hoarseness, Sprains, Neuralgia, BOMB Better Sciatica and Lumbago. kp and cheaper than porous plasters. Dlt I ? $'. H HI- A 1 L o r