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Digital page images are linked to the text file. y Job Work. mt Mtttmm DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE ttcpnblicmi. r OF OHIO COUNTY. who bol!ev,e that Mr. Thompson met death by hla. own hand, but this idea Is laughed at by those who are cognizant of the real facts of the case. They state that thero are one and a hundred reasons that, prove beyond a shadow of a doubt thait he was murdered. Wether the murderer actted in self defense, they declare, Is not known and may probably never be. . V' fit Subscription $1 per Year No, 29 AFFAIRS AT WASHINGTON Chinese Government Sends Students to This Country, iWOi. XXIIL HARTFOKD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., IfJ&IDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1911. F W nuincus vill and the Importation! of HOLMAN liquor Into this State through the. -cftoak of Interstate Commerce, as a travesty upon the rlghtB of (ho peoNOMINEE ple, an abridgement of ,lhe poUco powers., reserved to tha states and a tH, version of the Intent of the" Constitution, enlarging once part Senator From the Sev- (that Intended by the makers beyoud and a like .restriction upon the other. enth District. We deplore the amendment to our statute law made fay the courts, laza- Seaatorial District. Republicans 'uzing the blind tiger under the mis- nomer. of 6ott drinks by which the 'Endorse O'Rear for plain legislative ntendment was penver ' ted to subserve the interest of the Governor. breweries without regard for the rights of the people. muumWW w"" The Republicans of the Seventh Son We demand of the legislature Buch WSmr'W. atrial District, compnlslngtho Coun- amendments to our laws as will ties of Ohio. Butler, and Muhienbere. remedy these "wrongs so far as Is In i". V .met at Beaver Dam Monday afternoon their power to do and that they, by nominate a candidate far St.it aproprlate resolutions, call on ConI wv G........AA. vwn HUTi 6. rt.w1 1a .ltlU UJUU Xf.... O gress to bo amend tho National laws -- JSUCllAl AJ 'W Mm-SK- . Bias called to as to exclude soirlteous vinous and Convention The orderby R. B. Martin, of Onto coiur.- - 'malt liquors from the operation, of the 'ty,,who was elected Chairman and Interstate Commerce clause of the J.fyNoy Floster of Ohio county was National. Constrtutlon. 'chesenXSecretary., The purpose Of the j We appoint as delegates to the meeting being stated by the chair - ! Beaver Dam convention, the Hon. Har ey myers, H3UU w, ee,i, .Junge rou'cuu Uli .1.U.U.UU ua aiiiMuuu- jan Resolutions, which re- - Us, j. c. Floner, H. B. Morehead, E, ported as follows, wliloli were unanl- - N. Mayhugh, AUIe GalnesjW. J. Tuck, jnously adopted: C. V. Belllrs, Vbrd Moore, V. D. Card- ktWWm M:'--: Be It Resolved by the Republicans weli, j. w. Howard, F. M. Stewart, of the Seventh Senatorial District of j. v. Cook, Jebt W. Hlnes, E. Brad- K.on$ucky in delegate Convention as- - w, w. A. Tarmer, A. T.. Gardner, T. semblcd. (Coatinued on Eighth Page.) First, That we approve the call for canthis Convention to nominate a didate' for State Senator to be voted SCOFFS AT HIGH for at the election, November 2, 1911. Second, That we enldorse the ReKWfiWl.wsf''immW)'SmmmmW' Ammmmm COST OF LIVING publican administration of Kentucky KrjiArwm',4EUmLimJMEFM iBwlmf kWmWw Hy&XnH In Its efforts to bTlng about necesmUmmm0mM-sary reform in the State, to revise ' our tax system, and to correct the J. Adarn Bede Says American Abominable legislative district gerrymander, which ithe Democratlci party Peaple are Getting Their has fastened on the State. Moneyfs-fWQrtrfMIss Ellen Terry, the English actress who was associated tor many years Third, Resolved That we endorse with Henry Irving, is to receive a gold founders' medal from tlio New theater the wise and 6ta.teman.llko admlnis- of New York. The medal is to be given in recognition of Miss Terry's distinu)btion of President William H. Taft, guished services to dramatic art. She Is just now lecturing In Uie United and commend his efforts to procure Chicago, Jan. 31. Six hundred rall- - States on Shakespearean heroines, nnd the presentation ot the medal will take necessary laws In behalf of thacom- place while she is In New York. She will be the second person ho honored by mon people in the regulaUon of rail- of Chlcago amJ from aU the. New theater, of which W. K. Vnuderblit is. president. The first founders rkVsB, and for .the oonitrol of cor road Horace Howard FumoHHtlie, Shakespearean scholar, parts of the' country assembled Mast medal was given ago'. Miss Terry Is sixty-twyea refold and has been on the in' their relation to" night to participate In the fourth an- a few months stage morethun htllf u. ceiittiry. Her present jour Of the United States Is the We bellavo tha individual citilzsn, nual banquot of .fche'Chlcago drganl- - ninth she has made, sevenof them being1 with Mr. Irving. She first came to that the administration) of William H. zatton and listen to four 'speakers. Sbo Taft will grow more .popular and that J. Adam Bede, former congressman J America In 1883, and since then her visits have been at regular Intervals. was did much to make Irving's tours successful. Her popularity lu England lie deserves to be renominated and from Minnesota, answered to the shown in. 1000 when a "shilling fund" was stnrted to celebrate the fiftieth .In 1912. "What's the Matter With versary of her stage debut and 00,000 persons contributed to the. testimonial. Fourth; We commend Senator WI1- the Country?" by scoffing at the nl8" cost of Jiving bugbear and assert manner tin which he has looked after CITIZENS WILL lug that nover has the United States OHIO COUNTY BOY TO every interest of- our- - Commonwealth . governed better 03n since be has been a member of the. Luxuries of the present day that INVESTIGATE MURDER MOVE TO SAN ANTONIO United States Senate, and hereby en- .' make the life of the mechanic seem dorse him for Vkak of a .prince whn conipaTied with Fifth, Believing that Judge E. C.I ', ,.... mucui'uiUiia .... iaukjj ui iuui MviuuAuiviiB W. D. Westerfield Will Close Out Six Men are Chosen to Huut Out CRoar more nearly represents the In- back he held responsible for .whatfarming and laterests of the great Murderer of Henry ever increases lu the cos J. of ltving la Furniture Business at boring classes of the people ot Kenrecent yeara have brought tucky than any one else who has Thompson. "The government Is all in the hands Owensboro. been suggested for the Republican of the .people," Mr. Babe said. "No nomination for Governor, and having matter (how big the man they Bend the utmost confidence in his patriot to Washington) may h3, he can be Mr. W. D. Westerfiold Is to tMItk, ism and executive ability, and know- Providence, Ky., Jan. Z. Foaling tlng more nor thairalobbytobfrom actfve busfnesj in .Ownssbbro. log him to be fully qualified to de. that their town has been outraged by aa h hfs to P tor I fcnd as soon os-t- be 'Westerfield Pur- - peranlttlng-thfend tbe principles of the Repuhllcan f? lo?s freedom of the mur -u w. nuure company can, ibe closed out, iwi'inuwr uiawoti party in the coming campaign, wo u.i3 vder or murderers of Henry Thompson the whol3 American people. which Mr. Westerfield hopes to do landorse him for the Republican nomj- the crime being committed in broad "The problem 'of increased living by May 1, he and his family will leave ofttkm for Governor. cost, comes up every time a genius for San Antonio, Texas, whew ithey daylight, the citizens of this placj E. BRADLEY, have deeded to take it upon themselpresoats us with a labor-savin- s device. will reside in future. E. P. TAYLOR, ves to ferret out the mystery surTJiere.are too many people wanting on Mr. Westexfie'ld is one of the bast JETT W. HINES. rounding th.e death ot one of the rloh men. known business men 'In Owensboro C. P. KEOWN. "If; I 'Were given the power to re- About nine years ago he opened up a most prominent ot their citizens, and W. P. THOMAS, secretly chosen, six men have duce this cost I would establish high second-han- d furniture store on East Committee. schools In every rural' center and Second street, aear Trtplett, with only their Identity being a secret to every The following Resolutions, from make life on the farm 'so attractive 1600 Invested. By giving (the business one except the mayor to bring to Tliiflai. fViiiintv wata .npad justice the parties that couunLtted the would t0 his personal attention it grew to such MorBautown.Ky., Jan. 28, 1911. cities. a magnitude that more room iwas crime. Republican convention hold dn an'd for Mayor Ed Montgomery, who has "Isn's It a little childish ot tho Butler "County, O. V. WllWs was pAmerican .people after demanding needed and five years ago the Wes been actively Interested in aiding the terfield Furniture company was or elected Chairman and E. W. Nedlwas civilization on the nelf shell, to com- ganlzed with a capital Btockbf $15.' 'county officials in discovering, the elected as Secretary. The fallowing plain was because they have to pay more 000, with Mr. Westerfield the principal truth, called, a meatus which (V11l4 4tts& wHrtA resolutions wore adopted: tmlif Cftflhv. n4rvh to live that did thjlr grandfahtersT" owner of the stock. The presjnt place ; We, the Republicans of Butler was. packed with men who are Charts P. Moore, of Now York, of business is at 206 and 208 .Bast assembled, en County in Convention bent oa removing the stain, which spoke on "Dollora and Sense.'1 Mr. Wasbrflold .was Sacond street dorse the call of this Convention and j. too many people living bora In Ohio county and has a wife tbye feel, has been perpetrated onithelr "There are the District Convention at Beaver, Dam ntlil dltnn inUilfil.M mo Bvt,i1 "What town. ' and six boys. While in Owensboro on.!, inn I"" "W"5 uwyuusi A number of speeches were made a lownrigbt revon.of lie has acquired cooahlerabie wealth, W Mttnk our' allegiance to the v,to statistics. Wa weed mow pro- - and Is seeking anotoer climate oa ac- by the foremost citizens of Provl-'deno,.., w . ih. rin,ir -vmw k 4w iVTF'M4111 la which they stab?d that it ducers.' count of failing health. enunciated In the various platforms was their- opinion, if honest efforts f of its National Conventions. were put forward that the murderer Martii-Tickeaor. We esdorse the admial&tration of Another of Our Old Subscribers. would be 'discovered.. They stated .that Wm. Howard J.Taft Governor- Augustas ' Nuekols, Ky.yJan. 30th Bdltor Sunday aftrnooa Jan. 29, thgy owe It to themselves, to the E. Wilfsou aaid tbe course of Ken-tuHantford Kentucky: Huc'los iK Noel T4oh'wOr bL.. j Miyp hla. city, and to their wives and Children n m, tbov4 soa .JMd Senator W. ed find check for which, pleaed send Ark.. of lior-te- to Invdf'Wgatd as fully as possible ol'BradUy and rooBimand 3ila me be Hartficwd Rapufcl Leant pme your. Wiere united, ki aiarrlage at the jfcho. foul wiimey A motion was made You wHl please send tha paper to home ot tha .bride.. d W recoHMfwnd the RaV. UawrJW, chat Mayor Montgomery should ohose W. Ju4w Kd 0. O'Rear for Nuchels, Ky lnotioad ot Livermore. of Beaver Dam proaousced them aus- - six men .to Investigate the matter JJhttublWMiawahi' tor Governor. Tbe iUpuhlloan has be;n comln to baiad and wlfa Immedtetsly after tfie and that only thi mayor himself ' 'dwouM th. raeMesu epadl-ture- s me at Llvermor onoj a steoo, oeramoay they, left lor &aoate of the .sMiuld kiw who thy are. of funds by th Tea ant iegbita-tare- s or aout iMa ftrat issue. I don't know bride's brother Mr. Or Martial where This natloa met with the approaad lwld th paaty eewAroUng tf this beata Mr. C..C Daato oa the a bountiful auper awaHod tim, Af- val of t& leasire how, and Mpnjo-raer- y xeepoaetble for helr iMto h4 8uKnoibaro, but you do, am yiw ter speadiag a fw days wUfe rela aapead tht'the Haie bs oome for w U flpat flAltocQl tbReituMt-e- a tives to Keotaeky 4hy ,wiM leave for oaoe and' at to attoiat th$ mea at tfe,preftat time there ejfl ibe the 'pxl.1 te.4emod a retMRn to mad I wm e Akadlpb)a Askt, wkwe shey' .,wll are six ea forth th!r bet IicJUtr tf rJfltd' eaoaomy and ptedge aad tare 1eH a pegutar natea taak titeare aaaw. efforts the ideality of bao our'eMiAUto to these iHinclyli.. g Aja ouHthsMP uaIi vUJ TafceJr ataay frlsda iwesa Hkm a uuurdere tmkie V$immm-X- t ,a V haaay aad .Mnaerwu Ukv T, D. OWJBN.. .rm,It.seeaVliMt there ae st!U a few IS English. Actress and Gold Medal r? She Gets From the New Theater For tm Loaded Down With Work. " Formation of National ProgresNever In the history of The Republican have we ,beea busier in our Job printing dapartment fchan since tho first of the year. Wehuwe the capacity for tunning out work verj rapidly, hut It has given us all we could possible do to keep up with our orders and we are now running behond. There's a reason for this enormous patronage. The people havo learned that The Hartford, Republican do&3 th'o 'best Job printings the moat reasonable prices, and that is why they sive Republican League Causes Attention. T - WkT' &.. m JmM WtwABkWAML m&m -- . im w'i mWk kL M8B1 W AW Af0Mwi?3SHK2Vzir Aw to.-D- porate-'intexest- o . nnni-questi- ks lPiucj ' V Ata'1 . i, .u e, J - - On-la- st al .a.,MiiJrtU, n, oom-iBAtfo- n. 'e wk Cie hrt bhV-ohib- itmil J ui wi - Washington, Feb. 1. The ncUoa of the United States In generously waiving indemnity the of $11,000,000 resulting from the Boxer uprising in Ch:na has borne good fru'.t. China has since regarded this country as liar bast friend, and haa sought advice and guldanco from ua oometo us. on matters affecting her lnternatlons. Wo appreciate this iwork, and slhall At the present time the Chinese govput forth every affort to merit your ernment is defraying the expenses of patronage in the iuum. upwards of one hundred 'students every If you want JOB PRINTING, that year dn American universities. These is JOB PRINTING, see The Hart- students, as they graduate, return to ford Republlan. China and are scattorod among the different provinces of China for the purpose of gradually Amercanlzlnig tha PRESIDENT TAFT GIVES peoploind customs of that country. The formation of the National ProFREEDOM TO WARREN gressive Republican League in the fight between the Insurgents aad standpatters to control the RepubliSocialist Editor Will not Enter can party is exciting considerable comment. The President is saild to be Prison and Fine is Reconcerned over the matter and to regard it as an attempt to contest hi duced. renomlnatlon In 1912. He Is undecided whether to appear indifferent to the League or to prepare to oppose. Wasflilngton. Fob. 1. President Taft Its activities. The attitude of Tlaeo- y commuitid the saBitence i'ot dpre Roosevelt toward the League is Fred D. Warren, Socialist editor, re- also 'causing. much speculation. From cently sentenced to slx moniihs Im- his utterances In the Outlook and oa prisonment and fined ?1,500 by strik- the platform, he is thought to be ing out the imprijonment and rjduc-ln- g entirely in. accord with the princithe fine to $100 to hi colloq'ted ples ot the new organilzatlon but by civil process only. whether he endorses its reported inJn.t ,uhi n vin- - tention, of urging the nomination, ,ot LiJEha.paTsldeatsaJd liiuou oi cne law is ciear, Ene Senator LaFollette for president Is seemed excessive. an undeckbd question. The principles of Warren was snlencd for a viola- the League are brief. It aims to retion of the postal laUs in sending store government to the hands of the matter through the mail ou which people; to prevent corrupt use ot monwas printed: ey in elections; to simplify presi"The Appeal to Reason will pay dential elections and to establish $1,000 in gold to the poirson or per the Initiative referendum and recall. sons Wiho wlll kidnap This enunciation of RepubliTaylor and return him to the state can principles sounds like a poli officials of Kontucky, where he Is tical platform written by William wanted on a charge of murdurlng Jennings Bryan, and demonstrates Goobel." how much political lines have been" It was during the time that Moyer, shifted in recent years. and ohter members of the This question of ship subside i3 Western Federation of Mines were being agitated again before Congress arrested In Colorado and hustled to with the backing ot Prea'.dent Taft the state of Idaho, where they ive''e It in insisted that all American busicharged with murder. Warren, the ness which appears on ships for the editor of the "Appeal to Reason," transportation of either its raw maprotested against the kldnapplnc of terials or finished products ds paythese union mine otflcors, declaring ing to foreign ship owners a tax or that it was against state and federal tribute greatly in exces3 of tariff laws. Then ihe hod printed on ifiio duties and that a constant stream back of envelopes the offer of a re of revenue wh'lch should remain In ward for the arrest of Taylor a Re- this country to fill the arteries of publican, who was chargied wfth com- commerce Is drawing off to other plicity- in (the murder of Goebel. He countries. The project Is encounterwas arrested, tried and convicted and" ing tho usual opposition. was sentenced to enter prison on next What is haUed as the victory of Tuesday. Governor Wilson of Now Jersey in defeating Smith for re0LAT0N. election to th9 Senate and in securJan. 31. Messrs. Arthur Mitchell ing the election of James E. Martine, and Cartez Paytoa left Monday for is arousing comment in Washington. Louisville. It was felt that in precipitating the Rev. Birch Shields of Beaver Dam, fight against Smith, Governor iWillson conducted a meeting at the Baptist staked his political future. church hero from Monday night until Saturday. Bro. Shfelds delivered some Seeking Back Taxes. able sermons, which were 'enjoyed by The Owensboro Inquirer says: J. all. P. Whittlnghlll, as revenue .ngant on. Mr. Will Daniel who baa been visit- behalf ot the common wealth ot Kening hl3 mother, Mrs. C. E Dan lei has tucky filed tjwo suits in the county returned to his honto in Angola, Now clerk's office on Saturday afternoon York . against the tistate ot William Cushion, n, Mr, and Mrs. Edward Jamkon, deceased, seeking to collect back taxes are visiting- Mr. and Mrs. Tbosult8 are brought against the Cen Sam Jamison and other relatives In tral Tfust company aa executor of community. this Cushion's estate, and is asking that Airs. W. H. Lyoms is. very sick at notes, etc., aggregating $1.0,000 be asthis writing. sessed for taxes for tho years The other suit filed asks that) Notice. aa as8esme.t of $30,000 be made far That Resolutions of Respect are Inheritance taxes. published in Tbe Republican at the Wtolttlughilr-- la also seeking to rerate of two ceate per llae, six words j cover taxes on notes and other peraveraging a Wne. Please do not send sonal property aggregating $7,925 for, obituaries to The Republican witluxit the years held, by R. S. . expecting to pay for fiubUeotioa of Hughes, executor of the estate ot Grathis kind of matter. In all cams ham Hughes, deceased. sash oauwt accompany abMuarles un WalttlBgatll has also ptvtpared and less you have aa aoeouat with this will file oa Monday another suit, offlee. All maUaw. for CbukUm, etc. agaiaat the estate of Orotom Hudhes where money U to be derived, avum- - aa aa inheritance tax- oai $22,739.04); ai, ed by same aeaditleaa as (Ait- - aaowa by the rqpewt filed by the umrtes. ,.,, tf pwkwrs. to-da. oen-tence so-call-ad Haj-woo- d or -- .V ah .. PROCLAMATION to the People of HARTFORD And H V H H to 1.1. the Surrounding Counties. Don't ail to Attend the Mighty H i H L. h H l mi H ! l H 1 B 1 H 1 H H' i MK MM i 1 H l l l S k 1 MbI H l Hr IH Jl HH ii l H H H T h.hl ? H l b H Hv k l JHH H Hl H l H ll H H l Hlr '1 flr B'i H BJ H l ! ll Hli HV HH-l BBL hH flBBBB B BBBI flBBfl flBBB i . B l i i H H m H l H l il Li I i i r i H ! "' '! ! H i H wi H Bx fl m - l i B V HI l iiBl---4-H-i- AT" THE NEW YORK STORE IS WHERE THE Is Going on Now. Be Sure You Are at the Right Place. Surrender Safe THE NEW YORK STORE J. D. REED, PROPRIETOR Look for Our Store THE NTIRE FRONT IS COVERED WITH HARTFORD, : : KENTUCKY. Red and White Lettered Signs. .... SaJe Commences Promptly January DOOMED 19, 1911 DOOMED LASTING ONLY 20 DAYS, ENDING SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 11 AT 9 O'CLOCK P. M. Worth of seasonable up to date merchandise, consisting of Dry Goods, Clothinjr, Shoes, Hats, Ladies and Mens' Furnishing Goods will be distributed into the homes of the people for less than the actual cost of the raw material. This entire $10,000 stock is on sale and nothing reserved. Everything must go in this mighty Surrender Sale and will be at the mercy of the public to be slaughtered for twenty days, beginning Thursday, January 19, 1911, at 9 o'clock a. m. Bear in mind every Suit of Clothes, Pair of Shoes and all Furnishings and also all of our Ladies' Ready to Wear goods are all brand new of this seasons make and styles. You get nothing but the best in quality and latest in style. We can only mention a few of the many great bargains, but come and see for yourself. So come early, come often, come every day while lowest prices pf a century prevail. $10,000 $10,000 v $200.00 REWARD OFFERED! J, D. Reed has hereby offered a reward of Two Hundred Dollars to any person or persons who will be able to furnish proof that goods were sold during this entire 20 days of said Surrender Sale at a higher price than advertised in this circular. Our Great Iron-CladGuaran- tee Your money cheerfully refunded if you are not satisfied with your purchase you make at this sale. No questions or explanations required in refunding money ONE PRICE TO YOU ALL! Signed By Mr. J. D. Reed Clothing: Department. Men's Suits in Single or double Breasted all in up to date styles peg top pants with side buckles, worth twice the amount we aire asking all go in this great Surrender $3.C9 Sale per Suit 3.99 $8.50 Men's Sutts $10 00 Men's' Suits 5.6S 6.S9 $12.00 Men's Suits $15.00 Men's ''Suits 8.3$ $18 00 to 20.00 Men's Suits ....11.C9 $6.50 Youth's Suits 3.68 $10.00 Men's' Overcoats 4.b9 $15 00 Men's Overcoats 8.19 $2.00 Knee Suits at 1.J.9 $3.50 Knee Suits 2.39 $4.50 to 5 00 Knee Suits with Knickerbocker pants all wool guaranteed at this great Sale while they $7.5? k Dry Goods. 39c yards bost Calico 4 Apron. Gingham G 10c Apron Gingham 7c 10c Amaskog Gingham 7 10c Dross Gingham 7 10c yawl wido Pcroal Sc 10c, 15c Suiting 7 10c Outing all colors 10c anid lCc Dros.3 Flannelots ..71-2- c 4 Cc Cotton flannel 7 10c Cotton Flannol '.7c 10c Shirting at Bleached or unhloachad Domestic 4o a very goad quality 5c Yard 'ttido Brown Doiwostilc 7c A wry fine Domestic 7c Hope Bleach Domostlc 7 10c and 12 Domestic 35c Heavy Woolen Dress Goods assorted colors at the Surrender 20c Sale , 35c Rod and White Flannel ...,19c 14c 25c Hod tuid White Flannel 19c 35c Table liinen 50c Tablo Linen 31c 39c 75c Tablo Linen 17c Table Oil Cloth Fivo thousand jde of different kinds of piece goods .such as Calicoes, Ginghams, Dress Goods of all kinds will bo sold during the great Surrender Sale at nearly one-ta- lf of our 'regular price to early buyers will reap tha 10 1-ic l-l-l-l-l-- 2c l-1-- ic Men's heavy Fleased Lined Slilrts 33c or Drawers . 50c Men's Ribbed Shlrta or Draw-er- a 50o MiwHHHnnn Every article in this Surrender Sale will have a white tag attached to it with its Sale price marked in plain figures, so a child, as well as a grown person, can buy at this Surrender Sale without fear of things being over charged. $1.50 $4.00 $1.50 $2.00 , .38c Men's all Wool Sbirts or Draw84c ers In Red or White 19c 25c Children's Union SuKb 38c 50c Ladies Union Suits ?2.00 Men's or Ladles Sweaters ..$1.19 50c Ladies or Men's Sweaters ..38c 19c 35c Ladloa Vest or Pon, 35c Boys Shirts or Dratwuns ...,19c 75c Men's heavy Top Shirts ....39c $1.00 Men's all Wool Top Shirts 79c $1.75 Mon's all Wool Top Shirts 1.11 19c S5o Men's Work Shirts ., 19c 33c Boys Work Shirts 38c 50o Mea's Work Shirts 3Gc 50c Men's Droas Shlrte 3.!c 50c Boys Dros3 Shinto 39c 75c Men's Dnesa Shirts 79c $1.00 Men's Dres3 Shirts $1.50 Men's Dross Shlnta all colore 89c He Linen Collars ., 5c 10c Suspenders 8c Rubber Collars' 15c Suspenders 19c 25c to 50c Suspenders 25c Gloves Men's or Ladles ....18c 89c $1.00 to 1.50 Men's Gloves $1.25 last $0.50 $1.50 .... ?t $2.98 KneVvSults Blue Serge ..4.13 Men's! Pants with aide buck: ', 1.42 Dress Shoes 1.69 Dress Shoes 2.38 $3.50 Gun Metal Shoes $1.25 Men's Arties 92c $2.50 to $3.50 heavy work Shoes l.b'J $3.50 to 4.00 high top .Boots ....2.78 $3.50 to 4.00 Men's Dness Shoes such as Gun Metal, Patent leather lace or button at $2.84 , $1.50 Boys Shops at 1.09 $2.00 to 2.50 Bojs fine Shoes ..1.73 $2.00 Ladles VIcI Kid Shoe3 ....1.29 $1.00 Ladle3 Arctics 74c $2.50 Ladlo3 Viol Kid Shoes ..1.68 $3.00 to 3.50 ladles Gun Metal button or Lace at this Groat Surrender Sale while they last ..'.. ..t.$1.82 $1.75 Ladles heavy Shoes ,1.19 $3.00 to 3.50 Ladles fine Shoes in Lace or Button Patent Leather all sizes at $2.19 Children's Shoes all sizes from 12c up to $1.19. $2.00 $2.50 . to Blankets 79c 5.50 Blannkets all Wool 2.89 Comforts 89c to 2.50 Comforts $1.19 Hosiery and Notion Department. , Pins ,...lc Needles ic Pencils ...". ic Pearl Buttons , 3c Hooks and Eyea ..., 2c Safety Pins all size3 3c 5c Brass Pins 3c Hair Pins (wire) 2c Gray Sox ..... ,, 4c Gray Sox or Hose 7c Men's Halt Wool Sox lie Men's all Wool Soi , 19c Black or Tan Sox 7c 25c Men's Sox" 19c Black or Tan Hose 7c Fleece lined Hose ...12c 25c Fleece Lined Hose ,.i9c fancy Hose 12c 10c Children's Hose 7c 20c Tlg'er Brand Hose 12c Embnoiderles and Laoes at nearly half prlco during th's groat Surrender Sale 10c Towels each ,4C 20c Towels each ,?c 50c pure Llnon Towels oach .... ,.19c 50o Overalls or Jacke's .... ....38c $1.00 Overalls or Jacket 81c $2.50 Slickers , $1,73 $1.50 Suit Cases , 7gc $2.50 Suit Cases $1.24 $3.50 Suit Cases 1.59 '4,1,3 $3.00 Trunks, ..., $5.60 to 6.50 Trunk 3J8 Ladies 'Gripps from "35c to 65c. s les $2.00 $3.00 $1.00 89c $1.19 1.38 2.89 Men'sPants Men's)Pants Women's Department. Ladles Suits Ladles Suite Ladles Sul Ladles Tailor Made Sklrte . Hat and Cap Department. 23c 35c 15c 50c $1.50 $2.00 $3.00 $2.00 .Advantage. Furnishing: Department. 35c Mon'fi Shirts or Drawers 45c Jlon'a Shirts or Drawers ?1.00 .l&c Men's 'Caps 19c Mom's or Boys Oap3 7c Work Caps to $1.00 M3n's or Boys Caps.. 38c Mon's to 5.00Men's Pants Men's Jeans Pants all wool ,...89c Men's Corduroy Pants $1.19 $3.00 to 3.50 Mian's Corduroy Pants l.b9 COc to 75c Knee Pants .., 33c $1.00 Knickerbocker Pants 49o Men' heavy Work Coats $1.19 $15.00 $10.00 $8.00 $4.00 $51.00 ....' Skirts Shoe Department. Men's Brogan Shoes all solid Leather guaranteed at ....$1.09 $1.50 Men's Brogans ,...1.18 $1.75 Men's Stone Crushers ,1.39 $2.00 Men's all Rubber Arties ..1.G.S t-- Hats Mon's Hats J. B. S. Hate lCc to ...,19c to to to 1.23 Men's Union Suits ..78c 2.50 4.00. 3.00 79c 89 Mon's Derbys ...,.. 1.39 ....$U9' Skirts t Skirts 4.69' -Silk "Voile Skirts ....6.93 $6.00 Ladles long Coats Blkonly2.'58 $7.50 Long Coats ,.., 3.18 $10.00 Long Coats 4.64 Bear Skin Coate .., 1.0s $3.50 Misses Long Coats 1.74 $5.00 Mlssos Long Coats 2,03 ' $1.00 Blankets 49c $6.00 $7.50 $10.00 $8.93 5.39 3.C8 at 2.68 2.98 3.84 Can be confident sale wjll be a legitimate gale from start to finish. Henco all the accompanying guarantees. Besides the reputation of J. D. Reed is too well known to the community for any doubts to enter any ones mind, but that all promises made in this circular will bo fullfilled in good faith and to tholetter. To stay away from this great sale is like throwing your dollars away. TlTp rTRT TC T ' On account of the extreme Jow prices quoted on this circular, positively no goods will be sold on credit THIS MEANS ' L- Tll4, "OU! .! enormous crowds at this Sale, therefore we will ask the . nil HI - tn Ya naftnnt- u.u waa mr your "- Fv.ck vJ turn. Plenty people will be on hand to serveyou. We ask the public to promptly report all complaints as to any discourtesy shown them. We wish to strongly emphasize that his greatsale to feel perfectly at home? and tfitod wltelfi respect. I -- urnw.. TU,IJ ..: rr? PAIIENT ! The entire front of this store will be covered wjth red and whjte lettered signs and banners'wlth fhe wqrdsSURRENDER SALE printed on same. "The hour is set and the date is appointed So ' you away from this mighty "Surrender Sale." Remember the place-acr- oss the street from Cooper & Co. Livery Stable. It n th'' " k P J. D. THE NEW Reed,Prpprietpp BE STORE WAREJQF IMITATORS Hartford, Kentucky P SHSTIONS VS1DAY 3 FOR Cured SYMBOL OF PASSION SCHOOLS Splint " 5ys t Should be Run By Business Methods. R. B. jmkr 41 .Wmmmmm Cross, Thorns, Letters Puzzling Many. Splecopal church of Morriatoiwn, out an open letter ad-''lo Biahop WJlllam F of Chattanooga, Pieftldont ut APPEAR thoMolslon conference, of which the RevAjMr. Booth Is a mombjr. In the lcttcre says and Words at 'jha" ' roots ho is cutting in inmost of the evils that nre sapping th. vitality of Christianity," to and'hb girs on his own denomina- toHtayMgavo & An-dors- dst CASTORIA Ifmirl'Wl For Infants and Children. uo5j Porter "Before Church. Con-- $ "' '' vehtion of Christian , V ,Tho following paper on. "Thq In dividual Sunday School" was ind 'by Mr. R. B. Porter, of Can villa. at the Sunday Scliool fonveniton ct the Christain cturch Sunday afternoon sayB the Led tch field Gazotb. your work and work your pla-Is n, very common expression In business, circles, and it applies With equal force to Sunday Sciicol organlza Sloan's Liniment on a fine mare for splint and cured her. This makes the third horse I've cured. Have recommended it to my neighbors for thrush and they say ft is fine. I find It the best Liniment I ever used. I keep on hand your Sure Colic Cure for myself and neighbors, and I can certainly recommend it for Colic" S. E. Smith, McDonough, Ga. i. 1 have used 'Hojaflimis that - uhero is too much The Kind You Have Always Bought ALCOHOL 3 An oxtfaorddnnry stoTy of a child" preachers and marked by htij Symbols of tho Pasalon In Kllimaeh Comvont, County Mayo Is told by a pjprtssntative of tho Mayo Now s. . Cured Thrush. Mr, R. W. Parish, of Bristol, Ind.tR. No. 2, writes: "I have used . I Bel t) sSuccdS in Sunday School manage- rinnorilrla tnialtr ir ilia ftAnfa They .of, the officers and teachers. pust, In order to succeed, plan the work ahead give the samo careful thought to the needs of the Sunday i business School as the successful men. give to the devlopment of any advancement of his business interests. ,The first Sunday School I remember attending the women wore barrel hoop skirts, and the sermons were preached to tune of "Faro yon jWell brother Watkins, ah." Slnte that time the preacher has learned to keep in. touch with current events, look after the needs of Ms charge, and carefully prepare his sermons beiforo entering the pulpit, the hcop skirt has dwindled to the hobble, but we permit or rather allow, tho School to drift along the same old line. Enthusiasm Is one thing needed and that can be brought about by You must be- having confidence. ljeevo in the success of your school just like tho business man Ibolioves in his business before putting money Mnto it. Vou rarely hear of a suc- dessful business man complainirg of ;hand times or predicting the falluio of next years crop 'has confidence his business. The merchant strives to make his diplays his store more attractive, goods in a way to attract the, attention of the buyer, meets his custom- -' er with a smile as he extends tho glad hand, asks about Sally and the baby, and gives him a hearty The samo methods can be used equally, as successful in management The of Sunday Schools. Why cot? Sunday School can be made a much more attractive place than a store have a much better and larger lino of- goods and a greater variety. Wake your Sunday School different. Have something now to offer, occasionally change tho opening and closing exrcelses, make them attractive and interesting 'by having a variety of different tilings. People got tlncd of the same old" way doing things it you can't think up anything better sing a song backlwaird that will cause some of them to sit up and take notice, or at least they 'will know, you are not dead. Talk your S. S. like you talk your business, get every body else to talking 1L It creates interest and gets up Peoplo naturally like enthusiasm. to go whore there is plenty of life. P No ono likes tho idea of attending a funeral, especially his own. Take .... iwi.. InA 4hA rVn.hlnfo ,A uwg iIA U"V 41 JJtviJ UTt'i Co. and you will see the management constantly studying new business methods. They plan to make their line for the next season neater and mono attractive, always on the lookou for something new. Something different What would you think of a concern like that bonding out tho eame old goods, tho fiame old styles, In tho fame old way, Couldn't pass a two hundred pounder In a hobble, and would pile up at the first ditch. Yet wo have Sunday Schools to day thlafc uso the oW exerotees in tb,e eame old way, elng the same old songs, close the eame old way and wonder why the people take so little interest In their Hehool. Just as well tell George to "!. I lots of your Liniment for horses, and myself. It is the best Liniment in the world. I cured one of myhbrses of thrush. Her feet were rotten; the frogs came out ; she laid down I thought she most 'of the time. Would die, but I used the Liniment as directed and she never lies down In the daytime now." Tvirtfrifr should be in every stable and, applied at the first sign of lameness. You don't need to rub, it penetrates. Will kill a spavin, curb or splint, reduce wind puffs and swollen joints, and is a sure and speedy remedy for fistula, sweeney, SLOANS LINIMENT m Idpflbl I founder and thrush. Price, 50c. and $1.00 Sloan's book on horses, cattle, sheep Su-ld- ay and poultry sent free. Addrew Dr. Earl S. Sloan, Boston, Mass., 0. B. A. Jta. wtil-com- e. - and greet tihe scholars as they come Look in with a hearty welcome. after the absent ones and let them know they have been missed, tell them somethiimg of what was done or relate some little incident that happened in their class. Never grumble or tell a person he Is falling to do his duty, but tell him what a good time ho has missed and how you wish ho could have been there to have enjoyed all the good things Tho you had. Bcost your school. world likes a booster and despises a knocker. If you are just lound to I use the hammer drive nails, once entered a large department store and over in one corner l saw an unusually large crowd, it seamed as if every bedy in that end of the store was pushing to get to the same counter, walked over that way to see what was causing all the excitement back, of the counter was a large display sign that read something like this: only "For Ladles Kid Gloves Marked down to 99c" Probably marked down from a dolof lar, but it had the appearance Tho Sunday School has a bargain. Put up genuine bargains to .offer. your, sign. Just a little thought, a little time, all work together and your .works will Ibe rewarded. to-d- A girl, aged 13 has bon a iboarder In the convent for the' past threo or four years,' She is described as a doc ile, affectionate child, and is a great favorite with the nuns. About three, weeks ago one of the slstrcs haTd this child screaming during the r..'ght questioned her the and when she girl told her she had had a fear ful dream, In which she saw Christ- on tho cross and a soldier driving a lanee into His side. The nun comfort ed the child who fell nsletl. In tho nrbrning the child complain ed that her wrist and arm warosnre. On examination it was found that her forearm was marked with a cross in fed. Underneath tho cross were the letters"!. H. S." A fyw days later there appeared below the lotters a crown af htorrns. Two or three days later there appeared above the cross, and surrounded toy a scroll, tho tetters "I. N. R. 1" A few days subse quently there appeared beneath the crown of thorns alchalico surmounted by a Host sondlng forth radiations the same period in red, and after drawthere appeared a flower-shape- d ing near .which was written the word "Lilly." The marks extend from the wrist to the upper arm and have .boon examined, by Father O'Hara, P. P. Klltmagh, Dr. Madden and very many, others including several Protestants. A remarkable feature of the occurrence Is that at 3 p. m. on Friday tho stigmata bled copiously. A careful inquiry is being instituted by the authorities, who while admitting the strkingly wonderful nature of the phenomenon, refrain at present from any expression of opinion as to its origin. The occunrence( Is said to be of the clearest andmost indisputable kind. Dr. Maden and other gentlemen who have seen the marks are quite (positive that jthey are not us d. stock in Methodism y that other oifloIaJs rad to the- number- of to make fine ehowingi in th'ojrejwrts and to maintain prestlgo: thsJsTOic church has gone daffy on 'organization' and mociilnwy,' and thuslJarg ly crushvd nr.d ground out thoery Hfj of what real religion wohave had.'' After expnasing cordial porsonal esteem for Bishop Anderson, the lot-te- ri ,which is lengthy, concludes: "I"am after tho 'eystem.' I call on Methodist preachers tiexywhero who aro'jwcarj of acting as puppets' in tho toilsof a great eecXstloal machine to 'unite dn opposing the abuse and uspWnage to which tli'oy are constantly eoibject d, and to protest vigorously andMorclbly against' the oligarchy." The Rvv. Mr.Booth declares ho will carry his camraigm into every wUite In the union. watered convor-sloBSjtpx, PUR CENT a j AVcgeiauleilrparaltonforAs-slrallaiinSihcIborfantlRcijul- ling llic Sioflnchs oMBowcb of Bears the Signature of Promotes Digestlonjfirc rflJ-- l rtc ss and Rcst.Conlalns neither Opitmt.Morphinc norrfiacraL1 WOT NARC OTIC. jkdjxoroMDcSSMEimm. lUnJtaSad-jlbcSeJkcitHt&itt-jtuuS- ai na AW Y In m IHntStrd- j r Apcrfcct Remedy fbrConsfif M Use For Over nnn.aaursionkicii.uiuiiiutii worms ,Coirvulsions.t cwnsir ncss arulLOSS OF 5LEEP. racSroJc Signature of I ' No Slavery to .Work. -- Dnsklns. Va. Mrs. arv A. Vandvko. -" In. a lettf r from Deskins, 'says: "I had serious female troubles, lasting 40 days at a time. I was so weak could hardly walk, 6o I tried Cardui. Soon 1 was better. Now, I am well." If you suffer from any form of womanly pain or weakness take Cardui, tho woman's tonic. Cardui will lift you-ou- t of the misery and wearinness, caused by womanly weakness, and help- you to see the bright side of Try it. Your druggists sells life. 29tl ltti 1 ,i NEV YOK. guaranteed under th Exact Copy of Wrapper. the eiHTAtm eoMpANT, cw ton cmr. POSITIONS GUARANTEED Jan. 24. SELECT. Farmers are about done WE Her Life a Burden. Ratcliff, Tex. In a letter from Rat-clif- f, Mrs. Mattie Campbell says, "My htealth was very bad. I suffered untold misery every month, and at times I wished for death to end my suffering, for life was a burden to me. I tried Cardui, and It helped me right away. Cardui has stopped my suffering, made life woritli living, and filled my home with joy and happiness." If you suffer as Mrs. Campbell did, Cardui will certainly help you, as it did her. Why not try 29tl it? delivering Tobacco they all seem to be well pleased with the prices received. Air. Guy Ranney and family of Simmons visited Jlr. C. AV. Itanney and family from Saturday till Tuesday. Prof, and Jlrs. J. Alex Rhoads who haivo ben visiting friends and rela tives hero for several days havo returned to their homo at Cromwell. Prof. Oscar Stewart has moved back home after an absence of six months where he has been teaching behool at Rickets. Mr. Jno. H. Stewart who has been quit,ji"k Ir. Improving new. fr. Jno. Il Miller delivered two loads ol tobacco nt Morgantown last week he' received 8 and 9 cents per pound. Bubert Faught and family visited Mrs. Faughts parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Leach of Graham a few daysthis week. Mr. F. E. Keown of Central City was in town recently an business. will GUARANTEE you a position ir you us real soon. We need many mora at once to supply tbe onormoua demand for our graduates. As soon as we got tbo required number of students this ofler will be withdrawn. So write at once for particulars. $ofeP) OEO. W. SCTIWAIITZ FRiNoiPAi. BUSINESS COILEGE l...ro.W.., ESTAnUBnr.n mo4 I.OTJISVIt.Tj'n. KY. For Sale Peal Estate! - B0 Acres of the finest Rough river bottom land located three miles west of Hartford. About 20 acies In cultivation. Good dwelling and out buildings. A bargain for $1,250. 16,806 Committed Suicide in 1910. Featuring the fact that during tho Americana made public gifts the Chicago Tribune prints a lengthy complation of ibenef action, suicides disasters and fires. The suicide record for 1910 In Amer ica shows 16,80C victims as compared with 10,230 in 1909. Physicians head tho llbt of ponfcssional mne. Tho loss of life In general disasters America last year was a followb: Drowning, 5,112; fires, 3,562; mines, 1,004 storms.eS; explosions 951; electrical 189; lightning, 199; asphyxiation, 239; ulovaliors, 112; automob'les, year 1910 of J141.604.338, !.. CASTOR I A Infants Tor and Children. The Kind You Hava Always Bought , Bears the Signature of MCMU 920. What Newspaper is Not. ed about $25,000,900 $8,000,000 in 1909. Embezzlement during tho year total as compared with "J. It A newspaper is in no sense a special child of charity. It earns tiwlce over every dollar it rJcelvea and It Is second to no enterprise in contributln to the upbuilding of a community. Its pairpBs reap far more ibenefits Croin its pages than Its publishers, and In oakling for the support of the community in wfhloh it is published It asks for mo more than generally it Patronize and help reeelvti less. your paper as you would any other eatwpji&e because it helps you, and 'dolt pjot as an act of charity. Rtch-las- d The up to date Sunday School ha Ga. Georgian. , a corps of officers and teachers hat .- --- work. They take an interest In the Caught in the Rain. meet at least onco each week ,aud Douehwvllle, Tex. "Five years ago, plan, the work, prepare the lesson, tedy the bst raotibods of teaohlug I was caught in the rain at 'the iwritcn Edna Rutherford, (Juet, like the Uachers in tho mod- wng time,'' ,4and from that thne, school) Hd endeavor to present of Douglasville, em was tJ.e with dumb chill and the 1WH te a aaaner that ,he adv suffered more than 1 can efcwe wflLgo ow 4iBry foVipore tOl. I triad every thlftg 'that 1 thought knowleJe'o the hlStee koafc The wrid top, and had feur doctors, otfeers are always mi m got bo relief. I wok Cardui, tha . WW Jer sew wmI better wejaa&'g to&Ac. Now, I feel better work la the ujitajjiatlw their ibaa la aaway moths." Cardul 4om wy they do Uwlr bmsftw. ' OMU)lT afea dow It wJl. That's ot' the hew ii& owMt ef-M ywe'&f dummm. V are always at the iwteeJ, taa-m- e To many, winter Jb a soason of toes and Tjhe frost-bitte- n trouble. fingers, chapped bauds and lips, chils, red and rough skins blains, prove this. But such troubles fly before Bucklen's Arnica Salve. A trial Doavlncosj Greatest healer of Burns, Bolls, Piles, Cuts, Sores, Bruises, Eczema and Sprains. Only 25c at all drtiggslte. m cold-eore- Ends Winter's Troubles. ad Tod Much System in the Churches, Knoxvllle, Tenn., Jam. 31. The Jlov. Henry Spencer Booth, who has resigned as pastor of the Centenary Methor We have 4C0 acrs of fine bottom land from one and a half to two with miles of Hartford, jiart of it an timber. Also about 75 acres of 'uplhelps hurts, but It won't cure FOR FLETCHER'S aching tooth, wonn't wake a marred and belonging to tbe uame tract. 1 one look like its old belt. Takes a Terms easy. experienced dentist to do skillful, ISO Acres of land two miles south CERALV0. that. Get all the sympathy you Ja-25. Little Miss Ethel Robert- can, but for real relief and good of Rosino on a free delivery route out son, Pond Run, Is visiting her aunt dental work make on appointment of Beaver Dam. 30 acres bottom land Mrs. J. H. Wood. with us for the practical way of get- about 20 acres timber land and tho Five .Mr. Beech Blackburn ,as In Evans-vlK- e ting your teeth in fine shape. Best rest of it fairly good upland. two the first of tho week. crown and bridge work In this town room frame, two story hoube, Misses Will Curtis and Harry Balls or any town. Teeth extiaoted with barns and good tenant house. Splenhmv pnnn tn Rvarnsivillo. out pain. All work guaranteed. Tele did orchard, never falling well in yar and horse lot and spring in easy reach! JIrs.jEmma B. Fulkerson Is visit- phone 218. of tho house. In good repair. Must ing friends and relatives at Island DR. H. J. BELL, bo sold and will be sold at a bargain. Station. DENTIST, Mr...Merweathcir Richardson BowA new one and one-na- if story tramo ling Green visited friends here a few Olfice in Republican Bldg. 11 artf ord, Ky. building with five rooms and large daysA,cgo. .recptieon hall, built out of tho best Mr.Ben Graves has sold his farm selected material. Situated on Clay to Mr. Ed Curtis and with his family moved" to Rockport. Fredrlca streets, Hartford, Ky. I and Lot 60x205 feet Fine well of soft water. All necessary out buildings. Kill More than Wild Beasts. nnnctlnED AND OCFENDEO..RJindno,1l Terms reasonable. Apply to The number of ieoplo killed yearly J rt 2rlc, how lo cuuln nutnu, tiw) wukp, I BARNETT & FOSTER, by wild beasts don't approach tho I OTnvriL'htA. tic- - IM All nnllNTHICS. Hartford, Ky. Itmlars' aireciv.ua YO!ingiex win vastnumber killed by disease germs. momy attjcjxn itfaim. No life is safe from their attacks. Inlringement rracuce uoumicij. Patent ind At Write or Mmi to Thoy.'fo in ari, water, duat, oven OJJ HlaUk Stmt, opp. VnlU4 Ut htnt Offlt, WASHINGTON. D.C. food. But grand pretention is afforded by Electric Bitters, which destroy I That's the way to describe the wideand expell these deadly dskaso germs spread demand for chills, fromjjthe .system. That's why I Walter Wallman's fever and ague, all malarial and many I Great Booh bUcofr'aiseasos yield promptly to thU purifier. Try iixnm, wonderful blood and n)oy the glorious hoaVth and Ono critic a)l It a "asclnnttnK recnow strength they'lll glvo you. MonKIWBETS BULBS SUCCEEDS ord of scientific odventura"; another ey back, if not satisfied. Only 50c .SPECIAL OFFER-- ' compares It to "a wt(t sailing ship, wit " M.J l hn It t New HttftUeu. i. m Sclcnco at tho helm, and Adventure In ' trial will snkltM vou a, DAnnAnunt CU. ' at aU. druggists. your inm hp. HAiitfiurtlan iniATLnteed or the foretop"; wllll another hayn that ' ttumAvittfamietL ' "It brlKtlcs with adventur,and Is brimSoavair -." . U ful of education In aviation.'' Anyhow, r tia iUMarMieini ww vm htmim. rwiw ui. It Is a great seMer, as euih day's orders Jtm lltn.rnii lVit.il Imium. bkkAl POSITIONS' -, Dnl Ttf, rm TvHr. TmWm rPMU In RinIiwshow. GCYOtJitl'V Children Cry SYMPATHY C ASTO R A n I I i, MM Going Like'.Wildfire BULBS' Hn.-.-- THE AERIAL AGE Colledloa?..' r- V W w; lout bt we 'd &?sdiGfvin&tJffiedJ ?&iti&tit, 'GneeajSO'. 222229to Wir - Anezsis- -ycrifTi Jyjetst7tess7Trmfsifsi , 77sA0eir'sty 7cc4rMerAf Plentiful "all (h&p- - WrHe I I if to-- ay ' kiifiki iumL fcffVatH. pun aipim, vnw im bulk uJ ru mWUHmwi, wwwwwn D3BCBINT4 ' " w. Mtailoa . INN ittPmeer tkUwilM 1 1 !' Ml . iWHrt MNI IM JMI ifWl MIH IWIWMJWWH "& nt Wi PWJiW Wiwaunr,u V1 AGENTS WANTED your application for ex Snd elusive territory, with SS cents fur 33 Pukq agent's prospectus mul succesHful soiling canvass. Diduct the ?S cents from your ftrat reinlttunce for 6 or to-d- inore books. Address, ' m&mcrAM0 mmmmmmmmmx A. R. KELLER & C,0 27U Uarbrldge liulhllnv and M0i Ht., ' jwff -- ?? && orM. aeu Broadway NtnV f, YOItlt. , , 'i S f,SU ,' 'I 'f Hartford Republican. Baterrd ttnwng t taw nt Ox Pi Swttefd, Kj M mil mntttr ( 1h O. M. BARNETT IEY FOSTER' him Christ, HoraM of U tk head of Uto great ieol Tfca foNowlBg in from Mm Hartford 1, 1911. "The ncMghwo ' ewivtstlose or ef a mm afcaald have no Ft. litical office. His ability, hie qiwli- flestons, embrace the question at Is to sue. Ocr civil institutions guarantee Address All communlcationa that f ry man shall bo permitted The Hartford Republican. to wot .r) C.fcd according to Us bwn conciex.. ', flmd wo should ouch al.4 O. low each others his haWowed privipMrnbtrlahA.,,.-..- ) lege, whether in private walke Qf life or in administration of public office." FRIDAY, FEBRUARY, 3. J. ..tdltori ant Proprietors dlret. 'benrJeg aaaa Ma raee for po- Here's a Piece of Good News FOR EVERYBODY WHO HAS A MONEY-SAVIN- G i v INCLINATION "Whenever tho Democratic party con codes the propriety of protootion l'or any Idem, tt abandons free trade and admits that the Republican position Is Bound. Protection may be high or medium, but It differs fundamentally from free trade. Will Discuss Pension Bill. "Washington, Jan. 28. Represtai-tatlv- o John W. Langley, of the Tenth eon-teatlo- na and 2ath. At the tamo thne tie State Board of Dlreotors of the American Sooioty of Equity will convene to take necessary stops to promote the latreosts of the organization. 24, be hold Tie Stato Farmers' Institute will at Mi. Sterling, Ky., Feb., 23, which , lasr Momiuj convened at nominated Mr. Commodore Holmon, of ". . The Republican ' licnVeJ1 convention Do-In- ,Butler County for the Sjata. .fctTate. Mr-Holmon la a "We understand a excellent ability and is man of thorough Republican In every respect. The convention also endorsed President Taft and Senator Bradley for and went on record as favoring Judge O'Rear for the Republican nomination for .governor, to all rf which wo say AMEN. Argus, writing for the Louisville Herald, gives the senior editor of this paper credit for the adoption of (resolutions in Ohio, Muhknburg and Butler Counties favoring the nomination of Judge O'Rear for the Republican nomination for Governor. Well, the gentilaman referred to Is not ashamed to take full responsibility in the However matter. the sentiment is so unanimous in this section that it did not require any very great effort, or loss of time to .bring It bout. If Argus does not (believe this, let ihim make a trip down hero and Inquire for himself. Kentucky District, one of ithe moat consistent advocates of additional pension legislation in Congress, has been invited to appear before (he Senate Committee on Pensions next Monday to .present his views regarding certain proposed amendments to the SuUoway bill, which recently pass ed the House and Increase the rato of civil war soldiers as follows. Flfileen dollars at 62 years of age $20 at C7, 25 at 70 BEjd 75 years at ?36. The committee is favorably dlspised to aanending the bill so as to make the highest $30 a month and to make all wd over the fJ3iff tf.70. y beneficiaries of this rate. Represen tative Langley Intends to urge .the com mlttee to extend the pension laws to state and militia organization iwhlch aided in the suppression of tho jvjbel-lio- n with the Federal In troops, although he has little hopes of action at tihis sjaslon. He persocaly favors a dollar a day pension for all veterans of the war, regardless of age, who are totally and without adequate means of support. lis-abl- ed Qur toiar line. Profit-Shari- ng Sale is Now On! profit-sharin- lot of you have been looking forward to. A sale of High Grade Merchandise offered to you at prices you will be glad to pay. We have marked down our fail and winter stock away below the g We have bought every big bargain we could find in An event which a the whole-sal- e markets in order to make this the most attractive sale proposition we have ever had, and we have succeeded; you will say so when you see our showings. Your success lies in you appropriating these good things to your personal v.se. Are you going to do it? At' this time of year, when your time is least valuable, are you going totfail to make a few dollars by not attending this sale? Itfwill do you good if you don't buy a dollar's "worth. The hustle and bustle will put new life,in you and you wil"leave here with a determination to hae some. money to spend '" the next time that Barnes' Store has a sale. TJhe benefit is hot all yours. While you make the money, we make a lot of good friends?" Fvery sale makes us some new customers, and we want you and everybody else to comeAto this sale, i S r OLATOrV ' jm i Feb. 2. Bro. Shields of Beaver Dam conducted a six days meeting at the Olaton Baptist church and rebunned Ifyou haven't seen our big ad., drop us "a card and we will mail you one. Better still, gK home on Saturday night Much Interest was manifested In the meeting tofthe store and the merchandise will speak ior itself. come and Bro. Shields was given the pastorship of the church far this year. tMr. D. B. Payton made a 'business trip to Dundee on Saturday. Miss Maymee Cooksey was here from the country Saturday night and Sunday the guest of her fnlenid Miss Nora Patterson. Miss Sudo Felix left Monday morn- The position taken .by this paper ling for Fordsvlile to he tho guest of with reference to unnecessary activi- her sister, Mrs. A. J. Wilson while ty on the part of certain 7B (gone, she will also visit her sister Mrs. Sammie Daivldson, Barretts Fer- atfcempt.to make capital out of the Ending of a, mare's nest has been com , Mr. J.1 L, F. Allen? is having some rad, i . mended by the bist citizens of Ohio', . , ... County. . .... This paper has eo desire' ... , , xu auuiuuu wj luns awl whatever ito do or favor anjiihlng In vj lAiuuiu house. the matter, except for the best interhad of the missing man. Mr. Bill Fajught loft on Saturday Commonwealth Docket February ijQm'fln. vs. Jesse ests of our own people in Ohio CounClasebler. The disappearance of Mr. Head has for Olitlc, Indiana where too .will FORDSVILLE MAN 4779 Com'th. vs. ty. 16 has no axe to grind and is not Joe Snider. Term Ohio Circuit Court. baffled not onlv his family, but his mak bills home with his grand-daug- h 4780 Com'th. vs. seeking ito promote the interests of ter, Mrs. Arthur Watford. many friends as well. He was amain Will Hendrickson. Mr. FIRST DAY. 4781 Com'th. ya. anyone either politically or financially Mattle Boswell. of exemplary habits and his disapFaught has been a resident of Ola4782 Com'th. vs. In this maftber. We want, no more Herman Hatcher.. pearance has mystified the entire 4605 Com'th. vs. Roy Elder. ton for a number of years and his nu4606 Comth. vs Joe Elder. bank failures or business failures in merous neighborhood of Tordsville. friends here regret that he Ohio County than can be avoided, What to Wear. Mr. R. D. Head, son of tho mlsslnc 4658 Com'th. vs. Sherman SIsk, et al. neighborhood! they can be avoided or post- - has left our and if George Head Not Heard father is bookkeeper at 'the United 4661 Com'th. vs. Charles Condor. Mrs. Fred Faught was" in Beaver Married in white, joned in any instance without increas- Dam Thursday States National bamJt and conflnmed 4662 Com'th. vs. Lee Fulkeraon, et nl and Friday the guest You've chosen all right ing the losses, at some future day, it of From For Week. the report to an Inquirer reporter that 4673 dqm'th. vs. Owen Wells, et al. her mother, Mrs. Hallle McDanlel 4683 Com'th. to. Ira Pillows. is our firm ibeliei that tills course Married in gray, his father had he-e- missing since Mon --should be adopted In every Instance FORDSVILLE. You'll go for away. day night, January 23. Mr, Head also 4693 Com'th. vs. Graver Morris, et al. hy ttoe people who have it in their Feb. 1. Prof. McHenry Rhoads suje Left Home to Go to Owensboro-- - said that his family believes that his 4696 Com'th. vs. Ernest James, et al. power to aid or break down any of Married in. black, father had been rofofoed and possibly 4699 'Com'th. vs. Paul Cooper. visor of High Schools of the State of Family Fear Foul these institutions. You'll wish yourself back. Kentucky lectured at College Hall Frimurdered for when he left home he 4706 Com'th. vs. Pleasant Walker. 4714 Com'th. vs. Cornelius ' L. Wilhad about $250 on his person, and no Dispatches report that Congreseonan day evening to a large and appreciaPlay. Married in red. liams. onehasiboen able to assign any reason tive audience. JL Y. Thomas, of the Third District, You'd better be dead. why he should nothajvo returned home 4716 Com'th. vs. Geo. Simpson. liaa initroduocd a bill dn the House of Seventeen todk examination for county diplomas here Friday and SatConcerning the disappearance day, unless he has met with 4719 Com'th. to. Hubert Meffond. of the next Bepreecntathts providing- for 0 NaMarried dn green, 4722 Com'th. ,to. Jeff Burden. tional Park at tho Mammoth Cave. urday. Prof Hoagland had charge of George Head, a merchant Df Fords- - foul play In Owensboro. Ashamed to" be 'seen. , vllle, the Owensboro inquirer sal's: It has just leaked out that while In 4728 Com'th. vs. Rufua BartletU TWb improvement should have the same. 4730 Com'th. vs. Clarence Rowe. ge Head one of the best ttfawir Owensboro Just foefore Christinas Mr. Mr. Morton Holbrook of WMtesrHl hearty support of all Kentucklans. Mawied.ln Wue, men of Ohio county and who untUVre- - Jlead was held up and robbed of $135, 4731 Com'th. ys. Lusty Rogers. Just why tills most remarkable won- was in town Sunday, You'll always be true. 47.33Com'th. vs. Flelden Turner. Miss Irene Whittinghlll of Shxev! cemtly has been conducting a Bmall.mut tho matter was k!pt a secret der of all the world should be alMarried in pearl, at his home at Fordsville, hp lievlng that the guilty parties wculd 4734 Com'th. vb. Luther Bruce. lowed to go for all these years with- visited frends and rleatvee here Sat 4737 Com'th. vs. Hubert Balls. You'll live in a whirl. ed from his home. His be finally apprehended out any .effort, to make It accessable urday and Sunday. It is feared by Mr. Head's fanillv 4738 Com'th. vs. Warren Kelly, Rev. J. T. Lewis conducted exer- 'Whereabouts are unknown and his and comfortable for the thousands of Married in yellow. family have grave suspicion tho ho that he hasaet wtSi violence at tho 4739 Com'th.ys.Cleve(orClIntj Smfth. eminent people who visit it yearly from cises at College Monday morning. Ashamed of tho fellow. Carl (alias Crowds hands of peraous who knew that ha 4740 Com'th. WX' County Attorn oy C. E. Smith was haa been foully dealt with. all quarters of the globe is a mystery Fox. In town Friday. had a sum of money on his person as lmost fathomless as the tnytbitery of JUr. Head has a wife and a family of Married in brawn, 4741 , the ave. , With the national govern- - Mr. Quint Kelly, from near "Whites- - seven children moat of whom are all efforts to locate him or even get 4744 Com'th. vs. Bud Taylor. You'll live oufof Com'th. vs. Anderson Young. any trace of him after he boarded tho jnent owning and controlling this pro vdlle moved to town last week to re grown. Ho is a man about CO year of train at Fqrdsvlllo have proved fu- 4745 Com'th. vs. Anderson Young. perty as a national park, accomoda--lion- s, main during school term. He occu- age and has always had the In ipkA, 4746 Com'th. vs. Gilbert Tatura, et for visitors and faculties for pies Mr. Fred Cooper's lfouset al. and admiration of those who kqew tile, although tho 'family is still ton Your splrks ,wiU sink. 4747 Comth. vs. Gilbert Tatum et reaching the place will be made tho Mr! Wallingham's family Falls of him. He has been conducting a gen tlnuiog efforts in tho hope that some al. venyy best possible, and the number of Rough moved to town last week to eral (merchandise business at Fonds- - clew as to his whereabouts may be 4748 Com.'th. vs. Lusty Rogers. 4749 Com'th.. jys. Lusty Rogers. Specials at visitors will be largely increased from send their children to school. ivlllo and has always enjojod a liberal obtained. 4750 Com'th. vs. Herman. Hatcher. year to year. This is not a political Immense' qualities of tobacco ibeing share of the patronage Df his homo SCHROADERiS CASH 6B0CERYr question, and every true Kextucklan delivered here now. Two large houses people. On lost Monday aftercbop, he , APPEARANCES. .Cheap Clubbing Rates. faoild 'lend his aid in an effort to filled to over flowing. Three hundred told his wife that ho .was coming to SBCOND DAY. We have made an arrangement wltl seeare governmental control pf the and fifty thousand pouwdjj has he-eQwensboro to pay off a few small WW, the publishers HAKTFOHB. of the Inland Farmer, 4755 Comth. vs. Wttl MoW. Shipped oay, mum moth Caw property. that he owed, "faKludlng one to the F. of Louisville, whereby we are enabled 756 Com'th, vs. Chester Fentress. Extra fine eating Potatoes' per lew Mai'trlculates in High School: T. Gunther G'rocery company, and buahal". IS THIS K CHANGE OF HEART? Byron Smallwood, Shreve, Claude while hero he would purchase ere to' furnish The Hartford Republican 4757 Oom'th. vs. Herman Young. ..'",... ...75c 4758 Com'th. vs. Joe Wilson. Arbuakle's 'Coffa par U ..",1....28a following is taken from Vbecol-uhi- Freze, Reynolds Wayniond Richards, goods for h4a store. Accordingly Mr. aad that paper one year for $1.50, 4759 The Com'th. vs. Walter SuUeJiger. The Inland Farmer is a weekly JourGood Roastad Ceae pw Vb ...'soc of the Hartford Herald, of Aug- Reynolds, Clarence Royal, Reynolds, Head took, the lllimJote Central train nal and one of the best farm papers 4760 ComVh, vs. Nabanlol, Ward. Brooaw, 4 string, aw!a gee ,30c. Clarence Burdett, Reynolds, Walter for this city, which? arrived in 0.w&-bor- o ust. 26th, 1908. published in the United States. Our 4761 Com'th. vs. Joe Snider. s. JStaadard Oraavlatad . SuBurdett, Reynolds Marshall Crowe, "The Republican press is wry at 4:45 o'clock. This w'fMT'a. readsrs ,shbuld take.v advabtoge of .4.7,6.2 .Com'th,. ..vsTomVaiker. gar ...... ,...,. that nothlcg be 'bajd ahout Adaburg, VJncnte Crowe, Adaburg, last tkne that Mr. Head was ever sen ,th.i t.. ....(, ..jLOOt ' ' ' 1" otter. Iti 4TaComJth.'vs.,,ReyItoa.Sutllaager. Ii4a LinJiVPWAlb 4Bdidate Taft's religion. 'IffK'y have Roseau Crowe, Adaburg, Sallle Crowe, in Fordsville. Inquiry at ail thVhe-te-ls 'WrOamjt'th. vsPayfon Sullfingar. i .. ,- t- ' ,, . pafaoBdjLaad,tpar.tt) n win lag but abuse for those who A. Wedding, Adaburg, George Nor-ri- e, iin ihtt city fall to phow thai Mr, lie 4766 iCom'th. vs. John Joss. 'Metfee te Creditors. c h BaMMLauMlry Soap wHitd simply inquire as to what &. Deanfield, A. . Baugla, Magan, Head registered or took lodaiag- In " ' ' 4766 Cojn'bt. vb. to " ohm rsK-- i seat Tomatoas burch Mr. TaSt belongs. Few persona Mae)te Debruler, Trlsler, Rosa Brown, Oweschord on that al&fet, Befora leav Creditors of 'tnd Ohio Coanty 4767 Com'th. va. Tom Walkar. Jeat earn i" " nrriTi r Mr. Taft on account of his Bertie Brown, Jessie Carden irWog-to- n, ing home he 'told bta wife tihat ia'the Bank will pla4i0ag-toward- 1 u-- i and 476 Com'th. vs. Hraast WWtw. 3 taxes Caaltal Parlor Mary Bhwoh Qn(goherrg, Itan- - event he did sot get through wJaVWs wm iu .mtfglous views from Uhe layman's Matoaa.,ia ij. m Hiy 4766 Comth. vs. Beaa'M iwwtfiwmiiw, 3 vmlmam Oateaal " .. srtaMeoMK. But the. luibHc has a. ter, Ark.rJosph Bran, "WhHwvlile, buslaesa that vienliiK-- he wouM''at paryaae- - and the dealre M4 avarybody uv com'Ui. rtlj.Tt&uy i Mr. FranK Cftnitbarg, Whlteville, Orda ratarn, heie until Tusday mtiintmr oarfont rJht to know whether wtth the baak to tuuve tin uim'ta. vs. BdWWan Lawraacs. Wata fawdaw 4 '.ftrft's 'Views sJeDgttiIs'yBe-a- s along JkaUA, PoyyYjArij, fjraise Whit- - Nctjhtep was tbeuebt of- - the matter ' deo)ard to tike dtaoaitera as 4772 Com'th. ya. BaawaU ...H Lawwaci iWa sail ior aaah. Have as aa-,i- Y rra to tb popular tM Mr; Head failed to return hamAfey saataMy w Waaltle t XkI0m:'!Hy&U. Mhl ttt 47T8 Com'th. w. Waitrillaafesr. T.. it V siva atafic Mrs, aa4 sail ilw' American spirit, m AVadnaaday orniD. aad tfcav .,' daa unlaw erdUrs of tha bask 4TT4 CaaaHk. va. Jatea Jeaaa. . kJUu-.'N'm:- . 4boA3AllAr ll lar Jate proitosMd Imkam A Jlnnnrul .haul es4 of MCh, J-Jk iuiimiu miCTrimi Wtopw' will assist by bvmUbk r' ell- - 477 Ca'tfSi. Jafca'Jaaag. ". pamUtW aao Do, tie abrMfan P- tiaU(W was at eaaa- - bgtiB,vatTiAa4jp Woiw, 477C Cmk. ve, j i MMffl ' w .1 nliiiiatKa.yr "iklUAJVIftA trannirhnlliT rir - & JMfMftwaet a HA1L M0 Wf .Atf A. K. rXim, AMtfBM. 47T7 v. (Mbart WrJait. SALE CLOSES FEBRUARY 4 If ft ft ft P. BARNES & BROS., Beaver Dam, Kentucky. 1 I, ' 9 I . 44444444fc4H4 DISilPPEAItS -- a be-sto- re V town-Marri- I ed i ' ' bs 18-to- ,' - Buok-'WJIso- . 1 " ,...c .....,.. oaBtd k; dlv-fcfea- ds TWs-'eaawe- M n"I - ' thsa i Ca'a. wwran WAOTIIX- -i her It Mm. B. W. Ford to quM btom on Marin.' Mvttk. U you Ml to corao ito U. n W.'l be a Mg Kum-Dow- thfil MfiJohn Hjm has raovod y on the rnrflroad. Wfccn S, Cwaon's como down to Uio Saloii KMip to U s. Cnreon's grocery. for you. n Mck Foft-?roivrtJ10-- at !) ? LOOKOUT Watch! FAIR Wait! . i Mrs. F. L. Follx will return Itomo Ihiii wcc4c from a. viilt wld rc:UV8 apor.t,Suu!ay with his wife, ruturn- ta Monday mornlnc. at Louisville. Mr. Raymord Phillips and family No other sale like the one at Barnard & Co's. Don't all to cranio have mo xl Into Judgo J. E. Foglo's prcerty en Contfr street. 2ft2 down. MfA Je3 Don,'t bo persuaded to buy until Hoover was in Fords Sale at Fairs' Fobru. vlllo Wcdn;sday looking after the hte Kum-D,o29t2 ary 8th. interests of the Hartord BotUIn One-heprico on Ladlts' Coat Works. Carson -- Si !e Co.'s I BIO- i COME DOWN SALE &.C0.S BIG ickols Dimes and Quarters do double duty spent at our 5, 10 and 25 cent counter. Messrs. Claud-- Webb and Jaanjcs .28$ HARTFORD GROCERY CO. ithla ofiflci T. Davis were callers at Wednesday. Cciucty AfUorzuy O. fi. Sml'h vlslt-t- d te aunt at Fonlsvlllo Saturday, Read every word cm Uio big cirSale, leaving later for a business trip to cular about Fairs' Kum-Dow- n Oweneboro. 2Dt2 February 8th.X Miss Boji ha Laich and Miss Mary Mrs. Gal P. Kown and daugh'ttir, Miss Alice, aro visiting relativis In E. Marks, who are teaching at visited relatives here Satur, Owensboro this week. day and Sunday. Buy Furniture at a Come-Dow- n Thd Cheapest Place of Earth to buy price during our sale. and Cloaks, Down Sale. Su'its aC ry Fairs' ICum 29t2 Kum Down on February 8 and attend a sale 29t2 "Come-Down- PARSON fe. Kum Down SALE! WEDNESDAY, . Prices " every thing at Iler's Grocery for one week only. February 8 to 15. 2at2 Scores of remarkable values In our now 5, 10 and, 25 cent Department. 28tf HARTFORD GROCERY CO. Remember that Cleve Iler's Gro cery Is going to have a great "Come February 8 to from Down" Sale 15. all lclnds of The OHIO will bo on & CO. Seeds. COUNTY SUPPLY CO. that shall stand as a record breaker for time to come. Watch for the big Double Header Ad., which will be brought 2fttf Hartford, Ky. a Mr. B. "W. few days Si:wrart7Sclect, spent last iwc4 tho guest of O'Ban-nc- his. daughters, Mesdamts. J. W. and R. E. Duke, city. Mr. J. A. BUbro, 111 n is quite 28t2 Come-Dojw- n of Taylor Mines, home of his wife's parents, Mr. and Mrs S. A. Bratcher. Mrs.'Bilbro and baby are also here. at the When you come to the Call for Pasco Old Fashioned Lye U. S. Carson's gro- Hominy. San&tary Highest quality. cery and you will find Just what you tdBS." . Prico &amo as others. Sae, Come UP to right to your door by one of our representa tives. , want Mr. A. V. Rowan, of Hoflln, and Mr. Thomas Tanner, city, were call- 2914 PARSONS & .SCOV1LLE, QO. Mrs. John T. Baize, of Render iwko has been visiting her daughter Mrs. ers at The Reipubllcan office Wed- Ben Davis, near Sunnydale for toone-tim- o nesday. re'urned home yceterday. Nuts, Candies, Cakes and Fruits Try a can of Pasco Corn and noof all kinds at the City Restaurant tice the difference. It's real sugar all of the time. Tate and Tate, pro- Corn. Costs no more than others. 2Gt4 prietors. PARSONS & SCOVILLE, CO. 29t4. We have for sale 'tMctly pure iNpw 'Hart Brand Pons are tha finest in Orleans Molasses, right from the plan the .world. Don't take our word for it tation. but try a can and be conivlnced. HARTFORD GROCERY CO, 29t4 PARSONS & SCOVILLE, CO. The Hyjpatlan and Adolphlan Liter Mr. V. M. Stewart, of Dundee, is ary Societies of Hartford College will visiting relatvels near Hartford and give an open seaslSn on Friday even atvBoaver Dam. He will visit hero I V ing February 25. about a month (before returning- - to 11 Tr 1 .viAnM 1wn m..1 - Dundee. air;1 j. j. irjx, uii biwc, iuxs nuchased the Stewart residmco .properMessrs. C. C. Dennis, Beaver Dam, ty, that is occupied hy Rev. A. .lJ Will Hill, Ceralvo; P. A. Moxley, Williams and family. NoOneek, and R. W. King anid C. L. Guess at the number Of dotson Elliot, olty Wiero among our callers our big balloon during tho Kum-Dow- n Saturday. Sale. You may get the $3.50 Mrs. H. E. Mischke axd little son Mrs. W. C. Sohlemmer Is sick this . 2tt2 Rug Fairs' give away. retflrndMonday from a two wewks week. Try for ?5.00 in Merchandise FREE visit at'EvansvlIle. They were accomExclusive sale of Beaiver Bam Largest lo&d of women Friday, Feb- panied home by Mr. Mischke, I who meat shop. Flour at our FRIDAY, FEBRUARY, 3, ruary 10th, at Barnard & Co's. Mill-En- d joined tnom Saturday. SANDERFUR & QO. 24tf 29t2 Sale. and Come-Dow- n Rev.' Cecil Stevens, of Louisville, me Beaver Dam Flour found only In LMr.-Sydn- ey IlIlnolsCentralRallroad-TlWilliams was in Con- - yislted his. mother, Mrs. Laura Stev- Hartford at Sanderfur & Co's meat Table. &ns, Saturday and Sunday, and Sun24fcf. shop. the "Come Down" sale that la to be day ndght delivered an excellent serAt Beaver Dam Ky. The best meal you ever saw for a held here from Feb. 8 to 15. mon at tho Baptist Church. quarter Is served at the City Res- K Bring your wagon to Iler's Grocery HonlH Boned. NarIN BnuDit. Messrs. Cal. P. Keown, R. B. Mar26t4 No.l.T dDll:S5a.m. taurant. No.lSS due 4 OS a m. lahy time from February 8 to 15 and tin and J. Ney Foster attended the No. 101 dne 2:48 p.m. No.lKauelJ.28p.ro. "We commence delivery of meat at get the biggest bargains you ever saw No. 181 due 8.15 :. m Republican Convention of the Seventh o.lOSilae S:8 p.m. g. 5:30 -- a. m. , J at the "Come Down" Sale , 28t2. Senatorial District, which met At ( SANDERFUR & CO. 24tf Dam', Monday'aiftornicon. Mr .Walter 'Parks left .Wednesday' fBcaverit M. H. & E. Railroad Time Table All kinds of fresh and cured meats, to attend the district meeting of Now ds the season to buy Poultry at Hartford, Ky. staple groceries, c, at lowest prices. the American Society of Equity that Feed. Buy an HONEST FEED. QuakSANDERFUR & CO. is in session at Owesnboro, 24tf this er Hem 'and Chick feed Is-- the clean-esi- t. Time table offeatlve 'Sunday Dew. 4th, contains the following schedules: and ibast on ithnmarkot. Mrs. Mayworth Barnard, who has week. No. 112 North Bound due 7:29 a. m. been quite 111, has recovered and Dr. A. B. Riley, who 'has lived on vt4 PAnsdNf? & scxiviLle. CO. dally except Sunday. Clay street for several years ntar able to be out Mr. George Barakat, formerly in No. 114 North Bound due 3:40 p. m. R. D, Walker's, has moved into the Bargain-Guvln- g One week of General the dry goods business in. thJs ciity, daily except Sunday. property recently vacated by Rev, but now of Louisville, arrived Wedat Fates' Kum Down Sale. Wright. No. 116 South Bound due 8:55 a. m. 29fc2 nesday and will spend tho remainFebruary Sth ,to 15th. except Sunday. dally Br-Thomas, Improved Stock and der of the week here. Mrs. Baraiknt Mr. Joe Tate, of trie City Retau No. 113 Soutti Bound due 1:46 p m. dally 'except Sunday. rant, transacted business In" Beaver Poultry- Remedy, and Hog Powder Is visiting relatives at Central City Every package guaranteed. Sold by and McHenry. Dam, Mpdnay afternoon. H. E. MISCHKE Apt W. E. ELLIS, The Froduce;Mari,i Miss Lydla Morton left Thursday Mrs. J. D. Berry, of near Palo, who Hartford, Ky. for Cincinnati, wheno fihe will spend has been stricken with Paralysis for Messrs. A. V. Roman, Willis Hef-- a few Mrs. W, M. Fair Is on the sick list. .weeks getting the spring nty-llama time Is no bdtter. Nin and Bryce Heflin, of HefUn, Ky., in millinery, before luavhig for Mr. W.'T. Keown, of Reynolds, was Fairs' and A. R. Plrtle and son, of Owens See line Big Balloon! in Alabama, where she will trim this a caller Friday. ' Guess. window. How many dots?. boro, have returned from a prospect- year. This is Miss Morton's second 29t2 You may get the $3.50 Rug Mr. E. O. Stewart,' of Beaver Dam, ing trip to Arkansas. year in tho South. F7"Waiiace, of NoOreek, has Monday. ' . Mr. S. was a caller Como-DowPrices on every artiMr. 'John P. Foster, of NoCreek, Eeverythlng nice any up to date at purchased a residence frtxm Mr. Ray- cle of merchandise. Remember the has purchased tho store house and mond Phillips, In East Hantfond. 26t4 City Restaurant. the dates 8th to 15th of February. No ,Ebll-llp- s Mrs. Marshall, of Breckenrldge ooun-t- y time extended Just those datos only. residence, which Mr. Raymond Mr. A. C. Acton, of Olaton, (was a bought from Mr. S. JF recently Is visiting her sister, Mrs. Tloo 29t2 BARNARD & CO. plflBaant caller Tuesday. Wallace.. Mr. Foster has not 'decided Baker, near Sunnydale, (hie week. All kinds of Feed Stuff, Chicken; 'what'befwAll do with tho storehouse, Mr. Q. M. Harrison, of Barretts Miss Orpha Stevens, of' Beaver Dam Grits and Shells, and Seed Oats for F.enry, was a caller Friday, but will" probably open' iup a bu&lnte&s guest of MJaa Winona Stevens sale by, waa f. 'nfM&Tohn w., Tavlor. la able to (and the house.' 1 T "" other relatives here tbl week. f l!""-W. E. ELLIS, The Produce Man. be oujD alter a anon 'iuukbb. The reignatdon of Rev. M. E. DodxL Mr. W. J. Riley, who is receiving 27M Hartford; Ky. Mr. and" Mrs. Louis, Turner vtektd tobacco here, spent Saturday and Sunof Paducah, who is well known inthls gray over- city, sub pastor of OVERCOAT LOST-Lo- st, , la. Beaver Dam Monday afternoon. the First Baptist day with hie family at Qveasboro. coat, on Hartford and Llvermoxeroad Try themeate and lunches at the Mr. Lon Rogers, bank examiner un- Tuesday afternoon, January 10, near Cnurcn in paducan, nas Deen acocuir ,, ' ed by hte congregation, effcqtdvo M City Restaurant. They are fine. 26t4 der supervWoa of Secretary of State Llvermore, Ky.. Return to William 1. Dr. Dodd has accepted a colli to . The City Reetauraot is the best Brawr, wa In the city last Friday. 27 14, Sonroader? Olaton, Ky. and Walnut the Twsvty-econ'. iptace to-g- wien you are hungry. 26t4. Remember that Clave Iter's GroLeave your Lauser; at Cleve Iler's church k Louisville. C. Martin transact- - cery 4a going ito have a great "Comer grocery. Work guaranteed Attorney 0to and prompt WANTBD FOR U. 8. ARMY: Abll Rockpart. last Down" Sale from February 8th to. delivery. & ilegaltelB6-a- t , Aefit for - Madlsonvllle, bodied unmarried men between, ag ' 2W2 htPeek." lEjta., j Steam Laundry. Madlsonvllle Ice & of 18 asd 35; .citiume of United States? 1 our Cowe-- 4 ''Jaln he cWd and jfeee Hbjjp Doa'it faM to come to Mujry,iCoaylBwrMftted. if; of goJMlivcharaoter'asid tempenwte hap-Its- J "Dowa Sale February 8 to lCdh. secure the order for tneroUu-di- e M,na. Stott1 F.' Riley 'ban' urcaaea, jji'Bfkeak I'ead- - and wrlo w ' CARSON & CO. ' free. the restdeoce of,, Mr, Jota C. Riley, the puiHeii language. For informaCARSON &' GO. w6 ,' adjoining Mr, R. D. Walker on Otay tion qtely to Recruiting Officer, Main Moj'sui Beys . i i ' fy'n iTmnfn wke. 'February 8 to 15, 1 ' . B. sTCfciniberialn, of NoOreek street, and oved frwa fee Collins s4irefet,'Jjaver Dam, Ky. 38 tf. CARSON property to the nw, howja Wb4bos- Mri Ofcarto Shawn, of Ford Mr. Mw. Jou"xrTaylor left " , Suka ClekSit hatt JI villa, were waaoag our eaMera Tuea day. Jk Ladies' Moadfer tor. GrMiwIlle, ICy., where 1 IMM. nnr PnUD-JMIMrs. B. F. ZUavnMHf aad-wt- t, sJJurlnir Mr. and Mr. D. U. Ioole, of ''Mtfjm CARSONt& CO., LukwMto, rwtana- - Gretajfttla, have pwebased the drug Vim AMm DaliroB, eCjar Sum-dal- e, Matter Bowke, wtao ku toM to vloMg btraUHNt. 4 hews rBMnday. afUrws retuww mlttrt u stortMr. G, K, Ceuatzler Mr. and Rite .5tMr.MWiM Mm ,Clt. Batee, at, 7 tor. Jium, vMt to he'tonww; p&reiUa, Mr. and Mrs. after a bW tut aiade many bIwmIs durln M. Leuta-Moawatt rrtwraaA'towiilait Mm. W. H,. T&ytor, ter ithe Mr. a4Mfs. the Urn Mraato Mr. M. t Uwn My .ireeWwd In Hrt-' ' ' t ' y February 8 One week of unheard of ' bargains, to Feb Remember the Time Pebrtiary 8 to 15 8 Carson ruary W 15; A.1 & Co. Inoorporntcd wwfrwwftft Hartford Republican. IA each-mornin- A. os ni A S Tho Mr. Martin Thomas (went to Dundee Among those who lave boon good Thursday in the interest of Fair & to the Hartford Republican during Co. tho past week either by becoming new subscribers or renewing their City, Mrs. T. Q. Fortney, of Central subscriptions are the following: Charvisited her parents, Rev. and Mrs. lie Shown, FordsHle, T. F. Tanner, W. B. Wright, this week. Hartford, R. F. D. 7, J. R. Wilson, Dry Goods, Groceries and Furni- Olaton, R. F. D 1, S. B. Snell, Mcprices Henry, T. R. Black, Beaver Dam, R. ture at great Como-Dowduring the Como-DawSale. 3; S. W. Leach', Beaver Dam, R. 3; 29tC CARSON & CO. Clinton Rowe, Centertown; L. B. McHenry, W. R. Dockery, Cen- meeting was begun at the revival Methodist church Monday night. Re Elglo, the pastor is doing the preach N. Harrison. Barretts Ferry. T. D. iriig until the.arrlyal of Elder Thompv Owen, Llvermore, A. V. Rowan, Hartford, R. 7, John Webbi'Toando, ill., fijn noxt Monday. W. B. Taylor, Hartford, V. W. Goff, v"hen you see tlie brand PASCO Hartford, R. 7, A. C. Acton, Olaon anything In the grocery line. It ton, R. 1," A. H. Stewart, Renfrew, is the best that we know how to buy W. T. Keown., Reynolds, C. C. Dennis, for tho money. Beaver Dam R. 1, w. C. Smith, Mc29t4 PARSONS & SCOVILLE Co. Henry, Miss Susie Raymond, Hartford, The following young men. have en- R. C, AV. C. Daughcrty, Balzetown, E. listed In the army at the recruiting G. Stewart, Beaver Dam, R. 2, Dr. C. station at Beaver Dam: Naipoleon Ross Bennett, Chicago, 111., C. D. Elms, of Morgaufield, Charles Simp- Bean, Olaton, R. 1, Floyd Davis, Hart son, of Quneyvllle; Palestine Raynier, ford, R. 5, R. L. Taylor Sr., Beaver , of Thnelkel. They were sent from Dam R. 3, W. C. Schroadu-- Hartford, ADarn .to Columbus, Ohlo.-wherR. F. D. No. 2. Beaver they will pass their final examlnaltious For Rent. in the infantry branch. ," One hundred and ten acres of good Prof. McHenry Rhoods of Owensland, in Rough River bottoms and good boro, who holds tho chair of secon farm house Situated near Narrows, dary education in tho State Univer Ky. Apply to, sity at Lexington addressed a large CHARLES CARTER, audience at the High School building 25tt Narrows, Ky. Friday night, his at Fordsvllio last Bubjeot being, "Jlho Student in the State." jlTor. juioaua wont to Jn neaponse to an Invitation ex by Prof. I. & Mason. tended Superintendent of tho FordeYWid ON schools. m n, Lo-ne- yy eSSiV&?ytf HARTFORD, KY. hi REDUCTIONS WATCHES AND d e following marnago license nave since our uun. isauu; been lssucu Forest French, age 24, prentls, to Le na Fulton, age 22, Wysox; W. J. Hef Un, age 49" to Mattlo E. 'Rawe, age 49, Cenitiertown; Noel Tdchcnor, ago 25, Ark., to Ida E. Martin, age Carlisle. 20, Horton; James II. Daniel, age 29y to Flossie Duke, age 21, Hartford, lit F. D. No. 6; 'Yelser Lash(brooks,"age 30, Sutharlabd to Ida Belle HoUrook 22, U-i- pPECTACLES! par 7 Days Feb. 8;to permanent .gpld $D. 15 Will test your eyes and fit you with a pair of guaranteed , bal-loei- w, (Ky. .&' ak 1. '3Ml Jd ad ,t riar 11 ., Wh' aa rt(ito iF.-fRi- - ' ?wiy.vt ." ad While dlaeing the ejwer)'ditcVear the Intenaoction of Criffin ABd Union streets Monday some logs about six ifeeti long wpra fouil at a depth The tlnbr was in of about six a perfect state of prteervatkw, and It appears that protaMy, years ago tfcere were used in til teg 1a a rtoul. Ttburaday morBlng a lape trsewajp also exaYate, ana arouaa ne. xrse a grape vtee was wrayd. The viae we afeowt dx lima (a 04awvr. Glasses for $3.50. vVViIl8ell you a Gilfletl'Elgin 'Witch" 'for ' $4.75. This vyill b.o your; last chance to buy tins, watch,? as thof cu)pany, has quit making 'tiiora' v ft. J. B. "TAPPAVN The PrMpereiM JeweUrf ' H'a'BTFOND, KVi, EfUITY SKKTY HANK IFF IN HUM? MH With My Back." fc aMSSaWV "I Suffered Year wrHlg. Jm. 28. PALO liftlUi Ths farmer' Bartlett A Kef fable -- M this (Mlv-crin- , Remedy WWRW. v. MtrkhMri. J nir.il. Ben D. Rlnsw. Attorney.' W P. MMkutf, F. Jailer; M. U. Jsnirnee, ClerKi T. U CaJHne, Master Cemmli4osr: K. 'i'runtee Jury Kund: T. it. Black. Mr- Dejraltee-- 8. Keeww n O. ltt, Hartford. contlnuee thred February ilr In third Mondayand April, two weeks In wteka; second Monday In June, threo wetha, Monday in October two weeks. third K. Weudliw. Judge: County Coutt.-- K. F-IU, mi-fat- g tabtvoco. Mr. JVlofwo Iffoek White went to Owenife,-'nwith the former's tcbew.",,ito received $13 and $7 for his toaViSro. Who can Iront it? f Mr. Charlie Fecm&tcr mm, in Hartford Inst Friday with his tobacco. Uncle John Winwatt vWtSti lite son Loncy Wlmsatt, cf HarMerd, last I t Ely's GriMi Bain r..rT f C. M. Hacnbtt C. Jres. Froman Expresses Views-- Will Have Fooling Fledge if Proposition Fails. Frankfort, Ky., Jan. 20. la case of the failure of the plan proposed h Burioy crop in 3911 tho Amorl Society of Equity, of which II. M. csa Froman Is president will submit to tho growers a pooling pledge and offer this as a substitute. However, the ocloty will do nothing to discourage the growers or prevent their joinp movement, declares ing the Mr. Forcnan, who was In Fmnkrort He says the Equity Society simply will hold hands off, advising the Burley growers to do everything they can to unit to fight the truBt, plan falls the so'hut if tho ciety will try to got tho growers to form a pool of the 1911 crop. Mr. Froman has .been, talking to som of the leaders of the tobacco growers In this county and will go to Lexfoig- . ton for another conference with eozne of the leaders In that section. The purpose of (tho meeting will be to discuss plans to protect th growers, nnd nothing definite will be decided upon. Jlr. Froman says he personally is opposed to thoplan to grow no crop In 1911, but that the Society of Equity has not taken any position, in this question. He says the society wants to help .the tabocco gnawers an Js willing to do anything H can. to ' unite them and get a fighting organization. He says that within a short time the success or failure of the plan will be known and them the Equity Society will decide on what course It will pursue. Jy tho Hurley Tobacco Union to cut out Backache resulting hem weak' ki'dneys, a bad cold or ottwr cause,' usually renders the suvcrer unfit for work and often resuks m permanent disability "I huffercd for years with my back, or kidney trouble, and have tried a number of remedies from different physicians. More than a year ago, one of our local druggists induced me to try artier. W. L. Dr. Miles' Anti-Pai- r, Pills week. Mr. George Russell Is on tho sick ' jjfc list this week . Mr. Tom Smith and w'itjjvof Sunny-dal- e, '$ '' . JieaU ntid protects, the diseased mem. brnno resulting from Catarrh iwcl drive away a Cold in tho" Head quickly. i(c-jCCUsTI stores tl Bcneii of IIHT T.Utf A flflfl Hm1l Pllll.l.nRnnl it TlMffl. gists or hy mail. In liquid form, '6 cents. lUy Brothers, Gil Wnrren Street, New York, A ItcJnes, 6ks It opieklr absorbed. Rehsl at Once. Mxrfhes,. K.Btstf ": IARNETT 4 SMITH, Attorneys at Lxif, $ HARTFORD, Avill - KY. iLTLI JUSTICES' COUIITS. B. S. Chamberlain, Hartford, Tuesday Earliest Rrd Mr. Cicero Whoberry nndfamllyand $3 50 Bushel after 3rd Monday in March, Tuesday afRefugee Extra Early . . Jj.5 Bushel ter 3rd Monday in June, Tuesday after Bro. Mlllnrd Whoberry and "wlfo, of N:w Strlnelesa Green Pod . Bushel 3rd Monday in September, Tuesday after Wardwell's Imp. Kidney Wax ff.jo Bushel Sril Mnnrinv In December. Rumsey, Ky.,vlslteed Mr. j5D. Berry Davis New White Wax . .7S Bushel O. E. Scott, Cromwell, Wednesday afte Currie'a Rust Proof Wax fl and family last Sunday. U jo Bushel 3rd Monday in March, Wednesday after PEAS 3rd Monday in June, Wednesday after Master Curtis Whoberry sr.d brothExtra Early Alaska . . . J3.50 Bushel 3rd Monday in September, Wednesday New Early Gradus . . . . Js 50 Bushel er, Lawrence Whoberry ffferajtho guest nftao 9fi1 IVIssrwlaYf Irt flAPAhlhpr. Horsford's Market Garden . jj 50 Bushel John H. MJles, Itockport, Friday afttV Buckbee's Lightning Express J5.00 Bushel of Claud and Lester Whltefast Sun- 3rd Monday In March, Friday after Lettuce, Radiih, Tomato and a full line o. 3rd Monday In June, Friday after 3rd Dr. Miles' Anti-Pai- n Pills day- Seeds. Plants and llulbs at lowest growing prices. Monday in September, Friday after 3rd Send for complete catalogue or submit a list of Monday Mr. J. T. Lowe, of Concord, has by steadying the irritated nerve in December. your requirements and will quote prices. KF J. C. Jackson, Centertown, Saturday uuy nircci irom ine grower &ave jvionev. moved to Sunnydale. refreshing sleep poscenters, make after 3rd Monday In March, Saturday af today. Mention this paper, of Write Misses Efflo and Edith?Duk. ter 3rd Monday in June, Saturday after sible, thereby enabling the body to 3rd Monday in September, Saturday afrecover lost strength. As a remedy Hartford, visited their parents, Mr. ter 3rd Monday In December. , Rockford Sir Farms. Roafsrd.il Mi C. Cook, Itenfrow, Tuseday after for pain of any description Dr. and Mrs. Tom Duke, Saturday and Sun 1368 Bockbet St.-2nd Monday In February. Tuesday after Pills arc unsur- day. Miles' Anti-Pai- n Jfc, 2nd Monday in May, Tuesday after 3rd Monday in August, Tuesday after 2nd passed. Miss Eva Hlnes is visiting her Monday in November. ".SHI Sold by all druggist under a guar parents, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew H.in-esThomas Sanders, Dundee, Wednesday The Hartford Republican's antee assuring the return of the price after the second Monday in February, Mr. Rufus Boyd, of Fordsvllle, visit Wednesday after 2nd Monday In May, of the fir it box If no benefit results. Wednesday after 3rd Monday in August. ed his sister, Mrs, JanetMaden, one MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind. Wednesday after 2nd Monday In Novemday last week. ber. C. V. Miles, Fordsvllle, Thursday after Mr. Jim Powers and family, of Suit 2nd Monday in February, Thursday after 2nd Monday In May, Thursday after nydale, are visiting thoir i 3rd Monday in August, Thursday after 2nd Monday in November. age or his convictions. Mr. Young Mr. Orvllle Coy and family, this week J. L. Patton, Ralph, Friday after 2nd proclaimed the doctrine that Protec Monday In February, Friday after 2nd Order Your Magazines Now Monday in May, Friday after 3rd Mon-Ja- y tion must be for all or for none, that In August,-Fridaafter 2nd MonOne It will soon be time that'most read day in November. , It ow section roust face Free-Traers of current literatures and magaHARTFORD POLICE COURT. as to its products ajj &ectIonfe must i C. M. Crowe, Judge; G. B. Llkens.Clty as to their pro- zines will be making up" their lists have Free-Tra- de Attorney; Sam Riley, Marshal; Court ducts. It is a sound doctrine, and U for the new year. I am representa We are pleased to announce our convenes second Monday in each month. City Councll-- J. H. Williams, Mayor; the Tariff reformers are brought face tive for any magazine or peridoical fourth Annual Bargain Subscription R. T. Collins, Clerk; S. K. Cox, Treasurer. Members of Council, T. R. Barto face with this question their num- that you may want, i will furnish Day offer. One day each year for nard, W. J. Bean, W. M. Fair, Fen bers will diminish rapidly. Mr. Youn you them singly, or make you a cut the past four years, wo have arrang- Taylor. W. B. Ellis, E. P. Moore. School Trustees J. S. Glenn, warned the West that when it lo4 price where you take morethan one. ed with the Louisville Herald to set W. S. Tinsley, Secretary, C. M.chairman; Barnett, ' Work Erought Exhaustion. C. M. Crowe and Dr. E. B. Pendleton. PortecUon, for its agricultural prod- - Make any kinds of combinations or aside one day and to make special Add, Ga. "For three years" writes uots, the East would lose Protection clubs. All renewals accepted, and price, whereby we could offer The RELIGIOUS SERVICES. Mrs. C. J. Rentz, "I suffered with for its manufactured products. That is 'given the same attention as' new sub- - Hartford Republican and their paper M. E. Church South Services monring evening every third Call on, write or tele- for less than the reular price of their and In each month. first and School Sunfemale troubles. When I would lie the true state of affairs, and Iowa Bcriptlons. day Sunday 9:45 a. m. Prayer meeting every Wednes1 has no safer representative dofwn, 1 could hardly breathe. J. NEV FOSTER, in Con- phone, paper. day evening. Rev. Virgil Elgin Pastor. could not do any work without being gress than Mr. Young, and it will be The Republican Office, Hartford, Ky. Baptist Hundreds of our readers tako a morning Church Services every 'Sunday and evening. Sunday exhausted. I took Oardul according fortunate for that State If he should daily papor as well as ours dn order 9:45 a. m. Prayer meeting every School WedTrustee's Sa!e. ' nesday to directions, and now I can do all be returned to the Senate. J. W. Bruner, to keep fully abreast of the news ot pastor. evening. Rev. my work, and do not suffer at all." In ih& District Court of the United the world, those who do Christian not' should Sunday at Churchm. Services p. every fourth U a. States for the Western District of do so. and 7 Saved Her Own Life. Cardui has brought health an'd hapin. Sunday School 2:30 p. m. Elder W. B. Wright Kentucky, Owensboro Division. piness to thousands of weak women. pastor. Tecumseh, OUla "I beliene," says There is no better dally paper, at C?. P. rhlirrh.Qi.rv1i.jk. .. Cu .1... I In the matter of Fernando .F. Phil- any price, to It acta on the cause of Women's Mrs. Eliza Epperson, of this 'place, bo had in tho State of each month at U a. m. and 7 p. m. jy t lips, Bankrupt. Sunday Scool 9:45. headaches, nervousness, ictoag-gln- g "that if Kentucky, than Tho Louisville Daily it hadn't been for Cardail, I The undersigned Trustee, of sensations, weakness nnd mis- would have been dead SECRET SOCIETIES. tho Herald, Before it is under a new manager Hartford Lodge No. 675. F. & A. M., ery. It relieves. It cares. Try I began using Cardui, I suffered from above e'state, will on Monday, March and as good as It has always boon; meets first arid third Monday night in 29U it. each month. Owen Hunter, W. M., L. pains in the head, shoulders, back 6th, A. D., 1911 about 1 p. to. soil fit Is better than ever. P.- - Foreman Secretary. . public auction at ..the courthouse Keystone side, limbs acd the lower part of my at It Is a clean, family sheet, allow- meets every Chapter No. 110, R; A. !. WALTONS CREEK. door in Hartford, Keni.ucky, to the ing third Saturday night in body. Cardui helped me more than no objectionable advertising of each montli. John T. Moore High Priest: highest and best bidder, on Cen anything, Jan. 24 Died at his home W. S. Tinsley. Secretary. and I am now in bettor? any kind to bo published. tetrtown, Rufus the oldest son of Mr. Hartford Chapter No. $4, O, health, t4ruce taking it, fthan for of site and twelve months, in equal It has the finest local news scrrvlco meets second nnd fourth Monday E. S.,evenand Mrs. William Ashby in the 16th instalments, the following described Anderson, W.M. .Miss ".B' years." Nobody can deny that of any dally paper in ttxe State. Lizzie Miller Secretaiy. year of his age. His tvjmalns four t: property, A tract of land near Rough River Lodge No. 110. Knights of the best tonic a woman to tako is a It has Assooiatied Press telegraphic Jaid wore in to rest the tonic for women Candui. Please Narrows, Ohio County, Kentucky; news of the world; it has amusing Pythias, meets C- - everyJ. Tuesday night. C., Ney Foster, K. TaPPa". Ji 5' & S. Cemetery Walton's Creek Jan. try it. . R. 29tl bounded as follows. pictures from its own, cartoonist very ofHartford Tent No. 99, 21, in the presence of a large crowd K. O. T. M., Beginning at a stone at J. B. day, splendid half-ton- e pictures show meets every first and third Thursday of sympathizing friends and relative's Calloway's corner' In D. W. Gray'sline night R. D. Walker, Commander; L. P. BALD KNOB. ing local and world events, and a boreman. Record Keeper. Itev7 L. W. Tlchenor conducted the thence W. 138 poles to a stone; thenca Sunshine Hive' No. 42. L. O. T. M.. Jan. 24. As It has .been sometime S. W. 89 Xunoral services. poles to a stone, Torn fearless, Independent editorial page, meets every first and third Friday night always fair and interesting oven to i cawi uiuijiii. mm, Aiiye unxiin,lauy since any news appeared from this P.etty's comer; thence E. Miss Sadie Hocker of Rockport led. "the Commander; Mrs. Lula Pendleton. Lady Record Keeper. was the guest of her brother Mr. place I will call again. with Tom Petty's line to a stone; those who differ politically with Carpenters and Joiners local No. 1SS1, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Smith aro In thence, N. 89 poles to tho beginning. editorial opinions. Scioto. Hocker Saturday and Sunday. meets 1st SatllrdnV nlcrhf In tni-.- K Tho regular price of the Daily Noah Skaggs, Pres.; W. D. eah Luce, Sec- School in tho Rough River district very had henMb at this writing. Containing SO acres, more or ''loss, s, Mrs. S. M. Taylor and daughter closed last Tuesday. Miss Anna Car-leand being" same land conveyed to Fer- Herald Is $3.00 a year by mall, nnd Acme Lodge No. 339, I. O. O. P., meets second and fourth Friday night in visited Mr. I. A. ' Davis and nando' F. Phillips by G. B. Foreman the reular prico of our paper Is ?1.00 each "is an excellent teacher nnd did month. W. It. Hedrlck Noble Grand M. Secretary. good work in ithis district. We ore family Tuesday. and wlfo by deed dated January S, a year by mail. By a special arrange C.Ohio Barnett No. 188. Imp. Tribe Order Red Mr. E. G. GUstrap is ivls'tlng 1904, and recorded Indeed book" No. ment we are able to make tho won Men, meets second and fourth Wednesfoorry w-- cannot secure her services day night In each month. James C. Benfriends and. relatives in this tar next year. 27, page 224, and by Wal.er Calloway derful offer of nett, Sachem. A. E. Pate, Chief of at this writing. Mr. H. H. Iavis of Cenitertawn by deed dated, April C, 1909, and The Louisville Daily "1 BOTH FOR Records. Camp, W. O. W. No. 202 Con- Hartford Mr. J. H. Torrence an'd family spent who began teaching tho Walton'e Creek in doedook No. 36. nase 434. Merald, Kegular Price ?,H' c"2m,onder' Thomas Williams; Clerk, W. C. Wallace. BChool is too 111 we are sorry to iy last Sunday at iMr. E. P. Sanderfur's. Both 4n tho office of the CleTkof tho $3.00 a year Preston Moiton Post No. 4, G. A. R.. Mrs. Lizzie Sanderfur of China Tex., Ohio County Court. holds regular meetings Saturday before to finish his school. Miss Anna CarThe Hartford Repubthe first Monday in each month. Ash-for- d who has by&n visiting her parents Mr. ter will tako his place. We hope Tho purchaser will bo required to lican, Regular price Mills. Commander; J. W. Rogers, sfVUjta and Mrs. J. T. Smith, and relatives give bonds for the purchase 'money $1.00. Total $4.00.. Mr. Davis will soon bo iwell again. A, S. of E. Mr. George Montgomery who has of this place, has return dd home. with good personal security, nnd a If subscription is received nt our Officers: Most .of the tobacco of this lien will be retained on land tofur-the- r office not later than January 30, National M. jut,t closed a successful school at Presidcnt-F. Sharp, Nuriows, Ky. Matanzas will start this week to Bow- - neighborhood has been delivered. secure the payment of tliopur- - 1911. Positively no subscription will Vice Presldent-- J. M. Woods. D. Kump, InFox hunting is the fad now, oven chase price. Tho bonds shall draw In uchool. Jlng Green where he will ectw be accepted at loss than tho regular dianapolis. Ind. 1 State Officers: George is a nice young man and we on Sunday's at this place. wiu(?hflvo prico if received in envriopo postmarkterest, hut tho purchaser H. M. Fronlan, Carroll county, Pres. ' wish him sucoess. Tile roads, are In a pretty bad con- the privilege to pay tho T. T. Barrett, Henderson county Vice bondst any ed later than January 30th. Send President. .AL.Bi dition htffe in the country. time beforo maturity, by paying, tho U. S., or express money order, bank S. B. Robertson, McLean county, Sec- Mr. James Sandefur of Horton din- principal with SI 00 Reward SI OO. . interest to tho date of draft or currency in registered letter. O. P. Itoemer, Warren - county, State ,;"' The readers of this paper will bo ed with his brother, Mr. E. P. Sander-fur- 's payment Subscriptions for either papeir, may Organizer. C. C. Allen, Henry county, and Lat-ti- e Friday. last Hloasod to learn that there Js at least This land wil be sod freo from any bo new or renoewal, and will date Graves. rAllen countv. Anslntnnt i.i Mr. Norville Leach spent Friday Hens organizers. , one dreaded disease that science has and subject to the approval of one year from January 30, 1911 or pue Board of Directors. Ben Watson. Warnight with Mr. MaxwnTSandTfur. been able to euro in all its Ktages, the Court. year from the date u.t which present ren county; C. M. Barnett, Ohio coun-tMr. John Miller anU A. H. Brooks, Bracken county. It. B. 29U YANCY L. MOSELEY, Trustee. and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh subscriptions expire. Send all or- I. Ray, .lardln county, and J. F. Doss, Cure is tho only positive cure now friends and pJatifVers in the MCZlon ders, not later than January '30, 1911 Muhlenberg county. Ohio County Officers: known to tho medical fraternity. Cat nelgbhorhccd from Thursday untll 8. I Stevens, Pres.. Beaver Dam.Ky. to The ' Henry I'irtle, Sec Hartford. Ky. being a constitutional disease, Friday.arrh trD. Ford, Tfcmre wdll be preaching at thlsplaco HAVE YOUR SUITS HARTFORD REPUBLICAN, COUNTY Treas., Hartford, Ky. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken, initer-xallBOARD OF EDUCATION.. acting directly upon the blood next Sunday by the pastor Rev,. Henry Leach. Chairman, Hartford.Ky. Ky. 1. L. B. Tlchenor, Hartford, It. F. D. Richard Harper of Doaver Dam, every and mucous surfaces of the eyeituip, No. 6. " 2. E. C, Hartford, Reynolds. Ky. theroby destroying tho foundation of body come und hear his flna sermon. 3. M. S. Patterson? Olaton. Ky. Mr. R. P. Likiens and lamlly of Mt. 4. B. L. Afford. White Ulum Ky. tho disease, and giving (he i&itlunt 5. Richard Plumer, Taylor Mlnw.Ky. Pleasant visited Mr. L. D, Taylor jutrength by building up (ho cynatttU' 1 Keep Save Mwy n 6. J. L. Brown, Rookport, Ky. Dye-inLadies! faurHy tho 14th. Alon and assisting nature in doing and Style y RMtfeg McCaU's ' Mrs. W. T. Twylor and Httlo niece . its work. Tho proprletore have ka Gladys LUcexe Magtzke asd UuBgMcCaH Patten pont cf Mt Plctksanlt much faith in Its curative jwws hor brother Mr. E. P. McCtrsMMtsUswIll that they offer One Hundred Dollars tho 12ithr wilh fncmliy. MCALLS,KWCA2WC i)lo tou drew JUl- Saoadtj-fu- r and ' niodereteU Islilr at for any case that it falls to oune. H'aTC sntaanAff Tho now Storo of Mr Luther Leach' "- Send for list of testimonials. Addnusu y'ou posted on tba ' n i. is doing business. IniMt fashions' In P. J. CHENEY & CO,. Toledo, O. duties mid bats. W M '.ts.Wi.k-S- M i. trial IU Kw Fasti Ion Peslgns Sold by all Druggists, 75c. U TU OAT MATHlAB..t MUlAu. I u1 each issue. Also rsvltfirtlaut ubk.itniuuMiU.l For Sale. Take Hall's Family Pills for cooetl- valuable lurormatlon r AfTTTTfTfT on all boma and perin Good nine 700m two story dwelling nation. sonal ,inalli. Oalr ww4 ct m ivriA,W. . toe a" year. Including in Centertown, lty., hag good cisWM0 toUyt M9hm ikJ Vmt. a free pattern. Young's Wise Utterances. tern, good cellar, never failing vwell Senator todar or mshI tut free sample cow. i SEMD 10 CENTS 'Senator Lafayette Young, U Iowa, of water, good stable and other out IsVCaM frMmi will enabto jou toioske in ItoWWHWlyi md HwiMlMNwtll tH TaWmaU fMt it, receiving a great dial of cowmced-- buildings,. oae acre lot of ground. A ewa boot. wHhyourowu band clptblpgfbr r i Hartford Pressinfl Bd rblWMHt wMcli will fee perfect rowittlf 4km from tho farraem of bid BMLte uplesdld location for family" realdeaee In atvLa sUld Al Hrlaa n.mn tiluiiu iliaii t& uh tor f Itlftxsi Cttahwue. ' cestt hotel Price and tofms reasonspeech In the Un4U4 ftVrhlss Y. M. C. A. BLDQ., V im Ym FtM.VtMMSt'Sur mmW sLv quWSS? able. Apply to on the Tariff no-cro- to-da- and after using them some three months I found a decided improvement in my kidneys, and I am glad to say that I hope soon to be fully restored to health." J. P. Allen, City Court, Glasgow, Ky. As long as pain is present in any part of the body rest is impossible and the system becoming weakened is exposed to any form of disease to which the sufferer may be inclined. Ex-Jud- ge are visiting the former's Mr. Buck Flonerffr Mrs. Martha Berry is very 111 at this writing. Beckbre's "Full ol Life'1 Northern Grows FfdlgtTtd Seed have a reputation ol 38 years ol succnnui km growing Dcnina mem. 11 pays to Dktnt the best. Seasonable Specialties: SEEDS BEANS Valentine , . August and Koveratcr. Court of ClalmsConvcnea first Tuesday in January and first Tuesday In October. a. mower, Other County orricerr-- u. Surveyor. Fordsvllle. Ky.. R, F. 1). Specialties. ing. No. 2; Bernard Kcllx .AsscMor, Hartford. Ky.. II. P. D. No. 2; Henry Leach. Hartford; Superintendent, Brrf A. B. ltlity, Coroner, Hartford. W, S. 'rineloy, iwirt torney, Hartford. Court convene Monuay in each montli. on Quarterly yuarterly Court BeglnjMay, the fourth Monday in February, . Clerk, C. K. Smith, At- .... practice ttiMr profession In aM th of Ohio and adjoining; LXTt ties and Court of Appeals. Sp U tention given to all businr e..rttete4 to their eare, Cellectlona at.- - tl.e Practice of Criminal and Ileal Estate Law eotirts Offlee In Republican buUV FRANK L.FELIX, l.n Attorney at Law., HARTFORD, - KY. ' no-or- op lii , Will practice his profession In OM and adjoining counties and In ha Court of Appeals. Criminal practice and a Specialty. Office in the Herald building. 0' H. W. BUCKBEE Jti . BARGAIN son-in-la- w . HARTFORD, - KY., Tl Will practice his profession In alt the Courts of Ohio end adjoinlug counties, and in the Court ot Appeals. Also Notary Public Office over Flst National Bank. Attorney' at Law ? YANCY L.MOSLEY, v d ' rS J 1 Subscription Offer! Only JOBN B. WlLSOh CO AS. M. CROWB de DayJan. 30. y WILSON & CROWE no-cr- LAWYERS HARTFORD, - KY. practice their proteasdon In aM the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and' in the Court ot Appeals. Special attention given to crimYnaJ practice and to collections. Otfioo on Main St., opposite Court House. 1VI11 .,! - j .back-niche- s, ft-- promptly obtained fd TRADE-MARK- S all cosntriei, or no reo. We obuln THAT PAY. adTertise ttem UkooIi1j, at oar eipenM, aodlelp you to lucceer. aW photo or sketch f or n E C rroort I Bend on tatenUbfflty. to years' practice. 8UR- - UTrnral Guida- lsl r PASSING REFCriCNCCS. For fros to-da- y. R03.HQR WASHINGTON. O. C.i SauaatU ".JI K I to-d- T.'r Mr.8.-.S- to-wl- and KILL the COUCH CURE Ttfc LUNGS 1- -2 w,th Dr. King's 1401-2'pol- es Now Discovery FOB Trial BoHle Free I AND ALLTHBflAT AWDLUWSTROUBLES. a" 'En-nVu- afycH$ WOLDS OT7ASANTXJU S ATI8FACX0K1 V MVNJ&X, MKSVNOXD. ty recorded .... !!.! sB ii sH Bfiiinsiis fTradc Marks. Designs Copyrights An. EVilsssssr EXPERIENCE? 60 YEARS Secretary-Treasurer-- S. Anone sending a sketch and deacrlpdon A qulcklr asceruin our opinion free whethermar an." lUTmiKiu iv vmunuij iinieiunnML tlons strlcUrconlldsiitfaJ. HAKDMOKoa PxonSt sent free. Oldest azencr for wcutinir ratniU. Patents taken throuita JJunn-.fcXS- . reeoiTC tpttial nodes, without obarce, )a the) 'rrttim 5CKttijiic Trtest dilation of any lolentlBo lournal, ifmt, 3 a. rear i four months, by all newsdaadsra. elr- A handaomely lllns'trated WeeklK nmm - y; wifo'-.vJsOie- d MUfiN s co . W- M Kew Tork y, Cleaned i Pressed anrl Hartford, Agriculturist IASHVILLE, TENK; mm ;rn T Repairing and rieatlv done. Latlies work fliv, special attention. Hepaired. . 9bbs 1 For' forty years Southern farmers. ... delivered. month. Work called for and ' Club rate SI. 00 per CM, , &ES35R&ar ' -a a SPECIAL OFFER: uIh. 'rlc iiifiiTu1 frienfd and counselor of the four pagw twice a month. 50 cent a vear or three m years lor f 1.00, -- Twenty -- States tieMtor Young hot only uaianrtsBdi fAssjHqtsWkw, but he he the vur- - mit SmU a4 Sfih SamplB Bmji' 8BDtvFr6B BARNBTT '. . & . FOSTER, Agtwte, Hartford Ky. ' HARTFORD, KY ? .' tl. KTTWOBI J - ' in ii m v LET US ' P ' ii 41 BfaiaiaiaH aiaiaiaiaW V In. tfee pressnt year ot grace we stronger yearn ago h,v 'the steamship and railway, the Hwo hundred and flvo Treakest orrfan. January 17th, 1708, to the city of Dow-to- n. ekktte telegraph ancrltclephono, and V16'? vre?'ne, oI stomach, liver or lungs, 'there Is i o( life which may snap at any time'. Ultcn this weak link in the the .lajtrlc cars, not Ao mention tlw Ben Franklin was born. r.viui, is unusvu ur iacK oi nuirmon. inn nitif nt weaknesn or diseaso Throughout the country, .wherever automobiles and tho flylrg machines. of the stomach and other organs of digestion anil n..ir,'i:nn Diseases end Those material thlrogs have haid a weaknesses of the atnmncfi nm! ttm alfiurf nrm tn ..h.j i .1 men aro moved by Its notable contriPierce a Golden Medical Discovery. Wlien the weak or diseased stomach fa bution to thecausjofsclonco, philo- wonderful ciffoot on .tho minds of men cured, diseases of other organs which jrrm remote from the stomach but which sophy and literature the memory of for tlwy havo made the nations of vo mcir origin in a uiseasca condition of the stomach and other organs of digestion and nutrition; are cured also. the brUUamt and picturesque son of tho Wirld neighbors. Instead of war tlie humblo Massachusetts scap iitaker they aro now thinking' of psaoe and The strong man has a strong stomach. t would who coaxed tha lightning from the brotherly km. Wordsworth Take the above recommended "Dlacov ery" and you may havo a strong stow sky, and dsmonstratzd for an lnoro-dulo- have' ipogardjd this na of groaber Imach and a strong body. world the .analogy between It portance than ,6he conquest ot maGiviwAway. Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Adviser, terial 'things represented by new and electricity, again strikes a new revised Edition, is sent free on receipt of stamps to pay chord In millions of human CARDS NOTE HEADS expense of mailing only. Send 21 one-ccstamps for the How about 2011? As men are talk-- j hearts. book in paper covers, or 31 stamps for tho Mg,ariiU winking of peace as naver AdJress Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. , In recalling his wlsrh that he might bo preserved for one hundred years before,; and as men aro dreaming ot ENVELOPES .EOST' CARDS In a' 'cask of Madeira wino and bo religious union In a way that was not brcuglit back to llfo at the end of thought of a generation ago, the futhat timo to eza what hl3 country ture' Is br'ght with promise for that BILL HEADS .BLOTTERS ' had wrought in thq meanwhile, his ralgn!pf universal law id the feder- '' I I trlto remark ' "Of what usj Is a now ationpf tlie world for iwhlch Tennyborn baibe?" made to the man who son v.lo'ngad In his youth. Bluegrass LETTER HEADS PROGRAMS V 'i i. contemptuously a.ulzz;d him concern- Clipper. ing the value, of certain experiments Shako off the grip of your old en -'' SHIPPING TAGS by my, Natal Catarrh, by using Ely's then balng made In baloonlng STATEMENT HEADS -MeCALL PATTEHNS CclcbnteJ tar tyle. perfect fit, ttmplleitj' an Montgotfflor, comes home Ho us (with Oream Balm. Then will all the swilreliability nearly 40 years. Sold in nearly every city and town In tlie United Stites and new emphasis In the light of recent ling "and soreness be driven out of HENRY WATERSON, Editor. Cin.nh, or by mail direct, Mora rold than achlavemants. Asjun'Jng that Frank U e tendor, inflamed nvombranes. The CIRCULARS any other make. Send (or tree catalogue. 'LABELS McCALLS MAGAZINE lin could come back, how ho would fits of sneezlrg will cease and tho More subscribers than any other fashion AVE CAN FURNISH YOU marvel at, the bewildering array of discharge, as offeunsive to othors u3 magazine million a month. Invaluable. Lit. cit styles, patterns, dressmaking, millinery, wand-sr- s b. STOCK FORMS that would confront him at to yourself, wlllvbe stopped when plain sewing, fancy needlework, halrdressln, etiquette, rood stories, etc. Only 50 cents a every corner! His country, no lon- the causes that, produce It are re- TIE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN year (worth double), Including a free pattern. ger limited in Its scope to the ori- moved. Cleanliness, comfort and reSubscribe today, or send fur sample copy. WON3ERFUL INDUCEMENTS ginal 13 states with their 827,841 newed health by the use of Cream CATALOGUES AND THE ORDER BLANKS to Agent?. Fostal brings premium catalogue spuare miles of territory now spreads Balm. Sold by all druggists for .'0 and new cash prize odors. Address 3 ta 21S IV. 371b. SU NC'.V YOSK TH3 E!cCm CO, Its starry emblem of freedom over, cents, or mailed by Ely Bros., 56 WarMORTGAGE BLANKS DEED BLANKS two continents embracing 3,026,789 ren Stre t, Now York. square males. Its public ddbt has grown from less than $75,000,000 to Special Notice. -$1,040,449,185, its receipts from Beginning with the next Issue this to $1,297,035,933 and Its an- paper will henceforth publish obituOne fl nual expenditures from $17,000,000 to aries, resolutions of respect and cards $1,210,000,000, The Post Office system of thanks at tho rate of two cents which he founded with annual receipts per lln-;- . Also notices for church enWe can alsojgive liberal combinaof $200,000 has grown to $205,502,3S3. tertainments whore monoy Is to be tion rate withiDaily or Sunday Courier-JoSucceed when everything else fails. Before the steamship the old sailing made will be charged for at the same urnal. In nervous prostration and female Write Courier-Journvcakne3se3 they are the supreme Let tJs Submit Estimate oa Your Next Work. vessel and packet ship ho,e disap- rate. For many years this paper has Company, Louisville, Ky., "for free remedy, as thousands have testified. peared from the face of the sea. In published many columns of such mat- sample copy of edition you desiro, AH Work Guaranteed. , FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND like manner the pony express and ter .without any charge whatever, but In but be r sure tojfsend; your subscripSTOMACH TROUBLE the stage coach have capitulated to justice to ourselves we must henceit b the best medicine ever sold tion order to this' paper NOT to tb.3 high powered ratlroad train, the forth, over a druggist's counter. make this nominal charge. Our the Courier-Journa-l. electric trolley and the automobile. paper space Is the only means by The tallow candle hasxsised to dif whloh we have to arn money with fuse its sickly aurora,, yielding Its which to keep It alive and It would tn H"H"M"t place to the electric light, some be just as fair for 'the merchants to JF1t.c-- j TIo. ZH of which glow nightly In the bo required to give away their goods United States. Beneath the waters qs to expect this from us. We trust iV the submarine cavorts with the na- our friends and patrons will apprecitive of the deep and across the hori- ate our position and govern themsolva zon the fleet winged aeroplane soars accordingly., THE REPUBLICAN. with the skill of the eagle and tho buzzard. In the field ot electricity, FOR FLETCHER'S Interest In which he did. so much to stimulate, Franklin would find amaz I .(INCORPORATED) ing vindication of lib present judg ment when he asked his dnterregator N0CREEK , WILL WIRE YOUR HOUSE HT COST, "Of What Usa is a New Born Babe." Jan. 26. Mr. A. L. Stevens has jnov Since he thus spoka have oome Prof- od Into our coinmunit.y this weak. We telegraph, . Professor welcome Mr. Stevens and family In Morse'3 essor Alexander Graham Bell's telephone, to our midst. ELECTRIC LIGHTS ARE CLEAN, Ellas Howe's sawing machine. Me- A amnber ot our folks gava iliss Cormick's reaper, Edison's phonograiih; Bertha Ward a handkerchief shower HEALTHY AND SAFE. NO HOME Dalany's 2,000 words a mlnuto tele-- last Saturday night. The gathering post automatic telegraph system, West was quite a surprise to Miss Bertha, Prize Offers from Leading Manufacturers OR BUSINESS HOUSE SHOULD Inghouss's mochanlcal In- but the n!ce handerchiafs received Cook on patents. "Hints to inventors." "Inventions needed." ventions and a thousand and one oth- were greatly appreciated. E WITHOUT THEM, WHEN IN "Why some inventors fail." Send rough sketch or model for er wondgnful ekctrloal aad machanl-ca- l Prof. C. S. Howard, of Cromwell, search of Patent Office records. Our Mr. Greeley was formerly. dovloes that multiply man's use- visited Prof. C. E. Allen Sunday night REACH. Acting Commissioner of Patents, and as such had full charge of Mrs.T'j. p. Fester has been aick fulness. The high powered cylinder the U. S. Patent Office. press has displaced the foot press of for savcral days with fla grippe. "Poor Richard's" tlma and the linoMr. A. J. Bennett of near Liymno re type the setting of type by hand. spent the night with Mr. B. S. ChamSince ho passed away Niapoleomlsm berlain and family Sunday. t INCORPORATED has ibecn crushed from the jarth and Mr. A, C. Smith, of Nuckols, was In the doctrine of republicanism widely our midst one days last Week lookWASHINGTON, m4 dLsemlnated. We have had four wars ing after business Interests. but are. greater and more prosperous Mr. S. F. Wallace has moved near to than over before, with a wealth of Centertown, where he will maka his $125,000,000,000 twica that of Groat future,, homo. iiuu uuto uui.ua luiit ut Finl Mr. P. D. Tweddell has moved Iback lUfArtlTflW and district to er Franco or Germany. Truly might to Nocreek, and wlll.llvo in tho hous3 WANTED-ndeindeshibita 1. u Sr aSsTBSaaC I aarapla Latest Model "Ranee" bicycle furnished br ns. ,Our isents ererywbere art u 'u1"" oajr ua w .. .. i11 1.. uuum uuiue tuiu;n vacated bji Mr. A. L. Stevens, $1.35 The Republican and Louisville Herald 4aV Writifr full particulars and iftctal effir your bicycle. .J,, aia liS ft aulQat" money fast.KEQUIKKU until you receive nd approve of at tnc; W ship " Of What Use Is a Now Born Babe.' Miss .Myrtle Wllllford visited Miss OMUMKX nyone, anywhere In the U. SJvjttitut a cent ditosil la advance, trttay frngkt, and 1.50 The Republican and Courier-Journ- al Llzzla 'Hudson ono day tills iweok. allow TKN DAYS' OTKKK 1HIAL duilng which time you may nae me Dicycie ana Parson's Poem a Gem. put It to any test you wish. If you are then not perfectly satisfied or do not wish ta assembled at The Reptblican and St. Louis Globe-Democr- at A large congregation 1.75 keep the bicycle ship It back to us at our expense and jgu mil not it tut tntctnt. From Rev. H. Stubenivoll, Allison, Wesley. Chapel Sunday to attend the katApa We furnish th h!irhi mde hifrclei it is Dossible to makf tmmimm at one small profit above actual factory cost. You save Sic la- 1.25 VnUi Ute The Republican and Home and Farm uar. '" Praise nf Ur. ivings in lat middlemen's profiu by buylnj; direct of us and have the manufacturer's funerai serviced of Mrs. Ellen Bar-no- tt mntee behind your bicycle. I0 MUT 1IUY a bicycle or a pair of tires from anymi pnig Inquirer 1.75 The services were icondUctod by The Republican and and rtmariaiU tfrciat tffitrt to tldar aRents. "They're SUCh a health noCQSBity. Rev. WiH. Grain, alter which the VAU UHI I BIT ICTnliltllCal hen you receive our beautifulthecatalogues aoi 3.25 The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald uvmltrull In overy hOIHO 99 It ILli BC Hf IUR1MIKB udy our superb models at Pills should be, ,. laid to rest in tho Car. HWrH, WCllll HiC J .we are sausnea! UI.HIIW.I.ml... -factory cost, If nUiftr Kllnd.o yiii'va frlfxl In i.iln The xiepublicam and 3.25 man any otner isciorr. uwenaDoro inquirer wiin 91m prum aim son burying ground, In tho preajnee .HUIVIV. Ut DKAI.Klts. you can sell our blcnle under your own name plate al T" TfdT". 1T TTTkTr usu mi. lunu 8 doable,"our prices. Orders tilled the .day received. O'boro Messenger 1.75 many frljuds and relatives. Aunt The Republican and Twice-a-Wee- k of hand MECONUllANU MIOYCLKS. We do not regularly handle second These bicycles, bul again. Oaly 25c at all Ell3aBarjio'.t, as we clear oul rand u.illy have a tradeourcap reuil stores. nicst of tho Nocreek The Republican and Kentucky Farmer ior5ptlyatprksrariln;froinl3,to 8'or lo. Descriptive bartalu lists nulled free. ,.. 1.75 , rtrnt.Uto . uoo--"'- u. nuaairrt? ameie wneeu. iraporiwi roller crmins ana rnuus, pins, repairs uq iwopla. called her, was iborn and vaxr-o- d MMTEKHHlArVtS, equipment of aJL Jdod at kl tk usual rf tail run. The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine... 1.30 Nocreek church, and lived G BEN FIANKttt aad trop3 was In arms. ".The United States too, was thaa on the verge of wr with Great Britain to assort Ka rights to the free seas. PRINT YOUR us vo () cloth-bound Each of the chief or tans of the body is a link in the Chain of Life. A chain is no than it weakest link, the body vol-um- & Why Not Read The Courier Journal Wir & Weekly $20,-700,0- 00 Courier Journal Both CA Year For jJPiiijllr al Superior Quality, Prices Reasonable. Electric Bitters THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN 00 Hartford, Ky. j i Chliaren Cry THE KENTUCKY Light and Power Co. CAS TO R A MTA.TEN T T. c. Ia '"SalPC?! GREELEY &M9IN1TRE Azdi tfm E. G. BARRASS, Manager. OUR CLUBBING RATES, A RIDER AGENT fjlW'lflDtt 1 Twice-a-WeekQwensb- ii th-eS- WW 1 W .. n. Wa RrnTiil tfila .Vrt"lf rn. nn Amlnftnn u rA SAMPLE. na I looking backvard and forward a hun- dCLr-ncnLid'rxjd years. From wlilat has boon and - rtl,il trie ot thetl tirtl it jti ti iitir. hut ta introduce we villi MsWmWmmWmWBmmmVtgmlUt from what is, some theory uf what .. Se4ly0uasuti4fatritrrvvMan w.y' ' rr-la to be may ,bo formulat'ad. FROM NNCTIRES M ftMaETMUBLE Men in active life dn 18U thought will ?' ' NAIL8. el.iu,hmiunH nalrs sold last year. Tok or aiaaa they wwe living da a grand and aw- pair now Id use. 'Overwo kuudred thousand V hx time; in the period a few years r JWrrffTiYi Made In all sites, u u lively andaaay rUJlBg,verydi"l'leana "neatniiue wim TVasVfllVBLBHaWJsVaWafafaff ' I TmmmmmW earlier. Wordsworth thought thsat to .hlfli nrvrhecoinel , " , apeewi quaillT """' T.iTlhnullilln, KotletiUitlilekrnt)tf treatf tho alive iWaB'bllsS. ISXtunoeVehaVeTur A" and puuotur atrlpa "tlf ISSSSSwv Hut to be youn wa8 vory heaven! mud "l." alao rim atrip "H 'litdeuatamen statin raWT of th8 valua of life at SrmrtoutW2y .uSf T118 aioMiVtlre.thepuuctureresUtlogqualilUjbriMBlTeii any Voa thiw uggU that thought- fff St"SV.!7ir,KLAS'"0 -KA3 KIWIWU. Xrtti. The regular price . ffi - - rprloeto tu a iniiwrwi ur- .aUvaaWpurpMea . .1, I f' I. received. We shin C. O. D. o iui iwouu cint until amiotSl have exatulned. and .found them alrlrtly a reprteBted; roudkljjs M of law cOMiequenca tlian wlrltual. R was the sruggle for Qtderat the Urea may right, la the Fw8h wolutfo atVuTaS oa Mt HUtfaciory xm J thtt ,,dd l" attraetlva to saaic u you oracr y"oTthMetirearyou."! lonaer auo Kl,rle vou will srive ua vour order.1 Wondaworth.' Th plw of .that strug- wsuatHir.uKwill Bao wea r s know tbafyou . ' , ' 11.. Ml wmui n,D lllll naillKBHH IIICW.IImm Bd . i. -w ncuwjvu witwii ... . . nnltf .t lUW ,1 ,uv mkeuiit I hratalrol S'ft 'W iwit JKruwas 01 mhleli came . Txiuoiurr.Proof tire 01 approval and trial at-aUaTWI VJaMCC .k v.i . r, FaHHaStf mw y A50 NEDfiETHOlNTIBfTfa t PAIR M mr-IMA 1 n. ..,- uril iiiwro0wf(oir 4! i mmmmw 'H! ,,,, muy PMNCTHBE-PR00- F , t ( ,y,, . . thorTuntll ur, dn her soTOntles, "wlwu shemoyod tohor daughter's Mrs. John Llndlej. near Llvennore, whoro she mado' her home until liar death. Frlonids' of Auut Ellen wish to extond to tho family and relatives tholr sympathy in this hour of their sad The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer. ... 1.50 The Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.25 THE REPUBLICAN- Address all orders to - .k. -- zm Tl.J.r'0', "'".ft "" "'Ul'lJrTl "" .?---" ... we"""JI"':r ""-J."- -- w- w tJwi' tbt ,. WYO r..,;..vii Xra X L MEM gZEitr&"Vlu."?vM. CYCLE C0MPAIY, WritcKWpW. WUMe, ILlj 1, r years ago I facod an wrtlea, H. B. Martin, ort HarralPson, S. C. "Doctot-- said I bad consumption and the dreadful coush Iliad looked Hko ksure enough I tfied av.orythlng, I could hoar ot, for wy eough and was under tlie U10 best doutor lu Goorge-tow'C, for a year, but could got .iw relief. A friend advlsoJ me to Iry 0r, IClnaj's Now Discovery. I lUd'so, and was ompletoly curud. 1 feelV'iiwu I owe my llfo to thfagnoat thrMt, aad luag cure." Its ikwIAIvq-l- y Uajfo. Th NpeioN piawihtaed for oouhs, colds,, vmw Md not MtlawMsl- - V irlaMSM it. WW MtOAtgll all yoweUal ' at factions. 60o & J1.00. rtM4oo wast. sdy fwur yotuni dliUut Tra.Wail frsyat ail ikuUU, m "TiWsiity-one Escaped With His Life. awf ulV dth," s iriu treat-mont'- of' S. . i..u. Draughon gives contracts, backed by chain of 30- Colleges, $200,000.0 capital, and 19 years' succetw, to secure positions under reasonable con ditions or refund tuition. Wraughon a competitors, by not accepting RflOKK" wwawnxnjnsM. vh nis propoaitton.concede that he teaches mora Bookkeeping in three- montns ' than they do in six. Draughon can convince you. 75 Per cent of tho United States Court ?Report-OllUlA er8 wrjte the system of Shorthand Draughon teaches, because they know it is THE BEST, For FPEE CATALOGUE and booklet "Why Leara Telegraphy?" which explain all, call on or write JOHN F, DRAUGHON, President? - Good Positions FFPI Nfi ah X QHflftTH Nf! UAnius DRAUGHOM'S PRACTICAL BUSINESS COLLEGE, ' HOOUfOUATKU N, . EVANSVILLK, ADUCA1I, NASHVILLE, ST. LOUIS, SPKINCFIBLD, MSMHJI3, . AN UttftfAO REPORT. down, wtaps. tot toffa to rMc trtrlto-teFWi. 1 Ir. HannftMJ Taylor ami nowfthlng.by ftirMr, U m- ' In HI. ao Frank, of WHwlngtefl, Kan., in Barnate ChWrtl HffHlll. Th Methwta ef XJ NMINEE ttot gtMat of Mamie mhI rjkittvaj " Wba drkiM Ml 0m gemmw wm Mfalrn VenturM. a Hill l ttM 'vBa'rny; Barfttbtfefrfe 'the- - tragic III WHS lWBlptlH)OiWWSw Mary Blake wm half a mile t a way tAraituilsu) nt liU pnrpor was widely Mr. WIM Fox of ChrhHten county r from wttre Crdeky Dixon Huppo4 kaown' because' of hU large fortune is fh gtiiist of hte stota Mn. BU . (Continued From Fimt Page.) rapid Crunk. she wan. During the I CaKala ventures. rtow Croeky Dixon Hunted a Archer tbouKht It pxedlent to Inform wea la mining wealth was His popularly accumulation of Mrs. N. M. Taylor spat Sunday both' hfs crew aod hn pHaseugero of attributed to luck, but luck of the per-si- s ' Ship In a FefT Mns. Roy Brown and W. Sweatt, T. D. Tunnar, E C. Andanger. If the schooner h lwd a with the tec t variety usually rests upoa Sunday might wfeia Mrs. Kater Hudnel derson, and tKey are directed to seen was a pirate, as soou as the fog mere solid basis than mere chance. east' the rote of this County for C. lifted he would come for them. And An Insight methods is af- of Union Hill.' By KINGSBURY WELCH. Mies Mary Banton has returned hornIf It did not soon lift he might not wait forded by an Incident recently related Iloteaaa for tlio nomination for Sena(Copyright, 1M0, by American .for It to do so. The captain therefore by A. ,A, Blow, an American engineer after' two' wek vfet to her brother tor of , this tho Sovonth S jnatonlal that After an Mr, Chanlle Bniton ef ParadUe and There were during the clvll.war sev- directed Bblp not a light should appear once la. Barnato's employ District and there should lie ho exhaustive examination of a mine sister Mrs. T. B. Caeabler of out on the eral Confederate prlvateers-Htte- d a. V,, WILLIS, Chrm'n. Central to prey on American, comatapce. The noise aboard to Indicate to the pirates whose Durchasc was under considera Cky.- ESTILL W. NBEU Soc'y. that the two vetwela were near each tion Blow, prepared dn ilaborate and most Imiforjant of these weretie Ala- other. Mr. Mud Mrs.. Shelby Neteon and Tho Resolutions of Ohio County , , vplumlnous report, It was bama .and the Florida., TbV former, Not person aboard' the 'Msry'DlAke were read as follows: and sclectlensahd. was children spent SaUintinyj. nlalit (with comfcttbaed by fin.'exofficWl. of the Resolved by tho Republicans of OM United States nary, literally swept our slept that night except tho children a plcco of .work of which the engineer har mother Mrs. R. V. Davenport. assembMies Etfie iBerryman ie, attending County In Mass Convention merchant marine, which at "that time who were too young to understand the felt that he" could be Justly proud. led." nua taken tue leau in tne worlds car- terrible danger that threatened them. When It was handed to Barnato to school at Hartford. The captain told them that there was read,, however, tho latter laid It aside rying trade, from the seas. 1st. That wo apprlvo of the call for Mrs. Loulala Rock is visiting her Raphael H. Seinmes was tht captain little danger of being attacked at' unopened. , thfa convention and 'for the Sonator-Ja- l Thm mmjy mmkmt sister Mrs. W. D. Shell of Hopewell, night and that they bad better get "Tell mo, about it.',' ho said. of tho vessel, which was oftea-dubbe-d District Convention to bo held at MNMW fiTMIt HOYtHf who is quite sick. Blow proceeded to make an oral rea pirate, and when she was seat to what rest they could, since they might Beaver Dam, .Monday Jan. 30th, 1911, Airs. Amanda Cornfield Is quite siok ' OTTOT s In Cherbourg .harbor by need all their fortltudo in the moraine. port. , the bottom No change in tho. weather came with for the purpose of nominating a Re dozed. Finally ho oxclalm-ed- : but la thought to he some better. Barnato the KearsargQ she left a Accessor In publican candidate for Stato Senator MALUMUMEPMSnUTE a real pirate, ono that floated theskull tho dawn. Tho fog remained, and Messrs. Nev.ll Hunloy , of .WThlto , t there was no Kwlnd. Dixon ordered to be votjd for In this district ut "I employed, you because I think you County 111., and iNortoni Hunlley, of and crossbones Instead, of th stars out a boat's crew to pull the Semmes know something about this business, und bars. Hopewell spent one night test week the coming November election. The birth of this offshoot, for which toward where he had last seeu the and I do not ,Npw, I do not want to with Mr. R. W. Taylor. 2nd, Resolved .that we endonao the 2, will entertain Wednesday Morning Mary Blake. But the ship was not hear all of f Iils ? clcntlflc rot about this axer- - Tarantula would have been an approappropriate 22, with wise and statesman like administra- Fab. Mr. Allen Taylor and famtiy and fjf Cl333. priate: name, was lu this wise: There where he bad last seen her. Knpwlng mine. All V want you to tell me Is tion of President William H. Toft, an Miss Nora Taylor attended the bwth-da- y that slneBshepuId not. have moved whether it' Is, good business?" cUy', Dova Irwas'ftm'ong the crew of.itheAlabnma, Mitses Hattio Glenn, up she'ihtist 'have moved down', he dl- wo capoclally commend him for his dinner at Mr. Jim Moore's In Blow told1 him "No." Gnctjr, Ralph, Sylvia 'Barntt, Messrs. which was made up of tho most desefforts to procure bonoflclent laws In perate men of alt nations, one named reeled the oarsmen to pull down- "Then, that settles It," sajd Barnato. honor of their daughter Miss Irizzle's Grayson Co., George and behalf of Uio common people In the John Allen, "You are willing to accept. the respon- twenty-thir- d Dixon. He Is said to have been a mild stream. birthday. nter-o- d It was about 4 o'clock In the sibility of turning down th(s property mannered' man, slender and' delfcato regulation of railroad rates and con- Eugene WaddlEg Ralph, haiva school .the past week. looking, but as bloodthirsty as a tiger. morning thnt officers, crew and passenDUNDEE. at tho price offered?" trol of other great corporate lrrtor-csb- a Tliia AdelrMans ill detata the He was called Crocodile Dixon, tho gers of tho Mary Blake the passen"Yes," was Blow's reply, "but I relation with the Indiin.. their Jan. 30. Quarterly meeting will be Resolved that tho riurnnuie being abbreviated to Croeky. gers herded together in groups on deck want you to examine the reports, maps, vidual citizen. We bollqve that his question caught the sound of oars working In assays, plana, etc,., and see the rea- held at this place first Sunday night strongly for- In 1805 the Alabuaia visited the Indian administration will becamo anoro and Panama Canal should ba and imonday In February. archipelago. Dixon deserted and set rowlocks. Every check blanched. The sons I have for my conclusions." N more popular and that .ho will lie re- tified. up In tho business of piracy on his own women gathered their children In their Miss Mablo Daniel MadlsonvllloBpon "Why should I do this?." Barnato In Messrs. Whlhtaker of Missouri and arms as If to shield them. But no one quired. "You tell me thnt It. Is nof Saturday might and Sunday with Miss In 1912. nominated and account. Ralph, both patrons of the He succeeded In getting' 'a small uttered .even ri moan lest the sound 'good business.' And as 1 cannot un- Oacll JCuykendoU. 3. We commend Senator W. O. Hardin of school were welcome visitors Wed- schooner, which he named the'TSeinmcs should betray them. Captain Archer derstand your report why should I manBradley for tho jvlse and able Mr. Virgil Renfrew who has been In honor, or, rather, dishonor, o his leaned over the bulwarks, listening In- waste my time on anything that is not ner in which ho has looked after nesday morning. confined In his room for some time tently. Whntarms .there werd aboard good business?" Moody's Magazine. The Hypatlan.and.Adclphlan Liter- ld (commander, armed hcr,gathered a every lntorest of our Commonwealth with rheumatism is able to be out ary SoclYJas will have an open ses- crew such as could enslly bo picked bad 'been brought up and placed on since bo has baran tx member of the again. up In that region of plrates..n'nd pro- deck, with the Intention that if boardVOCAL TRAINING ABROAD. United States Sanato, and endorse his sion FrlCay ovenlnc? Fab. 25. Miss "Valeria Harrison .was thtf ceeded to make himself master of ev- ed the men would sell their lives as every action as well as that of tho dearly ns possible, but as to making a The Handicap Amarican Music Stu- guest ot her grandmother Mrs. erything that flonted except SELECT. from which he scudded, away ns successful defense. It was not considother members of Congress from Kendents Face In Paris. Harrison near Narrows from Otanday Jan. 31. Mrs. J. J. Stewart Is Buf- fast as sails would carry hlm'ite'Plrncy ered. As the sound grew more distucky and endorse him for "The American voice Is better han- until Wednesday. fering wiith Rheumatism this week. has always been in vogue In that part tinct. Indicating that the boat was ap dled at home than abroad." Is the con4. Having the utmost conf Idenco in Mr. Carl Brown left Saturday for Mr. E.' 'H. James of Cenitontofwn Is of the world, and Malay pirates have proaching, the captain turned and, fac- clusion that years of experience have loty patriotism and executive the visiting friends and rolatlves hero often figured In stories of luckless trav- ing tho terror stricken people on deck, led Mr. Savage to reach, "for here it DraloesboTo wher-- he will bo the guest ability of Judge EC. O'Rear and his elers who have been forcedVto' walk put his finger on his lips to enjoin 'Is better understood than It Is there. of ihte cousin Mr. Cecil and Charley WQ3k. unfflogglng Bympathy for the farmers this Vocal training acquired. Europe offers Felix for a few days. Mrs. Edmons of Green River, the plank. ,At any rate. Croclsy Dixon silence. and other laboring people In Kentuck concluded to make It his flehV, AH could bear the sound of oars the advantage of generations of tradiFarmers of this vicinity "are very 'StewIn their unotiualcontests with great is vislMng her s!stor Mrs. J. J. One evening Croeky Dlxorit sat, on working slowly, indicating to the ex- tion and an opportunity to crystallize busy clearing ground and burning art this week. the deck of the Semmes' jfufflng a perienced ears of Captain Archer that Individual Ideas of Interpretation. plant bods. tobacco trusts and other corporations Mr. and Mrs. R. S. James Is visit- cigar and watching a big sblpmaneu- - a ,boat was towing some craft larger which have sought to place them In Here the- - singer has his courses of Miss Isabella Thomas Narrows who ' than Itself. Then there was a sound technology; there he finds tho Beaux has ibean abject subjugation, wo commend him ing their daughter Mrs. J. Alex the gusst of her grandfathRhOads of Cromwell this week. of ah oar slipping from a rowlock. Arts for polishing. to the Republicans of Kentucky as er Mr. Noblo Bean for tho past few greenhorn had "caught a crab." .Leach of Graham is Some "One thing that must be. keenly felt Miss Gertie" the most suitable man to lend them The next instant there came over the by Americans studying in Paris and days returned home Sunday. as their candidate for Governor in visiting her dialer Mrs. Haittlo Faught Mr3. Dukg has returned homo from water frightful oaths and the crack of who for years have spent their money the coming stato campaign pledging thus weak. a pistol. Croeky had first sworn" at and time there Is the chauvinistic at- Hartford where eherhas hoen thegueafc Mr. Winson Smith will go to him the support of Ohio County Reand then shot the man who had slip- titude of the French toward American of reloitlvca for the past week. " '" soon to do some Carpenter rt publicans, aliould he determine to singers. ped his oar. Little Miss Ula Bean who has (been work. ' This was quite enough to Indicate to "I'herje arc. It seems. 3,000 American make the race. the guest of her grandparents Mr. Mr. Lawrence Annils of Butler counthose on the" Mary Blake the awful music students In Paris. You can 5. Tho following persons are herety was in tciwin Monday Jan. business. count on three fingers those in that and Mrs. W. R. Bean for thopast weak fate In store for them In case they by d&lgnated as delegates to tho SenMr. W. C. Bradley ofThrelkel Ki. were found by the jdrate. The men. number who will evpr really 'arrive.' has returmed home. atorial convention! to be held at BeavMrs. Georga Cummlngs who has (been .drew long breaths. The women put In many "caserthelrpcople"nre "slaving town baa day last weak on er Dam, next Monday, Jan., 30th, and 'was in wraps about the children's heads, fear- at home, to meet constant demands very ill for soma time is Improving. they pre hereby lna'iructi.d to vote as business. ing that they might cry. Not a sound for more money. Yet those students The Apron hemming tjlven SaiiiUr-da- y The District meeteg of tho A. S. a unit for tho choice of Butler Counescaped, aud in a few minutes It was have no more chance of a Paris ennight by Miss Cecil Kuyikendoll ty for tho nomination for Senator: of E. will. boheldatBaizetown next eyldent that the pirates had missed gagement than an Icicle In regions was Jargely attended and enjoyed by of mak ultra tropical. P. Kcown, E. P. Taylor, C. E. Smith Saturday. Thera them. , most "At the Paris Conservatoire, '' But It was 'not to bo expected that, excellent Institution, ' they bind anative, all. S. A. Anderson-- W. B. Taylor, R. B. ing this a sucker district and put search was ended. Croeky would pupils on L. Heaivrln, ting up Tobacco at Cromweli. the Martin, J. N. Foster, II. Ends Winter's Troubles. conclusion of study for years Prof. Earl Smith closed his school continue it as long ns the fog lasted, of appearances S. L. StQvens, Cap. A. B. Stanley, To many, winter is a season' of at French opera and when It lifted they would be at bouses. In Paris Baker Rhoads, Henry Shaver, W. 1. last Friday and has returned home. arc the Grand trouble. The frostrbktou toes and his mercy. Many were the prayers Opern. the Opera there Comlque and1 the Thomas, Dolroar Wlll'ams, C. R. Hicks whispered (bat Providence might In- Lyrlquc, all signing them for engage- fingers, chapped, handstand lips, chilBEAVER DAM Simon Jones, Wm. Hamilton, E. G. terpose between them and the horrors ments. From these they arp In turn blains, 'cold-sorered and, 'rough sklaa ' Barrnss, J. H. Williams, J. A. Loach, Fob. 1. Bro. A. B. Gardner went to awaiting them. All now hoped that the sublet to such outlying theaters as prove this. But such "troubles fly beO. E. Scott, C. C. D3ttnl3, T. H. Black. Bloomfield Sunday .to fill his ap fog would continue, that the expected those of Bordeaux. Lyons and else- fore Bucklen'a Arnica Salve. A tnlil W. S. Tinsley, Henry Leach, B. M. pointment. massacre or walking of the plank, where In the provinces. The French xxavlucos. Greatest neater of Burns, whichever it might be, should be de- do not want the money to go out of Bolls, Piles, Cuts, Sores, Bruises, Woodward, R. R. Wedding, Geo. Mr. Fon Rogert of Plkesrllla, Ky ferred as long as possible. Then, too, the country. Thompson, Carry Burch, C. M. Bar-iiet- t. and his brother, Lon, of, Eczoma and Sprains Only 25c at all the longer the fog lasted the more hope "And still tho cry Is: 'Go to Paris to druggslts. B. S. Cliambar.lln. Ky spent a day with their brother m that something might occur to cbango study! Go to Paris to study!' Since Ohio County had ben In- last week. the situation. Armstrong in Aluslee's. structed to vote for Butler County's Mlas Jonnis B. Maddox,of Owens-bor- n Mennonites' Founder. There were no further Indications of rnar srt up a, BLOopouBDLiNa siiodt. choice, they cast their vote for Air. Is visiting relatives at this The Mennonites take their naroo verlng to get put of the strait be- the presence of tho plrateifor an hour. 'Whon'the Proas WarrRoatricted. Holman. The delegation from place. fog it Many of the restrictions tbut ham- from Menno Simons, born In, Wltmarj fore the dark should come on and pre- The plainwns gutting thinner, andmosum, Holland, Iq1493. He entered County m!s3od their train was Mr. John Taj lor, of Princeton Ky., vent that It might at any pered' the influence of the press reher doing so. The pirate resem- ment be possible to distinguish through mained lu force until the close of the the priesthood of the1 Roman Catholic and were unable to be present, at was in town last week. bled a spider watching some clumsy Catholicism early that time, and telephoned to Mr. R. Mrs. Lida Milter has gone to Tulsa Insect getting Itself entangled In a it objects at n fair distance. Then eighteenth century in Eugland. It was church, renounced persecution began In 1Q36, severe came another terror for those aboard B. Martin to cast their vote also for Okla., to spend the winter with her web. till that period that newspapers to make A no't Dixon lay perfectly still, con- the Mary itself felt against his followBlake. The sound of oars .obtained the right to criticise 'the poliBatler County's choice, which re- daughter, who has recently moved to fident that the big ship, ubwleldly-iwas again beard, this time more cy of ministers, and, of the king. Mr. ers, and having heard accounts ot the the narrow strait, would full Into bis' rapid. Indicating sulted In ,Mr. Holman, being unani- that city. that they were not Walter, the first editor of the London colon established in the, now world, mously elected the nominee. There Tha Methodist Quarterly meeting con hands. Perhaps there were' other ves towing. Then thrpugh the dissipating Times, was prosecuted for censuring Penn, they began to eml-- 1 being no furth or .business, Conventlo vened at the Methodist Church here sels In sight whose attention be did mist was seen a boat pulled by six the Duke of York. He was sentenced grate to Pennsylvania near the end not care to attract; perhaps ho preadjourned. Saturday and Sunday with good at ferred the morning for the capture. oarsmen. As soon as tbey espied the to pay a flno orv$250, stand In tho pil- of the" seventeenth century, R. IJ. MARTIN, Ch'm'u. tendance. Rev. S. J Thompson, pre At any rate, he made no move, to get Mary Blake they set up a blood cur- lory for an hour, be Imprisoned for a dling shout. Resting on their oars, year and give security for, bis good besiding eider, filled the pulpit. J. NEV FOSTER. Soc'y. up his anchor and carefully avoided they began to look about tbeui'for the havior for seven years. The order Notice to Subscribers. Mr. Tlchonor of Matanzas is displaying any evidence of the Semmes. which they bad ovidently left with regard to the pillory was a .. 1 in'the'prosccutlonof ' spending a few days with relatives Ipl When you fail to get your thclfsearcb.--' butbe,bad to. serve, his term in The shin he watched was the Man FOR FLETCHER'S this lYiclnity. paper regularly notify. . tfala, And now with tho suddenness of Jail. fogs this one vanished, giving Rar. Birch Slilolds who has been car Bluke of Philadelphia. She bad been office. We have no means Japan with a cargo counplace to bright sunshine. The rowboat rylug on a mooting at Olaton returned to und was making for that 8amo Thing. whatever ot knowing If you try her way back was q cable's length from tho Mary Mr. Simpson was reading the newshomo Saturday night. do not p-i- t your paper, utvleaw School Notes. tvlih Japanese goods for America, Blake, the Semmes was half a mile paper. "Ilere's a, Chicago man got Miss CUUIe Austin who has been you notify us, and we want) her crew were a number of 'pas- beyoud the rowboat, and two miles Into a drunken sbrawl aud was stab- Prof, Burksdale Hamlo'.t, Supt. of sick and out of school for tho just sengers, Including womcu and chil- above was a ship coming down with YHi one of our subscribers bed to death," ho. said aloud, Ilopklnavllle City Schools, was n two weaks Is able to come back again. dren. Captain Archer, a young man the tide, which had just turned. A tofjta. The Republican every His wife glanced tip from her knit plousna!; vlaltor last Friday morning Mr. L. D. French of Pleasanli Rldgo who had been promoted from matV, light breeze filled her But at Chapol and gave an excellent talk. Is visiting relatives at this place and was her cotnniauder. lie had recently most gladdening sight sails. was the ting and commented, "la - some low of all the been, married, aud his wife iwas square openings, along her sides for. salooa, I suppose' to the II lli School Pupils. When you chase your ad Taylor Mines, "No. The paper says be got stabbed , aboard. Rwv. Brunor, City and Rev. Cecil r, guns. Indicating that she was a us promptly, dress 'notify in the thoracic cavity."1 Mrs. Dick Stevens vlalted relatives Now. the contain bad been In these and more cheering, than all , "Same thing., You'd think, the poStevens, Louluville, coniduotxM devo- la a&d tWsar Reudjr Saturxlay .and give your old address as and' waters before and knew its dangers. was tho sfars and stripes streaming lice would close such a place up." National exv'rci&os Monday morning. Mr. Sunday. w poet offiee well as yea? Ai soon as he espied the low'J.CHt from the peak. " tional Monthly. Stuvens is a former aijudacit of the address., Mr; GVayion-'Rhoodescnool" closed m?HooiiwlyIngat unc.liarso quietly h To the inert In the beat the sight, of : school, lu axldtv&alng lis ho discus3-o- d Friday and i mxnected her. This Is why be risked this new ship was as terrifying as it he returned home, Sunilay Whea- - you write to this Unfit. the throe fold d,"velopmer,t uf life entored school Monday. iti'ttlug his ship aground on the reeks was gtify)ag to these oa the Mary Cadger Old Hlghroller has Just been office always five your post Physical, Muutal and Spiritual; poinbefore nightfall In order to tnaku Mm Blake. Tbey pulled frantically to the . i "' 'in .telling us about a Une was ted out various evils' ijo bo uvolded, offiea address, for eoine Mare ' opqn.sa.., Be' lildfu' pilot, but tbe.alr. Seame8whBeeEewrhaving seen the 'shlpwr&kiM' awl. ftl( .whea be .'but Cauglft in the Rain.' was murky, aud he was afraid of fee,. sight, were gettlug up sail. Ilavlng it' Is quite aeeeasary to Wlte and Nuphaalzud tho Importance uf a If (he schooner were really a plrMe" take.n. aboard the boat's crew, they I be were eatea by oaaalbak.. Bailaer you, aud iwv hvae ae way of d uyjiiinotrCcal gnoA(tli. Douglasvllle, "Five years agfo. be might better sink his sblpthan fax slipped their cable and made off to' the Why didn't tbey eat. bin? Cadger- -1 talllag where Ayou get, yeur Yvot. Fred Audcrsoni van a weluome I was caught in the rain at tho a prey to her. On the other hand,' If southward at an aagle with the course uoa't kaow exactly, but i suspect there taaM, only by lekig at toe wo appreciate his words of wrong time." (writes Edna Ruthjrtord, a fog came oa It might rWtor and conceal tlw ef the By the tine the was a pure food eotamUalua ea the aad. atomp on the Llpplacett's. aaeouragteneivt and fraternal Inter- - of Douglasvllle, "and front that time, ship from the pirate. latter received the signals that the flythat U. Is very 4Ht. was takeil with dumb chllUt and foWhile he was debating the cbaas ing schooner was' a pirate It was too iauefiaita. late, Wie had got Into waters where Prof. Smith ppent the wepk end at yers, aad suffered more than I can a mbt settled down which goon "Yew daughter's bralu, m4m, apthe two vaesete from each .oth- the armed, vessel could aot fellow her. Atedkonvllle pud. Miss Llkeiwi atlloav toll. I tried everything that I thought De aot feel timid la Wit-la- g The those oa the Mary Blake fell pears, te be aorl." ' would help, and had four doctor, er, Dixon before the Mary Blake was r Dam. ,, us whaa you havit a vta-itdear, we've any- -' bad position "Dr, hlddeu bad Jllgii Suboo4 ww dlsmlitygil Friday but get no relief. I took pardul, tho he would be.noted her steer for sottet ea their knees and gave thanks -, tbtag ef that kia4 la abh) to family waea you er wae bmm; her n their escape, t Boon to oitlw.to give Supt, Uach woman's tonic. Now, I f bitor ease tU.e( fag .protected, her (or too & I'w aurarvCtevelaiMl Plata DealGreeky Dlioa wt'bi mi whUe jwr- bar of yaur taatUy 4g .' tk iValldlng tuJiAW a. ooumnon school thaa In many months." Gafdul 4oe a thufl to aoserd with bU InterMM. ud ,Wy a Uatted . am tov gabet.j er, n wbaraW aAwajw waat an uikj ming..aaa uo WMHiHHUoa. ffCicero ciua iaiid it wU.-- That's Captala. ANber, who had author, TT up 11 M Bl INHl, IIML mv W0W1A ere ,. to ariat taa aavw, aad eaa Hicewlty of changing bio taken he ttred a abet late U4i own tw xae4 the B3cret,-of- . tHMHlmMoa Friday.. Its DO yoawi ofc9U.-TryCardul.- seelsg-lheLn toujt taa. ta Vaaal ' wr a "' peaittas, rabwd the aacber aad perMkV bwita; 1, and! . HimAcy'ti . Qriftc L, HlHAn Mtkft Mini ItMin Etw B mm POWDER THE ALABAMA'S MHutMito awry Mm talf WYSOX. g stf PHUTECB1CK irny rlt1,)i(fMwhl nht ; hr Jtr "" ft-m- a - Amo-elatio- n. accompa-'nUd.'by'.raa- Absolutely Pure nwi . . ed . . 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