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Subscription $1 per Year No. 30 CIRCUIT COURT SESSION Tliis Week for Three Week's Duration. -- 4VOL.XXIIL JOHNSON NAMES THREE MEN 'He Declares Objected to His Religion. Two Judges of Appelate Court HERTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY.ffRIDA.J, FEBRUARY 10, 1911. had bean misinformed a to their to him In thte Qoiwaora race. They gave out a statement that follows; The Hon. Ben Johnson, In his publish! card withdrawing from the rae for Governor, states that thrw Judges upon the bench of one of tho highest courts of tho state, have bean h'ard to eay that they lwould mot vote for a Catholic for Governor, "As those words, taken in connection with what follows,, mutt retho fer to threo of us wo Judges Court of Appeals of Kentucky, feel it Incumbent upon us to reply to that muchof Mr. Johnson's card, and each of us "states that ho has .never approved entertained or expressed anyauch sentiment or tfias been heard to say any such thing and that Mrjohnson, has been misinformed. J J. P. HOBSON, W. E. SETfTLE, at-ttteto-nig- ht Sitm's New Kin& Will Establish Schools Like Thodt In America with his law books under his arm. There may be a groat deal about law that, tho njw Congra?aman does not kmow, but, his friends Bay that If he masters h!s subject os quickly and as thoroughly as he did polltica, ho will havo no trouble in graduating with first honors. Government Quits Printing Busi- T se and Louisville Man Name- dDenial by the Judges. The Louisville Herald concerning, Den he charged with wouia not vote 'lor a -. ond-Judg- f Postmajitcr GcfiKhrdl Hltchccck hag announced that af fc.r next January the government will dlsoontinuo tli print- Grand Jury Gets ti ing of stamped envelopes and Petit .Jury Bears .that tho same be dotfo by 1' tiio Ica.l aiwspapccB in 3Very. town wh.jro (thciro ness. Work and Away . , V','( blowing has the taV Johnson, and saying phey uaxnouc iui GoviirnDr, Judge T. J. Nunn John M e 'Utseiag were two or wa fcnreo juages jof the Court of Appeals .Ben Johnson had ..in mind when he charged ithat 4'thr'e (members of the highest count . In Kentucky had said fthat they would .not,, vote for a Catholic for Governor." Dr. A. B. Weaver la the member of tho Louisville Board Df Education to whom Mr. Johnson referred. THe names of the throo wore made public by Sir. Johnson at the Old Inn last night, while discussing his letter of withdrawal from the race for the Democratic nomination for Mr, Johnsaa ,was ased Jovernor. the pointed question by a reporter for The Herald.' "Who are the men to wham you referred In yourstattement?" "It was Dr. A. B. Weaver, of the School Board,, who made ithe asser-Jgoto Mr. George Landrum, A the Snrithlanid Banner, who caano to mo. vhlle. Mr. Landrum was tiling of the. matter, OUIe James, Congressman from the First district .passed through of The Seelbacb, and was" oaiieu Dy Mr. iananuu, tou owh If he heard Dr. Weaver's declaration, n, J. M. LASSING J0HND. CABJIOLL, SHACKELFORD MHLER. T--J. ' aUNN, Whjla Shelton af. Saufley. editor of The Interior Journal at Stanfonxi, Is the young man referred totby Mr, Johnson In his card as havens been sent into, ithe , Eighth Congnasstoraal district to buy a paper to fight him his friends and foranar nowsipaper associates here know this infanmatton given air. Johnson is absurd. Editor Saufley hasoon) planning Ho paper and months to purchase a whenhejjurchascd fThe interior journ al was and had beanamuJoyed by the supporters of Mr. Johnson in thl3 city, all of whom arc Protcutanfs. Etlltor Saufiey wlUjhave his card out boinorrow, .X special permit for tfcia tqwna noar-t)the nqwspanor where a town has The- Ohio Circuit Court convened no paper of Its own. No larger bownl In court hall In Hartford last Monwill ,be altowod- - to have a moroply day mornltg with Judge T. F. Blrk-hoon ,tho printing of the vrivelor' 3 to presiding, and Commonwealth's tho d.trim'cEt or the small3r'n'aws-papcr- s. Attorney Ban D. Rlngo and County Attorney C. E. Smith present to look A unlfarm scale cf prinit'g fvlll bs atiter the evil doers. Official sfienbg-raph- er' prepared by thj .post ofWcj dopart Marvin Mlllor was also preseand insisted ui.cn, cr tho r.w nt-to report such cases as papr will not bo said 3tampod Importance. for printing. Tb aca of Tho following named gontiomeu printing will bo such that a iwn-abl-- s were empanelled as grand jurors ,viz. profit can ha mad by th office W. E. Johnson, M. D. Ashby, P. S. prlnt.'ng Lhain, Tbe deiur'.m at will Coleman, W. B. laylor, D- - L. Mad-do- x, also sDcn make a ruling that mo first A. Ross, W. V. Ren trow, R. N. class mall will bj allowed transmis- Pate, W. F. Stevens, James P. Bension through the miatU until It ha3 nett. J. A. Westerfield and Peter a return caird wnltton or printed tliee- - Shown. W. E. Johnson 'was selected on. asforaman, W. B. Taylor, clerk, and P. S. Coleman, sheriff. After being For Rent. Instructed- - by the Commonwealth's One hundred and ten acres of good Attorney, Mr. Rlngo, supplemented by land, In Rough River bottoms and goo' some painted suggestions upon tho farm house Situated near Narrows, part of the Court. Judge Blrkhead,cn Ky. Apply to, hearing the report of the officers, thj CHARLES CARTER, grand Jury ropalred to its room for 23tf Narrows, Ky. consideration of thee routine busl- 3t ad is a noispapcc and by Trials. nnt dedmed-of;sufflclo- FARMERS TO MEET BBBbhIm&T1'' SOOIATjfsfERLING Excellent .' ,'BBBB' ? Yi flBMii'V-lwBBB- wiUd?she.-V- r. jama)'sald,h,dW; Program. ''Judge. 1S.iJHN'unn of:.tho JCantwcliX. Court of Appeals said In the office of Judge James, at Marlon that ho would net support a Catholic for Gover nor and again repeated his assertion 'Again while ra'iirnlng from a Wc&t ern trip to his homo In this State Judge Nunn while "eeatcd In ba dining room of the Old inn at the second ftlslo as you d table on the clerk's deal; said to enter from the Rogers Gore, a membor of the Christian church, that a Catholic couldn't right-haT,ll'-ltfe at Frankfort. w t late Judge be elected, and a Nunn told Mr. Gore In the tabby of the Old Inn that If i Persisted Iniroak lng tho" race for Governor tlu feWVxits of Louisville would flow "with, ljood thicker than it was on "Bloody (Monday," years, ago. 'This Rogetrs Gorea reputable genr tloman, stands ready to make affl davit to." ,,Tho Fourth district Congressman con Inued' by saying: I have. It from m 'cllablo parties that Judge Losing was anettier Judge of the 'Appellate Court who-ina- de the assertion, ithat a Catho lic couldn't bey&eotcd Governor of the rto and that he made this osaaittlon asveral times. 'Mr. Johnson sold In touching on the statement of Dr. Weaver r s-the "Here Is my point rngardlniz statement of Dr, wcavesr that it saems (very unfair that a mmn who Is 'occupying a prominent poallton In the educatdnal affairs of a city the' lze of Louisville should say or do anything that would prejudice tho pub 41c against children who are affiliated with, thee Catholic reWglon. History, records the fact that the members of the Catholic church have 'bun over loyal to thta Government -- and patriotic In thought and daod. Therefore it Is unjust for man filling a position that tea to do wJi training the childish mind to give vent to fitioh exprfBefon as tho ope he made la the prfeenceAf OWe Jame and Mr. Laadram." lr. . Jeaaofi,.sald. he was not at the name of theota r Jwfce of the Owt of Awte who W .dolared hta oppakton to ulna JhtaapuaveC hW jaMgon m Vt was toia loVm la a JtaOiimlM WUr. IKMrtf-HeHilralge (ri'11 atadifnaiit to Jh4n Nuna at AwaWoqt ayM' telepaoae. He Ud be would Mply to l( la a fonual awUywU. ' JUD088 DISCLAIM fTHK 8TORV., FraaMoit, Ky., rrt, . la Mr. JohBAoaV w Ooart ef night tfcai OomrmmmtM of 4 uteMMftUA to- Ba (Jeaasoa simes, ue'stiuutnl .uiuuui cioseiy wiien ue visui-- uiis couuirj- a. lew yean ago, wnen lie wus tne crown prince. ITie king utnwelf is a graduate of Engliind'H famous Oxford university. Soil Tillers. He speaks several inngimes fluently,, lins written bookVnnd plays and Is progressive. When he was butra boy he saw a typewriter for the first time, and he Immediately ordered ond. He became an expert operator and. If M-tSterling, Ky., Fob. 7. On necessary, could earn his living running the machlue. At his .suggestion tho 23,24 and 23, tha State parjnors manufacturers made typewriters with Siamese characters, and they were soon Institute .Will conwne In this city lri general use In Bangkok and other Siamese cities. King Chowfa Is twenty-pin- e years old. Ho is a close student of military affaire and Is familiar with and this Wd3 fair to be era. cccES'ltai of vogue In and systems gpjatintciio3t and muoh bonollt to hQ the tactics Chulajongkorn.In was more England and Germany. Ills father, tho late Klhg progressive than his predecessors and faranora of thl3 couni'jry.'as; (well as lo- paved the way for the reforms that his son is expected to Introduce. cal people. Plrcsldcnt ,T. J. Blgstaif f , of this olty iboard In Lex DEATHS CAUSED BY AT SCHOOL WITH msit with itho cxacutl-ington this week, and arranwd the prosram and other things. A partial CONGRESSMAN-ELECT RAILROADS LAST YEAR ts lte,t of thid" aiaafoins and thdV MeUiIn Sti3wart. has been glron cut as follows: Some of Ohio Coun"u"s Moslt valu President Bgstoff will deliver the openlrg addrS3 fol'owcd by an addres Nearly McDowell A. Fogle Attending able Resources and How to Develop 3,000 Victims Taken off Thean F. W. Plrtle and by Commlsaloner JciT Agr.'cultuTe, M. Edgar Law"School With Hon. W. . Boehm, . Prof. J. W. Splllman. Of Unit by Following Hazardous jd Statca department of Agriculture T Llvo Stock and How .to Prpniyj tor" J, Fields. ' -. on- - "Farm Management:'" "Foadics Business Market S. L. Simons and L. - n.; Farm Animals" will ha handled "by a mm .aitiiai Tk. h station mohibor of the expeirjnient Rural Telephones and How 'to Se Fields, Congrossman cure Them T. F. Tanner. staff; Prof. J. J. Hooper on th "Farn Washington, Fob. 8 During tho Hon. Horse," Prasldcrit Henry S. EMKer, months of July, August and Septem- elect of tho Ninth District, :has Instructions relating to agnlculture . In nho law deprftbtmont of general of State University, on "Hog ChoUira ber last tlw number of parsons killed discussion. Kentucky v State Unlver<y nt Sonum,' Mrs. Eliza Martin, head of in train accidents was 321, w&itlo EDGAR BOEHM. tho domestic sclnece work of tho were injured. Thosa facts ar0 .lDgtoji, this being the wuiio work T. H. TANNER, wihlch Mr. McDoweU A. Fogle, of this Kentucky Federation of Woman's disclosed in bulletin issued SHELBY ROCK. Clubs, of Louisville, "Tha (Usefulness by the Intesfctato Coomiuerco Commis- cltj-- . Is 'taking. Tho idea of a ConCommittee. at Wo 'wish to state that we will have" of Domestic Sclenoe;'' Dr. M. A. Sco-vel- i, sion, the flrjt .bulletin ds3ucd under gressman being "one of the-bo- ya dfcrcotor of the Kentucky the ravteod accidont law. It Jivcludoh collegy has caused much comment two Interesting and valuable books among tho taw. students; Erpsriment Station, 'What many accident not for aU who attend, the bcoks will be InTbio following Is a clipping from free, and all who are interested In tba State Fair does for the Fairauir;" cluded in accidont bulletins. growing good farm products especially Miss Aubyn Chinn, director of the The tc?U xumb-j- r eff cisua'Wes of tho Cincinnati Enquirer.. Reprvsewtatlvo-ele- ct Wllltam J. nice fruit should not faU to Bjcurj djpairtmcnt of domciitlc soJiano at tlv3 all kinds for the Quarter was 22,320 State University, on some Importaot 2,949 klUcd and 19,380 dnjurjd on Fields, of Carter county, who will oE'q of these books. succeed J. B. Bennrtt as Ooxsneai- HENRV M. RIRTLE, Sc'y. feature bf donKstic ssokuico. steam operated nraUwaj-B- . .Tho totals Prof. c. W, Coffee, of tho University aro 3arxiy lncreaasd.over tha corre- - man from, tha Ninth congresstonal No Saloons Eddyville. a inau. Fcx a of Illinois, has been Uwited io ! pontHttg penlcds ibecaus o the ln-- i Dlstrlot. k a Princeton, Ky., Fob. 6 Loat week xipertJ oluslonr.of highway oroesing aocWet3 number of yeara. Mr. Fields una a on "Sheep Breeding" while an tocommjrclal tTavole. His itorriKxy savoral quondam, aalcon-kewPer- s, fruit mtear ifjiom the-- Virginia maun- - and 'those of tresspassers on the was Eastern Kentucky and It lasald gether wiUi a fW comnatUa and pals a4n w4M toM Kectuckj- farni.cirfl lirrw tracks, etc. At the swim tlmo(lae la in o'fort frul toan be uoceefuly in the total of certain claescis of acokWats' that when ha became a candidate for made a final to reWve the "good old days of red Conthe DamoeraUc nominaUun for mountakiB of Koabucky. 1lh1 meet- to aaloyies are dlmnlshcd by tbj gress boew every bypath In. ev,jry coo. ' In Eddyville. Last Thursday's ing will bring 1&0 vIsltoM to our city of accidents '(tonn3rly loelud-w- l) courtyho Issuo of tho Lyon County Herald de in that congroc&lonal dtstnict. and an liyterfcwtteg tlm'to anV.0ipat- w4ilch' are not peculiar to railWhen ith delegate of the oongiya-nlon- al voted a groat deal of display to re- d. way .operation, por th quarter In the ocunploto triumph they were all Jolcing over question. this total is 21,134132 friends coovwition met ho was nomin- the element of Eddyville ofFJekls and Good CoiditiM. kUlad'aud 21,002 lnjuned. Xockport Baik ated iwlthout difficulty. In the cam-I.t- a accomplished, ifhe ealoon men proaeu To 4ae Directors of 'the Roottpont D t ,Tha, aajdaat otottotloa.of thoolear. his id'fflads to whom he had cd a ipotttion drawn. up and. supposed traiflc tJ4o .Maa aa .wfclaa pacrit Bank: nokjnnil'.VUtU AJLJ Un Halting geoda mlll.d to tJs cup ly signed by many ijtlseus calling lunnWicul ulinw. 1 Xltto la ito OMtlfy I havo made a d aa a Demo- - for another vote on loeal option. na ' "" 1,676 Injured. careful ixaailaattcHi 0f your ibaak, and U.tley, representing tlvj prouaa UJCH Kv..fi tOTl UV U W.N7VV ij find K te a moat xoellnt aoadltlon Rajiublicau.tw a MHiavor of yrarj. hibition .foroea eoon obseonml that ' Mardi Gras Thajbooks and aaeounit ar nicIy Now thatfMr. Fields Is In Congress, many mainea on ho pUtlon were a'it kw, atM aaviiag gone qvw mi iww .Mardl Gnu CetebmtJon Nv Or- he has dotfltalnad ito make a real law od there, having been cut troni oth-o- r UU leans La., Fab. aaa 441Wof ib bwk, wMn a Oa aeoauat raakor out of hWaaslf. He has Just potitloas aad documents. The Peof Dlrotow, and of, above, the L. aad N. will ksM faaad Hiatrk'ukiii aa a regular btudent In tition, was therefore vokl and Illegal 4Mb thay ar. all good. I foal trip tlakote Hartford ,Ky., to Nw (be Law DjpMMteneat of tha. Kentucky aad Qsough bona fide names oauld tktat ym i to b eoagrattetd oa t9.a daUa ef jiate F4b. Slat, State Ualinky. vwal ycaB ago not be aeourod to call for a ballot. - to 2T laaUislwatijrtl w BtaMhr aaatHtow e your, eitttatloa to rather dlataatiful to. iMlt rtumlag, hi uadertc. to wtoi&v law, out dU -' K ALu, Hot )air taaa. mlaaigat of iMauh Uta awrtlou?. et a the w aoafWwiaa saloon, ajfapatalaatv wata to VJ. A. PRAYtBR, 1911. " BKwe coH)Walvt haefwlcdae of the who have betas walUag, feo this glo- rmtki)r,- sm SHtilm Bask Wtf M. X. M18CHKK, Agt.. law aow awl U W 51ag to sdaool rioas day of -- 4Qr4ho.Edification- ;tit V' r reported Arranged llonllhta-youn- to have tnken steps to establish schools In his country that will offer sublects'a chance to cot. nn education. He intends .to dovelon ... .l... ... ' .. . .. a :: iv- - .. 01 ,uie iJiiijtm tvdjcii ainymew, m wchuuw moui-iu- King Chowfa of Sinra, who .- lius been on the throne only a Xtyv weeks, In otthe .,.. u u alto-geth- . Fefb-rua- e nub-Jeo- CThcise' .empanelled as petit jurors for the present term, follow: COUNTY FARMERS CLUB E. E. Rhoads, Joe F. Hill, J. P, Shrum, EV M. Reynolds, J. V. Hager-ma- n, H.' T. Porter, Harrison Austin. J. L. Mason. J. M. Smiley, Jno. Meeting will be Held February 11- J. V. Cojrage, E. T.'Ron-d'- r. Aha O. Coy, Joe Rhoads, J. T- Inter,estingj.,:;;Fro-,- r I v. . . ShUlfz. L. A. Stevens, S. H. Riley ? Q. W. Oampfield, Solan Chlnn, J. E. MU-lc- c. gram. H. B. Bean, Walter Knctt. J. and Frank Lyons. The Ohio County Fanmors Club will Tho Com'th. cases om Monday lnict at Hartfcl Count Housa Feb.. of as follows; Filed away 11th at 10 o'clock.- - Wo- the ocm-mlt'- with leave to reinstate on motion ot beg leuvo to suibmlt tho Commonwealth Attorney or County prcgrom. Attorney: Jioy Elder, Jo 3 Elder, Inn'ooaUon Rev. It. D.'Bjnnttt. Sherman Kirk, et al., Charles Cou-dc- ir, Should Agriculture be Taugh in th Lee Fulkerson, tt al., Ira pilPublic School, If So To What Evtent-Pr- of. lows, Conwllus L. Williams, Rufus T. H. Smith. Bartlatt. Getting up Interest in tin Formers Ktricken off The oases ordered Club Prof. Henry Leach and L. B. (Continued on Eighth Pas) Tlchonor. Why Should Farmers aa'ise Shvjp were-deposecd fol-lqvl- PROGRAM FOR OHIO ' Victor Matthews Marries. . w;J. -- L-j- .to-da- y Vgrl-cultu- ailf-mad- at rald deatli-aSnugg- it antl-ealoc- on i' latrts .i01' Ex-Sna- Anent tho marriage of Mr, Victor Mathews, formerly of this city and a Son of editor Hob or Matthew, of the Hartford Herald. Tho Hamilton, Ohio Evening Journal says;, Jf "Victor Matthews, 22, a llnofypo opjraitar at the Jounral, and Mis Ethel Marie Leacock elcped to Kj' Tuesday morning and wore married by Rev. Mr. Carlisle. The ceremony was performed at H o'clock afteir which the ooupb left for a trip throug0the South. Arriving at Louisville they wrote a Jetted home, explaining what had taken place ard stating they will bo borne Thursday to receive . the parental blessing. Miss Leacock Is only lc years of age." Tho father of the young man (was given a hint of the affair by a telegram requesting him to meat thorn ' at the L. & N. depot in Louisville last Wednesday morning and lie did so, spending the day with the happy couple at the Wlllard. The (bride Is a beautiful girl Of the blonde tvpe. well educated a fine musician and a most charming personage. Shocomea of one of Hamilton's very best fami lies. Thoro was nO objection to the union only the tender ago of the young lady. The groom was born and roared In Hantford but for alii ipost two yeans has hold U good position ' aa allotype operator on the Hamilton' Journal. Ha Is a fine worliiman, and, a trusted employe. Thoy oanio to Louisville and returned "by boat ao City of Loukvlllo. Cov-Ignt- on, Ckkatii. New Masosic Temple. Hopklnsvlllo, Ky., Feb. 7. appointed by HopkhisviJJo, lodge no. 37, F. and A. M are' at' wiork solleitng funds Jor Uia eroc-- 1 Uoa of a M&eoalc Temple in this1-Th- e city. Already a targe win has e?a sabcrlbed aad the 'lodge bellevjft that It will be alo to put up t bpildlay thta aarlag. Com-mltite- os ta Jag M-au- r4 ttui t( X ,1 t IETHII3TS TO 1HVIH OUTS" FOR "WORN "I jt Will Raise Two Million Dollars Side"roaltee it . ., Pains in My Left is better, to be Do you sorry, that it is the best safe than policy to lock the stable door before the horse is stolen? A W ttrrA " "" tfcih I , .. te Support v Superan- -' nuates. dol- - rf t Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy A' Jt 7i r cured Mrs. C. C. Gokey, of a stubborn case of heart disease, such as Ofckago, Fob. 6. Two Jlllllon ' law for the support of the euporan- - thousands arc now suffering with. what atel iBintstors of h0 Meethodlst Read Ttefore Ishe says: Dr. Miles began taltlne EpVaoopal Church was decided on by th Heart Remedy I had been suffering Ijoand of Conf0renoeat ite .annual meet from heart trouble for over five yean. I had crown so weak that it "Wednesday. in was impossible for'tne to do thirty Of this sum ono million will uo for rninules work in a whole day. 1 ' suffered intense pains in my leftside .distribution during tho coming year and under the left shoulder blade, I could not sleep on the left side, and Ja euport of tho worn out ministers was so short of breath that I thought tho widows of the deceased ministers 1 should never be able to take a full breath again. The least ex citeraent ,aai dependent children. Tho other would bring on the roost distressing million Is to ibe raised for a permapalpitation. I had scarcely taken a e nent fund, the amount invested and of the Heart Remedy before I could Me a marked change in ckfaed to in tho future- The first my condition. I began to sleep million dollars will too raised during well, had a good appetite, and improved so rapidly that when 1 had current years. The (tinis for rais- the taken six bottles I was completely ' ibo expormanont half-bottl- lng 4hd fund. is to tended until tho meeting of ,tho Gen-or- al Ooonference in 1012. Bishop Joseph JjerrjV of Buffalo, ' presided. In the election of officers Bishop Berry, who had been nomlnat- was by tho Board of Bishops, .elected president Oliver H. Horttan tvta elected Vico pnsldottt, Marvin Campbell, of South Bend, was elect-o- d k Treasuror, and Rev. J. A. was eleated Recording Secre- MRS.CC GOKEY, cured. NorthCeld,Vt If you have any of the symptoms Mrs. Gokey mentions, it is your duty to protect yourself. ,.! Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy. is what you need. If the first bottle fails to benefit, your money is returned. Ask your .druggist. MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind. Mul-flng- er tary. , fil h an vagell States and Canada wih titlhe trffoT of conference Thursday, In which all a reward of SI.TJOO for information ie ministers of tho Methodist Epis- leading to her recovery. copal denomination will participate- A demand for $7,000 ransom for Miss Arnold and an intimation that Attack Like Tigers. Arnold's ihome may be hlown up are In fighting to keep the blood pure contained to one of tho letiters made This latter, (written in iwblte corpuscles attack disease public y. nth-.Cenros like tigers. But oftjn germs English, says. .jnuWply bo fast the lltitle fighters are "Your daughter, is in very good overcome. Then see pimples, bolls, hands. So if you wish your daugh ,jczemia, saltrhoum and sores multiply ter back don't put tho police on our and strength and appetite fail. tTihls tracks, as that "toetecUve Flynn is no condition demands Electric BWtcre to good and could not track us If he .regulate stomach, liver and kidneys tried. ; .and to expel poisons from ice blood. - "Maybe, next wjk, jiext week after, "Ttbey aro the best blood purifier' you will find a neat package with writes C. T. Budahn, of Tracy, Calif., some of Dorothy's curls in it so watch "I have ever found." They makerloh, for it. You may think tills is the xed blood, strong nerves anid build up Italian .black hand, but it is the Amr-- r Try thfem. oOc at' all loan black hand iband. your bealUh. m druggists. "Beware of our fine house as it may be down to the ground inside or BiBboop Berry will Head to-da- Snakes Run Express Office. 7. short (time. -- Fort Collins, Colo., Feb. were employed by an express company, and if a woman left two boxes to your charge, with instructions to keep ithem in a cool place and if af 'er an absence of two dayis. th lady re turned, found the boxes rather in need jot (thawing and asked the privilege of qPeBlng her boxes near the stove; and l upon opening these boxes tho lady should place a dozen chilly, but nevertheless venomous reptiles about that etove and should then depart on an errand what would you do? The chances are you would do just uvhat the employes of the Adams express office in this city did when a snake charmer, who showed a a vaudeville theater here last week, carried out tfie program as outlined above, and set your feet on top of the highest table in the room! The employes of the office kept themselves elevated on various pieces of furniture for nearly an hour as a ig rattlesnake was not longintihaw- ing out, and soon ruled the office-- The cnake charmer returned In toe ta ,aave ithe employes from starvation and took possession of her pets. If you "If you will meet our man at the statute of Garibaldi at AVashington pork wath the sum of 7,000 hard dollars your daughter will (mot?) suffer a torture.' Do ootbring any or twill be worse for your daugh'-tef- f than it will lie for our banli "Need the money. "Yours truly, from "THE BAND." pjj-llce For Sale. Good nlneToom two story dwelling in Centertown, Ky., has good cis- tern, good cellar, never failing well of water, good stable and other out buildings, one acre lot of ground. A jplendid location for family residence and' hotel. Price and terms reasonable. Apply to BARNETT & FOSTER, Agents, Hartford, Ky. $7,000 Ransom is Demanded. New York, Fob. 7. False clews will ' the wisp tips and delusive liters, one of which demands a ransoom, whero all tho comfort th y in their Arnold family got Ufcorch for Dorothy the missing daugh to-da$7,-0- 00 r, Tho datcctivo bureau heard that .Miss Arnold had been' in the habit of celling at the goneral dellvroy wto-doof the postoffice fox foreign letter nd that on the day of her disappearance Bho received such a Tho family did not belidvo it. Francis n. Arnold, ,who is a mltfian-alr- e importer of perfumeries Is &U11 co vteCed that his daughter Is dead, has ophaala or Is held for ransom by orw let--ie- r. iginals. Jcfcn'W. Arnold a broths arivcd Jfrom Europe it cim out lo-da- y. broken down under the strain, and is being kept In seclusion, with friends out ot lxnwn. rom Philadelphia came a hearsay conversation attributed to a taxicab .chauffeur there in which the phrase, TJbe old man makes hi money in per tvm'e,'' occurred. Tho conversation Indicated that Mies Arnold had beta decoyed into an auto and kidnapped fro Hem York, but U lacked coaf InuaUon. Ciroulam reproducing three of Miss ArBOld'0 litest photographs smd gto-- 4 lag',, a minutely detailed description of to apeaWinco wore. mailed to-a- y vry ciieX oX poUce, town marshal defekive sgeaoy la the, Tlaitet tt& afternoon that Mrs. Arnold has . hr ,! Cornstalks are on Sale. Qwensboro, Ky.. JVb. 6. The first contjigniDtflat of a rather unusual commodity has been received by the Amierlcan Willing company here- It is the JSrvt of 109,000 pounds of cornstalk pith through a chemical treatment bells it to the United States government under the name of ceilulous to be used In hte construction of battleships. The pith e Is greatly compressed and placed vessel. of the oranour of a Should a shot from the enemy pierce the armor, the water would Instantly cause the pith to expand and thus sa'ye the 6hip-"fnoall danger of staking. The company has mot made any O3lluloiuia tar about .four yeans and the farmers throughout this section greatly axd Southern Indiana are leckless Age. pleased tha they are again to bfj Wo have ceased to be thrifty. The paid for u product that haa been of nearest approach most of us anake to little value hiiretofore- the virtue is to go get our banks to Wants The Republican in Her let us overdraw our accounts. The fathers have eaten grapes and Home. the children ore eating grape fmlt. Agra, Okla., Feb. . 1911. We used to ,buyapjilea by tin barrel, Editor a The Hartiford Republican, now we buy them as we ould (buy Hartford, Ky. jewelry, iash in Ua separate ,wrapfcr. tt have iotierhoue Dear Sim: I am a Kontuckian and We ue&d to from Ohio couqtar, aid a (armor read- steaks. Our wives used to Mf the Booker of your paper, and 1 eantoot re- general housework girl, with great djelre tor your valuable ing; now we 'need two maids, a founsist the Itaper do Wfady Oklahoma. We are dress and a man to wash wlwjclws.' in a land, of pleety of everything, ex- When we were boys we did psom cept rain. I have a ma win for The and wore our fabur's old! elathee; Hartford IteiMibUoaa, m osy home, asd nowadays, the American boy, ased so you wUl plwue Jdul eaclosed money allowance stockings that nurttal) hut ondtt- for The RtriHcaii one year. neckties anda tuxedo Jacket,1 W usPlease-forwared to.thittk It an ex4na,v&gacate Ktwf) &t ooe aad oblige. "With wkh6 to tfce grand old a $150 homee and a 1100 bujgir; R0! Rpublkan aadite masy r&uleffi, I we 'buy .an automobile and tfL',. &Boro)y ybura, beg to rtmalB. our heuee to payj.forH. oW M. 0. 'FJUCMSTKR. "may ooeae, easy- go," wuijjt w motto. "Ssy oom, gm before it oomss," J tins . . i' i in. On eMet course pt Mgh prlos is Fable ef th Wary Wirwrn. and th K. ClresMt Oossrt- -T olden TWft, tmsi our eiiwliwwrs kemL Wery-bod- y Sn D- - RftiW, Attorney Clerk u. "wwtte m Bail M aexMJs and Jailer; K There wan dtict a 11gtWftimt Fnlry BImk. who wtMf aeemtomed ti ckilhg Good cbuirjii-- ftt to wr iwaoanv So H Tntrie Jury JTund; T. M. O. itftrtrorJ. CoDutlee-- 8. Deeds hi Whhiwleal .Wwfrg. ' One iy convenes first MonlJn totaek. she was flying' across February ami con Inuee 0t r'aokless extwndttsra. Whet Her- - day In third Monday In Apr II, Iwe weeM weeks: attend a meeting of thA. O. u. F. Hm w ether ssga re seconif Monday In June, tliree weesta, when "he noticed a Parmr Inhering in enwloes third Monday In October tp,weeKB., the Fields. Ills horse wiw Attenuated 38 vSrU er SO cents a ookm, If wo County Couru-- lt. K. K. Smith, Ju4: tar 'n7 W. & 'flnsiey, Clertt, C. convene first hfs plow ms Heavy do Mi 'Imve to and Deceplt. and Hartford. Court OftM 'he would We are spendthrifts in the mMst of a Monday In ee.ch month. Court-Beffand Old Fashoued. on liw guarteriy Quarterly pause and wipe the gwint" from hh credit aystemgy. .NVhen we sober May. the fourth Monday In February, brow. Plainly he was havlftg a Ilard up prices will come down. 'World August and November. first Tues.V v Time. Court of Claims-Conv- ene To-daday 'in January 'and first TUeJay in The Benevolent Fairy watehed him .... OCOlt0her, S Moxfley. a moment and observed hkT Haggard County Offlot'rr-- C. Notice to Subscribers. JJ. Fordsvllie, Ky., R. Surveyor. Look and his general arref Misery. HartNo. 2; iernurd Felix .Assessor. Leach. When you fall to get your Suddenly nn Idea came 'to her to Henry ford, ky., R. IT. V. No. 2; Vt. A. U. Hartford; , paper 'regularly notify this Superintendent, make this man Rich, so tiwtho wqatd llliey, Coroner, Hartford. no longer have to delve and struggle office. We have no moans JUSTICES' COURTS. to eke out n Bnre I,lvig.;, So she whatever of knowkig if you swooped down and touched the plow 8. Chamberlain. Hartford..Tuesday B. do not get your lKijler, unless March. Tuesday afafter 3rd Monday Inin June, Tuesday with her wnnd she was.idf couroe. In, you notify us, and we want ter 3rd Monday changed visible and lustantly It,, was 3rd Monday In September, Tuesday after "u every one of our subscribers 3rd Monday In December. Wednesday afto to Solid Gold. Then wltk,nn amused O. B. Scott, Cromwell, J to get ,Tho Republican everj" Wednesday but kindly backward glance the Benev3rd Monday in March, Wednesday after v after ' .""'week. "Fairy went on bcr.way)' olent 3rd Monday in June, 3rd Monday In September, Wednesday A vear later, rcmemberlne the oc Monday In December. after 3rd When you change your ad currence, she flew ovcr'to'see how .the John H. Miles, Ilockpprt, Friday after 3rd Monday in March, h rlday after dress notify us promptly, Farmer hJs.Gocd For3rd Monday In June, Friday, after 3rd tune. She found blm Oh .the Fields, if and, give your old address as Monday In September, Friday after 3rd Monday In X'ecembcr. plowing labdrlously, arid 'if anything weq as your, new post onico J. C. Jackson, Centertown, Saturday he and bis surroundings looked Mean March, Saturday af address. after 3rd MondayInInJune, Saturday, after er 'and More Miserable than they bad J ter 3rd Monday 3rd Monday In September, Saturday afbefore. Much surprised, the 1' airy , When you write to thfs ' ter 3rd Monday in December. closer, Just In time to hear hinl flew M. C. Cook, Henfrow, Tuseday after office always give your post 7 2nd Monday in February, Tuesday after nmrmur: , office address, for some time 2nd Monday In May, Tuesday after 3rd plow warn't "I wish this Monday In August, Tuesday after 2nd it is quite necessary to write r . Monday In November, so heavy!" Thomas Sanders, Dundee. Wednesday The Benevolent Fairy eyed him Pity' ,vvjpu, and iwe hvae eo yw of second Monday In February, after the ingly; then she once more touched the ' telling where you get your Wednesday after 2nd Monday in May, Wednesday after 3rd Monday in August, mail, only by looking at the plow wlh hef wand;nnd!rlt again beWednesday after 2nd Monday In Novemcame a thing of wood andiron. Then stamp on Uib envelope, and ber. C. V. Miles. Fordsvllle, Thursday tafter1 flew away, and the Farmer resumshe sometimes thatj it is very 2nd Monday in February, Thursday after ' ed his Toll. 2nd Monday in May, Thursday after indefinite. , After oil, ore there not "some folk 3rd Monday in August, Thursday after 2nd Monday in November. who would die of thirst ladrlft on a Do not feel timid in tellJ. L. Patton, Ilalph, Friday after 2nd Clifton B. Dowdln Llppln-cott'river,? Monday in February, Friday after 2nd ing us when you have a vis,. Monday In May, Friday after 3rd Monday in August, Friday after 2nd Monitor, when you or "some memday In November. ber of your family are going HARTFORD POLICE COURT. Order Your Magazines Now some whera We always want C. M. Crowe, Judge; G. B. Llkens.CIty Attorney; Sam Riley, Marshal; Court soon be time that most readIt will .' to print .the news, and can convenes second Monday In each month. ers of current literatures 'and maga come nearer doing that if you City Council J. H. WHIlams, Mayor; R. T. Collins, Clerk: S. K. Cox, Treasmaking up their lists zines will be will tell us a few news items. urer. Members of Council, T. R. Barnard, W. J. Bean, W. M. Fair, Pen for the new yoar. I am -- representa Taylor, W. E. Ellis, E. P. Moore. tive for any magazine or perldolcal School Trustees J. S. Glenn, chairman; W. S. Tinsley, Secretary, C. M. Barnett, that you may want, I will furnish A Reliable Remedy C. M. Crowe and Dr. E. B. Pendleton. you them singly, or make you a cut FOR RELIGIOUS SERVICES. price where you take more than one. M. E. Church South Services monrlng Make any kinds of combinations or and evening every first and third Sunday In each month. Sunday School a;5 clubs. All renewals, accepted, and Ely's Cream Balm a. m. Prayer meeting every Wednesgiven the same attention 'as new subday evening. Rev. Virgil Elgin Pastor. Is quick lr absorbed. Baptist Church Services every Sunday Cives Relief at Once. Call on, write or telescriptions. morning and evening. Sunday School It cjeanses, soothes, 9:45 a. m. Prayer meeting every Wedphone, J. NEY FOSTER, heals and protects nesday .evening. Rev. J. W. Bruner, The Republican Office, Hartford, Ky. the diseased mempastor. Christian Church Services every fourth brane resulting from Catarrh and drives Sunday 1 p. at in. away a Cold in the Head quickly. Restores School 2:30 11p.a. m. and 7 W. m. Sunday Sale. B. Wright Elder Trustee's of Taste and SulelL Full size pastor. C. P. Church Services first Sunday In Court of the United 30 cts. at Druggists or by mail. Liquid In the District each month at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. 75 States for the Western ,t)lstrlct of, Cream Balm for use in atomizers Newcts. York. Sunday Scool 9:15. Civ Brothers, CO 'yarren Street, Qwensboro Division. Kentucky, SECRET SOCIETIES. In the matter of Fernando, F. PhilHartford Lodge No. 675. K. & A. M.. meets first and third Monday night in J lips, Bankrupt. each month. Owen Hunter, W. M., I The undersigned Trustee of the P. Foreman Secretary. HAVE YOUR SUITS Keystone Chapter No. 110, R. A. M., above estate, will on Monday, .March meets every third Saturday night In soil each month. John T. Mdore High Priest; 6th, A. D., 1911 about W. S. Tinsley, Secretary. at public auction at tho courthouse Hartford Chapter No. 84 O. E. S., meets second and fourth Monday evendoor in Hartford, Kentucky, to the ing, Mrs. S. A. Anderson, Ay". M. Miss highest and best bidder, on a credit Lizzie Miller Secretary. Rough 110, Knights of and Dye--in- g Pythias, River Lodge No.Tuesday, night. of six and twelve months. In equal meets every J. B. Tappan, C. C, J. Ney Foster, K. Instalments, the following described of It. & S. property, A tract of land a ear Hartford Tent No. S9, K. O. T. M.. Ladies meets every first and third Thursday Narrows, Ohio County, Kentucky, night R. D. Walker, Commander; L. P. Foreman, Record Keeper. I bounded as follows. Sunshine Hive No. 42, L. O. T. M.. Beginning at, a stone at J. B. meets every first and third Friday night Hats In each month. Mrs. Attye Grlffin.Lady Calloway's corner In D. V. Gray's line Commander; Mrs. Lula Pendleton, Lady Repaired. Becord Keeper. thence W. 338 poles to a stone; theno Carpenters and Joiners local No. 18S1, S. W. 891-- 2 poles to a stone, Tom Work meets 1st Saturday night in each month. s. Noah Skaggs, Pres.; W. D. Luce, poles Petty's comer; thence E. 140 with Tom Petty's line to a stone; Acme Lodge No. 339, I. O. O. F., meets second and fourth Friday night Club In $1.00 thence N. 89 poles to the beginning. each month. W. It. Hedrlck Noble Grand C. M. Barnelt Secretary. Containing 80' focres, more or less, Ohio Tribo No. 188, Imp, Order ,Red and being same land conveyed to FerMen, meets second and fpurth Wednesday night In each month. Jamea,C. Bennando F. Phillips by G. B. Foreman Hartford Pressing Gliit, nett, Sachem. A. E. Pate. Chief- - of a and wife by deed dated January S, Records. Hartford Camp, W. O. W. No. 202 ConY. M. C. A. BLDG., 1904, and recorded Indeed book No. sul Commander, Thomus Williams; Clerk, , W. C. Wallace. 27, page 224, and by Walter Calloway HARTFOKD, KY. Preston Morton Post No. 4, G. A. R by deed dated April 6, 1909, and rec holds regular meetings Saturday beforu the first Monday In each month. Ash-for- d orded In deed book No. 3C, page 434. Mills, Commander; J. M. Rogers, Adjt. of the Clerk Df tho Both in tho office A. S. of E. Ohio County Court. National Officers: The, purchaser will be required to President M. F. Sharp. Narrows, Ky. give bonds for iiie purohaso money Vice President J. M. Woods. Buckbee't "Full ol Life" Northern Grotra S. D. Kump, Ina pedigreed Seeds ha e a reputation of 38 years t Secretary-Treasurwith good personal security and A succecsf ul seed growing behind tbem. It pays to dianapolis. Ind. Hen will, be retained on land DUnt the best. Statur Officers: 11. M. Froman, Carroll cpunty, Pres. secure tho payment of the'pur-chas- e Seasonable Specialties; T. T. Barrett, Henderson county Vice BEANS . J3.50 Bushel Earliest Red Valentine . In President. price. Tho bonds shall-draRefugee Extra Early . . Si '3 Inishel S., B. Robertson, McLean county, s. terost, but the purchaser will have Stringless Green Pod . . jj 70 Bushel Wardwell's Imp--. Kidney Wax 14 50 Buthet. O, P. Roomer, Warren county, State privilege to pay the bonds; at nny tho S.75 Bushel Da is New White Wax . Organizer. Curne's Rust Proof Wax . H.50 Bushel C. C. Allen, Henry county, and Lat-tl- e time before maturity, by paying the Graves, Allen county, Assistant state, PBA8 -- principal with interest to the date of Extra Early Alaaka . . . Jj 50 Bushel organizers. JsjoBustn-- l New Early Gradus " Itnnril et TMrnplnrH. Ttpn Wnlnnn TO... -payment. Hprslord'a Market Garden . J3 50 Bushel ren county; C. M. Harnett, Ohio counBuckbce'a Lightning-ExpresJj 00 Bushel ty; A. H. Brooks, Bracken county, R, E. This land wll be sod free from "any Lettuce, fUdkb. Tomato and a lull line oi I. Ray, Hardin county, and J. F. Doss, liens and, subject to the approval of Seeds, Plants and Bulbs at lowest growing prices. Muhlenberg county. Send for complete catalogue or submit a list ol Ohio County Officers: the Court. your requirements and willquote price. S. L. Stevens, Pfcs., Beaver mm.Ky. Buy direct from the grower Save Money. 29t4 YANCY L. MOSELEY, Trustee-Henry Plrtle. Sec. Hartford. Ky. Write today. Mention this paper. D. Ford, Troas., Hartford, Ky, ILIND'TO 0000 LUCK. jo4. yMorsvsxoiTAXi, 0, M. Bir, $$$SBi KWN PE ,? liMsrf -- BAMiE'Tr 7 O.S.BIIW, & SMITH; Attorneys at Law. HARTFORD, KY. Will practice their profession in all th eburts of Ohio and .adjoining eoi ., ties and Court of Appeals. Sp a given to all bueinr eLtfamed to their eare. Collections at... the practice ef Criminal and Rpsl E.tata Law Specialties. Of flee In Republ.can building. , ijr oh FRANK L. FELIX, Attorney at Law, HARTFORD,"- - KY. Will practice bis profession In OMs and adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeals. Criminal practice and. Col. lections a Specialty. Office In the Her. " aid building. . i, ding-buste- d HARTFORD, - KY. Will practice his profession In all ,th Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and In the Court or Appeals. Also Notary Public Office over First National Bank. Attorney at Law YANCY L.MOSLEY. ' s. JOHN B. WILSON CHAS. M. CKQWM WILSON & CROWE LAWYERS HARTFORD, - KY. CATARRH Will practice their profeesioii in all the courts of Ohio and adjoiDlngcouix ties, and. la the Court of Appeals. Special attention eivett to criminal practice and to collections. Offifee on Main St., opposite Court Houte. 1 2A i:-OXBOB ' k 1 s nd TRADE'MARKB prompUT obulne to allcountrieafOriio Iml V obuln PATENTS THAT PAIt lTrtl tbem thoroolUx, at our expense, ananup you o nccesc Send irodeL photo or sketch for FREE report on pttentibuity. M jmjb" practice. SURi PA8SINQ REFEDENCES. Tor free Guide Book on rronubls rmtenu write to 1 in c vnBninTun,iD; Seventh Stroet, V lp.m. Cleaned f Pressed t: Repairing neatly done. work given special attention. Cleaned and KILLthe COUCH AND CURE the LUNCS 1- -2 called for and delivered. per rate month. Dr. King's New Discovery WITH rOR-CSSgi- Sec-Trea- ANB ALL THROAT AND LUNBTROUBLES. Mi. aTJARANTEXD SATISFACTOKYTrt OK MONEY REFUNDED. -- 60 YEARS! EXPERIENCE SEEDS .... s TfiADE MARKfjf aji. qolcklr ejoerlaln our oplulou frea whcllirtnsr i .InTentlon Is probably patentable. ComraunlciW1 HANDBOOK on Patents tlonietrlctlrronOdaiitlal. eni ire, uiaeei uener lor eecurniir pmtenu. ,1'atents taken through Jlunn & Co. receffefrt4l iKxue, without er "fff"" ' Copyrights 4c Acrone sending s sketch tnd detcrlntlon I nrRinfja Sec-Trea- N-- w Sckttiif ic America.!. Bfueta oVea. v A.fcanUomlr IMoitrate eeilr. J arreet of any iclentlda loornuL Terra, 3 a jeiri four months, tl. BoW bjall cewtdealera. i V D. C. . ISoSBwkbetit., H. W. BUCKBEE BKtford Str4 Fsrsss. Rockfsr4.il Ladies! Sve Mwy Kef COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION. Henry Leach, Chairman, Hartford.Ky. 1. L. B. Tichenor, Hartford, 1U F. D. No. 5. 2. E. C. Hartford, Reynolds, Ky. 3. M. H. Patterson, Olaton. Ky. 4. B. L. Alford, Whlto Run, Ky. 5. Richard Plumer, Taylor Mlnes.Ky. 6. J. L.Brown, Rockpor, Ky.' Southern Agriculturist mashville; tenn. For forty years thefriend and counselor of i t -- , aaraa-- s Stylt by Rewlkf McC&M' Miguiae b4 Utisf McdtHPattenu I i KWAIIS HAGAilMt KcCatt'sMaiailiswIll litlp you dress styl te - d lnt rtg New FasbloB DesigBs lu each tue, lu valuable Information per. ou all boms ami Only touul waiters. too a year, Including a free jmllem. Sub-K-ntoday or send sUsasastMsssssxaxa fur free Maple copy. KcCkH FsHtrM wilt enable you to make In your pwu tuuuf. wlttiyourowu bands clotblncrcr yourself ami children wiilch will be perfect In style and flu J'rc4-o- ne Wiabsr tbsn Ifr fVee I'suasu CetSlovue. f ceuls. suV W. WfH SnaYM Fim rnmk tot iettl lhlr 'at a" tnoitoraie. expootaby limiting J you pasicu ou us latest fashions in 50 clothes and lists. SEEDS! rites I Uttn TmiI.T iimsiwsswm Write uakah .'I SPECIAL OFFER: VaiU Kw IhImh, AtrWwiiT outhorn. fKmxOTS. Twenty-fou- r ' ., paffes1 thb Psptr. lKiwnSiNplMHHUWMrtthTilM M iSffSfttol&ll SEHD 10 CENTS 1 twice a mpnth. 50 cents a yeaY or threejl ?years for f 1.00. WsXmGH(rMW,aMuMvWW9U)fMK) 8el fr sjlMiiaegytrfrlB(ls. Pfe&IUHi Catawue atMl Cab J.W.I src'sratt'i twiri Mil UMOP i MeiHlrire im OMr. 1'Sanplt OiprSsnt Fref .,' - ,PTOH? K . - f: - .cts!rfjJ!? , ) ... ,. , y b nsd with a red' and gilt hewt at the M of ach and a eaapahot In Pudding Carer, oae-ha- ir lead Rise thetddlo of the heart; or a toook-'mcupful of rice wRh o greatest temptation of his life to demade from iwihlte bntetol-boar- d Dom not take iato eomideration the one eHeatkt to wem- sjrj jasosososaWi quart at cold .water aad let tt.oome'to stroy a part of Uncle Sara's malt. with a head at tho top, a answer of an i happineM womanly health. ver a boll. Drain off ' the water, lady. neglect her health is neglecting the The woman The Stry IP Was Told" by rWhe lie saw tho little iwuite, upon the rice with one quarf of m4Ik wd hearts and arrows pasted down tho very founcktioawho all good fortune. For without health of leaning back wearily in her chair centw aed a Valentino (wish; and thn love lotet it Intro and gold i but dross. . Picture Pwtals.' the veranda Mike was certain that be lot It simmer until so eott It may be ' phila con'ospondence-card- a Womanly health when lost or impaired may generally be (with would have preferred to pay the full pressed through ya sieve. Add to the some regained by the use of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. penalty due such a crime than to have sifted rice the beaten yolks of si a gold or silver line drawn around edge with her picture In Dne corbeen the bearer of this cruel missive. eggs, By A8(4ES Q. BROQAN. TAa PrtMcrlpUen hat, tor over O years, one cupful of shaved maple su- the d beem earing delicate, weak, Ctoprrteht, 19, by American Press Asso. He avoided ber eye as ho turned gar. Cook and stir over tho f"o until nea" aad a little noto or rhyjme of lore women, by the) hundreds ot thousands away, but there was n ('emulous little elation. N and good wishes printed in gold letaasf this too In the privacy ot their homes "Mike" iru not' fals true name. It catch In the voice which thanked him. It begins to thicken, then sot asldo ters beneath thoso wore somo of the without their harltti to submit to tndelh had been bestowed by the clerks at To his great relief, Isabel no longer to cool, and stir In one teaapoooful simple Ideas she used." cate qaestlouln&s and otteaslrety repu& "Station D" because of the never' fall-in- ? awaited his coming, and when he next of vanilla. When cold turn into a mamt examinations. good humor and ready wit which left a letter for her mother It wns a mold, cover and pack la Ihe usual rway. Sick women are Invited to consult Dr. Pierce by letter frti. responded to Sweet Cluitnoy Chop fine twogroon characterised the stout, red haired, white capped nurse who All correspondence held as sacredly confideptial. Address World's Dispensary FOR FLETCHER'S , Medical Association", R. V. Pierce, M. D., President, Buffalo, N. Y. . peppers, first removing the soeds, postman, who had been In the service hisjlng. "Young lady sick?" Miko asked la D. Pibscb's Grbat Family Doctor Bcjk, The People's Common Sens eight good-size- d groeri tomatoes, four of the United 'States government as a tone whlcb was supposed to exp'reas Medical Adviser, newly revised edition 1000 pages, answer in loa'Mtnemekcould remember, and only polite Interest, aud the nurse an- - peeled .onions, on cup seeded raisins Plain Engliib hosta of delicate questions which every woman, single or marriad, Not Finished. ought to know about. Sent fret, in plain wrapper to any address on receipt ot and ono dozen ixldd-pj)leAf terithe . k (.' , geacrally ws the name iadopted ,sweredigravely:very- sick indeed." "Americans are so. unfinished," has 21 one-cestamps to cover mailing only, or in cloth binding for 31 stamps. roughly chopping mix and add ttwo "Yea; she Is that "Mike himself had almost forgottho complaint He stopped to inquire every day aft- cups of brawn sugar one quart of ibost beenand glad ot It. of Europeans. We the proper one. ten aro Yankees are startThe picture postals which found er that and then pursued his way vinegar two iablespoonfuls each of ling the world with their achievements Is getting peevish," "Mike their.1 way Into his bag wero a source gloomily. salt and dry mustard. Put In iporce-lal- and, 'will, we believe, stick to the the Klerks at the office said in surprise. of unfailing delight, and often Mike An air of Intense anxiety seemed to kettle and cook slowly for Pvof habit.' could foloVf the travels oi some favor- pervado the atmosphere of the stone an hour. Put up In small-glasjars. ite by merely reading the cards as house, and the bell was muffled, foe Enamel Cement For intending enamel In Olden Times. they Were sent home. the patient bad reached the crisis whea ware, pols and pans, where a (hole "has Ono of our girls asks how ihho young As he ncared the stone bouse with Sllko again appeared at the door. He been made, or ithe enamel has ibeeii toused c.the white rosebush growing beside 'was awkwardly holding a parcel wrap- chipped off, tak'e .equal parts of soft peoplejDf long ago good to got Sho gether, and havo a time. -the veranda the postman unconscious- ped In tissue paper. McCUX PATTERNS putty, finely sled coal :.bshies and says it Is almost impossible to get up Celebrated (or style, perfect fit, simplicity anil "She used to like white roses," be ly quickened his steps and searched reliability nearly 40 years. Sold In nearly siitea table sou; mix all togewier ana social features, (without said to the nurse. "Put these In her expansive erery city and town In the UiMted and 'eagerly among the letters, for be well, placo the pack into the hole HENRY WATERSON, Editor. Canada, or by malt direct. Store sold than room." .. "refreshments," which everyone canJ llifA4.,A.ilunHAin, jnsinnuci. any other make. Send for tree CJUlojjun iu,.uiaciiAuiiiv mfiM i At length news came that Isabel was pot on the stove with a little water not afford. She says she Uvea In a McCAIX'S MAGAZINE ljJJSttio was one of the few who had not really getting better. The alt of de- la lit until tho oement hardens. It fanning community, More mbscrlbers than sny other fathion WE CAN FURNISH YOU but that really cuangca euureiy iu iuo process oi pression vanished. Once more Mike's never falls off; it is as bard as cttfratlne million a month. Invaluable. Latest styles, patterns, dressmaLIni;, millinery, tells but little. In the olden growing up. Mike ascended the steps, whistle sounded cheerily. Then he be- the enamol itself. plain sewing, fancy needlework, halrdresslng, times, there was always singing THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN etiquette, (rood stories, etc. Only SO cents a came puzzled over a letter which unCom Soup Open a can of com, year (worth double), including a Iree pattern. handwriting mistakably bore Billy's schools, spelling bees, church gathSubscribe today, or send for sample copy. and yet was not directed to the girl ho empty, Into a saucopan, and cover erings, not the least WONDERFUL INDUCEMENTS attractive AND THE water. Let come ,to a boll, add to Agents. Postal brings premium catalogs had treated so cruelly. Mike finally with among- - which was the weekly "mite and ner cash price offers. Address came to the conclusion that the fel- plenty of sweet milk and cream, and society," the financial of TOE McCAlI CO, S3 It JU W. 37th SL, N:W T00S results nurse desiring let stand until thoroughly hoated, low had written to the to swell the church information concerning Isabel's condi- then pour through a colander to re- which tion, and he fervently hoped that she move the coarse pant of corn. Re- funds considerably while they afforded tlie young people as well as "wouldn't make It up with him." -turn to the fire, season iwdtb. ealt, pap their elders, unlimited opportuniHe fingered the letter guiltily as b per and 'butter, and serve iwlth crackapproached the house nnd saw Isabel ties to gat acquainted. Thor were One herself standing upon the veranda. A ers or waters. s, Apricots Line a dish with tho ' Poached sudden molsturo filled the sympathetic wool-pulllpostman's eye, for she was such a slices of stale eipongo cak3, on each aud other Industrial "meets" We can alsofeive liberal combinasmall, white Isabel. Her dark hair had sliced placing halt an apricot. Whip been cut; and the short curls seemed to some white of egg to a stiff froth where thore was always more fun tion rate withJDaily or Sunday Courier-JoSucceed when everything else fa&sv change her back again into the llttis sweeten with, powdorcd sugar aald and'frollc than work accomplished. urnal. In nervous prostration and female? Write Courier-Journto meet him upon most of these there were refreshgirl who bad raced they are the place around the ojirloot so n to At Company, Louisville, Ky., for free weaknesses thousands have supreme remedy, aa testified. her way from school. ments hut they were of the "homemake them resemble poached ggs. "I am glad you are better," he said FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND grown" and home-mad- e varieties (that sample copy of edition you desire, To Remove Gum To wnov gum fro heartily, and she smiled. toJaendj your subscripSTOMACH TROUBLE jyer always at band In the winter but be sure "Thank you," she answered softly. any fabric soak lm kerosene and It season. tion order to this paper NOT to it is the best medicine ever sold There wers grange mootlngs, over a druggist's counter. "You bavo been very kind. Any let- will softenn bo it can easily bo reand box suppers, blr.Uul.iy and an- the Courier-Journa-l. ters today?" moved. niversary panties,, while very often, Mike drew a long breath. "There's Divinity Candy Twocupfuls gran"I one here." 'be said hesitatingly. syrup, for the elders, there were '! I guess- - It's for the. nurse addressed t ulated sugar, one half cupful and quilting bees, the men cut one half cupful water. Cook till it Mrs. William D. Rhodes." ting the f and storing It while Isabel extended an eager band. threads a lihtle. then pour in whlto tile woman quilted finl tackod s. laughing hap- of one egg well beaten; beat till It "Why, Mike." she said, At the33 was always a Bubstan pily, "don't you know that I am Mrs. 13 croamy, then add onte cupful wal-un- ts tlal dlnnor and at night tha young pe William Rhodes?" chopped fine. pie' cams while the mare He stared at ber unbelievingly. Toastad Toasted Marshmallows elder people wenit home. These "You," be repeated dully "you Mrs. marshmallows are delicious served .'is were .the dissipations of bath farm 1 Rhodes, and It wasn't the Billy fellow follows: Place each nuarshmallow on after all?" and village folks, and In many in.stan "OK-"b-ut it "was," she said rather a square cracker and before placing cos thetwo "classes met for a good confusingly, "for Billy Is William In the. oven to toast put a tiny b't ; .(INCORPORATED) ODBSS IT'S FOR THB NUBSB." "I time. Rhodes." of butter on each marshmallow. This looking admiringly at the "picture of a The old postman still looked bewlt- - makes thom brown quickly. Serve,os Distance was no bar to ithe socials , In those and the niautcr of fine WILL WIRE YOUR HOUSE AT C08T. very blue lake surrounded , by very I'dered. "You married to him all- the soon ' as taken from the oven. .green trees. ' Upon the opposite side of while," he said slowly, "and me thinkclothing seldom came up, though Pralauei93 Two cuptuls of BUgar, the card he read: ing when the letters stopped and he oierybody had their "best," and Dear Mother Cousin Robert and his went away bidding you 'goodby for- one half cupful of maple syrup, one wore it. 'Nothing not oven the ELECTRIC LIGHTS XRE CLEAN, cupful of cream. Boll uritll. a friend met me at the station! I am hav- ever' jn a postal card that It Was all halt ball can be formed Iwfoeyi dropped young peoples themselves, wera "too ing a Hoe time. ISABEL. soft over with." good for the homo-folks- ," and if on"So sijo's away." Mike mused, a litHEALTHY AND SAFE. NO HOME She laughed merrily at his unblush- In cold water. Remove from the iflro, e mosb'.ngs ly sanw of the tle disappointedly. "Well, she'll have ing confession to reading her mall. "I adding a tableispoonful of buf'(tr, nnd could b reinstated In country comthe good time all right." And. so It understand now," she said, "your disOR BUSINESS HOUSE SHOULD seemed. Judging from the many gala appointment at having no letters to beat until creamy, putting in a cuim munities, the lad3 and lasses would w. ouoppeu nut meais ana a leuspuun-fpostals Interspersed with thick letters deliver, but you see when we became not so often sigh for tho alluring BE WITHOUT THEM, WHEN IN which were received dally at the stono engaged Billy managed to be transof vanilla. Drop into buttered the great terrible caty house. cool.- ferred to the company's office here, so tins and set outdoors ito t Ex. REACH. Miss Isabel wrote constantly of pleas- there was no further need of correPeanut Brittle Two louptuls of ure trips with "Cousin Robert and his spondence. We were married quietly granulated eupar should be nut into State of Ohio City of Toledo, friend," who later came to be desig- the very day before I was taken desss. granltg saucepan and allowed to Lucas County. nated as "Robert's friend Billy," and perately HI with typhoid fever, which a Frank J. Cheney makes oath that constantly to melt, being stirred then when the long summer was draw- bad been threatening me for so long. ing to an end the obliging Cousin Rob- Billy has been with me through It all, avoid burning. When tho Bugar Is he Is senior partner of tho firm of F- all melted 'pour over peanuts whloh J. Cheney & Co., doing business In ert's company seemed to be dispensed and now that I am strong enough" with, for the postals read simply, "Bil- the girl's eyes shone "we nre going have been placed in tho bottom of a tho City of Tolodo, County arid State ly and I wero here today," afonsald, and that said firm will pay upon our long postponed wedding trip shallow buttord pan. Mike chuckled as be banded one of to Europe. The card you spoke of." tho suw4pf ONE HUNDRED DOLthese cards to the maid. "She won't she explained kindly, "was sent from LARS for each and every 'case of 'be comlag borne In a hurry," he said- New York, where Billy had gone to Catarrh that cancot be cured by the FOR FLETCHER'S mis, confidentially. Out In this be wns engage our pawn??, auu- - knowing that use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. frrt mwm ...Art. fwt nlin nn .mix ... II In l I was to be married the next day, 'ha FRANK J. CHENEY. 'hlm'a few. days afterward. i, ' "I suppose I will have a bundle of bade goodby forever to Isabel Drew." Sworrv. to before ma and subscribed Mike replaced his cap and sorted out Home-Mad- e Valentine, letters for you soon," he remarked. In my presence, this 6th day of De- The Republican and Louisville Herald., $1.35 another handful of letters. The Infec"I hope so," she answered gayly. cember, A. D., 1886. upon bis face, tious smile appeared "Margaret ihad gone West the first The Republican and Courier-Journ- al 1.50 Ho searched expectantly through bis and the Irish blue eyes twinkled. "You A. W. GLEASON, pack next morning, and, sure enough, can't always take It from the postals," of the year," says Amy Richardson 1.75 Notary Public. ' The Reptblican and St. Louis Globe-Democr- at (SEAL.) there it was, "I will write you to- he, said. la Woman's Home Companion for Hall'a,Catarrh Cure Is taken Republican and Home and Farm 1.25 The night yoursv Billy,"' while a printed At the foot of the stair he doffed February, "and as the feast of Saint and nets directly on the versq, statedr the fact, that "absence his cop again. "I wish you much Valentine approached sba wondered 1.75 The Republican and makes, the heart grow fender," happiness, Mrs. Rhodes," he added what she should send home to hor blood and .mucous sunfaoas of the They came (hick and fast after that ceremoniously, nnd the girl watched 3.25 The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald free. system. Send for testimonials nearest and dearest in memory of the letters; cards, a photograph ortvo 'him far down the street, F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.' 3.25 The republican and Uauy uwensDoro inquirer day, Her glance wandered ito Iher pho ' and bulging Utile packages, all address, Sold by all Druggists, 75c. "Never was wish more sincere," sto tograph-albu'I on the . tably. ed in the same free, bold bu'nd which murmured softly. The days followed O'boro Messenger 1.75 The Republican and Twice-a-Wee- k TokT Hall's Family Pills far conHike learned to recognize Instantly. each other uneVentfully. No girlish face have It,' she said as eho Hook snap- stipation, m The Republican and Kentucky Farmer 1.75 was always there as ho came bent Isabel over the rosebushes or smiled shot after snapshot of herself from down, the street, apparently absorbed from the window, and then one morn- tho, book. Ot the particularly good The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine... 1.30 Beyond the Limit. in seeing or hovering about the rose- ing Mike discovered umong bis letters likenesses she had duplicates made. 1.50 in The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer. ... Indignant' Customer "I came bush with a great pretense of examin- one bearing a European postmark and ing Its leaves. When Mike presented addressed In a small, neat band which Then with red and whlto crepe paper, horo yesterday and asked for a can ot The Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.25 bis offering she would receive It with he well remembered to Mrs. James lace paper, torn front candy boxes .thin pouted ham." cardboard, bits of ribbon, water-colthe p6u delight of n child. Drew. Orocerv(stopthlngly) "I gafro you th from Billy," ho would say aud "It's It would naturally be supposed that paints, crayqns, library ipaato, Boisbors noW, go away laughing at ber confusion', such a bulky letter could convey all and some tiny bottles of liquid gold bast branid on tho market But them-eeWyou know" the manufacturers' true old postman was vastly Interested the news uecessary, but with It. also and silver, she eat herself dawn, to donotr protond there is any in the unfolding love story, but there directed to Mrs. Drew, came a ptcture ' came a t(me when the girl waited in postal, the same vhlte boat vhlch make valentines. ham ilOyji."' "Large red oardboapd hearts with a ludlgnaat Customer "I didn't exvain, and be dreaded to meet ber had at oue time aroused Mike's anger, llttis butterfly .bqwi of rod sarin, rib:: pect aujham, questioning eyes, for Billy's letters ha( and beneath tbo boat was penned; but the label says; (tad wit "through it ha top'apd a ceased "Hbrupy. hoy've Tdu will be glad (o know that' BHIy ban Potted Meat Ham Flavor-an-d MihatpofecUred deeply. The shrewd and 'Vhava-arrive- d hwesif In the oamter of the ftVon lfiftout:he flavor." T-safelr and are well HoW i)4 happy. Draughon givoe contracts, backed by chain of 30 Colleges, $300,'000.0 ISABEL, RHODES. postal eyapojjuld read morn tbau heart awl a mlntfo3 wish, printed day In Woman's Home Companion for ' capital, and 19 gears' auccew, to secure position under reasonable con cards,-an- d . be .was sure that she bad , Th postman ascended the sjeps of in, gold arcwBd it, was the model for February.; ditions or refund tuition. been p4 foad of tbUi Billy to send hiiu the stee heuse. "There's 'a letter for number of valentines. ' , maid Interfered or Mrs. Drew," be informed competitors, by not accepting ri away. Sad the savagely was the who epeaed the dooi, "aud the xwtal a "Square, taoe-pap-er jPV. ills fee darkened a Vf ma prppoaition.concede that he teaches mere Cheap Clubbing Rates. ' " oass, with tiny rd beante patted follow? himself JoMMwe? cirI for we," Bookkeeping in three .montna .than.,they do in &ix, Draughon can conpaver, We have made here One ujornlag asMIke waprprMg . "Xi" the girl exclaimed scornfully. with aad there oa tb < In the the publishers of an arrangement wltl vince you,' Mnwgaret'q emig fawa the Inland Fawner, to start out upon bis reuads the fa- - Whr. It's for, her too." 7oVper.cent of, the United States Codrt 'Rep'ort-OUV- n "1 am Hot 'so sure of that," MIkt owtter w haudwrltlng Hashed tato Knottier atyl Tka should of Louisville, wherehy.we are enabled j miliar bold era write the. system of ShertHand. Draugho T Vlf w m thotigh in answer U his tru- - answer!' Vnewlttgly. '"But .you may ba made oa & ftwndMUa of Mght-- w to furafeh The Hartford' Republican teaches, because they knar it ta THE BEST. "5, . . 11 bled thoughts. The freekledt bawl: eight aatidbeArd, otaaUBg wHb a lace and .thai paper one year tor 1.60. For FPEE CA.TALXXJUE aad fcookjet tWhy Learn TelegraphylfV ettoou wita a spex, for. tM tramhted as be held the postal, up to W ffui yaaUid oa ih alga and The Inland Farmer Is a weekly Jour- which explain on or write JOH $. pigygHpJpreeideat. the Hofct. It (M the ptctw it a nal and ess of 'the beat fawn papers VorWatf 4a toward ,h owltr. . : DRAUGHOM'S'PRAQtlCHL ttepmm rtaaiw, publlsl44, 1b the United States. .Our BUSIrtESS COLLEGE, . pa-MA eabbas ttxw of MaUd ars upe me addrassed sue uauceu amiry tie wh4ld taw, "Has Anybody Hew iMMBrOKATCO w4th a Maiaret ha4 la tiw taart readers should take advantage ot Kelly?" Boated riotously dows or a moawut before bht eye. "Have EVANSVILLE, ADCAH. NASHVILLE, ST. L0U18 SPRINGFIELD, MBUPH1S. , boo-JBr- k of Hbryla8 of thU offer. agagwl U for Oct. 6," he tmi. J the street. of Ur ROMANCE. H "0e4br Ihttytr, Httle Isabel Drew. AalM.otf p&(ma.f2ttfrlK with the Heueefceld Hetpf well-wwtpgl rooa rk Fortune Telling pain-wracke- Children Cry., O A STORIA s n, s Why Not ' Read The Courier Journal s j.BUVt.-L3iLtt.ti- fwl ed Weekly Courier Journal Both Year For candy-pulHng- corn-huskln- jjylijJU al BA Electric Bitters Wf wood-cuttin- g Ira-wo- cam-font- I qulot-lov-In- THE KENTUCKY Light and Power Co. - da-3- old-tim- ul E.G.BARRASS, Manager. Children C.fy C ASTORIA, OUR CLUBBING RATES. 4 m or Address all orders to es THE REPUBLICAN. of 1 Good Positions $HntoTH AND allall -- mor - -- RfinKlTFFPINfr PughoB uyviiuiit ail ie ajjd.tlw.wJ Pr pr Hse Su -- , ....- - .Hartford .Republican. i trttord. moriM Ky., a fair appotfJonment of the "to Into OorM$oial, raprosMlMtivtof awdjtt-dfcf- el Jtuhtite. W.taw lit tfc T m mKr .t t.f rf(w rt th ft f O.M.BAHNEtT) J. NEY FOSTER t tttkr Address all communications The Hartford Republican. ti ;. direction of fr3 tradu. Under Ihis The HeflJn Camp No. 3l94lSpBodimen sick llt. Mr. J. C. Hill andjfcwnily, of nar if adopted, the farmers of of iho World had qulie hn dlVjrostSng tho United. States will receive tho meeting Thursday night. 'Theamp e South Cacroilon, were tiho guc s of worst blow which they have ever had pacts to build a hall sooritiijj; Hefltn. JliT. and Mrs. M. V. JKuidox SiLurdav IT tho enactment of Naonal legisla A committee has been ntfpeiiabcd to and Sunday. tion. Canada Js an. agricultural coun- look after tho new bulldinsjpropcsi-tlon- . Notice to Co. H. try, pure and B'.mple. The Canadian Lieut. Colonel Thomas W. Wool- r,f farmes aro largo cxpoortcrs of grain Mrs. A. M. Mccormick 'ck It 6eemstharthe voracity ofthrca all kinds, eggs, potatoeaeto. Under at this writing. Her death U xpectal yard will make a survey of tho property of Co.H. on February 11, 1911. Democratic Judges of tlio Court of AP this treaty the tjw ortty-- f Ivo cents per at any timet kL peals has been sharply questioned in bushel tariff on wheat, the duties on Some cf our farmers afttiaBatcid to Every article of Gitieioniont properthe controversy growing out of the eSES, potatoes and nU onter farm farm eomo ast weclf. TheyKeemed ty belonging to the equipment of thd company must be in .the armory on card issiied by Hon. Ben Johnson, in products 111 ,be taken off and Car.ttda t6 be busy breaking ground aad that daite. All property in tho hands his withdrawal as a candidate for the will bo penmcMtcd to trade absolutely Inr plant beds. Democratic nomlnaton for governor. free with tin people of the United There was quite a little exelfenuflii of the men will bo tunned over to J. ever Ney Foster (who will receipt for in all States. Wo do not believe that this in our enlghborhood last .Saturday We soo no sense-whatsame) beforp thof above daite. among our will make anjr nrjllceable change In night. Little Wlnnao Dodn, the of this turmoil and strife Tflo surveying officrr will accept as throa year old daughter of Miand Mr Democratic friends over tho iprlmary, the jxrdco of thcuo products bo far no esu93 for failure oj comply with expenditure of. the consumer la concerned butltwill Elder Dodson went out of thejhouse, 4o say nothing of the make a difference to the farmers of and her mother told heir nets to go thi3 order. about twenty thousand dollars to ,jAiIEs M. DoWEESE, going to the United Statics, it v,il furnish an out, but tho ohlld replied she was what set of men are Capt. Commatdirg the Co. , be defeated by itho Republicans at the excuse to cAwd down the piclcts t)f Being out where her biother Iwas. BJre. their proiuc's while tho mMJ'io man, Dodaan went aout her work mot think November clootion. coid sjoraj and. speculators .will neap lag more of tho child. When Mr. Hud Fob. 7 Messrs. Don Sillier, of TayWo ogtws 'with Hwn7Bco Johnson th'3 hosrnia it. Carada has nutlhilng to soa cam from fetuirig ho tnauirod j that a man's religion should not be offer th's courjjry in return for ihi of th3 little girl's w her.ja,b3uj& Thci lor Mines, and Gcorgo E. Barakat, of Louisville were hero last Wednesday. made a target, when he becomes a can giving up of this advantage to our began looklag for her, but she could Messrs. Charles Fulkersora and Jjay-letVdaJo for office. Tho question Is owm farnv.s, and we are opposed to not bo found. Mrs. Daijoa man. o r Bakar were in Beaver Dam Ja3t whether or not ho Is thoroughly It, because it will hurt eVexy fanmer to A. L. Stevens QhlnUng sheiould and ds willing and ahle to Serve In tho United States. iThat it is not find h.jr there, but did ut.vtMr. and Wednesday." bis country above anything else when to be adopts without a protest from Mra. Stevens fitarted in theaearch Miss Kate Dean Jeft Wednesday for Madison, la., where she iwill spend entrusted miith power. thus class of our citizens who con with Mrs. Dodson. The alarm (was glv Ft our en by ringing tho dinner bell, and Mr. the wdnJer and eprinK visaing her borne and, slnow of who is stitute th Tho brother, August Bean. comjellwl to, travel over the muddy counibry is evidemced by the fact that Hudson went to Esq. Chamberlain's Mrs. Edward Hugheai was here last of thinking the chlldm ight be there. roods, which are always worse in the Grange, American Society Wednesday and Thursday the guest to Equity and other taran organizations Mr. Chamberlain cjnd hits boyaMoinel FjgbTuary than any other month, of her parents, Mr. and. Mrs. L. T. .. j. MtUpA. tho session of the Onto Cur-cu- it aro peititiondng Congrcrls agalrst thfi tne seachir,' polity also Mr. j. p. ctoos- - Millard. treaty. Even farmers of our own tor and boj3 and Mr. Jamcij 'Hudson. Count, 'will please remember that Mi. H. P. Elliott, of Loul'ovillle, was y of the euita are quick to see the They kept up the search tho changoindalo foT our court was hero Wednesday. injuries which it will do to thorn and an hour. FinalJy dt was dlacoyeretl made by the Democrats. Mr. John Berry Hordim, of Owens-a the meeting of the Gneen River that the child had been found"Jn th boro, was hero Thursday and Friday, oreaHze Tobacco tUsitrlct ds beginning The. farmer of thi American So,, mud near Sir. L. P. Sanlcrfur's. Mr. that a further revision of the tariff clety of Equity which was hold at Sherman was close by and tfc)j!d h,- the guest of friends and relatives. Mr. Ivert Goadail leff Friday for means financial loss to him, andSvhei Onennboro last woek, the follawing other scashers. The little child sail Odin, lU. I1I3 pockot book has f olt the .effects resolution was presented and unanishe was hunting Daddy. Mr. bodson Mr. Sam Taylor, of Beaver Dam, of tariff iilnkenlng, as tt Iej about to mously adopted: had gone to Buford on same business, and Mr. William Russell, of Echols, feol it, he will he in the same "Whereas, through the precs of the and had not returned, and the little were here Friday. frame of mind at thai he was in. at country, w - ha o heard of a proposed ono was anxious for him. "n'' Mr. Simon Stephpns went ito Cen itdjno of the adoption of the toe asnaement btAeen this counfty and tral City Saturday. bill. pro- Death of William Harrison-Jay-lo- r. Caanda, whereby this cauttry Mrs. j. F. Everly spent Saturday an The Democratic "party" in Kentucky poses to .reduce the tariff on certain Sunday in Rockpont. js thoroughly at sea Dlnce the with- articles almost entirely nrodua'o I ot m- t TTu Mrs. Mority House spent Saturday ..At. Itt1l "o ueai" 01 .ur. wu.eain narneoi drawal of Hon.' Ben Johxeon, as a the farm, and tn return, propo.'eJS to and Sunday in Simmons. Taylor ocourrod athishonieqnwteb jcaadidato-fa-r the nomiinatilou Cor.feOvr ieduce Jthe tariff on certain arttclet Mr. and Mrs. T. Jahm left Sunday fo 'Snlton. street TQursday morning j Pit -- y erpiar and the broad sldo he threw mostlv maniifntiir.. rrt whorma. r it 2 j o'clock. For several momths he had their new home In Elkton, where (they Into the machine which had been or- is known to all men that under the been In ery bad health' and an In- will! reside for tho future. They haveganized to bring about hi's deJcai eith- present tariff scheme tho fammer is valid and for the past week h's death our, beat wishes, as they were deserv er in the primary or at the general the least pro icscted of amy class in the was expected at amy tame. Wednes- ing' and good people. country, therefore be fit, election in .November. M.Isi3 Pearl Stewart day afternoon it was thought tho returned to her ..Resolwd, that iwo recommend ithat pis now under our saoretairy end had come, but ho appeared to home at Horse Branch Sunday after The Kentucky-sheeinstruct the congressjuarantice because of acabblcs, how-ov- men and senators from Kentucky that rally, death coming a 6hont tdmo lat- visitirg Mr. and Mrs. Everett Ashley Mr. Taylor wa& well known for the past week. this is MOthinB to compare with wo aro opposed to tho rafficatlon of er. tie brand of soabbies which tlw Dem- this measure and we ask them to throughout tho courty, and Ihco Messrs. Simon Jones and Sam Ja- wIH be many sorry to learn Df his me. S,r are on 10 sick. Hat at ocratic party is seeking to put upon Srtand ralnst it, and stand for a this writing with tho grip. There Is JlJm jhrough the placing of iwool on J'ea and nay vote on lit when (it Js death. Besides a wife, four children sur-- , a lot of .sickness In land around this tine Xrco list. If this is done it will presented to congress for consider vive him, as follows; Mr. Htmry B. community. not be noiessary to quarantine . ation." , Taylor and Mrs., B. F. Zimmerman, of Making sheep in n fow years. a Bad Situation Worse: What can our fwio trade or low Louisville, Mrs. W. M. Fair and Miss To tell the farmers of the UnCt.jd Insurgents. A tariff democratic papans pay about This is the day of States that they are gottins tdo much this? They have always adivcat.id Era Taylor of this city. combination! of Republicans and con- -i money for (heir products and hat rean onslaught on the tariff idurUngoam- - The funeral services 10 will be insurgents in Tennessee ducted this morning at o'clock from defeat of the regular paigns. But iwhen Jt 4s brought home the Mathodielt church, of which deno- prices are to bo forced down to a lowe sulted in the s it is about to be through mination Mr. Taylor had be;n a faith level by tho unrestricted admission of TJemocratdc nominee for United States to them,-ocheaper products from Canada, announ- the proposed treaty, will they PerSenator. In New York it is ful member for many years. Theser-victhe general range of Tariff duMes ced an effort will be made to bring sonally endorse it,? They cannot;, br will be conducted by Ray. Vir- on articles competing with too re-- consltent and do otherwlse-the pro- about the same result. It will gil Elgin, assisted by Rev. J. W. Bru-ne- r. yuaia 01 American masuiaqiure remain timbered that Democracy Bpeat man initenmert iwiij follow nt Qak-- v unchanged; to say to itiho BEAVER DAM . farmer hat months last year carefully watciring good in wood. The Republican Joins the many ho muA sell for less what he has Feb. 8. Health Is cultivating Republican lasurgemcy and friends in exi ending sympathy to the to sell Cut pay as much ns over for JtJ jsejans to be coming home to ahem this vicinity, family if this hour of bereavement. what he has to buy la that a good The Sunday School at the Baptist ariy, preparation for tho presidential' cam Church had the largest attendance Sun Notice to Creditors. ' The comibg contesti Jn Kentucky day paign of 1912? Was not the situaknown since its loirganlzatlon. Afwill bo fought on htate issuos. and ter services the audience, of Baptism County tion bad enough aflrc&dy? Willi not of the Ohio Creditors while a United States Senator is to was administered to eight candidates Bank will please come forward and the Tariff ripping mugnwumips bo satSeated by tho, legislature which will Those baptized were Mrs- - Hazelip, settle ther indebtedness. Jt Is vmy isfied until they shall havo pample-tel- y disgusted (the Araercan farmer be chosen at the coming November Mrs. Clarence Dunn, Mre. B. C. Aus purpose and the desire bf aver) body election, we doubt very much whether tin. Misses Myra Flener, Uoutee Jones connected with the bank to haivo div- and ihanded over to Ithe FreeyTrade the tariff mill cut any figure Cilfflo Austin, Irene Rhoads and Bes- idends declared to the depositors as Democrats both" houses of Congress aa speedily as possible Tbls cannot be the presidency? in tho campaign. People are tarter-cste- d sie Hazelrigg. in tho welfare of the state and Mr. and Mrs. Claude Mooormanand done unless creditors of the bask BALD KNOB. . the adoption' of wholesomo laws Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stevens s,Pont will assist by meeting their obll- ' Feb. 8. VThero will be singing at, whtch will benefit; our ovfi. people Suctiay at S:uth Carrollton. gallons. primarily more .than they are In tar-i- ii tills place next Sunday night every A. Mr. and Mrs. Claudo Myers spent a 29tf PATE,rAssIgnee. ' " body come. copunlsjiffny, et6. few; days last week iwlth Mr. and Mrs. ' People are busy burning and sawing SMALLHOUS. Roy TIchenor. The Democratic members of CDEgrcsa Feb. 7. Rev. II. P. Brown bf Rock plant beds In this neighborhood. Mr. Jim Tlchfinor wont to Hart- In caucus hao decided by an Mr. Lecher Taylor lost a dice kord and CeoUfftown Monday on bu- - port, Ky., was la our midst Saturday majority to support the Can " afternoon, and Sunday to fill his reg year old calf last Thursday by a.mulu " slncUJ. itdten. reciprocity treaty which is a dir "Ir. B. C Austin went to Pleafcint ular apokumente at Sniallhousoburob' kicking it in the forehead and break blow to every farmer in lheu.lrp RIdgo and 'i Owonsboro Monday on bu- He was the gucet Saturday nlgh" of lag ite 8kuU. ouatry. It can .be of no interest to . Mr. E. P. Sanderfur pet last Bun-da- y lloas and itoed with "Mr. siness. Jennie UnUed Stated tp, aay farmer with, his parents '(Mr. and Mrs. ' of Prince- and Mrs. Robert Hunter Sunday. Miss whea, corn potatoes, , butter tore Those "who attended chunch Sunday guaet of Mfc Myrle ton, was the and eggs placed on the fnee list so MWler the pastwtek. tsies teha'Sotwr;ad,'Mae 9an V.' from a dtetance, ware Messrs. ds eonceraeid. It is dm-i4- y far as Canada w'Wi Mrs. Mable Sradiirfur of Hartford, 1 Bllbro and atepison, Barnard With d4ur spent taa fcWeAsciriay a grdclous gift of a great mar-Jc- the wat of her mother anu raw, of near latanMe, who were feb, their cousin M!w Bnu!ou Taylor. to a foreign country Mini is a here this week. guwt oi Mr, Alonzo France, Sumtay, The surprise htrtbdaylitenJer i'Wop lap at our ova agricultural ndius-trlPrlaee-to- n ad MeJsrH. Quy and Eal Barimrd Aunt Rachel GHetraj tast WodneJy Mostor Rumsey Taylor.-eajoyed by all prtwst It waa ' waa thegutof h) grandr''pir,eBte and "J. C. Hill, of South. OanroUtin. Mrs. John 1 Barnard, who is Mill se- her Sfttfe, birthday she tea been an in. will here satflBJMay''andSunday. 'Tie RepubUoaaB of Koutucky vaMd for 9 yWns. Vhctm pjawt home near Mr. Ceoll Wright of EvassvIHei lid. riously Hi at thrfr9Uta tewe filiator tfaoacht to be some .belter yea- - wr Mr. B. T. QUaimp, of Ciwmwoli Taylor's fwally last VJift' Dr. Ste Mve out 9taMMiD. Mrs. Mary Ranw M trwo Uattgfctara "! . Mr. Robert Hunter- haa rtum4 Mlsaw Letea a&'gUiMiblih Raiiy Mra. Steata. WJlaoa and spa. Rofe(rt v l th from a vJeitsto fata daughter, Mrs. .J. Mr. Battll ShMcki'aad (w4f, awl Mm - w1 in tewVlaatFriday' 'i mi th;HMW. Om itomk, ix,yl ' iaBdefur. A Mm. Meeae Taylor R4 8. TtumI, of jjUea. . .. air. sad yM be JBfctUae Mt JJt piaaa- MIw JKUl JlHBtr,-wUs VM t rttnnD Wo are of tho opinion that Mr. Johnson simply lost lite nerve. The Frankf6rT"Xofl.and Journal have been consolidated. It is to be honed that tho two may ma.ko ono respectable paper for tho capltol City. UTRty, nlht v their teacher a rn'e WILL HURT THE FARMERS. wm delivered in an wpjwijirtee man-nf- Ciark lglokeiartnear Moownaa; T3CU12X'3IOiT3CS. LtUo Jokn Vernon Caltowayj (who .4 0. The ,projxd RbriprocMy .treaty nwtjii, many -Prof. MUti ,3 xaa'brlja(J.. has been quite ill, was able u bo out ..as. wJth Canada which he been babm friends in Nocreek has eiay ovih. , to Congress by the Pncrfdeat and with us. Tho schools iMlipatrons to church Sucday, 10. Mrs. AJoseo Franco an J MWi'oa3B3, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY which is bo!ng auftporOad by the. 'Dem- would Hko to have him WUIaird and jako France, aro on tile ocratic party Is a IoHg eHnp In the 8cboool liere. fy atl-rr- r Hm jwwjiirwrfva jtMaga Jar iwM el Charoh will tawk rtrm, itmubWoftM Mmm). A the Dwnoowte wilt Ittwly haw .no shall exKt Prof. C. K. AlVwi ctaMi'jhfctKtooi thim or JU1 of tk?m exempt Uim-ehta- e nt ! plftca Vit Pi6ip? evenvl to Join with im la fche wying of th.j- of, the flhM were to oat of i,heo plotlgo in .behtalf of 4w ptuont. Mr. J. P. Foater MMnref Al PeOfiK ton made ffood bilk. Tfcg Ie-taeky tW MMn rwmmr iRr. r. fupfrinmt - KOCKtn. W. H- - Bom : I, B)l jM&t mqromi taps tW vet of her t IVWW Chatt- wBvOtwifiwiMitt, Mr, Mi. Hend-cr- amf Mm'anmm. ftilf miyK W iMrg, M d, Fwltniwim k Ms goest tMHttoted jhto Mm Ja of Men and imhu,r,- Mr. an) MW. f. J.'WIhro', at CmiiM who fcAve a nwbby glrJ, ijcrn re-c-e. - hr C, peR itmi AnnuAL I Determination 2 . l n.m uuk "" orui - mulitr a m . w , ! Mr. and Mfg. h. 8. OvrbaCs iwvd Mru. Will BulJcck Hyoini Saturday Mhoiarsi awl HMly wWi Mx. and Mr MM, wihlch f. s --KTV .... "' It-t- od rlCs tewh-winlhe- i ? Begins February Ilth, AND LASTS UNTIL FEB. 25tH. r 4? ? J J ivy g 1 o bn 4? 49 49 Fifteen Days of Bargain Feasting! 49 49 49 i Our entire stocji of Clothing, Shoes, Dry Goods, 49 49 49 49 49 49 Men's and Ladies' Fur- render! 49 49 49 nishings, Furniture and Groceries : : : : : o t ss pat-Jikrt- lc 49 49 49 Going at Reduced Prices! 49 49 49 49 49 J: 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 1 Gec-M- ca for'-naarl- -- k J f ill 1HI Incorporated., Centertowu,, Ky. i iV to to to f iTW9999999$WV9:W9VW9 1 i 1 SSfrV5flVSSSV Carson & Co.'s SIG- ox COME DOWN SALE Ken--tuc- JJom-vfiCEa- th es m Kum Down on February 8 and attend a sale that I g X shall stand as a record breaker for time to come. Watch for the big Double Header Ad., which will be brought right to your ioorby one of our represent- - u J& x g ; ., t ovr-.trfielml- ng o iet inhe H-s- et hr f I I Fe1brary--'.tolS'l;- . w' 0rf.roeln JW wfr lely w hr br. jWS'7Q,lie - Hrrlt I J A Carson & Go. 1 2 Inaopporatsct . .- m- HARTFORD. KY. m, ' I hmmbk scar lKia u yu MHit &m4m. - ' Jn.. f X ',', Uhij ctrxzt 'wmmv .Hiiw""1 IViu ( Mr. B., A. Grew, of route w EVENTFUL WEEK o ' aiiSt price on Ladles' Coat Nowis itho season tobuy Poultry Kum-Dow- n Suite and Clcaks at Fairs' Foou.uy an HONEST FEED. Quale 29t2 Sale. er Hen and Chicle feed is the cleanMrs. J. w. O'Baanon, city returned est 'andbest on thorr.arkot. ; WiCdroiday from a visit to relatives 29t4"PARSO.'S & SCOVJLLE, CO. in Central City. Mlss(AintShult2 who Is attend Attorney John A. l)gan, of Browns- ing schocl at this placr, was ho ville Ky., was attending circuit court guest of her sla'cr, Mrs. Hubert Tay horo this cek. lor, Beaver Dam, Saturday ar.il SJn , "Como-Down- " Prices will bo on day...M V-overy thing at Iler's Grocery for JlPreiulng Elder Thompson arrived V week only. February 8 to 15. 2!)t2 I Monday? afternoon, and la nsj'-s'in-ir D Scores of remarkable' values In oua Rev. Elgin Jn the Methodist revival. new 5, 10 and 25 cent Department Rev. Thompson is deliveries stmn 28tf HARTFORD GItOCERY CO. excellent sPmona. . When you come to the Cbme-Dow- n Mrs? C. p. Ksowa and daughter, Sale, Como UP to U. S. Carson's gro. Miss Alio . returivd Friday from a eery and you will find just what yo visit at Owensbono. They wre accompanied frnni PrortSvllln hv Mrs. want Mr. Iva Nail has mtunnd froi Clarence Kcown and children, 'who Smiths Grove, Ky., where he attend-are visiting hen this week. the funeral of his father-in-laD. filyotij marriago licenpe hns borr4 L. Crane. issUf4.i,from CounTy Clerk Tlnsky's We have for sale strictly pure No office sine our last issue which was Orleans Molasses, right from theplai, as' follows: Morgan, Pendiey, ace 48, Providence, Ky., to Lilly Gentry, age tatlon. A lis, Ky. HARTFORD GROpERY Ci Mr, A. R. Phinjmer, ananacef of the Mr. Seymore BenneU has returned Centortowji Mercantile Co., was in from Champaign county 111., where Doulsvlllo last week looking oftertho he has, been employed for ho past interests of his store. several months. He will remain In Guess at the number of dots on this county until the first of March, ... . our big balloon during the Kum- - Lwhbn hn uill rviii-- n iin llinn!. You may get the $3,501 Dr. S. W. Crowe, of Beach GrovK Down Sale. 2yt2 Rus Fairs' give away. vj., ucus iiiuveu vo veawjiwuiw a wure Try for $5.00 In Menchandlso FREE ihe has located for the practioa of his Largest load of women Friday, Feb- .profession in the future. Dr. Crowe ruary 10th, at Barnard A Co's. Mill-En- d is. a most exoillent gentleman and 'WO,aine glad to 'have him in our com 2U12 .Sale. and Come-Dow- ji Hart Brand Peas are the finest In munity. .. . -the world. Don't take our word for it The Methodist Church is preparing to give a play in a short time, c.3 but try a can and be convinced. soon, as practicable ofltier the revival. 29t4 CO. PARSONS 'All kinds of feed Stuff, Chicken Two plays are to bo given probably during, one evening. The work Is un-eiGrits and Shells, and Seed Oats .for the supervision of M!ss Mary by, sale Taylor. W. E. .ELLIS, Xne Produce Man. Hon. William Jennings Bryan will 27t4 Jlartford Ky. laotUTrt nt tha Tn.hprn:ir7.r llnrll. OVERCOAT JJ3ST 1ost, .gray over .. IsonlvlUe, Ky., February 20, at 1:30 p. coat, on Hartford and Llverm ore. road undpr the ausplcli's of tho Young Tuesday afternoon, January J.0. noar m., Ldviermoavi, Ky. Jleiurn to William Men's 'Cirlstlan Aasodatiionj of Gcrjflle, ihe eight yar old daughter appeared from his home here at Fords Ko doubt many from this Uiaty Sheriff IQ. . Hones, route 5. Schroader,.01aton,Jiy. v J7t4. cmfelj c.a n. H artfcKcU oi Whitford Phalps, at Tajlor Mines, vllle some time ago has been' located city wiHiear'thrff lactuxe- - ' XVh&a, . v jqu .see the brand PASCO , County Superintendent Iyach has died 5oinday afternoon at 2 o'clock in Oklahoma. Han, W. S. JDean, xOf .Dundee, is on anything in the .grocery .line, it .Miller and lids cousin ' 10. FEiEDJa.lFEBRUARY roieitfd word from the State Super- from horrlblo burns receded about Dock attending circuit court this week. is the best that we know how .to buy Tb left here Monday to join th0 Hosintendent that the February salaries 10 o'clock Saturday morning. Mr. jamas T. Dawls, of Sunnydale for the money, little child was standing before the pital Corps in tho army. will not arrive next Saturday for the PARSONS &COVIIjLE Co. Hllnol9CentralRallroad-Tl- m was a jileaaantjcaHer .Wednesday. 2t4 turpentine on Mr. Ed Qulsenbewy of Hunter Ark..-i- s teachers. Mr. Jjcach is of the opin- firo and pouring some OVERCOAT LOST iwst.gnay. ovpr-cpa- t, Table. the finger of a smaller child, the In town for a few dajs, calling ion, however that it .will nqi he a When you come down to the Sale Dam Kv. At on JHantfonl and Llvemiore road short turpentine catching fire and eoonllt- - on his many friends and relatives. money will Rum up to U. . Carson's grocery. time until tho Tuesday afternoon, January 10, near tle Gerdie's clothes were afire near He will bo accompaniel, home by lils .Mr. Mitchell Smith, of JlcHenry was Son I It JVrtk BoMUd. Llvermore,, Ky Jloward if ly all over. She iran out of the bouse wife and daughter who have 'been 121 diwlUSS . ID. tiasaaictine buslnefisiiero, Monday. No. Mr. Robert A. Bonrett, of 504 Albl-n- a to William chroador,X)aton,JCy, No.l01daeS:-iSp.B- . in thowlnd for over 200 yards and visiting here for somo trmbut Wt No.lJSdelI.a.p.m. Ave Pwtlarnd, Oregon baa sent all If jou fall to come to ,U.iS. Cttrson's No.lin'dniS6Sp. m Ho.IMdoo 5:48 p.m. of her garments were complete- Monday for Greenville to six.nd a fow ' Leave your Laundry at Cleve Iler's us a copy of The tOa'gonlan, of Port- ly burned off. Dr. Moore, of. Beaver days It will bo'jyibigKum-Dpw- n for you. guaranteed and, prompt grocery. Work with her brother, Mr. Stum, Annl-vers- ar land, eeJehra,ttng its Fiftieth Mrs. W-- M. .Fair has .recovered from delivery. Dam, was called but it was impossi before leavlrs. M. H. E. lailroari Time-Tabl-e Agent for Madisomvllle with a manunoth paper of 128 ble a slight illness and is able to be Steam Laundry. Madlsonville lee & largd to do anything tout give Miss Katlherine V. Tlu)mIs3n, will for at Hartford, Ky. fges. It Is a creditable piece relief forhim minutes at a time. about give a musical rtcltnl nt Colltgo Hall Laundry Company, Incorporated. , tf Time table offeotive Sunday Dec enterprise and reflects of n'jwspapen Tuesday evening Feb., 14, Mr. H. A. Garrett, jit JlraaOwajt Mr. Vic Robertson. ofTHardiaBurg tho Industry Dfiho State of Oregon. 4th, contains Ike following schedules; Fentress Gets Life Sentence. Mln&e, Kan a ce.lljr it thlfi office Ky., "was Mr. Roscoe Holbrook spent Saturday here Mmday and thought Mr. Benaeitt will .please nccept oiir No. 112 North .Bound due 7:29 a, m. Tue&day. Henderson, Ky., Fob. 0 Thio jury In and Sunday In Whitosill!, tho euost twenty fine mules. In this .lot thre thanks. UJLUV CAWlt jiaaj. tto casa fiatast Cheater Fentress, or of his brother Mr. Morton Holbrook. Attomy . JV. jA.uuergon returned were five .mules ho .bought of Messrs. No, 114 North .Bound due 3:40 p. in. Mr. Hnbeiit Sanders, of Louisville. reckenridge county, charged with the neX. Thompson, the priding El- 4)mm lftatllTTf!nv Kliatnn.ee tnr tt" Black and Blrkhead at a handsome a ;W daily exoQjxt Sunday. ( JJ n..w..lj U'UtU t K., arrived Wednesday afternoon to ujuruerpr Town Jiartnaa T. J. Skagg?, uer preacnea at the Methndibt church price. due 8:55 a. m. IxMil&riile. No. 115' South Bound, take charge AT 4ho store of the Ohio of Clarkeon, Graj-socounty, Jnthis Sunday on "The Evils of Higher Edu- Mies Iteiy Spaulfiing rtiurned kSat-unlMr. CL B. jJftonsi'banuldato .for the County dally exoqpt SuMday. ' Drug 'Co. Mr. Sanders forme city on October 17 laat, ibrowghlt In cation." dftmrwrnH immfnfitTnni fnr RrtniWiarv" No.' 113 South Bound due 1:46 p m. t from a visit .with irlends at ly Jiveajtn uwensboro, jaier in tne a verdict Df guilty and fixed his pun-- ) Dr. Day of Irvlngton was In town Calhioan, Ky. of State, returned from IxulavilJ.Sat- dally except Sunday drug business in McHtrary and Cen- iahment for life; Tho jury was out Sunday. ' H. E. MISCHKE.AEft Master Powell, the aittla son of .Mr. urday afternoon, where ho had .at- tral City.;, Ho is aell known through- tbr,eo Lours and twxinty five minutes. I Rev.- - J. T. Levwls filled his regular e. and Mrs. Alnqy Ticienar, of route tended a ma:iUn of the Stat out the .county and the drug comaPPtmeat here Sunday. IJe'preach- I $ Mr-troute A, was u 4, is Quite 1U. w. 'Goff.-- f pany was fortunate in securing his EDWAKDSSCH00LH0USE. interestingly to children alone Mr. T. J&hn has sold his favaiin 1 services. caller Wednesday. Mtee Anaiio Cooper returned to Iher Feb. 7. Health in this, community Sunday evening. tho Goshen nelghAorboorl to ,W3Jn Mrs. Emory Schroetor .received a Is good at this writing. Capt J. G. Keown, of Henderson, home at Pardajrille Tuesday after M. Mrs. Clarence Kcown is spending aiajYtuis. j,ir. jann nas jiuccawMiai short (visit here with relatives. vWted here Sunday. message Wednesday from Miss Flor Farmers are about done delivering a few days with Mr. and MrB Cal. 600 aoro farm near Elkton.' ence Jones, of Drakeaboro, Ky.. atat- - tobacco and are busy Jburndng itobac- - P. Keowra Hartford. Join jttuTcfDWid and close Itho bal- Don't fall to come, to our Comor he and his family Jeft Sunday for hag ' loonsj, Eocuie the order for m&nuhtui' Miss Annie Cnoner retnrnr,! hnm. that her father who has been ill CO bods. Down Sale February 8, to 15tSi. . ItheJr new home. I Mr. Cicero Bryant and Mr Dorman yesterday after a few days visit lur CAKSON & CO. for over a year, is conslderabUj worse, , dlse free. 9t2 - 'ine viaiwng annorneyis 1weo anenu' and he is not &pecUd to live but Hurt went to Hartford Monday on Hartford . . CARSON & CO. 2?t2 Men's, and Boys SuMa')':; big Miss Evelyn Ford is visiting lu chort time. Miss Jan?s lived hero business. Oome-Daw- a price, Fobnuary 8 to "15. The Cheapest Place of Earth to bi .circuit com hre this veek 'ere Johm T. Rone, Centontown, D. J, or many months and has n host of .w. Hunent cook of GreenvlHo, Ky., Uyen&boro ths week. CARSON, k. GP. all klftds-o- f Soeda. 2t2 ', .i.. ' Bhoads and Judge J. M. Porter, Beav riends here, who regrul fn.th.er'3 is visiting at J. L. Cooks. TheOH10COriNTX.SUPPL.V Cp. Ladled Suits and Cloaks at half Miss Ollle Autry As vteiUne her er'. Dam E. B. Anderaoaij Owepsboro: Illness and sympathize with her.' Hartfprd. Ky, le. 2tl during our Cpmo-Doiprice o" e,wt Belcher, Greenville, and John Specials at Ol In a letter-tthe" Junior editor. perents at this ,place. & CO. Mr, ar.d Mr. Brodie Payne. 1. CARSON " mz Logan, Brownsville. Miss Franteis Dabney Is at home afDr, C. R, Bennett, who recently went Taylor Minies, aro tha prod parents A ha Stock Dunn, feuahder Mr. jr WANTED FOR U. & AJtMYiAhle-WxMe- d to Chicago 'to enter the second year's ter a long visit to hur sister Mrs. SCHROADEB'S CASH GROCERY a caller at of a big boy who arrivad ihf 30tb, port Deposit Bank, unmarried mob- - betjn'eci ages n'ork In the medical college, he states McDaniel, Williams Mines. ' ci Jaauary. tMe otfteo Thuraaay.Mr. Hubert Cook and Mr. Bob Sahro oMS and 25; dtizeas of Batted States, that he 1 neatly pleased whh Chica Bargain-- 1 do HARTFORD. . NlckfJs Dimes and Quarters One week of General ofood character am4 temperate hab go, and likes the Instructors and the der wero tlio guests of Mr. Dorman Giving at Fairs' Kum Down Sale, douWe duty spent at our 5, 10 and. its, who can speak read and wrlto college. He statesHurt and family Friday night. Extra fine eating Potatoes per " that be has seen 20(2 26 cevat counter. February 8th to 15th. Mrs. Laura Austin and, children bushel '. ...,"...75c, the Esgliah language. Feec knfonaa-tloi- a Messrs. Grosele and John-J-. Williams, HARTFORD GROCERY CO. spent Sunday with Mr. L. P. Dahney Arbuckle's Coffee per lb ....',,.. 23a apply to Recruiting Offlcer.Malh old Hartford boa's, that both of Meeers." Lafe DeWee. oFForlsvUle.' 28tf and family. SStf. have splendid Good Roasted Coffee per lb ....200 J. p. aaafcfffw and Hiry Plrtla aty,' eiU'Soe Tsmo Old FasaloWd "Lyo street, Beaver Dam, Ky. positions and are Mr. Edward Austin of Nebraska Js Brooms, 4 string, extra good amUag our oalUrs Saturday. quaWy. Sanitary HomlBy. lgheet wwe Axkwtl&lug 30c the MfeUolod of N "making ood visiting in this community. s. Stahdord Granulotcil Su- Bal'looB. ) lail kfl" BI W. PrJae.eaBfte.as.othB. slaees, and you can always get better ta The College Basket Ball teams Mr. MlnaJe.Wilsoon, after along GueM.,34 PARSONS, SCOVILLB, QO, sway, dots? :..n.oo neMk ,by dealing with a concern here bav reorganized and are .goUting uipcajis able, to.'be, out, again. Best Leaf Lard, nor lb no- - which 1 velBB full of the vital lnjEhape-to.rsjwDKug 29 its'' ryJt cu, of Pasco Coni and t yok vm, got thlfSO to afe'w of the 'Little .Ml Leaa Bdwantevwho a8t f lio has CoaipoundLiydper lb - tice the dlJfereace" R'a ral suar fluid than with1 obo that Uuoeftds challenge" wscelvod lately. They are uRoHMBtier tthat uieve iier s 1 ' MM r been sick for wmatlme Is much hn-- C Bars Laundry Soap upon life for th,e ehiglsh clrcnila- - spending spare hours on 2C otaors. a grt".'Coine- - Cora, ccmu eo more ball the to'have j 3 cans Palkjs.llest , Tomatoes ...:23c i'aiwuns auviuum, v.u. tloa glvea by, oval advertising and ground praatlulng and hope to bo In Mr. Tommle Dabney, - jitte a e' f rem rlerwry 8th to na l'qik's Best Corn .... ,...25c place 3 of roathoda. as good shape Ja a few weeks. Unfor HA ThZmAji lnuimvMl Stock asd other who has been la MUtiourl ter wie 3 boxes Capital Parlor Matches.. 10c 'rffcHk, was no indoor place In Maedy,ad Hog Powdr Awong otir visttors Moaday were tunately Fural- - Pou ' ,3 packagea Oatmeal 18. T. Browa, o route 3: Joe which toBlay and the boys bad to time Ja at home again. p.-lMea. ' 2Ec" tare at,' great CmuHmm, C. E. Crowder waa,here'babuslstte( 3 large DAckaeca RiibJCn.unrA" VI IIP m TWT T ID Tlii TiA.r1iiflA Hon TbcwapeoB, wwte 7; W. B., HeMte, drop tbaffaae test fall, ard from 1110 iivuuw rsMCft Coe-Dw- a. 0, it. mwiiot drto Monday.' Waahlnt Powders ioj raitUi 7; Mark .RaMhKuw. SttandaW: this reasMt several days practice Is Hartford, Ky. CAMOM A CO. 3W We sJll for coeb. Have no exDen- Ny Rowan, route 1a "., D.' ReOi needed linMtr to nut then (a con em, avery Cobm-BmPrW FOKDSVILLE. Mr. Dwrll SuIIbs awl Mr.,M sdvo clerk hire, and sell the beet 7t: .. i....aBjJ.. "wees- "'Jr 11 I'iinWia' ' Itimiiiiiiliiii the amiia&o; ,y. C. gatooaay,- route dition tojjtay,'aawich gaaie. But Joe Bawwii, WhlteBvllle, Mabl fpi.. V ... quality for less .'irV .t' vn " " i wfawrw-tfiwubw ihb ereaic 3(tk et Fekrwry. No 2;JS.L. Huft. rpute 2; B. S.,CJiewtior- - Umre i tegwel there Mm a' mateh Roy Keown. 'GoWavItBiig. houses possibly caa. ia IrerfWwdwUl. whwre w& w MBe.yetiWjMtter.R'-Ulaw, j.yii. y r woefc eaterd sehool hwe'Moaday, Telephone, 'No.'53. Wiw; aaa L. Verey Ley, s Mr, Head who so Bsyrtertoufely dts- - J COUNTRY PRODUCK Orns-ha- ;Began Wednesday and Easts 7 Days caller WedRtilay. t No otherak; llko th 010 at BarJbVftdflOV ty word on Uio big nard & Co'8. Don't all to cento n 29U Tairs' Sale, down. FefertMMy 8U1. 20tu Don't bo persuaded to buy iwittl Mrsim J ciojTMouclaln Pariki Ok- Salo at Fairs' Febru hte Kum-Dow- n )sa!cm, is vsjjng hi mothur M. 2&12 ary 8th. 1' Mr. w. L. Drown, cjty wisttoogUMfc J. C.Jn3, o'y. BuyFurnlturo nf" a Como-Dow- n of sietetivcs iwar Rochester jLhu first prloeMlurlnx our sala' 01 tlw iweek. PARSON & CO. JL Mrs. E.V. Fiord, who" tats btf'ii .MrGcorg0 !JarakaPof-Xynilsvil- le, quite Hi for. several days, ifa consider,lot fbr Cntral City, Wednesday af- ably better. Kum-Dow- M, MpKcd i A. Bllbro, whowo IHwcm we in our laut lateao Is I Came Down! TO-DA- Y yv y Feb, 8 to 15 And Every Day for One Week to Barnard & Company's Fairs' . 1 MILL-EN- II KUM DOWN REMNANT and SALE. ..Come Down Sale.. i w REAL VALUES! Don't Miss It! YOU CAN'T AFFORD TO, n fThe Store That Saves You Money J k Reductions In All Lines! Come Down AND- 2a&Sb. ar -- uajA yajyyii&aiAiJkAAiaitAaAia .. aiadl-sonTlll- e. Be Baver BdU w ' 1 ay Com-mifatio- v. K, ad hr va - -' - tiia 1 rIrs 18-lb- aw d f an Pv out-df-do- te W 0Ww s4 i ... Mqtvripn dtoM, jk; t,jHry - De-brul- Km: .- e WANtS Mv MB A WOMAN at 1W8. M4l ift. . ..v.-..- torn, or U in t -- BoYMiltitovtitttphM.. Wfwwfttl 1om4 mm m-- s ,wf- llr MP 1m l1M a bellayar t. fmtm. it ftafcir. iKiwij.. to hronlcled. KeWtwky pArtfmkr bWm of JAe 8eeHW pee).,WMtalr when tM& As time and krtawiMgb Ihmto proeastern dtatrlot, and the effort, tf the give p Htonsy to SalvtrtiMi Army o- When Henry T. Thompson busts dsKeeston. ym aot-fef- c to gressed moat BuporstMteM ime been Jrfoltorsk Jt ere" gete wer t is tho osta&t that it ww la other start. ngteaatad jto their prom. af$i-;- , yet started lor. y wren Was Shot to Death. lmot ewry 'JlViing be- - TiU world fh3 sHrfke the (tonnage of easwill never be juet igt tern Kentucky nearly up to the high lag is prow to MporttMHNM, influ- uaMl we are as aleepy at 9 o'cloefc ence, whether serJowly geV more out record of 1907, while the counties in In the evening ae we are when called part of the state afaawpd of habit For inetaao,- jiw many at 6 o'clock la toe morn4sg. Alleged That Two Women and tho rrawtotin a total doorcase of nearly 500,000 men chose 13 as a 1cwlcniMi numLots of ipeoplo ar nearly as smart Two Men.Were Surprised at short tone. In 1909,.out of the .o4al ber?, Those who do ballww'lfche re- - as John D. Rockefeller', the world's versa of the old vanatan, iacrmse (on tha atwte, the eastern richest man; ibut the little deference Rock House. district ,waa credited with 379,996 Below Is a Met of the WHnmoncr makes a bl difXerenee- superstWona, leaving out only such tony and tho western district with m II AM the good qualities ae are in dally promlnewee. of Ely's You lOARTJS n,vm tone. NOTE.HEADS : 4. solid are found in Utquid" raayvfittdyour ".hobbyVr teiKho list Oraam-BakPrarldoncc,' Ky., Feb. 4. Tho mur0 Six we3k after you har Hhe first Cream Blm, wMcb, is iwtended tor der erf Henry T. Thompson, who (was Special Notice. usa dri atomizers. ahat ,it is a woui Katydid look out tea frost killed and .which has ENVELOPES POSTCARDS Baginalng with tho next lssuo this drful remedy for Nasal, CaDarrh is b'eaa a compk&o mystery to the genBloivrjout toecanMe,iaRd' If the paper will henceforth publish obltu; wftk continues long to smoulder proved by an eral, public, will in all probability bo mass antoafc.roaolutioas of reapoet andcar&s lobksfo'r bad weather. If It; goes out of testimony. It does bob-tr'but dor cleared up iwirthin a short itlnnv BILL HEADS BLOJTERS rasp the endsr Since tho morn trig iwjhen the life- of thanks at the t&Ao of two cento quickly the weather ,wlH befar. It at- lAlso notices for church eur you heat tho, f!rat"(frogs in lays tha intwrnmetlon Influon-tla- l per Une. When and goes less body of ono of tho most oltlzensof this suction of be tortainmonts whore money is to be the spring you may know;tha frost straight to the root of ho disease. LETTERHEADS . PROGRAMS Obstinate old oasess have yielded in state was found in a ravine with, made will be charged f6r at the same Is out of the ground.X The las4 Friday of eaah' month Is a few. weeks. All druggists, 76c., Inthreo bullet hol3 through the hfltl rata Fto many years this paper has onj la tho right aye and tsvro in th0 published many columns of such mat. the almanac index for, the next cluding spraying tube, or mailed by STATEMENT HEADS K-- ' , :SHIRP,ING TAGS back of tho haul, undarneaiih his hat ter without any,charge whatever, but in month.. If the weather b?r,falr the Ely Bros.; 56 Warren SstreeiUNc).v - month will be likewise; dffoul so York. which was pulled down ovor th JuaMoa to ourselves w& must hanca. 'wounds,' ihis tl'jaAh Jras-boa- n a. Jpuzzlo fprthmake this nominal , charge.' Our win tho month, be. -- r CIRCULARS . v 0, .LABELS ' KINDER. It it storms the first Sunday In the to vry one, with tho oXoepMon of paper apace Is tho only moans by which we have to earn, money with month it will storm overy. Sunday in Jan. 31. Flnley Nimmo, of Rosine, a few who know overy clrcums'ance James ilitchell, of Island, and Wavy which to keep it alive and It would the month. of ,the dasbarly crime. BOOKLETS ! .STOCK FORMS Upon roliablo authority When a perecn kills aenako he Llles, of Taylor Mines, were hero last has be Just as fair for the merchants to It been learned that ihrea people be- bo required- to give away their goods does well to consider Iwhatjj kind of Wednesday. .','!' ' JJr. 'H. B. 'imnes went to Frankfort ' sides ths man who find tho three as to expect this from us. We trust weather ho would like. If; ho hangs CATALpduES ORDER BLANKS1 shots that pierced Thompson's brain, our friends and patrons will appreci- tho snake up, it will rain;, dfho bu last Wednesday on legal business. ,f Mr. Hood' Harrison, of Boaver Dam either witnessed tho actual murder ate our position and govern thomselvo ries it, the weather will be fair. MORTGAGE BLANKSi' ' Ruba cat's back the wrong way, was here last Thursday. or were near enough to have witness- accordingly. THE REPUBLICAN DEED-BLANK- S Mr. Estill Dawell went to ConAral and It you see the sparks it ,1a a sign ed it If they wcro not at the moment City last Thursday. Trial by Rice. fleeing from tho scano of the conflict of cold weather. .,. Mrs. Geneva Goodall left Friday for Tlie bones of rheumatic (persons That the dead man surprised those In Bengal, people suspaoted pf ' Odin, III. panties In the cemetery is boypnd crime or tested with rlco ache when a storm is brewing. 'are tried Mr; Simon Jones was In Hartford question because just lately, alnco to detect the criminal, and strange When you find tea grounds" float ' Av- - ' the1 examining trials of Thomas to .gay, there Is sense la Itihe ordeal. ing in your cup you Khiow"thiat you Friday on business for the Control Thompson and Kcrncy Benjamin, The subjects are made to sit' in ahalf- - are going to have company If the Coal and iron Co. Mr. r. f. Baize was in Hartford there has boon found evidences of a plrcle and to oaoh Is given a plate grounds are soft, It U a. woman who a- . clandestine meeting near the spot to hold In his lap. To kindle the is coming; if haird, a manj'lf the Friday. Miss Maggie Westanfleld, of SimLet Us Submit Estimate on Your Next Work, where Thompson fell. Ono of the Imagination and wake up tho con- grounds are long, the pergbnoomlng woman ran at tho approach f science, a priest next passes upnnd Is tall, if short, the visItorwiU be mons, was (here Friday. All Work Guaranteed. 'i.'! Thompson and. ithe Misses Nellie Harris, Maude Mil.woman down before them, chanting prayers short. . hid and witnessed (tho tragedy. If you dream of falllng'irad nro liard and Kate Dean wore In Beaver to the heaven, asking Its decdalonand Saturday. One of tho most peculiar features scattering flowers upon thQlr heads awakened by tho fancied. Jar,, of land Dam of the case andonehat has 'not as as a banedlctlon provided they are ing, it is a sign that you arbfgblng to .Mr. and Mrs.John Hinton went to 7et been explained is tho fact thit innocent Thtsn a little rite is given be ill. If, however you awake while Hillside, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Payne of island a- woman ,wos seeni run- to each, and the suspect Is asked still in midair you may ibo assured you will continue in good tocali'lh. ning from tho direction of the ceme- to chew were here Sunday the guesit of relait into a pulp. Shortly aftery, and as far as can be learned, ter this each Is To dream of a funeral Is assign of tives. . "No. 22 told to spit the pulp May- - Hoover, of Beaver no effort except by on employed de- into his plate- - It is said Miss that fear a wedding. To dream of aV wedding Dam, Anna tective, has was visiting here Sunday. A made to learn h,r caused by conscious guilt, will pre- Is sign of a funoral. Miss Nora Belle Hudson returned to identity. This If you dream of snakes tt is a sign woman, it vent the flow of saliva in the mouth, you have an enemy. Is said saw Henry T. Thompson shot so that tho guilty are her home at Nuckols Sunday after not ab to down like a dog, but not until he make the rice into pulp. Let a young woman pin ;a four-lo- spending several weeks' with Mrs. El m m struggled' with his murderer for sevclovej: over the door and ,the la Knsey. N - man- .. Mesdames Amelia eral minutes. The fact that he madb first unmarried who coroeB"" In and. Jessie .Burton 'Cafdui WorkecfWbnders. a desperate struggle Id eavc his life McMinuvtllle, the doer will bo the one she Is to wore In Beaver Dam' yesterday. Tomu lrs. Ocio Jett, marry. ,,. viMlss Nanle Milliard went to Beavwas .plainly dvident to thoso ho or this place, says: "I don't believe Sleeip with a piece in removing the body,- as the I would of wedding er Dam be living if it hadn't cake under your pillow ground around "where tho body lay, for thre - Mr. and Mrs. Kl?e Plonoo. of Hr- iean for Cardul. AfKs- - treatlnc me IptTlltcs Iti eiifpaec!Tnn was trannplod and trod showing that nnrl fiiliitrMVi rln, 111., are visiting relatives bore twenty seven days, my doator advisvrtu flrflom inn t'tiA 4"hltvt UilgU'V, irtll at this writing. a death struggle had taken place-Thuo HUtU mlnrtit ed au operation, but I twduld notcon-S3n- t- '" strongest mute evidence oomie to pass. that luj. jeauneaie auxcnen, or island, Instead, I took Cardul, and nav Thompson wrestled with his murderHave you wjute marks dii your. Is tho guest of her parents, Mr. and I am doing my work oven the' washnalU? Put your hands together and Mrs. John T. Main, at this writing. er before reoolvlrig Ms death wound, ing. Cardul worked wonders Jh my m was tho fact .tliat his trousers wore this nhyme while In succession ;jyou case. 1 am in better health than for A King Who Left Home. pulled up to tho knoo on one leg. say touch finger tips, begmnlng'wtth Prize Offers from Leading Manufacturers five years." Cardul is a strengthenmore evidenoo still that this disar 3fjj, set the world to talking, but Paul ing tonic for women. It re'deves n.Iu thumbs. Mathulka, of Buffalo, N. Y., says he rangement of his clothing was done Cook on patents. "Hints to inventors." "Inventions needed." tones up the nerves, builds strength A friend, a foe, a gift, a baaiu,. a always KEEPS AT HOME the King in a scuffle-TrackJourney you go. Notice on which "Why some inventors fail." Send rough sketch or model for You need Cardul. Try it. 30U finger nails the marks are andyou of all Laxative Dr. KIne's Nw around the spot where the search of Patent Office records. Our Mr. Greeley was formerly. strugglo 'took plao iwero those or will thus gain some Inkling of'.your Lifo Pills and that they're a bles.cting.Commissioner of Patents, and as Such 'had full choree of Farmers and Fruit Growing. sing to all his, family. Cure constipawomen and mon. TV. women's tracks fortune. the U. S. Patent Office. A Warren County farmer Is preparas wcro the men's wore not similar Born "on Monday, fair of face. JK& tion, headache, indigestion, dyspepacres of his showing conclusively tliat there .was ing to put. thinty-thne- a Born on Tuesday, full of God's sia. Only 25c at oUl dnuggiists. in land 4n applo and peach H. ' more than mm woman and one man. grace. and Bachelor Girl's Reflections. Born, on Wednosdoj', Because of the fact that when other farmers in tho same, county merrygandi INCORPORATED will follow A "failure" ds a man who goes hl3 Why, , example. glad. J these tracks were made it had just around looking for'sympathy when he WASHINGTON, begun to thaw and iwhen tho dead shouldn't they? A dispatch in MonBorn on Thursday, sour and sail, ought to be looking for a Job. ooay was found about noon, Troter days Courier-Journtold of two uurii on tiraay uouiy clvpn. "Conscience doth make cowards of who purchased a run down had filled tho tracks, making It imBorn on Saturday', must workfor ' possible ,to talus exact measurements. apple orchard over in Ohio, trimmed a living. .mt us all" but not uatll we've lamfltled A ddtoctlvo luas boon in Providence It and sprayed it and made enough Bora on Sundaj-- , never sliall want. the .bottle, tired of the fllntaiilon and from tho first crop of aptes to So there's tho week and the on'dTfc get our money's .worth out of the at work on tho case. He came disIII (UN TOM guised and has played llho part of a pay for' it. Good apples are always in To cut tho finger naU on Siimfeiy game. and district to ndndeihiblt demand, and the same may be said morning Is a sign you will do some- -' The longest iwny 'round any mam Is "good fellow," playing cords with thing you are ashamed of befcrelfche to hang around his (nock. the 'boys" ami donning a female's of good Peaches. m. allow XKN bAS vhhk FffFf'f!'l&lu.,toantxt,frto,SrrirlU.u3 It is a great deal easier ,to Jtrlm and woek is out. Why, Is it that after January 1 the jp ' :j attire secured tntiro a'antllug Informa unit kau uui iiuc wnirn l li.7..i spray an orchard than dt Is to "warm milk of human kindness ,1s always mation froni soveral women hero-NPass mo salt, pass me sorrow, 'FACTAV Miect We nUh .tfi fSihSSSkL KZZ.r,',7.rZfZff?-Z.l- . dcvoJopmurita arvj expected un- and Bucker" a crop of tobacco, and it It used to bp' a protty sure, "sign put back into cold storage again? V?tt ,?J?1he,?JT to $ middleman'. ,Vsub? Too many kisses spoil tho jtmth. til the grand Jury convenes on the Is a mighty sight cleaner work. Consl that a man was conceited if hoiweiit 'nurer' tuan ,ote behind your o S?fr ifmv wn? V r until wu recti 'oiV,J.bl.cyS10rpi0, " ?"" "Vm 'Next to a- - ank imitator the great-n- t first Monday In April, at which tlmo erlng the relatives amount of labor in- aboutwlth his hat brim turnedjjfup . i.M( ..( dfe' uoi uuuuuuauon unuer neaven is a tho Jury will take up the caso and' volved in raising tobacco and in In front. T0liWILL'IE ASTOWINEI.?," rou "cu; oar twmtuut cuicu am growing apie3 it i3 vastly more profiprobe it to the bottom. If tle bottom of' you foot "itohos rank sensationalist. thin n MW liJW-'?.e.!,.- 1 "? Phtrad bicycle for luiiinS A man never feels qul(o do jblaso BjOYOiIKAi.KltkVJJ;"JTf,iaM!"i?-.,?S.?- i' hctorr table to itiho farmcc to put his land in you may knciw that are t6,lstp w your. own nam Ditto al ia :ur prlcet. Urdera fi M h." Ai. .J1.J" J- Memphis Lady Writes. and cynical as in that Dhrllllng hour MA JW "SKCOI UANU applo trees. Apples ore selling In on strongs lands. W,' dnotTifuIai Ir handle" lecond hand bkrclea, W; but r have a number on hiaJ ui,. u roaipi! Ir at Mice ranrin from S:i . mi "." i i,"".yf to retail store. Thee w clw out Memplils, Tenn. Mrs. Emma Put tho wrong foot out orb'ed. when he has Just learned tto shave D. Liouisvlllo at six dollars a Barrel, and y AJCKTIC itir bunk in n it Ur-ok- I HI ftn IMilal. Looney, of Memphis, writes; "I suf- most of thoso that are being sold are first when you gtt up In tha .mor'nY and has .been casually invited to call eMmiviMKEs, aasiiuriffuVs ml ntrttfSii.'-r- " w' ' fered misery for nearly eight years;. brought there from other Kentucky ing and you twill bo cross alfSay,' on a woman of 30,, Do:i,'t follow Mio crowd and the Since taking Card ul.'Ji tan muoh stron soil will produce as good apples as Always get up with th'e right forecrowd will follow you. or, and I haven't mlssod a single sneal can be grown anywhere on oariih. WLF-HEILImost. 1 hardly luic(v haw to express my Don't make a friend n gift of i ft' nHousehold Economies. gratitude." Don't worry about your Accused of Stealing. iitcuie, xor Becoming to overy, auTo make blsculta Hght drench with E. E. Chamberlain, of Clifton, Ma thority versed in sign lore, if yotwlo, symptoms Cardul goos ideonwr down. JI1LsssHissmflSssssBlsssssssssssssssssB m FROM PNNCTMES gasoklno and ignft b?ore sevlwg. flj ' What you ue-a- is slreniatlj. SUiensth boldly accuses Buclden's Arnica Salve it win cut your friendship. NAIIiO. iTmekl or fllau-wU- l n..( l.t .- -. Ito koao servante chlorofonm and, Mr out. Sixty thousand pair sold last year ' Btoallcg tho fctlng from burns or will enable you to throw off 'f ornate 1 To find a horseshoe In itho road te Orertwo pairs now la' use! lock in. ths cellar. troublos and will prevent 'the headach scalds tt pain from soraa of all a sign of good luck. mmniOMt Made, In alftiKt. It 1. lire SB Ito t rid of iaddlr-ib- uy Bdeasyrfc)ln,verydurableandllnedlnsIdewith kinds the distress ifrom bolls or piles all thy a ptc rualiy of rubber, which backache, dizziness ond'bthor symntor ncrer become? PHBBBBBBBBTS f have. porous and which closet up small puncture without allow. tlJS you now suffer from. Oaiiu'ul "tt rolM outs, corns, brulsoi, sp t&Hns .. ..:-- : ::.... aaai RHietuatkLii r wfc - a hundreds at ln... To rania- - fruit steins from linen wzHieair to escape. weh their and iujurias of their terror," ho bajy, P0R FLETCHER'S helps you got I(. Bedcuetaamra aliuKUwt 30tl h"A" .tiTiMarZZ9 up ortwice h a usa .Uia scissors. eeao.'peywrigwiomfiS "as a healing remedy Its equal don't taiBiBaryre.paewBureraltiogquiraeaUliwVlyei To cep rata out .of tho by layer oTthlB. specla lly Kentucky Coal Output. oxiat" Only 25c at all druggtet. m um,.inKiiiiwi)nNiiaHiirwiia.jt all tfH food tn th osljar, idvertUiBg pttrpoae MmfHlnkiaa. aoiclZi Development of coal properties was TTTTTV True aid Otherwise. Hfi' To the r!4v snteKteln wckrm vWtara l,t inennal.o7.ly laA. pVr niff. ill oSC. haveamal markedly Kothx during 1909 Jn the im Can you Learn This; You do not pay cent until you Late of wemwn go with womea'Jbey wbi read all your prlvwts paprs. '""- - a.TT neWIHUlOWB eastern djtitrkjt of Kcsttucky, an outA Harvard professor has worked out taUc about: To - rnanr men visitors ' ,Vourun m rUk'S th let from wlvtah was furnished by tho Jhl.0 JI... .... . No, maH'Seta as amah mall as'kai eoatpleUoa of tho Carolina, Clinch-fW- d ,1 ttmos 9 pua 2 eiuak ll, expeeu. To keap children at haais - losk 'm f. "r y and Ohio naikraiad. . Tho isf fecit of .12 tlmea 9 plus 3. equate Jll,.,4', ' tkii u4 Kz.in we sever Knew any one of rn,n you wr bisarir . Wc wasiiraw vou so mU mm ri.i --LiViTr ia lh gnrrirt.' anjaaanaa . t tM development wJU, howovcr, he 123 Www. 9 plus 4 wtata .iui;,i. thi remarltaWaklri ,fmK i .. JT t wan, aot eaid oeeatHoaally iwlri mA M" stop laks in It-Hte a IF YWfMLfMB rHirsT to uie roeord ftr 19 18 121 .tiroes 9. pin 5,eiuaijlllil.,, shawit. were has seme tuaaywWoui." hnrry-i- ) Car h mQ&ftt&BR mrmt Am: tWR it te la Umt at 1909. Th(j itotil' Had ol riaaa ml ahUui k. An old baahetor.k xategU .rBPtT Te'ooonsMilM ta a oh a! wfairiKj-flrtpnodwitfoa rf seal lu tho Hfeaio in 1234M HuimO pKw 7 (Maate 11U1U. lie lon sot choose to Ruwrr '. It ajar, cost, a postal irittiZZXEZ . 1W, .was .m.M7l abort ttei, 1231667 Mates 9 pU 8 equate llUllll.. waU, waye. , Te f rwhae of --.g (anon) on la- - 12M5678tte9plu9wqtaininill. &.imt MMM4JU ima ia Wg-- an .What has momt at the oW-to- i. CYCLE tee! wuVaaa. .'.a . . SEEltflpE? tartar '. ki iM.tkftt, .tne ah tmfaMeAabrik 0M Yo Jm h4 bW oa.MM MMNwomem abl mmnm to hlnk nt !h titoMghMul kit may U owagtMng iwtilek Mmm a wawtR-hbM a wlM' he ?' M;IrMh - 'f.i'r 'fft " kjt to-d- LET OS PRINT YOUR ayry .ri , f Vlfe .v&:i 1 :I !? Vim I 1 - I ' red-hair- - red-haire- d ITHE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN Phono ib-j- red-hair- ed Hartford, Ky. ;.,i af . cd to-da- y. to-da- T1 e - "l m $ i. s IS, tri, GREELEY &M9INTIRE T). s&m al iKen-tuckia- ns C 1l. mwmXu Y JHfl 'KhIeRsbLRISEBAQ biffife" o y :vzisis!sss mC-CIl.K- "" t t -- m K6 ''' TIMI ASSBSJas mmamaan- A 1 MiTMlE lUMdrtd-'tbouaau- Chlarn Cry '' 1 CASIRi, ,&. SKJ!i.?'- HUHi mm-i- .L ZS . -- ).. utala fl , Stt4 ISiJSVV'iBSS &aBSSSSSSSiSfeiSfSSi&aaa a. v k. '"''x Ai A.H.-::? ass aaas, teL sa-- m.m ft ii uaki ",$'; r tft J. L MEM C0HPUT SSSPXA 0WCM0.UIJ '0- - y'qrWMPf'' srsssaT TS-Ts- WtfM iaMaJstaUip- - VISION BEFORE ' flBSTr ChmpiiM o the Farm, wqimM Ail J ttm mm! ..MOLESTING GRAVE V Thought Body of.Saufley 9! Neuralgia j A hMH board too ofton. lowHy of loose methods. AM the glrb ng, year, aa there U go & Christina tbought- val- - about thefr pica' and Lacc-pPe- Jr quietly aeris ef odd lota are & tho order brtrtfa new: and J, f Would Rise Again. That She Removed the Her Own Hands. I &1. ,Dirt From Grave With fLttlit X that I had a v K Wiw&ii " V,Za. SB bbb I y picas ure in 1 writing IU vuu neuralgia pain in .1 Ky., Feb.. 4. "A vision Uxxa God told me ho would rise again.," aaaerled Jlrs. Amanda Har-rteo- u, In her conefasion before Judge Bjtlloy, late that she had ?rked all Moniday nlgt, digging lute tho gmro and removing the cas-- 1 contBlnlrg tho body of Georgf B.f Saufley, an attorney, ,which was found abevo tho grave in the come-tar- y early the next day. ' Mns. Harrison was apprehended J" aresnoto pant of Adair county aid readily admitted hor connection wRh what had been suposad to bo an attempted grave robbery, and as- -i serted that she had no accomplice. 1 explanation of the weird story, in which ho said she was (the solo actor, the 'woman said that last Saturday Bho experienced a vision from God ta. which she was assured that the attorney would rise from tho dead, if- the earth covering Mm should be JVanoved and his mortal frame exposed to the air. , Confiding her Intension to no one, Mre. Harrison went about hor plans for freeing tho body of tho dead attorney from the grave. Before home on tho night of her eruest, she prayed foflvontUy, and, Btealing Into the cemetery about midnight began heir unioanny Itiaslr. "With hor own hands, she tiald, she anovaifld the dirt Iroan itho grave, working until daylight, confident that the end of hex task meant the restoration to life in flesh Df the attorney who secured a divorce for her. 'After sio bad removed all of the jlfrt and casket from the grave Mrs. Harrison ead she was unaiblo to get the outer Jfd ooff, and dawn micnr, h abandoned her task A son and one of her tenants drove her to Adair county. 4o-da- y, to-da- y, leav-ingher fltamlford, i my arm for five years, and I "used your Liniment for one week and was completely cured. I recommend your Liniment very highly." Mrs. J. McGraw, 1216 Mandevillc St., New Orleans, La. Cured Quinsy Sore Throat Mr. Henry L. Caulk, of 1242 WiLson St.r Wilmington, Del., writes : "I bought a bottle of Sloan's Liniment for the quinsy sore throat and it cured me. I shall always keep a bottle in the house."' ' r4 4 SLOANS LINIMENT gives instant relief from rheu matism, lumba-go.sciatic- a, rt?Sm Willi en inn ncjlv aanllv. nr tmeft to be ISyalundif ccd. A leaf cake I '.ho wil take, and don't for? x c mM k lke along wifo the red. ,a . Ue mid '' It l tod lata when Uo stack baa -.a ni, r.itnn .... . . j tumbled and wiothorcd your bwteow , lu3y , ., ., . I to rfigrot ntt having fenced It of f. i, Oct any extra plowpolnta or other ltW-ft- nd J)erl frJen1 fixture you may need, before y? j,.!o books and mauMlnra. lu9 get out 4tao plow far (thorprlrg work. inU) hx New nm for an otffieo; boer to h3mc.ma(le OTnd so.dori jrouwif and so conduo. of thQ hflf your affate that your neiellbors will parttallar tfcit l,- set tho offico running aftar you. ;. is Illustrated, is always welcome. If you haivo any iron or other metal I ,Tno girls savo one day for candy- .. roofs aako a comfortable spoil and'Agnn paint them. Get all such Jobs out tncr-favorlTfii,rmtoriV,odis and ui uio wy oeioro somchtrngcio,bcth!ult8 gins Ho crowd you. ' paporSthen in iboxcs, which are wrap- Tlhe proposal to confine parcels post poi'T,) and marked for delivery. s. 41 mti1 mnicfl If tniarlA Intn la.w tvlll Hedjhicarts in all. sizes are used as work In tho interest of the express address tags and apprordate symbols companies and mot of U10 rural popu- of 'the day. The delivering ot the pack-- 1 lation. It Is foolishness. ageWwhich Is really the JolHeatnari Are patches in tho yard bare ofJ is done by tho girls themselves. grass? After the firEt thaw sprinkle vV Aside from the hospitals, the shut-in- s some Kentucky blue-glaon thorn aro not Xorgotton. A pot of Jelly,, and ral?e in when ground gtits dry a 'growing plnnt ot evergreen, some enough. A little white clover too. HttloNbedroom comfort will be a source Are you really in the harness for. of much pleasure to ithose who are ill Many folks oro. A rfin t tft t'frvB linti ir.Ytif i business now? '" ' , .. ' v1 Buckle the straps good luck in thoi , rwly ,to flBD. Sow clover seed wtemsli K "Ai & theirs are not r IVrtl for a Mll-Un- finer rvr hn f,,, n. thf ,ge t0 M Tho Kind You ITnrd Always Bought, find which has been in uso for over 30 years, lias homo tho Bignnturo of and has uccn mndo mirier his per- ftfji-yP-, Bonnl supervision sinco its Infancy. Allow 110 ono to deceive von in this. but All Counterfeits, Imitations and" Experiments that trlllo vrlth and endnnger tho health of Infants and Children Expcrlcnco against Experiment. -Jiist-as-good"a- ro ... .. ... What is CASTORIA Castoria is n harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It Is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphino nor ot'icr Narcotic Mibstancc. Its ago is Its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Fcvcrishncss. It cures Diarrhoea and "Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates tho Food, regulates tho Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. I ss GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS 11 neu- sore throat, ralgia, croup, ton-siliti- s, hoarseness and chest pains. Pi!cs,25c.,50c.& 51.00 Sloan' book on horses, cattle, stinep anil poultry seut free. Address Dr. Earl S. Sloan, Boston,- Mass., V. S. A. UjejniK jlsM .t.;' ir. Christ, but a Church of the Jesus Christ. The trouble (with this whole matter is that persons who insist most on uniting all churches dnito one thllng that the church to which they belong is the church, and that all others are wrong and should com0 into fcheir church. That 1b beeslng the whole (lucgtlon and therefore makies mo good Impression on tine great, number of persons It seeks to change. The position that Methodist people I .have always held Is that tlho eaasotlal ,. for Infants and Children. unity of Christ's church is spiritual, Thi Kind You Have Always Bought not formal and Inward rather than outrward. That seems ito have ibeen 'Bears the what Jesus was jprayjnig for when He Signature of asked that they should all be one. He evidently was not praying for difto ferent Christian, denominaltons Life, Not Organization, First unite for the divisions did not exist ,' Concern of Methodism. ' at that time. The fact that the Salvation Army (Central Jlethodist.) and that , We are anxious to see what effect has come into existence, this eccleabiastical flirtation, called other denominations are proposing to 'fahureh Union," Is going to havo on unite with the Methodists Into a great Mothoddsm. jt may not) seem digni- union church might ibe taken to in dictate that Mehodism has not been fied to use such wards as "ecoleal-asHcilinfatilon" conqornlng h. move-me- Strictly true to Its mission and tradithat has back of At many, tions. pnoBrinent and sincere "churchmen," Its mission has not been in the buf we mean no disrespect to fchoso direction .of a Perfect occlesiastism, nor model fonms of work and. worship men. "We haiten to say too, that no refer but In and powerful spiritual life. Its groat iwork has been to bring ence Is meant here to "Jlethoodist up Onganjc Union." That is a family lost souls to God. and build affair that will be treated apart from Chriaiian people in the faith of the personal experience. the ; general question of union, from gospel and-dIf it begins ito leave the work of ttave to time, till it la disposed or, We are are writing now of that great saving the neglected classes to the parade of ecclesiastical sentiment SalvniMon Army, and to give its time wMch grows out of the idea of unit-to- g and attention to negotiating .plans for to all Christian denominations into union witth oAher denominations form one gigantic church organization, one visible Church. "purity In politics is an irrides-Senato- x then its mission "to spread scriptural ingalte, of Kansas, origind- - holiness over the lands" will seem to atod a famous eaytliig iby maort.lng have ceased. xt, "purity In poMtica is an rrJdes-oedream." (And he did not then Are You a 'Woman? ? know "wJiat we have rocenly found BalUmore, Md. Jlrs. W. H. Ison, at out about the Illinois legislature nor 1419 Eawti Madison street writes, "For the late okctlon in. Adams county, Ohio.) "We do not allude to the several years, I suffered, off and on, finally dMtior's famous saying Wo endorse from womanly troubles, until I was taken1 down and could do noth'viqwt of politics. ibecMuse Mb the people' ought to purify politics, and ing. The pains I experienced, I shall oaa do Jt but we want to use his 'never 'forget. I lost weight undl I yfufidng phrase by saying that unit- was only skin and bonee. J belt eve my grave if I had not ing all Christian ddaoml nations into I would be in. you like Mrs. Json "Kridesccnti drm2" tried Cardul."" Are oae urch is an weak and discouraged, because of f"hop MeTylere, In Ida Htetory of some painful ailment? Cardul will k-- MjjfhrxWrsm, ishowfl olearly jthat it was Any drug-gt- et it ajfsw life aid not a w organiaa- - help you. Try gladtoday. sell you a to will be 'jtimt. o'rjglnated the fthqdtet; 'ma." 301. lethadAamii wjb sot or- - bottle. mpHmwiU BMsjiod into a church to 'urateh h Dollars and lushels. mmtit wHh a modbl peoleeatecal or. filiation, lit has gnawn Into a Lat year's onopo in the UniteMable and adnirable town of ed States was H round numbers, butfieli. M;wsey oalla CHjwh govwmnrwg, v'ad worhit), but thfot thAt bj k approx-&atly IlAMi aat eWa aMteksto BorlpturaJ of dedkuw the aetaal yfi4i.iocm-- y i&Hot tthr torw tk clrouJtc thrornihoutt Ui United ,or Hiy, It woslior ctaMBs that to' Nw TtaMBit trnd and UtttioB., u, metuw, of aourw,' piiwsipte, recogntilBg that thr to no Wire It BKMscaiV to buy wot .eaaa mhuriM hx'orop ot iBdJba sitel,'ion of ,WonAii a toe "u prweBMM in jtfce kme- - f lrd CASTOR A e&V al at dp ends and let the other fellow do the kicking. Keep your qwu legs .InsIdG the traces and pull true all tho time. s, do Frost, and digging not go together very well; hut as soon as the earth docs softan up, you will have the very best time of all the years to get ready for tho fence. It isn't tncarly such hand work then as it is later when tho eanthds as dry and bard as a hone. To renew worn meadows (without la plowing it, give it a thorough so that tho carpet of sod is heavi-Hess well torn to bits, then ly sow grass seed, and harrow and smooth. This especially true of land that is shallow and stony and hard to plow, Jand that Is full of knolls and hollows. The process levels and Improves such surfaces. Jt pays to go dawn to itho city and trado for the farm products, Hunt up customers for the butter, eggs, apples, potatoes cabbage and all such stuff. Have a regular market day when, you can always be found there. Folks will expect you and de pend on you. They will pay you cash and as good prices as .they would have pay at tho store, because they get better weighted measure and fresh- er produce. buret by the frost: For a water-pip- e Get-a- t or.from.ycur.doc- a drug-stortor, a plaster bandage two inches wide. Hold it in a bowl of water till tho hubbies stop rising, Then at once wrap It around and i around the broken pipe, smoothing with tho hands as you go. Thus you will make a splint similar in Bhape to tho wiped joint which the plumbers make- - It will Hast long and will not leak. We see no logical reason da you? vhy a prosperous framer should put all his money in the bank andlethe repair of form biiildings fences, cKc., Money and time aro be uoglected. well spent in keeping up farm buildings, and fences. It's all night Ko saivo somotrilng, as we go along,, for a rainj day; but there is more pleasure for the whole family in a smaller bank account, and in having things neatly kept to Improve rather than to de teriorate. February Farm? Journal. post-hole'har-rowtop-dreve e, I work; a book, a subscription to a magazine these things aro either inexpensive to buy or aro made by the n!rr,, Tff ivsi . 4 jHCVU Vf W1C ... HVKUOH y AlCtAUC clubmembers at their meeUngs. semi-monthl- Twelve heads are decidedly better than one for planning,' and with twelve busy pairs of hands much is accomplished in a short time when Ecopomy, Thrift and Loving Thought fulness is the motto. - The ' w4w& KM THE Bears the Signature of You Hare Always Bought COMPANY, TT MUnRAV TRCCT. NKW YOUR CITY. In Use For Over 30 Years. Change of Heart. Sevlervllle, Tenn. "1 never did be- in patent medicines," writes Mrs. Martha Hown, of this place, til I took Cardul, and it cured me. For six months, I could nfct do nny- tiling. Now I do all my housework, and" It don't tire me. Doctors) failed, ! my life." The bene-but Cardul saved fit from taking Cardui is not confin-workued'to one part of the body. Cardul Improves the whole womanly system, it helps headache, backache, falling I feelings, and female weakness. Try 30tl it it will help you. Price $1. 'un-bru- sh pa i POSITIONS GUARANTEED you poaltlon lr need real soon. WE will usGUARANTEEWe the a many more enormous demand at once to supply we you get tho roqulred for our graduates. As soon as number of studonts tbls offer will be withdrawn. So once for particulars. write at GEO. TV. MlNOirAI. SCHWARTZ BUSINESS COLLEGE INUUarOBATKD EHTAnUHnKD 1BO S) r.ouTsvirJr.n ky. t edJn tha L.glaiaturo a olll requiring that a brWe3 Jmd brierooms must j Kansas Bill. EWllliams. of Kansas, health certificates totroduc-to For Sale hve c(- before they - Spit, Quit, Fit. Hincs, Ala. In a letter from this place, Mrs. Eula Mao Bradley cays: "I used to spit up all I eat. Iw.is My tired and sleepy all the time. head ached, and 1 could hardly drag around. Slcno taking Cardul, tills has entirely quit, and now I Xeolquite fit. Mrs. Bradley suffered from, avenvous indigestion. Cardul builds ,up the nervous system, and strengthens the womanly constitution. That's why Cardul helped Mrs, Bradley Bud why 30tl It will help you. Try it. tat nt A Girl's Valentine Club. "In a Southern town a dozen young girls have formed 'themselves into Club," says Grace M. Upjohn in Woman's Home Companion year (they for February. "Durlng-ithgive subscription' andama tour theatricals and 'With the proceeds from titrase entertainments they make Saiot vanentine Day a every happy oae for manyy people' There is no JJunversal hurry and. flurry at this o card-parti- es a pass mWfi than ten days before tho appUcaUon, for the li 50 Acres of the finest Rough river cense Is made and if he makes any bottom land located three- miles west false statement he Is to be fined from of Hartford. About 20 acres in culti$200 to ?500 or be sent to jail for vation. Good dwelling and out buildninety days. Any official who isings. A bargain for $1,250. sues the license and any clergyman or official who marries a couple with' covh IGHV Wo have 460 acres of fine bottom out having a certlficato may, under the land from one and a half to two bill, be lined from $100 to $300. with (miles of Hartford, part of it and be sent to jail for from thirty an timber. Also about 75 acres of updays to six months. helps hurts, but It won't cure aching tooth, wonn't wake a marred land belonging to the same tract. one look like its old self. Takes a Terms easj. Fie Auction for Preacher. ... experienced dentist to do i 6ldllful, preach or A jCloverport Kentucky you I 180 Acres of land two miles south all the sympathy Get preached the gospel twelve nights in that relief and good of Itoslne on a free delivery route, out a church near town and only got $7.23 can, but for real appointment of Beaver Dam. 30 acres bottom land dental work make an Tho members gave a pie supper to practical way of get- about 20 acres timber land and tho raise the money for the parson. The with us for the Five 6hape. Dost rest of it fairly good upland. pies were auctioned and ono brought ting your teeth in fino two bridge work in this town room frame, two story houso, crown and ra dollar and a quarter.- - So tho or any town. Teeth extracted with- barns and good tenant house. Splenkept the dollar and gaive fthe did orchard, novcr falling well in yar Teleparson tho quarter, for he said a pie out pain. All work guaranteed. spring in easy reach! and horse phone 218. wasn't worth more tham 25 cewts. of the house. In good repair. Must The preacher said it has almost DR. H. J. BELL, bo sold and will be sold at a bargaiu. come to pass that deliverers of the DENTIST, gospel Avlll starve to death if thepe-o-plstory frame Office in Republican Bldg. Hartford, Ky. A new one and one-ha- lt don't pay their ministers better. building with five rooms and large Women pay more for their harts in recptleon ball, built out of tho best ono Reason than they do for their selected material. Situated on Clay preacher the whole year. and Fredrlca streets, Hartford, Ky. .i Lot 60x205 feet. Fino well of soft Thirty Years Together. water. All necessary out buildings. flirty years of association think - -Terms reasonable. Apply to PROCURED AND DEFENDED. ""71 of it. How the merit of a good BAHNETT & FOSTER, I rU adWa, bow to obula patuita. mule mark I I thing stands out in th'at tdmo or the mnYrltfhU. eta.. IM All rnilNTnlES. Hartford, Ky. wi JJusiiutt dirrtt nit watkuigie worthilessness of a bad one. So there' J monryamtejun intpauni. no guesswork in this nrvldcowse of Thos Patent and Inltlngemtnt rractice uouuveij-IVritA nr MtnA toiuftt AtIss, Concord, Mich., who writes: "1 m jiuui itrMt, n. viud suut ntm oac,l WASHINQTOIi. U. C. haveused Dr. King's Now Discovery for 30 years, and its the best cough I That's llio nay to describe tho wideand cold cure 1 ever used." Once It spread demand for finds entrance in a home you can't Walter Wellman's pry it out Many families (have used I Great Booh it forty years. It's the most infallible throat and lung medicine on earth r, Uneoualed for Jagrlppe, asthma, One crltlq calls It a ''fascinating reccroup, quinsy Dr fore lungs. MJCKKPS BULBS SUCCEEM ' ord of scientific adventure"; another r SPECIAL OFFER: Price 50c. $1.00 Trial bottle fee compares It to "a uwlft salllnt; ship, wit ' Mada ta baUd Maw Bulaaaa. A ' m Science at the helm, and Adenture In Guaranteed by all druggists. trial will m&ka you a BecmAnent cua-- 1 ' ' iomer. Bttkfactloniruara&teedoryour the foretop"; still another says that ' fioonemunded. ' "It bristles with udventure.tind Is brimMvrrUlu mirewwau UWfcIMl. n,. .'",wl l.H.I..NCMMMhnla. ful of education In aviation." Anyhow, UrMUU, VMt.tU It Is a great seHer, as eaih day's orders ''Posmus- - a marriag() license.. The must bllrtmovidesthat physicians- Real Estate! SYMPATHY if ff - I auc-ionee- lot-an- d e I "il . Going Like Wildfire J hay-feve- BULBS' THE AERIAL AGE ' )....!. aJflW.07, AV jf(arr set ) WLENTFUUs- - . Tuba.u4 show. v f" nJibr ae J&?f4t&t0 Ore&sctuJArJJ jgArzcnrtutsA)o fus. 2'j 2?4ai 7Z (hcap ssr ss9S itoVtHH k, . $&&' Imifl'tAt 9re AiMtfiMlB itoltfkT Bioav ., f atft (w"wlaaar tu ulltMitMOtk. t JSmw&Vjg GftGn,iym 8ta Vfrukvtfy, KTXB T I'JLKANK mtutiem IB i7D 2B CB1NYM I (i fNUi m4 (Mkltf wi Miln I4I ftliiiU mBmUm I af JhUM 1'M HS MWWUM MHmUlt, lWld BM4, llil U rIM IMM, IWUMMNIWilHU fbtlM r bmw. jnuM m ruw , ruMtftl WImn I IB gMltWrUni waiiam Mini)! nn faawi " wan im iMttfHw iMiwiOMUtimifiiif rt kH. Wr1 IHikkll (rT0W), ILL. k rpt. BIT J mmm . AGENTS WANTED y your application for territory, with 33' cents for S page agent's prospectus and successful selling canvass. Deduct the 35 cents trow your rirnt remittance for S or Send piore bo9ks. Address, jOhuraa of ' J Z ' M?CrMIW0i fy 4t 'f ffVltAl3PM A. R. KELLER & CO.. 2714 Broadway - llarbrtdga UulMIng . and 34th .St., 'KKWA-yOUK4 7WMM9mg WAYSIK GLEAM BT JUNIOR., . HALF T,HB GIRLS A? WilLLBSV LEY, the Maaeachueolte 4fHf,, have entered cHmsb to learn wiriiiioitHol-lls- g they ware tmeod m imvi masebw4f'7Wliloh Is tered In grammar aomothlng of a reflotpiiii oMier the schools or tka .' Herald. WmBfkm V ,i c mm POWDER Absolutely Pure Tha aaty baking wafer maaa with Royal Grama j OUR GOOD FRIEND, JMRRY is euffcrlng a gwtiantf break- TIL-FOR- D down in health and lias bean oompell-o- d to drop his work. iKl'taa boon r conductor on Uie Branch since It was built andnoempleye en the Henderson Route lias bean iroro faltdi ful itlian Sir. Tllford. Btvabkunnldge Nq-s- . Wo are torry ito ar of Capt. THford's ml&fortune, and ha has our regrets. mv-r- Craam at Tartar SUSS A LOUISE BABBAOE has sent H Alum, No Unit Phosphaft f Junior one of her little t brochures, "Joys of the Prtss." Wo prize highly, ncd Sliss Babbago' will pleas? accept our thanks. u JUNIOR WAS PLEASED TO SIEET Jatt W. Hines, of Slorgantown, editor of tho Groen River Republican, nt ltry CIRCUIT COURT SESSION (Continued From First Pago--) purchased S3ems more than lie can bear, bu wo Dam, Slonday. He recently would say to him to look to Jesus The Rcipubllcan at Slorgantown, and for strength in this the groat trial In the' near future will odd houio ne of his life for Ho nlono can comfort machinery, and also moire Into more Llv3 closer to God. The day before ho died he rallied and talked to his family and friends and told them that ha was not afraid to die. Oh what a sweet consolation this Is to the bereaved ones to know that Mantln was not afraid to fao hlsSavlcur. My heart goes out to this affUc'ed family and inor-- 3 especially, to itho hoar: broken mother. From bitter experience I know just what she Is suffering. There Is nothing en earth that can compare with this mothers grid for that prjclcus thlld, h'r baby hoy.-Tlor age will oicnvr ihioal'the wound. Martin was JUst in the bloom of youthful manhood was just 20 years old on Jan. 30th. He was certainly the pride and ,Tet of his family. He will bo sadly .mlsstd bj the entire commulnty. Every one lovod him, Old gra) -- headed men itrlmblsd from grief wlun the sad njwa aann whispered softly "Martin is dad.' Th9 joung men bowed their heads an wipt aloud. This sad occurrence! should be a lesson to all and more specially to Martin's companions to sLtm the trains and run no Tlsk; to bo prepared "when tho summons' com 3 Tor God may not In every case give co time to say "All is well" and the shock seamed more-tha- n they, could stand. His brother John Is complcftaly prostrated. His grief the Smatorlal Convention at Beaver Ing commodious quarters. ti CENTliRTOWrl. font haa gotten boar mmn and it might be well for unto 4mii with feW 7. Rr R. D. BiMt dme ui mm eye opa, ad' sw ytmilHwUr or ! wrm 0Ua etewe bf, M m t g4ylttiM ifjM iraretrewtaMK lax ami feiuiUay iM. or a wkrm reefKlo win he oomefl. Mr. H. R. Lee vWted Mr, J. V. Cw Tltat ) ptnfeaMr the bw. nmvedy. at WMb. RurtHm Sunday. a Ona Whisk Mies Luta Ifcnil "A FJSLL1R HAVrIT IN TO oheo1 WW TILK NKWS to ak K ithr Mn'tcnie- - er, of Heirtford Davig, tWng that wooW be good for dtecjH-p- r night wltf Mies if Calerte417CTter te vteltto Mr. ifteata. We bnow a ramedy. It irfre, Wm. Stewart thl ,week. 1m 'ben tried ofton la Is ATk. Mrs. Pottla Lee of Drig a durned oae of them oate an' not vteHIng tm 8W II. R- - Lee of thto evor come back. Just da4ce the ftKWct-o- d oat, hold genftly wWi (the left hand, plaee. Of Afro fUn. tflntintn nrwl Won and with tho night tak'o a f h m jgrlp Saturdaty and Suu- -' on Uie eat. At a glvn slgwal from Gontral City spent your coneaienee, let the ax f41, cut day hor mo'her Sira. B. Rows, Dr. S. W. Crowe of B.echafovshs ttki' off Ahe cad's tail just behind hor airs Wo novcr Itirpwod tlite rem- located here and vhaB Wkcn roiue J at Mr. Foster SIcKlnney. edy to fall." 4 E, II. Jamea Is In Butler county, AT A GATHERING on S'.cd's creek this wek one business. Warden CoUire woe konck-au- l on the E. H. Godall was in EvanevIMe, lad., head with a pair of otccl knucks and last week on business. was badly wounded. Ell Gibson was C. K. Renecr and wilfe of No'son hit on the head with a reck and earned Station are hero visiting their daugh ery near bolng killed. Ell Micks was ter sire. Rob-ar-t Durham, nearly beaten to death. Tho sciwppbrs S. SI. Jamea has movod to tho then went to B. Oaborn's and ran his Curg Igijhcart tana In West Point wife and children off and shot up the neighborhood. place. HIndman Ky Sir. U. S. Whalan Is slowly, recov'-orln- g from Rheumatic trouble. "DRESS UP" IS A SIOTfTO for a U. S. Faught mado a buslntiBS irlp gloomy day. If you get in the dumps but on, your Sunday Clotfaes. Bjforo to Gneenvllle this week. Sirs. Lee Slason and FranJv4o Row-you lmcjw it some one will ba saying, 111- you look and a compliment are recovering (rata thota rBenit how nice nss. will holp-drlv- o tho gloom away erory Sunday Schools are progressing nice time. A Louisa Babbage. ly and a protracted meeting 13 now In order. IWl-fr-Sarii- H i Nows-Rccord. J lhl-ho mm Jnspfcwl by the--W to dier tera-ebe hm Mtt .mW4 wMe Wt nmM whK ftanda. Not aWM tkeV tmtkt e'er they will lo fotbw our elefcefc Ay er (mooeM bwbliw jeeire Owl's rteheet bleMlng. t a cwpytof the&e e- 'jMteeehred, elii.lom .be epread upan the mlBttkw of ow Qbaeter, one pneMeateD to her faraHy and one sent to each County m M PPr. , i i BVA ROBKRTiiONt ANNA J, GIBB,, AONW8 NICKSL." . ' fc , , Commlttiee. Ad-Tal- k. What would you fcbkk o a saloa-ma- n who reported for duty ono day, lay off for two.'' Worked a half day, wiont ofi tor a week and so on without any rogularitj'T Surelj' you wtiuld not xpect good sowice from such a man. And yet some merchanla hold advertising, whioh is simply a"iales-man- ," up to great aus whm it J allow'jd to ''work" very iirragularly The faoLithat advertising costs imoa- ey le proof of its value. Tnwiga without cost aro usually worth only their price. Chliaren qry ' 41 C ASTOR A I FOR FLETCHER'S THE &ANZ FLORAL COjpf were: Coiu'th. vs. Pleasant Walker, Cleve (or Clint) Smith and Bud rToy-lo- r. .Those contlnuod ror iprooess; Com'th. t al. Dnnest James et al., Paul Cooper, Clarence Howe, Luther Bruce, Warren Kelly, Carl (alias Orowder) Fox, Anderson Young (2 cases), Lusty Rogers, (2 cases) and Herman Hatcher. Com'th. vs. Gilbert Tatum, et al., plea of guilty, law and facts to court, and flnod ?20 and cost dnone case and the other dismissed on motion of Commonwealth Attorney. Th Com'th docket s&for sicccd day Tuesday as dlsppfcd of as follows: Com'th. vs.1 ChosUr Fentress continued. i Com'th. vs. Walter Sullanger, filed away with leave to reinstate, Com'th. vs. Joe Snldor, plea of guilty, lauw and facts to court and fined $20 and casts. Com'th. vs. itime defendant und0r another lndlctmont, lilea of guilty entered, law and facts to court, nind tinod $25 and ten days in Jail, jail tai Grover Morris, S2ivtenco su3pondod. Com'th. vs. Joo Snider, treated Junior, elegantly the Btetor Rockport Chapter No. 103 O. E. Si cither day whan 3 waa lntthatclty. Mrs. Lcnnio Dannlel of Olaton. In Slemqry of Sister Anna Russell We shall not forget the fayfor.'' Sirs. Oscar Daniel ard Sites Bes- Layton. sie K. Acton visited Sirs. Oharlea On January 4th 1911 the death anWE APPRECIATE THE SIJPPORT Qulsonbcrry of Ceday Grore Fnlday. gel again summoned ona (Sis'ter An- of our corresVonden's, and'are alSlr. J. D. Slyors and daughter Miss na Layton) from our chapter to the ways glad to get tihelr wceklyCl'foters. Bgbtlo and Sirs. Farris Jamison visit- - Grand Chapter on high adding anohter Sometlm'es tholr communications ared Mrs. J. R. WHscm Sunday. ' link tn tha eoldn chain now rive a little tardy, but they are Mr. and Sirs. Oscar Daniel visited fanning acpund the Star of Bathlohum ?sQ published. Sir. and Sirs. Lonnle Daniel, Olaton,, ldnd 'dispcsHton and fine RECENTLY ONE OF OUR, COR night and Sunday. They acter now forher affection and nd- RESPONDENTS stopped us, as we wjre accompanied home by SIIss B3'- - miration. passed him and another gentleman slo Daniel who fetiurned Monday. j Whereas our chapter has tart, an. on tfce rend, and handed us the sub Sir. and Sirs. Hocbont Wilson, Ola- - excellent member, hor 6iurch one of scription of the gentkman he Hvas rid- ton visited Sir. Wilson's parents Sun- - j be3t nnd moat faithfur members, ing wii'jh. That oorreafond-entjone day. her homo a devoted .wife and daugh- of our many loyal supportersVand his Peeling Cornstalks B;ma to be tho tar and a perfect mother and ihor commurilaVJocs are gladly received general occupation now. Several rwag-- inlands a dear assoolaito. by the editors, and the readers of on loads have boon haulod from th!3 Resolved, That our heartfelt syva- The Republican. neighborhood during iha past fe' pathlos be extended to the bereavad family and ono scut to each county THE CHICKEN THIEF in Hart- - weeks. ys FA1RVIBW. Little Miss Nettle Feb. sjietit last week with hor 7, Notice in Bankruptcy. In the district court of tho United States tor the western district of Ken tucky OwicmsbOro division. In th0 matter of James A. WeaV- fleid, Bankrupt. To the Creditors of James A. cl Slogan, in the County of Ohio, and District aforesaid, bank"I, rupt. Notice Is hereby given that on tho 24th day of January, A. D. 1911 tho said Jame3 A. Wastcrfield, was duly adjudged bankrupt and that ittoe first meeting cl creditors will be ha!d at tho law office of Dean & Dean, in Owonsboro, Kentucky, on the 16th day of February, A. D. 1911, at ten, a. m. at which .time the said creditors may attend, prove their claims, appoint a trustee, examine the Bankrupt, and transact such business a may proper ly come before said moating. Owonsboro, Ky., February Cth, 1911. J. A. DEAN. Reforee In Bankruptcy. Ww-tonfiiie- SalU-m- an Resolutions of Respect. jr I char-Saturd- ay iy ar.otb.or va cant' chair. His place can never ba filled. Com'th. vs. John Jones, (3 casos.) No watchful eye or tender care, Will bnlrig back the .heart already stricken off, defendant 'b3!ng dead. chilled. Com'th. vs. Buck Wilson, law and facts to court and final $3 and oajts. Gcd gave, he took and wiil restore, Com'th. vs. Bagwoll Lawrence, (3 In the final day to come, oases,) fined $20 and costs In one WeeP not loved ones, he's gone before. and plea n bar and statement as to Waiting to welcome you ,to a celesothor tw o and etrjeken off. tial home. Tnosd contlnuod for process: A FRIEND. Com'th. vs. Gilbert Wright, Jasw , Caseblor, Artliur Watford, .MattloBC-s-wellSALEM. Horman Decker. Fob. C Burns or Uwls-vill- o Com'th. to. Ernest Whlto (2 Is visirung Mr. and Mis. L. H. tascs) bond forfeited. Brown. (2 Com'th. vs. Peyton SuKeiige-Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Wilson and cases), continued. JBcn Pascal lslted h9r nanents Mr. iCom'th. vs. Herman Young, 'on-- ; and Mrs. J. W. York near Hartford tinned. Saturday night and Sunday. Com'th. vs. Will McKey, verdict Mr. j, b. Goodwlu was a pleawant of Jury, guilty .punlahroont 2 to 7 cajler at MPs. Nat White's a fw jears in the punltoiifcary. dajs ago. Com'th. vs. Jou. Wtlbon, vcrdlat of Mr. Jim Pierce has about coinplui-e- d jury npt guilty. his nav aiaotdenoe. R. B. Martin, Admr. vs. L. and N. Mr. R. H. Basham attdnded court It. R., judijm mt u.or plalntitr, $2o00. Monday. R. S. Taylor vs. James I Taylor, Mr. J. w. Camp and family were the judgment for .plaintiff for $25. guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Camp All of the damage cases against the Sunday. SI. H. and E. R. R. growing out of Mr. Ira Wilson is on tho Blck Hat alleged idaniago to lacd ly overflow this ,wejk. of 'Mater uusid by building of the Sir. and Sirs. Edd Jamison and joad through Alio Dundou countnyaro llttlj daughter Slablo who los'bsen' et fomvard to n xt Tuesday and AVed visiting his parents Sir. and Sirs. J. aosday. II. Jamison for the past woek rvsturn-o- d The gratul Jury taw t far r0'urn-e- d to their home nuar Llvermciyj last s: ten Indlctunnts. Cla&Blflud as Tuesday. Mrs. Nancy Ba3ham were ltb(j guest S'HIng liquor wlfjiout llcenBe, four; of sir, and Sirs. J. G.WUson Sunday selllgn liquor to a minor, on; gamb- night. ling. n,e; Ijtlt larceny ona; dodilulng Sir. Estill Raby who has baaito woman, one; malicious wounding, Ioulsvllle to talie- - treatment two. The grand Jury Ja still In ro'jurnod iiwna last Friday session and It Is understood that nuucli ifmproVdd- many mone Indictments will bo return Mra. L. H. Brown arid Sirs. Sudle ed before adjournment. Bunw of Loutevt3 visit-afriends in Roalnio last Tliumdiy. of Henry Martin Woodburn, Sir. C. S. Sloxtey of Shrwe was In On Sunday morning Fcb. Cth, at this neighborhood Jat,t week. 4:30 the death angel vUttul the JNotice. homo of Sir. Hoary Woodbunn, Uie t weli known Jlvotiymani of this placa That Resolution of Rwnoct are and claimed his youngest child Ilua- - publlahed in .The Republican at the rj Slartln Woodburn, while atonpt- - rate of two cent per line, six words to eroas the railroad In front of averaging a line. Please do not vend No 31 laet Thursday night hciHtuin- - obltuarlea to The Republtcau twltliout Wwd and" roll, tiie train ran oyer him exieothi to iay for publication of wM off both Ayt and toEt'ihBBd (tile kind of matter. In all cases aad hmled his head. He new ekri cash niuwt accomitany ohttuarlee un-lepu 'have an atoouut with this led fcetyw offteo ol" Dr. Dft.wliere tkgr M4tal iald was saaimoacd and office. All matters for Chunhiee, etc. ereDtkiaW doae for kn? poor sufforr where money leto be derived, ovra-e- d He" wi net1 tMkeQ by .same'rcoadltlotu as s. that eauMbe de a. tew to lita lawiW.tlM Friday j and dismissed. ali In bar There's YYYHYHYHYHYYHHYHYHHH Here's a Piece of Good News 2 ft 2 ft FOR EVERYBODY WHO HAS A INCLINATION Y MONEY-SAVIN- G t 2 ' , "-?& iMr3.-Sud- 3 r ft Y ft Y ft Y ft It ft It ft our Regular An Profit-Shari- ng Sale is Now On! profit-sharin- g event which a 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 fall and winter stock away below the line. We have bought every big bargain we could find in 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 use. ' Are you going to do it? At this time of year, when your time is least valuable, are you go. ing to fail to.niake a few dollars by not attending this sale? It wiirdo'you good if you don't buy anlollar's Worth.', The Rustle and (bustle will 'put new. life in you and you will leave here with a determination to have some money to Bpend the next tiipe that Barnes' Store has a sale. ft The benefit is not all vourS. While vou make the monev. we make a lit of ?onrl friends. Fvery sale makes us some new customers, and we want you and eveVytody elsgf to come to this sale, I' -- 1 i Bargains in Every Line. 6een our big ad., drop us a card and we will mail you one. come to the store and the merchandise will speak for itself. - d Dth If you haven't Better still f ' IV I Jg ta E. ' Obit-urarle- P. BARNES 6k BROS., Braver Dam, KetitMQky. k ; i 44ft44ft4ft4 444ft4ft4ftmi44; 1 s trtM - wt. TjnnMaimiiwuwinn . rurotrrwiwwuwaxiitwwMWlMWWM1 Jrrja,) i.tJ0t