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AN APPEAL HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1911. for a member of our taiw maktag bodies who will not oast his vote, for an honest and fair rdlatrlotlDgiraoaure. A man who will dlsneganl bis oath in Dr. Harvey W. i one measure can. tut bo meilifad .upon In another. (The people of bit par-tla- s should see to It that such 'men are 'elected to represent ua.as will: Gerry-raand- er Present Democratic lift this 'moat damejing ahamie-'Wi- lj' dAaaxaoo from our great Btttto and Laid Bare. ehow to the world thai., two are a people who stand for honesty Integrity and the uplifting of our Institutions Stroig Argument in Favor of An and not so partisan tbi&t we are wil 'Hoaest Redistricting Measure ling to (do anything that will keP our party In power. S. S. WILSON. by Coming Legislature. FQRJPAIRNESS Medal and Will (Jeta Wif&Soon Wily betS Gold fafHKUft Afc " j && 44(T A. WtitEBniaa itLJF 1B3M.W aBBBVaaaV Look Out for Peddlers. 15. WU. Fpoakfont, Ky.,-Feb- ., Editor Republicans At the conning Rlcctloai an to ba elected " nobuiidred State. Jepresenito.Lve$ and ' State Bou-- r ja. jjart of the Thlrty-lgh- t fofoPB, into whose hands will be power and duty to redlstrlct and the Stata both as to National fStabe Representative districts as iwell .yis State Senatorial districts. glv-enti- he naiHKl - S HSX H The Muhlenberg Argus, published , at Central City says: Look out for peddlers thesadays; especially those dirty Aplastics who have come In from Christian"' and Hopkins counties, where th3 State Board is attempting to prevent the i spread of smallpox. Keep ithese pedThere are dlers off your premises. already several cases of smallpox in f .J Our.pr.uent aportlonmeatlsaBhame A and a dlssrrace to any civilized coun snrcad of t.ha diabase is to iba dr.jad- try. Kentucky now has a population od. Beware of strangers, but especiof 2,289,905. Tthus it will be sen ally dirty peddlers who have been In that an honest division of state Christian and Hopkins counties districts will give one representative tQ.'each. 22,899 inhabitants; BRIDGE onu state senator to each 60,260 lnhabl taints and one representative in the National Congress to ach 208,173 inFOR SALT RIVER habitants. Look Ion one moment if .you dare at the figures as the districts niqw stand! They are enough Structure of - to make every Kentucklan blush with Will be Immense to brand as unholy aud .shame, and And Ce- - ' Steel uruworthy- - servants every member of "th9 General Assembly .who cast their ment; vote to either bring upon the State or to perpeUjate such on .unfair, unCopyright. 1110, by American Press Association. division bs we Elizabeth town, KyIjVgb.-- . just and " - ejhjlroaklng day in Dr. Harvey W. Wiley, the government's pure food expert, recently spoke now havie. nhid es- before the Franklin Institute of Philadelphia on the "Application of Chemistry Hdn.-coUi1itHancock County with her 8,512 in- th9 history S habitants has one State Representa- pecially of the hus'illng little tawin. of to Public Welfare." He explained the great good that the bureau of chemistry, of which he Is chief, has done and predicted that the, same principles would tive., while the coumtIia3 of Boll, Har- West Point when Jt waaannoiincad Boon be extended so that all sorts ofjmslness fraud would bo prohibited. He com- that the last obstacle In feho way of lan, Leslie and perry with their correctly argues that the man wuo bujs silk wants to get sill; and that when bined 'population, of 67,244 have but buJfeVlhig at onco the propo&d abridge be asks for nure wool lie saould eet pure woolMiutlt he believes that it is the' over Silt river at West Point had bee government's duty to see that he is not swindled Dr. Wiley was signally on representative., line cwuaiy ui Warren with Its 30,579 inhabitants has removed and that conistructlon (wutd honored by (he Franklin Institute, ,whlch presented 'to him the Elliott Cresson meaal, the highest tribute within the gut or the institute. Dr. Wiley's engagetwo roprsanitabives while the coun - begin In the near future. ty of Whitley with Its 31,982 popula- - The obstacle was the fofiQ of Max ment to Miss Anna C. Kelton of Washington bns recently been announced, n ivnrosnntatilva ana.iAsri. a uouisviue grocer unuiuuiu' lu so it will be seen that honors are coming the pure food expert's way. Dr. Wiley ivn i w,. recently asked how to tell a ,bad egg. "If I had anything to tell a bad rtomhlnpd with the county of Knox sell at what the county officials and ras u egg," ho replied, "I would break It gently." This shows that Dr. Wiley has a reawhich has a population of 22,118 to bpldge com nils doners deemed a 'sense of humor. He added seriously that there was no test for a fresh egg make on representative district The sonable price a tract of lantt in Har- except the sense of smell or of taste, and this can't be exercised until the shell State Senatorial diatdttoat are fully as din county, lying at a point wher0 of the egg U Rhattennl. unjust, as aro also our Oon&nesalonal the approach of the njw brldgo would districts. The Hth State Ssnatorlal be built. agreed upon -DAWSON SPRINGS district composed of the oountlo. of Mr. Cerf yasterday ACCEPTS CALL TO Sponoer with a torms with the commlaaloners and Nelson, Shelby and population of 42,438 has tlhe same pow- the matter was settled. COMING TO FRONT ths FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH The tkiw bridge will aasit in er in. the State Senate as doo3the Senatorial district composed of neighborhood of $60,000 and will be 17th (the Illithe counties of Laurel, Pulaski, Whit- erected at a epat ibatween BeU, Jackson and Rock- nois Central and Henderson Route ley, Knox, New Company Organized and will be Dr. Jenkins Will Take' Charge castle with a population pf 163,610. bridges over tha Salt river. It of The Eighth GongTossloniU district about six fejt higher than clthsr $250,000 Hotel Will be at Owensboro 'In has but 148,909 inhabitants, while thoaa and will be built of steel 308,-34- 8. and cement. Erected. the "Eleventh has a .population of March. The .plans provide for a walk for Tihus it ts seen that the Demowagon cratic party .which has been in- con- foot ' passengers, besides toie General Assembly has at way. It is also expected that In the trol of the A daal that moans imuoh to. West Qwonsboro Ky.vFeb. 13 The R3V. -Com- es since the Adaption of this future ttf 3 Louisville Railway xtend- - Millard A. Jenkins of Athens, GA., Kentuclfj- bas jui ibeon closed by lnfamMs dlatrJctdnsr measure' had it paicy .whose thicks are already who "was called by the congregation which the,' Arcadia Hotel property at Inthelr power to correctithis awiul evll'ed to Orell, tnay tend their linos of the First Baptist church to uccopt Dawsoa' Springs, Kentucky, posies but save at on Ume Iwhien. they pass- - across itho briuge ana pussiDiy iinruug the'fr&stonaite of that church has (wir by lease-wl- th the option, to purchase Uhe red a measure that .was even more glar- - EUza:bethtowni to Hadgenvllle and ed his acceptance and states that be to a company that proposes to delaglni Its Infamy than Uils one .vkThlch Lincoln Farm. will assume charge of &h church velop the' property, and If that be amaaure the courts of thto State de-- Whan tha structure la completed, on ithe first Sunday In March. Mr. finally datonmlued uponj $250,000 Hqw can any the dream of yeans of West Point George --clarod uncoastituUoaiall. H. Cox recelvtHd a tedegram will be expended lUMTiwreotlon pf party go before ithe people with Buch and Hardin county citizens iwltl be from Dr. Jenkins on Saturday, a aiodiHn hotel an the beautiful hill of raized, it Is impossiblo to estimate a record? The present Oovennoor Rev. Jenkins has for a .numtoer of in the park just back of tha present hundreds the State has done his whole duty in the many mass meatlngB .the years been pastor of the IeadtnBJp-Us- t hotel, ' this matter. He has urged and plead- of conferonces, each neBultlrg irom church of Athens and te'wyll thirty years the Arcadia proped for a"dtetrictlag mijasufne itihat the nany peculiar ,burnaaf,falraiibave known in a .number of Southern I For which erty, Includes an ulght acre party takn, have rtisulted Drom the idea of would' reflect credit upon the cwAea, where, he has, on, different oc p npesated , has 'boen- owRedf-anhaving a bridge aver, the famous strean upon the who enacted Jit and -. thereby connecting liar oaaioua filled nulnlta In itha churches lfttitha . Halmans at a handsome 'but all his entnaatlealwent at West point He Is scholarly and refined gontle-,-! pto&d year during that Period dla and Jefferson counties. by unheeded. man and the First Baptist church adjbey,'rhave steadfastly refused all euggas-teWhen the iroJeQt was first Damocartlc fpleWds often proaoh Our to previous 'offers fox the property uncongregation will be delighted there were many iwho had but lit- know the doobrine of ."Equal rightts to all that be has accepted the call. til now they are practically offered materialize and special privilege Ito nowe." Have tle Idea that Is would ever The vacancy at the church occurred a fortune for it. they believe but with notable fixedness of purpose they kopt the talthl Do because of the resignation of 4ihe of For over a quarter of a Cenitury la the doctrine of "Local measure the promoters, In ithe face Rev, L. B. Warren, who had fcegjlve difficulties fought Dawson 'Springs has been 'the princi- heavy Hve .iey in this princi up .theupon work that foil for th9 Improvement and are Just pal sumemr and healthresort for a hoaorad and cherished those oeodl-tlotore- of their la- hbu because of the iwretahd great auarter of people to Ksee tha fruita i Weat ples ovwhtab our Ravofertloaary of his eyes. He accepted Mka'a-B.pp- j. tCentucky, West Tennaasea, hed Uhelr btooa twaea nuey as bors. fati to Richmond, Va., where he la now The, beat single victory won ia the ArlMnsaa and Southeast Miswlthou trpre caned tkot pastor of one of to 3 most ta&blon-abt- e al Have entire fight was when Judge Shackel-fOB- d souri. Its wateru have almost a TtYIlANNYT". k churches of that city. Miliar presiding over the JM? tawtwjaaktiiaad'ani; re!ikgUpa for'banetltfelDig those tliw aa Javqr. suffng-';.wu- i stomach troubles and lor the ctl which nwyok son Circuit Count, decided Murder Case 01 Pocket. .rbfumathsfij, and the Bprlngs that were Itiduoted IntootMce? of Hardla county and against Jeerwlwa thy v he seav te. Its reputation iBoh em wJtfe uWU4 Bftu4,8Wora,and whloh thea&datau8 proedtase'inj " HardlnabHrr 'lTv.. Wah" H.iLTh flnat garatha th9 tonmer forced the Uttr to feMura of the regular tmu of the 'are tacftfctfon tha Ansadla proporty, vwauU wikpoH 'the CoaeUtutLon. sireutt count iwhich For yoaN,the aocommodatlona thi-- i tha atata. Tha Copatitu- - pay hw prorata as fixed by thy num- Bnokenrldge he my tha ber t' tithes to the county towwda eoavenes here Monday, win be th have not beea equal to the demand, tw Uaa asfl torn of iwarly equal the eeat of, conerietlag the bridge. trial of Alonxo DoweH, on Hfe eharge nor of a character to attract thu the dtotrlots shall he s powible- - W feeMieve Under the arrangement Hardla M41.1 of the mundjr of hte class, but with th Doc J la popHtation aad Jeff ensoa eauaty Adauw, at Invlagton, Ky.t tet Fru-wy- . contpanj haw in cbjuve, (t is luitond-e- d are honaet ma In M poUti pay that 3hat the nnalade. The kUJtag to saW J bave tn?n 40 meet every deumad of itho imb-li- e cal rifrln wmI k. U to th t . . eau9d over a. dimnrHaoBt. aa a heakh roeomt. ate lll!ol3 over thle djouind't tj addtttMid wHh tae Notice. rented land. DowlLwjq plead Ceaidral jfread eompaay basdled hope ttat tUs greWt ewtl and aUjfma Uottok wa 66,000 Itmve 56W0 Um. of goad May fer Xtemy upoa 1l aad oat of Daw- -' S4ae.ijy H wp SaW. ' fererly a youag wan of son Sprtagii la oue year, awl bfceV.011- . k mtMms mi to No 31k R. B. MAimN, Ifauma euty. MBipiateA Miproveiuesttii ,wwi v'yl I $60,000 wan . all-tim- -- kh - d d, tk selfigfov-araMnea- t,, ni satUa "ttoii na-ttoa- ral rort t'ot son-dn-ta- money-meatlln- W oae-ekviaji- th or f81, ee a. ., ifiu materially increase the mumbttr of visitors. , CANNING FACTORY The representatives from Franie of it French syndicated are now In Hopkins county, la "which, FOR HARTFORD! DawBon Spninks is located, and hive bought and now paying over to the land owners $600,000 for the aninara.1 rights on 40,000 acres of coal lands If we Will Get Busy beginning at the city limits of DW- Once. son Springs and extending over toMadlsonyllUi wards Providence and open coal and ithe syndicate will Farmers Club Met Saturday and mines this, summer within two raillas Springs. According to of Dawson T00k Question Up Hartford the statistics, Hopkln3 county, Kentucky, ranks as the largest sett coal People Should Act. producing county in the world. The survey has Just been com The Ohio County Farmer' Club met pleted for a railroad from near Hop house Saturday and the klnsville Kentucky thirouogh Dawson at attendance at this mating was batter Springs aiid on than ever before, and much enthusiasm was manifested, m the absence Leneve Girl to Marry. London, Feb. 11 Thj Evening of th-- j President, Mr. D. Ford was Times says Ethel Ijn-jv- e who was choan as president pro tern. Quite a number of the speakers on ithepro-grafreed in the Cnippsn caso, sailed were absent. on the Royal Edward for CanOne interest (topic .wa3, ada with tho Object of gutting mur-rk"Some of Ohio County's Most Valuable Resour She joined a party of 200 proact- ces and Hqw to Develop Them, by ive brides. It la s'At-j- that ija . 'j Edgar Boehm.- - He handled his subengagc4 to a wealthy Canadian. Sho ject la an Interesting manner, and he sold mo3t,pf her property before liv told how we could secure a canning factory In Hartford with very little lug. t, trouble If we would act quickly. He stated that the canning factory In FORDSVILLE BANKING CO. Owensboro consumed nearly 1000 acres of products every year, and that in CLOSES ITS DOORS Hartford we have sites tor location of a canning factory far superior to Owensboro some product where are haulei over twelve miles, and he And Deed of Assignment Was stated the same Investment in Hart ford will double the output of that Filed Thursday Dr. McCar- at Owensboro, and the 'river facilities ,ty Named as Assignee.. here would be of much asslatanp. MX. Bodim .stated ih.it ha Wa .iu- lHpri;sed t announce that a The Fordsville Banking Company b would erect a canning factory in. Hant ' feotlon of its stockholdere, at a met ford If he could secure as many aa ing held lata Thursday evening, filed 20 acres of tomatoes 'pledged, and Se a deed of assignment and arranged cure a site at a nsisonable price." All W the Institution to go Into liquida- that ho isk n.tn honun la tiTi.il- - .thi tion. Dr. J. W. McCarty, of Owens- - ailroad switch be furnished htm to boiX Is mada the assignee. (We ary his .factory. Mr. Boehm said that af not adVlsid aa to the nroibalbleamamt ter a short time when the factory ... ... .rv. . ... . . . wnicn th3 banx will 03 able to 'pay got in fuU operation that employment to Its and other creditors would .be given to nearly 300 people-Mr- . conHowever, we understand ther-j'i- s Rowan Holbrook was called siderable had paper on hand .which upon to state his views, and he rehas been carried a long time- Mr. plied that he had a fnKjnd In CinJohn T. Smith, Jr., is prtisldjnt. of cinnati who was In the wholesale the bank and A. J. Wilaon, ha3 be.m business, and that ho had trouble cashier since the first of the year. ga.tlnig canned products. He said that This Is one of tha oldest banking in- the railroad company would f urnlelh he stitutions In the coumty being the steel to lay the switch to tha tunsecond one established and was or- ning factory and that tha cost Qf tlaa ganized by the late I. C. Adair. It and other parts of the siding .would, ha3 baen until the past yoar ct iiwo not cost over $150. Uponi motion Mr. considered one of the nvodt prosper- Holbrook and Mr. Boehm were apous banks of the small ons In the pointed a committee to confer with country, and had been oonslder-jen- Mr. Bojhm's .friend who wants to tirely safe. A succession cf crop fail- ooaie at once If the people of Hartford-an- d ures and busln-?sdprsilon which Ohio county want this industry has made collections slow are the located here. cause to which may be aWlbutcd the Inability of the bank to continue buRevival Closed. siness. We understand that very Ut-The series of meetings which have excltemena. attended the closing progress at the Methodist of the bank and that the other banks been In church for the past ten days closed In the same locality will not be gratlj Wednesday .night. Rev. Thompson depressed by reason of It. has preaolied bo plain, powerful sermons whloh hare done good to the Newspaper. people who have heard them and alSt. Lams Mo., Fab. '12 1911. though no conversions or accessions Ky. Hantford Republican Hartford Gentlemen: Wishing to kep In to the church resulted in the meettouch with local affairs at home, you ing, the religious people of the town will please find enclosed one dollar feel that at has been a euccuss becau3e for a years subscription, for your of the good which will result from the labors of the ministers and others paper. ke Uve who assisted. Rev. Thompson left y-Respectfully terday for points on his district to R. L. BARNARD, continue his work as presiding elder. Excitement at Funeral Friday. He mode many warm friends (while In our midst who will always be glad An unusual occurrence at the funeral to hear him whenever he imay return of Miss Prudle Allen, which book to our town. Rev. Elgin, the pastor, afterpiaoe at Concord, last Friday announces that ho will preach Sunnoon, caused intense excitement anion day and Sunday night, and especia large gatnenn- of people who were ally desire a good attendance of the present to take part la the burial young people of the town at both ser ceremony. Six young- Lady friends were chosen. vices. to act as pall bearers and when th.y EASTVIEW. delivered .the casket to men to be Feb. 14. There la several cases .of lowered dn the grave, a support on Measles in this community. which tha casket rested y,aa ,t Mr. B. C, Austin of Beaver .Dam, mqvod, allowing the corpse to be precVpltated Into the grave, spent last week with friends .In this head of the casket down. A wave of vicinity. Mns. Effie Martin spent Saturday intense excitement fepread over hs entire asssnblage, and at the same and Sunday with rolatlvos at Maxweil. Mr, L. D. French was the guest of time the mother and brother of the deceased faloted. It was some time Mr. and lira. B. C. Austin at Beaver bdfora the people could be quieted and Dam Saturday and Sunday.. tlie, burial proceeded with,, In (sue Mr, and Mrs. Ellis Bartlettt spent fall the casket was badly damaged and Saturday ttight with relatives at Uaioa was also the outside box.. Into whleh Grove. the, cask was to be placed. These Mr. D. Saddler Se dangerously 111 oeaastons are sad eaough ait bdst, but with throat and lung trouble,. bJOj4e doubly so, iwhea attended by The roade hero are bo bad itbat such a sad aqckleat a the one rjlit-- 1 aluicUpolble fer oae HetravU thaai. above. - at th.-cour- yJ-terd- ay m d. d . sf-ce- ry d 3 Up-to-D- wlde-a-wa- j - occt-doot- ly ay t.i, f I catw. viiiuuaki. ...jaav. JhLXAtk V ala.'.. I V LINCOLN'S by bU wirroaJUn on WAaMagMn's lut whan J la kwiMteftQe IjM da iSse hirthvy. FMMdhla GrRL . , Fdw-sylmata spoke PREFERS fttliMY mi4e bforu ft-- t Harriaburjr, L.laceta,uttjr-o- d JsTa GYPST UFE To tJvj wish, This Year Also Semi-Cen- -- tennial. Of Civil die tnllhATy foroaa attholand, "ABd moat oiHMclally ndttdr to ifted fraternal blood." Then came his sacr!t tight journey, to U93 t. that ho'mt'iwraTiave that of the Whirl l Our Modern Society. Xtucnries of Life t.1 k, War Opening Years Ago. Started to tho naMond wipltal. jnhttfie iwe rumors of a olot to murder tho proal- Deserted dent-elooMaryland a b3et State for White House Fifty many g6utarn Oonffidorato sympathizers among her citizens. On nutabomod Ono huadrl and too 12, 180 J barn dn a log cabin tn H&rdfn county, Ky., Thiy oallcd aim Abraham Lincoln. "when fUfity years ago that babe was tXty$wo years old, the giroaitiest crista this nation orpr faced rfka& on that man's shoulders. The eoCKKfllon ol the South .was a tact he Civil War was about to bs-cl- n. morrow, Pali. jw ago was a bibo to- Tie somloantieunilal of tbhe Rebellion y, la with us. And now, in another oan-tur- loadithat roalcjdon Abraham Lincoln, as he qulatly passed the few days wild. A Lifetime Trouble. preceding his birthday In Springfield Jessa Habertsham Mltcheie djBcrted Ingram, Texns "Ever since I beOf a divided 111., ith.3 ProsWcmt-ele- ct the luxuries of life for the. hairdshlps came a iwoman," writes Mrs. E. ?.I. nation. and of a gypsyoamp Erans, of (this Place- - "I suffered from In less than throe weeks he would Mrs. Dooley Likes Oklahoma. and ithe lovo of Uie wild. Ooreeitod womanly trouble. Last toll, It got Chandler, Okla., R. F. D. No. 2, society was stifling, she declared, it bo In th Wbite lfoua succeeding so ,bad, I had fco stay in bed for nearFab., 5, 1911. brousht her no iov. al'jh&UKh charmed ly a week every month. Since taking James Buchanan. Editor The Republican: Whl'e sit- arlatooratlc social circles wene'opeu to Cardul, The State of South Carolina lhad I feel batter than I have for ' ordinance on ting alone this beautiful Sabbath morn Hot. seceded by legislative jieajrs." You canrely on Cardul. preState She first saw a gypsy campwhlb pared especially for women, If relieves Dae, 20, a month and a half aBter Ing my ,thoughts fly back to the. per of old Kentucky, and I thought at a boarding scnoai. fane linisheu womanly pain, by actlrg on the cause Lincoln's election. haps my fnlenids and neighbors would Ilsslsslpipl followed on Jan. 9. aduton aild Mturned- home, but and builds un womanly streagllih wfliere like to kniw hciv we ane geiting the simple, oar6-fre- a Ufeshohadmlt-neiss.- d iFlcnlda seceded on Jan. 10. It is most nzeded. Purely ft'eetable-Mild- , along. amortg 'the gjips'os ihadmatlo Alabama sooeoded on Jan. 11. but contain In action. Try It As I know of no ba'iter wuy than to lt3 Impression upon her. Shefound Gooipgla eeeodal on Jan. 19, 31tf At your druggists. linvo juu nclnt ithlc .cart T Comlifa) Tlh CALSIWUIJO U)t ittJIUU jt.nA Atk.KA. -- t , Dt?....! .v mi, r.A.w iu..u, wv . w OlA. JHJ0.1S UKBWUlt Louisiana secojded an Jan. 20. Rj(publlcan. We have tad tha inlce3t ago she dlsairpoared. Two hearts latier, Texas socodod on the first of FebCROMWELL. weather here this wlnitr. Only had she communicated with her fahtc. tellruary. Feb. 8. Not have wrlrtten a le'jter two real cold days and no rain or ing him of her marriage lonfrorgas from this place for some time, 1 will Virginia was trembling In tihe balsnow, and nevtir no mud. Now Isn't Mltohele, itlie gypsy king. sSewrote send a few itemsfor this issue-Unclance between secession and loyalty. that nice? it has been warm enitiugh tliatshe wa3 happy and her ipanento bs Jno. Gentry whahag been sick So ware North Carolina, Arkansas and to go wlihout wraps nearly all winter. came reooncllsd. .'. for several days, Is convalescent Tenncsaoe, Kentucky was tonn with It sofms mone like spring dn KenShe becamie a fortume teller, and of Mrs. B. F. Cooper was sick a few dissension. Missouri was lialf In fa- tucky ithan it does winter. her esperlance she writes: 4$m . days last.w.eek. vor of eaceslon, half In Javar of reWe are going to have some uncce "One may read of tlie pyj'aimldfl of Sunday school and Prayer meetang maining in itha union. Kantucktans with us. Richard, my Egjipt and of ithe statue of the Sphinx, are progressing nicely Both sem to Tine Unilbod States tndasury was omp husband has bone to Chandler to meet but cannot realize their granduier nor . be taking on ty. Senators and ReprosjEltatives acnw life with the new Uncle Geange Hlnes and two daugh- - fully appreciate the dlr of mlldew'and year. tually could not eat unough imoney and, Arthur Coy. W-- oertalnly anti'.qulty ti.rs, wihlah prevadj3 by contiem-platln- g Mr. Wm. DoWnlng tiro pilot on the from the Fetoro! Govoroment to pay have fine neighbors. The People are a mere photograph. Not un- Government Boat on Greion River, was their board bills. frimdly. You know that . . rn....r- - t . -- n. so oloe and til me bshcild them dn actual reality here Saturday and Sunday the guest - ,is -i- uib. Utrue western Btyle Unola George's before us can we truly know their of friends. &'aiej """ KXfM11 " folks have .rented n farm and worth. And so It is In all things. Mr. T. W. Wallace went to "Kvans-vil- le State troops dn Beaboard fonts. There bought a niojteam of Jn horses, and oi. Wo can obtain but scant .knowledg Char-lSaturday evening. remained only Fort Sumbef in ao a wagon. They are all wdll pjeas-e- d of the world by perusing books. Mrs. Haes and three children are ton hambor, Ft. Pickens at Ponsacola with the country and saem to be "We Icnow little of the filch, un- visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. SorFt. Taylor at Ky West, and Ft Jef- satisfied. They are now at my house-Wil- l less we have lived among the rich; rels. ferson atTont:ueas island Jn the hands move .home tomorrow. we can learn little of the poor until , Mr. Wlneon Smith Select was In of th-- i Federal GoveTiiment. V. K. DOOLEY. we live among the (poor. Experience town Monday. Custom houries lad leen taken Mr. J. L. Warren, GUstrap, iwas Drop by drop thi offenslvj discharge is tho best teacher, but experience ahange of by tho seceding Governors. here .Monday. Custom revenues In tho South wore caused by Nasal Catarrh falls from is dearly bought bilrg used to uniform anid arm men thie back of the ns3 into (the throat, "I spent ni'y days a3 abandoning Mr. Wm. Vaughn mad3 his regular for the Confederacy. AH tiia arsenals setting up an dnflamirja'Jon tliat is fombune iteller,rovlrg from door to door business trip yesiterday in thie Inter- in th South ware in the hands f likely to mean Chronic Bromlaltls. and from land to land, dressed In est or an Eransvllfe firm. And I understand Mr. Ben Dunn, who has been the Tlie moat satisfactory remedy for gypsy clothes. the secessionists. The Star of ahe Wcsit, a srlSp sjnt Catarrh Is Ely'i3 Cream Balm, and the things iba'ter than I did in the days guest of friends and relatives for iwihen I vlqwed life from a different some time leav-afor the Wet with fool to tih. belcogurad garrison relief that follows even thj first Air. Leo. Gllatirap who has boon caunot bi told In words. standpoint" of about sixty men at Ft Sumter, This queen by adoption of the no-b- d with his parents since before Xtnas had baon fined upon January j, and Don't buffer a day longer from thj gjpsy tribe ruled by King Jorgaa leaves for Oklahoma City wihere was foro.'d to abandon hor mission. dlscomionts of. Nasal Qatanrh. Cream Then txigau the aloge of Ft. Sumt.r Balm is sold by a'i druggists for 5" Mllchole 1.3ft. a diary filled with pho- - he formerly llvtd. C6 tographis jthat alio horself took. Mrs. Jarnagln and family who have In Oharlestoii harbor, to lalilch ilaj. conits or mailed by Ely Bro3 English eihe been In Kansas for several months, In baautifully-wordo- d Anderson had removed all h's troops Warren stiuit Now York. describes her .emotions as a gypsy came back to their old home a fow from Fonts Pickney and Maultrfie, and days ago. which ended wlwn tlie uulon Ji'ag was Earned by Kentucky Railroads. queen. Mrs. J. W. Taylor, Loltchfleld, mlslt- "I found," slw wrote on the first drawn down and tho union forces gave The railroads of Kentucky yarned page, "there Is more love and truth od her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Roj up tho fort $17,000,000 during the last year, acFifty years lagoloHday Lincoln was cording too a statement ofreceJpU beneath the canvas of a Romany tcttit ers last week. Rogers began standing in thj malting room of tihe and expjnses as compiled by Roy Wll- - than thane Is In any mansion. Tthcre a spring MIfs Mae tiny depot at Springfield, 111. It was holt," Rate" Clerk for the Railroad Com Is no sham and no hypocrisy Jierow I school at Shultatown last, M;or.Kliy. love my husband and he loves me. No May she have splendid irucceas. a stormy morning, which added to the njiagji, Mr. FranlcTllford Mcirgaintown, vlslt-o-d otha life arppeals to me like this. gloom of the inienias and noi(Sl"Hors The total eairalugs of the railroads Wegoiwhore wepieaso and whn we who lud igatherod to bid the Preside- were $46,778,004. his grand mothor thla iweek. please. If our very tent wvro taken 'Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Anbuokle aro nt-elect goodby. .Ttfie operating expcn&33 wjrie from us, we could live undeir God's the proud paronrts of a 9 pound gOrl, Tlho irarty, oontifltlrg of ,tlio ftillow-in- g people Jlr. and Airs. Lincoln and Tlhe freight earnings wer $34,2&8,-79- gemerou3 skies, and wie iwould 'bo hap- who arrived Saturday evening, Dr. p. py. tlijlr thwe sons, Ilobj:t T. William T. WlUls attending iphytslclan. and tlie passenger tannings and Thomas, Dr. W. S. Wallace. Jo'm t "I do not know for sure, but 'It ;Mr. and llrs. R. S. James, Saleot, G. Nlcolay, John Hay, N. B. Judd, Hor There was a gain over the preced- seems to mo that tlie associations who Mhdbeen v.'eltlng their daughter I have had for the last four years Mrs. J. Alex Rhoads, returned home N. B. Judd, Hon. David Dals. fol. hi ing yyar of $3,000,000. j i, w dewlap In a way a iersoncla!!rAWPi ii JaUer part of the wcek. V. Summer, Cojit George W. Hazard ant faculties, it may Bound rldlculpptj' Centcritcwn, Is Capt John Pop-- Col W. H. Lamon, E. Af i, ,lng a H. James wllih rela'jlvs at For Sale. out 1 roallv boliive mere or Itssi Col. E. E. EttlflAonih, J, M. JJu'igo". taw das Goorgo C. Iatham, W. S. Wood arid Good ulna room two story dwelling the occult I have get ao thatjj B. Forbes and a few otliyr personal In Cjeutertown, Ky., has good .cisJ. S. Arbuck'le, Central City, f p loiHPrt a night here last week on ihls friends and otlun dlgnitaitJos onitjrjd tern, good cellar, never falling well glance, and otton surprise of water, good stablo and other out than the pertsoos I am studying by way to Visit his mother .at Select tho train. , Mr. and Mrs. Goo. Trout are both As tho locumotfvo bell gaw a warn- buildings, one acre lot of ground. A reading thalir trouble aloud whllo (tilslok, &t tlielr home near tho Mill. jplendld location for family residence ing .their fortunes." ing depanluPo tho PrdJild.jtt-jlt- ct red on the rar iplatform and (aid; and. hotel. Price and terms' seasonThe clan to which Jesse Habersham Meters Joe Keown and C. W. Walwuij admlt'jed Is known to tavo lace were out of town on Important "No one not In my situation cin able. Apply to appneciate the uadru3 of Wills luiltilng. from the Secant the aristo- business Sunday eeulng BARNETT Si FOSTER, Agents, cratic gypsies of Southern Europe. ,Th Here my cMldnon have Ibvxni ibarn. Several from our tqwn attended tlio Hartford,, Ky. students of gypsy history bay that party Saturday night at Mr. Warren I now leave not knowing wihyii or Inventer Refuses Offers. wlwtlitr I may roturai. To His care the Secant are tko leaders of tho meg, Shields our commoiidilng you, I hope hi Hopklnsville, Ky Feb. 15. W, R. that the claim of thcr ancestors tg Jn spite of Ue( dnoJameat jwpi.her praer you will oinimortl mm, 1 IM yo BqwtIos, the local photographer who balcar the descendants of thi Uihmal- - yesterday evening quite a number of lus invented an improved lamp box ltea is probably true, and that &" youikg peoplo aHemdsM dlie Soolail givtrain was gone. night fall the train was In for enlarging .pictures, maktug nega- tribe was drlvien from Itt first ho:p en by Jlr. and'Jlrs. J. Alex Rhoad. Before Indianapolis, wlwno Indiana's famous tives by artificial l!ht and for gener- In Egypt tby ,the Saracens, which faett JMf.' Laura Stewart, who ltas bwn war Gownod, O. I Morton, welcom- al purposes in (photography has toon earned them the frlendildp of tlie the guest of her fi'tw, Mrs. L. kl. granUjd a patent on It He will uonr Christian cations. ed Llrtcotu in bhalf'of his umiJ Arbuokleforafew daya returned dvctne yesterday. At Columbus. O., ithotaiVi Lajlsla-tur- o proceed to apply for patents dn uevoral Once when asked why she tad T rom home and adopted the 1 Mee Luclnda Young of tills lAace, con,cnt,d in Joint j8lou to greet foreign countries, as he balltfvss ho aw-avWted Mr. Beaton's fendly month of him. As iUkj Llncooln train Boit has a fortune In his grasp It he can of a nomad, Queen Mttchele said: throuli Stafrj aftor 8Ht rstward protest himself. Eva thk ari Mr, "I can't t all you lexactily. PerhaM town, from Saturday uatM Sunday. crow da ewrywili"jro wa&dd io a.vJ and 'Bowlos' U bavteg a iuK4kide of ap- - it wa ooe of those Idle cravir3 fckat Mlae SalHe NoMaaa has beH Abe ne heftr tHiAn who wa to te thjtr DllciloBs frM wholeaalfl htFes to come to o&afortheromaatlc. Itmut guest of her &lWr Mrs. Crowie, handle his machine, and from fifths have, had some f kmer basW, iluougjh, j Bext Prea(dnt the ipaet two iweeta. P)iapa in bo one of the many ttd and IrfvdivLiliwiLS tn .hnv ,hU na.tox&rhrhi.- tWak, or.it could njver lavo lasted Miw Anna SWiUk 'who &u Ijjo "T dnewoH 4jUvcnod tlurkig bis tour was but as yot he has turned adeaf ear to I as k hwa'Ao&e. But hone I am dn ray sick for sobw thue kt batter at Mils all euob. lutte yiy camp laitowl of In Wi vrntux. LtacolB to vbUWly uiovod nd Eieml-banbarl- tat us measure tbo tremendous February 9, 113 Confddaratto Caa&vesa had convanod; plnj days later Jefferson Davte ilwul beaa, (Inaugurated President of the SOuthom 6tatafl; Lincoln i;e?u now dnuMliajjS.jar to tha Po'jomac ewsr, dividing JIae, the which soparated the union' States from the SvjoedSd States. Ail these tMog3 made h'.9 friends afraid. So Lincoln, and his Single escort and companion Ward H. Lamon, a devoted personal friend from Illinois took tholr berths In the weeping oar of tha regular train Srosn Now York, following tho plants of secrecy made by President S. M. Falton, of tho p. W. & B. railroad. .They (pass unrecognized ed through Baltimore and undls'junbed arriving in "WttifcAag- ton at C o'clock on loo morndrg of February 23. Lincoln was conducted to Willard's hotel. Hardships of Gypsy, damp. t. i a iPBiiewy SWln4ld Swh, The y& ha but there wltl be many acre wjva UBimr cemB and we ak to t& trail saSa. We kve icttawlrug &at y we are here andttat may dee' us somewhere tee. I so. of like H boterour life like? Wffl, H la 'What is hard to dasorHw it; but 4t changes one's character a good dxtl. Great Pace and ooatent come taifto imy soul while the tampast rages outside. ,Vfl for I hoar the tent-flabeating a ttit-lo- o about my head 'and feel It makes me realize the might of nature and that we gypsies afie her oblWren. I love ihe outdoor Hfe and the fr,eah air and freedom of it all, but tboro niA nthur iraaonna n ia1I , . oHoe itwrw;; mm t.fi . twine i lMippy. . il to-da- PBINT YOUR NOTE HEADS ENVELOPES POST'CARDS jatohe-closjd'o- n ottotngozi wwifu,-iasi- rouiuncca wwer m tne uju.mi Bin TJue ?& "'the $ body of the young .wenaa rwho isaped the social bamrieirsln order to becoine Quean of King Jojga MitcB-el- e, ruler f the most notod tribe of gyiP3lei( in (the world, was clfltead by hjr fatjier A W. Habcrahama iwcal-th- y brokor. The affacf faittier also took home wltli him his daughteir'3 y baby, six weeks old,L'to be ivjarad in his mansion, whlph the maihor dasertedfer th.3 call of the half-gj-ps- marrlcxf lng Joras iUtch- head of bU tribe. I am no 1l, npnantaA HJ T n, th nnekan . IWug HMWJkUU r tUWU word, of course Just imy huaband's wife. I met my king six yearns ago, when I startled out to be gjipsy rover. Ho was good rto me and I grew to lote hlmr and when hie asloed me to manry hlm'l consented and never have regretted it And flow you know all about ibi, And this was the only explanation to onie of "the mos,t remarkable ro ' mances of 'real life. w BILL jlEADS LETTER HEAfS ' BLOTTERS;. PROGRAMS STATEMENT HEADS '. sr SHIPPING TAGS ... CIRCULARS BOOKLETS , .:; - , LABELS .. STOCK FORMS CATALOGUES , ORDER BLANKS MORTGAGE BLANKS 4 DEED BLANKS I - Superior Quality, Prices Reasonable. Let Us Submit Estimate on Your'Next Work. All Work Guaranteed. e THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN 'Phono IMe. to 22 e Hartford, Ky. - u.wii -' i""' - ' - t f -- u u tj t Prize Offers from Leading Manufacturers Cook on patents. " Hints to inventors." "Inventions needed." s to-da- y. to-da- y, Send rough sketch or model for search of Patent Office records. Our Mr. Greeley was formerly. Acting Commissioner of Patents, and as such had full charge.of the U. S. Patent Office. "Why some inventors fail." Vc&s. tTv )l GREELEY &M9INTIRE i INCORPORATED WASHINGTON, I. C. In ArliZk5.. f..iVil ibij..;7zivyxrx.i.:'X!??t 5 m J" m IJ U.Z SJ?V ffW?. Jiralih J unddlilrlct IIIAMTom t br ufcTDur asenu .reiywlur. ua $29,-281.1- , anrqne, anrwheri in the U. S. vntlumt a ctnl iiww xk uAiy j 2, XXS&S&SSS&sSSSt FACTORY PRICES fukr rum ,e ,unl,h11 . . it I. 7blewinak YON WILL IE ASTONISMEI V "hn U 50u ,,ceiv? our Uh tnti(ui auion ni 1 1, VIM Ij Frisa.".ns&sM.H-ii,- i, XA-- liRl lidS2L?iif2Jr?!l?. "' n ,"(.blmlea our ioo profit above lactorr coat undaf vour own nam. .1 mj-sel- A V air out. HEBfiEtHMH PBNCTBIE - PBOOf JM i aip-p- Thi rexular relatl tric$ of thest tires it iiilakallllllllllllllllllllllllllllliiW. yair, hut tntroauce aJ an affliUiAMaiiJiiA4iAfi fiAi...41i.V wcutttl rr 1M iMVMHiil' Ml iH B C f. t t ed j NAILS. Tasks or Ol&aa will not lat Slxtv thouaand pain cold last. year. Over two hundred thousand pair now la tue. BCSmMfTHHH Made io all alaea. It U tlvely and eaajr tidlnif.very durable and lined IntldewUh a apecial Quality of rubber, which never become M MfKTIHNIILE FROM FNNCTNXES n;thelrtoe:ape. Weharehundredaof IrtteralfnmiltU. aedcuatomeraataungthalthelrtlreahaveonlybeenpumDed up obm or twice in whole aeaaon. Tuey wclnh no more truri U SraVVe-rVl'U- loroua ami which cloaca up amall '"r.TberuUpriwoitbewtlrMlaCsoperDalhuiSr lunwonniruNMrmr, Aiiorueraaiiinnr..n.. approrml. You Botaati we will allow iSlfi'liS-fS1.3- !!? end CASH Ina; ua an order th Tl7ei run. t i ha".tad .Vd YJund'SemrlraTeSrSt tu 1.1... R and -- U." adao S to prvot Hat eaMtaa;. TaU Wr. wUi outlwt m? oUaw Mka-Ho- rr, Ltsrio . ... . KlOtKG, .. . rtaB-aarf- !$?!l2&st&-!1. & i... My bW at tank .niSf fYm IF "" tUk wr brttef. Uat U.r W took Tmt thS in? t"r MOT yo. Hay? tVS LU 22, 2ftfL'ft,tiF &Im-rae- CggSSsggugjijgiBaj, WA&Wr. tkda Mmartabte tire oaW. w- oCtft w affM 1 J. L MEM CYCLE COMMIT, CINUCILLi - -- r e f 11 ,i .J . I wiin wnaii per- of raw, and golden millet, owe ocss-ocaily- WITH. In, cold weather add a little hamp-sojand a llttlo a&rwxy- Under New Law in Kentucky Sbould itli bird's nails grow too long take hlni In your hand, dcose- Glad to Get off With ly but f'rmily.yand hold his feet in Will Take Place For Infants and Children. a cup of warn! soapy water for sevApril 14. eral m. nut a to BoKtn the nails, tlhen cu th, .struiio end with a mlr of sharp Frankfont, Ky., Fob. 14 Cbas.' How- -' In Loud Tone of Voice He Hopes ard, the niro undefl" sentence of dath! a dim should be aocuMomcd to every morning. The tll2iiDE a Two Men will Go to He- llALCOHOL 3 PEK CENT. J for the murder of Ed Illo,. a white man, in ths city laet August, was tak Mother Prays for Son. stmilaifng ihcFoocfaralRcdula 1. uri to Bddyvllle this morning by or- ,uwcage put a small dish of a sliwt ofpan..r and sal She 'Jjp of the cage ling (lie Siomachs nndDoHTJs of der of Judge Bentnn, to remain tliure over 11. Jinny birds hfte to be cufix til April 11, when shall be taken - Hentkirion, Ky.( Feb. 11. It Is now od In.o taking a bathrd b!"d cutlon. hasTnyt been aceuylorciud to' It, 1 uwill practically contain that Chester Fen- Circuit Clark Ban Marshall ihad nevtribes will not ask for a now trial.but hfrlfl ma,tr to remove tha etid and Promo(csDigestionhtfrTur er written an order under the new la iwwter 'Uafet ho will bo token to the EddyvMlei "I fell and sprained my arm dihes. AfUT he has bajhtd, ncss and lKstxontams iieitivr sentencing a man to be electrocuted, , . . ,! ..lit.l- and was in terrible pain. I hang the cage where a litle sun will Opimu.Norphinc norHiacraL' I'oiiiiixiaijr wiwiiii a iew uajs, to . r Tand when he asked Judge Beniton could not use my hand or arm Bto serving a life BonttnAo tor thj einlke it, so that thre is to fear of NOT NARCOTIC. about it the latter looked up tho law without intense suffering until the, bird becoming chilled. nwirtigoi Town Marshal Skoggs. and decided that when a man la fln- ", neighbor told me to use MecjKeotdJkstMaujnmn ThSJjuthwa8 asked df 'ho intended About once a week dt Is well to lally sentenced to death the mow laiv" Sloan's Liniment. flmptih Sredm The first remove ih screw at th top of the to,ask r a new trial, or appeal to a says ho musit bo taken at once to th'e JbtSanii application gave me instant higher court cage, and paint brass caps Eddy.vllle iponitcntlary axd thre keP'l relief and I can now use my wOth some good, clls'.nftetant, for all 'No,'t, shall net ask to be itrlcd until the day of his elotrocution. Jlr. well as ever." Mrs. H. arm as birds, oven parlor nte are npt to be again at this .place. If ttugscll Knight WmSeti- 1!. Springer, 921 'Flora St, Marshall wrot3 the order that way, troubled with minute vlrmin unless and Joe Abel,, who testified so strongrtanr. and it says: "Taken ai- - once to he Elizabeth, N. J. JTY Ait ly 'aeadnat me, wanted convict mo hls some precaution Is taken to prevent Eddyvllle penlkntlary and tliero kept AperfectRemedy rorConsfipa-(Iotime, they could do It 'oven more the till April 14, wheon shall be taken , Sour Stomach.Diarrtwca next time." out before sunrise and put to dealtfli by, Sweet Clover in Pendleton County. Able and Knight were witnesses electrocution. ondLoss of Sleep. .This wonderful clover has come to upon' whoso iteauimony the strength of Ther seems to have been some be of great Importance to the farmers the prosecution's proof was based. FaeSbnile Signature oT doubt In th minds of some of the of Pendleton county. Our chleJ pro lFontrse--wtcitj-oa- i to 8ay ifchat he Judges'as to the proper construction ducts are tobacco, cattle, sheep and was innocent, and that If all the truth NEW YORK. is an excellent antiseptic and germ of the law, and one man from Breath- dnarjing; and sweet clover plays a more had bocn. told ho would .have been as. senitt, named Llttlerwho is undier Important role in all theo than any heals cuts, But from what could be killer tence of death was sent to the other thing. W have here, blue-gra- s gathered from the general .trend of burns, wounds, and Frankfort penltontiary to await the alfalfa, red clover and tlmoolhy; but hie remarks, ho probably will not contusions, and will l Guaranteed under b day of ihls electrocution, it Is prcsum y we have more acres In sl.voot ask for a new trial it was the draw the poison ed that Penman, the Lincoln county clover by far than and other grass- - l opinion of many persons who watohed Exact Copy of Wrapper. TON THCOCNTAUH COMPANY, negro whose daeth sentience has just furnfeh.es CfTf from sting of poifine pasture either alone the trial prooceodlngs that the reak been affirmed by theCount of Appeals, or mixed with other grasses; it Is the sonous insects. soon ihe boy was not penturbodiby the will be. sent to the Eddy.vllle peniten- earliest gross in the spring and the verdict was that he was well satisfied tiary as soon as the Governor tflxcs lost to freeze In ithe autumn. 25c, EOo. and $1.00 No with hiving escaped electrocution. the date for his electrocutuon. grass is equal to it fcr milk producfllra. "Peniferess made a few scatterSloan's lxok on ing and beef making. It is jbhe haring remarks while sho and her son hones, cattle, itlircp Thirty Years Together. and poultry sent free. diest grass we have, gnowinug on all POSITIONS GUARANTEED were seated. Sho was visibly trouAddress Thirty years of association! think kinds of soil, on barren places in (WU3I bled, but sho shed no tears tut that Dr. Earl S. Sloan, will GUARANTEE you a position lr you of It. How the merit of a good es where it soons leivels them up. Its us real soon. We need many more time. The elder Fentress stood by Bciton, Mass., U.S.A. thing stands out in tWat time or the 'great growth, exceeding ton feet In at once to supply tbe enormous demand and said nothing. He was deeply agifor our graduates. As soon as we get tbe required worthlessnessofabad one. So there'd helghth and so thick that it iheaps upnumber of students tbls offer will be withdrawn. So tated probably too much t talk. wrlto at once for particulars. no guesswork in this ovidonce of Thos on the ground a mass of litter, iwfhloh Finally Deputy Jailer 'Biggs, (who s, Arlss, Concord, Mich., who writes: "I together with the large roots covered 1 N This .does mot include imported r s AA.O yC had brought Fentress to jail, announcby the have used Dr. King's New Discovery with nitrogen nodules, quickly fertilize and those rolled ed that he1 would have to flock the for 30 years, and its the best cough and rlchens the poorest soils. For hay prisoner up.. Mrs. Fentress got up smokers Hhtanselves. impontsof cigarettes ar large, but, of course, they and cold cure 1 ever used." Once it it is second only to alfalfa, yielding and .threw her arms about (her son and BUSINESS COLLEGE proportion to finds-- entrance in a home you can't several cuttings a season, it furnishkissed tiim, as If she 'were rcudy to amount tobutlittle in lNCOHrOM4rEI W. HOnWAKTZ pry it out. Many families have used es more honey than any oiher plant, the output of American factories. PRIMOirALi leave. Tinn she asked the officer If RSTADLinnnn ino4 LOursvirjLic ky. j vrpbacco Journal It forty years. It's the most infalli- and is about on a par din quality T&e United States he objected to a .prayer. compiled and prints the ble throat and lung medicine on earth wlbh white clover honey. The seed Is Mother and son kneflt 'down at the which has r, statistics of the year In the trade it Unequaled for Jagrlppe, asthma, gathered by hand and furnfehes a band-som- e jail idoor. The woman placed her croup, quinsy or sore lungs. serves remarks 'that the lenoxmous inreturn to the farmer for his laarm about the iboy's shouldtjr left crease In 1910 over ithe number of Price 50c. $1.00 Trial .bottle free bor. She .besought the Lond to have mercy m Guaranteed by all druggists. Only a fetiv years ago swedt clover op her son and finally save hdm and cigarettes smoked In 1909 an Incneasa of 1,856,478,308, was in spite of an was fought by our farmers as a weed brine about a reunion flu heavrtn. revenue stamp tax of To Boost ppst "Ihave prayed .for him every day Incnoase in the widespread movement Greenville, Ky., Greenville. Several Many until they discovered its value- 7kcents, amd a. Feb. 14. farms and fields tiat had biaen for"mbre Jhah three monThs',"'" she against cigarette smoking throughout representatives business and profes- abandoned by the ower, now pro wantprayed, "and all his life I have of the sional men met "here lost night and duce splendid crops of tobacco 0.3. the country. Danunclatiion ed him ito become a Christian. And cigarette as a "coffin nail," asapass-pontit- p organized a coommercial ' club. The being in sweet clover a few years. 50 Acres of the finest Rough river I hall go on praying for him." jparddtion. seems'ito Increase Its officers elected are: T. J. Sparks, It can be truthfully said thds clover bottom land located thrco miles west By this time sho lost control of, popularity. president; S. C. Eaves, vice ipreisldent; has been the means of redeeming large of Hartford. About 20 acics In cultiamotions and her iwords were broken the consumption of tobacco In R. O. Pace, secretary, amd T. iC. Bair.l, areas of poor washed and abandoned vation. Good dwelling and out buildnow and then, by sobs. of other forms does not Increase, except treasurer. Tihe immediate cause of lands in this county. Falmouth ings. A bargain for $1,250. "Lord, J have allways 'been a faithin theicaso of tiny, cigars, the output the present activity anid organization ful Christian, and I shall always fot'vf IMT of .which fell off 49,383,526 last year is that prominent farmers We have 460 acrs of fine bottom of the to.bev If Knight and Abel, who perhaps Attack Like Tigers. pure increased prices southern part of the country are makbecause of land from ono and a half to two convicted my dear .boy, were not In fighting to keep the blood due to the, stamp Itax. Nearly 15,000,- - ing complaint that they can no longmiles of Hartford, art of it with night, I hope they will foe toffyeoi" the (white conpu&oles attack disease 000 'more large cigars were produced, er have amarket for their tbacco germs like tigers. But often germs helps hurts, but It won't cure an timber. Also about 73 acres of upShe was on her knees more itbon and nearly 10,000,000 more pounds of in Greenville, complaining that uhcy 10 minutes. The boy broke down- - and multiply eo fast the lltitle fighters are aching tooth, wonn't wako a marred land belonging to the same tract. manufactured tobacco. The American are compelled to deliver uhelr tobac'wept, while his father standing near PeopJeare assuredly overcome. Then see pimples, bolls, one look like its old self. Takes a Terms easy. not turning away co to Hopklnsvdlle, Russoilvdlle, experienced dentist to do by, sobbed quietly and wiped an oceczema, saltrhoum and sores' multiply skillful, from tobacco, reports to the con'trary and other nearby towns in and strength and appetite fall. Tihis that Get all the sympathy you 180 Acres of land two miles south casional tear. When Itho iprayer wus notwithstanding. is'ow York Times. stead of bringing it to Greenville. relief and good of Itoslne on a free delivery route out ended, mother and son embraced each condition demands Electric Bitters to can, but for real A mass meeting of ithe faraneTs iwlll appointment of Beaver Dam. 30 acres bottom land regulate stomach, liver and kidneys dental work make an other for a moment. Chester Fenhe held here Saturday iwith a vle'v and Pointed Paragraphs. the with us for the practical way of get- about 20 acres timber land and and tress told his mother to be brave to expel poisons from the blood. of remedjirg the matter nnd a Five A girl Mkies to call foer hair red notitrouble boTSelf too much. "They are the best blood purifier," ting your teeth in fine ehape. Best rest of it fairly good upland. of the club was appointed to writes C. T. Budahn, of Tracy, Calif., crown and bridge work in this town room frame, two story house, two woman walked whien it Isn't The The new "I have ever found." They make rich, or any town. Teeth extracted with- barns and good tenant bouse. Splenaway and leaned (against a radiator, Anyway, the waiter pipes never confer with the fanners organization will not confine its operWhile the boy embraced his father frdezo up in our air castles. red blood, strong nerves and Ibuild up out pain. All work guaranteed. Tele- did orchard, never failing well in yar ations only to relieving th'i situation your, healtJh. Try thton. 50c at all phone 218. and horse lot and spring in easy reach! clanged and ithe youth turn tholr Some men are Judged by The door In the .tobacco market but will reach of the house. In good repair. Must m druggists. ed and walked In. For a half dozen deeds and some are Judgxd by thtlr out for manufacturing csitablishiinonst, BELL, DR. be sold nnd will be sold at a bargalu. seconds he looked as If .jhe were about misdeeds. DENTIST, to collapse, but no longer had the Every woman eeeniB to think It's and wljl exploit the advanttages of Farmer's Burns Tobacco in ReGreenville dn other ,ways. story frame Olfice in Republican Bldg. door cloosed than ho was againi In pos up to her to make a fool of .orae Hartford, Ky. A new ono and one-ha- lf ligious Enthusiasm. building with five rooms nnd large 13. session of himself "I wieh Knight man. BrookvUe, Ind., Feb. Jret recptieon hall, built out of the best and Abel would go itjo bell," yount-Fe- n Associate with mean ipao-pland you fervor has marked a revival selected material. Situated on Clay tress declared In a loud ttno of will have a hiean opinion of the Visita, Exhortameeting at Buena nnd Fredrlca streets, Hartford, Ky. voice. "They will eft their deserts." world. For Infants and Children. tions have been followed by tran&es Lot 60x205 feet Fine well of soft Mrs. Fentress corrected ber son for A wdso woman will lot ber husband The Kkid You Have Always Bought and delirious shouting. One farmer, water. All necessary out buildings. wanting to got even. luive his own way onco to. a whillo Howard Jackson raised a crop of fiiw TermB reasonable. Apply to ' "Mother," he replied, "I did not say for a change. PROduRED'AND OEfrEflDCD.MI"??".! Bears the tobacco last season, but after converhow intuit Inulu BAI1NETT & FOSTEit, me Ulrica, wo, to otiuOnCOUNTniCS. mxik, I X wanted something to befall them. Most people have ietry in ' tholr Signature of sion he decided tho uso of tobacco eorartabu, IN ALL Hartford, Ky. 'souls nut only e few of Wiemi ihpive SusVitsr Jirrct vUh Washington iav1 ItuuA was tacpnstfsitent in reMgtoni He emI said It would happen." monry ana cjtm tttfoirni. two old people .departed. Sense enough to keep It Ithere. ployed help, built a pyo ft"d dramatThen the Patent ind Infringement Practlca Eiduttvtly. The Care of Cage Birds. They have not decided whether to ap And some.wlneB are .willing to do ically burned the crop. One citizen SU Blnth Btrart, opp. VslUl VtXm TtXaA I peal Oiscase or not all the auarreltag if (their husbands WASHINGTON, O. C. "These poor little prisoners are mnecmhered stealing some ichickens in will do all the making up, ' mone absolutely ab their owners mercy boyhood ior a feast and made lubllcr That's the way to describe the wide u Thio bill collector is nibouit the bnly than any, other household pt!" Bays lvstltutlon. ' A King Who Left Home spread demand for talking, but Paul Penaoii who has an excuse for .belleVr Kate V. Salnt-SIaIn Woman's Homo set the world to Special Notice. Mathulka, of Buffalo, N. Y., says ho ing'ithat tho (world owes hlm'a 11 - Companion for February, "Tfco only Great Book' Bediming with the next issue tbls way never to forget '"ihelr food or always KEEPS AT HOME th King lBg. A ,wiestorn mlllloEale aljUibutes his water to to establish a- - positive time paper will henceforth publish obituof all Laxative Dr. King's New LMe Pills and that they're a bles- - success. to. the fact Uht ha.lUincd torglvlng it to. them.'eltheT directly aries,, resolutions of rcupoet and cards Ono critic calls it a "fascinating recof thanks at the rate pf two cents Btoie' to all his family. Cure ooneilpa- - to his wife. MPst marrlud men. have before or alter meal-tkn- o BUCKME'S BULBS SUCCEEDS so ''that ord of scientific adventure" r another . ttom, headache, lndlgesMon, dyspw tb dnjwy. FiSRECIAL OFFERj.1 of ideas will ltiaurb remeui-bmiuc- per Use. Ate6 notices for clyurch en- i compares it to "a swift sailing ship, wit 'ilmJm im hnlli Maw Bvil.au. A Select a position fop the cage tartainments where' money is to bo Science at the helm, amj Atjventuro In I 0J 25c at &L dnueateW'.' m 1 .llrs; Cook Tells Truth. tfl.l B.tirf.etlon ft DenuAnent our ' tua.r.will mmk 9011 irn.raalniiil ar eua'l -i ' 4.. J,. where It l protecloa,tfom, draft or mads, twill be charged for at tho tsvmo the fore top"; still another sayB that ' loowy riui4ad. ' i "It bristles with aUventure.nnU- Is brimrateiif JPor"manKyars tlilg paior has Desfcnr, Ky. in assigned statement glaring uu. About 'Cigarettes. ful of education In aviation." Anyhow, FiBIBwfWnwHraraiOfB. Hjmim., hut. bj. Many ipartloular bouseJteepers all puaWsbd many columns of such In the calendar year 1910, 8,644,537,-06- 0 Mrs. took tells the iruth about bow It is a seHer, as each' day's order irfii... ttiiifcirlimll.ii Iiim.h 1... Ill Qardui brought back Iiht health amd Into the custom of covering Ui'o bot bharge whatever, but in Tkllk hlN( Ttalla. YUJ aaV 111.. b,U and old show. drct''were" madeclgante', la In She bays,' "I could slot. tom of hie' cake witii paper insttiadl justee;to ourselves' wo must hence- iiq uiitoA &ttw. A AGENTS WANTED . . Mtmllea UU Paptr I k' any relief, until I tried Oardul, of awVet; itMMdng, I suppose, tlwt fonw make, tola nominal caarge. our Wfo-n- ' as wwy, rHHWs,a street car traai-''iiipapsr. spade Is the only means by 1 Send today your application for exatwss'ued. But tfee WODAn'e tonic. I mtfttyedmoreor Tthe later fa cwly. as a'notscthin iMwVkluU. atolltaUwrn It 'teBol 4 ltl 33 cents fur 33 cV "'uwwokitd clgafeVe, 166 iar 18 yews, and was so weak clusive territory. e w ve dowwi 't&i 4?- - oui gravei wbteb we have to warn money with , paee agent's prospectus and successful twtwtn H P - whmim n-Eijinbw made asd bwv&us T could hardly do my bas'4ul4ieranotfier'anidiuch more whisb ,to keep it alive and It would wMh' 1 wl la &maiwii Iltt IliiMWlMillliM ftM iwiimi.iAk tkii OblL iJTl. Sill wEl mt ikMM senlag canvass. Deduct the 35 cents offlos. Onartes, like cWCk- as jtaip for the Inerchiante to ssd sold, b nWpto.te. Thfc natfon homo ork, Now I Am" in btter, from your first remlttanco for C or I be required vs, bava bo away their goods of' "staety odd inlllioita t, Jsdd, B betfti itfuur'wtff -- festers, am Regular to give Riortt book. Address. 'tet4i awl must have u w t,Lkv y, ?.yyy MBwmww amotesre. Nearly as cloak work, do ttotimifer ai'jill. ' ffravel io yrlud- Wwk-- , feod. a8,W"p8t', from us. We trust Bikttoa.of careitt V. R. KELLER A. CO.. TUAub- B ami gala ifrflFW P!?W kind is also ourt'ii3s''aiiirvpitropfi will aie prodiel mA . MartriO:o"livHlHtu,'.' ,vi'bOB baJnrtl InmU fa vAiwktty. rry HJW1B ' Kti I04" very A w anil govera tbemselve ' i'Vl.ll.l ls.'ihuuiiilrv. bfr &Jkk ':12L'!'. K- A'OItlC Bp4wax "d 94th Tr' tlw gKHlQ WOBMU1 Bfa THE RfiU'UBUCAN. '.aq&toaiy,. U, 1 FENTRESS SATISFIED SENTENCE M For Kljj Sprains THE FIRST or a small thin - n rnTDnrilTinil tLLtil KUbLI I lUnl '0 ploco of mw potato If youhave nothing elso should bo uu my d CASTORIA Always Bought The Kind You Have s. Vwllf "Gave Me ."" Instant Bears the Signature of Relief' tf !.. iVic thio In &&. Use SLOANS LINIMENT For Over Thirty Years SI Idflttil I CASTORIA WE plga-Tette- &wwm$zz3i kjS) hay-feve- For Sale Real Estate! nr Tt SYMPATHY Llv-ormo- ro com-mltte- -e grlef-stricke- iu H.J. CASTORIA (&&Z7&&J6V Going Like Wildfire Walter Wellman'i ur v- v BULBS' THE AERIAL, AGE e.' d: ... ' - mat-terwilh- p: &&. ibr ud ot-ui- lijcsrsrci.-1 MMkMtt3aiw-VfJ4MHt- j.xjr.r; J be-'&- - .'lWtw .U--t. yr iA &" ti apprcoi-aowtpete- tnfr: f -- i- J BUV 'rlul. k it' .r ) !", .Til u- - tm .1 h .' j .1 .,lKy : t ' iiiititflftt-- .di.. 4& im I made some secret and unknown wWi tfoe mllierg.tooM tor-a- e people and middle ei generally to tew t th Tertotfle Bstored pay the to frraens of the H rtterd, Xj.. m mMr at Xb ioobS TtntL.il MAitt Vil( MM tlrfCft which Joy ara receiving m1 theni roako a fwws reduction, voiuaeawiy, ior tho .benefit of the consumers, lfthis NEY FOSTER J. Is true the treaty will "be alright. to OthQwIi-- 'jt will .bo all wrong. Address all eoraiauRleatitwe The Hartford Republican. wpers Ken: jcy Democratic are coxdomnlng senator Paynier for a speech In support of senator Lorl-mIn tho United Sfiatca Senate- - Sen... 28- JSeoarli. a number ator Bailey of Texas, of other Democratic senators are comFRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17. ing to the defense of Mr. Lortoier, In tho efforts being made to unse&fWm. ANNOUNCEMENT. These Democratic papers are very seWo are authorized to announce Hon vere in thdr criticism of the Kentucky Senator for bk actions. "W. S. Dean a candidate for as semnitor Lonmer twos electto tho Dffico of Representative ed by Democratic votes, and tho onIn the next General Assembly of subject to tho action o'f tho ly charge of fraud which ihas been Republican party, made Involves denlecnatic members of th Legislature, we fail to see any Inconsistency In Senators PayJUter'and The endorsement of Judge O'Ruvr Badloy's actions. In other words dt is toy the Ohio County RewibMcan. Con- their side of the (house which needs vention and by the Seventh Senatorial defense. PJstFioj Convention eecms to have aUrooted attention all 6ver Kentucky, Farm products are as much manu factured articles as any which are sold O'Rear of the Court of Ap- on tho market. The Idea of treat-- yJudge peals, Is announced as a candidate ing .wheat, oats, barJey, potatoes, eggs for the Republican gubernatorial nam! and butter as raw material ds gross cation. For,, the Democrats, foe Is the injustice to the labor which ds expend lie Re- d from year to year In bringing most dangerous candidate can name Glasgow Tiroes. those products from the earth, placpublicans ing tiim in, condition itp be, of Tho Democratic party has for years Is tile labor to mankind. as a tax, but in denounced the tariff re- which produces the feed for ithe cow, agreeing to support the Canadian the ciprocity treaty as a whole they are the labor which brings forth of milk, churns the butter and molds upordng a tax on a great number shape for the manufactured articles and voting to and fashions it into table to go unrewarded? Is It not as allow free trade for the farmers of milch entitled to protection as the the United States. man who works at the mill to grind It Is only during the past month the wheat, or the man who works to or so that Kentucky Democrats lhave produce the plow the potato digger begun, to take a lively Interest in the and the reaper and binder, which are probable nominee on the Republican used as the means of increasing a ticket for governor. This is a pret- crop and of decreasing labor in the ty fair indication that Republican production of ail those articles? It will be a sad day for the Democratic chances are known to have (been about one hundred per cent, party "or the Republican party when they show such discrimination against recently. the farming classes of this country The Glasgow Republican says: Hon. as are sought to be cffeo'.tjd by the C. Holman of Butler county has been Canadian reciprocity treaty. nominated for Senator in his dis trict, and tho. convention endorsed the Hartford Gets Practice Meet. administration of President Tatt, the Orders for Rifle practice by the work of Senator Bradley and the Companies of the Kentucky National probable candidacy of Judge O'Rear Guards have been Issued by the Adfor Governor. This is a good patjutant General. These meetings are tern for a Republican connenltion to to be held at various places, con follow. venient to the various companies. Bcverdge tolls the farmers Third Infantry dates follows; .Senator, May for Com in 'one breath that thty are' not to Bpwling Green, whatever on account panyA.. euffor anyloss fori Company B- Henderson, at the adoption of the Canadian re Qwensboro, May May for Company C. while In the next he ciprocity treaty 6 HopkinsviHe, May, for Com the clerks and salaried people tells treaty .tihey pany D. that because of this same for Com Vine Grove, Jlay will be able to purchase eggs, butter, iwhlch pany F. potatoes and all other articles 0, Earlington, May for Com come from the farm at a very much just pany G. lwer figure. We wait to see Hartford, May for Company H. how this it to .be brought about. Leltchfield, May 29 June 3, for . The movement inaugurated by Ohio Company I, Marion, May for Company K. County Farmer's Club, which met last 0, Barbourvdlle, May for ComSaturday for a Canning factory At Hartford, meets our hearty approval. pany L. tor Company AI. Calhoun, May However, Isn't it rather a serious crlt- cd&m on the citizens of Hartford that FORDSVILLE. the farmers should be compelled to take un tho question of in Feb. 14- - Miss Ratle Baley, Owens- ducing manufacturing establishments boro, while vlsiit&ng her sister Mrs, for our town? Couldn't we have a Charley Kissinger here last week took meeting of the Commercial Club and sick and died early Sunday mora lag at least second the movement inau- of Paralysis of tho brain. The regurated by the country people? mains were taken to Qwensboro today for interment. It 4s announced that the JjoulaviHe Prof. John W. Petty a prominent Herald Is to 'have snlendid new quar- citizen and school teacher died at ters arranged for the iaper on Third Patterson Sanltariam Rochester Sunday Street between Chestnut and Broad- and was buried in the ceimetery here way. We wish (the Herald success In ReV. AtacWhiittingblU preach Its new location and express the hope ed the funeral at the Baptist church that whetf it moves it may leave be- assisted by Rev. B. F. Jenkins, who hind it the elements of insurgency, delivered a enlogy an his life jftor which it lias manifested dn more or which followed by a large conJeM violent form for saveral months course of relatives and friends, his and which has been ithe only oritf-cle- body was consigned to the tomb. Unwhich Kentucky Republicans cle John, was a (good man, useful and have felt for an otherwise splendid uassumlng. He had taught continu newspaper organ at the metropolis of ously fox .thirty-eigyears. He jthe State so essential to Republican loaves one daughter, Mrs. Anna Neel success in the state. of Paducah and one con Byron of California lt?4vouJd be a very difficult matter Rev. Hatfield o Greenville has been now Do Hod an Ohio County farmer called as pastor to the Christian wiofetnot an advocate of good roads; church heTe. and one who would not be willing to Mies Heyser of LeitcblieW is vlstt- aaake a considerable sacrifice ltd bring lngtmtes Reba Lewila. item 'about It la a great pity wo Mr. Henry toyd of Beaver Dam could not arrange a vo.ie for a road vOB in town y. 4ax sometime between the first of FV The musical rokiaa glven by Miss mtay, and, the finat of Wprli The Thompson on St. Valentine "evening November election always com us when was well attended. the dirt roads are firm and really Prof. I. s. Mason and Prof. Tandy han the mecadeihdzed ones. spent Sunday in 'WhitosvWe. TJe memory of most people Is very ttmt, and they aro apt to accept S. C. Taylor is Lotdsiaaa. iiPMWQt conditions wWhout referboce NatcBj La., Feb. 12 1912. future, to tbe The Hartford. Republican, Hart W cant for ae life of us see how ford, Ky.. Jtal, stuff to to be ad'otiee& for Dear Sirs: You jwiU Had enclos 4k salaried BWB,.Ae'U.(jawdi,ctht;r ed check for one dollar, for which please sad me your paper. I am mx''vmmm farm ptft&'jMy, Jeubiog sohool in Iduigiana. asd feel aff fer jeiww3tlwidopttoa of ;42fiwa-- . J could sot do without Bay home pa-' be a Alan taaipHiiky, treaty, li Yours, truly- . ,. ' 4feat fihe advocates of the trewtyhave 8. C. TAYLOR. ' Hartford Republican. mhk LATEST NEWS FROMJOCKPORT Prof. J. W. Petty Dies'After Long Illness. ' Other er 3lvr Interesting News Correspondeat:-- ' Items Gathered by Our Special KfU-tuck- y, Rockpont, Ky., Fob. 14 (Special to Petty The RepubMoan) Prof. J;-one of the loading educators 'of Western Kentucky died at Rochester late Sunday evening after an iUaess covering a period of saveral weeks. Prof, Petty was welUkncwn here successful havteig taught several achobTs in Rockport and tributary territory. His remains were brought to Rockport on the Star Leona Monday morning and shipped' to Fords-vlll- e over the Illinois Centeal Where Interment took place. DANGEROUSLY ILLM ste?-vd- eo 22-2- 7, 6, 8-- 8-- 15-2- 22-2- 7, 3, 15-2- 1-- 6, -- to-da- y. m ht -- to-da- lrttr ' P. ,&, " Judge D. J. Wilcox, formerly mayor DON CARLOS. o City's of Rockport and one of 111 leading citizens Us dangerously Baptist Church. at the home of his diauehter Mrs- - The regular services will be held. John G, Williams on North .Main toexbv Sunday. SEMI-ANNUA- L street and grave fears ore ohteWaineu Sunday sdhool session at DUG o'clock. tor his recovery. Judge "Wilcox is Morning worship at 11 o'clock and sufering from a general nervous fi&s evening worship at 7; 15 o'clock. down aid owing to bis advanced age Young people's meeting in the Ba- his condition Is considered critical. raca room at ,6 o'clock TAKES ICY BATH. Pastor Bruner will preach at Ren Mr. John W. Baker, one, of the der Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. leading farmers of the Ccralvo neigh Mardi Gras Celebration. borhood, took an Icy plunge' In the Mardl Gras Celebration New Or turbid waters of Green river here On account Monday morning and narrowly escap- leans La., Feb. ed a wate'fy grave. Mr. Baker ac- of, above, the L. and N. will se)l round companied by his son, was on his wi trip tickets Hartford Ky., to New Or here after a load of lumber when the leans for $19.25 dates of sale Fob- - 21st, Jlmlt returning, boat In which hewasrlding collided to 27 Inclusive-fina- l with some drf twood precipitating him not later than midnight of March lith Into the chilly waters- - His struggle 1911. 30tf kept him above the surface and he H. E, MISCHKE, Agt m was soon rescued from his perilous BEAVERJAM position by bis son. Beyond being Feb. 16. Health la very good at subjected to an ley bath the figud this writing. was uninjured. farmer Incorporated. Air. and Airs. Emmerson Rogersiwent PLANT .MOVES. , Green, river, chemi to Arizona last week. The plant of the Air. Don Taylor went to DycTsburg cal Company on the river. front Is Tenn., last week on business. being torn down and will be .moved Mr. Llm Williams has almost comto Booniville ind. pleted his new dwelling bouse in the INJURED IN TENNESSEE. Mr. Bert H. Robertson, a member Render addition. The protracted meeting- - befgan at they will hood, have this part of "tho of the firm of S. D. Robertson & HAVE GOTTHE county wired. hardwood' manu the Methodist Church Aionday' night. Son's, well-knoAirs. Venie' Wright and Allss Renie factures of Lenox, Tenn., had a,nanrow Several of our citizens" are' attend-In- g TARIFF BY THE EARS escape from death and (was dangerous Miller of Illinois are the guests of court this week. ly injured while at .work at the Mr. and Mra Will Davis this week. iMr. Berry TIchenor, went to Kirt- Company's Plant at Lenox last Tu . Allss Annie BosweU of Leltchfield jcv uius ween. o jok aiier nas lumesday. A larger rope to which was Is visiting relatives in town Khis week-Air- . Democratic .Dilemma Illustrated ber business. Larkdn Williams is on the sick attached a jmlly, broke the iron mis Mr. Ed Grant hasaodd his grocery by Story of The Man who slle striking him in the face break- list. here .to Air. Lake. Grant will move Airs. Peart AsWby of AIcHenry is ing his jaw and otherwise badly into Kronos. Caught the Rat. juring him. Mr. Robertson came to the guest of her mother and father Willie Bennett has resigned his." pohis old home In Rookpont ilost Thurs here this weckv sition with the M. H. &E. R. R. . Airs. Dayle Rhcads and her son and YOu Democrats are coinc to have a day to recuperate. He was accomr j Air. e. S. McMillan made a busl- ponded home by bis wife andychif- - daughter went to CQatortown Satur- fine time revising the Tariff, remark- 'ness trip to Loulsyiie this week. ed Judge Smith, of Iowa to a group dren and his brother Mr. Cecil Robert", day. Mrs, C. T. Overton was '.visiting Mr. B. C. Austin who has been of Democrats in a hotel lobby where son, of Lenox. in Hartford 'Monday. visiting at Plcasong Ridge for the members of OonwMs jriitKor in NEGRO PREACHER DIES. A. D. Woodward has gone to Drakes- Rev. Nathen Tuncle a respected col past week returned homo Saturday. He numbers every evening. booro looking after the Interest or "Right you are," agreed TleDresenta- - .TelegraphATypawrlter in was accompanied homo by Air. L. B. orod minister, died at hds home Biachine. ( tlve .Legare, of South Carolina. ''Our I Born to Airs. S. R. this city last Wednesday after a abort French. James a Dine Air. Emmett Hayman who has bean predicament' reminds me of an im illness. The obsequies was conducted boy on tha 4th, Inst, ipast possible situation in which I found at the home of the deceased after sick and out of school for the C. K. Reneer and wife of Netoon j myself when a boy. which tho remains were Interred In week is able to come back again. were here this week visiting relatives- Air. Luther Collins of Tayilor Alines the colored burying ground at Eohols 'We had. a fine lot of rldlnie horses Allss Willie Btehop visited relatives on our place and the ibarn was infest- in Moorman Rev. Tuncle was a negro of the old was in town yesterday. this week. Air. Laugmor of Des Aloines Iowa is ed with rats, which kept the horses school and aOtendad strictly to his Listen for wedding hells. visiting relatives in town this week own affairs and was well liked fby nervous. Some one told one to tie a Air. Bob Alason and Mr. Chester Soiv bell around tho neck of a rat, and his white brethem ncd his colored he Notice to Creditors. olets who have been at work in the would frighten away all ithe other rats associates. Mountains returned to their home and give the horses some peace. Creditors A GOOD WRITE-U- P of the Ohio County bore Alonday. pubRecently the Courler-dourna- l "I had no difficulty catching a rat; Bank will please come forward and .The AI. I. E. Society cave a nice It was as easy as capturing tho Houbo settle ther indebtedness. lished a full page write-u- p with eight It is my photos of Alrdrla the "VaaUhect Me social Thursday night ana1 all that at the last election. "How jto get the purpose and the desire bf everybody, tropolis" of western eKntuoky,' which went reported a nice tlnlle . Those boll around the rat's neck was aulta connected with the bank to halve div Is located on Green river three miles present were: Air. 0. L. Sbaltz, Fred as perplexing as problem then as Is idends declared to the depositors as above this city. The Story was by Shultz, Frank Barnes, Guy Hazqlrigg, the present problem of how Demo- speedily as possible This cannot bo a Rockport author who is prominently G. H. Hazelrdgg Ernest Taylor, Tuell crats can get together on a proposi- done unless creditors of the bank will assist by meeting their obliconnected with a number of leading Rogers, Clifford Aladdox, Clifford tion to revise iho Tariff. Taylor,Nicholas , Hazelrdgg. Fred metropelitan dallies. "After catching the rat I attemmt- - gations. Hoover, Clayton ed to .hold him with one hjamd while 29tf Anient, Mr. always Welcome. AE. PATE, Assignees Ca.pt Cook Downing, th jrstwhile Rhoada Dr. Oscar Flener, Mrs. D. L. with the other I fastened the bell pilot of the steamor Evans, iile stop Shultz, Misses Anna Eliito. Kcown, around his neck. Air. Rat promptly NORTHCENTERTOWN. ped off a fiw minutes last trip to Kittye Rhoadji, Ella Hudson AIoKdn- - lacerated my hand. A wit then told S)b. 10. Farmers are all about shake hands with his 'many friends ney,Doesle Taylor, Am Gardner, Bf fie mo to hold the rat by both ears, and done delivering tobacco and have beem here. Capt. Cook whne he was inllotJAlford, Alyrle Allller AWha W41UaiB, I would have 'no difficulty fastening quite busy sowing .beds for anf her of the Rochester mail stoameor Lepra, Pearl Chick Alathews, Clara. Loyy the bell around his 'week, i grabbed crop. , was a daily visitor to this cdty and cana Hoover, jease scnauvan, Keno the cars all right 'aid held th'em fast, Mr. Alvln Rosa anJd family spent Mao but there was the bell on the he Is greatly missed by bis friends Jones, Bessie Alford, Anna floor; Saturday night and Sunday with rel" and the traveling public. Capt. Cook 's Baroies, Akna Quinn, Dona Quinn, two hande ware busy with two small atives near" Aiatanzaa at home wherever be bangs his hat Helda Bean, LUUan Bir, Addlo Tay ears, and aa audience at the barn door M4bb Awm Carter Je now ' looking at me. and he's a "Sailor with a sweetheart (or Mar garotte Jthoads. a winter school at ' AVaJton's. " "" " at every port" The girls Baesi to The Epworth league (gave a banquet "My situation then may fairly jjiu,. Creek school house- ''eest nacherly," take to thehnI-som- e lost Friday night and all that went trate what we Democrats are n H. H. Davis obiameaeed sehool but pilot and wha it conies & "de- toporteu a nice time. V against inthe mUerr0f Tarkff WlheaHh preatlOmj.fremkoam- livering the goods'" Capt OokV the " . We've getftke Tariff by tho pWJhijtrtooJ. f t limit. ears, OQUung fast wlthwo hand. All ,'Wrs' SWai' Maddox Metiw. and eh4ldrn OPENS RESTAURANT. That Resolutlow of Respect are w need to do is 'revtae it; take the of sHi West Providence- vtolnky are- J"'--- Mr. Ben Sh spier of Calhoos, has published la The Republican at the Rrotectloa out of It"; put jtt on VhrtUPtt' In dhU aninui'.l4v opened a reatauwjt in the lkr build- rate of two cents per Use, six, word basis. ,Tfee dowtry la 4Wa week. '' ... ing on Main street Mr. SimdV re- averaging a line. Please do sots&od w&Wlsdr (for imiiul liu o ' LMtfejMtw Margarete Bentoae&t,. . sided la RockjKrt. several years ago. obituaries to The Republican without we let go with onehaadthe .otfcvr u aer grasur " MINtiRfe IDLE. 'espehBg. to 'pay for pSMMMton' bf Km. Meay1-- imUia Ceater- The mines hasbeeu shut dqwa for this kind of matter. In all cases asd the RpufbWcaos will wsitoh the iawB. ,jh throwing targe cash HHiet aeectapasy oblttMries un- pejorBoe with the last &vwo iMr, and M, W. 0. Afcy have numbV of jsen out, efeflsplcyinaaiL ykh this Ttoea. law you have an ,. ovJ to ihnic here." oKlee. All mfrttek for Chunooc, etc uwna IV Mr. O., Basket taiew BaryittgaU,','' . Dr. Chas, R, Layoa aur Mpulaf Where aaoaey is to be derived, governCEKTSMOWri. n oathiaKmU alaJ4ikrBiJr.arrIer a, Febs15,Haraw are buny eaag-e- d Mr, N. WbrtU g uafllU4 to w dstlt, is spaadtec a few. "Weeks r.t ed by same eo4itie M Gladeang where be 1 do tog ahwra- ' U f,lBr' 'liaeftlUotitwBe Ubm up, os tlve buefoeM. Dr. Owwlty ta hard to beMt whn t coms to dntWry awd aa mi all anwwd good feUow he ciwisot be xoalled. AN OLD RBLIC Mr. j. c. Williams, tk loeal undertaker "tmm an Pipe at" Psace that ho fmad while hotaein a corn- fdotd on his' fathers term over 60 yc&is ago. The plp'o to eonwtruetcd out of motal and ds so doubt orvr a hundred years old. The boN twWl AoW almost a flftck of totacoo and it Is still In a good condition. Air. Williams prizes the old rUc highly. He keeps It at hte undertaking establishment on Mala street wheo it can bo seen any timo. PLEASANT ENTERTAINMENT. Tho earnest workers of the Presbyterian church enitertanicid the people of Rockport with a vaJontlco party at he Opera houso Tuesday night The affair was quite a success. HOGS PLAY HAVOC. on Spring street The sidawadks have almost disappeared the rails have rusted and rotted away and tho hogs have rooted the planks out and the streets put one In mind of the deserted city of Alrdrla. It can he said without any exaggeration ithat the side walks in Rockport are in a wornse con dltlon than any to,wn In Kentucky, and the" trouble ds no effort whatever is being made to repair them. Ifert Only a Few More Days ... TO GET YOUR ... Dry Goods Ladies' Cloaks, Clothing and General Merchandise At Prices That Will Astonish You AT" OUR Determination Sale! Lasts Until February 25 COME AND SEE FOR YOURSELF. Ceiitertow,ii, Ky. -- lai-rr- o - com-nle.- ng w'y t logls-latio- a.' - lappwK v"jbw'm Tor we. Blee,,'-,-WshlsAt- aout (hwear -- .efclt-urark- t M(V PA Thanks To . r i,l We want to extend to our in, I IX.il friends our most sincere thanks for their very eral patronage during our big Kum Down Sale and to assure you that it will be our plan as heretofore to keep our store well filled with a complete stock of seasonable at the very est prices. When in need call on us. "T " - Remember it Pays to Trade. With a House That Saves I $r$SW3JSS Hartford Republican. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17. (6b You Money. BOHlhBonad. No.l31duell:S5.m. p.m. No. in doe No. 181 doeS-Up- . llllnolsCentralRallroad-TI- m At Beaver Dam Ky. Nertb Bound. I Table. IHO.lK0U4 05 5 tn. o.l32ao12.28p.m. Ho.l03do::8p.m. m M. H. & E. Railroad Time Table at Hartford, Ky. -- T (' - Time table effective Sunday IDec. 4th, contains the following schedules: No. 112 Noitli Bound due 7:29 a. m. ' daily except Sunday. 114 North Bound due 3:40 p. m. No. ' dally except Sunday. No. 115 South Bound due 8:55 a. m. daily except Sunday. No. 113 South Bound due 1:46 p m. dally except Sunday. H. E. MISCHKE Agt ' Mr. E. C. Balrd, route 7i was a c caller Saturday, ' ' Mr. jamis T. Davis, of Sutinyidalo, was a called Wednesday. Bom to the (wife of James MlUeT, near Sunny dale, on. January 31, a hoy. Mr. T. J. Morton was here from Island, Ky., Sunday to visit his mother, Mrs. Ella Morton, and other negatives. Mr. and Mrs. Boone ooy'are the par eata of a new twelve pound boy. Dr. J. '.A. Duff', of Dundee, attending phy sician. A, c. Yelser & Co., the real- cstato v5; and Insurance people, have fitted up an excellent eulte of rooms over jaimes "- U. WIAliame' drue store. - .?, fbr.ttoe Eastern market, where he.wlll purchase goods for bte stoore. The. Cheapest Place of Earth to buy '.. Mr. J. D. Reed, proprietor of the, Now York Store, will leave next (week , ' talirkl$4B.,of .SeedThe jmi . OHIO COUNTY ssuir tx'-J-' Hartord.( Ky, " VfcK'V 'w r-- Mr. Robert Duff and family, who 'wwved from this city to Fordsvllle. aovei to Dundee Tuesday, where,Mr. Sfalforfcl axbtaakamtthBhop do DtaseB od Quarters double duty spent at our 5, 10 and coueter. 36 ce astf HARTFORD GROCERY CO. CW1 lor Pasco Old Fashioned Ly Jfc4Ury Highest Hnmt-- r , tta." Prise suae aa ethsw. PARSONS & Q0V11,L1, qo. auv ' Ntaketo .; i , . 1Mn ' 'ik qua. Mr. Ollle wilon, mmmger of the We desire our ubscrlbcrfl and readmammoth genmal titoro of The VH-se- a ers to understand thH our now rule Company at Fordsvllle, transacted in reference to charge for obltuark .bwliicss in Louls-Hlih:s .week. of respect docs net and rescJu'-iionapply to news notes ruportimg dea lis. and Mrs. Clarcmce Kootwn and cMklrcn returnwl to Fcindsvlllo Tues- These will be .published free, as ueuaI, day after a visit with tho formor'a ns tlio first notice is 'of a general intrfrst, while tlio resolutions and pwents, Mr. and Mrs. c. P. Koriwn. oibitunarifs aro of Interest only to th0 PAIISONS & SCOV1LLE, CO. 20t4 Mrs. Mary IXndley, nair Llrmorc, Immediate ro.'ativeB wife and and Mrs. Ora Stovonaof Encluwood, Mr. Hardin Tweddtll and Rev. F. G. Jones, of Drakcsboro, UttJo daughter, Lorine, otf Crafton, Colo., ara the guests of their broth- Ky., are viettlng Mr. TIjvuIiJuU'b moth- f errand ste'.tr Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Bar- - mention" of whose lllnosa ,was mado iv?puulican last week, died in er, Mrs. Josle TwcddcU, near palo, nett. . Sunday. He was a Baptist minis4; this week. Mr. Albert Eaushn, vt Missouri, ter of prominence, and well known reit.urned'ito ChicaMrs. E. arrived in tWs courfy Tuesday for In this county as well as adjoining go, WodnEday, after a vlalt of a fow s. a moniihs visit to frlenda ar.d counties. Tho deceased was Itho fath(days here, tho sliest of her fin3n:s, Only about a month ngo bo er ,of Miss Florcnco Jonrs, who llv-y- l Way land Alexander and Dr. and Men. recovered from a severe attack of bore for somo time. Hp lenves a wife her children. smallpox. diughter and four sons. His reimalnB All kinds of Feed Stuff, Chicken Mrs. John J. McIIenry and little were Interred at Uie areonjvillo cejme-tnr- y Grits and Shells, and Seed Oats for yesterday. son, Hiwry D., of Louisville, nrefcere libsale by, for an extended visit wiith Mrs. JenIn Jiis Issue of Tho Republican will W. E. ELLIS, Tho Produce Man. nie T. McIIenry. Mr. McHenry, wto be found th0 announcement of Hon. 27W Hartford Ky. oamx? down Saturday wihh his wife, W. S. Dean, of tho Sulphur Springs Mr. J03 Ward and daughter, Miss reiturntd Saturday afternoon. precinct, as a candidate for Agues, of Ccntertqwn, woTe caMers The many friends in Hartford nnd tlon for Representative of Ohio counSaturday, and wo were pleased to shoV and Ohio county will regret t learn of tie ty. Mr. Dean has mado a faithful, them through our newspaper Representative, and he death of Prof. Jchn Well Petty, which painstaking plant Job printing - only becomes a candidate for Sun1s ithe season to buy Poultry occurred at Rochester, Ky., last Now after being urged to do fco by uay, Tnerc was perhaps no school Feed. Buy an HONEST FEED. Quak his many friends in. both parties all clean- teacher in this county who was butor Hon and Chick feed Is the ter.' known than Prof.Pcii.ty. His re- oyer the county. If nominated Mr. est and best on ithomarkot. by a handmains wore taken to Fordsvllle early Dean will bo CO. 29t4 PARSONS & SCOVILLE, Tuesday, where tho funeral and In- some majority, and the county will be Cflpt. J. M.'DaWeeseTof Owent3,bon, assured of a strong Representative at terment took .place that aftercccm. was hero Sunday In consultation iwKh Frankfort during the coming session A meeting of the Ohio County Far of Col Woodyard and Lieut Butfler, of the .Legislature. Mer-chandi- se Frankfort, concerning Company H. mers' Mutual Telephone Co. was held Among those who have remember-odu- s at.the office of Supt. Leach, Monday. the local military company. either by becominng new subImportant matters connected with inlowWhen you seo" the brand PASCO renewing since our last grocery line, It stalling a switchboard In Hartford scribers or on anything In the were discussed, and it is assured lih.it issue are: S. C. Taylor, Natchez, La., Is the best that we knttw how to buy 4 it'will be only a short time until' tho W. A. Hill, Ceralvo; E. C Balrd, R. for the money. system working heTe. Rooms have F. D. No. 7; W. G. Bennett, route 29t4 PARSONS & SCOVHjLE Co. been rented over the Ohio County 7; H. F. Lowe, city; J. T. Wedding, Mr. H. B. Taylor and family and Supply, Co., for use of the new ex- route 6, J. A. Sapp, route 6; Richad Mrs. B. F. Zimmerman, of Louisville, Llles, Ft. Russell, Wyo., W. F. Stevchange. were called here on account of the ens, route 3; Mrs. J. D. Stewart, Totewa Tribe of Red Men, of OWons Dundee; R. L. Barnard, St. Louis, death of Mr.MV. H. Taylor, returned bono, is makilng preparations to en- Mo.; to their homes Sunday afternoon. T. H. Allen, Stanley, Ky., S. T. gray over- tertain ithe State Council to be held Chick, and E. P. Taylor, Beiver Dam; OVERCOAT LOST-Jjo- st, coat, on Hartford and Livennore road at thir wigwam in Owensbcro next L. L. Porter, route 7; Dr. J. A. Duff, Tuesday afternoon, January 10, near Slay. Thei committee having the ar- Dundeer Richard Baker, Taylor Wines Llvemore, Ky., Reward If returned rangements in charge has been making Mrs. Matilda E. Tinsley, city; A. B. great progress and anitiolpaUs hav- Stanley, and Rev. G. H. Lawrence, to William Schroader, Olaton, Ky. ing one of thee most Interesting meet- Beaver Dam. Leave your Laundry at Cleve Iler's ings ever held Quite a number of grocery. Work guaranteed and prompt Lieut Col. Thomas Woodyard and Red Men from this city will aitend Agent for Madisonvllle delivery. the council, and a tine time ds antici- Lieut. Riley Butley, of Frankfort, wtio Steam Laundry. Madisonvllle Ice & pated here Saturday and SuniJay to make by all. Laundry Conmany. Incorporated, if a survey of the property of tho local The following marriage license hiavc military comrnny, Company H. of FordsvMe' Mr. C. B. Carden, has bought the general morohandis' been issued since our last issue: 0- expressed himself as pleasstock of J. Hi JlQldenmani and Son! H. Duncan, ago 26, to Sadie King, age ed with the general condition nf 17, Narrows, route 2; C. L. Evans, at that place and will add the and the manner It was kept olonir in hie jrfwrv stock nwir tn age 21. to Eff ie Farmer, age 21, Fords in the armory. Lieut. Butler, who is ville; J. F. Harder, ago 23, to Minnie now connected wKh tho Adjutant GenTUay Hotel. J esse eral's office, Is quite well known "to iwlth Stone, age 18, Fordsvlllo; Swee- t- Clover Seed; sow la Craig, ago 21, to Dora Brown, age 21, many He of the soldier boys here. wheat, rye or In pastures, in March; Mr. Harrison Kuykendoll, of liatan-za- s, with oats in April or harrow in by Rosine; E. M. Hatcher, age 20, to served with many of them during L- was a caller Monday. Seed 3 Wllllo Bishop, age 18, Oentextoiwn; itself in April or May. the night rider troutoes and was on Mr. and Mrs AJ, Davenport, of f measured bushel. Bokhara Seed Co. F".' Hoover, age 23, to Nonnle Ray the encampment at inidlanapoltswith Johnson, age 16. Wysox, were callers atf this office Falmouth, Ky. our boys, a( that time he was 31tl. A y Tuesday. SeTgt. of the Hopkiusville Many of the farmers throughout the The balloons sent up toy Oarscn company. Col Woodyard and Lieut. Stewart, routed Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Uu9liy engaged in burnand Co. Saturday, with orders tor mipr county-a- re Ow4, are parents of a boy that arrive chandise were found by the following ing plant beds, and sowing gross and Butler left Sunday afternoon for Tuesday. For several weeks It ensboro where they made a survey of Stevens, two; Miss Elsie clover seed. Mrs. Lon Mr. Nick Schapmlre arrived jWodm the the property of Company C. Bennett one; Mr. Earl Mauzy, one; hasbeen entirely too wet for day aftennooni from Illinois for a shovi and the little daughter of Mr. Zack farmers to attempt to burn their SMALLHOUS. plant beds, but the open weather, :iqg, one. visit (here with this parents. Feb. 15 M.rs. J. C. Bennett, Us visitwhich has prevailed during the past Scores of remarkable values In our Much, interest was taken in Barnard feiwt days, , has'afforded them an ex ing her sister Mrs. Annie Crumbeck-e- r new 5, 10 and25.cent Department. and Company's contest last Friday r at Central City. 28tf HARTFORD GROCERY CO. to the one bringing 1m the largest cellent opportunity to begin tholr Miss Altha Addington is a guest spring work. In several etcions the Mr. Abraham Shapero, the Fords-vill- e load of ladies. On account of a of of her sister, Mrs. Berry Bishop, near merchant is spending (thte week misunderstanding the prize iwas given farmers have completed the work She will sowing grass and clover seed, but West Providence church. In the Eastern markets, buying goods. to Mr. Holland Shown and Mr. Erthere are a number who have not visit relatives at Central City before 5 In Mr. Guy Forrester, 'Uuo KaPubtycan's nest Moxley, each getting returning home. more than started the work. linotype operator, spent Saturday and merchandise- Mrs. Uavrtis Fulkerson nnd Miss Sunday with his parents at Earling-toMr T. Wade Stmtton, of Cromwell Ethel Hunter will leave Wednesday Among those from 'out of town here Friday to attend the funeral of Mr. Past Sachem of Atabaska Tribe No. for a weeks visit to friends in CenWe have for sale strictly pure (New William Harrison Taylor iwere: Mr. 256 Improved Order of Red Men at tra City. Orleans Molasses, right from the plan- John Barnes, Mrs. Lizzie Taylor, Mr. that plcae, has announced his candiMrs. N.B. Fulkerson. has returnof tation. ed from a visit to her daughter Mrs. and Mrs. J. P. Stevens, Mr. and dacy for the office of Groat Keqper HARTFORD GROCERY CO. Mrs. Lee Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Horace Wampum, which office is to be fAUed T. L. Withrow at Central City. expiration of tho present term Mrs. Oppie Kittlnger and children Mr.sLco. GUatrap has returned to Taylor, Mr. and Mrs.' Sam Taylor and at the next May. The election will be held Oscar, Albert and Gladys went to Oklahoma City, Okla., after a visit of Mr. Dick Barn da, at Owensboro at the GTeat Council. Monday. several weeks with his parents at Capt J. G. Keown left Tuesday for Mr. Stratton is kell known here and Hartford and returned Mr. Jess Klrtley hag returned from Cromwell. Louisville, where this week he attend- his many friends will be glad to see Hartford where he has been tho past ,J31r. Jesse Klrtley, of Smallhous, ed a meeting of the. .traveling sales- him elected to this office. Hestan.a Barnard who ousted Barnard and Co., dur- men of the J. L Case Threshing Ma- high among the leaders In the Great week helping in the sale at & So's. Store- (has re- chine Co. After adjournment of the ing tbe "Come Down"' sale, Council, and there is hut It'Jtfle doubt W. E.Fulkerson, Herman Addingturned home. salesmen, Capt. Keawn iwlll leave for If he will even have opposition. ton Misses Nan Addington and Ethel Mr. Marvin Miller, official steno Henderson, where he has change of Miss Katie Baley daughter of Char Withrow went to Hartford Monday. grapher in this Judicial District, spent the office for the Case Co. Mrs. Sarah Greer Is at the bedside les Bailey, deceased, died Sunday Sunday with his family at Owoiiaboro Miss Willie Bishop, daughter of morning at the homo of her sister, of Mrs. Beck Tichenor who Is Quito returning for count here Monday. Mr, and Mrs. Eden Bishop, and Mr. Mrs. Charles KlssingeT, near Fords- - IU. B. M. Hatohev boi of CenteTtown, vlUe Miss Bailey bad been lnrbad Try a can of Pasco Cora and The farmers In this vlolnity have sugar Were married Wednesday night at healthy for some time but was difference. It's1-rebeen quite busy putting up' telephone, the home of the bride, In the presCorn. Costs no jmore than others. 111 but a Bhont ilrae. poles. They are going to put boxes PARSONS & SCOVILLE, CO. ence of a largo number pf friends. She Is survived by two sisters, Mrs. In and have a good time alklng to 29t4 Both are prominent young people of Charles 'Kissinger, of Fonde.vlHe.Mrs. their neighbors. B. A. Thomas Improved Stock and eerepiony was pro- Ida Evans, that place- Miss Ethel Withrow is & guest of of Deleware. and one Poultry Remedy, and IJog Powder nounced by iReVt 3. W. Jgchenar- Zene Baykof Rome, Ky. her aunt Miss Nancy Addinigton. Sold by Every package guaranteed. Mra. Bettie Fulkerson Is on the Tlie remains weretfiiten to OwensThe Ruifili has'aijylnl W. E. ELLJS, The Produce Man, . Come boro Monday wher&7Jlrv funeral was sick list. ta jawtfre to nronnA Hartford, Ky, Mrs. John Barnard who is quite IU and see us'ler your stock 'VriaUng. conducted from the- - First Baptist Mlse Gertru'do Wright, wlU 1cav You know we mill treat you right and church,- - and the remains Interred In at her home hjMr here is ao much for Cincinnati,, wefe (she will give you more for your money than the Utlca church burying ground. better. study the spring mlllnery styles you Mrs. W. T. Laurence, of MublcflT can got eSe where. We ore lire- - At 5 o'clock Wednesday afternoon and purchase goods for .Barnard pared u torn out all kinds of prinMug burg county, was a guest of Mrs. Fak'& Co., the dry good merchants, and Co. Satisfaction anaeunced the winner in the dot Robert Hunter and family Tuesday. neatly and proaipitly. ( 'Mr, and'Mrei Howard Gray,-o- f St.' guanfMirteedU Don't tall to see us be- coua&Bg 'contest, on the balloon that ( Mr, Jlaonle Rlcbardn and daugh 'coaa-acttojJohiw.V KsaL. 'are VIsHIbV'Hob. and fore for your printing. waVoo exhibition In lhelr widow for ter L,iuieare on uovsick list. Mrs. Mag Faught is quite Sick. and DViwd iMrs. Mrs. H. "P. Taylor, The State convention, of , the the 'ppSt' week. Mrs. J. A. Howard, ,, ... ..- a uray m M. u. resoieion. M1 iw'nnor of the M e of route No, 1, was the Woodman of the, world First Christian Church. . Taylor and Dr. Pea- W!Cof hid to Madtsoavljlo beginning March handsome rug. She guessed, 4065, Bible School every Sunday at 2;30 teon.v while'' the r'eal number of dots oa the 14, and continuing three days. From a VJ x one to three delegaten from every balWa was 4068. Mrs. R. R. WI-dlnjj.- and com amnion ser vlce-- at 3:30 p.'ia. WANTHD 09 V. S. ,A$MY: Prayer meeting lecture by potior oa his city, only missed toy unmarried we&v bftW'ea aeae oamp la Keajuoky will attend tod Vewty two people came BH)Ie school lesson for feHcvwteg Sun vMonUi are exand of 18 and 36: dtlxeu U.VfiiiUA States, ab&ut ukm 'bundrwl Training Cass reof toed charaaier and tomporttte hab- - pected. A 90iAttee of thirty have wWjHfl. one hundred 6f the correct day, and Teachers arrangements mayor. Oyer 350 guesses were" made citation, every Friday night who oaa- Mak VmA aad write bewBi,ppiBed to make Sunday Preaching ovefy fourth an4jsMich Interest was taken In the ta ancTt tonft.,. Tmr Mbma- - to eciitwtalf thte vast somber of ingagttd const Some gueee were as high morning and evening". Everybody Inr, Mala apd roosaii are btag tle apy,te HamMmg ' aa'SMOO.' vited to attend web abrvlce. 36 U. daily Bmvw Drm Kyi l MailsoavHle. JnTW rN-- .l. r$$S&M$ .. ... a. V. niKMtfjr ...... rcwnmt 1 XTA. mw M Yovx from LoulvlHe- : J. IL Roberts, pcoprkitor of the general feed store at Fcrdv.a!e, w a pleftwnt caller Monday, Hart Brand Pcwb are tho finest Jn the world. Don't take our word for It but try a can, and bo convinced. ncuwtey S i CIRCUIT COURT WILL CLOSE TODAY After Session of Two Were Returned. The present term of Ohio Circuit Court will close this mornm. it huB been a very busy soss'on nnd a great denl oMUsIncs has been disposed of. The grand Jury adjourned Wednesday having retorrtd in all eighty seven indlctnienitB. That Is perhaps tho largest number cf indictments ever returned by nn Ohio county grand Jury. Moro tlian one third of tills number was for unlawfully selling liquor and about. twenty five against to for failing list property for taxation Tho following cases havo been dis posed of since our last rtport. Ephrem Brown, vs. I. C. R. R. Co. verdict of Jury $C0 for plaintiff. Sheridan Rusher vs. L. II. nnd St. for L. R. R. verdict of jury $35 plaintiff. Ora Troll vs. I. C. R.R. Co. verdict of Jury for defemlnnt. N. H. Balzo vs. L. II. and St. L. It R. verdict of Jury $100 for plaintiff. Leroy Condor vs. J. W. Condor verdict of Jury $400 for plaintiff. Ivan H. Arnold vs. I. C. R. R. Co. verdict of jury, $60 for plaintiff. Com'th for the use and benefit of J. C. Withrow vs. W. 11. Blackburn and others, verdict of Jury, $287.30 for plaintiff. Ed. R. Ashby vs. M. D. Asbby verdict for defendant. Bessie Hurt. vs. I. C R. R. Co. for defendant. S. P. McDowell vs. M. H. nnd E. R. R. Co. verdict of jury $750 for plan-tif- f. ts -- nj Jr, s Weeks-Ei- ghty Seven Indictments 16 r'lla-Mve- re-ole- Com'th. vs, ClarenceDlljnrd. charged with detaining a woman, verdict of Jury guilty. Minerva. McKenney vs. J. P. Miller verdict for defendnnt. John M. Graham vs. M. H. and E. R. R. on trial. RENDER. Feb. 14. Mr. James Stephens, of Central City, was hpio last Wednesday tho guest of his son, Simon. Mrs. Harry EvTly wont to Rock-po- rt last Thursday. Mr. Edward T. Hughes, of Central City, was here last Thursday. Mrs. Charles Roarlc and bon, Martin, of Rockpou were here Thursday the guests of Mrs. Roark's daughter, " "" " Mrs. Charles Fulkerson. Mr. J. w. Bier, of Louisville, was here Friday, representing the Louisville Herald. He secured Mr. D. W. Gwyn, Jr., ns agent at this place. Mra Chnnlee Fulkorson went to Rockport, Friday. Mr. A. S. Taylor movtd with his family from this place to Beaver Dam, Friday., Mr.'j. E. Smith ,was ini Beaver Dam, Saturday. Mrs. Etta Lelp went to Rosine, Saturday. Mr, Granville Stewart went to Nelson, Sunday. Mr. Marvin Warner went to Oenitral City, Sunday. Mr. Buck Hudson, of Taylor Moines, was hero Sunday. Messrs. Carl Stevens andWm. Doling, of Hillside, were hero yesterday. Mr. B. E. Hess, of Central City, y on legal bu&lness for washore the Central Coal and Iron Co. Dr. H. B. innes is convalescing slowly from a serious attack of rheumatism and neuralgia pains, with which ho has been suffering for gome time. Dr. J. O. McKenney. of Taylor MineB, is attending to Dr. innefl practice until he recovers. Mtb. Bello Parsons la on the sick Ust. Mr. Simon Stephens' is able to be out again after an attack of pneumonia. Mr. T. H. Baize has moved from thit place to Simmons. Mr. C. C. Hlnes haa moved from here to Matanzas. to-da- nj Quar-termas.- er ' i n. -- al Te v. Will Marry an Indian. Miss Madeline Sullivan, tup Chicago heiress, is determined to become the alIndian, hrldo of a though her mother, Mrs. Minnie K Sullivan, is doing everything in her power to prevent her, The girl la infatuated with Plenty Hawk a Crow Indian whom she met while. traveling In theAY1- A few days ago,. Ms fiuiliyan left home, leaving a note'for'lier mother eoyJnfc.she had gone to Cheytmno to marry the Indian. Mrs. Sullivan has wired tho Indian agent " tllat clt' requesting that he use his powr and lujtutwco to prevent tho ceremony. Plenty Hawk is said to be about forty years old, vry hauiiseiue and very rich. He is a vcriatbw ant being six feet six inches tall, and is a widower with five children the eldest being over twenty. Mifw BuUfran is only ulaeteen yearn eld.iPiiS'' full-bloodfull-blood- ed to-d- hle-bodi- of fif-tc- e; i, rt '0t .' .',, J A tfll TELEMMFI KEY Tl . Jfai IMMENSE FORTUNE Who Discovered one That Fi T wC ,Pa,a pnl Ihen 'TaKelt Easy is to Lick Jack Johnson Gets $25,000. i w yC A ocntUicd chtck ,for $2C,000 haa a iuet .' tinmf' handViil to BUI Stdnt, jiwllroad telegrapher, far relinquishvX ' Vt ing all, claim to li'ufJnesa relations t To net the best of B&cKache Oklahoma tho with ,Carl Jtonrls Get a Box of ' Giant"? who thinks lio will defeat Jack Johnson, some, day. A year ago Stone was dmwJng $22 Anti-Pai- n a "wwk from n railroad "that runs through Sapulpa, Tuba and Oklahoma Otherwise Backache City and never dramad itbat ltbe"e May get the heat of you was good fortune ahead. Nothing disturbs the human Stonfe was a fight fan, however, systcin more than pain whether every iltao touching on tho and road it be in the form of headache, Jeffries-Joh- n backache, neuralgia, stomachache san mill. He toow a or the pains peculiar to women. engineer, too, clgantlc locomotive Dr. Miles' Anti-Pai- n Pills are a who was all wrapped hp In, the Reno standard remedy for pain, and jnrff and trigethier .they dbrCu&ed it arc praised by a great army of orligriover possible. men and women who have used them for years.' Wben the big engineer, Carl JUorrls "A friend was down with LaGrippe oti ihe flash from S'xoe ithat Johnand nearly craied with awful backache. Till and left son had .won the battle la5t July he I cave her one Anti-Paianother for her to tale. Thejr helped huge 'torn climbed dawn from the her ripbt away, and the says the will bopse and declared that he Intended never be without them acain." Mrs. G. H. Webb, Austinburc, O. to booome a prize fighter for ithe sole At all druggists 25 doses 25 cents. iwpoge 'of whining the negro. Mor MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind. ris own eexaouy wkxw npw po iwe&m New Stnnglesj Green Pod . J3.70 Bushel Thomas Sanders, Dundee. Wednesday Jthe task until State suggested tiat Imp. Kidney Was 4.so Bushel after the second' McMday In February, Davis New White Wax . . J4.75 Bushel ihpy should go into pantnorahlp, the Wednesday after 2nd Monday in May, Cunie's Rust Frooi Wax . J4.J0 Bushel 'Wednesday after 3rd Monday In August, PEAS former as tho fighter and the latter Order Your Magazines Now Wednesday after 2nd Monday in NovemExtra Early Alaska . . . J3.50 Bushel ber. New Early Gradus . . . . $5 so Bushel an ih3 manage1. Kentucky whiskey were shljiipkjd from I C. V. Miles. Fordsville. Thursday after Horslord's Market Garden . $$.$0 Bushel soon be time that most readIt will Summing up their combined fJmlan-xsi- al thdaclty 2nd Monday in February, Thursday after Buckbee'a Llshtnlnc Express Ivoo Bushel y ito N'ow Yorkt clubs ers of current literatures and magaf.,11 Una rj 2nd JlOndaV in nn.l a I 4.. B.JI.1. Aiay, xuursaay alter resources they disco vieneld that Dispatch in Sunday Tribune. zines will be making up their lists Seeds, rianls and Bulbs at lowest crowing prices.' 3rd Monday In August, Thursday alter nibout a thousand dollars' could be Send (or complete catalogue or submit a list ol 2nd Monday in November. J. Li. Pflttnn. Tffllnh. VHddV nft.r nrt and will Quote rncts.drawn out of the savings .banksl They What imollaw dreams of .barreled Bliss for the new year. I am representa- your requirements tne grower save Monev. uuy airect irom Monday in February, Friday after 2nd tive for any magazine or ,peridoical Write today. Mention this paper, Monday in May, Friday after 3rd Monliving ex- Are conjured up by .news like this Deeded .that much to pay day in August, Friday after 2nd Monthat you may want 1 will furnish penses, after resigning from the em- Old Tiber, in ibis twamdost day, day In November. Such goOdieE' floods as this array, you them singly, or make you a cut K6S ploy- of he railroad. HARTFORD POLICE COURT. tvMetSl, toitfeti Sfii'Fnr.i;"'R(Klfor,tt Knew not, and Romans tn their ease, price where you take more 'than one. C. M. Crowe, Judge; O. B. Llkens.CIty gtoae th en hustled forth a majtoitt and Attorney; Sam Riley, Marshal; Court these-NeMake any kinds of combinations or convenes second Monday in- each month. Wonis' first scrap netted a efw Jhun-dn- Were .poor indeed compared with Yorkers who onay live at will clubs. All renewals acc'epled, and City Council-- J. H. Williams. Mayor; Another fight yielded dollars. R. T. Collins, Clerk: S. K. Cox, Treasi In home stored .products of the still given the same attention as new suba similar amount and the partnigrs From Old Kentucky's Molds of .grain Money and Keep in urer. Members of Council, T. R. BarLadies! ave nard, W. J. Bean, W. M. Fair, Pen scriptions. Call on, write' or tele Soon .became greatly encouraged. Taylor. W. E. Ellis, E. P. Moore. Style by Reading McCalT Whcssa irrigation is Jhe rain, . phone, NEY FOSTER, J. T,?c00l,TTlslee-- J- s- - Glenn, chairman;. Morris was pitted against Marvin Kinsley, Secretary, C. M. Barnctt, juices rising to the sky. Magazine and Using McCall Pattens y?- - Crowe and Dr. The Republican Office, Hartford, Ky. Hart' and as the latter (was Jmtoiciked In M. E. B. Pendleton. No Horace, in Palenian rhymes. McOH's Maratiat will into a cocked hat the Oklahoma RELK3IOU8 SERVICES. help you dress stylMYALL'S HACA7JHE Gould picture half the joyous times Giant suddenly acquired iwldespjiead ishly at a moderate Notice to Subscribers. M. E. Church South-Servi- ces WhUch for the pmeswit arc at rest monrlnc expense by keeping and evening every notoriety. you posted on tho. day in each month. first and third SunAnd wadtlnig in KenCwcky's .beat When you fall to get your Sunday School 9:45 latest fashions in Several professional snanagons, meeting every Wednespaper regularly notify this clothes and bats. W a. hi. And when cold Manhattan olay day evening. Rev. Virgil Elgin Pastor. Woodman Tom Jones Joe Kew Fashion Designs Baptist Church Services every Sunday AVe have no means Is moistened in this joyous way, office. lu each issue. AUo morning and evening. and Bill JlcCarney, promptly wired The Sunday School valuable- information ,15 a. m. Prayer meeting every Wedwhatever of knowing if you hard, comendted' streets will ou all home and Morris, offering tbolr s&v&&&, tonesday evening. Rev. !be a Blue GTas pasture dieam. J. W. Bruner, Only do not get your paper, unless matters. pastor. gether with tempting money (propos- To 60c a year. Including you notify us, and we want Christian Church Services every fourth W. J. Lamptor,, Ntw York Oity. a freo pattern. Subitions. But the big fellow fcuxntfi hunday at scribe today or send School 2:30 u a. m. and 7 p. m. Sunday every one of our subscribers p. m. Elder W. B. Wright for free sample copy. th6e telegrams over to Stone and to got The Republican every McCall P.ttenu will enable you to make In your C. P. Church-Servi- ces worry. told him not to first in Trustee's Sale. own bomo. with your own bands, clothing fpr each month .at 11 a. m. andSunday m. week. 7 p. yourself and cbildrcn which, vf 111 he perfect "Wll stick together, Bill, and Sunday Scooi ?:. , lu stylo and fit. Price nono lilchcr iban 16 make a fortune," said llowis. "vou In. the District Court of tho United cents Send for freo Pattern Catalogue. ( SECRET SOCIETIES. When you change your ad W. Will Chi Too Fine PmtnU Tor' getting sub"wero willing to take a chance, and States for the Western District of a mHartford Lodce No.' B7S dress notify us promptly, scriptions among your frlcndi. Heiid Tor free meets, first nd. third. Mondajwnlght iir1 I'jav.not'j going fnewzeyau out," Kentucky, OwensboEo Division. rremliim Catalogue and Cash True Ofler. and give your old address as paCL0"i!!- - .P Li!unter. W. M.. THE McCAlt C0MPANT, 239 to Z49 Vol 374 St, HEW VORI Along came a wealthy oil man, a fidi- In the matter of Fernando F. Phil - - w. .nwii u.i.ii;iaiy. well as your new post office Keystone Chapter No. 110, R. A. uino tight fan, who 'had seen' 'Morris lips, Bankrupt address meets every third Saturday night M.. in the ring and was convinced (that The undersigned Trustee of the in wCsm&nt1?- - JlPn T- - Woore High Priest; w,VSA.Tln"le2' Secretary. you write to this When above estate, will on Monday, March would make a world's chanxpioni. Hartford Chapter No. S4, O. meets second arid fourth Monday E. S.. office always give your post even- His idea .was to spend, money in Cth, A. D 1911 about 1 p. m. sail Anderson, W. M. Miss " t&ituiii8- - Secretary. office address, for some time 'developing Morris into a Hirst class at (public auction at the courthouse HAVE YOUR SUITS Rough River Lodge No. 110, Knights of pugilist and to introduce him ,to the door in Hartford, Kentucky, to the it Is quite necessary to write Pythian, mectn nverv TuaaHa.. you, and twe hvao no way of J. B. Tappari. 'C. C.' J. NpV i?nator.ii.. trblng public all Over the United highest and best bidder, on a credit rr' Of R. & a, . tolling where you got your States. Ho showed Morris that a of six and twelve months, in equal Hartford Tent" No. 99, K. O. T. M.. ' toar of the leading dtlos (would yield Installments, the following described meets.. every- first rviira Thnr.,i mall, only by looking at the night R. D. Walker. ni Commander: L. P. stamp on ths envelope, and " " perhaps 100,000 for tbo yw or more property, A tract of land near Foreman. Record Keeper. Dye' .and his terms were ouiiaiifne flivp jmo. z, Ij. o. T. M sometimes that it is very Ohio County, Kentucky, bo alluricig .that Narrows, meets every first nnd thtni i7rM.,.i.i, ' JUxp gigantic ing slugger conserved to, bounded as follows. indefinite. (Jone. &ach mpnth; Mr. Attye Grlffln.Lady t Commanders Mrs. Lula Lady ' listen. Beginning at a stone at J. B. ' given Record. Keeper.-and JoinersPendleton. 1SS1. Ladies Do not feel timid In telllocal .No. "But you must take cane of Bill LCalloway'e cornier in D. W. Gray's line . J tnOAtD 'Tot CnfllMln.. J.. .""'tfii" "B'u- n eacn ing us when you have a vis- xt res-- ; Stone! " said Worries. "1 can't itla-QSkatrBB' w- thence. W,. 138 poles to a stone; theno ' Luce S&- ltor; when you or some mem--bSrim down. It would toe rank Ingrati- S. V. 891-- 2 polos to a stone, Tom Hats Cleaned and Acnie Lodge No. 339, I. O. O. F.. meets of your family are going second and fourth Friday night tude. He's got oiothiryg amid bo quit Potty's conner; thence E. 140 poles In Repaired. each month. W. R. Hedrick Noble Grand ' ihis job. If he can bo squared I'll go with Tom Petty's line to a stone; some where. We always want l M. Barnett Secretary. Ohio Tribe No. to print tho news, and can Work and Men, meets second 188. Imp. Order Red thence N. 89 poles to the Deglnnlng. with you." and ' come nearer doing that if you day night In each month. fourth Wednes- 8toue' was Interviewed. He :didn't Containing 80 acnes, more or less, James C. JJenA E- - Pate' ChleI will tell us a few news items. of Recordl yeHsb the idea of giving utp his Did and being same land convoyed to Fer Club $1.00 Hartford Camp, W. O. W. Np. 202 Con-Wend and also of losing- a chumoo to nando F. Phillips .by G. B. Foreman S vS,?" ' Thomaa "Williams; Clerk, Household Helps. manage a champion .but (when the old and wife hy deed dated January ,8, . Preston Monon Post No. ,. G. A. R., man told him hoe could have $25,000 1904, and recorded. Indeed book No. holds regular meetings Saturday before Squeeze a fow drops of lemon tn.'the fnr,,"ir.mUo?day'm.ieacn t. Jfor his end of the cootract Hartford Pressing Glut. Stone 27, page ,224, and toy Walter Calloway water in which potatoes are boiled. month. ' Commander; J- - 3d. Rogers, wavered, it was more monioy Aian--h- by ideod dated April C, 1909, and rec Just before they are done, and "(they ' Y. M. C. A. BLDG., orded in dood book No. 30, page 434 will not turn .black, had ovor dreamed of seeing. A. S. of E. "Bo'Jier take dt, Bill,' adviwd Nor--f- ci Both in, the office of the Clerk of the If soda is mixed with flour in makHARTFORD, KY. National Officers: "You know i may not ha a Ohto County Court President-- M. ing ginger cookies with sour milk inF. Sharp. Narrows, Ky. Vice President-- J. M. Woods. champion after all. Fighting is unr The punchasfer will be required to stead of being dissolved In milk aa ,1a V. Kump, iwctalri. A punch on the jaw has give. bonds for tiie purchase, money the usual way villi bo Jlghitier. Ind. State Officers: 'beaten some of the best fighters. with good personal security, und a Paint that sticks to glas can be reH. M. Froman, Carroll county, Pres. Henderson county Vice It's a lot of money in theie hard lien will be retained lon land to fur- moved iwlth hot vlcigar. P Id tBftrrett' ther secure the payment of the purtimes and you may never have S. B. ltnhprfKnn 1iri.Tnn' v ..In... o Good ateel knives ore better when " OKVTreas. chase price. The bonds shall draw Jn sharpened at intervals ,by a profession chance like it" O. P. H Organizer.Hoemtr. "Wnrrn trnnr c.n. W BtaKMsTSSHMSHCOaB! " "0 So Bill Stone capitulated and kb-o- d tfirost, but tie purchaser will have al. Often arrangements can be made C. Allen, Henry county, and Lat- SPECIAL OFFER: ! a paper releasing the giant front the prlvll(ige to pay the bonds at any with the butcher to itako all knives ,ln VjUi t tHl Kw BattMM. AUU1WUI.V tie Graves. Allen .. AuUt.in. "'" r .W organizers., Mb managomentv time before maturity, by paying tho the house And includo them with, bis V . niake you ear permaiwot customer. Board of Ben Watson. Wnr. prtottllfttlM s!iiUBisdibl ren county; Directors. Barnctt. Ohlq coun"V tako tlie coin," said the principal wi$h Interest to the date of knives for sharpening. This C. M. UUMliMtTnlr.tKlnll(0.tobeMTUl. Is ele-ciail- y f tl4irW-"- t Brooks, Bracken county; R. R. fcikwullMtiiial. I ty; A. HiHardin county, "but wben you in this fal- IKiiyment. 1 l.kRay., 'J DAIUMTKU)TrLltt.MCl convenient in tho country where I and J. F. Doss. I Write tOmy: Mention thit.Fimtr. I low. Johason I'm going to bot ovefy This Jand wi be sod free from any the. butchers cart is frequent visitor; , .dollar of it that you'll win I'm wil- liens and subject to the approval of Beaver Dam.Kv. When one does not use, meat, an ex" UnrtfA,.! LT.. J V, Fprd;Tres.'.HurtiQrJ. ky. ling to go' back iborkto to tbokty If the Qourtt SEND 10 CENTS cellent soup can be made, using salt- I you fall to win back the ctamrp2on-jchi- p 29t4 YANCY 1 MOSELEY, Trustee. ed peanuts wlU mf U. M ullMha(M cpuNTX noAni of education. as ithe base. Grind, the for the white race." Henry Leocb,' Chairman, Hartford.Ky. Peanute, cover with a plot of water I. U D. Tlchenor, Hartford. 1(2 Morris will remain in Oklahoma Cattle Die of Rabies. and allow ,to slmer about :bwo i. B. C. Hartford, lleynolds, Ky. 4ar a few weeks aftr which, he Iwlll hojH. JJaive a pint of tomatoes, an, Glasgow, Ky., Fb. 9.' Several head 3: M. 8. Patterson, r01aton. Ky. vbtigin a long tour. His now (manager Ky. of llvustoick in Glasgow toave jbeen af bnSon 'cl)t:up f ln, salt, (pepper, a ,pn'oh t' Si Wi?di white Hun.Mlnes.Ky. 6., Plumer, Taylor, beMvea the time Is not yet ripe for 6. 3. li. lirewn, Kockport, Ky, flicted "Willi hyidfrojihobla this week.' of spice, Vtcapoonful of sugar, a. pint .making a match .with Johnson, und J por- of hot Water, pooklng. in another ves a that the big towns will pay (to iseo a tervani&iuecowoejoiigingito w. dded and a Udo !)trey caw be- sel- - When ready strain the uut tfqiikl saw who at least looks likoacomdng longing too Jake Oliver In a dying into tho Dtlier, thicken with flour, and is champion. As Morris tnarvclts from condition. Four valuable fox hounds serve in half an hour. A cup of peain one town to another, Bill Stone belonging to Allison. Tnigg dJod this nuts will bo required for a quat of Abe Uitle telegraph office at Sauulpa week '' ' from wh&t is believed to have- soup. "WiU keep tab amd will ,wait dmia-toti- y . Cut up a large tender fowl and been rabies. ' the ho tor the day when the uuws U cows became Just wha or infected ie not known cook in water till done, adding pl&ty XlAVbed to his that Morris is mutually and there fas much unaas-lnHfelt by of salt and a Utile peper. Take, the jgotog to fiht for the JaurolB lost y the citizens. chifiki from the pan, leaving' the v liquid. To one cup of "milk add tbe beaten yolks o two eggB, jtire Barreled Bliss. rbund&d tablespoons of flour,tfoae FOR FLETCHER'S Xouisvllle, Ky., Fdb. 10. Ooe bun rounded t,blapooji of butter, jkayt&&' titty barnelfl of the uldoU juvei lauiMgwoji 01 paJBK-y- , mwwwi f Vj Dr. Miles' Pills -- n Turn tlee UitoTthe JimM In and oookj flr'mlnuted stir Tin mv n ml ihmri-a nitmrtttt . F-BY THE TMUSANDS oy'.e. Corr TyJi ti OitekoBfid C"1' Wr?Jtd'JX' : . D. ningo, Attornsyj 1 two or braJi, bhew Wrrtww, Qhtk; T. I.Fe-Fkils- h bom layer, R wJth x rich crrwt, owt in dla- - Hx, MaaeT jL'omWBer it. T.,poiltea, -Jury T. li. BlMk, Two Million Must ftrisk.rif As- mo4 or clrfllW, wiiA M brflar timn a ckso cover. Bk till brotwned. ltt: "artford. DpuU-- 8. O. Keown an macK. TolTA .Wat a. .H ntf X.AJu. m.O.a . nr' hre sistance Does not. Cirne, m.. cth v puwiiWBS, i'.iv j- . ,III Vj. court eonvena ,ii ... J X' cm w UBjr wmi .. a s8soRfox much thc wBH Ms for -- j... tillr,i vmMiftvnriu Anrll. two weeks In oysters wlthowt tho cream, RdnMiig a eemd Monday In Juno, tfirco weeks; is Predicted. littlo chODued onion. Fill a. hoKow third Mondy in October two weeks. I. County Cpurt. R, U, Wedding, Judfce; loaf w!ith first a layer of itoraaioos, Wnbshingtol, Feb. 13. Uaflcfes re- then Eeaaonlng, anid W. 8. Tlnslcy Clerk, C. K. Smith, At so on wntll it torney, Hartrord. Court convenes first lieved two million peoplin Cdlna is full; bake unltl it is .brown. Monday In each month. starvation. Ihte Ja th0 will die of Quarterly Quarterly Court Begins on calnrnlty predicted by Anvsrieeui Conthe fourth Monday In 'February May, sul General Wilder at Shaikh! in a August and November. A Court of Claims Convenes first Tuescablegram received from Win day In January and first Tuesday In Remedy , by tho American National Red Orosa October. S. Moxfley, Other County Offlcorr-- C. iSociety. Surveyor. lfbrdsvllle, Ky., It F. D. Ely's Cream Balm No. 2: Bernard Felix .Assessor, .Hartappeals Wr The consul general It qulckljr abtorbtd. ford, Ky., 11. F. D. No. 2J Henry Leach, quick assistance for tho miffrtng pcO- - Citei HeMcl at Occe. Vr. A. B. Superintendent, Hartford; ltliey, Coroner, Hartford. plo and ajs that half mdlltoiL dol Itcltnnscs, soothes, JUSTICES' COUHTS. nd lars la nicoded immediately T&oa hdnl disenscilprotects the mem. B. S. Chamberlain, Hartford, Tuesday will bo no crrips until tho'eiJd.iof May brnno resulting from in 3rd after3r,i Monday In March, Tuesday af-iIn describing tho pitiful coijiii tons, Catarrh nnd drives Mnminv June. Tuesday after 3rd Monday in September, Tuesday after Cold in the Mr. Wilder says tho pcones'ln th.; nw.iy a 3rd Monday in December. Jk Jlead quickly. Be. Wednesday afte O. E. Scott, fomlno district are horryfying. Chil- stores the Senses of tf tlHTJ I LYLlI 3rd Monday inCromwell, Wednesday, after March, dren are being given away by tho af- Tasto and Smell. Full Biz"e CO cts.. atDfnff- - 3rd Monday in June, Wednesday after flicted people dead lay by1 the road- gists or by mail. In liquid form, 75 cents. 3rd Monday in September, Wednesday after ,3rd Monday In December. CO "Warren Streot, New York. side and the misery of thfelsufferers Uly Brothers, JOIin 11. Allies, JtocKpori, mior 3rd Monday in March, Friday after is being increased by tho severe cold 3rd Monday in June, Friday after 3rd Monday In September, Friday after 3rd and snow. The famine ainca "stretches Monday In December over a territory 300 by 160 mllies. J. C. Jackson, Ccntertown. Saturday after 3rd Monday In March, Saturday af Rockefellhjr lhas comtirlbut- John D. uuruay aiier Saturday af ed J5.000 to tho relief fund. irrowinp Monday in December. ter 3rd "- " pisni inc orsi. l 1 M. C. Cook, Henfrow, Tuseday after Seasonable Specialties: 2nd Monday in February, Tuesday after BEANS 2nd"Mbnday in Ma?, Tuesdiiy after 3rd Earliest Rfd Valentine . . J3.50 Puthel Mondnry in Aygust, Tuesday after 2nd FOR FLETCHER'S . . ij.aj Eushel (Early Refurce.Eitra Monuay Iff November. CHINESE ARE IYW Wn the pmn Directory ?"; j,.. Ttte, Tui jhrsvox4L&, 0. M. BAimirr 0. K.SlHTa lARNET 4t SMITH, ArroRNEfs HARTFORD -- la - .., at Lav i 0 KY., .' ill practice their profession In all th courts of Ohio and adjoining eei and' Court of Appeals. Sp df(iU eLirniteWj-tendon given to all buinr to their care. Collections oj... the Prae- -' tlce of Criminal and Heal Estate Law Specialties. ing. Office in rtepubllcaa build'I i Reliable CATARRH FRANK L. FELIX, Attorney at Lay, HARTFORD, KT. Will practice his profession in Ohlei and adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeals. Criminal practice and Collections a Specialty. Office in the, Her-al- d building. ' . m&m rriirO cr I SEEDS , !! IM Children Cry CASTORI A l's I ,., ," HABTFORD, - KY. Will practice his profession In all'ths Courts of Ohio and adjoining- - countlesj'-jf- . and' in the .Court'bf Appeals. Also'Nft- - -tary Public. Office over First National Attorney at Law fff 1 YANCY L.MOSLEY.- - : i Bank, I JOHN B.WILSON CHAS. M. CKO WB to-da- T. WILSON & CROWE LAWYERS HABTFORD, H. W. BUCKBEE - KY. ed Will practice their profession la &U the courts of Onto and adjoining coun ties, and la the Court of Appeals. Special' attention given to criminal practice and to collections. Ofttoa1 on Main St., opposite Court House, al ?o (aioouotrUK.orno'fM, We obtain PATENTS J THAT PAYLiulTfttisstbomtaoiocsUr.uol AUKS-prompt- TRADE-- M Ofctalned-l- I h-- v uptnte,uidleJp70Utoniocei PASSING REFEflENCES. Tor tit Osld ' wsoarTonuoieii'Mentawntlo- 'photo or (ketch for FREE Bead -- mmiT-. xu, yearr pneooe. pertl BUS. iI I " Oi Seventh; Street, r wrv. m . j-t- i. limMitm .tc YiTAtTTrrrw U. le NA tott? ie an KILL the COUCH I CURE thc LUNC8 Cleaned i Pressed t: Repairing and neatly work special attention. King's New Discovery AW AU THWAT. MjO LUHBTM WLES. wth Dr. - A er Trs MUeJUORXBO SATISFACTORY! yjy .UJrJiiX JtfctJc UKiJlLUt 1- -2 called for delivered. EXPERIENCE? 60 YEARS' month. rate per W BeSt BerrsMV H lsV el Trace M Ash-Adj- designs ifffieveBeVi.7 COPVRIQHTa Marks-- . Secretary-Treasurcr-- S. . AnTADA Sendln A akAtrh anil dfi.r1nllMn qolcklr ascertain oar opinion free whether an!-urobnbly patentahTa.- Communlci tloMatrtrtlreoBadont&L HANDBDfflt on Fateut ent free, toattt poDcrfor.Mituruic pateuta. imsvu VOreOHTe Vteial ttetlu, without dbarse, la tft Ac. H SEEDS H V f . l tandaomely lllnttrated Weekly. Trsee of any acientldo Joornal. Term a, as a. wtfourtponUia,!. tteUfcjall newadcalara. Srauco ScHWiflc ''JWMWu J'V 0c. JT ( IT UU WaabKwton. U C. - Jtiek-J?ap- n .w;iw?'irjfejBf,tiL- .l. .. southern Agriculturist vFor forty years the .frin,(J.'ai?4 coUpselor qf ' SoutKerrf farmers.' f, i h s pjgea twice a month. vearoi:, three, J1.00. y$n'fif Twenty-fou- r ' '"; ChllJrn Cry Saiuplr Cflpy 8tCDt Frcs As C ASTORIA ad DwYii'WlitOM? , ft' rMWWr"' uttuuiea MISSING THUMB ,.,- -- i v ankle whoa on the double quick. If eatly r&or& .wife' a bor. BtH-eout FOftttOT THE KfeY- allttie.casjs Df out of Joint itbwt ha.ve a boil in h larfc! eaougli to let through the1 slatt At Hi HMtil firitlW h ,. th LeWmUh Showta Htm Hv mm recorded at the hospital recentwhich He grasped It, using tile box as Thn . i Optn ths Door. ly wen to be con&nod to ono (ward Mtar people are afraid of ftjtetts. Few people a 'protector, so that nothing cdukt are afraid ot gerra. Yet the Jhoit is a fauoy and When Mr. and Mrs. Eastend started tho Wds might appncprlaitoly bo touch the silver surface. the term it a fact. If the germ could be mignlSed out to spend the evening la pursuance maffked laughing, yaiwnJng ourUng "Call'a cal," , to a lze equal. lo iti terrqra it would appear more r6t an' en'gVgment they paused on the fronr dancing hobble Miia, tc. Mrs. Morton did as directed,, and front steps long enough for Mrs. E. dragon. Germs terble than any Ma't be avoided. They are la tbo air we breaths, Burcb. carrying the bottle holder by terrible Trafa of Troubles. Eviderice, but Its stand part, left Ihe house, promis- to propound tho usual query, "Have Innwrtant the water we drink. It yoa got tho key, dear?" The Jerm caa onjy prosper when the condition ing to return soou. Within twenty Datee Charles, la.Sln. E. Four-mie- r, fcame fh Late. , "Yes, I guess so," said Mr( E. "Walt ol the system gives it free scope to establish it"BaaaaaaV minutes he was back. Then bo went a minute. ,No, I haven't, either. What 516 Klrby Strodfc says: "The self and deVelop, When there is a deficiency of -- laHI to fho telephone, called up tbe police vital force, languor, restlessneaa. a aallow cheek. do you think of that? Must have left month before i took Cardul I could and reported that his uncle bad died It on tho dresser." hollow eye, when tbe appetite is poor and the hrdly .walk. I had backache, headUkEMAN. w.WILLARD suddenly under very suspicious cirsleep is broken, it is time to guard against the (Jerm. You can tOofrffel, lift, br AnWl!in"Ke Aso- - cumstances. "tVellti here's a pretty ache, pain In my logs,- chllte, fainting fortify the body against all germs by the use of Dr. Pierce's Gold-e- a Tho coroner was n6t long exclaimed Mrs. 0. as her consort savelation. apeUs side stomach dragging feelings Medifcal Discovery. It increases the vital power, cleanses the Wlltiasi gurch was ghtduatcd at the in coming and, after carefully Inspect- agely but fruitlessly rurrimaged his system of clogging impurities, enriches the blood, puts the stoming everything Ituthe room, went but, pockets. "H6w and no patlonca or couree. Since, .tak arc we going to get in ing ach and organs of digestion and nutrition in working condition, so sclcatttc school of Ufa University locking the. door behind him and putCardul, I have no moro pain, and that the germ finds no weak or tainted spot in which to breed. to get it?" and ttf&c&me. an assistant In Ah Instl- - ting u policeman on guard. Golden Medical Discovery" contains no alcohol, whisky or Hubby first tried tbo lower windows, foal good all tho time." TSUce Cardul tut&H foe ordinal scicntlflc r&carcU. While this was In progress William to find g drugs. All its ingredient printed on its outside-wrappethem all carefully locked. and, got the benefit of tho peculiar HarlHg a rich uncle, unmarried and Burch was locked In bis own room Neighbors It is not a score t- - nostrum but a medicine op known awoko to tbe situation and harb ingredients, which hava been coMrosWlON' and wth a record of 10 years of caret. Accept no 'cMWJvwho was Intending to make With a detective. began .tobe.beJpfuU faujjd so efficient for iwomanly Ills. aubstltute-th- ero n nothing "jmt as good." Ask your neighbors. "My vhclel&a boon poisoned," fle jfaMoa ladder." said one. . . H. rliW,l betr,,Ue tadtlald.,dut a career r Other people have dona the testing for himself by which he might devote said, "byjromd one wlfode le'ftth'omb ""Get a JlrHmy," said another. You profit by their expentenco. Try is missing. I wish you to ilhd ttiat hk'tfofee.to study, and lnycBtlKatloji. "Get an aeroplane," said a third. person. If you, don't I Shalt either tfo 3ttt Various other expedients, ranging it. . This uncle, a Mr. Treror, was cashier executed for murder or Imprisoned for from derricks to dynamite, were sugla a,.bank, , What Water will Do. life or go forth a man with a blighted gested. Finally one neighbor brought Ono monrfng young Burcb received reputation. 1 was the last person a ladder which iwouldn't reach tbe It .will quaneh tiro and melt Ice-a notQ frosn his, aacle asking him to known to be wifh joy. uncle before h'ts ) second story windows by six feet. It It iwwlll stop a dog fight, cat tight call that aftcrnooa at 3 o'clock. Burch death. In a few days or nt. most a wa suggested that th6 fire departprize fight, or any other kind of a called. Half an hour later be was few weeks I shall be arrested. ment be summoned. Rejected. fight. V'eeen to leave his, uncle's Xiouso Tory "These are my disadvantages'. On By this time tbe engagement bad to red in the face and muttering to him- - tbe other side. I ajftbelr totniy uncle's be called off, and the remarks Mrs. E. It will break up a convention of -MeCAtX FATTEKNS self, The only person living in the estate and can pay my lawyers an3 was making to the female contingent hohbos or suffragottes. Ctlebnted tor style, perfect fit, simplicity a4 k reliability nearly 40 years. Sold in nearly house with the undo was an old wo you well. I care nothing for them of the assemblage will not here be reIt twill stop a muto from kicking erery and man who took care of It. Elbe heard provided you succeed. Go. Find the corded. As a last resort a locksmith , HENRY WATERSON, Editor. w Canadt,cityorand town In the United States than by malt direct. More sold or(a broncho from bucking. any other make. Send (or tree catalogue. Ij, Mr. Trevor say during Buret's visit: nmn, with the. missing thumb." v was suggested, and Mr. E. departed In' "K wltl clean a Ueet and clean out McCALIS MAGAZINE frharfsrlho best I can do for you." In Just two days from that day Wil- "search, of ,onc, At tho end of an' hour More subscribers than any othet fashion v WE CAN FURNISH YOU Btirch replied angrily: "You. have liam Burch was arrested for the mur- ue returned witu a, stouu looking uer-ma- n a mob. magaxine million a month. Invaluable. Lat-- t Styles, patterns, dressmaking, millinery, 'will s'op a street parade or a It placed me In a very trying position. der of his uncle. John Trevor. After bearing an armful of tools. plain sewing, fancy needlework, liatrdressine;, funeral procession. Having advised me to .follow a career the usual delay tbe case came to trial. "Vlch toor?" he inquired. THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN etiquette, eood atories, etc Only CO ceits year (worth double), including a free pattern. that pays nothing and promised to Mrs. Morton was the first witness for "This one." said Mrs. E., "and for It wlll interfere with church reviSubscribe today, or send (or sample copy. back me up, you put mo off with" the prosecution, and one of tbe first goodness' sake don't Jimmy If nor dy- vals- and stop a prayer meeting. WONDEatFUL INDUCEMENTS AND THE to Agents. Postal brings premium catalogue; ''Here the door .was closed, and the questions asked her was if there had namite It unless you bnvo tol" a lit wlH cleanou t juny kind of and new cash priae offers. Address housekeeper heard no more. "Dot's all rlghd," grunted the work- house, from a pig pen to a cathedral. been n bolder for the soda bottle found THI UcCAU CO, S3 U S W. J7U SL. NEW TOES Mr. Trevor always went out to din in the deceased's room. Sbo replied man. Then be extended his hand and It will damorallzo a temperance nerusually at his club at 0 o'clock. that there bad been arid when ques- tried the knob. It turned. The catch lecture or a distiller of alcohol. Mrs. Morton, hfs housekeeper, noticed tioned further testified that the ac- had not caught The door swung It will stop a polt'jtcal convention open. He turded and gave the assemthat be did n6t ride out during the cused bad taken It away. -or a county fair. afternoon of his nephew's call, and at This without any other evidence was blage an expressive glance. And now when Mr. and Mrs. E. 7 o'clock be had not gone to dinner. enough to convict Burch. Another feaIt, has done more good and dome One She went to, his room, knocked and ture alone was also sufficient to that leave their little home of an evening more damage than all the Itowdr has received no reply. Entering, she saw end. Burcb was his uncle's heir. A some neighbor Is sure to stick his head been manufactured since Adam winkbis dead body on the bed. third feature admitted by Burcb him- out of a window and kindly Inquire, ed at the sun. We can alsojgive liberal combinaRunning to the telephone, she called self clinched the other two. Being "Have you got tho key?" Pittsburg It has accomplished more for the tion rate withJDaily or Sunday Courier-Joup William Burch and told him to put on the stand by bis counsel and Gazette-TimeSucceed when everything else falls. words benefit of mankind itthan all the In nervous prostration and female come at once something bad happened asked what had passed between him urnal. Write Courier-Journcoined lu all the language's of the Read It There. weaknesses they are the supreme to his,, uncle. Burcb came and with and his undo at their last Interview, Company, Louisville, Ky., for free remedy, as thousands have testified. Tbe history of many unhappy mar- morld since Bibles were printed. Mrs. Morton went to bis uncle's room. Burch said: sample copy of edition you desire, FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND He did not speak for some time, be"My uncle sent for me to tell mo riages is written on the stub of a checkbook. but be sure toXsend your subscripSTOMACH TROUBLE ing evidently under strong emotion. that he was intending to marry. This Cheap Clubbing Rates. it is ths best medicine ever sold Then he said: tion order to this" paper NOT to would turn his property away from over a druggist's counter. We have made an arrangement wltl the Courier-Journa- l. "aire. Morton, who has been with me. ne proposed to make my inter-- , A Strange Story. my uncle this afternoon besides the publishers ot the Inland Farmer, est in It dependent upon tbe will of tbe lady he was to marry. To this 1 Argyfo, Mich. Mrs. Win. H. Carson ot Louisville, whereby we are enabled "I have seen no one come oiyjo." In a latter from Argyll, says; "1 was to furnish The Hartford Republican objected." r On the table stood a decanter of All wondered at this admission, almost m lid with pain In my head, an and that paper one year for $1.50. whisky, a glass and a soda, bottle In a which Indicated plainly that In order othr severe pains from womanly trou The Inland Farmer Is a weekly JourBllvw holder. The dead man had been to save an estate which was to pass bles. Aftyr using Cairdul, i obtained nal and one of the best farm papers 7 to another tbe prisoner had murdered great Kfc-J- N relief. Further .uso of Cardul published in the United States. Our the owner. raised mo from my bed of agony. Car- readers should take advantage of A witness for the defense bad been tf summoned In the person of Edgar dul saved my Ufa (when, n6thlng this offer. Whipple, a bookkeeper at the bank. Mso would help me". Wiher Se State of- Ohio Oity of Toledo, Burch's. counsel called riously vs'ck; or simply Alllxg, takol At (his-poi- nt Mjucas County. es. Whipple to tho stand. He was a pale, OaTdul, the womams iton'c 1" FrankJ. Cheney makes oath that nervous man, who seemed to be dread-'ln- g ralu. regular irregularities,1 he Is senior partner of the firm ofF-J- . (INCORPORATED) the ordeal before hlni. builds narvous wanvam took to & Co., doing business In Cheney The examination of the witness de- health. druggist about Ask your veloped that he had been carrying on the City of, Tol3do, County nnld State WILL WIRE YOUR HOUSE AT COST. 31tf. his books a deficit of some $50,000 it. aforesaid, and that said firm will pay which he had lost In speculation. The tho sum Of' ONE HUNDRED DOLAnother Gusher for Cloverport. next move of th0 defense was an atLARS for each and every 'caso of ELECTRIC LIGHTS ARE CLEAN, tempt to prove that he had visited Mr. Olovorpont Ky., Fob. 11 The Ohio Catarrh that cannot be cured by the Trevor on the afternoon of the mur- River Gas and Oil Company successors use of Hall's Catarrh dure. der, that Mr. Trevor wus the only per- to HEALTHY AND SAFE. NO HOME the ICositucky and IncMama Gas FRANK J. CHENEY. son who knew of his defalcation and Company, struck a fine flow of gas 1. W v Snorn to before me and subscribed that tbe two held a conversation on OR BUSINESS HOUSE SHOULD that subject. All this the witness de- from itha iwell on Ed Whitehead's let In my presence, tills Ctb day of Dee, in ftho Weat End last week. iMr. 1 TniLjB nied, and as there was no proof of It cember, A. D., 1886. BE WITHOUT THEM, WHEN IN the opinion of those In the courtroom tho manager, says it la a good A. W. GLEASON, was that a mistake had been made In welll nnd will be batter whon, ithey put Notary Public. (SEAL.) REACH. attempting to establish it. a sihot of glycerine down ito open dt up. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken In counWithout dismissing tbe witness which they will do In a day or two. ternally, and nets directly on the sel for the defense gave nn order to Everybody dn, this (town Is glad ovor blood and mucous surface of the an attendant, who disappeared and returned carrying a pasteboard box, the strike In ithla well. It means more system. Send for testimonials free. which he placed on a table before the gas for the consumers and mors mov F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. lawyer. The cover was removed, and enuo for tixa company. It also means Sold by toll Druggists, 75c. ho lifted by its baso from the box a that atboT wells will be put down not Take Hall's Family Pills far consilver bottle holder. only for gas but for oil", it means th stipation, m Every person In the courtroom bent spending of a big sum of money by forward with eager attention. Natu- the company to thoroughly test the Reward in Thompson Case. rally It was Inferred that this was the tarltory. Providence, Ky., Feb. 11. Yielding missing artldo that Miss Morton bad EXAMINED THE CONTENTS CBrTICAMtf. Tills now company has faith In to the pressure brought to bear testified tho prisoner .had removed. A drinking some whsky and soda and was expected, and a sensa- this field." They say It Is one of the upon Mm by citizens of Providence sensation bad left a part of It in the glass. Burch tion was realized. Counsel for the de- bast In Kentucky for both gas and ami other residents Of Wobster countook up the glass and examined the fense, still holding the bottle holder by oilL They toollovo $1.35 It so strong that ty, Governor Wlllson of Kentucky has The Republican and Louisville Herald contents critically. Then, stooping so Its base, carried It to the Jury box, The Republican and Courier-Journ- al 1.60 get very near the bolder, ho ex- breathed on it, handed a microscope to thoy are going to heat It fttt)hie point offered a. reward of $500 for tho . as to of ithedril 1 If they bayo to go 2,000 and conviction of tha unknown The Reptblican and St. Louis Globe-Democr- at , amined It closely. tbe Juryman nearest blm and invited foot 1.75 person or pensions wlio murdered H. "When was It polished?" he asked. him to examine the surface. This 1.25 Tlxl3 town will yot wako up some T. Thompson near a cemetery (here on The Republican and Home and Farm "This morning. I polished all tbe process was repeated with every Jury sliver JhU morning," man. Then, carrying the holder back flme morning and find herself rloh Dec. 26, 1910. Owensboro Inquirer 1.75 The Republican and Twice-a-Wee- k A part of tbe surface was blurred; to the table, tho lawyer set It down tn gas and oil and many abh0r things Mayor "Ed Montgomery recently ap' tbe rest was bright. 3.25 The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald thoy had not thought ot. Here's to pointed a commute ot six pensons to and said: "Did you handle it after polishing "Gentlemen, of tho Jury, this staud thia company and to tho faithful raport The jxepubucati and JJaiiy wens toro inquirer... 3.25 work BOarotly on the cosa and J It?" held the bottlo used when the murderwhom two hopo will strike It to him from tlma to time the progress "Onfy by the bottom." O'boro Messenger 1.75 The Republican and Twice-a-Wee- k , , ed man took his lust drink. Tbe soda rich and bo rewarded" for tholr bad - Burch put bis mouth nearer the bolng made following a mass meet. was poured Into tbe glass of whisky Republican and Kentucky Farmer 1.75 on It. Then, taU-- ,, by. some one who held It In his left luck in th JW?l0ipmaat of this f lold. ing hero after the examining urlals of The , bolder and breathed lng a little band microscope from his ;hand, the thumb of which' waS n,S3 Thomas Thompson, eon of 'the mur- The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine... 1.30 Accused of Stealing. vest pocket, be brought it to bear on lng. This pcrsou then dropped in tbe dered man, and Kearney BcsnJamln, The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer 1.50 E E. Qhanibrlaln, of Clinton Me,,, who were awoa'ed on the blurred surface. glass a doso of prusslc add, which has tho charge of ' "ITrii:" he said. since been found tbcro by experts. boldly accuses Bucklen's Arnica Salvo being the slayers of Thompson, but The Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.25 "Well?" said Mrs. Morton InterrogaYou have examined the silver surface of stealing 'the atlng from burns or were acquitted. tively. and have found tbe imprint of a hand scalds tho pain from soraa of all ' Despite those two arrests and a "Where cau I lock up this bottle With tbe thumb missing. That imprint kinds tho distress from bolls or piles court of Inquiry, a committee Is now bolder?" moisture of tbo hand "It robs cuts', jjoraa riikes, 4splns ' "In any of tbe closets. Tuero's one naif) from tbe out, and Injuries' of their terror," (he says, investigating the matter in, an effort! lhat grasped the stiver. on each floorT to procure evidence. , my revived i "NoEvery nook and cranny of the. but I you could with see moist breath, "as a hoaMog' romedy its equal don't The reward for the apprehension it, that you all that will bo searched." house exist." Only 23c at all druggkt. mi might all have proof that the and cohvlotlon of tho murdofer Is now no tktw himself Into a phair and who committed the murder was person ' a man $1,500. thought. Mrs. Moitou stood waiting. missing - .i The dSi body lay on tbe bed. Final with a turningthumb." witness, the There are Many Queer Accidents. to the Then, Draughon gives contracts, backed by chain of 30 Colleges, $000,000.0 jlljnd Dizzy Spells. ly; BuBOa";' rising, said:. suf-- . t Wheu a militant lawyer said: WilmlBsion, N. C Mrs. Cora L. capital, and 19 yeara' succaw, to Mcure positions under reasonable con frogetite doubks up her illbtle flat and "I Ebut risk It." "Hold up your left band." . W'ntef what." optic Bitter, wr4tea from this place: "I ditions or refund tuition. IaatMd of obeying tbe order (be wit-fle- swats a London Bobby la Ms Draughon s competitors, by not accepting renting ...myuucle's, blind dtesy spalls, and ltnOTfKFF-PINf- r "fell over in a faint, i He" wa pick- the iftjiky to eaHd tmmky," by used renive"tlie bottle ''bolder. nis propoaition.concede that he teaches more wyak coidk spells went all ovr me. uurguOns. nothing ed up and placed on a cbalr, and as the facUous ambulance Bookkeeping in three montna than they do in six. Draughon can con Proms .no that you will say to, himself an olcer Ify .kid;Ot soldwt and 're- Different' doatora could mot ell' me vince you. w seofl.M became bout It" . t ;v,Thare are what was won.' After .taking oardul For lb first time MM.'Mfctoa out a llfteCtfee witness' haad," the t hues. of quires) a MU.iicUfY A NTI 75 Per cent of the United States Court Report wfcfcijss(finls8ing ni blowiefvr, I aan oM right and In batter 1 fiNtntBM elanco at Mr.BuNjh.J U 'quer aoedts,' vU1U1 1. 11X1111 era write the system of Shorthand Draugho lte William Burch was acquitted, tbe whlok have regular old fljtf questioned about It I shall be flashlomod than for 10 years.'' Cardul Is a reme teaches, because they know it is THE BEST. tf If Jury not leaving their seaU. "He, InoUgitb tell." ' their dy for wtnen which has ibdcn. used For FPEE CATALOGUE and booklet "Why Learn Telegraphy!" grow bis ipieM and tiRMM. Mm .Jwv idijriooatod ' "If Jtauire questioned, yes.1' herited a ortua thoukUn wLkeg the cowdval g'w, by votttR, for nearly a Ufotkne-- It which explain all, call on or write JOHN F. DRAUGHON, President. Mr7TOrton gave a reluctant eoa- - settled' a haadsbnte 'annuity' Is the dy whom Mr. Trevor was to have Not fo long ago a qulok lunch patron prevents tbe unnfeoossary pains of lent. DRHUGHOtt'S PRACTICAL BUSINESS COLLEGE, h tall off a W$h i4ooi dtateowUiKl Us jijin . nnrh as lioaJUche. back H 2eOw. a PMtoboard box that will . 'II ueoaroiiTiD iliyinimi, dMtig djown fel-in- f, wdql KM)l iftyv"Bwgsny4 m bold EV.VNSV1LLE, ADUCAH, NASHVILLE, ST, LOUIS, SPRINGFIELD, MEMPHIS. . 31bC. ote. Try it Us A soiilr' dteloeaied U flw roe wi pm-- 1 d(d before ittuitf brovg'' t Hoan. Afraid of Ghosts fai MrJallllv bow-de-do- - habit-formin- 51 $m , Why Not Read The Courier Journal I'M Weekly Courier Journal Both ff CA Year For JIluJU al s. Electric Bitters ?" -- I I UUKY iHfc Light and Power Co. 1 1 ll Ta-gu- " V WT E.G.BARRASS, Manager; OUR CLUBBING RATES. ar-re- -- Ta-gu- ea v , H THE REPUBLICAN. Address all orders to " mlld-e-yya- Good Positions v d. &y$9m dth w anw tv uuunuiivi saa. hltli QHORTH lo T aftf ah, : i&sL- - u.'')Al jV. i ii SOUSTITUTE FOR POCKET PISTOL Wotld Use Pocket Testament for Pocket Pistol. This Is Slogan of Rev. T. C. t . fusmsmsurm WAYSIIE ELEAMRS ' 1 mr jvMimii. ohlns reraeyed imme4atly proprfetons .wowla be BHbJaet iwroue d prohlbitlBe 4Mm AM wwb bo Jmye omm th,8lif " f(UYA Shoull the il.CKH) troaehfae suee tn yea ttaK. ef, yft ,1 WWte ltteJ tlw but hy aevw d. mlly, iwwtey. Mr. Chortle Feemter and Vtfe, of or the Ak Mr aew, umwograsslve Wle to ma why ihe doesn't doard his old Palo, vMted Mr, J. T. Stone, pf Sua- rnwln aatkiuAted ,ywya of doing buafoewand aydld, SuaaV night w ef Tef iB will b lr te ui A Ge- - rati bauer, Field Worker of Sunday School Assn. ''ThoIpockoUTostaniont a SnbsUtuto- for the Fockot Pistol." That's the slo gan, of the Rov. T. C. (lebauer, ofjHon dorson, fleldworker In the wcstsrn district of Kentucky for itho iStato Sunday-schoAssoclalton. Thm Perba'ps .you've ason him a, homely, W fl0Ht n&VtH WHtHt9 handsome, aweoufacod, smiling SeOrmmtn rious man. That is to say be may look homely and serious too you fori WALWWUMEPHBMATE one moment, but he's bound too look ihandsotno and smiling the moment that night. The latter courteously ac you begin ito know him ibotter. Tho nyxt day Dr. Gebau'or plans soon to start n cepted the Invitation. campaign t put .ton .thousand, Blble he came to Dr. Gabausr, and offered "I didn't knoaw you were He doesn't apologias. In Kentucky li1p pockatu. claim that thU will .bo panacea for a minister whan I offered you that all social Ills in the State, but ho does botitlo," he cald, "or I'd never tove dano It'' Dr. Gebauor informed him believe .that it will help a lot. "Ninety per cant of the murders that I1I3 apologia wore accepted and committed In Kentucky at the ipTe3-o- handing him a Bible, asked Elm to time," ho says might ibe averted, take It along acid road it during "were it not for ,the fact that the tho tlme3 when trade (was dull. Faw men are more InfePasted In people who commit thorn are Illegally carrying pistols. If I could supply Kentucky than ,th!s mam of God, and such persons with pooket Testaments ho halleves that It is on the way up as substitute for the pocket pistol, ward religiously, socially, industrisays the Rev. Cabauer, "1 think I ally. IBs own section he 4s particular might reduce the murders In th State ly proud of. "Witih the nlgat-ridln- g about 90 per wit. Anyhow I'm going era gone," hj says, "th!ng3 are moxa The farmers to organize soon a Pocket Testament settled wiMi us now. Brigade in K0ntucky. Some places hav sold their tobacco and thy they call them Pocket Tastamant good priced fcr It. There are mor League. But I am bX the opinion laluoasuettits for pt.'ople to coma to us that In a State .where we have Cap- to make their homes." tains and Colonels and Generals it He calls attention to many marks of would be 'bettor to call It a Pocket development. ' "In Madilaenvllle," he says, "they're Testament Brigade. That sounds moi building a njw 140,000 pressjd brick military, you know" Saying this he blips his hand In Christian church. Following the fire his pocket and hands you a tiny slip. at MongaafhW a jor ago several On it Is a tiny sumion on thojulblo-I-t handsome now two and three-stiorIs Inclosed in a border ami reads business blocks ar going up and u ci3v Baiptdst church to ccst betw.jjn as follows: $25,000 and $30,000 is being plinmed. TUi: BIBLE. This Book contains The unlnd of Sturgls ds to have a ntv $20,000 Prts- church. &' the staba of man, the way of bytexJan going up The Ooounty High at Hopklnsvllle will Salvation, kIocru of sinners, and hap- School Norenal piness of believers, te doctrines are Bowling Green's new Wes'-aholv. it3 precepts are 'binding, its coat betwan $75,000 and $100,00, histories are .true, and Its decisions building, eraeted at a cost of probably are immutable. Head it to be wise $1000,000 U a fine structure. Pnof. H bellove It to bo Bafo and practice It H. Cherry is doing a great work thr to be holy. It contains light to di- The coal fields are being oon3 nnitiy rect you, food to support ioou, and developed, and such placets as Central City, Hemderaon and the comfort to cheer you. It Is Compass the soldier's Nortcinvllle are benefiting a3 a rethe pilots sword, and the Christians charter. sult of their development. Horn paradlso is restore!. Hoavoi "And in Sunday Softool opened, and the gates of Holl dis- the devolotpniont of which ho 4s djneot finds closed. Christ Is Its grand subject, ly Interested in Dr. Gobau-j- r cut goad Its design, and the glory, splendid growth. Things are lookthe ing up," he says. People are of God Its and. It should fill memory rule the heart, and guide ln batter Informed. Organized mon's the foot. Road It slowly froquentlv classes ar growing, in the ilotho-dl- st Sunday-schoo- l, South, at Padu-caprayorfully. It is a mirw of wealth thiy, have a man's cliaas, taught a paradise of glory and a (river of pleasure. It is el von jou In life by Prof. Smith, with 150 numbers. Willi be open at tho Judgement and More people are attending church. be remembered for over, it Involves Recently in Marlon, a town of 1,200 the highest rasiwntjllulllty, rii Awards Inhabitantsthere iwas found at the the gtvatost labor and contkonns all morning service 167 men and boys an 20G women and girls nearly wluo trifle .with Its hxxly contents. The Bible Is eort of a hobby with of the population. They at'endied tho Dr. Gebaur. Ofcoursee .that Isn't Im three churches of the tQwn, the Matho probable lias urged its study much more dlst; Baptist and Presbyteraan. organized in a A Sunday-scho- ol During than the ordinary minister. schoolhouse near Griffiths, in Davis" the eight years that he has bean in Sunday.ischool-ficlwark In Kentucky county, last April, later occupied n he mado the organization of Bible tobacco barn, and is now holding classes and every day labor a labor its sessions in a log cabin 15x16 feet. It has an average attendance Df be of love so to jKak. "If I can get tho people of our Sta' tween forty and fifty and Is (planning to reading tlus Bible every day got to build 4a the spring. Industrially, the Rev. Gebauer be thorn to oanrylng the Bible du their pockets," ho says, "I can. nake thorn lieves, Western Kentucky's greatest hotter citizens and (bring them nearer riaed isni'en.at progressive Ideas, tnar.- Moularly in the field of agriculture am tho kingdom of God on oarth." No man irvallzos more than ho. ihow-v- r lluularly in tha field of agriculture that tho task bafarj him. is a and horticulture. In Hondiraon and Wg one. "A cynic jokingly said Jo me Ujtfoa couutios, under the Isadershlp tho other day," ho fcays, and I know of men like McCullough, 'Uhe apple are olng that It was the truth, "Ask your con- king" he states APPle grown that makes those counties jugation haw many cf Ihem .ays carrying Bibles. You'll bane to promise to rival the Sfcait8 of Washlook arouond considerably and you ington and Oregon In their cultural may count yourself lucky if you sa lines, lie believca that if such tdeas g one or two hands tip. Ask thtfn how were cansd' out In the "oW uf furm-Ingoasrally Marand many are carrying pistols. Perhaps no one will Taluo a hand, but you velous things vcoHldv be'"'acanplWwd Know and I know that nbouj 50 per la Wedtotui Kentucky. In other .words, generally ujvjakJng, cent, of thoni "will have thjm jWfcho aamo.".'That was In a community he ibel!eve3 there are extraordinary A where shootings ojid the taking of hu paasibllltles for the term, the factory and the family altar in Ww beatkm man life werw.all too mimonous. Ufe-HDr. Gobauor In his kindly way nev- where he'B daily devottag hte want to see .the time Doi&ewhea er hesitates to advertUe his business. Not long ao u dnuiunier for a It cannot be &t&il' of hlf home SAate liquor u'ouse tAMwdhlralhLs card and uiat it is belter knowa wr lie pis-to- VB i-than ite plowabitriN. and producing a bottle from his pockat Invited hd "lUmuvjind Doctor" For to .tek a drink wb hkn Jio didn't f. One hundred aad tM acres of good know that Dr ahaur was "the Reverend Dcwkr'' Umn.i but lw did land, lu Rough River boUoawaad 900 tottow a wtokte Utc. He eUWigly farm house Situated near tarrowi, deWiwd k drisk. Iwwid! tk dnum-uu- tr Ky. Aiply to, hl antii MMd Wvltdd "mm to CHARLES CARTSK, Narrows, Xy. eet to ohurulH mm1 Utf hlmPWhJ 23tt mm POWDER Absolutely Pure 9i nt . y, AW Feamefcer were the gues-tof Mrs. and advnusrlng. A GOOD JOKE WAS BLAYKD on tion. yv ihat ttey Intend Akmeo BartleW, 9twfty Wtfitoxg. maht,wUl,teU JJhn Johnson, th ,baribr, emu evenMrOrvJlIe Berry and eteter, Pearl to',nesEw'eek, or oext month, or mxt ' ing this week- - A gsntlewan Wfconeed To LISTEN TO SOME PEOPLE yer hut they never do. Berry, went to Sunnydale Saturday ' ed a hair cut awfully load IwiMfseed you would hear lhat there is not a eheppl. the shop, and Johmaoa fcwiMfced ito bit of good In thfe old would, and Mr.LeeWe Myers of Fairvfefw was in Good Coaditiei. others thfttr th9 fellow n&A& gotaie that according to Urdi verawcutar phmase Kockport , ki our mldet, Friday. work done. A few ssoonAg the the whole world Is going to the had. To the Directors of the Roctopont De Mr. J. J.ftrk, of .Taffy, was in gentleman returned, aad ef course Wo are awfully glaw oka,t there are posit Bank: our midst Sunday. Thte Is ito certify I have made a Johnson thought was coming' for the onty a few of these pessimistic souls We" noticed ki The RapubVoa urt hair out and maybe a shave, go ha runntog at large In Jhe country. While careful examination of your ibanlcand week the letter of Mrs. SI. O. Feams-to- r, find it la a moat excellent condition. Jumped up to his chair and bald you're It Is true ithatt In every person of Oklahoma, who lett thin The 'books and accounts are nicely county next" The fallow looked nb him may be bad U?rH09ttJcns-cr- f some na Oct 6. We are glad to her said no he only wankri a ture, syel on. iho'othet hand it had'kePt, aad havimg gone oyer the notes from ithanv, and wish them.mcuahwjc-ces- s. e " ' Vrf the banE.'wdAh apcmiml.tnever 'iad'led ,t abdw ithathere 'is 'and-Wifalso not eome good In these earne In- tee of the Directors, and being as Miss Rosa RusesU Is on the atck-lis- t WE HAVE SEEN AWKWARD MEN dividuals. So bright. Ba optimistic eured .that they are all good, I "feel this week. but iwo saw a follow the othr jlay Don't that you are to be congratulated on Mr. H. O. Duke has aboutcomplet-e- d be glum. Dortt be pessimistic. acting as motonman on a street car in the healthy condilton of your InstituMs maw d,welHng. a city notit a thousand, raKeb tram , A Kansas editor sarcastically an- tion, Mr, Alonzo BariUeKit Is on the' sick Hantford who won the prize.. ,K is a tliat ' J. A. FRAYSER, , nounces (that he .wants ip ouy a sack known fact and always a rule in traojt 30t2 State Bonk Examiner. of flour, a pair of Best wtehes to "Ifee Republican cities with the street oar DClalali8 trousers and a Btraw hat, and that ho and its many read era that the men are mot to smoke, when Is ready to receive bids on the same o'n duty. But this anolonman dW, and FOR FLETCHER'S He soys that is the way the merchants he aatually stopped Ms car rwtoen go- DUNDEE. do when they want $2 wor.th.'of job- Ids: up on 1 noil no to light (his pipe- ... Feb. 13. iSunday school is prowork. ndoely gressing at tile Methodist REV. W. B. WRIGHT TOLD US In Loving Remembrance. Church and a protracted meeting conLet us take for our motto. "Read a atoryuthe oilier day at thoespense Of Clifford Render, who died 'Febmore and gossip leas'' and sgo. if our ruary 11, ducted by Rey, Smlthson, of 0wen3-bor- o of one of his fellow workers." who (was 1912 aged twelve yeans. , and Rev. Cooney, is now in conducting a revival meeting. The community' will' 'not soon becotne Darling Clifford has left us, ' ,, progress. minister In question had preached a much better. .Gossip lowers; reading Yes for avermoore; Gossip degrades; reading Rev fJlled his regular apstrong sermon, and was making an elevates, Buftwe hops to meetrour loved one pointments at Uiq Baptist church SatGossip poisons the mind: appeal to sinners to come tfonward. ennobles. On that bright and hnppy shore. urday and Sunday. is come up; and reading strengthens It, Goselp Already a number had Mrs. Ela, Harrison and two aona given their hand, when the minister mean; "reading Is good. Gossip makes There was an Angel hand In Heaven, Leslie and Edward epbat Sunday That ivas not quite complete, 200 pounder come etalk- - u3 little; reading makes us (big. saw a tall, wilth iir3. Fannla Powers. So God took our darling Clifford, Ing up the aisle. The minister, of Announcement has bean made of tlit To fill the vacant seat Mlss HalUe Cask was the guest .penlt nt, .course, thought the man was consolidation of tho Kentucky S'aty of Misa Dee King Saturday night and mot him before the gentleman Journal and tho Frankfort News, the Thy 'gentle voice now Is huishel; Mr. Charlie Duncan and Miss Sadie reached the pulpit. Grablng hishand Thy warm, true heart is dtlll two dailies published at Frankfort King .both of Sunnydale wee married told him how g'Uul he the minister means the retlromtne from And on ithy Oung and Innocent hrow Saturday night at lute Methodtet was to have him come up, iwflien the The move la resting Death's cold chill. editorial field of former Governor church by .Rev. Cooney. The atten-dani- ta gentleman replied that he was only go the J C. W. Beckham, ,who has been Thy were Miss Lizzie Moore and lng io the pulpit after a drink of hands are. clashed upon thy breast editor of tho Journal for several years. We have kissed thy loving ibrow, water. Mr. Columbus King. both of thlsplace. He will devote his entire time (to hjs And In our aching hearts "mo kniqw Mr. Parwdn Johnson, Misses Valeria Boom printing! Lot everybody law practice. Tho paper will he Issued We have a sweet Darting now. Harrison, Pearl Stevens and Ora Mld-ki- ff know how It has amassed ftontunes In tlie afternoon and known as the LENA RENDER, ' l. for tens of thousands who have used were the guests of Jllse Rockpont, Ky. v It liberally, it will pay you tocultl- Sunday. win r onnfAftlottnn .In virtiir onnvniti- - Good Intentions are seldom aiego- -, FALO. School began here, last Monday iwdth power of able tor cash. Ask the lazy schoolntty of the business-bringin- g ihoy why he doesn't study and odvanoe Fab. 13. Mrs. Martha Berry, whose jilss Irene WhlttlnehlU (teAdher. .juw. wilth his class. He will tcM you that illness was mentioned in your last Mra Arohte Qrant flnd m. h6 iSisue Is some better. THE LID HAS BEEN' PUT ON the he intends to some timei but Snider the gutfits chawing gum machine at iladtsonille never does- - Ask any improvident mil Mr. John Willis has sold bis house r Mrs. Leslie Powers and family Sun- At a recent meeting of the cltycoun- - or woman why they domn't save and and lot to Mr. Woody 'Kelley. Unole Bill Foemster and wilfe (were day. ell at that place an ordinance (was pass lay up something for a rainy day, fix a Jloenee of for ioer opera- adopt ode, of ts MreiMMTAfHeMM. Wme laik ler the ' Ahree-ply-lmttc- m CHIiirn Cry - CASTO Rl A f' if L News-journa- Flos-sle'Paw- " L.,ere c .Madi-sonvll- le I Here's a Piece of Good News 1 FOR EVERYBODY WHO HAS A MONEY - SAVING INCLINATION Qur Regular Profit-Sharin- g h, Sale is Now On! ons-ithl- rd An event vyhich 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 profit-sharin- g line. We have bought every big bargain we could find in the whole- d ft sale 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 going to fail to make a few dollars by not attending this sale? It will do you good if you don't buy a dollar's worth.J the'hustle'and'bustJe will1 put new life in you and you will leave here with a determination jo have some money to spend . the next time that Barnes' Store has a sale. j fif The benefit is not all yours. While you make the money, we make a kjt of.good friends. Fvery sale makes us some new customers, and we .want you and everybody elae '; ' to come to this sale, "p ft.. , ', ( ito-d- ay fnult-growic- ig , If you haven't Bargains in Every Line, Bettrstill ,vT . m seen our big ad., drop us a card and wo will mail you one, " come to the store and the merchandise will speak for itself.' te leit. P. BARNES & BROS., Beaver Dam, Ketitucky, 9 444 tmmtimi0i0L ( . fc 4 AJk k Afe .AC1 i .1 lft to trial. V.A r it