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DIES AT HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, groilnd heg certainly sw 15 sbwlow ail right. ' BAND MILL STARTS. which 1ms ibeeh Tlio Band Sa,w-ml- ll shut down for several moiiths resumMonday morning. fTho ed ofperatlon mill gives employment to a largo number of wen. KYKEDAY, FEBRUARY 1918? No. 32 I ft k blended, pjiomptly at nlna o'clock tho happy young couple ontcrod and HAWESVILLE thQ Roy. Mr. Mcivef .performed tho sacred ceremony. Mrs. J. F. Collins, cf Hartford, AJa., acted as matrpn of honor, the brldete only attendant. After tho ceremony ho hostess, assisted by Judge David J. Wilcox PassMrs. Crowley, served a tempting sal- Recalled by Death of CapA GOOD SUNDAY SCHOOL. ad course, es Away. Rockpont has peirhaps tho host Ed Morgan. Tho bride was beautiful In a Sunday echcol cf any town in . brown mcssallno prettily tho state. The attendance is nearly match, and golwith Other Items of Interesting News alwaji3 over a hundjod and thm igftfit den embroidery Introduced n.bout People of town Notified and Giv interest' mannlfested by ihe pupils th-bodice. Hat, shoes and glov-j- s Gathered by "Don speaks well for tho Teaohcini and en Time to Retreat to Places to match the co3tumo complotMl th RookpoTit ia proud tho managomonjt. oharming effect. Mrs. Brown lus Carlos." of Safety. " of its Sunday schoofs and It fehoould made a host of fniesds since tonkin lnisplro some of our church mcTcibers a Florala her homo and possesses to bt a llttlo mcfo 'ncftve An porfarm-ir- g charming personally. Mr. Brown Cannnelton, Ind., F,jb. 21 The death by 'Republican.) tile task loft'for them to do , Special to The la well known being one of Florala's on Saturday cf OapL Edmund Morgan ge David ono who so nobfy sacrificed himself Rockport, Ky., Feb. foremost business men. at his home In Kokomo, recal'is to tho J;Wlkox, aged 76 years, died at tho on tho oros for tho amission of (Uielr oldur rtisldjr,u of ithla localhv a of hia daughter .Mr,s. John sins and for tho slmf of others. inrm homo Hartford College Notes. unlqiu (incident, connected v!th war , G.jf Williams on north Main Strew. ADVERTISE. Rev. S. J. Thompson Owensiboro botwvon the states, the bomibandnient Wioduosday morning. The funeral In sending your ndjVertlst'mt.T.t to conducted davotlccal exorc'e--- s Mon of Hawwesvlllo from Uih cun(boat Wednesday afternoon. Rev.. Tho Republican 'don't Vt tho ld;a run Springfield (or No 22) ,whlle station day morning Fob. 12. and address Owen3boro ptflciau-Jng- ;' away with- you that you aro lending , B. F. Jenkins of tho student body on character build- ed In dofonseof Cannelton under com .Besides hits wife hd Is sumilved monej- - you are simply Investing it, ing. Rjv. Bruner, city, aas also pr.3- - mand of Capt. Morgan, This event .relatives. The and tho'lnvestment will (pay you diviby a large number of was probably tho solitary naval battle enitand a welcome visitor. remains jwere Interred in tho local dends and brlnng you returns. Try .Mlrs Bella Berryman, Goshen, and over fought in Indiana waters or It s cmatyry. it? M.ssrs. Byron Alasoa Centjrtown, and not an actual confillct between vesLONG LOVE. EXCITEMENT AT MORTWICIC. sels, it was perhaps the only Lime Otis Howard, Ralph, matricula'ed at Th0 roord "Love," dn one of the Some excitement was created that shells were actually fired to pro'HfoPtwiok, ,the now mining toown on Indian d'akcts Is "Chomlandiamiough-kurngiagagLculsvilK, tect the state against Kentucky. Henry D. McH'nry, Fancy a sweet the Illinois- - Central, 2 miles Bdutih of Wednesday, July 23, 18C3, mas thodato entered the founth gracVj Monday. this tilty, last week, when unikniawn maiden telling hav colored bravo flhat Ilssps Bertha Westertlo'-id-, BJavtr of the occurrence, now almost forgotparltes posted notice warning the Ne- she, "Chomlendamoughkunngogagus, Dam, and Eva Hlnes, Sunnydail, who ten, save as related In the Cannelton gro, js to leave within three' days or him. Tho conjugation of tho venb "to have bean out of school on account Reporter of tho following Saturday. suffer the consequences. Tho officials loVo" in .that dlalot must Italw at of sickness, have returned to tholr The Springfield had lain all summer i of the company offorod to protect least a year to recite. In hanbor at Canndtcn as there weru classos. the host03- - and at last account they "BIDDlE" TO THE FRONT. Thj second term closed last weJt frequent inroads of gujrllla squads No serious conwore Still there. The farmers of Ohio county have Into Haweavllle, and one of their faaud wxamInatIoii3 were held In all flict te expected between the races. been Induced lately to enter heartily The monthly report card3 vorite throats was that they would into tho poultry industry and to make wvre dla'.rlbuVid Wednesday thoiwlng cross tho river and burn the indCana f UROHIN LOCKED UP. feature of A "yttle 9 year old street urchin, tho latter a promln-rfnithe standing of each pupil In Classes cotton mills. So, on tho date mention Berryman in Washington Star. Ooneenutntly tho scrub ed, Oaiit. Morgan found it advisable and was 'placed In a cell at .the city jail tho farm. of hen Is jflvcrywhere being' discarded Tuesday for tho atrocious crime Supt. Leacli visited the school Mon- to shooiv that his artillery was fcrser fighting on thestrodts- of th'isetald for,tho bet'Jter strain ot'btooded bred s vice, and not merely foor show, havday. - Tli3 Teachers Training class is com- ing received tidings that borne ConALodern 5toiiirmwiif!air,u:ir.c erecxe" COULDN'T SEE WHY BANK FORMER MINISTER and conservative puritan village. and tho lnoJcaUcnsVaro that wdthin posed of a body of yxcelltnt young federate stragglers weno then in Haw- 1 A PLEASANT VlSlTpR. V nc UADTcnon nice men and women who aro capable osvllle. Kimmel, a papular young tho next month tho county yiil .have AND PAST OFFICE CLOSED Miss Euva Courteously giving warning to tha earnest and energetic, and are con--s- o' lady'pf Ceralvo, spent sciveral das In organized and, in active operation a, Of course for Kjctueklans. in time for them to acrtc nMously fitting themselves Rockport the guest of Mies Lena llvo poultry association. there a numrotugo lu places of he bo- Randan "the operator at the Cumber- there will la hcre-4nGentleman at Fordsville Had a Rev. James A Lewis Died Near fthef calling to which they asPlr ber of fanciers, but tho principal fea-tuy exchange. Tho Primary Department ont?n.'aln gan his --fusHIado and something Ie?s land will be commercial .poultry. It ei djlightfully Wdnsday morning than a dozen shells were snt across Hard Time on Washington's Russellyille Last A, MIDGET 'POST MASTER. Is believed that this revolution In aniat Chapel. The W3j lads and lassies the water. Little serious damage (was at Island, JIHly Bverly ;" mal industry will add thousands of Impersonation's of Georga acid Mar- done, as was intern nded, the moral Natal Day. Week: tiho metropolis .of McLean county, has dolara annually to Ohio county's tha Washington reflected credit unon effect being tho ond bought for and ib unique distinction of not only be-d- farming Infrest .where luretotoronoth themselves and their dovofd teacher, one shell was found years afterward in tho the smallest Everyon3 knows that 'February 22 The man j frljnds in Hariford"and Miss Mosl3y. ing has accured. Jn addition to this Amonj the vlsl'ors in an abandoned ccal shaft. Wheu States, "But tho smalkst Mas-tUnited Mkj tho- - livestock interosts genarally have Is George Washington's blnthdayr but ibiuiLj n present wiero Mr. and Mrs. Bmn0tt, Capt Morgan flnalljy loft Cannelton esanur' .j nini" Mason, Odd Fellow and 'Knight activity is sometimes thefact. is forgotten 'or in d"4th of Rev. FT A. Lew Mr. and Mrs. Griffin, Mrs. Mlschko, for fio Cumberland river, the handTemplar In the State of Kentucky. Mr been revived and unlvarail manifested among tho tillers of the ovor.lookod and. so It was Wednesday Mas pastor of ths M. E. Church, Mr. and Mrs. John Moore. Mrs. Ed some iilr of stag antlers which had JEvrly Is 43 yeans old and by a groat many people, who realized W this city, several years ago soil. Moore, Mrs. Woodward, Mrs. Brown, onnanionted tlo lllct house of tha Ho te 4 feet hlh. weighs less than It when thoy saw tho poat office or tho it v. Lewis dlid at Olniatjad, mjar Mrs. Plrtlo, Mrs. Bruner. Mrs. Wright, Springfield were given as a parsing BOASTS OF ROOKPORT a hundred pounds and Is lively, enorget banks or other places closodfor the day. Russ llvllle, Ky., Wednoday night. Mrs. Elliott, Mrs. Rhoades, Miss B an token to the Huckelby family In One of tho best conducted lc and intelligent. He has bajn post It luappenod at Fordsville that a gen February 15. ( Ho was born In iMt. Vor Msssra. Anderson and Pastor, Mrs. w hose old homestead, "Virginia PlaCe.'-h-o charge In tho state which is In master at Jsland'for a number of years Mrs- - James Williams. "iTha grand tleman came In from tho oountry'Wid non, Rockcastlo county, more than had been a frequent gutut and and was formally wger.lt ifor thoLcuis-ylll- o of Mr. Waltar Rus3ell. Oma lvoaday morning and he had forgot- fifty years ago, and was the son of Misses Etfio and Edith Duke spent where tha antlers still occupy a & Nashville Railroad Company old man of Rockport," and Miss ten all about tho day being "Undo a MtliodIst minister. For more than tho weekend wlih thjir larcrka at post Df honor. While personally reait that place- - Tho distribution of the Maddox a popular young lady of Small George's" birthday. First ho went to fifty yars ho was a member of the Sunnnj'dale warded by congr.jss fcr braverj' in .mail ils performed .by tho diminutive hous, blocUade, running tho Confederate iplat-fooA live progressive Ladles Aid So- tho Fondsvlllo Banking Company and LoulsvIllo.Conferencj of the MatliofdUt r from an clewed was a placard stating tho Chuich, South but for tha last four Notice to A. S. of E. Members. n Capt. Morgan oamo ouoe moro to dexterity in manipulat- ciety composed of ladles who nnonot on tho door and his bank was closed (of coureo, for the or flvo yclars has been on tho for a reward of far greater afrai'.d to adhere to tholr opinion. Hartford Local A. S. of E. will met ing the lettcra would do credit 10 hi3 day only and In oommeroration of tho list because of ill healta. at Bennett's Schoomouse next Satur- 83ntilmontal value, his bride. Three larger 'bneatbren. Mo is ably assist- "Right or Wrong." Theso excollont birthday Tlu funeral ,tcok place last Thurs- day at 2 o'clock. Good attendance "belles" of tho slnties, whosu atof our first Pteaidert.) This ed in the performance " of his official Iftdlya are doing much for their church! S3emed strango to tho gontilman, day, Feb. 10, tlhe sefrvle-i- s being con- Is earnestly requested. Some impor- tractions lent graces to Canneieon a and town. ShnpWljtt, duties by Mtes Dada He ducted by Rw. Frank Thomas of tant jr and ho said somo unkind ithdngs. o were Miss Isabello Buacon, Miss business is to he attended to. 'pretty and winsome joung lady of Ono of tho best banks In Otto ' Huckelby and MUi3 isabjlle tha management cf (business went on to the post office for his Louisville, assisted by other Metho H. BALMAIN, PTO3. T. Island. .Mr. Bverly ds one of Island's mall, only to ha confronted by anicth- - dist ministers. The burial tiookplacj Kirkpatrick, eacli known to many Inarost nrcsresalvo and public spirited men cf the highest ingenuity. "slmiply at Ke Jsburg, in Logan county." Ho FORDSVILLE.. diana people of tho elder contingent, One of the most ipoputar railroad ed "closad" sign. That was by tdtiizen and numbers hils friends too much for him, and ho asked HCim- s- leaves a wlfo, and soven children foul Feb. 23. Mr. Lyman Hunt who has and it was the first named of thcs, ttoa hundired. He As cno of the most a3ns in the tho state, Mr. G. 13. boon working in Oklahoma City for who became Mrs. Morgan, tho ohcr daughrs and threw sons. ono standing near If "tho wholo d Illinois Oertral. Bartlett of ihe llioiiular. in Kentucky. soveral months lias njturned home two serving as her bridsmaidg. Mrs. thing was closed." class dchtl&t. wheso akdil can A AN OHIO COUNTY GIRL. For Sale. and entered school at .this place. ; Morgan has nover revisited canr-eltoinKentucky. not bo excolled Ml&s Ara E. JJavldain who was s Madisonville Man Suicides. FIv room cottago with 6 acres Miss Altha Brown of Deanfleld srtneo removing from Evansvlllo to A up to date city drug Store. crey manridd to Fancy Smaillwood, A first-clas- s school hero .Monday. Madisonvlllo. Ky., Fob. 18 E.' J". of land, lu Hartford, Ky., Good outKokomo. Bakery. runner nver-faU-In- g the champion. Mlddlo distance Mls5 Evelyn Ford 'whoo has iboen brick business Ashby on of the most prominent buildings and a woll of Several of the 'world Jn Pittsburg,. Pa. Jan. vlslttug her sUter Mrs, Robert Head citizens of Madlson-vIUowat?r. pnica J1.100. and owner of Card of Thanks. houses. 18th. was an. Ohio counjty gtrl and co&tago.in of Pwenaboro for several weeks has a largo dry goods e,s'abllhimc,n.t,'hero.' FOR SAKE Five-rooAn excellent hotel. 'We deslro to express our sIiuwa) formally lived at FordavilW iw1h,i e returned home. ended his Jlfo by drlnblng ia bottlo Hartford Ky. Price $530. tlianlis to our neighbors for their Da4d- - Several poamlar oluba and acclotlo?. lKjr parents Mr. and Mrs. J. L. A. C. YEISER & CO.. Agts., Mrs. Annie Baker of Denver Colo., Mr. Ashby wosg More pretty girls and handsome of carbolic acid. klntlne&s during tho Uluests of our son noww reside. Mrs. Sllwood la matrons Hartford, Ky. come last Friday to visit hor sister from his bed about 4:30 o'clock and 32tf family. than any town In Ohio coun cUstom 25 years old and Quito pretty. Sho ty. Mason, for a few wooks. Mra. I. S. went down stairs Mr. and Mrs- - R. D. Carter. in Ohio county. South. Married in the has imany friends Sh was acccarorandicd by Mrs. I. U. A good coal mines operated 'by man to klndto thoilro in the stove. Ifos-pttWon-da- ll Sho was a nur&o at the Otty Notice, of' tho mnrrjage of Mrs. Crowe and son master Charles After waiting far llfltean or twenwho "know how." Ground Hog Calls the Turn. tor two years, later going from Taylor, in December of Graham, Ky.. Sho wias JoinGood shipping and transpontatlou ty minutes for his ncltturn, (his Mfe Maude Monroe a clipIf it ds an apology that we owe :o Loutevllla to Plttteburg to accept ed Sunday by hex brothers Mr. i. B realized that something was wrong has just reached us tbrouih a Faoltilleg. pooaktlou as Suirerlntendentt of the the ground hog, here It goiw. He has Mra. Cro and hastily dro&eed. Sho did not find ping from a Southern ipapor and Dr. S. W- Orowie, of A popular Telephone girl. Hozneste&d Ho4vtal in that city, him in tho kitchen and wicnfeovrti to Taylor wa, the daughter of tho late It was kind of a family reu- the turu on tho ipeoplo of this secA number of "Llvo" citizens. oodhouso the and &here found Felix Monroe, of Baavor Dam. Tho nion that was enjoyed by all to tho tion aud it is duo tho timo honored AN ANCIENT HEIRLOOM. Many dad ones. an ofwwther prophet that overjJly who fullest extent. htm lying on tho groued unconaelous, notice follows: Dr. Prank DaWitt, who has. . A baauUfal cemetery. building om. Main InterFlorala 'Ala., Dc. 31-will bo an. enitortalnmerit at engaged In berating and denouncing There fice in.thOlbba a glaas and oanbOllo acid bottlo by Tmo eaurohes. him for tho serious .break ho had osW side. Thar was still 14 Strewt W"d ue an, unusual and ki tho esting ayaat jof Thursday evening College Hall Friday evening Fob. 24. Thra good Doc tor s oara Into fcte Monday for tensibly made in a long Uru of sucwadding ttf two of Florala's body and aha Immediately BUHHaond was tho Prof. David Falls left rMc which mentioning. f pooflooaHon sojne time && H i an ,No skkfwalk worth e cessful and correct wtother prognosEnid Oklahoma, a vl"'eln, but daath cam a .witWn iuot ojwlar. young poca)lj, First claaa sehool. tications, shauld tender an npology. Moaro Taylor and Mr. Walold ftwhlotwd parlor lAeip B"y olden a few ratauta buUdiag.. Haafeofee school t Old Age Fession Bill. Mr, G. II. started his weather mill temp is said to be 188 motive gvaaby Mr. Aby' ter Brown1. ,tkBs."ih The A of chfloale idakars who Washington. Fab. 23. Tua atot-mea- t on Sunday morning and It basbeti yeafc danddownotteok like a UmP ought to rtattvas for his tUath la thatha jwoa Th w4diag occurred at tho preth kieked out of .town. y 4uBded down was made that the old going it at a good and. iutirfaalory h would ty honpof. Mr. and Mra. Mabry on M M. '.It ilwto lu 111 health and kfiaw DON CARLOS. th attraotlvo age pension blU Is doad. for .the (pres- ratio error since, and ho has tho corsoon b 'foread to give up ida aaUva Fifth. jhropGht sworal bihowob of wtfkfl was wi ivalu-abroborating evidence of Mr, Dlyatoje bualivaaa llf with wWch arjtf p(ly and h, was and lmiag with ChTlattuas greaag, ent socslon? Mardi Gras CiUWatioi. DWMt baa . Dr. aniotig iwhWh haadaoaio white olsly attaahad. It af feeta many old Boldlers of Ken- tip tho effect that k. In to contluuu going In tho eamo direction for at qiritM a eoileloR of iiwUaa onHcs tucky. g4aamd. Mawli Qmm CebraUo Twoftty yw ago Mr. , Aaaby ,Nw Or-Ileast twenty Jour houra longer. By whtoalMkatspaait bis em.-- HtaW- On aeaauat movad to MadiaoaWll Job tha aoun-tp- y Mra. MaM'y weteomed iher guo&ts Li., Ka, lirths t tuo It is HkiAy that overybody of atova, tfae L. aad N. mill mXomb4 'IvMtm in I and bulk up a a$leadld tnad. Ha In the Uwiog roaai, whrQ taa artls- - S T r m awouM, of skepticism Mr, and Mns.Toha Hamilton, le&at w&o has 1WU of any 1 Ma MtWn af' Uw trip tlakata UanUwd Ky.. ta fttew managed avary (Mail of hla laualaaM Uc dacowjlona.wefa green aud red a la thelr'aaaomy will bo for ftB.tf iU of aaW Fab. Jiirt, hm& bad baas Higaa In X4a by Ma Dailolo4,JMult punea was scrtved br Ilaptiord, a boy, Fab'.", 19, Sta. I IahM(v-flaaig id aat aH tfoo bad words tki-to Mr, aad Mra. CarlUe Reader, Hart- AGAIN. limit ratanUag, faatUy1 to Mm a' vaaaUoa. Coaateai tha hoatw. t l ( ot latar Hum wWlht of mmn Utk MMaatioa brought ok Auaae lw- - 7h gimte wara aaaeatbled la tb (ord, a girl, Wad&aaday. iokoa agalaat tha fAlr roMa- A JMliljnl eoW munp follawd parlor to . iiu. , Mr. and Mrs. Goga Searoaaer, east oa of Mr, Hog and thou ho maff W tha bidal paaty. lUc Maaaaa had jpaiuallr laatjam. wlUlnig to 1st It go at that Mtt wbitaafct. eatoitt yore rdtUly lartford, Ps. 9, a girl. H. Jl- - MWCWMM, fat- - mwv WORT gol-dc- rn tain Ak.6 7 21,-lud- ed - u" fort t - t d ne post-maste- ng post-anaste- ir or .post-offic- es -- post-anasto- Can-nolto- super-anuaU- -d coun-ty'utfd- isa-bell- poat-onaat- i flrr -- en-tar- -- to , m asAN-ashi'- s al - n. An Mrs-Maud- nbw aftra.feal. tat , larm K tt; to-da- ko chrvs-anthomu- ia aa tld tWtlw Or-m- ay , te n y t falt ' X - CHINESE VETERAN, much r : X f wants iwfc Served in the Civil War on a Naval Vessel. It 'J Disqualified as a Citizen, Appeals to President Taft. - But my wtfe gavd Aa only" dah'Va, and now eho. too te dead. wra. True I did not tolead,. in ho ended with a quaint, deprecatory He fchirug, but that was not my fault. I fought nnd does not ono belong to tho country for which Kfa la freoly ottered? i ..I... a4 THJRNY PATH liMMr tm&l bavel a4ojtd. it hadd wb I iouM have sent them to fight for America it sh needed thr aid. My P'jopl Sent to Pen Charced Jfith lieve in loylajr thd country lifco tfixt b4;r to tewl of y fiouatry I be- Us wW LjMwe Mway I omh9 Jwr,,l kava tkt tjtl IMe not whwt to do. AWtf-fcartw- HAD we0B A f RAVELED hrs Killing Hssbawl, t to Later Sent to Lunatic Asylu- mt Ends Life at 71 Years ky Own Hands m V For Sale. Tho only Chinese- veteran ot the Civ Good nlno roonntwo tstory dwelling War Is living kIn Nqw York City, In Ccntcrtown, Ky., has good lUa name Is William A. Hang, and he good cellar, neVer failing well trht-eye- d la a, tall, .brown-skinneof water, good stable and other, out old man mtoo soils olgare.at 500 Paarl buildings, one'ftoro-lo- t of ground. A uVndjou mlendid location for family residence street Bays a arc hoarinng. about him ulmpiy iboaa'is and hotel. Price and terms reasonhla adoptod country toa lysTusod Ho let able. Apply to him sotvo it In peace as ho once servBAItNETT & FOSTER, Agents, Hartford, Kr. ed It in war. Ho has ibeen dlsqualN has appealed edaso citizen and ho redrew, sal's to President Tlatt for Women in Professions. the Louisville Times. ProJessional life is raot apt to win 1 saw Mr. Hang in his .little flhtip. At masculine aproval for glxls. sajs first glance ono mlghtaat take him Robea Haven Schaufflor in' Success tor an Orlntal, tfltih ,hls shorjt qiwuo-le- Magazine. In America y man .white hair, pointed white Uxird has small voloe in mraitter of caste. and European clotho3. Also ho spgak It 13 woman who wields, (practlcaly line EngUsh. Yet ihe was. 'born aad alone, the potent forces of scclal fabrought up in Hong Kong. fThis Is vor and disfavor and whenon-- j turns tiho story he ibold me. to conbddor the attitude ot men to"My people all ilvod in Hong Kong, ward professional life for girls, the but my father bad his business dn can contract is so abrupt that ono cannot ton. It, was what over there Is Wiled help 'wondering whether a triumpha business. My father J tha gratlfed ant instinct ot sold provisions (to the merchant ships and relenting, ihas not done somethat put in at the port TOils was thing to mould the society woman's about 1850. binignant attitude toward the proOne of the captains whom my fessional girl. father know host was an American For only cue-ha- lf of thoss girls named Capt. Cushion. Whon 1 was that men look witih sympathetic only a boy of elxteon my father laald ejes upon their vocation while tho to this captain: You take my son aUier half duslare that men regard over to America and give him an their professions with eyes of Jealeducation. I pay you Che .money. Then ousy, suspicion or frank amusement. my father told jne that I was to go Lawyers particularly are apt to rewith the captain. My piother didn't gard their laarned oiiponents in peteven know about, it My Ipassise ticoats with an indifference borderas paid on Capt. Cusflilonls ing on aversion. A Now York girl ship and .he brought mo Into New says of thorn. Moat women flawye"s York in the year 18G0. Is the a are taken as a joke. That IJhen for two years I studied dn greatest handicap we ihave to overprivate school in Brooklyn, whene he come. As scon as a woman aittorny put me. In the spring of 18G2 Jieoanl walks into a court she is greoted by to 4see me ono day at the school. Of the sinister smile of the judge and course I kiiQWjtjho war was going on her in the country. Ho talked to mie about professor A Kentucky admits; it, and then ho asked me if I didn't Many of the gentlemen I know I jwas seem want to go Into the navy. to be .at raid that.l am very I elghtoen and I knqw the ocetra. They suggest learned. that they was tired of going to school, J nald will study the dlatlonary a bit , yes, a thousand times. calling on me-- Some of them For a few weoks I served on a think that a woman would not be attraining ship in the Bpookjlyn yards. tracted to professional life unless Then with many othdrs I was taken she wore indifferent to men and off and sent to tho South. HUiey could life njt give much time to itralning in woman attracts If a professional those days. a man," says a far Wesrn lawyer, 1 served on many Hhliw and iwlth It is In spite of and ue& 'because of many Captains. There was ia Capt. montal gifts. Stow art, 1 ramomber, and the ships What is a cold Jn the .head? NothPenguin nud Albatross. But lit is so mbor ing to- worry about if you treat It with long ago that I cannot Ely's Cream Balm. Neglected, tha jnatiy names, I wtas in Mobllo Bay most of tho cold may grow into catarrh, and the and with FawagufB fletit bo so Inflamed .that you time. I was never .wounded, though have to fight for every breath, it Is rymmb-t1 had tho fovor. I cannot bslng frightened. You isdO I illd not true that Ely's Cream Balm masters ft'ghU catarh, promptly. But you kotow the et Into any closo, liand-tJ-liaing, such as tli i soldiers on land know old sajlng about tho oucco of prevenTherefore uso Croam Balm I euposo 1 kill a good inunj tion. Itjnen for 1 was one ot'tlie .powder boy when the cold in tho ihaad shows self. All druggists, 50c., or mailed and carrltxl the lqwdcr with which th big guns were chargid. Only I nnjver by Ely Bros., 56 Warren Steet, know whom I killed. It was almost like watoldng a war tihtrougih a telePhilosophy in Epigrams. scope. Regret is a preventable dlsea. "But" tho,bent shouldera straightA covetous man makes no fnlonds. ened proudly I thrived Mhrou&ih to tlie Jealously is a tnea that bears noth end and got. my honorable discharge ing ibut bitter fruit. with tho others in Boston, and about Tiio ibetter the doctor, the les3 he $80 in money. Tho iay for gunners thinks of his ablitly. bo6 in Vx'xa dia .wasn't very muoh, A woman's screams frightens a rob jou HM. bor .worse liari u man's plstwl. Then for two yins I wont to sa If you want your wish to com tree on merchant thtps. On ouw of tliutse. you liavo to help it along. oyagQ3 i niwt my wlr!, in Savannahi There Is always tho boat way ot and ufter wo wervs jrumruod slio didn't doing everything, evon If at only be want me .to go ia am any more. So to boll an gg. 1 camo back to Now York for I reThose wo havo tho least need of membered that Capt. Cushion had forgiveness are usually tho quickest vomo mono of my money. I didn't to forgive. Vnow Just whoro ho was, but I found A man .never knows" much until ha him finally In Snug Hanbor, down on Is old, ami then he is too discroot to BLaion Island. He had lost Ills money talk about It and mine, too, dunlng the war, but Wliat a lot of good you might have whon he J.w (tlu.t I wanted to Bottle dona In the world If you hadn't male dqwn in Ainorlm ho uald iio'd do all up your mind to begin .tomorrow. bo could to Iulp mo. Failure alwas contends that a man "So flrtt Iliad a tea store ruar his should bo admired for tlho effor43 ho home. Then a Botiup a grocjry toi In inalte3,and not for wihat he accomanother town a few miles u'way. And plishes. finally twnty eight yuns ugo.k canto Saved Her Own Life. to Now York nivd opened my olg'aP store.' At that tllmo I went totlmold ; Lebanon vfot, Ky. Mrs. ' MIohjIo City Hall witli my honorable diiocliarge Lamb, of this place, says, "I'bolfove irom the navy and I awulo out tjomo I would havo bon dead bafore now, had it a(A been for Cardui. I haven't had otfier paiwrjH as tlioy told me. one of tUoue bad Hpel&i ftlnoo I comSine ithon 1'vo voted for jvry Pivsldont only dn 1908, when menced to use your medicine." Car-dU a specific mod Id no for tho tried to voto tor Taft, thuy told mo I. lite that women slrffr. ' 0rdul Is my paperavhad act been Obtained ally and they wonlrttf let no vote. wade, fro harmlew vogotable tn- I do not undortftand, awd I don't rSlliHts. .It if) a adfo, rellabfe toodl-cluittowv what to do. 6o 1 Imva written acceully used by suffer- all alwut lng women for mora tfe&a fifty yuars. 3rakleBt Taft tolling for wile at all tkug it, and t)Mt I Hut tho clianco to vote Try it A2 la 1912. I Itope very glaU. fer him cia-ten- n, as to-dashlD-iChlnsex-rivalmei-chafellow-attorneys-" b3-fo- ro hlc Lexisgton, Ky., Feb. 23. MfX' Eliza bath Bush, 71 years 'of r ag,iad for th past fourteen y oasis anAwnatoof the Asylum here," commltited wilcldj Wednosday morning at five OjClock by hanging herself ito ,the foot of hur Iron bed with her stockings tied to gether and twisted Into a rope. Coroner J, D. Klsar hld an in quest over tho body 4n tho doad wo man's room at tho asylum '.at 0:30 o'clock and the Jury returned a vordio In accordance with tho facts as were stated above. T.h ta.iloldi urn dLsrOvpnAd dhortlv s attar 5 J o'clock Wadneaddy'mornlng by Miss Mary Cahlll an attendant, wiho went to Mrs. Bush'a room and found her sifting at tho' footof the bad. Part of her clothing ,hld the stocking ropo with which ' she had strangled herself, and MlssCahill thought tho woman was suffering a stroke of paralysis from iwhlleh she previously affeoied. , had bo-jAsylum doctors iwero ih'astily summoned and Jlrs. Bush was cut Joosj and artificial respiration bmployed, but to noaoll and a faint pulsa soon ceased and lif 3 passad entlrtftyaway. The suicide was m03t unoXPocted, as Mrs. Bush had always shoiwn the groatoat horror at any harm ''coming 4- -' to her. In 1897 Mrs. Bugh was sent to the asylum from Wolfe county which was the home of horsdlf and relatives. Several years previous to thiot she had been sent to tha penltonhiary at Frankfort to serve a life sentence for complicity in the murdirfof her husband, a man who iwus toera.lkg.d accomplice being hanged. After having served part of the uf sentence she suffered a Biroke paralysis in the penitentiary and was freed and sent back to her home in Wolfe county. Shortly afterward her conditions A bo- came such thnt her relatives rouna t necessary to send her .back to the asjlum. Since then nothing has Ahore. besn known of her relatives and her body will tlidriofore, be burunless led by tho authorities her som3 of her family appear to claim many eUp up. Do t not tfbek un-t- lj & MnM hrtvs; io bM J nma aw(M in m wwcr tooooi, aim d not put In salt aaUl Mm Mt , In reaaUng qtMstiHits, ewt a cnat( feuratiag sHt in one sids to wha hot. The rw ehoetmut can Ikj put in a popper and shakn over a BtowfKauffMl cookL tlirough, A better was' Is to boil for hfcout tn mlnutee, them put, while tfMi hot, into a hot oven to bake for ton mln utes or until very toft Chestnuts as a vegetable are used either whole or as a puroe. (For the latter, cut off the shell, boM until the inner &kin comes off easily, then put Into a eauccpan with lenough wtilte Btock to cover and boll until soft enough to put through a IdV'a- Thts pure thonn can to dressed as aro mashod potatoes iwlth icraan, butter, and.rseasoning, or allttlotnoro f t'J . .. :,r.jy-- r lt prvt Lfet US K. A ', PRINT YOUR OARD NOTE HEADS POST CARDS , o ENVELOPES BILL HEADS the flro until hot and serve in the middle ot a ring of fish, chlaken, aspic or a border to lamb chops. Sedentary habits, lack of outdoor c of erclso. insufficient mastication food, constipation, a torpid llvor, worry and a,nxlety, aro the most com mon causes of stomach troubles. txr rect your habits and rtnike. Chamber lain's Stomach, and LiveT fTablets awd you will soon be (well again. For n salo by all druggist HIGHLAND. BLOTTERS PROGRAMS vv LETTER HEADS STATEMENT HEADS CIRCULARS BOOKLETS ' SHIPPING TAGS LABELS v .1 ,'.. ' Fab. 14. The" farmers In this com munity have for the last few' days been preparing and burning plant beds. Mr. Oscar Kirk and family spent Sunday at Mr. Arch Coopers. Miss Pearl Thornton is visiting her parents In Fprdsiville. Mr. Fred Samploy has moved to Ellge Esltnldges farm. Miss Majimo Kcown wonjt, to Fords vllle Saturday Shopping. Mr. Dock Miller who taught school at Uiiis place last fall has enli3tcd in tho army. Miss Ina Mae Seaton, ot th's placrt has for tho last few days been visiting RoV. F. R. Roiberts of FordavlUe. Mr. Roy Keown went'to Owensboro Tue9day. Miss Annio Overton visited MlA3 Nannio Kirk Sunday. Mr. Henry Hobbs spent Sunday at Mr. Jamea P'orrj 's. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cheek was tho guest of Mr. Sam Miller Saturday. Mr. Morris Coopor is. un the sick ' X" i.X- A fSTOOK FORMS , ORDER BLANKS MORTGAGE BLANKS CATALOGUES DEED BLANKS Superior Quality, Prices Reasonable. Let Us Submit Estimate on Your Next Work. All Work Guaranteed, n THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN 'Phono Io. ZZ list Hartford, Ky. J.l.t tia Ui. l j.a,n.ia mj ... Mlsa Leona Cox and sister went to Ford3vlllo Monday. Mrs. Sallie Keown spent fTuesday at Mr. W. T. Keowns. i Miss Eunice bright visited Olara Seaton Thursday. ii t ' State of Ohio City of Tolddo, Lucas County. es. rn - Frank J. Cheney makes oath that hois son lor partner of tho firm off. body. the J. Cheney & Co., doing business In A piece of flannel dampened with the City ot Toledo, County and Sate Chamberlain's Liniment and .bound on aforesaid, and that said firm will pay to thj affected parts ia superior 'to tho sum of OJJE 'HUNDRED DOLany plaster. When troubled with LARS for each and overy4 caseof lame back or pains la the Bide or Catarrh that cannot bo cured by the chest give it a trial and jou are cer- use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. tain to be more' than pleased with the FRANK J. CHENEY. prompt relief which it affords. Sold Sworn to before me and subscribed by all druggist ni In my presence, this 6th day of De Prize Offers from Leading Manufacturers Cook on patenfs. "Hints to inventors." "Inventions needed." "Why some inventors fail." Send rough sketch or ntodel 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. Paint Lick Sick Lady. cember, A. D., - 1886. A. "V. GLEASON. New-Yor- Notary Public. (SEAL.) Paint Lick, Ky. Mrs. Mary FreeHall's Catarrh Cure is taken in man, of this place, says: "Boforo,vI commenced to take Cardui, I suffer-e- ternally, and nets directly on tho so much from womanly trouble,, I blood and mucous surfaces of the was so wak that I was downfon system. Send for testimonials free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. my back nearly all the time. Cardui Sold by all Druggists, 75c. has done mo more good than any Take Hall's Family Pills for con medicine I ever took in my life." m You need not bo afraid to take Car- stipation, . no new experiment Com dui. It is That Old Brick. posed ot henb ingredients, it has boen found to safely reWhen I go home at night and fUnd d mm -- fe GREELEY &M?INTIRE l ECw is INCORPORATED WkSHIGTON, D. C. i&mZM K gentle-nctln- g, miJk Ink WAITED-- A aj5.i:in7rjr; RIDER AGENT" and to district fieWTnWM exhibit kl lr o, to-da- ain lieve headache, backache, and similar my room Is cold I always ithlnk of Try It for your comforts I had In days of old. One fomale troubles. ' A-- 5 thing I call to mind Just now, J troubles. knew in time now dead Is that hot brick that mother put in flanols. i ncuiui&y uuMicia. Louisville, Ky., Feb. 16. The Ken my bed. Each night sho'd go and tucky Stato Bottlers' association Is get the brick Just when the clock y adopting a struck 8. 'Twas hoatod In tho ov,n In session here resolution condemning esovory ithe- on tho ritove or In tho grate, I'd pructice of inlsbrandlcg, which, they Jump m bed and coven up and put my aay, is bolng indulged In In Ken- feet on it and with a pertain shiverI tucky at tho prasjnt olme. The irof-ti- c ing boy It always made a hit. open violation of tho uteto haven't had a heated 'brick for thirty is in I I'm iorry that pur food laws, and hhey propose years, I guess. concease, flho rosDluUcm haven't, too, because I must that it shall provides tor prosecution of tlioson-gage- d fess I've sson cold nights yg, lots In tho traffic of branded ib'ot-tl- of tli em whe one hot bnlck In bed would sure have been, a comfort and a blessing on the dead. Nmw York After discussing the failure of.r-ta- ll Telegram. dealers to return emptied hostile It was dxlded to put a deposit eye-teTerrible Picture of Suffering. into operation insuring their, return, from purchasers. Clinton, Ky.-MM. C. McHlroy, 1, Tho next Meeblng of tho asgola-tlo- n In a latter from Clinton, write: will be hold hra in ScptmfcV "For six years, I was a sufferer jjrom during the State Fair. Officers 'wlH female troubles. I could not at,and ' eould not stand on my feet, without be elected at that tuna ftuffwkig great pain. I had lost hop. Cooking Chestnuts. Aftor uelBg Cardui a wk, I began Am0rioaE u chestnuts far tAeo to Improve. Now I feel Iwttor Mian Uttlo in cooking. They are nourtfA la Bix years." Fifty yoaw of tag and ilvoalthful and whon our Sa-blla aotual piuoUe, to poaKlvo varlu'Jag are not to bo had, lb pKf, fuea4shed by tlwat who have big French and Italian eluwtiJuts may tried it, that Cardui ea always be be had most of the winter, wKd. oh. tor r41evlag faawl waV- y dlnjayi. Try Cardui, BolllBg U about the Daly way mart hm A-- 4 pwca cook chotu-tj- , and vh MW. to-daes few.awiffiSS5sS nl FACTORY PRICES ".SfffSS?SHlw sfflr,.Tiv?'wai,w:i, b.'7cle ererrwaere aro .. m2?iSlrtl!i.1?he., "' powiue to nub JMrBEffillM H 1 ,nd YOK WILL RE ASTONISHER , Over two hundred thousand pairs now in use. 04tjvMuunj'tyuirivrmxf.uviwittvrarfjj)t irvvili; mumlit .. . .. fjirwa n. 1.. ur uiuaa iviiiriHCiuHts uuc ic mm &&a.a. aboks - t. out. Slity thousand pain sold last year. ' lr SSA&4 8 1 cort. ti'ViJC vlT, 4?.Siifiedi,u ". ""fr ave,(act PUIS SI .J,.... own name !.. C)famTlKd .h'.'S,."" ?".?" J..vi.r nicvcii:TK .. 1IANU KlmNIi Prii UlCVCLKS. Wi do ICU. ""'J? .. 'a..- uur pwrvfwecanmakoouthltyur. ?ZlViZm rrMrrM? TlX ?." lr.tMiv W our beautiful cauloru ani fuptrb.modc i at the widtrfutb " Unhfd - o -- "' - j " . p au BtretlrWM PMCTIIEPB00F m WO MhZXZ'JwZLJ'J. wau- - a " ne rrxmttur wait price ot mew tit ft tS $8 JO pair, but to tntroduct we tvtll IMTMUHfOI, OMLY vAimnt; pair pr mn nn(aaeinBiiuies.iiisiively tad easy ridiagr.Tervdurableandllnediusldewlth rn ra. a special rsuelity of rubber, which never become porout and which closes up (mail puncture without allow. the air to escape. We have hundreds of letter from A" and-puuetur "W eahaveonlybceu piamped upon ceortwlcelna whole season. Thay weigh noraortlrian nd,JJ.- adaa rtm wff"S to prevaot rim sutUiig:. Tha to oraii rfiRKqualUleabeinggivaa M oy several layers 01 tain. seeially pep red fabric en the1 WIU outhMt'aar other treaa. ine regular price ol these turn is f 50 per pair. but for KLASTflO auj dvmuinBriurMwearmaklnj(apecialtactorypriceto "w ntuinus the rider only u 80 per pair. All order approval. You do not pay a cent until you iuiiliISSZ3Lltl.!A r?i!-- i Wcihl'pCO.D.On ysu fk-OIPT,. uiiiiri K la kow that suc-ew- w cnwHHHi kl4. you wllllie so well pljased that wWu you WcvoleVlS uw BftMcat oHce, hence thU wnt remarkable lire or wuTJwJES'aLi? ' 7T' ve mU HOT oW. w W ad to-da- J. L HUI .i4 n.?r!&Tiui. ZSZK JtWy-eS- V u a"po.i StST "4 CYCLE COWrUti W1CM0, ILU HARD1NSBURG 1 GOVERNORS POWER TO CALL MILITIA Judge Carroll Hands Down an I 51 While Confined in "I am all right now,, MNSUICIDES thanks to Dr. Mites' Heart Remedy." Louis-vill- e Jail. Amon Hook on : .. was Under Arrest ing. The same relief is ready for you. Arc you sure you do not need it?. If Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy helped Charles Holmes, why won't it help you? "I was troubled with heart disease, and after readla& about Dr. Miles' cot a bottle.. Be. fore I cot the Heart Remedy I had to !t up most of the night, and felt tery bad at my stomach. Whatever I would eat made me feel worse, and my heart beat very fait But thanks to Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy, I am all right now. I eat good, sleep cowl, and feel like a new man, al though I am almost 68 years old. I have been a soldier In the late war of the rebellion, and was badly wounded." CHARLES HOLMES, Private Co. B, 54th N. Y. Infantry Volunteers, Walton, Delaware. Co., Heart-Remedy- Interesting Opinion on' the Subject. Troy are visiting Mr. and MW. J. Q. Wilson Salem. Miss Lucy Brown, visited Miss De-lFaught Friday. Mr. and .Mrs. Akc BoijFj!l visaed Mr. Bosw-oU--a mother. Mrs. Farrel Bcs- woll, N'arrcis, who Is very III. -- Vfh pound party at .Mr. l. S. 'Hughes Thursday might was laijgJy attended nnl lllcrhlv nnlnvncl ,1v ii1. Thow Mrs. J. D. Myers and' 1 Charge of Defraud- ". r f. i Hpw to cure a cold is a question In which many are interested just now. cide., Remedy has won Book was a natve of Hardlns-bur- g, Chamberlain's Cough its great reputation and immense sale Ky. He canried with him colds, it by a pass book on the bank of Glendoanvs can, its remackable cure ofupon. For always be depended Ky., upon .which Various amounts 'had by all druggists. im been entered by Hook himself. These sale amouonts totaled 284.50 while ithe only Attack Like Tigers. deposit Hook had made was $2- - It In fighting to keep the blood pure was upon the strength of this ipass ,the white corpuscles attack disease book jhat Hook is said to have been germs like tigers. But often germs able to obtain the money which U is multiply bo fast the lititle f lghter aro alleged, he secured. overcome. Then see pimples, bolls, years of age eczenna, sadtrbeum Hook was twenty-thre- e and sores multiply and Jratber small stature .He dressed and strength and appetito falL This fairly well. When found he1 was fully condition demands Electric Bitters to dressed with the exeption of his coat, regulate stomach, Mver and kidneys shoes and hat, To have been able and to expel poisons from ihe. blood. to reach the pipe extending from the "They are the best blood purifier," celling If hi& cell and tie his. sus- writes C. T. Budahnof Tracy, Calif., penders to enable him to hang hlmsel "I have over found." They make rich, Hook stood on his cot. When he liad red blood, strong nerves and Ibulld up ocurely fastened, one end to the pipe your hoaluh. Try thfcm. COc at all ' Hook tied two knots in the Buspen-diar- e, druggists. m which fitted behind each ear, before he tied the itwoyends around "When her child is In danger a woman will risk her life to protect it. his' neck. Although guards passed by his Cell No' great act of heroism or risk of every half hour during the nighttHook life Is necessary to protect a child Give Chamberlain's managed to work so quietly that no from croup. danger is Hound was heard. IX he strangled It Cough Remedy and all was hdtwaen the rounds of the guard,. avoided. For sale by all druggist, m Jailer Pflanz deplored the tragedy whn he was notified hut atltnlbuted But Does the American Farmer's '' '" ' the reason that) the discovery "was not Waatltf fact that ithe oelta made sooner to the The Canadian: farmers want Free-Trad-e, U are kxt dark during thQ nftgh with (he United States In all Itfohsle, that Hook hanged hlmeeir agricultural, horticultural and animal between and 12 o'clock' products, according to la recent memoThe police turned over to Deputy rial' fHed by them wkh .tho Cana,1 CiMr Kawerr'p4)ena,italwarom' dtan, paverp)He)t. Of';eoJie' But Heek 'when he wag placed udderf dees Jaftnerw&&t tfral . AwBg ihese ppW was one 36 omU per bushel Tariff, removed atjtor. teem .Allw. r! klncheloe an , all from vsy of Hardliwhurg, who aWjdd Hook fDanUC wheat, corn and kind's andfarm of rtBaved fow all W he dedned to dispone of hs lhierei preduee, so the Canadi farmer can la tola fttfcrf'iJ place. tWe eountrja. a drop iml Ho fe o'jy ejgttean yeans of fleod. ta.priee.ia tbafa awoup? The Dn-srW- e re.'"'aht'awkd'fcw year ago' In" party aaya fae.dtxs. BbW Ok la HardinsbUrg. On' 8kttktay 'rtorBto. 1BanL4a t lAortiy VfWr the mto. at her, ,, !- .UaI tern set at tJw she ,Cry7 IVa'aa eb w sm hr bete told of the dwitb at 1& .Make Ky., Feb. 20 "VVJAli ano of his suspenders tlghitly knotted around hla neck and tlio other end fastened to a plpo extending from the center of his coll, Amon Hook, a yours man said to havo confessed toi (thirteen charges of obtaining money by, false pretfcnscs, was found dead at G o'clock Friday morning In tiio Jefferson county jail. N'ght fjuard E. l. Itothen,bungjr was told that a man ha committed suicide In. coll Xo. in when-b- o unlocked the doors of Tier D third flcor, by one of tho prisoners. Thinking that perlmips there was ix ohance of reviving thaman RotHienbur-gep- r iran to the cell and cut the man down. The body was stiff, and after on examination. Deputy Coroner Kommerer stated that he had been dead for six hours or more- Hook was arrested on warrants qwor) out ,by Dr. C. C. English charglngithat Hook and obtained money undo false prepenses. It is stated .that Dr. English was swindled out of $10. The physician, had attended Hookls iwlfe, who is now-a- t the City Hospital, and had ,been given two chocks for his Services one for $10 and one for $G. Dr. English had given Mook $10 in return for those checks, his services representing the rest. 'Warrants had been sworni out against Hook alto by Fred First, and George Reach. Monday (morning he was presented In" City Court, but nis case was continued until February 21. He lis said to havo remarked to prisoners in the same tier- - with Mm that he "would not go to the penitentiary," and among ithe things taken from him at the time of his arrest was the following verse,, which was dated Claverport, Ky., October 15, 1910: "When you see ithls Remember mo, Tho in this world I may not ibe But if the grave shall bo my lot, Amom Hook forgot me not." Hook was arrested at ithe residence oj. Mrs. Cohen, 510 South Seventh afreeVwh ere Jlt',;is said h had for tho post four or five days previous to his arrest. He had'ibeea in Louisville for the past fifteen days, but 'had been here previously. Several weeks ago his wife was arrested on a charge of disorderly conduct and through Hook's efforts she was paroled. She has .been at Ithe City, Hospital for several days and Buffered a severe shock whn she was told that her .husband had committed sui .?T)uIsvi11a, o&d been-stayin- Misa.a and Annie-ranMrs. Robert Myers and children, Jlrs. Mary B. Wilson, Mr. and Frankfort, Ky FVb. 22. The easy decided by th Court Mrs. L. E. Wilson, Ellon, and Aniet of Appeals Tuesday was that 'Jif .. Wlkon, and sister Miss Eunlec; Mr. C, Franks, against SJlnoy Smith, of and .Mrs. Farris Jamison and JVttle Caldweil county, Involvlrg the right dangh T Lorotita, and Miss Verda Ja and power of the Governor to crdtr mison; Mrs. Agnes Brown and daugh-- l Into active service t'ho nKJlila cttlie ters Mlsaes Dora, Sink and Lucy and state tlio civil right and KmblllticB of Mies Pari Bryant, Mr. and Mrs. Dick millitia .while eo engaged as Avell as Stogn r and children j Mr. and Mrs. tlio BubordJucitlon of tlio military 0 Blfie Autry, Missl Lorern Whlii tho civil authortftles in the l.jrrMory Mr. Emmett Faught and sister, Miss Into which .they are directed to go. Dora, Mr. Leslie Myers, Mr. and Mrs. The action In this caso was for Jacob Autry, Salem; Roy HintW, e, damages for falao arrest, asked by Robert Danid and John MltchoU, Smith, a private citizen, against the Cedar Grove; Wayne crunies, Salem. soldiers who anvested Mm wlthcut .1 IK-Wlmost-ImportanRo-sln- Pent w-f- f; dauhtors tmxcNNN.vcHwecc Tho Kind You Havo Ahvnys Bought, and which has been In use for over 30 ycare, lias borno tlio slrnaturo of nnd has been mauo under Ids pcr- jhfyi " . sonnl stipon'lslon slnco Its Infancy. -- All' Counterfeits, Experiments that trlllo "with and cnuaiifrcr tlio health of Infants and Clilldron Experience against Experiment. Imitations and" Just-ns-good"a- ro but N.Y. Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy is friend always time of need. kept in thousands of homes as a to be relied upon in Sold by all Druggists If the first bottle falls to benefit, your money Is returned. Ask any Druggist. .. MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind. face burled in the covers. Her eyes were red and bedimmed with tears. Thirty Years Together. years of association think Haw the merit of a good thing stands out in that time or the worthlessness of a had one.- - So there' d no guesswork In this evidence of Tho's Ariss, Concord, Mich., who writes: "I have used Dr. King's 'Now Discovery for 30 years, and its tho best cough and cold cure I ever used." Once it finds entrance In a home you can't pry it out. Many families have used it forty years. It's, the most infalli ble throat and lung medicine on earth r, Unequaled for lagrlppe, asthma, croup, quinsy or sore lungs. Price 50c. $1.00 Trial .bottle .free m Guaranteed by all druggists. Thirty of it hay-feve- To Build Armories. assistance of the 4ate a $25,000 nnni- -' iFrankfont, ky., Feb. 21. With the ory will be bult 'at Ashland nnd a J15.000 armory at HopklnsvlHe, for Use of the military companies located at. those two. places, Both buildilm will bo handsome and well adapted to the purpose. The erection of these armories is in lino, with the plan to Improve Oiq facilities of tho State Guard and put the compann&cs on a sounder baste. Lieut. John W. Sugg, Battalion of the Third' Regiments, at Madlsonville has tendered hils resigna. tion, which has been accpteed. Ad-jata- nt civil warrant. The opinion of Judgo Carroll is Oilrty-tw- o pages long and goes Into all tho dcitnila of the law on the subject. It says; "Th0ro is no Umitaition in the or statutes upon the power of tho Go,vemor in ordering into active service the mllltta of the titate or to direct into what locality tht-shall go or operate. He is the sole Judge of the necessity (that dumando tho soldiers. "To his good Judgment and sound discretion the law has left the final decision as to ordering the militia Into active service. If he acts wisely and prudently well and good. If he acts hastily or unwisely, there Is no powoer la tlio courts to control cr restrain his acts. Any attempts to do so would ,be an lntenfcrenco by one department of the government with, tho power that Is lodged In another, department. "The ipoiwcr thus lodged inthe Govabuse, but all ernor Is subject to power is subject ,to abuoe. Under this powei' he can' not indupenndently of any olvll authority. If he wanltd for a request from the airthooritiea then dfeaatrous fjo the It might prove pease and welfare of the state-- " As to the power of soldiers to arrest a citizen, tlio opinion further says. "Any military officer, whether given by the governor or an officer of the militia or civil officer of a city or county, that attempts to Invest either officer or private authority in excess of that which may be exerMt cised by peace officers of tho Is unreasonable and" unlawful; and If it is obeyed iito officer or private giving obedience, subjects himself, to such punishment nnl liability as the penal and civil laws of the state Individual against a private guilty of similar transgression of the laws and mights of ahe citizen. "It results from what wehave said that the conduct of Franks and his assodatesln arresting Smith was Indefensible. - He had nob" committed any act that would justify a peace officer in arresting him or detaining him." The Judgment of $1,000 damages against Franks was affirmed. y ct on ;, A King Who Left Home. sot the world' to tnlking, but Paul Maithulka, of BuffnJa, N, Y., Kiys he always KEEPS AT HOME the King of all Laxative Dr. King's Now Life Pill and that they're a blessing to all his family. Cure constipation, headache, indigestion, dyspepsia. Only 25c at all druggists, m Cistorla Is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphino nor other Narcotio Mibstancc. Its ago is its guarantee. It destroys Worms nnd allays Fcvcrishncss. It cures Diarrhoea and "Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates tho Food, regulates tho Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Tho Children's Panacea Tho aiothcr's Friend. What is CASTORIA ' GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of Fear of Failure. Annapolis, Md., Feb. 10. Fearing that ho sould not bo alilo to pass the 'examination in April for admission to the academy, Benjamin H. Phllson of Racine, Ohio, committed suicide, today ,by shooting. Young phllsoniwns delicate but was ambitious to enter the navy. The Kind You In Use oZucJickc Haie For Over THE CCNTAUR COMPANY, TT MURRAY TRCCT. NCW YORK CITY. Always Bought 30 Years. He continued to study though warned iby a physician to take more exorcise. He entered a closet In his room to deaden the Eound and fired three times. The third ,6hot entered the brain. Schoolmates found his toody. His sister, Miss Mabel Phllson Is a - nursa at the City Hospital, Ohio. POSITIONS iffy GUARANTEED JjvH WE will GUARANTEE you a position If you us real Boon. We need many more at once to supply the enormous demand graduates. As soon as we get the required for our number of etudonto this ofTer will be withdrawn. So write at once for particulars. Accused of Stealing. E. E. Chamberlain, of Clinton, Me.,, boldly accuses Bucklen's Arnica Salve of stealing tho sting from burns or scalds tho pain from tores of all kinds the distress from bolls or piles "It robs cuts, corns, bruises, sprains and Injuries of their terror," ho says, "as a healing remedy its equal don't exist." Only 23c at all druggist. m 3a-S- '" GEO. W. SOHWAHTZ rnlNClVAI. JJUOllX .11.03 sVJUl-llll3lcopo..n ICNTAnUHnRD 1S04 UJ IOTJISVIZjXaTC, KY. For Sale The Writing of Letters. is not .Atnlent for vouchsafed in ftvrybodv but thp.r is letter-writing Real Estate! V I Hin UlhB f Mil & friiill-50, Acres of the finest Rough river bottom land located tlireo miles west of Hartford. About 20 acres In cultivation. Good dwelling and out buildings. A bargain for $1,250. Special Notice. Beginning with the next issue this paper will henceforth publish obituaries, resolutions of rospoet and cards of thanks at the rate of two cents per lino. Also notices for church entertainments where money is to be made will be charged for at tlio same rate. For many years this, paper has published many columns of such matter without any charge whatever, but in Justice to ourselves we must henceforth make this nominal charge. Our paper space, ,1s tho only means by which we have to earn money with which to keep it alive and it would be just as fair for the merchants to be required to give away their goods as to expect this from us. We trust our friends and patrons will appreciate our position and govern, themselve accordingly. THE REPUBLICAN. nhcnlufnlv n avuiicA frwr riTi imrwntii.nt business letter being ,writtjn in any but the right way. Tlhro is no ex cuse for writing three pages when one will do as well; no excuse for getting your sentence into such a tangle that their disentanelem'ent, caKsfor an official consultation, if you are writ ing in which. an order is given for work TenulTlnic accurate measurements soe that vour fleures are indicated in such away that there can be 'no doubt on the part of the receiver as towihld is which and iwhat is what. And see that nothing is left to 'the imagined ion; state the case as clearly as u you were instructing n child. Ac curacy of this kind is likela- - (to save them nnd much annoyance to nil con cerned. Finally, sign jour name so that It can be read. Nevor mind the flourishes, and then you wont have such frequent occasion for swearing when you find yourself "sot up" with a wrong assortment of Initials and a misfit surname. 4 Wo have 460 acres of fine bottom land from one and a half to two miles of Hartford, iart of It with an timber. Also about "75 acres of uphelps hurts, but it won't cure aching tooth, wonn't wake a marred land belonging to the samo tract. one look like its old self. Takes a Terms easy. experienced dentist to do skillful, 180 Acres of land two miles south all the sympathy you that. Get relief and good of Itoslne on a free delivery route out can, but for real appointment of Beaver Dam. 30 acres bottom 'laud dental work make an the with us for the practical way of get- about 20 acres timber land and Five ting your teeth in fine shape. Best rest of it fairly good upland. two crown and bridge work in this town room frame, two story house, or any town. Teeth extracted with- barns and good tenant house. Splenout pain. All work guaranteed. Tele- did orchard, never falling well in yar and horso lot and spring in easy reach! phone 218. of tho house. In good repair. Must DR. H. J. BELL, be sold and will be sold at a bargalu. SYMPATHY ill f rlvll eovnj Gut DENTIST, Office in Republican Bldg. 'Afraid to Stay Alone. Cherry Moore Hartford, Ky. Valley, Ark. Mrs. Carrie ,of this place says, "I was afraid to 6tay by myself. 1 had headache nearly all tho time; my heart would palpitate, and my vitality was very low. When I would lio down, at night, I had no hope of living until day. 1 tried Cardui, and now I feel' bettor than I have for 5 years. I cannot praise Cardui enough for what "it' did." Are you a woman? Do you need a tonic? Try Cardui, th woman's'' tonic. Your druggist sell V t.RoouncoANDDcreNpppi.'r-- ". trade luarkj Krte advice, tow to obtain rau-ntnranniif hta. etc in all rntlNTCIIES. dlrtclvlrk Watting to Jl tinu, I Butlnnt Kiottry ana ejitn imjaieni. Patent acd lafringemtnt Practice Exclusively. Writ np mmA to ua at IIS Wath (tmt, erp. V&lUd Btotei faUat Oac, WASHINGTON. D. C. story frame A new one and one-ha- lt building with five rooms and large recptleon hall, built out of the best selected material. Situated on Clay and Fredrlca streets, Hartford, Ky. Lot 00x205 feet. Fine well of soft water. All necessary out buildings. Apply to Terms reasonable. HARNETT & FOSTER, Hartford Ky. Going Like WJdfire That's tlie way to descrlbo tho spread demand for wide- FAIRVIEW. Fob. 14. MIsa 'Maggie' Wilson spent t n ar-rpa- t,. tyeMjA ndeue 'V' rsdV ftr Gtlllrn rbpBtiA Feb. 14. Tho W. O. W. will gave a suDer' and Ball Wednesday evenafteamoon. ing Fab. 15 at Woodmen Hall. Mrs. W. H. Lyons, who has been Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Dandol OlaAon and Mr. and Mrs. WiiMe- Smith, Ce sick for name, time Is able to bo out dar Grove visited Mr. and iMre. Oscar agaiiu0 ' Daniel "; Sunday. MbwjMary Daniel who has been ill Mri Walter' Myers Narrows vislM forsejv'oiW days Is some bettbr. Mrs. 'settle Mitchell, nnd daughter trJeode and relative here the Lattar part of as'week. Saturday from McHen-r- y MilnHitM Lorena and Beulah Wilson wfitire they had been vlaKlng1 Mrs. apest, 1 George daughter, Mrs. week with their brother. .Mitehell'H FiatC MrJtlerii(,WJiwny'OteteB. ' Mr. ai& air Mm. Mdvina Hall and eon Wilbur Dick Stogar, visited Mr. R4.tMr8i,C C. Watte, ThursAir. and Mrs. J. F., Al' day night. loa, . MrlvF. W.. Daniel who Btutk a wed Mteea, Jetole apd.r.Lwoaa WteM, Salwaf asd M &go Is not Dora ffeuht vtelWd in 'mn'ft'' stfveral MlwtBeUle MyVii, Sutoifey. welljet, r Thisiefet'jf;'hfe eVe belDfi Mr. MtBitJe Myers sad' MWJ'a Hon badlyiTiBjured. ' " ' bos' " Pearl-returneare'-vf-lU. . last weok with hef brother, Mr. lra Wlhson, Cp.no Run, who is very bick. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. "Wilson visited Rev. and Mrs. T, J. Ataton, Sunday n.' 0LAT0N. Al Walter Wellman's Great DooK Ono critic calls It a "fascinating record of Bclontlflo adventure' i another ESPECIAL OFFER: compares It to "a swltt sailing h!p, wit ' Maia ta batU Naw Baalacaa; A. Science at the helm, and Atlienture In ' trial will uaka you a rwnnaoaut eua- r tAfnar. HatUf aotloa ffuaraataad aryonl thn frimlnn1'. nlltl nnnil.Ai. nntta ll.u. , ' Enonav rttf undad. anfo ..ink J "l'v "ii unsiirs witii nuvcnture.aim is brim-- , fV.lf..M.IMPiOtaiMriMlanM -- m." .wmrewm .MMbu I fill of education Jn aviation.'' VAnyhow, Hiuhu, ak.t IMailllllHJa'llli MM.tHiaa(nMk(aUMlHl.AiMM. UliU. I it is a ertat soHer, as each day's order I Ml In KaMtMni. Ulla Tnltr.rMrM Tall.. T.tiu4 show, I 'allu. Valla, Oaaaajrnaaa. ua BauTHtaaUia BUCKKC'S BULBS SUCCEED! BULBS I THE AERIAL, AGE ,' .u ""'t aui" u- , lMlliaa4UUTallfa.rIa.aM. II -- Ptr HHNlSaa 5aKTlP"'w iwwwiymm fnj usSMSassrsrrt: WI4I Write - ' in - Mtatiea tbU " . - r ' ! AGENTS to-da- y WANTED UfyaOfcU tatttMilW. Mt W ar laH , U( avaaar aai f Mia..aUMabMrWlI IB 0WMHUM T 4 MUMtu, ImmmM ImImm I -- Ut !. (vw aa, 1 IMM tWm, 1 1H I Baa.UafcaH.nUTaU.aal N IMMMI feMltaVitf .afauata raicaawaiaaf waanaaaaaaiai. If o. kH.-W- your application for exBend clusive, territory, with 35 vent fer 33 kpaco agent'B prospectus and successful selling cunvass. Deduct the 3S centa from your first remlttunco for G or .more books. Address, I ' d8 v., 4- - 1 .'.-- .i.ll ' t-- fr ""; Marbrldje nulldlnj;, ,,. , . . j Broadway and 34(h St., NKY Y011K. H.ti h- - A. R, HELLER ' $ CQ.. .'V V ry. Hifttfot'd Republican. i J I IHlafefwl iwweHitf te tew nt th TortoWlM JtotWord. Kjr.. m mAH ibaKm M the neconu , by, 4 J t i r r i' ? "eewilfitjim fits"evry. !tfew Juilg" gentrJIy are te kj 4im?t&t4 to Ma ,.t.frftort rf PropritOH O'Rpar ds meritfcaca t'ls"-v- y k'n Are Now Citizens in The coBte-- free at ty. Whsi-- .w'il fho 'J. dairymen cf WfceonsiB, tho AvoUd to as, for no other fcasaoai the R -followers at La Fette, Uilnk of it? piiDllcsij nIl mate no mistake In United States eemmunlcMioES to Address" all They havo iKxsa g'jttlnx faBcy'ptilc. rnaiVjr aim h Ir nominee, Recently The Hwrtfprd Republican for their "wttor. do hwo tho dalrjimea when . v.:& .aUmatol from Wankfort decline to Tan 'iu-Tthat h. Totall of 158 Romans SCatholic of Iowa ad hM olihpr StoUa. TacXiisrHioiTae. was rwjolcl&z In tho Dimocrattcieuip, Wht wiil.tho woruMipfHl Koriain Housekeepers and those who preparing followera of Murdcck lihrnfc of 15? Churches are in the fliue -- aSl and one pnomlnijn,t damocrakc aspi. ..- Joxg-fa3fcVv... Canada ckes nti: bay muifi of what Very much interested in for housekeeping rant for a place on tho stat ticket they prodiuce. Canada producca a ran across the street in Louisville, " FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 24. securing a good Cooking Stove. The most good deal of what they havofjo noli. under great excitement, to ask th.j Tho question la whajbcir itho Ouia-dia- n Secretary of tho State CommtttiJ important of all housekeeping duties Milwaukee, Feb. 22.Thero ore ANNOUNCEMENT. production will bo hoavy onouph whether or not the report was lrut, announce Hon manifesting the greatest joy over it at present 14,681,761 Roman"" (itho-Mc- s to affect the markois cf the Unit d We aro authorized to cooking. We can supply the good cooker. g in tho United W. S. Dean o candidate for Staa mudi. it s pcesibl-- tfat we Representative PARTISANSHIP RUNS TO SEED too the 1911 Wiltzlus offlciaTk'atholic can absorh Canadian agricultural proto tho office of We show nothing but what we know we can which Is now inpress. Tho ducts without marked tflotfs on pri in tie next General Assembly of Ken"It ds not eo important ns - directory,given do not Include We have any size or style the ces of what wo oursdvfl produce. recommend. tucky, subject to tho action of the which Democrat are mcmlnated as It figure Catholics in tho Philippines! porto Republican party. Tho reciprocity treaty opcr.B up th.i is tha all Democrats should support in current demand and can please you YofYif the Tariff question, and there Is going tho nominee of their pari "Hartford Rico orHawailan islands" wero added to tho numbeiof Ro- to be a strenuous Cortst at Wash. We in style and price. What Is being dono to bring that Herald. the man Cfttliollcs under thojstars and ington City. Tlhe country wauM' n t The Herad is very much mistaken canning factory to Hartford? stripes thero would bo nearly bo astonished to fin,d sovoial of 4ho MAJESTIC Unbreakable Range, the highest when it takes this position. It Js ImInsurgents turn s'Dut I'rotecti on'ti 3 Tihe opinion that wo need good portant and mora important than any Although tho United . States reli- wiithlm the next faw wosks- Tacomn grade on the market. A Stove bought ,t party should nominate the .very tast roads Is unanimous, at present. the Ledger. "..credits tfi.jy gious census of 1006 men for office than It is that our store is sure to give Tlio Stoto Formers Institute Ishold-Jn- g should be supported whotber good or Roman Cahtollc faith wlthnl tho Wiltzlus figure' Is not interesting session at Mt. bad. This kind of blind partisanship nn exaggerated, ns tho census! bureau THE BANK OF HARTFORD Staling, this week. ia over, even dn Kentucky, and a deduced 15 per cent of':jts total nomination whether good or bad, by There .are indications that tho io equivalent count for children, counting, only com- - EXPRESSES APPRECIATION Kentucky either .party, is no morn called Young Republicans of ilk" to an election. Tho nominee must jl municatants. Un-rare going to leave iho reservation to the paople either because of According to tho directory, some more, we trust their wanare hla icceJl?nt ounllfclfes. nr luacauso of aro .in. tho United States 17,084 Tho undersigned Sitockholders of will end peacefully. churches l3'4G1wL the belief that ho ould arrj- - outf00"0 Prlests tho Bank of Hantord fully appreIs filled with of Dressers, Of this number 9,017 have! resident Senator Bradley, has decided to vote principles enunciated by his ipaxty ciate tho many manifestations and In favor of itlie .report of tho commit- platform which aro considered best for pastors. Catholics algo control 4,972 expressions Beds, Wash Stands, Chairs, Rockers, Mattressof confidence of our patee In the LorJmor case and has is- the pvpte or a combination of both, parochial schools with an atlendance trons, ar.d the. public generally, dures, Springs, Tables, Kitchen Cabinets, In addiUotf'to til's ing sued a lengi&y statement reviewing in order to make sure of an elec- of 1,270,131. the i,aat ferw weeks of financial colleges for 'bojs and thoro aro 225 "'the testimony and clearly justifying tion. .etc. A complete outfit or unrest, and we would seem .ungrateof same 696 academics for girls and "jils proposed action In .the matter. ful should we neglect ot express In can be supplied here. The ecclesiastical seminaries HARD ON STATE MILITIA. stock, the a public way our appreciation of tho United Stat'ce Senator Bailey has According to tho Wiltzlus1 publicaA recent decision of the Kentucky rt assurances of faith dn our bank and the best prices can aldeclared that ho will vote ngalnsftihe Appeals renders service In tion, the states of tho unto'n having the loyalty shown. Texas Court of Canadian reclprrocity Itreaty". ways be secured the largest number of Ca.!ihofi!cs are; this store. This store is Militia a very hazardous qplrit lit is not from a iboajjtful ds a great agricultural state and Sen- the State New York, 2.75S.171; Pennsylvanmatter.. The decision srow out of a that we make this pubUcationv for it the home of the Famous 0STERM00R Matator Ballsy is not In faor of free illlt .hv Illinois '' lr,446,400; ia. U2739; icnmo nnrlls In TVARtrJ'n KenIs prompicd by tho kindest feeling, trade, when it effects his own people- oui,- Mwaacnuswta, J.38u.a;-uwotresses. Look these lines over. , We can do tuclty agaJns,t members, of tho State and we have the deepest sympathy ; The OwcnsbonTMessenger announc- -' guard for false arrest, during i.he 271; Louisiana, boi.iii; Wisconsin , I for all who meet 'witih misfortune, you good. Jllchlgan, 636,107; Nw3oraj', es that a wWte woman was robbed on night rider trouble last bilmmer and but wo consider it proipcr and due the streets of Owensboro a few das holds that a mumber of thi3 orani- - 495,000; Missouri, 452.703; Minnesota, that wo take this mdihed Df ntasur-ln- g cigo at midday ,by a negro foot pad. Just1 za;eon has no more right, to arrest 441,081; California, 391,500; connc-ctlour friends that- - we aro anindful thlnk what the Messenger would have any one than any other pnUate cifc- J- cut, 378,834; Texas, 239,917; MarjCand, of tho confidences riposed dn our eald, if Owenshoro now had .a Repub- z.en, and is subject to suit for dam- 260,000; Kentucky, 147,607; "(Indiana, bank, and that it will bo our lican .police force. ages for filsa arr-3t- , notwl:hajar.ding 223,978; Rhode Island, 231,000; Iowa, aim to have its affairs conductNew 242,109; Naw Mexico, 127,000; " ed and managed In such a mannjr has he may have been ordered to r W ore glad that Congress by superior officers. Of course Hampshire, 126,034; Malraf 123547; so that, nt all times, it .will bo in rais-- j thy com- 'IndAoattd that It will guard is Nebraska, 122,510; Kansas,ll0,10$; excellent condition, aa it was " Peueaiion of the rural mall carrljrs. If ,tho member of the State ,. 4i Colorado, 99,483. Ului"r by Mr. Lon Rogers, State Their position Is not an The statistics for dlocese'Of Louls-vill- o and ln conjunction with them, Bank Examiner, upon his examinaeapbclally on many of iherout. s!18 follow: Bishops, 1; secular cler-gS- ', tion deputy sherIfr be 8Vlrn to a short time ago. over the Kentucky mud roads and they, hd " 121; religious, 65; total- - clergy, IJ1y;u UU UJ1I3JV. X1V.1- .(rtuwi We have depositors whose nanus deserve good pay for their expo aire 184', churchess with priests' 109; to all sorts of weaUktr and (haTdsiTips. evur for Srjvtral years the stat3tncops a missions, 49', total churches, fl58; stu- have been on our books for many BEAVER DAM suffer from the installment of absolute have been ordered into various cciui-tltyears past and we are adding many e the farmer would suffer dents, 30; colleges for boys. Sj'Uxml-nari- new names to - Ffah'Hr FeK of meptjngs serfes The mer, fact thaii. Frank of Keatucky, not only without our LodgcffT- - wnlch haa" failed to land Mr. Speight In the request 'upon the part of local au- for girls, 14; parishes with fact is evidence thai prompt and which have been, in progress for the least. He has been a tremendous.l5uin United States District A'i'Jorney's thorltlles, .but over tholr iprpto.t and schools, 60; children attending, IV courteous treatment is accorded to past week at the Methodist church er through Protection, and ho fully are getting along nicely. There hawo realises the face. He would he a heavy orphan asylums, 3; orphans, 293; all. for Westisin Kentucky, or camie wlth this boX of condition confront-,4!and he rea other good appointiiv.3 rffice und r ing a membtc it is not only a dan- - homes, for aged, 2; total children in Our depositors' Interests are safe- been several conversibns and five ad loser through Free-Trad- e, lizes that But tie also realizes that administration, is no gerous undentakiEg, but one which no Catholic institutions, 13,490; Catholic guarded not only by conservative ditions, to the church. the National .. J tJle general Ismoshing of values and xeason to suppose Uiait he Is willing member of the State militia should take population, 92,607, Mrs. Roy Tichonor was called to ' management but haive the further pnIos whJch Free-Tra- de 4 would bring finance a campaign for him for upon, himself. Rather than do tb's Diocese of Covington: Bishops, .1; protection in itho sum of 100,000,u0 West .Point' last eek on the ac governor of Kentucky. count of her brother having the meas- - ttuuUl xnQ larmers. would be In th, he should withdraw from the company secular clergy, 68; religious, 11; total consisting of our capital of clergy, 79; churches 'with .priests, 54; ui au.vauiige. iney aro mio stoakholders' additional lia- les. The itJhr.ee Kentucky Hepublioam to which he belongs. Unless theslate missions' 23; total churches, 79;col-lege- s Is willing to protect 'her soldiers by u,1uut Miss CorlneShultz Is spending this wh7 bilities of $40,000.00 and a surplus jmembors of he House of Represento "u for boys, 2; academies for girls, account, of $20,000.00, iwhich must sufficient laws to guard them against week with her aunt here. MraTiato elycs tatives were conspicuously absent buy. People must eat There is whq,Te 8; parishes with schools, 3"; children absolute socurtfy to those who dereciprocity treaty financial loss and worries of lawsuits attending, when the Canadian the farmer "holds the age." No.ma't-t- er 6,826; orphan asylums, 3; posit with us. We have had some real estate dealwas voted on in that .body. Howqfer, they should resign in a .body, it Is orphnns, 190; how great may be the crash In homes for aged,, 2; toing in our town lately. Mr. ,W. Coop- prices we' presume thej1 all had good ex- enough for them to consent to bo tal children in Catholic institutions, Wo are Justly proud of tha of manufactured nrticles-it- be called out on behalf of tho state at. received at the hands of our er lias sold his house and lot on cheaper cuses. At lcoet equally as good us they become under Free-Trad- a ibelng 9,536; Catholic .population, 3,600. patirons In building up a 'good Main street to Mr. Albert Leach of the one given by the naw Dem- such dangerous times, (without the better for tho farmer food' prodi-uctDloceee of Indianapolis: B'shops, strong subjected to lawsuits for damages bank to serve the Peplo of near town, the consideration Doing ocrat senator from West Vlrginina, iwill always he a necessity, and 2; secular clergy, 167; religious, 65; our county, whose dejnands iwe try when there was a vote on the Ship when compelled to obey .their superior Mr. Gibson" has sold his house and food products come with to meet from 'the farm. officers in making arrests. Tho truth total clergy. 2322; churches in a bafe and conservative ilot to Mr. John HI Barnes andMr. Gib Subsidy Bill. Herein lies the portentous slgnlfi-canco'is no state troops should be ordered priests, 144; missions. 48; total chruron way. son will movo to Central City in the ch t the Central New York 192; seminaries 4, students, .102; Tho ncwtax system-whiis be nny where in the state witdout re- Elsqwhore in this issue of The near future. colleges for boys, 2; academics for Republican vill bo Herein is a fact and a tes proposed for Kentucky should bo quest upon the (part of local author! founda Stat em enif of Miss Eunice Shultz, of Fordsville. treat. Just, as one that will decrease tho itax oft'ho ties, there is where the responslbl-lt- y girls, 10; parishes. (lt(h schools, 116; tho condition of our eurely ns the Amertoan bank as of Feb- has entered our school. Wo are glad farmer finds man who owns a Email piece of land out that there Is Prctec- shoud Ho and the People elect children attending, 15.578, orphans ruary 15th, being two months alnco to have Miss Shultz' within qur midst. uwi every one cut aim, Jusit eo. which cannot possibly escape the tax their own officers. When a condi- asylums, 2; orphans. 185; hom&tfon our statement 15th, of December Miss Harrison of IslandKy., is the surelytor ln- gather. In order to do In is, we sug- tion becomes so bad in the county nged, 3; total children in Ca:thollc hernial vote to .bring In Frcie-Tra- da J published upon the call of the Seore-- guest of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Tichonor for every one. gest that there are thousands and that the local authorities will neither stitutions. 16.464; Catltolic population, tory of sta statement fs the thig week. Yet It is toward this disastrous thousands of dollars in personal ask for aid from jUie state, or control 1258, ovJae"ce of what can .be accompllsh- Miss Emma Paxton, Is the guest of development prapenty, notes and bank deipcs-ltsthat 'tho Canadian Tarthe situation themselves, military law These figures aro ro regarded as of ed by the support of loyal friends. Mr. and Mrs- - Sam Taylor this week. iff agreement directly points- which never pay one cent of laxe'i. should ,be declared "in isuah counties ficial in Catholic circles las nhe in- for which (we arjasinconoly it noti- thankful. Mrs. Hunloy of Olaiton Is visiting ues xne Ie tills fair to tlw land owners? ,r American farmer that Pro-by ahe Govcrew and this will give formation Is furnhshed direct; from Reapectfully, Mrs. Matt Hunlcy. tectlon is not .for him The answer the various Catholic chancery ' .of- J.NO. F. ALFORD, Among the contributions to ; tfe), Tlio state troisawiie pTefoctlon. 'Mra Pearl Ashley anh little daugh- of the. American fanner te certain to SAM A. ANDERSON, ter Mildred, are the guests of Mr. and be: argument, iro and con, on tnr Vnfo Sritiwt' Prifo Orrlprprl "Then we will have Democratic JOE C. BENNETT, Mrs. John Pate. treaty wilth Canada, wo notice Free-TradNotice. Lexington, KyTrW- - 20. .Two then we will have proJNO. E. BEAN, Mr. Don Tayor returned 'home last tection that Somo one has truly said that ern Kentucky counties, Johnson East for no one." it becomes, there and Respcctr-arThat Resolutions of MRS. MATTIE B. BARRETT, week from Dyeraburg Tcnn. th man who works on the farm does foro, very easy to ,& why tiie Deo it J. S. CECIL, hour sys Pike are expected to furnish tho next published ln The Republican at the not- wxrk under mocrats in Congress ar so strongly voto bribery eiensation through grand rate of two cents per line, sixwords REV. J.T. CASEqiER, tem. Ho never inWksijIWB than ten Why Denocrats Support the Can- In favor of the Canadian agreement. Jury probes. Judge Klrje in his averaging a line. Please do not send J. D. DUKE, hours, and often fiurtn and bx-ee- n to the grand Jury at Pike-vlll- e obituaries to The Republican Svkbout adian Agreement. JAS. M. DeWEfiSB, during the twenn'four. why y yordored a thorough Inves- expecting to 'pay for publication of Notice to Creators. . J. E. POOLE, The natural, indeed, the almost Ine, should be bo compelled to compete tigation into alleged vote celling dur- this kind of matter, in all! cases 4. W. FORD. vitable, attitude of 'agficuMaral with Canadian agricultural products, Creditors of 'the Ohio County ing the last several years. He also cash must accompany obituaries' un(mrs. j. w. .ford,,, toward a'poittlcal party wxlch Bank will please come forward and. while the manufacturer und u's la Johnson county less you have an account with this hcAraya them Vindicated jiith great settle " jess borers aro protected? Tho D'mocrat- - announced that the IndebtedBeBs'. . Is my ingrand Jury office. All matters fetf abAircbbw. ate rowan holbrqok, foree in th ntt& of" a farmer of purpose and the desire of wwyjbody ie party In congress, hy an almoat structions. will receive aimltar where money le te govern- Sr. L. 11EAVRIN. CeaVal New Yoric State (to. the Syraunanimous vote, has d'&Jded along Mfola wkh.the bank to, hanre ds hundred Indictments jwero re- eu uy sumo euuuippuu a 00 11- W.M. HA3IILTON, cuse PosU8taadwAi,4 Jlia words sound with president Taft and u pant of Threeby declared to the depositors as tho grand Jury dn P'ke coun urarles. NAT;LINDLEV, , '& almost like tie crack of doom "when speedily as possible Tbto' ihe Republican rawnbeis of Congress turned year cswiot be ty last and euvoTaa convictions WARRBN LINLEY; of the United Suites thftt the farmer done ualess oredkors df the bank were obtained. AnumbexaftheHo In Reciprocity andtld FarW- W. S. UKENS, , The Democratic, RepreeemtaMveB at will assist by meeting (JbVlr sunt fight bis own batt&lcs alone dictments are fetill pending ankl those "What .wiin s. JNO. T. MOOREJ, the agricultural lsatB WasUngtom Haye'sa' wiae Jn in- ' x& In competition with almost will r SIRS. JNO. T., ftlppRE, also be prosecuted. of Jho Central Wt, sucb oj KawW ry other industry protected. AotiiV 3tf drij?;,,0Hr A K.T,PATli;!, AariCTea . I Nehraska, Iowa,. Wisconsin aapajtfla-nesot- a, AIRS. MAMIE MILLER, it KaoiBK FHU Why Not Everybody. BecauseOenerar Pcncy" Haley spoke wherein there has foeena,dt) MRS. ANNIE NALL, er, Vfk I the .Rnwultau' l A Hurt Falw. out in meeting and told hf fellow The New York American Mm the of "lceurglag," have to say of the MRS. M. J. R086, , StroaiHBt SuMwrtJ Would Hwk ITh reiiKooKyvuoawaa vM Canada J DenocraU (that they were n danger o motto of "Free Food." But U free proposed rojprocjrty treaty wi Caaa- . 'MRS. BBN D. RINGO, kmmc Have a Dwoomtle Rule. 'la - 1 fuIrA. ud ' lv'. ... leckig Kontuoky In the election this food, why not tra everytthdBig atee? da? Tho Tariff on article ., . . .. . .. .'"' R. E. LEE SIMMBRHAN, awed inn ibuk, ,k - ',h n .wem tsnmga mw in "4tk 'Kr.rrnJ ", wW be a fall, provided Judge O'Rear was ibe New York and the Bast are Insist-i- s by the farmer U rcmovied T. J. SMITH. on having those thlBgs. made tteo. wea&ee of tho RepubWcaus tor frOv- JNO.Ve. THOMAS. eoe vrJ,h1Wsasd. e .aTBor, the has beea taken aaverolyto that they buy .from the Weal, but ln free. No Tariff on eggs. Jb Tr- MRS. JNO. C. THOMAS. a a uiU M v .. awl a'oweht i h th,6y Asant to keep .the duty, up on Mf oa ehAskeBH or wheat or hogemt-U- a tttfc by the Deaaocmtic sietabera of L. WORTH TIOUBNOR, logisal .Wha -"rr r - each, w by r" 1nf Qeagree. from K4cky andthes. things, that ttiey wi to lh) aad Bhwp it's a prty go4 Joke URS. L. WORTH rr3HNO, U come West, GeHttotiDeB, TanHf' will oaths the xmehas 'thought, it kacwuiry wfeo has been crViae eat' MRS. WOODBURY TWMjUeY, c .tlHMlMtVBsWi, to sr a4 agaMHt Ahe hlg Protected lateral as4 'attt' in h tftrefc; Uetankicn Mri- - set norlc tfcatway, HtimjW&tiiL miss HTfTA tvuomm. W.rx., devise. Haflito Rub-llaaa- ;' eoamaiBig the Payne Tariff law. The 1g that Kefttoaky (v so deuoeratk: JACOB WBLLBR"; . ' -- , ' " " tmrntmrntm- avw fe Mwt a wnlfjulk mkimBLki. so RttUer who to Bomlwtted ratfpreofcy will otter the XarAf Uiie H.'J. W1NJIW1R, vtUMmrr.?fWli C4, eisfea, , ' , .., f.V BARNETT NEY FOSTER J ir4y- - We af & cVjcttoca hr aro rot carried by such djcamlWns as Hsu. R. Y. JTboamm inHuled In tipm'VMMn&m. Th wotem carry tho cleeKc, and from .tfae rasamr 'n whicfc em deswerattc fHfie go Into mt FOURTEEN MILLION ROMAN CATHOLICS opporitunKy t moiMVrnto weVitCi-ncM-. prathtpcf'.ii n3np)ihoy4 Th out t)M hflfM tfNtt. it (At i rMJfled In tho eet at Phj;e, fat a thr wMl V-fc. be mn rjJaCbn trty 1 Hrlrm- - Not groti.'. Food jfo4ttCt Stoves and are are FurhJture o t . "" is'the Statesl-Pfaccordln- that's carry great Vj. - SATISFACTION! a great variety ap-Pk- o ad Our Furniture Department Safe any part largest j greatest variety at at , 54".-936- - cou-atar- oi mak--arre- E. P. Barnes & Bros., cd atotei"5 "! m'J BEAVER DAM, KY. A es Sgj-wr- he Free-Trad- of-IJ- 9: J ! 0. I"1 V T j.uji Tl a $1,-C- of farmer-statemen- 1 rm , V" reci-prDci- ty e; e - an-iiwt- to-da- pro-duca- ra t'cosnell It d)v-Men- 'r 'he-say- "otoll-Htloa- VAMf. ' WrTbt(el4v- - -- 'VtCZmr''' h m. eiMsat'(te't i&t "" - "" u ... Mff frrer .cTZftlBtoTw -- fil Car -- ;iv S ? X v Still Hold Good! "" !! th ftw Ruth Hammond, of HorW, w guest of MIm Hcffiio RHoy thta Sz& Data ; w week. CO- r 0fnofficew ire callow ymtorduy. Xsrs. j v. Morrison and Fulton nit The Rcfliubll-S- rf CarjCula Best Northern Whitu cents per bush!, 32tf fjJr. ar J tVSp.cul 1&& Mrs. jar-iT- l RcJidr aro . Han'jfcrkl MM Co. ct a. Ufiy Wcdaisday morning. girl' lYiid-Feforu- ary I i I the Now Is .the season to buy Poultry urm or liayioss Bras. Tnmmy Food. Buy an HONEST FEED. Quak frienJs of Mr.' Griffin wish lilm er Hon and Chick food Is tho clean- great succs In his now position. est and best on thoaarkot. Go; tli latest nvs rrcm 'Hartford PARSONS & SCOV1LLE,-CO- . 29t4 and Ohio countj' hy rfading ,Th Hart Leave your Laundry'ar Cleve Jler.'s1 ford R publican very week. All of grocery. Work guaranteed and.prompt the ltcal happcrings ore ch.'onic'4 Agent for' .'Majflfacflvllle each delivery. k, aesisCtd by a largo i. :rps Steam Laundry. 'MadisonviWStce & "cf.sp slal correspor.,dv.Dta throughout tf. the county. Laundry Company, Incorpomed. In the )Paico of a jiumbfir cf he followine marri ace license havfe friends, Mes Bertha Jonas' and Mr, ?en issued sine our loi.it Issue. Jamts JBencb gaUoreb Clothes H. L. Bolton were married t .the rud-- i "W, Wedding, ago 34, tpEn5ma Sm'tli, denca .Mr. Logan Brown, ne 6; er.iry In order that we may clean np our entire stock of Klrtley, cfSunday evening, Rev. L. V age S.j, Hartford,rouo to Maggi pir-ti- e; ag 24, McHnry, M. MaddoK, nge 14, McHcnny; WINTER SUITS AND OVERCOATS, we have Tichenor officiating. Claude Mr. and Mrs. Howard Gray, of St. Johnson, ago 22, to Myrtle Maddox decided to let prices remain same as during our recent Johns, Kan., who have been visiting 17, MoHenry. inThis means a great saving to you. Big Hon. and Mrs. H. P'. Taylsr, and Dr. The Denver Comedy Company playand, Mrs. E. B. Pendleton for tho past ed a Dr. terested, come and see the Best Stock of Clothing in B?an's Opera House Wedseveral days, returned to theirhomo nesday evening to a large audience Ohio county. We are sure our prices and styles will Wednesday afternoon. The program conslsttd of music, singinduce you to make a purchase. This means a Tonight at Dr. Bean's Opera House, ing, buck and wing dancing, comedy under the auspicies ct the Ladles of and talking aots'and--wa- s enjoyed. Th ... now the Methodist Church, a French Pea- violin solos by Miss Zelda Stfciwart now sant play,"Jeanette's Wedding", and wena greatly appreciated. a farce. .Proposlps undyr Difficul OR SALFariironRough rlv6r, now ties," will be given by local talent. 3 North Hartford, Ky. Overcoats at same reductions. Don't forget that it Special music and drui3 have also farm contains of acres. Will This 210 sell been prepared. all or divide to suit ,purahaar. Has pays to trade with a house that saves you money. dwelling in gcod WANTED "FOR U. ST ARMY: Able-bodi- seven-roounmarried men betjween ages fine barn, godu orchard, plenty of of 18 and 35; citizens of United States, water and a fine lot of sarntog tfm. r -- 1 Mi n .J of good character and temperate hab- ber. Price $200. ' speak and' write its, who can read A. C. YEISER, & CO. 32tf the English language. For informaHartford, Ky. -i tion apply to Recruiting Officer, Main Among those who have ' enlist A street, Beaver Dam, Ky. 28tf. 5 army at the Recruiting Station Misses Dona Hoover, Lorena Ford, at Beaver Dam, since our last issue Hattlo Glenn and Messrs. Orland Park are: Harrison House, Caneyvllla, and Byron Mason went to (Censtertown Ky.John M. Carr, Drakc-sboro- , Vernon Wednesday afternoon where .they at- Cornelius, Drakcaboro", J. "s. Griffith, Scores of Tennarkable values In our tended the Washington Birthday en- Bunisid.3, c. W. Hoops, Cool Springs; lng the former's son Mr. Homer Llnd- - large the convention has been divided new , 10 and 25 cent Department. since the one held at Bcd.x in Oc . tertainment that was given by Prof. Toay Wilson., and .W. Wilson Ready, ley and family this week. 2?tf HARTFORD GROCERY CO. Hoagland and Mrs. Boskett, ,who are Ky.h'J. F. Ball, McHenry; H. C. TurMrs. Hannah Park accoojripanfed byl Mr. Alvin Ward and mother havo FIUDAY, FEBRUARY 24. ner, Sma ciauda Braicher, Simmons. her san James of Andersonville arp moved to their farm, Mr. J. w. 'Marks, of Jiadisonvllle, teaching school at that .place. "" spent Saturday and Sunday heo iwith Fordsvllle is to be conigraitulat"d Miss Mattyo Moselcy's pupils, the at the bedalde of his slstpr Mra. janit-- j NOtiCC. Time his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Marks. upon the enterprise of several of tin primary department, at Hanitbrd Col Ward who lias a bail attack of ery- - i HllnolsCentralRallroad"" i Tho undersigned assignee of Tho young men of that place, who have lege gave a moat excellent Washing 8jT!a3. Table. "We have for ealeetrlctly pure (New ' flrst-cla9- 3 "k of Centrtown will be in Cen- Dam Kv. organized a At Beaver (brass .band. Th ton binthday program at the college Mr. Mcso Wornica has moved his n. Orleans Molasses, right from the have got down to wonk, and (praoVfii Wednesdayornlng. The little folks family to Andersonville iwhlle h ex- - tentown, Ohio county, Ky., nit thu Sonllt Bonnd. North Round. trip to office of the Bank of Cenlcntown i HARTFORD GROCERY CO. three times each week. In a short did exceedingly well, and reflected Pects to make a prospective No.l'Jldu4lt:S3a.tD. No.t3Jdae4 05 a ra. March 18, 1911 at which- , Saturday time thoy will .be able to make engage mush credit upon 'their painstaking Arizona. No. 101 dne 2:48 p.m. No.lKlu12:VSp. m. The Cheapest Place of Earth to buy ments (for tho summer. Tho Iband is teacher. time and place said assignee will No. 1ST doe 8 65 p. m Mr. Plea3 Bradshaw and family of j Ho. 102 doe 2:43 p.m. There were a number of .all kinds of,Seeds. under the leadership ,of Mr. Lee visitors, all of whom enjoyed the pro Pleasant Hill have recently mowd on's'-- t to receive claims against s&id,e3- The OHIOJCQpTT SUPPLY CQ. gram immensely. School was dismiss the farm of Messrs Lindley and Henry tate and any creditor failing to pre- M. H. & E. Railroad Time Table 2?tf V Hartford, Ky, Ay.(.1vi. n ed 'at noon on account of the day n Mls3 Fibilia Foster and Mr. Dud- - j sent at th,j time named, his claim .u,... . V.IUK UUU1J1 'UiUAV 4.1" .1. a fc."M IUU niw. at Hartford, Ky. ley Wcstcnfield who are attending j verified in the manntr as arc. clalini - ipateter, of Kentucky, Mr. W. W. Clark" bMng holiday. Hon Alvls Bennett, of Louisagainst the esate. of il ce. 0- Time table effective .Sunday JDeo. 'vlllo YiBlted ' father, Mr. W, G. past master of Owengboro lodge, in- Airdrla city of Hartford Collcgo visited their parents . "w CfWt that it need cat be verified by 4th, contains the following Bchedules: Kentucky, In Muhlenberg, county, Saturday and Sundai'. Bennett, near town, a faw daj's this stalled the officers and instltutud the claimant No. 112 North Bound due 7:29 a. m.' week. Mr. S. P, aumierrur uxwuuy jiau " a person otiic--r than th yew Manisonlc lodge at Owonsfooro which was recently Illustrated In the dally except Sunday. litter from tho manager of the Sing- shall be deemed to have fnnived hW evn,n of' lMt Woek' rrho Louisville Courier-journa- l, seams to In order to know the real ing Convention which convenes at right to any pant of tha assigned esNo. 114 North Bound duo 3:40 J). m. of advertelinng it is necessary to "have lodge has been given the name cf W, have became famous once more, Mr. daily except Sunday. . his Pleasant HH1 tho 5th Sunday In tate. See Russell's ttatut.;, Sec. 402. experience In both the profltajblo und W. Clarke, and. has a membensJhip of Otto 'A. Rothert, the This February 20. 1911. No. 115 South Bound due 8:55 a. m. thirty. torian and magazine writer, of Louis- April requesting him to attend with ' unprofitable kind. dally except Sunday. 32t4 tho NoCreek class. ALVIN ROWE. The Republican has a special pro ville has written to L. R. Tlchonor, Mrs. J. 'H. prichard and little son, position On account 6f the district being so Assignee of The Bank of Centertown. No. 113 South Bound duo 1:46 p to make to Stockmen. Come of Rockpoi't, Ky., who wra'o tho ardaily except Sunday. JamesjBeaioMjtt, of Louisville, are visit- and see us for your' stock printing. ticle to secure a duplicate stt of the ing Mra. Prichard's parents, Rev. and H. E. MISCHKB A; You know we will treat you right 'and plwto's to ho used in a history of Mrs. R. D. Bennett. of of give, you more, for your money than Western Kentucky which Mr. RothCol C. M. Barnetit leit Wednesday you 'can got elsewhere. Wo are pre ert 'will shortly publish. Alrdria is Fordsvllle, was Mr. j. w. Hale, of or Mt. Sterling, where he will attend pared to turn out all kinds of prinMng one .of Kentucky's most picturesque own, Tuesday, the State Farmers' institute, of which neatly and promptly. Satisfaction and beautiful curiosities and will mak je C. M. Crowe was in Center1 ne is VJoe president. 15, 1911. guaranteed. Don't fall to see us be- interesting matter Tor any history. Itown Tuesday on legal business. contracting for your printing. Mrs J. C Payne,- - formerly of St. fore Baptist Church. lir. J. D. iRalidi. ha Dundee Mei RESOURCES. A iTJue Central City Argus says; i.u, vms.wm a.wfcv--, v r .iB., xtr ..D uu? jo Regular services next Sunday. Sun-fra- y Co., was in to,wn Saturday. cantile Riley, before leaving for her lw steamer, called "The Hartford." Wallace , $170,291.80 Brills. Discounted School session at 9:45 o'clock. uu Deen pux on ui eeuriver, a iu:i Mr. J. ATThomasvis to Morgantawn, new home at, Wyamuroa, Florida. worship at 11 o'clock Cash on hand and with reserve agents Manning ...'.. 66,327.22 betwAAn Kvansvllld afl Hachstrtr. at Kyv this week transacting (Uusdnuss. " Hart Brandy Peas are the flnebt in the Junetion of Green and .Mud nlvcrD, knd evening worship at T,H o'clock. Checks for remittance 2,014.70 - Attorney. 0. B. Llkoniautrnod Wes the world. . Don't take our word .for it B, Y. P. U. at 6 o'clock Sidney The Hartford "will snake samlHweekly business-trtp- ' Lot to Fords- - but,,' try, a! caBand'be costvinced. Williams,; Pros, Banking Housoand nsday from a 3,000.00 trips, and ia'running In opposltl'to . PARSONiB & SCOVILLB, CO. ville. t4 : 1,000.00 the regular old packet. Tlho nJw bo.t Preaching,. at Concord 'Baptist Church Furniture.and Fixtui-es. . Mr. Ray Hatcher went to Madlson-nrill- e Try a can of Pasco Corn and no- carries freight 20 per oent draper ahd Saturday at 11 o'clock and Sunday Current Expenses ,..-.689.72 afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Monday to attend the Bryan tice the difference.. It's 'real sugar laibelng well pWrssiaed. ,.'..'... . The. public cordially invited to ull Stocks andjBonds speaking. Corn. Ooeta So more than others. Air. Wood Engltofe.af ,Ellaabbtorvvn seryjas. .PARSONS & SCOVILLB, CO. Ky., as adminUrfJfrfer cf .th,flta,tQ Mr; Fred Co6pex the llverymasi MIL i J. W. BRUNER, Pastor. Total. - Mr, J. 0, Fehl returned Saturday of James. Haaabrongh doottued, has ....$250,523.59 spent the first or the week traneact' RookporiUKy. Hardlnbung, Ky., filed suit against the .Illinois' (Wtr-i- l j iag husinesa at a&eraooB from ' , LIABILITIES. For Sale. seg-lenWO 44mag w railroad for We have a comparatively new stock Capital Stock Mr Vick. Stewart returned Ito Dun- wWe he tvent several days in the ,oa tha f part of the enloyps JJ 10.0C0.00 ii dee Tuesday after a visit la Hart- latere of the' Thomas Monumental of Geaeral Merc hand tee iuid also a of ifche cowiwny, which the (PotiUon. Drug Works. 20,4)00.00 store that we want, to cell cheap Surplus ford aad vicinity .wlthf relatives. ( clabaa reaaltai ,iB.'re'Aeth of Hans Mr. John. Glenn left Monday for brougs bot'torB - carry their usual line Undivided Profits 391.57 H. B. Carson, manager oi t. J. at McHenry, Ky August, SO. A oavlBe!'where he heard 'Hon. W 1910.. good trade; and the and Oftway'a dryoodl store Fnaak HaWch'a eodwrtor, ahd aro4pgeying- a v 220,00 can 'be bount ,or, renteu. wbieh Mr. Glenn r""R &vlPMfrWMftf(lKi-3ftc- r la the KaU?atarfre' Henry, Boydeslneer are sawed as swrtotte . i ForVjpematon. " couu- - (xvdafead&te. i or address, R. V,. I lonncifQ ta ..... 19.'),912.02 friR7AiaWebr Yis' , 32U WJWMfta. 'Beaver DB, Ky. ty for a few days. 7 ri .. Mr., J. B. Tajwaa; returned H ane pleased to call the afceixtlon We """" Total ,....$250,523.59 fpom f 'i i ErJlBtoB,, Ky, 'Wbeo-yo- u braad PASCO of our readers t tha see the VJ ftttniaH of N0CREEK hl aa WJythiBg (a the gpoeery Mae, it few dS yitipr kg swfc T. Moqrk, (Jashier. the Baalt ef liwtford te thhTisiue ' Sib.,22.--R- ev ., W. H. Crane flllel 4tvaAbMUMr, pV. la the bwt that w kww ihw to huy which briags much erMt,to the-offfPyaH, hU:.wrular apolntment at Shavers J. W. FtioDj .; do " NMcato Bttiwi vbJ QwarUra Lojfwl dkeetora of thfe imitlUrtlon.. ChApel jwr Brewiun Sunday. .,' aTnoC'Thomas PAXSONS & SCQVUX1 Co. 4WW? lt- - 8Ma tfiHT i, I . TJira awo appeara a, oara frow tne Mr, J. B. Ro4gr8 of Beaver Dam Diroctors. ' ";, R. E. Lee Simmkrman, , ttisoeiijftMw yew MfcoStintog Ufto stookhotdvM, aad should he 'read by ,, eotMter. k rX v a "Uw, fftmA of his dughtr, Mrs. HOLIIROOK. RoWAri Whwt ,j Mtf UARTOiP to call 4 Ik jweu Tfe aw will ran- afl, Jt I- - always gratifiylflg1 IbmCKm- - P. Bv TiwaMeU Thursday night, ha was attaattoa-nt"wweh anboaHal Mwmea'ni. I acwarmniw. by hie two UtUa chil- - .Subscribediaiid sworn' tq.l&foira me by,ilNO. T. Moohii'thig tot Vtmo OM -""- - TT'i-- -r .'! 'Tktfs tVea, and. tkht hMc the '0m ia dnntk rcmalsd for a wk8 umP. HMtUry " February 20', 4911. , foo. B,. WiLsoNVN. C. " " to wngi.pr- Lladiey, Llvrmore, wtmitfim - ia e4fMee aaa pi.treaa, which . 1U, ,&, J.('W,u,JWyjl H has PAmiWNS ft SQOVILLWQO. alwe t MHAHlMtloflt i SVwiiM, Colorado aeevtat- MM wfvJ5l RKffitPnHL1 MlimlgiaiiaiH 'W43WM I routo 7, ami Mr Mr. W. M, Ballwiii,.cir Bai3r Dani, !ffiUEiP arl J fS Tu"ksr, of Livfa, Tho Republican , office a' pntl ' ' '"''H- - house, y.Xrday ia' jljfcjj1 'edncsday. , ... iviciiii.r.ir r.iiiri hi'Jviii r jui iv .iniira ti,jj.U 1'rof. J. T. Hoaglard, of ComJer-ttVrftown. was a fkasarji oallpr, Rflllir-f- l 'JA ' YelM- & Co., tho l Es day aftornx)on. UtoJ and Insurance Astft3rpoiitho s;t Mr. Emory G. Schroetor Is in Ow- - MI'S OI. a farm owned bv J. E. Mc- nmsboro this week attr.dlt a. PhC.)fcnjitck to Gcdtll n rtf firtf.n grapJias OdniVenKion. Ky. Prlco paid, ICSO. Bjst Northern White So id Oata f$ Pat DRiits, of RtMnflvIU , KJ-- , (J5iaE3 st a In a rnvival mr.l.nn. n 50 cents er bushel. thS M 'had'at C'hiinth lm iuav..r ram W. E. ELL.IS,'' Rur. Lavia Is known to many in this 32t4 The Pioduto Man. Attorney M. L. jrft TJ..-da- y cuyj a;.d conducted a rovlval fcierc sv night for Rlson, Ark., whero he eraLjars ago. ijtw Sun business for Mr. Alvin wTr Z. Warns, GfilXIn-wrt- l wnt on l Rowe, assignee of tho Batik cf Cen- - dayfc for Lou1h1!, where h has ac- 'oajaU'J a position as tmvrflne sal s- jturtown. did n A "''. - m.. -.- , R'-n- SPECIALS 2 IK-aTl-n rma r wholisal) a rI Notwithstanding a verysuccess ml sale just passed, we still ex pect to reduce our stock, We have far too many Shoes. make sales lively in this depart ment, we will, during the balance of this month, give, you 10 per cent, off the price of any shoe in stock. Instead of paying. $4.00 for a Crossett or Florsheim, you pay $3.60; all $3.00 Mens and Sale. If Women's Shoes $3.15, and so on down the lineany shoe less 10 per cent. If you have never tried our Shoes, this is a special induce ment. $20.00 Suit $15.00 Suit $12.50 Suit $14.98 $9.98 .$8.48 they become our shoe customers. Most people after buying a pair of. our Shoes, are so please that il ed m V Zlffl6b IT PAYS ITO I, u In-th- e nIHje33XiIJm& Hartford Republican. s plan-tatiq- o-- ti crted toW11 woll-JuiQ- Statement the Condition THE BANK OF HARTFORD February u-.- ;-- ..... tr ee ' ' ttti V -- Xe - J9. l- . 4t BJ mf '- !- 4ji 1Bfpy lfc &Sbl iwtewtow tmwk iwial'tiarr -- tfw , Oves Tw-pll- elt "'; i. ' rvwl "wgi "flWIIIUMy lif, T.'. v ytF R v WMJ?. yfiif'w v w ifv 0 t U i. O' '' '""' 1910 Prolific ta Odd '"OOO ""'"'- - .?. t-i I i mi i ii iQ Ah Editors SUtemeit. The indtanapollfl Kemp cfeAras It has discovered a Hooslor edltotvwho duha token time despite" hla ties as a "moldjr" of pubic opinion, to keep track of hte material andrnon ,tal .progress during the year, of fers ithe following summary of his experience. Been broke 300 times: Had money 65 times. Praised toy the; pubV.c 6 times. ', Asked to drink 8 times, Refused in drink 0 times. Missed prayer mojtlng C2 times. Been roasted 521 'times. Roasted others 52 times. AVnshcd tho office towels 5 times- Missed meals 0 times. Taken for a preacher 11 IJUncS. Taken for a capitalist 0 .times. Found imoney 0 tirftop. Delnquonit paid 27 times. Paid In, conscience 0 times. Got whipped 0 times. WWped the otheT f ellotw 8 times. Cash on liamd at' first $1.49. Cash on band at present 67 cents. NOVEMBER LAMBS . I m hvy AT WEANlflG TIME. When You Think Of the pain which many women experience with every month It makei the gentleness and kindness always astooi' ated with womanhood seem to be almost a miracle. "While In general no woman rebels against what, she regards a a natural necessity there is no woman who would sot gladly be free from this recurring period of pais. Ms. ' assw Freakish Happenings HE KB are odd ered that has since run 200 barrets a yot Important day. events In the Two queer conceits were wafted day's news that! across the salt water from Europe. A loyal subare not found at ject of King the top of tiio first ' tsBssU Oeorge V. page columns, yet knew of no are worthy of better way to reading.. Those show his dewho seek the JCkt 3fcM ' votion to his quaint in perusmonarch than ing: the doings of !9by having nn everyday folic may bo Interested in nn English Jack' annual review of 1010 so far as the tattooed In colannual happenings go. Itwas a twelve-montors pn his bald prolific of the unique. head, with a In the. lnltlal month for Instance, reproduction of Mayor Shank of Indianapolis, the aucthe king's fca- tioneer executive, became a Solomon. S& tures on his two violations of the saloon 9 Hearing of 1 closing law, he ordered the establish express was halted In ments shut up until the owners had the midst of run by a self its attended church on at least one Sunday confident Germanfastest passenger In order morning and had remained throughout that ho might run. back and find his the entire service, this to be attested false teeth, which had bounced tbrough In writing by the officiating clergyman. nn op6n window during a sneezing fit. The new year was not a day old be A legal complication thnt involved fore the first novelty was evolved In much Judicial diplomacy occurred In Frank Angela, Detroit. A wdman. having a now bat who reported In mind, drew a ten dollar tylt from the himself at the bank. A gust of- - wind sent It across big Pennsylvania: the street, whore a goat, in charge of hospital in Philaa youthful master, met and devoured delphia for treatthe bill. The boy was arrested on tho ment. He had charge of theft, but proved his Innoheart trouble, and cence by killing tho goat. The treasit was accentuury department recompensed: the woated eyery time man by issuing a new bill, but no one he looked at a paid for the goat. , pretty girl. The 'What's In n name was demonstrated prettier she was by the vigorous legal protest of n the dizzier he beBoston Norwegian nanled Kruse, who came. Because of was nnturnlized ns Crusoe nnd whose Christian name was Robinson, cnus-In- g the numerous rbtladelphkrbeautles lie could not. walk him' much anguish. About the abroad. The physicians said it aws the same time John Henry Thlrey of Long first case of the kind since 1851. . , . , Island city regretted having named In the same month P. W, Seversen his youngest Frederick Cook Thlrey of Portland, Ore., discovered he had and obtained the court's permission to made 'a good swap In 1859 when fie alter it, butjto John II., Jr.. and not took a corner lot in lieu of, salary and Robert Peary, as expected. Beverly. N. J., figured again during a shotgun ho had loaned his employer. On the day In question the lot sold for the summer and for nil time proved the merit of the famous Jersey $250,060. a a watchdog and family guard'One of the most freakish legal actions of the year was reported from ian. Charles Brownson was awakened Sweden, where Albert Vystroem of one night by n persistent and pointed Stockholm was engaged In fighting for skeeter to And that his house was afire. Ids skeleton. Being hard up a few It was a Jersey census enumerator, JJye'ars ago, ho signed a contract, with too, who propounded the most puzzllug 'the Royal, Institute of Anatomy mak- of all questions ing over his body after death fof a to the popula contingent consideration. Coming into tion counting bu-h, Berlin-Stuttgart mos-qullo w "' ' n it ii iQoq OOQ i iiiiQ Thelr actual labor often extends oVorseveral hours, but no anxiety ncdnbc felt until signs of exhaustion ara7evident: then, and not until then, Sick women are invited to consult Dr. Pierce by letter, manual help should be offered. free All correspondence strictly nrivdta and aacrtdlv b'ea a ewe has been delivered of a contidential. Wntowithout fear and without fee to World's Dispensary Med seal Association, R. V. Pierce, M. D., President, Buffalo, N. Y. lamb which soon gets on his legs to reach for the tent and is successful If you want a book that tells all about woman's diseases, and how to euro them at home, send 21 one-ceIn bis efforts, all that is needed Ls to stamps to Dr Pierce to pay cost o( mailiai only, and he will send you a fret copy of his great thousand-pag- e see that the udder and teats are clean illustrated Common Sense Medical Adviser revised, edition, in paper covers ,(lfrfnot, they, should be bathed with In handsome 31 stamps. falrly,hot water) and a little of the milk drawn off to make euro that the flow is natural If, however, the lamb falls to get on Its legs it must bo helped. up nnd assisted to suck. If it U unable to do so it must be fed from a bottle with a rubber nipple or from a teaspoon. It's mother's milk is best, if ltlshould turn out that from some trouble with the udder or the teats r or from some other cause she is unable to supply it, milk must be drawn -FOR FLETCHER'S MeCALL PATTERNS from a ewe that has more than her Celehrited far style, perfect fit, llmplieity smt reliability nearly 40 yeirs. Sold In nearly I own lamb needs and be fed ns above. etery city and totrn in the United SLites and The ewe must then be seen to. and if HENRY WATERSON, Editor. C.lnadi, or by mail direct. More sold than any other make. Send for free catalogue, Crossed Frozen River. Army in a' day or two she Is still without a McCAtlS MAGAZINE The Danube river was frozen over full supply of milk a foster mother, More subscribers than any othet fashion WE CANaFURNISII YOU so that an.army crossed it 'on. the Ice one which has lost her lamb or which magazine million a month. Invaluable. Lai. . est styles, patterns, dressmaking-millinery, in tho year 462v more than her own lamb needs, baa I plain sewlnp, fincy needlework, halrdresslnp, must le found and made to adopt this THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN etiquette, pood stories, etc. Only 50 cents yeir (worth double), including a free pattern. onu. This is easily done if she Is held A first Impression. Subscribe today, or send for sample copy, churches might catch a tfew times until she is used to tho That WONDEBFUL INDUCEMENTS AND THE by putting turnstiles at the lamb.a Postal brings premium catalogue Si to Agents. more men and new cash prize offers. Address Ewe's milk Is always best, but If It doors. CJoveland News. TOE McCAIX CO. S3 to 2(3 V7. :7U SL. NEW YOB is absolutely necessary that from a fresh cow warmed a little may be used.'' At the start a spoonful every Order Your Magazines Now half hour should be given, gradually It will soon be time that most read- Increasing tho qunntlty and lengthen- Courier-Journ- al ers of current literatures' and maga- ing the periods between, feeding. This zines will be making up their lists One for the new year. I am representative for any magazine or perldolcal We can alsojgive liberal combina that you may want. 1 will furnish tion rate withDaily or Sunday Cour- - Succeed when everything else fails. you them singly, or, make you a cut I ??.USkWlaV . ...x In nervous prostration and female price! where jou take more tiian one. write courier-Journweaknesses they are the supreme Company, Louisville, Ky., for free Make any kinds of combinations or remedy, as thousands have testified. sample copy of edition you desire, clubs. All renewals accepted, and FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND given the same attention as- - new subbut be sure toJlsend your subscripSTOMACH TROUBLE it is the best medicine ever sold scriptions. Call on, write or tele tion order to this paper NOT to over a druggist's counter. phone, J. NEY FOSTER, the Courier-Journa- l. The Republican Office, Hartford, Ky. nt cloth-bindin- g, Aa a rule, a healthy full mouthed ewe" experiences little trouble in lambing, but there will bo exceptons, write J.jPlckcrlng Ross in Farm and Flre-(slde- 1. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription makes weak women strong and sick women well, and gives them freedom from pain. It establishes regularity, subdues lntlam snatloa; heals ulceration and cures e mate weakness. , 4 ?l Why Not Chlldrsn Cry C A SJTO R A Read The Courier Journal rWMn mm -- Weekly c yt N Both Year For CI KA jDIiDU al Ei ectric I Bitters uer-journ- gS5SfrfuaS? I IF Paco-Flourer- s, & it Kentucky Parson Arrested. Oxford Down sheep are widely distributed In this country and CanNewark, N. J. Feb. 21. Charged ada. They are the largest and heavtst of the Down breeds. with haivlng masqueradoed with false whiskers on tho public streets, a man, descrlblrg himself is a will .do until u good foster mother Is in Is Methodist clergyman engaged In evan- found or until the mother ewe begins gelistic work is under arrest liej. to lejt,duu milk freely. rnoun- He gave bis name as th-- ; Rv. Leon. Youdl- lunibs ure ery liable to get a fojnejdpeJdlricanceJWbe ' reau,. It ran: chilled. wWheu this occurs a bath of contract and rest In peace when dead. "How wouidyou Bls an- Gels, and said he was educated at; water ns hot ns the hand will bear It The courts, however, 'not only upheld classify a child --icklnsr. ..itK....-- anri numlwr- Asbury Methodist school, Lngtouj should b'e given at onee, succeeded by (INCORPQd niviar6i born on the high ' the contract and ordered him to pay . ,lst j haro before Ky. . a thorough drying und bund rubbing. the costs, but awarded the Institute seas of a French me contains seventeen Republican coui Tlio.jv?putiefi clergyman explained jrt Some wurm milk with a little spirits mother ttfn Gerdamages because Vystroem had exWILL WIRE YOUR ttes hnd throe Diinocrntlc couneles, disguise by sajlnng that ho wished to should bo given and the lamb wrapman father and tracted two teeth without permission. all of which have gained rapidly la attend a raljglous mbitirg tpbo pre- ped up In nn old blanket und laid in brought to AtAnother legal item was furnished populattonn during the past docade- City, N. by n rival eyangelUjfc with- front of the Ure In the hut. sided over Iy Judge Lea of El Paso, Tex., In re- lantic Constipation Is also a common trou"The Republican counties have Gels carried a leasing all Irishmen brought before J., to live?" out tocdng reccgniz-xl- . ELECTRIC ble with young lambs. The best remStill examining greatly Increased their majority, ihile blra on. March 17 if they could fursmall B'.bb, nnd told tho labile ho edy for this Is Injections wjtb a synish bail of a shamrock apiece. Still "Jersey. lt Is was not in sympathy vth his rival's ringe of warm milk or warm water HEALTHY ANL the majority in tho DjmocraMc counanother wps at East Liverpool, O., noted that the ties Is cut almcsit in lialf. Of thase nollglous views and wanted ito refute gruel. where George Brown's theft' of ostrich cows on a statements. OR BUSINESS ! twenty counties atone (practically r plumes valued at $50 was made a Rocksburg (Warren county) farm in- his one-sixof the Stato) thoro hasbeon Ho said ho lived in asuiurb of THE VALUABLE HOG. petit larceny because the decorations dulged In nn undignified 'bovine Jag . when the cover was left off the apple Lexington, Ky., and had a.'Avifo&nd BE WITHOUT I a gain, of 80,000 In population, orovef were marked down to $23 on that bar20,000 voters. This Increase is. of mash trough at the elder mill during three children ijn Chicago.,- - Jfo ' Relation of Pork Production to ths gain day October. It took n veterinary surgeon course, duo chiefly to tho rarM doVel-- 6 Farm Economy. A bit of good luck came to W. Spenii- REACH. Hogs by nature ure designed especer Smith of New York while dining several hours to reduce the swollen J0U(n opmjnt Uiat is going on thar; uhe Cheap Clubbing Rtes. cially for tho consumption of concen at Atlantic City, heads in cold water, and tho antics of tb. 21. ouuuuig of now raiiroaus, tlmbor ana the herd's matrons are still talked of. for In a single oysWe have made an arrangement wltl trated feeds, such us grain. Of late ccal operations and atlior buslnesa Another example of the queer hap- the publishers of ,,the; Inland Farmer, years more roughnge In the form of the ter he bit Into no enterprises, and the Influx of populaless than nine penings of 1010 formed part of the pasture has been utilized. This, how-ove- r, whereby-ware" enabled good fortune of L. M. Raynor of Rlv- - of Louisville, sroonnan, tion tfcat go with them. A large pant Is only ouo of several Important pearls. Valuation Republican proved them to be erhead. Long Island, who In 190S lost to furnish The Hartford factors. The hog must have the prinMrs. Bob of these naw voters aTe- juat now br and that paper one year for $1.50. cipal part to do with the marketing of comlng eligible to xota undyr our worth several hun a watch and chain In the woods near dred dollars. op uw cuiiage. uusi juuo m passing The Inland Farmer Is a weekly Jour- tho concentrated foodstuffs and byfor the first fcSm of Smallhous, laws and will enough to pay his ' througb the grove he chanced to see nal and one of the best farm papers products, such as milk and wastes this faU. Mr. nnd Mrs. winter s o a s i d o his watch hanging on a stout twig. published in the United States. Our from tho farm. Where milk Is pro"These now vo'ars are drawn large'acently, at Bards- He believes l,s pocket was picked readers should take advantage of duced in largo quantities bogs are alboard bill. ly from Republlcani sections, like Ohio f Cornelius Pace of while bending down a branch. most essential, except in unusual contf ditions. West Virginia and Pennsylvania; and Beverly, N. J., Halloy's comet caused much per- this offer. with tho enormous Investments that turbation abroad. Adam Tonia, living Sale. may never have Whergmuch corn Is grown hogs flt New York's Import Receipts. in the outskirts of Budapest, commitare now about to be made, including In welL 'In fact, tho hog Is a valuable THE REPUBLVork beard of the prachprsas- - gemile Import .recelp'ts at the port, of New tice of lagninppe ted suicide! preferring to die by his York are, nearly in the $10,000,000 operation wfoloh is soon, three times as much adjunct nnd the disposition of all the d milch " In Now Orleans, own band rather thnn be killed by a grains waste byproducts. How- The Repubi to be started in Plko county by Sana-t- or as of nil Jtha other ports In the Unjted , ever, it must bo remembered that , ' V-but he carried out the bonus practice wandering star, so he wrote. i reasonably. For Watson and Ills ossicdates. Tho night watchman of Godello, States, when ho sold his sboemo'klng estabhogs grown in large numbers aro not J. HE xvEPTPqu. or address. thexo is reason to believe ithat lishment to Antonio Flourers, His also in Hungary, was less In fear of proportionately so profitable as when The Repu h. riuev, of population will continue In Notice to Subscribers. wife' deciding thnt she preferred the tho dreaded wanderer, for ho entered a smaller number are grown. Many Hartford- - Ky' Increasing pnotiwntlons. Theme baa a rormni comThe getnew purchaser, she was thrown in for people have mado the mistake of Wib'isn you fall to set your boen an Increase In Piko county aloo plaint against It full measure,' the outfit going at the ting ovcrentbuslustlc as to the profits The RepJSTERFIELD. paper regularly notify, tills to the vlllago 2,500 voters. reasonable price of $C0. to bo realized In pork production and Sapn 'ttlno im3 of nearly office. .magistrates in We Imve no means As to the women, in1 addition to Mrs. lmvo attempted far more than they The jxe,sIIss Ma '"When tiho coke mining oporaUonu ns relaclivea and frlonds tho following there was Mrs. Elena whatever of knowing if you could efficiently manage, with the reThe Rf, for the past week, has forwaloh praparattansano now being language: "The D. Smith, who won a $2,500 bet from sult that prospective profits were abdo not got your paper, unless mado idhoro aro wall under way lit Is news of the apsorbed In expenses and losses. .Hero, TlIE Rb her home. a Boston physician by successfully you notify us, and we want proaching comet posing for. five years as a man; also Taylor and brother, of estimated that ithero will I be a town of as elsewhere, success depends on good ' --1ara every one of our subscribers TheJ)ure, visited at Mr. Alfred Sapp 5,000 people at that point alone. "I has plunged evJudgment Airs. Amy D. Wlnshlp of Ilaclne Wis., to got Tho Republican eyery erybody in the predict that In tho nioar future thlfl Ohio' Sth'to tiged eighty, who entered 1? H3ay ulfint. neighborhood Into week. university at Columbus and began a Romedy For Scratches. Mar,lla Taylor, "of QwensbOiro, oounitj- will bo glvm from 4,000 to great consterna.special course, embracing philosophy, Neglecting to erfectly dry tho skin Tl"65,000 majority. dsltlng frlonds and relatives at When ,yqu change your ad tion, nnd the peopsychology and literature, as suppleof the horse's legs after washing or "In. iny maces tor Congress, and ple, as though place- , drew notify ' us promptly, alschool course mentary to a summer i whoa wet from rain or snow and la the last two I had very driven mad, run give, your old addroua as Irr. Bernard Tajilor and MlssBorshe had just finished. lowing "horse to stand In cold drafts s and ipolls mado of pivoinota. about the streets A bride of extraordinary appearance at such times tends to Induce scratch- A Sapp ere tho guests of iMlss VatO canafm welltAs your.ine&v post office woro these operations are going on was seen at .South Bend, Ind., In Oc- all night Therefore I would request v es. Never, wash the legs from aylor, Sunday. Ti address. May. Keep them dry. At Mr. Alfred Sapp made a business and in one or two Instaruxa of the tober in Grace" Gilbert, the bridegroom the minister of the Interior to be so kind as to ask tho meteorological bubeing Giles E. ontlne county, ognegaUng the uaitlve-fro, When you. 'write, to this time oftrouble poultice the partt wltb, whltesvllle, Manday. reau to removo this dangerous comet ,Um now voters. I found In every Calvin. The peoffice always give your post Air. Marbert Cecil, of WhAtwlllo. vicinity." from the culiarity was. that then apply freely twice a day an oln laetaace that from ninety to ndnonty- - ' office address, for soma time Wash-Ingtb- n A novel wedding took place in was a welcome' vteor thio gUas.t of the, bride f sported nient composed of one dram spirits flivie of tik-news, ToUors aTe Itepubil- "It la quite, nsceasary to write lu October, the bridal couple a beard eighteen camphor, 'osa dram compound tlnctiy Miss Bensha Sapp, Saturday eveitlug. cans." Jou, and ma"hvae no way of separating Immediately after the ceretacbes ta length, Among those ba tae sick Mat are: of benzoin and two drams flowers mony never to meet again. Miss Eu tailing, where you got your while the bride- sulphur per ounce of lanolin or Ir Mrs. Mallie Lake.Mra. Mary J. Holm, genie Sauer of Vienna found herself e mail, only by looking at tine aroom's seta Notice to Creditors. In old oases when all treatments at Aba White, Burnett Dautel, Marg the sole lielf to' her uncle's vast adornment blhjterlac thoroughly with ceratt- - j Wsterfi)id, and Mm. atanp on Uia envelope,', &nd Oooia Hlc. Creditors County of the Ohio but possession was conditional was a taustacbe cantbarMes often proves effective., aomatlmes that tt k vary Air. and Mrs. tau. Bear visited tho Bank wll please come forward arid within forty-eigh- t 014 ber, ularrlage 'Ur tendril ap- j ta. -- 4 indaflaite. foraner'a parental Saturday and Suh-da- seUlo tber ndobtodnoss. hours ef the announcement of her legi"1 i ranee., It Is my Constipation In Hogs. acy. She advertised for a highly recTex., Dalbart, who purpose and the desire oX averybody AH thjdft ta bogs ceases whet toll-tegDo not 'fel iltald la ommended husband for' temporary use a now stlpAtl hit present Indeed, bnori coascted with the, batik to halve dly-llwhaa'yo'u have a"vls-lta- r, and offered $900 for his time at the Call Meeting A. S. of & Of tht tHle lead 'to'j diarrhea because of t!aaon declared to the depositors kaa Seventy-eigh- t would' be bridewbaa you or aorae mam-bMfidew's mite parable, and It redouad-p- d altar, and InMcaed condition tf the I th' There will be a call meatlng of speedily as txMalble TWs aniot be of year family ai going ta'tfca Istaaatal eredlt of Mm. Jeste grooms Feepeaded. .One was ebesea, toe la as treatment a j cobty Union, A. S. of E. at done creditors of the batik' Pettis. Dijrtag aa unseasonable and the Berrtee was read, chilly farewells soma where. We alwaya want hold all v dry food. jIVO rtufvmrt" llmuu u&xi. Saiin.1n.v Marnl. will assist by meeting their exchanged do my nothing of two $100 pevere thuuderetorm her little hillside (n prlat Mia aawa, aad oan waw ad n slo; "'""; drlnkla o clock. paetar wm ripped opea by a llvhtalag bills), and the bride started for tae taJ oat aaarw dolaa; sfaat X you SILAS STBVEN8, Pres. belt- - aid a Kpriu ef crude ell uaoov- - siaawar that took bar to Atwtria. aD1 A. B. PATE, dOM of Mttr oil. wiU tall ue a taw woll-dross- ed I tHrtlfMr THE KENTUCKY 0 JilQ th Light and Power j E. G. BARR w e : ,to OUR ( r, w the-growt- par-tioula- rty ' hr-jPut- for-tua- e. y, ua ar a!--. f I aawaltaoi. ,l i.wj4 ?",... TJTZ obit-gwtlo- 2-- Alra. , Cured My It 8,764 MUR1EMS IN iMMtftfldlV rfMltm mt ff wHh . -- Ut. .A .. 11 . I pWkt WiWkercW6mid' B ' Sb Directory Clrwrit Owril-T- . T. Btrkhw, 3wet D. Rtno, Atteowy; W. P. MMhtff, K. T. cwmw. JMOMX&MJL O.Ml BAWtT-- r Q. OMJEJU. IV chlMronV 9Tmm. Uw rttHl'tato c Out. the ianon M)d W-- It riL'n w ., To Mr me m w Statistics Show Crimw.of Vio lencc On Increase in . - V, U I i' w i I t I I HARTFOIID, - XV. ttitee Kebruwy and ' cnUiiu April, twowefk j t)ltrt Jtfonay In Av ill profewlon In United bct te wit H Yer a M burner. cond Monday in Jane, thre Wej courts Bfftcttee IMr ami adetaliwr all th of Okie eei It wnuH b ftppticd (Jiinly jMl hot. third Monday hi October twe week. tlMi, and Curt of Appeal. .v' & at.'-'.- ' Before ,,pljdng, oktw ithei ?0"nti.f rt7 ?" eM.rtMte4l tefltlon given to alt businr Elghty-BOTehundred and vlzly-fou- r ,. years I have fo l'or twenty-nin- e Ti.fl to their oare. Collections at.u theJPraeV been nt intervals a great sufferer persona "woro murdered In ttiuniltrl when you apply th vitfnMh. I Monday In ach month. of Criminal and Rest EMate Law from rheumatism. During that Sta'tca last year. The v&g$ annual Quarterly Quarterly Court Begins en Specialties. Offiee In Repliblkan build. galhom!eW4(8 lathe time, no telling how many number of American Monday In February, May, the fourth lng. A mm at anil TJttVAUl tior. lons of the various kinds of lini- paat item Jtara Is otimatek,t C.85 j y flrat I Court of Claims Convenes Tuanday In oils I have used and Anarchy hideous haid, roared' at Los A Reliabli Rgmd ments and In Jahiwry and rirt with but little relief. Recently, Angeles, Chicago, Pattersonrifw York run S. Modlcy. Other County Offlcurr-- C, confined to my bed help- and elsewhere, murdered Inwooent Hvo I was 'Survoyor, tordsvllle, Ky., K. F. V. FRANK uui-forjtrcnx less. I tried Sloan's Liniment and dynamite property. MiZrtL'H&ifOM pjo. z; jsernara D. No. ,Asewor, Leach,d, 2; Henry Ky., H. F. and used it with such satisfactory results that I sent for two large bottles, Dr. A. 13. Ely's Cream Balm T3ie Black Hand fraternity! Is Superintendent, Hartford; lliiey. Coroner, Hartford. and I have up to this time used about half a 50 cent bottle with splendid l qutcklf abtotbed. busy. Criminal fetatltes show JUSTICES' COUItTS. success." James Hyde, Bcebe, White County, Ark. that the thugs, murdorri,' 'burglars, ItCivet Relief at Once. HAllTFORD, - KY. I cleanses, soothes. B. S. Chamberlain, Hartford. Tuesday kldnappcTB' high Got Ease in Lees Than Ten Minutes. highwaymen's and heals and protects after 3rd Mortday In March. Tuesday alpractice his profession la Oht "I am water mark of Mr. James E. Alexander, of North Harpswell, Me., writes: ttr 3ra Monday in June, juesoay aner Will rtcrilm3 is 41.A fltain.A.l adjolrffng counties and In sThorseshoer and subject to many strains in my back and hips which has reached. Esipially true ifi' tills of SggSffiS? SZiSflfir the ?aafrih. "J! d!iU o. E. Scott,In Cromwell, Wednesday arte andAppeals. Criminal practice thol Court of brought on rheumatism in the sciatic nerve. I had it so 'bad one night hlneous felonies. The poison homi'and ' Col. the Senses of T.wto Wednesday 3rd Smell. ', when sitting in my chair, that I had to jump on my feet to get relief. I cide is artlcularly busy, 57. criimea 50 cts. at Druggists and by mall. Full size 3rd Monday In March, Wednesday after lections a Specialty. Office In the Her. after Monday In June or Liquid - at once applied your aid building. appearing on last year's 'American Oream Bairn for use In atomizers 75 r Ely Brothers, GO Warren Street, New York. j0hn H. Miles Rockport, FrWay after j. criminal calendar. i 3rd Monday in March, Friday after Bnahm, the sfadsitlclan, charges our JrU Monday In June, Friday alter 3rti ' Mnndnv In Spntcmber. Frldav after 3rd yANCYL.MOSLEY per "cent, nanatlvo whites with Monday In 1'ecember. f 9 f? mj i Saturday 37.12 per conit, and negroes. J. C. Jackison, Centcrtown. wt tive per const of commis foreign bom Full I Llle" Northern Grows ter 3rd Monday in June, Saturday after Monday In it?iS,h,!f,?S,J?,0- - 3ra 3rd Monaay September. Saturday sion of murder in Uits country. HAllTFORD, - KT. in December. ter M. C. Cook, Ilenfrow, Tuseday after He SpecialtiesWill practice his profession 2nd Monday 111 February, Tuesday after . Mrs. Cook Tells Truth. BEANS 2nd Monday In May, Tuesday after 3rd Courts of Ohio and adjoining Earliest Red Valentine . . Si so Bnshtl Monday In August, Tuesday after 2nd and In the 'Court of Appeals. Also No Rtluiee Extra Early . . J3 25 Bushel r Dexter, Ky. In a signed statement Monday In November. tary Public. Officeover xFirst National N:w 6trlngless Green Pod . J3 70 Bushel Thomas Sanders, Pundee, Wednesday to the affected' part and Tn less than ten minutes it was perfectly easy. Mrsl Cook tells the truth about how after the second Monday In February, Bank. , Davis New White Wax . . 14.75 Bushel Wednesday after 2nd Monday In May, Cartful brought back har health and j wiuiicB tvufi novi wax . J4 yj ifusuct l think it is the best of all Liniments." I Wednesday after 3rd Monday In August, Btreagth. She says, "I could not Wednesday after 2nd Monday In NovemExtra Early Alaska $3 50 Bushel . ber. New Early Gradus . . . . jj 50 Bushel get any relief, until I tried Cardul, Sloan's Liniment does not need CHAS. M.CROWB I C. V. Miles. Fordsvllle. Thurmlav aftpr JOHN B. WILSON Hereford's Market Garden . I3 50 Bushel 2nd Monday In February, Thursday after Euckbee's Lightning Express Jjjxj Bushel the Wonan'e .tonia 1 suffered moro or a Monday In May, Thursday after a powerful penetrant. a full, Lettute. & less for 10 years, and was ""so weak Seeds, I'lantsRHrt, Tom.to andgrowing tine ol 3rd Monday In August, Thursday after prices. and Bulbs at lowest w ..u.miiuer. senc lor complete catalogue or suDmu a list 01 " nervlous I could hardly do my and it for Rheumatism, 9nA atton Halph, Friday affar your requirements and will quote pnee. Monday In February,' Friday after 2nd Buv direct from the prower Save Monev. house work. Now I am in batter iuunauy in May, Tiaay after 3ra Jlon-da- y Sprains, Chest Pains, and Sore Throat. Vrite today. Mention this paper, am regular health than ever before, 2 to August, Friday after 2nd MonHARTFORD, - KY. day In November. as clock work, do not suffer at all, ItgiVes almost instant relief. Will praotice their profession fn aH HARTFOIID POLICE COURT. and gain strength every day." Thous- 13C8BoctbteSC, Bockford See Fstnu. Roctferg, II C. M. Crowe, Judge; G. B. Llkens.CIty courts of Ohio and adjoining coun--. Price 25c, GOc, nnd $1.00 nt All Dealers. ands of women have been helped back Attorney; Sam miey. Marshal; Court the BBpZEll too health by Cardul. Try It A-- 3 convenes second Monday in each month. ties, and in the Court of Appeals. Sendifor Sloan' Freo Hook on Ilnnx-n- . AilUrem C'ty Councll-H. Williams, Mayor; Special attention given to criminal . .. vuiiio. J. werK: . iv. uoar- DR. EARL S. SLOAN, BOSTON, MASS. practice and to collections. Offiotf on Kee'p JS Infested WithjBeggars. BPaern Ladies! Save Money and Main St., opposite Court House, Tavlnr, v Ky., Feb.r 23. Eilzabethtown, Style by Reading McCall'i TJcS0Jj..Tr.ustee8- -- s- - Glenn, chairman; Jlns,ey. Secretary, c. in Elizabethtoiwn has rocently-fbec- n Magazine and Using McCall Patterns JXn?" Crowe and Dr. B. B. M. Barnett, Pendleton. tested with beggars. Other Towns in answers ber purpose equally well and HcCiO'sMsratlasTfUl RELIGIOUS SERVICES. TRADE CONDITIONS Kentucky, seem to be suffer from M5CALLS HACAZIfiE help you dress stylmost important of all does not ishly at a moderate M. E. Church South expense by keeping and evening every firstServices monrlng mar the beauty of the headgear. As similar troubles An experience in .Lex and third A w! I jou posted on tho day in each month. Sunday School Sun9:45 GENERALLY GOOD a insult of the public agitation which ington indicates In (what way the pub latest fashions In a. m. Prayer meeting Wedneslie is being faked. Tho followdng clothes and hats. 0 day evening. Itev. Virgil every Pastor. has been going on for Home tiraiothe Elgin New Fashion Designs Uaptlst Church Services every Sunday is from the Lexingtori Leader. City Federation of Woman's lu each Issue. Al clubs lleonntrin,ornof!o. Wo otuln PATENTS m A mornlne and evening. Sunday School valuablo Information A fake beggar who sat at tho corner .. :!"' v.io a. m. Prayer meeting every Wed- THAT PAV. dTUllMlthamUu.mni.hl'. special provision an exZZZL. .".W.ZiZ " .. T. '. " on all homo and per- - nesuay evening. Kev. Hesitation Noted in Some Lines made a of safety hatjplns for Its an- of Main and Broadway Tuesday after J. W. Bruner.t soual matters. Only Bend nodeL phjito or littcL for FREE report I hibition at 60c a year. Including on patentabUlty. e to yeart" prwtlc. BUR- - I Christian Church Services every four! h nual convention held at the Hotel noon and asked passers by for money a freo pattern. SubBut Other Lines are PASSING REFEriENCES. m- - and 7 P- - m- - Sunday rorfreOnW scribe, today or send l)!a.y.,ai u ,. Book nn Pmflri.hU l tan . because he apparently hadNonly one UmiKimsjMsjijB 2:30 p. m. Elder "W. B. Wright Aster Several ingenious infor freo Mtnpte copy. pastor. 03.B08 Seventh Street. arm, was arrested by Patrolman Dinee Active. ventions Twere shown, iraniginig from McCall Ptttm will enoblo you to make In your C. P. Church-Servi- ces first Sunday in wwaniremuw, p, g. own bome. with your own hands clothing for each month at a a. m. and 7 p. m. taps of various hinds to foe placed and upon examination at 4Jhe police yourself and children which will be perfect Sunday Scool 8.43. In stylo and lit. L'rlce none Uluber than IS on the ordinary hatpins ,to complicat- station was found to havo a (perf.ictiy SECIIET SOCIETIES. cents Bend for Tree Pattern Catalogue. IxraisviHe, Ky., Feb. 6 Dun and Co. ed devieeB resembling wire cages. All sound and strong arm tucked inaldo W Will Git Yon Fine Pmcnti for celling subHartford Lodge No. e?5. V. A A. 31.. scriptions among your friends, bend for free meets first reviewing trade in1" Louisville for thi were .exsimljjd with .critical inter e.1 of his clothes. The arm will doubtless hlrd Monday In rremlum Catalogue and Cash rnzo Offer. eachr month. and en Hunter, W.night L. On In by the club women present. month of January, say Jobbers And u given pienty or exercise cracking THE Mcail COMPANY, 239 to 249 Wtsl 37th Su WW YOU P. Foreman Secretary. -M., bo Keystone Chapter No. U0, R. A. Enocenlts report trade quiet tor tht judging from the comments the pres- rock at the city jal. When taken meets' every third Saturday night M.. In ent style of hatpins of a foot or more police station the man said hllrsnamo month of January. whRmTiJ.liilJrocnn T; Uoore Hleh Priest; Secretarj'. V dry goods buslnosg is unuisual- - in- length 1s not Ukoly to be abolished wag tleorge White and said ho was The Hartford Chapter No. 84, O. from Loulsvile. The charge of street meets second and fourth Monday E. S., ly Wd. Advance orders for spring vffy eoon evpn- begging was paced gailnst him. Anderson, W.M. Miss ti?',i.Mm,S- and CURE would also 'indicate that tnere are LUNGS HAVE YOUR SUITS Secretary. Rough lHver Lodge No. UO, Knights of .good prospects ahead. You are probably aware that pneurythlas. meets every Tuesday night. Hardware was more active during monia always results- from a cold, WITtf I i; S Ja5pan c- - c" J- - Ney Foster, K. jtho latter part of January and wales but you never heard of a cold resultHartford' Tent No. 99, K. O. T. ST., Por Infants and Children. meets evtry first and third Thursday were In excess of the tamo pejriod ing in pneumonia when Chamberlain's night R. D. Walker. Commander: L. P. jof last year. Collection are reason- The Kind You Have Always Bought Cough. Remedy was used. Why 'take foreman. Record Keeper. Dyeoujisnine IMO. 42, L. O. T. M ably satisfactory. the risk when (this remedy may be ineets every nive and third Frldav nlirlit first PBICB Bears the ColTine grain business is quiet. FOR I0e A ti.oa ing had for a trial? For sale by all J? each month. Mrs. Attye Grlffln.Lady, v.......u..v.c, , iul!i. um rencueion, Lady Signature of TtM Bottle Free lections are slow and tho demind is druggist. v m given Record Keeper. Joiners local No. 1SS1. AND ALDTHHOAT AND LUW6TII0UBLES. Ladies Carpenters and better than It was thirty days ago, meets 1st Saturday night In each month. QfTASAirrKSD SATISFAOIOKXf Mill supplies started off nicely tie Noah Skaggs, Pres ; W. D. Luce, 8m- Household Helps. O MQMSX TJHDXD. Trustee's Sale. year. Prospects for first of the now Hats Acme Lodge No. 339, I. O. O. F.. meets To clean swansdown niako a warm second and fourth Friday night i jioraal business during the coming In In the District Court of the United lather ofsoap and squeeze the down each month. W. It. Hedrick Noble- - Grand yleaT are fair. M. Harnett Secretary. States for the 'Western District of J in this till it is clean. Rinse in fresh Ohio Tribe No. 1S3, Imp. Order Red JUrmber sales continue good. Tho Kentucky, Qwenfiboro Division. Work water with a littlo bluing in it. Then Men, meets second and fourth Wednes60 YEARS' prospeota for vtf-business ar day night In each month. James C. Ben- EXPERIENCE In the matter of Fernando F. Phil- shake and hang in the air to dry. 1 'em' "" E" Pate' Chlef of "tecord oaod. lips, Bankrupt. A simple way to serve frish eggs Club $1.00 Hartford Camp, W. Ol W. No. 203 Con- Jabbers In jiaper report sales a IHtl The undersigned Trustee of the Is to bury ithom in salt and ateyid tihort for the 'month of January. Busi- above estate, will on Monday, .March them upright W C0vS.aiacer' T,lomasWllllams; Clerk, Instead of laJng ,ihum Proston Alort'on Post No'. 4, G. ness Is inclined to be unsteady in 6th, A. D., 1911 about 1 p. m. sell on holds regular meetings Saturday A. R.. these circum their mucs. in beforo "UUs lino at .the present time. j5err.fi. Monday in each T month. Hartford Pressing Glilt, at public auction at tho courthouse stances they will remain quite good XT Cnrnmnniloi.. Trade Marks " !.-.- . PHiliiliiliiliiliiliiliiliii This Is the off season with, fertilizer door in Hartford, Kentucky, to the for a whole year. -- Adt. Designs factories, bo far as acutal shipments highest and best bidder, on a credit Y. M. C. 'A. BI7DCI., CopvrichtsAc. To pnescrye unused yolks of eggs A. S. of E. sending a (ketch ana description AnTons are concerned, liowtiiior, oonitraciB of six and twelve months, In equal put ns" (mlcMly sseertnln oiir opinion free wbcthtr an drop HARTFORD, KY. the yolks in a cup or National Officers: InTention lsprobblritentAMk Commnnlen-tlortor future shipments are coming In, instalments, the following described a piece Df kitchen jxaper basin, cold itrlctlT conOdeutlal. HANDBOOK on t'teuu Presldent-- M. F. Sharp. Narrows, Ky. into ent free. Oldest Mencr for Becurmr patent!. Vice Preoldent-- J. Jl. Woods. .in a satisfactory planner. I'oteut tsjien tlirouab Jlutiu A. Co. receive property, A tract of andnoar water, and plaoa over the top of cup tpttUU notice, without cfasree, lu tCe D. Kump, InOrders for the spring season 'with Narrows, Ohio County, Kentucky, or dianapolis, Ind. basin. This will iprevont tho' yolks state Officers: clothing manufacturers are short tf bounded as follows. flmcricaM. H. Si, Ifroman, Carroll county, Pres. from getting hard and they will keep A ha'ndtomely lllnstraled relr .5 Tinnst the Stoa period last year. This ' ?arre"' Henderson cdunty Vice ' Beginning at a atone at J. B. for days. If of any iclsntlBo Journal. 1 errni, S3 . V MrifoarruontUi,l. Bold bl all newadulera. is attributed, to. somo extent, Calloway's corner in D. 8. B. Robertson, McLean county, Sec- A bread Willi keep 'tresh MliNN & Co.36ibtt. New York to whether conditions in Uie wost, thence W. 13S poles to aW. Gray's line much loaf of if placed O. P. Roemer, Warren pounty, State longer stone; thenc in a cuvered Branch Office, M V BU WaihliwtcD. li.C. where moroliannls uro holding off and S. Organizer. W. 891-- 2 poles to a stone, Tom fatone crock. Wrap Jn a. largo f cloth C. Allen. Henry county, and Lat-tl- e SPECIAL OFFER:wUlB C. Graves, Allen county, buying in a conservative ' manner. Potty's corner; thenoe E. 140 Maw Ba.l.rM. A trial poles to excludo air and keep the croak in w ..1U4 F cask VIMoar iwrauaest casUMter. Assistant state gouCh,westoTji trado fa fairly good, yoa UCU1,C1D. with Tom Petty's line to a wone; a cool place, it Is nicer than a tin Uoara'of Directors. Ben Watson. War-rePrtoCrttecmi butt colleotkuM are only fair. county; O. M. Barnett. Ohio coun-thence N. 89 poles to the boglnnlng. vessel and much better than koaplng tlUMflnUTwillmad4MM,iw(Tute. I "rooks, Bracken'county, Sales of 'whisk&y continue I 1. Ray, ihHardin county, and J. K. R. fi. Containing 80 acres, more or less, We bread in the Tefrlgcrator. Doss. I Muhlenberg county. XhhrPmttr. a"nd being" Jame land convoyed to FerCelery Is sometimes scarce, and a I Write Ohio Countv Officers Tannens raiwrU! a quiet month In H. L, Pres.,Beaver nando F. Phillips by G. B. Foreman good plan Is to have theitops of the I vvwwwJvwwwwwwww I HenryStevens, Sec. ifartford, Dam.Ky. PJrtle. Ky. January, athough omo Improvement and wife by .deed, dated J D. Ford, Treas., Hartford. Ky. SEND 10 CENTS S, celery this time of the year. Cut and I January m ihim M mMMiri mimM4 was noticed in the latter pant Lf Che luwrn 1904, and rceorded In deed' book No. wash the nice leavietie with a cord COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION. x JBOttth. Henry Leach, Chairman. Hartford.Ky. 27, page 224, and by Walter Calloway! and hang up to dry. When dry put D- - Tlchengr, BaSBVUXE, TElli: x.1- - i iMaohlne manufacturers report or- byjdeed Hartford, R, y. d. dated. AErJl c, 1909, and pec-- 1 them la a paper bag and bav'e No. 5. t i ders coming in nicely since the first andcxi 2. R. O. Hartford, Reynolds, Ky. soupa or droaslngs. in duod book No. 3C, pBe 434 seasoning 3. M. 8. Patterson, Olaton, Ky, of tbo oar, ibut collootions mr slow, Both in tn office of the Cleric ol tho 4. U. L. Alford. Whltd Run. Ky. Do not diacard a broom that ihiw B. Richard Pluraer. Taylor Mlnes.Ky. iwincpally from tlio south. sigAS of ytoaxt Jlather laka auamf&i B'or fortv wars the OliioOounty Court. 6. J. L. Brown. Rookoort; Vv. Retail tales are not up to cxpocta Tb-" tV punciaeer vflll be required to to preservo It, 'If tie.bnoora luseak-e- d i and ''counseor of Ti W Mil HUI 4&B6. YThis, hpweer. Is largely due give bonds or Jl imlw regularly to h,ot uds acid put out the purobafie money Sorith'ern kftamers, s which have with gootT perkmW security ,' to weather conditions, and a Into the Bunto dry R will got,ierW ,Dea- - ttOBuusonauje.. Hen will bo retained on-- land to fur- ftfe and have aa much IaAlcltjwfcgM )yq,en.v.tyfppr page, ther secure the payment oCT the plr-cba- half worn aa wBn now, Mim a, wonnj. prtea The bonds shall draw n When over you are (baking cookla FOR FLETCHER'S 0 oante a target, but tie -- purchaaer wl have lita a pl&ae o mualln over Mut lrad or"thre. tbe privllte to pay die bonda at any board, Flour th tfme bytere oauritgr, by paying th muSln Wtl aad you oari rill tho'4g ' ""Safety Device for Hatpin. pIjcipal with )Bwtt to the date of m soft bud" thin m ypu plaa. A ''NrJ York, Feb. 7. Woaiaa.hoB nt hwrmtntt pUfe of, muaWn around 4.'he rolHng tjwAkea-oto the daugeEe of the VTbiB land tvil be pod- free from any pirn la fttll another imrpveinenW'-jfmMy batpln. At any ra fih has Ikce aBd'ubeot te not 'generally known tftlva tobe approval of 'iMMtfeeted a dtaptwRlfoa bo socrt. a t , aliee of lemon put, into ,tbo tfjugir Court K , j59''(taBgrouB substitute, previdd it afi4 YANQY L. MCWELEy.-Trusle- a UH1 CUISug KllKUm Will JIHUte WW r ' .(.- ' v- v ' .Wiaif0u4iMirA.f t'M Mikv' v7 t . . JnCT8 mMiW.Xraei t two jmtHm' et rwW (wnx hpo It frota'-- a nx MMt4r commtatotier: Ui ' Trmite' Jury Ft4', T. hi ltt Martfwd Dtputif- -, . IARNETT it SMITH, Il.'lh. hr' ArrosNBir S AT Lawi o. Xow mi V& " Back" State' Be cweful ftam- u- r In IxEhiSMY A n. . peIy "!'"ayf cls My tTH- J ', Tue-'da- CATARRH L.FELIX, un-sua- Attorney at Law, -- .... SLOANS LINIMENT any-rubbing- WAIember0 42-9- S" 16-5- t - v Attorney at Law ,4, J J .... II IN I It's Try Sciatica, m m ... wiLsqk CROWE LAWYERS H. W. BUCKBEE I -- a tA s zJ m I B I Kl "" .to-da- y. 'I KILL the COUGH the CASTOR A - Cleaned s Pressed Repairing and neatly done. work special attention. Cleaned and Repaired. called forand delivered. per rate month. Dr. King's New Discovery C8tfgl' 2tf c """ ,nVIUW u t: Secrelary-Treasurcr-- S. con-xJltl- m seeds y V f V .vawe.1! t1U $cktific i l 1- -2 n y' aatU-iactor- y. Southern Agriculturist o i'.'t ifiidi Chllar'en Cry ' ee r i , O ASTORIA sfrjBit tlat yer - V m'hy 41 Tc?'