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HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, JANUARY 5, 19lJ evldance. Wiilli 4hero is UMimmv lo this having a solid haals ta nav-i- l tmproranuit alrwady rugUtovd, It Is pialn that some ot it has had Its rjw bjja In the fr3'.lng Chat lw:to have oounrjny'B many wonse years In the past history, and In Che vary apparent bjlMC that som of lie yyjatfa doubtful qu.fliluiu lia3 bjun Bj&kid. ltuiay bo W'jll, hawuwr, &o oaM atltoK'ilon 1 UTLOOK r U J. No. 25 f air ot con?rvaiMo ohwjrluliKSS In CHEERING For Hew Year's Business of 1912. cautlonan' algnak tlut ar visible. Tfoo coming ji nr will In all to a tnw are probability witness nn txaUvuly fought Frttttme and Forecast if not, indood, a vory wxoltlnig pni i Given by Bradstreet's dontlal ocampalgn, otforU by lxh Uia panty in poM'r and flut in opAgency. position to iplay palliics and Incident ally tlnkjr mltli fiio tariff, and no KENTUCKY'S 1911 COAL zr iir;ui,ir doubt will o it) continued ef ton's U iut (Brodstradts) fun'jher ure in a OUTPUT 13,170,227 TONS th.j Ntaataen hundred land ulaven swas a Ij&il wa'. Then, too, prus.'nft and In probably P3riod of striking lrrKSguta.nlty Vr food frturu high trade and indusltry, but &aKe evi will couaUtut3 a bar of f til I. at buySomewhat Less than 1910, Int caunlon djasM' ct and ing of tiio Baaondary of a, fair, In earn lines a rw UCo. Finally, ho Far Ahead of 1909, no flag- tffets unonoonsump sHnsMMass was done. Tills, U is tlou of ahort?iKd agntcultutnl k oliKeMCMfl ganerally at fch, oxp ns,- - so as at Ah) aou'h of much r..dncrJ lag of Interest. tfw. f which later, tuMvr than flnunolal crop wturns, arc Jt to bj ixumw ot bunr!. rwcliorj-.'i- twUh. On Clio hand, I Lfjxlns'.onF Ky., Jan. 3. An It It 1) probably (ruo tha'. und c uxla'lng Jg..flor""wldj$prjad . . of th roducJon of a year tor generally i nc'oc-UiiWJld-jn-ti!jwas cjnd.it!ons n l:h r a by the Kentucky mltr-j- s fortlu . modify prices, broken, uawijver, by nor a priipja: of &ir!ff i.(Jslon coal )jar 1911 has ben elwa same ramapkabla extremes Of ronvw- - civa('jei the f ot una'-Ajnwn- t tliut uapeciol Inapxtcr of Mnu A mend Sn atopics, causing lit furmrlv dd. Punilirai5nD. tlio out by the ChV't tshe and D'.rvcLor cf State etiologicstrata aUlw upon manufacturing- (Indus ba5,c flo.3 bj ub3CU1Vti that Is Survey. Th. 3?lmutj, whloh try and oonaumptton, ami ovvuf.ins stocka It aty n to hanl al ci in a loTSjniM volunw of business and iuu; thafi day ohangi attyr tv,x yoars ba?ixl on tlie n.tunu (liat lud r 21, lRdxanjs muoh idlm micMmiry. It wo.j, futihrtf-mon- e, of rjprisdUjn and t snowing up to ruojlcd up to a yuar of dioldjd untJAlnnjnt, the cuunitrj's produc'ilw capacity i tliat tlie output for tihi last y ar fell of .tatens agltatlcax in some finan- llke'y to bo In UwdlivjjlQ!of ixjian-slo- abcut 1,530,000 tona sl.ort or tliatfor yrar 1910. A numb r of cial as iwioU as industrial lhw3, iuhlcli that jnonjy ds and pnumlsjs to tlu iliod not reported (ho for the for ftho flrwt tlnw UMri.-njlihus Inviting iw be xoaosably 'asy, apllcadon of hlthsnto untried method ln:itmttt, and (that liaw crop 'prcs-P-jc- inoiijh of Novomb-j- r on he date I'AUii-ob;nce itJie ouinu for Cs'ov inib-- r rugutaition 1'Uv, at tirdt of in ithe spring are a Buuroe of alarm, la'jr lost losilbV' B'liniulMlon. It ha a'.ivady Is .Mtlnwied for some iniitan'ant com-p.viowied with djc!d-j- d s as wv'J as tlie produutloiu of most of ithdir iu.'rrora, and with tha b njn found In s vnral Indusitu s Uia. Aa In- passing of tih year toward Va cloi irlv.n n'wlvt iipliva nn Yi!iinit. tend. all compaulfls for Do.-mUirotums tlw nL" (Tlu,y an.Ulwj9j by tt sossBwhat earner views of poUtlco-iaco- a Is 1Xslbl3 ot develop waa about 13,- .r" for tw , omk qui5,i5on3 led to a iMraapUbl ,.Mm. ... . k. n,i B,i. .1 .thy produo'.ion of the tmpixnxsnirmt dn general Bjurjinwnit the chjintulnciajaftor trial ehoau, 170,227 itona, ctlve dUuiots being nbout as fotraAj ratjw by ithj pnoile at" large nugura vl! Por Uw ipunws.s of a llow: lnct.Kxl the year should be dllijd infor sajj m fjltods of jtraJe expansion, to two pasris, with tlw flrat ilght for sanr viaws of Ian5'.bl jwlLical Whj iriJ (Irvclud.ng 1,057,000 tons ej.Anratwl) 6,S0O!7C a (luriod of dla'.unb-'iao- 3 prognctds and of le?al nagulatiUin monhs of Southeagiu-(Including.&CC.OOO toui ,uf short f.inw tn Industry, of business, and for roal nataouvl Hs MlmaVJ) 4,019,345 wKnaranpiis irom eavnigs kuilk ui and upbuilding in I1U3 )'iur Northeast irn (UvoludIngu0G,000itons W jtarilf rovlaion and Unkr.mlns, cf rrop to oomo. , Kisalmated) 2,3o0,40i ecams, of closely coi:iidi3ndd buying and of alow, oo51yaV.n3, 13,17027 Wthiila ilw 'lawt four anoniih3 iwus hp-rlo- d "DEVIL ANSE" HATFIELD'S was Tho ta'al for tAe y.ar 1910 of soiim rBlaxatton of caution. 14,720,011 tons. The returns for 1911 growdth of more cohaarful foxing of SON KILLS PHYSICIAN indicate LK In a loss of over 1,500,000 and of a dlspoaUiion ito look on tii-- j tlu wnstern dlatrJot and a losa of brlgb'jer side of things. about 235,000 tons In tlu oouth.Oktjrn In There' mjr many drawbacks Dr. E. 0. Thornhill Had Re- d!a'jr.lct, but a gain ot about 312,000 In trado and industny aaldj Kroni Although th the twrtliuau era one. or financial obataoliCisi findur.s Uu.4r fused Whisky Prescripoutput was muoh feaithan far 1910, it of old origin In in.ivv applications axji o!k1 the pnoducUou for 1909 by liws. The weartihli--r vMas not of th-- 3 tion. 2,800,000. hast. A wt, cold spring rr.9'iri0tnd Tliwe were no large disasters dur.tnadi, and wld;epiv.ad clnougbt ing Uie var, and to far as reported exosasiviely, hot Mvjai'jbiar tram Charl-Jto1. Dr. .. jnd W. Va,, Jan. i&y U July dumasad orop3 Bjvijnjly, Edwin O. Thornuilll, agdd 35 xcxns,a thj to.al number or fatal aocld.aif-was lass than tor 1910 (the ilflty lives and foods for man and b.ttal wijll-knphtyslo'anand tuslJiv i man anull- - of ithe Baojhunn tiootilon ot UVtat Vir- lust through explosions during pho lat-- ir xika sutnlng, this lVoulMns in jijar being omltt.d Crom thj yleXdjg of and higher prices for all ginia, was shot and klll'jd lo-dby ot W.UVis JlaiUlA-Jd- , pa but ooti'jon, which bocausj no.vd eon of thj Notwithstanding that 1911 iiroved w ipnloets at time ot harvvjat movo- - fjudt, "Diwll Anso" Ha'ttljld, in a rath r a bad buslni's air Cor the m?nit, abow.l a nut return cmalur drug siorw at Alulljns. The phyaxjlan coal ilnduay, the interest Dt Invos'ccu Ii. , im than has been realized from some early yaj amending an .injured pjivwn when in Kentucky baa not fUsg-'d- , and A wot the aliootilng ocounjd. ccroma far llghbir In yljld. there is a ooaatant d snand for the airlouaily Vo,?-edVdiharvest in tha north Hatfilo'xl, dt Is cald, askod Dr. Thorn- surtjy Ttiparts an Alio coal fields. hill to Issue a prescription for a lint The development of mines In the In 1911 Wall atreet nctfid rury of Wihlsky. Tha doctor nrfua.d, and eastern coal flild Is tnareaalng rapidpar.t of a wjaiMwr a an?, ex- wh?a tatfileld used ubuslve language muoh the ly. JiarJau tlhlppUig at the phjis'.oian alapivjd him. HatfV.'ld oonjinoiioia.1 county hlgajn treme posiismlsm bolug vlsilbl vcoal tn Oo'objr, nnd Is a dispo- it is alleged, ilmiuadWuly drew a rettoas, while at othor periods tixpeotod to beoonu an Imparoan't prosition to view things in a conicwi-tlveJ- y volver and Clrde two bull-atdnto Dr. ducer 4n 1912. Lu'jcher county will optimistic light developed. With Thornhlira body, filtiipplng closer, bjcome a commercial produd.ir in 1912, (ho Hatfllold fliiud two additional tnuat proaaculona haniglcg tine, tiliota and a largi ou'iiut ia LXijia'il drum tendency was appaiiently to f.iar (iho each toUnig effect da tine hja,d of Uiu it The survey camuspaiwkincn Indiwiworrt, while ithe actual JudLcCal prostrate .man. cates much ilntorvjst on tihe loi ot amed to bring an almost un- llaitSield ran from tihe drug tttons capital dn thi3 wf.irn coal field tnl?o, The but was captured wltihln a few mdnuU due fejuing of chjrful and Prof. Nonfood la grea'dy pleased pnewure was not ctntlredy confined lo by pansons wlio liaid wlitu lasod tlie with word he ivjn'Jy reca'jviid firom tnarkcit, gloomy views then ahootlng. Foamtog lynohJmg, HafAWd the stock the of Public Pnlitt-In- g roftect&d HP reading gradually Uotli-e- r plcuded wiiith tihie oSflcens to profcjet ithat two reports ooveilnig h lorulj llBtas aiwl aectlons of country, but hltn, and lie was takyn to IMuovllle, part of tlie" field, which wiitih o'jhjrs not affoctlnig the South um'all law cat-t- thj ocounty sjat.wih.ire deputy haivj b.ni oTOji'jirls publlcaltton for pnu33 made heir appcarauoj. tonight are guarding ttve fnadl pris- amine time, ore to com) tlnom th? wh?tilKr in stock of commo-dltle- s, on. pivias iby May. s was clely ledlatrlctod (through out a largw tart of the past yuar, Fiscal Court in Session. Mules for Sale. but dpltio thdainid as lUustra'ion ct The Ohio Coun'iy Pisaal Court conThree good pairs of mulea for sale; toot ttooit caipltal was iwit: onKru-l- y toe Tuesday GRANT POLLARD, J'jaCiaMoiia vened at Che Court Houso proetiroited, oiiaw Bto;k FonkMiUe, Ky. faild Juge Wedding pn.eWilng, County At- 25M large xylume, bonds .w!- - of and ulso uvury obliga- torney Smith prca-tit- t (than in 1910, ahort-thbet-taMaglatirate, as follows: ThianKut9an-ddii- s, Eaucipatioa Celekatien. tions .wuro aotlwly brought, and the J. h. Pabton, 0. B. Bco'l, May; Lexington, Ky., Jon. 1. The fewty-nlnclose of the car finds mo,at tmoks annUwriany of tba teunnce of In pnloe than tut (he fining. Cook, Grand Pollard, J, H. Mlile, J. ChJamnbeiHaln. urt- - C. Jackson and D. B. Llnoalnla omanalitai'ion ixrooViaiialtlon Wll4l, money moa a .r bo doubt, of quiet in gcin'jvil liudi This sasaloa eawli ?iejir l Uho buialsst was abaarvfd heie today ,witli autro-prlath tho jar, conwiuen exjencUes bytlio colored clt)lfeni3 eaulaiUon. Some Idle ojtpltal, In- -, of the entlrr) uiuptoy- - 'SquliWs haive bJju ibusy all Hhe iwktek. . of Lsxilng'on. A atnewt sought moiw troCiitab aiisd in by tha way, tho which vHtenaina of the colored G. A R. Zoat abnaad, wh--- w Mo Basket Ball Poat land many colonad hook otma of la'Aiunatilonal .affalm did not f noo'jhnu3j. CM ua with entire There will be no basket tell game pant, followed by tonmal xarol is at s IPflk ,T I4OOKINQ PORWARD. batwitun Wkst Sjutlnary one f bhdr loadtong olmnchi.ons(tit-ip- g ot addnassas and Jth. iwadlu cf 0m ot tw moat notaibod featuroa and Qwenrtboiro Illglt Scfeool Baturday .toe (proolamnrtiott wjare fjie fieaturdi ot of trade sod Industry alght, Jan. 0, 1912. J11 Wny Wt: 'dbe viw'i ironammev MURL TAYLOR, Mr. draws to a cloa Is bhe m 4m For the largest year's business in the history of this newspaper we wish to thank the public and may 1912 be a happy, prosperous .new year for all our friends and patTHE PUBLISHERS. rons. ORDERS PROBE place from the AtethuKUftt nhvncte. la HawttmlUe, WiednM-tki- y jnannn Bit 9 FIND OIL ON o'clock. jaOftuWifng Thr to5arnnlt in the local sjmljtiry fara-ti- y Mr. Holirws had no CARTER FARM and hadtaade his homo wAtfa his aistar, Alms. Alljn and ivjr ohlldren tor a gnaait many vwru, and firaa At a' Depth of Le$i IdoMijd 'by them, and b! fa-- a groat affllq'.lon to hla tfstur, nfcjo " Hundred and njphjws. He (was vny poiiular wWi aM clas-eof peaaple at Hawes-vdll- e and Hanccock counity, wihjns he numb.-ru-i lids frir.svds by his aoqualnt-anae- s. SsecinwM of Cnidc Oil BrttghC (Irann-adtat- o ;, s & ' A . t Tkaa Foir Feet s t,t IV: . te Hartford Good Ganie at Beaver Dam. A Hantford .baiket ball t.am composed of iplayors of tin tiwq bum Preefeits vFlatteritf. -- which piajvd Friday night to s wdde-epnaa- d , 1 ' night and engaged in a warm conitieat with ths WHt Kentucky in which the latitw caone out Fayette County Judge Issues boit by tlie sccni of 21 to 14 Bath toams jmt up a anlyndid ijxhibWou of Vigorous Instructions to the game and (the apic&tors Wtsnt Sim-Inar- OF CRIME WAVE Rink, went cner to Bver at Bean's Dam Sat-uVd- ay j- The Wyat Kenftuoky 041 wih'.chbasanoperat'Joaa oa,a 1, mljs oa the wt"No. a 80Br, - Alf. Oatftar Conn enml 6f twwa, bsa Btnuck Grand Jury. . U, ...... caiu-plalniir-gi- l ohr uM-m- on f cal-ind- - ' gjg li Dco.-njlw- n; ccmi-Iianl- 'ti d d, lal Js .i 1 far y' Lexington, Ky., Jan. 2. In his charge t che Fayeitj Coumty prand Jury todjy, Circuit Judgj Chanl.13 dlaruJcn Krr made the that mone murd irs wure oonrni'.ttjd In the county laiit vttr ban in Ihu el'y of Loadan, was.it Is mtlllloiw of pjopl. He atlvlsj.j a grand Jury to sumnvsn before It tho tffiojr3 uf the law of ohe city and county, nsjrt-ln- g that if th bvj vc) any rtoiaftocd cf th law Miw oflcWs would knw of it dt they wj-l.cuja., nnd thai. if tl.y da not know ctf KUchniohUljns tlie reas n tthould bi uoj w'xi id. Gambling, a tiling liqucr on Sunday mad ojhx infrao'icrjj of the statu s were brought foroibly to the Jury's ajniMon. Thj Judjj dxCar.Jd tliat nc a pallceman dn Lexington e away ,well jiloased. The Buaiver Dam boys went In with a Jump and put It all over Hantford la tihe fllrst half hut Dbe latrtMr came back s'aiong asad bstoul tlw W. K. S. hoys In the ajcond iwilod. tn tacmenit and The eauntasy slioii thj visiting b.pan was delightful and much apprealai'cd by tihem. Ait tho end of nhj gamie nothing hut good foiling was maniryjicsd. Municipal Stores Next. n One. Jan. 2. A roeiw Jdja was born, here wiWi tihe saklrg tif pnallmlrury a!i?ps toward a municipal store. Thj Ctity Council Ore-so- Portland, authorized Mayor Bushrlghit point a comnULV.to cf bus'cietu conduot a seTiijs cf whore the profits would by utad among the Bhanjhol-lAuHihpublic. The plan is to sl Btook to ap m'ai to ahaps, dttiib- In ttio grjn-jrall- y y baud-O-mou'- 2o a Bliaiu, concK.cn at know, cf fucih orulj.-i.t- s the may own such wijr lwlng Doninihti.Hl provision that no indlvidu on his biat, and if th ire Avure any more than one ahare. Sjookholdu.v such tJwy should c.it be panntjd to shane profits and furahoiuns will have deducted from dhoir bill a part oonslmw.ln tbj siirvilce ef thj city. the of the anuria curnhagoj If tihe llaii TlijudgJ eJpo'ally oouns-jlMihere, tt wdll b) U'BluliJshil imdloTOHxita aucoe-idgrand Jury to pjfurm against the owmers of all proir'y in other Oregon olities. Thy qbj lot la Co reduce the codt of llvtag. rented for immoral purports. could if any tiil to Mb s 1 sldrabSe flow of fine oil, Wt h ArotM.nf 3R7 J Olllt. a n.tu.M'itfn. rl Ut' orude oil ibss ,b?m pnoaghft to trtra, and the strike ds onaartftag, Dcewkfera- -', We exctfiesn-m- t among our ntt'ciss . This sample was totem out of Usa-we- ll witih i&he baler yieaAaray paorar lag, and it twaa tihougM that ore' that a bamil bad collMotad at boe bot--' (ib nbft tomm of the 1 dunJng The o;jraitora have condteiimg th) fj.aitliity cf "shooiilne" tfesr we'jl, amd claim Ohait (were Ucinj' it would iikwly bnkg (n a W ipmitac tlve .welL iHorwiev.rr. aconddnK to tfco gMologlcail proiip'.o't's tihe aind.fti' l wih Mi this all ds found, Is dhtefta of a sjrftj of 5 cr 6 dlfeijnt deposits x'nd!ng down to 1,000 fo3t, ao4 It Is b.liti-MHhat dt tihe.dnlll U MnO dowin a fuw hunij.-jfa it a vary suiaa well will b d.'vuiciped, and uhiiswiU likely bi djne. The Bampljs .wihtofi ham be.m "examined by chose in change of the work are pronounced Sine specimens of crudy oil. It Is of a black, thick comtnostttaa roseimbliiic tar but carnylng wtljh I a B'jroag odor of pure pp'woloum. IoKcatlonu pre for development in cur mldti: very brighit, and dovelcipmenijs !Ctfi-i- n bhy ni.'xt wvck or ton dayti pvlll lw watchor'wim fiivStsh ItAjertdf''- - by , " -our coltiiaaa. w-j1n U -- wis Champioi Tobacco Grower. Mr. Vimgll Shown, of BedH, recently djllvered a ioad of tobacoa tore which awairds btan the dtatlnctlcA of bylng one of Abe champion tohaoco growers of Ofh'ip oouaty. This on 3200 bills (4-- 5 acre) bo proxtuc-x-t' 2,035 awunda of pryor tsbsjooai Hlbls he marketed ait 10, 9 aad 3, and received the gross amount df $17145. Mr. Shown battdvastaf tfe pofcky" of reducing .the .acrcjaige tad of gtviaj tha plant a more canaful cuWvS'io" wihereby a gain in wtalt tffld,ua41lty F " la ohtaloed. During the past four yearns he'totf been father aucoeeatul wtth pVimtlBcC' only a small acreage, to 1910 Insat 1 acne $115, la 1909, firom 1 sere " $175, and la 1908 firom DBe-baaens " " $125. Conditions at the Eastern Kentucky Asylum fur (the liwar.a also wlM be put und-j-r the llmullgbt if the ond.oi out. Judge of (the court are oarnl-jimdlcait.--d Kcnr said that cc.ndit)lon3 tliat Bonunhing radically wrong was In tlie law or that thj lacked the courage ot their oonvlottona to onforo) It. $14,300,000 SPENT IN WHITE PLAGUE WAR Yearly Statement ytf A .J is Made of Basket Ball. Friday night i&be local basket balll fans wwe iglvun a rare treat by the Hantford OolUga cuun and n I .cum oontiKsed of the boys at'tind jntg school away from Hanttond. NVji'iti.--r Oaam has had muoh iiraotloj this season but 'tlie gams was very Irjtrirea'.dng tUrat and hotly couVjattd Crcm the whia'Je until sound of tlie HmPjiv-js- ' the game wias declared in favor ot the visiting tnam. By oconaant of boda' teams tho game was divide intobhiv flftwn mlni'ue l'lenieda but at Che end of ithat time 'Jw ecorestocda Iw 12 to 12. Jiere it was d:olded by tha officials to coninuj play uq'il oatt a'As uiade two .paln'ts. The viators wie tlie Mtv'it ito turtorm uhls and at the end of 'Jho game thlj acoi b'uod 15 to 12T Tl3 game was featured throughout by good guarding. Lineup. ILarttond Colljge, F.ollx, GUnn, ir. f R. Taylor, 1. f., E. 1. g., Dat3, r. g. Collcg) boys; A. llamunt c, Tlnsley r. f., Felix 1. f., Fogle r. g., Iliolbrook 1. g. the National Associa- tion. 2. "' ay B. .war Now York, Jan. Jn iflhi tubenculoris 114,500.000 wia spent during the 1911 through out h3 country, accoiidlng to a tiate- by tbn utJon- ment Usued and al Association for the Study PrevenMon of Tuberculosis. TMslarg "Milch CowrKSak. sum pnactlcally the some as last Aagr person daidsdnc Id ffMMlMSsa-- . yaar's total. Of the total sum spent $1100,000 good adbek cow would do whM si l- -, Mi" went directly (toward tjho tnealtmenit Ojulreat Tin RepublloMkOMlNL All kjada ot pntotia iesw ot con?umptiies In aanatorfams and hos RepubUcaa offtcs. 1 ' ;, pital J, and tha cxsniatawier to ani-tu-- b against y--- to-n:- bt i'h inculosls asisoclaitilcina, ddaijensuiriles, cen, Bar-Uijtt, Died of Fneumoila. Air. Williams Ho!inv:s pot iHawieavllle Ky., died at tha resldunce of Judgj John B. Wilson last Monday bvening ot at 7:30 o'clock, niuor nn lllnijit six days ot pneumonia. Mr, iHolmes was an uncle ot Mrs, WJltaan, and an Spoo-ilaitilo- n, cam) owno to vdsH them during ClaWst-ma- s, open air eohools, iboands ot h jallh and other agendas. New York leads all Mi other States ot the Union In tha amount of money contnlbu'ed toward the wax. With the slogan "No Umoared For Tubencu-loain 1915;" 13,550,000 iweis rateed ear for thj In the State during-thcampaign. dnnay;lvnila da- - second with the ooniirlbution ot 2,265000; Massachufe .J third with- - tl.108,000; Colorado, Ohio, CaiUfornia, Connecticut, New Mexdoo, lllimcls and Maryland follow in the onden wtwHi. For the year 1912 awwaiirlatioas ot ovyr $10,000,000 have already been s and: Wfear made by B'ane public bodies. U e L.ig-fatiun- These Girls Get nan. looked up and wonwm baUial ii on Laat , Yesv A .J i- t A PhdladaVphla, Jan. 2. JBamnmbwtst.QspM that (tihds Is deap yiosir,vDaa mied .wfceo. on h'm .In- rlage Uceaw (bureau . . asuqa tor wib wxammy manry bnaUhsrs. The arlWdne Ross' Mary Hands, of Uus aatisfAQ'Jory answ be Ms- - aUr- tiodss ' s vSfNmi ro yuwe S' ni -- put to manry Josenh Bn t: tiiMm Hgsits, Why dlda't "yon V -. HceaseT" vDaa't ' h.4Uj. fcrs. soi to tUa'ls im " ystorT'; kadw Una 'J" y ,0 nh hlgr in. rv'R' fioU-.cUo- ra r V" k Gae. oltti and was taken euddwoly 1A1 the next day ater CUnlatauiaa tod dvlng to .the faot he was slty kijVan yi.urs old, his fight for Hfe wias. bioxNAess from tha very bjglanilng. BvMry4Mng wihlcli Um fedu'dvea Wild Bjimaai-JntjUnJighbors could do was fn.kiy done In an etfor to aHwyiki'ia tibn ufs his aufteiilns ,and ninoliit hku' in the igit asalnat fthe dissaee, but to mo avail.,. Tha ijuwIm wjtYi taken to Hajwes-Hi- e on the early moraine tmta Tuesc Kentucky Woai Office. fills Federal 2.-- Wth Thsidouhst iMiakW tflMnnmv.' 7 - .. .wsll-sali- s . 1 Ik W'AiBkaaiMS T t-- ' V aUas f . I : ,K day, Mns. accoH&paalad by Jtude AVMwi, Staaaey AUon, of HitAy, Tniu,, Mrs. Mary LotaWisr, ot Clhtcwigoaad Col. C. M. Bwiwetit. Mr. Mim and Mrs. Los'ietW are RKjpiSV aatt Bleao of Mr. Beitius, towtaji hook vr . Covington, Ky., Jan. the annouaodewiut of kha aapolataatJmt of Mrs. Mabol Van Dyke BeM.tads' by Ol;rk John. JLJaMad Sta tbe District Count of Om Nsnlftwan DAainlct of Kenituelier to Mil P,o-Clc- e iW ot fled' mad CoaHinlniiloaMr, Ulu?g'iias ataito oaa boast of bMlc one of the vary few wtosM a wmmu holds a nosMfcxt ot ; ittr oftooe will he iammi. W ttk pViiaral buMslak da Ms '. The apuotaUse has turn. with tha FsAral CsMrbt ia 3fclof x 1 ft. TWl sMIM k ,u-ki- ft : ". 1 ":' m " v., ir s ,T JJ .. . "M , . v lv t , . W ;' k- ., lae -- ' y 11JMJIlNKl s&POOL FLAME felH?U mmtfb yyrM z- - .Asssssssssssssssn TVtI7TBH&issl..r fcigW v? u 1 n-j fcylOUIS JOSEPHS - HP fort?? ' ' COWfittOHTiy y vomyiSiiPn vmjcjb. RYNOPSIS. CTTAPTKIl I The story ODens at Monte Carlo with Col. Terence O'Rourka o Rourke, a military ire in his hotel.something lance and of a 'csmbler. It dressing for appearance In the restaurant wnen me souna ot a giriisn voice oeiow Leaning Blnslntr attract his attention, out on the balcony he sees a beautlfu girl who suddenly disappears, lie rushes 10 me corridor to see a neativ gownea form enter the elevator and. pass from lint. CHAPTER mind Is and when the Sited with thoughts of tablegirl, allows his to the gaming he rcmarkablo winnings to accumulate He notices two men watching him. One Is the Hon. Bertie Qlynn, while his companion Is Viscount Des Trebes, a noted duelist. When O'Rourke leaves the table the viscount tells him he represents the French government and that he has been directed to O'Rourke as a man who would undertake a secret mission. CHAPTER II. I searched blindly for a fresh tie, found It somehow, and knotted it round his collar In the most haphazard fashion Imaginable. Then he shrugged a dress coat upon his shoulders and marched forth to dine. In this humor he propelled himself with determination Into the public restaurant of the establishment, and, oblivious to tha allure of many pairs of bright eyes that brightened all too readily to challenge his, lnslcted upon B table all to himself, and dined in solitary grandeur, comporting himself ppenYy as a morose and misunderstood person, and to his waiter with a manner so near rude that the latter began almost to respect him. After some time ho was disgusted to discover that he felt better. An Impulse toward analysis led him to probe the psychology of the change, with the result that he laid the blame for it at the door or the neck of a of excellent burgundy. So he ordered another, and, resolutely dismissing half-bottl- e 'After that bitter disappointment bis Interest in his personal appearance dwindled to the negligible. In a black temper with himself (whom alone he blamed for the deception to which he had fallen too facile a victim) he too Impatient to defer the Inevitable by niggardly wagers, O'Rourke ransacked his pockets and placed the proceedsseveral hundred francs I am as Ignorant of the amourft as he waa .Indifferent to it upon the red. There fell a lull, the croupier holding the wheel to permit an unbaked cub of Chicago millions to cover the cloth with stakes too numerous for his intelligence to keep count of; and the adventurer shifted In his seat, reviewing the assemblage. For some moments, through the mysterious working of that sixth sense which men are pleased vaguely to denominate intuition, he had been subconsciously aware of being the object of some person's fixed regard, that somebody was not only watching, but weighing him. He sought the source of this sensation and, for a little time, Bought It unsuccessfully. Annoyed, he persisted. He heard the croupier's mechanical "Rein ne va plus," followed by the whirring of the wheel, but cared so little that he would not turn to watch the outcome. Only an exclamation of the Austrian's appraised him of the fact that red had won. He glanced listlessly round to see the money doubled, and let It rest, turning back to his survey of the throng. A moment later his attention became fixed upon two men who stood in the doorway, looking toward him. Again the wheel buzzed, the ball clattered and was still. The word rouge among others In the announcement told him that again he had won; this time, however, he did not turn, but, frowning in speculation, stared back at the two. Stared? Indeed and he did just :hat. If It was Impertinent, sure and ivere they not staring at him? And who should gainsay an O'Rourke the 'ight to stare at anybody, be he king jr commoner? Furthermore, who might these men be, and what their Interest in himself? The one was tall and slender, saturnine; an elegant, owing as much to the art of his tailor and upholsterer as to his own indisputable, native dls- Unction; a Frenchman at least of a lyP unquestionably Gallic. His face was very pale, his fine, pointed mus- tache very precise, Jaw square, forehead high, eyes deep and dark beneath brows heavy, level and black, manner marked by a repose almost threatening in its impassibility. His companion was shorter of stature, a younger man by at least ten years, rather stout and very nervous, with a fresh red face marred by of dissipation; British, every inch of him. thinking," "That, I'm mused O'Rourke, "will be the Honorable Dertle Glynn. Faith, he looks the part, at least; 'tis Just that kind Inbred, underbred, without brains or real stamina that would run through a sterling inside a year." But the other? "Monsieur," the little Austrian d excitedly in his ear, "for you the red had doubled a fourth time." "Thank ye," replied O'Rourke without moving. "'Twill turn up seven, this run." The system-gamble- r subsided, petriball-marhalf-millio- n Btam-mere- K(Vp V5&b v F.-rw ssfXCPsM ) J Tr, a graceful ret of tho shoulders', nn Individual prldo and spirit In tfco polso of her head, that O'Rourko could liavo sworn ho know. Ho was conscious' that ho flushed suddenly, that his heart was pounding. Ho mnde ns If to riso and follow, but was prevented, almost forced back by n hand which tho Austrian In his feverish Interest had unconsciously placed on tho Irishman's shoulder. "Monsieur, monsieur!" ho gasped, his eyes, protruding, fixed upon tho wheel. Beads of sweat glistened on his forehead. He trembled as though his own fortunes hung on tha change. Impressed, O'Rourke could not forbear to linger, to cast a reluctant glance at the table. The size of his pile ot gold and notes on the red was a somewhat startling sight to him. His breath stopped In his throat The ivory sphere was rattling over the compartments to its predestined place. What If .he were to win? O'Rourke began to mentally how much he had at stake, how much he might win If his :areless prediction that red would turn jp the seventh time should come true lost his bearings In a maxe of Intrl-:at- e computation and was on the joint of abandoning the problem when Mack was called. "Great God!" panted the Austrian, withdrawing his hand. O'Rourke rose. "The fortunes of war, me friend," said he with a laugh io unforced that it sounded unnatural. He strode away hastily, search-n- g the throng in the lobby for her lth whom his mind was occupied to :he exclusion of all else. The system-gamble- r followed him with a Btare of Incredulous amazement. "What a man!" said he p himself, if half aloud. A second " atcr he added: "What admirable cat-sulaact-ng!- "Gladly, monsieur." Des Trebes produced a clcarctto case I and together, Bmoklng, tho two turned their backs upon tho casino and wandered off along tho paths of tho tor- - wo converse?" In tho most brief of clasps, singularly . Il.tfvj an' il. uK i,ujiiii;3; iiui.iu.ij firm and cold. Tho Irishman pondored l3Jorlj( tho sensation for somo moments nfter coiitnln.3 S,til,S04, fowl of nil flguro had van- ttoni?, va.1u.tl n.t a tnul of $Ur,l,S7I,l Des Trebes' hurrying rno man's nana toucned O'KOiirnc-- s wioro found lu Kentucky at iin 1- -.. 1010 ooin'us. (.J... ....!. ished In shadows. "I don't like It," ho nvcrrcd; "tl a bad Blgn a hand that's nnturally cold. I never yet touched ono llko II that belonged to a man yo could trust I misdoubt he's sound at tho core, Des Trebes. . . . But then, what's tho odds? Can I not tnko care of And slnco 'tis tho Government ot Franco I'm treating with, and himself only tho medium that puts altogether a different complexion on the matter." loiHe spent the ensuing half-hou- r tering in the more populous portion of tho grounds, smoking as he strolled, his eyes keen to scrutinize each woman who came his way. But he discovered none resembling her whom he bad seen In the Casino, ? and with an .vrig ajwu of Clf.tty-o- n oni!. In lJ'lO tin S..ao luul but 137 Tui-Uy- s o;i fowls. Of Ukw fottBs, S.000,- SSToiLi altMl at chtal.oiH, mini'bor ISS,292, va.Iu.olj $S3!l,0SI. TliiJ: are :!39,UJ2 rlmsvj aWFE $:'0l,3So. 46,721, Guln.a, ftroM run up to j valutl at $ir.,24t. Pi8-ra- luintlwr 20,013, vahwd at $G,032, an fowls 4S3 valthtl nit $817. itetknr wtu ndventuroua No ojii-w- s enough to couint aluglo b.M In thj found 1G1,9j1 SVt'y, out s'.vJaiaiis colonial of Uwm, vjiUiod at $310,379. ixt Escaped With His Life. yqars ngo I faooid nn awful death," .wr.l!m, II. II. AfamUn, Pant Harrelson, S. U. "Duotioraeaid I had consumption nnd tiw ikuatiful Couth I had lookoJ Hkkj iitunn lunwali I trkid ewryithlns, I omild huar of, tho for my cough, and was umVir doctor In treatment of tho bout Georgetown, S. C. for n jvnr, but could got no rolktf. A frlviul ruivii mo to try Dr. King's Now Diacuvwry. I did so, and was oanyloVJy ounod. I fojl that 1 owo my life (to flhiis pva,t throat and lung ciuv." It Is iwUltlvoly guaranfcd for couglta, oolds, and all $1.00. bronchial affoabionis. 50c and Trial bu'Je froo at all .drugglfltB- - at "Twoni'y-oiw (To bo continued.) m DAYS "I Have the Honor to Address sieur Le Colonel O'Rourke." Mon- But he was mistaken. There was lothlng assumed In O'Rourke's air ot ipathy. He was actually quite lndlf-eren- t and already preoccupied with lis new Interest the pursuit of the vomnn whose unexpected appearance n Monte Carlo seemed likely to upset ill his calculations. The satis of the jarque ot his fortunes had all him of Chance; he was accustomed to see- life long been trimmed to the winds . 7 ,v uk, i.Buu uo u, bad, set a certain song the way his wits to work on tho riddle of Tomorrow. To a man whose trade was fighting, tho world Just then was a most distressful place, too peaceful entirely. Over his coffee tho adventurer nodded in despair and frowned in disgust; then rousing, he summoned the waiter and paid his reckoning with a c secret grin at himself, a note and a gesture which splendidly obliterated altogether every trace of suspicion that he intended to take back any part of the change due him. Trimming and lighting a cigar, he reviewed tho restaurant with a listless eye which discovered ho one of his acquaintance; therefore, with neither haste nor waste of time, ho rose and betook himself to the Casino that is, to tho one placo where one may feel certain of encountering, sooner or lator, everybody who Is anybody within tho bounds of the principality. This night, more particularly than on any preceding It, now that he had made up his mind to seek betterment fied. of his fortunes elsewhere, he played . But the other? O'Rourke continued heedlessly, little concerned with tho to probe bis memory. Something la fate of what money ho had about him. the man's personality was curiously Ho had cot asido a reserve fund suff- reminiscent. . . . Of a sudden he icient to settle his hotel bill and carry remembered. The Frenchman had him a considerable distance into the been pointed out to him, years ago, in unknown which ho was resolved to Paris, as a principal In a Boulevard beard, and was resigned to lose scandal which had terminated In a the remainder. It was a tenet of his duel a real duel, In which he had creed of fatalism that chance seldom been victorious. He was accustomed favored him when ho had money in to anticipate such an outcome of his bis pockets; the tide of his affairs affair of honor, however; that was must be at its lowest ebb ere it turn- why he had been named to O'Rourke; ed. His policy then was obvious Des Trebes (that was the name; the childishly plain: ho must fling to the Viscomto des Trebes) was a duelist of Winds all that which he had. International disrepute. "Monsieur," tho agitated voice flutNow never was there a man wha played to loso who didn't win his tered in his ear, "you have won yet point Colonel O'nourko's case can be ngaln for the sixth time!" "Let It stand for the seventh, mon cited as no exception to this rulo Elami." bow to elbow on ono sldo with an s Why should Des Trebes be watchold lady from Terre Hauto, who Tlsked her mlnimunis with the fero- - ing him so openly, so pointedly? As lcvs Jealousy of a miser making an ho watched ho became aware that unsecured loan, on tho other with an , these two, the Frenchman and the Intent llttlo Austrian gambler absorb- - Englishman, were not alone, detached d in tho workings of his "system." i though their attltudo was, they wer tho adventurer scattered Eold unon evidently of a party of ladles and gen tho numbered and Illuminated grid- tlemen whose gay, chattering group iron as unconccruedly as though ho formed their background. "Monsieur, the seventh turn!" had been matching shillings, and saw "Yes, yes." tho coins gathored lr. by tho greedy "Rein no va plus," croaked the rake as often as tho llttlo ivory ball croupier. censed to chatter on the wheel. One of the ladles turned to speak to For tho better part of an hour this continued. And tho llttlo group ot tho Honorable Mr. Glynn. Smiling, sycophants which had gathered be- ho nodded, and offered her an arm. hind his chair to watch his play in- She lingored, addressing Des Trebes. sensibly dissipated. A whisper ran Tho latter bowed, lifted his shoulders through tho ranks of tho habltuo&that and laughed lightly, plainly excusing the luck of the mad Irishman had turn- himself. A general movement took ed; and forthwith ho ceased to bo an placo in tho party; It began to disinobject ot interest. Only tho llttlo tegrate, men and women pairing off, Austrian, having risked tho number All moving At leisure toward tho lobby, ot stakes prescribed by hi system, for Des Trebos alone remained. O'Rourke ono evening's play, put away his note- could seo that tho personnel ot the Ho book and pencil and, surrendering his gathering was largely British. place to another, lingered behind recognized Lady PUnllmmon, whose O'Rourko's chair, unablo to resist tho yacht (bo bad heard casually) had arfascination ot watching a man who rived In tho harbor that morlning. Evicould at onco lose money and retain dently this was her party. Another woman's figure caught bis attention; bis composure. -- AtJentb hjexjyessibly bored and. her .back was turned, but she bad an . TT u. T TV fifty-fran- art-Jes- ing them fall flat and flapping, empty, Just when a venture seemed most propitious. The loss of the money was nothing; the Initial amount had been little enough in all conscience, though the major part of all that he possessed; but to him the woman was everything the world and all. And now she was gone, had disappeared with her companions! In that instant In which1 he had turned from her to the table, she had made her escape. He cursed roundly the weakness that had lost her to him, and passing rapidly through the lobby, left the Casino, pausing before the entrance to look right and left. There was no sign of what he sought; the party had vanished. And who should say whither? "Damnation!" he grumbled. "Monsieur," a voice intruded at his side. "Ho turned with a start, annoyed-"Wellhe demanded curtly, recognizing De Trebes. Tho Frenchman bowed. "I havo the honor to address Monsieur le Colonel O'Rourke?" Reflecting that the man might afford him the Information he sought, O'Rourke unbent. "I am he, Monsieur des Trebes." Surprised, the latter lifted his eyebrows, showing even white teeth In a deprecatory smile. "You know me, monsieur?" "By sight and reputation only, monsieur." "I am honored." "No more than meself, it it comes to that." The vlcomte laughed "Then I may presume to ask the favor of a word with you?" "Are ye not having it, monsieur?" "True . . . But In private?" "One moment. Ye can do me a favor, if ye will. Afterwards" "I am charmed." "TIs not much I'll be asking ye merely a question or two. Now that gentleman ye were talking with awhile back: isn't he the Honorable Bertie Glynn?" "Tho same, monsieur." "And the lady who spoke to him ?" "Madame I believe; I know her only slightly." "Then ye are not of their party?" "Party?" Des Trebes appeared perplexed. "What party?" "Why, Lady Pllnllmmon's, of course." "I havo not the honor of that lady's acquaintance, monsieur." "Oh, ye havo not? But Mr. Glynn?" "Is hero with me, monsieur a flying trip. We ran down from Paris but yesterday. Our meeting with Madame Smyth-Herrlowas quite accidental." "Oh, the dlvvle!" said O'Rourke beneath his breath. Plainly ho might expect nothing more helpful from tbls man; ho had Jumped prematurely at a baseless conclusion, it seemed. And by now It was much too lato to think of further pursuit. "That is all I wished to kuow, monsieur," he admitted lamely. "There was a lady In the group whom I thought I recognized. I wished to find her, and fancied ye might perhaps direct me. Ye didn't by any chance happen to hear Mrs. Srayth-Herrlsay where she was going with Mr. Glynn?" "Unhappily, no, monsieur." "Very well then. What can I have tho happiness to serve ye in?" Tho Frenchman hesitated briefly. "Tbls is a trifle public," bo suggested. "Will you not be kind enough to walk, with me a little distance, while ?" Srayth-Herrlott, Thoro aiy only tibout six mitai of railroad in Por.sLo. Tho highwaysaavo) "Yes?" tho:.j built by tlw Kiusinns (cxpons-- i "But before I proceed, may I put you oharg--l io Ponsla), are of tho modt a question or two bordering, perhaps, primativo oliarack-r- . In laup-- j arvui upon impertinence, yet not so imly 33ak(! there av no ruuU whaVjvur, trails. Tlw public i!mM, Whloh ia a beggar!" a "What First Playwright What are you tremendous burden to tltj country, la O'Rourke commented mentally. "As working on now? only $27,000,000 in our monv- - Por-ala- 's for that," said he aloud, "'tis impos Second Playwright I'm dramatl sible for me to calculate tho imperti- tng tho Congressional Record. jinincpal crodiUwa aro Russia nence until 'tis put to me. Eh?" and Urn.: Unittin. "Believe me, sir, I am anxious only Do you know .that fully nUw to avoid indiscretion. It is the ques Kill More Than Wild Boasts. out The number of people Ull.d yiwly tion of your identity alone. I desire at uvvry urn caso-- of rhuiiiuatUm oru lite sunply only to be assured that you are the by wild boosts don't approach of tho imisuVja du-- i genus Colonel O'Rourko I take you to be." vast number Kiiiui oy tiLyaoa to cold or (Lvmp, or chronic rhesuma-tlsn- i, "My faith! And who else would I No life is safe from tlwlr attacks. tjjat-nwand rvquliv no iu'crJial be, now?" They're in air, MUtrJ diut, own whatevor? Apply Chamborinln's "There's the bare possibility that food. But grand proDoction Is. afford Liniment fr.n!y and sj-- huw quickly two ot the same name might exist" , ed by Eleotiilc which ilja'jroys It glv-.-- a relief. For Kilo by all drug"'TIs so baro that 'tis fairly inde- ami expol these divodly ilisjosa ojnus gists, cent," chuckled the Irishman. "But fire tu from tlie system. That's why chilli, away." assuming fever and ague, all malarial and anany "I am not mistaken in The Why and Wherefore. that I address the Colonel Terence blood dUTUW yield promptly to this Uroth-.La KolUitte av.nbuV.a all O'Rourke who was at one time a party wonderful blood purifier. (Try thorn, Uio lib to will oh fkf.h is iiXr to that to le petit Lemercie's mad Empire du and otijoy the glorious health and Sahara project and who later mar- new strength they'll givo you. .Money brand of HximbllamUiMi which klooa nut acclaim hvni as its iirouh.it Axiiutur ried Lemarcler's widow, Madame la back If not aitisftal. Only 50c lit all o'Jkt cnUmlMos for which lie would Prlncesso de Grandlleu?" in O'Rourke took a long breath and druggists. hold it d.reotly ivsjMnslbV; is tha looked his questioner up and down. lush con of living. Mrs. Cook Tells Truth. very pretty taste in the "Yo havo a Though wa Dninoen.u's. mi would matters oi impertinences," ne Eaitt' Dexter, Ky. In a slgntl statement Bid tho djvil i ids due. Thnlffs. Utah j graveiy. "However, let mat pass, i m Mrs. Cook tells the truth about how or low; combhuitlunj, moiioolio&, un tho same man." brought back her health and holy alllaiico3, corn.-rs- , nil tlutw havo "A thousand pardons. Caution in Cardul says, "I could not tholr liarj In aim rolng matters such as this " A shrug com- strength. She iirobUn. pleted the thought most eloquently. got any relief, until I tried Cardul, Hut no fair lnvoitiwa'or will by all "You can give me proofs of your iden- tho Woman's tonic. I suf fered mow or tho bUm-- i or anyone of tlioiu or on tity, then?" losa for 10 years, and was so weak any one party, Tlw purdioslns iwwtf "Proofs!" O'Rourke got to his feet. and nervous I could hardly do my with thd "Believe me, monsieur, ye have all the house work. Now I ant In hotter of tlie tlolLtr lias purchasing powor of Uio Mlllcg, tlw proof I'm willing to give ye, and that's my last word. It ye find it Insufficient, health than even before, ant rogular tranc, tlw mark and tho imm'.o as clock work, do not suffer at all, tho problem is a world problem. why, then " iWt "Pardon!" Des Trebes Interrupted, and gain strength every day." Thous- not alone Uio hundred million Ameri rising. "I am myself more than con- ands of women havo been h el pud back cana whoaa bimleiino'Jdsiobolilgliljenidii tent. But the Government ot France " too health by Cardul. Try It A-the o3onom!c prvswuivi knows no "The Government of France !" grapmcai umitntlous. Tiw cau O'Rourke whistled. Winn is Honored. ixvo various and tho remedy has y "Is more exacting than I. It knows Ky., Doc. 30. As a com to bj iMt found. a certain Colonel O'Rourke and blm pUment (to tho nett.lyapiolniVid Appoll-at- o Prof. lih'jr, of Yale alone does it need." Unlveraitr. Judge, Robert II. Winn, of this whosa diHiutnios "The dlvvle it does! And what will are its chojrfuld folcity, itlio numbers of .tha ilooal bar lowed In Europe as on It be wanting with mo?" itlils aldoer- "I can say at present no more than tendered him a ibanqunt at itiha Nnitloi tlnently remarks: that I represent Government In an al Hotel tonight Toasts wjne glvoi "It is almost as absurd for any ono affair demanding secrecy and dispatch. by itihose pivajnit, nnd dudgu Winn's particular locality or S'oite, on the I have a certain diplomatic mission to nomarks wono fititing and appnoprlatA discharge, and shall have need, mon- Judgo Winn will oUU rtitain an uffiw basis of its own expontjiice, to discuss the sieur, ot a man strong, bold, venture- In M.t Sterling In the coat si to close up muuh some, willing to undertake a long and of living, as it would i3 for a vlllaca e. unfinished tliH-.perhaps perilous Journey." Had Des on the llay of Fundy to discuss tha Trebes been Inspired he could have rise ot ,tlw tldou. Thiy exper&noa $100 Reward, $100. formulatod no speech better calculated tho but Its causM lie far beyond Tlho ruadus of tills iwjir will b--i to Intrigue tho Irishman; the merest tit dr wlsdaiu or control." echo ot its import would have fired plousod to loam that Uwro U ntloaai Clearly tho PraHi&or Is right Far bis hearer's fancy. He added: "And I oiw dreaded discos) (that BoUsnco lias am authorized to retain for that pur- bjen aiblo to euro in all Its s'.agva, tlw most iiant wo are delvdng in the pose, should I be fortunate enough to dirk. The Itobbor Uaruns ano not and that Is Catarrh. Hall's Oatamh wholly And him unengaged, a certain Colonol ito blame, nolMirr is that La-bnow Dure Is itih.3 only poaii'Jvw euro Terence O'Rourke." which some thoorisis insist must fraiSarwlty. ,a-tarr- h 'Ti9 known to tho "Say no more, monsieur. bo lhiuidaUd befoiie we tihall know being a coasttoiUonal disease, enough. 'Secrecy dispatch a long bettor things as though Uio purchastryatmont. and perilous Journey!' Faith I'm Just rjqulrvs a oanaUituWonal ing io,kj.- - of tlie dallar wdll onhanoa your man!" Hall's Catarrh Curo is token, iii'ionnal-l- In propop-loas tlwro ano fcjwvr "You have no other business of the. acting dinactly upon tho blood and spondabla dollars. . moment?" mucous suriac.s of Uio ByaUnn, Uuorw-b- y The Indictment of regular "None whatever." stand-pduatroydng tha foundation of tha "Then I am Indeed fortunate. And Kapublkuiilsm cannot overlook dlscasw,aud giving filw)ipaitiknit atnangth now, I presume, you will no longer Iha probl juj but it 4s by no nwaus object to satisfying mo as to your Iden- by 'building up tho oona'jVaitdon and thereby conclusdvJy and ;ermanontIy assls'ing nntmw In doing Ita work. tity." TlnioJ. "Not In tho least. Although, to bo The pnoipnlotora havo eo much faith in candid, monsieur, I'm not in the hab- i'a cunutiivie powers Uisnt tluw offer When given as awn as itiho croupy it ot carrying me Bertilllon record Ono Hundred Dollars for any oaaatjhait cough npiMim Cliambeiilaln's Cough about me. But it ye'll have tho good-ncfa'Ja to euro. Solid for Hat of Reniady wdll ward off an attack at to accompany me to tho Orient, it , oroup and prevent all dangor and over there, I'll put your mind at ease testimonial;. Addmsi F. J. ailENtJY & CO., causj of anxlwty. Thousands olmotih. before ye can say knife." eiis u&j u successfully. Suld by sjl J Des Trebes nodded. "I should be Toledo, O. , uruggiats. Sold iby all Druggists, 73c. ' delighted, but unfortunately" ha , m snapped the case ot his watch "I flTako Hall'd Family Pills for constiMedicines that old iwituwamoialww have an appointment with a confrere. pation, m i oirootuii. ChamlKt-laln'Qou May we fix a time In halt an hour, Uaniudy nuts on thU nlan. n nil. 6ay when it will be convenient for Kentucky Has Them. tlw cough, relievos tho inn you to have mo call at the Orient?" . Enough boa power to B'Jng marly tha eovTtfJoM "In half an hour? I'll await ye and olds nature 1b every man, woman and child in the atoning w Ryatom then, monsieur." . to n haitiiv "Pardon, then, my haste. I am lata Uiiltod States, over 8,000,000 conn-ta- d dltlon. Thousands lave testified to must be off." ohlcLoua and enough turteya to feed its superior Sold by all iwanly oil Uw jhxxt in tho South, drujfsUits. long-winde- d nt j BUit-.irsT 1 world-widerfbus-Inc- raced gardens. Ever descending, they came at length to the secluded, llttlo lighted and less frequented portions of the grounds which border the waterfront, and presently sat side by Bido upon a bench, looking out over tho harbor. Then and then only did Des Trebes approach his subject something which he had until now studiously avoided, distracting the not Irishman by a falling fire of banalities. "I dare say, Colonel O'Rourke," he suggested abandoning his mother tongue for excellent English "I dare say you are .wondering" "I am that." "I feared so. But It was essential that we should speak in privacy." over-patie- Iff Persia. P r.'ia Is a Mahomo:an an arm of C2S.O0O ituir population ustlnntud at 000. Sj much of IYjivUi oountryvith mllos and a about 9.600,- - Mi. t itliat the only about fifteen to dj-..'n- Is imputation. ubeolutew tlu Muaro nvnsuJ mily.1 rl. ar y, at solvod.--Loulsvl- lVa s ? e. I -- - , IJfJ'Xfy. i AS 4 lrtK- - r "U.I 3 SECRETARY PIRTLE WRITES interesting Letter to The Farmers. I J Should Stand Always for OrganizationWhat A. E. is Doing. S. of ; To im former: Hark! Iknr tho cry for minors 800 thus owan. of nlpo groin nuady for tlw hnnvvat. us rtao ui and Ait to work) Do you EMajwihat a gsvat' fliold Is lvady for tlw hanvcot-(iT- B if wo only got U laborers in tho field. Theroi is a vn'rt wea pjirttwl More us, reaching from U" Lakius and tiw. Gulf (o the Otvnt A81 of "this from ootan to ocemn. vast field Is roady for tlu fo Iril'B it!ooo tlio laborers In tho field, jieriaUy In oiw snail mot. Lot that pot b3 Oliito county, Ky. Can't you &. .wliat a gn.sut work can ibo dome fcr tlio one grwat v A. S. of E. df only &it to work and strike mfaiio j tho iron is hot. Yut no many sit idly by nnd do noaMivg. J wondur s 1 what has Iwaomo of our corjind- Ing oomniltituo. Not a Blnglo OII has ibo'.n. hoard from, yjfc nKtiriy tbneo months ha gone by sinou Surr-flthey wpjoxj appointed. they haw not lost lntonesit aud none Ua:k iioa onolr bust friends. J Surely ono can oe by now what . has boon (he makdns of pnl&e on. tnbaooo. All sco the nwd of So lot ua gut to work and organize and try to the vory utmost to protaot our rights nnd iirtnalptte and thu wel'aro of ouna.Cnxe and families. Can you afford to lot such a noble organization dwindlo and die just for the loot of 5our pushing lt arvt y and funding for Justice? For tho tilUnluing and thinking BSttrxty. It lack elf tha uso of your jkm nnd h time wo wore raiding- - It la hlflh i".th a spending only flo or (Jirhw Ipuns a Urmo wra wniro aottng and wvtsk In your local? For '.he lack vim. It Is (Lime wu ,wjre nito'nidlns to to our own bualrarsa a nCiir m'.m of your piklng n fMW words Jtrjuiw you do. your You ne'ehbur? It is KittK wo www vjtArjs to our hondit con'vlcttans. can't aftord to do tot. You don't a' aim to. You know tthnit If your go- Otitis mo 3 our faults and tttrdko ing to your .local would cauj tfiJs tihu weak plao b, eo kit's make tha iuuad-nifairang. O hi ir W ak places ordr to gnaw nmd proTjwr nnid men. call us fooJs and nU W.nd3 our punjiiose, that If your tM.a Wbout of hard names .b.Kausp of our failprtosneo nould bring you would be tiKW uwry Jimo. Yt ure to gracip wrat la oura ariooch yon don't sop and think glvo a Jitti'o that you Wdll Ju-i- t whlclh fits us farmers. It are tho very causa of it n(tit ffaa a liy vast audfonpo H'nong oa It ahould b, eimpty of formers and nwaMnga and not attoiuUrg your tmon in. a groat encouraging others CD !o Klw kuhd and ithva eipsaknir a inlilliioivtfJVs. Thn You members who have roluaad to ciurtiUa aroa? he Rjqpied ifonward ko.p vour dune jaid and forsaken and apoke as follows: Somio-t'm-- .a the ranks on account of film tcnaJ "You wxrli9 amutia mo. you may cauno my follow mlllio amoiroit asked for to pay mxitan.3os I aak you to stop and Oilnik hwv nlrca to bj uneasy, but ypu a)wayB much good the lltt'o nillo has (tone, aimusa two. I kmow you. poifcein-t'al- ly (th'.uk how then much tihu trusts "You ore a groat p:opfcj, groat, but tin blg&cttt P.Jt of havo itnlKin fnum you and your toni-llthink how they imve oxusori fools In tho world. iYou 4uwia tnorvj yur wife to warklflc,r aamto of the power and make lots w3 of It Chan any c'axa on nan (a. You haio one Uhlnk of Mk-mlillonali' wlv-.things wcill and 1 nod. amirs fttut jxu llko to coni!dor Uhium hon" am suro you wJU rnji.-n-t nnd jxfturn the tru'ii oven about ypuTBelvus. you with rnuwid counago twwl maku a "I am a mllUona'no btcauHj bjttor Bu'A'or than ovor- - We will allowtt for I can uso my Wtpi'Jh tight (iliu baV.Io and ,wjn the Miatorj-- . your UmWit, but I am apt to ua-- It To the man ithat has mowr to graJfy mys Jf. We rtoh ikoU iwork would ask the tfcoson why, togefthr whJwr wo like toch oth-t- r but wo know full wkJ1 whim mxj &.-or nat. You folks wonU- - You you tromjbla and tjt unc-aspvhnn lmagln-- j you are HomMV.muj rtihat you think our mate lirmta fajlod. Wo going to , (buit jxu eoontr luaio sera you quake for tfjrjr, more or lai'ur makkj a nuxa t(f i't. Boma than onco. At thoaa (worn ttalos jouaro of your be;t friends have almost jvirsuatfr.d to qn'Mat, but for tlwir lives out trying to gut you to denot. a lli'u!e uoiflih gtvud you IJII and failed- - I BcwM You know ypu would not have UUb stroy any fannx-ms- ' organiizarioni in any tho ooum'iry by iadusitnlou'S M'ark. You mowmenit to fall 'jhrough far thing under r jjt jiou tloa't would not even know 1 ias flightaj.ini to hav-- 3 twrvo and backbono ing you. I would dioojlvdi nan3 of enough to st:ip up and unl!st, to Tour momb-Tand xaj Eomio Cif ,our Clgliit Cho batlo of juaUco. You had leatfors. You ono a good but rather s'aad back and watch others no ibjtiter .than thoso ft oT.hi.r voca-tioa- ?. do the fighting and you nap the financially, but Rri'jituaUy reward "You are not loyal to each cither. paward. There is your wi.uk plooii HnJif of and honorably you gvit no Why don't xu launch out on life's you can bo bnlbud with a tnu3s of (ndXad pottage to dosjrt jtbut billows and hu'.p tlm world pwri caus; if. ei!if alpno71 Would you not T.Vih- - and imagine you are doing a good tT be a e'jrong link In the back bono thins. You are eusplaoua, lit is of the world iastrod of a parasite easy to sqw of dlacord iw to wuakon onto of Abo sitnong lluka? among jdu. That is twhy I am tafv No, It ia Umo .we. as faronura were In my buainors of Bkinmiing-pu- . cs Qjud''-tor,luty; s. s sj-.-d- lunSfj pniTUimonla T.nd heg ihLiwa cho'era, b paroJary twiu 1!-lo- ns which fr.jijiujr.i'Jy pnrjumcni'a w-i- in a cocuWna'.t'on . you iitxn'it stick You cau't agrwj. You can bo gclbhkd by Eolunnoj. You titM pit a to3-Ah.r- eide-braakl- ng 4 House Plants Free We have four beautiful house plants to give away absolutely iree to every farmer's wife in this section. These plants consist of: 1 1 Mrs. Lawson Carnation 1 1 Geranium Flowering Begonia Boston Fern By special arrangement with the Farmer and Stockman of St. Louis, we can offer The Hartford Republican, one year; The Farmer and Stockman one year, both for $1.25, and give these four house plants postage paid absolutely free. The Farmer and Stockman guarantees these plants to be in growing condition when they reach you. They will be mailed direct from the florists' green house to our subscribers, all charges prepaid. We are only allotted a few hundred of these plants. Therefore, we urge you to take advantage of our offer at once if you want this collection. It will doubtless take only a short time for us to give away pur entire allotment. Fill out the coupon now, before it is too late, and mail it or send it to us with $1.25 todaj , and plans won't price your product to tho world and stand firmly by It as others do. Every one doius this eucaa fis." responsible this tor Who is state of a.1fa(x3? Wfho ano jbe laborers and voters of (this coutmunlty Who is in tho majority? You don't r:aUze what jour relative condition jr is, and itihia faite that nwadts ou pnosMiii teniloniali'js Your mind is mot on ypur busin-DSi- . may differ Now, you as to the utility of what 1 have aadd. Some of you iwUl want to mjand your ways and others of you will rhakie ynur us.-?-" heads and say: "What is And thtmo you ore. HDXRY M. PIRTLE. look and diiitrust on all tiha organiiza'ttan. You of your un-d.- bait handjjd you by an ou'sidi.r to Lebanon Jet, Ky. Mrs. Minnie Lamb, of this place, saye, "I believe I would have been dead before now, had it not been for Oardu!. I haven't had one of those bad epelte since I commenced to use your medicine." Car-dis a specific medicine for the Carouiis ilia that women suffer. made from harmless vegetable It 1b a safe, reliable medicine, successfully used by suffering women for more han fifty years. y Try It tor sale at all druggists. A2 ; ul to-da- Saved Her Own Life. Ind'cVdvtj'of hog cdnlictu A ddff.jnsJjitail dijagnotr'a of Um u (jWokHi-ca- s a in tiwlno is no' alwy i.Cb' b ifoio ljai,h, und a post man'nn l fhwcwliy JiTOissary. It is truy that In hog cohoVm pniiwnom'a oficn exte's, but always as ttaoon-JoThijwiovor, ipneumori'a may occur olo.no as a primary infuttlon. In pneumonia coniSJod aras are found in the lungs, Bomo'Cimes of a bright n.d tJnge but tfOen of a dark grayish icd- - In toinw casws they aro b.aok with pockes Df pus (Gangron-us- ). Thi's tatttr tcBril'Moni ip found In s oondiry jinaumonla, cpniHequosii upon chd'ruia, ob well as in princary pneumonia. Where cholera lexfets the lung himou-jhag- p erie pn.nil nJao in the form of small pin point lnincir- rhagei, Aleo in tIMs cnb thb pholora losions are promlnynUy dcvjcipiedi in tfluo alkni.'m iary tract. Thhks noln'ts swrvo to (lisUnguifh the tiwo condil- tlcns, wlKiihor 'cxistilng alonio or nhnul taaeous'y. When the Un exltfc togvaai or the jimenunoma is sjoondary and conlnact-.- d nf.'itT 'Jio chefcra hhis low- cavd ithe vitplity. rneumonia in swino p,assjs uhrciugh the same stages as in abhor domi.Btlc animals nmd in man, nceorrtpaniod by symptoms tractfcaiily ,thu Eomu, If corjijotly Mf.hanical tojumonta. is frequent in hogs and is caus.d by direclirri'a''.('onsuDh as med ical liquids in itibo fonm of dnnches which lodgo In tho lung tissue by dust nnd dirt cona'anrJy iruhalod from dusrjy sloeping quarterB; by (jxacnul wounxlB or portions of ftraatonud Kbs penutraMng the lung toisue; from housing in ill v&tf&oiKA cfalMi b ithe constamt lnhofiaftan of foul air .which is inBUfXucienjt in oxygen to nourish ithe body and results in pulmonary Rtagnatfon and congys-tiloThe animal exhibits a chall, oiten unnoilccd, followed by furor, which is indicated by diulmtas and drowfiiinwss; tatoru-.Bbjioaithng and dry cough ,with almost campUnjjo Iosb of apprfiite. The animal Ehoiws pain 'Wihien forced to move, and moving g:mi iraliys'imu.'n'ie'scougt-- i ing and naspirarion. ITIhe coughi ia dry at first, nnd in cases Df rucovery gradually bocoonws aoifitrir and haeitr. In fatal codes deafth is pruow6jd by un.efl6ln.2SB, duUm.-EB- , Joss of bphhIjUj, poreUient fever 104 &og. to 108 ddg,) lncreaa.d pu'sa rate (as high as ISO p r mrinu'e,) and ilnioivia&j respiration. The duration of ithe disease Is vanlable, but genw.raHy laats from 8 to 14 day Theme t& no disease which, it is more Important to pnovecit, as a diagnosis is not nflwayp made in time to avoid or ciijck the disease when once etariied. Miany casis in the iearly fitags can be check ed by the use of epaom salts. 1 oz., and" calomel gr. AaanSlte tine. m and v.tratuim vimtde fluid ext. 0 gr. are good for their ifcuier. ne duciag prop.irty and Cfluedr effeqt upon the vaaoular and should be comblnied with stimulants and tonics, such as whiskey, ginger opicohol and brandy. Laudanum, 1- -4 dr. EhoUld be gleven to keeip aconltio and Viesratum from producing In (he con valeaocmit pnJod ammonium oajibonate. 0 gr., or tiunpenUne are used as exjaatarante. ' The trea'anent for pnvsumcxnm should in ithe tineit plnco ba piwemtfon. by namoviiaig tho caua?,wMch is f nequmMy due to exjKwure and changeable cUoalt lc coneutiloa3. During the oaovy apiung or laite fall when bogs aro topropirly Jnto-pnoted.- ! n. d (itianp-arfuture 2-15 20-315-4- The Kind Ton Hare Always Bought, nnd which has been in use for over SO years, has borne the signature of and has been made under his per- Bona! supervision since its Infancy. CUCA4M, Allow no one to deceive yon in this. are bat All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-gooExperiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. &, d" What Is CASTOR I A Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Fare-gorl- c, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. ir GENUINE CASTORIA Bean the Signature of ALWAYS The Kind Ton TMI CKMTAUH Z&?m&t Han In Use For Over COBNUT, TT MUKIUT Always Bought ..' tmRi 30 Years. CITY. HCWVOMI OUR CLUBBING RATES. The Republican and Louisville Herald fl.35 1.50 The Republicak and Courier-Journ1.75 The Reptblican and St. Louis 1.25 The Republican and Home and Farm 1.75 The Republican and 3.25 The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald 3.25 The jxepublican and Uauy uwenBooro inquirer k O'boro Messenger 1.75 The Republican and 1.75 The Republican and Kentucky Farmer The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. 1.30, The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer. .. . 1:50 The Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer f 1.25 al Globe-Democr- at I! Twice-a-Wee- V Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN. Hill Cemetery,, thane to cumalit tSio the land of bis bintjh. Ills deliKtfui lieotunciB on Dickens and Staakespaano rasfiwreotfon morn. Oal!ho&a. have bcKD poipular literary fea&urtes Mr. HlckB iwaa .barn and of tlbis season; and one ot blB fefeet McLean county, Ky., In 1S39, was married to Miss Maiftha Brown, acts was the ppepaxai:don of on LdfppkiQOltt'a article for of Ohio county, Ky.., Dec. 18C0. flttUs and happy union was otasaed. wiith Voree MAgaine on "Charts Dickane' dutiful, dtfvicfiad chsKman Mrs. Flora Woman," which will bo pbUetol In Bind. February (when the Dickons oeBAanary, Hocfcer. of MadlsoEwllie, Ky., xtlua innn an A Tantll H1ikR who is due. umo;asSiiis in tteir oMbrts: bav to lighten Jihe labors of a dtvcitod. in rOR FLETCHER'S notwlth'g'jaina'Jis valid- fa'toor. And brl-jt- . Flora hds total UlneEfl was reaohied h'x ,bds!d3 in lUmo to Join molhCT andetiti:rsinftoeiadyBti hope ful Good-bjiMr. Hdohs' arly life was aponit up on ibba farm. THno last uigWieni jmusj of 'his lite .was dwoted .to dibe e, dut&s of druggist ait wJnane t had a nost of llfo Ha .Drofaseed raWeion in arty and united at, onoo wJitn thy Mettol- The same relief w ready for you. Ist Eipdscopal Churoh of iwbJch lie until Are you sure you do not need it? oonulEtomi innitr a deatn. If Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy halfWr- Dear Eorjowlng friomls: Cbarlet Holme, why won't it kelp Drcp the ,wairm tear or Jasus Wnpt; vvi'w "vysM vou? Vv s '? Sorrow hall find rteitof in rjears, iiMr "I wutroabUd with heart diM, , But Jet no eeccxt rir.if le kept mwA lmm mbiIU. Kfl TW 'till' iet To iQJ3'jo ti.o soul t&roush naimi:iki6 Heart Remedy, I got a 'yOHle. Be yeara. fore I got the HMrtRSWly I had to it up most 4 Ik sight, aad felt They rest in hope; thir haUawd dutU very bad t wf MMMMh. Whatever Id wotchud, and fjiumitho gnaw fcihall Iwould cat Met sm feel woftcaad rlso, y heart UatvUut. Bntthaaks N Earih shall ncstoro lu:ir, racned. txusi to Dr. Mife.' Net Riatdr, I an Mad ail immortal for the eluU. all tight 'Br,' I eat good, ilecp good, iad feel like sew nan, al n-:- bn Ctilicirn cry - housodi and aooWered fit. ta not mon for loom to die from tihtia ibrou-bl- a. it is S3metims contaaat) d when they aire aiJowed to Ito around peioome where they pile up, hoateid and tbt'.tn nme HovervJy. chiillod, uncombay-stacks CASTORIA eu or when ithicy a cold, dlzzltng are allawod to bi out in naJn. Irk-aoa- no' in in the wimi'ior than the summer; uniiur sudilien vamlnitilons of tompora'ure, epecfatCy if is damp. It is eonie&m8 th3 tlosult uf caitarrh brought on by eight cxpcviuilo to cold. it cccmia morn Lilv.cir-mor- "I am all right now, thanks to Dr. Mile' Heart Remedy." USE THIS COUPON. Date HARTFORD REPUBLICAN, Hartford, Ky., Gentlemen: Attached is $1.25 for which send me The Hartford Republican one year; the Farmer and Stockman one year; and your four house plants. My Name is My Address is -- ROBERT GRAHAM, D. V. M. Dlivifdon Anfraail Husbandpy, Kenii-uckExrLTtrrkint Station . Terrible Ficture of Suffering. Clinton, Ky. Mrs. M. C. McElroy, a letter from Clinton, writes: "For six years, I was a sufferer from f ornate troubles. I could not eat, and could not stand on my foot, without FOR FLETCHER'S suffering great pain. I had lost hope. After using Cardul a week, I began to improve. Now I feel better than in six years." Fjfty years of sucAgricultural Ezteasion. cess In actual practice, is posltlvo PNEUMONIA IN SWINE. proof, furnished by those who have Just at this stiuott of tlw jxtuvKen-ituck- y tried Cardul can always be it, is I'hilcUy eca.tttfi.-- vii'U n fa- relied on that relieving female weakfor hogi. This d!aufk in tal dls.i-In Try Cardul, a majority of cases i hog oliaViirajbut ness and disease. A-- 4 many ujlciai'iicinBi for nowl itilwitt turn been upon amtdnhog chol.ira wnmi uhorv, Gone Home. lute'Acm, wo Law fcjusod it &a not S. After a brM IIUkcb, Mr. O. Pneuhog cholera but pmoumoniia. Hick), of Liwirmono, Ky., dqoarbed monia in swine Is a viry common funwna.1 and during (ho wJnft.tr moju'.hs ttu lifw Doc 6, 1911. Tba (Ana (orduo'cd by eepwcJally 4a vary prvafcrit, and una cttrisaouV stole to d'i'scuiLua botw?on Riov. 0, M. ShuVa afsVd by ebb Rev. should be (fe prtowy aflartloa ia ia--) W:p, E. H. Waddox, jut do ckx3 U iwbioa Oak bis Twnatas wtciro lafxmA at In : CHilolrn Cry i CASTORI A 3 Parson's Poem a Gem. Rv. . From Ia in Pills, H. StubunvoJL AMffison, pnalBa of Dr. Klmg'a Nhsw Ltfo New or Old Subscriber? rtacusaijty, l In ovrry honw thoao pill3 eJiould bo. "Thy'ro fuoh a hflilh If oTJMt though I aa almott 68 years old. I have bees a aoldler la the late war ol the rebellion, and was badly wounded." CHARLES HOLMES, Private Co. B, 54th N. Y. Infantry Volunteers, Walton, Delaware Co, . "I. '.?!( n kinds rtiriioxl &ix wain, Bit N.Y. to-da- y Adrress all Orders to And druggists. (By USB DR. KINO'S bo well again." On-t-y 25c ' all 0 Dr. MiW Hart Rwadjr k kept ia thousand of homm m a. friend always to kc relied, upon ia time of need. 'fete byaMDniMtata HtHf)te,' -toltfs telle telwislK, yew Menay ' Is returnee. Aek WtiUrte'ta'' ' MiLBt MBSIOAb THE Hffl "Charles DIckeis aid Womb. the lato Hiry Suowdin. Wand.) Now Tha ivc.wt iddfli teafh dn Ward, York of Mr. Hemry Snowdpn the tho dltinguiahied Soerutary & DUkfcns FtJJowLStip ia Ecstend, ia. as uinoiJvJy depjored, to Asa&is m la REPUBLIGAM di!a-as- e, HARTFORD, KY. U.l n'l H' .irtiii in .iff r M U - ."iJji I.! jvft .V" .i!R .1 t,"j Liies1"1 iHli VjeiiH h Hartford Republican. atMcd according; to law at the I'oitoffloe Xsrtford, Ky., ai mall matter of the eeeuml C. M. BARNETT, J. NEY FOSTER EDITORS cd Tuesday from a visit to roVmlwu at Llvemvore. M!3 Aljmtia Lamhntwho hna lwn bdicHlmis In our mldsit, muiraud to her honva at Fnlcda'and ithla Bnumilns. M'is a iLara KimWey, Itosn Dullockl and Mr. Odus Bullock spent. Chnlsl'jmaa wo k wi h Mr. Alva CnKoway at CXi- n- RELATIONS ARE SEVERED Between RAMEY E. DUKE, J. NEY FOSTER AND PROPRIETORS. PUBLISHERS terown. Mi!kj Clnra and Lilita Brow.n wore a gr. ji'8 cf Iir. Jennie Boll Bit Oettjiar-to,w- President Taft and Roosevelt. Ik iff H oommuBicaUooti to lacit weick. Hartford Republican. jto-aar- Hwnili.ilam fl omiv..... satZiacFXCoxTxai. ..- 5. ...aa. '" at hw home nior Dt'dalisB They are Traveling: Different Campbvil and Rosco Birtlock Xeiffla Political Roads at Present AccoTOpani!k.d tMr ito her home. HcHduis Mrs. iMiiiss Ocim, Thomnsson Kpcnfc the from FRIDAY, JANUARY "We a na'.wnnd Chie3T Ross has Ella via'4 ito ulw aunt, Mra Time. There Is a J r : 1 'N gwls Pv:ide:it are approaching iKPfie on qairth at Devlar. Taft and formjr President Roo&jvlit world. even in the baseball Mrs. Bya Roas has nvturnijd from a Not only their political relarJojiB d As an aTbarnatio Champ Clark might visit to hier panrf.s, Mx. and Mrs. but personal conrefipondeincu EasAt;rday nttix HvtfUn. ithkjm has o psed. Thcia-annex Russia, instead of Canada. di iwihlclh are bigdily iniirislting which the 191l'saw. Jail is itihe only place In What In their hjaring on the presid.ni liJ alimony club can oeiidbrate with safeThe coronation. . siituatlon, became positively known toty. day. The yearly baby in Spain. The Maine ef.i?fltion. China Is in a be&tir position to The estrangement has no strings tiled Carnegie's itjwcmity b:f it mem. Uatwn to Une advice of the powers to it. The prosid.mt nmd the former BaUlnger's fanersroll. Pnesi'd mts are no longer political than it lis to talk back. M,w No white man's hope. and personally they tw--i reached tiha tipeaks of the DemocratNew York panMnig of the ways. hike. Taft's ic National Convention as if it were Doc Cook's third indication, With friendly InXjrcousnehotel dish. beitween same kind of a Dos Wiley's Ibser ipuzzle. these two leading mecn in the public eye compltfioly cut offthe suppontera Somehow, Trie novur hoar tf a (gold ltiocixasd tax on whisky. Jtumpus in iChina. discovery In Alaska, until its too of Col. Roosevelt ore prtipniring to Mona Lisa's vacation. blamed cold to make the trip, spring a Roosevelt boom Turmoil in Tjilpoli. that will be oni3 of the biggktet things Tihene may he many occasions in tihe Some books about Bernard Shaw. on tihe poiJifcal haiizon for ecvoral power Senate when tie balance of Some books not about Bernard Shtw months to coma .bo held by the Smiths. It now will A muw Chauncy OioXt song. In putting fbis bias fire. Persuan pugnacity. under iwaj-- his frauds are net umtig A spanking for the German Crown hirawiheJicr or not they can Mr. Taft may oon.30.le humeelf with takeohe indUatdvc They are giving Lim tins thought (that 4t Is a prety poor Prince. to unup some e Alexander's Band. president wiho cannot sjlr derstand that it Us a matter o,vtT mihic Gaby Daslys. he has no conrol. Mix-u- p in Mexico. operRocjnit'y a Un'Ard S'ates Senator, a lllhe 6urgwn7who ard.ifcd his The discomfiture of iMuggsy MoGrn t man ot influence and tor appendicitis had nEidw Invmiinenoa in his ation Se'eral banquets for the tariff praiy, met Col. Roosevelt in Niw formation as to what ralas the miatitfcir board. York. The Colonel asted him not to with him. The death of Justice Harlan. got acV.ve in the Roo:mm It movunOT't Wiopdrow Wilson has "faith In the PMlKips. l The centenary of The friendahlp b.'twen ith.im is jpaclftirs oomimon. paoplie," but a Carnegie P The trial of irhe such ithat the Coloa-.- l kn.w if this for teachers looks mighty good Senator gets busy itihe ccounitiry will bo to Woody. Tha rustling of RockDfr.illcir's halo. llew that he is conniving at the nomiA monunwat far Robert G. tagersol hunfjtre Bemhaps if those dVeir nation. . , The McXamaTa would disguise themselves ns deer they "I .have always had great rvigpodt fo One hundred and fifty girls burnizd or would g.it shot loss frequency, Colon.-!,your wlsh-.istuid the SenaBhintjTMaisit to d:ath in Xew York t least half ehot tor, "but there is on thing ypudas'e fire. noit do. You cannot toll me wham I What wciuld the Dutnocraits do for Narrow cscapr? from war between shall eupcait for President. Thai: is if President Taft France, Germany and England. campaign thunder none of your buslnu:s. 1 aim not for were to meit thorn more tihon half House of Lords gets a kick in the you and for the ooun'ry is for you ques'on? way on the tariff panes. and you are going co be nomlnatal" Proved that (jhe Maine was blown Kansas, "with thj "iarg.sit per capThis conversation rewa's the one up from the ou'eldj. upon ihlah R0031 ni..'s fr:cnis ace ita of wealth," connct have bam very heaUly in ibi wildcat acting in launching the Rooswelt Wanted. boom on a large scale. They ore pro- stock echnies of Qth.'r scab s. A person with Eome mnoey to join c.eiinig on the th ory abac "it 3 acn A Kansas City Man nutifies the in an extremely profitable business of Roosevelt's buaintts" whom they g Gas Company rjhat hCs meter was in mhich large profits can be made supportnd they are for him, whuther 6low. Should lie not have a Inwithout risk. Reference given. he lik).s it or not. Carnegie foi.To medal for such, honesty. vestigate. Address Box XYZ in The Colonel will rtake .the nomination1 twenty care Hartford Republican. 23tX Thus far the list of the If It comes to him, but he will not comprise fjneaitiCBt men and women, meet it half wway. Nor will hj nuet huLet us Resolve. afcoat 20,000 individuals. The it a single etap of the way. It must man race must tbink It has a good To stick for tlhe ibig how come and with uprising unani KQjeait ithe baby's sayings. deal to boast of. Not mity. people's To confine our gossip to The same Senator, wien ho hoard An Illinois man wante a divorce good points. that Oxford Pmnchat was about no gdvw his wife kewps because To keep our vintiues off tb band out a BtaiX'm'.oit Roosevolt doga and cats about Che house-- In would not take tha nomiEoition if It be wagon. uch a homo a husband would To rsst ibwiwcwn drinks. comes to him, called up ithle Colonel quite superfluous. In fact he might To tell th'S tTutih only when it is over the long distance tid'jephioniA ahis be in the way. helpful. Senator is now prepared U copper Recent deavlopment to National poTo kick no dog. Pinchot's statement, if hie glMeis it out litics indicate thax a E'wong ttffwit is .To hunt no child' with ancher in whdoh Senato ba made to nominate RosfenVCti for To snitiir at no man. tor) df.idaiid that Plnphot wias not To TOvernce all fwomen. the preaidenoy at the Republican authoxled to irsue such a statjnv.-jiit- . in Chicago. It looks like-- a To .tickle all vanitilcs 'but our own. The invasion ot tlhe "solid South" is the wihene-ehand tflgtot between Taft nmd ftlhierie Is a to begin at once In the quiat To laugh for tormar President. chance. Roosevelt delegates. The Soutih has To share all our joys, bJrn regar,ded as tihe strbnglhold alTSkto is not the iieast dangler of To keep our sorrows to oureelf. ways of the adonumiistiuuion in power. county uniit bill the passage of a To carry no chips on our ishouhlurs. How to rush the outpoa'a and break through the presint 'Kentucky Senate-ThTo love our neighbors and atdll leave1 in on that fitronshold is now bjlng. Hous will no daub, as cmganlz-j- d them alone. conalckffed, Ceoil liyon, (Republican put one aomas, tbut dt iwdU tie To divide our pumpkilm ipiMS. National Committeeman from Texas, in the upper ibramdh, dq a hag To gl-- no neckties for. Ohrlstmas. charge of thct ejija square vato ' At luast this ie our Vo work as hard as we rest. Roos.velt iinaalon lm (he 6o.ur.ih. He prediotloa. To rtirt as hard as we work. declares ithUe lis no doubt that the Ctov. Mcdvairy evnt enw of lih.3 longTo dekigates fimm Twrna the honey, not Who thlity-isiiu est nusag-.s- ' to the legislature this sting. thj national couvenrjlon will be for week on record. It coniiatawl, many To s?e the raiiniboiw, not tjh!e Storm. Roosevelt. good naoorom 'jndatlons. A To keep the roee not the (thorn. An interesting phase of Chia Roose-aan 'board for the conitrol of the fen iTo worship as win work. Veilt movenv.init is thaJt a naunihk'x of itanitiark-- is asked among other things To dneam while we dig. reac'lomary Senators who do not Idku To live in 'the sunshine. but dt "Willi take a hard fight to bring a hair of Roosevelt's head ore tooiv' it about. A r.odistrloting of thy 6ta.u To fill ithe soul as well as tire ly joining the mowimeut. is asked, b'rt the Gowirnor nWrily pocket. d The terms of of the Sen-quotes tihe baUtutilon wltihout To keep an open twant for aU wan- - tors are about to expirne imd a num the imiontanoe of a fair dwreirs ber are ab.titicg the Itooo.tu.-.'i- t boom, appontiioniment We tury dlmppointtd To cling ito eternal things. bxauso they believe Itoosevult can. a that the Governor fa'Js to urge To love man and trust God. pull them through flepal of the odious rysiatrarfon It has iba.m jwe.-k- tiimoe amy Ufttfa provision which has blit-- iln; DIDN'T CARE TO BE DONE jxa.ssed bd'ileun Tofit and RouUdVulU t means of eo muuh hribeiy in (Ihe Si.VJl Tlhe bill of oainp'iaiimt in eleotdons, bcith tilty and State. Trust disBolutioa euit, which allcd than Itoss.ixlt was bumiotd by Neiw SMALLHOUS York flnunak.ro, Is 0110 of the tilings Jan. 1. Jlru. Jaania ilalkls and that got on. tilu Colonel's ntjiw.u. childrt ji, Saonuol Kinvb'oy and James The admlnliitra ion leadigrs admit tw-inej 's, long-diatan- oJ prus-Idemttal Rag-itim- I Klinibisor, ft'. BaMltr. Misats Jancy Addlr.Btan amd Flora Wiai:Mngton,, January- - 1. of Mirs. Ella Kim-ble- y compUto brittk between BuskiH are A- all of our customers, and all the other good people whom we wish were our customers, this is a New Year's Greeting. We hope everybody who has done business with us during 1911 has found it profitable; the goods satisfactory, our service agreeable. We shall try to serve you better in 1912 than in 1911; we shall try to have better merchandise than ever before, and sell it to better advantage of our customers than ever before. TO WVaid-.-lf i : HART, SCHAFFNER & MARX clothes will be our chief line; the best possible reason why you should buy clothes here. We want you to feel that if any dealings with us in the past have not been wholly as you expected and as you wanted, or in any way not satisfactory, we should be glad to know about it, and do what we can to make it right. H x be-.-- l.) ca-e- ,, " i E. P. BARNES & BROS., Beaver Dam. - run-ain- fro-jl- tMnty-wve- n, 1 Ea-to- ; . Yellow Jacket Stingers, j I he-(th- u Con-venti- r e i ba x bloodhound will follow a penson. Ends Winters Troublas. Take for instance limit it may !be true that Democrats don't To many, winter is a season whom Beajbtfe eald ihot his o care for office, but it ihoats Haven dev wifeu The hounds .mwver BOt on the I trouble. The frost-bitte- n tot ai ils how th:-- low tihe salaries. highrwayznan's trail but the human fingers .chapped hands and Upa, Ball. nod and rough atelnH After the passing of the Woman blood hounds quickly got onto Beat'le's blains, prcn-this. But such troubles. Oy beexp:ct trail. Suffrage Pnooesision. we may fore Bucklen's Arnica Salve. A MaJ ft the "Passing of (the Cradle" at any Did you wier ncttlce that thfcrd are convinces. Greatest Uwoler of Bums, moment. A people In this old world who undertaken Hoils, Piles, Cuts, Sosrt. Druiea. Ec Sara Bornhairdt the divine actress to Justify every wild ibrkt&k etvlr made zema and Sprains. Only 25c oft all years old and Is go-- by mon, by raying cb:y bollcn-M- thty druggists. Is only elxty-si- x Ing to marry a Flemish actor who Is but twenty-eix- . in this happy unSEMI-ANNUAL ion the young man mill hajv a wife STATEMENT and a grandmother ajl in oni and OF THE CONDITION OP THE that ehou'd be iKTftvat'Iy dellghl iful. Hilgh-wajtncold-fiore- s, e a crat who got bis pie. If you uvir wore right. Now if wtrong irals ore to gvt a chance to toko tho two tfuwa be cxcutKjd on itlw grounds that tho do so. It is worth phUu. i offender thought he iwaa sight, then; It mxm'r take long to ut Bhe itwual Why is it tiia bloodhounds put on fixings on hlngs of tl!a ouitih. trails of criminals aiwn'jB njfuaj to Prom the Yellow Jacket, .McraT work and why do lna!at that Falls, N. C. 'v KY. 30, 1911. " ivnFycDjm iir' fLTi. fj i 4 .m LVSaJr 'I I non-part- i- s one-thir- to Nebraska has promAsed iiteCf Hannon; to LaFollicitte; to Toft and possibly to Bryan. There Is nothing At the Close of Business Dec. like liboralii'iyibut how, In the blue going to go Klld blazes one State is RESOURCES for Ithrea or four men mt orj limn we B ills Discounted' cannot imagine. Cash on hand and in other banks The hook worm is still being Stocks and 'Bonds at the raito of nlbouit Dlx box Checks for Remittance oars full a day, and Itihe peWnsra Is Banking House and Lot b.ilng kooolo.d higher than Gllderoy's Furniture and Fixtures extl.c-mlnoib- ed Bank of Hartford '.."!! $181,409.72 49.253.t7 H.447.60 2,627140 s kite but the amiiwnit geaitilicinjn who 3,000.00 1,000.00 $248,633.39 n iiwx-n- tlhlnk control itha RocketoUi'r fund Total there will be enough hooking wormu to kkKtp them busy as long as thj fund lasts. Capital Stock LIABILITIES. $ 40,000.00 Mungen, Lout&viUe, lv' Mr. and iMrs. T. R. llarnofld and daughfKins, Mary and Bthel, Hartford, Ky.; weregucstu of Mr. and ilirs. 0;u!e Kltedngr Josti Tuesday might. Mr. and Mns. Tom Martin, IJouls-rlll- e, Ky., have ruturned honio Jrom a vittit to tiheiir panunita Mr. and 3im Bullock. and Mrs. Arvllle Ball and Uttle U. lr. wttfe Mr. Mad Mns. Htrtnan. Ad- MNd niter iWUtfvea nuariwnu t$Mdif Jura- Mr, RhIm Browa , Howell H powerr- - does eTcrythlsg In bis v Surplus 20,000.00 Funds for Taxes and Interest 1,007.83 Due Banks 1,957.02 privai'ialy ohcjt tihe bivalt. Deposits 184,073.54 ns how he is maklfadpr of Dividend No. 49 but expivs a b.'ll.f th.at Rooijv.lt cannot b3 nominatrd unless he gats gncait iwi fll'ili It Jookfcj liikki he tmsJifc to ini'o the game and forms do iiniio a flew years not b.uiBtjho Total $248,638. an orguuiizaitiicin, Tbii3Cihiydo not be.' deserves it, but to b:aoh fchii Ii:er Established in 1882. lighits a lesson cm how not to take lirjve lie will do Designated United StaUs Depository for Postal Savings Bank Roasmty's friends asKirt Lhey we all rtMt is iu Tahiti at Hai going to aund to that pailt ofl for ai'Hgaltor squaro Didyouewo- look an the Colonel ww, v. tnunAS, , lit tflw Eaoo nbinili'xg EttiraWhlt In Iront R.E.LEESIMMERMAN, tfdkj glaaco? of him and tfaca te.lt a ROWAN H0LBR.00K. The straight yiw rtmw you a Old John RocJteftsHi.r ekVeI nlbcut his three yKors cf this namth wWh frswdowi tho truiat buLitiors aru gcdng lias coone, to fall to put h'.in in Jatl. B lirg If m mT r i . - mi Powall Tksa I'a I4 ttet I'b not CA3TORIA CHIirn ory FLITCHE'$ FOR pic-tu- na of a Democrat la ctHtia and Hm aid vtew mi ypu Ik Di.o- - &iikr .... , -- JNO.T. MQORE. ! DbwtotiO ' 1 !R W Wl " l1' Bt&Hl'WW'-'ffyVf "T TW iJijiWWWBCWW , ""Tj JPP1'KV' for li f on iBiiWWf-fItV,fT- rr r vwrr'rv"jr H1JU JH" iw p ' i4 o jIBr n a miJI d CMl. Tho building Ib lying thoreughly Jed ind pruumts a Una Bucmydak, M!3 Attha DafLrcnv of was In Dund--i kwit Sa urday. Riv. E. C. S evenrf, an old Hniltford atcs. J. F. VIchora, of Ow nabaro. Is boy but now a student In the Smih-or- n visiting fr.Vmd fern oMs wfck. Capileit Tluologlcal EuTnilntiTy, Mi'sj Abry Marks, of McMi.nrypcnib an fjocdnt b rx the tiho hsi.'dJftis hcrw wlh frjr paiv.TCa. BJjx'jlsit church hesro Sunday morning, of Ftomo" Is noiw ran-n'n- g also "The Poal ihait wonlntg. Hla mcratag Bjr-mRJivulbll- dn a Cal form In Th hfghly compltmvr.i'wd, Duy of jriur hcimo mvrchanfs. QVQGHS&SyiGGSSQQQQ&Sqi'SQQGi Hartford 18cS 8TH. "u- -i OFFERS EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITIES TO THE YOUNG MAN OR WOMAN WISHING TO ATTEND SCHOOL. v wdb Sfc and Stont oan. w Yitcr r'ght by nay-In- s of bl3 fcubj J'iJW Bubtcrlpi'Joni to Thu R"iubH- Glw Ni Rev. vkw had a ct- - CIjuj cone option WINTER TERM BEGINS JAN. Ira. A. I. Nail from arow, this a visit with relatives at Smith's Ky Ro-filn- nurnnd th'a week GIRLS COMPLAIN OF KENTUCKY MIDSIPMAN c, Deputy Sheriff W. C. Earp, ot has boen in town on business wieuk. i Mrs, Mi'mrGe Fi'hr, of Cannnlton, Ind Is h. jvj vliljttog her daughter, MrB. W. C. Sohkoiuncr. i Mr. anil Mrs. of njnir lwne last First Fight with big Brother lows Court Releases Middies. Annapolds, wcTh Fol- New classes will be organized in the High School Department and, at the same time, the regular Normal work begins. Every common school graduate in the county is entitled to the High School work and should avail himself of this opportunity. The Normal course offers snecinl nrtvAnfno-e- tn thmu do. iring to prepare for the county examinations. Enter at the eginning ot tne term if possible. s Goorl wis anil baby i&'ted ivloflves EdhCDl For further information address ' H. E. BROWN, Pres., or A. E. ELLIS, V. Pres. who Md., Jam. 1 Affnf a fist the bro,'h r of the girl said sbe had bo.n insuioied anl wxk. for Hantford CcJksge bigan M Monday ati-- r a iwiaoks vacaltlon th--j Ohrlsiaiiais hoUdajs. work f'gbt tr. C. R. Uie, of Roohgjr bad an arne.it s tP WE have McCatl Pattern No. 4421 Met, I 15 cutb UDIES' COAT lr selec-tionfofiLad- ies' Dr. J. A. Duff, of Diund., w) m pTjjas-a- nt callers ait tin's of Hob, LMoaiday. is Dr. Horace Eoll, of Ltoultsroillo, vl&lUng Ws nwair Eiutcrd this fiion-ddn 'Hoirtifond. wu"k, and still on hand a pretty fair 4k and Misses's Cloaks and Coat uitslwhich?we have placed on sale at regular prices. If interested call at once. Also our complete lino of Winter Mioff price. Avail yourllinery at the self now of this opportunity of securing these big bargains at the reduction price, and remember it PAYS TO TRADE WITH A HOUSE oe-thirdf- off Thmee gMs, Annie Hol'and, Caeis'e have Tucker and Ruby C. Randallwiorie tho Mr. and Mns. RjJij1 Duko on accusers. Ait the trial's ocaijlusCon' movd into Iho Kltaln pror-.ar.Dtpot etreat, near Che UaptSsIt church. the mlddfes were acqultited, bjcaus R&r. Cc'l Stevens nturncd o Liouir then) was some quesJon as to their and villo Momday a,lv eptendtag a fi.v having insulted the young lad days hfJ3 wli h his motihiar, Mrs. Laura the idantlf loai'ion was rwt pogirdv? y s do parts by thta city poll 09 force, MddEihilpman AJtea W. Ashbmook, of Lexington, Ky., and another mddphlp- man th's momilng w.rw giivicin a blaring baTona Pilce Jus fee John, U. WUs. , Pianos Direct from the Factory A U s AND NO MIDDLEMAN'S PROFITS. Fine Piano $150.00, cash. $175.00 on Used Pianos from $35-00 , ; time We are Factory Representatives And we get the Business. Write us for Catalogues. up. Organs from $15.00 up. Stevens. Mr. Kara'd y, Holbnook lutt Cihls woolt one-thi- rd THAT SAVES YOU MONEY. Florida, whttrj ha "will for Jankscni-Mspend the winter for the b.irfitt of his health. . One of Abe btst prcdiio'fCTis from the pn of Louis Jounp-h- Vanicy, "Tho Pool df FJoane," is now. nuncllng in The R?publlcan. Mrs, Z. W'aina (irittin and child af- ren arrived homo la?t Saturday t irnoon,, a5ar Fpcnding wm kU wyieks in Loui&lllo wiiih Mr. 'Grdffta who . is a travding )airman. Dr. R. L. Fogr.tjr, of OkJahamaCIty, Dana Woodward,, of Ewa-vDam, and Mrs. Alyx Foster, of Owen-hcTO- , rsero brru last waek, the gU"ats of Mrs. Uaac FoaVr. Mr. and Mrs. D. P. B an and IltoVj Oktaihoanaxind dausihti r, Ruby, of Mr. Jcce'je Hurt, of Hanrlfihurg, III., visited friends and rM!a)'dTes at Sulphur Springs, Sunnydala agd Fords-vll- li dor'ng.iUie Jast jwhlk. j S. P. AtcKmnitty cttia d a eohool at Storvvo taut wiik. bds In a fqw dnjs he will resume work as traviiiing eatasman. for the Ok la., Miss er Pfi-on::-oorslF-tx-, 2kGot To The - Afner being fallowed through the owro doonay by two midshipmen, who dnslsted on Biagdng "Oh You Beautiful Doll" to ttam, the young women coroplalni d to Char 1"S Tiuckca-- , a brotheff of on of themi. Tuckor acooatied Aejhihrook and his companion, and hat wards led to a fift fight "'hat iwias broken up by the police who took (She mi,'dshipnKin teto custody. Bath were on OQlla,tera for 'the heardng this omlng. Al'jhouglh acquttried by the police Jus) ice, ilit fs taot unllkily that both young m'djiihJpimeai will be pun If Sued by thB academy aiuthoritiieB When Ihey appaain.d for tibelr bearding this marnin. thiay .wre undtr tin chargv id Lieut. G. W. S. Caat'e, of the DHparantsnit of DisoipUnie ejt the academy. Ashbncok ia (hi son of Mrs. T. Eanle Aahbribok, of 312 V.ms.rjav.n sfiro it, LexJEpi'tm, end will gradj.a)te at tio Naval Accadi my In 1913. Htf was ojpposniii-t- l to the acadymy by Congrasaman H. P. Klm- - THE DANIEL SAMUELS a'reas to their MUSIC CO. 107 W. Third St., OWENSBORO, KY. Q9Q9Q9&SQ9999Q99Q999 On January 1st we will offer to ouivmany customers and friends our White-Lyo- n Special Blend Coffee. This is a most excellent coffee put up by us under our own brand and every package is fully guaranteed by us. We will pay in actual cash 35c for the Lion Head cut from every package of this coffee that fails to give perfect satisfaction. NOTICE! HARTFORD GROCERY CO. Hartford Republican. .FRIDAY, JANUARY 5. v FARMERS! .1 fry F ? MP HH0 .i sjiending this ChuJs'.mas hoiWays in Hanaford with their paivnita "Good Hoiujekt-ierins- " is one of the Within the Next . today. most 'popu'ar magazfims pf Saalh Jlarli BoMMrt. No. m du.ll.JS a. tfo.lSZdu .05 am. Tho pnloa for on 3 jcair ia $1.50. Sand No. 101 da 2 48 p. So.ltMu.U 58p.m. jour order to J. N.y Fodter Maga 15 p. No. HI do o.lOldaaS.U p.m.. sine Agancy, Harrfcmd, Ky. tf We must close out our imMr. Will Sproule, manager of the mense stock of Hardware M. H. E. Railroad Time Table Dundao Alencactile Co., Dundi e, Ky., and Implements, or anyMonday. transacted business hre at Hartford, Ky. thing we have in our stock On nno'ihxtr page you wiil find a L. &.& N. Unheard effective Monday we will lairge advtis tmenl of hla tifm. Aug. 216C Mr. Ldvi O. Colmtnam, who Is a'ltond-in- g No. 112 North Bound duo 7:10 a. m. Kentucky State University at daily except Sunday. HartNo. 114 North Bound due 3:40 p. m. Lexington tvlslted frieuda to ford this w&, and pafd Tito daily except Sunday. WAGONS, PLOWS, DISC a pVaaanit caU WVflnie'atey. 115 South Bound duo 8M5 a. m. No. HARROWS. ETC. Suvral ihunidnod of 'the Subacniibers dally except Sunday. to The RiipUblican ane owing us for No. US South Bound due 1:46 p subscrlpUons. Pluame nqUoa Uhe label daily except 8uaday. on your ipapar, and oaiU at this ofH. H. MI8CHKB Act. fice, ar. tJccd your reanlitu'au'cid without delay. Men should ehare, at Riley. FOR SALE 1 Ithrus pieco bodxwn lacorporat4 For quality Piuntfng give Tbe Re auK, alx Rocking Chains, Dane single Wardrobe, Coal OH Srove and KHitjch- fcf publican, a call. oa Cahlru-Jt,- , 1 Heater and Dlngrooca Meals at ail hours at City Ruataur- - fumlturvv awii H. N. Tata, proprietor. 23tf. 2543 MRS. R. A. NOFSINQER. RJley'anxaw hanbtT ahOD la Rtv. W. S. Whvwlor, Mi Bare. Ash-foaiodyaagatcouptaoufl tortmtcJt uan9. MlLs and, L. D. Denned, of Route 3, and A. V. Rowan, ot Hflln, I. ft. Atxormey o:tp C. Martin branaaciU) Mason, of FwndavlUe, and MJt Combs, buslnt.s In FomtoviUto,, Monday. of Route 1, www pleasant calkra at RWy'a U you have never afeared at Wi.dnieiatVvy. the RapuolioaTi BaPbor Shop you ahould do bo and proper WANTEDRTiiable, enongMAo man I taavSTwUh Tawa and Farni see how good you &'. to sell Lubricating cMs, gncaoa bad ihe for eato, Improved owl untangrov-'- 1 The Ohio County Supply Co.. have palnAs In Ohi'.o and adjaa.mit oovlnr "WdM tunnteh you with paintiJcutorH moved itiLoir Btorvj into tho Carcon ties. Sa'ary or, Cooianditalon. upoanequeaL It you want, to Dell, building oust door to the Bank of STETISON OIL CO.. buy, lease,mctift or Bjacchange,makis&no HartCond. C'Jkiivtflaiwl, O. your difference .wbxiro Jomtod, list (will! hie W. Marki3, mho is aseei'aK Mr. J. In airother column found proporttes or wants wRhraeajndllwlll enginoer on a now railroad in East- tho &dti"al Cjory, ''The Pool bf Piamti"' by Leu's JoL'ch VaKDo. If pu waifil ern tnoase same altar Oho most approved day KtptAicUy., anUvvd beam 'Xd to n ad a cov..'l cu should to spnd a tow daya and wodern method. I Jveextanalvo. tb'js story. I.t bgan In tih6 Hjpubli-ca- n Wo po'cit wVJi pn'tctj to tth AnnmU representation in mil parts of the Uni 011 D.. 29. places me in position Statiment pf thu tork of Hatifojd ted States which In anofthiur ozlumn will bu found a anci'jhvr coluacin of which aa ura to hoodie the largest as well as the this is&uo. It tboiwft a ntrcmg ccudl-tio- n pplv'nd'd arj.'o!) upon Onsnnlzai'ion duo until No commission, and a steady gixwth, end wiairo by Mr. Ili.mry M. Pln'Ae, Soariliaiy of Imwatvte. glad ww ihaiu nnoh eLiiseg ftoaacial tibo Ohio couni'y A. 8. of E, It ha) many tftxotng pcHnts and diould be m tastdutfora in Han fend. uvry tlH-j-r ot tha call-(- A read by H Mr. h. A. IUdwukaI, of Curalvo, at itAila offloe Ttaesday and reniwed Mr. J. C. Her it amtag hi's vnisory Hw ete boem a flalth-Su- l stona iron face Bvabi prop-jrt-j aJa aubsatptfoB. on subacrit Cor aay ywan, aad Main nr.tt lute tbs buUdlsg wWeh Rial Estate Dealer. ataoa iva was 21 yearn old has auver h mi. rwcwBcty T. H. Bum aUemrd hia wtettrif oa t eat la nMrajiaawd, wid nM.tarowlr oaeu- V4V4 fy b 0M CwMfcty -- iHily C UllnoisCentralRallrdad Tlm Table. At Beaver Dam Ky. Intrrnatloral Harv.sfer Co. ;: THE MAN AROUND TOWN. McHanry Mtsm. Doug.ds Holbrook and R.' W. Tlnsl-left Tuesday to cheiir school wonk, olU.0 y $ : Before 3 O DAYS ell Everyone cbould moke a new reso lution this New YiHar, for UUey are supposed to invak the resolution any way. It is now Marshall Stevens, ter look out hoya. Now te the time ahopjping earJy. Bet- - to do your Easter Subscribing! iU For your periodicals and newspapers, you should see our Catalog, containing a list of of 3000 Magazines and club offers at prices that will astonish you. handsomest andmost complete , magazine guide ever published, filled with all the latest and best club offers at rates lower than you think possible. i.r at Cost OhrJsanas comes but once a year as we undurecand it, but it Eeems to UngHr will h us soma liltto time. nacenitly, women voted In Lou Angeles and they voted AGAlNSrT a too. rigid prohibition, ordinance, Ladle?! LadVs! 85,000 ' 1) in sii Real Hartford. Ky. I Talk about luck when you get wtjd-din- g pnesBivtB we wwre oosr(aj!nly right there last wwk wh'.B. a valued employ te of The RupuWlcon gaou us a 48 pound eack of flour as a prc&nt. tbanluj. Again we of "The 'Fool of Flaw" ie the tMoof a njw aerial story by Louis Jock.ph tihat mas hciguu in th'is paper for last wyjk. Ba cure to sad lit you'll Ilka lit. If you did not g it the opening obapieir come to Kb cftficu and we will giie JT'U the firct copy. Vanij'.u It is the Estate un-tod- rd YOU cannot afford to do without it. In ordering your Magazines, be sure you use a Foster catalog, and accept no substitute.. This catalog for 1912 is FREE for the' asking. It will N For Sale! 1 ij T A Lou1m1113 coi ' Sd rv-a- C. K. Quinn, gOCFORT, ol. ing to admit it Shu like' to pound to her mot lour nod to Ua pra-'segirl finlunde, whfoh is aCu aa it tfhaui'd bv Shii has a uumbMr of ttrlg-ln-al expineftB&oas. Whltu hir hustoawd la good, Ehe caya bu ia a "ChoocCate Wh m hi cake thrice ivjiora di (&. Is vcay good, he bu 'choopllaflj cake tour la) urs do p." and to on. up th: . smI?. Occasionally, howovr, IhiaSS lake a torn. The hrf.&Vs hwrJiir Bircf!i)ea a In Uhe othtr day. nNa hrkla "was tnifiie peevish, but heir mother ipnj'jend ed not to noblce th'A was "And how is Gjwi&j four hi tr diuqutey. "ChecciWw cabe layena d.epT" a km iWliUx hi ir bride ds vciy much in huflbacd and very will- br Save you Money Send us your Name and Address. We do the Rest K M J. NEY FOSTER Magazine Agency, OFFICE IN REPUBLICAN BLDG., ' I' I "t0" "Thaw "No! I" layi rns .diaapT" I - mUl "Two layer Jj3pT" "Not " Thte w4 KY. arra "TfaA.wMAlaltot" ' '0 I Hartford, - Ky i "ADff'lMU' J: m l 1 I Iff Mlt 'IWfJf $ . ,tjX j. -. u . 'itieT T t 'WVW',T''X"piWlBfc'il t ftjgI;fiSR7? i"' $n, vtvf t; 5'r ;Wiv "T,TitfTTwWKr'V''','W'-Tn- '7,""IW' "' "r" rTJl t t - jp T W, HOUSEHOLD HELPS J OBSBRVE My daair TJ1E POSTAGE STAMP. ipotfjago Uy, obsoroe the U9."fulna?B durwida upon Um abUUy to s'Jck to one (iilng until K gals thene. iAtkhk RASPBERRY CREAM. glass pf raspboiiry Jam Boll one-ihawith one pint of waller for a few min-ab'tihun add two tablespoons of Uaa is ago. Boll until thick and sago clear. &ffva "woVib, orconi. ICED COFFEE MILK SHAKE. This la a delightful drink made by jfbaking two ounnas of cof Cos Blrup, on? egg B.nd ifcaroo ounces of civam in a nakieir with Bhavod Ice. TO REMOVE IRON RUST. Lemon juice and salt .mixed igefih,it may be spraad upon the spots and the aatilclo laid in. ,the sum RiTxatthe op erotdon if necessary. Starch may be spread on the article Instead of rait. When, dry wasjh'out In clear (water. SAUTED BREEN TOMATOES. Select smoq'ih tomatoes not qrulte Alices Jualp ripe, wash and cut into About half Inch in thiokness; drain dry nd dust with salt and pepper, egg and crumb the alloes; put tlhreo tableppooBB of oil ox drippings with a bit of butter for flavor In frying pan, turn and brqwm the o'.ihiec sUVj Bemone from pan with cake 'turner to netadn shape, place on heated dish and seirve with HoHaodale sauce. no DRIVE MOSQUITOES AWAY. zing of Kow ithat the nerve-rackin-g the busy .billed mosquito Is b ginning to work overtime, Uncle Sain has hastened to the rescue sdth a onlxture that is claimed will keep Mr. Moeqult at a distance. A pamphlet by Dr. L. O. Howardw has just been issued on swatting the "skeetier." A few drops of the following mixture on n towel hung orer the head of .the ibed is a warming that kecips the little drill-r- s nit a distance nhUe the elj.i:r rests in dreamland: 1 Oil of atrondla SplritB of Camphor 1 2 Oil of Cedar TO KEEP MILK COOL. Thore are countries in whlsh foe is unknown, and yet for ages the people hare understood, in some degree, tie ant of producing for 'wafer and other fluids a temperature lower than that of "tihe surrounding a'r. The principle involvr.d in all such caa& is a lower (temperature produced by the alow evapora'ion of water. The same principle may be invoked by us to day, when our supply of ice has given out, or if for any cause .that most comgxxrfable agent in hot weather is beyond our reach. An exchange has deBorib-cia simple but eWecitUe device Jot cooling any liquid without the aid of ice by invoking this principle of evoporaton. You take a tin cup and out a slot across the bottom with a can openjr or other means. Then take the teg of an old cotton JBtocWmg or the efeuve of a ca&'.-c- tt end of the remnant through the clot in the botom of the cup, eo that the slot is loosely filled and tiu end sticks up im the cup. The large or free end of the remnant EhouM be trimmed so as to hang oloely about tine bottld containing the milk, Rhich bottle should be kepjt Bltiticg, meanwhile, in a plate or dish. The cup set on the botUe is new nllli-jwitlh water and the olaih acts as a wick to conduct the water slowly down over the bottle. Be tune not to have the fabric plug the slot in the bottom of the cup too tlghitly, tise the water) an ncit pass down. Also, the cloth should be wrapped quite closu-l- y about the bottle to exclude the r.ir. row consequentt evaporation in lite w cloth causes a conaldicirablkj raduqUoci Jn itemrxaature and Mill kJsp the milk quite cool. tamp; its lf ee colander and drain; "then chop fine, two a a'on with Kilt, popper nn,d mix tables noonfu Is of mvl!,cd bufltxsr: or wV.l and ipress into small molds cups. When cold plao each iform on lottuco tnf nnd put onra npoonful of good salad dressing on "Mch. MILK SHAKES. In tho ehnker, milk shaloes, some of the fflmjileT glno s, fnappes, ades, and Ices can bs nvwle. In making a milk shake, (taloe orna ounce of sirup (any flavor desired) to one- half a tumbler ach of rich milk nnd shawd ico. Shake vigorously a few minutes and pour in 'jo a glass. It is thn nuady to drink. A dish of eoda from the syphon makks it identical with the produut of the public Boda I fountains. QUEEN OF PUDDINGS. Two eggs, yolks only, one teacup granulated, sugar, lump tm'Jtt.v size of walnut, one pint new milk, crumbled stale bread or biscuit or 1'ght bread. few S'dr in to medium thickness, drops vanilla. Stir into thla cup of jam, blackberry the best; bako merntague, slowly, Ufe whites for or flavor with imniHa. Good iwith without sauce, hot or cold. two-fthlr- d ba n3 dod, Eanpl)dng conn. Wifth nUapi and cowp n and c'oxir hay, fljrid of grain in proiwrtion of 1 pound milk grain to 3 2 or 4 pounds cf produo d. "Without 6l!ng r.nd (wUi rougli-nostlmo'hy or corn faMer (for fajd 1 lHTiind of gnxln mlxtuno to 2 2 or 3 poundis of ni'.lk. Brand and shlrstuff nro n.lly too high to bo coujldiTud nnd ivody mixed pott nt fund are atlll higher. Alanj havw learaiod from oxporlonooe that "roady made" fr.eds do not pay. Cora cottonsoed nwial and Honvj'.lmB a 1 little bran or o'.l meal are us.--d to mix with mill dmit and wacd sads for filler. Some are horwsiUly nradi but all "ready made" taoia are made at p a profit of five to bva dollars ton, which can b etavde by mixii.is at home and even be,'Jtttr nusults Nothing can ba said in favor of conddjmenital feeds or oond'J'jiou-er- s. a) r RHEUMATISM " Dr. Whitehall's RHEUM AT10 REMEDY For 15 year t Standard Rtmtdr for all forma of Rheumatism, lumbara, jolnti. gout, toro muscle, itlif or awolltii It quickly rclleTM tht MTtrt palm; rrducei the ferer, and eliminate tho poison from th irttara. M ceata box at dnifgiitt. WrHe fef m mm Html Kmn Directory County Olilo Circuit Court-- T. P. Dlrkhcad, Judge; Ben D. Itlngo, Attorney; W. P. Mldklff. Jailer; E. Q. narrau, Clerk; F. L Maatcr Commlaloner; It. T. Collins, Trustee Jury Fund; T. H. Dlack, Sheriff, Hartford. Deputies-- 8. O. Keown an Lon Black. Court convenes first Monday In February and continues throe weeks; third Monday In April, two weeks second Monday In June, threo weeks; third Monday in October two weeks. County Court-- It. It. Wedding, Judge; W. 8. Tlnaley, Clerk, C. K. Smith, Attorney, Hartford. Court convenes first Monday In each month. Quarterly Quarterly Court Begins on the fourth Monday In February, May, August ami November. Court of Claims Convenes first Tuesday in January and first Tuesday In October. Other County Officers C. S. MoxBey. Surveyor. Korduvllle, Ky., K. F. V. No. 2; Bernard Felix .Assessor, Hartford, Ky., It. F. D. No. 2; Uenry Leach, Superintendent, Dr. A. B. Hartford; Ulley, Coroner, Hartford. JUSTICES' COURTS. B. S. Chamberlain, Hartford, Tuesday after 3rd Monday in March, Tuesday after 3rd Monday in June, Tuesday after 3rd Monday la September, Tuesday after 3rd Monday In December. O, K. Scott, Cromwell, Wednesday afte ! 9A Mnnrlo In Kt Wailnnmliiw afld 3rd Monday In June, Wednesday after 9wt ftVnnrln. I !. Cn.) lir..l...l..i after 3rd Monday tn December. .. Jnhn If Ullna Ilr.nIniv LVMnii 3tVi IVlnriliitr In tluMt. Lt.Uw .tt.m 3rd Monday In June, Friday after 3rd Fo-ll- x, s a OH aSaTBS C mW W SJ Murtin V SBSS.SM - Attorney at Law IIAUTFOItD, KV. Will practice bJs profeion In tills and adjoining counties. 'Comm ant Criminal Practico a Specialty. Ill Dr. Whitehall . Ufaytt t. Mcgrlmln )iith til, Ct). IimI. Barnes ..& Smithy ... All. nuurneya at Iuaw HARTFORD, KY. vv, ii, ii.inuB iuiu j. t,. Smith annoujioo Mimt uivy lun'o tronni-- a partiurclulp for tiho ennoral pjuc-tic- o of law, excerpt crtnilmxl nnd Id Ivor axs..n, Mr, BiniUi b.Ing County Aitbur-ar- iy Is jiixnvntcd front rajca'clntrwichl Mr. Bnrir.M Willi indlvlduatly ccasMi. proctloA OfXIom In aoccnt Hartford It.publ!cain Inilldiirg, Hart, tord, Ky. .ii..s&re. i WebsterS New INTERNATIONAL Many mixied feeds selling from Afraid to Stay Alone. 1-- Cherry Valley, Ark. Mrs. Carrie Moore of this place says, "I was afraid to 6tay by myself. I had headache nearly all the time; my heart would palpitate, and my vitali ty was very low. When I would lie down, at night, I had no hope of llv log until day. I tried Cardul, and now I feel better than I have for 5 years. I cannot praise Cardul enough for what it did." Are you a woman? Do you need a tonic? Try Cardul, th 400 poumdsjaoi itaniswjd m. al 100 poundB woman's tonic Your druggist sell and dry dJs'jlUer's groin 150 pound, Al mates a good ration, tho mixrjuna beit ing foad In prpportton to m!ik previously diascrihed. Good clmxr or Every Clerk Gets Bible. alfalfa hay, chcipcd fine and mixed Frankfont, Ky., Dec. 30. Sacrdtary of State Branr today prestemtieid the with the corn chop acd coCtonEead members of 'his offcee force with Red meal, will ninAo the fx.d light and Letter Testaments, lie gave each of bulky, as is desired for cosj Slncti the raewsipaper men a fountain pen. 2,200 pounds of Alfalfa ha- is equal Dr. Bruner is one of the bett likod to a ton of bran, there is lifttle m t'd of expensive concentrates with alfalfa. members of the administration. The .wiser doirjman who (makes itihe Ends Winters Troubles. and moat money will grow b:1q3 of corn and hay rich in prmteOn and buy To many, wiln'tar is a sjason. toos. and prcto'.n only in the Eihapw of cxKXon-si-d trouble. The frost-bitte- n fingers .chapped hands and lips, phil- meal, oil sn.val and gliitrra Co.l. blalns, cold-sorred and mough Bkins (he A common fault in foiling la prove tnte. But such troubles fly be' use of too much grain nnd fedlns fore Bucklcn's Arnica Salve. A tirial all cows alike, regardi-ADf producconvinces. Greatest hleoler of Burns, tion. Boils, Piles, Cuts, Sojvs, Bnnges. Ec D'ffenont kinds cf combinations of zema and Sprains. Only 25c at ail taoda do not atfvot tho buiit.rfat oon-te- at druggists. m of milk. cow Questions regarding dairy feeding will be gladly answiarod. Mention the prices of fjjd ou havu or can secure. , A. J. REED, Kentucky Experiment StarXon, Lexington, Ky. 3, s to $35 ton have irom 10 to per cent, protein, when ootton&l'd moil, containing 36 to 41 per ceut. proO.in, can be obtalntcd for less than $30 per ton. Dritd dU'Ji'Jcff'B giulns containinig about 24 ptr cait. dlg.etti-bl- e proiteln cost about $30 or loss, being a very much cheaper source of protein than bran. Many successful dairymen are making up their own raitlons such as corn chop or corn and cob imccU 4.00 pounds and cottoneeed meal 100 pounds. In the absence of clover, cowpa or alfalfa hay, raise itho proportion of cottonseed mijasl to 150 poundis. Where dried distiller's grains are chop obtainable a mixture of com i.t $30 20 Dictionary THE MEJUUAM WEBSTER? Ieaaa mtBjjttt. to JrBW OXSA. TION, corerlB eveir field of the world's thontht, etloa and culture. The only new unabridged dteUoaary tm Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, - KT. Will practice his profession la Ohts) and adjoining counties and in tht Court of Appeals. Criminal practice and Cot lections a Specialty. Office In the Hfl aid building. FRANK L.FELIX. I lil . covers. 0000 7oo lUMtiatloum. It is the oalr dictionary . BBafi with the new divided pace. JL "Stroke of Genius." BeeMM i' i n encyclopedia la Mums over 400,000 Becatue irviunf uiutu mui fB7c before appeared between two rtt. tl' . I I J w, .1tirlr atnn a' cukca tunil, oatUIUal O.ImJ.u w. f Monday after 3rd wu.nwla in March, Saturday af ter 3rd Monday In June, Saturday after 3rd Monday In September, Saturday after 3rd Monday in December. M'C ,cok. Itenfrow. Tuaeday after 2nd Monday In February, Tuesday after 2nd Monday in May, Tuesday after 3rd Monday In August, Tuesday after 2nd Monday In after the second Monday In February, Wednesday after 2nd Monday In May. Wednesday after 3rd Monday In August Wednesday after 2nd Monday In Novem- jnCi" mX?.IIImJ FrJvllle. Thursday after Thomas November. Sanders, Dundee, Wednesday Monday in December. &'.. sad Jkorit. lUriBui he who know Wia SncceBt. Let us UU Freae aa tho one supremo Bohoola you about thia sew work. WIRI far ayMlaa f av 4M4t . Reaaa) i i accepted by the Oourti, Attorney at Law WA HARTFORD, YANCYL. MOSLEY. - KT. tft MiltaaMiw.iiiJMrllaatafftaa. CMUMAM CO.. Mtk4an.SBfiialMji.atua. I Will practice his profession tn all the Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, imi MnJiay n A.uBUt. Thursday after and In the Court of Appeals. Also NoIn November. tary Public Office over First Nalioaal arter "'Pn, ltW'.tr Monday In February, Friday after 2nd Bank. 2nd Monday in May, Friday after 3rd Mon- , "". .liytoNonber;"""7 HABTFOItb POLICE COURT. C. M. Crowe. Judge; Attornrv Sim mi.... O.t. B. Llkens.Clty CONSUMPHONKo We tend FREE a bottle Germinal, a quick relief for lung trouble, coughs, paint in chest, and that run down feeling. (Mention this papa C. " urer. Members ""v'i of Council. li. jiai-nard, W. J. Bean. W.M. T.Fair Pen E. P. MooreV ' TyLor'.' W."T.:,"'":ejr:.?l"Ie""Jc''a'fmn; a M. tC. ?.ne? nZ7,'?"-Z,'l- f.ccJnU Monday In each month. l: Lyo"-- : aw""am' Treas- . "" .. Mon-- J JOHN II. WILSON C1IAS. M.CROWB w- - WILSON & CROWE LAWYERS HARTFORD, - KY. Will practice their profession la aH the courts of Ohio and adjoining; coubx ties, and ln the Court of Appeals. Special attention given to crttnlaal practice and to co'Jcctlooa, Offloc on Main St., opposite Court House. OHIO MEDICAL COMPANY . Bos 95 COLUMBUS. OHIO J v" a E1. iJornott. ""CIUJL' Crowe and Dr. E. B. Pendleton. RELiaious sEmacEs. rhlirrK Cah1. C....I TC- ! andVnlng-VCerflmVhSun- . SH5 day Gr-iliar- n Cry CASTORI Paint Lick Sick Lady. Paint Lick, Ky. Mrs. Mary Free man, of this place, says: "Before 1 commenced to take Cardul, I suffered so much from womanly trouble,, I was so weak that I was down on my back nearly all the time. Cardul has done me more good than; any medicine I ever took In my life." You need not be afraid to take Car dul. It is no new experiment. Com. posed of gentle-actinhenb lngredl ents, it has been found to safely relieve headache, backache, and similar Try it for your female troubles. A-- S troubles. g, FOR FLETCHER'S A tU Celebrated (or style, perfect fit, simplicity and reliability nearly 40 years. Sold in nearly every city and town In the United States and Onada, or by mail direct. More sold than any other make. Send for tree catalogue. McCALIS MAGAZINE Mote subscribers than any othet fashion magazine million a month. Invaluable. Latest styles, patterns, dressmakiae, millinery, plain sewing, fancy needlework, huirdrcsung, etiquette, good stories, etc. Only CO cents a year (worth double), including a free pattern. Subscribe today, or send for (ample copy. MrONDEBFtrL INDUCEMENTS to Agents. Postal brings premium catalogue and new cash prize offers. Address HcCAIlCO. SSUMSW.SnkSL. NEW TOU MeCAU. PATTERNS Sunday ,v .. moraine niiil nii.n cs...i .t5 a. m. Prayer meeting y ery evening. Jlev. J. W. Bruner. every fourth snh,filUt? C,hl'rc!!rScn., " "u p. School 2:50 "p. m. Elaer i w. in. Wrn,B? u. ehPrnCnh,UHrci,rS,1rvicc- In r" -Sunday Scoolslti." v,nu,Ui-oemcel Wed-nesda- sX. "syBa ' In each month. Sunday School E.K.I; every sssr J. NEY FOSTER Notary Public HARTFORD, KY. Ohio County 8nlr . i All Matters Given Prompt AttenSECRET SOCIETIES. tion. PENSION AFFIDAVITS A Lodge No. 5. F. Hartford A. meets flrFt and third Monday night M.. SPECIALTY. ;.. -- . i" n.,.n r. each mnntli P. iortman Secretary. .cjTBione unapier No. 110. meets every, third Saturday R. A. M.. night In OTTO C. UAUT1N S. 1. McKENNET w. s. Tlnaley, Secretary. Hartford Chapter No. M, O. E. S i . t"uA.nde''on. juonuay Missi. Miii8, W.M. Secretary. Rough River Lodge No. 110. Knights of itila5: mce'sc everyJ- - Tuesday night.c, Ney Fster' Kof fc &Tan' Hartford Tnt Hn OO tr r m r ii,.. AV """ "n even-iifV- Martin & McKeoeey Hartford, Ky. The Hartford Republican S6?.? Business Building Bureau IS your business sick? Do you think you should have more trade? Is there anything: worrying- - you in connection with the growth of your business? Life, Accident, SlcK, and Fire. Record Keeper. Carpenters and Joiners local No. 1881. SSSi? Rlt.8aturiLay n,sht ln ech mnh WILL ALSO BOND YOU.! ,! W D" Luce Sec' ' Treoi. lHAPtsl AVrV .v. t oreman. .jr. nuimr, v.ommanuer; Record Keeper. Sunshine Tevy J',,rf l "nd' third Thursday L r, General Insurance !?'"h!?"th; "" ui Attyearlffln.Lady ww....w..uci , mi, iaay HHe No. IraO 42, L. O. M.. an1 41.UJ ei.t T. . I s WE HAVE THE REMEDY We have retained the services locally of the greatest retail and bank advertising expert in this country, Dundas Henderson, and now put his services at your disposal free of all cost and without condition of any kind. Write out an account of your whole business troubles, freely and frankly and send them to this office. We will pass the letter on to Mr. Henderson and you will receive from him in a few days a solution of your difficulties the same kind of solution that has made success for thosands in the same positions as yourself. of advertising will make a difference in your business. Possibly a certain kind of advertising folder that has brought success to others is what you need. i . Arm YjiAtw XT Mn 9 r secoi.d and four'th 'Friday night in each month, w. R. Hedrlclc Nobfe Grand Ohio Trlb No. 188. Imp. Order IUd Men. meets tecond and fourth Wednea- ?,e"A..8.acnem- E- 1T pe. Williams; clerk, Preston Morton Post N. i, Q, A. R.. holds regular meetings Saturday before Adjt. tfsrtfAM n.mn A w Somlalnder Thom .. Chief . of Electric Bitters Succeed when everything else fata, In nervous prostration and female remedv--, " "or, M. S. weaknenea they are the tupmne as thousands have UstMsiL medicine ever over a druggist's counter. Marriages Show Increase. New York, Jan. 1. One marriage to every 100 population was like ap- proxima'e wwldrlng rote tn NVtw York during 11(11, according to figures miade public by tho Mamagca Lilcense EutiOjU aJt-.iclosing today for the jitar. During the twelve months thejfcj wyr,3 istnore sued 54.J7S flicer.tk.tf, tur U.14S than In 1910. r A. 8. of E. National Officers: Presldent-F. Sharp, Narrows, Ky. Vice President J, M. Woods. Secretary-Trcasurer-- k is the best TrUsfaWflfflMP sM BOSTON' CREAM. three quarts of vattr and lot It get coW, thion atlr In 1 - pounxls JBofll 1"-. It may be that a new style FEEDING DAiIRY COWS. Tills is a time wihen tho dairyman with a alio is not worrying about what to fu d or Kaiuse fetl is high. Tho pivianc jwlods of hay, corn and doilry-m- a meal f .ed are causing many to n balvu not to j ass unwolier winter without a eito. The of silage mi.ins the ke of more tows on tho tamo acr-.It ctus liiu hay bill in half and ppdu- cos larger yu&d cf milk, in fad ing, fcJlapu and Jjiy nro grT.vjrally fad mad-vwith the atilffly mhlitud whl'e as much as th ea'tl wlM dousuuiK of two eggs and two tabtasiwonfuls Provide, if ivcwlbie, alfalfa, Kli.jKa of sugar. Brown very delicately in or clowr hay. in case of a Bhpifjaigo a slow oven, or, If it is to bemt-e- a of the'e,, usi wiliatmvcx is ob'ainablQ lmmedlateJy, it need not bo put in but whatever is lacking in the hay will have to ho Hupplled in the mono the ovmu at all. expensive gmain fftjda. SPINACH SALAD. Many dalroinen tan having )oad sue Take one-haiuck of fresh, crisp spinach, wash thoroughly In tsovioral cess wdtta com elkee,, co'jtocia.ijd 'wature, put In abeamer and utim l and cowpea hay, using no mill Cor about tea ntlauU; turn into a' food, and wtuupt?' sob grain ttoems to u-y-I- ns 3. of granulatitd eugar, 2 ounws or tartaric acid, the whites of 2 btttt-atiffiy and 1 teapoonfuis of lumon extract. Mix wtdll and put Ixito baKJi s for use. When required put into a tumbler about a quarter of a aspoonful of carboiwto of soda, half fill thj tum-Uiwlch wutwr and mix. Pour in a glassful of the crjam wh n a fro'h rises to tho top, making a pi aaant, cooUng drink. STRAWBERRY PIES. For the Dst of all strawberry pkis bakie a rich cruit in a dep pl tin. "VVtuh and hull two quarts of ljpy stmwbermius, and nia&u Uhiin Mlehtly with one cupful of granulated 'Jo serve, flu tho terries itto the pastry shell and pile on a iiLirrinigue gs Some scheme of a novel kind that will bring the money pouring into your money drawer is possible. President. S. B, Robertson, State Officers: H. M. Froman, Carroll county, Pres. T. T. Barrett, Henderson county Vice McLean county, Sec.-Trea- Ind. V. Kump, s. m 1- -2 t Agricultural Extension. particular method of window dressing may be what will bring you the success you laok. A Special salesmanship Your competitors may be worrying you and you may want a knowledge of the latest method of lighting them. You may need help in getting in your bad debts a few hints can be given that have materially helped others out of tro-bl- e. made sucessin similiar circumstances may be indicated in your business. But whatever it is, send the fullest particulars of your troubles to this department and let Dundas Henderson help you FREE that has How to conduct a special sale, or sales, may possibly by the shortest way out of your Board of Directors. Ben Watson, Warren county; C. M. Barnett, Ohio county; A. H. Brooks, Bracken county; It. K. I. Ray, Hardin county, and J. F. Doss, Muhlenberg county. Ohio County Officers: H. L. Stevens, Pres., Beaver Dam.Ky. Henry Plrtlo, Sec. Hartford, Ky. D. Ford, Treas., Hartford. Ky, COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION. Henry Leach, Chairman, Hartford, Ky. 1. L. B. Tichcnor, Hartford, R. F. D. No. E. 2. E. C. Hartford, Reynolds, Ky. 3. M. 8. Patterson, Olaton, Ky. 4. B, L. Alford. White Run, Ky. 5. Richard Plumcr, Taylor Mlnes.Ky. 6. J. L. Brown. Rockport. Kv. 0. P. Roemer, Warren county, State Organizer. C. C. Allen, Henry county, and Lat-tl- e Graves, Allen county, Assistant state organizers. r I I SEEDS' 14 JL"r rvme rttafflsttilM r.l'iSTT " "si Tuts- SfftotMnHM W TarsaUM a aU. i1 to-oa- yt A trial will .WK i yea oar perataorat cnataaiar. SPECIAL OFFKR: te kaM Xa Baalaaaa, Mtatlom thl$ ri P"aWC lOfftUMr .Ltlu . . MKOan IMM SWCMBI ItH-- l ftser. I mimififtfrffJJJf I utlulL AJlsa.u.A" svhpssiw spsvejsi . ""T.'",s"ssi'- Wllh bur This costs you nothing and may help you to make a foitune Ksam ,:POSITONS .iw.iittM,,3i islt Bass 3 Write today confidential-addre- ss efiiMOT, Further particulars of our offer may be obtained on application to this office. All communications absolutely AV. THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN, uainsss BuiltJinrf Buriau. . lf Jctsi M"),-"- &4sfessJfoYmihtswfi'n 7ros Re. m-.a- . Hartford, Kentucky. -"iy wwryi sfclto. ? S2nf? cto PJW GrzzsiE?eiJV?eJJ T&foeti. 1 - .. -- k. lJkJLt MMl JjM--U&- 1 "Vjs ti. frn. aft hiii m ,yi i'"' '?",r "wrr: VV" For Sale report, Arawliut or rtiot.Kfireli.rtmirfliRnlfrr Id to obUln ucnt. Irwlo trr copTnuuu, TO. IM 111 COUNTRIES. liiufnni dirtetv.Uk iVatnlngtOH tavet timr.i money ana ojien ene patent. Patent tnd Infrtngimint practlci txciunveiy. Wrltn nr mtnA to ui t Tit Elf ata fKntt, asar tTlIM ttat Tatset OSes, I WASHINGTON. D. C. M. C. RANKIN tribal sysiom and Dlw JTOMorat banbaTlou3 catyttonis. lMiilllp-pln- ii -- A BBftrnarBiMBnrrrNDtD.wiKjmoiiri,! ini, Real Estate! Will Hold CO Acres of tho finest Rough river bottom laud located tbrco tulles west of Hartford. About 20 acres in cultivation. Good dwelling and out buildings. A bargain for 1,200. STANDS PAT ino'ihodscf tho Unl'wd B'.ai'wln iliul-Iuitli R4v lTOisa'xin tiliat oium State Farmers' Insti- Declares. Frankfort, Ky., Dec. 27. is a coiullrtiloii of Mtj monumii'j. Ui Hill" Uni ftr.i'jni ns XX 'w stute on January 2, He unsouRht as nu incldininl, ytj. lyfitilt of war. Tliaai at ho wvjro ati'Ck to jiroJIot rt'll of bliu'.r country ea!d tiliat ncqulnlng Iihttanclil-polas- o en tho far aido of (ih? Pacific would turn Amiorlcana Tlw II' khAAAiJ OVER 68 YEARS EXPERIENCE - BV We have 460 acres of fine bottom land from one and a half to two miles of Hartford, part of it with Umber. Also about 75 acres of up land belonging to the stuns tract. Terms easy. story frame A new one and one-ha- lf building with five rooms and large recptleon hall, built out of the best BoIccteA material. Situated on Clay and Fiedrlca streets, Hartford, Ky. Lot 60x205 feet. Fine well of soft water. All necessary out buildings. Terms reasonable. Good nine room two story dwelling in Centortown, Ky., has good State Ag- to 3E3E ; DEMONS COPVRMMTS ate. dMenntlnn dit Anna, a.ndtna tt.trh and ttmm opinion tnleair ascertain our pM.ntaMn. wbathef an litT.nilnn ja prohablr Communlr. liciirrnnndontlal. naarunwm on raienu m. Oldnt for .MurfnanAlfif.. throna-raunta taken inner Munn Cb.rclT iikl ssotlc. without charts, in tha pupi Tram Marks toricultural Cammlssionur Rankin day s'.ated that rgandlmsa of tha stand itakvn by his tsuocussor, J. W. S'a'ia Nowman, ho would ho'd the Farntons' InslAtuto 1mij on January 2 noxt, and that fche courts would havu to djtctim'ne whtfhor UhilslmaAtul'oor tho onm Nowimaa would hold latur is the kgal body. Ho says that Newman's Clgiht Bololy at Ij. L. Lorsrv, of county, Democrat, wiho 4s stand lng for as a niymHwr of the Sta'ie Board of Agnlculituru IsdJ-rtjotod (Tf-fers- on THE BEST MAN n, . Largest fir. A htndsam.lf lltast rated WMklr. eolation of any scl.ntida Journal, Ttnna, 13 a TMl , four months, L Bold brail n.wadMlftr. Branca SckMifk Jlimrlcan. One. OK .'5' j I BU Waahlnstoo, D. C. Subscribe fw The Republican $1.00 per year. i good cellar, never falling well of water, good stable and other out buildings, one acre lot of ground. A uplendld location for family residence and hotel. Price and terms reasonable. Apply to HARNETT ft FOSTER, Agents, Hartford. Ky. the Importance of th-- j PhlMpplci-to Our poisltion on StataJ. tiha Pacific will by bmu raaro wiIkh Um Panama canal is opioned Tha ownership of the PhlUpplnijH Is oven mere logical than It tv.iqnud at the cloai of the war wltih Spain. We have on immynfii ocost linn on the Paolftc and a dlroot dt3ip ftjrria&a to all luho yort& of Eitaj'jni As'a. We have girai too Filipinos as much con trol of focal govornnK'at as thi?y aro capable of carrying on. Thy lhavo plenty of school3, and exiumslve havw bo?n promoted in railroad and frrannporitaMon. other Brjgandag has iboden put down. Tho Islands have not baen explctVied. Yot no Jongjr ago than 1U00 a D.tnocrat.Ic national platform djolorod impjirilal- Ism 'to ib? the paramountt Is&vo. No polltiolan man'tdona lit But trust demagogues, hungry for power, hope to And some nsw chlmluvi. Globe Democrat. fihe UnitKid to-da- y. of a a pattern to othor oaututmUis. What la going on in China ndis to .bo rnl lvisoilt jruto ilmncJrial-Ist- s. Is the tl3iltrij-ni-jn- it iwUqy Wwit lught The itorr.aclt 13 n fitctcr in " life, liberty airl tho pursuit of happiness" than most people are mvarc. Patriotism can withstand hunger but not dyspepsia. The confirmed "is fit for treason, stratagems and spoils." The maa who (toes to the front for his country with a weak stomach will be a weak soldier end a fault finder. A sound stomach makes for good citizensnip as well as fo" health and happiness. Diseases of the stomach and other organs of digestion and nutrition are promptly and permanently cured by the use ot l.tr-Se- r dya-pcp- tic Patriotism It ballda up the body solid mrsce. Dr. PIERCE'S GOLDEN MEDICAL DISCOVERT. with setfffef tlemh matt The dealer who offers a substitute for the " Discovery" ts only seeking to make the little more profit realized oa tlw ale of less meritorious preparations. Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Adviser is xtxAJne on receipt of stamps to pay expense of mailing only, Seatl 21 one-cestamps for the paper covered book, or 31 stamps for tha cloth bound. Address World's Dispensary Medical Association, R. V. Pierce, M. D., President, Buffalo, N. Y. nt GILLESPIE BROS. W.H. & HAVE YOUR SUITS J. F. GILLESPIE Cleaned Proprietors i Pressed Dye- B LACKSMITHING AND REPAIR WORK special attention. Hats Cleaned and Repaired. Work called for and ing neatly done.. Ladies work given Repairing and 7 N? POSITIONS GUARANTEED you a position If you us real soon. We need many more otu- once to supply the enormous demand at for our graduates. As soon as we get the required number of students this offer will be withdrawn. So write at once for particulars. WE will GUARANTEE WILBIIII lis SMI In UtlNElSCPLLEiE !A?ir,11",,.,,,re,r,.ofe2J,eri,n In meresn'tlla SOIl DSnllnff ousiiimm. ilul SI alnM,l.. tn nm WWrwS!lX'i!'xi'!LS!l SXITII.azlnartesa,K7. A BulnetM,PkeMrap)iy TYPEWRITINGana BOOKKEEPING TELEGRAPHY Horseshoeing a Specialty. 1 1 delivered. Club month. rate $1.00 per Cliib, ?! ' Hartford Pressing Y. M. C. A. BLDO., a bo. W. HOIIWAKTZ BUSINESS COLLEGE iKcoaroiATan CnTAStMnED 1H04 Boekbee's "Fall of Life" Northern Grows pedigreed Seeds have a reputation ol 3S years of successful seed growing behind them. It pays to plant the best. Seasonable Specialties: Earliest Red Valentine . . Refugee Extra Early .. N-- w Strinsless Green Pod . Imp. Kidney Wax Davis New White Wax . . Carrie's Rust Proof Wax . SEEDS BEANS J3.50 $3.25 J3.70 $4.50 J4.75 Hartford, - Ky. HARTFORD, KY. mmoirAl. IXmiSVItiCE. KY. Bushel Bushel Bushel HEFLIN & CO., Bushel Bushel and district! PBA8 last night, Sam? Extra Early Alaska . . . Jj.jo Bushel ride and tlhiMt hicrcle furnlhM by us. Ourixenti everviBhere II New Early Gradus $s so Bushel "I think It were Pete Sralf; he dons (K uktnv nnitf fa.t WriteJorfuU firticntarx and special ejfer at onco. Horsford's Market Garden . $3.50 Bushel MUMONKY ItEUtllKUU until touiKcheandaDDroveoIrour bicnte. wasni tot $5 fo' de preacher and only gis Buckbee's Lightning Express Jj.oo Bushel to anyone, anywhere in the U. b. errfowl a cent Afoul n advance, freMrreitJkt, an nlm one." Lattuce, RasUsk. Tomato and a full line ol allow TKN ruivr. ajiiiiauuniEvinicii tune you may naeine Dicycie Seeds, Plants and Bulbs at lowest growing prices. put it to any teat you wish. II you are tlien not perfectly itlthed or do not wiah I Send for complete catalogue or submit a list ol keep the bicycle amp It turk to ua at our expense indroK ml net be out one rent. II We luraKh the lushest trade bicycles it it possible to mah iLrett ClrTSJV msww at one Wlwn buying a cough mediolrJo for your requirements and v, ill quote prices. SUA 11 Buy direct from the grower Save Monev. vvwawMs sou aave 91 small prnnt aoove actual lactory cost, to ill middlemen a pronts py uuyinr Uircct 01 us and have the manufacturer s rual ahlldnen .bear in mind itihtat ChanutKc'a Write today. Mention this paper. ntee behind your bicicle. IM) MOT 1IUV a bictxle or a pair ol tires from any t any true until you receive nur caulosues and learn our unheard ot Jotter, Jough Romeiiy is nioilt affl.ntiual for tfeeul effert to rider Agent. jruet and hen VAU Will I IT SCTmUCyca study you receive our beautiful catalogut as colds, croup and whooping cough and UOSBackberSr.. Rockfsra Sera Farm. KKsfors.lt MV9 ate neiWIlieilKV our superb models at the wndtrfuh drug. ear. itmfrtces vte can huLe you this ) are We sell the highest trade bicycles for less naonl that It contains no harmful We lltisfied with ai.00 nront above factory col For saXa by all druggists. than anr other factorv. ni nifJYCllK llKAI.Kim. vou can sell our bicycles under tour own name nlata a t double "our prices- - Orders hlled the diy received. IIIfJVf.'l.KH. Wa fL nnl rnnilirlv Klnilt IrranA ha ml htnrlel. fct HirnNII UANIl on Usually nave a number hand taken In trade by our Ihlcazo retail stores. These we clear ot promptly at prices ranging from sas to mn or Oltr. uescripttve turgam lists mailed tree. alnrlii vfhecla, iniKirtrl roller chain and petlaU, parts, repairs as CMiltl-MJIIl- t, equipment of all kinds at Jut tat utnal retail trtcet. PrMalt WAITE- "Itanrer"RIDER AGENT IIUBHTOttl "Who were de best man at de wtd-1l-n .... &.50 Bushel First Class Centertown, sUlveryi-nat- i - Kentucky. ol MI I n uaib' Vllirt Sill ft0 HEDGETHORN 8 P.HCTHE-PR00- F VI Si I L.jHiwjf1 IHnot andcasrriUW.vcryduiilblcaud linedinsidewith special quality 01 ruoucr.wincu never oecoraes rTotiel the thlek robber trva ing the air to escape. We ha e hundreds o( letters from satis"A" and puncture) strips "II fied customers statins that their tires liaveonly been pumped nd "U," also rim strip "U season. They weigh uo more than -- nponce or twice In whole to prevent rut aattins;. in: ConaUpation is the catiw of many s nOruluary MIC, lllCJfUllklUIC lni.llHKHMllnsnuviHft I tire will oatlast any otrat thin, specially prepared fabric on the y'several laers of ssake-HUfcXASTIO BU allniienits and dUcml'Oins that make esd. The regular price of these tires is $i jo per pair, but for ... " lifio miserable. Tako Chaimbrtala's e rider ot only f4 so per pair, eyu orucrs snippen same uay letter tcccitco. wc snip w. u. u. o beop jproval. You uo not pay a cent until you nac ezamineu ana lounu mem sinciiv as represeoiex S'omaoh and Lihv.T Taibltp, We will allow a rsvsh llsoount of 5 per cent (thereby making the price S4.08 per pair) if yo your bcwvls rpgular nnd will risk 1 auveriiscmcm. You FULl. CASH mmmmmmkr'ndling us sn orderMill! uuur.it ana enclose mis OUK expense if for anyrun no they at -reason as the tires may be returned at flwVjl f.Yl&'k .i iiiM la tTVvrc bwlt.-- Si., nil 4MI WW SJU HJt satisfactory on examination... We are ..perfectly reliable and money sent to us is as safe as in j U.wv . - Swir UI innc .1 . .. .111 !. l llt voam, . sues, JUU will u ..! .1... .l... wilt ihk K..I.M wu iwtc urugffiats. nmi ucy IK. II you fjnicr m ir better, last longer and look; finer than any tire you have ever used or seen at any price. W so wen Dirasea mat wnen vou want a uicycic vou win kivc us your orutr haw that vnu win Da We want you to send us a trial order at once, hence this remarkable tire offer. Pointed Paragraphs. pair - asarMaT sVanratl VstOaTO Iledcethorn Piinaure-l'roo-at fany price until you fena lor a trial don't buy any kind Sjw- tires on approval and m 0mt wsfcsbsw m anrsisia j Mechanical kits-e- s ai ithe kind wo introductory price quoted above; or write for our bis Tire and Sundry Catalogue nhk Che special men, glwj each atlv-jr- . asescribes and quotes all maKcs ana Kinaa 01 tires at aooui nan mc usual prices. BOT1NQ a blcyc' bat write us a postal today. UO NOT THINK Of A v.xinan (thinks ot ihir futune; othMtV flVWaT WwtUM or a pair of tires from anyone until you know the new and wondcrft Oilers we are making. 11 oniy costs a postal to icaru every luiug. n n 11 nun, er womieai ,talk of hor Some soclcity wxxnin aro known by CHICAGO, CYCLE COMPANY, what they waste fthodr aiUeotiloa on. Tin love ot nionwy ds also bhe root ot niuoh matrimony and aillimony, Dicm't wostk) ittuw trying to Mil two bli-d- s 1 wiitih oae b'jou3. Stomas are man retail trice ot is a0IBsHfCHiaBIMstoSk. bnt to introJuee u-- tvtll aa11'",1'111,''11'sslila tcUyouatamplepairforflJOicatliuHtkorJerStJS). JLueMBMMfsaBHlilMBllll MMttETtOIILE FROM PHNCTDRES or QU11 will not let tho air outa Sixty thousand pairs sold lastinyear. use. two sundreu inousauu pairs now I Made in all sizes. It Is lively OSELF-HHUH- TIRES ftSSSS&SS? U. P ' mmmTfTilfWiTlMmtm assWasaHsMssMHalaaW lJB"aack HQ9SBHBi9HaiiB ' III 1 0. asatlfya ' I lVllt SEND YOUR BOY MATHENEY & BATTS H. W. BUCKBEE Prompt Attention and Good Service. TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, nu I If 9 A km FT. --- 1 SI .... ... lai.t. 1 Vanderbilt Training School ELKTON, KY. Faculty Our patronage has of college-traine- d men. come from several Southern States. Twenty-fou- r different towns in Western Kentucky represented this year. Electric Lights, Steam Heat, Hot and Cold A limited select school ior boys. FOR BOYS L MEU i.at aw KILLth. COUCH CUR! tni LUNGS 2W M I io I K1 '. Stroot, w. sVf Dr. King's Niw Discovery em. 9 JM Ui. OX Roughs V(s9sbBsbS raicV and THAI DC MARKS promptly obteuud in all eountr m, or 00 fee. w okUla TINTS THAT AY, adnnlss tliam UwrougM, at our aiDeaw. amTnela you to aureus. Sand model, photo or sketch (or FSCC report on patentability, to years' practlo. SUN fASSINO RircriCNCKS. rorfrwOaVts Book on lroAuile IMcnU) writs to 03-fS-0 SssvatntH m Mm7 ma tm wwtmwim9 9 tmm wm9 ffltM sMIsTC rfM THROAT AND LUMO TM01LE1. QUAXAXTKIO SATISrAOXOaftn xojfJBr luurvuvmit. IIKIVill 7 & Keep k Ladies! $ Style by Readiac McCaB. Migiakc aava Uikf McC.ll Pattern MYALL'S rMGAZlKC plontlful than birds. A luouao Is afraid ot a nilan, a man is afraid ot a woman, a woman is afraid ot a mou3-sin- d Ithune you are. In aiCtier yoar3 a woman toby ibo sorry sine marrtldd the miau in the cos., but she's always glad that "that other woman" didn't gat him. Baths. jT - -- Z n CASTOR I A Tjafutt tad Tot (UdldrsB. TIm ' iijcuu'SaWus BULBSi succeeM ' f M.4. o SaaU Mow aaiaess. A ' trial BatUfaetloa a pemanont eua. rtotser.wUlmaka you guaxaateod orjoui 1 1 ttSfsaUiMt vrrtaw anis. aa ) KM Ym Km AIwiji Bm(M - Bears tha Slgaatars of MrCaa'sMaiailasvMIl hell) you dress strl-hli- lr at a iiioiterata &&& Extremely healthful location. $4,000.00 recently spent on improvements. NO SALOONS IN THE TOWN OR COUNTY. Moral sur: roundings excellent. UNEXCELLED AS A SCHOOL FOR YOUNG BOYS. Nineteenth Year Begins September 6, 1911 Write for catalogue. Address alL communications to Desk B V FssssaarmawainssrrBaBE, I SasTssk CsllMsl5.aa!!JSi.1 iWk uiZ expensuby kuoplug dollies and linis. BV' v t ViJHJM,lluMtm(eSMSssiililUa(MlMlw Sal tassMMSanisMiN I' 'HI siasMa taw, , JT JsMwisJr ttk aHlasai B1 sMallsWtssatM miswsia, saswstM ' II a lrfT: rvB pt. J.rW itf? aft,ssiV' HJSrsftft.'ftsrss tUa .. - KLiNJia. ouila. tZrrnirftSZZrp fh fill asaus J i rami tiob, yuiwu 1 ass Usui sumksss. . Ta - ivia l..ii. ulluti V SwRSAsW SatVSBllrVVsB't 1 a year. Including o freo patlurn. today or send santatrua mt cam I r fi fur Irco saiuplu copy. HcCall Patierss will rnablu you to niako In your nitliyuUruiYii lianils (loililsgfor homo. yuutiolf and cblldMii rrlilili mill b pvrlcrt Iu blylo and fit. riH--.'nlilvlior uu-t- s 1 coats bond fur ftuo lMAm t'uialusuo, 1 Ws WiM Cits Tsa Fut rrtM.n fur renin:: sub. scrlplious oinonif stourlrhmiU. bond forlruo 1'roiiiluia ( slaloeuo and Cash Pmo Oflcr. m ifcCAU coitfm. as is za tut 374 si. unr vwc UK; tnlunklo Infonnatlon all homo uud per Only toual inaiiurs. 011 60 Now Fashion DcsIlmu In cat It luuo. Also you postoil ou tho latest fashion j In Last of FiilippiM Of position. Six hundred .Moras la ifaba Iiskuudaf Jolo, who bad tatronohietd tthjmsk?lves oa a hlffh polot In tlw interior and stated that boy would fightt to the last, havo ohamyed Uucflr tutods and surrendeiwd to tha Aawtnlosu bxa surrounddng thom.. Tia poda't tvt Issuo. was that ihy noiful to givo up shtr anus audsuumU to she mild tfcfflwral rosulaUoos entorcod by tho U'taltod Statas. The Moroa wilH now llnd, as have the IadUas in Uito tuntryAiat It te to itihiakdrjftoivMts to adapt fta way 1vId up JbUr of clvlUsailon, old . a MATHENEY & BATTS. i it v ou 9m 1 JallaSaltsA'sTa-KaHasHltliakit- l i WWrrrW9Wi .. Jit ai VS'I.'!.- - i, WS" 14 - Closing Out Sale of the Dundee Mercantile Co. Merchandise to close out in the next 30 days. In order to close out the entire stock of General Mer$10,000.00 Worth of Seasonable and chandise, having: become necessary on account of a very material change in this large store among stockholders, &c, we are forced to close out and are propositions ever heard of in Ohio county.. This Great Closing Out Sale will begin on going to offer one of the best Money-Savin- g Up-to-Date Friday Morning, January 5, till Saturday, January 13, 1912, inclusive. 1912, Clothing And will continue Please watch the county papers next week for further notice of this sale. Dry Goods, Dress Goods at 9 A. M. Ladies', Misses' and dren's Cloaks ChilWe have 23 stylish Cloaks to close off. out; discount, one-thir- d . Shoes. We are going to offer the entire stock of 1,700 paira of Men's. Boys', Ladies' and Children's Shoes at from 25 to 75 per cent, discount. This stock is nearly all new and in good condition and was purchased from the best Shoe people in the world and as everybody has to wear Shoes this time of the year, this is certainly the time to buy them. Bed Goods Now is the time to buy your Bed Clothes. all Wool Blankets were $5.00 per pair, closing out sale $3.63. $2.50 Mixed Blankets, closing out price;$1.98. $1.50 Cotton Blankets, closing out price 98c. $2.00 Quilts, closing out price $1.65. $1.50 Comforts, closing out price 98c. $1.00 Comforts, closing out price 79c. 10-- 4 a nice, new seasonable stock of Dress Goods to close out at 25 to 50 per cent, discount. We have Hats and Caps We have 100 Hats that will go in this closing out sale at from 10c to $3.00. We have 97 Suits of Men's and Boys' Clothing to close out during this sale at 25 to 50 per cent, discount. 17 Men's and Boys' New Overcoats to close out at 30 per cent, discount. Underwear One lot of Men's, Ladies' and Children's Underwear to go in this closing out sale at 25 per cent, 500 Shirts We have 500 Men's and Boys' Dress and Work Shirts, usually sold at 25c to $1.50. Will go in this closing out sale at from 10c to 79c. General Clean-U- p Calicoes, Cotton Goods 15,000 yards of Standard Brands of Calico to close out at 5c per yard. 12,000 yards of Hoosier Cotton to close out at 6c per yard. I All other items in our large stock of Dry Goods and Notions to close out at proportionately low prices. All of our big Stock of Farm Implements, Harness, Buggies, Wagons, Hardware, Stoves, Groceries, Furniture, and many other things that we haven't space to mention, will come under this same Closing Out Sale. Timepieces Queensware We have an enormous stock to close out at from 20 to 40 per cent, discount. One lot of Clocks and Watches that sold from $1.00 to $3.00. Will go at this closing out sale at from 60c to $2.00. NSL Now the farmers have been blessed with fine crops and have realized good prices for them. Lets all start on the New Year, 1912 right by visiting this great Closing Out Sale and get the best bargains ever had for the money. This is no New Year's joke on our part, for we are absolutely forced to close out this entire business. Everyone come to the Sale and we will convince you that we mean business by giving you big money values and kind and courteous treatment, whether you buy or not. We have arranged for sufficient clerk force to await on everybody, so don't fail to come. Place, DUNDEE, KENTUCKY; time JANUARY 5, 1912. Respectfully, Dvindee Mercantile Companiy, DUNDEE, ALWAYS DEMAND FOR INCORPORATED. I KENTUCKY. T U TEETH pne of Pawnbroker' Best Lines, and , Incidentally a Boon to the Poor or Big City. A ghastly little heap of false teeth. both upper and lower sets, lay in a Icorner of the pawnbroker's window, s, amongst second-hanshoes, rusty old clocks and so on. "Any sale for second-hanfalse teeth?" the pawnbroker cried. "Why, bo, there ain't a more saleable commodity going. I'll advance money on a good upper set of false teeth as pulck as on a gold watch." Just then an old woman in a dingy black shawl entered. "Let me look at the false teeth in the window an upper set," she said. The pawnbroker, with a wink at the reporter, brought out three double bandfuls of teeth. These the poor old woman placed, one set after another, in her sunken mouth. The sixth set she pronounced a good fit. Paying for , It with dimes and nickels out of a worn purse, she departed contentedly, (the teeth wrapped in a piece of newspaper. "Oh, I tell ye," said the pawnbroker jubilantly, "there's notbln' like second-ban- d teeth. I only gave 30 cents on that set, and I get one and a quarter for It. Not bad profits, hey?" d flat-irond color which stood on nrg 'tfasui Deiun HERBERT. him. He stepped back, bent forward Jan. 2. Prof, frank Brunnr ry'.urn looked at It sideways, and twisted hlf ed to his sahool at Lexington yeshead In all directions. to you think of It!" ques terday attar several days visit "What do his iparwtis, 'Mr. and Mm. J. B. Bru- tioned the aspiring R. A. "Good! Very good!" his friend an nar. swered. "It's a perfect portrait; onl) .Mr. Henbart Burdett, left Saturday ah I should be inclined to criticise to join the U. S. Aimiy. one little detail. The original ii Mrs. Liuia Svrapo Is qute slick. scarcely so red in the faca as yo Mrs. Virgil Miller is Improving. have painted him." ! Miss Myrtle Bundejt left Saturday The artist gasped. "What on earth are you talkinj tor uawiimig ween wuene sue wiu waabout?" he asked. ter sqUcoI. "Your picture! It's your uncle, a Mls3 Mr. Lawivmoe BuruVtt and course!" Ethel WiUson were married rajar "My uncle?" cried the amazed wield Saturday. er of the brush. "That that my uo Mr. Wilbur RbaanJon has gone to Why, it's the sunset. Don't yot cle? see the title, 'Sunset and Evenlnj Missouri. .Mr. Flunk Ohamb3M and slstar, Star?' "Answers. Mary, of Owensboro, Eipcoit ObrCdumas with thilr pawa's. Mr. und Mm. J. CHARITABLE B. Chambers. Mr. Tom. Rheardon was taken to the insane asylum last Wrkj Mr. Charles W. Phillips, ot Walday nut Grow, Bint Christmas rPn& Jbkv WtfM with his daughter, Mm. R. M. Millar. Miss Sail! Ford ivialted in Owens-bor- o several days tast iWteek., Mr. Charlie Taylor p.ad wife wymt to Owonisboro, iKrlday. HAD A NAUTICAL CHRISTENING iSea Captain Knew Only One Form of Ceremony and Old HI Duty at He Saw The Origin of Leap Year. In 40 B. C. Julius Ca330f Gomysst-a- d tin calendar, naming tho to suit lilmisJf, and :no:i.'ii3 unraingiliivg to It havi? an extra, day overy four yrsxra. X. l, Some years ago a slow sailing when some COO miles out from IJverpool, picked up a lusty young-jste-r of five years lashed to a mast. The captain took a great liking to jhim, called him his son and decided (that the little chap must be Christ' ened one of the few things which ffce know must bo attended to in tb case of children. Of courso there was no chaplalv aboard, so the captain himself under took the ceremony. He gathered tht ! men about htm, and with a mixed knowledge of his duties he glarec 'about him and asked whether an) ono knew just cause why the bo) (should not be christened. 'If there is," ho roared, "speak ui hike a mau or forever hold youl jtongue." Then be suddenly cracked a bottlt lot wine above the boy's bead ant christened him. The ocean waif Is now settled dowi a steady longshoreman, but he stll' I relates with satisfaction the story tf jblM christening. ves-jse- Silas , fellow will go ter th' city without enough money ter pay his way. Rlgnt here In this paper it sex thet a coun tryman wuz taken in by a confidence man. It certainly Is queer that a FULL OF BONES He thought tliat tliii natural Mar toar of talned 363 4 days. As n nui'-tjfact dit was juat 11 mlnutus 14 Bjoonda sho.iS.-- r 'than tlut. By 1832 tin world iwa3itendaysiatth ot Father Tims. Popie Onosoiiy XIII 0. cut out ten days, calling Oatoibjr October 15, and further ordqtad that thjna should ibe no kjxttra day in tilto hundredth years, excepting .tiliw founth-hundryiir, bjslnninis Wiltih 2000. r, I tatoi it "Wtll, Mr. TUB Uuit you tlw eluk who luvHivittd r Ca-isa- ot think I'm dVjof. Cleota,tra)s in tilwro" od rUatlwu ilwno Uw hxitur txiint twlatlng his Iwad :qard tlu door. tlw k Misses Rolli-- 3 Felix and Uouanna "I would raiilwr if alw dldn'.t Bind it S ml tli yila'jtjd Mr. H. F. Fiunnw.u'i3 fl&tul out" I lowwad my volo. "Why did ly last you do it? Tih3 hard hunted .baolwloiV Mr. Fried Shullz, iwlio Is Wjnidln3 U at wants to know," I said. the K. S. U. at Lexington, "It was like .this: The .whala ibunch home wl'ali his jiarvnts (tills iwi.vk. In Rome was saVding tltjir datjs tv Masrs. Rodeo and Bat'.U WiUlsXTor-Usmixed up, so I figun-i- out and found Ind., nine visiting tholr tary.iuts, wH.ie go- Mr. and uMra. O. P. Willis. that amj of thj y Litiil-year and wene uvar- ing on a iMlas Chriatlne Graham is dolng visiting her aumt, Milas Ida Whittle, of I kn4W 'hat was right 363 4 days niaiw a year. The Xttat Horse Bnarwh, tor a Slew dayes. was easy, lh.ro jv.ars we have 363 MI33 .Mabxsl Gray who iiaa xmi in days, them we iaok on thj day dua ohargy of tba unllllniery busiii'.lli for Loyal Br.ra, rvjtiurcied to lior liwnw nt us. "I gotoha. Julius, but why taap Canieyyviille, Friday. Piar?-- ' Mr. and iMra D. P. Bxin and Iiiitlj "Two Tlu worn in l.p?d daughtw Ruby, vnho for tlw iast frjw at '.the chance; we men .Uap.-- out of y?ara haw ioaiuVd (n Oklahoma, ana visiting thielr aelatlt-ethe way." in Ohio count)' "But liaw about rtls njpar.t that Mr. B?an thinks Oklahoma is the Pops Gnegory says ycu iwora 11 mln-uta- s leading State. 14 saaemds too long in Rome, jxur Mlas Hazel Schroadfl, ot year?'" aivitt a fiaw days li.me Una flrat: of Hon, J. Caesar gat rail mad. Ho the wieek. kicked a hab in his r.oga. "Muckmki.ra!" toe bltt.rly lioU.jn2-- l Roman Pott House. at nve; "Infamous Uains, out latiojnits Post houses on Roman roads were of Bedllam, the whole bunch uf Vim." erected every Ave or six miles. Each --Kx. of them was constantly provided with 40 horses and 100 miles a day was an easy journey. Any one using these NARROWS. posts must show a mandate from the Prof. Oscar Shultz and wifle, of emperor. Beaer Dam aw ftpenidinig Una holidays with thielir iparni'js, Mr. amd Bins. J. Weight Reduced by Cutting, T. Shullz. The Kohlnoor diamond originally MIsd Maude Shults, is at liamia weighed 800 karats, but by suricesslvi ith? lvolUlays. cuttings it has reduced to 106 karats. . d 333-da- A 1 V it d Every Mother Should Know They mean complete freedom from mending, emancipation from the drudgery of the darning needle. . Wundcrhose Mm. Jais. Darn.itit, Whlibvevillo, vls'Jt- - Profit by Competition When several fertilizer companies decide to extend their business into new sections, price cutting is apt to occur, farmers are tempted by tnese reductions to buy even lower grade goods than the average. But the lower the grade, the less plant food one gets for a dollar. Ask for one percent, increase of Potash in place of each dollar per ton reduction. Instead of a price cut of three or four dollars you will get or 33 r raore Plant or ,ne ame money VXWI icu jruur uc.ucr auoui mis rigiit away the price cutting may come at any time. We will sell Totash in any amount from 2Colbs. up. Write for prices. Smd for frit tookttotf latum jormmas or t'vMabU fertilturt. KWMULIVMM,lf. ChsmII hWUt. lilltaM mother, futher and children will return from the wash each week as freefromholes astheday they were purchased. for yj w kup jHir." wvm Sn U 1'1'jl VII 111 I "I oonqutjt3l all Gaul, Wit 3 Hinw b?lng dlild.id lni'o tiny) ia,ii;n, lw "Yo3, .but did you, vent itlw laap yar?" ' 'J mm. llll We know this and as proof of our good fulth sell Wundcrhose with the under standing of four months wear or new hose free-wi- thout question, quibble or argument. Ask to sco Wundcrhose or jlildn't jpu In- I Mutt Have Been Work of Art Critically the, friend of the artls iCtftrdeA tpe.w.ejr4 cc4utf&iejaUaioj ; "I cro:&l Um Rubicon uiul bliasjd s, my noblo kliiiimanIion. Gjbus out of Romo," isald Claisar. Thinking to g--t him back to brass tacls, I au."rll: "Was it First Fish You need not feel so Mri Conw'ia C, or Miw. I:nipia C, proud, you "Old Grave Yard." Airs. or .wtu It your lajsjt Second Fish This is an Insult I CaieBir, mho ttggjd juu on to Why do you call me aa "Old Grave giving itlvo Uwt chaiiu to ijJd-lYard?" splnsiV-ira?First Fish Because reu arc full of "SUh! Bou'it yoll so loud. Do you bones. , IVm-palu- ?f our hosiery department. Examination of the various styles will verify the quality that makes our guarantee-possible-. Wear Wundcrhose and the evidence is complete. N at KtuSMckMsck, 3ju, CaJ-pur- MHufCwhillMk One Dollar per box of four pairs. y BARNARD & CO '' ,... Hartford, Xx. m-i- i J. , vu - -- L