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The Hartford republican: January 19, 1912 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1912 hao1912011901_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: January 19, 1912 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1912 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Fine Job Work. VOL. XXIV. IS THE SEQUEL ,To Elopement of Rich Texas Couple. Husband of Woman Who Skipped With Young Boyce, Halo, Tnaasurir, .ML93 arofflj X,j i1. WWX-aishilH,- DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY. r, Subscription $1 per Year No. 27 HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, JANUARY 19, 1912. Huby , Nql, Cdtlc. Itii-b- Bd".finr, y READY TO tlw aftl'.ctod nvm and wam.jn without Hholtar in a twsplato bit of rand with tho tlwrm;n.p!or iijslj'jvjr-ln- g Kaivlng 20 l3law, zoro. CHOPPERS HERE thj faioulty wjnwg"ily uig-- s pxlrons nnd dlio of Olio Hurncundlug Tiluj Two tiwu'.ljig Ijjbrtirf.as w'.'J iba ttsv In owr echcol In a days. On.) of fifty voluimcs for tho siludiids, WJo otluir a tonnur's libraboolcs on ry, consla'ilug of UPtfJjn ngrlcuV.uml subj.ots. Tlw board of ,Tru9lM:is ar3 nour-agln- g Ui.j faculty by ijlng fchat is Ju.ru .1Jmt is iKtidvd for the ouinfoiit of 'lie soUool. RUSH ARMY Jap War Scare Starts Quick Action up What a giwait (Jilng It 'would bo if spirit of that pport would g3t imto; tho humdrum of lilb and Ibrfahticm it tho eom-3- . at Washington. ' Young Thomas, who had mad 3 a fad of windlass tnlugTciphy b ifor.3 his dtsea?o bocame pronounced, had b i n placid 'In charge of &s nAjsu till a on tlliia Island ami Hhidhal call for hj'p to i&u nuiilnlanid as soon as ths lira bygan do assume dumgurous ata-tio- There is one feature of this coast lng buslnuss that atornds out ltkle a promontory. That was 'tellyibuat-in.- " For Big Initiation of men of World. Wood- Tbcsna .Is oio otse to fa;i cquton-ls- h about the term or JKUiMutie to pnopontlcns. Pacific Squadron of Four Cruisers Now at Scene of Danger. 1 Oak Grove. Will Be The Biggest Day Ever in Kills Father of Wife's Affinity. Font 'Worth, Tex. January 13. Tho eloiwiiii.'nt of Mrs. lena 11. Siwad, wife cf a rich ibankcr of A. G. Boycj, Jr.,ui'.lllti.iiro ranchman lind Its still muru Bjnea-tlo&vadkis tan'glvt iwlwn J. D. Snuad tie husband shut ami killed A. O. By?, St., foi'Jiir of Uu man who , elopt with h'.s wif-j-. Tli bJiouUni; occum A shortly nfier 9 o'clock in Clw lobby of tiho Mjtnapolt tan Hotel, crawdjd wiith ikji1o at the time, Snuid fitvl five lio'a t Uoyo, four (taking offost. Uu U'UJ n automatic and tlw buliits kjdgd in tlw nbdonwn ranging Ij.wwi the nival ami iw groin. SPOKE ONLY WITH UN. Boyce iwus sjitrjcllnUiulubliyuf Wi lioti-j- l a shoit distance from tlw iuaT.ii entrance, Suxul enti ml by (Iw nutu doorway. Ho neiur npoko li Boyos but in-- ed .wlitjM iut lits ivivohvr and firm?, ills fuit Hluat look offitf:, wtrllcing Dajpe in Una pit tsf tin stomach. Bojce Jtunjjjd niuil jilfclwd foraTis but at tlw snnw inutani n (vuIut ciocktd ai:d Uir-niorvj shots kuidtl in the nbdornan. Snt.ul flu by u Vtfil3 n trance luul nin Nntuan,' wiim he to Or.iral lwlio-- j o iimkn n suroculontl. Hiru!u9d statunent to y'jUijr iiMWpjp'r importers or police. The shooting cnm-- as a bg surprise to p xaaiM who have Iwon following tlw m&3 tiince tine HCimtilonal fii.sht of 3trs. Sni tul trad young Bayce frotn Fort WonJi on XovoAi 11. Sajid and ills wil&j Jlttlo mane tlian li W33k ago nff.jq'iod a iijconolkatian. and d to IVxas from Whunii) g wii :j slu ajid )imiiB Iloyw wV caugi'at, IJuyioo had This .nfturnoon (tliu ld-v just shcq idVd n giitAhig nil imllot-nvjagiilnat ii.s on dlsaniaad by t.h Counity At'orncj. 'miis,ittw Uiousht would end thu tunj. SEAItCH RXDHD IX CANADA. The wtopuniioit of Mrs. Snaid and aJrJtilon. aitraofrd ioung lloynvj tlirough'ju'. tit i country. Tho for the inlsdng couplo ux'mnd'Od from lwre ito S ljonls, tlionoo to Clilcaso. Atlac Ctty. Now York and finally sen-atonAma-rillo.rwi- th al Sn-'ad1 urn country diit'ri ijIamI in '"nJusa'tiloii to tlw wprk of tlw uclrool and to Ivo it such snpiiort as in Wwlr opinion it di sj.m, Debt Leads to Murder. London,, Ky., Jan. 13. Itjubfli Arthur was shot and IdlUjJ by Ljxniard Allan sni tlw hoin? of tJw formi-ir- , iKiar inLlijJ tlw Pulaski county llnio, ,firt-wmon wnst of hjro.today. Tlu over u sniaM amouirt of con ctnainn which AUi cla'mod Arthur mvd Jilm. if nays Allun claims wwi. Ho that An'Jiur mynckiid fcAm AUi an ax own nnd Uiat 1ij fir.d to wivu Iris life. Arthur rcculvod a buH-.in Uii ataia-uJ- i hours. and only llvuxl a nulghbors nnd Tliw two nioii wrro married. Alien has sunt ward to Shvrif Ssovlll-- i UiaX bo will Uj in Iradou tomorrow p bunvndt.iri d Tlw A. S. of E. nwt at itlw Grovo lasrf W.jdn.isiday .in'sht for tlw fiirst time in mbaut cfght monl 'li3 anid o'uet- 1 History of Local Lodge of Woodmen. V breai'ihe it cu'oud iln a iliTurany columai. Thait was thi3 exaiUng fcjai'juna of coasting nnd was indulged in mostly by Mw iboys of daring and ittfyjlwa obtlirjs. "GrJt out of .the (way!" he shouts and ibang goij3 the skid on tho ') n tt ,'lf-dv- tv Baltimore Wins. Tlw Diinocratdc National CJanmilt-t.- v aalv'ct'L'd Bal'ilinone as tlw goiiVH.--tion as tlu ilato of Ui.j nutionnl stlinrlns iwlin candldii s for I'resWunt and Viao Pw ld.nt will bi aljctjd. 2 cit. Jun) ,waa fixvd HARTFORD ATHLETIC Bt oti'nig IW.. Smith, RM3l-dan- t, J. Wlaan VI03 and Vlrall Drako, Sricnitairy Washing on, January) 13. Follow C. W. Rannyy TVtQouror. lng doss uin Uw alarming s'jaV.mwnt Mr. Earl 9nii:ih hoa ibouglut Ik-- Ausby mado yDsU-rdaiMaJor G.n.iral tin's fa mi., CoiiBCd.?fC('ilan $43. VUVani H. Canbjr, baforw Itlw Houna TJ113 fanm. rs ano )busyat,pr,Mji.li Commit;. on Military Affaire, iJiat rabbJt hunting. 35000 i.'ffiiiOMit Japaii))3 ioldijra aro Hosfiy, Hubdrit Faughf,1 Jl3iiirs. T. njw in H.iiwaM widy '.o wirust dhat Will Langfond, Evurytt Lanigford, Bill lnvaluabl-- lmssAUm from tllw Unliit.'d McCaslin, of were alttihla Equi Stn6 s, Ciho Var D inan'jnent admuttuJ ty mating night. today (ilimt. 1 irinlt? plans aij now Boc-to tho wdf3 of Ehus Buncbn a csmiw'.e do wiulp and rush an wvn.j fini 12 pound girl. Dc AUn division of troops ivavul'Kid io war phyuiolan. Stn.ngtih,, to ithos-- i Islands for School at thiJs vhai will Blow Frito day. wrvio?. I: was dvotdd 33iid five njstaHn's of Infantry, men Mr. J. J. Wilson and family ano of ifcho tiw..,lvo ompanl Jvtaruit.U io visiting in S'j'ect at prusmt. on-- i 130 m.m; avgiment of cavalry, Mr. EanI Smith and wife ana visitovary troap at full fighting sftiviigth; ing, Mrs. Smith's pairumits. flsld artikjry; oiw full ruglnwnt of Mr. Winson Sint'Mi was olyoted to lght oonipaniiys of coast antilii1',, U) U113 Magirjr Station of CromiMH Lodq bo s3jparatod tnom the mobile army; F. & A. M No. C92 at 'ths last uWc- one coniipany of coiliw rs and iw Uon. company cf J13 signal corps. All ars Mr. Everett Lnngford iwho has toni to b--j ajaamiwni.d by thu r.iicessary in the United SLat Anmy, is at stinJrary forca and undov diu d homo now. 6f a inajor gTn,rv,nI. PACIFIC SQUADRON SENT. GOOD jw olfilo-sis- Pndi lit, .1. nt ojih-man- ASSOCIATION ORGANIZED Ijn cf soM.ms mxit lias Will Equip Gymnasium and Or- nt conCunt It was funA r wdi li e.ji!idi!ng Co tsday tihat, a full divia- - Hawaii, tli ganize Basket Ball Teams Officers Elected. A nujdng of ilii IlarJond AJii tic Association was lwld in tho oouiu hou:o last Fnlday n'glit, Jia.ilni; nwt on Monday nlglu. uimwous and oljatoJ seivljary, t.niiiomry inudiljot and aoid :iiiJLni bd conunitiVu ito nv.'coniuiun to igowrn a CVMifiCdtu'dcji and y Uw body. In tlw absanoa of rmisddnut Oito C. Maiiuin, Mr. D. L. liylor oa'Aod tho liouso to ordtr Dy-LnToin-lirar- somt tht3 Pacific fcouadron of cirananed cruisers as woll. Th?; fsui Wg ships ara at Uw vms nt carefully engaged in makisig n ininuio sunvy of tihj coairt from a naval palmt of viuw.lt lw!ngt!ulrJ purpose to piiaIsi.Jy wlwre an ii. nsa-rta'.- Il'l.mltin Mnti it lli .t f.li.it nvmn It. rLi'.l Am Nrwtn .' f.hl.-- fVllth1l MMn. :lT. lnonis nxUirnioJ ngaiinat Boyco oliarg- rund tjlwft. A Ing abiluctdou, miM nipl!hd ivvin ti' ion lwo3 ininwcUait'ily fi for, but fcMs Gov. Colquitt nefnajd i lkry V dy un Ww gimut, as fot fxos baskjl j que'j!on of wiluoi hur cir nclt 51ns. was diuauikj nt fJw fjtniij feho mam mway lvxi.-by that 'boly,, and Mr. Bxvy l with lioyoi. CUnlulutun aPdijiiCia'js found L. Tajija- - was olLOJen for tliat isl-tilojvifuswd do Jiold hijr aftwr lur sano and limnwdi'ai'ioly ujxn ndjouraim'ant tho atrlval of liur liiuabund. Bojioa Iwos s .was lwjld a nif.v'ing of tho allowied to annouuiwd tliait and Jtb' "Mowing offjoneu wndoloot- lia would go to Albumin, AWJstMroi Canod:iMald nt 0. NViy Fastar; Secro-tar- y ada, and go into 10I113 wi'JiM lbua5nJ;a. McDowell A. Fpglj; Tiioasiurwr Young Bojto nMhinii iliw loOt Fort 1 O. Huutijr. Vorth canriod changj to thwuniunt Thaunttrtjsacand floor ct J. Cr liar's of $5,000 or $6,000 iln toaislu d groouny has bjjn avnUid ifo' a of Iwo'.vo months, and an cxooU-Fordsville Schoo. ?!otes. , gymnasium will ho Ifl'jUod iy. AlSohool is moving ion inUxily. laah-er- s ready tba ibaakot ball goals havo ibjn nnd HtAukuiitts uillloo aro utUlalng amungid, and as aaon as iK)3aible, a ovrory uffout to nulyj our eohaUl tho camploto Bi'mifmlam will bo InatalW, bost we havo over iliad. Hwry ono Is and a ankmdld baiskyt (ball taajm In itiha cnunmar itlnw t&uxx tho oxamvln-atlo- n fox busy jiraiaring jbcigln about too will I3 at leant twio baij ball teams. iwlnlah iiviUI Tills aneandzaMon la calcukutod to 17th.. tho do nifuoh good for itbe boys bind young The foUowJing a'judomts' from mom of thia town and atarnts off undor counity havo ontonad eanool Hi uoo Lho Holiday?; Mda Eual03 Shulltz Nar- - aplcmdJd luospoots, conisidcfftog aaatotanoe At lis gjt'iag firom Infikiem-rows; Evwatit Habhs, Ilanbiant; Eltc men, and will do much toward Innom WiblteaWHo; BaHaniy, felous axwiiaJ and iA)ialoul pt3iaki)tnig the Bellamy d BtiU Howard, i"ondavillk HJBMVI7n4' UK WM U. IllWti. R. R. . Quite a aumbar of new atiudkn ana itafmted at thte o&ualog of tbo Hprimg Mott SwciMfil Con 22, .' Wjfim, Smmry The mo wwciMftftil toy loom rats V. liixwany BotMkm ana Inaplan- - er to Kentucky ifar 1911 wati I. . bava Hooper, a. tvnsBfrna lyiqur Cfld boy of Tae F. B. W's. 14Mfdar. Uaton aooMty. He reoetved, aa & AfaHy dLvdtcWd. Dto a setor fcnd nrmmlum, a allvar cup valued t $60.00 ' ,; , 'HiMiT- - Heity. TbtaMsslora retaftaed Ho produoed twuaty-ffiteteraleW of . Jr V 'nnatminit nCHcara aed lve Jun- - com on a stasia ana of illta Itbe fcAkrwAug: Pwalket, otatt skrofHs oa tito .ore .was t ,10.00, thta price of oe com hvvla ;Vwiw bee pa t C5 oaefta a ibariiielt rraaWNMt, ftiy Lmwi, S(f . iv.td Smiid'u aJitrni ya Ind Indlct- - jl G?n. Cantor oxinxesid Jvgn.t today thai lt!s btatoinvait lud bjconw public. tron bins caUjd for tlw follqwing It Mas mad 3 In confiiwnoe baftaro tlw mlliiary conimlW?, lw eaild. Ewin n W1MM cljOKid us Din otoru for a ininiod at a:oigra,ilwr was Aarivd from tihe of aluMd jujiv'jIis, a until tholr room wh.U-- ho was giving his Iwatl- ltav-boon eljoU d; II. thall niony. As to Giou. Cartwr's opportunlt; E. SLlasliltt,, C. O. IluniVir, MoDimwuill t to is paintod MaaiUn,, Dr. A. B. X. Otto C. out tliait up to monrBis ngo lldl..iy, Ney L. Taj'lor and J, h3 was satlomwd In (hi flUIHitnines. Fo'jar. jus way Jiomo no iwdd a vlslc to TII113 MaTpjft1 of Uw Asaooia'lcn is un ra cibtalnox-wstknawljtdgiyln. Tto CoJiniiititoj on ConitlJtt'Jion :v-- I touted ond all of 1i!m ovjconim aida,Bona Vjlu unjiiiijnirjtiaiy adJi dj It was vool rJi2jt th a AatoaxMUni 1j s.owrn-- l by a Roaird of Dirootors,, Bjwn !ii nimili irciiiil n n.inmn.1 iMrintnur.ir. uh Uw An olec. n nMiibjp army oou'd land. So anxious is tho war DIKUtJn:n' (o rrnv rt fca jTani'c from bins known tdiat today S tau'ary of War St)ian3on conitnadilottd Oho aJa'tan-.in'- t madtt by Cantor as to idle iiiumbar of soldi kits Jn Hawaii. ILj d'd uat, hownjr,dcny that .t'liofull ulirtslcin pf trsops numbonlng mono than 13,000 Clsli ung man, Mij blggoi-j- t ncmiy lavor lmml d iby Wi,j UnJt.'d Stat-.to dls-Utunrt'itory, exc-jii- t in aatual idma of, wA-r- Is to tlilc(53 islaiias. Tlw ontro Infantry foroo aloniiwJllsiumbor Jap-anei- iii s nt g-J- 9.O0O. REGRBTS PUBLICITY. Blr-jotor- gofn-W,an- vjt-lo- nt Hawjdi. lllua'jraitlng tihngienwss wdlb, which tlw War D:'paiitaiwnt is onaWng Madj' for this ttnwrgoncy It is pjdiii'jcd out that witihin tlw ixist fbw days Gon. Has aivxtea fcliait a L43onara waaa. oannVjw Hat bhowiing the continuous term of survJaa In Wtehlmslton pf all officers aw Iwno ahould ba imnod. and S3ivt tp him. It ds undaratood that evwry oflfdwr who haa (bAln In WauMngtan ifor buo' than four yuans Willi b3 tianaBwiW, many of itwm going to Haiwall, (This naaii3 a ehalooup suoh as itlw War has not yiaars. wxpenikincod Un imany A Wonderful Offer. Read the Big Offox of The Rpub-ca- n on another paffa of thta teuo whenetfu you can got tbls (mpor, Thu PeoFanmor ft Stockman awl tho ples Popular Mcauthly, ono Jtruaoh, aim! a full else 10x20 crayon uakng- 27ltif meoit ALL lor $2.05. m LtfK Lad f avN Coldly fna FlajMtby wirtltMcaU. Grwr. to tiw .quick wit of Thomaa, a Qwilr odnetieen-yMar-okl u,li Nw Badtford, Maas., Jan. atudeat, 13. Arohio Ulptan coa-dem- OK' (Mhbs.) HAsh SobjooI e to a Alvlog talh leper cokey at Peaikaae tfclYienue ouTJter wrommn toe liwlarol, (jhe ,.i mMd aro aa mm aWa to lAfctaat: naaok tbe tslana to time tMa aifaer-boo- b to eaUngutaa a doe tbM, thfBat-n- 4 R. B. MARTJN, Bres.. to wlfte out lae wntlre viUifta, S. A. BJUTCHER, Twaa, AomIuhA (Communlcatod.) Tlw cluappys ar,3 coming! Whey will h3 lirjivj ticgiardlaas ot "ttiiiliiar condlddons, though fair ,w,cQWil.ir will insure h much Ian0i.r orowd. Major R. E. Ruasoll, Bitsrdct Manogar, has all Ui3 diadil work compklSed and Is now busy pushimig through tlie bundlej of application's flhat arni warning in at the ol (vun'jh hour. Peiirols-s'o- n has lnm granted to aaa.ipt Cashier Dunn Complimented. up to and including SatRookppint, Ky., Jan. 17. 0 flajtitar- urday, January 2WJh, at 1 ip. m. ing wa3 the showing taa.Hn byi tlho Oamd'.dod(53i can be exaimtaicd and upon thatr anrvi'al at "Hart-tar- d Rockport Daposiii Bank to to sSaok- hold-ar- s in annual s asuon thait Ijlwy and (will ibs ndni!V.ttad ta the highly praisod "tho Ooshtor, Mir. J. modling, v&xsra tihl3 but possible, should be dona bjfora reaching tih-- j R. Dunn, and the assis'ant Caiahder alty, as ihiere is much monk to be Mr. J. I. HosJck, for their hfticiancy In managiing the institutions affairs. do no on (hat day. The capital stock was Inontfl3ad fawm on arKiangnwjniis lne comnuif.iu" to $18,000 and ulw follqWIing and reoepitdon aro on to itbijlr ins- - $15, ; siHp'ivo Jobs, and is;itoI,s mill jviad-li- y officers wjjro elected: W. P. IWir, Ponter Hunly, Vice Pineald-mit- ; rtfcognizo tho muanbers, as Iih y J. R. Dunn, CashLir; and J. j. 'Hcislck, will iwnur badgj. Col. J. H. Brtsw-e- r lanngj-rSttitia Louisville, Assistant Cashier. of will arrive "Friday evwiing bo (uko an act!v3 part in nsifctimg Major BRYAN'S CHOICE IS SUPPORTERS OF j'. Rus9.ll in. Jho imsparatlons en Cfimp No. 202 Hartford ROADS MET HERE will lwp open KERN AND O'OORMAN hous3 nt tho lodg1 rooms Saturday foronoon wh-.rcan didates will be obligafi:d and tho Would Saturday Afternoon and Effect pass-wor- d Swing New York and Inghien to thaso qualdfLod and vouch d for. Statu An Organization Plans diana and Capture Vote and District Headquarters wdll b3 opened in room 14, Commercial HiP Are Made. of Catholics. tel, this evening; wlwre lhoa3 honing buslnuss wlrJi Sta'Je or Dis13. Ttosa January. Washington, A Good Road QanntaiWon iwos trict Manager, can apply. Tho Woodman of the World of wbo. are in position to undBrstumd liuld In Hartford, Ky., on Saturday, pnew wo'i Who naal bant til W. J. January 13, 1912. Houso was cadtad District No. 9, ave in .line for an tr at, a3 amamghsmionta Bryan's mind ar-- saying to ordijr by Jlr. L. B. iTfcohonor, who ihat"hls was elect d as pn tiiiwat Df tBw tniijtin have b wi madii to ham Dr, Sohliih, pn.s'.denital iti'lct is John W. Kern, Lxdurier of Omaha,, ot IndiarBiJolIs, for Preialdeint, and and of the organilza&on. Tim n3it the Nailcnal Ho will arrivo ,wiith Senaitior James A. O'Goininam, of Nfjw' was tho idlao'dou of sjanltuD and Nb., iment. driliegaiton OmJiHiboro M ssais. Wt'il Rli,oadis and B. F. Bjan Uw about York, tor Ha has He will also l3oiuno made no public wore ii'3niLr.ni'iad. Vciio bIng taken noon Saturday. cxpiwsslon of the rsulijed in Mr. Boan's clxtlon. at OwwiBboro on Sunday, January choto?, butt Itihe etory is tihait hie reordi-.iInitrmut of the BtrongieBt gards this as the Busi!iw"s h lng pnoo edisd iwii'ih,, an 21st in tiw ticket tiluat can ba'put in itihe field. ablo and ins'jructivo italk wus mad3 Following is the program: ' Paroxle ait 1:30 p. m. conisldatinig b Judsa R. R. Wadding. TWs talk a In the niaititiar of Addn.ss of Welcome Otto Mar natlontul tickieit, JLr. Bryan Eaild by was foJIowrd by slreiit e!3jIks ta upt. of Scliools Hnny Lach, T. L. tin, Camp 2022:00 p. m. ho (taking into earolul ' canuidiariafioni Aiulaiisoin, J. A. Johnson and L. B. Camp the facit that Pxoaldynit Slicmiant, ReiilxHioa Lonnio Tb.fi ha a 2G0 2:20 p. in. THclV3tior and W. H. Rhaadj. strong hold on the Cn'iholics of the Amplified Centering Prowatlon country. A coanmltto compos d ot Jtj3or3. Is a Senator CGorman No. 202 Catholic, and it Is biilJevod his nomiR. R. Wuddung,, Will Rihaadis nnidT. Dwgn.o by Hantford Camp 3:00 p. m. h. Aindi cs'in was appointed to Xu'Jlydii nation would I3 pkjaalag to mi:m- Confienning Vijtigat-- tlw mafJoa' ot omMmtng betSubHn3 n.iareo cf bers of that ohunch. No. 260 sila'io tor ncads, tho equipment u.vn&xuryt Morning, iMcHonry Camp .The also tak-3lacaition ot atone, If any in this coun- 4:00 p. m. in to conisid'rattom the nieosKity Jjeatjuna .by Dr. Schli 7:00 p. m. ty, co3t of obtaln'jnig stoma, U'jc. aftj;r the pivotal of looking ot OCfilo-.r- e Public iJia'allaioav conning batons of Staites. No funtlnar bus'jivJ : .. th,3 AsiAclaitlon It raias adjoiwirfJd to tdw vanious Camins in thu DiLaWot moat In llantfond on Soi'iuixlay, Fab. 10. 8:00 p. m. Niece of Lincoln's wife dies Russjll Major l3ic(rvr(3 anuch A fpaolail iMltaition Is eUxou Do each. Sanitarium. studious bind painsniasdstiraitio of Uhla coura'y to 3 pivs-uii- lt credi't (for the Lexington, Ky., January 13. Miss hois madi3 lw aft itdH3 ni3t miadtlng, Fkjbnuany taking artrarugonunitLs Many Todd 10. Jit Is ftlw inii tntdcin to tnJn:yt tlw for tlio moetlug. Its Is a (splendid Sualo E.. Todd, a nicpe of Lincoln, wife of Piv&demt Abraham iiLagla'jrQJtca in tlw work his tii& bo lodge mau of verctaltfle tajcita, and ImiYu'u-- t has leXt nothing unoi'ltiendied to In Lincoln, died today ot High.years.Oaks ouKCuwd by thi3 AasacCatlon. Saniiitaailum, ag-jf t'on its also glvitin do uwanypu to bo his effont to makie itbiiis caw of tihe ineatlniga ithie iW. O. W. Nt&irly cnviny ataitie ,dn tlw anea!'.Ht pnjstanit. Old Citizen Dies. Union, has staaied itbe Good Read folks hiaMo ihaid In aieoomt ytarsj WIP Rockport, Ky., Jan. work, and Ktini'ucUy and Ohio bounllam WJlcox, ogjd 81 years, one of John B. Rogers Dead. ty ehould not bta hoihlnd In tii)3WOJik. oldest and lxpt known women of LattohSIield, Ky., Jan. 15. John B. tho Ohio coumty dtod tit hbr home in the Notice of Dissolution. Roguns dwd hfjro of aineunnonlia, Mr. Ppnd Run, neighborhood, Tui6dayot Rogers fanmerly took a pramlnwnt Hantford, Ky Jan. 15, 1012. tocldt-u- t In old aga Bi46V- Ohio part la county ppH'ttcs, aarvtlog a term troublte Ncitktt of dissolution of bh.3 hier Ihushankl she ia surviivied by two County Court Clerk. For tlw last as Oouaty Supply Compamy. ohildron. Mr. Bryant .Wiiaox, a PoJ'otloe is hrareby glMem thait the Ohio ton ywara h,3 had been ooumty manager liceman of Qetnttal Clity, and Mrs. IncorpMrat-o- d, tor too Cumboriaoad ToViphouo Com- County Supply Company, Bmtly Aoton, wife ot Rv. T. J. Aotou . I and panyj Ja closing up ibsbuslnas, Iwuru of Oiaton. Tho futuml riftea will b-- d!solive by unaniraoua conojnd conduoUd at the Pond Run dhusvh Coastiig and Its Glories. of ail this atockholdon. whiLoh tho nsnaiua mxv Interrr.d rpm the after Tho (ollofwtag taton AH pensona having clabms against I in the Pond Run ctanix&w. JounntaJ, Uoaina the tho aAd Ohio County Supply Ooon-pan- y, CoJumbus (O..) (haviitajr boon IwinW'ioin by Its oarmarka of will presant toe aamne to Preaddent, R. B. Mamttn,' at hto ptfioa Col. E. B. W4ttaan ftxmwly xH bpnto; It: la Haetfora, on or before ahe Btrst yourSubscrip- - J-apall w "During Hha day of March, 1912, or tftse (fee cMm boy bad out ittuar Woda mtX HA a will ba ftxtfvter banred. and tion To-da-y dual of aaaatiag. Tbisne da &o tmtacKy All persona bnowkia; fcbamfcelvaB ot youtb aa aAoTtoua aa ahet apart. to (Una aadd Ohto Couatty save ns comioc ia Nobody evw tbouajbt thai KJae fucu ot will pkaaeoaU and Mae awae wltih R. B. Martin, at aHdimc dawn hill was to to-- rtlaahlttvit, This means et anudaiag damfabed by ttoe tafcon has offce ta H&fltford, Ky. yon in OHIO COUNTY SUPPLY COMPANY, back mrtM Toe awMfc aad eshttwurtlng Joy ot Sy OTTOC. MARTIN, Seoy. 1 a slip.,ry hillside,, with the boy's tag stretched far a.irm Kh3 sled In the endeavor to glde it, ibut, falling, off ho runi3 into a Iboy h. ire.lonocka one down theiie, and turns anoi'jhar uad for ond out in ttoe snow. Oh, buA it was glorious! Ore can In ar Cahat jxill oiat. If imun would do that, to one airioflher In the gnoiwn-iu- p world, there .would be fighting and madr.lxis nil itihie l'jaw, but in thi3 boy world It betangud to the ibeautiiful Banalities of llfia. To this day ie tialoe off our. hat to Vbo "h illyHbusi ier." Cclumitius Journal.. n PjvjV-Idsnt- , Sait-urda- 3 Kern-O'Gorm- an cafixi-'till- y 1- - ii d iity-thin- ee .17,-fl- kItls. 3 f)AY 1 I Bet-td- it if after yoi are . ' . a wmA part ot a boyla BpeeBoe, aaa MM aaaiapry. aever yraw a'.ale (a Mm NAtOaKdoiwiitfaie tiUlrirto a I t&&POOL H Hf if M FLAME tylOUIS JOSEPH COTYRICHriOO mfmmm VANCE tK.3fr L-jH- .3i2EBMH W alld, will 1 provide yon wlln Che funds you require." Thank ye." Their hands met. "Good night, Monsieur O'Rourke." "Good night. . . ." Hnlf way to the door, Des Trebes paused. "Oh, by tho way," ho exclaimed carelessly, "I believe you nre Cham-brc- t a friend of my old school-fellow- , mon cher Adolph?" "Tls so," assented tho Irishman warmly. "Tho best of men Cham-brct!- " ivvjS'VL-u-- . Cy mi MUlSfoSErH iiwii yMKZ( iiw.Mir wcrconie. ho. M afc:vs: , SYNOPSIS. T. The story opens at CHAPTER Monte Carlo with Col. Tcrencp O'Kourke In his hotel. O'Rourkc, a military free lance nnd something: of a Rambler, Is dressing for appearance In the restaurant fcolow when the sound of a girlish voice Leaning fringing attracts his attention. out on the balcony he sees a beautiful suddenly disappears. He rushes girl who to the corridor to see a neatly gowned form enter tho elevator and pass from eight. "Not to my knowledge," said CHAPTER mind Is filled with thoughts of the girl, and when lio goes to the gaming table he allows his remarkable winnings to accumulate Indifferently. He notices two men watching him. Ono Is the Hon. Bertie Olynn, while his companion Is Viscount Dcs Trebes, a noted duelist. When O'Rourko leaves tho 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 TIT.-- At his room O'Rourke. who had agreed to undertake the mission, nwnlts the viscount. O'Rourke finds a mysterious letter In his npartment. The viscount arrives, hands a sealed package to O'Rourke. who Is not to open It until on the ocean. He savs the French government will pay O'Rourko 2",000 francs for his services. A pair of dainty slippers are seen protruding from under a doorway curtain and the viscount charges O'Rourkc with having a spy secreted there. CHAPTER III. As he stepped out of the lift Colonel O'Rourko remarked a light In his room, visible through tho transom over the door. "Tho femmo de charnbre," ho thought. "Suro and tho poor thing's Btlll busy trying to clear up. , , ," To the contrary, ho found tho door fast. "'Tls careless sho was to leavo tho light on," ho observed, fitting his key in the lock. If thoughtless in that one way, the woman had fulfilled tho letter of her word in tho other. It was with comprehensive relief (slnca ho anticipated a caller) that he found the room onco again presentable. I But ono thing surprised him; and more surprising still was tho fact that his ordinarily indifferent eye should havo detected it at tho first glance. Ho had indeed hardly entered before ho became awaro of a square of whlto paper tucked In tho corner of the bureau mirror. "The dlvvle, now!" he greeted it. "That's curious. . . . Could ono of mo many admirers havo bribed tho femmo do charnbre to bring a note to Ho chuckled, holding to tho me?" light a much soiled envelope, grimy with the marks of many fingers, that?" with stamps and black with "As soon as you aro at sea away jpostage marks and substituto from France, Monsieur." having evidently been forO'Rourke considered tho envelope warded over half the world before it doubtfully. "From you, monsieur from 'reached tho addressee: who was, tho Government of France, which you In a bold hand, "Colonel Terence represent," ho said at length, "yes; lOTlourke." I will accept such a commission. Ho whistled low over this, examin- France," ho averred simply, "knows ing it intently, Infinitely less concern- me; it wouldn't bo asking mo to do ed with Its contents than with tho anything a gentleman shouldn't." manner by which it had reached him. "You may feel assured of that," The first postmark seemed to be that agreed Des Trebes gravely. "Indeed, I of Rangoon, the original address, tho venture to assert you will find this Cerclo MHitalre, his club in Paris. let us say adventuro much to your Thence, apparently, it had sought him liking. . . . Then ou accept?" In Galway, Ireland, Dublin, Paris again, "One moment a dozen questions, r.nd finally after half a dozen other by your leavo. . . . When must I (addresses "C. of Mme. O'Rourko, Ho- start?" tel Carlton, London." Tho London "Tomorrow morning by tho Cot. postmark was indecipherable. . . . d'Azur Rapide, at ten minutes to He found himself trembling violent- eight." ly. By ono hand alone could this "And where will I bo going?" have reached him, since the post had "First to Paris; thence to Havre; not brought it to Monte Carlo. . . . thence, by tho first available steamer, He recalled that woman's voice which to Now York; finally, it may be to had eo stirred him, tho woman of tho Venezuela, monsieur." Cabino whose bearing had seemed to "Expenses?" jblm so familiar. . , . "I will myself furnish you with funds Some one tapped on the door; ho sufficient to finance you as far as smothered a curse of annoyance, and New York. Thero our consul-genera- l .went to answer, thrusting tho letter will provido you with what moro you llnto his pocket. may require. It Is essential that your A page nunounced Monsieur lo connection with this affair shall be Comte des Trebes. kept secret; should you draw on tho "Show tho gentleman up," snapped government In this country, it would lO'Rourke. Ho was about to add, "in expose you to grave suspicions, perhaps to danger." "I understand that," assented tho Irishman. "But to obvlato all danger of mistake, would It not bo well to havo one of your trusted agents meet mo on tho steamer and provido mo with whatever yo flguro I might require? 'Tls barely possiblo your eneral might not recognize mo In New York. Why should he? I never heard his name, even." Des Trebes meditated this briefly. "It shall be as you desire, monsieur. It shall be arranged as you suggest." "Finally, then, what is to bo my recompense?" "That must depend. I am authorized to assure you that In no case will you receive less than twenty-fiv- e thousand francs; in event of a successful termination of your mission, the reward will bo doubled." " 'Tls enough," said O'Rourke with a sigh; "I accept." The Frenchman rose, offering him the envelope. "You must pledgo yourself, monsieur, not to break these seals :Thi Frenchman Rote, Offering Him until you aro at sea?" Envelops, the "Absolutely ot course." O'Rourke five mlnuteB," when Des Trebes him-sel- f took tho packet, weighed It curiously In his band and scrutinized tho seals. appeared. "Anticipating that message, mon- He remarked that they were yet soft sieur," be said, moving Into view and fresh; the wax bad been hot withfrom one side of the door, "I took the in the bait hour. "I will do myself the honor of meet(liberty of accompanying this boy. I ing you at the train to see you off, monm late, I fear." O'Rourke forced a nod and.fjnllA.j2i sieur,". jB.aJ.dDes. Trebes. "At tbatJlme. plas-'tered consul-g- The Frenchman consulted his watch. "Ten minutes late, monsieur; It la ten past midnight." "Then," said O'Rourke, "the top o' tho morning to ye. Enter, monsieur." Ho stood aside, closing the door his guest. "'Tls no matter; if I thought yo punctual, 'tls so yo aro .. to all Intents and purposes. . A chair, monsieur." Ho established Des Trobes by a window. "And a cigA drop to drink? arette? As ye will. . . . And since 'tis to talk secret business that we'ro here would yo like tho door locked?" "That is hardly ossentlal!" Des Tre-be- s reviewed his surroundings with swift, searching glance. "Wo are at least secure from interruption; ono could ask little more." "True for ye," laughed O'Rourke. Ho moved toward the alcove. "Now first of all I'm to submit proofs of me Identity, I believe," he added, Intending to dig out of his unk a dispatch-bocontaining his passports and other papers of a private nature. But Des Trebes had changed his mind. "That is unnecessary, monsieur. Your very willingness is sufficient proof. I have your word and am content." "That's tho way of doing business that I like," assented O'Rourke heartily, warming a little to the man as ho turned back a chair facing tho "Besides, I quarrel with no ... man's right to bo reasonable. And now I'm at your service, monsieur." Des Trebes, lounging back, knees crossed, thin white fingers interlacing, black eyes narrowing, regarded the Irishman thoughtfully for a moment. Abruptly o sat up and removed from an inner pocket a long thin whlto envelope, thrice sealed with red wax and innocent of any superscription whatever. "Are you prepared, monsieur," he demanded Incisively, "to play blind-man- 's buff?" "Am I what?;' asked O'Rourke, startled. Then he smiled. "Pardon; perhaps I fall to follow ye." "I mean," explained the vlcomto patiently, "that I havo to offer jou a commission to act under sealed orders" he tapped tho envelope "tho orders contained herein." "And when would I bo free to open bc-hl- ... ... x "Odd," commented tho vicomte; "only this afternoon I was thinking of him, wondering what had bec6mo of tho man." "The last I heard of"hlm, ho was In Algeria, monsieur with somo French forco In the desert" 'Thank you . . ." On the point of leaving the vlcomto snapped his teeth on a second "Good night," and sworo beneath his breath. O'Rourke, surprised, stared. Tho Frenchman was standing stiffly at attention, as if alarmed. Ills pallor was, it possible, Increased, livid his closely shaven beard showing on his heavy Jowls and prominent chin. His eyes blazed, shifting from the alcove to O'Rourke. "Monsieur?" ho demanded harshly, "what does this Insult mean?" "Mean?" Iterated O'Rourke. "Insult? Faith, yo havo mo there." Speechless with rage, Des Trebes gestured violently toward the alcove; nnd O'Rourko became awaro that tho curtains wcro shaking wavering as though a draught stirred them. But there was no draught. And beneath their edge ho saw two feet two small, bewitching feet in tho daintiest and most absurd of evening slippers, with To ' nnntlntird.) an Inch or so of silken stockings showing above each. Caught in the Rain. Des Trebes' eyes, filled t with an exDouglasvllle, Tex. "Five years ago, pression unspeakably offensive, met the Irishman's blank, wondering gaze. away. Cardul baa stopped my suf-- I was caught In the rain at tho "It is, no doubt," tho Frenchman stammered, "sanctioned by your code to wrong time," iwrites Edna Rutherford, have me spied upon by the partner of of Douglasvllle, "aud from that time, your liaisons." was taken with dumb chills and fe"But, monsieur " vers, and suffered moro than 1 can "I compliment tho lady upon the thought smallness of her fct, as well as upon tell. I tried everything that I ankles so charming that I cannot bring would help, nnd had four doctors, myself to leave without a glimpse of but got no relief. I took Cardul, tho woman's tonic. Now, I feel bolter their mistress' features." Des Trebes moved toward the al- than In many months." Cardul docs cove. Thunderstruck, O'Rourke rap- one thing nnd does It well. That's ped out a stupefied oath, then In a tho secret of Its CO years of success. stride forestalled the man. With him Try Cardul. 2 it was as if suddenly a circuit had closed in his intelligence, establishing WHAT PUZZLED THE NEWSBOY a. definite connection between tho three now four mosf mystifying incidents He Didn't Understand Primary Causa of the evening. Could of Trouble, but Mote-ma-n "Less haste, monsieur," ho counHave Told Him. seled in a voice of ice. His hand fell with almost paralyzing forco upon 'tlv It was a very busy hour on Forty-secon- d other's wrist as ho sought to grasp street, and tho traffic "cops" the curtain, and swung him roughly back. "Yourself will never know who's were having their hands extremely there whoever tho lady may be. . . . full, relates the New York Sun. Just as things were starting along, after Ah, but no, monsieur!" Maddened beyond prudence, Des a complicated blockade, a llttlo newsTrebes had struck at his face. boy dropped, a quarter, and darted O'Rourke warded off tho blow and In out info tho street after It, under tho what seemed tho .same movement noso of a motoriuan who had just whirled the man round by his captlvo started his car. Tho Jndlgnant motormnn throw on wrist and caught the other arm from the back. Tho briefest of struggles entho brakes with a jerk. As tho car camo to a sudden stop an automosued. The Frenchman, taken at a complete disadvantage, was for all his rebile directly behind it turned sharply sistance hustled to tho door and to ono side to avoid n collision. It skidded, the hood coming under the thrown through It before ho fairly comprehended what was happening. startled noses of a pair of dray horsFree at length, If on all fours, ho es. One of tho front tires blew up scrambled to his feet to find O'Rourko with a loud report. bad shut the door behind him, calmly This was too much for tho horses, awaiting the next move. and they jumped forward together. In another mlnuto the heavily loaded "Haven't ye had enough?" demanded the Irishman as the vicomte, blind-dray was careening down tho sidewith passion, seemed about to walk, tho peoplo scattering In terror. tho attack. "Or aro jo wishful A lamp post was knocked over, nnd ,0 be goiag downstairs in tho samo the dray, thrown violently In tho othashion?" er direction, upset, Hinging a couple; Des Trebes drew back, snarling. of heavy boxes through a brilliantly lighted display window. "Yau dog!" he cried Then abruptTho broken electric lights fizzed ly, by an admirable effort, he calmed for a minute, then tho flimsy trimhimself surprisingly, drawing himself mings of tho window caught fire, nnd up with considerable dignity and throttling his temper as ho quietly adjust- In a few minutes tho clanging of tho flro department was added to the uped the disorder of his clothing. Only roar, tho in his eyes, black as sloes and small, full and In crowd extended for a block either direction. did thero remain any trace of his maWhen tho flro was out, nnd tho lignant and unqucnchablo hatred. wreckage was being cleared away, "I am unfortunately," he sneered, "incapable of participating in such the newsboy, with his quarter safe nway and startbrawls as you prefer, Colonel O'Rourke. in his pocket, turned I warn ed down tho street, murmuring to But I am not content. n "Gee, I wonder what you . . . My rank prevents mo from himself: arl dat fuss!" punishing you personally; I am obliged to fight gentlemen only." O'Rourke laughed openly. Fool's Name Lives. "But I advlso yon to leavo Monte The last struggle of the Moors reCarlo before morning. Should you against tho power ot the Catholic main, or should you como within my kings has been the topic of many a neighborhood another time at what- romanco nnd poem, and Boabdll, tho ever time I will kill you as I would a miserable rebel, the tool of women, rabid cur or cause you to bo shot." the traitor, has becomo a hero at tho "There's always the coward's al- expense of bis brave father and still irishman. braver uncle, merely because it was ternative," returned tho "But yo mustn't forget ye've only tho be who surrendered the keys ot Graono leg to stand upon In society your nada to Ferdinand and Isabella, and notoriety as a duelist. And I shall because as be looked for the last tlmo tako steps to see that yo fight me e upon the towers of the Alhambra, he sunset. Elso shall all Europe stood "crying like a woman for the kingdom be could not defend like a know ye for a coward." Behind the vicomte the lift shot up, man." paused, and discharged a single pasWhat a pitiful successor to the senger. As swiftly the cage disap- great Abdur Rahman Almanzor, or peared. even Al Ahmar, the founder of Boab-dll'- s Out of the corner of bis eye, house! Yet the average reader, O'Rourke recognized the newcomer as If be knows of the Moors at all, knows an old acquaintance, and his heart of Boabdll. The great names ot Moorswelled with gratitude while a smllo ish history have been forgotten that of rare pleasure shaped itself upon the name of the rebel and traitor may bis lips. He had now the Frenchman live. H. C. Chstfleld Taylor's "The absolutely at his mercy. Land ot the Castanets." "Captain von Einem," be said quickly, "by your leave, a moment of your time." Insect Bit Costa Leg. The man paused stiffly, with the A Boston man lost, bds Jog tnom tho square-se- t and erect poise of an officer blto fncin an inajct ibwo y.ana beot the German army. "At your service, fore .To avert such ciartamttlefc from Colonel O'Rourke," be said in impecstings and bltr.s tit lnsoota use Buck-Ion- 's cable French. Armlca Salvia imomptily to kill But the Irishman bad returned undivided attention to Des Trebes. "Mon- tho poison and pnovnnit lufbunofon, sieur," be announced, "your nose an- awioUlng and pain. HU birnl, boils noys me." And with that be shot out uloeris, piles ocKtoa ouiia Unujlscl . JlWil &n4 seized, the offensive mem- - Only 23 cwute ojt all dirug-sisfm blue-black lf d re-lebo-gu- a strong and capable thumb and forefinger. "It has annoyed me," he explained in parenthesis, "ever since I first clapped me two eyes upon ye, scum ot tho earth that yo are." And ho tweaked tho noso of Monsieur lo VIsconito des Trebes, twenk-cIt with a will nnd great pleasure, tweaked It for glory and tho Saints; carefully, methodically, even painstakingly, ho ffnended nnd pulled and twist-cIt from sldo to side, cro releasing It. Then stepping back nnd wiping his fingers upon a handkerchief, ho cocked his head to ono sldo and admired tho result of his handiwork. "'Tls nn amazingly hnppy effect," ho observed critically "tho crimson blotch it makes against tho chalky complexion ye affect, Monsieur des Trebes. . . . And now I fancy yo'll fight. Your friends may call upon mlno here Captain von Elnem, with your permission." "Most happy, Colonel O'Rourko," assented the German, blue eyes sparkling In an immobllo countenance. "I shall await the seconds of Monsieur dcs Trebes in my rooms." The Frenchman essayed to speak, choked with passion, nnd turning abruptly, somewhat unsteadily descending the staircase. O'Rourko laughed briefly, offering tho German his hand. " 'Twns wonderfully opportune, your appearance, captain dear," said he. "Thank yo from tho bottom of me heart. . . . And now. will yo forgive mo excusing mo-seuntil I hear from yo about the affair of tho morning? I've a friend waiting In me room here. , . . 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It (s lvpr-yU Somo that iilsliUyii yaw lj tin iigyflg-H- l most Miltabtj for Uk 1j:m1 tqwvs. It In tho law of all is felibonliiK B'i.is Uj r 'ilw coul nnd :ilu Im.v- and tho.' i.t!iun count u npil)lng for1 maiTjasi illojik3 in i.m.,uck aro re j sure thei'o aro no narrow il3oi fused hjcmi?y (tho girl is imdjr twriniy Oiv? f Jr .'j!w kjwxw U onowHl through. oay ywirs old ami ha3 tiJttihocaiiacj'.iit j.un may eaiuy rJio losi u.f u Iamb of h r i.io"nitu or guardian, Wiyy go to ami Limb. or ibeuh r an .ulJoliii.nK S'n'w nnd aro marrfod Do not try to vlntvr Mi cows uJiJi-o- wWi th. i suit tliat Kyiutucky loy ts Uiy il ivml gnmln. Wlhtit bran, numasM liccaso and Uiy noupkti aiv will Jj3 tournl Valiunblo. cLissjd as runaways and oIojkjps. not Tlio caw your neighbor ilaji want (to s 11 Is thy uiw you Want to No Slavery to Work. buy. Got around itluls dlbnuna by ru'.s Dosklns, Va. Mrs. Mary A. Vandyko. Ins tiliat kind yours if. Coins to thy phon ovnir toy imd3 lu a lottcr from Dcsklns, saya: "I wiMi Binoath ehoos jnay ruin your beat had serious fomalo troubles, lasting 40 days at a tlmo. I was eo weak liorio. WotfUng Mm) hoofs wli'ili a tiiwuig-- j could hardly walk, eo I tried Cardul. and cljarn waitor uvory day, w tftnply Soon I was hotter. Now, I am woll." dining each, foot dnto a pail otwnbjr, If you euffor from any form of womanly palu or woakmcis tako Cardul, will lco.iii Ww fat from beaming dry- A lionaj's to ith gyt out out of at tho womnn's tonic. Cardul will lift oonditdon as j tidily as do your own you out of tho misery and wearlnnoss IHucch caused by womanly weakness, and Nowadays wbon one of our gttcis off fod, wu alt ouyj look to his help you to soo tho bright eldo of Your dniciiieta noils iVcjbh ehilng aiy utlmir (ultf.it- - life. Try k. 3 it meat. With the Live Stock. iwihuai bran in the rai'iion y cut-y.l ft.jn U-- ut conn-suH- uil-nw- al 1) c-1- V,l'h ,tho bogilnjiiins Df Miinficir lihoro Is teas wpirk for thy hoiisi, and lio stand ddte In tilio siuhly HumyUni for days togutlijur. To wvold EcrRrnut&, kyeip tho iegs of Ww luotrsw fn.y ftwin mud, and bhy etalla clean and dry. A hojuo 1s a ewd di.tiS llko n iniui. If you kucii him ibuudlud up In fci luxivy blank, in tho baimi, by Will bj ulanxwt' frozen iwihwa ypu tcikb liitai amt-odoors. You would net lu'inlc of wtjar-- , lug an orancoujt in tliy Ikowhh, would you? If you blanJout your liansy at f- all In thy etublo,, Left light stably blatikyt it bo iwtltih ' Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S C A SJT O R I A Aid This is Leap Year Too. Frankfort, Ky., Jan. 10. Rypnoaan-- an Anwilcan .who had acmilrud thy guiHtoting habit bouaiuy rtlssajttsCied with tho n;iii!K.;r4ii Mbiali too Wfl8 being timtyd In a o.uitada Iiu'mI and tir ed a aliot at tha inartur. Wo ana by itlw oibly ttot Itihio poat-jat oncw .rati into una stiroot and eum- moniad tliy policy, itliy nesaiit Iwlng tlmt Mie Atrionleoji was bqso'ised In his room. Th uw ho continued to rtnoot, a but luvonfeuully hy was captuflad, bo badly woumcLd that his recqviary was oonaldoMd doubtful. Thy iijinBirtoblo thing about the affair wa "thfct tho policy wjna ablo to fill thy bdUaur- aw iwwinoitt nraunduig lani)1ao4y cto Wo havo ivwciaiity boo Heed- ing dAtgartKB to Gwwmy to r The Gun Toter in Germany. Owr In Germany, tlu atlwr day. Y atuciyt odfl. O.mmoa x- Indufltmfel 1 tW1ta vMLa!.! tuUvio Adam Bpahu, of iDiuavlUe, will 4T,., wampum jo ... rBMBHjHaaa inia Introduoo in Una Legislature a bill pro for ithy purpose of Ending out bow canacmit of H to dxil with vtldiios thtajt the ago of who. canry ifnjoialy to mainry be taxi ajt Ohloago RocordilloraW. Why not Band Bama rauth. of ...... otir L .9 J ( ) i dbij.u. pplo gtt p..-t- ,- ie Have you a photograph of a Wife, Daughter, Mother, Sister, Husband, Son, Father, Brother or loved one you would Crayon? We will enlarge it for you absolutely free. like to have enlarged in best life-si- ze Send us $2.05 for The Hartford Republican one year, the Farmer and Stockman, of St. Louis, Mo., one year and the People's Popular iW onthly one year, and we will send you absolutely free and postpaid, a full sizo 1Gx20 crayon enlargement of any one whose photograph you will send us. One head only to be shown on the enlargement. We do not make groups. We will return the photograph the same time the enlargements are mailed and explain to you fully how you can get one of our high-clas- s picture frames free. ' OUR BIG OFFER t to us this house says: "Our artists are so proficient and our methods so painstaking that we give the broadest kind of a guarantee that any reputable pic- In a ' tnrn hmisn nun mitlre firm that, nrninnts j w t.hnrmiirhlv nnrl rrivpa vnn rnnfirlminnw in Rpllimr ." ., . m VM v V v..v w..v fr w www, vnn ...w w g3.. j J w..Q. This extremely low rate is made to introduce these portraits in this unty. After they have been introduced and the people have been able to see the high-clas- s work, this offer will bo withdrawn. Therefore, send in your order today now. Beforo you put down this paper fill out the coupon below, attach it to th holograph you want enlarged and either mail to us or bring it with $2.05. Don't put this oft one moment tomorrow or next week may be too late. -- "--. These Portraits are xnadeby one of the Largest Portrait Bouses in the United States. letter , mmm wai Address aJl Orders to TJTese tlnis Coupon Date TIE REPUBLICAN Hartford, Kentucky. WAS "LULU" OF A THE REPUBLICAN, Hartford, Ky. Enclosed find $2.05 for which please send me your paper 1 year, the Farmer and Stockman 1 year,and the People's Popular Monthly 1 year. As a present for my promptness you are to send me postpaid a crayon enlargement from the photograph attached. My name is , My address New or old subscriber? PARSON'S WIFE bttvlk has l.nst.i IikIah, Uiai conn iiijujr hut ono b k.ii Iwiten, and Hiat was toy a Wuyuo ooun'y (W. Va,,) It a mir3 or two. fanjr who tbnlt ho Thio Waj'Ui farn.T ndd ,l.-oi'- s I Farm Topics. 1 Orango Judd Farmur. KICK OUT THE MIDDLEMAN. Many (people have b.tsm Held to lieve that during theste I hiishHcoslt-of-llviag-tfin- FIRST INTENDED be- runaway borse than to hold tde Fussy folks etrarji fo'i-g- ua Itjhe fotrmiens DtorJod lids Former Kentucky Minister Thinks oft r Jt lmd He comU n h'jj Pinring find oonvj up liu was imbuing CV-d- s Has Grounds For a Divorce. tlnrcuslh ouo of his and lVan., January 17. Tho Ufo of too cafo prtm-mono atiraotavo than Urn qutt llfu if a minister's WiXijand, nifturn number of thrilling cssiradus, tiw Wit hiim,ac-cordiCn tho to the divorce suit of ttotj lUsv. WiUkwu iQr.l--t against LouJao Bootb Cranio, of Mt. Mrs. Omfi!u was In Sterling, Ky. uf count confpting for Uik) (xmis-ton- i son. tbcdr edxiyuar-ol- d Aire. On.niio claims to too a direct doewndont of itaiuU.il Boone. Mamnlud Nov.nbur 23, 1U04, at iMt. Starting, thicy lived far Uin jvnrs on ths North Side of Pititaburg, Mfodru thu tlhu Jmd tdinrge of Rev. Mr, Gnjr.la church Observatory Hill Clurl'j-'aShe luflt .April 28, M09. Ho ewld hits wife would go away train homuj and stay out all night, and, f rwiiuenitly ho found tor at lu cafcs ami uMadied wJiijh bur to nwnd hor ways. One, tn'ghit, jwhjan th.iv baby was n year old, ho tostjfiod.hls wCite stayed out all miighit and caimo beano tilio msxH monolng at 10 o'clock wihlltftie wsus in OVy Dltiecirtvu church pruachlng. Prod WilU toa'ulfuod bo had lockud up Mm. Onjrto onoe when hur husband wan in liad caught her witn niaroh of 1909. 'Kw husband idxiaidl itghx, wiith ha wifo'jo du vtiait v,m and ahe iwus dlsahongod. On ana'lir oocaaloni!iiio officer tu!d tlutt Mi. Crunlo McIvmI Uuo window out of a tuxloxb whan hur iiuband wanitrd Jwir 4p go hnw wl'Ji ton aflttcr slio was found diilnkhiig du a cafo wKli a young man. Pittsburg, lure of the faat ng particular TJLE COVERED BARNYARD. annarwl to bo of a variuy and wus much moiu THa ntvtjjrnA Imr.m'irH lix thplfi'y in oiicaRancu tton ha othv.ii' j oonulng into favor as a cammoidiity to atalUs. OuU.irn)lci'ng to see what U tho farmer audi datriymaa. Built In anj wpuld amount to lue Bt.uck n ouvj loiis'h and d!m?nEilons ket!n.tl, in thie with iwJiich Jw was walking in fthls dairyman and faruwr has ground, by tihu sialk. Hi wjntt. his his cattilo iniauraaatosi.alltniok'tni.inc way and jmvct thought to notice of tho wvjai&hfr at aH fclni33. Thoug-cf tliat confjuM amy nicavi loft out da thie yard for oxot&u, no ANTillo until about eathurins (dnm. Ba(tJXi maCT wlhaft lih sason, Hhie posaliig through tlw fluid (his aittiJdttoi aru umlur wvs dlnmtiod to a stalk that corned The mamure also is loft to itihie bas. to havo a gnctit nunibetr of cans on it pos;illo condition and can be hauled tihi en off. and hu wimt to liskinig Cniter durtoig tihj any dlacovneid ono a'jalk tluut ha-im- Hbedi'-o- r. rich. This is a Amanlcan farnur cents on the co&sumors Uallarj So thene sems to be BOBWltihlns- wrong AVe nWid Boanijihiing to bnlng the fanner and ttjhie food closer tagctfiier togilbtM"- - Tho man that will deviiise anoh rooajnswltl be mono than on lavantox a beniefoc-to- r ot the kind that has not lived for yi.ars. Sau'tlhonn Fnulit Gnqwer. PAYING DOUBLE. No one bwsrnudgnB (Que foinmier has the present proqpenl'iy. But tfhwi city oomsumh.ir has to pay double as mucin as the former guts, tihon he (s aam-whiro- . ccti-sum- rir ncie m&okien Ldiea. Tho hardly tivetragieB 40 gyng WAS SWITCHED and so, too, does tie After Failure To Get Married Bat Bride-To-B- at iittWe iihir.173; e Finds Another And Knot is Tied. Ho fdmishkd ibitt job and WiKn countod out at it Is thj'.n.ioiL full gr.xwin cturs, Uiddes bjv-ei"nubbins." Ho (ban ncnra.ni(bMr-e-d hauled out ul fitaw pnoi.r Khait It Elhoulid hi to ibbe city as it oasts the farmer to into itlue fikilds, as It dodJ produce them. Tine cost of transpora itlwjt Ido had marked ihe ctalk by not freeze undnr oowr, whdeh Is tation and distribution is inordinate hwlnig s'juok his canu nearby, it in great advantage In its&lf. and oanfcrlbuti.s mone to high prices Umj ground, nnd on Ki'ng tlho ctuw Tdio straw also is uUMzud tothi3 than the farmer's prospnoitty doas. Whotihur lw Baltilmaiie AnLcnican. a'iU qtandilng, ho .was very best advan'Saigyj. r ally to find a big car haugfog to tiuashtH tram ithie bairn or f nam the Held, the faranor cam iiavo hisMSuw it. The Choice of a Husband. dipojid in the. auraolous mow ut hU Is too important a mai'ter tor a woAlodlolmos ithatold naturuaroalwajs sur-pnlA- whi iKutilois and comiplaitaa. It Elhould mat coat as much to bnlng butUror eggs or fruit or ATegUtabks 100 miles xl most ofOootual. Chamberlain's Cough Ronnady acts on this plan. It allays too cough, relieves tho lungs, opens the sacroUoas and olds nature In restoring itiho syistom to a hualthy condition. Thousands have testified to its superior exoollonoe. Sold by all druggists. m hamijTard ttfirciuglh op-?ni!- ox foul br.oitn Avotd Ubcea available at all tlmeM, id CKin'ailrJ'y u k'llUhop.s by taking Dr. King's Lite bopn to any farnvjr who haa (this ad- Pills. Xkw atiyneitn, filuie csmplexion, vantage to hds ondlt. South Dako- punj .bivtuth, l fjlrlts thtnss ta Former. that win inon follow (to Hr uiia Easy, safe, 6uw. 25 cunits at all drugREMEDY TOR HOG CHOLERA. cho-irfu- on all sldoi, 'Dry tto doara man to be handlcjpiMd by draw bad blood wi tuknkjs,. Winohiestiar, Kj' Jan. 12. Thu railroad man was no more cxpoddittous In changing conditions than, wtaatihefair bride who was marn!id Tuesday unA clrcums'anaes. der disaouraging wieek or two ago Shonlnf Brock notic-- that a couple on matrimony temit had l0iped from Eeftill and the father wlshied tibemaTne&tieidmlhn It thieyroaclrad this city; al'though. wont agotjiBit the gnato to lnfcanfere with love's young dixtuns.Mfts. Brock felt conotrainied to do bits du'y and took thorn in chains'. He gave Umm some fatherly advilce and lAhn the to bride's fiathor arrived hi intno-diesuch good ofCot ihat tho old ga'tle-ma- a mkni'iod and toid tho yoiung Ho-pl- e to go took honia iwfi'jli bilm and if the bnldo'smoSibter iwas wil'tog. th'o mannlagQ ahould be celjlunaD-'d- . This was thought to be Odh end cf it ua'41 Monday evening when tho bnldo ngoln 3 d dairy man. The miain iwlho cboajKne himself Is pretty sune to he tniarloed idctwn by his neighbors. The now broom ewtf(ps tik&n only when ibhi ina 3 a willing fcand Hit the aihiar pd of It is not worth wmUe now to aayld folks to keup cool; tola iweeCiler man will see to that "When you & o a ben. eettix'g tacks you are uah to eaaunue iJhflJt Bhle to ga to lay a carpet. Tha etevaitcr man Is a genuine He spends fcSs days in eleviaiing mi:n and women. It is a good thing to know when wo ane riiht, and bt is Iropontamit, atep, to kinaw wikjn, fhey Wie Wt- caroOul it He makes his living by his tpcn; "What arr3 .the things ha writes T Ho novor wrote a Bitngile 'lioe He mai'JKS CJxoajer Wait js. A manufacture adverilscfi a dwlce to savo stitips but unfoHtunoely he does net toll ub where to pat tOKcn whien wie havo tav.d Ciham. "Aro you willing to Hvo with mo la a cotitngo?" "Y, dear; provided It is a cube littie cottage wd,th a dozen rooms, tibroe ibaths, stoam beat, a butltr, cook,, dinints worn and up- luio-Uiu- Elephant in Crap Game. Font WbrtJi, fTexas, Jan- - 8. "MyrliUi a Eauall tle," a biuse (.'fcphaniti is wlnffjrirff in Fant circus wthloh Worth, torokio up a orwuj gamin and caus.id b.mnor ainoinst a do u iiiiwi today bocauro eho itoak Uw "boctji" for &usw lumrs. Illw oJopliamt was gaa'ng (flunoush a (to T Olid black hud a Corn Stories. and Just aidiid, "Como, sibum!"' wflijin'Uin So you havo it, qulie einiply, MAKE EVERY STRAW COUNT. PROLIFIC CORN STOCK. trunk ahat paint him tmto (jIiij otiittsr It Is nwaiilb'ti tor tarulji3Jni'i)ltJofac' niene wbltw wiln!z&ff urd drab djvlls OM't. Oilvt Advance) jwu Mkij to of tho gnouit and tu'.aad onle Uf (ho a considerable portion of tJlu grain ane outflastied. Ituii J. A. Wiuoiky, ono of our aged dice. onap in tho tUi d by iw.wli atilng (to gath be hit by u ixtil "3ail'.lla.nLlyJoaz tonsoiB of near Sirdls. tn tihls fjmii- Fm malod ydUs .and a B'-fiail-. or mi souttionlng, Ioowj bunnMm, ate.,' otc.T St. LouU RuipubKc. ty, bnlnea to our ofdloo a Htalk of foltowod. Tho nwsicus di.5ar-e- d and by hauling gnailn on oiwnofton corn grown oy mm. ino utaitt a gnako kiaipcd omons Uhlm, un- racks. From a few pounds to $. tyw Whxm buying a cough mocUakle for uime baav of in addition to til shawm Urn 4ii)hRati bushels of ralin may bo anwil uvry aWldrcn boar in mind .that ChaniUHria oorn, enough foddvr tor an oaxtoairy COMgli Remedy is niott dCtrtwi for i by ustotf ft day durtag atackli a oonr. feoA the cold, croup and wihoctplng cough and rack or a casivlais Nqw the ptowe ta ft mlgtrfy aood drugPIR FLETCNErS rack iCbat will catch aU of tbo grata that It ctmtfliWvi no harmful aborywli be It uwtoKpo4 Itat bo m of tlw Per mi by U druHtaU. Hal to btwitaPNa th H tn-vcun-Uvl- w hob in itlvj wa'il at tent on tlio'r gnnijj. iu ni ignoca In- mi Tlho fallowing wmody for hog rihol-en- a gists, has been uaed iwilith good tvjaulits, A Word of Study. , says itlve Kansas Fanmur: mak)e equal lair.ts of 4 par nenit eolu'don bf SnuUnaaTxJjlaoijzacindi KurpcioBT'tein.'ir eoIu'Qciu of olnlj-unacid and 2 and lo- ilit's Uw nwnhiiw sulpho and slvo oiikw IdUilly oally Wikj iwiiid tlf Cho hjipoJijiimioailly, twaiiiy to IDair'iy drops, (no'o "Snciir in Phnid-ns- . occondlng to Oho siaj of the hog. In-- J tine a cond lsXiUir is n, not in) nidina lc "rapid," "paiuvlicos" ct on. ina'.dy of foivj or Mud moans "ta-Ijsuaboie 4ho kntie or liock Joilivt, using "B.QiiiliJK.'Miooi;wog" iaiUioiivjcpg' pneoaiu'jlon as to cLani'-tprop i'1 nlaed ny ot d'e'iibu-j- a tliirfe Mfj'th-oBic), Suiautiiij wuM lucgs flnain luhe inalU, and, finally, "pltraahiti'iun,? ' dng Ahvin lie fiamij us lib) tick. n tliirej drlvun by juinoleum. Implkts oar-ba'- lc appoarr3d hut this ttone Wii3 pnaipio(cifc!ivei groom ,wos a ddffiaav.ot man. Ttio cre dentials offiencd wtro not sufficient for and tiho clierk to issue tbie Uojnai honijring tb'inmQnv tar with the around the zero mark i'o groom and his attondxnt wiondied thieir wxuy toaok stairs girl." ir cut is aoo-Tpto- auto-inobl- lo and CUMrw. projwr Tin KM Yw Navi Always IngM to Eitill aunity to gtjt thu papans. It was mijdni'eht whm' iiluv Bears the ivjached home and dayiTgibJt Nlilsa they Signature of gat back, but avenyitkilns wtos akight the and Judge Evans fiw idily Enid Thbmas words Uiat ucfitod Rusa.'ll and Miss Sud'o Hisls tor life. CASTOR I A lot Ia&ati &&& Minister Kicked by woman. ," r a s ut to to CHIirn cry ktvt-bofeto- ui ow - cm 4ettMi oorrBTi, hi CA3TORIA ot toai. Tamim, Fia., Jannaiiy C iRuv. It. by B. L. KkrWnnd' who wan ItCicKMd Out of the Ginger Jar. worn-imonihtsis of luls osngn.tem'iau, spent Ymr's Evn in toid, and six Whon ftn doubt ask pur wifle. can tie a kmat as wll members of tho dumb bK dm iiti, as The a. a sailor.. a result of n e'tish In tiin Flrat C011- Po'fcics ore cfitn llo inov:it,botliur-S3ni- ,j groga'ionol Wimxili h hv Sivlxy. After thi Eiurvloe, at wihklh line hiln-istkiir.d of ttcks. attacked a fonnit-- ixutor in Man protnocies. but very often it Is witb ailcJd ni&A'Pliroprlatdous pajia who dlsposies.. The coal dealer faouId be Carfcful to of tho church funis, KJnk!pmd kmdeav-pre- d to quell a oonltmvMrfy in which tako the night weight. . Thu salt way be coarse wdbhjout be- men and women had Jotoiad, It was then bo was tejuincidj His ing tiio liast bit objolionablo. Tlhoae who fwt corn on sate cob run sermon was on blue subjirtt "if C&nrfort lived .Todty, ypuu die Bo a SapUl- a risk of bavins corn in IhH ear. ?" to hold a Moat Ba find It raitor N-ier r con-nostili Hartford Republican. Btrd Hartford, C. ncconllnR to Uw at tk totoffl Kj., a mall matter ot the econd monthft' jmihmak!nK tout of the ? of Ali!a couni'.Ty. "U would be .well for iihaiv girls to EDITORS RAMEY E. DUKE, J. NEY FOSTER falnk of auittcre of mior3 limiKKKftnicw," Mrs. JuJia Cash, widow of V. L. i'u ra'd. "Tho woman of itho falMP PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS. k.rginNx iwflio w Cash, a railroad will ill bj the ldi.iil woman, wiho fataiUy injured on January 13, 1911, byl fnro a sSatw f ns-voiwonry iicrn.ilf 1..A to a..il.I.9.n .. . 9 ill.. lwMH .1L .1... Aadrcas all communications VA 111V tlU UU.1U prortratilon over trlval tnati.rs, UJ VJaUCUUll Hartford Republican. tnal&ht engi.mj hi was oiiw.ari.nis n lir auoh as ilia wlnnins of a nun' Bafidadlloxl Euiitat UexinatoTi ngufnsfc una iiajp-.a- i TXX.3FX017X8. ana un.o ana uouasiviMe I and ' wby niolh M. BARNETT, - was netcnishod wlion told tiliat nuny wom.n ihfid taken. of Lap yeir nnd bid men their chanms on .ihc d Unii 3d S'oi'ic Mi'.sj PankhuM- J Kentucky News Notes. J 2 SPECIAL MAGAZINE OFFERS A Great Half-Pric- J. NEY FOSTER e Offer HALF PRICE 1 nt COSMOPOLITAN GOOD - -- $1.50 1.50 us aff,uc-t!on;- 3. HOUSEKEEPING Oiuaa'baxl&ndl....... Movigti. SUrvmx - .fto. ,.32. -- FRIDAY, JANUARY 19. The Democrats dn .the State logfa-latuare going to imv.tj'.Jgato Republican Auditor's Asew'js for compu'ii'.'ng certain corporatlona and rich people to pay taxes like poor pecple. tThds I OOSSIOPOLITAN. GOOD HOUSEKEEPING. TUB WORLD Alms to 'be and is .'iho imait Is tiie b:st woman's mayuiine (the IVist, among Is magaaine in Annrdca. Two Uic review nvagazltiits, Jiwt as Cono-lolli'a- n towers Ktul and sluculdora It is gncnit. over aU oompAltors in lMJng of r nl great novels will bj pu.bllf.hed us Bjr-la,lts ulster pubtiication, U adIf Gov. Woodrow Wlleon had suci:d3 value to the woman wiho is Cai oliarju "Tho Tuning Point," mittedly the best geniral mtig.izine. ceeded In nailing down that Cnrni igie 1' by Robert W. Qliamb rs, wliili of Jit.T ham 3 or exp.ts tp (be. Iubv, in EurpuwAnd pension it would now come prqtty han 'y Cliarlws IXoxa Gibdomand All tilio iiivvt? of palitlos, sa'.mw, in fia'ion, liousekviirl'as has the ro tiie lAir Hi-i- t dy in maintaining fchosie publicity bu"The Price She Paid." by Dwid Grahints, roa!pjJ and menus flliait mony ham Phil'.tps, and iUuairai d by How- llglou nnd ant will .be told reaus In his interest tor thi3 Djmo-cratl- c itich honilnaj'ion for Prcsldfr.lt. can buy. Tllww are pnv.B of fn.:(hioai ard Chandler Olwilatu' One 1 4'ims in moiiitih, a Utitile mum complet)3ly, nj titwill our Oatuber numb ir, Mie ciihor dn ivms antioks of the day lihait tle more cUarly, a JlWo beitur Unm A Mil lhas be.ai introduced In the and Oilier fr.aturus an.' Griarse any for tho cliildrMii, New York legislature to abolish cap33ullt of an wxplodon of a can o'Jut aiublifaUcn. TJuj Jllutira'dona As a nijws nntiickis cf the iliU that will Rindolf Cihontur, Jaok Ixrnduii, Oauv-orneital itnishnienit. We preditct that In powdar Jn the honii ofJwrry Wollu, u appeal will be supenb Xo Slatiter wjlia,t Mtfliec Siorrls E. IMiilidps, OrjK'in'lw'.m to the husband und mitliic as Union spVindfd nwigiiia'jrates." fifty jvors no State In this farnur of Perry csunty.miir theLio'.ch as ihfy lo to tlu rlifie arid and o5h.ir eminent authors and ar- magazine you read iou cannot afford chair will have a galleys or oiectmlc ir csuiuty line. Mirs. Mu'ii.n, .Mrs. diuglt.er. tists. to b3 without Tlw World and the fa at that .we ever had iwlll Invidious Comparison. Wells and tira etna"! chrLldriin Wen bo looked back upon with honrorand was killed oui sight, and .Mr. We'is (St. Louis as a period of disgrace In our hisperhaps mon'aUy wounded. 100 YEARS AGO. tory by everyone. .Thj Wtjlb henm uu com pi it iy t&iay Girls did not nunry until People's Home Journal . ALL THREE unawneckod. Onj of the chlldn-.ai- , to niak.i baxad. McG'nll's (And Pnttorn) Tha pnoaonii ig'alature, Djmocratlc knw how wares, canrfed the can of powdbr is of our books oame in bXh houa.a ,is providing many us; Ladies World tlie, fine, which caused Jii exploalon. loss and iwimly unauthorized positions" firoiu acrbasi ithe AtlaWic. A horseman wlio galloiwd on a stored. for the faithful. Exi'.ra Pases,, AsThe los3 by tlieIirowb'chiburav:H thv sistant Door Keop.w .re, hra pro- paid a fine of four shillings. ut lioant busiln" disAny onu v,ho cnlticiied a preaolv.ir Good Housekeeping vided evtry few days, y'culd It not $1.50 trict was mueh heavier than at kru .$1.50 Cosmopolitan be well for 'the Kentucky dil?gaticn was fined. Xtnrly $C0,000 wornh of Pictorial Review 1.00 Dry goods 'nos known, as woman's Good Housekeeping 1.50 Ja Go.ngnes3 who ore making such a situff and nkrn's sUilif. proiHrtj' atos destroy ud with $37,&00 Total Value grand stand piay at economy, to join $2.50 liDSunance. Total value... .$3.00 Peruvian bark and nliisloty was in. a JVimonstranco to the D.moirntlc prK.'itOT'iibed for a co'jd. Our Only W. K. GnLftin, after a cvins as chief $1.85 members cf ,tihe Kentucky luslfciaijure? ... 2Z Only.. Our Tliia-was not a public librarj' in dlspatolxc of the Hyndi rscn dlvis.cn are bhij Uniiticd S'jaitos. The farmcoii of Ohio coury cf die Louisvilie and Xa?hvilJo rail Good Housekeeping $1.50 taking advano.l ereps en the eubj n' "The lives of tthe Ponlfe" cost' 415. road for sjvioral ywars, .with ihinduar- Cosmopolitan $1.50 Womans Home Companion 1.50 Tih.3 nun 'V.irk dandljs and powderof Good Roads, and the only good one ters alt Earlingtcn, has aeajp'd a Good Housekeeping aro thos3 which are maoadjmized. ed I'huir hair. ...$1.50 Pictorial Review similar position, with iha Krntucky 1.50 A g.mjilenian bowing ito a lady al- Central nt Paris, Ky. J. H. Fislhvho Tiie innetinig at Che Corn Hoou:e las. Total $3.00 Total week de:i.m'itB aid and sympathy Ifircm ways cnaipdd his font on (the ground. has b en night chief cif (the LoulsM.i.'o $4.50 all our citizens, and we trust, good re- Prjop'e who did mat ipay thi ir dibeta and Nashville, isucoe-d- s iMr. Griffin. Only Our $2.15 Our Only sults will foltow. Tliis (paper has al- were usually found bjhind tihe (bars. John G. Kelly, D nioara'ic nitimber ways ibaan a strong advccaOe of rock NOW. of 'tlw Lg3':alai'.une from Hancock coun roads and we want 'ahum Ito extand Woild To-Da- y Good Housekeeping. .$1.50 $3.00 Gin's marry furst, and itlhwn vtiynv ty, has beon reVMazvd aondt'ary of to all parts of the county so ahat evTo-Da- y learn how to make brad.Pictorial Review . 3 00 World the Countj' Union of i.h Asmjnl'can 1.00 benhtfit-teery dox payer may be dnrjatly TiiTi hs of our books come Soclity of Equity and J. B. Holland On wJth the good work 'McClure's Total ..$4.50 fircim Uie S'OfH of Indiana. was pre3iduat. gives the An auitcimobilo-s:peTotal Value njconunij.iniiarJon the On the of .$5.50 Only- Our Monday was County Count day at County Eotoool Board fJre Fiscal Court polioamam a rids, and ga.is Inee. Sit. Sterling and there wuiw 2,000 cait-t!- e Our Only at its recent session made the school Any preacher cnitlo'.'slng a congreon tho mark'it. Price3 wxe sky levy for this yuar 13 oea.s In'J'Aad of gation is fired. Cosmopolitan $1.50 Women's stuffs call-- dry goods an high, and yearlings brougihlt C cents for Eewral 20 cacrs as it had b:t-- n Good Housekeeping. .$1 50 w?th 1,000 pound stidens aeTliiig Everybody's at 1.50 years. ThJs will be welccimi. njwisto men's a'lUff t goods. 3.53 per 100 pounds. XotiwlthaJaind-In- s Delineator . 1 50 Whlsfoy for a cold and Peruvian 1.50 McClure's the tax .payers. Tlie relief from road the exravima cold there Iwwre buy-- , Review of Reviews. . 3 00 amd itlhis rediuottsn in edhoul tax is bark for the Punuvians. tax Total $4.50 State Xo. 2 ers from ail sections of thie Atldioss Andrew CanKigie. will he'p our people already impov-enjshe- d Total Value . and trade was brisk. ...$G00 New York. by several crop t allwm Supt. East Ndm fcy- -f irat Htry-jtOnly Our The lifi3 of any jpovt isn't wontih 15 Iieoah has b.i.ui working 'hard to gvit Mayteville' of ithe ibuxn News reached Only.. Our "the school bcuses in the oounfy in ceni'.s. log of ithe home of Andrew Lavnsan, Tflie misn axe croppies and adn'igot twelve good condillliion. Many niw ones have mil.s south of Qulncy,in Uuwis .$1.50 Cosmopolitan Cosmopolitan $150 been. buL'it in the past two yeon3 and no hair. couwty. Sir. Ivawson, who iwias sjven . 3.00 World's Work A gentleman towing to a lady is way no wells or years of ag.?, was burned in when th':ne w.r World's Work 3 50 pmovidhd for waiter, this has been pursued by. pollcemta and flnc.-- for trydng to put out Hfoe fine. . 1.50 Pictorial Review. American 1 50 remadikid. School conditions in the mashing. . . $0.00 Total Woodson Baker, a niegro ,was run (their debts People who do not pay Total Value county are better than itirey have ev ..$6 00 a:u usualiy found in fmont of 'tihe bars r and killed by an Illinois Central r been. Only. Our train nar Elizabct'tb'owa. His body Our Only croupy was badly maugljd, and was frozen, The abolishment at this ipditloin of When given as soon as itihe Cough when found. by cough appeaTE Chambenlaln's Road and Bridge CommlsEicner of tfae Fiscal Count should uot betaken Remedy, mill ward off an attack Tdis flret pardons graaited by Gov. and Judge Tayikxr iwao croup and prevent all danger as a criticism of cause of anxiety. Thousands of moth- SlcCmury since he has hen in office has b'jld this important ofiftce for , two jijars, at a Uma when tlua coun- ers use It successfully. Sold by all were issued Slonday. A pardon was iBnaaiMl Haawiey Ingie druggists. m ty was clinasiing ims of road con via ted In Bell county of ossoult- working, when it was the most tryand boiJitery.. Ht3 was filled 73 and Millionaire for One Day. I ing iosttlon which any ore tould l)j given a semtence of hen doyis in jail. called upon to fill. Besides. Mw New York, Jan. 13. John Jay the Wilkesbarre man who has He paid tho fine and the Giovcrnor were 'tm-- cf the wemat, seasons evjr detttrmimed to Jive iike a millionairui pardons the Jail Eeniti:incie. A iwindon experfor.ciod in tiiw county for road building, because of excessive rains. for one day at Ir.ast,, is due to arriiVe also was giranted io C. C. Wleymoth, During tiie time almost ail the Email in Jfansey Cl'y at 6 o'ciock this uvtm-in- g. conivicted in Harddn county of carryHis ajiicdal train ovvf Wie Le- ing concealed a djadiy iw apon. bridiguj in tiij County .Wkir)3 lAUhed homo for the next four years. Judge two candidates into the myfefjeriMs nf yesterday to itlie rvrt.inai Efsftrdcfl high Vaiiey will coist him more than away many of Uuan eatvueali titns nnd In Woodcrafit. Count hi connKVTtiioni liith the n.pAvMr by the Attorney GaroKftt exptcts to lea a house Suit will be filed trip. hor slidp of itho H. N. WtXi.ll icamipany. onu Sin. Ellen Vfyapng vlsltied tiie work on the roads mined time and' ?300 for the onij-da- y Gisniural for .the State againi-- t iihoa Frankfort, but umtil lie ilnds again. The miambeirs ot the daunt and: iMcDev.ltt got his spending money coumty offikia'B, in many counffMs of that is suitable wili be at the Capi daughter. Sirs. Lizzie Whobrvo' last Ilalng tnljn wv idlie WkH'ifall wr:wk. every one who knows him has the by wi'hdcwving us a caudidate for the State .wiho have 43-Jc.in McVey was wuthanlKid founi delin- tal Hotel. . LirtrJe iSIary CunMs Perdue wias on by Judge Uandiis, of tlw UndittalBtatl.'H utmost confided in iMie how sty and Goutnty Treasurer. He put hlmsJf quent. McKonzie R. Todd, State out the sick list last .week. Do you know that fully nine devotion to duty of Judge AV. B. Tay up as a candidate In tine pmimurles, Distniot Count, Ito Bonl'dntue it, and Examilner, has found Sir. Rcsco Willis, of Xanmwts Ma'it-e- d lor. The change was madi bicam'kj and S3 many p.iople vqticid for hdni just many couwty offiotals dalinquent, and of eviory ten cases of rheumatism are iSIoV.y puiTcliaisiod eight hundred the Countj- - is toD lares for onu man as a joke that he was nominated. The has so jvjioir'xid to the Governor foam simply rheumatism of the muscles due iu this conununiJty laat iwuk. tickiuts of admilanJCin Ito Chicago ttHjo-t- 'i to cold or damp, or chronic rheuma.The Woodmen Circle h.Jda(ta regular to coviOT in looking otter. Mie roads Couiii'y (JonimltitiJ became alarmed time to time. on New Ynor's day. He soldi tism, and require no internal ireat-me- meeting here lout Saiturc'&y wniek and tlwrn for $1,600, und made a iirofii'.ot and brlda's, and to reduce coat' to the and tried Ito get lulrn lo twl'jhdraiW. The InHTjs'JgaAlcm niigotiationa for withdrawal Wtirvjcon of "the fourming bf a whatever? Apply Chamberlain's Install. d (he fcillcwlug oJJTCio.irs for 300, tax payers. barn in Criittondon couwtiy by a pand Lininmnt frcalv and s; how Quickly this jar: Sirs. AnnJe iSIadiinf Guarduot.4 througli tine inuis, MoD-jviTlw invCtAUMv explainnaming a higher pnloo each day At of supped might riders is .undr (way It biUks relief. For Bate by Bill drugl dian; Sirs, Boip. Baluir, P. G.; Mm. ed to itlw oourt, wua only 23 bjnta Leap Year is Silly. m Rinda Dc.taon, Advdfor; Sirs. A. St. a itlckut, hecauaj itilwiw year of last it ho comiMltteo paid him sume-thlii- g and Clifford Bosiwunth, State FiiwMar gists. Now Yea, Jan. IX "Is. only a iwas like 2,u00 to got off the tick- shall, who wojsi in Frankfort, Maya Weaitiherford, Chaplain; Sira, Filiorvincu small Bupidy on any service to mo? Of oowvw not! Of hand wlien hw od!c Sunnydale. he hop s to be able (to conviot tlhu Willis, Ciea-k- ; DoTislai, ciluirgvj Sirs. hmid course not! The idea, of 'proposing to et bj hm oaaniiWllril to th lie once ran for Mayor of Willcts-barr- e, mnji who burned rihi3 barn. .Mr. Aiirwid- - buy from mtlwr acalperu BusdwNB has ba;n dull hrdiw for the Ba.nker; SIis. Annto D.lAi-.ina man w.ivor enivad my 1l ud. I have got only a few votes. will have entices in Lexington posit week on account of thalbadiwi u.h-e- r. anit; siw. .o.'a oyiiuini.ir, but Biwiry; otjhcir and more imponfaiit kJnirgs to and Loiisvlli.. A Wonderful Offr Rabbit huni'ang waa a BnJir. tuw"i Sirs. Wilbur Diver, ouittjr S:intry. think of. You ask mo a silly and (per Saved Her Own Life. TJ:u un'.y pjapV) I.mIio with the boys. Sir. R. L. Alford haa flwuig'tlt h n.fW sonal Ricad w Bt' Offer of Tdui Riiub- Pundiing ithe dlspcfiition by th3 Sliss Xe'ila Alford and Daw.iy gasoHne mlli und will be r rudy fox can on another' tlilnlt (liiyitliinK of jiear and tlia Tecumseb, Okla "i belitjvc," says of itii3 b.ll to establish a paj of Cjhls Issue wiio vm'tun.rt bchoai nit ILinVord giiindins and orufhlnig conn by Uio wlwrom you can get change of gliis taking hh initiative Mrs. Eliza Epperson, of this place, banking aa.mmiiswioiip.r'ai driiKin mcint, this paper, Tlw g und Jiiaklug proiKjsoils of maini'.uge aix "that if it hadn't been for Cardul, I wiltli a piiovisdoai for Inspection, tiie tlie SUi., came honwSatAux'ai', rvtuni-inimauuiio ox iiw we.K. Kannutr & 8tnck.tn.iii tun.H thn. PeO-Slonday. men. Wouwn don't (think of Buoli Idling would hove been dead Before pnoisunt .'xajn!ne.rn, Popular Slourthly, one j ,3Ir. Blza Slushy whom 3 mon!i!oni:d ho served unckv a ,In 1hts column of bis aeotniini'. gtlfiiug nd a full alsw 16x20 cmyon Sir. V. K. Ft:irguson wwnit on I began using Cardul, I suffered from Dr. fox a niiniute." Bin L. Brunei', Secretary of Stut?, t Sioush'trivUle his limb brulotn iwte nine glmd jto toy iu "le"it ALL for f 2.05. T3l1s Is wliat Mis E. Byixia, Pank-liuna- t, pains in tho head, shouldors, back 5? who iield qer under Dr. C. F. prousprotiiig tour to and Fniday. da.ugl1U.1r of Enigland's mostmll-ltaa- it stdo, limbs and the lower part of my " able ito be otiu on hda crmtiolk. Qnectiius, iiis Euoocsaor, will not be Tuesday ivitunniline to the Mr. A. B. Nash wan nailed suffmge'.ite, thinks cit loapynur body. Cardul helped me mora than tmiployed.. Tliley i can woait rangot thait-M vet will wait for a tow b.niaide of his eiaii.ir uear Cant.yNlllo IUvmbucaa one . and rtlie uhance it affords unmcuviid' anything, and I am bow In bettor? wi3els br.fore resuming .tlielr work to nainuer tH Wlm VoA atoomon onie year and the beau'iful who is very ill. women of taking a millitant atititude health, aiat taking It, fchlan for banks. oJe Chicasp, Jan. paaaivian- - nwuB, pmejwld, mlLh Qutpidb Mr. J. T. Lowb went ito Owieojabaro four years." Nobody can deny that ail far $1.25. Too ture la acaipte uhMjlt ItckKfa oa Fanmor and Stoctaaa la unwamcedi Jooac Gnn.tAitorney OaneraU,baa Tuesday., inaturoin! Wlodtneaday She expmscd hiereelf cmnnhatlqally the beet tonic a woman to take ia a Tiie W, O. W's. buld ifahclkr rauUr New YWa daer naktnd thinei bucorvd to oa oae ot ttue bwt AylnulHwra' la" ' on tiie aubjuot as aoon as aha arrAved' tonic for women Cardul. Please game to CoJiuoibta, ito toning 'bis wife an oWldrtja to Frankfort ito make feaek narJotibnig aaturday ni'ihrt and iatjnoduced oouara, acccrairg v npont naae pari pubtabwl. . . , SouUuuniton today tor a bjroe try TO-DA- Y t'Aib-lish.ls Illus-triitio- ns ur To-Dai.) Thrtjc-foun'ilii-'ir and "The renscn English women omme to Amur-le- a to talk euffiragK) is that wlwn en the oth.r edde of Uho Atlantic lii ar what we are doing In bids counftry it stimulates their initerdatln first the cause. We liave flon ejhs part of our fight and vvj shall havo our nighta tb!s year. "We have simply krnpt on fighting and It was neaessary far us fo nat-t!- e Lioyd George and Mr. Asiuith n little to get anything. If stou don't bother the life out of Bnsllsh a'nftda-me- n you ,w411 never gyt anytJilng. "The tiroable in America is tiiattiv? aiverago oitln does not Cake wnaugh Interest in politics; he tjaves that to the grafitors. Wh-..wonin Kakra a liand there will be fewer grafters. Wc man have inadi txcollnt mayors in England and 'they bavo also proved a'jlico ,wo-m- jn t and Nashville Railroad $23,000. Comipanij.M for WORLD TO DAY TOTAL VALUE - 3.00 Sli.flO On account of ttie sbjady demand for iteachuit) wiio can not only plvo in' a'jructions in clnsji.B, but wihlo nitao nri abij to dlreoi ithcir pupils in liw of aClliktlca, h.nrangi'i-mentane bdimg niadu at &xis UniVei'sVty by whioh etud intia wlno bx;i ed to ibocome twaohwrs caa ibi pUym in Eitruciion in botli the tflieorotical and lwaciicul :.ttdy if in UvVjios tmd th.' bsat miWiod of ccnoHlng. TlwoiaBi in the Eiudy of ntlnle des will probably be started next week, and .the studenti. who Join this ciass wail bo bIvvm creditt for tli.dr work the easnu as In . o'her Etudes. S3 The Dollar Trio $1.00 "s Price Price Price Price $3 d. d Price $3.00 Price $3.75 to-i- -- Price $3.30 Price $3.80 ty-a- d Price $3.70 yd fi Price $4 sij-a- M AG AZ J. NEY FOSTER N Republican Bldg. Hartford. Ky. AG E N CY, usi-ne- ss, nt tt avr-rag- e p Mj-nti- o iBos-won- , que-.tilo- Lfg-Ulaitu- re k-a-p Al-fo- rd to-da- y. l'a - - y I f yr. lG.r-Un- it C-1- 5. w 'J Fh What About That OVERCOAT a calkir at Khi's Mr. Isaac M. B rino'it, of B rin, was ofKoo, Tucsdny I f, : THP WAN AVntmn TrtWW a ' Mrs. E. B. Pondl'Aon has iKKm visiting In Iiculg.1llj tor mvmA ttajis. " If you have nwer shaved nt Riley's Barbor Shop you should do bo and oe how good you tasl. I ,r. UPlt-rUUKIH mmii .,.v. u Cloth- -- . In ano'Ju r column twill ibo fknirwl an artiob "Nuwerap r Confl!d'miois." Wo would like for all cf our ruadtiru to n If you firmly believed that we were about to sell An Ohio wanmn Is suing for .b cuuu her liUilbannl ha3 not spoken to hur fmr yrnina. Is&ho sure she has gtv.n him a chaniqj7 ad Jt seasonable High Grade Fall and Winter ing, Ladies' Suits and Coats at One-Fourt- h int THIS ZERO WEATHER NO DOUBT Tempts you to treat yourself to a new Overcoat. While our stock is considerably cut down, yet we can show you some attractive styles at reduced prices. Wouldn't it pay you to buy one now, take advantage of our low prices and makelyoursclf comfortablo the balance of the winter months? disappoint us. Wo shall expect you to call. Mnl3 a 25 o.tnt puruhaa) at the Tlu Oklahoma mioman who has thlr Ohio Coun'y Drug Conmany and italw a gnvs feir a $25.00 Vita or fTlai'kJng tejn eons, all unAjr 5 yeans of ngu, probably also has hmr hands full m,ost 27i'jt MasCnlne. Mr. S. L. King, who purchnad the of ilie time. Ohio Couniy Supply Oampaniy'a b'JocU, Whi.n a girl begins to sU around has mov d lmio town and tuflvtiwl Mrs. wl h tliat look In h ejt Mauzy's proponty. faUi.r btglr-- to lnncwtlgate to se Mirs. Mary Hamilton and Mr. W. H. wheihrir thu jpung man nmouniB to Cund'tf, of rouito C, wjtw married at anyUiIng. ihe licimu of tfco brldj on WodnnHlay iThere are men who will wait pa morni'jng of !ait wi .k. bron''Jy fur tho five 'lunch to be sjrv laifjlio Mi'as Vila or a Barnard,, this id and then go homo and start a rouib dausJutir of .Mr. nnd Mrs. Mayiwciifth hou:0 beoausj dinner Isn't eady on Barnard, has bo n qulU) sick for ttlbout time. i thrtjj wjikt of pneumonia. newspaper JI jpu want a partkict "Good IIouiMkiAsring" Is one of the tlnjrj Is Jui:t on way to got it magaainius of txday. most 'liaim'ar i Edit It yourself. Tlie pn:c-- for dim jupr la $1.50. Send your order to J. Nty Foslitor MagaIt's mithar m'an and low down to zine Agency, Han'fcaxl, Ky. tf take eMcryitaiiig nad glvo no'hlng back the Eld. W."B. IMght will punch aft tli bu.1. fault finding. But that's Clw'a'ram Church dhe FpnnLli SunJay. way tome peop'e wgard a newspapjr Thanu for morning eervlo.8, "MasonTHE USUAL WAY. ry and like Dlbli" Ewry one cordi- Counting, EOd he'd di for his daw pot ally InvA d ito a MJnd. Shi3 s'WDjtspntj replied; far-awa- y s 3 Off ! You'd come here to buy, wouldn't you? We pride ourselves on selling Good Clothing, Ladies' Suits, and that they are worth the regular price is a matter of record. Now, if you knew that seventy-fivcents would buy a dollar's worth of Good Clothing, you would buy it, wouldn't you? e t Of Course If You Believed It But the trouble is, that you don't believe it. So many dealers rant about bargains that are really snares, and print bombastic stuff that shows fraud on its face, that you are about out of belief. We can't blame you, but we reserve the right to prove what we say, and we will if you will give us the opportunity. We are unloading our.Fall and Winter Clothing, Ladies' Suits and Coats that's what we are at. Picking choice will go quickly. Come now if you want to save money. Here are some of our inducements: 4 talk Don't Call TJw R pubHiian offlc?, Ilone lieu Iiavr3 an iwrn of n iws. by This faor wlU b3 itriirveiai'ied 'ho pub'jiihk.r3 and by th.j nitrcms of 27 tf. the lKmx. FOR SAlJE 1 thrus p'eco suit, six RocKdng Chains, or.u cmg!e Wardrobe, Coal Oil S'oe nnd Kitch-o- n CaWnut,, 1 lleai'er and Dining roar furniture. 25,'2 MRS. R. A. NOFSIXGER. 123, whun Marrktl, said a dUnoroi she Aould And h 3 Ee nvd sw JfcfieJ Ex. gt An al'tar of a nijfipaner is just as human as anyone, ord liburufora am- hlng goJng cai in tth? njt know town ar.d suiinaunding vicinity. As. slst The Republican .by co.ll.ng phone 123 aswl itij'l U3 any iljm of maws,, or toll us wIfm you soo us, or call at the office. Wt3 tliank jou In advance on. fr jur y jiou ean gjt The FAMILY PORTRAITS. Ilan'foind RopubMoan,, in Ca-cFaranor & doliljj to go into business S'cckiran. Tllw IVctpVs Manthily one sp he bought out a small Uviury stable ajr ncli ard a full glzw 1Cx20 iorLi'-c- n and liad a painfter make a sign for cou-pj- n enTucBl ni nt. Fill out iho hi'im showing him astrfd- - a mu'e. H2 For only $2..03 Men's Suits, regular price, $10 reduced price $7.50 Men's Suits, regular price, $15.00 reduced price . . . $11.25 Men's Suits, regular price, $20.00 reduced price . . . $15.00 Men's Overcoats, regular price, $5.00 reduced price . . $3.75 Men's Overcoats, regular price, $10.00 reduced price . $7.50 Men's Overcoats, regular price $15.00 reduced price . $11.25 Ladies' Suits regular price, $10 reduced price $7.50 Ladies' Suits, regular price $15 reduced price $11.25 Ladies' Suits, regular price $20 reduced price $15.00 Ladies' Coats, regular price $5.00 reduced price $3.75 Ladies' Coats, regular price $10.00 reduced price . . . $7.50 Ladies' Coats, regular price $13.00 reduced price . . . $11.25 .... .... .... Come now and give us an opportunity to prove what we say. Jggj Hartford Republican. FRIDAY, JANUARY 19. Piano Coupons With Every Purchase Men ahould shave U. at Riley'. Swvmt Poti-toes S. Corson wants jour Purs. Caaon-has- U. S. ni M. H. & E. Railroad Time Table at Hartford, Ky. L. fcfc N. time card effective Monday Aug. 2Ut No. 113 North Bound duo 7:19 u. m. dally except Sunday. No. 114 North Bound duo 3:40 p. m. daily except Sunday. No. 116 South Bound duo 8:45 a. ro. dally except Sunday. 113 South Bound due 1:46 p m. No. dally except Sunday. H. E. M1SCHKE Apt U. S. Caraon wants your Fura. for ealoj Mr. JohnV. Santofur was bi call.r at tats offJco Tuesday. Postonaert r U. S. Fought, of fcrmnsaciU!, bu intas bore Ojn-terto- Wied-nusda- y. Mr. CharLy King has accepted a portion on tho mechanical force cf Tbj RHihKcan. Park, B n.f, Sausage, Urates Pune Home Mado Lard at J. C. Grocery and Meat Market. and lir'a 27ftX Imported Irish Pa'aCoos fnopn Ireland, Cabbagie and Onions Cntiah at J. lar-ko- t. Mtiat C. iter's Grocery and 271if For quality Printing give The ReU publican a call. mas a pkmsomit callMr. Byron Bean er, Saturday. at aU houro at Clrty Rostaur-anit-'23tf . N. Tatio. iwoprictor. Chapninm, of Cenitunta(wn, (Mr. Fwd transacted business huro yW Mrdny- MoaJa IUloy'a naw baribvr shop Is up4o-da- t courteous itMiitmwilt thme. and you Ldtitio MUa Vivian TuyJcr, daugh, ter of air. and Aire. John W. Taj-torla qultw ill. of Fruits airrlved nft J. Freeh C. Iter's Groctry and MiQt Mark-a- t such as Grai Fra't, OxanstH, Apipba, 27ttf Bananas, li mons, Cocoauntla. Mr. A11n Rciwi?, enshiwr ofl thu IFar-waa morB Bank cf Qjdi u:vJ0WTn to loigal nutt(0.ra in HorjtlTord Uuia yitjnday. Wihun don't torgt tliat jou want job pnin'tag dans, RidpuUlincaw Tlw and Uid prtojaaiV) 27itf gt doo3 olasby iva.sor.fijbl. eni!aingjcmonU Mr. John Br0m, of Routo 2, was a FlU out bbu cail.r at Thu Republican office Wad-- .which. aipiMQi: in (Md 27Hf. nesday. Mni John B. WUaon fctt task) TWura. Mr. Jull IkJl, cf Butofd, lost a rwjfcmu in hundned dollar hoiiw WiedjiKtsday by day tor a ds4t with HawosvilliJ. Ky having ruculved a broken lug, .whoii Genuine it MPs kicked by unorMiur boivo. Mr. Jus arrived a barrel of Now Orleans Molasst at J. C. llur's Wallace RAluy, tins Jcool VKjlinlnttry 27'. to Surgeon, waa calVd, but uuablo Grocery and 3Itflt iMarfot. Mr. Sam RUey, who has. bten quit gilvo any aia'.iitanco on acoounlt ml thj Monday fraoture bing so high up. slek tor qvmt a wwk, T5wi3 W8 quilt) a cliangy In morndng tor Owansiboro, wtoana hi3 Is Wedcegday from what tJw taking tnoatnii.'nii undVir an paUtopafih-i- c phiyslalan and also under Dr. Hvw-u- r. UVai'lijjr Man has b.vn giving ua in pou-pu.n For onJy?2..05"Toucam gvit Thio Han'tomd Rifuibllicnn',, Thu Farmer & Slpckmnn. Tlw iPyct)la iManrlhrty ww xar n.aah and n full slzw 16x20 bray-o- n lft .B fuiat i -- Ikwr, "Alexander's Ragtime Band," "You orra Hie lddil of niy Dn tiinu," "Billy," o!c, on tho Victor Talking Machine. You miifiht awn (M by making ft 25 cunlt purtiluwv at tflw Obdo Ooani'y Drug Co. 27tf who is (u'liro'ipal Dr. 0. R. of the School at Stolons, Ky., hpont Saturday and Sunday in Hartford ,wltf hi a hto parente. la about a wtaek yM cloaa for too yiear,amd fffc"rt CfcAoago, Mr. Bewwtt. wHU lcam for take up nhe (bins W 'wtatt fee ! work'te. Ite'CUeaao CeJtee.of Cd-inia-oht- than on Tuday,, ihJ.lng ibdon trjni 14 to 21 d giw s below &ux In many , plartja In town ami warm of Wioalthor ywtiL'irday 'tilw eimw. It was 51 djgTOj3 jnoenuff Wtd-ii)j-,d- iy iiwltkjd iKarly ull bualiii.isd An diniKiii aiwt d Ql waa nudo do HanLfard (Ma twook !whenj Mr. S. h. King purohdtJed thlj hardtwaiu Ohio and lmpkununit stuck of ihkj County Supply Cu, on Moiju stuvft andrf-- j Mr. King has iiVuacd lamso with Una wauJeaala hnue hud to a flaw days will have a very tango rtpek, ad we piwteit for bto a uooatul haJ this sign placed in front of the stable and was quite proud of it. His Coirto dawn and sa-- Herts apjc'a'ia finL nd Finnrgan uapru:td along and ycu sniwd stood.gazlng at th.21 klgn In thr3 Hand ware line ilf "Tliat's a good picuna of mie, ain't Granite an! Galrandzel ar, 1iEiliiing-Tub- s, Cml Buokels, Water Buokats, It?" osteaL Ca-e"Sun dt looks oniKlthhig like jiou," Wwll BuoKrftis, Oil Cans, Coal and Dirt Sliove's, Raki s and How, Axvjs, Oof few sni'd Flnncgon, "but who tihia ddvll is the man en jpur .back?" Mills and Many oher anilcles. 27tf A JOKE. Far only J2..05 you can gjt tPhe Han'tord Riepublloan,, Tllw Faraujr & i a labile boy .wianix-- to go to a ball StocKimnin. iThu P cipH a ManrhHiy on," ganw and h!s fa her told him ho j ear .nc3i omd la full b!j 16x20 Cray- would haVe to go to Sunday School on enilariganiijait. Full out Ohj tou-P3- ii tirsU So lie w nit to Sunday School r. and then whCch ai)(i!eai!i3 in Ohls came home and ate dinner 2df. and ithfco hie witMiit to aha 'ball game. When he came home hits papa ask Mr. Rabarit A. Bjri it, who for spiral wtks bias ban In Hartford ed hdmiwhitch he liked tit3 b .stand be dlfifananec. visitlrg hCs imromts, R.. and Mrs. said there wasn't much itihoy wvana einiglng R. D. Bwnut and d'her relailvos, At lihia church the Wt Tui.Bday morning fcr Portland, "Stand up for Jesus,," and at "Sit Oivgon, whi re ho Is jxmaner.itily localt ball game tbiey were jielling, d, und has a portion as fire Dpwtn for Jesus' Sake." man on a raUroail. PORK CHOPS. Gone, S.Dicn Np. 3 of t'lhe Ladies' SewOhirAstimas,, 1911,- -' ing Circle of tlie Methodist Church Into history. have .cured MUs Willie E. Niaily, GoniQ who enlntainied for the K. of P'.s Us,t Novamib-ar-, To the butehen to glw an ent3n'aln-m.au- t Many 1911 ponkur. fcern, Friday lovundng, Jamuary Nothing in common between 26. A great ruany b me have Iteird tho Miss Nuely and knoaw hiar ability to above. omticmtain. One iputs the ahiilld'iTjn all agog. The pnoc--j ids of tihls int go towand bulilcUng olio The 01 her Is ithe flnlidhl of tho hlog. maw M.ithodlat Church. Hog market Is iookilng up. Tlhe ladles to fjbe CdedioT This is thii good should have a good att ndawce. who has not shipped all bis hogs to "The .Trade Progress" is tho name its market. of a magazine that W'fU make pp tainance at Roakpurt, Ky., Ion the Typewriter For Sale. first day of February. It will con One Rqmlngton. Typewriter for Bale, vp&H to th tain about twenty-fou- r first ls?ue and eooh (issue ho:vif' oheaip. Flnst class condliV-on- MRS. HOOKER WILLIAMS, ter .willl oonitaln about the sarnie nuni Hairtfomd, Ky. magazlni will be und r 26 her. The nuw r, the management of 'Mr. L. R. of that city, who tram Plane to An Alabama Farmer from Kentune haa done cipociol work fur Th) tucky. Republican, and far many yans has (Our Counruy.) be i coiwu.'c.ti'd wli'h Oange cltiy dally Mr. Lawrence C. Young, formerly a in Wpapens. aa ajijaJal conrtspond-nt- . wellnto-d- o farmer of Jetfrnaon QaumTy, It will 1x3 Issued moni'iii&y, and no Ky., Eewiral y lars ago sold out and re much niovkd .to Alabama, near Montgomery. wish tor It anid Atta nianagior BUCCW-B- . He urchiased 600 aprda of .poor eandy The Staito jntvitinig of tin Anwn'canjland, on whi'ch was located a small dairy, which he bought, in order to Society of Equity was held Pit his we k, und 0fi3 firouii build up his aoll hi tnontpaod toi (Ihe foltowlig bffraj's dairy, takiing with Ihim a nunubcr of Other bus'aiati Wiano el icitrid far he biyiijng M.ar: Jera.y heifers. Mr. Young is now kit fiifl'y Jt.iniuy PASiidi int fitmatior J. M. Bnlggatttff,, milking an averago cows, shipping the whole milk tiw,la of Wairirn ooun'ty; Vloa Sanoitor MoCoimeM, of Caldw.ill county a day to Montgomery and g'fttlng 20 StjcrttOiyTreasuH B. Kobentiwi, cents 'ipr ga'ton tw one hundred galtf Mclean Oounity. S'aie lons dally. This milk Is re'tUl.'d in OrgUEi'Z'.ir J. F. Dcus, of Muhkimberg tha caipital alt y nit 40 cwnfa ikf gallon. All of his cows aw uiure brdd Jeraoy of caurCy. Mr. llfiniry M. Puil'il Hanttond, was uleated as ouo of the but net ne'isierrd and are htulUiy mijmilxjrs of the Beard of Dln.KJ'tW. and iwil'.l yia'jl well. HIj kenw all th.; th of th h Ifidr'calves for iMpluDliliiinig Mr. Pm le Is Che 9 cr4 airy Ohio couul'y Union, and a prominent herd. oatitonsiiou Hils principal feed dis was Equiy KuAjr and hiia meal, hullia uu's, Htuuw and cow iki wise. hay; Um hulV wlilch am purchased MiM Disaster at Ceitral City. clv:aiily, aro ured only as a , tiller. Four m in are known to 'bo dja,d He haa not yet nioceoded in getting acand another Is mUring aa the result dover or alfalfa cMtabliEbkd an emploslcBi which aoounned la tho count of .the sMidy condlUon of thi of aa aoettinal CMy mine ,Wrlnn4ay bvemlag soil, ibut to hutlUing up bis tend with imt Mtur the day AWt efi 240 men ttet nd la view. Ho grow two and a wMlpaoC'cowtwategr Co the acre Uftd oobw t aurJws. . wliCch uupjoi:s in this ja-- p 27if. T Carson HARTFORD. f Co., f KENTUCKY. INCORPQRATED t -. 1 d QQG9ti&tiG99GQ9999999QSQe& ' On January 1st we will offer- to our many - pa-p.- NOTICE! White-Lyo- n Bp6-iiidt- Special customers and friends our 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. HARTFORD GROCERY CO. f5 WW WorWW WW WW otTfop WW i rrlch-enui- which is fully equal to clovier and the land la huttteired. On epcoun't of the largo amount of manure made on tho with fanm and which la dUitrlbu'Md with (neither manure spivadars, growing co pas, ho da b ulWtog up abrJand rapidly, ifo does not plant wary much corn as his land is not yot strong trnough, fault on sqme Molds makes 50 'bushels per acne. Oats aro one of his bjat crops .which he raises buhsate pur to ih extent of sivty acre. ."3 .This year Mr. Young planted one acres of cot'on which yielded bale to the acne while his neighbors made a half bale or lass. Ilia aal'Jtan was of such excellent quality that h? sold all .the aoed or planning anolher Tibia man was a good fanrnwr In Kentucky and carried his good draining and practice Into Abo ociiittm country where be Is helping to n.vola'loo- Izo tho NttW South. vale for governor to lito last tJction by counitiles, and also the popuJaitioa of Che StaOe (h coua'JtcjB) for 1919 and 1900. It 1 a nulghitB handiy thing to have about your parson whan you wwofc 10 know "Who's Who ajpdi What's Whfl in Qcminiartiion wi'h tho body of Ken bucky iAigislaitors. Why ens instead of weakening the yarn. It enters into the fibre of the yarn and can sever wear of? not on the hottest days, nor on tho most delicate feet. Besides, the dye is Non-Poisono- us They are colored with dtrdy. This dye strength- Vm Prvj-Mdin- i't 1- Who. that ever en- Tb topprlicg aftoniooa nbwstpapr of the Fill3 CIAy, is out again wi'h its Who's IjouIflvlUie Timies, and Antiseptic As for colors, our display counters look like an art gal-A lery, so brilliant are toe tfffl hues "Wnols Who" a Uttle book full of evry lmpoi'uanlt inifannnaitlcn toncn.'nning. tihia Grjni.'ral AsdJmbly of tin a 8'n?o I that is naw doimj bui:to.3 nit uh I Stan Caiiiilial. Tho ibook giiw rtiho nainis of a'l shades ttitu Bnksnbkjrfe of Iboth housed cf the toglslariune, iWU a bnl'f bto3ra11hCc.il sketch (If Ukinw It oilso contains a qapltol bnlef hilsltary of the .various buUdicigs tin Che &ia e and a ocnpk.ito offifcwra of both Uat of Wne nouau of the General AtwtmiWy pf the TBeurx-ieix'd-L State fnrni ton Clntt to (the teat ra-lo- a of tho body. AfKrtbkx valuahlw pttldal Hartford, fea'jone I tibe giving ot th 1 the very latest the last word in Stocking Styk Se. Co., Kentucky. ' 1 NOTECTION TO May and Buoh qplaU'cs B:wm to Hop? as road Mvj lly if not as numerously Into mall box of a man w&hout fe1'ju.m FISH AND GAME as previous Instances have e'.uowm If hio but advn'Jnvr aro proof srufifl-ol- ht 'that no man may lwvjj a good Be Provided At Present Ses- excusj for remaining unwpd. In days of knighthood a lovelorn Paladin may sion of General Ashvo sought In vain far a ma'.ie,!m n,iv any tfjtaourd man is likely to be Directory County Ohio Fao72ssrDirjL&i 4House Plants Free ISiMWWMBMSMSMSMCSSS I Ji'., iMMMMMM sembly. d.:ugd itih pirposals gums law A comprolDendvo to pravonit tlw uxtw.utsinattan at ewmo and fo:d tish from Kcnfucky waters will bo Introduced In tfcp .lower Houao of lijsis'a'jure fjhds xys.k, Uid measure having boon drawn WJ tih.j asuH of a conoanb'd imowmitait of Loulavillo morchanl'Sv Under tho itonms of tho proposed law It will b a mlsddniuUinor.jpundsh-abl- e by n. Sims of wait more tton ?5.), for a person to have to luis a sutae iwlitih a mean unidcr two inches to. diamo'jcr or !to have In bus poss to offer for tnto tlah und.j" a contain long'Ji, tha slaw of tho Knny avtahea varying as tiho secies' Is rare of plentiful. ,Th act makva it obligatory uopn tho flshormwn to njiuwi to tfcho fmatxjrs ILre LsJi of livjas dian line Salmon, twelve following lengths: lncb.s; catfish, wlavcin inchkti; wU.lt.-basbuffalo, thirteen (ton laches; inebxfi. "Hue talcing tif Wade bass by salne Is prohibited altos jtfwr. upon the Dties Tho act is niodol-already in ofCeot. In llllno'.s and Indiana. Inasmuch aa Kentucky rtpar-la- n mro and criminal S'atutrB mark on to tho tiw Ohio, Indiana and Illinois shores of itho" Ohio rlvwr, tho law if posted would work a swoons change In liaising candIti!on3 in tills laMi tun. Constipation ds the cause of many make ailments and disorders that Chamberlain's llfo mlsaxable. Tako 1&P Stomaoh and lilwr TaibMp, will your bowels regular nnd you avoid tlio3o dlsioa.s. Dor bale by all m druggists. do-lgpoiia-jaslod low-.wn.i- cr ho mak.8 it his thoughts Nor aro such circumstance When oltiior fame or fontunj biifalls one of tine eoatljr sx, pariulcu'arly If sho bo itho honolno of a ixman't!c or perilous adwanture, theiie is usually n bisktfitul of gallant proi)osial3 ofimar-rlag- e iwlitluln a fw days. A very extensive matnlniom'al bus'.miss lsliius foatrciiy.d quite unintentionally by an our on'.onpnlalng nows sjrvloe and Kccollenit post off loo system. onio-dlde- mantiogio If publ'.o knoiwlodgvi that aro Iwnit on ma'nlmony. c We havo four beautiful Ihiupu plants to givo away absolutely freo to every fanner's wifo in tin's section. These plants consist of: 1 1 1 1 Mrs. Lawson Carnation Geranium Flowering Begonia Boston iFern $100 Reward, $100. of this papar will bo ploasod to learn that there Is at least one dreaded ilisoaaj that Bolonco has utagve, bcion able to cure Jn all its and that Is Catarrh. Hall's Catawh now Cure Is the only posl'dve euro known to tho medical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional disease, ,Tlho ixdws By special arrangement with the Farmer and Stbckman of St. Louis, we can ofTer The Hartford Republican, one year; The Farmer and Stockman one year, both for $1.25, and give these four house plants postage paid absolutely i free. The Farmer and Stockman guarantees these plants to be in growing condition when they reach you. They will be mailed direct from tho lloiists' green house to our subscribers, all charges prepaid. Wo are only allotted a few hundred of these plants. Therefore, we urge you to take advantage of our oiler at once if you want this collection. It will doubtless take only a short time for us to give away our entire allotment. Fill out the coupon now, before it is too late, and mail it or send it to us with 1.25 todaj. treatment. requires a constitutional Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken internally, acting directly uiwn the blood nnd mucous surfaces of the system, thereby deatrojing the foundation of the disease,and giving itiho patient sitnefngth by building up the constitution nnd assisting nature in doing its work. The proprietors have so much faith in Its curative powers thait they offer One Hundred Bolians for any cosj thait fails to cure. Send for list of testimonials. CO., AddivsB F. J. CHENEY & Toledo, O. Sold by all Druggists, 75c. .Take Hall's Family Pills for constim pation, USE THISCCOUPON. Date HARTFORD REPUBLICAN, Hartford, Ky., Gentlemen: Attachedjs $1.25 for yhichsend mo The" Hartford Republican one year; the Farmer and" Stockman;; t one year; and your four house plants.; Narrow Escape while Hunting The Hancock Clarion, of Hawesvllle. Ky., says: Th ire ar.o ti'so gantl an-- n in Hancock county who have good and sufficient cause to remember Chnlflinias Enoch day, 1911, the same b.iing Fjv.11 and Arnold Rice, eaah living Tfc-in were hunting near town. dltkrunt nieighborihoods, nnd no two men ever flirted wih diMth eo opooly as itihay did. The hamm.?ais of Fruil's gun hung on some green briars and the discharge of .both barrels tore all his clothing from his ibivoat and took off a strip of skin an inch wide and sjvor.iil dnohjs long. The next bird up ihe winged, .but in nn hour ho gat to Chinking about the narrow escape and went to pieoo3. He immediately sold ills gun, gave Ms dog am ay and announced tliat he was done with hunt Ing. He is rhgard&d as one of the beat wing shots in the county and is ordinarily very carhtful, iburt ihe is now warning a wst .with a great slug cut from the front to lamind him of his nanrow icscape. Mr. Rice was a little more modest but thfcjne mas preswnt tihie thrill wihioh goes to one being snatched from the grave. His gun was accidentally discharged upvrord while on or Maar the ground. One side of (Ms fiace, it is saM was nuatly shaved wJith shot, while tihe rim of his hat .was bio win in ' to atoms. y WHITESVILLE Berry Evans, Only, 'Itann., Jan. Booillo Brans, Owjnsbuiru, and Del Evans, Louisville, vlsifi.d tlw'.r Blsttf, Miss Bora Evans, Monday. Colorado, Mr. and Mrs. Hildrwl, Miss were tho guests of her nunit, Enuna Hays during Christmas. Miss Emma S'jowant is sp.mding tiie It. BiJ.v-an- t. week with her bro'.hor, 12. " My Name is My Address is Circuit Court-- T. P. nirkhcad, Judge; Ben D. ninuo, Attorney; W. 1. Mldklff, Jailer; E. O. llarrnM, Clerk; F. L. Master :ommlsloner; 11. T. Collin. Trurtee Jury Fund; T. It. lilack, Sheriff, Hartford. Dejjutlea-- 8. O. Kcown an first MonLon lilack. Court conenc day In February and continues tlitcc weeks; third Monday In Arll, two weeks second Monday In June, tlirco weeks; third Monday lu October two weeks. County Court. 11. H. Wedding, Judco; W. 8. Tlnsloy, Clerk, C. K. Smith, Attorney, Hartford. Court convenes first Monday In each month. Quarterly quuilcrly Court Begins on tho fourUi Monday In February, May, August ami November. Court of Claims Convenes first Tuesday In January and first '"ucsduy In October. S. Moxfley. Other County Offlcun-- C. Ky., 11. K. U. FordBVlllo, Surveyor. No. il; liernurd Felix .Assessor, Hartford. Ky.. It. F. D. No. 2: Henry Leach. Superintendent, Dr. A. 11. Hartford; illlcy, Coroner, HurUord. JUSTICES' COUUTS. B. S. Chamberlain, Hartford, Tuesday after 3rd Monduy in March, Tuesday utter 3rd Monday In June, Tuesday after 3rd Monday in September, Tucsduy after 3rd Monduy In December. O. K. Scott, Cromwell, Wednesday ofto 3rd Monday In March, Wednesday after 3rd Monday in June, Wednesday after 3rd Monday In September, Wednesday after 3rd Monday In December. John H. Miles, Itockport, Friday after 3rd Monday in March, Friday after 3rd Monday In June, Friday after 3rd Monday In September, Friduy after 3rd Monday in December. J. C. JnckBon, Ccntcrtown, Saturday after 3rd Monday In March, Saturday at tcr 3rd Monday In Junet Saturday ufter 3rd Monday In September, Saturday after 3rd Monday in December. M. C. Cook, llenfrovr, Tuseday nfter 2nd Monday In February, Tuesday after 2nd Monday In May, Tuesday ufter 3rd Monday In August, Tuesday after 2nd Monday In November. Thomas Sunders, Dundee. Wednesday after tho second Motiduy In February, Wednesday after 2nd Monday In Muy, Wctluesduy niter 3rd Monduy In August. Wednesday ufter 2nd Monduy in November. C.- - Y s,l,es, Fordsville, Thursday .ml Monday in Fchruury, Thursduy nfter after ,ondy In .May, Thursday after H"'.1 Jni Monduy In August, Thursduy after 2nd .Monday In No ember. J. J., l'utton, ltnlph, Friday after 2nd Monday in February. Friday ufter 2nd Monduy In Muy, Friday uftir 3rd Monday In August. Friday after 2nd Monday In November. HAUTFOUD rOMCU COUIIT. C. M. Crowe. Judge, O. IS. I.IUens.Clty Attorney; Sam ltlley. .Mnrthnl; Court convenes second Monday In inch month. U,t.y ,V,l.mUI-- JWIlllniiiB, Muyor; II. T. Collins. Clerk; S. K. urer. Members of Council, Cox.It.Treas- !' T. J- W. ray or, W. LJ. IlL'nn. i;. v. M. Fulr, 1'en Kills. Moore. s- - Olemi. r?c'l0S,,..Tr.U8tle',-- J' s. llnsley. Secretary, C. M.chnhmnn; linrn-jlt- . C. M. Crowo and Dr. U. li. 1'endleton. ItELlQIOUS SEUVICES. Fo-ll- x, Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law HA.KTFORD, KY. Will praotlco his profsiion In this and n J Joining counties. Commercial4 and Criminal I'nvcUco a Specialty, Barnes & Smith Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. Mxivra. Wr. It, IliiriuH tuid C. B. Uiey lutvo tform-- a SinlUi announce jnuc-tlc- o iwrUi'TiJu'j) for filio oi law, oxo at criminal nml illvor cosjh, Mr. Smith Iwlng Gouri'y Attar-nii- y Is litxuvnted (rani liruculciivgrntch cctsve. Mr. UnriKH Willi lmllvldunlly OfCios aocuj't Mich practloA In Hartford Itvimbllcoiii .building, Hart- 'tot iwrnl ford, Ky. Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, - KY. Will practice his profession la Ohlsj and adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeals. Criminal practice and Collections a Specialty. Office Id the Her aid building. FRANK L.FELIX, HARTFORD, - KY. practtco his profession In all the Will Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, nnd In the Court of Appeals. Also Notary Public. Office over First National Bank. JOItXIl. WII.SOS CI1AS. M.CItOWH Attorney at Law YANCYL.MOSLEY, WILSON & CROWE t s:. llar-".an- LAWYERS HARTFORD, - KY. Will practice their profession In all the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, nnd in tho Court of Appeals. Special attention given to criminal practice and to collections. OffJoi cm Main &., opposite- - Court House. New or Old Subscriber? ejwrot Miss Nina Wolkir, Phllpct, throe days last week wiith Miss Mary i A. Wedding. Mrs. Eanl Miller and chdldnen, of Oloverpar.t, visltqd relatives Ihora OhnisJ iua3 ,wvvk. NoUflo Boll, and Jessie MoCarn, visited lama Maaan, Fordsville, Monday and Tuesday. Miias OnU Ralph, Ralph, is staying a ehoit while with hjr sister, Mrs. C. A. Kelloy. spent Roy Briatoiw, Marlon, Ky., Christmas with ills parents. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Brooks, Newman, Ky., visited relatives bono last woek. to Onds Greer returned yostiarday Washington, D. C, after two pyiaks stay wifih his paimlts, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Groj. Irof. I. S. Mason come down from lYwdsvllle, yesterday. Adrresslall Orders to IHE HARTFORD ftEll pvenltiK every firHi and third Sunday In each month. Sunday School y.15 a. m. Pravnc montlm i,inrif xt...i.,..- day evening. Itev. Virgil i;iBln I'astor. every iuiiiBi .uurcii pen icesCumi.... sundny moriilnir nn.l f.vnltit. ui..v..i J:4j a. iii. 1'ruycr meeting very Wednesday evening. Itev. J. W. llrunor. Christian Church Sen Ices fourth Sunday al 11 a. m. and 7 p. in. Sunda bCllOOl 2:30 D. III. i:irtfr W. 11 Wrli.l.l pastor. C. I. Churcli-Servl- ces first Sunday In each month at 11 a. iu. and 7 p. in. Sunday Scool H:I5. ana J. NEY FOSTER Notary Public HARTFORD, KY. Ohio County HARTFORD, KY. to-da- y. This is an age of great discoveries. Progress rides on tho air. Soon we may so 3 Uncle Samte mall carriars ililng In all dlnaahions, transpoiTting mall. Poaple ake a wondjrful Interest to a dlscovury that bjneWt3 tin jn. BlHiov-or- y That's why Br. King's N-for Coughs, Colds and othor throat and lung dls.oasas is jthe most popular mwdlclno In Atmeitica. "It cured me of a dneadful cougih," wm!td3 Mra J. F. Davis, SUok!ihy Cornr, Me., "oftor doctor's trcatnionit and all other jvmedlcs had failed." For cougnj, down stairs at times on my hands colds or any bronolUal aftoCilon its and knees. My doctor told me I unequaled. Price 50c and $1.00. Trial had an acute attack of inflammatory m bottle froo at all dnugglats. rheumatism. I was in the hospital for weeks, but was scarcely able to by Letter. Proposing I read about Wo ore not nuoj&iarlly to lntur tliat walk when I left it. Dr. Miles' Nervine Grotin, of tho iviasion Col. E. II. H. a bought a bottle and began to get Texas and New York Qias bought big atoam yacht and Is mupantod to better from the start, and for the tho past six months I have had scarcely bo going abroad Is to escape flood of projwsals of marriage, Which any pain and am able to walk as well as ever." had roachid some 0,000 at Jctist J.H. Sanders, Rockaway, N. J. P. O. box 5, For the colon'.J doesn't, fret Few medicines are of any benefit uiulor sucli on avalanciie of hcants for rheumatism, but Mr. Sanders and iiaiiid fixely pivffortd; lw to somj outertalnmeiiitout tells plainly what Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine did for it. One of Ww matter. Thure nuiat bo more or ld-- s kiocu-kitio- n ounce of salicylate of soda added to on itliu part of the tmbllc up- one bottle of Nervine makes an excellent remedy for rheumatism, on the typoJ splrl'ual and of tlw C.00O maids or wldunu, o'lhor-wis- e which is now known to be a nervfancy fiv.e, who hae pioposed. ous disease and therefore subject to medicine that acts how many nre blondes, how many ure the influence of a docs Ji'jw many tiro oivjwnud wit through the nerves, as bnuuotUf), Dr. Miles' Nervine an auburn autxoloor wair ubony tinjss-o- s iblack as a raven's wing; ihow man Sufferers from rheumatism seldom liavo soulful llmiK'd eiyta, liow many fail to find relief in the use of laughing orbs and dimples? ImaginaDr. Miles' Nervine, with salicylate tion may lw rife; although Alio Texas of soda. bachelor's curiosity lias In buiiw casguarantee thatattUMi Sold unricr es boon gratified by idiatogroiiha ct th return of tha'arioa of th first bottle to kanaftt. the fair ones who eo strikingly inako If It falls MKDICAL At all Drugjlata. CO, Elkhart, In. MILKS known itbJilir Indlfiforanco to leaaioiear. JOl ttbis kind at amatory, talsaHxfc 4 v. Mall CarrTerfTwill Fly. Muldoon, tho famous iiralor ami conditioner of men, "Monoy hogs and nioniey inailroees aro the itwln oaus.s of riie di eay," ho said: "The conrodlns tofluonco ctftMe great enaad tor wealth has bean felt la aviary walk of life. "Takio itho millionaires inlha achieve tlwm, wcail'h. I eA tham, lots of worn out, dlsslpaUxl, cnaid by liholr parp'jlu&l struggle for rcioniy. They burmad out, body and soul, and tbalr youniggfcr chlldnaa ana worse. ,Tha Sees Race Decay in America. garanatilon loses Its vitality dts ambi6w Phlladalphla, Pa., Jan. "The tion, Its jnorals and Jts naimforfan. American rao3 is degenerating with They aro no good to tborngjUvs and MghAful nainidltj-,- " fald William U. no good to any one ola?. Aiul all this Is the result of too much money." I'. Foreman .Secretary. Keystone Cliuptcr No. 110, R. A. M., meets every third Saturday night In each month. John T. Moore High I'rlcst: OTTO W. S. Tlnsley, Secretary. Hartford Chapter No. S, O. E. S., meets second und fourth Monday evening, Mrs. S. A. Anderson, W. M. Miss when somttMie rudely Intrrujiitied' iwltli Lizzie Miller Secretary. Hough 110, Knights of the query, "Did you filnlsh fiw dtnnwr Pythias, Itlver Lodge No.Tuesday night. meets every J. B. Tappan, C. C, J. Ney Foster, K. wilth nuts choritiniits?" of K. & S. Hartford Tent No. 39, K. O. T. M.. Tho cloak room group was not allem meets overy first third Thursday for some momejnts, but chuckled rlsl-bl- night H. D. Walker,andCommander; L. I. Foreman, llccord Keeper. "Affairs at Washington," Sunshine Hive No. 42. L. O. T. M.. MagaChopiiile, In National meet every first and third Friday night In each month. Mrs. Attye Oriffln.Lady zine for January. Commander; Mrs. Lula Pendleton, Lady itccord Keeper. Carpenters and Joiners local No. 1881, meets 1st Saturday night In each month. Noah Skaggs, l'res.; W. D. Luce, s. All Mnttcrs Given Prompt AttenSECIUiT SOCIETIES. PENSION AFFIDAVITS A Hartford Lodge No. Ci5. F. V A. M., tion. meets first and third Monday night In each month. Owen Hunter, V. M., L. SPECIALTY. C. MAItTIN' . P.McKKNNKT Martin k McKeiuey Hartford, Ky. General Insurance Life. Accident. SicK ''i mni S1m. WILL ALSO BOND YOU.l Chest Pains and Sprains Sloan's Liniment is an excellent remedy for chest and throat affections. It quickly relieves congestion and inflammation. A few drops in water used as a gargle is antiseptic and healing. " I have lued Sloan'f Llutmenl for yean andean testily to' lu uondertul efficiency. I have used it for tore throat, croup, lame back and rlieumatiim and in every caie It gave instant relief." KEUECCA JANE ISAACS, Lucy, Kentucky. Acme Lodge No. 339, I. O. O. F., meets secot.d and fourth Friday night In each month. W. It. Hedrlck Noble Grand Ohio Tribe No. 188, Imp. Order Red Men, meets second and fourth Wednesday night In each month. James C. lien nett. Sachem. A. E. Fate, Chief of Records. Hartford Camp, W. O. W. No. 202 Consul Commander, Thomas Williams; Clerk, W. C. Wallace. Preston Morton Post No. , a. A. R., holds regular meetings Saturday before the first Monday In each month. Ash-for- d Mills, Commander; J. M. Rogers, Adjt. A. S. C. M. Uarnelt Secretary. What Makes a Woman. One hundred "I was Crippled, could hardly walk and had to Crawl and twenty pounds, Electric Bitters FOR KIDNEYfLIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE k is the best medicine ever aaM over a druggist's counter. musiclo more or less, of ibona and don't make a woman. Its a good foun and datlon. Put Into it hoaltdi stirjiigtih and sho may mule 'a kingdom, ljut that's Jus?t what Eteetnbc Ultitors give her. Thousands .bices thum for aviorcomlng' fainting and dizzy qp.'lls and for dispelling wualuioos, ncjnvous-ni3is- s, UsUiis, backaoho and tiivd, "Eljotirlc WUtars worn out feelings-- . hano dans iw a wortdof good,',wnlitid3 1 Bliza Pool, Drnow, Okla., "and for tlianlt you, with all my Uittrt, making Buoh a good medlolno." Onby all drux-glst- s. ly 50c. Guaninb-jemi Succeed when everything elae tttisV In nervosa prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy, as thousands have testified. of E. National Officers: er Here's Proof S. D. Kump, Indianapolis, Ind. State Officers; H. M. Froman, Carroll county, Pres. T. T. Barrett, Henderson county Vice President M. F. Sharp, Narrows, Ky. Vice President J. M. Woods. Secretary-Treasur- President. S. B. Robertson, McLean county, Sec-Trea- s. SLOANS LINIMENT is excellent for sprains and byiiscs. It stops the pain at once and reduces swelling very quickly. Sold by all dealers. Congressional Chestnuts. An aftenmaith Christmas story was related by a Cansrvisman iwturnus from an o'dfajihlontd d'nner oji Caps thlj turkyy, tho Cod. Ho niid sjjse dncisaliig, turnips, oncins, wild thai rani''' the aUiier vogrbi tlio douaji't, Tho gwl Jatly of lht liousr?, lie said, had made two kinds of iLo. Ono was applo and tho oththat or mince, and slue was ativild when tliu gujsts came to pie thtoro might he a mistake tu choas'jng. S: sho mark.jd t.lujm "T. M." wns asle(l."rtot'S thlb ."Whait," sl-T. IV mau? llow can you dlstlnguls them?" "Woll," aha Bold with a contented and "ono menus '1TI0 'mince' the o'.ihwr "TadnU mlnae.' " The CongreBsman was about to ex plain tiujc lw took a little of totb, d rs g-j- Prtom, 2Mo; BOo., $UOO anrtal wTH TVmU Sloan's Treatise on the Horse sent free. Address O. P. Roomer, Warren county, State Organizer. C. C. Allen. Henry county, and Lat-ti- e Graves, Allen county, Assistant state organizers. Board of Directors. Ben Watson, Warren county; C. M. Barnett, Ohio county; A. II. Brooks, Bracken county; It. K. I. Ray, Hardin county, and J. F. Doss, Muhlenberg county. Ohio County Officers: 8. L. Stevens, Pres., Beaver Dam.Ky. Henry Plrtle, Sec. Hartford, Ky. D. Ford, Treas., Hartford, Ky. COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION. Henry Leach, Chairman, Hartford. Ky. 1. L. B.' Tlchenor, Hartford, It. F. D. No. 6. 2. E. C. Hartford, Reynolds, Ky, 3. M. S. l'atteison, Oluton, Ky. 4. 11, L. Alford, Whlto Hun. Ky. E. Richard 1'lnmer, Taylor Mlnes.Ky, 6. J. L. Brown. Itockport. Ky. ' ttss M lulsw tasks roa oar iisrBisnsat eustomr. rTlKCtlltftlH r.'.LKISi U T SpUMlM th flnwt Tsnlf. I SPECIAL OFFER: AtrUIWtU ftUU tm kaHS Haw S bits TUIt. -4 irt.s.Wu, S.is- 'MU nrutlsiia aU. UU1HAHEU HlflflaTI IsaM SEEDS' THHTHMI Writ i toayt sjs; BIBSgSlsl rUUIE. Mtuthm Mis fttw. u4 SH, mtlf tkU v,tJah! WIW I . AWVAWWVWWWMVWVI SEND lO CENTS poUf tM ptcklBf ioeprt i outStwatWH siB)ricuTSh ofHunu cmm jTuai U til iboot Um BMt arWUt ol 9dt, WffJUMr kn.w. iwcttH, """nsa mni TU1. i HI Blf M mm m Dr. EariS.SIoaa iilr? Mast, jNsMsvffl I 1 ivlM .. m i j.- - Ajo. Aj..'v-,- , rf 'jvitt, , w For Sale drftwlntf Iuiw to I rwi VtIscU), IM obUIln laurnu, Irwla COMtlKhUl, I ALL COUNTRIES. IJHslntH iiirfti rim watHHgion tavti iimr.t mflniy aHti pjirn inepattnr. Pitant tnd Infringement Practice Exciuiiveiy, A rlui or romo to us At VnlUl SUtM f.Unt Offlet, I 110 Eltktt Itiwt, WASHINGTON, D. C. COL LAMPTON LOOKING FOR UNIQUE CHARACTER Advertises $100 Reward For Per- pROCURCDANDDC wiximwirt,! i.irl Real Estate! Acres of tho finest Rough river bottom land located thrco miles west of Hartford. About 20 ncrcs In cultivation. Good dwelling and out build-IngA bargain for $1,200. CO s. woota ago th3 Badt'ondi rocfld1ad botdt-- al ponl a at East Iilvonpoot dudlnrd for I'lt'aburg. Tlw oswnv.r and Hs Dmiring d wl'o ascomiKwiJod thiem. right ono of tho ponilns got wnn unl broko op in a cago cf Tlio oggi. ownix cblniod thait itho iany was fouuilrflvd and aslaed itilw boat owmuiw to mako good tlio daiuag-- . Oan'jaln Kraft gao Ulm a ohnclc of $30, but tfncn'd'jnt Klnnplo liad tlio cliuck No Man is Stronger Than His Stomach Is strong all over. No man can be strong who is suffering from weak stomach with Its consequent indigestion, or from some other disease cf the stomach and its associated organs, which impairs digestion and nutrition. For when tho stomach Is weak or diseased there is a loss of tho nutrition contained in food, which is tho source o( all physical strength. When a man "doesn't feci just right," when he doesn't slccn well. Iins an unenmfnrtnMn feeling in tho stomach after eating, is languid, nervous, irritable and despond cat, he is losing the nutrition needed to make strength. A strong man son Who Has No "Wants" iu To Present to World. Mu iioimUr Titf'jr, of njTsiii r nnd Now Yprlc lini awaker.ijd n grvtut by amijng iLlw GotlmmKui In hailjig ct'furJ it rmund foir dividual wlio as yJi ilins npt in dilwt guvuit clay, flihte Is wut. offijd for UUj tho of Honvj grrat crJmM, lrloe cif whutij Jujid would bo of aluj to scckst)' or tho nllijBeid Coinimoniuoilth, suali 03 th,j ncooimpllcnj in OUj gm.'uit dymantUlns aclwmt.ij Muvt aru aMg. 1 rto iluivm 'bejn huadt.xl hy tlw McNainaras. No, tlw njwatid olll PW to havo bd'tfi offor-o- d iby sonrjj orw no ually invtlunnedi to iiiUnjly ihannlcca and. who had aiL- .n talru.id to a H'atus Jn pld'or and Mich 03 would rwndtT him porfout u pkucu ly conijaind ua'.Iafivd, If wd'Ji his luft, tn tiliiU fxtn'M vlu.J It his lwjn said "tliai man waq'js but Hitlo lwro b ilow," iwhiVj at lvj aam tilnw 0i a! ajitolnly wn.nl inig Uhpfc 1A-and fcil.U samo moi'id oanAlnuous- iy. Col. W. iniaglzlinio d. Wlin thy boat was jvailng J. Lampton, Bast Llvori)ool iUu Slw:dff of Columbiana county aUoch.d tho boat on n warrant for $30 damages. Captain th'j Kraft njihilMid tlw fnwlglut on aijd thw staaintir Iv:inaha, deck hands and ljfjt In Bjaroh of courua-l- . It iwas alU;id Lhat Ui ora:r of Uii lionlj had pjrjuriid liama;lf In before a Jusitoa at Bast Ij!v.t-poo- l. toa'..l-f)iln- mKHmL t kAAAaLs' OVER 66 YEARS' EXPERIENCE Wo havo 4C0 acres of fine bottom land from ono and a half to two miles of Hartford, part of It with timber. Also about 75 Acres of upland belonging to the same tract Terms easy. A now ono and one-hastory frame building with flvo rooms and large rccptlcon ball, built out of tho best Situated on Clay selected material. and Fred r lea streets, Hartford, Ky. Lot C0x205 foot Fine well of soft water. All necessary out buildings. Terms reasonable. lf li Sue a man should use Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, It cures diseases of the stomach and other orians ot digestion and nutrition. It enriches the blood, Invl&oratca tho liver, strengthens tho kidneys, nourishes the nerves, and ao GIVES UE21LTH UND ST11ENGTH TO THE WHOLE BODY. rj-wa- rd on 'g iisnns AnTflne sending n sketch nnd description tnur liitrklr moertnlti our opinion free ictlior i ItiTtMitlon U pmtinblr pntcntnhl P'nmmititlrn. tlnnsMMctrrcmillileiit M. HANOBOOR on rntrnti km it free. (Mile, nirener forHirfnrptttcntii Mutin A Co. receive rntvnfc Uhen tfiroui Irrrlal node. liliout clmrflo, la the ttiipno-lvjniil- You can't afford to accept a secret nostrum as a substitute for this non- alcoholic medicine op known composition, not even though the urgent dealer may thereby make a little bigger profit. Ingredients printed on wrapper. Tlw atitaohmonit wias with- Trade Manns DESIGNS Copyrights Ac. . drawn and tho lludfoixl iwjnit on Iwr tnip to Parkrtsburg. Tho SJierlff wi:3; bo BUtjd for doimagU3 mul lilno lusny owm'ir nr.d I1I3 wife will too nhargsd with perjury. GILLESPIE BROS. W.H.&J. F.GILLESPIE Proprietors HAVE YOUR SUITS Her Life a Burden. Cleaned hn1srtmcll lllnstrstnd weeklr. f jirernt nr. rulallmi of anr sclentltla luiirii.l. Terms, 13 a four niotitns, f u Boia iijnn n.ffsurni.rii. A Scktilific Jltitcricatt. Q361Br..d..r.NeWYtirk w.ocn omen, ua r bu wasniniion, u.u. Subscribe for The. Republican i' $1.00 per year. nine room two story dwelling Centertown, Ky., hag good cistern, good cellar, nover falling well of water, good stable and other out buildings, one acre lot of ground. A jnlendld location for family residence and hotel, price end terms reasonable. Apply to BAUNBTT & FOSTEIl, Agents, Hartford, Ky. Good In POSITIONS GUARANTEED GUARANTEE position If naod WE will us roaluoon. Woyou n many more you once to Bupply tho onormoub demand at Ratcllff, Tex. In a letter from Ilat-cllf- f, Mrs. Mattlo Campbell says, "My health was very bad. I suffered untold misery every month, and at times Iwlshod for death to end my suffering, for life was a burden to mo. I tried Cardul, and It helped mo right plnoss." If you suffer as Mrs. Campbell did, Cardul will certainly holp Tho Colon il .watt's to find his man. you, as It did her. Why not try 11-wiaTiteitJLnshiihwih.jl(xk3 ib.ftwi- C-- ll , find If hu Euctveda Jn dtsiaor-orfn- g itT his h. rj Is on.3 man who will luni nulj .th,3 "bumiKirs" of ;hk F. V. V. all the way to Now York 10 ljt a pja nit him, for lw will crfohily hi ikn'Ji n.'li-f?kQ)i-j3- i Pressed 6 LACKSMITHING AND REPAIR WORK special attention. Hats Cleaned and Repaired. Work called for and Repairing and Dyeing neatly done. Ladies work given KILLthe COUCH WITH Horseshoeing a Specialty. - Ky. delivered. month. Club rate $1.00 per Clill), for our graduates. As soon as wo got tbo required number of students this ofTer will bo withdrawn. Bo wrlto at onco lor particulars. wjlng, Just AND CURE the LUNGS Hartford Pressing t W. HCIIWAHTS5 rttiwiirAL -- V yf ' iwattifczZMtaacris inn ffitjff why ColcmJ Lnnipton lias a lntMi)3.cd In finding such a ohanaotier and is rwlIKug o lay hundiiod dollars of Ills good money for Uw flisd W10 ari uruablpj to bur-inls-- ?, Y. M. C. A. BLDO., BUSINESS COLLEGE HftoUroMATBII KHTAnt-TMtirn t.orjisvir.r.'n. KY. mr.ovii Webster's New Dictionary THE MERRIAM WEBSTER? It Is a NEW CltEA-pccBuTI0N coverlntc every field of the world's thought, action and culture The only sett- - unabridged dictionary to sc tluckbee's 'Tull ol l.lfc" Northern Crows fiMlin.Mil Luk.li I.... r taiilll.tlnti ..f .4 IM.. a! M lliniain.ii w. MiK'rv tM'M jv..w. t successful seed gTOHitiff behind llicra. Itpa punt the nest. bcatomblc Slicctillies: Earliest Red Valentine . . .. KefUKee Kxtra Karly N-- w fatrlnnless Green Pod . Wa'Uwell s Imp. Kidney Wax New White Wax . . Curric's Kust Proof Wnx . SEEDS DLiANS has bxonw wiearj-o- f his iirpTotilcin nnd has il.'dded to nud knows Wilt a nma-iuibring :lw Timwrd Iw affons iwcuxl In inilllons, for his man- would Buily bj tlij erxvieidt naj ural cun.osd.y bhat tho world haj jjt sjmi. 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Sis7uk tkUMMM: I sHIHH I7l SMLJirllll- - Slliit Ml I1l.il muauanmmXSSBmJtSm-imtmnm- mBhBi MiSitoin'ru.7sl.Tiiirtai.aa fsuaillllnili i tt M ymn It W Vt ftsaMflsBsissWsa. SutssUrtl Rmm4 sRH fw asmn IMsMbMsVsbb. sBssssasBSssaKFy Wfa tsM vWw VKkSiwm ''mil. "J Bii aMmw, km wi. km &L tWM tMi. JjsMtU sHHM HsvUki tiMifsi V srWHisBi .tlM Efi-Swkl- CASTORIA Poiy ig FOR FLETCHER'S MATHENEY & BATTS. CaM Heap of vaHVy si smsw wBBSSBsy tmaa stsSMsssss m VM smsrnl msMwmui askllasklBAtpM IIMIt 1 MtsM fNtm tlkt MtMss.s'M'Mkrts mlmmmmmaM fFVVVRa'fMVssrfl Troiile. ooanty, The Sharltt ol OolirmWana tied Ohio, U in trouble (or having UP ihe pawainjr wtawmar H. K. Bed- Aiepun ur Cora M Stat ljivcirpoai. ma. Vfl . LksssriMl ssfssasrlsalsiai OT'faVV MNkSSBMltlSss1. "" BBV i.A.afll.tl.tlififilfrlfcft v wm m fl tli Saturday, JnuaLry fflffl Begins 20th. J J Make Your Arratigemetits to be on Hand the Opening Day. Two Weeks of Bargain Giving. E NEW FLAN ADDPED p . BARNES Beaver Dem, of BROTHER Kentucky. MallBNRY 1 town lot.. $C. 00 Layton, Mrs. Josephine, 3 (town XO. IS EAST FORUSVILIJE. NO. 3 BE DA. 1S.C3 lots A Edgar, 214 acrm .. ..$2S.3 Hliuu, Mis. Ida, 1 town lot .. $1. Landrum, S. I., 2 town lots .. 11.39 Ha'XJlior, J. W., SO ncivs .... 7.45 XO. 30 PRENTJS. Maddox, Mrs. Mati'Je, 123 acres 11.70 Jones, J. W., 10 aotvs .x 4.20 Man, W. II., 7 aures .. v.. $3. .SO .... S.75 Paries, Mrs, L. T., 10 acra3.. 1.75 Shultz, II. J., 32 acres Porter, Handun, 32 aor-i9. Roark, C. E. 1 town lot .. .. 10.20 T. II. BLACK. NO. 5 MAG AN. Singleton, Mrs: Mary, 75 aws. 4.90 Sheriff Ohio Gounfty. Bldwat.f, Mrs. Minnie. $2.10 Tilford, J. S., heirs, .by G. W. XO. 1 EAST HARTFORD. Neighbors, B-- n, 72 acres .. ..10.13 Moae'.-- y, town Tdlford, Agent, 1 Airs. Delia, 120 acres $13. 33 NO. 23 BL'FORD. 4.53 . lot. Travis, 1. H 1C0 acr is .. .. 7. 73 Dawson, L. J., 40 acivs .. .. $9.00 Travis, Mrs. Mary E., 4 acr s 4. 03 NO. 9 SOUTH ROCKPORT. NO. 21 BARTLET'ffi. $1.00 Brown, W. F., 10 acres XO. 2 WEST HARTFOUD 3. 13 Ambrose, T. B., 50 acres .... $7.00 Djcker, John, 1 acre Bean, Marvin, 2 towns lot3 ..$19. 30 Fulkerson, A. L., C3 acres .. 12.00 Aniuitiong, J. E 30 news .. 5.C9 Carpjnu-r- , Clint, 1 town lot ,03 5.30 aant'ett, W. S., 50 ucrus .. .. 4.39 Fulkieraon, Mrs. Mary, CO aonj 1U;S, Mrs. D. C, 179 aenjs .. 33.! 'J Mr3. .Mary, 20 acres.. 2.35 Graves, W. P., SCO noroj, 0:13 XON RESIDENT. 1S5 aoM3 .... 17.03 32.25 Fuqua, R. E town lot Bra'cfcer, C. C. by A. M. Peck m- CI Mrs. Mary E., Heck, .Mrs. Minn e, 2 town lots 0.10 Hohe-mo3.: liaugh, 1 town lot acnes 3.S0 4.90 Sharer, H. B., 2 acnes O'J 5.3'J Martin Mrs. Sallie, 115 acres.. S.19 Cessna RxUty Co., 51 town lots 4. L. J., 3 acres White. .. 4. 30 Nelson, R. 1.., 100 none3 .. .. C70 Howrton, W. T., 30 aor- -s NO. 13 EAST BEAVER, DAM. lUiwy. by W. 11. Mill r, C.fco lyvr $25.83 Smith, J. L., 147 acrs Balrd, . F., 50 aavs 1 13 30 acres Nancy, CO ncrs .. 2.70 12.S0 Shor:, Mrs. Couch, S. E., SO aews 1. 40 MilKr, W. N., 119 aeivi3 .... 17.30 Ward, 'J. A., 117 2 acrjs .. 1S.S3 Payni.'. J. F., IS acres Raicliff, T. J., 1 town lot .. S. 10 NO. 25 I1EFL1N. 141 aoijs and one I'ool, ., CO acres 7.43 Stowers, John, by T. II. Medcalt 1S.23 Morris, D. M town lot CO ncrvij 1 50 Einbry, Mrs., P. J., by J. E. XO. 29 RALPli. Spenser, Lillian, CO oeiv.t3 .... S. .10 s S.10 Moso'-ny-. 1 1o.n lot.. Embry, Agt., Narciftja, 125 acr.-- ..$10.90 Taan 'r, W. C, 53 acres . . . . 9. 33 NO. 14 WEST BEAVER DAM. XO. 32 ARNOLD. 3, S3 4 town lots ..$17.93 Cook, R. E., SO acres Fuqua, C. C, $12.00 Wrlsht A. G., 40 acivs COLORED LIST. C.C5 Hanod, Culla M., 4 acres .... S.10 Cook, Walter, SO acres NO. 1 EAST HARTFORD. Leaoli, J. A., Adnir., 1 town. Coy, All 01, 2 4.50 aews ,40 Ford, Gus. 1 to in lot 5.70 Daugliun'y, Allnrt, agent lat for ,30 Rhoads, D. S., 22 2 acres, 1 Park Dauglurty, 20 acred .. 1.70 Griffin, Tliomai, 1 town lot .. .. 50 14.95 Jolinan J. R. 23 actM 3.S0 Hhwi, DanVl, 1 town lot town lot 10.00 Iujown J. W., 200 acivis .. .. i.S7t Wives Sto'.e, 1 town loi If Stevens, J. H., 30 acres NO. 13 MCHENRY. .. C.25 Johnson, Mrs. Annie, 3 town Jloiinls, Pewy, 40 acr.o .. S3 lo'a 2.73 Refmaw, J. X., 30 aoivs .. Asbiby, R. C, 1 town lot .. 4.0 7. ,49' Deno, Ed., Agt. for Denolulra Ronifrow, W. L., 100 oetus .. COO Rarks, Chas. 1I 1 town lot.. 1.75 Stratton, R. J., 140 aciv.--s 13.30 Phipps, Gieen, 1 town .lot .... 6, ,00 1 town lot W. L., 1 town lot .... 7.43 Simpson liielrs, 52 acres .. .. 2.15 Rjndrr, W. P., 1 town lot .. 7. 10 Haln3, Taylor, Angullne, 1 town Lot. . 2. ,40 Mlllrjr, Jolin A., C town Luis.. 37.00 NO. 27 POINT PLEASANT. Payiton, T. C, 34 aorta .. .. COO Ilyens, Mrs.. Dora, 1 Icivn lot. $3.13 XO. 2 WEST HARTFORD. Ramon, William, 1 1'iown lot.. 3.40 Hockor, Jack. 30 acnes C. ,30 9.15 Basajit, Mrs., T. J., 1 town lo 9.'3 Smith, Charlie, 3 acivjs Basa itt, William, 1 town lot. . C .03 XO. 33 RENDER. Thomas GOinse, 1 town lat.. C.50 Carter, Mrs. R. J., 1 town lot. $3.03 Bnojkins, James, l towui lot.. 8..SO Unl'jed Mine Workiera of Amier- York, George, 1 town lot .... 4.C0 Backon, J. D 1 town lot ....1 4..10 1.C3 Jc:i, 1 taivn lot Coll.ns, Jack, 1 town lot .... 5.,30 COLORED LIST. William Millies Ainuajniunit Co., Nail, Lahe.ll, 1 town lot... .. 2..40 XO. 4 SULPHUR SPRINGS. 8.10 1 tciAii lot 1 town lot .... .... 1..35 $1.29 Xall Bell, Crowe, Fned, 1 acre Wakeland, Geo. C. 1 town Iqi 3.23 Sullenger, Taj lor, Dan, 1 town lot.. .. 5. 1.0 Ptton, 1 acne .. .. 3.S0 Taylor Anna, 1 town lot .. .. 1. 73 XO. 1C CENTERTOWX. NO. C CROMWELL. Assessed by Counity OVk. Asbby Riuiiand. 1 town lot .... 4.o3 Rogers, Mrs. Sirah, 2 ocnos .. $1.73 Denny, John, 1 town lot . 1. 40 3.80 Baniutt, J. L., 2 aon-iXO. 8 NORTH ROCSKPORT. SO 11.! 90 Boiyd, Mrs. Annie, 55 acuv.s .... 8.10 Napier, John, 3 acru nones .. $5.20 Graves, J. P., Cox, Fannie, col., 30 acnes .. 3.53 .. 11.93 Tuna'ill, NathaniKil, 1 town Cliapman, W. B., 70 aones Chapman, G. F 2 tawn lois.. 44.30 C.C5 lot 4.35 Ronihlll, Johu, 1G acnes Mules for Sale. XO. 13 EAST BEAVER DAM. A., 1 town lot.. 5.00 Benry, Wws., 2 town lots .... $9.83 Tlohonor, Thno3 good pairs of inulos for sale. Tlclumor, John and Arvln, 20 3.S0 Eldson, Grant, 1 itowrn lot GRAXT POLLARD, 3.80 Iloiwl'-ir- , aorus 13.00 23tl Funk, CI acres Fordsvilie, Kj 1 2C BY HARVESTER COMPANY By Experience They Learn That Newspaper Advertising Pays. Tin Bascklmrtdgj Xws, rJf Clovjr-pon- t, siyis. Orvillo I Vac, napnoa cities Ww Iirt staitfonal Hari.-- itiar Co., andiblock man- - for die 1. H. C, in Kunuucky, Htaried on bi's iii w jar'n work last vusk. Mr. Pace fnud that faiat r 'l'; i,hurtiy.',vye, Uia company icnploji d unum new men, and on'y fi.vj of mad? good. Onu c!f iiU beurdi i i iiai'B is employing dt iJaiblr" roy.i ni.i.1 mys uo fi vjI m iii it ta a'.maii iinitrcft-i'uwho will tp'ck to rtbic tails s vculuaibL.) eju?& 'ta make to tihe company. AiKi'jhbr ja:U of h's vorg is to eji nncu:s ft." the H.i:t Company tidwrti'isi eg uuivuu. He tries Its Jwat to get tihe night so 'Jietulvt'rXCsmg nanx 5 and add u-iiiMi'Oer.(Slb::uiW..o aoh them. "As miioh iai'.iii3 a.3 wj tuk.j to g It a tia" accural i, muiiATixl ,io spnl cut 03im 3 n-v -T's oni-&ulf Is ftallalng pibiut. ii(t Lto baUtom Jiai of all jvil eta rjnvjate. fllliai"a catii s onii tciTii .to knock oid ancl'ilu a; oiu olvurch niiimbor to ; ak tr.il of ana'iivr member, or cm. ivimcci Cn a town to sa nbxii nukunj ti fJ:l fj hlnisjlf siyins mean th'.nss aboU'j h'S nlshbor. If you tnirai a luraon lilnj abaut Hi Willi bi talk-.rnbis tin pojile K Land sale for Taxes. Ou By virtue of ftax is due mo, SHonlff of Ohio Counity, Kentucky, I will on Monday F.b. 5, 11)12, exipa-Housj at public sale at Itbo Count door In Haaitford, Ivjaiucky, Ujtjwr.vn Uw licurs of 10 a. an. and 2 i. m., the following lands or so much iUui-o- f 03 may be lijs.ssairy to produce the sums r.quinod, viz: o Heck, Mrs. Nannie P., tcwn NO. CERALVO. 3 1- -2 XO. i!3 4s usuailV lot 4.33 Igbhcnnt, W. L., acreJ.. $7.09 Taylor, (ulrin T., .A Bo-Ju- n, s s jiou nxt. XO. AusMn, Prominent American Printers. Volume? might b wrlii.'n about fH important and into.ua.iris lmasuliioa ta? printers cf E.urC'i auJ AmnLca 3 barvv plajvd In protiuing and achieving il'o gr ai . v nodi today. proiivrJry of and Proniln.?nt among thm snnd3 our own Binjani..n Franklin, thj prJ,ntr-b?- y of Boavon. O.h- rs aw WJiivby of J. F., 49 aonis 30 ?3.U0 Albln, EMzaibjjh, asrjs I.'ij p3r' iroad-i-libnt- y 9.00 Ba.lz. G. X., UO aorris G.O--t Balz?, Walton, 4 awvs r.'J" Havo, W. 11., 27 acna 4 JO Sijwart, A. II., 10 acres XO. 11 HOUSE BRANCH. lik-- ; HonombVi niniiit-i- i luck o cur oCS'eo," li Iwi.cai Loud llt:uu.Ur Jits own rriiHdd.. Gr.npar.iy Ku - en of jilr.w. .axs of sending out eliciilans, ajy-- t tajuv-enir- 3 them to ivu:ii Iii') trade, but I'j-liost-ofKa- never d. unmll-to tihii "Junk" for tir k:i Mie dtak or count ifu aer.iti3. SVunday an I. H. C. of adtlxtUilig nwi was on tiie Cjim'' n amy Jule (pi.url hani'q 1u.vj.j S'vir-said us ads fuir the canuunj. 11 Uwy wire giwg to abolish this e r s mid o'Unjir now tHins,, oxr o dug th y C all More ctou uae-hu'- lf d way of JXapA'S. adtrliLiig and use (the lMvs- - Wiut ii vtijUii ir adv oils-in.- g b ui, lias cost tlio lmt:ina-titonHPuiii,tij Company tilioiut'.iids of du'.Luvj. Wo nr glad tliny Uuivuglii ulw to wwsiui sis, and Jior3 tliyy iwlll du St. To is the al L73 lot b au- - cf b's oi)'jA.lcn to human Ferguson, M., 39 acivs 3.7u ?lawy; Wnlllam Lloyd S.50 Faught, Ira, 40 acnes t iseapd j nior o than one--; lurro-wlMiller, J. P., 9 aanes deatih cf bru'al vIo'.&hm bjsaus of Miller, R. A., by J. P. Mllkjr Hor-aa- e his djvotlon to human 2.43 Adnir Gr.jy, whoa wyaknrsies and Mllkj, Mre. D. L., 10 aows .. 3.30 the Stewart, J. H., 40 acres pjcul:ariti.-- s can obscum 7.73 faot that for many d3ad,s In mad-- Wilson, Ttoniu3, 40 acres .... 3.93 Voirk Tr.buns the inspirathe Wilson, Mjis. Amanda, 40 ac3 4.!j0 who tion and relCaiuu of myitada XO. 12 ROS1XE. 1ov-jHba-d opptvisslan and 4.39 Brown, T. 11., 7 aoros Bii!di3 ithij and otbw 3 wiiajj nani-TBoswvll, Horary, by Dock Burton "vx11d-Jd- ii 10311I-tlo- n r liivj ajiu,nd a 9.13 Agt. 100 acres army of huinbl-- , a B?ck, W. X., 100 aaros cdltor-prlnt- .y ha aaibJVJous 10.SO Sanie 23 aci33 a:coniiia.'od thu progoceis of English Clark, J. M., 'i3 acres coilccilzaiicn and and 9.S5 Soma 123 acres In jv iry c'uniij aud oontnn nt 2.40 Clark, Mrs, Florence, 10 aon b undjr tlw sun. Th Prim: ir and 4.30 Craig, Lon, 20 acn-Oh.ir'i33 Winslaw Hail, Jn 0.93 Gnai!g, Luther, CO aor,:s JDgaalna for January. Culbertson, It. D., 2 town lots 9.40 3.S0 Durbln, Frank, 15 aoros Edranirds, G. T., 20 acres .. .. 4.00 Goodwills, John B., 33 aciv33.. 7.1r 4.S3 KuylaendioU, G. R., 80 acix'3.. 8.23 Stewart, J. A., 70 acres Stewart, Mrs. Lwllau, 40 ncnos 3.15 70 Wilson, Mis. Mary A., fre-tLu? X-3J LovJoy, murd-i- r Hk'3 thj imar-tyr- ed xl in llllnob, Altera, Thomas, 23 noas Ball?j-- , A. E., 2 acn-jBaize, E. E., S3 acres DeHnnt, John, 30 aonjs Ferguson, Mm. Moggie, ?o.S0 4.S3 r, C03 4.30 ltowni 1- -2 djt. 1-- hap-i-ful- , I Am-nlca- n cdwll-Kai'.o- n, .... Pub-lishr- ." al BAD CASE OP GRIP acnes wrjeon-tanipladc- is Wright, Mrs. L. J., 14 acnes.. 14.90 1.33 ' s ttJv-j:iL- and U uji .hsj of udvj:t.slng; tlw jiiOiit iiHilUbb niudluiu lura.vn. 'J.WS Caused Sore Throat and Ton silitis. Restored by XO. 22 OLAT.OX. Peruna. Groonvlllo, Tonncsscc, Hurt, 'John, Hall, J. W., Voung, SO acres J7.45 3.S0 6.C3 5 acrts C2 A Wonderful Offer. Houaloy, Mr. W. H. " X. D., XO. 28 aciJ3 NARROWS. IWk writes: 'Tlvo years ago I took a very sovere cold which resulted In la grippe. I never was Be a Booster for Your Home Town so bad off. I What ipuld you think of a jui'sau was in bed sov tliut would Hiniulc diltir spgotif ul uf his weeks, o r al and own lianiii? If Jn4ilwuUl gjaixjunJi'jjll-lai- g when I did wwrjibody Jiu niijs .wlia't an old get up I had reprobate Ills ftiAW Is, cir iwlult u ton? lIMIs ilia aniailil--r fc, you and Iioor ihouaaky-JiiimMr. W. H. Heudty. would tiMuk Uo vrui u goad bubjut throat cure this (or eighteen "I tried to lor tjh3lunaiti:vaiiiyliuii. Aitd dw would 2m. But ditut i'3 mat niuoli iniaiutoLlian months, but It gradually got worse. A my solng amund kni asking on iour liom-- j doctor advised me to have thetonsils cut out, but I did not like Idea. houvj oui1-j- . lMity Wto t Jlaw tawn or Another doctor examined me, and told uaK)iiliilii(3 to do buituunjak me tho samo thing. I finally got a botwho 't vll of his uominm.nl tiy. WlhJun yonsj tle of Peruna. and after I had; taken 4i'ivllo.w knrJckliiK on his lianki tqwii, one bottle my throat was better. I used dozen its dollara to daualiautu tbivt Iw U bought andgoing aget well,bottles, and aaw I waa to and I did." 3 iworllilf.3 clianuatior and is "txiry" he Id uat doing rjultto t M'J'l. Aak Your Druggist for a Fiwj JVinuna Almanac tor 1912. rou a bulniwj Mtumdjiolixt, aa honw on aiimUir nuiai of (bin you can fcMt tlills inmr, TCdj Planner & Stock ntau and 41n I' Popu'ar JUinithly, oik yrarijaob, and a full slzo 10x20 crayon wmiiirsti-meALL far ?2.05. Wit xvberian H:od ilvi Us Off.r of Tin Itjjmb-ca- n m. Fentasss, Geo., C5 aorts .. .. Harrison, Norma, GO acnes .. Ltas, W. M., 05 acnes Foreman, H. F., 100 aon.a .... Foreman, E. D., CO acnes .... Wooaoloy, Founitaln, 1 towin .... 7.45 5.00 8.S0 10.83 10.15 C.C5 .... nt dot XO. 4 SULPHUR SPRINGS. $6.00 Bnaitcher, V. B., 45 acnes C.30 Doolsjy, E. R., 1 2 acnes 6.09 Laoefleld, WUlle, 8 acres 1.75 Stone, Mrs. Molly ,G aores .... .... .... .... ion ba-in- acnes .... NO., 7 COOL SPRINGS. DaTOopont, E. A., Ill Bionei3.. 12.40 25.85 Hope, B. B., 94 aores NO. 8 NORTH ROCKPORT. Anderaon, V. A.. 60 acres, one $16.55 town lot Doctor, Mrs. Janlo, one lava Straiiton, J. P., 35 NO. Baioo, J. L., CO aores Davis, Mrs. J. A., 165 acnes .. 12.85 6.03 6.60 lot Dibble, Mna. 3.05 be-cau- Eddie, oaa 16 tawn lot Fulkieraon, R. B., aorei .... 2.20 5.25 Brown, Mrs. Ida, CO acres .... $1.20 XO. 18 EAST PORDSV1LLE. Brown, Stove, 1 town lot .... 8.00 Baize, W. H., 1 town lot .... 3.03 Copiage, Mrs. Sallle, CO actus 3. S3 5.00 Huddwi, E., 1 town lot MltoheU Mrs. Virginia ISOacivts 10.40 2.C3 Wltihors, John D., 1 town lot NO. 19 WEST FORDSV1LLE. Brans, T. A., 32 2 aV3 .. $8.10 5.00 Huad, B. J., 40 ocmj Rogers, E. P., 1 town lot .... 12.45 NO. 29 ABTNAVILLE. Vogtd, Geo. L., 1 town lot .. $3.83 7.45 Welk, J. F., 90 acres NO. 21 SHREVE. Cumratags, W. R., 1C7 acrea . . $20.13 Harder, J. W., 40 aroea .. .. 5.30 Latham, J. D., 160 aonas .... 13.00 11.60 Loyd, Bind, 85 acnas Meador, OHsirlea, 50 aont .... 7.45 3.80 Obeaohain, Mrs. Ruth, 70 afii 10.40 Sygel, Jannas, 79 aoros Wlabater, Clansace, 37 acres .. 6.00 14.00 Wilson, Jack, 78 ponas 1-- XO. 17 SMALL1IOUS. readies taKC more lotas from thu soil than any other fruit cron It lias been conclusively procn that flavor nnfl shinning quality arc not secured unless there is an adequate supply ot 1 The best growers use from 100 to 300 pounds of MurUte of Potash annually on their orchards in addition to the phosphate. The applica. tion of mineral fertilizers should begin when the trees are planted, so at ... xiwl incur .frvm urmvt "" niclu lu..!.. n WOUU U 1V1 POTASH mu iuuu aim lone Va hafnerld 1 Mu( ueacn orcbardi starve taHmth fif- -. ln.. ...i... .1 u .. ... c;:r... "5 iy i......M ,v.7 K reiunis. reeu ucut a baj. ::u ' "" reap iue prolitj. Writ ut for Petaih rites f .""" tmjfrt CM1 GERMAN KALI WOIKS. lac. C UawmJ BuiUlai. aUkiaM iMkt;u;'. .. . mtt; Wkiiu.rb.11 N.w . OiTTr' - i. ji? Potash Pays A