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OF ALL THE PEOPLE Subscription $1 per Year No. 28 fncim HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, JANUARY 26, 1912. was or, Dlantion, wWL tin fa'.liur jna( h away from Iwnw. and tiln-Whon llh'J pnr-ouny.vs d Jn Uio lwui him --luy i sxn nurcJi-ln- g nilsad t GIVEN SNUB BYROYALITY AT ho divjw sam'o homaly Isiscub blw division of Gin ohurch dn tlnoso DISGUISE WORN ta wlvjn ith'iy faun,d ihlm honvtaskKvuli hnsught out of Mieinond and lud by a n ughbontag bnj'. A iihyaxJin a'Jl In wias hustlly aumniccid, hu'. li'n oarly days. At tho ovonlnig siorvslajs Dr. Carroll tilnajt wlthdniw his lvaqujut bPnn from th. ohurch ibij gnainit.ld to han- sotf and. .wife. BYNEW BILL Offered in Legislature by Democrat. f ould Allow vain. Duke and Duchess Ignore Is Having: Trouble Over the Beaver Dam Girl Missing. Th.a Loulsvllla Tlmjs, iTe-xdaiid Col. H. WW.fe-cLlndii iy ,ohilef of u It Is not known ilnw hj nvji.it olid-- lb eupppskjd li.s d'aith but It is laind tfA out an tlw .Ice, In .walk-iInto a hoUj 'jliat Mr. ElMs liud cliomed waijr or h.'i3 tfiidc. Herald Stirs Up Their Temper In Miti Jeo to The funirail icck iilacwj at ;ftu tomlly lysldenco Twjiiay inarni'ng mild and Accuse Us of Deat Crown Hill cjiii mry. ception. It ia qu'jo r mianklbl fjhint iMr. ha.s b wn marrUid for 43 yeara, c.f h'.s and tikis lc or.i'y this Kit Uw llnrj'itord lniniud'ja'j-In this Wrj.J(a family to dKs, ,tlw ftist b Horuld. (la tho first column, wilwne at- Ing tliij llli ij diaughijtrr of Mr. J. A. tention would natunailiy hi draiwn by And jmoii, who llvrjd hi U ttjw yuars ago. Jl!jproniinnyici', and under big app prod what filial aijr culled aV. uxposune of a Madisonvllle "Dry" Again ".aniojoliie game" g.-- X CniU.T-niiii- the President. United States Government Will Not Charges Recognize Presence of King George's Uncle. Wtiish'aigton, Janiuairy 20. iMiarlilifiad Pastor. and Counter Charges Hurled i'- at Services Meeting at the Court House. Ma-rjngi.tn jn bjiTha RhVubHoaui. i Onr 'nswkjni 'Will n nioiib ir ithafl in n m 3is JM it rdjy inorjiilng from our 4&MM of Jan. 12 an cli- - fiivi uw MadlaonvUl- -, ajV.iaig I'ha; intihdloKil thiyvj appjiivd alefUar Tho optUia wlnatilon in tlwt cii'.y en. Wol-ni!- a' from Duiiiol-Saii- u MuiiJc Co., cf Owwis-bor- o, -s niLo'iarlauj,, itlw "drys" wrj in which thuy lhnnkMl Tltw Re- winning hy 14S voSvj. In tin IAjcUldii. publican, and sfjaijd tlfit tfaj about 'Uxrvw iiinu asa dhu "dnyi3f?:cii placed in iiAi parsr had by a votn of 137. The cannimlign has of hi-i- i gamg on for rt'otfal wijl, and bnoush& ijX r JViiults than any tlw tw.lj pupon In whloh ithuy plaoo both aldM work, d uno iaa his!d to the uiw pdv. rtl.m,.eit. win. Now tji it 'bi eaiil iilwvt .any man with .any kind of bushw-iwhatSweet Clover Seed. bo ever wauHl naturally and JuUy ground. Sow in wln&v on itoi) tbo proud of such TJiis Jw :is Grwtijat li?runie good hay on Jan. 12, jirlntal in 'nil j and cancu'Uir 'bow and iwturc. I'n'c-.was .prfnCl WOKI) FOR WOIID as re tu grow d:, on v iw&. o iiv.d from tho jiulaIc company. Wo UOICHOHA SKED CO., up.- nhd ai haw itfi. mi toy what our '2S'.l Falma;ujli, Ky. in d.uiu brought, bjtfvjr noiul jJ, nud nraib-iVwwrwan. J 0J1 r ihjp'u and MILITIA MO 3000 of .idv jCTiaiug to read At. Tlii t r "Atu rrnid by Uw Junior Elii.ur and 'Iwii siwm Jo ilw Fununan iif h STRIKERS CLASH pipnr, who was .mnnuig 'ho l!nt4.Q'jJ machi lV;, la lllw nhjeiAn of tih, opu-to- r. Tlic Just m r..o.,vojl,as Men Ignore Parade Order and prd:i .d In Usj pip-r- , and liliW from jira up tlw ovy v. 7 nil judical Jt-rAttempt to Break Soldiers' :j vdlusa of tite HooiM. and tilu-Lines. us of "d.iyXrlirs" tlw IjSUir uo suit our oiwn nvi lcdswhteh we ua ujurty imuiw and without J.awric Ma., J.iim.i2i' 23. Tih'H , founda'1Jii. tlnusand stinking texjln wprk;g.-unTil- - HmoM cVums iJiat Chid Sufi r wiliuii Uli-was ui.j'iut.jl for bu'Ji ,i:ii irs. WVj do nillt.Mann.'ii ola&liud faiij fonu-- r ivrm.-- to cUirso WJt Jut knaw tli' lit '.orison uif lilrj twrl- -t of macsli of a iiarail- - unJ u.tri.'nmitwd JiU-r- , but wvj UO KNOW ir of Uh I TUltlUjrj' .Uw.a. to foroj th-jf-jriwhat Wiuj ojiualmid nilliti'ani.ja 'hJabuivd a'airlanDS w ktsiln ii ti fjau'v iJslU3ly iilcvt i: 'I was jmbl'jilmd va rwoj-vothnjugh with clubs, but iw oiw a nu t fliwdy iudi.vr-tiUjiiKnt s Dr. .E. W. For.1 r'Mjd a tijlo-i- h t and xasii mtvd tijond uxix.':b on by intlw titudlrtl iwleot, it na- sult, of&m.d hy tlw Duku and Duchrja? cr Coiuinii?hr, unclt-- cif Kinig Odia'.'ga and 'jhij Prinoeis iPuuifcfa, la, vii4iu;ng tho UnijU-K- l SJiti wdtihom- - Uih ba.uiixiy .Toi!)t, tlw Gov of a call wnnnnfc artll aw nlbspiul tfty rjo wTJan-tlo- n to rhiJ rojiiJ vidJOTa. It was announojd today that conitnary to custom, a mlllriary i)".tajcli.-- j und a nival ai'tochu wculd uos hi duUtenoitt'J to auconipuny lhi.m. INr.njr b.flono baa a rjiyal visitor, pad Am. yica itiiw honor of n vliitt iwiflifui: bUng (hb nrfpiont of ox I tu?ii this cotifii Iv. HIG BLUNDER MADE, ilt wns annoliiitiL-- ot hy tlw officials ii tliat not only had Uj Duk ot faildj to notify tjli.j Statu! iviy-nj in cimtumaiy vislttsy, uvi oi? whwin trawling itii Con-nagal Tlw Qwonsboro T..adiy and ai!d: Previous to the &Mimpn, nt tho, announcement ji plod nit dim cgni'jo, but itlmt tlu aim j courrti' dur, wlio J lmd r.iihid hCs In own tuiibu3iu .Ju Su rb.Ujrs Housj. ' L wais ouhl luivu nolifieJ ai. D flKUtSUlt U3id put til? lu touch' wi!Ji llitj W hit fxpl.iin-j- d in 1 -- llr, ivilli no Vi'SA? blt- -, , a iriw-"is nliDBUhur aic this Wliinlaw IWd thod." And not (mly tha , ilw Dulc i Connnustit nr.d Mr. furtiicT unlilCiirtio'o off Tu-jda- Rd hilj s.'ii iby nrrunsJtig 'Hs-- i thlir nf-ei- mliiil , tha dirau-- r for for Mjbic;i Third Baptist Church on Sunday morning, Henry M. iTalbotit gay? no ui.tnviqj tloo that at tho 11 o'clock on Ui&t Sunday memnung a motion would bo tnadu to Ulna acTdon of tho bushives nMjtfng of l&& night when Ryv. C C. Carroll was dD02ed as pastor of r.hij church. tAt thi alosa cif tihh of tho Rev. W. 'P. WllkUj af Louisville, a nimbor of ulte faction attempted fo hiavpj a xin taken on tho quostuoa uf iwihdh'iror ncft the motion' bhould j oaniaidijivid on nsxt Sunday. Aftyjr tailing fo jcuoj a vot, lw tlir.-- urg.jd that tho sabbath day wag mat Ui a irnoiwr Wmij tu consider tho church hurtinas. For a .while givat confuaJon foloauqti.r- lowed and chargos and ohanws .vtjro matt: ,by j..ho ni anib'ira faatilonis. Orno tl.iaijua of dio ll of tho faction aiwlc?, y, tload-.nfor 1 01113! Vienna and and hu wais told by u wpman momb r Chat thwro naver would bo any frglv.ni'-jor uca:y uniul sxii dpiM the "injusfiaj" pastor was nigha d. Rov. W. P. Wilto-s- , of Wcd-njsday anti-Carrotar-moin- tif Bi&vor local dopa'ntimcnt dmijlij a aiwiqli for Edna Ford, olghteon ydars old, who ljJ!t that toin Januaiiyll Vor Osfard Ind., and lu.3 aict bjjnhoard franyj by dior j3latlv3. Jf.r Vniuniir,w'4r-- a baggajo chxk No. 719212 alitaiahed was GoDt to LouUniillo Januom- - 14 on Illinois Central itraJn No. 102. Shi is toah-j- s dj3cn!ib:d aa boing 0.4 In holght, weighs 115 ipoumids ainid has blue' icij'i)3 aud .black hair. Slw iwona a biuixii stnipsd suit audi a Isiyem lhat. 1113 pallo?, today ivoo'.vicd u call from'C. S. Colqmpn, Bom, Ky., rr?qaiinig tlnait long-distuno- a the County and Fis riations. cal Courts More Approp- m Centertown Girl Mentioned. Thj iLouisvil!a Courior-JournWednesday had tho Collowing dispaitch from Ponijlac, 111.: bound Tho marrlago .bond which ttsnry Clay King ,ag.jd 60, to his iwifo has iwen annuUrd on :thi ground of dilution la a diivomj court at Fairfdold. Iving, who ia ohlof orchardilst for Senator H. M. Dunlap, ot Savoy, advertised for a wife .last samtnsr, reoe'ijvlng iwar s ly 600 from aJl parts of tho UnKud States. Ho married Miss B.s-s'jSsuthard, of C.ntiKtwn,Ky. Sha lu2t h'jm to go homo and did not return. al "maM-ordiar" O MAY BE CONVERTED IN NATIONAL PARK Project on Foot to Change Mam- moth Cave to Great ac-cu- d j' j hi-tl- u i au-y.- r d th null. Tliy Iti)uW:cin Is bunt, altiliquBh iiKimy woiu-ii 'w,tj UndV iliruls-o- J accua-n- l tOllMiIlS Jo bJttJ. KACf pf t5lO JIltllHc ftlld d'JMlTC 5illv l.Plll'. "I Judii ig train uSait l.tiilo U'niiv r tlw Hvi'ttld tlvjy sino dolus Oil tnyyr.j-h.oIn ih,ur iu;w-- U) w bu. w wsinil aw aay tlia; Jk lubHliirj uf 'Milj nubJi.i.u Itiw a C'I,KAIl fONSCMUXC'K in 'Jho way tli. y haw with tliw jmbUc, mid i th,o knuiv ur iunt wo aij .ruiiin'.ns a "aliln gyiinw" ai tha llcald wuuld havo 'jliuni Tili's jiaiM? has always tnJJd to tiv.it .ho" Huniford lleinu'd In n fair, caunVous amd gniuiiutufyiiiannurand , tan no Ltii.Jirj nu from .vxiKtuil ''thenu Thusy wralo o Owdiitlbaro a.nd trkd to find tlwi thia& wj ilul not Itublleli Jio lut.ir in twiihM MuV not hut falUsd. Why ldd cjiiio tp us In an homu nunnijr and would ask to h.v tlw IS&i; which havo bivJi sliij.wm Wi m? Wo icnncon-clv- o kf uo lvasanu Wfliy all m: imw tlio IKuuld (liould fly lii)o li tug.'UKo this- - Wo lnvj always unid tnvund to tluau as gmJionion und Cr3.ul4 and ilbsiy knaw thils to Iw trio. After uUl!cat!oiii of (Iw WTi.r in our jiapir wo stint lost wUok ito titoe uiorj-Miiliis r on-ain, lK-ilwh-j'Ju- ir brfll-iWi- . of at- In Ute I.Vo and sjwir.il trainiil.-t- l on. and ulilldivn wa l Tlu lmaidirs hurl-i- bricks, tin cuss and iij3 i or iai ul. und av. irtil suUVns stnick orowd b-u scan..-?- , n, (iirini'I'.-tiamr.i- r,i with Uio nibrslljs. A.rr the had iiu.-- li. soldlR3 dryjw hick and ullowU tlio iisnllo.M's to mill pass up Canal atrcot into tlw dUtric, . lrit .Muse Co., of a tr.uiiiix', markftfl rany of uur iwiiiyr. us If m hail "doomvsd" tjlw lu'itvr, tlio .Herald allcsai, do you (Jlilnk fkr oiw monwnt that iwy wtnild Iwum sorni this ifirm a copy of tjw iatV3i-?- t Little Child Drowned.' Sir, R. A. AndonsiDn this .wvik ij-oel- from lute daugaturJMr9. orlc. Gotonaido, guddo UamuX, of Golden, of Uw Tluaia.iWim bo a mating ateUnK thtait Matfuf Janvs Barl EU trinida of Dr. Oamroll Bit tlno TMrd monriw aid ahiUduf ulffhU ,avUb, the Bwpttat ohuroh on Thursday Uvondag TMr. and Mr. 'HawArd Elite, of that at 7:30 o'clock for tho pumposo of drownod ia a pood that nUwiTr" outUetac too aAtdon to bo bdaon on III ." MMi'i iliiml dug in itlw unrnidr of hl Sunday morning. bo- thvj aoddtoit occurnod jurtjarl Rov. W. P. Wllko of Loulwillo, MfiiSk1 9" and 10 D'olook Sunday mona-mho aonduotfsl tho nioimlnig Bmdovo-nla- B JOUla Is itho dauatoiJr of Mm UJm Baptist BewdOBs at too Third m,i4ub3rod ' ' Jfcr; AKI.Toa, aud to churoh, deUveinad fewo vir. Inwii3t-ins- hare. tonmotu. Tho subject ut hd per Bald Ttoaa gpoA palra of swtai tor aal. Ia 'Ae tetter Mm. Baraotit sonvaoto ww Uw oral at tho Tbid Iwniera la Vtia lowiiaiBidrji look P01dARD, ORANT (bat tbe UWU fetifuw iws cut In TotOKM, Ky. SdlvWca of tb& cburcu at Carluflih, aud ckueohaU. 25U tlasid of ithii i&iflm daylag mWx bix loidsirihratU-- tor ittoo tbo yrd Irtlfeir wnpll-oanit- a im Troubl occurred also nC tlw ooiVcal A iiiffur lilant of tlw I'mairic inOWs. Notice. m.id-- i an tiljtKjnipt body or 100 s'j'lki-'mccii.'ai.-- y hy (iin'ai? Tlw Gouiu'iy Union of tlw A. S. of to dl3abl--.tilijuuk ihrough tlio windqaB, but wijim E. is o.iijl4 Co ineai in HatWanid, Bait- lVJiiiondul urday, Fb. 3rd, for tlw purposo of ro unsuca sf ul. .Tin mlliitia atnllfioca uaimJdi'iilng sonw macHtire ivOuftlvo to to u call for lwlp and .thu tin poaillais and paya'g du-c- to ICikj fld. yvj;ir 11)12 and any olh'sr nualjra ijiat Tlw siu h:uvtiis a'. "WaahliiBton inatructUd inuuigra'ion Incaniotcr shou'd cunw befoiw Ui bodj L, D. TICHENOR, iCli'm' F. It, Gondni of UwurhlU 'to wmj to HiaXRV M. PlRIUlB.Sjcy. LnvnT.o.j and d.nnniliM wlucitHwr tlw alfciui jojwtinaot labor law has ba?n Large Class Initiated. iby mill caninnat'iuus. aioiiuy of tho y die ins claim itlwy ww induaxl Tlw Wo3idinik!n) Clas initiation; In id to conio 1i,.ckj firJin ,Europe by wnSiln In itto blty last iSaitavrday vas large'oott'poraitj.ohs. On iMaiclilng Lawrunco ly ui'ijeaidal canns'.du-lii- s tlw DxitxmwJ.y couTorivd wih Mayor Inclnnioiiit va'tliw. Jtor, Uivuiiil iwi.wka tlw iiwp-toSconAon and I.ndi. Major R. E. Itusseli had bUM tmilc-lPnogrHt-toward bringing rtpeatilit.c (illu this (ulaoj) hla h'jidqutuiS'irn tvvs.i'(U'lVfS of tlftivtjii enllvo k'Od-or- a gottiiig tuiiiilloints for tlw ardur, and and Uw mill owoors com,) to a halt thioro Mvm 62S applicants wrili'.oii in today. Mna la'Jtor Kfualng lu dl.vroit'3 this district, No. U. Col. J. II. Bniw-o- r nd;in.fcvii'itflJ to mo it tho atrikums. itilw Sttuto Mtwoger .artilwd Fnlday Thi mill uw.ro ra nvviaiaia Olwy havo aity.iuoon, and .was iua3tor of nothing !o dlauuas.. Tim ijnUiuro say Jn all ithu oxoax'lis. Iu thj they mill haws noibiug to do .wltlh altornoon degnotes ,wr confvnjVKl upiihough Uioy aro wlllliiis to on a largu clues in tho count houso, en-taArruaia.'niwnts ending about 6 p. nu That night a oonfoivmicu. a wiero niaidj today lor a narocV of ail nubile lmH'Allaitlan of offloeniB was thi stmlkiens tomorrow,. held, and a splondtd addrvia didllvurod by Col. Bnonvr. HaiPtXord Camp No. Iceii Ptuiig. 202 ranked first ia Ohio couufty as a, Eransvillo, Ind., Jan. 23. Tins ioe having thr3 langMst number ck that to iMkiig dawn lUne Otado riwr and Suanydfto Camp No. 321 today is ho hiee.va. U tho fWaroju mnkd mnud dn ttw countiy. Much it te xpoQtiad moat of ttw kairy ico onadrli for tho Bucoeea of Uw went la will nun out during Uw uiont tfwdaty-fo- ur duo to Major IUijsakAl, who feCt Monday manntag for RtweeUviUe, houw. i whoro Thie dver coui'to to risia lhi?ror!ai)-Idl- y bid Will BJWOd idrVttBl IWldfolU. and da txiwotud. to paaa tiiu) dfta-ffHulls for Sale. fxfet by line ot thlrty-(Hiv- ij to-il- ay vlo-lat'.- id r Ald-inna- ii us Oiivj-monii- cs r er Whgu Holla iwKa'Jtonauinjluingtruaoo suddenly found hlmajlX ua timpa-ror- y out, tar Siio noipYjon Jp th judiciary modHinaitor of a (brisk busf.nijiis wh.ah, uxt to tha diplomatic rL3P-jlo- n tuny d;fLni"ito achut official tion wan taken ,is dlw cnasi tmiioiliiilt nho ho adjoumfcd i funakcm Of 'uli mj.Mng. INVITATION DEOL1NED. d,.4Uidnrd a pow-trfuDr. Cariioil iWiii'ih i'iIiU fact and the ulughb to at thj count tiousrj SumJay Pivs'djnt T.itt pncnvlnont in thr.lr n3TJicoji to a larg-- audi'J.cioa nha.t ntlndi, a rjuml'-j- r of high offlobals of Cilted- orry &X& iu tho oircir laauit tlii Ooionn.'ni;ro; have tijjoliited ilin-itthrongc-llw aiAjs. hi an j frcm Anibaiiaador ltnd to i iiaoni mid of his dtecouruo wais "Tlw lvs din cur amd mist his at lLslnhurilfd Chrfsit," nud h-- j ohoujj royaltiwiA djiluma. ic off!o"al of tli it's 0 xt fcum Oio uJghtli diaiptor of Un',t-- l S'a:kis djclarcd toirigiht it was liweii'.ii th Ma'ttlww, voreo: "And an invariable.) cusum tho world oiijr JjiUi suli unto him, thi Caxaj hnw f, ?r awyul visitor on an important a huka and tlw hinds of t.lw air lhavo GiOiyi wnwu- - j 'njonas-"- , wen althuish iicSts, but tho sun of man ttijmtii not txaM.ij'.iiig uwogrjiw, ,to ,iuakj Iijsikvb-oj- c w,iVi.on to laj' li'Ls ikfcad." luiawn. a. bn'.of Dr. Curstill mady ,Hn vouolisafod tho iMln!on (ilwit in sta'tnujut, iu which ho said LdJog to foMow such nn'Qod nit, tihw Dub of Coucui'sh aoed .wi'ih e:udJo'l iih.it ho did not want to be ais his. luaUvu for 10 iutnr.it, mid tliat In had glvon d JiJKir Sun-ila- y prxusli'lng at tin count liouso njo affrorn. to tlu Whl'ji Housi , l t i dnCiro-duotu- ry niiaun-uVjrsfio- wiho oanductd Wi'a nianniing Barmlens, Park. 1 Glasgow, Ky., Jan. 22. Tho projeot Cavio toto a to coavort. Mammoth. National Park to nuking iwMh tho approved of the poaplo in thi.3 SecIinrJeiraEtt much tion and orating tihrcughout .tlw a:ith irn uiant of tha a Siatj as Vmm draws for bifoiy ithe ctmimltittie, fiixad , Cor isamo tlnw .in Fbruarj-- iwlwrn it dtifilinit somirtlilng is bdiovwl ithat r will 0--3 dtKjId'od uiion. mon afltniooiu IV safid tliuit IJw mu-i- t nat b t alo:n for a meutilng ser- fuc-tlon- ai of church, but tliat Iw was d.diivcHns wiliat miglit bu tlio last isurmOtt In Ow ay;boirro, at tlw dwvtaiton pf bcmjtoI of his fnjondis and in tlw Bjilrit uf a mm called of God to liivticli Iiho living gospol and or iho luirposo of at-Iraaang souJb to Christ. Hn mnd no allusion to tlw latw unploas initnisa ait thu Thilrd Baptist church, porhajw ono of tho hut pnaclwd tiirongnst sonmons owir di lilvuiivd by him s'nas ho lus l.wn In DWuinlslboro. Iw daplatwl Christ, not m a man ho suhnvitiUd hlniEolf to um ry indignity, iwrpng- and always ivtmifiwl from daira but stnood that U10 'Loud was tlw most porfcoi Bvsiilwnon that hvor trod th'i tilth; tluui ho wtas nlbso-utotrorluaa. and tuaviir at amy tiiimo hi Tdiurdl Baptist Tha commltitoo 13 compojied of Col. Crump ,of Bawling GtvtJn, Ky.; of SauUli .BtJhl Dr. H. S. Dninkur, h.m, Ind; .Hon .G..'ftard 'Plladhiot, of Wash'-ngto.Willtaim P. tllw Hon. Boiyond, of Kanisas, and W. J. of Wa'ih.ingto.n. Xlw 'bill has already to n drafltwl. and and iwbjjn itlio commltitioa m.tfa ivconinwnds tho mwaiuno it iwill ih3 in troducd and cawild. tlirough. fltio bill pnavliljs (ihaii la oonidajioni lo tlho cavo and itdw land now owwd by ilw caivo liulrs thi Govcmmn.nit can haw adjacent land as as lauoh, of itho nicjOdssary lu carrying out its plana As a rulj tho pplo in- this ilmmodiat aoctdou, ani pli.osed at itibo slps toiken. but Eonw look at dt from a ajnlSlniiii'al point aud disllto to bo;-- itjho oaiiv M. H. 3, iwinlh. dat Whllo it way sjm a .llttly stipmso as a tho peoplo in ojior BtoitJo nu!w, aro mora wa'jhutstos'Jio than tho pjapld in, Kontuclcy, .Why this is truj no ono can r.vy, but It noivor-thilo- si a faati Will Visit Kentucky. to Jan. 23. Subs.-quMi'-t fourth annual couvtnltiou of the tlw Saui'Jirtrn Commercial Cong'roiS, to bo lirfd in, Nashvlllo April 8 to 10, M(n-lat- ar Jio iwill Egam, of Denmark, tho consnvs and oxplaln dodirj'-iU'Bjisbwn or tho Doanuuik, will taltu a tour Uti rough th Soutih, touching tho foUoiwilng Stal'ios: Koatucky, Mlsisounl, Arkaiasos, Toxas Louisiana Mdasiailppl, Alabama, (Florida, Grgda, South OaroUna, Norbh WosJiingiton, ui-tui- id tih-jn- ly that Iw tuus u wih tocwo tlw moai jiomlfclvo foroo for the good of mankind and tJiw gnvtkist and mast iwwjjnful champdoni of tlw right known in his tory, (The dlsoouraj was a moater- (thought ldoco of English, logical In and rich la ohodcu uoloqUoni of iflwt-tiompjinizMd poi'tiivu tJl; Fiunkfort, Ky., Jan. 24. Unidor ii9 as of "an act proscribing thw of coun; 'indexrr and firing maximum salary at $8,000," a bill Bus fee , lutvodcyl Into tho Geni.ral AsiJombty by Representative Adam Spalwii, iDian-ocrof Lolsvillo, which is of considerable interest to tho taxipaywra of LouisviUo and Uoff.rton counii'. Jmas-m-ch as it, not only fixes IJha wilary and duties of the indax-sr- , but alao provides that county and fkrall oaami, may ordtr robound any of fthi boo'kia or records of the county clork'M ufiflice tha quarterly clerk's offilooiha air-cclxk's off ico and th offioo dt tlw county, surveyor. It also iprorvudda that when said bookB or macarda aiw in a "torn or ruinous can. daman, flhtiy In npA- - books," and be clhall the county and fiscal countts allowaii.ce flar &ild make a work, and ths billa .will bo "ohiarsabw-ttlw county." Thfa ia not fixi d. Tills poKlon Of Mr. iSpnhn'd repeals Section 1C32 of .tho Kan' tucky Statues of 190!), wilujcdi nja.cU as follow: "Any county court may order any of tha hooka or rcpcmclts Jn tho clerk's offioa of Euch coiunt, or in ihej Dftioo of tlw: s.uryyor of '.to coun'ty to bo 'rebound; or, wiwa Oibijicnaud, tizxp. or in. a ruinous c3.ndi.ti'on, to ibou'iuu-sorllw- d ia oww bolos, and ECiallmakia a rtasonuhlo alloiwancs thexwroriilch siiall b a dure ahle to tho fcounity. This section, whilch is nepealod by pravic Mr. Spahn's bill, does not for any action on the part of th flscal count 'nolatlve To Ahd 3hLad-In- g of books, and doios not Incluii faf tIw cdTOUilt Clark or Uw too ofXiic-.iquartirfy count. Soction 903, Df the Ifenl'iuolsty Bteit-iitof 1009, is ropjafcd In iip.Tt by tlw anrandmient conitaiiniad la Mr. Spahn'si muoBune, The fallowang pjt' tlon of tho old sctton lis pmil'IVJ: "Said induwr shall .ujnan ord;r of tlh Judgu of tflw aoiunto' oourt iSrongcrlbo any of tho public njcond'3 taf tllw mauu-t- y aud quartjr'iy coun'is, and ithle poiun-t- y cldnlv's .off.loo, and uimn (Ms und.'.r' of 'tflu judsos ot thj circuit counia any of thij stildtncwxei'ishall necords of their counts, and of tbu circuit cl;fk's oflJcte, that niaiy h) In a ruinul, toinn or Obllbrafcodi condition and shall , ou th'3 order of faid judges iwspootlvely nialcie erosa injdi-c- s of public rpcordis n said lyo counts, or clerk's offices, and oi courta tho ordur bf dltfwr of said shall parfi.'oi exiatiug indexes, and Iw eluali do all this, without udcUtiiioa- -' ai compeuBatilou." The now nwasiun doos not canry the portfpti of sijction 909, quoijjd ahoivo Tho sa.lary which shall bo paid tho official indoxer is not chn'iigtd und-tlw nijw bill, it boCug provld.d, 03 ho tdiall ruciln-i- i a6alanynot to iexo!d $8,000. Tho giat of themi.aH uro H;B,hDwievior,lii thij. fact that wheru tlw ludoxer fonr.or.ly was rjfiulr od to look uftw fch3 boo lea and neconls of tfco various ufC!ck.3 under his Jurprojwrly isdiction, and kwp eamo transcribed, . hnd la good caiidUTjlon, this work, In' tlw fuituno undr Mr. Siuilm'a iblll, mill ibe donti by ordr.'r of tdw aouuiy and fiscal counts and the lexiipjia will uo baraw by ithio Kouu title du"-U- at, ult trani-cjiibtj- d o s lirpiii(-cxi- t 'A ty. It Is also ulgndClaamt that thj ter of a "riosonablo allon'onoe" mat- Is nt > left wholly with .tlw oounity and fis bititcmant cal courts. Ther Is no Qairottna, Vdrginla. to d:ifinw .what Is a neaaonaibla allow-aao- a, MimWi'.r Egan will be to Kentucky and 110 provlsiaa to restrain Apiil 11, 12 and 13, anid Cammlaatoner these courts from naming aa a rea of Agnlculture N'ewimain has advartds-o- d sonable aHowanjcw any Bum they may tlw congnosa tdoat bo will awango nwoiilos ait EUubMtbtQWin, ShMlbyvdH A. S. oiE.Motlci. aud Loxlaatpn. . Tw Hartford local No. 604 will m When alveu aa eooa w lUhe croupy Sartur-da- y, cousSi apfwani Ohamborialfl'a Cough at tho Bennett acaooi' house Jan. 27, at 1 p. m. Ahl niamfoon uf 'dll .ward off an attack Rtfoad and amo raqueBtjed (0 be provjot bhHMvi orouft and provwat aH daayor cauoo of anxiety. Tbouwocto of motih- - Is much imoortaiat buaUtt to be atam uaa It auooeeafulfar. 80M by all tended to. afit n T .11. BALiMAIN, Pnr - A- - rr te&FOOL H FUME 6yI0DIS JOSEPH ILLOSTRATIONSBY EmWORJB-'YOTOC m r-i.-nr at 1. r "vi -mi jij VANC : jrmam . I .1 COWMCHTI909 By IQUISOSEPHWCE. SYN0P8I3. Thero was no answer. mind Is He touched tho switch with an piled with thoughts of the girl, nnd when Tie roes to the Ram In? table he allows his hand, stepped forward a single winnings to accumulate Inremarkable pace, caught himself up and stopped differently. He notice two men watching him. One Is the Hon. Bertie Glynn, short, now pale nnd trembling who had (While his companion Is Viscount Des Tretxs, a noted duelist. When O'Rourke a moment gone been flushed with leaves the table the viscount tells him he calm. fcpresents the French government nnd "Beatrix!" he cried thickly. been directed to O'Hourke as a. man who would undertake a secret Dumbly his wife lifted her arms and mission. offered herself to him, unutterably eight. .CHAPTER at I. The story nnon Monte Carlo with Col. Terence O'Uourks In hit hotel. O'Hourke. a military tree lance nnd something of a gambler, is dressing for appearance In the restaurant oeiow wnen tno Round 01 n girnsn voice ulnclnc attractn lila attention. Leaning nut on the balcony he sees a beautiful Blrl who suddenly dlsippcars. He rushes to the corridor to see a neatly gowned form enter the elevator and pass from cirAPTnn "And this letter" O'Hourke fumbled In his pocket nnd got it out "yo she neither moved nor replied, "this brought It to me?" one chance. In thirty seconds I turn "It enmo to mo In London, dear, two on tho lights." weeks ago; wo wero together Clara The woman did not stir; but ho PUnllmmon and I at tho Carlton, thought ho could detect in the stillness her quickened breathing. "What ye've taken," he amended, "I'd thank ye to leave as yo go if ye came to steal. 'Tls ltttlo 'I havo to 2gsKBSS vrv-. "Who else, you great silly boy? . . And when you followed me to tho door, making as much noise as a young elephant, Terence I was minded to punish you n little, n very little, my dear. So I merely opened mine nnd closed It sharply." "Thero was n woman In tho hall " "I saw her, dear, and laughed, thinking how puzzled you would bo. . . , Was I cruel, my heart? But I did not mean to be. I'd planned this surprise, you know, from the mlnuto I found our rooms adjoined." . "'Twas est?" y who sang to me, dear- r loso. . ." nt ill & echoed between clouds "and sea like heavy cannoning. The wife shrank close to her beloved. "I am not at all afraid," she declared, when her voice could be heard "with you. t . . Tell mo about the Pool of Flamo." "The O'Mahoney left It with me when ho went to South Africa," explained O'nourke. '"Twas a pasteboard box tho size of mo fist, wrapped In brown paper nnd tied with a bit of string, that ho brought mo ono evening, saying ho wns nbout to leave, and would I care fqr It in his absence. I know no moro of It than that 'twas something ho valued highly, but I put it away in a vault which ho mlght'vo done' If ho hadn't been a scatterbraln an Irishman. . . . "Then ho 'wrote nio n letter I got It weeks after his death saying he felt ho wns nbout to go out, and that tho Pool of Flamo was mine. Ho went on to explain that tho box contained a monstrous big ruby nnd gave mo Its history, as far as he knew it safe-depos- it printed broadsides, tfie better to make the matter public?" "Did 1 ulscover, when after a punctilious return of Captain vrn Elnem's salute, ho reopened his door-and- , closing It quickly as he entered, turned the key In the lock. Ills mood was exalted, his Imagination excited; t'3 swift succession of events which had made memorable tho CITAFTER TIT.-- At his room O'Rourlte, lovely, unspeakably radiant . . . Iwlio had agreed to undertake the mission, It were worse than a waste of time nwalts the viscount. O'Rourke finds a Snysterlous letter In his apartment. The to attempt a portrait of her as she vlBCOiint arrives, hands a scaled package. to O'Rourke, who Is not to open It until seemed to him. Seen through her huson the ocean. He savs the French gov- band's eyes, her beauty was Incomparernment will pay O'Rourke 2i,000 francs- able, Immaculate, too rare nnd fine, too Xor his services. A pair of dainty sllpseen from Srrs are curtainprotruding viscount under a delicate a thing to be bodied forth In charges and the .O'Rourke with having a spy secreted words, dependent upon the perfection of no single feature. Not in her hair, there. CHAPTER rv. When the Irishman fair as sunlight on tho sea, not In her fcoos to his room he finds there the own-- r eyes of autumnal brown, not In the of the mysterious feet. It Is his wife, Beatrix, from whom he had run away a wonderful fineness of her skin or in year previous. Thev nre reconciled, and the daintiness of her features, not In opening the letter he had received, he .finds that a law firm In Rangoon, India, the graclousness of her body, did he offers him 100,000 pounds for nn Indian find the beauty of her that surpassed Jewel known as the Poo! of Flame and expression, but In the love she boro left to him by n dying friend. O'Rourko tolls his wife that It Is In the keeping him, in the sweetness of her Inviolate tof a friend named Chnmbrct In Algeria. soul, In the steadfastness of her Impregnable heart. . . . CHAPTER IV. But It's doubtful If ever he had anI It would be difficult to designate pre- alyzed his passion for her so minutecisely Just what O'Rourke thought to ly. Mostly, I think, at that moment of He Stopped Short, Thunderstruck. F- - I Y ..- -J nPt cZ& 'Monsieur, Your Nose Annoy3 Me!" night, culminating with his open Invitation to a challenge from the most flesporate duelist In Europe, had a volatllo vivacity such ,as not oven the excitement of tho Casino had been potent to create hi him. Of all mad conjectures imaginable the mad-Sewas too weird for him to credit In hl3 humor of that hour. Eliminating ill else that had happened, in the tourse of that short evening, his heart ond been stirred, his emotions played rpon by a recrudesenco or a passion lhlch he had striven with nil his itrength to put behind him for a time; lie had first heard tho voice of tho one woman to whom his love and faith and honor were irretrievably pledged, ho bad then seen her (or another who remarkably resembled her) for tho scantiest of Instants; and finally he had mysteriously received a letter which could, ho believed, have been conveyed to him by no other hand but hers. And now he was persuaded beyond a .doubt that the person of tho alcove, tho eavesdropper for whoso fair repute ho bad chosen to risk his life, was nobody in tho world but that samo ouo woman. But uore than all else, perhaps, he expected and feared to find tho room deserted; for tho balcony outsldo the windows afforded a means of escapo too facile to bo neglected by one who vlsbed not to bo discovered. His first definlto Impression was of consternation and despair; for tho lights had been shut off In his absence. Then quickly ho discerned, with eyes dazed by tho change from the lighted hallway to the Ughtless chamber, tho shadowy Bhapo of a woman, motionless between him and tho windows, waiting. . . . An electric switch was at his elbow. With a single motion ho "could have drenched the place with light. For an Instant tempted, some strange ecruple of delicacy, abetted It may be by his native love of romantic mystery, jitayed bis band. "Madame," said he, "or mademoiselle, whichever ye may be the nre open, meself's not detaining If ye cbooso, ye may go; but B'e. ryo'fl favor me by going quickly. . . . dva ye." ha continued, seeJnjr that win-Ido- her abrupt disclosure to him, he longed unutterably for her lips and tho proffered wreath round his neck of her slim, round, white arms. Yet he would not. Trembling though ho was, with every instinct and every fiber of his being straining toward her, with the hunger for her a keen pain in his heart, he held himself back; or Tils conception of honor held hlra back. That which ho had voluntarily forfeited and put away from him for his honor's sake, he would not take back though It were ctfered freely to him. "So," ho said, after a bit, shakily; then pulled himself together, and controlling his voice "So 'twas yourself, after all, Beatrix! Me heart told mo no other woman could have sung that song as ye did " The woman dropped her arms. "Your heart, Terence?" she asked a little bitterly. "What else? Do ye doubt It?" She shook her head sadly, wistfully. "How do I know? How can I tell? Surely, dear, no two people were ever happier than we yet within a year from our wedding you . . . you left me, ran away from me. . . . Why?" "Well ye know why, dearest, and well ye know 'twas lovo of yo alono that drove me from yo. Could I let it bo said ye had a husband who was Incapable of supporting ye? Could I let It be said that jour husband lived like a leech upon your fortunes? Faith, didn't I have to go for your sake?" "No," she dissented with a second weary shako of her pretty head; "I think it was lovo of yourself, a little, Terence that your and pride. ... Why should any of our world havo gucsced you wero not the rich man you fancied yourself when wo wero married? Who would have told them that your landed herltago In Ireland 'had turned out profitless? Not I, my dear." "I know that," ho contended stubbornly, "but I know, too, sooner or later it would havo come out, and they would havo said: 'Thero sho goes with her fortune-hunter- , the adventurer who married her for her money ' " "And if so? What earthly differ-enc- o could it mnko to us, sweetheart? What can gossip matter to us if you love me?" "If!" ho cried, almost angrily. "If! . . . Ah, but no, darling! 'tis yourself knows thero is no about It, that I'm sick with lovo of yo this very minute sick and mad for ye . . ." "Then," she pleaded, with a desperate little break in her Incomparable voice; and again held out her arms to him "then have pity on me. oh. mr deaiest one have pity on mo It only for s little while." And suddenly he had caught her to him, and sho lay in his arms, her young strong body molded to bis, her lips to his, her eyes the sweet fragrance of her too well rememberedintoxicating him; lay supine in his embrace, yet held him strongly to her, and trembled in sympathy with the deep, hurried pounding of bis heart. . . . In the south the horizon flamed livid to the zenith, revealing a great, black wall of cloud that bad stolen up out of Africa; beneath It the sea shone momentarily with a sickly silken luster. Then the dense blackness of the night reigned again, as profound as though Impenetrable, eternal. Later a dull growl of thunder rolled In across tho waste. With It camo the first fitful warnings of the impending wind storm. if half-veile- waiting for her yacht to be put Into commission. Meanwhile she was making up the party for this Mediterranean trip. I had no idea where to send you tho letter. Have you read it?" "Have I had time, sweetheart of mine?" Thero was an interlude. In the distance tho thunder rolled and rumbled. Resolutely tho young woman disengaged herself and withdrew to a little distance. "Read, monsieur," sho insisted, peremptorily. "I've better things to do, me dear," he retorted with composure. "You'll find It interesting." "I find me wife more interesting How d'yo know I will?" than "Perhaps I have read it." O'Rourko turned tho letter over in his hand and noted what had theretofore escaped his attention the fact that tho envelope, badly frayed on tho edges through much handling, was open at tho top. "SO yo may," ho admitted. "It was that way when I received It. And I have read It. How could I help it?" "Then ye've saved mo the bother." Ho prepared to riso and capture her. "Read!" She retreated, briskly. "Read about tho she commanded. Pool of Flame!" He stopped short, thunderstruck. "The Pool of Flamo?" ho reiterated slowly. "What d'ye know about that?" "What tho letter tolls me no more. What has become of It?" But ho had already withdrawn tho enclosure and tossed the envelope asido, and was reading absorbed, excited, oblivious to all savo that conveyed to his Intelligence by the writing beneath his eyes. It was a singularly curt, dry and business-lik- e document for ono that was destined to mold the romance of his life strangely terso and tritely phrased for one that was to exert so an influence over the lives of so many men and women. Upon a singlo sheet of paper bearing their letterhead, Messrs. Secretan and Sypher, solicitors, of Rangoon, Burmah, had caused to bo typed n communication to Colonel Terence O'Rourke, informing him that on behalf of a client who preferred to rreserve his incognito they wero prepared to offer a reward of ono hundred thousand pounds sterling for tho return, intact and of tho ruby known as tho Pool of Flame. Tho said ruby was, when last heard of, in the possession of tho said Colonel O'Rourke, who would receive the reward upon the delivery of the said stono to tho undersigned at their offices in Rangoon within six months from date. Said delivery might bo made either in person or by proxy. With which Messrs. Secretan and Sypher bogged to remain respectfully his. Tho Irishman read It onco and again, memorizing Its import; then deliberately shredded it into minute particles. "So it's come," ho said heavily, "Just as the O'Mahoney foretold it would!" He sank back in his chair, and his wife went to him and perched herself upon the arm of it, imprisoning his head with her arms and laying her cheek against bis. "What has como, my heart?" "One hundred thousand pounds," ho said. . . . "Treble its worth, double what the O'Mahoney expect" ed. "Who is' the O'Mahoney, dear?" He roused, "An old friend,' Bcat-i- x an old comrade. He died some years back, on the banks of the Tugela, fighting with a Boer commando. He was a lonely man, without kith or kin or many friends beside meself. That, I presume, is how ho came to leave the Pool of Flame with me." Ho wound an arm round her and held her close. "Hearken, dear, and I'll bo telling yo fho story of it." Behind them the Infernal glaro lit uo the portentous skies. Thunder ... "It seems that there's a certain highly respectable temple in ono of tho Shan States of Burmah ('tis mo-seforgets the narao of It) nnd in that tcmplo there's an idol, a Buddha of pure gold, 'tis said. It would bo a perfectly good Buddha, only that it lacks an eye; there's an empty socket In its forehead, nnd 'tis thore tho Pool of Flame belongs or como from. In tho old dnys the natives called this stono tho Luck o'f tho State, and maybe they wero right; for whon It disappeared tho stnto became a British possession. says tho "In tho war of 'eighty-five- , O'Mnhoncy, a small detachment of British troops out of touch with their command, happened upon this templo wo're spenklng of and took it, dispossessing priests nnd'populaco without so much as a day's notice Tho officer In command happened to see this eyo In the Buddha's forehead, pried It out nnd put it in his pocket. In less than an hour tho natives surrounded tho templo and attacked in force. Tho British stood them off for threo days and then were relieved; but In tho meantime the officer had been killed and the Pool of Flamo had vanished. . . . For several years It stayed quiet, so far ns is known. Then tho curso of tho thing began to work, nnd it camo to tho surfaco in n drunken brawl in the slums of Port Said. Tho splice, breaking Into some dlvo to stop a row, found nobody In tho place but a dead Greek; they say 'twas a shambles. Ono of tho pollco found tho big ruby in the dead man's fist nnd before his companions guessed what was up slipped away wjth tho stone. . . .Ho was murdered somo months later In a Genoese bagnio, by a French girl, who got away with it somehow. . . . Tho O'Mahoney camo across tho thing in Algeria, when ho was serving with tho Foreign Legion. Ho was In Sldl Bel Abbas ono night, off duty, and wandering about, when ho heard a man cry out for help in ono of tho narrow black alleys of tho place. Ho thought ho recognized a comrado's voice, and surely enough, when ho ran down to aid him, ho found a Dutchman, a man of his own regiment, fighting with half a dozen natives. Ho was about dono for, tbo Dutchman, when tho O'Mahoney camo up, and eo wero threo of the Arabs. Tho O'Mahoney took care of tho rest of them, and left seven dead men behind him when ho went away tho six natives and tho Dutchman, who had died in his arms and given him tho Pool of Flamo with hl3 last whisper. . . . "That's how It camo to me," said O'Rourke. "And whero Is it now?" "Back In Algeria, If I'm not mistaken. . . . Yo remember Chambrot he was with us in tho desert and wanted yo to marry him nfterwnrds? He has it tho dear man; I love him. Ho sickened of llko a brother. Europe when ho found hla caso with you was hopeless, nnd went to Algiers, Joining tho Foreign Legion." "But how?" "Well, wo wero fond of each other, Chambrct and I. I helped him out of somo tight corners and he. helped me along when mo money ran short as it always did, and will, I'm thinking. After a whllo I got to wondering how much I owed the man and figured It up; tho sum total frightened the life out of me, and I made him tako tho ruby by way of security and never was able to redeem it, for 'twas only a little after that that I camo into me enormous patrimony and squandered it riotously getting married to tho most beautiful woman living. "Ho warned me to hold tho stono, the O'Mahoney did, saying that the time would como when some native prince would offer to redeem tho Luck of the State as an act of piety and patriotism. He prophesied a reward of lf tho womnn's a walking newspaper? How much did yo tell her? Did yo show her tho letter?" "No." Sho answered his last question first. "And I told her very llttlo only nbout this rewnrd for a rub)' I didn't know you owned. Wo wero wondering where to find you." "And sho told no one or who do you think?" Tho woman looked a llttlo frightened. "She told sho must havo told that man Monsieur des Trebes." "That blackguard!" "Ho was with us on tbo yacht, ono She of Clara's guests." "Oh, my denr, my dcnrl" "Sho has a pretty tnsto for com- sobbed convulsively upon his breast " 'Twill bo nothing hardly that; an panymy word! How d'yo know sho Believe me, no more. nnnoynnco told him? Ho asked you about It?" "Tho letter? Yes. Ho wnnted to denr." know tho nnmo of tho .solicitors nnd "What can you mean?" their nddress. I wouldn't tell him. I "Thnt tho man will never consent disliked him." to weapons worthy tho nnmo. He "Had yo told Lady PUnllmmon?" values his precious hldo too highly, ." "No nnd he's not going to put himself In "Pralacs'bo for that!" tho way of being Injured when ho haa "Why?" tho Pool of Flamo to steal. Bo ensy "BecauBO . . ." O'Rourko paaused, on that score, darling nnd havo fnltb. vnguo suspicions taking shapo In his In mo a little. I'll not let him harm mind. "Why did ho nsk about Chammo by so much ns a scratch." bret?" ho demanded. "How could ho "Ah, but how can I tell? . . . havo learned that tho Jewel was with Dcnrest, my dearest, why not fiivo it him?" up not tbo duel alone, but all this llfo Ho Jumped up nnd began to pneo of roaming and ndventuro thnt keeps the floor. us apart? Am I not worth a little His wife rose, grave with constersncrlflcc? Is my lovo not recomnation. "What," sho faltered "what pense enough for tho loss of your makes you think, suspect ?" Independence? Listen, dear, I "Bccauso tho fellow lied to mo about have thought of something; I will you this very night. Yo were with mako you Independent, I will settle Iady PUnllmmon in tho Casino, wero upon you all that I possess. I " yo not? Faith, and didn't I seo ye? I "Faith, and I know ye don't for an was In chase of yo when tho mnn instant think I'd dream of ncccptlng stopped mo with his rigmarole nbout that!" representing the French government "But give It up. What Is tho world's and having a secret commission for esteem when you havo mo to lovo nnd me. Ye heard him Just now. . . . honor you? . . . Como td mo, TerAnd when I asked him was ho of your ence. I need you I need you desperparty, ho denied knowing Lady PUn- ately. I need tie protection of your Ho made a later apllmmon. arm ns well as your name. I need my pointment with mo here, to tnlk husband!" things over. I'm thinking ho only "I will," ho said gently; "sweetheart, wanted tlmo to think up a scheme for I promlso yo I will In ninety days-Giv- e getting nio out of tho way. Also, ho mo that rcsintc. give mo that wanted to find out where Chambret tlmo In which to mako or break my was. D'yo not seo tlirough his llitlo fortunes. Give mo a chnnco to tnko gamo? To get mo away from Monto tbo Pool of Flamo to Rangoon nay. O.irlo by tbo first morning train, that meet me tliero in ninety days. I will wo might not meet; to get mo on tho como to you ns one wiio has tho right first Atlantic liner, that I might not to claim his wife; but It I havo lost lnterfero with hla p:t against Cham- btlll will I come to you, a broken man bret For what other reason would ho but your faithful lover como to you livo mo scaled orders? Sealed or- t bo healed i)ml comforted. . . . ders!" O'Rourko laughed curtly, tak- - Dear heart of me, gUo mo this last ' chance!" si Wth nn cldrltii' shriek nnd a mighty rushing wind tbo storm broko over the mainland nnd a roaring rain "'Twos Indiscreet nnd that's putting it mildly, mo dear. D'yo know do wrong?" a little awed, wishing for O'Rourko's return, wondering what had mndo him lcavo her so abruptly. Then suddenly sho knew. . .. . Sho could havo screamed with horror. Almost simultaneously the door slammed; her husband had roturned. With n llttlo cry sho flung herself upon him, clinging to him, panting, sobbing. "Tell me." sho demanded, "what you Intend to do? Do you mean to light him Des Trebes?" "In the morning," bo answered lightly, holding ber tight nnd comfort-In- g her. "'Tls unavoidable; I provoked his challenge. Ho wns obliged to flcht. But don't let that worry windows, ye" to ... ms camo down. Impulsively tbo Irishman turned off. the lights, and, lifting bis wlfo In his nrms boro her to nn armchair by tho window. Tho storm waned in fury, passed, died in dull dlstnnt mutterlngs. Still flic rested In his embrncc, her flushed f.ice, wet with tears, pillowed" to his cheek, her mouth seeking his. Vaguo niurniurlngs sounded in tho stillness, sighs. (To be continued.) A b. fo ... - lnsoct Blto Costs Lor. Boi'-- n Uj She Flung Herself Upon Him, bing. Sob- Inin an Inuct two y nns fYum ' To nv rt such ea'amt-etDuel;-l"'i- 's l j'ss and bit a of in&jpt's.u" Ani'.ca Snivu prompt!- - to kill '; man las bis Jos from the pnn i (umI .1 MVo'Ung and pan. lrw in ulvr;., infkniuifoii, uU btinw, buU cui'.s ... ing tho long envelope from his pocket and tearing it open. "Behold hla healed orders, If yo please!" Ho shuffled rapidly through I1I3 fingers six sheets of folded letter paper, guiltless of. a singlo crumpled them into a wad nnd threw it from him. "What moro do I need to provo that lie's conspiring to steal tho Pool of Flamo and claim for himself the reA bankrupt, discredward? ited, with nothing but his title nnd his famo as a duelist to give him standing; is it wonderful that he's grasping at any chnnco to recoup his fortunes?" Ho took a swift stride toward tbo door, halted, turned. "And young Glynn?" ho demanded. "V7as ho with you, and wus ho thick with this precioijs rogue of a vicomte?" "They were much together." "faith, then it's clear as window-glas- s that the two of them, both broke, have figured out this thing between them. . . . Well and good! I want no more than a hint of wurn-in- Only 25 ? iws at ill drua'jljrji. ll itanii bruu. 311 uUJlBi ii J j I tJ MMMM Stoas Lameness Sloan's Liniment is n reliable remedy for any kind of horse bmencss. Will kill the growth of spavin, curb or splint, absorb enlargements, and is excellent for sweeny, fistula and thrush. Here's Proof. I ... .. ." now it's come twice over!" "And now what can you do?" "Do?" cried O'Rourke. "Faith, what would I bo doing? D'ye realize what this means to me, dear heart? Jt means you Independence, a little fortune, the right to claim my wife!" He drew her to him. "Do? Sure, and by the first train and boat I'll go to Algeria, find Chambret, get him to give me tho stone, take it to Rangoon, claim the reward, repay Chambret "And what, my paladin?" "Dare ye ask me that, madame? . . . Say, will ye wait for me?" She laughed softly. "Have I not waited, Ulysses?" "Tell me," be demanded, "have ye talked with anyone about tils letter?" "Only to Clara PUnllmmon!" "Good Lord!" groaned the Irishman. "OpIv to hart Could ve not at least fifty thousand pounds. And and" He was interrupted by a knocking. With a start and a muttered exclamation bo romembered Van EInem, and stepped to the door and out Into a corridor, shutting the woman in. She remained where ho bad left ber, her pretty brows knitted, with thought, for a tlmo abstractedly conscious of a murmur of voices In the hallway. Tljese presently ceased as the speakers moved away. Sho turned to one of the windows, leaning against its frame and staring at the ominous flicker and flare of which lent the night a ghastly luminosity. A cool breeze sprang up, bellying tho curtains. The woman expanded to U, reviving in its fresh breath from the enervating Influence of the evening's still beat. Her intuitive faculties began to work more vivaciously; she began to divine that which had been mysterious to ber ere now. sheet-llgbtnln- g ioW Hailv Kikbv, "Sloan'a liniment Ii the lie" nude. 1 imc rtmoud vety Urge ilioe boils off a We it!i It. I luue a quarter crack rn a mare that w?j alully bad. I iae also healed raw, K,ie necki on three liur.et. I Inn healed grease heel on a mare that could lurdl walkT" Amiio.iv U, Hi vb, Oakland, P., Route No. 1, remedy (or wiilmut a bottle ner l.uKlit more ami luve u( MdRh lamenus,' iV lu1'd ilo3n'f Liniment on a mul for curtd l.tr. I am ol 5.ur liniment 1 It tluii any other ut4 SLOANS LINIMENT is good for all farm stock. "My hoj had liog cholera three daya before e got your liniment, which I wa advUed to try I have used it now for three dajri and my liogj are almost well. One hog died before got the Uolment, but 1 luve not lost any aluce." f a. j. mclaktiiv, Idartlle, lad. Sold by all Dealeri. Pric 60c. &, $1.00 hv The lightning grew more intense and lncessant,vthe thunder beating the long roll of the charge. A heavy gust of air chill as death made ber shiver. She shrank away from the wtfm. Addrses Dr. Earl S. Slow J0"0"' Km, Cttl, Hogs sad Pcltry Book ob ' " wWW M H H H k w v - rtw"- - vrt- - MiL.: ...i FREEH 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 Tho Hartford Republican one year, the Farmer and Stockman, of St. Louis, Mo., one year and the People's Popular Monthly one year, and we will send you absolutely free and postpaid, a full size 16x20 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. 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Y B3TOTI Address &11 Orders to XJe tlrai Coupon Date THE REPUBLICAN, THE REPUBLICAN Hartford, Kentucky. A turo warship in its cnudusft fortm. "SiAlit.T Mocgcl nor SUnrfaaJiraj tnlbwj' upj intba,bly a iMinnonit of nu dnlvcn anoliwvt folk who taiw iUwh into itlio rnQaixa of Jhj mouni'u'-nsby incoming Mongol and Tartar (tribes Thj!x curious habLtat, (Ur modii of living, Wiolr gn.at hvrus cf rWindceir,,, Wor- niCh thoir ounious cen.imoji- Vji, qu'ju uniiko onol ihilmg clku in talttir- JAa'.a, .wj found of Burpaajints JMit. 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? SINGULAR TRIBE Forest Dwellers Who ship Nature. Number of ICami prwDeni'ijd (ho aiairamo3 of most oustHro islamism. Thtj mien attended moisquc, and tbe Wcmieai hid tlwi:r ftao in ttsxr of flw .wfiiljp. Wo (n a found thj j?Xs of tlio ri'Jio-- j Slato of uiuxBt and ratdy to dt(ioae UiioIt SHOULD NOT FALL BEHIND Writes In rulT. "Barkul, of Haml, ,was found to 1j wi'.h tunnies, a village of a small lawn' to tho north W. H. Cundiff croiwdod ana ntJt awaro of our ignciranloa and of selfishness. Wo bim boo muioh the individual ego, and not tmfcxugjh. X i social epj-J-t and too much far eeilf alonand Wo are not half enough for (ha taommoniwiealtl and We ore Individualists, puna simple; and.by our weJaknasp and com- 3uuwuuuj, Intelligent, social and religious llfct . We must educate, agjtjatt!, and in,boar for educational Improvement, for civic righteousness, for mental and mrr-- al advanoamenit, and for the intelU-genc- o, nuaju i imicm uvaju mp uJiua- achtave-mem-ts Tourists Lost Sight af tnoiqu'Xoiu, acd scows formijd iimas9ablo oog3 A th.v ,for- of for Nearly Two ia s. oomu.ilUiis U3 ort.m lo tvtxalt to Wn UuHfourjnwn tihia ,,atfanwajs. Years. Ktoa rafts, "In r tha Junglo was ah?ll tjaie, and a porftt luci'te-- of Immorality- But S ow tiuvtili'jrs havo jiaaa.-through this place, and thijy aria nil Ruasdons. The p'aco is famous for Its hot-so-s and In. on upland lake 'bast of exodltaat 'patEurage a bond of 15, d the worst w usjd canckB Jo down, tilai Hjuj mmy 000 iwanni-- r rounded up annuay by tho tjmgralair's mon, and (the pick ana disiwitphiad hall nmid. TflMy am ?f Tiho country bolng nulvd by harcidttary khans, we wi.ru incnekl on from one Co Uio ttfihir by HJiaje of horsais. Tha una of anonhay Iwals isaarcc. wosau d ly known, and uli tihn it ho is a ohk.cry was foftck Uo. aoul, ad' hough dulty. and iwr and liv(biainilsbJp. ing a Ufo'cf lexin-flu- s "It was on tlw mordiuafi&inni eJoim For tiwwnity nioniths the thrcia Imw-olc- of tho Altai Mo.un':a'.na final'. wi3 duiw of havo tmn .wondering in Mon- acroisa Kjiaaks, tho Crai iitolu golia, Dzuuigturffl, OMmieo Turkt&ian Turkish stock. iMnsrXficwrit nyn tluy w.Jv, well tiff and jvcuairltilbly ci.an, and ho Himalayas, a cania'.di-.rabtIn faa'.al pon'jion of tho ixigtons traveuVTod boing nu bi.f'jtjs jraod mwsJUlimamB. ivsamblanco ninny of iinjni Avoiu diupli entonuly unknown. catii of Abdul Harold. The pnovuibial monotony of Central was now npnocjohdmB. Aato," ea!d Mr. Onmui'.lU'rft, 'vas wo"WJnt;-- r aroBfi'jd Daunigtufti, amd and fiflustly den-slit- y vankd An our ca3 by fon.pia, nhe ty dusruwj of froefc titocxp.d oun wbu-ImpaautrabJIiifiy of wfliWh and Joair-n- jy those of tho tropics ,by gaUssy for a Craw. Yet .wb madoacaxt tffM Phini.e'o of 1,000 miUus idyilic .lokdlands elf iwcnder pkvtunux and Invixjrtol bi'fib road to Htxnul, and ttiriy ful bwauty. f tho la&t aaring tousid buuisisCiMils uia t, "In iho forest nvtg'.oris cur progress wuifcinu tidgo of tfoi Gowt Gdbl was lw'.aiiful jotten. at the ralte of on-l- y a.naoui's J.ady for our &emnd JLvo milk a day. rrho bojga, Jn wonlf. which our, houses .wuro ofitf.in, lx illy "Itij wang, or Iwreddtarj- - kolin, of do j) in mud, and tlw doniso'Yiedtati'.on tMa MtUo Muasuhnun ktogdean unt'wv al niiidw our advance la many plaa.B taliwd us in M.ftl H'jto. and M3 lituv- niosti luipaajlula.. viW far and wCdy for two mauiUis tforao ffioni'Ais of our within Mi tiuviOiry. "For tho first "Ttio luUm lived Jn a caloasal mud Jourouy w wiaudunSd nmong fchla fors, af Uw lulacio in Or6.d'j;vt.l luxury. H4s along tho ests and LJKus, 'fttiiii bdiJ of Iris and Uipor ,YwscJ, Wf'et of Lakkj Baikal, whew among tho wild Cumikill of Uttte wxi3 Uw most luxuriant w raw in a no Asia, and Uio suuunier housieii, In itlio Mid 1,600 nilta front Aits mou:h, Y.JnM:?l. ahactj of g!gaui!ilc ?lm Ipd.a, thm the aoun8, of tiio Giwut eitab'ktt and nwws for faIow3 Wih. afco he'p of hona:e, camoicls, rafts route ncfntadud' oiuj of tho dnaorlH louis in and inamdajrwemadeiBomen'dw; bud thy "AraJbian .Nilght's." Ihrrwah., tihiaaa ferackUw wilda, "Tb iwan is dolcts h3 bjiat to apNt mean tima anions a moat Imtor-eetfeby rape of fanttit urnvjUons stem tho 'idi of CbtmSo toflui.mn.3 by awl t a aimnajo paw'--! wbo live (o the ootoiaJM the moat and he nto4t to tihat Mw (cm and pnWJoe wfc otoMrmtioo, 9t .London, January 22.- A .covering 9,000 square miles and extending nomas country a, iMa'.an of bjtiwvan 4.000 and 5,000 miUs'batiwoev tJw raUwy. sysjieinis of SitKtrJa ami India jwas dasCTllKd to RouttMr' ixoenitly by Mr. Douglas Mr. J. II. Canruit&crts,, who. wlib, Millar awl Mr. H. P. Price, has Juat noUiraiod to Bombay, affor (having Iwun loat sight of tflinco Apnfl, 1910. mumarlKi-bt.jjoiurni-'iy rs "Aotoisb Mongo'Ja wb all itiho QaiSliay drnivieAQd tW (Jmitravursln lump of o'd "In pmey 1,600 this Sioar m1o Dzunguaia, u arly faUins to heat and thtrsit In '.b)3 Uhij Bumniisr of a low-lyl- ng nnli demants. Hero, at a dla'prnioj of miles from tho ocmi, ,w3 wori'i but 700 ttaat above sea lmweiL Our na- maMns hors.6, thw last of thu tiwn-ty-foSlbtrians bought Utthesfart, w ma lost on this trek." ur Are You a Woman a D.-en- Baltimore, Md. Mrs. W. H. Iaon, at 1419 Baat Madison street writes, "For bo vera! years, I suffered, off and on, from womanly troubles, until finally I was taken' down and could do nothing. The pains I experienced, I shall never forget. I lost weight until I was only skin and bones. I boliavo I would be In toy grave if I bad not tried Cardui." Are you like Mrs. Ison weak and discouraged, because of some painful ailment? Cardui will help you. Try (t today. Any druggist will be glad to soil you a 6 bottle. D-1- What Makes a Woman. pounds, hundrod and twouty niuscKs mora or lass, of iboiw and don't mako n woman, lla a good foun and datlon. Put into it hoalitlv stivinsth oiud bIikj may aiulo a lilngd!om. But that's Juat what BUiAnta IUttars glvo lwr. Thousands thont for overcoming falmtlng and dilzzy ejdls and for dlsihUIng wieaknoss, itanvous-mas- s, llatlja, bocUaolio and tilnod, worn out fwMna. "Bljotailc BJilta ha'MO duno una a worfdof gpod,",wuii!u 1 Eliza Pool, IMnow, Okla., "and for thank you, with aJU my hoart, makihiK "suoh a good n3diolme." Only 60c Guaranboad by bM drug-gtst- s. Ohio wti.rw gar-d.n- bla ae ifcjt u for tjbta bcalith, hopipiinivss, and harmony of mankind. Says Kentucky is behind in Uneducated and unenlightened wo puiraue "tho oven t:nor of onr wiay," Many Respects And Should subject to the envying and jealousies of ignorance, governed by posElioa and Wake Up. prdjudilaa-a- nd always wilthout public spirit, while d tombs calls ot human lov-- and broTtuarhood. Hontflord, Ky., R. R. Np. 6. iWhat muiit we do to enfllgMen 9'aite elf Kentucky. Editor Ilartjfomd Reiwiblucam: and to put the Sta'ia of KenRespiactfuUiy, AVe ana now ltv!ng la tho boginmJng tucky on, tjha high plane of a mora W. H. CUiNDlFP. of tho Twieni'totih Cantiuny. .Wa atw tho pota.;u;BorB of vast national wxnlth A Good Magazine. the ownlars and tmhwdtorB elf woadar-fTHE LITERARY DIGEST has tanmUirol resouraos; tba rcplpdWs ken the highest rank as a weekly of tho favors and economy of labor of cunvnt tboueht, at homo saving davtefs and mahiiinieny. The and abroad, in tho realms of literah3ins of o.flii'umjes of sol oatl flic advanoe ture, art, sclanco, religion, pollticso-aiolog- y and of lmiinroviad oducoiYonal mctthods, travel, diecovqry, business. buithoufih wb have and hold all t!vl:ey etc. Its eontwirji are Eblactfcd and grand and glorious things, and ana llv I could not stand it to be on my translated from ibe wpnld'a chofct feet and I was so swelled in the periodical iit.rature, and are given ing Jm tho 2( h Cetory, and in th-abdomen I could hardly breathe. MECHANICAL AGE, lit ia a faot- -a partly in Eummary, partly in quolUuioaj But thanks to Dr. Miles' Heart Discussion and information on all laanijifaVo facitwei airo yijt 1LLIT- Remedy and Nervine I am able to BRAXE (fiii.ia:aUy hiaijiln sides off important qutsficnu are givIncliudo this pant of tho &:a'umnnt be about the streets, a walking ad- en. The contenrs ach weak com- - a vertisement of the curative qual- ffcld &o (Uvemiticd on of a poalthia trutih In tlw curvvs toa n;ake THH ities of your remedies, although I ineoid it in a low towa of" vodco and LITERARY DIUEST IndWeneabla to am 70 years old." vijry low tor it Is a pasliblvo rihamo, busy mea and .womit-- who aceire to John R. Cochran, and a eaandal, (hat i'.iIw Gavcit Lewistown, 111. keep up with tho thought of the ttoi?, of Kentucky, onia of th3 but who Jack the ltlsuro for euch a Better than any statement we Eartynswai, States in t&'o American publication of its value of tak. No other Union, is so low in huimiix)'Jtya Eioala could make regarding the kind bas bevd raeived with such. so low in olvlHaJition, In Uduqai'ilon, Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy and commendnjtionu and dm HUMAN PROGRESS, words of Mr. Cochran. are these Wt) havri had tiho barnjflt of till that The Choice of a Husband. He speaks from experience, the Is too Important, a master for a wohau goiw U?fcira tiha kmiQwl.id'Sia, skill, highest possible source of knowlts man to bo handicajipied by wMaknuss,. acicnoj, and iiiivontlcms of our edge. If you have any of the hi Efeom, e'ta'oiUil'Sy, CirpnJ- -' signs of a weak heart, such as bad blood or foul bnjaithj Avoid thwsu by taking Dr. icing's Ufa poRtaMcai, oonununCo3rrbn, AkriIcuIi'uto,' pain in the left shoulder or arm, manuraa',unjlsi(;:ono"'ajtj3nd ImonlJ'on fainting and hungry spells, shortPills. Ndw etrongith, fiice complexion, of fthl's nikjichartCciail ago, and ,odumti!on-a- l ness of breath, smothering spells, puna breath, cluwrful far!t3 tliirnga in fluttering or palpitation of the heart, that win men follow thJr ui.. Easy, oni, jut, todcy, wo wtfio ilwi'J fcafe, cure. 25 ooata Old Krjiu.'U'Cliy ana fi'Cll II W us on tha you need at all dnug-gibt- e. "Dairlc aad Blooda' Giound" ho groua? ui Dr. Mile' Heart Remedy of ftwUt-- luti'gaticiu, futi'la CoioMi&iu&h, ' foiiful fi.uds, fond fanoUis (of goKit-i3- which for over twenty years has VMbich has nuwir mtitoiallzicd or been recognized as the best prepa"manlj goad") and, ate! in (too tond ration of its kind to be had. Iafamts sai Okilecsa. of mntol and nuanoil OmritnuiB. Sola undtr a auarant assuring tha KM Yti Ntw iUvayi iNChl Winy te tiWs flhusT Tltoa anlivlr to return of tha arias af tha flrat aotUa If It Tli Is "kod luatsy." We lam a s.. (ant to banaftt. AT ALL DRUGGISTS. this ojui:ry Baan taa MILKS MIOICAL CO., Elkhart, In and ignorant .tsociau. of Sbjaatvaef .Wo do opt know ,wbt hurts us. W d-aour-salviul teresting Letter. log in the day of gneait human the Epi ritual, and the material and physical progress which- goes toward the building of a greOt State In. the ojith American. Confederacy off States, So, than !et us all make W. a duty incumbent upon ounalv to da more and more for education, for good roads, for good) laws. h.Oticir foe gpivtirnnuenit, for the cuOtlvni'itoa of a noble aitnirfsm, and for tibta gtfiimU uplift of bwananWy in common, so that eventually, iw.o may; eatabl'Bh a divine civilization and ordain a pure Hdlcgton in. cur loved - up to die by three or our best doctors, "I had been given re-Vi- n foiij-Iwm- k'lll-hop- rs ?s CASTOR I A ?r ZsAft Jao-anaa- .', , Lw 1 " Hartford Republican. RBtand Recording to XMttord, Ky., u mll lw at the Po.tofflca ond matt.r of th and --Mrs. J. II. Torrence, Saturday an Sunday. little Mr J. W. Taylor, wife and son, and dnushtdrsEmma awl Wlnpna 9pmt last Sunday at Air. E. P. Ban-- d anaro Mr. J. II. Torrence lo4 week ibetora last. Little. Mtas Winona Taylor and Mt- -t 1 : THE MAN AROUND TOWN I x SPECIAL MAGAZINE OFFERS A fur's. ;u Mora MtutttttTt- t- C. M. BARNETT, E. DUKE, J. NEY FOSTER Great Half-Pri- ce Offer $1.50 1.50 - EDITORS RAMEY d. NEY FOSTER PUBLI8HER8 AND PROPRIETORS. a th.old'.Tfier.tlenian Hickory Unit hmi,nried.to ting began at unn and an turai VUM Wie oiu church last Sunday night. daush'.T for a Uilfc Now iwliiat r Mr. Alexander Davis, of Simmons four peopli to uniean-a'.ln-Jane ...o. mime, via'-- Mr. R. W. Davis, Sat..as. urday night and Sunday. atourtx Good TCtuls W.IH load to lih'o gvnii mal imprpvemT.tt of the countn"Mde. The FRIDAY, JANUARY 20. farmer who ilnlwis p land .tram town fo:' j; ovtir a spacious, smooth MR. THOMAS WRITES, In ; Look out for a record breaker unoonaslously coma ltd uffjat :: rtiad will e. : appropriations hy th pus"' sipojidJng Improvements in tno operation of the manosenKnit and farm Only a few more Pages and Assisttroubled. Men '.in a for the legislature The ant Ton- Tip. hiircli(s In NashMlMie a f.dt .rv.tarnH. iFon'.uneSare The tax payor pays the bill. Ithelr rto laj ip haJl wie do? Is nt5we have In dUreput?. What Solnool iroams lieaitud all the Sanator Cummins has entered the asktd on wary hand nndon ijiTeiry Sunday lilw time and a gonural invltnAlon Is ex is amwir. It Is for the Republican Presiden- hand contest offered by ev- hnnilnl n tiliia public to vnjay lihjlr tial nomination. lie so.ms to be iu A, ,wiio Is sick ithulr iwjilla, ery one a separate r mwdy, nmd yet siro momenta .within the favorite eon class. not so much iwhut to do as wh"w an ab"iend.iMt greets ilwni and It is for mattkr furniihfis guod Tlio A. S. of E. widl enow more hi w,hat-n:i- t to do 4toat Is imjwitant. Ohio county .this year ithan It has to those who taloj oda'antasa of It. It Among thw prssir.g what not might Banna 0bjj2t for a Ions tilmv, recall of afflcall6, occurs to ub that &uchn thing do, ithe propos-taught. lessons, have to be don In Hantifcrd, and every alter and especially of Judges, perims town, with profit to all. More .than one tlfiih of itlie Dimio- - me hte mast imontanit. Tliait tfo? will m jmbonahlp voltied nsailnstj of lij people sliould ibe fihieSniwof the FOOT WAGONS. raticc House no I know economy A little gir.1 from sunny Florida visthis County Unit Dill, wihllj only one land 'Is sound 'was argument against it. 1 am Mum op-p- iting in a northern olty nw Toiler towelfiMi of lihe .Republican vote If id .to the wull of Ah pjaple for Mu finst time- - S3v.i was oast in opposition to the tn'sisure. skatts thev will rvcall an office, tspjoially Jgreaitly ilntentvid and then shij 1'- Th.3 way IXjmoara.Es are .throwing If it'hi ofEWal ds the Judg of a ciime lunfrictly wild to pasJss a. i.ur mud at itlialr candldati is for 'the Court. for h v own. Not knowing whaUliey them Is a caution. None of 'h v Ljrd Bacon eas y said that moa wiene aalktd, site ieiu Ht s.vm to have escape!. Looks like the disputes arose from tins wtui-- of afittir ths faihion: "O, lveaao, aunJe, might be camp -- lied to abandon nil of the moanJng of weirds. buy me sunw ,agousi for any fdit." tlie ipndwnt citip. i The .will of tlie iMJple as mli of ANVIL STROKES. The County Unit exltttn'sluii Ibill was conduct dos not include a passing Tdie pjlmlat foivsi w3 a storm in inClann-affancy, a ipreis'iiii fiivnzy or paisyd in the Housa laist Friday ign. Domoaraita an pagaion, .but sobtir jud3mc.rtt, unmov- overy wwaithar ternoon. Sev'Mteen Idjals must not K so luig'h a to and against It. ed .by piiesent personal iiwo Republicans voted ciniiir.-ilout uf view. It ds .not bsllevied by Sh? knowing growing out of Che nggivslai'.e expe- bsWhjn nuvikn fes bycom-i- s rience of itlw pMople. onJS itliat it wrll pass the sa!ous, it vanishes. Xo one would assent that a man grower Tiha Ohio county tobacco Wlio liunsrers for praise iveJ wiiiUi crime should be hang charg-- d flll-.who failed to pool liis crap .last year od .wl'ihout trial It was ithe his ettoniaoh bicause sags Tihrt contrfbulion box lilevcir will no doubt want to g-- t hj cpaw will of the mub. The dangers dX lazy. first on the list r.hls year. He is get will but in the with tlie glfu of the ane not in the ting about throe dollars it iss on the Mis ry lows conuiaiiy, but i"jhe passions of fiiie people mowd by piws-en- t man who stood by nundred than the Is not aviciproo-Vwd- . options. nt'sconc and toniparary this sympathy .uion him his organiza; lion. It giinKlilly costs Tilieivj must come Bilsions wlwu the Wlio tenons. &jlf djajrvJs giat ipl'tiy. to 1 nru valu-iulsober wfill of Mie jvoplei is unn.bleto You com-- to a knowledge of God, Little more than two monitihs after expr,j,s its IX in the tumult of not by Investigating, but by loun moat the McOruury's inauguration and Such pasalon thh..n tlw Is divided unr'eht iudiw must lmmor or suffer Him. Democracy of If plans made one rich, then loafers into portions more batjr Chan any tlie 'humil'atlon of iracall. fThe re own autoniob.4i.vJ. history. Thesa factions are so sult might bj to maka an our counts could ride in their in Its Tlw Chriaitiian Herold. I Re- of law tlie security of life uaiid prop evienily dhiidod that Mi small publican minority In (he legislature erty the sport of a passing in vlhich THE WINTER VACATION. wias for .aol&3 the balance of jmjww. tlin ral will of tine One must be a pliilosopher ro iiead the time aba ir.ved. calmly tku advtindisenin.nits of liBd at Wilson and the Tarriff. I mecognlze the danger of winter i.eorts,unlvtJ hthe South1.- stand-pottGovernor WI1a,b is a misunderstood, in arguing agate belongs to that minority hait lias the from the Dymoanaitiic paint of vlHw.on brtnging the gavunnmwttt too ologe to price- of a winter vacation. the subject of lhe Tarlflf, Ho holds the people, .but such is hn f..nd'---n It dors ami reasonable that man that "the only lagitlmaiSe object of du oy of ''Jhe tim.s. The lnltialtilvo rafw-ndu- should Itollaw th-- r birds fillitting hftt-ities on Imports is irevvmio for flhe supneaaJl and itlie iteQtiion of Un tlie sun twlkjn Ww North Wind Ixiglna port of the goveimmaiilt." Wlhien he ited S'laties Sinators and Federal to do buslnwiS at the old atomd. ran tor Governor .his views on thy Judgus by papular vote a.ppiHar on of chteap- Tariff w..ire not discussed. Tliegiroat rhdlr face to .be Just dMrnands of th? Quite lllcoly in sme day tmanspontatlon and a Uias lntfcaae question, so vital Ito due Jnltraileslis of populace, but rtiha 'wilthholding of tiliwae er .vactolon trips this Stae, was not an issue. Thous-.and- s was tocatcV the nuorns the patriotic Industrial life. winVr thrifty passible for of RepubUoaiiB vothd ftw him. founders of our nvtpubMc took to tuSe- - will be more peopliei of modriraitie ameants. Thoy and many a?hens, vilho bjltevu guard and purpetuaitw our fHv.e s, JKanwihllo ith stay at. home must that Taniff or nvnue only wxuld spell ruin ito our largo Induatmto and Thoy iwne not afraid of the will solace .himself as best he may with are dwsiraus that Budh muinilfacltuivs but the .possiionH of the people. It the itihoughit that one takes to a vaihall contlnuo to Pdodiw a nwaisunjl of was tludr intenalon to oulld a fab- cation nsort the same troubles that he had at home. For a .ha4t of Jaded Protieotdon adquate to uru3.irve thielr ric eubjnt In owny'.wtay ito Chie California jrrosp rlty, would Hum finom him in a JJhapugh neomle. .Ptonida. Southern will ol the people noting and ittue Wtis,t lndie3 ane a hospital, Bnealdianitial oamaign, .uvein lif ipreviloa nitflnovwi time and yA Xar onough wivene they are able in (part to impair wdndV.d to vote tor him. unless be from Hem to withstand Cihe imipaot the waste of a business andsoolity assuranoe of a friendlier Eiplrlt of a passing storm iwiavx? Chlait save is machine .thtih uman lhan "Taniff for ivvwiiue only" now the country w.llleoon strain wnloh The Govwnor is so i)rollfilc In subside .mono sober order of was mcjvnjr .built to stand. into a the invention of rafonns .he may yet, things, and in the meintinke Wivm the .philosopher travels In ac- jiotwlthjtandlng ihls n ioent declaraition pllyh many nctadod n.tortms domains or U'ihoiut winltw, he avoids the Banwthlns InflioMng upon tine country buch im Smart Sookity. Bejawelod aim maoe-u- p a the Toiiiff, advocate more to itlie liking uf our puapls Uiaai politic measures as itha him. worn m donlt look good to of recaill c, tlie dootrlna flrt onunoiat'd b The fclmple fondsit .hunigalow lis bat- Judges. a giuora'don tvgo, and indorsed Youth and enthusiasm miould iburry tir, with a crackling fine of pine liy otlier Dmiociatlc Wdensiwihoasplr nighte. Sun-alilreforms wltih too many etaitiutes but con" is on cool Januany td io tlie Prostdoiicy, ibnt nlJwir luach-- d io the Ejiarkle of is law' of niodenaitus llholr tlie Tineni'jon SunHive White iHuuie. kxXu diamonds, and tlie odor of tlw sweet order and fixes nit laist IWe day Adwntlser, nverXum-.-of pines to ny lady's sjow pace of our progress. Orient. Notice. J. H. flHQMASj Xarnowis, Ky. 1012. Hmntford, "Ky., Jan. 23, A4draa all communication Hertford Republican. to o ing. Rovijval mo An old .man of is a .tanglo. fifty and a young man of Uwvntyiv'lRl t brother Comma arc visiting tjlvlr Tlio yonmg onan h t.j writ both widowvirs. thirty K.i'glilt yvlara old, usln, Mnrle Smil'li, alt Shis HALF PRICI COSMOPOLITAN GOOD -- HOUSEKEEPING la-ti- on r? tu3 aivr WORLD TO DAY 3.00 S6.00 $ TO-DA- Y Cojimo-IKilliaTo-Da- y. : .wkAl-ctvr- TOTAL VALUE GOOD HOUSEKEEPING. d Is the bsrt woman's masoaine It towers hnvvd mid sliouldors over all eoinpjtltars In Ixdng of rial value to itlie iwoman who is n oliargvj tp die. I' of 3ir home or exp-ot- s liousekitvnilng has the boat flatdon, hints, rcaipoB and menus Miat money can ibuy. Thore are pasi.s of fiMliloii antlaTies uf tlie day Kliot will and for itilio childrun, fxll nows nniiclies of the dju Hint apivcal io the husband and faith eir as strongly as tlijy do to the rMiEe ni'id daughter. pub-llsho- KlgU-Jatur- ... OOSMOPOLITAN. Alms to be and Is tlio THE WORLD imcat In- a.-v- Door-Ko.'pe- rs I d th-jr-- b'-in- g d " teresting liiagaalno In Aniericn. Two great novels will bj publlslied as sjr-la- ls this jftr: "The Tuning Point," with illusby Robert W. Olianili-rs- , trations by Charles IXuia Gilwontmul "The Price She Iid," iby Dirnld Graham Phillips, and illuirat d by I toward Chandler Uhris'iy.. One It gins in our Ootolwr numb'ir, (the other dn NoGeorse vember. Oilier ftatures niw Randolf C.liOMtor, Jaulf Ixindon, Gouv-orneMorris E. PiullMiw, 0mcii1imIiii and oth.T einiiieiit autliors mid artists. ur the Uwt, among Is n iiuvgazliKis, Just as the review publication, la adplts HisUtr mittedly the best gcinral naigarln. lure, In EurpjKVUul in All the ritlie Far Ea.it of puUtlos, saUnvce, re Itwh llglon and ant will bo told month, a llttlo mono completely, a little more cliarly, a llttlo lietteir Una any other publication. Tlie illuntratlonu will bo superb No Matter wlin,t otflier micizlne you rniad you cannot afford to bj witliout Tlie World as Fuy.'s-iden- cy The Dollar Trio People's Home .Journal McCriU's (Ami Pattern) Ladies World Good Housekeeping ALL THREE $1.00 81.50 1.00 2.50 t Woman's Home Companion 1.50 1.50 Good Housekeeping $3.00 Total value Pictorial Review Total Value y seVf-oa- n Our Price Only Cosmopolitan Good Housekeeping Total $2 1.50 Our Price Only Good Housekeeping $1.85 1.50 s all ..$1.50 3.00 Womans Homo Companion 1.50 1.50 Pictorial Review sson-tinu- total c'l.ou Our Price Only Good Housekeeping $2.15 $1.50 3.00 1.50 Our Price Only Would To-Da- $3 3.00 1.00 1.50 5.50 aom-uthln- oas-sio- n. y World To-Da- y Total Our Price Only Cosmopolitan Everybody's McClure's Total $3.00 $1.50 1.50 1.50 Pictorial Review McClure's Total Value Our Price Only Good Housekeeping $3.75 1 g 50 er , $4.50 Delineator Review of Reviews Total Value 150 3 00 fG 00 Our Price Only Cosmopolitan World's Work Pictorial Review Total $3.30 1.50 Our Price Only Cosmopolitan World's Work American Total Value $3.80 $150 3 50 3.00 1.50 6.00 Intl'Ua-tioni- 50 80 00 1 Our Price Only $3.70 Our Price Only $4 bo-b- Im-nl- k. awva-tpin- M AG AZ J. NEY FOSTER N EN I E AG at Republican Bldg. Hartford, Ky. CY Hian-cocl- ne i noc-valt- s this issue a sore nana somMJisngtiKoacaiiuuii-ol- e. can on another page of wherein you can get this mp.(r, Thw PeoMr. B. F. Igleluort ,of MuhterJberg Fawner & Stockman and the county, is tlw iguest of Ills kooi, Mr. ples Popular Monthly, one yKoreaoh, and a full sl&o 10x20 crayon unluirge-meC. Iglehcflrt. 2?t ALL for $2.05. Uiat notice from tliis diutie ,w will not iviojlva any (tobacco until Monday, i (Jie 5th olf Fobruary, as our fao'ony is ndw crowd xl iwJith wU tobacco, Und we tmI&Ij to caution Cairnnms wlio Qiavo jnool.vl, to dellwr to us, tliait M'o niie in no position to toko arw of tobac-o- o according in bolt djihIIUqii and to our contiiaot um will jv.ifus'j to So iiloaso of ianie, take deUva'Vi kief) .tills in mind and don't dw UHnging any in ibufw the Jth of Fiabruavy, as it is impos-'ibl- j lor us Farnwrs iKose toke Resolutions of Respect. Of damn No. 13340. M. W. of A, of Sulphur Springs, Ky. was .the Iwlll of AlWilier mis, It summon from our mighty God to nvlda: to Heavonls BtHnnal Camping Ground our beloMed Neighbor, Frank Roach, whose dearli ocourn1d on 20, 1011. Therefone he lit Resolvr-d- , That Camp .No. 13340, M. W. of A. lost an icarneiit myiflbur, an upnlgat, loyal otfc'.nn. i Resolved, a Jiid. That our Camp tyiuiailiy to ih extend our hamX-A- t our b iivttv.'d iwlfe and iMUlrai of djiti.'d n ilglibcn' and aaumnenld Ithein In fit Ir hour uf skwuw 'to illin who watch s over eW.m tlie enaniaWs fill, and wo pledge our faVjhful 2o,w and No-wni- to d.iCvilve lit. GA1.LA1IKR LIMITED. baldIcnob Jail. 23. We ai all v. ry much relieved by Uiie change In the wtather for waiuner, we i.'ii r, Tlwnj waa not wry much damago the dcio in this iivighbonhood by tfjutronitt cold wwwher. Mr. E. T. Gilstrap, oX Cimiw,eU, is Tiaitiwg Klatlvos In his neighborhood mAims Mr. and Mrs. Nutcn Ha von, of Hart "Tfped ,visdted the laHure iianeu'ts, Mr. .at this County Supply Company, Mrs. Ensklne FulkwiMon, of mar "51a and . ed, is closing up its business, tanzas, is th'e gu'ist of her lumouta-Mrwill bo dissolve by unanimous canaenits Mrs. Soli Jluntr. and haive of ail Una stockholders. Mr. and Mrs. Simon Kaler of All parsons having claims against gone .to Ia'and to be at MiM ComCounty Supply tliji.r tlsiU'r, M,rs. Lotitle Wliltnier.who the 60ild Ohio Its pany, will present the same to L.U1L11T0II11V (111. J IS 'resident, R. D. Martin, at his office uMeam. John and V. P. MojVon and f1 first la Hartford, on or before Wi Bouunlae uuoivun mave gone to lans day of March, 1912, or o!b tho claim . rtUi on a ruflt of logs. will b3 YorovKT barred. "" '.Mr. Sam Morton .went to LlMjnhoTO All persons tawing thomsolvos In n jutly. debted to the Bald Ohio County Sup .Miss Iora Kimbl y Is fhe enedtof ply Conupaniy will please call and setifiiieiwU Bit CVniMiitqwii, Ky. tle the same with R. D. Martin, at Mla3 Cora Thoiiiassom lias cIoisv.h1 1k his otico in Hantford, Ky. i!ii Alii J bend m.iux 'licne and sahaul o.ire jto itlt in. OHIO COUNTY SUPPLY COMPANY, naalu-tlon- s to lier home last Wednesday. Itobolwd jtlilrd, That Hu By OTTOC. MARTIN, Sooy. Fnuels InXaint oliild of Mr. hi entered to rioad on mUnu-te- s An At&aat: to tlw niar here died and was intenxd at R. B. MARTIN, Pros. oX our camp, a oopy be family and uch of the puun-t- y Equity last Friday manning. 27t4 iMr. S. A. BRATCHER, Timm. T,he infant child of Mr. and papvns, and ail nwimibers .wear the WUiUih'ad is iuiito sick. usual badge of mourning, AWoiderfMlOffer. Mr. M. P. Maddox bkis alhevmallain. E. F. COOK, OonSiul. Ifeo Big Offer of The Rqpub- suffwrtog nom Read Mns. Sallle Drake in J. W. FORUMAiN, Oljrk. Notice of Dissolution. SMALLH0US Will Buy Mines. Hantford, Ky., Jan. 15, 1912. Ky.. Mrs. C. 0 jHunj'.er, Hantfoi-Notice of dissolution of tlw Ohio Handeiton, Ky., January 20. Jo-i- s was in our midst from Saturday until Stawlings and athqr Alabama County Supply Company. Monday, the guoat of his parents Mr. today fumned a ourporatlion In Notice is hereby given that the Ohio and Mrs. 6 th HunitMr. with view to buying tlhe incorporat d Hrind-ttiso- a i r 4tr Why man-ifactur- ers uiud Kiher Druiy oninwH at WawinVy, big aulne proii'Ji'At) in thta ronnier uf Kentucky. Paducah and 'EvanavUlij big .wholesale men liav bought the Uquar 'Inteivsts of Henry Krai.T, and will sfjantawholfci3aniaJlcr'r liquor buslnss in Haiil.inson on a big soil'. Wlien buying a ooug-- modlciro for children Kar in anlnd ifchat iCIiamilKcln Cough Reineily is niOit iiffi.iotual for colds, croup and whooping cough and drug. that it contains no harmful m For Kilo by all drugglsta. out Do you know that fully nine of ovKvy ten coses of rhouma'lam ore simply rheumatism of the inuaoloa duo to cold or damp, or chronic rheumaittroat-metism, and require no Internal whatever? Apply Chamberlain's Liniment frealy and aae how quickly it sLvic relief. For wJie by 8&1 drug- in at It took ten years to make tlie first pair of them. The would not guarantee them until ten years of experi-diie- nt and testing proved them to be lliey prow their own cotton, spin their own yarn, finish and Jyo every pair themselves "FroMFieMttFeett there is no waste. oy this economy. You profit Bamarci fit Hartford, - 4H Co., Kentucky. Y .Mr. D. W. Wakrdand was Tu-isida- a jkjatnt it V What About That OVERCOAT offllcu Mr. Jchn T. Mopry mUirnrid Satur djy afti rnujn from a shout businy-1hi calkc at 7 trip to Loutavnll. Mr. Jshiiji? Whobrny nnd wife, Ow juboru, nrvj vls!i lng ryluitivi s Sunnydaly Mils nvk, Juat arrived a barryl of GviniUiIn'Qj Now Orloana Molasses til J, C. 1UV3 yfxt Grocery and Mjat Marlurt. Pork, BTfT Sausage, Brnfais and Pury Home Made Ijard c. liar's Grocery and Meat Market. 27ftf . Q. llTuwriioi, of Dypoy,Ky., wis re In Niks city Tu'Hdiy and yfod (Mills olttceupleuisant call. ' Call Tin.j otfice, phono 12.1, vtfcm ycu haV3 an Ji'mm of njw3. by Tills favor will lw itpjnvcialied Ltdio publiahnirs and by Qio paitrons of 2 ills. tlie ittpuir. Wlrnin jou wwnt Job irin'4nig don?, J. H. Wood, Cenalvo. was a pioajnmt oaMjr ',' Vlmn Taylor, r,ho has koii iul a'.ok, Is much b rtj 'mr, "Jho Cotinty llotnl of Kcrunllzatdon of in sas.-loMila'wrvk. at Four housj jitants fry. Rnd our einotihyr lu nnoumviuuiit n col-'un- a m ftAftftftAftftftftftftjijiftft: COME DOWN m - r I i1 wt n,.f Jli-v- Mr It. W. Narrows, of paid Thy Ryyublican a plea suit call justyrday. Ticktjts ficr Miss .N'Mloye fnft ir- talnniymt ton'ghii wt Hou on a taVj at Caraoni & Company's. Mr. A. J. Carter, juub 1, and Mr. J. A. J'hnon, of routy 7, w t iiIkis- Johru-itonOP--r- , V m J 3" .. r H I m 1 " MLt I-;. "k Lg SALE! MILL REMNANT AND 1 S SHORT-LENGT- anft aaillyr,s at this mffloj j irtlay. Mr. L. C. Aoon, of Olnton, and Mr. Rolla Tliomas, of EUzaibd htoiwn, Ky.., any Wiy gutitis of Mr. A. C. Ac I ton. Mr. W. E. chamt, was BMis, l'ya.-iviin- the produce mer Wtdndsday car Joad of Who Wood-mn- don't for dooi o'asty it that RdpuMiKair The and tlie prdooBaiv 27itf at Sunnj-dol- r is ,jff winter months? disappoint us. We rwaonniMii Mr. VfwidaM Sarsm't, who Is vialtlng Mr. B. , THIS ZERO WEATHER NO DOUBT Tempts yon to treat yourself W'ji new Overcoat. While our stock is considerably cdtdown, yet we can show you somy attractive styles at reduced prices. Wouldn't it pay you to buy one no, take advantage of our low prices and makeiyourselC'conifortable the balance of the siall exnect vou to call. Don't Piano Couwbns With Every Purchase and damns D.ils, of njar Sunyda'o, atitrindyd thr ciuaarly mogilng at Bundyo lait Satur&vy. Fovbh lino of Fxuite nrrlwd at J. C. Ibr's Gircoiry nnd Myait Markiit sucli as Graips Fruit, Orangys, Apple3, 41 Bananas, Li 111111113, Cocoauwtis. 2"iof M&3 Ava Anton, or Oloiton, who has ban naali mg nppir EUzaibJUiRbiwn, 4i Ky., for 'lu pis' &3rciil ntanitlm, is Uiy bu it of htr bitl yr, Mr. A . C. , Acton.. , Thy eni oritai'junwnft by Muss SuprTJnMnd' ira Lf W'MVrn school far ihi byrii;fit cf tdu-M0.ihad'.t m.11 bjh-Ua- t BawlUng Kjnusky Oluirdi, wull by hi Id at thy Opera J? Gry at on Vrh. u to 9. Supt. lnoh, jf Ilousy ton'ghit and will Iwsln at 7 this city, mfcll leave on Fob. 5 to at- o'clock. i tend i.h in Mi'iiS- Mytro. S. W. Li tioh, cf rouly 3, You cannot afford ito miss thy nter Byuor Dam; B. M. Combs, rauflj j, talnm nit at thy OpU llimi toni.ght Haitfard, and C. L. BlloU,.tff Wjisox, by MIm NVvily, cf Qwjnsb'juo, fur W)ij plyisanit caill-at tllils Utficy thy b inyfut cf tin Nv MuJiodlst justi u"day. Chunoh. It will b u ra:j Orvut. Eld. W. B. Wright will ainaah ait-t- h Pno s 13c, l'5c nnd 3.1c. ChrlsMan church next Sunday. Mrs. Hnilly"A3.n7wiIy of R.v. T. Th amy for maraiing eiyvio-is- , ".Ma- 4H J. Va'jou, of Olaton, nnd daugihter, sonry and i,ly Blblo." Ew.irj-onoar- Miss 11 isa y, who hare by ai nit thy illally diirtiiit-t- (to aiJ"nd. iljafli bjJ.sidv of Mr. Acton 'o intj.h- con gelt The For omly ?2..0u yr, Mrs. William Vilcjx, ttf Ealuils,' Rwpublican,, Hhy Fanmar & a iiyrnl vsytks, wull t'G.unni. homy Hantford (Tto for PyqpltS MorathQy on-- ' Stockman. d.ya. lu n jyar ach and a full alae 16x20 crayJohn Fov, Jr., tlie, famous Kkm'uc:y on oiiilnjngonwat. Fall out the cou- author lias wiiutitiii a nuw navel and pan winch ajipsains .In (his r. It will iippair Jn Sorubnr'a MlagiazlnM 27lf. b Ba'Card af-b- -r Nfj.-leyns faiujly of East Kaii'jfomd inij'ighiborhoodi and Mr. B. F. Run wjrd,i)Vliai.nt.ctill- rs ait tWa off !c Tm 'acliy Opera Thy ynoiialmmonit at thy Housw Honi'ight by Mlsa N mW. of Ow. oiiAboro, will coivalit of reading and Bi suiw to go. Kcr Uluj .hinu- fit of viliij Xtw Mi I'Jiodiyt Ohutich. Col. audMitiTjrn. Bivswor, faf Louis vill , Sunday for itbj'ir iiotmu a fi iw d3j dn (.1ms tdt Ui b-- proenT at ilu lungw olaas of cf ilu Wuidin-jtin W'prlti Tlw ar.'iiu.il c.ino'avu ur iiJim Oounty ut Owyntiboro, F. IBmj.ii nnd nufnig Tujjtljy turnuy Hall. Jam and Thurydoy a corn. Tihy Wcodmen C.role at of thy World lwld an afty-noo- n Barnard & Co. I Announce the Season's n at Viv Fra- - Greatest CO-OPERAT- IVE Jte, Erjutit Duk, SALE i vi J AND LASTS Begins Feb. 2i UNTIL EVENING OF FEB. 101912 h. v 1. l Greatest Bargains in all lines ever ti offered. Get Ready. Watch for the Big Circulars advertising this Sale. , & 8 fv lifiiruriiNwagil mw - m -m - mm - - pa-p.- n & ivarto' wunibyra tfW99999999V9999VV$999V9 of Uuit pubMca-lo- n ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD MARDI GRAS time, dates of sale and specific fares Tickets, reservations, your station, may be had of your local Ticket Agent. from G. H. BOWER, G. P. A. Memphis, Tenn. NEW ORLEANS FEBRUARY IB to 20 train CENTRAL ILLINOIS RAILROAD. Hartford Republican. FRIDAY, JANUARY & 26 U. S. Carson wants your Fura For quality Printing give The Republican a call. U Mra. A. 1. Nail cjtidd ot Tlw Re- publican office Tuesday. Meals at oU houra nit CWy Reataur-an- t M. H. 23tf. 'II. N. Tato, proprietor. at Hartford, Ky. Mr. Jniroes T. Uavts, of rou'n l,was L. && N. tltue card' effective Monday a caller at ithls of f!oy Wydnieedoy. Aug. 21st. No. 112 North Bound duo 7:19 a. m. rMra. Jcaly Bukj attended uuartoriy majtlns at Bund e last So. uriUy. dally except' Sunday. RJ ley ynavt bambw ahop la No. 114 North Bouid duo 3:40 p. m. amd youtflitcottntjooua trmtauynt thne. dally except) Sunday. No. 116 South Bomjid duo 8:45 a. m. Mrs. 11. S. CUniJa aaid vhlildTien vJs dally except Sunday. ltad nc0aus at Duitde, Saturday No. 113 South Boud due 1:46 p m. and Sund! dally except 'Suaday. IniporttU Irish Pa'aitoea frqm Ire H. B. jMISCHKE Agt land, Caftbagu and Onionts fteh at J. E. Railroad Time Table y C. . Uor'tj Qrooery and Mtiat Mar-ku- t. Men toea for Bonn to Iho wUj of Mr. John U. S. Carson wayrts your Fura. of nomr Sunnyrtak', on Jaui. U. S. Carson hhs uie-- Swot Porta- - a boy. Bl. . A. Liuff attending BOouldeWe at Riley's. 27ltf Daf-tran, 1.1, phy-s!ola- ii. Bale - ? wrnt to Owvns Mr, Sandy Smith and fatnlly, of Qitairday, iHlunndns (Monday.. rkua Uouaardlnei'ghibuiiliHsd, hmvo auov U yau have, mnlcr fchavod mt Rile 'a ud 'unito i. h" j HiWilii tuiighboijlioud wlkjiu Barber Shop you j should do bo and thy mUU iinJklj Mi ilr tuUiiM (nuiux. boo haw good youfoul. Ii?air, "AK'xaiuakjr's Ragtime l'and," Moans.. ljj:iy nioover and Atathur "You ono tlw Klottl of my Dnunu," IWrty if(Ui'ii-smiUy Etlkhi ttmi a "Billy," o!c, on the, Victor TulUng dayis yWit in Ow7ndbuxo. ma- Machine. You intsht own Uhla purchase Malo a 25 ofait purohas) aft thy chlno by making a 25 Ohio Counry DrJug Conmiauy and takw at Uw Ohio Oounfy Buiug Co. 27tf a gux$B fan a i $25.00 Vitator asking 'For ouly I2..05 you can gift The 2M llantfoird RxpuaUanM llhie Fannwr & ( ji Machine. "Good ItoiiXjekBepin'' la oroo of the SlocVmaai. Tlae ivjpplKH Moamhily osio today. yioar Vch opd lalfUtl sine 16x20 onay-o- a moat ipaiu'4uY'UKaaIiaa of da 1.50. Sand iFitl out fihe cou The prdoo for tea Mftga-alpon wjajca apvaira to .IMa pa your order to J;VKW 27U. tf per. I Aancy, mimmi, Ky bj Mir. V. O. Hmwutit tat yr wnfat-qietnwtt- twono Among cur callers Saturday et.d a smiky of jxaralyss, and has ,W. A. Clark and lutitle (laugh boon uinooniSQlauts) far eoniie itiiany. route tor, Miles Bti3jifr, of Konrowa, WhJjln.ghin'.il and Mr. Miss In uiy 2; R.jv. B'jrch ShiHds, Byaw Bum; 0. W. Buff, two pramilmynit young Jahn W. Sanderfyr, No ireilv; L. B. rielaply of Shrvivie, wen? manried HarMord, TJohynor, Wni. Browin, at (thy ibomi? of the routie 2; Fururt'P. Sa'lmon.OLlur Run, fbnldy's paivintia, Mr. andi Mrs. CJcbto and EXdyr Bodean, No OtMjk. Vhlti.lnighiai, Re,v. Robert Oldlham Sunday'a JjouMU'JIqi Herald ooiiiaim 6 porjo-miiD- g fin eereniiony. the notice of thy mtvmvasa of iMlsa Is a flla'y" cf Milsa Ftony WWtfdng;-hll- l, Oorda Wdlaon, a pqplari young polwol who Js w dl known In th'is city, Uiacht-Mr. and of Rtvnfrow, Ky., to the former Iflught a suriecreful Grhdyr Xvwl, itf UuiCur county. Tlie sohocl this yyir at Bundi k. The graon marn'aga took placy alt Jeffarupnn-iHi- s Is a pnqiptinoius myiaham', and Th imt-- f Ind., on January 20 fivi wua ju'.ni In coagra'traluijloina Republican jrnn d by Mas!s)'auitk Hay. and b at Avlsliys. iComio down dnd bus llerj sp.iolafe Mir. David SlaHiand, a tii'igfcily you an yd In ithy Hardwary limie df Mlmys oltdzieji cf Taylor Granato and Galvanized ar. Wishilns-Tub- s, dlyd at b's himo at (hat place Tw.'s- Cool BuokeX Water Buokots, dayand was buried at llhy Taylor iMlnei Wk.11 Ruokritts, OU Cams, Coal and Birt bunyitag giwunds Wttin- - wday aOJyrmoa Shovy', Rakua ami Hons, Axus, Oaffyj at 2 o'o'uck, fununail a rvfaes holng MUls and Many othyr antilckB. aTltf canduated by Rjv. Brawn. Thy dv ot ouAsldj ! oas.d held ithe ixi:wn Esq. J. C. Jockaou, Mrs. W. ; baas at ''hy mdnMSnd was wJil liked Aalihy and J. A. BUbro, of by yvyryjnj. The fuM ral anid linltor-myBynon Wadding aaid J. B. Bundy ; Andryw A'lford, of was a'tondod iby Mr. E. iG. Oar- of SuiwU'u; Harate Pdorce, U"y Ohlnn ross, of iWis olty, who iwas a iiyrwau- and Adam Naw?i, of (McHynmy; A, V. al f plynd of tlw di c(Wd. UilrUn, Rowxin and NVy Rowan, of Tlw rysiil noo of Mr. E. T. WilWood-nu- n wi.'ru ainoms thi out of town liams on 'Mala atUTJit near idw Uw- Uid h rw Skii'Mnday to ni'jtjdnd bjing trlc light plant, came oU?3 dnltilati'onj ail tmwon d by tin Tuy day Rlver'Ladsa'.No. 110, Knlgh'j about 2:30. No onu 'ab In idly frjrit part of 01j Iwudj at Ww lnu and uf PyChlis, hyld uni fit tin bi'st niy oniflldurublo tunny thy blid dnd galnrvl Tn-- j day night luld In was a apVjndld aJanul-anc- y, hudway, when Mm. WlU'aius d ukA-y- d Itho oiuol, nnd runTng lmto Un and tiu aank of Iligj wus family rJom dlacoveivd ih fine. Thy muit oiii boudliUto. Njw wyne also ius'Jallf.d by Dpu y aUvrm was ixUly Kleii and dn a fy Gramd ChaaiollUir Juha T. Muory as UilniSiAS itdiy volmuer fire, fdghtijra.who had (he iT.wiK.Mid fudluwj: Poat dhaucol'ior H. E. Unomn; Ghana .Voir W. R. Hudrlck; Vice Cihan-- 6 uluz? exitingulsilied. It da thought (hat Albert th-- t Imji si nmUid by a Inert, ooal pojunlng dlor B. h. Toyilor; Pivdaly Fodtur; out on itho aairpjt, as tihyry was out Rial; K. of R. & 8. J. Nr-H1. WUUams; havJ M. or enough coal on th,j gnaity to M. of F, JnuJ H. roUud down, and Mxs. Will&msuhoiugU E. Junea Lyouw; M. of A'. W. Mm wan ithe ,way K origlnatyiL Rhcttde; 0 .Q. Wi'F. Aadntoet nih6 has by n visltAmg hyr damshtor, Mrs. Ohanlle Cook, of Ottynisblaro for soverail days, anniwd dn Mantiford Tuys Milsa Nyyl-- y, 'ho ial ouIdSd r.iidyr and day to bj tha guest of faijr boo, Jlr. ulocu'ionlat who oa'j rtainvd here HbnbMtt Sanders and wite for a couple vtili3 for vbit Knftghts of weeks. ajvuml J of Pythias, wtll give an unturi taiiuni-mswrcraJ air: J. D. Ry.-d-, who for at 'Jhy Op .ma Hcusy tonlghit Cur thy raoni'jhshaa been running the iNW York boa iCJt of thy n 'W Mn.tlud!idt Church, story dn "this aity, Infit Wedn fcr (hy au;p!otfi of 3 dtiion 2 of und HoiiklnsvlUy, Ky., where h11 hajsanov-y- d Uu fjadiyi GircU his stotv. Mr. Reed Is a splendid Mir. and Mrs. Sam WaJo-.lanbusiness iman, and no doubt wirllTnaeit luirw lasit wJth succi-.vjof Chacgo, In jthit olitiy. Thunsday to mnd svynal Uoya with Mrs. Julia Weddjig, cf WhtteaviMIe, ornid iMis. D. the former's pairuwU, Is dangyraualy ill, and TMpants jTeter-da- y W. Wakniam'd. While in Chicago Mr. from hi ibedalidid are to the et- WakMland wpa a mwbyr of thy polloo ahy la not expected j0 live Cure-?- . Hy hais npt d.(TiaUnli- - decided ot that but a short itlme. For several days whene he. wdll loaa'vj. ahy has huen very ilaw, hiarvlng auf- - Saul jour subscriptions for Scai'.bnyr's tu J. NVy Ftaawr Migazlry Agyncy, HoiiViford, Ky. 'tMs Mrs. BeVjiy Sandyrs, of Louisville, ao t t The Great Profit-Sharin- t g Sale JT ly arrtjd Is in Full Swing! t My ans. yes-titid- ay N w" T I 0jnlti-r-tawn- Mit-ahi- nt Everybody knows what it means to attend one of our Sales. Come often. You will see something different every time you come. Hurry, up and get in line with the rest of the folks. A dollar saved is that much made. e K I V J J t V iur R-u- sh wJ. TJn-u-- q vl alivi-uy- , E. P. Barnes & Bro., 3 y BEAVER DAM, KY. I I . y, h v "N i' I yjlJ'yiV- SJl2siiJ, Mifr nwmmiii ji hJim T! Jm - r. X h'X- -! 7""? Directory .. vm Dwnmmiommiu, Oliio Covm.ty 4 HousePlants Free ram.' Ki gy? Unique Stwyoits Discovery tt W plants to give Wo have four benutifuliouse away absolutely free to even fanner's wife in this Tlipan iilnnia rnnsist, ol aonf.inn . w WJ UVVVIM1I -- iMtcmnnoNtM tHtVviucuocaTnoArf "Juat ft countryman that's all." Js tho way the groiw.T of Mvia rvmairkn-Mir of com, Mr. Kned C. rutin, jtyks hlnistt'if. Though ho Is admitted to bo ono of tlvj leading corn experts In tho country one whoso serft K. Kellogg $1,000 trophy (this yoar 1 at Omaha. motha "And I was canfildanit ment I rw it, and looked it over, that I hid tho trophy winner An my hand. So much so itihat iwhon I loft 1 for Omaha ,to exhibit tho oar, took it out of my grfp and ehowed it to the s'atlon agent with the Mrds, 'That's Uio oar I'm going to wta.thj $1,000 urophy with.' " So ith are's ithe Btory of the champion And car as Palln told it himself. on tho B'jn.mth of It who wall ea-- that Foied C. Palin doesn't Justly nurltthe Knows' who toUe, "Tho Jinn Mrs. Lawson Carnation 1 Geranium 1 Flowering Begonia 1 Boston' Fern I V V a vices are gnesvtly Jn demand na judgo of corn exhibits, Mr. Palln asks for no giri:aitier honor or dlsMna'ion than to bo known as a plain Hopslor fftrmior, and white ha openly pmotesu-a reasonntolo pnldo In. tho achileivicpneinlt of growing the famous aur of corn which was adjudgwd the moist perfect oner Brown, dt Is without a shadow of ostenitftitdon. By special arrangement with the Farmer and Stockman of St. Louis, we can offer The Hartford Republican, one year; The Farmer and Stockman one year, both for $1.25, and give these four house plants postage paid absolutelyjfree. The Farmer and Stockman guarantees these plants to be in growing condition when they reach you. They will be mailed direct from the ilorlsts' green house to our subscribers, all charges prepaid. We are only allotted .a few hundred of these plants. Therefore, we urge you to take advantage of our offer at once if you want this collection. It will doubtless take only a short time for us to give away 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 . fl UHE WORLD'S, GJREATEST EAR OP CORN. thd VARIETY Palin's Com Flake Yellow. (Named after winning i W. K. Kellogg ?1,000 Trophy.) seventh year production. A HYBRID Tha ( MaU Raid's Yellow Den PARENT PLANTS ( Gold Standard. ( FiflnafcAlexnindur's inch.(3i Jnctojs. Clrcuniforonce, 7 4 S Lemgrth, 10 DIMENSION'S 4 of an inch. Wildi'ih Number Of news, 20v Jvesigfih or kernels, of keinwls, about S of on inch. Thickness of konnls, 6 of an straight inch. Arrangement, veiny uniform, kwimals rumniing in rows tho entire lrjneth of the ear without a misplaced giviin.hold-dn- g their length .well to tho caida elf tlie &r, tip bjing well covered wu'Ji Uyntd grajln3. "WVcght, 20 ounaea. Esiiiiinatfd proportionscorn, Hi' lwr cunt; coib, 8 pir oomt. 1-3-3-3-- I Circuit Court T. F. nirkhead, Judge; Don D. lllngo, Attorney; W. P. Mldklff, FeJailer; E. O. Uarrns, Clerk; F. lix, Master (tommlsloner; It. T. Collins, Trustee Jury Fund; T. II. Dlnck, Sher iff, Hartford. Deputies S. O. Kcown an Lon lllaek. Court convene first Monday In Fobruary and continues three weeks; third Monday In Alrllr two weeks second Monday In June, llirca weeks; third Monday In October two weeks. County Court. IU It. Wedding, Judtfo; Tlnsley, Clerk, C. K. Smith, AtW. torney, Hartford. Court convenes first Monday In each month. Quarterly Quarterly Court Begins on the fourth Monday In February, Muy, August ami November. Court of Claims Convenes first Tuesday In January and first Tuesduy In October. Other County Offlcert C. S. Moxfiey, Surveyor, 1'ordsvllie, Ky ' It. F. U. No. 2; liernurd Felix Assessor, liart-forKy 11. F. D. No. U; ilinry Leach, Huperlniendent, Hartford; Dr. A. li. Hliey, Coroner, Hartford. JUSTICES' COURTS. so. . nartiora, Tuesday atilvsr 3rd Monduy In March, Tuesday after Urd Monday In June, Tuesday after 3rd Itonday In Septeihbcr, Tuesday after 3rd M'onday In December. tcott. Cromwell, Wednesday afte V 3rd Montftay In March, Wednesday after 3rd Monduy In June, Wednesday after 3rd Monda In Keptcmbor, Wednesday after 3rd Motiutay In December. John II. Mlles llockport, Friday after 3rd Monday In t March, Friday 3rd Monday In Jiiaie, Friday after after 3rd w!!!ay In SeptcmLVr, Friday after 3rd .'" Dccemben, JnckHon, Ceiitcrtown, Saturday 3rd after ; Monday In arch, Saturday uf ter 3rd Monday In Junl Saturday uftcr 3rd Monday In September, Saturday after 3rd Monday In December. xi.C'00l5' i!c"frow' iVuseday after l. Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law HAnTFORD, KY. Will praotlco liis profesaion la th and adjoining counties. Comnicrcll and Criminal Practice a Specialty. a Barnes & Smith Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. Mssrs. a W. II. DitnuH Smith an noun oo 'Uinit 'they have partnn.Talii'4) fcr tilio gonjrtil and C. E. ifonn jmc-tic- o d, criminal and illvor oasos, Mr. Btultli County Aittar-ni.- y is jiyn-eii!- d from jiractilcknigBucli catsvs. Mr. BariKt wdll Individually OfXIouB nocfjkt Ettch practio Jn Hartford Ibomiblicau building, Hartford, Ky. of law, exo at Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, - KY. Will practice his profession In OnU and adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeals. Criminal practice and Col lections a Specialty. Office In the Bee aid building. FRANK L. FELIX, if 2nd nrT0mE8 SanUe., Dundee. WVdncsdny ilmiday in v5 ir. h.e Ucdnesday after Ind .Monday February, li Alav ednesduy after 3rd Monday In Aiguat Wednesday after 2nd Monday In NoWcm- V TuesdaV 3rd &Vn,nay i" a'11. Tuesday afterafter UU"JmSSX .'n November. atier 2nd - In Fcbruaiy, TJcsday oCi' xY' f"9f Fordsvllle, Thursday , after USE THIS COUPON. Date HARTFORD REPUBLICAN, Hartford, Ky., Gentlemen: Attached is $1.25 for which send me The Hartford Republican one year; the Farmer and Stockman one year; and your four house plants. 3rd Monday In August. inursdnv Thursday afti J. I., ration, Kalpli, Friday nftcr 2nd .uj HARTFORD, - KY. Will practice his profession In all the Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and In the Court of Appeals. Also Notary Public Offlco over First Na'tlonal liank. . Attorney at Law YANCYL.MOSLEY, day.a-"v?,!' C.T0JX,!' J,UJKei inV.Cy: '"""."'cy. Jir CI"; -: And ) J. foIJl- SrJJ) TheWorlds Champion Ear! My Name is My Address is C r :, II The champion ear of conn wa3 not acoidi.mt. There can bo no greater lesson in tho valua tif eanEul study and painstaking sa'co'Jion of aJed and breeding than '.he enartenrcs of ihis came Palin. The farmer who thinks ho cranils a chanco to go into his oon field and by a piooo of luck pick an ear which Nature has fashioned fcjvion mono parfrctly and wffh It wrest the horrors from this Indiana man, cannot do better to diminish his mini? than to of , this fallacious notion read the story of Palln and his champion ear. an f iT"v, S- - VfmtfBs Wi mmmmw u$f4 FRED corn. C. i Corn?" But that's not nil off Palin's story. Hj tells it willingly, though nioil.stly, for he knows that his story whenever told is a source of great anmurage-meof the thasands of farmers who he nevar had a b.ittor chance .than had hlmsdf. Palin was- - born and brought up on a farm nraar Newton, Ind. Ifo lias nsver ownwl a foot of 3 farm land in h's Hfo, and itihi3 farm on .which the champion ar uf corn which awn the Kollogg Trophy wtas grown is a rented farm. a 3lr. Palin's rwal exiprienae as yiears farmoir b.'gan about Blxte.m ago. He had bdjn on the road as a sal sman, wihen ho grorciny Epcclalty took a noti'an that he would raitfcjr be on agrfculi'.iurdst, so he took a few short courses at Purdue lUmivtdrsity and memted a portion of tha fanmhe now occupies. Nlrne yicoms ago luo bebreeding this nesw gan lie yioara of com. For tiwo Ydllow plamted two rows of R'id's Dmt, thtin idwo .of Alexander's Gold Standard, d.asseling ithe GaldStiand- nt 360-ocacan-fuil- y ty ? ' - , New or Old Subscriber? Adrress all Orders to III IS itn-.o- HARTFORD, KY. corn, for the company of ,'wibich lia Teamed is pnoBidnt, tlvj Kellogg Corn Flake Cp., rwiuirws t,?n thousand bushuls ot corn a day for tlha making of Kb product The Kollogg trophy was otfcid to lie award.d in annual compeiUUon for the best Blnglu off corn unitil won twice by tii3Bimo produoer. iTie fact ithat tha Kellogg from HaW-eproduct Is made only white corn, while ithia wlnmlng mr wa a pronounced yellow t)ipe, was a poou liar fA.ituro. The Ivilogg trophy was iwxn Jn 1910 at Columbus, Ohio, by R. A. James, of ChanleStonk lU.. with n magmifdeont oar of Rdd's Yellow Want, but not ly so perfect an epr as Chat r(hiioh won tho iiropby and iwihich has becomj-- known as "tiho bedteair of earn over grown."' The fUixt award of ithis toxphy will bo mado ait tjhe meat National Corn In Exposi'ion, wihlch will be IwM C February, 1913 ,mt Oolumbia. S. It is plaiiuiiod ito make this expoaftioiv muolt bioadjr In seopa itlian any luald a ilons-i- r In the past, nind time rodll be ivqulivd for invpar'ai'ion Siaa!al buildings are b.lng lur.d for tlie exposition Al'o main bulldicg to bo 400 by 107 hist, ground myaisu'rvnwsnts. The ehow will last ten days. The State of Sou'to. Carolina has npprp-- i of nriajtod $10,000 for tho the ocposMjUmi and .the pixwiiect ds'itbA Dixie 1U "do heraslf .proud" in an th3 effort to niakle thls capos'jUoni groxti:Eit of its kind ever held. n Th-a- HAUTFUUD rOMCE COUHT. O. a. Llkens.Clty Marlinl; Court second .Monday In each month. i i'Zh,!X; ." S-Wl"'""'. Mayor; ! - K. Coi. Treas' ' .Solll,"s- t l, T. It. .ml!innot W. M. Fair !.n Taylor. W. B. Ellis.' E. P. Moore I . School TniKtn.-- .i' u ;.; ... W Tin.ii.. 1" C)' fccet"-y- . "J'1"",JI.tiiuirman: C. Ilarnett. C M. Crowe und Dr. li. U. Pendleton. ItELIOIOUS SEUVICES. ces ' monrlng fln)t a"'1 ""ra day fnC each CTery, Sunday School Sunmonth. !:43 ?,U,. ' ravF, "leetliij; t.ery Wcdnes- JJaptlst Cliurch-Serl- ces every Sunday and evening. Sunday School 9M5 a. in. Prayer meeting evening. ltv. jT w. Brunt'r. Church-Serl- ccs Christian every'.fourth School 2:30 in. . KILLthe COUGH ;ith CUKE the LUNGS ?. Uar-nari- Or. King's mv FOR AND ALU Discovery South-Servi- I0o A $1.09. TfW BoHIe Fret THROAT AND LUNQ TROUBLES. Sil OLDS morB GUAR J ORMCl TTD 8ATISFA0X0KYI KEFUNDED. " pastor. C P. Chureli S.n-M-. each month nt iV . Sunday Scool TiMS. in. c..., "".,our"lr u' "' ". rigni . J. NtY FOSTER Notary Pxfcltc hio County - J." m' - SOCJETIES. Hartford No. CT5. .F. & A. M meets first and ihlr.i iinhii... -- iCt. .2 each month. Owen Hunter. W. P. I'oreman Secretury. jvcyaione Chapter No. 110, n. A. M.. meets every third Saturday In - SECRET LTFORD, KY. irs Given Prompt Atten- PI NSION AFFIDAVITS A SPECIALTY. OTTO C. MAIIT1.V H. X tr d i A '! v IffNS)ra j"i id nnH .IMB VvK7H lB5jI II II PALIN. Mill n ' i "' knows If ithere wore no mono proof if this fact than tha ibaro etany of tho tho dovelopmiant and diaaov3iy of ehanipfon tar, it would bx '.'noush. And in proof of this fact, hore is tha storyes ha told hilmsjdlf. "Jt was In Novtanber, 1910, and wo were just harvesting our orap. fTlio i wea''flir had bj oi gocd, but wo woru a llttio late with ths hamast. The mon were agoing tihrougih tho fWds wiltlut ho wagon in itho usual (wtay gathering tiio cti-u-. and Ui'j luirvtiat w:id a'prtitinlhLng on-- In the first plaoo, Palin txric-inal- rlfi ffl ' tw . - ' IChi I IW HI high wdnd Ehould spring up and break the , he watciicd while tha hog, w.h!oh had tusks five Inches long, pro- oajded to niako a inonlooy of a dog. "Phe 'dog bJoniged' to the hun'ier who foil ovor the coon bag, so the man In the trae did not oonidr blms.if persanally invol;jd. lastilng In the course of a ba'.t'e minuUs the hog had killed the dog and them went awiaiy wailving Its wild toil. But the brave hunt of the man In tine tn; nwwr qualli id. He stojicd fanlessly at his post un i til found by a sjarchimg iarty. rescued, he was congratulated on re maiming bravely up a tree wh ae thert was no food and w.hone he had Ikmji la danger ot starving to tl.uifi Ne(v CumborJand, Md., Mspatch to York Herald. ij' ,nef' rr,C8t: Hartford Chapter No. 81. O. E. 8.. meets second and fourth Monday even- Secrt,naJre;."n' W'iU M,M ItoUEh ltlver Lodse No. 110. Knights, of Pythias, meets every Tuesday nlsht. C c" J' Ncy Fos,er' K- of it! &aspan Hartford Tent No. 99, K. O. T. M.. meets every first third Thursday night It. D. Walker,antCommander;!,. P. foreman, Ilecord Keeper. IXVAS aV5 p. McKE.NNKY Martin & McKeimey Heirtford, Ky. Sunshine Hive No. 42. L. O. T. M., meets every first and third Friday nlcht In each month. Mrs. Attye Griffin, Lady Commander; Mrs. r.ula Pendleton, Lady Itecord Keeper. Carpenters and Joiners local No. 1881. meets 1st Saturday nlfht In each month. Noah Skaces, Pres.; W. D. Luce, General Insurance ccident, SlcK V and Fire. WILL AliSO BOND YOU. Life. r, Sec-Trea- a. Acme Lodge No. 330, I. O. O. F.. meets secoi.d and fourth Friday night In each month. W. R. Hedrlclc Nobie Grand C. M Ilarnett Secretary. Ohio Tribe No. 188. Imp. Order Ited Men, meets second and fourth Wednesday night In each month. James C. Ben nett. Sachem. A. E. Pate, Chief of Itecords, Hartford Cams. XV. n w isrn w Thomas Williams; Clerk. " om.ma.n'ler a Preston Morton Post No. , Q. A. It., holds regular meetings Saturday before the first Monday In each month. Ash- tonimanaer; J. u. Rogers, Adjt. """ 5l rn. Electric whin everything else fafla. In nervous prostration and female weaknesses I they are the supreme remedy, as thousands have teetltled. Succeed K B .ii. $100 .The readers Reward,100. cif b--3 M. A. S. u,p NaRMf m "M Hill II fl) 1111 cons-.tiuennl-y llll . jrfi if trffi "We have :1 tsont of corn show at iiii iwif nl- my farm all i3ie tliwo, andtilwne is ways an award for (exceptionally gool ears of cornears Buffficdcii'tly truu to type to parmit of thjin b?- lng hlblted. TiIimto Is a mna'.l box on owoy com wagon in wthich (ho most ionfcct ears anj bhrawn. Those, PAIIONALCORNTRDPHYl eona'itutkj JV1ADE DY TirEANY rah on irojoriy udeati-d- , TwiceAwarded.Tobe Comthe echxl corn, and among tW.' niaro peted for afiain at the next perfect cars wo occajalonulliy fund uai IJLCorn ShowatCOLUMDIA.S.CJU ctw tluit we nro AiUins to cxiliiblt in II HrvTMtfliH BfwH IHiflH Rll nB lllll ' Mill lllll lllllI this paper will National Officers: pleased to loam that there is otlcost Prekldcnt-F. Sharp, Narrows, Ky. Vice President J. M. Wooiu. one dreaded disease that ecience has V., Kump, In) able to cure in all its B'.agitj, dianapolis, Ind. State Officers: and Uiat Is CatatTli. Hall's Catanrh if1 ! Ifoman, Carroll cotnty, Pres. 1. T. Barrett, Hendorsoil county Vice now President. Ouro Is the only nost'lve euro S. B. Robertson, McLean county, known to tii-- medical fraternity. CaI tarrh being a constitutional disease, O. P. Itoeraer, Warren county, State Secretary-Trtasurer-- S. n Sec-Trea- s. of B. FOR KIDNEYLIVtR AND STOMACH TROU1L1 is the best medicine ever overai druggist's counter. cxp,-jnsk- MP ctiooo.oo K - The wildest Ever. tho What has Ihwn described a wild liog ov r isajiiin W st Vlr ginla has Udsn gritting wlldor, and un-Iu is caught eoon, nray & to wild that to may hunt ionralwdy. His vl!di;eai is tosMfllwl to byflvo spoatMiien wlio mvnt out aftr a raccoon and lunoountcrul tiio hog iu itih.3 w'oodjw He was bo wild Utn that Untu of the hunitors droppl tli ulr gun and ran for horn?, while tilio t'ounh cliinUd a tnce. he fifth man tiipiwd over the coon bag and he was carry-ln- g gears and collected honorable which are the prldo of his village, It was (the man up tiv? troo, how-ove- r, who beoaooe tho local iKiro. Head )&t ot what vAzH befall him if a wlltk-s- t 1. a comte-t- . i par ard. ''On tho . day Wuj championi i Qui (Lfflsaiyi rows h was found, 1 was at tlw hoa) and Iilckioil for only Un uara carryat dinner (ilme oni of tihe moil bnousht ing tli diflraatr-nLa'Jclie vandal to it iu and laid dtjwidh a nuinb..ir of iv'iiroduoe, ji'auUug Uwsio Jn ln oiling othi'.r nrs, upon the wlnduw sill in liioti and cacuful h.ilic-Uotho wioll room for me (o talw and to Hiiat In itiui jvaro' t'jni3 lie put away Iu die h ed house. d type. had dovolojKid a "WtJl 1 eaid 'do you tlilnk! THw Pai'dn cliajuaiion tar was tiio ypu'v-- 3 got a good oar inure?' Cret wlimer of tlu W. K. lu.llogg 'It looks to me Ilk a good Mar,' , Natiotiol Corn Tnoaihy, n hiandaanw you do itihlnk silver and unaiavl cup madjo by Tifhe cold. 'What ot it?' fany of Nww York at a, cost of $1,000. and "I jilckiod it up and looked It OVir. Mr. Ks&ogg as tlw origliiai'Jor 'Well I eoid finally, 'I Utlttk It Is nuumf actum- - of TtooEititid Ctarnj FJak'Js the most pentoat war of corn I uvur' naturally baa a dtftt tlotenest la tine ,m It's ood enough to iwto thd w. djoWopmaut of tjhte bi!h;r gmdai of Fi-cais malui-jolnlun, J L , ' treatment. roqulnes a constitutional Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting dinoctly upon tho blood and mucous surfaces ot the Byatcnn, thereby detroing the foundation ot the dlscase,and giving (he ipatitenit atneingth by building up tho constitution and asslsling nature in doing its work. Tllie proprietors have so much faith In Its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any casithai It fails to cure. Send for list of testimonials. CO., Addmss P. J. QHBXBY & Toledo, 0. Sold by all Druggists, 75c. Take Hall's Family Pills for constim pation, Organizer. C. C. Allen, Henry coilnty. and LotMxxHrsiatMtvccaHi tie Graves, Allen county, Assistant state organizers. Board of Directors. Ben Watson. War Xm ImImk AtrUl wUl ren county; C. M. Harnett, Ohio counV intie yoa tor psnasasat ciutom.r. ty; A. II. Brooks, Bracken county; It. E. 7 tVlM fiallartUai wkk,iTnri(iMiu-- W U.lt kind. I Tmm- m i. imy, uuruin county, ana j, doss, UUMaiMStTwkfl.nalU.lM,lbMwi. Muhlenberg county. Ohio County Officers: I 1 flDAKlnui T PUCASB, 8. L. Stevens, Pres., Beaver Pam.Ky. I Writ Mtmtkm thin Paptr. I Henry Pirtle, Sec. Hartford. Ky. D. Ford, Treas., Hurtford, Ky. I COUNTY BOAllD OF EDUCATION. 10 CENTS . Henry Leach, Chairman, Hartford. Ky. 1. L. B. Tlchenor, Hartford, It. F. D. No. 5. 2. E. C. Hart ford J Reynolds, Ky. 3. M. S. Patterson.Olaton, Ky. 4. B. L. Alford, Wiilto Run. Ky. 5. Richard Humeri Taylor Mlnes.Ky. 0. J. L. Brown, Itockport. Ky. V VIM. f F SEEDS m SPECIAL OFFER: H B t, '." W I -s SKNi I 5 -- j Mediclnios .thatald nature are always most offoctual Chanibrlain's Cough Romcdy acta on this plan. It allays the cough, relieves the lungs, . opens tha EocrotilooB and aids nature In the syabcrm to a balthy condition. Thoumnda have teetltled to its superlar excellence. Sold by all m druggiato. u&ifintxfi2iJtsieJJ tmWAI1 - fasMess9f&mifsi&ir0i fMiii ia j ty- . - secarrwMfi tr W'1ii CttyeA l)itrrdimeA sisjoeiisTrfsst w " ., - mBoARD) . - m sr '" V-- fcjy.tv.- - ..... Auiji "KMPffA I N N "XT '' For Sale LJitJ Xlro, hn to obUIn tUnt4 Inula talk,! nrttUimmi IN ALL COUNTRIES. Culin Jirertv.Uk W'atMncton lattl W.I Monty an J pjirn mi paitni. Patent lVritM RARE SILVER DOLLAR - Id Tiaa bdm qiaUid oft-jro- d by exrwn'ji Bha; s. Real Estate! Acres of the finest Rough river bottom land located thrco miles west of Hartford. About 20 arjes in cultivation. Good dwelling nud out buildings. A bargain for $1,250. 60 FOUND kit " lninnimn fracuc Af mini to uf UihU Itmt, bmt VftIM BUI .t uciutmiy. fstsat Pattern of 1776 Made in OfiM, WABHinaTon, d. c. Birmingham. Eng. Only Two of These Coins Are kKImAAa i!iipliw Trade Marks COFVRIOHTS AC. Anrnna ni1ln n sketch olid description m? Mrrrlnlii our opinion rreo whether an 1ulrklT Intention li rohnlilr pnlcnIMitx. Oimimmilcn. tlnnnnrlcllf rmilldonllal. HANDBOOK on I'nlpuu sent freo. Oldest nirvnrf fur securing patents. P.itmis taken through 41 mm A Co. rscalre Iftrlni not let, without chrc, lu the OVER 68 YEARS' EXPERIENCE Wo have 4G0 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 new ono and one-ha- lf Known to Exist One Shown In Chicago. Xi.v York, Januiry 27. A Unitod Bllwff tlol'Ar tla'otl 177C and val u jtl at o.OOO.AVhlch ,was exh'.bitd ot Ch otgo at lihij con win 1I011 ol'jlw Anierl-aa.1- 1 'NuniUniiiilC ft'iijcJatlon, bnoaiht to filw ImnutlAtii nl'fiJC'Cilcn pf both a'jho gynural pubUc and calljaloiy a wh'oh lor rarJi y, utlue sJ ir iI-rwdpUi liU'jtnilcal compl pjy and sKjllpaj tlia oVobiiaj'j.d 1S04 dal'nr, or lnd rJ any otib ir ow n 'n t,l.u UiujtovJ Stj'j-jfciJ3. K..n In hjiii. rrj.iyjsti ,'Jaan Whi It Is mono IrJ ci Iwly rare a 11 J valmblj pllwir lTiA"ii dol'ar or "mark" ut 17S3, iinoaJDJ-'- J by I tub nt Jloniw, itilw "Flnacid.r tf ttw star frame Sitt only filva ana known In braas. Ono of illwv, alao at itho Mills aalo, brougiliit $27, whloh "would iba lansoly advana'd If sold fodny. H'Im mnio varfij'y In whiito mjtal brought $18 at tlw Mills tnl fllhiro murt have rtij-i- i a canaldir-ab- lj issiij of coins of iihls dkjjgn In jvliltu nifj'nl, Judging by 1J10 mintbor of di is cjhat vji5 maiJo, aa eildjniq.d n, O1113 by tlia kii'jwn ,) pinvnii. ,wlh tho urror In tilw m sling of "curnincy," a comma und ir tlw .kiir It was utruck In liiusa from n icut rtVji. But Hwo such siusi-nwrar3 known, and (".he lat lucccd of sai'w of oni3 ,Mu FannimVu Ealj df 18!)0 JIi Id iln this city, as ?2C. Hvr'n the oonimonest cf 1M113 mhMw twM aijc4.nteiifl arm liold nit n i"!" milium cf S3Voral dollars. bkV- - -- Vei f--, t Honored by Women When a woman speaks of her silent secret sutTerinrf she trusts you. Millions have bestowed this mark of confidence on Dr. R. V, Pierce, of Buffalo, N. Y. Every whero there nro women who bear witness to tho wonderworking, curing-powe- r of Dr. ".' hj Iiipi))) m if! which saves the suffering sex from fain, and successfully grapples with woman's weak ncsscs and stubborn ills. Pierce's Favorite Prescription mmW H as Dr. IT MAKES WEAK WOKEN STRONG IT HAKES SICK WOMEN WELL. No woman's appeal was ever misdirected or her cosW fidence misplaced when she wrote for advice, to the World's Dispensary Mbdical Association, Dr, It. V. Pierce, President, Buffalo, N. Y. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets Induce tnld natural bowel movement once a day. Debiqnb building with flvo rooms and large rccptloon ball, built out of tho best solcctdU material. Situated on Clay and Fred r lea streets, Hartford, Ky. Lot C0x205 lVt Fine well of soft water. All necessary out buildings. Terms reasonable. Good nine' room two story dwelling Centertown, Ky.,, lias good cistern, good cellar, never falling well of water, good stable and other out In 3 Scientific American. llrncli onice. 3i K A hndsime1 I1liil ruled weekly. 1 nrccU of mijr eclcntllie. Journal. Henna, 13 a esr. mnr nimiiu.,. u Quia ujau newsucniers. C0 381Bro.dr.NeWY0rK BU Washington, I). U f fMTOVN Webster's New This calu .whlali & known as Uio A3niedit"s had faiWd." For coughs, oanUiion'tl curaunsy diallar lis owiii-s- l colds or any bronolilal aftoo'ilon Its Subscribe for The Republican by H. O. Giuubeiig of OsWadli, M'ls., uniquaW. l'j'loa 50c and $1.00. Trill per year. and lviprwaiitts unqu qtiaanuibiy lihj battw free at all druggists. m Vpjry first lndtallc 1135110 to bjar Ui. UaVtcrJ Spit, Quit, Fit. aiunp of tlw UuiS 1 B Co'.oiil has tilw cjnfodi pa'iou was HIncs, Ala. In a lotter from this djl-b- r known. TIm coniliij-jiv.ia.POSITIONS GUARANTEED place, Mrs. Eula Mae Bradley eays: irj3.MlrjJ by nliti jvw Uu Iasuo "I used to spit up all I oat I was will GUARANTEE you n position lr you of t'lw filrat nigulanly k.u Jionizi d tjr.ii tired and sleepy all tho time. us real eoon. We need ninny more My at once to supply tho enormous demand ojint of" 1787 tlii FueAo or head ached, and I could hardly drag for our graduates. As soon as we (tot the required 'And iblw of tub j laftur ca'.n r.o around. Sicno talcing Cardul, this has number of students this olTurwill be withdrawn. So wrlto at onco for particulars. doubt WT3 lara ly Influoncod ,by 1J1I3 entirely quit, and now 1 feel quite fit. Sma M first dallar, for It bono Cbs itiaoipal Mrs. Bradley Buffered from inonvous f ja'uixii of Indigestion. Cardul builds up the V&7Z-MW-t Tlu oantliv m al cunroncy tlolhir Is nervous system, and strengthens the about lilio ia.aj of an ordinary Htlvjr womanly constitution. That's why BUSINESS COLLEGE dollar and con'a.ns3387 grailiM lf Eill- - Cardul helped Mrs. Bradley and why oco. w. mrtiWAirra vor. Oil fJi cbviCLu dhe i:Cnicilxil d - It will help you. Try 7 I it. riiictrAr KBTAriMHitRn ino4 LOUtSVILtiK, KY. algn is a eun tlilitlr.s on a Ban dial, wdiih U10 iword 'TuiS'Jo" to toi I.'ft. U low tlu dill ds tlw injijo "Mind FOR FLETCHER'S do Your Grown FrankUu. Ilua ojatrol d Llsn Is in- liucVbee's "Full oi Life" Notllicrn PcillKreeil StnU lmc a reutitloii of rS years ol wut'.j o'.to'jcu, euccccIiiI seed growing behind tlicra. Itpajs to oiosjd by two larg olanl the best. around 1U10 boixlvr in t'KJ ilo.rs3 Wile 3 -' Specialties- Seasonable BOOKKEEPING y, is tfao in3riiticn "Ooniilnpiwal Dii.Ira.b Dlt.nnn.nHliu I3I2ANS uuoiiicoa,ruu(iuyiujiij Earliest Red Valentine . . J3 50 Bushel 177C." On tlw iij3ne , . . Jj 2$ llushel ii a Refugee I.stra Early i Yr"iiW.Ki I iiNtj and Nw blrlnnlcis Grecti Pot) . ts 70 llusliel amr mw? V. TELEGRAPHY tji'a'.j of tltlrtwn links, jich of wblch Wa tin ell's Imp. Kidney Wax U V llusliel R. SMITH BUSINESS INTERNATIONAL l)ils New lute Wax . . f.4.75 llushel b a'w the nixij of onio of tku (liUinlj at W1L1UR fnMMMT. tawarlftl fttil.M L tnOLLEOE la,. &d T..ltT. Cumc's Kust l'rool Wax . f.) 50 liushel Its Preslrtent h years of eieerience in mercantile colonfjud. OiPd ccmi or ts a radiii-in- , in PEAS and banklnir buiines, alo 32 yean ednrntlna in,uno Txtra Hatly Alaska . . . $j.jo llushel htch iiuclojiica double o'rclj, lor utirreni. niri nter in rnun? mni ann womn itJaaTSS. spxlnirlan, now. New IJwly Gradus . . . . j jo llushel Hjr. isis.isuii h. Hursfonl's Miiket Canlcii . Ijo llushel whlph aro words "Atnijr.cau Congrij:3. .. 00 llusliel llucLbic's LlKhtnins Uxpress THE MERRIAM WEBSTER? on..-.- " Lettuce, Radish. Tomato and a full line ol W'aiP0 Seeds, Plant! ami bulbs at lowest ro Ing prices. Xo difJwi' infariniaiMon as to whoro It is a catalogue or submit a list of gccau TION, NEW CHEA S:nI lor complete covcrla every was til 3 comi'.Lvjii al eurrHiicy liaL'ar our tenuirements nntl will quote prnxx Held of tho world's thought, lluy direct from the crow er Rue Moncv. Tho only action and culture mad j ci.11 now bo obtained .But Lt Is V.'ritCHoday Mention this paper. txow unabridcod dictionary Ji u;ht to hav bjou nroduojd ' in many years. li . mlr.ighani, Uns'.and, In wh.ch city Rocirord Scrd Firrct. KiKkforJ.14 13RacMcSf.. Because defines over 400,000 w ir.3 mad y ui&uy cf tlw oalnu Words; moro than over 1.00 buildings, ono acre lot of ground. A uplendld location for family residence and hotel. Price and terms reasonable. Apply to BARNETT & FOSTER, Agents, Hartford, Ky. This is an nga of gneat discoveries. Progress ritka on tho air. Soon we may jj Uncle Sam's mall carriers flying In all dlrwailons, transporting mall, loaiilo ake a wondjrful dntsr- est lu a discovery that bjn.jfltsthi m. Iis30v-or- y That's why Dr. King's for Coughs, Colds and othorthroa and lung diseases Is tlw nwsi popu In Aniii'Ica. "It cured lar initj3 Mrs. mo of a drmlful cougih," N-i- w Mall Carriers Will Fly. GILLESPIE BROS. W. H. & J. F. GILLESPIE HAVE YOUR SUITS Cleaned Proprietors i Pressed R3VoluJ.oii." J. F. Davis, SLlckivy Comr, M., "after doctor's troatmonit and all alh-o- r B LACKSMITHING AND REPAIR WORK Repairing and Dyeing neatly done. Ladies work given special attention. Hats Cleaned and Repaired. Work called for and WE Horseshoeing a Specialty. Hartford, - delivered. month. Club rate $1.00 per CM, Hartford Pressing Y. M. C. in Jg-U- 3 A. BLDO., iffify. am) Ky. HARTFORD, KY. 2- D-1- SEEDS Children Cry CASTORI A HEFLIN & CO., Pirst Class Liveryrriati Centertown, Cur-tvno- V sSZW yA. - Kentucky. Prompt Attention and Good Service. 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Tho siHioiinienia In tho latikr &wo niMUls aro also rare and tw'jd at a lnumilum. Tlio ouo In 'brass in much raror (ilian WONBEBrUE. INBUCEMENTS to Agents, Postal brings premium catalogue bhioii la ivnWSj tiMtaL prize offers. Address and new cash The next raroat vanUjiy of Uw im ucou co. m is m w. iram. iw ymk curixincy dollar Is of slniUar ddaign ito that imom'Jancd abav3, but tho iavgnaivur iu ourtililug'iUhe dlos mado an orrur in HpolUniK "ournoncy" rwlth onie "r." A ttrmUar Hpaolnwn, Bhaw-la- g thila crura, aind tay only one tavewr " Dr. Whitehall's in itiho omial wias tormlarly .ntlhlO af Johtn Q. MiUts of Aijbjwny, IHEUMATI0 REMEDY wihaao coUraotion waa aald to 1904. Thw JUsaedv Im Fw 15 jrtan a Stc4sv4 coin at that itlma ibrohit' 500. Sinoo that ttoa (tfhto vailuaf cokrataj. palna Celebrated ior style, perfect fit, simplicity and reliability nearly 40 years. Sold in nearly every city and town In the United States and Canada, or by nrail direct. More sold than any other make. Send tor irce catalogue. MeCALIS MAGAZINE More subscribers than any othei fashion magazine million a month. Invaluable. LaU est styles, patterns, dressmaking, millinery, plain sewing, fancy needlework, lialrdrcsslng, etiquette, good stories, etc. Only 60 cents a year (worth double), including a free pattern. Subscribe today, or tend for sample copy, MeCAU. PATTERNS ili fttxtsU sjMins tOjliavd &3V tt"al wn"jtl?3 of Uid.to e;ni.taMn-t- al xlolVaiis ono naw known, and nmi ojily wvAio tin ino .various duciigins flawlilt ing tnlf ling dlffuiv iikiois, Occur In d'.ttaront silvor, hiuwa and m'hlU nwtaJ. The raiwat of ttye .by iJlr. Giun- sanies, jtilw oiw awiu borg, shows inarlwd dlffotwucit oL'U.uii. UjitLdrnija&b. thu sdiiw of InisxiJb.d dial Mid aboviO th.j mo In Miiall Wiiora "B. Q. Fool-t."E. O." aiv Buuiiosod to hawjbjtn'jlw inlitjiala of 'Ui lojngrawjr of th--3 dks. Faiom that can ha laaxuiad awivsnno' only iwo biioqIuwiw of tho abow dollar fcnowia iu bvot il3 pn owm.d by Mr. Grangierg nud amoUnar eaild to bo In tlw caUwrablon of am Lptataraif soolioty. Tina vtarlaty Is alao al Y Y in dalsii "f ullwr dyjai'.) Y "ithnJ dill Y Ibo sluwd almost dhi Y tlij lJjn onibadjtl Y Y Y y but tna.tls Y d Y tawi ilia Y to is v found tio tli Itodjiman dt-g- Vanderbilt Training School ihi tho was tiho motto YourBual-ib'tis.- " rovuvw of Ulao iratn bDrru .by IdiinVxal klaa'en caiuinijiiCal doUu and ELKTON, KY. Faculty Our patronage has of college-traine- d men. come from several Southern States. Twenty-fou- r different towns in Western Kentucky represented this year. Electric Lights, Steam Heat, Hot and Cold A limited select school for boys. H H ? Baths. Extremely healthful location. $1,000.00 recently spent on improvements. NO SALOONS IN THE TOWN OR COUNTY. Moral surroundings excellent. UNEXCELLED AS A SCHOOL FOR YOUNG BOYS. Nineteenth Year Begins September 6, 1911 Write for catalogue. Address all communications to Desk "B al RHEUMATISM - si MATHENEY & BATTS. iwiritikmlaiiliy haiMO iiteen tka aetaea froaa tka MX M witpgiata. s- s- mf, ajojsj4 ottoriaauw M ajiw) and thftt dollur would oowi briog a vary much (hdjiiVr tiguna ttaftorud for mV). m wia4Absj MAay.saaat ga isakHMaasj fja. --si BsjajeV IsleV aim struck Tlw drjalgn uliowiing rjw error Ln iaraw and ftibU caataL a l4!wfw44ww!wJOJUkl uf nt svfr f . j DON'T 15he FAIL TO VISIT I X Cervtertown Mercantile Company, CENTERTOWN, KENTUCKY. 1, i During Their Greott Deter minLtion Sede BEGINS FEB. atid CLOSES FEB. lO. TS x Yellow Jacket Stingers. Fulkerson, A. L C3 acres .. 12.00 Fulloorson, Mrs. Mary, CO acrus 5.30 ' M) Heck, Mrs. Minnie, 2 trajvn lots CIO 4.90 Head tlw His Offvr of Tho Uapub-ca- n Shafor, H. B., 2 acnes Lratted Alas, Mid ims gloca, tfio r lolu'j Ocis hugl'i Ijjniu ta'id ra.-soi.mu 5.30 on anothor vagi of dhis lsu--i Whltie, L. J., 3 acnes you made January f.iuit an till suds ou.. Sj far, tilu wily ivasuna that wjwro.n NO. 13 EAST BEAVER DAM. can set tills ixapjr, Tiw jcu . ana mo.iilfi id, aoe "p'.a cvatoas." now. Balrd, C. F., 50 acrys J23.S5 Fanin.T & Stockman and itlia 141 aoivjs and one Popular Jlontbly, one faruach, Poal, Will, thla is Uw yuxr 1912 (haw This tariff comniifsi'on found Tihat 1S.23 town lot dO"?s it took ,'o you? mil&ng simp in Ohio wa3 as .ip.n-s- h and a full siz-- 1620 crayon mmliainso-nioEmbry, Mrs., P. J., by J. E. We have ALL for ?2.03. 27tf as naUi-nwhitv e'Kidunis In n received conMonty mnkl u liliu nrav ro, but a Embry, Agt., 1 to mi lot.. S.10 cuun py wli i tlinAV wus wo iny. (Ijp'joitln uiwii 'j'li in.riiv lot signment of the famous OLIVER Land sale for Taxes. NO. 14 WEST BEAVER DA.M. But fjhat ftsn't 'M-- i tawlr. of t'lwclaci. Fuqua, C. C, 4 town lot3 ..$17.!I5 I'pTTOd Oi'.i'o but for In OhCo ihsy rais mirv luxJ LaFoUuTi nhan By virtue of fax as daw 1113, tli CHILLED PLOWS and BLOUNT STEEL S.10 M., 4 ncr.?s wjoI anay. Think of BjlH Co.. Sheiilff of Ohio County, Kntuck, 1 Hanod, Leaoh, J. A., Admr., 1 town wholu Uoili U Suu'Hs. the PLOWS. will on Monday Fib. 3, 11)12, expa-- Also, all , kinds of supplies All the Djinocirat'c 5.70 lot ca:isrv;t pvn at public sate at She Count IIou unXiext j(ur at wull b 1913 in snvj i.lw r or four a: fur Chum? door in Hartford, and Fencing Wire. Our stock of b.ftwvn Rhoads, D. S., 22 2 acres, 1 lucky yjJir foe cull iwim happen ijj (liavia GVv.-- fcr "PiMaiiiiao hut JLii' town lot is tlw hours of 10 a. an. and 2 p. in., ll.M Glum a) suv-- i out Iflw offlty 10.00 the following lands or so much tihMe-o- f Stevens, J. II., 30 acnes NO. 13 MCHENRY. .to J J a and also buns Uie svla'ihfs A Damoamfiic .a'an of Neva as may be nSctesosy to prOJuc-- j Ash by, R. C, 1 town lot ' 2.73 itJfCuV.' CKTOiS.V - the bums r qulrvjJ, viz: wiis w'icid by iai it id' eivjcu of bDjiTi Of nua to 1iij) sw 11 i.ic i i.v rUll. Hut Deno, Ed., Agl for Deno h lira nisr.'di3, fo uiJt: 'TcfJjw line to ax NO. 10 SHLCCT. .n di- flr ar.nl onn b .i i Uj'j'J.ns 1 town lot 1.73 Is very and the critical buyer 3'omlr liquor ai!u?a" 9.00 Halns, W. Balzj, G. X., 00 aorPjs ilua Jud llaniioin is ru.ly ii L, 1 town lot .... 7.13 CM Mll!jr, Jcbn A., C town !js.. 37.00 only chain,, uf D mwaiMsy ani.-- - 'nir.J. exc iit Haw, W. H-- . -- i aor. is John W. GiVjj? was wsitth will be sure to find here what they 4.20 Ilamoii,' Wiilllani, 1 ightiHei nirUJion. To Lid iw,S n jhj Ilj irlnjs on who is ifjr fowii lot.. 3.10 tu oa Sijwart, A. 11., 10 acfrjs.. . are looking for. We also sell Harness, juror boy mrti-t- l in lift) ana amy at belt h in u'f. NO. 11 HOUSE BRANCH. Thomas G- ors", 1 town !ot. . C 50 cumuta Ltl ci rEiiita.Il an jnuuii" Unltied Mine Workers of Am-r- Allen, Thomas, 23 acnes ?CC0 Stoves, Saddles, Queensware, HardSay, Jlr. Um cn?iruet :llVcn,licw Iilayui,? i At) susjj ami tho ausrle 'lis. Jca, 1 town lot 1.05 C.G3 S3 acres do you i:ivi t!i.i ulii uf jour par y Balzo, E. E., 30 Co., 4.30 William Mlr.ws Amua-ciiuw- t DoHant, John, ware and have one of the freshest aoijs Okie It wi d tor ,'kepen vjuis "o.OOO.OOO dj'Jloj-- o cu ?f Haw eoni-ittit U. Ferguson, Mrs. Maggie, ltown 1 tci.Mi lot S.10 (J agniltist S. Tr tuury idvvny Uiuin'wxicd vou blon b'H fitjijar t tiny stocks of Staple and Fancy Groceries C. 1 town lot 3.23 1.73 Wakeland, lot it? Hi, 'JifO', .loliroy its i.im Jut Uniwji Sa'diC3 iwh.j i.'i!ii,ijj 'u' Ferguson, M., u9 3.7j NO. 10 CENTER-TOWNacivs each onn bciun's a mount ani bin of lrja-gn- ? a s, uffin' ou' of your iwt.v carried in Harjtford. You invited Ashby Rlohand, 1 tawm lot sn win a to ii .jtn nuini rwi i'a:i. fjs'iy 'ir a 3 ago? Vou fay D.miociasy Faugh t, Ina, 40 acriis....: Stewart, J. II., 10 acres Chapman, W. B., 70 aorvs .. ll.M to visit us. Is iil&ht today. If it Is nsh't iu. Tli ii) wai ju-i- rin .purjn .'hv then you conSoss tliat Isi wus n.cl WiUon, Thomas, 40 acres .... o.J.Ohipnwn, G. F., 2 town lots.. 41.30 Banco. icy IujJ i.n k is ,.fc, bar night Wilson, Mit. Amanda, lu acnes l.W uomhlll, John, 1C ucrus 1.33 , in 1SC1. NO. 12 I1031NH. Tloluiicr, W. A., 1 town lu'.. 3.0J ' Of tour Tich mo.--, John and Arvln, 20 i man da mV'i know just Brown, T. 1I 7 aavjs wl ,. I.i3 nilg!:: du if hj i ao.-j- s llr u:-- d Iljck. W. N., 100 arjsw 3.S0 Hi ibut nit f--j ini3 to im out h-uf lO.oOl NO. IS EAST rORPSVILLE. Sanw 23 acres 3IaMtii1 Ku'Jis i,lint Jf we tad hxn Claik, J. M., 73 acro3 1 town lot .... S.00 j Brown, luld Kg 1 h51 llil' Wll'it. jjb fl.S3Ba!zr, W. II., 1 town lat .... 3.03 Same 123 acros aiiJ ib- pits in Eunjdcu ill uj.d Clark, Mrs, Florciuw, 10 acr s 2.40J Coppag, Mrs. Sallle, CO acnas 3. S3 Mnr-- i cu'du't illv imush "e Craig, Lon, 20 acntj CO) 1 to.ji lot 1,50 ' Hodden, E ' wjuW hi i js'gnAl rin pairdon bs- Orai'g, Luther, CO acavy 0.05 MltclK-l- l Mrs. Virginia 130 acrvtj 10.10 ciu' my wathuji, fliim aai somo Culbtit'tcon, 11. D., 2 tawa. IolS y,.j, w:j iid, jouu u., i ujirtii iui .". in a hi ir ii'igiiijs tiu txle tla iiK:jtjn.tiaij Dm bin, Frank, 13 aoivn NO. 19 WEST FORDSV1LLE. 3.S0 uun jin.d'. And ufu r nil oliniijaiiu Ediflmrds, G. T., 20 acres .. .. 1.0'J H.od, B. J., 40 aens 5 00 CU", Cook, Walter, SO acnes y ,wi 11 infomvj d n flilo W ha NON RESIDENT. soin ii Goodwlne, John B., 33 acn-js.- . 7.iri Itogers, E. P., 1 town lot .... 12.45 Coy, All 11, 2 2 acnes 4.S0 Bnatclmr, C. C. by A. M. Peckn- Jink Jn ilorjij 'jas Hw wiujIiu of Kuylv3ndoll, G. U., &0 acrv.-3.- . NO. 20 ABTNAVILLE. 1.S3 23 acres 3.S0 iwugh, l towm lot My Husband Also Uses Jn bjii in. H- wjn't K4un a (fair Stewart, J. A., 70 notyj3 3.35 ?3.S0 Johnson J. R. S.2J Vogi'l, G'jo. L., 1 town lot X al 200 aenss .. .. 9.S3 Cessna llalty Co., 51 town n Will Stn bu fit mlgCut Sbewart, Mrs. lolian, 40 acre. li.lj Wlls, J. F., 90 aoros ... 7.45 Iueuwn J. W lata 4.0J Peruna. Monnls, llumy, 40 ocais .. .. C23 Howierton, AV. T., CO norv.w .. 4.50 bi'hit lii ilidu'it glv Wall Sl-- j. u Wilaan, Mra. Mary A., 70 NO. 21 SHREVE. .. 4.30 Payn. HmiiTj', by W. 11. MlU.r, d il. Fn-- m rtlw YtdHaw Jack-SIU'WM Mrs, Bella 5.30 lis Craw, J. N., 50 aoivu .. Harder, J. W., 40 aioes .. acnes 14.00 .. COO 30 acixn Jlay Sam Fa'ls, .. C. 13.00 Renfrow, W. L., 100 iusv. 4.19 Wright, Mrs. h. J., 14 ncivs.. l.'.JO Lotlum, J. D., 1C0 ocne3 . ncls, rhoso 11.00 Stratton, II. J., 140 aciiijs . . . .' 15.30 Payjw, J. F., IS acivs 1.40 Loyd, Bird, S3 acivn NO. 22 OLA.TO.V. picture Memphis Lady Writes. M.ador, Ciliarles, CO aonjs .T.. 7.13 Simpson lwlrs, 52 aciiu .. .. 2.15 Stowyrs, John, by T. .11. Moiloilt Hurt, John, SO ooivis $7.13 CO NO. 27 POINT PLEASANT. 4.30 acius Obeiiohaln, M.rs. Iluth, 70 acnes ".SO this testimoMomphls, Tenn. 3Irs. Enuna D. Hall, J. W 5 acres 3.S0 S.10 Sygal, Jaiiw3, 79 acres 10.10 Uycra, Mrs.. Dora, I tqAn lot. $3.15 Spnmr, Lillian, co awvis ... nial and who Looney, of Memphis, wiiltcs: "1 sut-forNO. 2S NAltUOWS. Taiwi t, W. C, 55 acnej .. . 9.00 resides at 3o3 Webster, Clanonce, 37 acnes .. COO llockor, Jack. 30 acnes 9.13 misery for nearly eight years. Feni'aviss, Geo., C3 Wright A. G.,' 10 aunts ocrts .. .. 7.45 Wilson, Jack, 7S aonea K. Oondo St., 3. S3 11. GO NO. 33 RENDER. Since taking Oardui, I am muoh &tron Harnlson, Norma, 50 'Jljiton, Ind., C'uopjr, J. p., 1 uiwn i!Mt.... acivs .. 5.30 NO. 2C CERALVO. 8.10 or, and I haven't inlssod a single meal Ccui'mr, Mj. R. J., 1 tow 11 lot. $3.05 Avritos Tho S.S0 IgUiean', W. L., 3 2 M., 03 acres Lluirs, W. COLORED LIST. aonoi.. $7.00 I hardly know bow to express my Peruna Co., COLORED LIST. NO. 1 SULPHUIt SPRINGS. NO. 3 BEDA. NO. 1 EAST HARTFORD. gratude." Don't worry about your as follows : NO. 4 SULPJHJR SPRINGS. Bo hm, Edgar, 214 ucrt3 .. ,.$2S.b3 Ford, Gun. 1 towdi lot . 3.40 o IC.00 "Eight sjmptoms Cardul goes deeper down. Bratcher, V. B., 45 acr $4.20 Griffin, V SO acis .... 7.43 Crowie, Fnod, 1 acivj of Peruna 5.30 Hatohor, J. Tliomaiifjl town lot . 4.50 What jou need is strength. Strongtb Dooley, E. U., 1 2 aciV3 . Sullenger, Ptyton, 1 acne .. .. 3.S0 HIiws, Daniel. 1 itown 4.20 completely WUlle, S acres . COO Jones, J. W., 10 ' aoivs lat 4.r.o will onablo you to throw off fomalo NO. 8 NORTH IlOQIUORa'. cured mo of Iiiitts StiNio. 1 town lot . 4.15 Stone, Mrs. Molly ,0 aotvs . 1.73 Parks, Mrs, L. T., 10 acrots.. 1.73 troubles and will provout Uio headach NapKir, John, 3 acnos systemic ca$5.30 Johnson, Mrs. NO. town, Ainiiie, U NO. U CROMWELL. backache, dizziness and other symptor tarrh of sevitowm Bldwatrir, $2.10 Tunsdll, Natliaiulul, 1 lo'a , , lrs. Mlnnl.3, 1.S5 that you now buffer fioiu. Cardul Baize, J. L., CO nores eral years 12.S3 'lot CC5 Parks, Nolghbo.13, Bn, 72 aoRb .. .. 10.15 Chas. H., 1 town lot.." 7.40 9 holla you get it standing, and COO Davis, Mrs. J. A., 103 acrus NO. BEAVER DAM. Pihipps, Givwn, 1 town .lot .... COO NO. 23 BUFORD. if my hus35 aero Stra'jtoj), J. l . CC0 Dawson, L. J., 40 acnes .. .. $9.90 Benny, Wics., 2 town Jots .... $9.85 Rtinder. W. P., 1 towm lot .. 7.10 band fools Carnegie Cashes Voucher. 3.80 Taylor, Angelina, Eldson, Grant, 1 towm lot NO. 7 COOL SPRINGS. badly or either of us catcb cold we tt NO. 21 UAUTLETT'6. l town lot.. 2.40 13.00 once taks Peruna." Washington, Jan. 23. Audixw '.j Davenport, E. A., Ill aoivii.. 12.40 Ambrose, T. U CO acivs .... $7.00 Rondijr, Funk, CI acnes NO. 2 WEST HAItTOORD. .NO, d5 MaHBNRV. Arnutiong, J, E., 30 acrvs .. CO) NO. 8 NORTH HOCKPORT. Bassatt, Mrs., T. J., 1 town Id1 C.30 his ba.n ia!d for Mi iKstlniony Stomach Trouble. tilw Stjjl Trust lui!StisJ.t-lu- g Ajidoraoji, V. A., CO nones, oik Bantlotit, W. S., 50 worus .. .. 4.30 Tuytar, CaUilai T., 1 town lot.. $6.00 Bsjaaatt, AVlllIom, 1 town 6.00 Mrs. Wilson Robinson, 701 Neaslo St., l3 NO. 18 EAST FORDBVilLHE. Caminltitd). town lot ?1C53 Evarllng, Mrs. .Mary, 20 aona3.. 2.35 unuoiuns, jamn, 1 town lot. .,8.S0 Toledo, Ohio, writes: '. . lilacs, Alms. Ida, 1 town left .. 1.75 Baokon, J. D., 1 town lot Clarniagld Dibble, Mrs. Eddie, our) Wlwi oai itlio etaud Mr. town Hoholmor, Mrs. Mary E., CI "I feel llko a now person. I bars Hi- ll.,vkl t NO. 30 PItENTJS. no more heavy feelings, no more pain, auld ilu wuld not talui th. motiuy, 3.S0 acres 2.2a Collins, Jack, 1 town lot lot Mason, W, 11., 7 fwnes don't belch up gas, cam eat most any bat Uiuru du'y $3.80 Nail, IsaUell, 1 toiwn lot .. 16 aores .... 5.23 Martin Mjss. Saltle, 115 acnes.. B 8.10 Fulkereon, .. q ., thing without it hurting mo. I want tlw (ronma9U.'r'i3 siiguamuw ouolwr with Heck, Mrs. It ml e P., 1 town 9.55 Nail Boll, CC5 Shultz, H. J., 32 aoros aititaialied, Nan Smith, J. L., 147 acres .. 135 U l town lot to be working all ths time. I have was rasKiiVtsd Irani Nuw Yank NO. 1 EAST HARTFORD. Taylor, Dan, 1 town lot.. 4.55 Short, Mrs. Nancy, CO acnes .. 2.70 it lot .. B.30 1' ' gained twenty-fou- r pounds. ("- Waird, 'J. A., 117 2 acres .. 18.83 MosaViy, Mrs. Delia, 120 acres $13.50 Taylor Anna, 1 town tot .. n 'fu?nd boomed a ma'jirial Layton, Mrs. Josephine, S itawn "People that soo me now end saw TravUs, 1. II., 1C0 acreft ,. .. 7.73 . NO. 25 HEFUN. 18.C3 Absosued by County OAerk.' lots aae two months ago seem astonished, sul iwoa omitted. i ' Barmy, John, l town tot .. .. 1.40 Lftndrum, S. I., 2 town lots .. 11.00 Morris, D. M., 60 acres "I kno,w tliisj formaUtlJs Mav 7.45 Travis, Mns. Mary E., 4 aero 1 tell them Peruna did It. I will say wro&j Joivy Sauth, It11 is the only remedy for spring and N.O. 2 WEST HABTfWRD. NO. 29 RAiLPII. Oravos, J. p 80 aonea .. .. 11.90 dit&ung Maddax, Mrs. Matitlo, 123 acri'S 11." I other ailments." ofCIottr of the House, tu tvrtunulaig tlw PonUir, Haindan, 32 aoras .... 8.7J HosekyNaniEtta, 125 acrua ..$10.90 Bean, Marvin, 2 towns lots .. $19.50 Cox, Famnle, col., 30 acnes .. .3.55 Ask Your Druiiiat for a Fivjj IVjruna vouaiur to jit. tuuniigi, "ibux a ojr Roank, C. E. 1 town lot .. .. 10.10 Carpenter, Cltot, 1 town lot .. fi.00 NO. 32 ARNOLD. V. H. BLACK. AVuau,xc for 1!U2. .. 33.9U Ulu utnount of rod tupj Miust $12.00 Ross, Mrs. D. C, 179 acne be J Slnglo'.O'U, Mrs. Mary, 75 ocrep. VJ0 Cook, R. E., 80 acres Soerifif Ohio Cbiugtjy. 't nvi.l. slrs'j ..nUily iMH;n what advanfti'jj turn tO Cbe pcOSVIJ it will be '.o put tlli A Wonderful Offer. aga'ai, th n it wijii Sea j in p-G-.nt I g otflickil TiUord, J. S., bolns, by G. W. ji nuilon bill for uhe Union Soldiers. unwound and a GViirnmni5 Tinny aci uilly Urmghi tl.iy could is ait '.h sjiojI end." tomm Tllford, Agont, 1 foTtm un 4.53 bn.b tilw old Vjms Into voting '.u lot. Tlw vouch r in Dem itickuU NO. 0 SOUTH ROCKPORT. lvaa ived io dij an-- J u cMik iflar $2S.iO was ivjnit'.od to Mr. Gannogle by re- Brown, W. F., JO acres $l.!)0i a If amy Uv'ng morial can give ".444444444444 ! ESXESnSTTKCESnE: A ivxir roro$ra$roTOftS)$ros?ros( Shipment of Plows Received! just a large a ni lli-,- 3- Furniture and Stoves large - ? :i-.- . are .. ,0 SYSTEMIC CATARRH RELIEVED v PERUNA. v.i-- ii ', I LIKENS 1-- ai - taw, - U au sssi Hartford, Kentucky. ...... .... & ACTON, .... bot-tle- Lao-jfiol- D-1- J3-E- AST Clar-ii"is- I lot, ,. Uti't-a't- d tig Pay-nuj:- try-lit;,- '," J' ,m; JU'LjaUle4ltmmirlvitA