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The Hartford republican: February 2, 1912 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1912 hao1912020201_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: February 2, 1912 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1912 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 .Shi Fine Job Work. Jfortfotb Utpnbikan DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1 per Year No. 29 AVIATOR SAVES VOL. XXIV. TAFT STARTS SPEAKING TOUR President is Chief Guest in New York City. U HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1912. )lillanthroplc work in dils quaUtlod for tlw work. Mm. CunnCnsham has an t'd'jaljUslied aoa'nl poaltion, la unlvoreaViy pojnilw whuruvwr thu Is known, cuiul H trnv- - i nbnxikl liaa ilj id.itmI mud pubUc organi&ii'ion, Jjnt't(!B (lir ttJur ALl SERENE ONCE MORE Owensboro A GROCERY . AND a knife national CHURCH COMBINED Cam- pile r Baptist By Settle Com- Dif- New York Minister Opens hur ninny aValnnioiiils. ferences paign Against High Cost of In hor hand, infUclilmg a very painful .wound. Mr. John Daffron gave the you as a panty Satunday might. All repont a nlca ftlmj. Mr. Elva Recifraw .13 tcmjo'.fiirg aatw barn tor Mir. It. L. Alflond. Sucoesi ito the Itpublicanui GIRL'S LIFE Flies to Rescue of Child On Ice Cake When People on Shore Give Up Hope of Rescue, White Ribboners Storm Senate Will Visit His Home Trip. State During Five Days Wa'jjki'ticacn, Jam. 30. of W. C. T. U. and ti haa, of Biuu workers alcwiwd tiho E inui'ji Jiuiliicfary y Comm'.t'Uij for favorable nd'.tai IiCill, w!ifcJi on i!lw K no"oii'Shi-jphwwould inxahublit eluli .n:C'iu cf ili'qucir lu'o to-da- "dry itijrinitiony." Mra. UU'an M. N. S uvjtw, NBitaia.1 cf Uw onsaini'zai'iian; Anna A. New York, Jan. 27. On rtilw eve of Gordon, ilo pn.B'.d mit, md M. his iIummLv visit Co OMo, hJs luwiio SJoii-- , aii!ss!anary and itHmporcuico Stat, Prusld'nst Taft hputae tonight worla.r, k1 itlw d I'usatilon. to filw Ohio nt tlw Tump.irai'oj .wonlw.'a fn-SauJli irn Soslety lit New York, djllvwljiB prolilUltdon S nil a iwo osp c'ally Inl w- itllw H10A dmjKKSMloiujKl tip Kih ho In itlu ib'.M. A Geargi'a dj'j has iiKwb In many inomtilii, ihirnaVjd t'.on ilimdel by Airs. T. E. VXlti irsan, against (Jw "ntalir.umn of twtonni," prnwIOunt of tilw unsar.Jza'iloei, and pjirtlcuianly nJiiod at fjho n eall nrd Many H.ims Ar,nn,r iMho Ot JUUBlti. atitiintion fin Uu G.ors'a (Mniiir- r"liiJi PuVialnljnit Of KitiKi efforts itlinit, la icxiisti.d to ancj aini.iign, said, liavo U wn .mad j to this couin'iry, lie aawi much Tili.j 'pro3iie of tlw na'jtanrrf liid ra tliat was ood. Ho saw .tlw fault or of Vai;ilujne'xn will s'snailsw n ww.k government in Clu ISa'A-s- StalXia, and of tlw "will .j rtbb3a"cQinipai'ffnin Ituo sultii.LV.id Chat lit trying to iTadUute ia.VLi of oangn.iH. Ui' in, much .mishit 1m uccojiiplualwd by lvfonniiiMj Governors for Presidents. Dut dn filio mffont to make ithe judilir;ld-ni- t El'n Jii-u- WtuUlomr-uVstcrrJ- a m ly 3d G"-- i- S3 ani-IM- ir. ln l Govi onj mudi in onldanoj as ciary responsive to m ry "whim" of robaWo or iw&fiblj candidal tt Or tho luopto. he hlw destruction. He candidaVs, whocB iinniij may 'bo iw-sjndookuftd lUint tlw uansjrmdva d to tlw lj3iik)pratlc National tit tlw tuition imut ovoni'iially ConwiiLicu ;o Iw lwld In UaiVimOPi "got together" to piwnt n movumun1. tills yvcuv Among Dlioae oncrjir.Ojd in O miaksj itilw counts "cmVaipw UlIs ooiuKsction ocv;: will and might make the Govtimor HarJuon, ot, Ohtoj accord decision In evry ow, not Govinior Wileon fit Now J,jrsiy. that would of lopular with tlw law, but accord with what a majority of thd ipjjp'u thought iho lav ihou'd bx "Thy an having a constitutional Governor Marshall fit Ind'ann. Govmnuor Dlx, of Niw York. .Governor FVsa, of Massachusettu. .Governor Bile?ln, of Codhi 'joiu- - oonuaii dcai 'In Qhlo," fold Olw Pred- djn.i, "and I urn told that one of Uw IroiUilons la ito ikjcxhj the judicial tjs.tU. Onators and nftiSiiK-oiuu go ing up and down tlw mount ry l nounc lng oountH, ivjIivJiis out Uw!r corrupt nature. "Tflw time la comlns, In any Jud3- people nwmt, ,Jwn tlio consbrvatlivi of itliis country who tm In faor of tlw Mkirmal principles of juifjioe and their adcnlu'jatnviluu to ns to make tlitm pnovnll, Bhould rise to awajt tlw-mlaguldxl suppanre of an ut- theory and vind tho agitation against tlw courts." The Kiyjaldoni's speech to Uw Ohio SoqlMty was oniy one of his many en gagenienito dure tonight. From Ohio, i e Goftvnior Ilurku, of North iDakon. Folk, of Missouri. Tlw first Gavermor ever inadj IVvi'il- d.mi 'was Jnnwa Monrcie In 1810. ThV next Governor rabved to tho ttnjsiJd n- -' cy was Martin Van liiuvn In IWiI. be rescinded. Wll'Jlani .paqtor ,waa not able to Jill his apixlntmjnt SatNew York, January Rov. urday and Sunday, but was offltnilnly The Owi3n3boro Inquirer Bays: fchii Madison Piters, pastor of the big Pil- glad to have hla fia,ther Rsv. J. Thj long dirawn out A. hwe bJjn feXUng dn tlw Thlmd Bap- grim Cang,iy.sdonal church, on Mudl-Bo- n Bsniw'-- t .with ua nsa'n. avunue, will n Xit Saitunlay open a Mr. Guy Haz.ilinlgg, of B?aieT Dam, tist ohurdi have benn amicably adjust closed a Eucaassfail Bchool Bit 4 he Wal ed b.itwwn tihe faotloras. Tho .Injunc- grocery store as a pant of ibliie chui-ch'the ton's Cneik school ihouaj Friday. tion suit (that iwas brouglit an last work among it'he peer. It ilis b3glnia'.wg of a catupalgn ogaiiist tlw Wiolnijadoy af.S;raioc,n by the Little Mili3 Norma Rosa is Ailrfitlng high coat of living. Other jojvj3 are hjr granidma'hor, Mra. Altha J. Carforces against fohj CamoVl foro-proves ter, of near Mai'jaazas, at ithla writla to il3 dUmilsfiud on tlw lira', day tit to i3 ojjjjtt.d laUr df 1Mb suooea-iful- . ing. llw appncactCng IVibraiany town. Iyss ithan a keek ago Dr. PcT-tJudge Gordon of MacUacnvillw, whb Mr. Joha CaTitir, of Simmons, was wa3 o iKor the injwuoaon pnoooea-Ih- g broached Ma pan a', a mooting of cmj the ueJlt of W. P. Maddox Thursday. Mrs. M. D. Asihiby who haa ibeun on ait tlw countliDuae dn OwnniaborD of hb church ongainlaal'tons. "I iwiauld miais .noaitted lilse," he epild, "to titamt a 6ton3 where the lalck llsit for same .time, is, on Thur.diy iniapnlng, we put this aftjonnoon by Judgu Biirkhwid ''Jhat people could coine and buy na tihey are glad to say, able to Ihs wagonia iweno again. would If tlw farmers' his a.wio.is .would rocit bj iwjjdud. Mr. E. A. Confer, of Matanzas, visTlw canipromls! was ibrought about Hn3d up for them in a markul ilhij-rvby tlw splemd'd and maiinjCjoani. work thaj' could escape the clii.aJIng sivjo ir ited W. P. Maddox and tamrtly, 'Monday nlglut. of Clarence Wells, a ninnitJ-- r of the and 'lw roiaolious mldd'k: man." First Baptist ehurah, mSw vnxs vS-c- d Tiliijn3 as an imsiwdcatj nesponse Sunday school at iths church failed and a fijw daya to meat a .time or itwo and agre d uvon by .bu'ih ifadlons to Ina suggeeiUon, when the later he was ready to aaaoiumai the Wi3ath:r wias so very Andaman t, but df tlw Third Baptist church Lo opening of his lint. djpoC tlw oon'.reMn?y. the MlflaJcmary Sunday schiaal ci'.d 't Tlw conijnamii3 waa flnaRAy vjffvtajeu1 Out of iiw pastor's oiwn pookKit will mls3 a silicgle miea'ilmg. Both ashaela and algajd by tin atftonnejis nvrer come tlw Initial covt of laying In a are having vary good atV.nidanci? nqw. StinVing bo li h'.&ss nt 3 o'clcck tbla stock of po0atce3 tpplea canin'jd PALO. !lc(3 of j goods, egga and a For ttb pnepent th)3 ti'om Jan. 29. iMr. W. L. White is" on tto A ineetiiig cf tlio m imbens of the v Third Baptist cliunth lin.s fa.tm culled will be open only frtm 10 to 12 noon sxk list. Blck for Wtdnesday eiianiln'g tilt 7:30 o'iclock on V.dajidaya and Sa.undayii. The ds On the Mr. Cliff Bundi-.ino'udj &3.ral list. for the transaa ilon of such (buc a aolllng B'aff will may come before dt, Thfe asirejm'jni rolunteera and two or ithrchpai'.da -Mr. Hardin Ashley and family, of by noy GUbent and H. M. slstants. la Taffy, .vijajti-j- Mr. Alonzo Ban'ietit and Caimiily from Friday unfjid Sumdoy. i Ta'jbat, bo h d aeons ,niad iwpreaant-1n- s CERALVO. ijiish faaton of vj churdi. visited Mr. J. D. Barry, of Palo, niight Jan. 31. Mrs, Moudij aiadlox, Prov- his doughti r, Mrs. Ivan Park,of rwar At tilw m i rting cm Wedinii-dai- j tlw aa'ion3 tatojn at the n peat bitUt-in- g idence, vtstted hur mctthtT sama daj-- Obar Run, last Wudnuaday might. Theiie w,aa a social given at M1. of tlw ahiuroh nd'h riiiivncie to ago. night. nwiijers In disipute ano to Ui ivtactnd-e- d. Mr. Luito AViUIams, Pdna.iton, ,waa Buck Fleners laaft rhunsday Rjy. C. C. Car in our md-t- , Sunday. Botli ttihj pagtor, A large crowd attended and repont a noM and lhe id.atscua ore to bo ry'.n-an- .li Mra. Argi.ait Shults, Shulta'awnjvita-itii- d good hlnw. bWiojs and . j d to tilvi'.r The A. S. of E. ihuVl a meriting at bijm rea ni'ly. !ihr juil.ia to which some Df fjbe mum- Mrs. Emma Fulkerson,, Roakpo(nt,vta- - thii Palo school house. A good ennwd b 33 obj. ot b u'jnenuoualy toj a'eo to fjjd th'ls her fOirnrK.r homne Sanumday attainted and etainJrcd out limuw. Lut Rev. C. 0. Bjnmetit, of Utloa, 29.--Tldlff-ineno.a ll n'-ige'-fibl.- promise. Living. WALT0NS CREEK Jan. 30. iWii mere Eor.ry our at Brink of Falls. Thompsonvillle, Conn., January 24. toia 'gnl s In cdibr iwoirds,. (to Mr. Weils, Summydale Is on a hoom.- - lit has a HarriatMi nTa3 a TVjrrl-torlwho brought Mr. John Boone amd family, Eahola, grlstimill and a strong (talk of a to fTyJor was ab:ut the comjHiamlae, this elate Is to vls&tod .vlflWleB nuain ilju3 Suraiay. Gov'itnar, and John an Jamoa K. Polk was bj wiped daia, and tliii church Lift Mrs. Filoreno iWtlttoxtia and idhllidren bacco factory being tracked tb.re for . a Governor, after him no Gover- free in Itake any ad ton It may in tihlo of Frtcotani, who haive 'b:ia Mia'Jtiims the 1912 crop. Mna. Arnmile Maden .went to Haintford nor bHsanw injal(kinl until Andrew future SJJ ptuip.r to do. htar father, Mr. John Dunnum tor bjv-er- al , Jolmiison, iwho had be a civil and mililast Friday on busju sa. we3ks, rutuniwd htcimja mujsday tary Governor, sucoa.)d::d r, Jamus Buaa:ll, cf WhdtesviUle, JJinicoln Presbyterians in Conference. Hall-Duk- e Wedding. vlal'tKd his tmothur, Mr. Geainge RusTllden and Haya, who oon'jjsU'd for 30. This Paris, K-al IIiiry and Sunday. ' everyhody go to wcrk tor. Equity. bt ., Vdnslnla eanii liotul and oddjaajd Uw Niw York SooLty of tlLat naauo, and .to Shwnry'a to aiKQk to tbtea molou-oRofonj tbfi Auro Club of Amarlca, xvjtlrlng at .tho honw of his toroauur, Hoary W. Tafit. the Bnaaldunit "droppetejHVJd v- be dnto AVcst lathe d ed in" at tlw ball of 'tho Oaughtsra Regiof Jacob, at tho Stavonity-fclrot ment Airaory, ito whloh 10,000 iovlta-tlon- s la duo bad br.un 1awd.. II for to feavie New York ClewJand. Lid on in Bowling Green. My., Jlan. 30. A BowltoB Gruun figtyt fallowed filw luaWHlng fnofor-nl- i an of samo IwiatliciUj dn Ulte alty Sundny.'wlhlch noenditud in (tfw vim of Blx mcjx and ptau (wpra in. Jointer. in 187C, Tiviru ibath confeneno? of the Pnaabyitemlan ohuroh, tho Presidency Gov,.rnnrs, llays .aoourlns tlha falgtwr convened at tlw Pnflbjti.rian church oftw-3- , Clovrjland and McKHnloy wwe in 'tinda dtiy this moruiiing nit 10 o'clock. and RoosowiH wus an cx- - The exenoisi's wen2 cjujawd twlllhidiefvo- Gowirnor wlwn he suooeoded McKln- - t'.oxal exsna'saa oomauo'jed tiy IthaRev. Irjy. Xaahvllw XVxnccrat. K. S. Sandurs, of Ullcnsbung. Dr. B. H. Shdve, of itihe Pamla church, ttJUv- Hartford College Motes. etvd a .weloamJing adiasB tobhdldJ')- Kiev. Wright, city, canduc'j-jD gates and ilslton3 and explained uh votlonnl exercla-.at obiaptd Monday purpqae of the cooCenenoe. montmng. ' Following .the emnallnwat of oew- Meaara Many amd Ida LombortJVIed- - gat.is Bindrihioorgamilza'ion of Itihe con- land; Oeotl Murjjbj-- , Smwyldalie; rt'tice. Dr. H. ti. Swouts, D. D., ot iBjnimatjt, Baraeitit end LmlUw Lou'javll'e, dollvendaniniterrasting and Hantfcrd K. It; Alloy Genitiny, senmon on "The able oaafv3Tienoe Mr, Otikvnd Park, Owair iHun, HealShy Man." Imj Hilgh Bahool are new students The ttannoon prognamnw will b3 MLaa Deai'irloo Uayaios epenit Ulo davo'ed to 'the cooaMsratloni ot plana In week end viattdng fnwnda the for lite of the OJninoh and counitry. Its workdirg hnaanohes. a ban-qu- it The follawlng puplto in the gntwlea .will ibog dven dntihe ohunchi baia are out ot school on laccoumit of lltoeaa meat by the iwomen of j&he ohuroh to ManUin Rhoadea, Amelia Pixtiw,, John the dilega-'Jaand linMiited sueats, Alien AVJilaon, Haraoy Taylor, Bribert tihe pastors of all the local a, No-rln- iw Nar-rowB; bdtrtP-frmeTo-mag- Jan. Laj-nujn'- s (Special to The RietpuMiloam.) Quiie a beautiful and qulieft mvdidilng took p'aca at Olaitoa Witdnietaday afternoon, that of Mr. iWcHljy D. Duke, young fainmer of the a iprogn-.isslvFrlodland neighborhood to Mna. Nel lie May Hall, Of OliaJtan-- fThia tmr-riagecwnmanyhelngperfaiTOicd bj and at the home of Itihe Rev. F. M. Famrta, at 6:30 o'clock, dn the pmjmioe of a few fntanda. Both ana popular young people and have many Cnlends Dt Ola-to- n, who wish thiom a tong and happy e sell, last Thunsday. Mrs. Nannie Feemsi'er via'Aed bro'iii.r, Mir. Charlw Wdmsar.it her last Sun-nyda- Frdday-le Mr. James R. Bunden went to last Saturday on ibuslneaa. Mr. Ivan Park and wdte, of dear Run (neighborhood, nilEiLed Ma Dunk Bonny and family Sa'jurday and Bun-da- y. Mms. Many Wihite .visited Mrs. Afanzq Ban'il (tit. last WeduMsduiy. Airs. Manda Bundtm called on iMirs. Sunday erenlmig. Many White Mr. E. E. Dunhla, of Sunmydalelwas In our tnidat laat Sunday. life. lat Milch Cow for Sale. Amy person denting to purchase a good milch cow would do well to In quire at The Republican OSHice. Itf An oidur has TowiiEcmd or that lstaui.ld "itlho by May- ohunohies. i inatructiod Mr. J. J. Wilson made a tlyling trip must go." And ho has Voiiod Hall to Ws uM.ot. to nadzetiown, Sunday. The police oro ordwxjd to raid Mwa Mr. Bainl SmVh will mow Into hla plaoj ovry day iww 1 win j Monday m m The Piusldcvit liaa called the SoKentucky Woman Wants Office ciety of Equity to t at Una drove HaniwroMi, Ky., Jn. 30. Kntuoky Thuiduy night to olMct tleltegiaKMa to has a caiidldatu for tho oftdce of vIqj attend the couinty in'iag nit Hantiford i of too Notikuial So Fkib. 3. prajdiknit gunL-nIs Belioot, Mr. Wdllle Lanigtond, ciety of tlw Daughters Of tiho Anrtawi RovoJuUon.tobe cIidbuii at tlw aiumal building a new dwulltaig houae. Tlw Bclwol' doaid Tliursday Miltih a f.csdoa af ttiat ltttricCdc onaomlzultfon. at Waslilngton, D. C, muxt Aprlil, In good crowd pregenit. vloiited Mr. J. T. iMllwr and milflo tlw pctou of Mna. It. II. Cuimimeiham, W. Snulth and ifannlily iThiunadlayj of this fcHy-TiMr. Lump Hudson, Slnunonia, was Gau. Qamiwl Hqpkdnls Ohan'or of (tin's oL'yjbas rtiho honor to luimuumcu In our tiijlghiboaihpod Sajtunday btn bus- Iniea. bar canxUdmy, Mr. J. T. Cox, Roslne, itliaiaod his Mrs. Ounaiiknham was unanluwusly Indorsed by (to KuatuckyQtaw Confer daughiter Mira, Brie Smith iaet iwKjak, Air. Clarvneo Cinalbb, ,who hiua Ibeen oncaWfKOnbkd dn Ootobw, 1911. Slw was ono ot tibo most ibiiUHaant 8tp(' In lUw South for quite a iwOilto te at rlfiiogonta ttat Kntncky haa&vMr bad, hound again. J .i d. mnnAiiu. vff ft.ll. Cnir Mf.iL inif 1 The pnosneots fex a eaiwmlHln our noiahbortioad ts soadi at piv(mlt IfeU ttjt. Janwatowa ExjioHltilon Air. Johinrow Kcown anade a flyiag She was twiou bloa'tod to chapUiT'laSlhii Nal'Jlaniail iCoa-yw-n, triip ovier la lluti.-- r county Suaday. The nwirtlng at the toll cK F. A. Abe HAta but beien pnjiidunt iMm Woama'a Club of tihls oMiyjEUid M. .was largely aVxmded laat BaAar-da- y niflhit. b' urrirl ejwcuttve ability olapAayed Suooeea p toe Ifrvujbttcao. lu 1bh4 nwiaBetLwat of paArlotto itud iid lhita OAK GROVE. Elopers Elude "Papa". an Padiucah, Ky., Jan. 27. lAfttien: exbiitlng chase In .wibiiah itihe fal'jlwr tlw bnlde was aoeklng to have the couple imamry at home, Mlaa Ona Qhlf of tf i Rob-ents- and Aubry IVits, of Bardwell, City, auootwdid In noacMng Uniloa Tena., when-- the oeremou was penfouii od. w to There iwene jiariiital obJeci'loni3 the marnlago and tho couple decided to olopo. Afik-- If.aving honw tlw bnldo'tj Kather learned of the unirnxxao of ithe couple and !ston'kxl uCUir Whom to 'jto his coneent and have itob 'wed I ding at 'home. However the couple thought his mission was to Interfere and drove tto&y oventemd to Wintord, where caught a train to Vmioo. Ol'ty. On their return home titty w;ire cxitieni-e- d paronital forglnefKK r Com-BriMna- A WoidtrfMl Offer. Bead the Big Offer of The Rqpub-ca- n on another (page of thto Inue you can get thte tPBr. The Fanmer ft Stockman and the Peoples Popular Monthly, oae roar each, amd a full die 16x20 cmyou aatatnge-memt ALL tor $2.03. wheradn 'bt ot Genittanen: iFlnd encloJld fl.00 for gloomy and which eond me The iRepubltan Betraying the Party. for newa i one yvaar. iwti.in ibctst re.dtrag mar your nequiretf The Federal oonstltiutdon Mr. Jeff Aldrldge,. of Palo, was here paper, I Buhenidbe nnyiacdt. Tariff that all .measures like the today and went to HanMord on busi-ae3W. P. GRAIY. shall onigtoaito in the Houaa pf Now the country is up Mainrowa, TheRev. Irl R.Hicksl9I2 Almanac. Mrs. S. L. Sand:fur, of against a Tariff m.asure ortgdntntilug was here on buatossB Thursday. Before the gruat Drouth of 1901,the wdth an illegal and unconaUtutlttnal James Hicks Almanac gave timely warning. Free-TraM3asns. V. R. Ferguson and Tariff board. A lot of Gray delivered thodr tobacco at Nar For ovr itiwo years prior to 1911, the professed Republicans ore doing the rows test week. Hicks Almanac again aaundud a morn- panty a greater harm than the Duno-crai- ta Mrs. iNannile vMadan.of Palo, vledted ing ot drouth dan.T. And so for ,were ewe able to do. The onin this community lasit weak. forty jTcam (Ms Eaejn Cnlend of all ly satisfaction is that in doing so, Mr. L. J. Perdue, Mtb. 8. ,T. iDot- the People has s'joadfastly relueed in assassinating the party, they are1 son and Mlsa Alfa Djan, spent the the offers of eipecuilatcira and conitia-ue- d digging their official groves daep and day .with Mrs. Joss Benneitit, Wednes to warn the iwibllc ot ithe com- wild j. The men who folio wed Andivw day. ing dangeiH ot atorm and wnother. As Johnson in the betrayal ot the party Mr. S. A. Lee left Monday for theyishouid have done.ithe poopla have wvno never Iward of again, and h it by nobly atood hy Praflessor i licks, tibeir where he is enLjiloyed will he with ithe men iwho endonse the the L. & N. R. R. Co. has proio9ed betrayal of the ixioi'.y mow who faithful .public isenvant, Misses Bessie Bemnidtt and Jessie grown old in tdwir secvice. Send ontMarlon (la.) R;igla'.er. Gilliam visited Mrs. Tom Smith Sat- ly one dollar to WORD AND WORKS urday night. PUBLISHING COMPANY, 33401 Fmnk Mra. Mark Renfrew called on vMrs Ha Avunue, St Loula, Missouri, and aJter- - get ibis Magazine and Almanac both A. M. Wieatherford Thmisday nooa. for one yeair. The Almanac alone, a your Mr. J. T. Lowe and wife have U- - fine book of 150 pagea, is only 35c. grdppe. i To-da- y by .mall. Let evenyhody imspBcd and and ot receive .the iw&rning ot our Nntlonal Mr. Johnle Whobney and wife, Owenshoro, ere vial ting thMr p&neonts Seer ifor ithe coming jxtor. save us coming: here ithJs w.ek Nttice! This means you Mr, Jim King has boitaht a farm All paid up members of Boda Loand oooiWmpWi-jnear OemtcrtQwa you in cal, No. 590 that want to pool chickmoving the first of the month. they Several young folks gathvjn! in at ens please report the number to want to pool by Saturday evening Feb. Mr. R. L. AMorde SoUimday make candy. Mrs. Afford was cutting 21th 1912. .MARVIN BA1RD, Sxavflary. up. (Lhe caudy and acoldecttly, stuck SUNNYDALE. Another New Subscriber. Linton, Ind., Jan. 18, 1912. Hartford Republican, Hartford. Ky. What is bolievtd to be the filrst rescue from drowning by aeroplane DC cunvdi a mile south of this viHage yaaterday aftrrnonn. Tlw circumstance surrounding the rescua are most spectacular. Dora Pease, a child, residing in a small cottage on the banks of the Connecticut river, while returning from kindergarten stopped to iwatch men haryesting ice on the river. Her chlldlfh curiosity aroused, she crept to the open spsan in the nlvur below ithe ice cutV.rs, who did not notice her. Tiwo tore cakies of ice nttirac'ed her atb mblon and Elat ing hersslf upen th-jitihe lltltilo one besan to amuse huraelf by ipnoipellilng them along tha e.moci:h burHace bf the frozem rivrir. ,OHILD CARRIED AWAY ON ICE. Suddijalyiliheiicioouitti-jnawoafloused by a loud spilaah and Uhi 3 ohiiild'S Ban.'Om-an.were hprrifikd to tw ty child seated on an ice cake floating ataipidly down the river toward itiho BcKeld falls, 150 felt away. An nltenupt to rescue (the child by means of a long rope foiled. Several cf tho amen ran along the banks of ithe irlvici lamid one of Ithem, throwing off Ms hUavy: .boots, sprang atter her. i The cold wa'er fcro'd h'on 'o aibandon the atitempt, howewr, and in a tew mlnufcia the child was .wiuhln a tew test of the fall3 which reared and eared as (he watier i:inuok ithla nodes th'jnty fu3t below. n, TheatitKintilon of the mjn was deltanted nom ithle child in her perilous position by a ibdmllng iienkina, above Ithem as Oharl is S. amateur anla'or, Emipt down Cram the Suffileld hills .to itihie rwesft land over By getiuneS tihs Ice cut the .river. ters attmacted his aftbemtian to tha child, who seemed to ithem ito he at the vary ihnink of the falls. AVIATOR SAVES LOTTLE OIRL. The child's attention ihsjd alaoh-aeattracted to tha aeroplane, whdeh was swooping down upon, her and, kneading upon thle toe rait, ehe waived her hands and son.amed to 'ihe aviHltor. As the machlme passod owr the oakea of doe dh3 child made a leap and a wild clutch, gnaeplng a far ibeloiw. the engines and was lifted i to the Beat by Jenkins. Just aa ithe child leaped the ice reached the brink of the faifts and tell to i&he surging water below, minus liba victim. The maqhlrw was 'brought to aaith on the ehore at Ithe rdvsr and the Uttto girl taken to her home. ipaalc-aMcken croas-supporifi Jan. 30. The Wraatiher ds ds scarce. de lo PAY after it.' if are ait - M mc? of vwiro'n, and itbn-- h' The right Mini nffcrtllitcr is a giml investment. The vines t ill continue fl'iinsWr.g iniJiw.ry. 1'rljr lo thai to r melons of first quality iiisti-.ii- l of yielding iinly ime or two pickings and titer, ojiniltl nvd Unwrh j duck v;n tl1t.11 a lot of unmarkct ihlc culls. ILLOSTRATIONSBY ' proMiUblg fowl to nil?'; itu f I ah Supplement tlie compost with 1000 to 1500 ELLSWOR-TB-'ODN. I as mjv-j- ,pr.7id vtiry Iv'sbly by Mi. goods, the anummla to lie jxmnds of -f 2I j COTYmCHTlK9 y lOUIS'tJoSEPH VANCjE. nnaa . Ducks wco raised wi'.'briut derived miiiily from ciritilc rulxlanccs like School Notes. J coiijjrolnit in wabrways, fj dlnig most Mood, tankage, fish or cottonseed meal. "Sure." ho contended, "i:a a ltiaBiuij-in- g TJijiy w ia only Uium ctag.s SYNOPSIS. of Tihu This is equally good for cucumbers, pump, glass I need to make It vislblo to ly on fish and watjr ins o's. .in itha First and ti Isond kins and sinusites. me undressed eye. What tho dlvvlo food gavj thvj flush n sitrorg, M lahy grad-CHAPTER I. The story opens at iJiis 'a.it imanth. Monte Carlo with Col. Terenco O'Kourke does it carry a dried pea? What flavor; h mcv It was nit1: pu.iicu'iarly Write us for l'otili pries , In his hotel. O'ltourke, a military free T:hu I'.n'jnior o'a-ilis vry tim'ihus-last- lc I nnd Iriv hooks wild tormu- - n OinfJIl who lance and something of n Rambler. Is d'they think we're hero for, if not to sought uftwr kivo by itiho fiv las and directions. in hij.r wxrk and ahowir.ark-t- tl dresFlnj: for nppearanre In the restaurant slny ono another with due ceremony? painJal lo ilia, cluis of diiit. Thbelow when the sound of a RlrlHi voice Ask them thnt. Am I to salvo tho GERMAN KAI.I WORKS, Inc. proijiu. singing nttracts his attention. Leaning duck ojiij i:s of Long Is lard mid Now out on the lmlcony ho sees a beautiful vlcomto's wounded honor by smiting Bi'tlToie C:slirsnlal tiMng CiitiK i V.niitiK Block Tba Fourth gradj pujjlls niaUng tho England wore Mvn pruJuolrrj a IJnrlt- Blrl who suddenly disappears. He rusliei him with a spltball? I grant ye, 'tis Ktw Orltanst HMincr Ceclrcl Cart Mirz hlghost av.raa-- j lu la-i- t nion'ili's (wst to the corridor to see a neatly cowned . s& mud It was numb ir oxch a form enter the elevator and pass from magnificent, but 'tis not a pistol." . Bight. lold wire John All u W'll.oii and .M.vntha Grumbling, he allowed himself to wl.1i difficulty i.hnt Sikuiu w. CHAPTER mind is bo persuaded. As he had foreseen and with nay prufilt. In fats', osm of tho Tii'.ni Gnadia Honor pupils filled with thoughts of the girl, and when prophesied, so had It come to pass. mast ur: inrcnilrr'ivt duck rU'lwns wiys '..hat lie goes to the gaming table he nllows his 'uli Jlan'dn, Ijouls G.ar Brown, remarkablo winnings to accumulate InYet ho had to grumble, partly becauso hu ".His abV.svl to vial:, '.&u c.ty inur-ku- 's differently. He notices two men watchISuibaur Wil'ilanis, Xouatt Illioals, ing him. One Is the Hon. Bertie Glynn, ho was tho O'Rourke, partly for efp a'suiiLilly and ktirij tbo ibaV-r- a while his companion Is Viscount Des fect to his binds in ordi ir to se- .Maigarot Kins, 1U mar.nl Yt.ila.jr, Iri Trebcs, a noted duelist. When O'Rourko None tho less, he consented, nnd in G1 bs hi, Amelia Funt'je.iFivniciii Sohap-m'-leaves the table the viscount tells him he represents the French government and tho highest spirits left tho car and cure anything lilw cute factory ipii'.ou. Mulkiff. that he has been directed to O'Rourke as plowed through tho lush wet gras3 Arfiifloal liicubt iui nnJ brooding, Dwn-iti- t a man who would undertake a secret Gjnitral Grow, Porlr mission. to the spot selected for tho encounter, coinhinil .WTitJi jud'e'ous fe disns, hivo Sloan's Liniment is good for pain of in the shadow of tho trees near tho bj.n insiruni tv.ul rn oh.j d "vWppmorx one red SIxMi Grad' Alanay. CHAPTER ITT.-- At his room (VRourke, Diwvy M'ard is lu ealioal again af-who had agreed to undertake the mission. eastern border of the meadow. Here, of tilu dusk Indus cy. 3l.ioh.ii.i'nyhaJ any sort It penetrates, without rubbing, awaits tho viscount. O'Rourko finds a the seconds having tossed for sides, eiixhtal dtt?k mijfjir o usccaiJ'JjiU li.s 11 moniuh's abaonco. through the muscular tissue right to the mysterious letter In his apartment. Tho TI1.3 aitijnJi.aius in nn:l viscount arrives, hands a sealed package ho took a stand nt one end of a sixty-foo- t ambi'Mcn of liaiVkng lus eiock !ci tun and gives to O'Rourke, who Is not to open It until stretch nnd, still Indecorously nixrk'His as temporary relief. permanent ll on the ocean. Ho savs the French govpries nr-- tl.j but, nnd KgluMi Gnadtjs Js gold and Mia work Kn ernment will pay O'Rourke 23.000 frnncs amused, received a loaded pistol from also f raising largj iiumbcCis of Liird'J of .b iso ali&a vs is wry tMlisfaaio-rj-for his services. A pair of dainty slip- Von Einem. Here's Proof. osico.ally itiho work in pers are seen protruding from under a arsthint- (.c. A. W. Lay of Lafayette, Ala., writes; Des Trebes confronted him, white In a KniVjod apacu of tini.. Tlw doorway curtain and the viscount charges " 1 had rheumatism for five jears. I tried O'Rourko with having a spy secreted with rage, six Blglu'Ji Gradia Js wannlng 1 clnia'u already for raa:dTS ducks is Uibout regretting doctors and several different remedies bit there. (O'Rourke made no doubt) that he had moniths fnuin F. ibruary Co July, Inclu- - and be S iwni'b, Common Fcao'ijuu. they did not help me. I obtained a bottlo lien CHAPTER Rex. S. J. Tbonipsi)ii, the Irishman not accepted tho Webleys. Tho Irish- 9lY Owen iba-v- , of Sloan's Liniment which did meso much Roes to his room he finds there the own-- r jn.jnt good that I would not do without it of the mysterious feet. It is his wife, man's open contempt maddened tho Duck ralaliig Is to iba r camni cid jd and Col. Bxrn tf a'.ty, wxsv Beatrix, from whom he had run away a man. for anything." rofl.'jaU!o souivo at Gh.ivjl Monday of lag; woak, and to farm ra as a year previous. They are reconciled, and Tho seconds retired to a perfectly Thomas L. Ricr. of Easton, Ta., opening tho letter he hart received, ho jl 6h j a udetiis. by otinful ni'jCi'Jon add.IH3VJUU3 ind writes : " I have used Sloan's Linifinds that a hw firm In Rangoon, India, safe distance, Von Einem holding tho of Mi iH3 iMary and idi lAainbc:it,Fnled-lmoffers him 100,000 pounds for an Indian watch, one of Des Trebes' seconds a to tih3 wvirk, as kiioiw'nds-- j tncr.uivj3, for rheument and find it Jewel known as the Pool of Flame and Oeo-- 1 Murphy, Sunnjt'nl, au.l matic pains." of iih-- Imdiisi ry may be exleft to him by a dying friend O'Rourke handkerchief. Tho chauffeurs threw ti!w as Mr. G.G. Jones of Raldwlns, L.I., tells his wife that it Is In (the keeping away their cigarettes and sat up, for tend U. ljn.j th aiv iiumbM: s of amid Mynjle Wlllianw, ciity, ti'tjrl of a friend named Chambrct in Algeria. writes: "I have found Sloan's Un- . d.jTOi -- Tvuuh.jns Tttulnmis class the first tlmo roused out of their pro- in uhls oouncry that nrj iment par excellence. I have used It for hroken sinews above the knee CHAPTER V. O'Rourke Is forced to D.-vRov. Jiiitior eonduated ilonal fight a duel with the viscount. The brag-Ka- rt fessional nir of bl.'jo indifference. cap caused by a fall, and to my great satisfaction 1 was able to resume d xclu:uVf ly to tiusc'ng duslns, averIs worsted In the combat nobleman "Ono," cried the German clearly. my duties In less than three weeks after the accident." Ionday acd saw a tlnioly aging fsic.ni 5,000 o SO.OOu duclts as nn o rcla-is and acts tho poltroon. Des Trebes raised his arm and levannual outpu'. An id-- i of Che pro-- I and appn oiafcud ialk. eled his pistol at O'Rourke's head. A CHAPTER V. Mr. EUiat, wpn oeniUng Ginn & Co., faint flush colored his face, but his jp i!oi.3 X.X 'ihij ibua'rt iss ay Uj bad Tua-dimorning fn 1J13 ir- eye was cold and hard behind tho from oUj faoi UiAt as Lush ns 3 iricu At five in tho morning a heavy modUsu-ilnin.-I'tis tor car of tho most advanced typo sight and tho hand that held tho of f wd aro usid ('u'.ly ly u Bunis't) duning th,j buo' xvson. Tho t x s wtyli the tieacluo. stole In sinister silence out of the weapon was as steady as if supported ni Messrs. Orvil CoV and Wa!i'nrMy a, by an imislblo res!?. ysv on iuikl gjod Inaccu is courtyard of tho Hotel d'Orlent, at tho prjfi sai .hu "Two," said Von Einem. rWr p.uuirs came sedato pace and with tho same may b n.uli ulnn onci; oho Lkuio6U O'.tiVii, O'Rourke measured tho dlstanco is JiorougWy surreptitious air skulked through tho and Sunday. ".nnai tl. town, and Anally swung eastwards with his eye and raised his arm from Tbj Clwmjjtny Class ar having Dtri do Hoi jump aminuduiu .ly tk tjli 14 upon the Itouto do la Cornlche, sud- the elbow only, holding the pistol with cjne'.Oiijju JShmgAy mjL iiW ifllk. that tl.e.u lvintiis can Iw iuiuj iiijj:o.unig lJaihm. uny iwwit. a Iocso grip. denly discarding all pretenso of docilis an excellent remedy for sprains, bniise-?- , sor throat, asthma. aas ly ob ahii d. Duck mua.rg Ib an "Three," said Von Einem. ity and swooping onward with a windy Indian Killed on Track. a.'d-jri- t itaisk; cow choli irofniji'o apprn- No rubbing ncccssar) you can apply with a brush. The handkerchief fell roar, its powerful motor purring like NVtur Rctih til- -. 111., an I ml an The Irishman fired without moving. tiger-cat- . vb U'ncwi of eomo gigantic At alt dealers.. Price, BOc. & $1.00 to siijip 011 a railxuud traek nuiid w.3 Sloan's Hook on Horses, Cattle. Sheep and Poultry sent free. Addrcss It carried four; at tho wheel a gog- Des Trebes' weapon was discharged - busuw&s ljfoiu euco its is ivaahed. by tlw fas. vxpntHj. Hy pid rugled and ennuled operator In shape- almost simultaneously, but with a Tluto!) ,Ul0 tavo bjjn BUCCofui , lvllte. kll!d Dr. EARL S. SLOAN, BOSTON, MASS. fur Jijs car A.ia as with ibis I f 1. in tho iUL'U U1II1, il UU.1UL ttCIil 11UW11U1U 111 ir.g dusks hav 3 kaiTul 'lie lniicu less and hideous garments; OB1particular. The Frenchman dropped middle-agey jplo n ci at i3 OIku; wuy wlijjti tonneau its owner, ,a HaTf IT ' VHKl'JOIl- ovamlnn,! on. mUCUl ab OIDJ C1JJ3 any U oi..ugJi French manufacturer with pouched the. wonnnn nn.l nln.nr 'from and colds. Dn'- iik sdiould Bin it inoljji'y, licitously a knuckle which 'Ww eyes, a liver, lank jaws your We whr-- n pronrirt u:y Lf Dr O'Rourke's shot had struck a tiny par- - and ina'anv his pUrat an h!is kii'.wtt-tlcl- e deand an expression of IClis's Xmv li.xo .wull oiiiu tih in' of skin. Ills seconds rushed to v.d3rj cf Uw i.vork Ixko a ts. Thu io to duty; Captain von Eineni in votion irxiwEjgrjwa 5PGSKI E25KS and so pruv t a d bnaaT. o with cries, preceded by tho sur- - ago x Jus aU flw fuaJUjl- - s for uniform; and Colonel O'ltourke. lun-'Mib'w. "it ojLpl i.. .ly geon with bandages O'Rourko grace- - rjS, At tho end of an hour's run, disa numUap of ductoimi nva ,ln ji aliont Cnii-- , of a t. ' 1' a turbed by one or two nbsurdly grave fully surrendered his artillery to Jull-- , fa ciugh Ibat folloi-a conferences between the seconds, in lard, laughed at tho vicomte again, ttiiaik B and strolled back to tho motor-car- . appropriate monotones, the mechaniof G.r.p, wniit s .1. R. Wan, V MIXED BREEDS, Juillard and Von Hlnem presently cian put on the brakes and slowed daCrt, Thx., "and I r.ia.r. d lj pounds Ono nciboii why eucoa-is JaAlng lu mJ'-gi5down the car, then deftly swung it joined him, tho former Insistently anu- liait I bad loyl" Quuk, into a narrow lane, a leafy tunnel ious to have O'Rourko descend and In a flock of nuxol ibnj id3 Is liable n phi? b Jj sa.5e, n Tral ntwl guana m'ootL all50c and through which it crawled for a min- clasp tho hand of fraternal friendship ,Df 5,1 oitf-ivj- io nauinjs Lob'ij a. ute or two ero debouching into a with tho vicomte. But ho Irishman aad ltfc,3 mtt nt m t K1 a . $1.00. m bread and sunlit meadow, walled in by "Faith, no!" ho laughed. "Mver! woodland, consplouously secluded. aro Tho Kind You JLavo Always Bought, and v.hieh has ucen llockc nwl 1'3" Girls Go to Aid of Invalid. To ono sido and at a llttlo dlstanco I'm too timorous a man to daro it. in uso for over 30 years, Jias lxirno tho siuaturo of 'scuthr Cte amciui'.. of Sure and hasn't ho hugged both his motor-ca- r n second stood at rest; its Knoxvi'Jo, T nn., Jun. 2."i. XiiicjJij 'H . and lias been made under his cr- J? seconds and the surgeon, too, ah eady? iirteaasary ut tl'o 1J'- - piodua Itci nf operator had removed tho hood and youue wnn t Unuiln &LjtJ&-ffl??- l, Sonnl siiiicrvMon since Uh iiithney. wM add t dw Ij was tinkering with tho motor in a For mo own part I'vo no mind to bo rjjgs &SU4i Allowno 0110 todccolvo you In thlH. manner. In tbx kissed. Let's hurry away before he muoli fat lo tlw P.'j mouiUi RoslJBihat Menuiiinl liospitcul today In most matter-of-fne- t , celebrates further by imprinting a osgs wiHl c.a'o and tbjy w.ll h oa bJ to a pubt-b- j d tupptii'.ar.d nch of thv All Couiift'i-fcitsImitations and "Tust-ns-ffoobody of tho machlno Monsieur le arc but nuiubc subni'jawl u ii!io icijnful des Trobes, ostentatiously una chaste salute upon tho check of our gaod for nojhing but 4w nutirk . llviicrimviils that trillo with and cmlaiior tlio liealth of . . . Besides, l'vo a train ware of tho advent of tho second chauffeur. rof lir Infants and Children Hvnei-ienccf tbi mjnioival of tt ! against livpeiiiuent. dif-- f In ito majijr of u inalfli, too, party, sat twisting rapler-polnt- s to his o catch." bkln tlmt, it lrdgilat bo ptufHd .n tbl 11 iu jrant biijids liavo dlff1.3r-jr.i- t his moustaches and cvnsentiatlng (To ho continued.) Ir3. iUssourd Ilunnilngton s. Scra'clng for focd is iliu pjrson elf Eaze on infinity. OTtourko observed prima'. pal soured cf lu ilu of Trillco I'lalnu, a paii.vinit iin tilts Terrible Train of Troubles. with malicious delight tho noso of tho dan. WMiirM", and where tba aotlvo L Cwsioria Is a harmless Hiihstituto for Castor Oil, Pareduelist, much inflamed. .Mrs. Panrdnston wa badly burned Lake Charles, La, Mrs. E. Four-nio- r, would work only tntush goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. Is Plrasuiit. Advancing from his antagonist's po51C KIrby street says; "The Itaiuo ru:ulti3, the Coshln or Ur.ibmu, somio four wudks ago at lwr contnins neither Opium, Morphine nor oilier Nareotlo sition three preternaturally serious Mihstance. Its ago is its runrautco. gentlemen of Franco in black frock montli beforo I took Cardul I could or oujii tlw Wyand'jtt-- nnd l'ljimou'jb JIuoh of rfilro skAn on r back, jijght destroys AVorms coats and straight-brimmeand allays Fcvcrlhhncss. silk hats hardly walk. I bad backache, head- Rock, would be overlook- - ,d. 'D.flVo kki arm and ailglut tibigh was doatrojioi cures Diarrhcua and "Wind todiy waded anklo deep in dripping grass to ache, pain In my logs, chills, fainting In Mi) r.a iimj of His f.ed, for df.tli r ni and flw pluses tnanfuilanitod Colic. It relieves Teething- Troubles, cures Constipation meet O'ltourko's representatives. . sp-l- ls tlw burned sick sitomacih, droisslni? ftiJ'knsa bnj ids, inn it alisia bo oansidjd. 'Mils wioto sufKclfiiiit to cov a and Flatulency. It assimilates tho Food, regulates tho Tho two parties met, saluted ono an- and no patlonco or course. Since takpan'jkin of bur hack. Stomach and lloivcls, giving healthy and natural sleep-ir ta milvw It i)lann Uuait Oh ... other with lmnicnso reserve, nnd re- ing Cardul, I have no more pain, and saanis Tho Children's Panuccu Tho Mother's Friend. iwiho Is tryiing to nnnage u flock tired to a suitable distance to con- foel good all the tltno,;' Tako Cardul The Trials of a Traveler. of ml.xad breads 'nil'Ji bdst ivalts is something which they did wordfer; "I am a tirvaMi'.njg .saKisniau," wirl's ily, with enthusiasm nnd many pic- and ot tho benefit of tlie peculiar daonii.id to fui'.luiva. ALWAYS E. 13. Youngs, K. Vt,"and liorb ingrodiowts, wbicb have boon turesque gestures. At first strangely SOME SUGGESTIONS. was ofitoii itroubl d with cangtiipaltlon amicable, tho proceedings soon struck found so efficient for womanly ills. Bears tho Signature of A Don't crowd fowls or obloks. a snag. A serious difference of opin- Other people have done tho testing hau 10 Coit squaiyj is miauls tna largo and lntllgrt3iloji itdll 1 Uisian to ua) Dr. King's Nw iJ'fo VWa, wih'oli I ion arose. O'Hotirko divined that the Vou profit by their experience. Try for tun or tiwolvrj binds. tovo found au exo njnuody." For conference had gono Into executive it. all- bra d lios nnd o'llwjr session upon tho question of weapons. all atuiracli, llvcvr or kidney troubks m jti'is. 111 Jiyty of 110am allows ..xi tcI- Ho treated himself to a secret grin, th.-aro unoquailjiL Only 25 twiuta at "Teddy" Congratulates. i.mi)o.itant moans hcxuV.h; it'is having anticipated this trouble. all drugg'lfits. ni owply to liaii tiliKj bmil'ng stock ' Illckmai'.), Jan. i0. In Tho cliolco of weapons being his, as the challenged, he had modestly se- to ilha tjligram lvoiM d fmam S. L. and growing stuad&ly cilia futuiv Decline in Suicides. . lected revolvers and had brought with Dodds ,of Silis oltij', rAi'.lvu to oh'.cks tiliait will be n brace of Webleys, burly pieces Wrlh of our ibauVj to Miis. J. Wasliilnscon, January 22. Fiwer ixo blm T.. TI13 qu'xk.ir a oliijcken growis tho In of pocket ordnance with short barrels Illv lo cominltitt.d sulolda during 11)10 tlwn 1u:m ftwo woiks ago, '.Mr. Itodd mono tundijr tlw f!o;b, bstth us u broiland cylinders chambered to bold half )istTday notlvod a CuYi r from ex- - er and roasi.T, and for ftJinalMsUio lu 1909, according in tlw lab et uta- a dozen .45 cartiidges. They were not IVvjid Ua'Jos on ilw tubj.jt lunuouinood today My uriwr 'dggs oan bj x:i.jq!i d. ait Koosi'Ve't as fallows: pretty, for they had seen service in L. Wilbur, Ohk-ljt Ijlnua itjlicuH bj usi-a- fiivajliy a,rund by Dr. Oiutsisy Dear Mr. Doddj; Tluv.ugh you, their owner's hands for a number of SbaUs-'dciof tlio years, but they were undeniably built ma oangrni'ulaj'f) Miw. lUwiis. Am all poultry houats. It puinflo3 tilii Stiatlolain for Vital U. S. Oonsus Uurau. Tlw duaitilii for business. And at sight of them gilud U lu ar that ah-- anJ tho clill- - air and alo.rbs diampnu3i3. ing oltiainis rund nunv.woa eMldrunaivi Audience Stung by Bees. lutj fipm suloldo tor 1910 wuis 10 the friends of tho vlcomto recoiled la divu anj daing wvll. Gl for Kon It his pVniy of lime and nursing soro fpcita today. por 100,000 of papulai.lon in iibj borror. 3 IIopM.wsv!H EluaU to nwlOi) hhwlL and hwlp Ky. .Jan., 23. .Many tucluy. Yours T. Itaos volt. kii'.iiiI Eventually a compromise was arllankur II. L. McPlwrson puliodifchroo Buivau'a deaUi JvtgbtroMonj nava, parsons food. Sounid food dn manlety ia all 'ubo last ulglut a.tonnkd tih rived at. Monslour Jullllard stepped A pi-oof flannul dimprnd iwlth atlngjrs out tif iUiu 1jnk of bit inaclc, .pivjiduoe goud ivjuul'i. whloli oonvpnlsus about omj bait of aaitl will back, 6aluted, and with Von Einem re- tV.ninljr!a!ii'd IjIij'jih ai't and ihjumJ on U13 counj'j-y'population and covors lxturo of Dir. Fnodonlok A. Oool, tho Gol. Willi A. Willgui' Am'.mjil ilu'jd an dg;i wins aiiw icoiiduatlvo ufur-o- d turned to his principal, his face a to Uw aff.'o'ed rlslut twiny-iti-Ato ts eujunlor iwna Stlatea and a nuntbir of Arotlc xplorw, wory ntuug. During bo good IwailUh. and Uw Hon. W, Hunuiao Qoitthall mask of disappointment. As for himWl'Jjn itixuhl id with lar&jr oltl-oIn atbor Status. Tlw tho Qxtincoialy oald vuxUuor uwturma lad au 0J13 uariy cloaoa. self, be told O'Rourke, be was deso- any iLTijjir. CHICKEN'S OUT OF CONIiiTiaV. or hhn BiA-roi'ju wos 10.5 In 1909. rrihkiiw (word of bewa Haw tor iwfu&i into Union lated, but the seconds of Monsieur des lanw back or palms uait If the lwnis or chickens domU Br. Cook hlruajlf while daacrdblng' and uu pro Trebes bad positively refused; to con- clwt slw it a ww, look for 8390 suicide du 1910. &Mm Ubarnoclo and llnad tlw a Siting-- rpiuw a .bravo cmcounitmr wltih a iolar Ibxur sent to turning a meeting of honor Moo. If ihenis or cilulcitcinis tmo dutuplsli Por onily ?2..05 you cam gut Tlw ed out by tlio bicat of tilio building was slung on Jw band ttiStih srfIh Into a massacre. Tbey proposed to t!io prompt Toll-i- f wh'.oh It utfunds. look fur 1'joo. If tlw ohlclooni-- j or bijnti Hartfomd IbyuMctuib, Wluo PUniwr & i substitute regulation French dueling Sold by all druggists. iwiulldlmg an lniiaglnary IbuuUu tilvciy diiapil by Eori mi on fulw ljpAa luo don't graw or thnlw, look for iiloo. Stocknum. Tiio IVjouiVm Olonuhily ono pistols as sanctioned by tho Code. ApinuhianiiUiiig ithis caiuao of k3 of (neopVi In itlw uudlianco. bif If tilvo oliicteuia die In rtJie 1003, look yoar each and b full siao 16x20 lonay- - and Such as that which Monsieur le CoCt-tliar- n jwimui imtKirruiiititoa. and Hdainig otfhoiT-huslonel O'Rourke might observo In Monfor lloo. la foot, 90 por cont of tilio on oiulauwoinwiLt.. Fin out fako pou- - IlaiLdclappinig.was as fiuquonitly slaps bjus liovonuvg oeaj, Dr. Oook FOR FLETCHER'S taiouiWius wblioh. affllot kbo poor, sullfjr- - pou sieur Jullllard's hand. which aippoairs hi tn applause for Uw tMa a- - at dlaotjoUy Mt U10 apataighit Bud HiwkM - O'Rourke VUnked andjnlffed at it. lug birds may bo obfuvod to tihj ptijj- - p.v. 27Ktf. uloquumce. A uuuib.ir of iVtid- - Jroui tlw , far sldo of tbo affi. , s&POOL FLAME L'waeiS. lvM -- aro Chorw Gleanings for the Scratch ing Pen. tfoa wvvrj'is tbum. fTbia laat inusit hi to, for If ntit hu miaul d g.jt rid of tjum. lhir.is can iirst b licalUiy nnd'liy well if bundiMjd im! li lie. Ohick'jna. troiib!l wi lb l!oj will There Are Melons and Melons 'but the rich, sweet, juicy ones arc those that had plenty of available HBII&ff - asi away. i tylQUIS JOSEPH VAN CEM :JIM -- cSSflKSMS -- ytR.r CnBlB FARM DUCK RAlSIXO. Duck iu.sii(g bis w'Uim CJii hit iwmiity yuia ij'.iu n bji FEED FOR .MOIiTlXO I1BNS. Moit, Miinl and b f sciaip arc rltih In proo'n and nuniral arroYiT and t!l) ttlaUy di.w r.iili Ur niol.ing ih nn ami mill is ktijit fcr 'uiyns. iVlwm ana nut nbunAini nil nt in i:n-- J fwm shou'd eupply u pjn.'xi of cbo lauons of Jayuiig h ms. as POTASH to insure normal ripening with rapid sugar formation.' K-a- u s w-j- :) in luJa aj.-jii- ipur-oha- v, a t1 Rheumatic Pains quickly relieved as-wc- ' - IV.-TT- 7W d, first-cla- ss 3 fco-d- r,.c-mj'y- dnipa-.-inien-- sr 1:, LOANS M d I Ml TfcflTl?TMMn r&j 25c, 1" t . d i - 1 ut H-- "'''"V: ' clean-scrape- high-minde- d .f.v.-a- n ,,,,.,.jul' l'lj-mtf- cu---'- !1 t.v) xVwxxvvvNvvvvvvvvvvvv -- s u U, i"ll n gli-am- appjjl ix,!i W7, d" 4 , oi.'i--otio- o-i am-ni- tu What is CASTORIA It - d h-t- 3 It It It d fa.r-in-- GENUINE CASTORIA Or-mt- E-2- 2. t K, aat y &y&&u Use For Over The Kind You Have Always Bought ai-- 30 Years, i Cmu-6U- ir 111 lal a.! , A y cry kn-lfo- itut-orvat- Ijc-tan- CASiTLORI A run Have you a photograph of a Wife, Daughter, Mother, Sister, Husband, Son, Father, Brother or loved one you would Crayon? 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After they have been introduced and the people have been able to see the work, this offer will bo withdrawn. Therefore, send in your order today now. Before you put down this paper fill out the coupon below, attach it to the photogrnph you want enlarged and either mail to us or bring it with 2.05. Don't put this oft one moment tomorrow or next week may bo too late. high-clas- Portraits made by one of the Largest Portrait Houses in the United States. E'ICI Address &J1 Order. to TJTse tlrxis THE REPUBLICAN, Hartford, Ky. Coupon Date THE REPUBLICAN Hartford, Kentucky. GIVES MILLION FOR DESERTED WOMEN Richard T. Crane, Foe of Colleges, Provides for Novel Visiujig Xupsij AssDcltu ion. i Tin itlLoumiul !uJara o LaJie G- h va PatJi Air lltwii-- i W0 h itlio Unuctt of tho Uikki G5i- va sutrnnusr Jiomo to luls widow. Otpjm aJ'.ulaUiil wtih It was to go 'to lrind Iionxo tamnLj, wish thu on wtluicJi exo.'PAion cf thosj ixwiloiiB oocuipted by lirls clu!ldr?n, Aiho are to Ihojve uso of .tiliu Hand of I'.fo. t Tttiu of Mrs. Cirantj's annual allowance of $15,000 is ocdjrud tobi-gil- n on Om dato of iho diutlh and to Install--nwnt- s. bo niado tn iual quartr.rly AfiOr naWng ihi's spoalfilc wl'ii Oran&'s w.LU conY-niuth dilsiKwotlon tC lu!3 juioinortiiy ns follows: "I do elvo and KUhtiCli pill ttoo r.st n.isIduo and ramailiidjr of my usTxttu to iny two eons, Charts H, and Richard T. Oranj, Jr., and diineot tdmt tlw Enclosed find 32.05 for which please send me your paper 1 3'ear, 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 subscribar? dered tlw Fair Grounds said ontbe first day of Tine Maindh temm of Cir- ThePoultry Yard. tlj Keep a lUfla gas-ta- r on hand and i)aj-meiii- i Chicago, III., Jnnunay 23. The sum $2,135,000 from itiw fonttnw of tho lata Richard T. Orante, mulfthniUtanair Ironanasb.r of Chicago, iwilU ibe devoted to charitable works. This became known today vknx bhu rfll wua fOl.nl for proH'ofo- One striking and OTigOnal fewAuro is tho msUiW" unt of a fund to provide houins in the country and nikxum .of nufnCniiie Until fur fanil It: b do- Bona, sentwd by husbands, Cnauw'is Clianloa R. and Richard T. Onano ,Jr worw ncumwd oxtputoro to tumu without bond. Mrs; Cmno, tho .wilder', (was given, thri palru'ini homo iut 2511 Michigan avcnuo for Jltfe; tho suiuiiktr home iut Lake Geneva and n yearly allowance to provisions of $15,000, in add'-itloof nuvdu fox (TOW Jugs. Yon can toll a laying ihon as far as you con. an luor. Hor comb ds nilwtaya bnlghit and iKWiMihy looklns. fVibnuany hm'ch-.ahdoks aro tvpit to be nd will net mo'it in Who fall woniih anoitiliins for .egg pxaduaUioa In d apily It tor ecaly bar dn ma am'Jonutial Ugn-nio- nt. ,v v t ' "" bnta. will dispose of property n vuIiu-.im high as $20,000,-00- 0, Chartas R. and Richard T., hm boob, will jwt parhaipa (iho major por(The proaxmiy. tion of thiir faUtti-'and third eon, Humbert P. Gran'e, aovoatU daughtnira, tho will ataitxsjbad boon uwd for previously. WILL. OUTLINES BENEFICENCE. The will gives ho mora than an outline of drone's plans for chanltiws. aruno"H attorney, Joihn P. Wilson, Jr., amiouuo d tho Iwira of tho mMllon-ailr- o luid pianinod to rainry out ICiijIr fntiiMr'fl wltii.p, although UU BtuUl'jn. ikoi'M hud wndvwiiUjd vtuvMun in his will, Tlw charities planned by 'Mr. Orano to Im oxMSufed by hia sonn am: Ono million dollar wulowuiaut for Uns!on fund for bo.ni fit uf Circuio Company wnptayies. establish Onto million, debars to hani for dopcmdynit widawa near Chicago, tosathcr tvUili maniuel Iroln- Vxg aahoate for children of too depend One bund red thousand wlntur. Tunkays moroilihanainy oKhkir poultry Ean to raiiulnj fneSh air. Tttwy bhow-aton- n will rocer. in tnenw during a and not Beam to minid dt a bit. a'jtoiu-lan.Forcirg lading bieus witih aocn!flncK toy tlu.im Ehoil bj cona'jrua-Uca nn ngrunvmit to provide $15,-00- 0 of any kind exeunt tlicej naitiuro my suivliiaj in good fcod, is a dajngtotius annuaUy for Mrs.. Orant?, wife. and coatily proo.ias in tho long run. "In unaking (his ll I liaio nmdo Soak state broad In awvoteWjinnitlk no iimrt.!cular srKftislaai for any daugCi-t-ir- s, pros out Uio milk as cominWwly as P. posalbl?, and feud tho ohi'.ckis. Also nor for my euiu Hjnbint nlruady kioop coaimj sand before thicui; 1tii-oCmne, ibuliovdrog that tluy havo bo.n xJI juovldjd for. i 13ut, it thk) chicks can not gnind UUolr Oharlas It. Orano and It. T. Crane, Jr., food. In bilng praoUcaily my tiucojaaoira Put nam-- oats in a box Umt will buslnos, 'wdll 'bo ivqutned ta nt3siit not lwak; wJt tlnani tticino.ush'.y wiih tlio-iwarm wotor, cover Uhiini msX If thuy ana oi2r dn waniL" thi,mi BtoaA one wlio-'- dpy, lihijn turn .How ito cun3 a cold 13 ti quios'jion In li xi. tnoni ijivto a box tihat doj3 whlcli nainy aw intoiWwl jusit inoiw. Kjxqi putting .warnni MtU'ff cm litem Ohaniibariailn's Cough Remedy ihoa won monujiig and nj'glit till Eproiui'.s Oiro Its gixttt ropuitaiMou and JnvnicMSjeaU) wuU tlliiitj d. Sprvad ahieiui omit Uii'jnly, by Its rr.miairka.blo curj of colds. It moiLsitan.niaru.niid tQ miiil uho upon. For sprouts am of kift' oan always bo tho. roq.uuin.tt li ng'tli. m sola by all dewsc'ste. Samio folks L.it tlu-iienoiw a tout long-Nftmur feoit for Muj binds tlian EASTviiw out Eiiirpu'js. Jan. 23. Mrs, BMo lanWn vlaafcod good IKais iwill Eoon l bringing Mr. and Mire. Janin?a Taylor, of Habit, pn!o:B y and tlw hfslh mfjcowtill l iMoently, flarint.rs bo il Mw'.r In o:s vit s JMsisa-.Bob. RiJiph and W. J. Martoo clsEijCo'ii It will pay Who u3:na tin, of OwVninbono, itirnmi:mQtiod burnetii fcunni-- r to lcM-vl ti goodiiy numb . In tids vlo".niV(y Wno-nlylwns tho yktvr around. Wim to'oli-lu- g Mr. IllU Sinlitli iwirni' to Owvandboro W n w cooiiQl), if fincubatJuini and WtiiliiiQj-d.iluid r,oUirnKl Thunyduy. il bwod nis nro net used, It tukl.H Mr. Alitaid Hvnth ta on t'Uo eilck Ikws to do thu work tt iral'iah-ln- 3 list. n and npaTjng ihn cliilcks, and Air. Dud King was tn this vlohkUy lilio Co tmvo onouigih u'Juara to ltJip Sunday tnvnlng. th,j ttljd. Essw tp ail Mr. Marshal Crowo and steticr, of ovry vnx&i mkxwa a annll MM tut tihu Adaburg iwiuro ait (tills pluo-- j Sai'mxlay grocury. Qm'i lmM f.'ho ua&a ypHs ewe niug. um wj ha'd obi to uuough 'litjns. Mao Salt: Crowo oload a verysc-ooiBaf- Journal. Bclwol nA ths iHati Pilduy. xl ts ut t n tav"-inxnB" y evjv-o:ul cuit count. Tie ebjece of kihu mas to the capUnl stock fnam $3,925 to 5.500 in order to pay off tin j floating indebtedness and lyjpalr the Fair Grounds building's Tha wear and taair of tilma hae impaired tho bullldlngs which, maqulne Im miadi'to iniprovcimnit, wbdlo the (Gloating tadebifdmt.tB of about $700 has tK?n a itroubliesonio uestion 'wittb t'ho agaocda'Man. A burger capditol should satisfy tho Ind'btolniiEpiiataotiiia'nKOee SLTjry Impiroivicmnits end put Ihe fair upon on' ojporajting ixa:e, hi:mc tho obJot in Inorvosdng tihie caprtol Ettiotokj Thi3 plant la neaJily wan'jh batpretn $S,000 and $9,0u0, .but if sold at auction It iwoui'd rt.aU2w oniy aout ono half of this amount. Tho Bala of tho Fair Grounds would be a rotroerad-in- g Sifli on (hie part of EUzabetilitown by and Hardin oountty and Bhould county all oauuiB bo noldxL The paid a dividiend, fair has giorally and tino nxaipi'nMzaiti-'oba would a paying Inrastimon. As dm matter amoun.t now a'nnds, if tb3 rdqairfo Is not raieud hatwieuni tbo iuvi3ant ltd mo and tho March tumi uf. Olircuilt Oaun: thu prop.fi'y iwill be sold. incn-.afc'o and enough of tie to mako a little cup, tHA Una cavity to. unch wEuh pixwnvod giingor aad HOUSEHOLD HELPS nut intern's well mlxd tosaShor, pmt them in a baking dish and tunica a sugar syrup, flavor with, bits of orange p:a, baste .wWh, the eyrup and bako until doji)?, but do not allow to fall CONSERVE OF GINGER. To mako this delicious bwvkC from to pieora Servo bet or cold, as with, a nloh on;am muce a fjTup of tMt cupfuls of sugar and in one of .water. Wlhan it bails Ehlm which toe Wis of preserved gingiar. r.c-pjd, wi-d- cones carefully les GINGER MOU), Tbroa ounces of pro;orvcd ginger itiwo minced quite fine, ounces of cruejh'jd maccroone, .tio emitiad rind (if a lemon two tabkcipoonfnlB of Hugar, ncmrly a gill of cold m!k, a quorttar oc a pint of rich cnjam,thTiee-quan'icirof a pint of cuei'and flltuvcrotl wriA eingiac extract, ono b.oplng trjairpcpofui aprdnikikd dwtmw.in fjae, iayirfrs. of powderod geJatin, eoak the gelatin in GINGER APPLES. SeVxt good cooking appluo as taienr- - the milk for a tuv mia'cs, then disly of a size as poaaJble. Remove the solve it ovkt the tip3 Whip thq cnoam to a Eittff (roth, add the csud, rugar. lemon rind, macaroons and) chopped gingi r Mix thoroughly thtcia again in thedrJ93olved guloitin. &Jx Cut one-faunti- h of a pound of bcdl in water for oni3 hour .dirdan, covier with some of the Byrup end boil iowiy for up, one on ono-tol- f hours. Tako drain, dip odd 3 more into the symuip, cook wcdl, roll inito tia3 sugar and t3itokjy pack in Jans, wii,th Eugnr gdngor root into email pieo:s, 3i -- "Dr. Mflei' Nervine Raited" Me From the Grave' -. '- ccca-a'jonia- lly until btlmning to Kit and pour into a anold iwevicraely rinsed in cold water. Set itbo mold on ice in a cool place and vihi:a firm t.uum ouit to eerve. Blind Dizzy Spells. Wilmington, N. C Mrs. Owa writes from this place; "I used to havo blind dizzy epolls, and w"flk cold spoils went all ov& dootora could not toll me what was wrong. After, taking oardu I am all right and lji bettor health than for 10 years." Cartful Is a remedy for women which has been used by women for nearly a lifetime- - It prevents the unnecessary pains of female troubles, such as headache, backings, etc. Try it E-2- 3. Argyle, Mich. Mrs. yVm. H. Caraon make, but it. is exactly what Mrs. In a lottor from Argyle, says; "l was of Blum, Texas, Thomas Taylor, almost wild with pain in ray head, an said in expressing her opinion of otbfr severe palne from womanly trou this remedy. blee. Alitor using Cardul, 1 obtained "Dr. Miles' Reiterative Nervine great relief. Further uso of Cardttl raked me from the rave and I have much confidence in it I can never ay enough foryourgnnd medicine. . If anyone had offered me $100.00 for the tceond bottlo of Nervine that I wed I would have t aid no indeed.'" MRS. THOMAS TAYLOR, Blum, Tex. Nervous exhaustion is a com- This is a strong statement to ralaod me from my bed of agony. Car-d- ul saved my life iwbon nothing else would help me". 'Whether rloufily sick, or simply ailing, take Oardu!, the woman'e tonic 1 re irregularities, lieve pain, regulate builds weak, nervous woman ibaek to health. druggist about Ask your sr doHais to too UmAted GbritAes m endttwmemlt for the Mary Crane Day Nun:my. TwNBty-lL- w tbouNuid dolfcra to the CA3TORIA Chllrn FIR n Ory FLETCHER'S 4 mon occurence of modern life. K. and tear on the nervous The wear Rev. Rlcheson Yery 111. Five Million of Tobacco Sold. system is greater now than at any Coaton, Jan. 23. flo an of time since the world began. For Ky., Jan. 23. Om in sleeplessness, poor appetite and that comniil'Wuw cf Oho City Oounidil, Blraiff t!ia kirgt st il.ji!t cf ii rJf tttoooco today (Jut John Qu'nu, Jr., jlw iocal nwfflw; f,r sonie Timo was "run down" feeling, nothing is so the Rev. Clarenco V. T. R'.clioaon, tho L(uiiis a'iniiunuiitod Mcnday 'w(1ikbi rjliu slaytar uf Avla Llmu 11, ,U3 fat a dying good as Cbnupany villa Tob:ioco Wan.lioUiM ondlititon, aXhough It waa cxpatv! sold E. J. O'Brin ii Co., D.OOO.OOO Dr. Mils' Nervin that lie aould sumiv; urjtil tihwtkiy eot paundij of ilaink tobacco for wqpos't. Your nerves are your life and for tho exocutlon, Alay l'j. muatly to EngfuroL The wi ftd, for R'.olimon was dni'irvjdnocd to th- luem iwhlcb approxlmatoly $100,000 wa p!d lack of vital energy makes existence misery. Dr. Miles' Nervine will bj:3 of tho ainunittto.' Is of unf.lrod typo from WoMvauBariivm The Councilors uaJd that Rdalwscm and adJaMii'jig torrtccw, and is this tone up your nervous system. look.d yery W(ol mid unaoJalxl. ilia During thy kbtitur loait of Uxf. Aafcanyrfruflala. IfthaflrstbeMtefella oho;ka wmre eunken and very Will Sell Fair Grraids. DrJcemb.-- Mr. O'lMrfn clcsdd a laovct to benefit, your money Is returned. "I am doling bettor Chan I did," it Tbj BU2ab.1th.town Mlnror mya: oontiraot to eujply tho French MlkU MEDICAL CO.. VUMrtt hkfc aild RJchoHoa in nuply to a quelon tabaocond jart with fTbti dinoctora of rJho llardta county of one of the Council. Fair awotoMon am Monday and or will tm to that coatry. E-2- IjOutB-illr- , inai-otlo- n - y.-ar-'s Govwrn-mon- K.-o'c- I WHEN YOU COME TO THE COME DOWN SALE: o vffi U. S. CARSON S6e Grocer. iggiggggg'"',,"""M"M,"",MM'l'',ggg" vvjum.jkj jb .a. akxu j. je- - e rfr Full valiie for your money every lime you buy here. When you want, what you want, come to us and you 4 will get it. For anything in the Staple and Fancy Grocery line call on us. Telephone your wants Phone 21. fr $ All goods delivered. Remember we keep constantly on band a full line of GUNS and AMMUNITION. WB PAY CASH FOR FURS. Mean Street, ni? Hertford, Kentucky, which wo owe to a oornpa'dtor as to act the partof astii3.ik in a vain ito prove tha; tiirjj- - haiTe Ib.ijn gu'.Uy of a forgery. pt Hartford Republican. accordion to law at the Potottlce Hartford, Ky., aa tnall matter ot the recond eland, Entered C. M. BARNETT, J. NEY FOSTER RAMEY EDIT0R8 E. DUKE, J. NEY FOSTER AND PROPRIETORS. PUBLISHERS Address all communications Hartford Republican. Ovnxxlsaxla.n.5. Iuu.B-li to TEZiSFIXOITES. XU.rrmx .40. 22. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY Hi I: r t th-most paint dlnciat or imar doa.induirj'js1 o kinloWBii awyiJh'Iaig those who liad nevur hut a munaincih.al farm nf govtcinimiiint, 11 the to govtum tihunuilvt.iii illieince number of appalm dve oMJQJs. Hwnoj the iwmovol of tdij uleajlcm Df tdw PresJident and Umu.isd Slm'J.B BjatHicrs srarce and lilgh priced for tlw dairytine D?mo3rats. Tihe S mai'cr people. from a di'That rvcui cf this T tions of Uw i ci'denur coraStit man to both- -r wjth any lilng but this district was one ctf thi two Re sfclM admit tihat we are inShall wd of tlw i!ab!litdio3 of lilais funni the b.-s-t class of ani publicans who vo.ied ago! nat it. We capable Of lf govorEimenlt? iWie who Ky., Jan. 30. Bn mals. On many farms tii r; ;ir,3 ca.ws undjMtand tliat die voV-- IhCs awn boost of the meat successful govurn-man- it ld son. which do nat pay a profit un tdwir sjntlmnts. It centafaidy ddd aa'.rup-ros;- Toniimie Cofor, a luhot itlhis wanld over fcini v, and tnvo feed and ktvj). Sonn wmi a.-- kic crumMing a majority cf hils conis'jlftuenil's. of Mir. and .Mrs. Qulnn Coftr, irown upon tihe nilseraMe mils east (If the oity, unt wiith a In tihu at an ac ml !ozii. laauwtry. We dyna&tikts of the did Hon. Albert Luach, Ohio, county's vdol-midjaith. Ha wcw runimoginc in Tlie only r liable of a good dia who point with such .pride that pairs njprrisentatlve in the heifibr.aire, is a burmau drawer dn rilie euaowJ-atarry animal is tlu niSis ft'aard. Tlw the asylum of thy oppruastjd of all is making a ijcs.rd for a faithful dis- of his homo, wihrn he found a bax young cow must have a dam and aouniimteB. Are & afraid oT ouroleves charge Df duty and for voting tdgtht of atirj'ohnilinia itmblKts. He ato n sire whose ancestry shows high YES, "AN AMUSING CASE." govkinn- God pi'y us. Either II bo, on all questions wihloh comie up. He dl-.in Oilrty records. The Judg may Under the head, "An Amusing iQase' Is giving special aitonrtilon to a num i numbir of itdiioni and meintt by 4fo& pwaplj is jilgihit Or (it Is mlnuties afilenward. glv a pn ml uni on what he nut:durs) .'way in this wonks issue the Hartford Herwrong. Tbwne cam "ha o ttiailf ber of bills wihlch hav.j be m iutro- a good cow or 'bull, but .ho ecak ground. If the passions of the tjo-pl- e ald again displays its violjrit temper duoiid ia th im'Jvavat of Air; aoailj Paducah, Ky., Jan. 30. The revival and Habcock Uist are ibj..'j ir judg-js- . can "be usjd as arniy lexcuseitoiwttth-hol- d and its monumeni al Jealously Ihecauae mlnrf-is- . hjd at the Meahanlotburg Mthodist Thy es'ftbidsh rucondu wiltliout n govern The Rapubilcan has dared .to supplant la pant this night to church waa a gn?at saioce;s, tlu m bethe Every offilcer biwrfj tifs. Lli.otiion to ing a totuil of fifty comvers(ons in Hwo shadow of a doubt. Tihea? are tihemsalvtis why not also tor the it in tlii eatilmation of most pjaplo scaro cards for Judging this d'usb r.ir was wioeks. The RjV. T. J. Rob.rts, earno ncaam abolish all lelrjcaions? At as an advonising medium. Ctaoj for aa. or owo iors. Hutaer ihw of no Sitae is there so much pasalon and all we desire to stafe tihat dhe ldt(tfjr aleotiC'd iby he p'jai)le, or he pecutvd Wilmoiie, Ky., nssiaidd Ihe iias'jor In animals. Bi.dirs of dairy, andimalc must now furnUh milk ijcoaisl iwith OIu- - his place thirough the 'power of monoccasions sent to us by the prvjudloe aroused as on conduating 'Ji-- j revival. thi pedigree b. ey. If through the lar&sr infHu.mc.' otflcans.Natilonail, sic Co., of Owen-.baio- , Ky., was printwhen we select our If tneanB p mmlt, to eitnrt It is , Ky., Jan. 30. Jiahn Henderson, State, Countiy and Qlty. Wo do nat ed Just as receivivKl, and was ruadby of caunstf it woutd hi enubarK-oaiDidairy anilninls Doiwaiard, claiming ito ibe from Ow- - with pure-bre- d fvltli oi'itmrnpted to pay his that a wholesome fdar tlf tine both of the editors of tihls parur aind when he to hav the pawtir of recall onsboro, wjus found guilty of grand high milk and cream raiordj. Rut if people du the heart of any Uudgj on by two members of tin auetihanlical larc-.in- y dn thie Court amd s.m- - this can not be done, n tt'njit mm b for force hofone it was pi'lnited, all of ladgvd dn the people. the bench, or any a'ii-.- r offilcw tienoad to the p ia!Aoati'nry for from mads with common cows, brod ragufcu vnirba-tlmaiMer, can be Jiarmful ito our whom s'atie (that It was pninlt-jthat Tha Louisa-HiPost isyams to liavo onij ,to five jvoirs. Ho was charged to a puro-b- n d male of hilgii dairy icounitry. The forming of an arony of Inasmuch as Mr. DanKfis doj3 a Dtiniooroitdc and a Rjipubulam with stealing a d"amond pin, a gold standing and of irpvn Tli" Civil Service officials, apiKnIniied far not directly dlsjiuto itdie JiJ'dwr, fit is for ,Pn.s!d mlt W lia Um watoh and ?24 in mou.'y. test of this value Js fche proiluaing lite, is in our opindan the lffawrainont not up to us to 'furnish nay fiuvbher iwondaing vhat that liaper Mould do Ierforniances of his diughitcns. It is al crime of the oemtur-- . It will provo proof. FmoUfort, Ky., Jan. 30. Tlw unbor a shouhr both be wominoltied. fact Uiat a bull is so too. In faai already ithe admlnilstra The Hiarald .ignorant and blindly child of Mrs. Man'a Corn si, was by and itranumits the cliturac-b.r- s Hartford juj dis some tual boosting fcillwd tishlngtcn Is nniounihdrt4 prejudiced, makes a asrrtaus charge tlon at and the mother may also dio of liis dam to his offspning if too agalmat Mis edltora of liho R'Cfpuiblucan, In ondjr 6d &ujm somui 'manufaotiurlng as a "result Mith tliousands of old mmployuM, of an accld.niUil gunjihot his dam and gnaudani taw aliown any s irv'ce and the pre- and 'th.n blandly ca'l'a uiwm ua to prove pla'ni e, but the ca'y old to bo ot admiinldiroiioai wound. The woman knocked orora high necordd as milk and butitier posterous eaiggcstJon is made that our innoceno. Befon we would diiaivo don't eecan to know It. shotgun in a boarding iisuso for road it is tafe to asmclule tilia't tihy bo njMr.U on iwailons. This gotten txeltd and nubod at onie of workera du tills couinfoy, thy gun bjlng Ui-.-e Discharge in Bankruptcy. sania qualities will appkiir in Is obnoxious to all who 'haw a sns the advertising iiaSronB of t'ha Hari'ifcird dlaohangid. Tiie womnn Is now in his offspring. Tliis ds tiruo wth in of jus'icv, and 'Is a part of the pUns Herald, red handod, a!3 At uviidkmiMy In the Dis.'iilct Court of jhe United the hospital hi with a bare chanco quantity of miik and bitttt irfait. For or of those who would onwtimMsSe tgowirn wonit afi;rtho Miuslc StaUs, for the Western District to Mie. o.tj to Uj eury lie is stountag the anenit and k.p it n niov.vl as we Kentucky, Oweneboro DhUon, matito.--r in far Co. owr such a Uwt In )urohaslng a ina!u 'for grading from thy ivopli as posa'.bJe. To our would have takim a Miaiiuce oJt dostog Banhrupjcy. Danceson Cut Glass Heels. up a hkjrd of con.nion ouws jh sliould say some pnastige, ktspjalalliy If iwe felt mind It Is Bttranstt Uoctxiliw to In tlie niaiUi.r ot Adil'.son J. Wilson, be euni that thes records luti u iniOrm-ano- e Washlnsrton, V. C, January 21. man who owes lul3 offilolal wjJl usUibllSilKd along dhait Line us a Bankrupt. that the are oWioiU. of On this 24h day of January A. 1)., Mrs. Adohoias Lonaoiii'ih, oroator life o tlie iKiapVj eviry lly in Uiu it olahus. 1li3 Ik raid a&its: "Has IJw has In punohailng a dairy hull, in nwa' yaar is l.es capable of s.invijis tihvm Uopublloan, under its pnosunit udJtor-Eiii- 1912, on cousidoiring the ixititlon of fantasies in 'Woman's fashions, than one wlio i3 to enjoy a long Clxicvl oiiways b.en counttjoow and tlw aforitsuJd bankrupt for dischang?, Just surpassed hijr H)iv'fous jvicordH an cases, it is a good iLMrag for ftwirnl term or I'd lenuni. It l& n ' nol'oir- - obliging to the Itould?" fTo (wihlch filed on the 22nd day of January, A startled Watlhlngton saci iy by ca'imly aelghboirs to Join .togathttr and purcha .. . i in (this rMay dt wiidl bj lous fcuct tliat a lai-g- j lurourtagw of we aniawr.r, yw3; and to an extiemn wj u 4'J12 it is oraeiva .uy the court apiKaring at a ball wearing cut glass a good I.io:isiVbj for alll of ithum to toua3iilat3- Judges uiro toKui tnoui are eocvry to eay, that has mat UJjin I tliat a hkainlng bj had upoiu hi mmo hojls on Jivr sillpitiy. our FKd"ral among Ihe lawyc8 who owe itiikilr all rjtumntd by tliat ixipier. Wk ii.vim itjon (Uhj 9.'i day of 31arch A. D., 1912 Along wdith this eft.iot, ithie modiini ly brvaod to tlie .bOjt, and itditcKlby excoli'nit grade h ifk.as, (whjily if to a tons corporation iirao'ios. This to iUi3 public us to who has ed'jtXiu kjord said Fed.iral Court Hall at Olnd.tnella has cro.Ud a giojwn wltdi doe3 not make itlifim dlstriut at 10 tulle ahouldeHwlngs and a divided a single fo.rtnur tuturu to i.wrohayj u "overlicatiod" i louUvllle, Ky., dn said In this mattkjr, and to u., ip bull aIoiii3 lie could jiat atfocd Qharge tliat whaituwr lKinspInaition it o'clock, in the forenoon, oi- - tts near train, which pants iaJUi every but 'iwy go on the put 4t as mild as ioias'.bli, with iholr may liavo causrd has .b'wn isiiilLd In UimWo as jiructicable, anil ihat and elvo3 a fl etlng gl'jmp.'e of thi lay out 'the full pitco of hu fctglhaJt gradi animal. In niunt VvulKiu a Itjgna sjiii3:a samwliait "wwiKd." ed'.tonlol office of the Hantford tloe theivof be published one trima In sparkling hVs. if Aii'tl-Truwe Jiad grossly vlolatii.'d fOw According to oni3 of tlie BurpKtsvd good male will tiion. imako tola iway newspaper k.uul uf tdie ! Haiitf ord Republilcan, a Herald and ast at this arvlcw fni s. jmrctwiy law, if wo had Jil a 1iiw, So far as wo one conciyrared, wo ttrlntud In eaid dlariot, and that all guests at the ball at which the glint through ciut-!id-3 mighty soheiaj by tlie uao of money, shall not oonuume any moivj and otlth.r ipeiuona in ing hotels iWi.re datroduoed, Mrs. Liangs oajes a good ni.dglibcrhoud diai'jrybull Hpace knuwii creditors to "sWn" thousands ol Uainist and quibbling with the Horaj-'- about a InUmeiit may nppjar nit ixt'.d Uliue and wonth's dancing had tho quaULla of has lioid for h.iry.if iwiyiun n iwitad uasustiocUng fullaw oltlzuns but Kf a mattur whldi concuiu our owp. bus!- -' place, and bliaw cause, if any ta.y SDund tliat are usual only at lihj tilu-- of Uiri h yeans. Woo;y a nunib.4r of niiBhlbons Jo'n Itable. Just reward for lionet toll, , iwould noss and not theirs. Shoulid wia see have, why the player of said petilitilon- in iMirchaa'jig a dairy buill not oudy Is much pnefr to submit our ciaj to a caus j to print a "Evoi-tlm'e slio .would wailk aoros in 4 futuixi , or should jwt be givui'lod, Judgu iwiio did not owio his Job uiiucU iiccdvid from bay of our advoiittoorj, WITNESS the Honortvble Walter the floor tine tlnkU of her hj its caus- th'd ooit of thi tuu'mal 1j:is to imIi , but tho coat of kvp- ly U h;3&o rwoiile. 'Xlhe Juilg'e iJiould we bbfill do o wathout coneuftjlng Evauis, Judge of aald Count, and the ed evr.ry one to turn and elaire tin won on not cmr on oltfaor yld?, but If he the wiishes of the Hartford sell thoneof, at Owun'aboro, Kentucky, der," he dwularxd. "Motit of Ibo iwo- - lns 'the animal dimlnlshMs wi'oh tlw dtotald. should for any causj, wo iwxuld a And if th?iy should W3 proper at'any in said district, on the 24th day of nv-.- iexprosscd thc-l- delight at th-- j Krr.aiti ir number ow.lng Itjn. Tho first croLis from a puivWurtd thousand tinu-- rothu it 'vsotkld ot tiludn promdsod offout, and be time to publish a commendatory lot-t- Jauuary A. D., 1912. bull witih a oonunon cow idU be a to oniulatri .the crcaitlaji at onco." A. G. RONALD Clerk. in behalf of (lie maaseti. In u popitatt our iwe ehall not eo far fouig-j- t : Mi 8. Ijougsworth horaalf Hjumal to sroad animal of hiaiftbrmid. The M. E. DUNN Dopu'y Clork- ita wcaitii tfvy axe as biliiUss as manhood and .that tlm degrUa of oour- m, REFERENDUM AND RECALL. No doubt wdKoi our iflcrvifal'Jb.ra ifoun the d Ajbilis jvmublCc they miatmua'ljd .abiliitiy of a indole aCm) iwi.ire for tSw ei-- an army of untrained soldlors, arnid wchld be with spaars and jawllms with a few woll drilljd gumnTins armed lAdtih gatling guns. Undor oursjs-tim- i of goveir.nwnt f.hciir only is the ballot. Lot ihlcim hav-.'LwAthout so much circumlocution. We s like ftho pso know it &3ms pie are incapable of ue'if government, ospocJally wlien ith o rejixit our party candidates, but lxisstbly w3 may be wrong and the otlwr tilde right. Or, if they have flu voters, ths deooa Avith tie U3 of boodle, our is that fllne reprwwMiit 1M1I3 iwhlch would forms condition have bj.m rhwaritwd so far, bcauie die people havw mat iiad a chance. Is thare any quedcin but what che i op'je would jvj ct the !av, odious so which ha3 b.wn the av.mui for much vote buying in our SSafcs df ith-had a d'jreat vote on It? While we have ev. bean a rank advocato of tilie initlairve and njfer-enduwe havu ixavtar s wi any plausiible arguniont ogoJaiL't it, and we have nuvnr sa:n ii atUjmpticd by anyomj wha dn doing & was ntat 00m-pillcounftroinijn, to discredit liis and thj (ntJlUgvnooi of th'e massus, and if o:owdi3d dn "jha angunwnlt .would not ha' to a rkistinia'kjd However, at doid3 hiot analw wihait much a ;iw tot us think about it, the qujstdcn will no: dowji. Tlu comtfiat is on and if (die Republican party and the party fall to hear (itm voice of the pasple, same other iwillL dJ-fn- se t som-.t'.mecom'-MilIoy 111 tsy bj ontdrrl' unconscious of the edio wd'e-nui- nt ond cros-- t ,wAll jibe n- - tlj-fflimtli- H In Kentucky. It is an cpjii secret nt Fiunkfort tliat n.jar the ctosw of he n o.r.y: S'aTu campaign the Dmoerat'c S!ut Ciani-lxal- yt ed "What's the dlff.irvuc-- ' 1'aUvir or AViii ai an itllitor talks alKiut tdio IVsint, Ky., .Ttm. 30. .Bdw.urd gLisj?" j aslad. "PouiuiMy I wlue of liis pap rtillliig nf.'aiUoai to f.pr-Haidy, .ho Iz'st his frjrtu toait Iwvu tiin eJats in infUlr, to 1 had u some of its KtiUug f atun.t. tdi..- the toi iai S.iVt irdjr Ibrukij loaii'.luin-uar- y pxlr of in j Is fl'jtid to any Bl:iKffa." will alnnj-found fioiu wiho wvy IS, hens a ijv ibotui in oiinrn- he is '"tdowuig ids owai linnn." Witht:on, as liio travel was su gnnit tHi Good Dairy Animals. out untwing a il.'iiiiU to tiMis.tfop for mot Ik Dairying ns a atle Hm to giu-niimw you The Ohio .is Ull lull of doj flla s. farming, or as an inihw.ry by 4t if, a moiiKint and uuncid.c would like to do husiiej In n (own In km r.mtl hi3 b.icoiiie lKijiular all over the counbut inaii ibion Thu chance LamcIfinK hus IkUi and try. Dairy producits are no longer without a iiuw.?p'.ti'or. would b3 no bJi'jiMW to bn he paekut LcU uMay hibj.1 down. clienp, and tji nuui wlio kwis cqwH are the Xirijt boat out In snany wik1. fur milk or butkr production Juus an ilon", for who oui imaging (uiyfJiing ? ork en itiie nw brlds ovr S.ilt Income y month of the Jiir, thud-- r tJi:ui a towui wltiiout a Cast alwut for ti fviw or Hutdi Is makuns sa iitaa nn' "icos'.mjj whilo thu nuinuiv from tl)j animals river plaa.is and note Uw biiAoiiis tJw lu'gh a tod if nihw ntvijn adds fertility to 'hi f;irm for growing On the vatu ovtir itdiy County Unit r larger and crops tvery 51 "J! qujsiXon in thj Sate las, S.naitie H opkiliw viKy, Ky., Jain SO. Eug-1It is one of branclieJ of farming Thursday, twylve Oeniocra,'J3 and Vwv toa .liwryman of IVmbruke, A Million Eyes for Its Readers. RepubVcui.s ivotrcd agai'niit thy nv.as-ur- day l'i.d a pJtilian in bankniifioy. that will ludp the form.r tu nuke Hardly one ihireon in n million As thene nr3 thertj- tto Dem- His ttebts nine list d at $1,410.23, and a geod Lvlng whale ias iund Is dncsvu wiiat tl molini tviWdjKiivjr Ing in fur, icy. b'.x ttfie Ids ocrat and i in at ?1,333. In 1008 tutid 19'j9 oiibkj th One of the most exaouly one third of tih? Re- Kelly & K.i!ly, of imlulcdi stnl3 of a tolvgraph,The w.r. ktn, tlwblie uVwxio th jw'tfta-t- r good dairy is good tho publicans vo;d aaaintt Dti Nock. and .1 and II. Lm Kelly, now cf Filnno. llittilj than onie third wnre pun:Mns, fnMicd and nhte uhO na- UinJ, f,d and labor havo b.com toa l.glit, tin rU!ino.ul, (Jie prlnlimg inarii W-sf- Comni:ititieeans;iiieciiu JviKxte.jit ing it iironuswl "thi liquor was tliat in iiw ov.it th, dr (lickkt saicceasful there wcukl be no waVni-a'.o- n of th.3 CounA' Unit law. The liquor pjoplo now cladm th-iRvn? diojhvd. GoV'innor iMcdrwary and praa'iically all itlie S'atu cCfia-r-s workto ed liko for the bill and ,whdc.h carry ou; thtvsj 11I1 dgns, for Uiej' ar to ba comnt oiled. Wehoyj Ui.-did not know nnyitliOng about tliy d nl said to have b -n n:adf by Cliaiwnan cf S3:e CamJlr. Vant-ant- , paign Committee, tiie oi'.hfcrsid.'. inij-jijj.t- s T?t?vtvTTTTVT?f i would pupj-biova caitslng. ShM niiinxils. Tim fthird will clink Ikit way fir.10 fully frum group givj iw, and tho four'Ji, to gnoii) and 11 iv r cnoj nlluOd to fiU6.tin-Hl.vtmi I13. Sonio txf Uie'o gtad.M for nt.lk proJuc'j'jtm tlu fitcvntllug iiiiuva'ion. tire as Wh in one of h r frivirJs fllnaHj' osik gsod m r d ainlmal;. (Jdobe eil hor ik.m ihe :islidi.--- U lh D mosr.it. (lu daush'ur of 'die fonnwr IV r shrug-Hhould.irs. Keep on Boosting. s 'Voii-Ng- h fj imr-jnb- Ji-- li-- !' li o-uld l e.in-(a-- s nt-iuji- th-r- :n.s-paper- ev-.r- nitua-tdo- n. b.-tu- e. ivvil-Iz- is ose-Bt- euf-frag- fm lulto-gthr.- g dltf-awne- Blizab-ziShWM- d 'jhrkie-ttnr-o- nt vj li-'r- y tt the CyiMwuiitT, tihe linotype, tiloj wooil pulp maoldikjand a hundn.d oswi-do- 3 003 called on by tlw It is (o Uio world what Uie Hjiry nervts nro to the Ixxly, linlivBlng ofMiint ImiiijKina iu inch remote nook and cornor. o't toJO. !., Uko thj milk-produci- J dis'urbino.) and pan mono forei-bl- y tlian ordinary tlairg tr (may ibeavrt td or corroctlvca applUd. Tlie newspaper ghva its rktadorsa million isvs ami mrs, h lliat UK--y niaj- tv-,- 5uor' hir, tt ) and iutir what Is taking place all over the plain tj Ordjr lUMll.l 11.11),. T Irwlav. theti is, OIu-cu- e can-dldai'- ie . WW (gJfflidejAg FOR CHILDREN Not of heavy, clumsy weight, but perfect fitting, proper stockings for children. They fit the foot, the ankle, the calf, the knee and above the knee. At the points of the toe, the heel and the sole, where children in their rough and woll-Jiinaw- n DkimWl-Sa'imiiii- p, ... o. a.'-cu- re Ju.cvi-f-vinl!- y dls-hono- no-uI- lo tumblegamesare sure to punch through the average stocking, at on-.yj- are cleverly reinforced and laugh at such abuse ; hhtl GO A cono-iniiud- BARNARD li r e or Hrtferd, I DHAI.EK8 TV Ky. ftftftftftftftftftftftftMl&ftftftMftftftftJi 2 8C ATTTDn i. V KLJ I 1 GREAT PROFIT-SHARIN- G A V I I B Is the Last Day of the jj I w SALE Every inducement will be offered to make the last day the biggest day of our two week's fast selling. Every day has been a hummer and if J thslr stones and maU for the (Qorj'jrtbui'iod,) &vA KvVwmi in to sjn to Cbrk E. G. Bamisj riuptir.'js bugiii tu Aoncng our r.v'i'pra Mn.ay inmufticiurflixa that foil Eiahiy-sjvo- n thorn, and ng. n rjro In ottioi ta Attorney Ojo C. 'nam vAxA Mdsijrs. R, C. Tjylor, Maion7as; nppjaraice buVj3 hava bj n fiiV-- to ds this loae tholr tml But a tigal hu driAB in Owvnijbqro lard romnawt of rijiai'Jcra trill thf.nk ThsniAS Koown, Fardisi"illw: .R-T. In Circuit Couilt B'noo Nov. lot, 1911. wi iek. V. JciIikt, olty; Black Uach, Prur.tV.s; timo too can do business on the nJd Ohio county Is Coo ikjot nnd lVftVttr Mr. Dci'mur Wlll'nnis, of Trade come Ut and S. A, Bra'xh.ir and Bud HoaglamV spara.Jy b tttvA to furnish fhait mtiny pnlno'p'c cf la'itLng Dam, itiran no'ed busta as foune Satur- city. The public, hawrJiVrj-- , wsumon Iniarfumt su'i-- in that sliprt IrinuN you. day. that tha man who Ohus falls to play Ronrcaan'atilve J. AllKiri Lljaicih, itt IVihaps liaAf of Mium are frlvo'.ou?, Splendid Mairtung 25c qua'Aty n.t 19c Bjavjr Jairgij. tho game of modern m i!xhnindi'lnjt Dam, who iha bj m in Fmink- - bat yu, the n.Jnib ir i!s too yaird ait Bamard & Co. Come foirt lacks confidence in lids gendw, eilnoo n T.hs ia tha largnct numb ir of huIijb for s:nv tlnw a'Aandlnij (ifc Dawn Sal Asounibly. nrrlv flkl for ono t irm in Che hla'ory of ho is" not willing to pay 'Mi ordinof th General ary expens a cf eeUiniy thi.im. Stu our line of Silks nit gnu'Jy ji homo Friday, o.nd I ft fMoniday the ofCIos. Tha during nwspaipyn noducd prlcys fiha Qonw manning for Frankfort- to s.it'Jo Our murit harn n, man-ufaatur- AH kltida of tol iphanM nnd BwlVjch-boar- di Rll y's Itorrhjr Shop. na.a'jnd, and iiww paite quality Printing glvo The ReFor whim njjd-.-d.- , by A. E. Pate, publican n call. U 2!Kf. If you mi as Uu Oonw Down Bale Hintord, Ky. Mr. and MniTvirgil "EeiinTlTir., anj It 'will Iw jour less. tlw 7)noud pironts of a nlno lwund bor CARSON & 00. iha.t the etonk luft ijujm Suiiiifuy riIj-H- fj Toilyisco Co rati, gowl iiuaMty 2c has bwn ohrJuAEt d Vimi(!l Citay-toper yard at Barnard & Co.'u Cprou DomU foRgot out The Chatter Box. hit good momy Cm oandling i!o imrn on ouitly Junketing triiis to Jolly up ifo? MalLUim. Ho was uij of a o ifdn C(rad by alt- ting in JnU tracks, nnd waiWns for the btta'nesM to cam-- j to his depr. ToHkxy the buyi su eit ioiwn In ho srvrnd Down Sail j. Jr. t Ma-fi- h'-- s v. tli' It ej3-slo- s li-o- Donn Sal?. One-half & &fr jT V UAIl.NAiUJ ktW. e,H!i mo, .Mnnhlnn. Vrrn iml.oiht n-& Jchlno by making a 23 curat purchase Mr. E'iVjs Foser, wtfh Oireon Co , tnar,bactk.'d busla.es at Dundaey at the Ohio County Drug Co. 27tf . Tu ad.'iy. M r. Dudiy Ford, who has lMm'Iak' --MAartiW Em t Woodward was In lng itnoatmienit In OwjiLslboro for :V' .mil Narrows on 1.r i.ii uut.uiifjLS3 W. Jlitf eral wjks, ToiurBctd tmrij FLilit'iay, ac I iintjq J"Jj wJth .his slstor, Mrs. NVjKta Pltiy. comiiani'wl by M,m. Ford hmd san TIw ibtorlc agai'.n got busy 5n Hart- coiimir. ho is Jiouihit to vti sarnie for ladiku'. nvi't co. pnlco on Cioukis wnd Sulfa "You ono Hear, "Alexander's Ilagtlmo Band," tho ldoa.1 of tny Dn lams," B dlculous but true. All "Billy," etc., on the Victor Talking CARSON & CO. as mon-dNputi;a out s'd3 Che Count sarvi with niarvvilous Mffidoncy Pd'allier's traveling saltaamam. Hous.-- , for the mill of 'die courts, iko tho thj niibll of the God's "giranidia ex- It tolls his story to thousands oC ceed jng small," and tm lo?e iwhcn noad'irs In the tlmo a talosman mould spend talking to cob Guq'pmHir. one wins at the .law game. county The Republicans of Ohio might as well nallze that (he popularity of Pncia'd int Taflt (wilth the ihold irs and would-b- e office holders) Ls not going to win ijhenievt osunty el DtJon in Ohio county. Or. of-ft.- Commonwealth Docket. 4693 4C9G 4C99 Overcoats, 49 49 Suits, Ladies' Piece Goods, Underwear, Hats, Furniture, Stoves Coat J J ? ? a?V99999999993i ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 And everything else in the common use, will produce a storm on the last day, we will certainly have it. are looking for everybody in to seethe finish. We E. P. Barnes BEAVER & Bro., & DAM, KY. Wmdmclay nigUt and l.K be ter, but he and his wife returned Tu sday artv.'nn'Don. Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Moore a 9 pound to boy. If you roll! THE QRA- cj'--i amonias, twid g: Mr. S. A. AndvSTbca, of LoulsvJllo, uKAfr-L.uuj.- ti judge wi3 In Harford y?Vnday engaged thoir in!o?, df you nne any .t inicldijn'jally of a ibjl plicmw you am bound ,to In iltsalibu3iiwrs, and I'Jiat thmr arrj faTit o'ai.3 in wvry mixing with his many fnjjnds. tihjj cluii)-'s- t. Hart-TorCanai iXo. 202 W. O. V. reji'oot, and as cheap as Evmry lnatrumiit euaraufccijd U'i'd an w .huajas'ic nid I'lng ai Fratiarnjiy hall Saturday night, and Sold by A. E. Paij Han'ford, Ky. 2Itf Jam PKcn, ton of Mr. a wono camfjrn-Jdof Dr. C. lC B nnAt Io3dJ lkls sahool Ff'Hl Pati'on, had .'Jw giicoit taa at S'.niinons, Ky., lat vrrSk, and kft Iijs night fooit amiiu'atd !aat Wn.uk 8'.urday mocang fur C!i!iOigo,whecv at die off.'oe of E'r. A. B. RHjy, Dr. Taj tor assisting Dr. R'J. y. Somj lio lias axsunioJ Jiis m ducal sKudius. I1I3 time ago ithj i!jj.3 H'ow got Mr. and Jlru. S. T. HuilUt, of Small fojt indly burnt I, nmd (ihi's causied hous, will move lione I'hiis nv-iand 'Jie ampuita'ion to 1j n Willi make tlinr Iioiiim with '".hjirsjn, You should h,ae a iLOilCH AUTD1I0 .Mr. C. O. Hunt r, ccurit cVirk. PHONE, a tu'uiihonj fpr city nnd vil-lofflc3, phone Call Tlw us. The most iwomdnrful ini'i-tto- n 12.!, h n jou havrj an item of of Cpndny in th tuVipihtjinte fl M'd. by Gjndi tliw This faor will bo npinvciaAed (owns cuZrins of smaill the pubMahcra and by yio iatrcina of paaica'iy tli ounw iscnlce furnish. 27W. UwIaiiS-ed in ouAh. it is a ilfc'Ji.' iwoadcr, Mrs. Garfyld Baruord an So.d Jlr. and by A. E. Plane, Hafltford, chlldirwn, Vkini ta and of Kri K-- . 2JtX. fnos. w.tn-- Iiht.1 ftitainhnr i ntiur At a nec-n- t to iatjig of i.he HartSho N3dJi'ng cf Mrs. Bainard's ford Athi!-- ilc riiie namij of suss fnuicu) ai.h.ui to &iv. ctiJiircSt thiit ocgandzatloin pxm bl1n.n121.jrd to th' L aali. Han ford ColIiestJ AtthWc A Boola'don. For only f2..05 jiou can gc(t The A maaMng of ifa- Boaird fclf DLLViltons Hartford Republican,, flllw Fanmar & was lui'd Mcr.diiy aftormpani and a Stockinom. The PoqplcH Maatihlij' ono oamn)'j3 gymnaMuim oui'Jflt wiai3 yiear unoli and a full aiao 16x20 crayand in a thon: tims IhB rooms on onCorgHnK'nt. Fxll out fcho cou-Ii- n of itiho asBociat'on v,Ul be Manly as r. wiilch. amxur3 in this well tqalpiK-as any ictfy gjiminaaUnn ford o ad-m'. Mar j iiertsona 4716 kniqwin hd tfv (was 4740 Wio ought to lia guilty cf middling n canitly iwilth Ohio Fox. .county ipollbios by sjuknng to oumfirol 4777 Com'tih. thj local ajtuoi'ion fin a mann:.r thai 4778 Com'tih. would haw .be n damgerous excoit 47S3 Com'th. Wd'oulou;3. lit w 4788 Clom'Kh. The thought that anjomie man Or ist 4793 Com'Mi. of men can Oh'.o county to 4796 ComVh. Mr. Taf t In njtunn for offiice is a 4797 ComVJi. vain d duslon. The wnlt- r will Jiiack ' 4798 Com'th. his Judgment on thlis ma twr in a ' 4S03 Comth. canvima'jng manner. If '4SO6 Com'th. mVieci'ol and the Riipub'icans of this couniiy vanit'4S08 Com'th. of thaaj Fjdera.1 pai'iroinag3 OHIO CIRCUIT COURT. 1st, DAY. Com"h. vs. Grovcir MomTl,li idt of. ComUi. vs. Enm-ts!- ) Jamies, at al. ConiVh. vs. Paul CcKcawn Com' h. vs. S'jmnaan. ConiVh. va Cairl (ailjaB al10W1d), Gi-j- s. Gilb'oit Wmlgiht. vis. tJossw Cascfjuar vs. Charles Condor. vs. IVoho Raniaam, vs. C. II. .White. ivs. C. ' tht r H. WlhUtp. ra. OIawli3 mnyilor. vs. C'tiudis Tuoilar. vis. L&iho Rar.Bo(m. vs. IAiha Ramaam. V3. Tift and Turmoil for four mare y. aj i 3 - ia-Pi- d MARDI gras NEW ORLEANS FEBRUARY IS to 20 I Rug-Barnn- A Lone Heart's Plaint. Mr. Harry O'Baiuiun, Aho is In IMbh W. 11. BlUMETT.) tho crosHLIrj bus HMS3 ait Jackson and BurksviHp, cnni home Tuqadiiy and Alpme I sjt in Uns gloaming, The furyllght softily faflila will stay hero un'j'l Mcmidoy, whisi hie wTJ n ituraL accomipanTed by his "M!d tavor chaingtog HhBiduiwB Along Ifoi ksJonlt mini's. son Ray, .who wjll pjnd a fiaw days wi'h ha faithrjr. A S'iortrn ouA:i!di2 iis maiglrntg THE CRiAGRAFT-LEICH ELiEC-TRI- C 27it. lieve will reward, tuah folly, but th-jrn d be no thought tha any "prunl-n-n- 't RrjiubKcan" can deMv.r Ohio county like a load of corn, In rdatrn Bor prom 'so of patronosa Nay, Nay, I"aullna and others! Judge Wedding' has made an able Counity Juddr. ard not evvn his political en. ntl'.is w .11 change any misconduct of affairs uiidx h's admlnls-traio- n, though no hiaio doubi b&m mad1. If ho nuna nigata he will doubtbss hj though Judge Taylor iwhlo .wus lenually hoiicct faij'jed of Coua'y Anohow the Judge of Vu Court ousht to 1j a lawjr, and thu writer b.levs C. M. Barni:iit would bring to thri cffiioe ibci'h buiaini.tss and pnoffjta ilonal xperijnij of en tall iiallue. Hu would doubtletrs not liuin agftJnsit Ltoe Judge Wedding liut If laiXiiX should diwlimj to mokia thu cue, whonj could the par.y find a bXJtir man than Col. Banner it? 3 vs. Lioha Rani30ra. we'll try to at along wi h hton vs. Hardin Upia.-- . as 4817 a:ni',th. vs. FJuldan, Bjaiiza candldato and march as we may to th drubbing that we be- 4820 ComVh. 1. Rod (aMas RiKjty)' 1 ara 4812 Com'th. for a ' 4814 Com'jh. Wilson. LIche Ransom. ' 4825 ComVh. V3. Bab Nelson. 4S26 Com'th. vs. Bab NVAson. 4S31 Com'th. vd. L03 Hobs. 4833 Com'th. vs. PT A. Wheat. 483C Com'th. vis. MolMo'Day. 483S Comth. vs. J. E. Smith. 4841 Comth. va Cord alia d?mni!soni 4843 Com'th. vs. .Mack Shqpeir. 4845 ComVh ,vs. John Mycns. 4852 Com'th. vs. Mike HioJfrCch. 4854 Com'th. vs. Robent Brun.?r.. 4835 Com'th. vs. ' , Co. 4S65 4858 4866 4S67 4870 4871 4872 4873 4874 4877 4878 4879 4882 4883 4884 Com'th. va. E. L. Weils. GonV-th- . vs. Chas. Duiei'Is. Com'th'. vs. Com'th. vs. Cometh, vs. Comth. s. A. E. SnuVh, Pearl TJchionor. Hardun iBalae, til oX. F.Tank AW n, ict ail. ' With a .wrd, wailing saund. 1 CO. mak-- a . t on line market limes, jcu bhou'd hav cinie it you are, Tickets, reservations, train time, dates of sale and specific fares O, GojV. hi dip me hot jo ItjhUink, or ioxp ct to ibeoDma a BubaenHncfffrom rom your station, may be had of your local Ticket Agent. A girawe ODVieavd ihlglh wiilthl isnlci, tlie rural diamlat. They aiu G. H. BOWER, G. P. A. Memphis, Tenn. Out undijr who wlinl'jny Hkfcuvitinisr1 that talk and sum ring. A. The form itihat Uijs IU.iIowj E. PflUe, Hartford, Ky., Agent. 2ik'f. Mr. D. E. Ward, of route 3, Hart- I know tils hut (he tnOnW ipaajt) (Mi Bad, That e&jpu CENTRAL RAILROAD ILLINOIS ford, came into this office Saturday The soul, the real alf, I lavd and jianirfwwd Ids subaenlpti'ian! fir Is now at home (with God. anQ'har y.oir. Ha la a loyal Bupppnt-a- r "to hia pajor and has lun a For him uamth Btonmu ana iroi-i- i constant BUibacrib ir for 24 ywains, or Liifij's .".tasks and duitte dome, rd Dig valu s iln & Co. In fact s'JKtt .the pajjr mas organfzed. Rob-- d and crawjitid he s'tinida afi. tot Souvtuilr with first 2.0Q you No dlvsis ,to eay Cihat finljnda tit thai BefOira .the grt&t WWta Thironj. buy from Barnard & Co. kind arn nipum loWtL Now, far i):oxmid Ithe n.nch pf tana FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2. .f Mr. ConnjrFurd)fOw3niabaro, an. team The Ha'iiford Basket BalU No pai'jn, no gnt.-- has he, Saturday hero wl'h Ji.totivtisj will pJay ogatnEt itou Cea-SmCityy Naught hut gloruous fiviadom Ithvanj M. H. ft E. Railroad Time Table Some inoiHi thoaa ?1U and $12 emits team at the aMoMc nxiims uvw J. CY How ihapiy he mudt be Car $5.00. Slzvs 35 down to 33. WldirVgroc iry. Tine Hanifond 'bos Th3ni liLfit this .burden frpm mny hjailt Ky. at Hartford, BARNARD & 00. , iwln, and .'y one going to olani Glne smiles in place of ticairs,. nd L. ft N. time card effective Monday our heru's hoiplng they willl. Oa Saturday I hi 13 ThJj Four hous a plants free.-ReAug. 21et frthe raiuly low wiil plaj-col- n'ght 'the Oemiina.1 City announoLiuont in another Thai tiujt if d forty yvjuns. No. 112 North Bound due 7:19 a. m. lalt.r umn. 23U agoi'mst Boivir Daftu ut the dolly except Sunday. God hiyn m j ais 1 kmvj 1 to pray Among our ai.U.irs Saturday. wki: place. No. 114 North Bound due 3:40 p. m. Far ainnst h to go alone, Moaars. Hmry M. PhlU?, W. R. Hed-rlcMiss Framaas Allen and Mr. For-Dadally except Sunday. With lovtas ttiutit aiud heart aubdul3dH C. R. BennWi and II. E. Broiwn. reut Ixoch, of Ea?t Bjavrr No 116 South Bound duo 8:45 a. m. To udy Thy wull be doni?. heJ 3 Mr. A. W. YuijlH, of Uvkiufct)oo,wlio na'gihborhcod, wi.iro marnied dally exoept Sunday. Logan, Ohio. SV.iinday moratog in the jiarlors of tfrab.--r aii various points No. 113 'South Bound due 1:46 p m. Is huj-ilnDjo cnber 10, 1911. in Ohio county, was in, town tflit of thfj Ccimm'enQliail Ho'wl, Judaa R. R. dally exoept Sunday. wniwiung oirdoiaitirg. :s 'i'ne tsfCh th3''woek. H. B. MISCHKB Agt. Notice of Dissolution. doughtier of Mr. and Mrs. AViL'iam AYhun you vnuit Job printing dam the Hantford, Ky., Jan. 15, 1912, Allun, and itlw giroam is a ww jKir- RupuhUcan don't fore.it tliut The Notice of dtosolutlcn of the Ohio ous farm'o-- , tAia eon of Mr. and Mrs. U. S. Carson wants your Fura. does clasfy work, and the prices are County Supply Company. S. T. Loch. The Rpubltaan Jciu3 27itX U. S. Cainsum has nlco Swedt Pota- - reasonable Notice to hereby given that the Ohio la ibasit ,wiKis. County Supply Company, Incorporattoea tor Balo "Good HoueekDcaiag" to ono of the The anarnlage of Mise Lucy Roak to ed, to closing up its business, and most popular magaainiea pf today Come to thu Coiiw Dawn Salo. CARSON & 00. The prloa for ono ysr to $1.50. Bend mx. ta. uiicK, wnicn .took tiajj a. will ho d'esolve by unanimous comsMna) of U thia stockholders. your oruVir to J. Ny Foatwr Maga-aln- e G,natfflvilk Ky., on Die. 23, was , Mrs. W. M. Fair' has hs?n InLtouIs- Jadt wuhli .by i'he young couAll porbons having claims against Agency, Hartford, Ky. tf rllb, tor eievtrnl das, 'tim gUMsJt of ple. Fcir thw jKuit aw.iral mcnv'ha th.j the aald Ohio County Supply Comb:ij Pnctf. S. C, Taylor, ,ho has rofaiivt. the same to Its toaohnng fohool at Echols, hastiku bride hod taught school ait 'Washing- pany, will pros-ju-t Icuk at our LadJto' Ctovke and (1 his BUhool, and gone to BowUni ton Bahool houfj, aiud Cit cfjc&il Preeddont, R. B. MaaVin, ait his office while tbw Oamo Down Fridny. Mr. and. aim, Thorn In Hartford, on or before the first Coat Suits knit Gnd.n, where he will enter the Nc CARSON & CO. Sale to on. Andaman, a3 had told her that day of March, 1912, or otee the claim mat. when eh j mannlttd tliHy wUuLl will ho fonevtcr banred. Esq. B. S. Chamberlain and Mr. P, Wo want to give you a cm) On por- glva hor a eupudr. On Friday A. Moxloy, o No Oru.4, wrio pos-- t All .persons knowing thomeolvos Intrait of any tnumbcu of the family she said OhaA k. wan abaut debted to the aaid Ohio County Supand caUns, Tuesday. to dime for tbm to free wftth onrj yar'3 bubscnlptilon b4 the aupptctr iidy ply Company will pVaeecau and setthe time and pome to our paier, the Fa run w and SVnckcnain and thajt might dit .wtats tgjlvtin as aiirjd tle the same with R. B. Martin, at the Come Down Sale, February 2nd and the ltpld' Popular Mon'hly. and the wuddlng aninouno tL Mrs. bto ofice In Hartford, Ky. CARBON & CO. to 10th. Rtad our adveritlij.m.i In onothv Eteck to the daughjtier of Mr. and Mrs. OHIO COUNTY SUPPLY COMPANY, Malta a 25 cent .purchase ait the pant of ithta pagvjr and e mil us a pbo- - Shetoy Rook, and hoAh of yhe young By OTTOC. MARTIN, Secy. Ohio County Drug Company and teJw gjrapli today. Thto offtr is only made people hava a host of triuads, whti A'toaat: a pKM tot a $25.00 Viator rjklklag; for a few weeks and you should act wish them much batpiplaew and R. B. MARTIN, Fires. ait, ooae Ixtfon? U to withdrawn. 27U 028Bv UuUm S. A. BRATCHER, Tmas 27U the bjat telhonos Which dtdcpvuij Uhe aadm Is That catigj so cioao a.nauwi for Farmers Appi ate this case of Curtis y3. Cunnbyr-lan- d .TVkphJne Co., from Uhiis ooun.ty. Mr. Gufis wiUl coU ot $150.00 dpimages Last iieek the Count of Com'th. s. Hardin Balae, et al. Com"h. vs. Frank AUtbi, tit al. CoQi'ih. vs. Kennuy Alvty. Gonith. va. Lm Waflt, c al. ( Com'th. vs. Joy Com'th. vs. Jni3. Gfever. ComVh. vs. Flo'dun Eaize, ot al. Oom'th. vs. Furildi.n Boiiz, ot al. Com'ith. vs. Ctas. Bailzo, iat lal AV1h.-1el.B- for dem'ai of te'isphone the opinion. .Tho finnig cf Bciroloe undu a woman tor whlskry i!n Hartford may be but it we could hivu usunpHd Jiudju Crowe's off.oa wie would Ibava held up that CA&) asatast (hie 13 and Issued a warrant aga&nut Una hiuaband. The princ'cal Is iahVj for thb a:iis of his agient, nnd lihn nifij ia to he pKaad Sr.CUns ail nigh1, rather than pumd:hJd. Hartford Republican. Frj Modern Merchandizing. of the nn.rchani'js mho hold to the older business tojthodsdD not quite realize how modern trade has Soma aband:ok.-- d lAs fornu.ir ' 4886 Com'th. 4887 Com'th. 4888 Com'th. 4889 Com'th. 4890 Ceanlh. 4891 Com'th. 4893 Coral h. 4895 Cpan'.th. 4896 ComVh. 4897 Com'th. 4898 Com'th. 4899 Oom'th. 2nd, DAY. vs. Jo3'e Ward. vs. W. C. Truman. va W. C. Ttaumani vs. Oiicar McKMnmey. vs. V. L. Andonson. vs. Bull Taylor. S. B. Bnooktos. vs. Ho.s Mogti'wy. vs. Cumh. Tul. & Tel. Co. vs. John Toyior. vs. Moat Dauh)anty. , , , is. Elijah Geary. va pasEive, ati'.l-tud- e. CASTORI A "Cannot do Without Old Home Gtiliarn cry FOR FLETCHER'S i m k, m Our old--r men wiVH nxall a jt&ne Paper." when bujkrirs of manuficturied goods I endcEo cluck for ono dollaa- - for used to visit tha fao'orCs to make thu'r punehaau. Manufacturing ihn ono years subcoripttoni to the dear was pntty wr.ll ccniaenTj-atdin tbb oud honw jiapxT, The Hartford Repub-llcn- n. Eastern fita'ies, and leng and ditflculit S.nd it to AbeavalHie, QIo., Jouravys wum taktn to sue the goodtj Stoine" counity. I cannot do wtthout personally. the old home pap ir.. C. H. TIOHEXOR. A manufacturer of thooe daj'S' - Mules Wanted! I will be in HARTFORD, MONDAY FEBRUARY 5th to buy Mules from 5 to 7 years old. work. Must be sound and to R.nhr VZC ROBERTSON, Hardinsburg, Kentucky. , .ut..fiUrtM - A- - M . J. i--W TET" PRAYER BOOK Heirloom th-jrstB, can our ara toa dw- cKrod iwowUng,, njictiontiry? Woman's pos'.Jon has vastly innprov 181 YEARS OLD d. Wlio will now swriously (W-JnWoman tho 'subjKCticn of woman? and omonoliKitiLil Industrially, ane of Jacobson Family of arj gratUially acciuinlng all political od by IDireotory" Olilo Covm.ty yauyaitr.osfjti.. 4 House Plants Free i Ktm .'.i rlghits Kansas City Only One of Its Kind in Existence. Kantas Oily, 3Io, Jan. tnefliflunod as a jwta j!uai3 h inkcm for tho Jacobson family Is a oapy offclno,,Yom Ktppur Kotnn," or anckinit H.ibruw 2?.-iHl-pWy prayor book. This iirti'.culnr ooflry Is too only annj of Kb kind In ex'.sXtnco and Is In tlw bimiparary paaaaton of Albeit Jacobson, 1231 Walnut sinekit. (s th work cX a ordfts-mn- n Tho named Aaron WolXf, a 'Mtarah" writer of tho city of ft.(trabung, a town of Germany, nod beans fnanDispiioce, tho dnfco 17S0 on. tho making (t 181 years old, A Hdbrtrw,, book liko a eproll (jho usual iwjiy of neUgious iTuaards compiling tht.lr reads ''backwards." Tthkj frwniMspieiM Is at the laat of tho book and tho pages ana taktem in tim fcaimo Dndwr, reading from right to left insl.od i)f left to righi. In. ofihear words, tho beginning of a Hebrew Blblj is always nob-ably I It , at rtilw onLi Ingram, Texas "Ever since I became a woman," writes Mrs. E. of this place. "I suffered from womanly trouble. Lost Xall, it got so bad, I had to stay in bod for near ly, a week every month. Sinco taking Cardul, I feel better .than I havo for years." You 'can rely on Cardui. Wine. especially for women, it relloves "Just how our family came into 'lv posa sion of tics civa&uiij is not ex- womanly pain, by acting on the cause actly known," said Mr. Jacobson. "It and builds up womanly strength wiber has been liandi d down Ironi foithwr to It Is most needed. Purely vegetable. Mild, but contain in action. Try It. Eon for generations, but only tho 1 qX gjni.rojt.Ians hav ibjjn At your druggists. tiwo wrtiitton in tine book. Tlu nnolwnt cusCommon Cups and Towels on tom of tlw piic deneo of fcho M-js- t Trains to be Abolished. of heirlooms son in the pasajctiion Jefferson City, Mo., January 23. prevails in moat fanu'.'itts still to Under a resolution adoptud by tibx and is so here. The book my oldor torcithr-r- Honnhard Jaooibson, State Board of Health at its muo'iins today, all common drinking cups, fornv.a'ly cf Lo'pzilg, nciv a resident ,GrWrjany. Hi scat Jt to mi roll.T towieis and cambs nov used on of Berlin itnatjns wiill mono as a mairur of sjiiiimunit iliaii railroad lxisaecg laroh 1, H'jlf t.d ly pnohilliitr.d from and af'w anything, and when I wiais m have acquiso:d The rallroadu ihene to apnear bjfone tlij cusitcims to 1912. from a claim itio packng:) (Msra ns much In ithls ordar. the argunin't as ,to thi value. Flrally b-- six of thi3 railroada atfiended cause It was adjudged as 'books no moating and expn sKxl IWr wprov-a- l. pTht.y wctrj: J. S. Murihy, St. dutjy could ibo exaatted and I was igiren Lou(s,general superintojndemit, iMlsisiouri poasceslon." , Clt-Ttoo family has ba.m offemed large PaoiCic; C. H. Sears, Kjimsas Sanfa Fe; T. K. Kniight, Bunlingtioa, sums for ithiis "1 jieaki'V but for traWea'.tirn and Qulncy, re- OMoago Gn-a- t ditional reasons it is Ukoly io Omaha and Kansas CCIty; W. W. Aver main In tbia family ipjnmanidntly. Kansas lOiy SoU'ihurn. Tii3 lints not nopn S?nried eernit Flying Men Far. board, Viotlms to stomach, liver and kidto th3 socn.itory of foha ney trouble juat like otih-:i- r use peapl?, a'ati'ng, in affect, ihiiy tvsioailid. with like Je&ults In Loas of apipetiito, tbir official authnrCity to &:w (Ihiat backachie, nervousness, and any order thi3 board might make would ficioi'Jng. But be obeyed. Secretary Hilier will at tired, Uatless, llkio that as once communkatje with the officials thone is no neied to T D. Poables, Henry, Ttenn., prwed. of th,j various railroads and ask itheni "Six hottkB of BlwcWc BWituCiS" h to equip their pajssengjr trains with "Tilties, "did more (to glie me nuw drinking cups to bo so'd to pastaangiars filremgth and good npjKj'd.te ttan all at on) penny each. Bo far as towothior stomach iromedijos I uswd.M So els and combs ara conaernied, it is theiy holp wnybody. Ji's fully to resumed tbat ipa&jrgun3 who cano to eufflar wlion this grmt awnn idy will wah themskjlivrjs and comb tojirhoir (will help you from ithe Hirst da.-io-. TUiy It. w.hllf3 making railnoad jounnijj'B, Only 50 cents at all druggid Is. carry tiu.dr oiwn oqui'iixnwnitB atiter in Pre-IOT- od ivic-Otr- ds E-2He-bivilif-r- Tho tiutpnastiing Teni'juiiw CX Mis Jacobson cony is the fact ithot toxit, ilillusjralilonis aro and luminations handwork. Even the amirs ane hand-toole- d in gold. Tlie dwllcaUj intnlcatu scnijit aro characters of tlw marvrils oX iwnmianialiip and tha Isaano ink Is used in tho cxioculdon of batfi Bsnipit and ll'.iustations as is usmcI on the nncd.Kit TO rah or sinall wimting and tho pasts aro of tho tonne B tniinu naichmont and aro indosiruu dbU;. Tlw book contains oxo?rpts Xirom i3sa five books of Moses ujion wh'cli thrj inraytjr eanilc-jo-f itlio Ilobriow ffwliffion is hased and is in use to thiU day in tho ortiho dox Hobrow Xtimrllucs i EivxvSil wor ship tho first day of audi monitih. Tl nnoduolion tlf Uu'.s partfaular copy probably took years of the oiufls-man- 's Ik-bro- r more liumanu. linn now. Ohari-t- y br ad, coacoras itaJX wi'Ji cnuais of misery and id'enuss; it nqt pnily rvi"oV-o- s, but Be.ks to redonn ami ivoLVni. Clianlty is raised to a Boiontiflc libno. As to labor, wages, (hours, unemand ployment, indus'r-'a- l accldtonits dlscasie, wlion did tluaa qiteat'ions mora oankjat or gwauaml nfjfen-tlo- n that Uney ar ivpalving today? Tho in child laibor logilslab'.on,ln factory logislation is too maniXcsit to iwiulre o'uiboration. Prisons, osjilums and poodlioiusee are being Deformed and humanised. Social and political (duals ana higili and noble. Euua&ily of oppontuni'Jty, Justice, honesty Idumocracy all our ogUtv'itons and movemeiKtis. Ed- ucai'ioa mus nwur moro xpularnieiv?!r mono vital, neroo mor,e domocratic Itlhan naw. We complain of and our schools, font only bcatife our educational ideals navii outstrlpipcd ou achievements. l'nlvJlogo,, robbery, casitie are disappearing. Thrift and isobrlciiy are Dr aded diasee are botng attacked and the ganiral h?aljth far-slghtlw tev-oid undi-jr,Unfo3-tw- and prlvulc Plnrity was n.j. . 1.11 'i Wo hnvo four beautiful lionse plants to give away absolutely free to every fiumer's wife in this section. These plants consist of: 1 1 1 Mrs. Lawson Carnation 1 Geranium Flowering Begonia Boston Fern I 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 absolutelyfree. by nwasuij3-o- f prev-jni'jioi- ilnatru tlon and cure. Ant and ibeauty aaj bjlng doniocraitiaadv It all tli;!s is not ovid aice cif moral advano?, iwhnt is moral aduonoi? The indiiotini nit of our ngo on moral groum The Farmer and Stockman guarantees these plants to be in growing condition when they reach you. They will be mailed direct from the florists' green house to our subscribers, all charges prepaid. "We are only allotted a few hundred of these plants. Therefore, we urge you to take advantage of our offer at once if you want this collection. It will doubtless take only a short time for us to give away our entire allotment. Fill out the coupon now, before it is too late, and mail it or send it to us with 81.25 todaj. USE THISIC0UPON. Date HARTFORD Circuit Court-- T. F. Blrkhead, Judge; Ben D. Itlngo, Attorney; W. V. Mldklff, Jailer; E. a. Barrnos, Clerk; F. U Felix, Master Commlsloner; It. T. Collins, Trustee Jury Vund; T. II. Black, Sheriff, Hartford. Dcutlcs-- 8. O. Kcovtn an Lon Black, Court convenes first Monday In February and continues three weeks; third Monday In April, two weeks second Monday In June, threo weeks; third Monday In October two weeks. County Court. II. II. Wedding, Judge; W. 8. Tlnsley, Clerk, C K. Smith, Attorney, Hartford, Court coneucs first Monday In each month. Quarterly Quarterly Court Begins on the. fourth Monday In February, May, August and November. Court of Claims Convenes first Tuesday In January and first Tucsduy In October. S. Moxfiey, Other County Offlciri-- C. Ky., 11 F. D. Surveyor, No. ii; .Bernard Felix .Assessor, Hartford, Ky., It. F. V. No. ; Henry Leach, Superintendent, JJr. A. U. Hartford; Kliey, Coroner, Ilurtlord. JUSTICES' COUIITS. B. S. Chamberlain, Hartford, Tuesday after 3rd Monday In March, Tuesday utter 3rd Monday In June. Tuesday after 3rd Monday In, September, Tuesday after 3rd Monday In December. O. K. Scott, Cromwell, Wednesday afto 3rd Monday In March, Wednesday after 3rd Monday In June, Wednesday after 3rd Monday In September, Wednesday after 3rd Monday In December. John II. Miles, llockport, Friday after 3rd Monday In March, Friday after 3rd Monday In Jbne, Friday niter 3rd Monday in September, Friday after 3rd Monday In December. J. C. Jackson, Centcrtown, Saturday after 3rd Monday In March, Saturday ar ter 3rd Monday In June, Saturday ufter 3rd Monday In September, Saturday after 3rd Monday In December. M. C. Cook, Itcnfrow, Tusedny after 2nd Monday In February, Tuesday after -- nd Monduy In Muy, Tuesday after .Montlay In Aucumi. Tn..Bf?nv ,.?,.. 3rd n.i ' Monday In November. hon.ln" Saniltr8. Dundee, Wednesday tho tecond Monday In February, cdncsduy uftur Snd Monduy In .May. cdnesi ay after 3rd Monday In AUkubU J d Monduy In Noveiu- ' W,Unc8duy utlur Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law IIAUTFOltD, KY. Will practice Ida profession in this and adjoining counties. Commercial and Criminal Practice a Specialty. Barnes iKirtii-.Twh'i & Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. fcr tho lUdiral Smith prac-tic- Msens. W. 11. D.'irmtj and C. K. SmlUi announoo 'Uuvit 'thy liavo iform-- a o of law, cxcat criminal and rilvor Counity Attor-n?- y aisjs, Mr. Smith is irnvntod from practicing mich ccaeos. Mr. DnriKs will Individually OWIrs in accent such practioi Hartford llvmibllcon .building, Hartford, Ky. Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, - KY. Will practice his profession In OhM and adjoining counties and In tho Court of Appeals. Criminal practice and Collections a Specialty. Office In the Her aid building. FRANK L.FELIX, Attorney at Law HARTFORD, - KY. YANCYL.MOSLEY, is, in our judgment, most superficial. Chicago Itecord-Herald. A Lifetime Trouble. i.vi.i.. Maj;.,ne;,I?bter.Kr,,lay I I Will practlcn his profession in all the . .?l0,!,1"y, ' ThurMJuy ufter Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, 3rd n Auust. Thursduy afier and In the Court of Appeals. Also No'ml Monday In Not ember. tary Public Office over First National lf""," I'rldny after ny lieu'unry. Friday iiUer . 2nd Bank. 2nd ... Monduv In Mv ..' . ., ""-- ,,,le: 'Jv ilpnduy InFords We. Thursday after Iebruury, Thursduy ufter Of MiL1'?"', Cro. JA "" " REPUBLICAN, Hartford, Ky., Gentlemen: Attached is $1.25 for which send me The HartfordRepublican one year; "the Farmer and Stockman" one year; and your four houseplants. My Name is My Address is HAUTFOUD 1'OI.ICD COUIIT. Judge, CJ. U. L.lkeii8,Clty ?.' ai- Attorney: Sum UlUy, Martlinl; ,. . l convenes M (,,V1,,l,lTJ,- Williams. Muor, n ? ....,! KILLthe COUCH AND CURE the LUNGS Co"''Cll. T. II. liur- W. M. Fair. ! l.. i; .iioore. Js- - Ulc"" C. sitc.rt',ar-c'v'nrJ.11'1,und Dr. D. , U. JI.chairman: Ifarnett. (C. Pendleton. ItKLIGIOUS SK11VICES. L- - J?' c'iurch ces monrlng -- -: LV JtvV"'Ht''B,,or " f.m, 4O0Ti,!.riU',tcf" Ul". - Or. King's New Discovery WITH BollJ() AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES. South-Servi- hik wi. m -- New or Old Subscriber? I I i. " "'"""' ounuay School :tl 1'rayer meeting I!.ev- - Virgil UiKili l'astor. i'UIHISL UllUrcil Wir pi s.i . "."' uu ini.rnli.i. ,..,.! ....u. ""..":' '" Irajer meeting etery Ve.l' eve""";- J- " W. Uru,.er. puMor u.. fO.)S uyvno jtM PIHCR las slim. fnt m. Wednes-Ja..u.v.e,''"!- f- V. GUARANTEED 8ATISFA0X0SYI OB MONEY KEFUNDED. sSirii"!!? behoof 2:30 ?.nV.rc!,-Sc- rlc Adrress all Orders! to p. ,. Udcr 11 t IUE HARTFORD Rejcea'-'nitn'tiTe- HARTFORD, IsssWillslssstlsslMisssWisssssslsssssssslsstlsstlslssssssissssaisssssssI left-ta- rs run-doi- How to Rise in the World. The c'jark who kuVips Ms mind brfgh'!; wiho Is nulck and up to da 10, ny?d not alwaj-- be a ol'irlo Some day he irill bo tan employer ihlms-jlfBy HEADING, THINKING AND INFORMING HIMSBIJ' ho boonios wortliy of bj'itjr (tilings. Bvory oniiployw, no maiUmr iwhathls noaltion, makes lilmsjtf inoiv) valmblo to his tniployor and b'nisu'.f by jvad-in- g . (tlw IS MIND THAT WINS NOWADAYS. Tlw man whok nows and acts cm bis kuuwiMgois (the man wiho g.-tthuno. Dont Well itho clook. W'a'ch tho nwws ithrough tills, your hwiw papjr. a IT lruss. The World Getting better. Frankly, wo find It dltt'cult to account lor tlw atti uik or mood of w no those wlio of moral progjviss, or si 11 wo ovltl nco of moral w.rogivsoian. Kvurytliing in politics, lygislutjon, n fa. loi's fcoclal so ns to us to atttiat gonulno and tub moral pnogrtus. Wlunt aij tiw "tests" glivn by hlstonhuis of Hall's Caitarrh Curo is taken clvUlzoitdoii, by phlloiacahlcaJ tuielw.s and acts diructly on tlw Wood of jtlilcs? TlKy arw wuU known and mucous bnrfacxn of ln3 fi'sitium. the position of woman, tlie trdatjuemt Sind for ties Umojiioli fay.v. of thrt uuXon'Junate, tlie oiiminal, tho F. J. CHENEY & CO., Insane, the unemployed; Uiio gjnunil Toledo, O. ideals and IdVns of society, tjho disSold by all Druggie's, 75c. tribution -- of wealth, opportunity and Tako lUUl's Family P11!b far pf culture and eduewtkw. Judg- m dw'jcir-nallo. Ohio Tribe No. 188, Imp. Order Red Men, meets second and fourth Wednes-22,ni'hKln ech month- - James cVBen cX condWoia tund giwatwr uswtulnkias E Pale' C1,,ef of Itecord"h9m' paprfr. till 3 horse. Hartford Camn. TO. n w v mv Prices. More Free-Trad- e w ?0Iv,vnliiir' Thom Williams; Clerk" Tito efaeKip kmqw ihie'r maaV.f s vo!oa Preston Morton Post dcxuJbt about thai'.; but ithuno is no The American ehoj manufacUtneirs de holds regular meetings No. 4, O. A. R., Saturday It is more important to know what olar.d if Congnoss would gl3 them fn?rt "miu Mornduy 'n each month. beforejt Commander; J. M. Rogers, tln.jy hmr it owhrfhur they do whim b on hiicktiJlioo' would Maxell 1. tliioy Xl.o in ifieur cr come wilth enabled to, maniulUioturo nho 13 much A. S. of E. ohieojer for Mia people ifiianu.irb..ojx) The acstlou of the 'board Is in the National Officers: othjir an'mals, anj Oongrs put hiUls on thj Xiro-InteMVst of ithw prvastJi-ol-loof pub list, Shoap, .llko lic hoaljh. The cammon dJtnk&ng cuj), cnoaiturrs of tobit, and ehou'd and tho pnlo? ol tlioos eoon rasa liigh-e- r V- - Kun,P' dlaarI!onsf,TdC.a,,UrCr-- SI tlw ancient lialier itawtal nnd.tlhlj oomb bo hiaindV:d by tho Eanw aittiendonltjwho .than vwr ibeXorc Officers: Dontljinni.d should movo among t ih im gontly and that ovryibody ushjs, wiji3 Now again oora.s mtrtra f nam ?n SJ' ?,ron"in' 9arroU county, Pres. long ago as bjlng unelamiltoiry, and the givo no'Joa X his npircaoh iby itiiKiaklns 1Ien(lerson county Vice ehoo maunfaoturrjrs lltat all P Id t arrett' 50 nvans of Eij)n.aIuig coniagiepiua disieaso to tlw flock. gnadu3 of slio s w!ll ibe adwunood 8. B. Itobertson, McLean county, iilia,'. Tata) raro Uiat nono of tAvs feewpy oenits a lair. This wall iniian Gov. Hadley took up with (hie State Warrcn couny B'ote Board of IfchWi and thie mMrcads wator from the lioaslo guts initio tha oonsumivjni will liavie tf pay an aggro-got- 3 C. C Allen. TTonrv t n. 93wnal wx?ks ago ithe w oeeisilty of ac- milk XM Ito hogs. Almost euito U of $124,000jl)00 moro for Xootwxor tie Graves, Allen county,nnntv t.A state Assistant cau;o howul troubli is. tion in Ms inelgard. i this )ioar cihian In 1011. Ben Watson, Wara Tins Valhier has became dkaan-f- f is nn Board of Directors. uarneii, unio coun- Ground ciaits, ,hocut bran and State of Ohio, Olity of Toledo, ty; A. H. Brooks, Bracken tounty; It. E. (IjmLajUlii.. ttl, together wil'.h tome llttlo oil-Hut it ha3 not iniciv.iii-.ss. Lucas Counity, Hor,1ln county, and J. Doss, V ??y'. Ihlo In prtoo to an eaUiai In amy way Aiumenueri: county. or ctavT hay, will ku.p Rank J. Oh.'iioy makes oaih tliat Ohio County Officers: jua'JlXjilng ithi-- inoixvxao in pnloel of s'he 8. L. Stevens, Pres., Beaver Dam.Ky. iiior pontiwr of Uie tlrm of brood eoiw3 from becoming fomnSsih. lw is Henry Plrtle, Sec. Hartford, Ky. GnjinYulle (O.) Oouiiitr. If a young pig iKiconm! ohiUcdAl F. J. ChJiiny & Co., dotng buisintes in D. Ford, Treas., Hartford. Ky. plunigo it in Mann the City of Tol do, County and Sta'ie It to tlio house andypu child is in dangw a woWhon COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION. can imr yaur man will her Ipay water (as hot as afoiusiaid, and that said firm will risk her HXo to praVot it. Henry Leach, Chairman, Hartford, Ky. hand) tovuxil timts, und (ilwoi iwmp S 1. L. B. Ticheuor, Hartford, It. F. D. tlu3 siun of ONE HUXDKK-No grvttt act of hrinuism or iiiak of No, S. arm Ittuiiu.i and put in a iwurm life id of in case for each and to privet u cliild 2. E. C. Hartford, Reynolds. Ky. plac-.-v a. M. S. Putterson, Oluton, Ky. Ca'ani'h that cannot be cmxd by tho G!iu Uti3cnb-ir!ui'u'cioup. from 4. U. L. Alford, White Run, Ky. Don't toi Jio cown cut In Wwetcrms Cough Itamody and all dajigur uk3 of Hall's Caturt'Ji Cuiv. is avolt 5. Richard i'lumcr, Taylor Mlnes.Ky. to etaud around. It donvsn't-iiiay- . 6. J. L. Brown, llockport. Ky. FltANK J. CHBNKY. sale by all drugsfc. od. It is Iwit to reduce Wo inilk Sworn to b.'fari me and Isubssiibod cow food, bo th.'it a juatuno Wild Geese'Killed. In my pnes'nee, Ihls Oth day of D.cem will dry and iwst for a month to six Winches or, Ky Jim. 31. A mutn-bb.tr, A. D. 1SS0. Vtvoks b.fon) cuWais. of .wild gntj', ludng tiit.tr way A. W. GLKAISON, (Soil) fUglvt, Tlw first milk of tho cow Is of a In tho boutk.-.M'a- i inud'. havo Xo'ary lHibiic. y. .- -. Ash-AdPTnoi)-Tna- books. l(nt oX Jt is gained from life, and nowepaiiKffB' aov the mirrors oX lif Not QfllTy" sliould teach era njod the papare, but pupils should bo caused to do so. In tho caso oX th3 chnlldrn pr.jnsuaia!on is n edd. Tluy aro Xoior whip a horse iwlhi:ia he Biliice. little bo eager to learn thpt thy ticod evIt .will dnonetaaa his foar. ery pajKT thioy gyt itheir hands on. In fitting hom-- Xcr hard .work Many BchooJs havrj clasMS in curronf: vgmin raiUon but not tho ithw emniis. Tto pupils ame nxiulrv.d. to hay. tell or .write the chief happenings of Horses ano very fond of a vanity, tUe day. It is an invaluable training. and fussing alwaoiB taj-- in fchio Utca: EVERY txaohtT tliould TAKE this j With the Livestock. KY. SDCItET SOCIETIES. Hartford Lodge No. 675. F. & A. M.. All Matters Given Prompt Attenmeets first una third Monday In each month. Owen Hunter. ft. U tion. PENSION AFFIDAVITS A P. Kecretury. SPECIALTY. Iveystono Chapter No. 110. meets every third Saturduy It. A. M. Fries"; A,00ro W SftaJi;vJslmrT; S. 1 McKKNNET Hartford Chapter No. M. O. E S OTTO C. MAIITJN meets second and fourth Monday even" W. M. Miss portant (particular to fit himsJX or i&iMi.,8- - 6- Secretary. pii?,V8h it,vcr. LoUko No- - uo- - Knights of herself to instruct tlie DToung. meets every Tuesduy night. Education is not a'J gatonxl from c RNl KY- each month Sunday Scool l'' C,1"rrti-Scrvl- ccs at 3:13. a. m. und "very fourth & first Sundny In $t J. NEY FOSTER Notary Public HARTFORD, Ohio County 7 p. m ''' Aiuen. Martin & McKeneey Hartford, Ky. 31 lm ,... itHartford' K. &s.pan' . B Tent No. 99, K. O. T. M.. nJel,.",?ry flrBt Bni' third Thursday night It. D. Walker. Commander; Up. t oremun. llccord Keeper. Sunshine Hive No. 42. L. O. T. M. meets every first and third Friday night in each month. Mrs. Attya Qrlffln.Lady Commander; Mrs. Lula Pendleton, Lady Itecord Keeper. and Joiners local No. 1881. Nnnh" LltSatU,'iay n'Bht ln aCh month '' W Ul Luce 8ec: ' Treus. Acme. Lodge No. 339, I. O. O. F., meets secoi.d ana fourth Friday General Insurance Lire, Accident, SicK and Fire WILL ALSO BOND YOU. cf 'M.XrnWlVcar && Electric Bitters R Succeed when everything else falla. In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy, as thousands have testified. a'jaa tu FOR KIDNEY-LIVEAND STOMACH TROU1LI it is the best medicine ever sell over a druggist's counter. lnissa-chuso- SEEDS r Mas to SsrM X 11 I SPECIAL OFFER:wW B.dirM. A Ulsl mast ron ear psrauasai ciutomer. 1 to-da- y; i I Prize Ca.lettlM !Wfc,rtrttiisiiu.l lllfc 1IM.1 T.MM.II th BDMt Tmtmlt. t Ul.Tldld OaUa. tlHt Tatlt. bss 1 uromMwi WrUt Mtathn thl Patmr. I 1 hw-wtuin- hu .a we i to covfjr potUf i frrtftwWArttWWWWVtyw TO SEND ektBf CENTSTftlufcU receive this u tMDl J iwiwhw DOL-LiAH- nemsiuiai mwmm leiincMi mw runt mum eu sumws vswiawM M Bee as. kH, W. m pyewsues. yofwuimr wim tej eig . rwaU iiry Ivrtksf, IJW -- WVroW.L i iiKXW-tfar- pit)-ducl- I'r or a "POSITIONS' UNTIFUtj y, co'jojtrum Elks huilldi'mg a ti mnlflc struck tho puts blow, as Uu-- who KclUod up Sunday tibls calf in pof- - by WobsVr Hanks, tilue UilXitiy jaiiUu'., FUnni Jourand Monday tiia iwjmilwrw k.aiJoj".d one of tha rkObcut fma'-- of tlik 8jusitn. In Gunman Tho fowls wkjne pruparr-This Taper Helps the Tetchcr. style with Mr. John OW land's uJe-bratdnasalng, tha rooJpo for (which Tho piibJJc scbool tahw thai dbeff not rwd the pafisn iiiu (a an Im iim twaa iivvht by chiyfla nuiu'iar cliaraq'iar call d atiting us luirgailve, and tlw bawols of (he young fuat working WMidiitlon. nal. gssASPesiyarrtsAfr cwfouy Gne&zZtiJineJJ cjft&sfaessrrttfs farten r0. iBoard TtVufaefc&sfe a d ArKfjA'"'"' &yr4Gm,jfy Wir Z&mpauah&pJl od wvttiiD-iwhitf-- -- J 1tui.J"' " - Tmitr?miMidA. ...J For Sale I I HAD TO START einprt JrwlnorJuU. to obUln tJhtn, how Yn BAR D AM O DC FIN OEO. I eftrrli win lire rrimn, I annrliUL tA. M All AIIHTIIfl. Jlimlitrts itirtrl wit l'akli)gto tavti t!mr. mtmry ana rjirn fairni. Patent ina ininnfinunt prunes ucmtivoij. tnu, lnl "!,M numa, Offlc I Real Estate! Acres of tho (mest Rough river bottom land located three tulles west of Hartford. About 20 acres lu cultivation. Good dwelling and out buildings. A bargain for $1,250. 60 MARRIAGE BUREAU of ca33 itho dJaiajfio ylruMe (to itnoat m;nii in eomo of tho first Elnifws, but aftor dt has aaaorticd dtsjlf Kihna is 1M.1 a tidily t.o ohano'3 of ftlnj amlnial ncr ojv-jrln- A lionso .bcfonig'ms dp Mil- ir Writ nai mum tit it ak TTsHrf IUtM Mast T10 SJfktk Itmk, ar WHINQTON, D. C. I kmAAj. over 68 YEARS' EXPERIENCE We have 4C0 acres of flno bottom land from ono and a halt to two miles of Hartford, part of it with tlmler. Also about 75 acres of upland belonging to the same tract Terms easy. A now one and one-ha- lf slor frame building with five rooms and large rocptleon hall, built out of the best so lec toil material. Situated on Clay and Fredrlca streets, Hartford, Ky. Lot 60x205 feet Fine well of soft water. All necessary out buildings. . Terms reasonable. Good nine room two story dwelling in Ceutcrtown, Ky., has good cistern, good collar, never falling well of water, good Etable and other out buildings, ono aero lot of ground. A uplendld location for family residence and hotel. Price and terms reasonable. Apply to BAKNETT & FOSTER, Agents, Hartford, Ky. Traoc Marks DtSIQNB AC. Anton ncmllnf a tkflcti mid rlrrcrlptlnn mar I WIIC uretiilnn la probably fuitpntjibliv Cnniimiiitrii. Icmii vtrlrllr conlllPi.ttl. HANDBOOK onl'Mnrta out ttro. (tldot neonrr for iwurlnir patent. I'mruta token thrntmh Munn X Co. recolTO pfrlitl nolle., wllluiut charge. In lbs A Imnrtartmclj lllnotrntod wpoklf. I.nrpt rtr. dilution uf nnr rrlpniiun iniiriml, 'JVriux. 13 n vpnt. fntirtnnntlia.il. tiuM brail nowmtpnlrrn. MUNN & Co.38""""- -'. New York lltancli umce. i3S V HU Wasblaalon. I. Scientific American. c Subscribe for The Republican $1.00 per year. POSITIONS GUARANTEED ?B' you a position If you wv " moiicwwu, ho ziuuu mnny moro stu- dents ntonco to supply tbo onormout. domancU ! for our fPrndllntHR An uinn na wn r.M, Mn.. number orutudonts this offer will bo withdrawn So ntonco for particulars. wrlto TX E will GUARANTEE .. Xv V -- ' 7&?tyi QUO. W. NCIHVAHTZ zm? r,OTJr8VHj,T:. KY. rHioirar. KNTAm.TnitKn I3USINKSS COLLEGE tiinroatt inns mnrovii WebsterS -- HucVlwf' "Full ol Life" Northern Grows a reputation of jSj tars of f'cillKirod Pcctlj e tucrc'tlul ?cri! glowing behind tlicra. It a)S la cl.Hit the hrst Seasonable Sccialt!M: Earliest Red Valriitlne . . Iixtra Karlj- - . . RcluRce Green Pod . Wa'iluell'a Imp. Kidney Wax Iluls New White Wax . . Curric's Rust I'roof Wax . SEEDS BUANS New INTERNATIONAL $3.50 lit) slid J3.JJ Bushel J3.70 llusliel J4.50 Ilushel Bushel Dictionary . THE MERRIAM WEBSTER? TIOjjf C0VcrinK ovcry field of tho world's thought, action and culture Tho only not- - uaabridced dictionary In many years. Because beforo appeared botwocn two covers. J700 J'.itfcs. Cooo 11' defines over 400,000 'Words; moro than over I ' NEW CUEA-.Dccau- sc Kxlra Harly Al.isla . . . 53.50 Rusliel ni-jiNew I Jrly Cradua . , . . Js 50 Ilushel llorsfnrd's Market Garden . J3.50 llusliel low. Iluckbec's Lightning Kxprcss J5.00 llusliel s. Aiia'-ilic- r ltjiitor from Fred Ilainoboir; Lctluee, Rdiih. Tomkto and a full lire ol Seedt, l'l.intsaml ltulliint lowest Rrnwlnp prices. v!u sajy tsa t'liauld .ba nddirKUctjid at S;nd for complete catalogue or submit a list of your requirements and tl! quote prirn. ICin., gonial d tlivittry, is to liny direct from the crower Sac Moncv. 6hv) effect nhai1. liy aiso Write today. Mention this paper. waiw a PEAS &.50 Uushcl dred Iwiyjackj dlod wi'.ih ijli3 dlsuaao i 0 Action Opened Flood of Letters yicu'irday. Jn all iMKnfrd thona ihas iboan fix from Young People Anxions to or sjvrjn cajs niivcrlnd, and an t,ho d'.a.naj lias bon w fa al in cth r Break Deadlock. and iUio d (atli naitio in tlw statj haa iasftid ilpj ifiup Ihiunnlred mark, it Is only nutural itihat miicli 24. Givwwl Junctton, iCalo., canooni Is foltanioiigaicckiniunln "Jils Why wot a muiW3Jiat mianraso iburyati soo'iou. That aiv.uraAobo itlia only njdua',tan la You ano probably aiwari iahait nit jn h jiut tjc o wiling for (Uhio flood c( always rusuliis fimmi la woldbiit ixtira ijo iiu.il lately frestm man, ami wh you iiuV'-i- r h3ad of a oald in lauftUng in woinun 'ina'in.niQnilaViy rtncilnwd, Sfjjlt hunbatud or "wiEiiti f.ihj Grand invuimanto w,hon Clia.mbor'aln'is Oongh was used. AVliy Iiako Vallty. So far rilw Al'ltxns taw ibonn Rsm-.-dthe turawd ov-i- r ta Fined Shaffj ir, Tkjaani'jly tJio risk ,wlun Jn!s i"mvidy raiy he by all apatrnVid dtnuoor of mutiioJisal wattv-lt- y had for a trifV.'? For sa'r3 an and nlflaiirs. U may aajua.init al- druggists. so d (aku ohargj rjf tu prapasjd Threats in Mail. ' ibtmnu. Tin Biohokir GlnU' Club Btarfted Un,'jon, Ky., January 27. Public tlw twuiblj for tl3 city and oonwriKjr-oJ- fe ting, and consequent lunctusiness on bytiho orsaulail iJcr.B iwlirjn nhi iy rout and tli; pant of tho ofBIo'afe, arou-i.-ivjiwlvtd tjnt to tniiinny for unialJlivjr myia'i'jriciis d.1ih of Ed Uriffli'Ji, and n.ad Indldtmont of tlio subs xiuent tMo j.am, ddspii tin apprctaohi Ujap Yinr. l:y at onoe fuinnjJ U of his wife, Lucy Gnlffj'J'.li, on Uie Lluifc oluarg3 af poisoning hilm, iliave a tkini) anient liopo in vodftlvb tlii-cou!d eij dlly convinw tlm GiUtls augin iiiwd hy an t'lridiiniic of Aim at i wayts. elf Uj onnjr uf thj-- r Hhiru oning 1 tttrr wrltilng. aw any r.uniib-.-- r of Ejisjumi glils wlioj The accused is now Cilii3 ojniVjr of of a'j ack and has pja.tlved an aaany-mou- 3 liaTO t.al on pl.y on tlw youih warning. Gamd Jurajwii, niiid amIio aiw ii3t cci-l- y Muniibars of the flnat grand Jury, willCng, but anxious, to o.nw to whioh InveatilgaV.'d itho cao and Uh oXy at oncw and ibrvjik tdio ni'Jy nuu rimonCal now fall ad to return an iudia'anunit . letters luhirxniMntnig thim with vx.ainff. Jllss Li:H!an Feiinis and W.ts liana d wtJi at itlw liands of '"Judge 'lyneh." Shuiwrd, .bculi of Coiiir Itapitla, la., Stjdijntory habits, Jack of outdoor 'thoJr Eorvld B 1o oljkj up oxerolsie, insufflcl-jniha v.j 08 of masMca'ton Uln br.juch. Mas F iir.is, ,who giw lw food, ojiistipiiMon, a ta:iild OiJvi.tr, .worC20 FJfjh avonuf, Qjdar addivs a j ry and anxltity, ano lliis miodt oammion Itv.tldi, wumji tllut lihii Baalihrlor Girls' cauaH of stomach tmoubloj. Canp.ct Club mud Jiavu a .aLiuiiijasxjJal Id n jtiur haiblts and itakie Chaimbenlailn's about rtJirj '.itraTJal fiiitiiw;s of .things. Stomach and Liver Tablets and yiu Slie bw hturd of th nnnniUlrinily oun-tlu- ct will soon be well again. Ftor ettk) by and Unit she all druggCs's. of tJw ycuitg s mi Is quite willing ftj ofCvir Jn.i.lf ns For only $2..03 you can gdt Tho youth a eusrufioj to tlw of Grand .Iiui34j'.on. She wants a Wos Hanlford Uopubllcan,, Hlie Fanmeir & torn Jnuband and says slw is "Jut Stockroom. iT!h'3 PeaplcB Manfjliily. one dy,lng Oo conii3 to Grand Vailloy," and year jach and a full size 1G.20 craytiliain-- " fjr any on oalangoittjiit. Fill cut Uw cou- ptliat It Is "a pan wlwch appeans in tails pa-filiil Co nialij iixli a t. 27. ovjdit' d to the iba3hpj'cii' glrJaas 3 V.u tfi.. w " ? i.'l.. c3il ii 7 bruwii diair and brMwai oym and is 5 BOOKKEEPING fo't 1 inolvjs tall. Slw dJuk.n't tay Business.Phonography ngout her cmin eooil loaks, anji'Jtine TYPEWRITINGand tAv&t lur ohum, MUb Slw-art- l, but TELEGRAPHY lis 27 and doatdedly iirc'it'y. t3ho WILBUR R.SMITH 1USIMFSS RHI I FOE 1... a.d ft......... i.........!.! f atl.A v snja bo.li lwrt-l-f and chum aiu anx- Its l'rr.Ment has years of esprrience in mercantile 33 ious to corroiioud w&Ji inartuiskUblo and tianklnirliiiiineM. aluo unc years edncatine injKio roiinir rneri ami women for now. rM. Hy. ia.su n. yur.s i whom Uwy could Ijarai to &;-Uci- iu lmoti-momy al -ai-n.i- No Man is Stronger Than His Stomach A tlront man Is stronit oil over. No man can be strong who is sulferintf from weak stomach with its consequent indigestion, or from lomo other disease of the stomach and its associated organs, which impairs digestion and nutrition. For when the stomach is weak or diseased thero is a loss ol tho nutrition contained in food, which is tho sourco of all physical strength. When a man "doesn't feci juat right," eihVi t,lla II US V bB BSSSSSSSP aBssssssssssssssssr ir feeling In the stomach after eating, is languid, nervous, irritable and despond ent, he is losing the nutrition needed to make strength. Ull UllUUIIllUI IUUIO Sack a man should use Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical, Discovery. It cures diseases of the stomach and other organs ot digestion and nutrition. It enriches the blood. Invigorates tho liver, strengthens tho kidneys, nourlskea tke nerves, and so GIVES HEULTH AND STRENGTH TO THE WHOLE BODY. You can't afford to accept a itcret nostrum as a substitute for thla non- alcoholic medicine of known composition, not even though the urgent dealer may thereby make a little bigger profit. Ingredients printed on wrapper. GILLESPIE BROS. W. H. & J. F. GILLESPIE HAVE YOUR SUITS Cleaned Proprietors s Pressed ljn 6 LACKSMITHING AND REPAIR WORK Repairing and Dyeing neatly done. Ladies work given special attention. Hats Cleaned and delivered. month. Hartford Pressing Y. M. C. A. aji-pa- jv Repaired. Work called for and Club rate $1.00 per Clin, CT-d t Horseshoeing a Specialty. Hartford, - Ky. BLDG., HARTFORD, KY. much-abus-.- d -- JAMES & CO., Am-ji'io- nj-plv- a - H-- nl ,.' Pirst Class Liveryman Centertown, Kentucky. Prompt Attention and Good Service. TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, wn-tn- is t.i. Be-Kn- H. W. BUCKBEE RockforJ Serd Txrixf. Iiuik3 to b:ftk up 61u Baahi-'la- r Kris' and all H LnGSfluckbeeSr.9 Rocl.forJ,itt Club, but Inruodd P do it hy icciiilnc-li- s Booiw of tlw ia "lub.ois tluni h. lustrations. wuu'd n:al6 a good .husband, jhut lio ivially cjuldn't wait Ai fp ' with tho new divided pngo. A "Etroko of Genius." BeCSBSe Jt ,s an encyclopedia in Becanif lt 'a accepted by tho Pccau Courts, Schools and Press as tho ouo supremo authority. rWatMo ho who knows W'lna PCCaU . Hucccmt. Let us tall you about thla now work. IWnntf. it la the on ly dictionary 'j y ars Jiulgj . fl l.l.(..l TDinr.UAnilft rnma.H VWIWIIVU Ml (inWh.-IS- r (Ift o oUiUji all cuuntrlf s or iw t wfc Uliv.,.y FATE NT3 THAT PA. iicitiwlhtratLowugUjr,iit cur antlTiclp to Till - in a a wit-- TSw Judgvj Jias turned tiho lnJ tar ovor.eo Fr l Sliaffcr to fill tho a toi" a w.fc. S. Sullirtin. has a Ijttrr M'JM'jusK ynjtins jiian a1io waat V. SEND YOUR BOY TO' H H H vx)i.nH Juu buoccbk. btut irulcl. ('liutuurtUctcl. for FRCE report ... .t .. fln iMtnta1.lttar -- v.. fcw ..j, PA . i'tmm.-v- , UUIf PASSING HSFE1CNCES. Iur fnt GuJ jit lluk WKJTI for iptctaua of atw 4lTld4 & ft C. MERRIAM CO., PsUbWn, SpriufitU. Mut. MBttoaUiUpftpr(rMtiTf tSM m! of pclvt aupt. pc Save Money and Keep ia Style by Reading McCall'i Magaiine and Uiing McCall Pattern Ladies! McCII'i M'CULS HACUIHE jnu ilrcM nt n niodernto expense ty k 0 o p it pot toil on tho )uit holt) 1 11 Mati tin. Kill M1-iilil- y lu r.tch Ismio. Also, lit .hla li.r.)rmitloii mi vll homo und per- ,j lnaiiiTH. (Inly n ear iMeltidinit n fr"0 pnttcrti. buh-tr0 lull iy or send fur Irco saiuplo copy. McCiU Pttterm will iMiililayo'.i t) inn'tn In your own litmio. v. I.li) clothlMu'riir fouiMilf and tlitUI' 11 rlilih mil tin irlcrt - rto cr laatiis In stylatiud Hi. r. cents bontl for Iiu l'a raCuulufiio. (V TrKcati for petllni: sul). Wc Will CIyc Y fcrlptioni!ifiiini.M,)urlri"iiils, itillnrfruo ITi'itil tin iinloiii.o ninl ( :.s 1 1'ruoOlivr. the ikcuL cc::f:.y, aa i 2 Het 37 a nrw vo il.n.ics und hats. 60 New l'aihloti Desisns latest fashions In x h "I can jualoj a good llvilng," coi.jlauis, "with a good luinnAtactb'Jy funuslwd. I was aiuwir niamJcid. Muat bj 'jidy uud.--r 30 jujaiis of ag." Diitvptor Sliaffusr ili3s oonitoniV d to taloo oliargd of Uio nuwly organized lu.ijMinoiiJal iburvjau along wiitili his o.Ji-j- r dui'i s. "I KaVy bollovo we can aoa inipllf h We send FREE a bottle Germinal, a quick relief a gn.oit dtial of good in Itihls manmsv," (or lung trouble, coughs, pains in chest, and that said Jlr. Shaffer. "Wihillo u sanural- run down feeling. (Mention this paper.) ly look uion tihxa mofttura laa Joko, OHIO MEDICAL COMPANY tlwroanonnainyp.'oplnj who knowa of no . Boa 95 COLUMBUS, OHIO otihor Jno liod of finding a liu'sbaad or wjfo (tlunn by advs.iii'i'jilng or by ,wlth public oKiclate. Iks MoVni b alruady has a jniatnianoniUul of itihils liliid. iHOajB I laalPVMsaU "Such organizations as Mio iBachc-lo- r I Girls' Olub should 'bo diacouragad, and two ai glad to hiarp euoh gU-as .tilioao from Odor Itapida rrtiio AMaiiit to cunw Wniat aud thj Kansas imau McCALL PATTEBNS Celebrated (or style, perfect fit, simplicity tnd wlio will Iwlp bneak tho reliability nearly 40 years. Sold In nearly every city and town In the Untied State ana tliough I must dnaw Uio Vjou on Olw Canada, or by mail direct. More sold than aspliunits for itha hand olt Obj.inokw any other make. Send lor free catalogue. Bill." MeCAIX'S MAGAZINE D03.00D Sovonth Stroot, J 3 WA3HIWOYQN, D. C. ftfl a"mflri.t.I ISiti. its urifa. " Jius- bill. Tho wpuld-b-bjv.d wrB ttliat Jw Is a faiiniijr in gjod d.ialiKB a cu'cuiustanous and inaui-lmonl3 MATHENEY & BATTS ll US lCfA.ip.1 Vanderbilt Training School CONSUMPWONiffl LKTON, KY A limited select school for boys. 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 Gold Baths. Extremely healthful location. $4,000.00 recently spent on improvements. NO SALOONS IN THE TOWN QR 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 N FOR BOYS bu-ivj- Iboj-ooit- maestlnc million a month. Invaluable. Lit. Are Ever War. est styles, patterns, dressmakiair, millinery, plain sew ing-- wncy nccaiewors, nairaressinf, TIkum ano (two things orunlaistlngly etiquette, good stories, etc. Only CO cents a Joy and nlWa. But Buckleu's year (wortl double). Including: a tree pattern, at bubicribo today, or send for sample copy. Arjulca Salv3 will banMi iplliea iu any MTONDEBFUL iNBUCEMENTS to Agents. Postal brings premium catalogue form. It soon subdues the itolUng, , More subscribers than any other fashion at w, VSPECIAL OFFER m tnaTwlJnuka you a Hnnanont eua. V toswr. BtuiauoaiaanatsM ottoa H Bowf mosiM. v lD ,! Piftr and new cash prize offers. Address HcUll CO, SN ( Ml W. 17 SL. NCW n I m YM RHEUMATISM Dr. WMtohall's tNEUUTN REMEDY Fr 15 ymit! t SUu4 Rhm4 for aH Urn MM. M1W m1mi riiim Us hm, a4 aMalum ka sBBl ki MAsftS ItVsal HaV ajMAaia KM Bt)V BJHJalSBl VVVBJVBh fJsfJsfHsl J I .Zj.i luiwiTUkoMUi,aaiaL. Im4, Umk m4 Pm7mSik aiA. lalafailaa. - Irritation, ioflanuinatlcn, or It elvus comfort, luvXbos Joy. Oroatost hnakir of burns. Imlls. ulnnna. ftita. brula is eczema scalds, pluipiw, ' skin eruptions. Only 25 ots. At all tlrug- glal'jS. m l WrNf toHta Ia mm MftaM mmSi Stockmei Alamd. m4 hiUh m4bbmic (Ui nlwkls wEaMttM rMitftafaM444M.UriMifc , CMt, wr .Ly BSuUaa4riaill. Hi ihmumHmHmlm aTB mcUs, Mif or II qvtaklf Nstma tk Rhwasts, lushaM, tmtt " laWaNBHIff. v fH "f.fT I Glasgow, Ky., Jaa. 25. Ttod droad-o- d disease among stock da sovvral shaataVoog of KMnttucky.kmown as cny.to-go- n potocmtLng, ihas made ita appearance id tb3 oouaty. Dr. Quango Ptodl-B- o, a .vsturJuary eanaMan .aaja lw baa baaa callmd lu a numuor at oaaea wheuvj Ihn rtjflonnw was untjineHLIoiiftbly oryitaKuB' inntootiiliiag. Aocortilu to onio of thase who ba.ve Uaudicd a uuiubor V MATHENEY & BATTS. lH fcHHHHHflHHaltllalft' a - T NinMA. . s II THE BIG SALE IS NOW GOING ON i I '' v t i Annual Great Determination SaJe l OF THE . CENTERTOWN MERCANTILE CO., Cetitertowti, INCORPORATED. - Kentucky. SALE BEGAN FEB. X ONE-FOURT- 1, AND CLOSES FEB. 10. Bargains offered in every department. H Now is the time to get your winter supplies at LESS than $ OF REGULAR PRICES. COME AND INVESTIGATE FOR YOURSELF. :; t BEDA. 214 acr--u Turkeys for Profit. :; Shutting them up vfuAy wwsy nigh, and tjv ry timii a filiowur ctwrj s MP is you imiwra) dvw. Duwng rainy fcaujlhs Vs. may iiAva io shut tliimi uji and tihum cut again, hai'f a idozjni film .is durwig U10 day, but II; muT. hi daiu if tlw bi!g bundu if or line to'j'jorvMJnig(vin- -t r am to become a iijailiJtiy. lAftwr on th thy are o'd r most of thie trauhlj Place tlia casp of young t drl at and clnanuit a:ot of ground Willi bu DVT- In fcbe inalft t of fi.vidinB yaurg tur-kri- s, that can bj found, a nlaco whjry no Vfigw'aMun is gnawing, cir wtojiy It is thielr wld nnituni mui:tlj carevory jshon- - NieMir allow th.m to fully considorud- - fThie itiiicjc Drfglnal run In ithj .hay fluid tlw hay forit luraa fccanit jjlcila'ing far ahj Is cut. In rthe tall gra-a sudden birds Thu I'.iijis follows wiash tilwlr shower nl'il 02UJ3 tihjm to become mothi:r had to iwoTk many yands finding a hug or iwunm, Oind this drncliMd iwith water, and thu chill Claris of jwuliSry. Anwnloan will oauai many, If not all, of ihin slnglie siio!imi n 'was irkjrtoaps Itiarn into a na;ih-The turkuv i)iao3 f:r the coop to a (Lozkjin small bu'3 bo ttat naah bird, fcjund Juna by thu airi'y oi)lor-n- s, to aw. 1 he on3 of the youngsb-r- s get Only ainmalt i,t has Iw-- n uncUir donwartlca-tic- n and piece to eat at any WW time. Aluah canturies, itihua itihirtse for ie-walking and ILttAj uai'jjng was tlh3 pro- nature which m tuns Uiat the wild gramnw for .'iie gnoiwing ibrood. For has mot jvt fcin ijailiwliy bred out of this reason, do not foed fJhim bo It. Uk tihw Inidlan amd otihur ana) live , much at a timie as yiou would ohloks of titw wood.3 and wiid oour.linj-or young djucks. Tibe beat tUrut feed m-anvrtr to bmcami fully tor young turkMya lis a faairdtbailied eitdill llkj dhe vnoods, Thy fgg, maishmd uji XJni-i- shell Bind aill. air, and uhay the oo'd and thj oi One esg Ohus e.Tved !wit,h a UStila fine thrivie bjsit on a meager dilat, in the gnlt will b,3 onough Socc twwntiy of the oiwn ffleldi aad in tiho tnxa for nooa'.-in- e CmM Eat babies. HniBa "is wihuna .many fall CIuij coniUnomeat and 6rtw Wtrst. KtNtvti by with young (turkeys; itbry 'feed too Jn.uvy feeding muain dusuase liad deajh much at a rimo at firat. Nlewr Maive Pwima. lor thjin. Iwil'jh Mnsii La'tor pan'ilale of fiJid tihj fcurlkoy-ralidM. a Mr. A. Wiien onij s'an'B into tliey uiw through, oajtilng. Thty niay Ikerd, Box 31, bualni ta hi inual iiMmembjr West Burl- have aM the iuri wiaitiur 'jhuy .willl diUlnKl that 'tlw hlrds aivi ti'jill wlild, and ington, Iowa, ait all (Unit-iba that the'.r willd xmdlfiion must wrltos: Whun joung iturkiOTs ano a wuk or olos-.lcouW. TIi'js is woit always "I had ca- 10 days old h !n froding milk curd do, becausii iww do iuit know oisy to tarrh o the Drain cut the wiliiey and alloiw tho oxaatly lujw, .thie matiber turkey oaivs Hv stomach and ourd ito dry before t ied!ng it. FVid ' vV kk far r joung ui the wild Btalte. So small intes- - only as muoh as Xiia jToung iWnds will turlvjy, old or young, will lxtir tlnos zor a (number ot 0'iean up quickly at a time. As HJhey Xor any grnjilt ImhsMi W tiling. years. I went grow oldior, dry bnead and aliopped Tliulr w lid Jiatjun s dMimaiiid tnijdam to a number onUn.3 may be mixMd with tlw curd, arr'o. 'm-.y nuwt Juivu Mj or dl- -. and till of doctors and and finally f wd mixiJd era'.nM why so uiuny ifall of tin Tlw got no relief, LIq3 on young turltuya arie fa"al. b,3at ivt5iilt3 iwi'Uli any yioun? tiutunaU and finally Novr allow itlue filrst one grut into , or my is that tU-- du uuoit lal!o.w one of the liock.'Glabe Daniooruit. doctors sent comjil tliui, lit uikj uM ux.i'svj uvery me to C h day of tlujlr llv&. Tim pulaj l ats and I Consumers would Like to Know. fast In tlw young arxiniU, und durmet the same ing ho tarly Hii is of Ufa Cu wilu'.ch Underwood, (majority Chalnnian fate. They It builds train and ivitul uiijitm for in the House, B'nte3 hoy saiddot noth- - of he (tariff popgun bills ito Udhat one later large aiiid vlgJintoiu iiwjuaitfjviH 1 pass id could HaaaaaaBHv,i MeaHeaBHiB ibady of itho jianUi of Uuj uinmnlVi will miaky a ing for me; in (tliat body this Mr, A. M. Ikerd. must be In uaY.v. ua- 'Iilu bulld'ag i said I had bubanit'al rwlua'doai In tite Unuy paid cancer of the on inuwna of sugar, 'but wiltiliout of a god frjinvi and lwjiltliy vtol or J60,- sa cm mat tukM ji'Uiaj um'm-- ti'ie Btomach and thero was no cure. I althe hi ded twieauo of young animal .bu laibundaiiwe KC kx.,r- - most thought the same, for my breath 000,000 a year derdwd itrom I'llw for-olwas offenslvo and I could not eat anysugar broughJt tlhi'o bills coun uie at fiwiuemi Anlijnvullii. thing without great misery, and I gradYoung tturiknyHi Qjwai M Uuiuidjlc ually grew worse. try. "Sugar is owe ot Ww aint!cle3," animals, mu-i- t ihavo bxiarcfcio on uUmi "Finally I concluded to try Peruna, saya Mr. Undnr,wood, "iihat Bckw night Kround ivii(y day of Uulr Mud if and I found relief and a cure for that Into the liome ot rtiw oonuuivr, and you KiViwat tiluiin to itvie, and muMng dreadful disease, catarrh. I took five any reduction wiliil iuw.fll't line Conbottles of Peruna and two of Manalln, sumer Ui- ilu- - joitng bliuuyi iUvu is nilwut dlraotly." Thj Deinoonatic I now only Imnoiiitiaiiiit KUit In najlalang tHium andnothing feel like a new man. There thvOiy that tihie aballi'iLani or iduotilou Is better than Peruna, and I of The nest J; ny. You muit nut lit keep a bottle of It in my house all the a duty on Bin Impoiited at1tilco is by 1 uniting in tfu wvt time." followvd by a oorrosiwntdliitg shcin reducm. wxieds and tsua&i, for wmt Jjodtosinljia Ask Your Druggist for a Piwj d'uruua tion In Uw price to consumers aa fallacy so cljarly Almanac fur 1912. aimoat Instant dcuth to young'. Uir-- j iiroviod by esju-iri- N-jnd w-- Texas ranks flivit, Missouri saoond and Rlioij Isfund third an tlw praduc-- . Won of tauj lurk-- y ie gr a'. Am iri A fieW can irs ago Rhodu Is land was ifaniou for its giuit numi but. of bars of vera- - Hrge iurkvys, laU yuara tlw induAry tlwru has foU-u- i Iojw owJng ro the disease call--o- d back head, .winch dodroyi.il moat of the b'Jidd. York marks'. On thy turkeys of firm ein.ls.li have brought as h.'ch a3 40 amt3 a ixmnd $1G far a faiirgte (bird, as much as a Parse nog. Tib-ir- e in Is pjrtiara mans morny turkeys I'iiam m auy rjtiwr (bruniah of the live block bu:inui3. fur Ithuae ho till can ucwsifully eur tire young th-- y ore able to forugii tor Clwmsij'.ve' The great fUroublu is that the young s.a toidt .that a large are cent, of tlwm die at a tjw days ltr or a few w.jeks of age. TIj those who Ijxtji ,tdw swalit of brooding the young and haw ampli iranig.' (Cor tha old to oratgjJ'jhureJs a onluni? tin this h'-r- 1 keys. In the .wild state It Is vury kntiw UWy tkit tlis niuMwr iturk-- y Just where 60 take Mine ibaby iturla ys when Mi 3 (low was on, wh 11 t3in i t?.' tatlon was wj. whh ra'.n and whn llu ground is most place's iwlas flood ed wJ'h woi'jjir in ra'ny turn 3. Th-i-r prlmxt.vj lioni.?, ih 5 foivi it, (bad a dry floor cov - d with diid ioav o and twigs the ntir. y ar. On i.Hs dry and clean fl:or itbe young ibrood could wa'k at any .time without giijl; nion.3 Oban iyir f let damp. The turlwy h jn, or Aba comman h jii which broods tlu- - young turk.yis, imust be ViiK in a dry oaap cr a liar ble inolo:iine t.ll 01k yieurig aw sav-Bhauld al Awjjks od. In fast, fth 0 giro-wal be n arly one-thllowing comnYj'je to vjumi a will, vsrjia ally en thj fanm wlur3 graas In tlwre ana iai'l i As or On which ithoy might b onv rwjt. dry op a sreund 'ill y may be alilow- a--- is in a dry wood lot, v,Vh no sunrpuni wh-f- u Ing vgTj'ai'icin, or in n tlw grass is kj)t vory cUj'y crapiKid g anby sluep or ether with imals. An old orchard jasturvi very short grass is au xc Jkflit ij'ioj for Mi j CD.ip. Iluij tiii iihadii and tor age ane Id .til. Gtj'jtin orJy their fo t wwt will not injure young turkeys. Gj tiing the f jath is and body iiet is iAhat iU.' U13 damag. Always ko j tinm coop ed in the morning till after Hhe dv is olf th-- grass and nv.bds. 3Iciw tiu wjed3 cd uther rnk herbage nbout tlw grounds and along iUw funcb rowb pi-iiui- ij obse-browsin- higher now thnii wh n it iaul a duy of L' citvs a iwund. Tlw last Congress put hld3 on h- frw iiat. Ana ahoes cluaivir? talk nbout eho-i- s is that (luilr price will ba ndranc.-d- . Ktir a ii.nie. onoe tliat it Is atrango any politician .should cou'jimw ito fop at dt. A good many yvans ago Osngp es d'ultl.-- to lf adnut cjftj-- frea, a sVp talrtin in cf what was callied a fuw breakfast iabl. IJut oof&o ,'s a gn.at dal d ba-h.i- Craig, Luther, CO aenca Durbln, Frank, 15 acres Edwards, G. T 20 acres Kuiivieiidoll, G. O.ti.'i NO. 3 Uo-Ji- .. .. R., SO acres.. 3.S0 4.0'J 4.S3 S.-- Edgar, Stewart, J. A., NO. 22 70 norvs 3 Hatcher, J. W SO ncivs .... Jones, J. W., 10 acres Parks, Mrs, L. T., 10 acros.. NO. 5 .MAGAN. .. ..$2S.S3 7.45 4.20 1.75 $2.10 10.13 $9.90 5.C0 4.30 2.35 3.S0 8.19 OLATON. Hurt, dolin, ILall, J. W., NO. SO 3 acres acres $7.43 3.S0 BIdnatr, Nolghbors, lrs. Minnie. Bu, 21 72 40 aoru .. .. .. .. U''-iv-- ut SPRINGS. 1- -2 NO. 23 UUFORD. h,;r,3 thw jpuug am lLktl'y go. t a I13-fo- re tat tur-Jtri- ys CATARRH OF THE STOMACH , Hry CrMy ng $6.00 Bratclwr, V. D., 43 acr Dooley, E. Ifc, 1 acnes .... 5.S0 Willie. S acres .... C.00 fo'JowJng a givat in diw iii'jvs, bk, duty Coiigr,4s suspend-of G7 Stono, Sirs. Molly ,C aorvs .... 1.73 o as on a ton of coal. But no coil NO. U CROMWELL. produ! mine In twciuse foruign 12.S3 Baize, J. L., CO nor-at cinai marljd vv fix ilr vuCrs for Dais, Mi's. J. A., 103 acrvjs .. COO on Stra'jton, J. P., 35 aciyjs .... C.C0 Til 3 Republican itolxj p3tu sugar has b nin Jo nui'jiu'ain n Hiial.l NO. S NORTH ROCKPORT. duty and ncounago iprjducticni withAnderson, V. A., CO ncre3, on-in our wm boundi units. Gurmuiiy $16.55 tow n lot mom 6Ugar firom and Firanc-- gjt Dibble, Mrs. Eddie, oiw town tilings us-'-. At bfe'a Uian thry can 2.20 lot they huvie iald a iboun y on tlw Ha'e Fulkerson, R. B., 16 aores .... 5.25 surplus So foivlgn of ithilr sugar Heck, Mrs. Nannie P., 1 town counitnles, and as a ccawequionoe isugar 4.53 lot has otcaionally be 11 as low in EngLand rum, S. I., 2 town lots .. 11.50 land as 3 a poiutd retail. Un- Porter, Harden, 32 aorjs .... 8.75 Republican admitiidatnaiiiun our der Singleton, Mrs. Mary, 75 acres . 4 DO beet eugar Indus irr' iha3 b-- j m raiiidly TUtord, J. S., heirs, (by O. W. develoid and grownrts of oarae bugar itowin Talford, Agent, 1 also liavri been reasonably pnott'jo'ed. 4.53 lot would To iralsM aM our own eugar NO. 9 SOUTH ROCKPORT. ke?p J100.000.000 a yac nit home. $1.90 Chairman Uadowood oughit to know Brown, V. F., 10 acres that the removal of tilw duty on. sugar Fulkerson, A. L., C3 acres .. 12.00 would not benefit comsumens. If he Fulkerson, Mrs. Mar', CO ockh 5.30 thinks athjrrwise lot him explain the Heok, Mrs. Minnie, 2 town lots 6.10 4.90 exporUanoui with cofu, hudes and Sbafer, H. B., 2 acnes 5.39 White, L. J., 3 acres coal. Gloho Diemoaiat. BEAVER DAM. NO. A Wonderful Offer. Pool, Geo., 141 aores and one 18.23 town lot Rapub-ca- n Bead the Big Offer ot The on another page ot jthds Issue Embry, Mrs., P. J., by J. E. Emory, Agt, 1 town lot.. 8.10 wherein you can this paipieir, TCw Poo-piNO. 14 WEST BEAVER DlAM. Fawner & Stockman and the Popular Momtihly, orw yaroaoh, Fuqua, C. C, 4 town lots . . $17.95 amd a full size 16x20 crayon unJairge-men- it Leaoh, J. A., Adnir., 1 town 5.70 lot 2DU ALL for $2.05. acres, 1 Rhoads, D. S., 22 14.95 town lot 10.00 Stevens, J. H., 30 acres Lac-jfiel- d, s Dawion, L. J NO. acres 30 BAUTLETTT6. Armstrong, W. S., 50 acrus .. .. Eveirllng, Mrs. Mary, 20 aor.js.. J. E ftintlett, acis .. Hohelmor, .Mrs. Mary E., 61 acres Martin Mrs. Sillfe. 115 acres.. Smith, J. L., 147 aors NO. 32 ARNOLD. Johnson J. R. 23 acres Unsown J. Wi, 200 acres .'. Rrfrqw, J. N., 50 aorvs .. W. L., 100 ocn-jStratton, R. J., 140 acnes s C.t5 3.S0 9.S5 4.50 G.00 Simpson heirs, NO. 33 Mrs. R. 52 acrui .. .. .... .. .. .. 15.30 2.15 RENDER. Caruer, J., 1 town lot. $3.03 COLORED LIST. NO. SPRINGS. Crowe, Fred, 1 acre $4.20 Sullenger, Pto'ton, 1 acne .. .. 3.S0 NO. 8 NORTH ROQKPORT. Napier, John, 3 aar $5.30 Tuns'ill, Nathaniel, 1 torn 6.65 lot NO. 13 EAST BEAVER DAM. Benry, Wcs., 2 town lots .... $9.85 3.80 Eldson, Grant, 1 town lot Render, Funk, 61 acnes 13.00 .... KO. .15 MoHBNRY. gt es 1- -2 s. CASTOR I A for Infanta and Children. Till Kill Yn Hivi Always BncU to-j- Bears the Signature of Z& Ashby, R. C, 1 town lot .... Miller, John A., 6 town lots.. Thomas Geoirge, 1 town lot.. United Mine Workers of America, 1 town lot Wakeland, Goo. C. 1 town lot NO. 16 CENTdSRfTOWN. NO. 2.75 37.09 6.30 1.C5 3.25 . ."i IVO.-4U- SBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBVLaBm 1 I J 1 lot .... 4.55 By virtue ot itaxos due mo, the Aahby Riuhand, B., towinacres .. 11.95 70 Chapman, W. Sheriff of Ohio County, Kentucky, I 2 towui lots.. 44.30 will on Alonday Fab. C, 1912, uxiioso Chapman, O. F 4.35 Romhlll, John, 16 acnes at public sute at ithe Count House Tioliaior, W. A., 1 town lot.. 5.00 door In Haa'bford, Kumtucky, uutiwieun! Ttioheinor, John and Arvln, 20 tne unouj-- ox 10 a. in. ana 2 p. in., 3.80 aores the following lands or so much ithunoNO. 18 EAST FORDSVILLE. of as may be iwotfcsuiry to produce Brown, Stave, 1 town lot .... 8.00 the minis retiuliied, viz: Qoinpage, Mrs. Sallle, CO ocius 3.S5 NO. 5.00 Huddien. E 1 town lot Boiae, Q. N 90 aores 9.00 Withers, John D., 1 town lot 2.C5 Stwwart, A. II., 10 acnes 4..'0 NO. 19 WEST FORDSVILLE. NO. 11 'HORSE BRANCH. Rogers, E. P., 1 town Jot .... 12.45 Boise, G. E., 8S acres G.03 NO. 20 ABTNAVILLE. Ferguson, Al., 39 aoiva E.7C Vogul, Goo. L., 1 town lot .. $3.83 7.7 Stewant, J. II., 40 ooros NO. 21 SHREVE. Wilson, Thomas, 40 acres .... D,95 Harder, J, W., 40 aroes .. .. 5.30 Wllaom, Mms. Amanda, 40 acnes 4.b0 Lothom, J. D., 160 acres .... 13.00 NO. 12 ROSINE. Mcador, Charles, CO aores .... 7.45 Bock, W. N., 100 aoies Oboaohain, ilrs. Ruth, 70 acres 3.S0 10.40 10.S0 Sygel, Jamas, 79 aoroa Same 23 acres Clark, J. M., 75 acres Webater, Clarence, 37 acres .. 6.00 14.00 9.85 Wilson, Jack, 78 aores Same 125 acres 2.40 NO. 28 CERALVO Clark, Mrs, Florence, 10 aorvs CraVf, Lou, 20 aca 4.50 Iglataw, W. L, 3 2 aores.. $7.00 3 1-- Land sale for Taxes. Taylor, Calvin T,, 1 town lot.. $6.00 NO. 18 EAST FORDBVdLUE. Hlnes, .Mrs. Ida, 1 town lot .. $1.75 NO. 30 PRENTJS. 13.M) Mason, V. H., 7 aqnes Shultz, II. J., 32 acres 9.55 NO. 1 EAST HARTFORD. Travis, 1. ., 160 acres .. .. 7.73 NO. 2 WEST HARTFORD. Bean, Marvin, 2 towns lots .. $19.50 Carpenter, Olirnt, l town, lot .. 5.00 Ross, Mrs. D. C, 179 acnes .. 33.93 NON RESIDENT. Bratcher, J. C. by A. if. lVoken- paugh, 1 town lot 3 35 Cessna Realty Co., 51 town lata 4.09 Howierton, W. T., 50 acres .. 4.50 Payne, Henry, by W. H. Miller, 30 aoras 4.10 , 1.40 J. F., 18 acrva Stowors, John, by T. ill. Medoalit Paj-uiie- 50 acnes 4.50 40 3.S3 acnuj COLORED LIST. NO. 1 BAST HARTFORD. Ford, Gus. 1 town lot 3.40 Griffin, Thomas, 1 (town lot .. 4.50 Hlnes, Daniel, 1 town lot .. 4.50 Hlnes Sto.e, 1 town lot 4.15 Parks, Chas. H 1 town lot.. 7.40 Phipixs, Green, 1 town .lot .... 6.00 Reader, W. P., 1 town lot .. 7.10 Taylor, Angolirw, 1 town lot.. 2.10 NO. 2 WEST HARTFORD. BassrJtt, William, 1 town Iot..r 8.00 Baokon, J. D., 1 town tat 4.t CoHIms, Jack, 1 town Jot ...,b.j4 NaU, IsabelJ, 1 town lot .. .. -- i'if NaU Bell, 1 town lot Taylor, Dan, 1 town tat .W Assessed by Couuty Owrk; Deany, John, 1 town tat - rfc ' oravos, J. p., 80 aoroa .. '..,U Cox, Faande, col.; 30 acre4;llu,J.7J rr. w. miAiiwr i Wright A. Q., 3 i I j, aWriit Ohio QauBKy. --- .- 'S.Wfr'Uii fiL irvi. jf.-T- --1MH