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Dr. Fred Mutchler, Who Instructed Ohio County Institute, Jtetforft DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS EejmMtcftii' Subscription $1 per Year No. 31 ty duk-gai'j.connn-tnTionfor-mo- r's n. OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1912. ih eo irino!iil tho tuiw. To i ttnolicr muse imuj had a thorough IHVivwatlon la (Ills iiija'al ifli iWj "It Js now (julijj g iw w'j'Ji" oanad-v- l that tlio foMowtng subjects airvs mjajs-sar-y tor tilu irnoiur trni'ivjiig of iniml Nm'iunj fa.utli', al school itmiclv-M- : nuni'iary jwlncJuilcs of iiraotilcail agrlcul tuno, laanli piiy fto'.onai and lijia'i'Jiuj, cjiiioni', nud raoMakl jmlncl-I- 'i MODERATE Carson, of Gmt-rtowmado tluj yacwils n visit Sunday atltor-noo- BOY STOLE s iwtill (be held to ttlost and irobljms in oljmentery bhicfm Utry and lihyj'xs us anjilikju' in tiu dtudy of f.ha! HiibjtiatSj Tho it acln.vB sliould bo raiii'jiijtl to haiw a wurkuiig kinawlwdgj of Uli'jaj subj3'js. Makes Statement. February 11. "RunWashington, ning directly counter to Uu growing rural movmiuiit, school u.ichcrs ore on actual foroo In tho d'populntion of Uu cauntoy districts Tiioy but tho faoni of country boys and girls toward the o'xy, and by Id nUzing o ty life Jin.'' induce a move Jiwnt toward Uio o inters of apulaiton thai often deprives liho couw'iry village of its b ut oltlzvus." Tills declaration I nmdo by Dr. Kred Mu'cMMr and W. J. Craig, two niiAiilxra of (flw faculty of the Wosturn ICtntucky Statu Normal Scliool, in a monograph which tli Uni-tuSia'os lluroni of Education lias BMblishod for tn M dlAributiioih. tendency of tho rural huhool to encourage emigration to liw tit)', says tho government publication, it In cuns-quonof the fact that the cours of study dn most rural kouooIsAj anore Jy a copy of that giwui to oily fcchcnl to Idle children, .without iii.vJroumr.-n- t imd loail injaIs of the country child. As a result or giving tin country cluld (in education Jivodu'cd on cuv tlAkt "Tt lien 1 Jirts, tlw au diora ors ev.,rywh'To, with rare xcupliuns, have ldittliajd o.ty Ufcandunwilritlnsly liavd boon pXent fatford in includiig young nuin mid women to leave the farm and mow ino tho olty. This movoniunt oftwn counts aoij of iht bjjt Wood and brains of Uio ami muni ty Into the city, ofUin to hi tout, .Uicit cd, or destroyed; certainly to bo lo.T. from fine rural oonnnuiilltiy. It is po plbb and night, Indeed a duty,, do dig nlfy rural life and to eave to it au its Inbuxwts the boat ibload of the country. "Tho runal school lias not Gho influence that it Bliould liave. Onw Of lu tho mat thai: tUo uhM ivaoiiri to tho caurao of study is rural life In all its ijlatianii "Wo are uiiltod In JunMovAns IhnT. n soliool bliould train ItB juijla Cur llfo and X'js iwork iwhllo ftfu ao umiila mm of llvhuB mud working. 0'he oourdj rural SHhodl to 6tudy taught dn the day is onUivily tDp nvufcjj Jlloo cource that is taught in Lnu city school; in foot it hat) inun modlfcd to tit tiie thuds of (to WMr iwtfJhout consulting naiough 1U10 ondu that ore to .bo a'jtadmtl da Kihio fonni.tr." 'lick-to-the-soll' iit U-.- a Worst Weather Passed. WobJiiaiglon, &.b. 11. Tlw most cold fyj-jvoro and ltratraott-i- of f (Just ninny y.nrs probably 'Wili Iw lrokjn Uvls wfv!;,and tiio unu;ual wlni'Jtff rAdio has jurtialJy iaralyzod on land and b a UUMn maro' lli riarpOiid ca.u.d untold euITvtJiik in nU initu cf U13 country, wdll ginj nvay to mrxv Otojancro o a.sarontibl ,!o!iii.iratui.'. M10 w.tv'Jij.-- r ibiuvnu do licit pcrraiiisH tlnjro vn"U1 bj no nioro cu!J wavvs liils winii--, .but they jvdCct tlia'i Wiy next woik or twit dajH will J3 tlnj fortn-un- nor of a hJ1 of modnrnriit Abafjlujir. A tini'-s- , bjlow z. ro was rucordMd tin far Sou'Ji as Tfnnsj3, Arkasmns, NoojIi- vrn Toxxis and OUCa'iunia, wild fros'te wro ivcord..d in JLunJ, FJoiiduvKto tluy junJy occur. DIRECT KiNSMAM OF "DEVIL" ANSE CAUGHT Charged With Selling Nichols. Sunday TJio Owvsn&boirp Muss-ingusxid: Marshall BjiiuU Uniltwd States Chorloi T. Nichols has Just rwturn-o- d from a Iocs and Urllous trip, naa.1 und-jgravo iiardaMiis, consrfdjrins Uio si'nto of tlw to a'lhtxr and tlw conditions of roads tauwld, in tilu chargsd. wl h of a man soling liquor In violation of dUo United Stai.s laws. A wurrant canio to tho liauds of Mr. Nichols somo daj-- s ago for tlw llwlng at arrest of Fonsy Hatfluld, MiliTEitown about twenty iiiiljs fruni Loltchfifld, In Hart county. Tho swro wva'Jier dolayd the afiflcer fruni niak Thuredoy Ing Uw tnlii), but on laat monning lw went to LiolatihfiLold by train, and from ywn, in tho night time, prooeMdod to tiio roaldonico of Hatfield, in a, conveyance otxtalni-jd'a-t Ldtchflold. Hatfield Is a dlnuct kinsman of tlh-neoplo of that name, In thM Ea'&ffn part of the etato, tiiio chief of wtuccn "Den-dlAosb HoitDiefld- - This wias howovar, did not dt'teir Mr. iNJahols duty. Ho his from performing promptly located the houai, although ho had never u4an in that neighborhood before, and it was in an afimosit Upon d.ananolng InaccBsalola piace. admiUnnoo the young man ntfusod to aliaw tho of fdocr to crane In. When he was assured that Nichols twos going to get into the hous?, after somo parlwy, the mother of Hansford bipon-e- d tho house and allowvd thy marshal to cmtier. his of Mr. Nichols took charge ppbxwiMr nud in the morning Connnilisaloiiiur before him John iUoo, of IjdtahilKJd, 'aUvjiw Hat-etal- d promptly admits id pis guilt and ataitod that bt) had Ixwn vlotait&ng h law far longer than he could aHtmcim-bo- r, and did not know if he would dlacoutilnue the cole of Hquor aCtwr he got out of his trouble. Tho lh3au-the inniaouwr to bo plooed in (lie custody of tlw joUar at Owonishoio, 'where he iw.lrtil Wwait next tho aatlon of thu gnnad Jury r T pre-seniti- ed d Liquor-Arreste- d by Deputy Marshal tli Ad U1I1 U1UUWJ1UU Ul U14V3 IUC1U. VUU.UU cf study, Hxjiall'.njd to tlw aouds of tilie rural Domvimrajiy Midi taught by tralnwl noamiol groiduajtu. the monograah eays: of a courtsu "Qainadials busiuuls too averago vihcat to iiunal Uohools inorr4U9v.4 thsffa Qlvo tlw tacro 4n a flaw ft artf time. Supiwea (that our rural Uotihuru thio lwableini should sat far fclwnwlrt of ilaciloaaLnig tine corn crop five bualiol' Iter oone iwhot would Ibj (Jhd rtjauit? lu 1910 Ww farmare of Kumtiuckyiiilant od and cut'Jvartod 3,C30,000 awvta of butSwls corn. An Inoixeso of dlvo Iter aero .wuuhl iwm nuulij ttiu ytfold 18,C00,O0O buahiJte tavoro. TJhaas (have ibushola of conn iwould bnougM, Deouinbor at tlio awMTQgvj 1, 1010, iaam tirlcu awwoxlmataly 0. "'iMs inonoy would havo gome directly to tiw nuroi iwiimunU'lqsviheiro, w It is mudh nutodud, and iwtould ooc-of vast imiittntaapo In aoiivlng "tlw iirobUsna itihat couiTipant our rural pxxnle." SCHOOLS CAN HELP CROPS. "What tiio rural eoUoala oan do (or lininoving corn culituro lluy tfan do for any ufJiur farm croo, if thray mdojA a rational coumaa of titudy and Idiautaav toaolKffs wdo con Aoatfli th3ni Fontiufli(Uily and offllcloiKUy. of agrJauVjurio aw pnlnolal lirootlcal ootohor dlfflcuU to loam uor (nkaonno to ttoob. Tiw GUbdat WcwaJs (to mura (bo iiunils .bocauso It ooniKM wKttito scapd of tholr iuunodlafae lnft.lrctp. lm "Rural Ufid aan oe woodmtiflullyi tbo unAtod aMomta of lavprovod by taaoher to proniota njal, BWivuitaa, ui- llfthig UuhLQt Umwigb laiiatoTttdUoui In prlnololiGii and pirapUoe of twiiioul- th-utXrjc-tlvoly May. Gas Well in Magoffin Coupty. " 5.-gas aaloTamville, ICy., IVtb. well of 33,000,000 cuvblc fleet naipaclty was onougftit dm this tnonlag by the Burndog Fork iDwvoTopnueailt Cqnupany. It da located on Uw farm of M. M. of Clve miles Salyer, aoutilwast SulyensviUio. .This .well te towUid y ls V tho about oneWuidrod yards wall brought In by lUho buimo com pany a hort time ago. Famuur Senator C. D. Bublatt ad Ifojunor county judge M. F. Patrick ana among tho TUo promoters dn this usitortpnteid. comiiQaiy Willi aak tor a gas Cramdhlt for fehe itcfta at onoe; tan Al.x,tlie ll'ile pn of Mr. and Mm. ty (two dijl.gaUa that will he'p ncipre-sj- nt FORTY DOLLARS John Jchr.i3on has pneuman'a. Kentucky at tho National Air. J. D. Roger3 anil .little Bin, Joe Pneolnot ooromOLttea iwiIH b B., of Holller, vlsltl Ills daughter, he'd on April C piovlddng thg fcwmmlrt-twa- in ilns. P. D. rinjddjU, tout wmU. an ane oLoti.d ait a masts fcanrven-Mo- n, Furnished Foundation for Comprise 980 in Every One Mr. and Mrs. Word, and whero precinct uloottons romalni3 of their little daugh are held, the date has boon sot toe Fortune. Thousand. tor, Mary, of Houaon, lux., annjvM May 4. F.fitijen daju af'ter nidation, ait CJlie lioni of Mrj. Wordii all ccmimljtooj will organize for the Mr. and Miiis. L. D. B.inneCt, Tujaday next four years. Of All Alcohol Users -- Report iB'ernwnt will bj at lJoila OJmlJJ.'r Now Desires to Give All to Church today at 1 o'clock. Utitb Marywaa Circuit Court Notes. InFrom Which He Took of British a beautiful child, Idylls d (by dvjr ro'a' The following Juny trials have tooaa tlvoi and a fa.voru.te of all. disposed of in circuit count alnoe last Ddar Money. spector. parents jou havo (dio sympathy of Friday: the coinmuni'jiy and the awia.t nasur J. B. How and vs. M. H. & E. R, R, pjnie of J bus In thiosvi iwcrds: Sutfor Co., conitdniujd Nam York, Feb. 14. In 1878 a (Uult.Hl Siaities Bnowrais' Yoir DooU.) llttJe ohlU!.ivn (to canu un'o nvs and boy s'ob ?10 itram the SunWay3 Lisa s. L. & N. R. R. Co., Tlie followdng aiiuars In liho ii.(pont fanbld tlwm not, for of such Is tb day eahool fund of tho Bapi'jiat Ohntl verdict of Jury, $3,000 for plaimttflf. tho of itlie BnWsJli inap.otor und-.i- r ktngtan of Hjiwn. In Brooklyn. The stolen momey beEva Hawi-s- , at at, vs. Advance InobriaNa aot for filno iijar 1909: came tho foundation of ni foiiJurui The Stow Works, default Judigmemt $12- - . to one "Bvtery alcoliol usur Candy Breaking. L. T. Bamiiea vs. M. H. & E. R. R. boy now a man of 53 jans As one of anaJwr of tlireo catosianlas. He Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Chlnn, of Rei- of the wealth leat citizens of WeUOarn Co, verdict of Jury, $45 for plainmay ibo found among iparaonis: ver Dim, gave a candy breaking at Piennaylvanda tiff. "(1) Who xvrrt alwoj-- sUlqtily mod-oiu- fchtlr homo recently, and an enjoyable John Henry Tucker 'was granted But Wlith his advancing agi3 his In Mi dr indulgenoji. and pi asant time ,wo3 Bipenii by all money has become the burdm of his naturalization papers. . dn'-nmonj .fro'ly than is the gudsts. Thasa prya mt. wsij: "(2) Who P. L. Alfcird vs. O. ,W. Embry, et life. The misdeed that gat hrim the aonals'ont wdch Htrlat nioUjrmttai, or iMU:I2j Eltan Oonr.an, ClWfe Aus Clrst dollars has talnjtd all. In ordiar el., continue. are occasionally drnnlc. tin, ClemnuVs Myers,GO)!da Austin Win to purge his conscience he offiara now P. 'J. Rhoads vs. I. C. R. R. Co., "(3) Who are habitually drunken, &' Slaves, LccU:e Auajtn, Ooll to give cent of his fortune to verdict of Jury, $275 for plainfjilif. or ibaing uuxlily sobw, aro eubjitit. to Myord, Alios and EdRh CMnn. Broadiway vs. Robert Roban'son which he ;iilonal outburs's of unsoautrollHible Mjirs. Daivo Ford, Wwsl-- Strivenps, the church B. Wallaic? mobod. dhe trustors Coal Company, verdict of Jury Rev. W. and drunken iu)u. Raj Rlclurdsnn, Rowan Raley, Archl. oC Slio Ba.p'jl-- t Chaiiel at SchtrrnMr-hor- n for plaintiff. "So far as niTnbens of (Mm fLrat etewart, Hennian StrJVens, It irb ni Ed Noll vs. John Taylor, verdict atnoeit and Third avenue wore in ara concemu.-d- , itiliiiD-- Is Untie to Staves, Billy Burtcn, Lji McDanlel. session ilaist night to debate pcrrihatis of Jury for defendant. bo snid; tlw harm they do othesns is LHubert and Gjorgo Oscairand the most rjmarkahle problem that , do Cliron R'cliard'scn, CV.vince nud .tlie harm tlir-ever confronted such a body. Rev, HOUSE BALKS ON themsolvks still mom so. Thi largo Frank .My-jrand CJydi and JusS; Mr.Wallaoi has been made tho sale is and Albjrt E. Ch'nn. majority take ' alcohol bcausa 4t judge cf the sum that the wwali'hy THE PRISON BILL customary, ns an aid to social interPennisylvanian shall metum to tlio Old Citizen Dies. course, to give RilWi to Xocd, or for noting as chanul. He is virtuallv it on ho boduly scasn of wdl-b-JMr. Irad Hlpisly died Euddenly of prpxy for anoth3r man's oonucieno.'. dn small heant fajluno at hU honiij nijar Hefldn Mr. Wallace was in charHi Of the Eli Brown? Chairman of the Presc'r.Jrrs wlien swalb-wcqantitd s. This ibodlly aensj of iwvll Monday iii'ght Ho a1' srupinor a3 usu- - chapel when the Sunday-Echco- d rob- ent Board, Is Happy Over being is (h3 only pharmaoo dynam .it evading and v dried appairkflit. bary was committed, 38 ynns ago. tt'SH thj' desire to exporir.no, find ly well. Later hi3 daug'h'er, Mns. aiary He remembers the boy .who stole Result. more adranoad RIgSB, noticed his bn.othiug was not the ?40 a bright, .uiy Fynaii'jtan of young.them good, and by the time she ds repugant to ibshollzaition could ster, who one day midt with the un 3 Thcjre ii aio otvdlt duo (o such hu was djad. reach his Ky., Feb. 13. flaking expected chance and temptation 'to Frankfort, they for beliig eobKjr, bcaus-Mr. HdpsVy was ony of 6ho old-- t obtain enough money to get out and the bit In their tooth, the havs no d'.ire to be otlwnTisie, and resld-m'- s been see the world. of the county having house nuemheiB in oflfemduacM at toit Is no trouble to tVun to kosp sohsr born Nov. 12, 1821 in the house In The 4oy vanished utterly. None of day's Besstan of the gjoi..ail assemare nc$ called uipon to vjhioh he dVd, and was threfor-- 90 the church people heard from him un bly Bhelved tha Aitherton prison biUr bocauso th'-oxorolso contjol over dodn.s tliot do y, .ora and 3 niandhs old. He iwasr mar. til a ftJtv days ago, when his letjtur praviding for a comanl9-slo- n not exist. riled dn 1858, to whdah untonlhi ra "ere to Dr. Wallace arrived. ot four members to be named by "Although this desicniptioin nopllaJ The letter told of the theft, and the governor and passed the Bubati- to 'die largo 'majority of B'ttotilo' tnorl-orathe writer said that he first made bid tuite bill, oftjred by RepreJsbnitnitiiv oJcohcd users, there ana a few way to California, and with fjha uw Elwood Hamilton, of Franklin coun nianiibirs of the ohm who njmaVn of dollars 'that remainrd to hCm afti-- ho ty, providing for a commission got there he struggled along until be three mcimtoeirs, leaving sab.ir witliistandlng thuoxlat-enc- j it optional with itho governor as to wheltihi r they of some measure of defilre, and found work. who, dn caiis.mucnno, desorve credit Ho "made good." He obtained bat shall be Dumocrois or RbipublioanBu feater places in rising Buccsedonw. Soon In other wnrda, thfo for ithiulr sobrUtj'. Such persons, as he was able to go Into business for ture of tine Athenton bill dode not ata rule, have acqulned a knowledge of. and liking for, tho sensation himself. In thf.su day&jthe Joy of suc- tach to the BubsUtute, and the quesoxc-ss-s during attjd wi'.h alcoholic cess and (the forgetfulneEB of youth tion of whefher the RKpubiicanj party de- youth, and by the euba fluent kept his conscUnce from worrying shall be giiren ropneeonfotion' on tho havra become va'oiwnenit of him about his one crime. He had ac- hoard ot prison commissioners is put orable to negulato latfr life wltih cumulated a goodly eum of money up to the goviemor, he having the Posanjsftng a fair dinary prudoncs. and conBdderable propenty when be appointing power una.? tbo meastoiiegrlty, sandaid of phyeho-neuroti- c di3clded some ycor3 ago to ragage in ure. When naked tonight, what ba for itihoni a new oiterprise. He moved ,to the thought of tho substiiluite, Gov. Mc- It only became necessary Oneary eadd ho did not objocjt to At. to fortify by exerols) an olrkody i.ttlat oil dtatrtat of Pennsylvania l, CONFIDENCE IN LEGISLATURE. lug Again fortune favored him; His in order to gain "I have confidence in Wa chambpooBoasions became gneatcr and gnjiit- suffi'clent atmength to counteract tho er, his position more and more distin ers of the lagiisiflj'ure," ba Bald,"aud influence of acqudtied desire guished. He is today a power in the do not believe they will pam any "A brief mentdon of thds stinkstly moderate aeoUon seems naaesaay becommunity whive be Uvea. There as thing but what they think la night, probably not one of his acquaintances and for the best tatieues&s oanse of Its magnitude, In order that of una HIPSL.EY. IRAD may ha a due Bense of proportion who would believe lhit this man stole state." Eli Brown, chairman ot Oho pres maintained .when deaildng .with other born two chdldren, one dying in in- the foundation tt his riches. . ent board ot prison comndsBlonaw mailer, but more lmpantaat, filrs. fancy. Bjsldus his doughtier, ftmes 50,000 Years Old. was all smiles today, folddwdng the Oi'fai.TmlBe tbo manbors of thfla 'sec- Rlggs, he tovieis three grand chtldnan tion are of no Interest to us; they and (two gneat-sranNew Haven, Conn., Fob. 13. Prof. passage of the Haandilton BubBtituto. chdidiien. He require neither N ht-lnor pity; and proCoasud religion in 18C7 and was a Bowman, ot the Yale geological de- While ha .was those s. B'dudy who claim to know blm bust amort may well .be left to care for mjm(ber ot the Me'jhodlst Church. Mrs. partment, after a more canutul of the bones found by the that he .would not be dlsplejaeejl if human S. E. Duke, of this oity, is a niece from ot rdhe decea'sed, and oi'jtiendeid the Bingham expedition to Plaru, tRttmnf.! the house and Bonate failed to reach "No BtoiUettcs are available which any defilaito lafoiunatian as to funiral, which took place at Shinklo their minimum age at 50,000 jiepais in- an fsroament on a pntson measure proportionate number can ba obtain Ohajpol, Tufjsday afternoon, tho Etor.vi-03- 8 stead of 10,000 years, Una oroginial es throughout the entire oeaalanj. In event, he Bald Harvey McCutoh-eo- n, general obsettwaitiloii, ed; but, from D. timate. The bones Ware locatwd under that ibaing conducted iby Rev. iR. ot knowledge oxtaneh-another member ot the' boacxL, and an about ono hundred feet of alluvial eodl Bannott. would continue in office another tiwo habljual druakenntcas and nao drinkof the glacial age. jiears, unless an extuu aeaaloni Ktdre ing iu all class's, one would be SHULTH0WN. Republican State Convention. called, for the cxproea punpase of to suggest as a (dgune for the Feb. 10. Health in this community Thursday passing a measure that would bust strictly moderate, about 980 per 1000 13 The Louisville Herald ' . . them eventually. I of all alcohol users." The fechool. mhdeh iwo thngfat by said: indorsing Adoption ot a resolution MIsb Addle Tujilor, of Boover Dam, NO CREEK administration and Ainiversary of Cotton Mather's cloaed here aJn. 26. NolwlUthstandlng President Tajfit' Death. Wttijnd- - urging Kentucky, ReuiUblloaina to re- (ho Feb. 14. The aahool at this plaoe the snowy, ooddv Monday .was the anniversary of the i good to the: tast. Which Bfpefll nominaia blm as tholr Btanduindb oarer. anoe 'was la progroBdng nicoly. was thi fea'jure of the meaulng of the death of Cotton Mather, No;w England Messra. Homer Liudley and EMs well bt the touchier and BchCoL a divine, in 172S; ot Ethan Alien, leader Ot QronxwulilAvdU RlpubUcan State Cenitial iComnKlt 'Monday- Mdaa May Roaora, Henrjr went to Llvermore thi Gait House jwatoVday atltternoon. On ot tho "Green MounCaiin Boys" and Mr. CharlteB Wariloy wiho hois been teaoh tho Binning team at tflilto iiilace. Run, ly one dlsBenAlng vo'oe iwaa naked ag&l as author of "The Oriole of Reason," the Mr NorMUa Ross, of Pond attending school b:ne for eanie Idnvj at this tho resolution, when A. T. BUi-ir-, awpivi Clrst atheistical work published in Pit Ivlhtrty, Cas- will t.ch the Hall Bohiobl roturn3d to bis home sentkng the Eleventh DtaWat, n.(tusedi Anerlco, In 1789; ot Commodore Iaaac Is a ploca. ,Mr. Ross Is a good Iteioher. ey county, Monday, Ohanlea Logan and w1Jo duonit B f3W to voto for V adaption glvilng as bis HuUrAmorlcan naval hero. In 1843; promJfling young man and during bia tho stay here mad) many fnlenda Helwefl days wito friends wjar Bja.vur Dam reason that he ddd not care tosptjak for of Richard Waguor, of Jobs 27,000 RpubUcona whoaa opindon ddf- - openutic composer, dn 1SS3; accomtpanlied home iby bis faictihter Rev last ,wiaok, fened as to who should deadline; motion Tucker, a distinguished Virginian, in Fred Hocker, Jie&jle and Roy EU Wesley Mho Willi moke his Itertlier 1897, and of Gen. Joseph 0 Bheftby, epoit acwaral daya twiitthfjilkind al ticket ihia yrnr. a wi3tos vlalt- ewaa'.on tho ConKmfc'jtoi Confederate cavalry comniandor," also In executive Mr. Alex Bjnmtt and family ot Be- - In ttola comnKunt'.y. olanq in 1897. Savoral from this iMlelnrity iwienit to syieotwd Loutevllio as the of da, 'has mcniad into (toe propeiiy tor tho State Coavetution wt which Mr. John W. S&nAcrtur, tvoently pur- tho mite of Rur. Goatlon'M today. STOCK PEAS. Owing to tfuo continued cold widaitb-o- r, four dilaspa.V.B rwilll Ibe eleotMd to repchased of Mrs. WlWlo A. Bonnotjt. tamge Mt thio .Na tarnwjB ore Ibuey feuding and niak- - resent Kentucky at Nice WMworwill Seed Peas Mit. Mary Ward 4a very alck jbX, (tills lnc Ckvw. Tlnios are dull now but tional Republican Canjvcmtiom. The for sale writing. Hartford by Mis Flydldda Foster jwtote aft'jeadlni when waruiur iwuwUwr comoa iwe will Statu Convenient will be IvM wM BLACK & BIRKHEAD. - ou April 10, and on April 6 "the coun , sohool pjt Itottttord, and Ptrof. 0. D. st buy. pan-ntd, to k y $3,-1- 25 iseo-fciprobl-aniatilcnil-, y SVa-ksisng high-spirlityer-MHflfty-HHra- of oi ajlf-oowSr- Starts OomxmUcan Diatrlct camm'jOdcs will namio .the Itwen s to thii - Dla-aa.s- d Jhwni-selvo- &tja-ien- n DHan-kianab- lp g Ii ..jJL . . t 4 . i on my jiou liavo a nwi.mjt to ho wrafje to him, Wicodmorw Witfeiorn They buckled down to It tn a bjhalf I should llko Co linvo it kno,wn way that thrilled the heart has aliowia mho fpm'-i- of a mid. And BAD ROADS of O'Rourke. In a trice they wero sine, for hl loyiaVy nnd hl that I am a young man of good liancst doubting out past lines of tethered chamajiir, who Ju CrawiVjil tlw world fanitttsitfc jlioush fditaybn, Col. mehara, past the white hillocks of Watoorsau ovur and .ml' tljMrm but uiu con- till ru is rww bamtlalv-jthe officers' shelter-tent- s and, like tho cvxw; Koimuclty girl for Ajla'don, a of F.lwlda, Wo tmu ocm.flJ(ljni- - of sentry, throwing themselves down s wiipiy-oimy wi f s .My ng yvjt m u'uig Wooirow Wilson VvwiMi 1 upon the ground to tnko shelter of ii.v lVibnuvy 10. I mould lilw aj ItilVMr. whatever Inequalities the face of tho U the IwadwrnieiM at SaiV: County As Well As Ohio ranvli ir's tlaiiftlrtor wilio twno- Minwl desert offered; and their firing ringed Glol3 Inlp for lwr faih r; iaii.ri may wrlto tho bivouac with a frlngo of flame. County. O'Rourko slipped from his camel fTTVy??V?V?V?yV??VVVTTVfVT' als. as I HI niwiwr all 8iia--t in-r-n,f r -and turned to watch tho skirmish. ftp fully.. I itru-i- t yau will pui thla JOSEPH VANC Massed, the Touaregg, in strength into t.lw prop r plaoj fur audi and greater than tho adventurer had be, Some Short Stories. Postoffice Inspector Got "Riled" olil.g-'- , yur moat olwiHeii'.ly, mUSTRATIONSBr " lieved something like two hundred W.M. HtriTCMS. ELLSWORTfl-'OONC . mounted men, in all charged down Up Over Conditions in Mun in, lllalm oriumty, Miho. upon tho camp as if to over-runnd 3-v I cavrmaiTV)o) y iyvitosim vance. AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA J Ml- stampede it. That County. All k.ntU of wl iplioiios and SYNOPSIS. O'Rourko closed his eyes nnd lost Yet at tho critical moment, when and iwvv lwitita njvi-r-il- , (rSatnntay Evonlng lwt.) consciousness with a sensation of fall- it seemed that of a surety thero was Olllo J.uikh, .'ilw glfjuvWc tuwl g r.ifnl wh ui iw N by A. H. I'ato, CITAPTEH t. Tho story opns at ing headlong into n great pit of obno stopping them, they divided and tdn Monto Carlo with Col. Terence O'ltourke Tlio folloing )diurial from eternal. Yet It swung round tho camp in two wide CongMBman and Ilantford, Ky. from 2tf. In his hotel. O'Hnurkc, a military free livion, bottomless, ilipabllcan, of Cawv, Ky Ilanrn lance nn! BOinrthlnK of a Rambler, la seemed no more than n moment ere circles, scattering into open order and KonCuclty, was in amvonjtibluiii' Uf cun.y, w.tll j of iniUTwU to in my dressing for nppcnrance In tlie restaurant ho was Bitting up nnd rubbing sight firing, ns they scattered. Here and 0U1 r day wdMin Wihilng.on4nti wlii'ii below when tlie sound of a Rlrllsli vol.e Leaning Into his eyes, shaken out of slumber tbero a horse fell, a rider throw out Ringing attract his attention, thli.Jv tiw. our Uw laiwr Jiuuk) c ruiiii imiuriiioi with m Ohio counii', wlio mmKiiMJkHJrjtamM out on the balcony ho sees a beautiful by his guide. his hands nnd toppled from his sad- rsftjivinco any cjuin.y Slrl who suddenly disappears. lie rushes wihom roids aiu tlw war, uf to a mutuad to the corridor to see a neatly powned lie stumbled to his feet and lurched dle, a camel seemed to buckle at full hICujii ui'ky: form enter the elevator and pass from toward the camels, still but half tilt llko a faulty piece of machinery; had not soiii for a nuiubir otjvar In eight. A TosoflJoo Jiow dcw Colon 'l "And lVuiairt nnd so gaps appeared In the flying awake. When his senses cleared Uiii'y It was to in tiatire kind mind is CHAPTER possessed him. His guldohnd wings. siK'iiid his djcllniinig jtiivis?" ho nfik-oi- l. filled with thoughts of the girl, and when county Jiwll jxxids (11 tins via he rocs to the gaming table he allows his been overzealous. Uo turned upon the For the men of tho flying column remarkablo wlnnltiRS to accumulate madj Glasgow iliidinuntnrH for man and seized him roughly by the wero picked shots. They had need to "R autifuUy,. ir; Ntuitifullyt" He notice two men watchivieorrtily. ing him. One Is the Hon. Bertie Glynn, arm. Rofono L wis. be, who had such taslts as this to copo Janws. "Ho Ins a fanm, air. djnw itilnn while his companion Is Viscount Des "What the dlvvlel" ho grumbled an- with. Iw itunn id down iwvor.U njiplittil 11011 Trebes, a noted duelist. When O'Uourke !ir. And n Sloan's Liniment is a great leaves the table the viscount tells him ho grily, between n yawn and a chatter Nor for that matter wore the Tou- And a tetrlns of troi'itur, ilivvjry from ui!,rj represents the French government and of teeth for tho air was of whiskj" 16 jni" old, und for mtvU fnjj d cold. aregg the only sufferers. Here and bsrn-remedy for backache It bitter offtojj, and a.ild Co tlw j jiiio,-- Mr that he has been directed to O'Rourke as a man who would undertake a secrot "The moon's not yet up!" there In the camp a man plunged for- a wlfj of Mio sanw age, sir?" and relieves penetrates hero, tdiat ' Wory rural rout out or mission. "Hush, Sldi!" Something in the ward in and on the firing the pain instantly no rubOiiij of tlw ToncnCo golf clubs ghv3 Glasgow oght to 1j diseairdniil, on CHAPTER ITT. At his room O'Rourke, guide's tone stilled his wrath. "The line beyond the tents now and again just lay bing necessary Who had agreed to undertake the mission, a illnmeir tich jvar to Jw aiuVlij- - boys accon.t of Uw .bad roids," Tlr. nvis nwatts tho viscount. O'Rourke finds a Touaregg are all nbout us. They have a sharpshooter shuddered and lay still it on 1'ghtly. '. a'V upon hl3 arms. Even at O'Rourke's It Minplcyis. At tlio itUsJl last fall b..foi. .'.lw ixjuU gait ao passing us throughout tho mysterious letter In his apartment. The been viscount nrrlves. hands a senled packago night" side an officer was shot as he ran to ono cif (ha boj-a-, u tough wunH3t-- r, ns-- infoniKil aa to what rononiiiwmla-jio- n Here's Proof. to O'Rourke, who Is not to open It until "Ye knew this and did not wake the front, and would have fallen had d'j3.lxin3il .to usy any bf lw forte Jw on the ocean. He says the French govlw mad.; ito Jw Dpattimoiiit, bu "I K11I my tuck hurt III the llotr War ernment will pay O'Rourke 25,000 francs me?" and in Vin trancUm tno )rar aeo I not the Irishman caught him with touiivl nii 'his iitaoe, .but 'loatwd luls wo suiy .If lw iw:u i1k:j row, .uid for his services. A pair of dainty slipuas Lit br a lttrtt car in tlie ume lace. "There was no need; we could not ready arm 3 and let him easily to tho pers are seen protruding from under a I intil all llndi ul dope feitttout i.mI'Ji li km.fu. wr.j to UbtiiiMpt Co follow sjiiw of doorway curtain and the viscount charges have moved ere this without detection. earth. As he did so the stricken man food iiiito liinwlf Two ttcks ago I aaw )our liniO'Rourke with having: a spy secreted ment in a drag store an.) Rot a tkiitle tn avx"oni-nwn- d Wh tlw Jcm en jim 0Quns3WajaLih-s- d our rural air,rl ra, lw wvuld Now, they are all and we In rolled an agonized cyo upward. there, try I he (tit application caused Instant u tif '.h- telicl, and now etccpt (or a little still, and Iw 4ll uid his km'Jn a 1k.v may pass for them until tho "O'Rourke!" he said between a CHAPTER TV. "When the Irishman moon-up.- night, ncss, I am almost wrll." who s.tt oppjslto to li!m and wilio Slwuld suoli a tul.imuy liapiwn, " groan and a sigh. room he finds there the ownBoes to his rLLlUlr.lt NOKMAX, WMttler, Calif. er of the mysterious feet. It Is his wife, co.uld stand It 110 langyr, shou'jod: and it Is nui inipruLubk', tlw ip.wkmu guide turned away to rouse the And O'Rourke, kneeling at his sido The Beatrix, from whom he had run nway a year previous. They are reconciled, and mehara, prodding them up, mutinous, nnd peering into his face, gave a bit- "Gj', look at Skinny, ualn' Ills Irrji wold havo uo oiw to b'aiiw lit In opening the letter he had received, he Enarllng and ugly. In another Ave ter cry. For he had found Chambret. .Ul tha way round. V to d'.illw to adv o . Amis that a law firm In Ranpoon. India, offer? him 100.000 pounds for an Indian minutes they were again moving fortlw iwonld Jua- - tlw rvuil coiuLujii of (To bo continued.) Jewel known as the Pool of Flame nnd ward. By the time the silver rim of S. Mnrcdinll wns til (d'sl i cwldn t Irft to him hy a dying friend. O'Rourko tho moon peered over the edge of the 3onw of .Uw road, and wo tells his wife that It Is In the keeping a 'ivfonn niaj'or of Columbus mud did .thwinl 11 worU, for tlw In Algeria. of a friend named Chambret east they were pelting on at full speed, Two Democrats in Exile. a lot of n 'forming biforyj Iw .wan dou',t f iinnish tli on. On '!rlIr, Is forced to as yet, apparently, undetected by the is the best remedy for CHAPTER brag-ca- rt Ono of Uw for "Biwak, bivuk, br.-ak-, fight a duel with the viscount. The on thy cold Touaregg. Aiys ilw has n mud how 'lini; ifoun'.hs rheumatism, neuralgia, nobleman Is worsted In the combat wu tlw ostabUshmunitof a An hour passed, and the chill in the gray rocks, oh a ," at lint jwiut on and acts the poltroon. of n m'U) lung, and air ut ku d iji, sore throat and sprains. las- n- TWj fJnviw out on CuasH 'to which Col. air became more iiTtense; dawn tfas tli,. Flor.da his rouUj. WUhin .",00 jardri Is a Mm H. Rim of tlroolclrn, N.V., IjtmlsvMU) of of ompki'nwn a lot of tUrkloi who bank of gr.ivol suftlui..iiLt to inaki-- t; at hand. A sense of security, of dan- - II ury AVaitiVtrson of CHAPTER VII. ritci: "Sloan's I.lnlnwnt Nthelmt Kcvivoii-gr- :r . hid fomirirly doiw a (or ilieuiaitlsm. I luveusnlslx txt-tiAmsri'ca, iif tlw world, Is now gon good. It toko fli'.m nbbtit on- hour c( it anJ it is grand." ibujiav33 iwitli mni5h;bCkljuUIn South of Biskra there Is always Col. Watiiucscn, In concluding hits jo imll tlirough tdils plao, ami tlwr. Sold by all Dealers. dions-atroublo to be had for tho seeking; Jit cf WosdrsMV WiUon las lias out aud nanisliackwr eld aru otih-n- s on Uw aauw road, a .bad Price, 23c, 50c, and $1.00. couth of Brlska there is never peace. Oiw cf .thcra dark! s, on tho May and insMjj, says: "I shaM go to mj out not bo long. An l o tnr carvt. A guerilla warfare is waged perenSlnan't tli to n3w iwdls to vow npiMiat itllw mui.wr winter tlunw in Florida, nially between the lords of the desert, hai ii'a-- fully a bid. uhoiwh iw Hook why hu oftot.l was ask-eivich 'W:i of tlw iulusraim. on always sj ilaag as Uw im- - in .1 :,m d the Touaregg on the one hand, and llnrtet, wy 115I11 tlit above. It Ls imiiosslblo fur s m 1 gwliw do "W'y am vacat d by Gov. Wilson J shi'l the advance agents of civilization, as lame. lines and raKul tUw of tlw carnura personified by the reckless French not undnntalw ,to fill." Tlw colas. 1 man? W'y, tin, low-flu0 gi In 11 v .lucl vial IWlrr r.'ghc; cmtci lny hoTAibaok Condemned Corps and the Foreign Leha3 1 ift Uw D anocra'Jc party to iu took tli garinsJ sent free. iw& haw to oidml) lunks, Address gion on tho other. Year after year own device. Ho has turiwJ his iback mout'." tlinir horiUJ ba'ano-- i tlwniiolvo-- . on DrXtrl S.SI0IS military expeditions set out from tne upon It, and Wi it to chooaj its own pla& o:il" a dnelws wld", In Bostun, -i Up In Main, a quan'i.jt Criomi 11 oasis of Biskra to .penetrate the wilacda'ji for cam! lw lias Mil. derness, either by caravan route to church choir was aaknd to go niaiiit pUciu tihjj- must "hit 'in niid-dl.tual 'y giv ill tt eaiv blanche 1lhis Is to Iiu-Timbuctoo or along the proposed und tiull Uiroogli, Ui ir 'dw country 'to blag a", tilw tuivra-no-tlw of old. .TUhiv is vjrvlcca Railway route of tho out, S biw unia AC nr tlu pulling th ilr fo I )vr a rich r. suju h.iiv a !ick of Uiat abounding to Lake Tchad; and their lines of burial tlw m siilwrs of tdi quv.i'i.V lo.iving tlw shoo In tlw "Inrtoni." jxuh evince which ontv left liitV? for march are traced in red upon tho Tlwiij ibal ilao 13 wsvi iw. all on .Wis. clmiLvd diito tdia carauigu rJ!tu'. had land. ihi iar.y to do but wai'jt txr '..Hj col- brought tli-jl to u am G and 7 ul'dwr, tscsiw of ,thum ti:vi on und Toward this debatable land O'Rourke on 1. U ha3 been s.nwyara s.m ad baclc to to win. A dlstami ivjIuiiIvm of No. I, and Nos. 1, L' and .' asv set his face with a will, gladly; lor tlw party qui; waillns. A; Ckvcogn blw iwscripj.on. jiw oii.ur (lr.vnu'oon wo ' fought over it astd hunrJd to thenu he loved it. lie had In 1S9C, it ran away, but the colonel of old; in his memory Its sands wero oir "You gen1 lonwn uiustnc Iw l.aijn' " aSantrjd Jo a-- a s.ck 0a l j, has sUll lw'.d braely Ui rough fu bly L&dics! Savo Money and Keep in wvj .had pin ti half No. o, and sanctified with the blood of comrades, ha said. ! to tha 1!il-Nctw Ilo 1toi3 Mwni, Style by Rcsdln- - McCbB's men by whose side he had been proud mile. Uw bultor of us "Why not?" twkl tlw batirjitorn-j- . and, a3 ho Is Ohrawn cut ovk.tr (J10 tall fight, men of his own stamp whose to Magazine acd Using McCall Patterns "Bjcano yp'i all ixjuuVid to din porumpbcrlly ordonod: "Turn tiround friendship he had been proud to own. gito, lw He Had Found Chambret. tlw parity to go to tho ner and go iKiok honw." We woro w: r'c'-.iovrjr at tlw llataiUenlll Mentally serene, if physically the re- gers left behind, came to the Irish- iwvll. Good advilo?, .wWoh wPj oun- I MSCAILS MA&UIKE li ynti tires hard to porsuad?, and bxck wo wvjnt. verse of comfortable, O'Rourke dozed man; he began to breathe more freeat it itiiHlrratii "expect to S3i tak:m. Tlw Boforu the Una on Cthria'imoB ovo, In commenting on our lack of iwrwvi .rt'!nc 1'jr kociiliif through twelve ly, though still the polished butt of a colonel, (n njslgning kudowliij), tiiill two old maids weno 'planning tho interminable j ti lumcil 011 tlio for tlw carninir on anotlwr rout-.- ' said tlw hours of the journey to ElGuerrah; repeating rifle swinging from the sad- gUys .i"t r.iiiiions in tin oriwr which .will l obey- holiday. lutlics niitl hats, to road Chat turnod us diack wns tiot a arriving at which place after eight the dle remained a comfort to his palm. New 1'nslilou UmIciij ed. '"Slaikjr Mollle," sa.ld tlw youngor circumstance to aonw on following morning, he transferred him- He grew more confident, mentally et his road; I.i rarli lutio. .Msi aluililo Information He .falls in making himself ulnar tn "would a long .s'ocklnB hold all you "why," lw addjd, "I'd just gopaolng (for now he ease, seeing tho desert take shape self and his hand-bag- s ill nil l.l.tn.. rtl.il lur. was traveling light) to the connecting in the moonlight and show Itself deso- to mhait ih3 baUs tli? "ep'Mwof his waiiut for a ohnisr'jmfls glft?' through jilacos lllw tho, mtltl If UlTS. Olllf Just n train on the Biskra branch. The lat late on every hand, tofroo )rir Inrluciltiic- II "No Elvira," mid lUw old.'r; "but ought to Sieo senw misundijrs'aniling rodtih Gov. .Wilson, jilauv-on my n inttciii. fullter, .scheduled to reach the oasis a' i Even as he gained assurance from Ho n nlio tixlny nr scud by allowing us a irwl w of a pair of sucks would." road!" four-thirtfor Irco saumlo coiir, in the afternoon, loafed cas- this thought, the guide turned In bis a iwi.3ik-ea- id panty at Col. lianvjy's It loolts as tliougli It (s gains to McCsll Pattens n ill ciiaMo you tn make ually up the line, arriving at the term- saddle and cried a warning: "The Touyour Indian Killed on Track. ortn liiuiip. llhy)irmiil,aiuls clmlilBirfor homo on tiw summer Rooh-jldinus after dark. youriolf ami t Ltlds-III., an Indian wont take a dilscoutiinuanco of a Hot of star Noar aregg!" From that moment on both Goast. Theno, for itlw flnat wlikli r,ni l, uttrKcl t'.mo, , In stylo and fit. liW-ynlwforj The Irishman, thoroughly fagged wielded merciless whips. For out of lil(licrUioJ5 to sltvp on a railroad tiiack and was routoj, as well as rural rou'j-jsCftiB Rend fur i CntalOfUO. , 'but complacent In the knowledge tha' the moonlit wastes behind them had as Iw tolls oe, ha Jiad 'this "nilafor-tuiw- " klllod by tlw fast wqpresu. Ho paid Uw i'aito wiako up to Uw bjiilouaiKes We WU Y Gt Fim titanU fur irptllncr f ibe had left both vlcomte and honor to in. tai Woodrow Wilson, Uwn scrlpuoiis stticinir jur friiindr Huiil ror stJ of tlw altuaUon, aud tlw abeioluto shrilled a voice, cruel and wild, anfto for ills carolessnras .with Ills life. rroinlum ('atalonuo ami CasU I'ruo Offer. able a day behind him, kept hlmseU nouncing discovery and rwoosalty of fixing Ithio roails. THE McOU C0.1PAM, ZJ9 the inception a candidate tor governor of Xw Oflttin It la tihat way iwlwn jwiaiplloinag-wU3 Wtsl 374 St, HEW T0 from bed by main for half of the chase. The fugitives had need S3y, to whom dw said fthait ,lf lilwna coughs and colds. Don't risk Wo hawn'it said half wio fcwl llko the night, while be made the rounds of no sharper spur. ' was nothing beyond a saying, but will savo tlw no-- t for your life wlwn prompt use of Dr. of cafes and dance halls. In search of A rifle shot rang sharp on the echoes would bi unifiltMng for tllw pn uklunt King's Now Discovery will euro tlwin auoiiifcr itlmo .If w can hold dn till a trustworthy and competent guide of that cry, but the bullet must have of Prlnootou to ibacanw a Candida j? then. no easy thing to find. fallen far short. A moment later, in- thoPc'Xor. In soma iway it was convey- and so lxiwvvnt a dxngurous thapait or The French force by then was three deed, they opened a brisk, scattering lung troublo. "It ccunpL'My cured g Just Half in Bed. .him, .then or lajt-jr- , 3ays out from the oasis, and no doubt that fire naturally Ineffectual, though the ed to me ln a short time, of a toniiltble blgg-- r Clyde.Ky. Mrs. I. A. IXx:kcr writes was in'vww, and he eince it was technically a "flying col bullets dropping right and left in the umn," calculated to move briskly from sand proved that the chase bad got tolls us .that Iw Ctill to tlw plan in oaugh that followed a &evjro a'Qlack from Clyde, "I recommend Cardul, a, of Grip," writes J. R. Watlts, point to point In Imitation of Touar- within range. tho woman's tonic, to any woman in tha wiay of raising campaign funds, Tex., "and 1 rosalnod 16 pounds noed of egg tactics, hourly putting a greater a .remedy. For fivo yars, l Even with that warning, the end soraio of which wuru usiad, and thai. Quick, In .weight that I ihad last" distance between Itself and Us start- was nearer than he had dreamed or up ifo tluj pa'jnit of his BUgsu-sfjiowas unable to do my .work. Half my tit Such a statement, coming from ing point. Moreover, the pursuit con- hoped.' It came in a twinkling and as safe, njllable and giiarantaad. COc an tlmo was epent in bod. At times, I Tliamas F, Ryan a a lllcwly ounAnlbu-to- r, templated by tho adventurer was one unexpected as a bolt out of s. the cashier of .1 bank, shows what ?1.00. Tnlal botfile trwe at all clear a could not stand. At last I trlod Carno qu'.ati!on was over tola-id-. Tlw attended by no Inconsiderable perils. sky: a flash of fire ahead, a splttul m dul. Now I am inll and haipy,aud confidence responsible people have broad infonemco Iw SJ.'kis lo 1 two is By dint of indomitable persistence, snap and pttt! the song of a builet unflagging and such In- speeding past his head. that Wilson did not iwnat to Imtold K. P. A. Should go to Jackson. can do my own work." Don't suffer in these pills. Mr. A. L. Wilson fluence as ho could bring personally pain, headaoho, backache, and other after trying them wrote: The guide pulled up with a Jerk. tlw nanws of csuMlni'ioiu. Ho uslaot Since fJw tpru3 of (ilw Btnto aii1 to bear upon the authorities, O'Rourke no and only whan fold of nation lias Wioa mitorkiiBva'fliltiud (hi womanly misery when your own drug "I havo used Dr. Miles' Nerv O'Rourke, reining in desporatelyt got what he desired a competent and Liver Pills and also your swung bis camel wide to avert tbo phttoarats, eald .that more Ihlamu than iwoplo of itlio inounKaiins lit mlgiht Iw gist has oa his shelf a romody Cardul guide and two racing camels, or n run, on myself, with got a bottl-- for your shelf. good would luauit if their coni'rubu-UonB-with a pack animal that would threatened collision. Simultaneously widli to liold tlw imw'togof tho Rood results. The LIvor Pills sliould biconw kivwn. What the sharp "Qui vlve?" of a French servo their purpose. act so naturally and so easily K. I. A. at Jackiaan. fDxa inijmiboiis Good Chanch for Kentucky Maiden sentry rang out, loud and sweet to wo oro 1 ift to coinolww ds tihatjf that I Bcarcely know that I By dawn they wero ready to start; tlwn could go lionw hod glvu lihulr havo taken a pill. Frequently Ky lAb. IiOulavlllr 13. Anqthor and so, in the level rays of a sun that hear. 'lad rdbUjd n tmailn mid ivadi a itinw d'jcuiy being troubled with headache I of tdw mounrjadn lonusunvj man luu uiiitn.u'ii id to ih.i "Thank God!" said the adventurer turnud In folw mouijy Iwlthoul uxplana-tilo- ii seemed a dazzling sphere of intolertako nn Antl-I'al- n 1111 and set puopw of ICyni'iiOky. Tfhio JiofJVjrsoa In his heart. And aloud, "Friends!" able light, poising Itself In the eastern palloo for aid to a civmiig aiKjd Ww mon iy would havo lw lmnicdluto relief In every case." urn of ians .hoi3 Urn Exjcultitvo t'onumdi'iUie IOita'juciky'a he cried, driving past tbo sentry la a, rim of tho world ns it undecided A. U "Wilson. Sparta, 111. 'Wlitihcut iuo:T.uoii, fin abU unonwriom. ,vpniti for his Mr. Wilson was for a number will look favourably uihwi tahio invira-tilo- n brluVj. Tlhdis Itilmo whether or no to take up its flight cloud of dust 'It id a .nUitvu or the of ivjfonii. of years caslilor of tho First By a blessed miracle the man was across tho flrmnment, the little caraof Miii Ju:kso:i Ojinmioimal i(V.ub. wdld and woally National Hank of Sparta. West, who iwiuiild Tkti, All diils is daUoloiiiS, land nuk-- 113 van rocked out into tho fastness of quick of wit, and swift to" grasp the' JofforaaaUw. Knnitiucky's faliu-i- t onto of to Idw tho desert, tho Irishman in tho van situation of which, however, he dwj'iy iDStut Uw GoUii"il ivJVrnm.fliit Dr. Mile' How ito oiiu'i a cold J13 ti or Maiitiin, In altar. WiUiaim UeUoJouits his sitting a blooded inebarl ns ono to tho must have had some warning from to FjcpUIi. Net Nerve and Liver Pills the rattle of firing. He screamed,' ndfu:un.3. to wilderness born. Jh'ImW t(f which many an im.oivisi.id Jiuii iov. Idaho, hwa iwnlttwn to Col. II. Wtitson, On tbo seventh night they bivouack- something In O'Rourke's ear as the' Wllaon to llanvfiy, nCtor Wjllaon hid Chanibjrlaln's Uougih Itonvidy iron w:j Lindiaay, OUW of I1olu, nsMn.g far arc different from others. Many ed hard on the heels of the flying col latter passed, and turning threw him- told Hnrvuy his eupiwnt waa JiunY.ng Ita t ropuLaiJou and dmmau3duw a3d:itar.cio la s teunlrug flio likiint and kinds of liver pills arc "impossible" umn, having for seven days pursued i self flat and began to pump the trig-- , Him, and iwihlah wj mow Kind to lw by its ivanarltabw cupj of caldd. It hand ul "samij nanolijr'Bj iliuadiitur It this way and that, zigzagging into ger of his carbine, emptying the maga- largvj'y bonno out by Ww ntbliaa''Joii ain always lw dticndrMl ujkwi. For who dddirkis sanw dwlii for Ihortotih after one trial on account of their zine at the line of Tou-- , the heart of tho parched land. harshness. Dr. Miles Nerve and ir." of itilujsj ittors to itllw Nyw m York !salo 'by old Unissteia. Now, when they were corao within aregg. Bftinilng Tost Wd fall to umwrWand Tlio vond "fanchor" oaua?d somo Liver Pills do not act by sheer force The alarm was hardly needed; six hours of their goal, reluctantly, tfilllivg .Hairvoy Hjhat moni'lnwnit dn tluo Clikir'a aftfc. but but in an easy, natural way, with-olong after nightfall, O'Rourko gave O'Uourke and tho guide swept on how WltoiifliSti-'iAsslistaiiiit Svionutary Adaiiu 6'onigjl Ik consent to halt, conceding tho ne- - over the slip of a depression in the! tlie support of Haniwr'a Wlokly was griping or undue irritation. cesslty; for weariness weighed upon , desert and baited In the midst of a, Injunuiig ItUn, could, tifJti r tl:ujt autliotilty for Uw aiatument Uiait In They lot In&utti and Childrta. are not habit forming. ujeir shoulders a great burden, aud camp already quickened and alive! Idiluo itlio iwunda "aunclwr" and "fann-or- " had omsjil, tuim'oslad, mid ask TM KM Yw If tho first bottle falls to benefit, your Always IwcM the camels had become unusually sul with shadowy figures running method- - tlmt dt ano usud eynionoinoualy. Tlw rtBunwd. Suah T -- ym,i win return the price. len and evil tempered; It rest were Ically to their posts, carbine and ac-- , Ask him. Is us follqwis: ttali'0113 ruw inQt oliiaivnasjili'jc Bears the denied them presently tboy would coutremont gleaming in the moon-- ; MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkturt, lit of mon of tlw right bout. BltU'w in Signature of Diur Sir: l'loaso texcuso my lottor 'become obstinate und refuso to folio rf light: men of the camel crops, hard-- i of tucli an unusual riuist, .but If eaoa to and familiar wjth th.elr. wojrjc wiluit ho said to IIumy,or lu what thq rnaJ-bust-ness-ll- rjrc s&POOL FLAME -Z- t pjm-oro-- ty, JNBARREN pn-id- yir t. tyMUIS atrzzM n -- nw4U-h-yj.n- fur-misli- .b-- ifrd--n- - Imai-icito- r, 13:"-oi- al x. Backache Instantly ) mid-strid- t tuc-cr- 111 unr-s-l- !-- -i d..-tii--.il SLOANS LINIMENT V Th,-n'c- ng iMB?rHik)k?y vll-hg- 1 111 j" sh Trans-Sabara- n AVa'-j-Ts- a . 11 s. "two-iUilrd-- j" b-j- :'" m Mil-I-- .. I 1 s y 111 X-a- e, fri-i- l'an o will-pow- Jr ct Eomw-thln- FUoy-dad- "The Liver Pill act So Naturally and Easily." drug-glsat- good-natur- e qiw-itlon- mo-her- is C Aiiii-i-ai- nh-xi- fair-fam- Ao-v- 1 , , I huj-lo- r,t CASTOR I A ton ut lj iliiuon-aldja- nt lot-t-.- Ztf k J4a 6fWW'"iilll1liwiiiiiiii,,. 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My name is My address r New or old subscriber? ' I H Irani kits y 1 Turn a pie pan ujrsitlj ilqvrau take pie. your crust rollixl cut for your jeut It down and around iUiu pan, ipnlck with a fork, and bake. Pile bIi ilia ttik-- d this vway are much nicer than who put inside the tiaras tfii-- tiuvur blis-to-r. B In making pastry, cswo should b3 taken to haadi it ns a iV a Tho surest way to make pood trust Is to chop It taguthrr iwdthotf it puilumg tho IkuuU idnto it. TOw waitur, buttw. xi-ltl- or laird ebould tilways (bo cold. APPLE PIE. Po:d and silo very till In nipples enough o fill a pto tin; linu pan. iwiiiti cruat, put In tho apples, cuvur wirh sugar and ground cinnamon; cowr wiltih crust; hako. CREAM PJE NO. 1. lable-Hpoonf- trout of l.iuon,n pinch of saCitJuciU un-t- ll thick; iiour in to u bakuJ cruat; wliip Uio wJi'.tcis with one cup cf sugar and ejuvod on top brmn. CREAM Shir to sugar,ocK 1MB NO. 2. onij-ha- lf Threw glaiHjs of milk, thrm of conn search, yolks tlUMJ lE8, tWO trpHpoanfllL'S of of CX- - cup of of bu'J'wr.a'ld iggiJWO taiblwpoou-ful- s two of (lour, two oupa of milk, liwo cfi Onangw. teaspoonfula of extract cnus-tPour into j'oms Jinkf! iwltih bako. LEMON PIE, Grata itherfndcf ouid k'mon and ma tho Julco,or two tMisnooafuts of Extract of A. anon, ono cup of bugoir ,one two taukupoon of button of milk, four iggs; mix; pour into iKUiii JAnUdwiith caiust ami boko. When done, epn-tu- l tho top with white of ono ogg,cinohHalf cuji of sugar; baA-n- . LEMON CREAM PIE. Boll onu pint of milk, add tihreto tuaapoonfulB of odto. tianch; whun boiled take from slovo and Htlrlu tho yolks of tour eggs, two tabl .(spoonfuls of buMwr, dbio cup of sugar, tho Juice of (wo Jrjuonsand nind ol bngr3d; pour into rich crust; batata onry anlu-UtaiWluip tho wMtt of four USB wMb tmti oui) of eugar. Sptvud ovor ti top and brown. CUSTARD PIE. Ono quant of Milk, &vo egga, bro) totokHPOu'B of 8ueojr,oiaa toaspoon- tabtospooniful wall-barto- n ; table-spoonfsu a croara monci'ary commisidon. TJiat means tul rtf Exitroet of Ifnion. Baked In sointathing about giving us n Dur.irncy pan 11 m d wd'di risu'iii cru;tt. Uiat will keop panics from conning. CHOL'OLuVTE PIE. Hogwallow News. Yellow Jacket Stingers, j ; But you might as woll try to moke Four itabl.'gii'oonfuls of eraiUid olioc-o'tii- o, ; i Uhji croup a niaohino that would oiw pint of wojVir, joiks of frcim coming if tlio baby fcaugtut a ogss, Awe ta.blapoanfuls of corn g cokL sittircli, six tublitpounfub of susur, bol umiil Uii'xk; add ww UjapconXul If it la djcilded ,best for Unolo Sam (Dunk Bo&ts in the Hoawnilioiw of Extoiot of Vanilla; bako thn cruat, Tha onJy obiationi amo Uittvo to tiho to own and op.Tate the fjeleipihonu pour in Uinj cliocolatii Beat !tlw wihi'tos Pps'jmaiii'iar & , yotliow wince as Framk Hitchcock mural Bonding thto of lilw ggj with onij oup of eugar, magazJjK's by freight Eliick Hellwamiger has a meiw Tieat is that Eicnw of lit ia th'j Jxut tolioy to uawa tit odopit-o- d tcti) and brown. EVn.ad ovsr wii'jh b'jg a'.nlpta and this iofi'.ui airticku gjt. by (Jw Republicans. Tho to snii.jlling on It, MALBOROUGH PIE. pnd'Jty ad by tih-- j tilmo thoy asirive nfi already have too many mures Raz Barlow says all El lick lacks mow thw; onkj cup tlf Six niacroons, roll in tholr hands for th--i good of the of bedng in Jail is having a padlock th4r dieiaUnation. atawod oHplui, thn.o usss,, couni'jry. for a watch charm. enwn, onij tjasixoamful of Of couraa ite man m tornado a Kiw pint of Extract ot Almond, two tatipoanfuls Ykxix rcsaluion nud brok3 It, will Aflter bavJng attended a pnoitraJetad Next "ttoita you bear a Democrat of oluvpod, cir.irpn; nuix. Litw dfAii id j t try to nwnd it. If it was an uid whiwzling on hi's Ut'.te bazoo to tho moving imaar Buzzard Knob for anoro lvui .wi'ii crust, iour dn tnj mixture; disih iho ibroko he would got scmu offeat Uiat hiis parity Irad.ins neipre-a- nt than a wwek, Sidney Hooks nwtuinn baJox B'w and wa-Iklo Una idi3iLl to S'ick tine fulirniunit and dkjEqy of homo Thursday miarnijng amdi swore off O0COANUT PIE. it togathor. Ui3 contiry Just tka3 tlnm Einmlio . lit- - attar wbi'jchhhj took bis gun ,a qunrtt of Ono-luipound of Bugar, tlo ignorant tilling around Ibohiimd the. Uctejr and a pair of loaded dicw dloiwn Not?ir hnn anoithilng nwro about pound of ibuiiUir, Cluvo igse, om.Mliialf barn and ask him if he kraclwB 'bat to tho creek and Cahn-jthkim in. ToRoclu&Jlifjr. Old. John D. Hd isn't one IKiund of gr.iid oocoonuit. a macont mteeago of ilbta Goioraior mf day be wtint to tbe civk, but has (too Siandand any O'J of Extract ot Roar, mix; pruiddcjnit of Ssui'ii Caroiliima Aas prncounocd by llttlo hopj cf evh.c iiiconidrins Itihem. pour Into (pan IIikkI wib crust; Linsor. Oil is b.iing uswd, pind no- the Juiidary comumditjtee to be bo body .ms to know that tlw great Tho Hog Ford Prmoher btts djolded baku. trujit is out of busloeiss. Sanw way dirty and indocenit that duning to a pnotnaQ'od VICTORIA PIE. digniiWod L cglsiliai'Jvo forbada itiiait a . He it is Stitun six appka umiU t2mlor,pivi38 about tobacoor but Iba itxuatbuab-Tt- s body 6boaild aTOi'jt it to bjocmiks n tlw cold tlirouli a &jiw, nnd nilx a WbJ.,uan-fu- l wihwi Kiiwy como to uio, will t3 Vory pant of ifts retard and ordauvd to bo good plan to do 4hi'js blle unjylbody fchyir iianda In itho'jr ipookuls. of but:r with tbuqn wlillo hot; hainpy. oxpiungiad. Geo "wli'.zz, it niuiai havo has 1st stand to cool. Add fcho yolks of A pneis diifiipaitch from Ijos Angij-l- c, bfhin fionc-- laosuasJ to gag a Boui".h AiiEas Peok has advHMrtlspd ln the four MSSf. 4w Juloa of onolainan.on'd Col., saji lihat Vwrnon, wear CaroUma Logla'aturu, den't youtMnk Tickville Tid'-ng- j aslilug for sailud oup of sugar and ono ot ciain. Lino Ui'jiv, itlio onJv tihe inconiiorai'kil cly In so, Adaljihus? Froiin propotttlB "for an addKion to bis bttimo p'o pans wi'ii plain wmsIm', till with tlw Un.lU.4. Sta,'j:o liaviiiig tw uhuircCi, Jacket, Msmw'aa Falls, N. C. SUa only are allonied to bid. Uu indxitiuru; bako in a quick own; TO'dCri for "w.JtM Sundays yu3tondayk euppor Kit Smiita had rabbit for coir ippa ihiJi'jIi nwnlnsue. Fifitiy ivnuu.ai Vtud. ALosit of tiliuni Helpelss as a Baby CHERRY PIE. nilghit boforo last and duning hl's b'.o u XTutkjd "wut." Lord saw ua If tilw lino tlio pan wii'Ji good cnusit and dxar lUiilnss are emins to cuny on Valley Heights, Va. Mrs. JunnloB. had an riixciitilng dntiam. He thougbt fUl 'Wih nfpo ohjrnlas, Btonwu; jv.cu-Lut- o Uke ihatt. Klrby, In a lottor from tiiJs plaos, hu was botatg chajfjd by a lnck of dogs Ulo quauijliiy ot tusmr you sailer leaya: "I was elck In bed for nine and mni ithinougb maniy ibiiuyh pllkri j (tihat Biffalo Bull amaouinccs ovr.r Wwmu by Uwlr BTotaiUB. Cowr 1 and bnlor pa'joho3. Wbn he wokn up mouths, with womanly troubles. anotthur gnund f,anjwall was so weak and helpless, at times, I he found himself Md under mho .wood and baka. Wih,. cold Birt twdKMvd will tunica ulclai-no- d i&, Coloiu.il Cody lias tour. sugar ov.r upikt crust. couldn't raise my bead off the pillow pile. many a butiTxlo ibui Uh) auibllc I commenced to tako Oardui, and I BJackilwrry, Raspberry and Plum nuor ga'B onougb of hum. PJAy Uiat saw it waa helping me, at omco. Now Fmlshby Hancock fti'il in iwith an pkd ui uiado in ilvi tsaniw wr. whilj ho is so eaoa to answer tlw CMia.1 I can work all day." As a tonic, for ag ant for a patwiit soparator I'UiMPKIN PIE. '.k.'r at Bou wiling Billows tho OiJiir o weak women, nothing lias been found OuvJlialf cup of pumpkin, tun) oup call. day Hbut could not B it Imtwvel'xd, ho of xoiik, sugar io lUuitu; oaw ttsg. PU'vi for fifty years, that would take tho Tiho aa'.TOinunif.rs ticdl us tiat Uk-tand bis ,ito having alnjady done bo. tuasipuoaifuil t.xtraat of Binjr one-ha- it aro place ot Cardul. Try a bottle Jons Elicits on tlluj mux but ot cinnamon, B-- 8 tcatixxitul Tho HogwuDlow InprovemK?iflt tihoro oj? Wo haw hi ard tdils It will surely do you 'good. (uisiioiciuful c& okmu, ono boa Uiem In communlcati'xn.wl'ib. tivury yew uwc tlnaa wuwoiw a boy, tabKt3i)oonful cl .wihialiciy or brandy, a at Tickville who wani's and ww taka It that (ivj hihji'.u W.ojig A Wonderful Offer. onougli for ono plu. to know what the onti!ug is hetu tih'.c?. You nfl'cr 60i Nature Ixalng Road the Big Offer ot Tho Rdpub-ca- a for a tfiret olasa bone jard. Tbo For oaly f2..06 you can git The tiUi awivimdicltia. tbAfl Issue on another 'pag--j of Society has ejnii him Hartiford Republican,, Tlbe Fannior & Too Nmw Yaw a anis off ivojiyi iwoll. whenain you can got this rouur, Th'J word, und offr.ms to StocUinem. iTOuo Pooplca MamllhiV duu'lf inlillljn titw Faruier & Stockman and tho Poo-- In tbe way of ooni'.nlbu'ionj, in every yew c&cih and a full alaa 16x20 cray- but ikv uaut a Popular Momthly, ono Jaroach, mamnkv iiossibkv itiiia year wamt 'Mm b.tfuru on cntamgiaaKuit, Fill out tibia couJuly in oidi.T to sunvo Una kait'tit and a full slze 10x20 cmjon unlomgo-mer. tibia pon wWch anpoara in A mule was in the act ot kicking 2?lf ALL for 2.05. poipoir over ntt. ooiupui'gn upon our firianAj luihutud, and Mic-HaataVkir Hooks y&torday, lu wo call owtrywouM but frant of thij blacksmith kbrip, to got busy and ejad Uiu uanuu when Gh turjii.d and iooki.nl' at him along. FOR FLETCHER'S FIR FLETCHER'S n'ght hard, tne an! mil immtdieJ'jeJy Tho next movo im to haw a uow jumped a t.nce and sourriod off nurosd the iald. i to Tho Blind Alan of tote Calf Mbs conn munity came into Hoswaillow Ooiday nldimg his mule Whait worn a. bllnd bridle. Ho knw w(h0n be got to the poalonDoa by Cho ticking of the positniatA.r'e Md'ich. d Kra-tuckia- A gentleman nepir undianaJand, Rj-- Stnajw, wo Ea-a- cro-s-ibai- itrkd to celebrate bia wopdiein wedding tbe oitsher day by drinking a pint of wood alcohol. Fttetohiar Hmetep was triad at Boumdin Bllloiws Saiturday monnilnlg on EJcoJ&ng ooe-4in- lf a charge of a tidn-doll- cow from eomiepne ovier neaal Thiundar- aJon He iplwlol gullity wiith Una one-quart- er uadwstandirg that thu count would give him three dollars to bopt itwiwoon tha cow and itho fiimie. FrMiy Hancock bos natunmcid Urom a rulf-nsip'J- ot nomihtcatft bf Ihiiere. Hij came back umpAy banded, (however eTcmything of any vaiuo beimg fnozco! trip community, to tho proEipccting la the Calf Ribs to Oho ground, Sam SJms has b?cu ca'cuflmt1iig on going Inlo the coitl'jle buaJnuss and will! l:avo tomoiinoiw for Tickville. whtc ho will ImBjiMCt this fewm wih,.n It comes In, .with a luw of gjliilng on to tho way Cho U mado, wbbv laippnoodlvad Isaac Hollwomi?ur from tho rear by a tonubsJ'tmo nsJ.mt the foTO lant cf ithis Miikjbut ns uot In the niairlcot at drat imo, ho ImrJng ju'it puinchafed a in ah twiply of pat- .wvoi'-Jier- ibwW-dV:- 3 li-- ent modVclne. rat-tra- p Sim FindHH3 our winlpiy knciwai inventor and Hcg Fond Sunulay to-da- buip-pos- ono-quir- JT So-olo- ty pl uiit graveyand and vfhur ipini's. Hu that ho has latifly bcy.n lilt on a dll ikav.t ikiM'os in llhte way of n rot itrop, that will DonyiVitoly outdo Edleon or any of tihfj cViue. This oro is madrj on tho tl'ylo uf a dock wIi'A a iKiidTtluin, nmel .vSmi Uia rat eo:s it hu Hkistus chaaVg It to and fro. The mat eoou Uwanikii and rdmnhis in its bud the resit of the oieht ' i ig re-IKk school acihur, has iM'nnriJd dnni u flyilng buslniers tn!ji to BOuindirg Billow u, Ryo S'uuw, tlho Grimdur civk t ut ia-pa- 8 Chlirn Cry CHUlrn Cry CASTORIA CASTORIA Thi3 Hog Ford pmaclnr idtJtwivd a strocg tiruon kiat Sunday morning In ootid aunaiticin uf tho turkntv trOit dance, and all moiubeiu uf liia congrogBi'iIoo ito Ui'tipubo uf ihviir tur-kvas boon uu pctwiWu ad-ttciya b?--. v St J. 5 Hartford Republican. to Europ an labor nnd European goods atomt according to law lit the Pottottlr to itho dutrlnmnt of Ainiwrlcan EDUCATED? labor artford, Ky., an mull mutter of the Mcond American products. It 1b alas mM known that Prtehlenit Jackson iwnu rc- djelaTf-n-g for Could You Answer Twenty QuestM. BARNETT, J. NEY FOSTER nsmlnati.id on a platform C. such Pronation, and (hat h'.a majoriEDITORS ions Used As a RAMEY E. DUKE, J. NEY FOSTER ty at his Bjcond cl cftlon was much g jliTj r than at the first. AND PROPRIETORS. PUBLI8HER8 Test. In short, the pcsJt.loji which Pxcsl-- d Jackson took on tho Tariff was .it to communication AAdrMS alt for tho American doctrine, which Is (NVw York American.) 1h Hartford Republican; oxactily tho iwsttion elf tho Riniblicnn Not long ngo n 3fXtAiix;r at the JJaWlay party. Hickory (N. C.) TlinosHMr.rcunj University Ciub, of Chicago, handed NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS tlie inr nent to a new Sabacrlbera out 100 typ;Tittcn Ehw-j'to as niiuiy '1 Uncle Sam to Assist. Addrena mint give the old nddreoa In nmklnff the men in "the audience, Thesu mjv?rs Frankfort, Ky February 10. 'Tho contained 20 qik'Stions, Xeqoeet. nnd tho t'naollcltcd mnnuncrlpta will not be returned Umittd Statx.s Government Is goinj lecturer exj)lained that if any geiitJe-nm- n pnl.M nccompnnled by iwntnire. agricul to assist in building up tho Anorjinous communication will receive no pijsj:mt could nniswer convctly tural lnijorests of this state; A r. p one Attention. half of thietsvj questions ha might of (too United BtnijeS De Ksmafniltti consildvir lulmevlf an alucatied pnspn. partment cf Agriculture has lba:n TEtEPHOlTBa. Otherwise ho had bett.r go Iback and A. ....- with Commissionbore in conference Ovun"brlm. -coursio for fjxr ..23. er cK Agricui.uro J. W. Xiflranan, and take a Xclvaz Jaovtar that hid coll.gie d.gree might roodlvo ho will recommend to the dephrtnwnt Una m.all. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1C. that it appropriate an annual amount So hone ana tho questions. Just to that appropriate! .by tha Gynwal tost youna.jlf on then. Assembly to .bo usud in conducting always ready to Insure Mexico is 1. Name ihe View President of tlie clubs among itho beys o Uniitied Statea. not put away tiue enow Ehov tho State. The Houpc of Rraprvs Better ' 2. Name the of the J yet. I has passud a bill appropriating United States U'obsoni will havo ito fight 110,000 to be used for tails work, and Looks lite 3. iName the conduotor of ihie Nev tho 'bill mill pass tho Senate. "When York Japan single handad. Orchsstra. this is done and becomes a law the 4. of Tammany Name the leader The straw vote doogn'it count with Department of Agnlcultu.ro nt Wosh-lngto- n HalU the oomwnitijCie on croieinitlals. will appropriate $10,000 itobo 5. Name your Congressman, Unices Spring Is going to bring an used in canitoctdon with tho Sthto's 6. Who is Hugo 'Munsirburg? we appropriation. Improvement in woman's hats, 7. Who is Sir Otailitopher Wrvn? had just as soon nimtor would stay. S. Who is AH Baba? Copyright Hart, Sclulincr U Mix 00 9. What is the Pieoiitateuch? ' Senator Brad&y hulpcd to kill the 0 10. .What is a seismegroph? Sherwood dollar a day pension bill in 12. Lincoln's 0 THE MAX AROUND TOWN. 11. What Is a cksvls? the Senate this wo'ik. 0 12. Haw many jujtlces are there 00 Wo are expecting Woodraw Wilson on the bench of tho Supncinu Court realize man does not finally belong to a to inform Mr. Bryan that Ms support of the United Status? is hunting his chances, almost any When a young man sits In Itlw far-lo- r 13. Nan3 five of them. ' taiklng nonSienEe Ito his beat gW day. or section; not even to any country. The truly man 14. Who said, "The child Is father that's capital. But when he tos to of the man?" The Harmon boom sootis ito have sny in of ovcsiings'afiter chiay'slj mr.r-nie- d wur-- ' 13. Who said, "The groves belongs to the whole world; to humanity. struck a pockut of dead air, sinew ho itihat's ilabor. (Honest injun, no God's fiivt t.imples?" attacked the initiative and often so initindod.) 1C. Who sad, "Once mono into tli i oncy imore?" Lincoln's political career was partisan; sectional; had to be. But When you hear a man sneering at bnjach, dtar prys.-n-t Rerntiucky legislature The 17. Who was Mommsian? local papjr bacausi it ti not big. the the man himself was neither; and to-da- y all sections of the country, and has created enough placs tsofitbjnths cheap and &wsy as the oi'y paosrs, IS. Who Is President of the I.ak-dn the Constitution, not provide for sifoly docs not equan-- d Shona Railroad? he can of the world, acknowledge it and honor his greatness. tax tou any of his ivMalth In to make the s.ssion coat tlw to 19. What Is Ito fourth city in ,r payers $10,000 extra. S'aitoa? tnakia it .boft'or and that g'.in madly the size in the Unlb-20. What is a proiwsiijon. Col. Rooewvult is not Ithie only An- paper has dono more for him tihan There's nothing sectional, or local, or about good clothes, anias Club man. Jlr. Wabtfjreon and he lias for it. Tto man iwlio canwell-dresseither; men look about the same here as anywhere else; and Taft Bureau Opened. a Gov. Wooarow Wilson have organiz- not s:e the bynaflts arising frcm Washington, Fb. 11. At a fcnf-r- consigned local newarap.ir is about a'3 muclival-U- 9 ed one, ito which each has they want to look the same. , to a town ais a delinquent itnx Uat. enee todaj" b.twa n QhtaiVe D. HIIVjs, the Q'iher to lif3 ni'imb-rnsliil- p. S3cr3taiy to Prusi'.d ait TUfit, and Uu- It loolts, offer nil ns tihcugh tho Tho little boy was on his kn:o:ts In rascim adve William B. McKiciljj'. ' for Damocraits in thi'kygislatune.will iihrow bis llttla night dress saying his prayers Illinois, plans ,vvru ajmi'lt.l' A ttjsiat tho op?nCng tomomow uf a runttt pris- and his lijtitle sjtur couldn't the much talked of have done in a dawmtown hDlulj The on mwasune ovo'.iboard. A eubstiUtte the itteiniptoi'itm to tickle tim BaVjsof service to all of us by making their kind of clothes, the Iwun his fe.it. He stood it as long i as ho headquarters will be known as tho for tiw SynaTw m asure lias quality, the style the finish men like you want. We've done Mr. poisaod in the Hoiue "dllminuitog tiio could and thjn said: "PKiso God, TUEt n. nomination bumiu, and excuse me, while I knock the tcuffflng McKinly wail lusisunie churgvj as l!i;ao requliHmunit for thrj appoiml onuifc of some service here in having them for you to buy and wear. . tor. a coram isaJon of it wo Djnocrajs and out of Nellie." two Ripubllcuus and which in.jnjjiy It Is eald tlircre is a time in ev Suits $18 and up. Overcoats $16.50 and up. Bill. bo ery iboy s ire wnen 4w is about provides for three mHimbers to iu e 10. This jsars old that he na?d3 one good linkFirankfort, Ky.,F-.b- . appoiinited by the Governor. W. Scott Smith, of thla would, simply finaniaSw thw machi!j)) ing. If he dotisn't get it he will bed'.si'riot, has s curud a favor from one D.inocratic faction ,to anoth lieve for ,tha iwst of his life that ho able nepont on his blU prehib'a ng (hoi er. No .bo ay iwxi .ue looir.u uy at. can lick his father. smoking of cigaro'J'-.- s nnd cigars by A man advertised for a wife, and minors in public places. Of the fineu Uiat Washlng'on dispatchers say Uie received onsiwins from o!ghitn hunSenator Bradley vothd against goes to tho prosecutor and rma that ho the ivist of (he public school fund Shenwood pension bill la comimli'jtee, dred and nlnk.(t('-s-jv- n at the iruquest of Prujiiilxut TolDt. Wo could have theirs. Repnest ntatlve Charles H. Knight, of hope this is not time, bo'ih for th,3 Dogs are said to speak (with thilr Louisville, is an ardent onmnpion of Pne&l-daa- t. sake of ithe Senator and, the tails. Would it, th'.m, be propar to th3 bill and has high hopes itlrat' dt jkUIi Although dt has ben araiounc-- d spsak of a short-taile- d dog ns a b3 enaote'd into a ilaw at thits esisfon. for some time thait Presidsnt Taf t stump orator? Ths "boffin nail," like "John Barky would ho oppcoed to this bill, it has corn," is coming In for some hard This is the home of Hart, Schaffner it Marx clothes and An Irishman iwas on trial, Sot been the custom of thje Simatar knocks at the hands of ithe fataiM If presiding judge asked him to be araund by tine nosj by any the I days. had a cen'tHcate of marnioce, those one, nst even a Pi:s unit. Bo iwe lool he end Are Ever at War. fox a iimoanpt dieaiial from him that he wbonciupon PaA bowed his head There are two things evwlastlngly was infiuenicvd by anyonlo to vote the exhibited a hugo Boar that looked olutions be enitoned on the order-boo- k was abW ,to go to tho supiier taWo, aaaaaan Resolutions of Respect. like itmiigbt have been madj wiitih a at war, joy and piles. But Buckleu's way ho did. of tliis court, and a copy was not lomplaininK any that satisfied Arnica Salvo will banish pik-- In any His e1dence Whereas, this maws has ntnaheid us fro shovel. tiio the family of taw dewjasjd. form. It soon subdues the itching, of (the fanxily could dbbcorer, and aftor lythe death of Mrs. Ringo, It is well known that almost oveiry tho court. J. S. GLENN, Irritation, inflammation or BW'eHliing. mother of our ConraianWeali'ih'B Ating dawin lie iiasaed awiy in a few pantlclw of pension kigtelation which THE SEVEN AGES OF MAN. ERNEST WOODWARD, It gives comfort, Invites joy. Greatest torney and brother lawyer, jBi in f). Oongn iss has ewr iiasstd has b&n nvomjiaU Uncle Irad, as w aU call Carnl-ogW. H. BARNES. heal-jcuts, Ringo, and AvhMneas dn (hie dJajih cf of burns, bolls, ulceus, hhn, was 90 jvtins old. Tho funoml over tlie protest of Democratic nK'in-ber- s. Shont-agCommJtten brula 8 zoma scalds, pirn plies,, skin tliis ixiiovod woman, Mr. Ringo and fwrviictis will bo hijld y R.intly thu DumiocnaJ'ic Hou&j at Sliin-kl- o Cabb-agAttest: eruptions. Only 23 cts. at all piunsion law passed tlio most liba-a- l his good family have suffered a Joss Cliaiwl church at two o'clock. Marri-a3- , H. P. TAYLOR, Ohln'n. gists. put ever enacted. It mns danie to which no human sympathy can fcup- Man age. C. M. BARNBT.T, Sec'y. Firhjal- Republican S Jiaiie and ply and the cummumiiiiy txv which sb Another Victory for "Drys" the Port-agHe Hoped in Vain. resided, dant Taft in a hoi a valuable and It oarrlnt isucli Damagu. NO CREEK. Standford, Ky., Fiiliruary 11 Lin- -' Sitamford, Conn., Fb. 10. Tohn H. woman, thietiWoro bo to, an enormous nam of mou.-- that the Louisviiillo Herald. Kidnisy, who gained eanie nctdco by Fob. 13. Mrs. J. II. Ward is vjry coin county today refusnd to veto li House niajorii'.y did mot beltam Iho Resolved, by the Hartford Bar, taloDns by a majoWty of 9C8 in faIn i&very profeisaion or trade thero vowing when WiUaim JMnnlna Bjryan Uiat we exittind to our broTher and sick and not eXii"iQtied to J I to. Admlnillstratlon could stand for (it and duticia was tost nominotor for Pa'oid.int that his family our dejpesit and huartfo't that whin It was ddfna-or vetoed are hundreds of diisagreeablio Mr. Erawsjt Bennett, of No OrwA, vor of tin "drys." Olho KiVi'jlottinurk-e- d campaign capitol could be niadj Ifor connooied with a fiyw jlitosanit thiaigs hs would not out his buond or hair sympathy dn this tour of loss and is visiting bis relatives niear tho c!(max of dovj of liio luand 0t Iiwr-- J be beated grief and commend hdm to thw Dm- - more, fought local ojti'on conteltrJ In tho the coming canuulgn. It should, liave and Uvq profession that me.te tho until Mr. Bryan hIwuM day after day and has tliia In tho Whlta Housu, is tiK&d at tiio nilpeteait Judge of all ithtngs. been pnsnX by tiia Senate awl prompt public Misa Winpna Dodson, of Bufoml, is history of tho Stofio. It lias bKwasix ly bignwl by thi IlrIdent. Suppo&j beat opportuni'jty to study human na- Soildijro' Homo at Norton, p&A Bdf,a That a copy of lutoso resolutions visiting vMIss Marlbisi FostT. jxirs tincM fcatooaiu iwaro In (his Counyeans. be sipniad on the order-boo- k it did incivase (lie Treasury obliga- ture fnom ovory (standpoint Is a railof tills Mr. Ernest All.m hn told liis liloufw ty. Four ugo (luj counlty MVint dry by 1,200, but the eatoon nwnminult court and a copy sunt to the b rear and lot to Mr. J. S. amnutt. tions a fww millions. The toldlorstn road agruit in a small town. Ait lour 1 Terrible Picture of Suffering. ed brother and to (ho county flaiwrs. tlwlr djclining yeans djscflivn nvry cal ataCon wie find In AigKicit H. K. Jlr. Homer LJndfcy and Elvus Ibn- - no light, roljdng on tins oourto t Clinton, Ky. Mrs. M. C. McElroy, dollar of It. Ate wo not tijianding Mschikb and Ass'.a'ant J. C. Bannard ry wuit to Ldvermoro laat Monday. OTTO C. MARTIN, djilaro itlw counity unit bill lunnomsti-tutianhuntlrods of mliUoua to dig tha Pan- two painstalcing gun'tiieiiKn, who not la a letter from Clinton, writes: JNO. B. WILSON, Mr. Lon, atov.ns ftolvcd a raasasij cf tfe.jlr "For six years, I was a sufferer from ama Canal T A tjw inlMlons mom to only look after tho J. P. SANDEPURrf last Monday from Biiwr Dam mhat in tbj fight Just ondwd boh rfd'.a Connmijtiti U the iwmnant of a onnj mlgjity army omployeirs, but take good ituw trf tho female troubles. I could not eat, and liis, braUiur wo3 twniously hiuut. nndo a vigorous camiralgo. Tlui my feet, without which in the flowiT of youth twrved wante of the evur ciiiticul, and t. Jdom could not stand on Mr. Van Hefliii, of Heflin, mowd "wet" fores worked qufcialy, lwJiH suffering groat pain. I had lost hope. this countjy and made tluo Panama thankful trawling public If you hav At a mooting of tho Bar of tin Into our nlghborliood and litj fs going tho "drys" liad epeakwis on every Canal poaslble, would not Uuiluiipt to go through in onu dny fuji potto you After using Cardul a week, I began Qlrio Circuit Count, stump for tTAo weuks Ueroro tbo liid at Hart to work for Mr. Arch Fo:i!.r. ii. to Improve. Now I feel better than it now. Busidis, did not liii.u Bonu-tar- s loiter around tuar thir office tor an Miss Flydla Fester vWted Iror par-onford, Ky on Monday, R.bruary 12, Although tlw theimiometier hov-iM- d hour or bo on a busy day, and Hiii la six years." Fifty years of puc-co- 1912, tho following iv&olutiona weevj a ehort wiuilo ago voto to Inlast Sunday. around swro all day today, in actual practice, Is positive crease tlv'ir own fcialaailcu $2,C0O per you will wondor Uiat they evur have Mr. Oscar Buchanan is goCmig ito unaiuimousty adoji't:. of womien and ohHdikin jtoffBided yoar and Uiat of tlie IVvjaldjiat tho norve to uvon smite at you whiin proof, furnished by those who have , D. Blacit, WJion.as, a poultry buslni ss. Garland llV. fctrrvts singing and praydnB ftr This was danii bucauso lMngis you want to know the fare to Kolama tried it, that Cardul can always be miajiuher of this bar, was, during lw Prof. Dudlry is Btftfng ioi'i3s agai'iieit tho miloonij, lint lUffn zoo or what it would coct to got a reUed on for relieving female weak- jwo.'Ht lorni of this court, nlgher. Wo ivsume tbxy (JuliiiU it no colld to along nCcMy Uith his fcchoal.. onui cairivJntr fcueh lbaininiji!i8aa"Alh!Bl y bloyolo pump fnoun a Cliicogo Jntuil or- ness and disease. Try Cardul, higher for tlie old eoMIcs-- . Mr. Evaiw, n or Rough river loaks ball luids to tho Suprvfno Bar aboive, tlierr-foa- y a ball and chata," "Vwbu A-- 4 jug if "vy& wviAur" now! der houaa or a moi.d on Mr. J. A. Johnson's farm la &aivm tho boys." "Will you vuto bult' , from Evansviiie. Jackson Stood for Tariff. wpok. Rosoh-cd(hot In his death is lost laU to inak0 )0iur boy AWonderful Offer. a dirunkard?" "V'n country Several of the Tarmu cf (ills m ilgh "3 you pray," It is well known to tho When her child Is in danger a woRoad the Big Offer of' The Ropub- - to tho profusion a lawjvr lw .was 0'c. iMrs. Frooo.B I'jVfcAdent Juclison was man will risk her life to protect It. caa on another pagji of that when In his d,ealdngs borhood attwidwl ftJio good loads moot Oils issue bitrla'.iy honorable B;uchamp, of Lexington, tho muU1 6orving his first term us Pruy!demlt,!u No givat act of heroism or risk of wherein you can get this paper, The with olkiiiits, countKous to his lgal.lug at Haruord Wit Saturday. W. C. T.. U. Jead-jr-, oMltiro did Alcoc Johnioin, hi sen of Mr. J. A. work took tlw position that fcluinj rhould lifo is noceteaxy to luuteot a child FawiitT & Stockman and the Peo- opponuuits and rr.epeciful to tho on tlu3 stump iwro, be adequate Pjptwctlun for Atiwi'Joan from Johnisioii, Is very stole wlih lmeumoniia. croup. Giivo Chamberlain's ples Popular Monthly, ono ywiruaoh, Court at a'l timos. That tlie sym Bro prrnchers turned hundiifc f labor and American luduatailiB, and Cough Remedy and all danger Is avo' and a full alzo 10x20 crayon enlarge- pathy of this bir bo exiinded to his gopd man gone. lAna'bfir Unclj voturs of thuir racd into thta "dry" I ospooiolly tkidax.l that Hlpslciy Monday (night Ho oaiumo. that he he ed. For &lo by all druggi&ts. family and. that a copy of thles rus- - Irad ment ALL for $2.05. m 27tt I would mirror stand for nny tariff poll-o- y that would open up tho flood gaiV ARE YOU fWmmhi MfpMl?i IMBEi9HPnR...HiUM2 ft jMMiaBaMiBKr I .aaaaaaWi ... .... post-srnduai- te K&tir corn-growi- mtn-blv- es Tn.-osur- lr fW Bill 000000000000000 000000000000000 Birthday, February y: that truly great any party, great frl-ind- it bt d partisan ed Hart, Schaffner & Marx that non-partus- a great I Anti-Cigaret- te Ro;n-3ent-ativ- Moniroo-MeTical- fe E. P. Barnes & one-four- th Bro., - Beaver Dam, Ky. lL-- V m 1 s id e, r o, e, to-la- . -- e, bj'-iovie- ty-nl- no al. eJoc-Mo- ts sa lnun-do'- ds $2."),-,00- d to-da- -' !t dd-.- -- MdMUaaVMaaaaaaaV aat Ii" Fresh Staple Orooorlos wt (Mprwe's Mr. Thad Barnard, roufo 2, Hartford, was a pLobOnt caller nit ahls 30 Meat Marko ofifloj, Saturday. Mr. E. H. Goodaul, of 0?nrJrtj3iwn .Will furnish you Field Setds at trani?ocUd buainioES Iwe, Mondiaiy. Q.mi'.ortDwn, RflaauTKible prices. Mr. EniCw Mor.toii, of W. E. ELLIS, was a okaminit cu'iW at this inffioa 31tl Produce Mirchnmt. Tu'jsday. Viion you want Job prla'dng donu, Will iuy Onu Uyilar l ibualiol for Republican don't forgi t that Tho Good Wh ait. work, and tho priousare IIARTFORI) M1LI.. CO. does o'aa-31tf 27tf Mis Graci Tapivin, of Gbiijfnl CUty, Four care of hay am b.V.ng lontlid tluj giiat of ! broUicr, Dr. 'J. U. li at tho L. and N.Bini'dcn and will bo Tnpiiau and family. shippyd to (h3 Rapkr Grain & Beod n Don't all ilo try a mckof Invtng-to- Co., of Ownjnsboro.. F,tour. SrtMefaaion euarum&jud. Tho grand Jury adjourned Wednes Sold txcludvcly ,by V. U. Mooirw & day afitwnoon for the prus.-m- l EfJ:sion 30'.jf Son. of olrcuilt count. A tcral Df 35 in- RcpPJ!iixutnw J. Mh ml IMidh tatim dpJotimfjnits w,.rr tw'umi d. anid (Iowji fVnmkfort. Saturday .Have bo,u3ht a car of Bran and his romoilnd at DLwr Dmrn with Ship Stuff. Will sejll family until Wiudiiudny.W. E. EILL1S, IKr'd Grooory and tihMt iMark'ethas 31t4 Produce JLjaiahamt. ordered 40 no books for Its clrpulatlon A colt kicked Mr. Hnry M. PUaiUo, LlbraTy. Only 2 moiu daij-- po gidt the of routo 1, 03 hi was fojdlng ihu ani spcolal prico of Otic for mvmilljjrfcihtjp. i mal Wdneasday night. While the bruise Mra. EuMo Samdidw, who litw la wry painful, ji.t (it is noil syrfous. tho guast of hwr son, Mr. Hwlbcrt R. Ju&t noooilvfd a car load of best Sandsns and wifj for a frjw dmist loft SaCunday fpir iijr lionwnt Llouls-vill- o. Oils, white and mixud last W. E. ELLIS, 31114 Produce Meinchont. Mosisira. U. 11. Shown, W. C. Iil.s, Coppage iretnuinitd '.o her Wunl, routu routw 3; Mrs. 2, homo rt't LiiilchClold lat Friday 3; and Mr. Tliad Darnnad, iwutk aftor spomding a fijw days hdn wow plijaisant cnllwra nil Wilis pffioe with hex daughter, Mrs. OKo C. Mar-U- n. ' Saturday ofiturnoon. y fc-oaiwa-onnb- l. I s MORE LEFT During our late Kum Down Sale we had a phe- A PEW (sississsassssssas W-- t. K E. EUUIS nomenal run on our Ladies' Coat Suit and Cloak Cash Produce House WANTS TO SELL. YOU Rock department. Notwithstanding all this we have a few left that we propose to make a still deeper Salt Barrel Salt Cotton Seed Meal Alfalfa Meal Crown Alfalfa cut on, to dispose of them. Listen, choice of our iladies' Suits some sold for $15, some for $20 and some for $25 for only Pure Bran Bran and Shipstuff Mixed Feed h:r Oats Corn Ten Dollars Why not take advantage of this Mrs-Nljul- a $(-noo- n, Timothy Hay Red Top Hay Clover Hay Pea Hay ridiculously low price? It's y International Food Horse money in your pocket. A l!s3 Annio AlUsnElslnf Af Jcffer-aantow- n, Chicken Feed Oyster Shells Chicken Grit B. A. Thomas' Stock Food B. A. Thomas' Poultry Food Meal L l fii OUR tOSS IS and bear in YOUR GAIN Remember this Ky., wan j1w gu-.'i-t of frtenda and oyjIaUws huw 'tiwn Fnlday unttl Monday, wli-t- i tiw Lit for Rus&ollville Ki., wihav ehi mill oni'j.ir cihopL Anions our ca'iwri SmUirday wwJ, Esq. J. II. MiV.o, and tliiugllii'tT Miss of Beu'ah, and Mlas Olga HunIcO', Pamdilse; C. S. JMoxi.y, FundsvUiu; Prof. A. E. Bills, city; Dr. J. A. Duff, Dutid k; and JoIj T. MiL'fjr, C'.(iy. Soo itho d-- Call The Republican office, phone you'havo an item of njws. by This favor will bo apiireciated tho publlslieirs and by the patrons of 123, whcai International Dairy Food Sugar Flour the paiior. 27tf. nil I Mod-- mind that it pays to SadJls Hotsj "Gil- - Trade with a House that Saes You Money. JRCb. '. Clique" lefor bnvillns tdajwhene. WJ'il malio itiuj Snisp:i of 1!1 al B- da, six inU-- Noctli of Hartford, Y H. PARKS, Ilortfonl, Ky., R. 3. 31tJ For only J2..03 you in gut The Hartford Republican,, TQw Farmar & Stocknian. The lVii)l(a Monthly onu year Macli and a full aiao 1Cx20 cr.a.y-o- n cnilargwaiiwit. Fill out tho cou-. pon which aanwairs in this y ia-p.n- 2'it. Don't fonset that V. H. Mooro H. r power to Son will do all in you pi pa j you. If for any rooacni ano n .t s:'.iiif:iod with tiny jwrialiasa mado of thoin, dan't b 11 oitbs but toll us and we wall irKt o'ou 30tt right. M.r. C. C. KtnsJlaiinL.aily Of Dundie, tlit-ii- , ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD Su'iuiriday wtxj in Haiitfnird en. bujIm-Ji- s Ho luia acocinxd a mil.ndCd poa.id.cai aj nianngir of Wia dnug shorn of Mr. and R. M. CcifXman, of Saoramanio, has eniUsvd upon liia-d- 'fc.. Mr. King d is a eplitttdid young mum, and tu tVgiii-twno- MARDI GRAS NEW ORLEANS IS to FEBRUARY phannacisjt. CRACRAFT-LEJCH 20 Tickets, reservations, train time, dates of sale and specific rom your station, may be had of your local Ticket Agent. G. H. BOWER, G. P. A. Memphis, Tenn. fares ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD . Hartford Republican. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1G. Don't forgot RIVy'a Barber Shop. nit II. W. Fresh "FMd So.iM Fonda. U. S. Carison toes for Ealo. 30i:& has nice Sweat Pota- ' "i 1 aad Mrs. Paid Cooper htm baM on tho If. H. & sick lldt for, a ivural days. at Hartford, Ky. Mr. S. F. Riley has opinied a meat N. time card effective Monday U ttc shop in (lie brick building adjoiiulng Aug. the Commercial HatuL No. 112 North Bound duo 7:16 a. m. at Mr. E. P. Taylor, postnia'SitW daily except Sunday. ound due 3:40 p. m- - Beavor Dam, paid itdio Republican No. 114 North dally except Sunday. a pljisaut call Monday. No. 115 South Bound duo 8:45 a. m. Jilr. Gamflold Barnard, section foredally except Sunday. man for the L. and N. at Equality, No. 113 South Bound due 1:46 p m. was a pleasant calid.tr tut 1Mb Dff Joe dally except Sunday. Monday. H. B. MI8CHKE Agt Whan you want any kind of fresh or cured micai'is, lards, eausagB or anything In the meat lln?, call bin IlWs U. S. Carson wants your Furs, The.It-publican Grocery and iMdafrt Market. For quality Printing give a caJl. Saturday Spjalals at ilnr's Grcc-ar- y ,w. PilntlKJ. routia l,.iwaa a and Meat Markut: 5 pfkindis loose cof-fa- a Mr. f. for $1.00; 30c cam of Pl.achoiB or pleasant caller at this oMicw, Wed, Apricots for 25c; 1, 35c package Chase nesday. & Sflintbor.a'a Ground Coffed 30c. Four houaa lanta fro Read our When another colATTENTION STOCKMEN: in annaunoeoieat 23tf you gut rntady to have thoso bora . umn. greatly bills or announeeiminte prinird call Soo our lino of SAlka at law-e- st Aiiie Oorao on The Hantford RopuWilcami for during roduoed prices work. Wj bavo prices and boat CARSON & 00. Dawn Sale all kinds of engravings to llluslttrai'o porWe wont. to give you a crayon tho bill with. of nnx mosttuw of tho family trait If you will examine THE QRA- to tree with one year's fwbscriiptdon tuit (phones, Hmd CRAFT-LBIC- H our paper, the Farmer and Stockman their unices, if you aro any Judge Monthly. and the Fplo' Popular lt anothyr of a tokiphonia you one bound to our adventa.'nKnfc In they am ffjrsi olaisa in avury ithait jhia paper awl sand u& a pho- -' respect, and as cheap as to ch3ap-e- st today. This offw is only made graph guainanttdod Every Inatrumcat act , toe a few woeka and you tfiould Ky. 2tf Sold by A. E. Pato Ilantfou-dat Dace before U is withdrawn. E. Railroad Time Table 2lt o-l- gt ad-mi- THE TRIC CO. mak the h:i3t telephones for Foirpiers on 'ihhe markiot linos, you should have otno if you ano. or icxpoct to beoonw a suhacnllwr from the rural dia'miat. They ane that talk and sure ring. A. w,are iMeseirei J. M. Ponfr-i- r and D. B. 9.'f. E. Patio, Hantord, Ky., Agent. Rhoads, Beaver Dam; J. Van Dyke You sliould have a iLEICH AUTDM' Norman, LciutsvlilLe; T. J. Spariks and PHONE, a tioiihoaia for cilty Bind vil- Nwt. Bj'xh'r, GmeennilUo, and John lage use. Tho most woaMtefui imven-Uo- n T. Romo, Comi'iTOtowai. cf tOHdny in this telephone Kyld. LiJttJe .May Btfle Word, ho tovns GivitU tilie ciitiswais of smail daughitfer, cf Air. oni-- Mrs. A. praatl!lCaJly, the amo sarvloe furnishWord, dl.d at the homo of her (parent wonder, ed in elites, it is a ilt'ir in Texas loft wo:k of ddpthurro, and Sold 'by A. E. Piaite, Hailttord. the romains wore brought bene Tues29U Ky. day to (he home of the 'IqtJla Bird's .Tho many fri3ndB in thts o'jty of Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Mr. Joshua FMda will bo pJwsad to Bonpidtt, of taar Bydo. for ImfjJnment. learn that ho has bean givi ax a archived homo to Um poeltioa of tielilerln a Sheriff T. H. Black Thursday manning from Spntngflklld, bank of Port Arthur, Texas. iwiMoh 111., having in cua'oday Lci:fo TQlania3 oarriis with it an. extramiely ftfcukbiame who 4b wanted In this couiity on tho sa'ary. Mr. J. C. Iter, for whom .Mr. charge of Eeduotion. This is "Bhcrlff Fields worked swarnl years ago, to th3 Ubmii ncitic? this wnk Black's eidcondlirip firsil Spnlngf Wd for thij tdmu Thomas Ihobonili'ngooinipanyunldelr iwhlo his prisoner, tnmi rufms.d to camo withoiut Pequlsiitdon Mr. Fiiehto carmlv his bond. Wn aty indieiad glad to h.air of (hUs nvJTitod papjra. promotion. Iieuit. C. IB. Showif. tf Co. H, has ordyr fnclnx tttw Clack, of ncct.v,'.d an official D. Atocmiiy Garland Adjutant Gumi.rai aWing thmt tra anFordgi1lle died buddijaily .Tuesday muM-and dnil will bo ing of lost .wak.. A tcd.iphpino call nual hfedd in Hartford on Feb. 28 and 29. hod iMai made at tlwut offioo for Intnl. An army afKcv-- r will d3 in attendand a mesEvngur was mt to Mr. th3 lo ance on, ithesj days to Blacks homo, and found him in a ? cal oounipamy. The nnnounoeimjntimiadio Dr. lous condition. Upon dilscowiiy in tha.-- coiumna last .w:vJt conajrji-to- g Bartihill was Bunisnonud, but uiiabl.j dmill and irup'jotilon wan not ofto naliovo him to any exfunt, mud ftlr. ficial, and therefore that order is Black uxplned In an hour. 'He was Owoduugh ru&oiudod. highly rU'PMitMd and i:uvB tors and one brother. Th3 ivmiialns Whilo Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Riley wjto taken to bis native Mome at were away ttptn honw on Thursday a might of lost wu:k a UAt raUud HaM33,viUo for burial. and window of (ho famdVy roonv Miss JuxhiWu Foitir, doiughltier of Mr. which bag, McDowell FVi.ir, of Chaitt'omooga, Toiin.. stole Mra. Ri'y'ti liond a conla'iufcg from 15 to $20, oibso and Mr. William Ingto, also of tiiat chc-cfor $200. and swoinl othar ar- ditydwvjrra unitll id In uarn!ae ynjsturAay (n Urn bag. Nq'hlng at 'thu homo of itihi bnldJj iniiiitis. tiefce thht w?ro elaj about tin hcuso wim md's&lnigAnd in Mrs. Ins'o la .well lUnK'iinb.ired Uii)f liud a good opikortundity ns Han'foird, having Uvud hioiu for a nuiu the was in plafci tho property stolon bjr of ytjais, and ia a ul'joe of Mr. view, on a drvbing tabH Mr. Riley W. M. Fair, of Fair & Co. 'Alitor tlie his bankur to not aicueipt aroBiony iho coupli left, for U bjilil-.i-l hau ordavd tho chk In itio oven1 it is nwrpno-fr3Uto- d Mihw:i trip to Eautonn Kanoicky, for payinemt, .but it Is hardthvy 'M1 wtek. WJn of the WJt ly thousht Ms oould MV.ir happen. Th.y wJU uiaku thvitir houw at Cha,t)"a-nocgwihuru Ms. Ing!o, hp,M a The next ejseion of Iho Kvinituoky position In tho pcoit oSCJcj. Educat'donal ABepcloitfon Wdiil ibo hold l-- 2c l-- 2c (to-dl-- 2c l-- 2c ELEC- Deputy Shfriff G. P. Jpnus, roufi3 Z: and Messrs. W. II. Parks, routto 3 and R. S. Ghamhorlnin, routo 7, Hw.ria pleas ant callors al Tho RipuhlicUn. officj, Tu eday. iMrs. B. T. Will'iams U at the bjd- sldo of lier nieo3, JMsb Ada Sliavor, of Eanling'on, whoso daraseirpitts dllni.ss a wa3 nionitioril in those coluninB few wo?Jis ago. Rough Rivur loclgi No. 110 Kn'ghts of Pythias held a spl indtd Tuojd.iy ii'lglht, which iwaa largely On3 Pagj was raisbd o thj rank of Esqn'.ro. Mls Bertha Lsach, .tuacluir in Central Itirk Gnadjd School at Mettdnry, and Air. O. C. Ltach, of Qwnsboio, were the gucits of Hon. and 3Irs. M. L H avziti. Sunday. Mr. II. N. TbC., who for sjraral momths ha3 ccinduoiied (die Cifcy Restaurant in Hanlfcrd, itifit WiJdm.Edn.v afitjiiEtwn for Madtamill. whiiro 'tij wtll oiwsi a n.Wuus-nr.it- , and remain in that city. Fresh BR'f Roaslt, Pork Haiiu-ana- ij Sauauge Steak, Chops, e (pure Park), Pure Lard (flru?), amd Cured Mits of all kinds at W. H. Moore & Sin's MKml 301f Martoat. 'Phone 47. ILER'S MEAT MARKET PRICES' FOR TODAY AND SATURDAY-Honi- D 12 Sausage lb; Mads Pork Chops 12 lb; Pork Ham 12 lb; B if Steak 12 lb; BJef Roast 10c lbjRib BoaSit 9c db. Among the vialiting aititornfCyB olrcuiit count htiro Ibis wtuk nK-ytinHJoime-inla.d- Buy Your Fertilizer on Easy Terms From W. E. Ellis. Everything found in a FACTORY. First-clas- s Produce House is found SECOND DOOR BELOW TOBACCO !$$S$S$$$S$S$$$( cJty of Louisville on June 25, and 27 The programme makers have arraing d for a gruat varielty of initlorepenaed work, and thia will with suffilck'nt amusement to make it both intieavB'ting and ins&rucrtive. Tha program wdll have on il thi Lading educa'ors of Kentucky and in addition a number of thu leading educators of Natiionad fame from Dut&ide thu Some of them ane as fodtowp: Eir. 1J P. Olaxon, Na'ional Coram isaxmer of EducaUon; Davdd S'nnr JordonPirKd- in itdw 20, b-- j e Latand-Btanifon- band. If boSh Wiere inatomtly killed will the money go to his popple or hslf people? If bo died fireit ihie nuonicy ba longed to her at the Umie of her diutdi, and if she died tat Iho mionijy to him or his eatoid. In a casta in which a mnnjand his wife hod modo wills in each othirs favor and bjl wi:ine dnowncd by the inking of a jboatt no other person being pritEtnit, the counts d:ddVd thai oe the man was tha Btirtxngr:r, he probahly Idwd longeit than ihe wife and the property wleujll d UntiefiisiTy. Am to his ipjapte. In a radlrcod acoiAintt dsnt bassadar Brij-Cof EngJand to tho strength would cut no figure and United S.atos; Dr. Frank Guntiaiudus, thds prcfladidnit wculd not bwivo. th? no'tod leajurer of Chicago. D:puty Sihijiniff G. t P. Jorwa anacloau nuomnins I lmpointant ann-.isabout dayhcidik, Tiuesiday ofiti r riding taw y grand-ipainont- irro-moti- DWjih midnight, when he arinesittd Cam rton, who was wanted in. Bsoitt counity, Mo., charged wi!(h cltcaillng a, thro-- had of catf L?. Mr. Jamns a deputy ehieriff of Benton, Mo., arrlv-ein Hartfoid. Sunday, and hii warrant Df anveit was igiiven to Bhwr-l- ft Block, and Mr. Jonas loSavtied-h'i- s man on the farm of Jaimce Ambrose, near Taffy. Camron pleaded (hat he was not gui'Jty, and njtunied to Missouri without fxitradiitdoa papers Ikoxn thij governor., in is eadd time. CaMcta was nJirKd to this county, and resided here unitU about s'.x years ago. Mr. Sandi;irs loft Tuesday afternoon wUh the prisoner. V rfght and Mr. . Miss Gertirude J. Bean Burprdaid their friends Wed nesday whwn they Wire manried at 1 o'clock that aOtennoon al the Duke, of Mr. and Mrs. John boarding. Miss Wright wais when The aerkimony wa prpnounced iby Elder W. B. Wright, of (the Christian San-dierrresl-denco Here's Big Ben afiXir the p:ir Chunch. Immudtatt-lmony Mr. and Mrs. Bean leBt for New Orleans, whiire they iwlU oYiend the will Mordl Gras after which th:y spend a tjw days In Louisville and Anderson, incL For several yours tho brtde had held the poaKioo of milllun-e- afor Barnard & Co. aaa has a boat of frdmds hjnj-- itr. Beas Is comn'uot-o- d mdlh Bean. Broc, Pteateg (Mill, pop-ulo- im-M- and, as his ostdmalbi nKs, The RepubUaaB Joinia wiishids. r. o ia b&st The latest and most ALARM CLOCK on the' market. Will alarm steady or repeat. Is GUARANTEED one year and I will repair him after the year is out at a small cost. That 'much is something new, as others do not furnish material to repair up-to-da- te Frond to Find It. Bawling Groan, Ky.,Feto.l4,1912. The Hantfond Republican: chieck You will fdnd uncles. d a for $1.00, for my home paper, vhlch 1 am proud to (tad on my table i1'Wy Saturday inamdng Sino-rJ- y Yours, B.C. their clocks. "Early to bed, early to rise Makes a man healthy, wealthy and wise." BIG BEN IS THE REMEIY. Come in and see him, anyway. On sale at TAYLOR. Whose Mpiey Is It? Chairlois iMonyan and wlf'Scolorod, on ecui h frcm Wincheftur as eervaau'B for a WinchiajTn- - famdJyvho w&ro Hn Flcnldawero boith lulllkd isanvi their way a, days agodna railroad wreck In Georgia. 'Morgan had his life Insured for one thousand dollars, payable to his wife, and ehe hud liw I'Sii injured for half that aniounit pajxiblo (o h:ir hus J. B. TAPPAN'S The'RellableJJoweler Ky. t - RELIGIOUS STATISTICS Strength of The Various Churches. .And Census Report s'tiit do me I wkwild Ivawi htm rfgilrt." Nawanapfors, ns o rule pMould for o do wiCJioul an Kr.tm natliUr Jihan Out tpiir!onoj have It incorrupt. ftlwuji do tenches thivt It dot's to go to thu !jrsnn niosit in.inoBt"i)d. and ak about a proij (Aiw I'umi hwnx pxoIuto N awpapons liktj to r nu and ihfjri is nlwaypin' tlw mind " of ill.' Hv3 niwiixipieriiiana ton .uiiblti'on to Sfjoure cxo'msIvkj iii.wts In addiUon to that which is oivn to all litiid boon gjlvon iit to w JDlireotoiry Oliio Covrnty The cost of producing me.it milk would 1 much less il it required less acres to produce the feed. lloth tlie quantity and quality of the finil improve when the light phut foods arc uial to snpnVnnt the imnurc and clover. Tliev improve cuou.'U ta vielda handsome profit on the expenditure. The right plant food includes enough yaoirj-MitasrAJL- , nl More Feed Per Acre or as to Dis- parwra. tribution of Creeds in This Country. The genaml ordar oi a'ancmigth of tho batiks, ooooinding principal rollsloua to tho lost census napont ,jwas: 04,701 orsaniizal'ians; Baptilsi'. Mdtih-odilstB 54.SS0; Prvisbytardaiui J6,506; Ijuthw-iam- s, Roman Cni'jhollcs, 12,703; Dlsoipaal ,or QtonlsalninB, 10,942; G.845; Protestant Hpiscoipals, 6,713; Unified BrMth-Te- a, AsKaa!ttlan, 4,304; Evamg.iliical 2,788; RiesTormod, 25S5; AdvenT-to- , Jewish cantsn Eafiiou.3, 17C9,; Chirigtilan Conweoiiiioin, 1,570 Evangelical Synod, 1,205; iUifrjir Day Saints, 1.1S4;. PnUftdn, 1445; Dunfcurs annd Baptist TOw M d hodikit 1,097. bodies nviprascmt aoncaMi mably more thi3 church oaigaaiizaMani than in line UUnitud StaiH&i 1m all the Bnotastanit Ghurriws blw niwmilwriali'.p (j1i ,nllii!rlo In Is practically tidu'.it Raman CaiJhllcc Church all panaona 1; Dne-thalf 12,-48- 2; baptiiwd Including its nwnibjns. IiuToju) b, aw ivJiurn-e- d Df the In 29 BtniifS a tnaj entity church mi.cnbf.ira haloing to Prof.leqtant bodies, in 1(1 s'a'Kis to the- Roman. Catholics and in on 3 EUf3 (Uiiah) to Saints, or Mammons, tho LaitiU.r-Da- y In Gtomg a 57.0 n r oeinfc. of ruMi church t in Soulh Carolina 52.3 Ifru lughus. M ihoditft for perejaiitase blioai tor D iVjwane, 45.5; bodies is for L.u'jhi:iran .bodTjci3, North l)akqt, 37.T; Tuan'jsaj-.11.- 1; for I'lwabyfKjrton bodii is, 15.0; for tho Disc' p'w. K at ncl-iylor the Projg:aa ErtscapaJ Church, the B.atiiat of Columbia, 10; for the I , IxkIIms; nwniibors Iwlong to Bap'-ilssin pers In Mlssdsirjui CC.G, niu BaiplXa'Js; Alabinia 54.9; in Virgilnfa. C2.4, mid rcir nv.ai carry iwws-goa.i- Rut 1ho ordinary oii'd7n Axb not undirs'and nor can ho lu exadci'oil to h.avo a consuming sjonaMthy for tho "oxolusdivu naws" offonts and it tft.i a rriportor happ.ms that wlronoViur asks him regarding soni-- j prajpodtivo lUxm liu almost naitxiraJ.ly thinks liiat. If ona paiwr lias tho InfoirniaOion an- atheir should have it also. If he docs not wish jhv dtom do ba publhiliR.d h will call tire fl.cond iwiwr and rxMiueet, supixuflion. If tlw prosp"ciive ltcini is a boo-- t for him hii will call tho a'lhor bo as to eat tho additional boosts. Knowing this bndoncy on tli3 Jiart of a gneoit poritlon of humnmiity, nws- papeir lupoaiUirs havo soinw hj3i3ancy abaut asking ths lxsrson moit Intor-asts- d csitc:ally If they ane MJ'uv,l to be ilkoly to carry tho iufamiai'ion ioilun,lardly to tho oUmr papar. If tlwro WTas .what nnwspaircx bUi-lmight call "tho honor of confidi.m-tiflelai'Jona" on ihe pant of all par sons then tlwro would bo mow fn.ie- dom on Ah? pant of reporters and they an it ni If wvr usd would man-'l- y without ccjnsulting (hj porewn moat ooncona.id. Xiiwaimror reiciri'lciis ane (if tdifj' arn successful iviportioris) ev- erj- - tuiy itauan in-uiu comma.'ncie oi ptord-- j nnd tlio rinrarstor who vialaVs a confidence loies his us.ifulnices to the paiwr for ihi'.ch hu is working-.tMa reporter iwrtio Uotirays n caniJU-.incv- j sdm ply orjppics his own and his in available form. Supplement the manure and phosphate with 50 to 100 pounds of Muriate of Potash, or 200 to 400 pounds of Kaitiit, per acre, and you will raise big corn and fine clover after the grain and at the same time improve the fertility of the soil. Try Potash salts alone on the swamp land pasture and note the clover and good grasses ennui out the wild hay. Write us for prices of Potash, one bag up. GERMAN KALI WORKS. Inc. ContloenLl Building, Biltimon ltontdaock BlMI, CMcr Whltmj c.ntr.1 Suk Bnlldlat, N.w Orl.tai POTASH ip:r 4 ' We House Plants Free cs al have four beautiful house plants to give away absolutely free to every farmer's wife in this section. These plants consist of: 1 Mrs. Lawson Carnation 1 1 1 Geranium Flowering Begonia Boston iFern Circuit Court T. F. Dlrkhcad, Judge; Ben D. Rlngo, Attorney; W. P. Mldklff, Jailer; E. a. Uarraes, Clerk; F. Master (Tommlsloncr; 11. T. Collins, Trustee Jury Fund; T. li. Illack, (Sheriff, Hartford. Deiiutles 8. O. Kcown an l.on Illack. Court convenes first Monday In February and continues three weeks; third Monday In April, two weeks second Monday In June, thrco weeks; third Monday In October two weeks. County Court. It. 11. Wedding, Judgo; W. 8. Tlnsley, Clerk, C. K. Smith, At torney, llurtford. Court cuuwncs first Monday In each month. Quarterly Quurtcrly Court Begins on Uie fourth Monday In February, May, August and November. Court of Claims Convenes first Tuesday In January and first Tuesday in October. 8. Moxfley, Other County Offlccrr-- C. Purveyor, Ky., It. F. U. No. 2: llernurU Felix .Assessor, Hartford, Ky., 11. F. U. No. 2; Henry Leach. Supcriniendent, Dr. A. li. Hartford; Uliey, Coroner, Hartford. JUSTICKS' COUIITS. B. S. Chamberlain, Hartford, Tuesday after 3rd Mouduy 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 afte 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, Itockport, Friday after 3rd Monday in .March, Friday after 3rd Monday In June, Friday after 3rd Monday in September, Friduy after 3rd Monday In December. J. C. JuckHon, Centcrtown, Saturday after 3rd Monday In March, Saturday af tcr 3rd Molltlav In Junn. Snltlnliv tiff..r 3rd Monday In September, Saturday af- u wionuuy in uccemuer. ai. y. uook, Konlrow, Tuscany nd Monday in Kebruarv. TiipriIuv after nft.r 2nd Mouduy In Muy, Tuesday after 3rd m ugusi, ruesuay utter 2nd "'U"""J In Monday November. Thomas Sanders DnnfloA tA.in...in.. after tho oeeond Muulny In February, uner .uu .Moiulay in .May, Wednesday urier 3rd Monday in August. ednesday uf ler 2nd Monday In November. c.' X' sf"s. Fordsvllle. Thursday after ;nd Monday in February. Thurbduy uftur ;.nd Monday In Muy. Thursday 3rd Monday in August, Thursday after after 2nd Monday In November. l'aUW'. 1!nI'li, Friday after Snd t. Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law HAIlTFOnD, KY. Will praotlco bis profession In th and adjoining counties. Commoreli and Criminal Practice a Specialty. Fo-ll- x, Barnes Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. iH & Smith Mfss,ra W. II. Il.'iniMM mid C. E. Smith announce tdiat tho)' liavo Jonu-- a jrrac-tic- e iKirtnn.Tlii!p feir tilie of law, cxo.tpt crbuliivil and dlvor cases, Mr. Smith bxlng County Attor-rno- y is ceases. prurvxjntod Mr. Barnes accept Buch proctiou. HaTtford Ilepubllcom from proculctng such' Willi individually, Off.lcB .building, in ltart-for- d, Ky. Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, - KY. Will practice his profession In Ohle and adjoining counties and in the Court of Appeals. Criminal practice and Col lections a Specialty. Office ln the Her aid building. FRANK L.FELIX. Attorney at Y AN CY L. MOSLE Y. LtAW m HARTFORD, - KY. Jlonday i- envspa- jQWurs. many Eoari.is Ot many pnpld and they nrw as rJsaroualy guard d as aro th yccauts of a confy3-so- c or any oithor proftis.onnl p.irsan. R pofitfjns, in ivituim, exjiost th mnie f'ja canfidjncs from oj1u.cv3, but tlw wtiwirs too oftun have txx llt-tivwpcct confi-df.-ncla By special arrangement with the Farmer and Stockman of St. Louis, we can offer The Hart foul Republican, one year; The Farmer and Stockman one year, both for $1.25, and give these four house plants postage paid absolutelyifree. 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 piepaid. AVe 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 tho coupon now, before it is too late, and mail it or send it to us with S1.25 todaj , dnJU,y In J','. '" J'T1,'111' Will practice- his profession In all the Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and In the Court of Appeals. Also Notary Public. Office over First National Friday utter 2nd Bank. r "on-lay In November. Oongtv.ga'iona'.uats, In oonn'.-oMo- Voranciii, 15. wtiih Hw connpairal'dvo t ami Ranmn Catholic bodiljs, it ehould ' bo unidar-stao- d many of tho contest an that attendants of tteo Pjo.tab'janil ch.unch.dS are not regarded, ns m nilxirts, wMlo is the Roman Gaitho'ue bapfcd, by fe numb or cf which innludiiS infants, and (Stir nd'aial cammiunlcani'js include ail ovlit Uue age of Betavon 1S90 and 1S9C t(h? church nMmb.ireihiii lneivo:fcl 12.3G7.530 , or 60.4 pzr curat. The Ineivasu is distinctly Protoaatanil bouYo3 was G.2S0,-55iTlw Eaiitisit or 44.8 jar Otmit. bodies ttJiciicafied 1,U49,7CC, or G2.5 iH?r oaat The CoaiigregaUonaUata liinoivjis- Thu o.int. ed 187,799, of 3G.6 pjr per DdBO'jpkss adlod 501,308, or 31.0 ojnit. 'The Luthwran bodies IncawKd fTlnj omit. by 8S1.422, or 71.G pjr Jtotlhodi'.st bodius rank ffcst do ongan-lzatdo-us and mtanbonahilp, w'lhit an of 35.7 i.ir oenr. giving tibeni adddtiltiais of any Df tho the largi.-iiidaiani:iiaLlos- Rijgardud in Uio light of iierojni'ns ikihich orti apt to deoalvi 61w uniwary tlh& Chria'alan Scdiinci hava iniondaskid &tafcu!c3 of PiraW-tani- wf stre-r-gfi- caii-mat- 5, t mono rapidity tdian any utlur loli'S'iciua 8,7-- 1 body. In 1S90 tih iy naiiinbored and S5.717 dn 190G, shaming an approiaiion cf ih eituation. o The man ivlio lias brokt-.- a wi.th a ni3WBpaijr man will find tliat ,tlijttjofith.r he will not bi whr.n he he should have bcwi and if any um.banrasEiniant p.suKs to him the fault can bo to his own unfair attitude tcnard itlw paper that wa3 plaj'ing faur wiiiii him. State of Ohio, Ottyof Toledo, ss. Lucas Counity, Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is senior pantner of ithe firm of y & Co., doing busdntiss in F. J. the City of Tol?do, Oountiy and State aforesaid, and that said firm will nay DOLtho sum of ONE HUNDRED of LARS for each and every case Catanrh ifahat cannot be cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. FRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to before me and subscnllKsd in my pnesoaice, this Oth day of Ducem bar, A. D. 18SG. (Seal) A. W. GLEASON, Notary Public. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken infernally, and acts directly on the blood and mucous soirfaocs of the sysitan. Sand for ititttlmoniols fane. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. Sold by all Druggists, 75c. Take Hall's Family Pills far m s Ch-jnwji. 1'OLICK COUItT. O. II. LII.uiis.CIty Attorney; bam lllk.y, Marohnl; Court convenes second .Monday In each month. ' V0,V."L'"-:- J WHIIunis. S. K. Cox. Trias: Ik'1' ,tTo1"'"'' T. It. War- i'".,"1 rmrl' . " Iknn, w. M. Fair. IV11 Ta.;r-,W- E. ""Is, U P. Moore. S- - alc""- chairman; IV 40oJ.ltrr,u',u,e-- J' c- il- - Rurnett. c M. Crowoeyand 'c;rL'ary' U. - Pendleton. Dr. K. HULIQIOUS SEItVICKS. M1. 12. Chiir,!, siniiff. uA.,irt.... M and evening every firsc" un'd T UdVd SuV," -- -iiiuiiwi. aunuuy a. m. Prayer inciting everySchool UM aiy,MC'.";- - ",w. VirB, Klgh, I'asior?.... ..... !um morning an re.Un'g. i...SunUay s" ?,,ia, '"'.J "''llng every w".l' uv-J' " "runer. pastor. Ices every fourth Smittiv 'S? Church-Se- n. C. M. Crowe. IIAIITFOUD Judge, AND " '": QCILLthe COUGH CURE the LUNGS WITH Or. King's ZXrifP' OLDS oo Um Discovery Trial Bottle Frt AND AIL THROAT ANOLUNO TROUBLES. n run 8l pnicE ti.oa . ''l. " Zol OTJABANTEED SATISFACTOBYl OS MONEY KEFUNDED. USE THIS COUPON. Date HARTFORD REPUBLICAN, Hartford, Ky., Gentlemen: Attached is $1.25 for which send me The Hartford Republican one year; the Farmer and Stockman one year; and your four hoiiseplants.., My Name is My Address is m' I!lacr w' " Wright C. P. Church Services first Sundav in each month at U . ln. und 7 p. m Sunday Scool 11: li. Ohio County KY. SECUKT SOCIETIES. Hartford Lodge No. ffS, F. All Matters Given Prompt Attenmeets flra urn! third .Monday & A. Min each mom tion. PENSION AFFIDAVITS A i.,"r;" ri.. P. Fortinan .Secretary. ' '"'"uiiij simpler No. 110. It. A. M SPECIALTY. meets every tlilrd Saturduy night In paitor. P- - J. NEY FOSTER Notary Public. HARTFORD. 1 u,,. Pythias, meets every Tuesday night. c-Ney Koster' K- Joi Ft: &Tun' Hartford' Tent No. 99, K. O. T. M ,.ovey T?1." It. D. flrst ant' third Thursday nlgiit Walker, ComnMinder; UP. loremun. Itccord Keeper. Sunshine Hlvo No. 42. L. O. T M meets every first and third Mrs. Attye OrlffinXIdy SSSSl Keepe3' LUla Carpenters a'nd Joiners local No. 1881. iSSSl" 1KltSaturU,ay nlellt ln '"eh month M8' Ire8,! W' Luce' Se- Treas. Hartford Chapter No. it, O. E 8 h!!retMr!C02d nnd fourth Monday oven'l A. Anderson, W. M. Miss Lizzie Miller Secretary. Hough Itlver Lodge No. 110, Knights of W Snjrin!;vjil'n T; MooilllshPrieits OTTO C. MAltTl.N 8. l'.McKE.NNBT Martin & McKeiey Hartford, Ky. '1; General Insurance Life, Accident, SicK """. u rrt and Fire. WILL ALSO BOND YOU. New or Old Subscriber? ,'ou.r:' .'iday ;.ghtm In ZSZ5 .:'!." 'KuncK inouio Grand CvM- "arnett Secretary. - AcrriA TArlirn Mn 9W T of 8S2.5 of M. Accardi'.ns to itihs oaJmai'n Fouiini'jo di FJnlx tho nuiniUir of p.ir-aoAnij-rlc- a in Xontli and Sou'h affiliajoid wiJUi Mia Oa'Jhollc Ohnnohi is tdw Piioit,.a'tint 5898,881, and with ObJiroli.. 57,294,014. Oojnani'a CVu'Jia-llc- s, 2.721.781; 0,574,481; Prata-itaqtiCadholJcs 2,055,920; Protuatamt 8 , tMahaiiini,.idaiiiB, 30,000,000 Ca hollies, 3,007,250; PnqtrB-iaii- ta Asia: , GG2.750; Ontitioilox Grwa Churcli, 8,820; Mahanuii'edans, Osnfuolan'.si'.is, Hitiidus and Buddliia'.s n Aia'a wuia nwt oa'dinait'd. Tho church property in tii-- i Ur.itud atabs oibnniti d by Mvj lait tvaius is aat down at $1,257,575,807. Tills incltul. tlw bulldliiGjs that .aw iwrt Of far worship, oifrain, bulla, &c. ns ikt ocint WANTED ACTIVE MAN IN EACH LOCALITY Adrress all Orders to HARTFORD To Join this Society. Sick, accident, death beneilts. And introduce our Memberships. All or spare time. $50 to $300 a month. Every Member secured gives you a steady monthly Income. Experience not needed. Write for plans. Box Covington, Ky. JI-20- Ohio Trlbo No. 18s, Order Men. moot ,wnn,i i Imp..' .Jr .S,. Red daynight" in Vae1VmonTh.Jarm,esWc?See' Cll,ef " of itoSnTmmm HnTtfnrA Cnmn tir r i 'Tnoma'8 H11"11""'; Clcrk" w! C. WaUace!' wonon rost No. 4. Q. A. n . r,c' tjmcSSnJSU3."l A. S. of E. National Officers: Presldent-F. Sharp, Narrows. Ky. Vice President J. M. Woods. .. Pl ln' '" dlanapoils; Ind. M. hlVrfilni-V.Tr.nuii.A- .,'n "" Electric Bitters FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE k to the best medicine ever eeM over a druggist's counter. Succeed when everything else faUe. In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy, as thousands have testified. HARTFORD, KY. this sum $935,912,578 'was ciM'.iV.U.d to to the IVo, oinis aiiul $292,C:iS,7b7 wIiUm $2S,99!.-50- 2 tlw CaiMiolic bolong to itiho J'lwbli and u'jluir Cimi-eJi, bodloj. Clirlatiiin 11 inJd Alniaaiac. trowel ,tlw blacksindth's liammw, the butcher's cluavwr and the ditch digger's shovel. Hut what about the Newspaper Confidences. many tliousauds of highly raid Amer Every onoo in a wliilo eouw jiurwin ican workmn wlio aw now employed coiu6 to a jiousiJa.jKir oCluj wiltli Uio in making those tools and implements complaint that Uicvo is boirlj'lidug What will Uwy do for a living when, In uu ftwm and his arhor tardea vu are inerniiitUd to miakft all ,princliial nreunnLfiA Is "if a ivjparti.r tlie oo1b? And tin--) miners he fur- - "I am a trva illug axlosinan," w.riios E. E. Youngs, E. U.irlcshhv, Vt,"and wLth con?tliu,tlon was of tun tnoubl-to Uoo and lndIg.atlcMi till 1 Ir. King's Now lZfo Pills, Whloli I have found an uxo dlunt ivjnudy," For all sUwu;li, livior or kldn.iy troubles they arc unouualod. Only 25 oua'is at m all drugglbts. The Trials of a Traveler. l:ni in Tools. It is announced uion apparently good authority that Iho House nace men and the railing mdll men THE majority will fmnw and pass a now omployod in Buplying the &&-- . 8EVVIN0 itools are fash- bill placing upon tlw fros list all tixira which American MACHINE loa:d whnire will "their wages come tools of iron and Kiwi used by OF Btu-takes from mhica foreign tool and nntdsons. v This Bictnis QUALITY. probable. It is (julita in line tlie place cf American, itool sto.il? with tho blundering tactics of the Every ua-- r of an Anienlcan-niadfairmera for what they wema gains tool is engaged in working to supply NOT to Kuffior fironi the Caradlan tlie di .niand provided by well employSOLD wmll paid labor In some othbill. It pnoposi s to nob lyatr to ed and UNDER who pay Paul. At iweuont probably 90 er fie'd of industry. Tlw men ANY custonwrs-oOTHER iwr dint, of tlw tools us.-- by Amur-lea- n make the tools aro good the men who us-- tlw tools. Hut NAME. workiuun am made by Q'tor Ainunlcan wurkui-n- . Tho prios are will rtJujfy ixnialu good custemi "ra when WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. iMi exaasilsTO and the (two's ana in Wuy fholl have tost their Jobs nil foivigiii a are aiow making quality and seirvlceabtano-- lequal, If If you piirclmko tlioNKw HOME you will bavo a lifo awt at tho price- you pay, oud will lFJt tujKemioir, to any that are mad'j the itxwls? CMrtahiity trnty ivaul utlt. is, we bjlleve ,no complaint not have uu endless clmluof repulrs. abroad. .es Ujifdur ii3 schenvj tho on tho pant of Amw:iian us.r of tuota Quality AiiHunican cariion or might, jwbups, that the tools made in Amenlcu tarn Free-Tra- de Fiitj-Tradi 1 siuie uriicers: President. Frqmon, Carroll county, Pres. rr0U' Uc"uen'on county Vice NEW e Fav)-Tra- de d HOME - j s Ohio County Ofiicers: 8. L. Stovens Pres.. Dcavcr Henry Plrtle, See. Hartford, Dam.Ky. Ky. D. iord, Treas.. Hartford. Ky. COUNTY BOAUD OIi EDUCATION. Henry Leach, Chairman, Hartford, Ky. 1. L. B. Tlchenor, Hartford, H. V. O. No. S. Z. K. C. Hurtford. Itoynolds. Ky. 3. M. 8. l'attorson, Olaton, Ky. 4. U. L. Alford. Whlto Itun, Ky. 6. Illchard Phimer. Taylor Mlnes.Ky. (. J. L. Brown, Itockport. Ky. ofl'aldZer."eraer Warrcn c"nty. State .i.nh., '"""t. IIenry county, and stato Qravcs, county, Asslstunt organizers. war" .... ,, , "A i. uurnuii,""'"on, coun- ai, n unio ty; A.uu..!,, H. llrooks, Uracken county; It. 13. : ?ay'. Hardin county, und J. F. Doss. Muhlenbeig county. SEEDS BOCUsnstCM Blip SUCCEED I SPECIAL OFFER:Willi rMs4. to kaHS M. A trial PrtKCfllKtlM r.1kML'!-'.- " uiHiBb i 1 1 ai lUMilOSKtPi-ismrtMf- f mua YOU MrfiwnAnt i Rulaw. MltMnr. naam uub i BDiaiuuii liaiii nnii Write I to I IWUMMIM, l UUAMiniELH to-aa- y; Mention thin Paper. J TH 'LEAKE. VSArVSrBAAAAArVVVWVVWVVVt U, PVPf. ami PU.t lk.k. I lailracure, Btuural BX4Mfflllf wu ui .bNt la. Jtotl a SmiIi, u. kH.W. SEND IO CENTS ew rwtu. .id putlu U4 tw.1.. IkU Talatkl WHS .11 MUf, ,wnKttoi,,.i.i tuliM lluu. J Thc-n-- a -'- , pjpj Fnaj-Tra- de 'POSITIONS' be able to buy liis mw n fcw cents clioaptir, and so wilth tlie niasan's too Wgii-inilce- d or of iiifrariai quality.' Considered tPLNTFUL TJw proi)od FroTjBide U1 'wdll not gma'jlfy or bemefit any American workman. Hut it will, if einaatxd into law .bring liUent.es and want to many thou?ands of Anien'oon ami the famlldos depomdwit upon tlik-in-. tcui-maku- kit the iwMlr7ikiBittD Cheapest in the end to buy. our latent eatuloguo before you 7cci fiusMcssfamfhfs?rarttn. SKScA - ViZm-.A- .' SSJOCUAVfSftdT 1nu$i WFAP t s 'Rl Clnllirn Cry FOR FLETCNER!S C ASTORIA If you want a sewing machine, write tot purcLaho. rrtfa.S4a JZonsWg Green, Jfy ? Tbe New Home Sewing Hacfee Co., Orange, Hatd Zarmn0l &&&Bftkifaim W v x w r i' "tfWiffl SMut. X JEBiW,'';!lw.l'4IJ4jiTS BSaraiV 1 1 sbsK1 T- v CASTORIA For Infants and Children. frw I? Bui CASTORU ALCOHOL 3 1EH CKNT. a AVcgclaWeIVfparallonror,s-slmllailndihcFbodanilRcdiil- The Kind You Have Always Bought 1 lingllic Stomachs and Dowels oT Bears the Signature of p Kan :i;ii rrnw.iwsvMajlllelllliil.l PromolcsDigpslionfltffriii ncss and ItestjContilns nciihcr OpiunuMorphinc nor Mineral. AW iV V In To Flattering Girls and Widows. how you howl about it Rnid nowolve your voA off In Xwsa associaltlons (EDITORS NOTE Thra following Is mo rings, nnd fchun, If you havo thj coromunta'jed and iuiliUilKid iby mural courago, ithlnk of fuluu Kiditoc of tilicj local jiapor In sxnir IjqAtii, mud I .lovu you etM I hrvd mp will Mltiai'i.iWir Lny to Ciguru out Imw hi fWM nnd Thio Loving Mcs ithat ibourwl us luui whoro itlw JnrfUaj bon.ts In when you no kVjs'.ivj Ifio Bavtir Htorally "slick it into Ivlm," ami do Oh Jvciw Sil fJinlt Mo oanlt tow Its wo not give him Uio BUiniort for lila iUt of bid, pruiiusi'jlon that you nsk for your I ajj "tilio tail t of ilovo lis lovo qwn. grown coVL .Da oanjful. T.Iv.to Is no all.?y bo jnilnon liuah-- il long but thn,t lit has Its ash ixanrel, I aiji'ihutlavowllKlarutcn and iMwno is no knock so iwwurtul by Jar and fixit, Tliioitgh my lalrug iirni!tfiS &3iojwn or HUbLllo but itho,t a'jacts. Gjt ,Tako tlw odltxjT into our for yn jij' Glvu him tho vlaw lw has midst. no gum iiii my Anil his. Do TJuit I wtw wot itilww on our fiixnl oa.rm:l and which Is a favor and ltntJi) iour ond vmuU.nig lny. ' uj) by supporling tw local Jiuwfc3iaiK Oh Just it.W.nlv of 'Sflio (lovtjng liouns wo and &upiKini it for all you am ,wortih. " ju-itl- y Honored by Women silent secret sufTcring tho (rusts you. Millions have be stowed this mark ol confidence on Dr. R. V. Pierce, ol lluflalo, N. Y. Everywhere there are women who bear witness to the wonder-workincuring-powol Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription g, When a woman npciks of her sSBSwSBBBBwaSBBBBBBBBBBkw AfiirnWottaoji iwiii--''- ! W' '' i i ii 0 which saves tho tuffcrlnf sex from fain, and successfully grapples with woman's weak f'Ji ncsscs and stubborn Ms. aSBBBBBBBff 'aSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBST l(or?553:"" IT MAKES WEAK WON EN STRONd IT HAKES SICK WOMEN WELL. liavvj Hr3it togiftUor, I lUiought itlwn riwy wmild to.at I Uiooiglut lni-- Dlooiw W. Va., DoniooraU tor-i- r, -- No woman's appeal was ever misdirected or her confidence misplaced when she wrote for advice, to tho World's Dispensary Mrdical Association. Dr. R. V. Pierce, President, Buffalo, N. Y. Of. Pferc'j Pleasant Pclltta Induce mild natural bowel movement once a day. Stop Those Fains. UlV. gHof 1 li - '1 Tlmborvlllc, Miss. Miss Gertrude of Timber Ulo. writes: "I JnyxtfOJIkXWIUItWJl Oh iwti ma liaiiy rHB I. did not know anything oould stopthoso svnfmol SrfQ womanly pains, from which I suffered jUx.Smtt Just itlibiik of miy sad, tail Ihiemnt, for two years, until I tried Cardul. I ils ncln'.ng for (var.t ot ter.idrjriMoi,'d It hod been troubled with norlous feniiut t'houtd In fru Ay tspotaini male ailments, but they wore cured In Itmnlrn- TJiat iUw ibVj:ad songw of bilnd'3.. (rWgr a little while, thanks to Carudi." Car 'mfcrars Ilut In your lutirt Is JUdljn, mjisliir-k- a dul Is especially adapted for use by Apcrfcct Remedy forComnft Bj'U, ailing women. It relieves headache lion . aour aroraciuiiamiuw And ilwTo tibiy will lvmiain ns Js backache, dragging feelings, irreguISoSUI Worms ,ioiwuisioiis.rcvcnsii your sjtub;bani 'will, larity, nervousness, misery, and wom9RB ncss and Loss OF Sleep. It malKJ) niori niialgj t.o Itioll (jvu boj'3, anly weakness. It is safe. It Is rolla Facsimile Signature of Tliat a flaitifranlns iwpninn in outn bio. It does tho work. Will you try B-- 7 It? Please do. am. Aind nnl lifc lo mian an awNEW YORK. . $42 Tobacco. ful hell. feHfa :Lizw 12. A now Lijxlng'on, Ky. Now I ani drinking from lovos .blijiior torjaord jmloe Jar Ilurloy loose-u- p cup, bacco on itho Ijxilngtom mankot as And I ftvr tliat soonjr or laiitT you oslWblilbhod today wli-j- n ijiant of n will ,tali a sup, consignment bolonging to Ll'w,.i.m Exact Copy of Wrapper. mmv, ) oe errf. I fvjar you will wait until It will bo Wlilto, of iwar SadlortllR?, BpM. countoo laitus, ty brought 'jhe phanonienal figures if Tlun sjnio day you will cry and ?42 ihiV hundivjd. So for thils top3 say: any ai"'Co that lia3 naild for tltbi i Jio:v! this AVh'jro is tilio one I would tow to ibolcmiging to Savi iral o'lhur la'us know, POSITIONS GUARANTEED atln-agivwors sold for $34 ito'$3S. so, Th? nvm I liavo AUtog-iAo- r will GUARANTEE you a ponltlon If you about ajv.jn bund red C01113 back dw't lijar nw calling, irriieusroniBooii. wo mica many mora biu- nt (Jb tliousand pounds .Marie said once to supply tbu enonnous demand or, d dontn ut for our KruttuiituB. Afl soon as wo (fot tbo rtiqulrcd Uoslngton an ihouses Wodnuasidai-- , r.t Conw bxck, axn-- (Uack, aiowr fiar. thin offer will bo withdrawn. So number of students i"j wrlto at onco lor particulars. pnlcos ranging fnom $1 $12 ! I will! in.' 't you at tha door as I ii hundred. TIib ttiiarl;.t wo3 finni nnd f a1 y Jinvo bdforw; v jr tho d&mand waj strong. Yui God b'xtis ycu with a antllo, si3 PteWZi V tSsY a loving mother would 'horcliild Tihjn iUfjiis wdll to golns nty iay, BOOKKEEPING BUSINKSS COLLEGE 1 will answer jou and say: Businesj.Phonography mtoHroafciKii (4CHIVAUTZ lO TYPEWRITING and KwrAnunnRK loo-Loursvirrr, ICY. i TJiot flat&wJng girJs and widows ane sasaSTUFV TELEGRAPHY all of naught lo 1113, VILHUn Its SMITH BUSINESS CQLLEBE ..il fl.fii...r f.aa.rrl.l falla I. I Willi bo 'hunting for that missing Its PrenMent has years of experience Inf.lnll. mercantile and banking buslnens, al.o 32 years ednrsttnc lo.ono I iluivu longed to so; yonng men and women for mic reee. now. lidl M WaXBUB R. SJIITII, lextlnaion, Ky. fluckbM'i "Full ol Life" Northern Grows Hlint go'.dju link I 111I&3, Seeds liae a reputation ol rSyrarsicC IVli:rrrl scctI ma nnd succlul ttest. grow ing behind them. ItpajS 1st TkiC atur.i.ls Just bj'.wo-jblanl the h bl!sj. -Specialties: NOT NARCOTIC. and sJanraw would us by, Cratlln, GILLESPIE BROS. W.H.& J. P. GILLESPIE HAVE YOUR SUITS Cleaned Proprietors s Pressed ra Use For Over B LAGHSMITHING AND REPAIR WORK Thirty Years Repairing and Dyeing neatly done. Ladies work given special attention. Hats Cleaned and Repaired. Work called for and E.tealfl WE I UK I A lb. Horseshoeing a Specialty. Hartford, - Ky. delivered. month. Club rate $1.00 per Glilt, Hartford Pressing Y. M. C. A. 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Romonibor ihow "Sane" iyou && wiicn your customers ititmonl) mail order or buy in tho Ug nltiea Rieputmfbur from dviporUnenit Stores. ttttMlft 't fESTIGATING NEW THEORY The Kentucky Veterinarians Say Blackbirds are Cause of Fatal Horse Malady. Konbuoky vmSarftvui'ans arc Inwu'l-isatin- g a inw ithony ailxnracwJ. by Dr. M. A. Purely, of Slwlbyvlllo, Aslant Statu VrsVjnliurian, to acoounit for tlw mysterious malady wlidch Hun cauqyl the djalh of JiundtvuU ot liars u silica Hpring. .Mr. Purdy is toolliMJ 'MI-'win .lu cur miudii. Minii-iitlw grim of Olw llfliw. which has An'jfcur Faupihr, c,f i.lu's p'lio, yiifttiA nanitd trypiiusyoiuo, areibrouglt U. S. and H. D. FUught, of Cjnkjrtowr by S'uitis ujto irjm tlw SouMi-irSundvy. blackbirds, which cawy tin iufion iMra. W. K. Aihby, cf Olils lrtac, Is In. thdir blood. Thus..' hlickblrds, Dr. qulto OH. Purdy .1jjIjvuj, aw bittoa iby mosoul-to- t afftjr Jili dr arailval ivxi, nrdtii- A pleco of fLiniwl dampamod rA'lth Hiasquditws Jn itum outlier hitMa tlw Chimvbjrlaln's L'nlim mt and ibounid on hons-.to or ljiio3Jt their eggs on Uw to tlw af footed pan a is 6Uiwnlor by tlw nmmails any iilaator. damn foddv uYj-itroublcd iwlth Wlwn or which fli.13 bjaJUiw 1h5j2'o1. iTIIw fact lanw back or paiOB in tlw sldo that itho bliskibirds are lnfoc'wd iwlth clwsC give It a trtaJ and jou are twr-tawith tlw fjynnsyonundasjs Is already to be 1110:1a iShan pV.u-uIt is s'Jitud, and Dr. Purdy the prompt rolled which it affords. ar; now ungagud in Sojd by all drugglats. mi and Dr. analyzing tiw bralnis of honsas Wiliicli Good Roads Meeting. hare dlod of ftlus mysterious malady In of mffont to tauoo fchij lirogn as of tlw an Tlio Good Rcad3 Oonviarlion 's in Judge pm6 via tlw mosquito rcuje to tlw Ohio county wa3 offusj dn Hartford Saturday suiiimaus hfif'jo!jd. Tk iy havo dssmd as inr anmownwni nit in (ii-a ca1.! to Xarnijrj and stock luis-irof horses columns sjnie dn.vs ago. Tllw iiKUtlrc to sihip Oiani tdw brains which have d'ed of tlw dis taijj, in or-1- .t wa3 call-- d '.o ordjr by Piwtdjclt L. bo B. Tlohjnar, wjth Siaruory B. P. itluit tdw iryrvjarch work may (thorough, and coanplow. The discovor Bun at his dsk. the of thj gyrjno f itlw d'sTas-- In An abl-- and Instructive la'jk wa3 tlxid maiw by Sohcol Suist. h aah, which Wood or brain of otu of 'Us horses and IjIh du'jh of anoUiir bonsj was followed by iM Isiirs. Ttad iBaiman i inoculated wiMi Uliaaj Enniu arms Cal. C. M. Binwt, lircf. I. S. Rfoisan, would, Jn itlw opinfon of Dr. Klsjii-ma- n Will Berry, Esq. J. H. Illjs, V. K. and Purdy, bj rjvCdVjna in sup-pa- rt Rlwid3, Thomas Balmialii, Dr. E. AV of (3w Purdy theory. The fcymp-tar- Ford, Bud Brmn ?. and A'ib.nt ,Cox. body of the dLgjugj, unc a hor.y? Is A voti was j)ut bjfoiK? ulw nittock-jiMisil'SJ-'by tit, laitt much tlw samoas at filw rijqujst of (tlw thoso which aaaonipany nnniircgltis.ac-eurddr.- g that viach read hand pay n (ox of to Or. Purdy. iTjhio only dif- $2.00 pjr year, or work tlw rood four fer) moe, Iw says, ds fht' nm animal days. Mo'don iwa3 cann'J. piioiw ily Mano- - in itliods of inj,r attacked by nuningltiis 'cannot swaliby tlw workans ithe roads wuna dlaouraad, and low at all, (while one afXlldlbd vcad iww malady cm swallqw aavkjatftlnua also the n'an at pikrcis all wlwn at Is fiufifiorinis from ono of the ia tdxa county. It was Lusg.'siwd hai. paroxysms of imusaular spasms the prop ir way ctf piking would be to bond ith county. of "the aUnwnt. Th2 dl3das3 Meeting adojurned to t ira Aivril almost invariably fatal. In support of his theory, iDr. Purdy ca.ll.jd at- G at 1 p. i. tention to the fact that tlw blackbirds Selontary habits, lack of outdoor ar, fihat wena usually nuiniram 'this insufflcljnit inastlca.don of sumnwr wpjs an air.iUiuiHj- - wi one; exrblsie, the food, oonsLlpabion, a tcop'.d llv ir, worand thait itlw iwols uf wai'jjr utind-In- g ry and anxw'.y, are thrj meat cammon in Ho cor.n fl lids and Klw damp causas of stomach troubles. Conrtot ahock3 at fodd afiroul-- d an unusual your lubits and cake Chamberlain's ding iplaioea foil mosquiuumbjr of bru Tab'wts and you toes which wdroniuchmoiwawsdfrirous Stomach and L'ver will soon b wjll again. For ealrj by than usual. VrdVirtnan'ajis, hj said, m drugglas. liav3 ab;ut abandouitjl tht; 1'jhinoy that ail the disease Is causnd by mouldy corn Edison 65 Years Old. in or a vstoibV) .ikirasdij lurauiit Nw York, Feb. 10. Thomas A. liore frf d. Dr. Purely lis of itlw opinv yfora of ag--i ion that Chia inw disusj affict3 tlw Echsoa wdll bi 3ixt3'-fltomorrow, and Bald hi felt Alke be horee in tlw aiaiu way that jw'dagra He said lw wsuld aff-.c- s luunmi ilKtugs and 6s dnclind wa3 twemty-ifivof guarantiee to run up six Slights to beJIvvj chat tto liwo d:sond ,rs are a airs wdth any man of any age and more or 1jjs akla to uach other. ihlm at lolw oltp. He bo alwad or Snrlngfil-J- d Sun. atlll talc33 only four and a balf houns Mc-Hn- ry Lhjlr to b Hu'h grand duughfer, WUma llttlo Ingram, who ils sick. Mrs. Ada Park Young, of thl wont to. Nashville, Tnnt, Hast Frl-tli- y. SVw Willi .b. fingiag d in tiho mil-U- n iry duiiartnwnit olf L. Janus & Co. llr. Noah Raw, of this i"aoA Wrjni1 to Hartford Sunday. Mr. aadiMrs. ISsm Riiiwnn, fomvarly mkn.. ,1mA wilin AV.ir.lt to fbliV. it Colorado, Uiimj ywrs ago, hftmrnrd w fit to Jwxioo, tove irKlwrrlJd to iCils. cununiini'y. Mr. Ho,m.ui Imj Iwuight tlw farm own. d iby ilr. Ma"iatt dl III In. Mr. Giirfijld iltowv, of ulijs pliajai'-ton- d d lilw Odd V il'jjwa Icdso mi Tu'day night. Mr. A. It. Plumnwr, of Ckmitoplawni WJHlaima Mines today ONE FAMILY'S iuj, GREAT WEALTH It Could Pave With Silver Dollars rtcu Tf Uaco 0nr Tniti ui. nedd oiutiv luuit Test at Our Expense. Dr. Hess 'Caa4 MntlfflC uu TUraa itiuuuu niitw txn & Clark. a Track to the Moon and Back. o oiw family bj It Ttsec o!unsd in.o o"i'.nsi Anwrlcan silver dollars th placud odgj to edg, would mak. u track of llv r as long us the dismoon tance from the ttrih to tlw of th and more than itwo thirds ray back? dim If ithls could Iba and 4hu strdng of silver jdaojj Wr.ireof iw ij iw oaiiiiaga and ibn'igihlt, nnd strung frcin tlw oarth to Its eartedlAitOi Is tfce wealtli o ithait If grt ba This is what Dr. Hess &' Clark write us. and we stand ready to make pood that guarantee to the letter. If it doesn't pay, return to us the empty packages and we will refund your money. Feeding Dr. Hess Stock Tonic is just like applying fertilizer to the soil. Fertilizer makes the soil yield; Dr. Hess Stock Tonic makes the digestive organs convert more feed into growth. Sometimes 50 per cent, of the food a healthy animal eats is found undigested in the manure. If this wasn't true how could wc fatten our hogs on the corn that passes through the other stock undigested? Feeding medicinal ingredients will reduce this waste. Every medical writer in the universe says so. Saving a part of the wasted nutrition by increasing digestion is known as the Dr. Hess Idea of Stock feeding. Get this idea firmly in your mind. Do not allow the system to waste half of your feed save a partjof this waste. Every particle you save means profit to yourself. n Hi Hundreds of Herds Made Immune from the Socalled Hog Cholera Epidemic by Feeding Dr. Hess Stock Tonic, of tlw paejlc fancy of tlw laddvir light I tidung up to llw moan .would lndo?d (be Tilw ln d wry rich fs never nn oien book. A of tlw Rollwehild'. recent esilmat is tun Iwjjiijdtjni wealth lis madia round-nioway. Tlw fortunes of the hou?o ds said to have b?n found d Lonilon on profits made on the Rolbskihild by a Stock Exchanga through Jids ilinrting early infanmoi'i n outcome of tlw of the ibattlo of Watenloo. ' i r.allarl. vx'ont of ihj wtfiiMu olf tlw Dr. Hess & Clark are having hundreds of letters from stockmen all over the corn belt that are saving their herds from the ravages of the Hog Cholera Epidemic by feeding Dr. Hess Stock Tonic and disinfecting the pens and sleeping quarters with Dr. Hess Dip & Disinfectant. is guaranteed to cure poultry ills and make hens lay. It has M. 1 UU1U the same growth and egg producing function as Dr. Hess Stock Tonic. One extra egg will pay for all the a hen eat3 in three months. Pnifllrv Pan.a.rA.a J dll'a'liC'd Pan-a-ce- -a Instant Louse Killer Kills Lice. li-l- d Wcd-dlng- Ohio County Drug Company, HARTFORD, Tjiosa nresjrjt ,wuro: Batll Shields. Mlstus Annie and Ollw SMolds; li 4a and Isub?ll Raiinoy; Galda and Olga Snildi; Bailie and Mary Oraihb; 1 .aura and Aiui Miller; ftuillnj .loHiW-Nltuiby SliUWrJ, Muiry ShUild', Mary i, s syinip-toniaj- ic m-w- ijoaMel whr-.ieons cif French branch of tin diouae, died iha Ijflt to his daughter HeVm about $70,000,000 ftvther (was The fortune of Helen's twiC3 that sum, aad his thn.u Ibnotli-or- s and one slstor inh:nted las Jiuich tvach foil to hdm. From ithls dt ds pnjsunwd '.diat Kilw oamblni id itoirttun s of Qw five htj'.ns amouiiVd to $700,000,000 and $SOO)00,000 In 1SG1. Thi re were four braxcdios of tlw family, suppoajd 'to bs equally ,th dr making rich ait 4hi3 ilm., wvn'jth $2,SOO,000,OOa and $3,200,000,000 37 years ngo. ar n jmafit At 5 iper h fortune doubUs In 20 jvars. If tlw Rothschilds could do no bj'ter than that wdth tin ilr money thi y Bhould liave had from $."i.GOO,000,000 to dn 1SS4, and dn 1904 from $11,200,000,000 to $1200.000.000. Since 1904 tine combliwd ifontunus of tlw family should have boan n.ugraiwiit'd xo by one ibhird, so that ascordilng this reasoning the Roi'ihsffhidd family tmug Is now the posaacsor of blw s,um of bxftwo-.$14,900,000,000 and in tlw In tdw guess as to waltih of the family it is one ot .tlw four that itlw who foundtid Janxa, pnsW - INCORPORATED - KENTUCKY, gr-rr-?' 4 t i Draku. M.r. Kstll Mantln Smftjh ivdij niarnjd ly a'tond-j- B,i3io ar.d ait llantfcrd iMcci-dai y. Tdw minting of Mw A. S. of wars lans1 i E. Ins rTE?N tO Prize Offers from Leading Manufacturers search of Patent Office records. Our Ar. Greeley was formerly. Acting Commissioner of Patents, and7 as such had full charge.of the U. S. Patent Office. Dook on patents. "Hints to inventors." "Inventions needed." "Why some inventors fail." Send rough sketch or model for ctt Fn'.dty night. Mr. sold his slpck of good3 nit Sjlcot to Mr. J. H. Stfjwant. buildMr. IiitU Arbucklo will ing a n jw aonj housw tut Bol ot in tlw twxt fw day b and will begin Falling goods by Alrll. Mr. Palace Smlii lias been putting b-g- J. J. Stwunt, Crmwjll, GREELEY &M9INTIBE mjo) ( 1 INCORPORATICD Up dCA WASHINGTON, n of another flour mill going tip at CronivoM. Mr. J. L. Miliar and wdfe, Satoat, vis Thiro is alk T). C. if gril s&m $17,100,000,000. ltjd Jus son, Orvlle, at Ugauoiort, rjtwntly. e. n-- Texas Woman Near Death. swp. Wills Point, .Tex. In a latter from Wills Point, Mrs. Victoria Stalllnga cays: "I was afflicted with womanly troubles, had a dreadful cough, and suffered awful ialn. I certainly would haro died If I had not been relieved by taking Oardui. Now I am stronger and In bettor health, thai I ever was in my life. I can't say ihalf enough for this medicine." Do you Suffered with need roliaf? Cardui will help you. Mr. B. W. IVy it far your womanly troubles. Its D. Barnes, age is its guarantee. It cures ex - Sheriff of Warren B-- 10 Doctors Said Health done Throat Trouble Tlw Anwrloan OJlvor dollar is a shatla less than an inch and a hafif m diamjter. Edght of tlwm praced edge to odgi covur a tinlfle than a llnur foot. Tihero are 3.2S0 ftJt in a mil?. A fraw more than 42,210 of the coina mould covur a mile. Tha dlstonoj of '.ihia .moon from tilw oarth Is about 200 miles flhont Of 240,000 miles. The number ot Aniarlcan sdlvor dollars placed edge to tida required to cover tho distance Irani tlw learth to the tnoan, 22S.000 null??, would be approximate 10,137,000,000 The larger otimato of fdw Ucldiaaaild family's fortuiw Is $17,100,000,000. Saventujn ibllliom and oio hundred million Anir.inloan dollars iwauM place a track from the eanlih to blw moon and more itlian twoHSMndJ of tlw way back. Browning's Maigazliw. i Ferris, Tex. In a latter from tills place, Mary Kilman, says: "I was confined o my bed for threo monitli3, with womanly troubles and during agony. this time suffered untold The doctor said an operation was inevitable. I tried Oardui. Now I am well, and able to do a great pant ot my work." Thousands of ladles havo testified to the benefit obtained from ts Cardui, the woman's tonic. It unnecessary womanly ipalnsand builds up womanly strength. It is a Try it It will help true tonic. B-- 9 you. pro-ven- Advance Sale OP ! Spring Goods purchases for spring are arriving every day and we are giving you the opportunity of selecting snappy, merchandise from the season's offerings. OUR up-to-da- te rl1& &55?!5V Discharge in Bankruptcy. In the District Court of itlw Uniltd Dig'jnlct of Sta'ies, for the Wystirn Kentucky .Qwiensbaro Dlv,lalon,ln Bank ruptcy. dn the matter of Thomas Monument al Worlds and Jas. A. Thomas, a Bank, rapt. On tluls 12th day of Fobnuary A. D., 1912, on coRsldjninig tlw iHtltioni ot the aforesaid bankrupt for lwd on the Stih day at iVbruarty A. D., 1912 it is ordered Iby tlw court that a Iwaring b-- liad upon (he etune on the 23rd day ot March A. D., 1912 betone aald Ped.irad Count Hall at a V&iLaaaaaaaaaaaaaaV OUR NEW Clothing, Spring Plain as Day. Tlw DomoarjiUc nutty can not and will not giV3 tlw im'JPW Buoh Tariff legislation as will biilng nuffiiotint novoniw or PiKi'mQt itho labonais and producers of lUils uu!try. iA.ll tlw bill tlnjy ihaiMo iMjrttd no liae bean Ignoiuintily daiiwn and of a maitutv no uo with any oanficl iiiai to wliat:of(Vir iu iffliajr in'Jegriitiy or ability. Fro iivori (ill.) Jaumml. f-to-.pl- County, Tennessee, in a letter from aVh Tennessee, writes: "I had throat trouble and had VLtJK. tors treating Ginghams, India Linens and Embroideries FOR MEN Here's a tock that all men have been looking for. If you demand trim fitting hose your own fancy as to weight socks should be if you have any favorite colors, you will wear $Mllifift0 to youreverlasting satisfaction. ... . . - ...A.I1 M.ne o 1 guarantee icuiuib tojn.. attractive there are no darning miK1aa tutnnra nndl aaTHBM Are now ready for threo doc You are probably aware itliat piwu-uwn- ia me. A11 always njsultis tvam a iold,but failed to do FaaasiaaaaV you nover hiiird of a cold In me pnummonia wJwa Oliunibdriiiln'is Cough good, and Itemedj- - was uid. Why take the pronounced may lw m y health tlw risk wlwu tin's ruiu-xlgone. I coMr. B. W. D. Barnes. by all bud for a itniflw? Tor salo ncluded to druggists. mi try Peruna, and after using four bottles can say I was entirely cured." Unable to Work. . l''b. II. lvtvi dai'noyHl a barn a'ld Mr. Gustav Hlmmclrclch, Hochhelm, orab, includCng wlmit, luiy, and earn Texas, writes: bjlonsI3 to Mr. 1). M. Park, (it this "For a number of years I suffered pUcyj, iist KiJ4iy marni'.ns. So whenever I took cold, with sovero attacks of asthma, which usually yielded Alias Uu'h Tiloliijimr and lMU3 Myr-tl- o to the common homo remedies. "Last year, however, I suffered for Park, of iMuls iiilaoe, a:vj gu.j Its uf eight months wlthcut interruption so Tlfilwiior, uf Prank fo.i, Jt Br. D. P. that I could not do any work at all. is lWJdVjs b way llw Bllrla nrj lnv-In- g The various medicines that were preitilnw scribed brought me no relief, it wilillrj at tlw Kentucky Capjal. "After taking six bottles of Peruna, Friday "WIUhu day" itli-- iwuiut to two of Lacupla and two of Manalln, I itud Owud tlw am free of my trouble so that I can do Uw e.vutlvo iiwuiu'-oheartiiddrisa delivoivtd by tlw illaUiisulah-c- d all my farm work again. I can to any ily recommend this medicine Woadi:xw Wdlsjn, of Nrjw one who suffers with this annoying Jionoy. complaint and believe that they wlU tilr. and Mrs. E. Q. Goopqr ftvoivt to obtain good results." aBBBaBak any Lciulisvllle, Ky., In Bald dlsfjrLat at 10 o'clock, dn tilw ifanenopn, or as awair thiro'D as praotjcable, and ilhal no;tice tlwrecf be puhlJiilwd onu Uina In your inspection. THE early buyers will "central grove." Hantford Rjpubllcan, a iwwspapar piiintcd dn said dla'.nlot, and iil:a;t all known onjditons and o.'lwr p 'iieons in interest may appqar at eald (ilnwarad plaoo and show cause, ilf any th?y liava, why itlw prayur of taild patutdoji-o- r should not be grant.d. WITNESS tlw Honorablo AVaittir Evanu, Judge of eald Count, mud tlw iK ntucky, sail 'tdujirf, at Owkjm-ibarill tsadd dls'mlQt, on Ww 12 day of February A. D., 1912. A. O. RONALD, Clark. M. E. DUNN, Dopui'y Clark- - m H I these purchases, the prices we are making on these goods ought to move them out quickly. Now is the time, while our stock is complete. Don't fail to make an early visit, you will not be disappointed. Respectfully, pet the pick of sr? given froa for any that punch through heel, toe or sole within four months of their purchase. It ia surely worth an extra premium to be insured against such an annoyance, and yet the price carries no penalty tor toU extra Mrvica. Iat u Om-w'na- r OAK GROVE. 13. frn,a Uttte infaoft jalld Fab. of Mr. Ecil Shlelda died VST nuddonly Friday might acd was baiiiil at the SliUlds buiylng ground SuaAay. Mias Olaa Smith vlitod Miss Elza-bDavidson, Hartford, Friday and Sa'.urday and ivporte a ulc--a time. Tho 'jound supioir was largely attend! Ust Thursday night nt Mr. M CARSON & CO., V"i INCORPORATED BARNARD & CO. Daalatrs HARTrORD, KY. Hartford, Kentucky. :i i St'')