You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
The Hartford republican: January 31, 1913 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1913 hao1913013101_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: January 31, 1913 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1913 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. )je v r Fine Job Work. A Jforifod DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL iiitblicim THE PEOPLE OP OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1 per Year No. 29 J vol. xxv. lifvjtyi on t,'ie HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., EJLUDAY, JANUARY 31, 1913. tjil A to TOBACCO SALE of UiltrivT.I irofid, pf. fin yp.iit. n rrvi!(on ofCrcd by Usury SIMM Ora-liiV- THOUSANDS SAVED BYsPARCEL POST HalfMillionDollarsinPock-ets llluii The J.,? s kno.vs U'tat wirvtw nlao 13 at Infi end. Viom RADICAL IS RATIFIED By Uv wan a.lwVrl vj;n nitty' () txtu-rv- i tiT Uw ie $i-- avttmrlW.cil Ui nellltiK nt t'w vchr a'inorinp"!!. to'jiieo rtt GETTING READY On Tobacco . Poolers A. S. of E. in I'rlni Ml) Want Rat Killing Day. elfi, rl In I., Jiin. Si. tr CTfl' an lunch In ItatlH, fJllison ciuti lii'.vo"l'(l In U'e of American People. February 2, He Will Come Forth. .'.' IJiI.h Market Opened At Owensboro Wednesday Ohio County Foolers Met Monday. 1 of l'jjjtJ, O.ifar t':ridniiton of rotn, plxlnK aiyiio,rltJr9 powm to cqiiUmn pluiz-Jva- Iliflltin lixz.lrtute iS"! wpek "f by fur t!i Beii-n.'jr fie if Has Been Great Thing: for the Date Has Long Been Regarded Citizens, and Has Not Over- Jijvrfl til ra(t-l- As Weather Prognos- - L ' fontpil or jroMlti ianUy fur worked Carriers. maJnlnJnlnK supi, anl nlxo oiitl'prh n ' i..:51t lnr t)i Oovcxnor (to privlalni all n utey .foir of Woj)rfnslpn, Jan. S7. Kot only !ix.i Kpntuckyi J.inrwiry 2 r OHfojtwnn cUJi):fi. In HliSlns io ivVv'f. post swvwl t)ie jimp! Km pairpiM of. ntnuity n,'ier "f tne )WiHe majiy of 'liv soJo'im look on Wti (T Tfc' (tlia Unltfl J51nire in tim first fifteen 4JfisFWl',H:!lMy ot .Equity arid the tlia jiKtMuu: an a Jok, liqre. djiya o,f V( exstjiiCie inotp (tliati a ulf '"ft at ,t'ie Visa ii,tnAwit day Sioa Vli HomiKVl":iriM lp Hennir million dp'lars, iTttu.xn on &ii unity nftdnwn und TT-Jo?r,Med for thinee yfnm. In QiUvion Ltounne, anttiior of tlw Iojjv, but It lnt V utxtn(uw viV,) nvllflerl the x'e counjvy, M Is tliut mini r.n npt cwoipd a hardship ,tp ,thc oiiorked r"ii Cid by tfw sjiAcri convmltWe ot the be accorriiHriirfl in Uila 7y. ruul it is I tfAnatoir BouirniJ today letter carrier. 1,&M.W) KV'b qf tebroivo Hold t(i t'w im,V1 to ,lifu p bwn visry (sucususflutly announp'd ,that rroitj fro'ii fortynflvo V,e qi(ni'il iQiu fpr 3Aml yiura in aae .xtnl Amorlmn TivUieno lending clitlps of the ooinitrj'. wtilci .0u0,00l fpunli fluid tp Hie Inwvlil KntjiiBk)- - ivuo'y- - lwf yetir ,aieral moiiiced talmoflt hajf of the ppbiJ rov. ilo $! fu.-- Wif an I ot'oc jTui'.nt'ca coifjiiiy, at. $9 ulril Ulbcpn ln tliw enues. a'Yiwo-- i)nt dpring t'ip t,wjcive lugs, and 13 for trnjsh. anll-in- '. Miutor IhUM' nv;ii-ur- a workiiiff dttja criKiile. Aweep Jutiunty 1 Th(j nva'-teof 5laol(UiK tlve gnvlrrs U Un Uval hxi IS a .tofrj of 6.091,037 oujjjohis; paircicl? on Iht Air itfli county wujs Jnjt to tile sxtes bei avnrkd out In tlb cojitaty. dbiiTatcl'pd n a eryi. at VKB.2SC wir Ww rumen of wi'vura will oostmViVY. or p.Wut 7.7 cciUs a porpc). . t nnaounrvNl on Mond.-vyBaptist Church. ru("s Ps Sxtaly "Under tlio .Tlipire a nnrn.ll HJrvloos at elie B(i,pt,lt Churo'i Sun-il- In ores cent ounce,' trill t.'ie Uurty nT jUn iyW)i jirau.it. HiUri4i.ry II. Tlw jxxstor ,llev. V.. SiJru.Vir, "the rostagv: )iave would it wis astni Mrxt tnpre should U. (Knulli'i ilU prnidi wt U n. m. nnd barn an avrue pf. IS crnfa etr pir- during Wils "vpk .it 7 p. in. .Moin'njr flubx-t-: "1iiUli. In -- l, be a idir a ip'oJ o,t $312,391.99, tlms nCip.w- ALvv.u ip iuh on f,hc otfcr nvidi ,t'i 3 Ji? fiv HtvAtuj Oilirln, Iinportnmv a'ld J'urpoj)?. f j a'Up.ire of J."l7..riM.t2 I orgflA'sxlln for tHe Hnrly. wfilrli ubj 3'.: "Tlio Unsnt SilutV!i." J,t sitiirlJ oa tivelia iliys' "nld tP Ire a'out HOMO pounds. Kipryun p!ioin. tJ.at t".; uairal also be reflitinibercd TJw civul.'.'YX ,T" vaiVnl to order bv minimum cbarge of eixji-fcu npiiin!' Equity Ilmlso.1 Hlui,w, prpUlrrn of A i 2" ,c?t,s Pi'r pfuncel, wTyntis iWt UobeFjUMn MINISTER MEETS orsruVzai'lon. with b. N. c'livrsi-on tii pifQsl riait na("U-agacting ts secretary. was only 7.7 cents. ITlAj At thei ,n"rntt of the SHOCKING DEATH "It Js ix'o wo,rtliy of ro'p tf',nt, a!- of the Bilril, Mvs of J.V nrrnbors hU"lnei lit lai!?.v. It Wd t'vm.i soUing, orTtiilt?3 made ti briif iHt?- dly'nliutal Uirougli a largij on o.rtltrr' .reiairdlng thf no pon,-?fpii fias si ot Vv committer In ill m Him Rev. C.NH. W. Stocking Killed By re'i',twl. 'IJiio (ti'rose potofico pUirkri , , ticator. KB. I IHm l?n r knn lit 1 a-'i- lUa-s-- n y, e, pr nli Hv'oii-I11- bu.'K. n Sonvwfifiro ilow.n nyeg trie bunks of thp riv;ir tlic Rroujid Jiog i'jr buiy xtttAnz noridy for his ainnil apppraiiQj on February 2nd. On thl tlpAe, to a custom, this buy 4'vort Utile oaipiut fiWiiUvms fironi h winter f'o.'P and ansume.? tlio tolp of oi wpQhrr pinplipt. If .ti'.iie mi i3 pfyhi-lii- g and ''V Rea his ptiadow, jtve cplis Irllnuoff k Up again after a (0o:t and tpUqnw to lids hole to morp steqp opil winter enjoy Mntunipiis coilragtpuBly- - lvr mid und dfUKtraepfjili coursa for a txinlwl of six weeks. Qui If t)ie sky ta clpudy nnl mop Invisible, thp little animal shadoi-fyrnajnalUrom tils burrpw, fo,r winter is Woken tinil spring is co;mlng. Tlip- - modirn science ot mt,?(or!r?', rm.enfiifj'ii fiipin thiJ mint an4 id)irkincB,ii of Ifnorant sueeu and surnVse, lias left its potli strewn with many a, aliiat)trod Idpl.- J,ujltr llirurn th,? Tlv.iimjivr, a -- av-n-l- llalnini,alvej-- and a TiunidreJ wifai'.hcr gwds tjill from Wh,jli' p?di2StOss age ago. .wHille St. Swjith;'i and his lvoiiaiB ot nxlnftly tioUe.xg;u,'9. Pluti7"iTtt lfi tvi;lv. o-i- jiO-'i- i( tat lia,-- ' poo',! I' tIP aixVil M"' Lim wi' f,ijiiw In QwervVxn Tie .lutMJrtl the Ic'.l tl i.vrajl "" ,wlvk Switch Engine At u.i1r Bowl- uinijklHi ing Green.' S' ln 1 Rile Wis inula, oil! t'llJ woujd jrlvp '.' cViimlttiM! tfit ! lixwVmg Oram. Ky., January 27. Hit IMi lirkv) for flnsl srailu to- m- - Hv. U. il. D. D.i .temV. Stockti;. iWl UTut lila icci. and nls'j I;p!ii50tal iv,iutcil ilII Vi Jkw1 tjln-a- i porary .rwtor of OnrUt itrlslitful In IHvltvs caan.'-- . , Sir. Hilf'l o'iuim'i, met a a' V' kins dit)i Sunday nlgj'tt at t'ifj dt'pat uiV-U HiHlove ficit llYty would Hi' he was tnick by an L. & N. hkiUuIi ii enslne. . Aivondlus to ,tl9 bait tjiia jrrloo Xor Uil tobaci'o. Jiut nUUlnnble. iUie Itv. ,Mr. Stoik-- this oilfcr wan vnltCrira, n tuid dntp l'ie Juntrliu (nilkeri tlJrxfl'j'Jy fa Ue I to wo llr. Jiilrd aid 1,'iat oVw offhrs wtcb imu,l, to whlcih waa oonVns tdard likni. li!s lUsual putojm f Jvy wiere Caroed iuyceT, luid tlruxlly (3 on the o'clpk tija,ln fram Uus- to BUbmU I'ifi attlF t P d,HAin 3un-Ui- y ftxr kaf and luss,. and $3 tor tr.ULs'.. qlllvVUr. iwihqne )w (comd(uoled tf n&sihjt ier.MlKti ,of the w,v Cie lwt tfilus t!e wlitch Wilven Wta itran leould jtosaouly dp at tlib itlni. ohjuncfi In hat city. o.M that ilve hetlav.id aqrhjI .tJw pVi(Wa!im was prqwdsl Mr. l$wd nqt lntil. with tuil'nts arrlvtris hiero ,tp tauten I V'i,ijl If Oij- - Oin,mltU U;f,'ir.r.,d ,t,he iV .tH or sohopl. rid iha.V3 lator, ti'irfj wka iii w.ald Ot Th Uev. ilr. Stohlng had only vbVn u a'vqt .white and tlng am wael Miry llttJe KunJty totiarco ift. a It d ld OiironGrn n'fwr would Ur ffwi' man, It Js nrejuiikod ,le L.euarre ,w,UUe a:nons tilte larife aaowid. It avta. upi It w dUtl that tlw Tn femVUntly hfci jUI tlw tobaooo Jn Mm pool Uf iplpitfopn to Main (t)rtqt. Injad." Jl41 nin5d jumrI t ilt.'Mid o,nd llArttord. and vftey h turnad In .tlve tWValte d.FnacUan. (Hfp Itiv. Mr. iJtjocW.ro iwa'.ted PaaUflod Uivt tliiey w(ould mV-- e itqnard .tine nna'-ia- . A nirn,bjr Cie ni!icR few days. l w"-r, ny P'JOisrs Yu.wu u acopi of niUrciuI mein, aetalnff ly; (mapi's m IieTrw souAdeyl a .Wtaimtms. i Jt to aM me oni,rf a oqrnnnii JA?X iuoi.i- pif and (tfip,t hVs H la fnyjt atlltjy pojwd. of XieaJ Sin'.t,li, C. O. Tontr mad Jonn JIIII woine ajipokntod to lnqect ejvwlafbjt fAias ImnaJred. (Ha i'.lcid .to l'xv,,-iVlo- f nnd(r wshic,h ,tlie oWers hflv fl'JJ wanning pr sioje l)Je ajaarqiph-n- g nn,gne. A axot& Vi,Wr ,hU .fqag-llIfwi rommlitfef) fl?rprt(vl 'rad '(MX1 l "f" opinion every fjojx-o- bodj was IturW through tjr aIr. Und-ktx- s ioitn;3 tm fept oiwiay. This tjnam-ivyyif)lW oxxilfl nvqcst i"w jjiiI,3 iesUy. o,rgd atoixpod tbd liuftnno.'tt, tlw tohineco aprtlkod tlve A rates iftvl to ttire , to SjvrfU ,pja'.?okiq.7 .riq-Kw)aiU spofie htsiUw tjljfui thje fmplei! . r I l iiv)ujijqd itvan and 'foJurI,''niim 'un- -' A wmfeer of anHas iwfine irwve on tlv rjderi cjqutlli. He ,wwi then plaoqd ,upon Vive quesAlon us to haw .tyie a board atyi oirrled (to tin Uajgiago j'iould bj saVeotol. One or ,tto trB VioujlUt itlw Hrviyina cQlghl ffl e- - roqm. IDaiidly .luul fip body of fa'ie eiadi?, wjijle latHcr H'lqutrlit fiirMtrpite orun been laid upon HV V''kr ilect wl'un he iwas seen tp iBW? blinVvo and ittf best .l4'it ,t!ie aal'fi oamniVe , t!yi en Kleins. On thla ilnt. expired. Er. Stocking wnn eivtity-Cl)- e pf the (ilocdco",vllla oiw OeoraJ VajnqvcT nelghborfwd Jiwle a. .wry lmVintln old. lip hod been in Ui ministry (Titty yjara, and durJnt; itfhat lUmo tun luul ,1olt, eayins Wt h 1di unbounded KpLaqoal prom,'neAt com- - QhaTKP of jaomo In Uti lntrr,Uy at .U 'mltteo in. Uv aelopitoa pf Uie gnid- - aiunu4efl in .Vmemloa. 4 lie Dttlclaibqd In PhlUdpilplila. (IU'jt i,mo aj .hp did (Wlf(n (ICy rjiicagp, Jqtrpit, ra. .the oW $e .tobacco. Mr. jVu(np,t' ' poJ'l Orujngp, N. J a,n4 othor large vA&ooi. was & man of aqhofariy .fehfkt ithp cwninlttjo know iwhp rHJld tobaccp. iuwl iui beHovrtd ttiial oa1 hlehly dwafM. s die had wjoiijd lorvlnitRflAJc)i''afA 'fflou'.''' (ry?tolrtWJlviy,- - tiXvltia vUlto;!, Ekvope a(Ki t)mjJ unjd U'U aaldl &Ct' ,tfuV' 1W ' n .U WU.'1 JArtd- Uip "WCK tliem ouOfia puit pwier cpnbHnplojted anpVver ,trp abroad .tills lai-Vf- . Mr. Vxnonen ypfir. H was a Kndaiia Totiiplar, n tlioir UltHadlphki to se 60 p.'tow Uys icpcnirdttro h number ot ttle cradeie civrtejl fnfiel uptwit' . y. . Vhjt Jtcr.Tir.ftnd Atr. SCocklivs fiamp 4o :pt Shaw (uinpiunpcd Una Uu BpwiVwr flronn ,tlio first of Lust .tp relieve thp Jlev. C. P. Poirk-q- r. irtsf at tl imarkeit woujd noit ba .wly wus g'Uftn a six ruarths' lavo nxw ur.;u .'ednpei(ty, tui put it I in on ar,o.-ag- e ViJjt is Interesting to w In tile f anly t,wt;pvy clofW ip.xti' raw. llshl of. modern twsi iwq'i jtp,e many ta'.. par day, this including ptVi (ii3amlii2 iioioi (Uixt lx.9 bv.n coMwotfli an and ontgobiig rairce&i. T" t3xl nHy a Y?MpiUons tiiat nave baw (lv--1 paoaei3 dIvertd In iCi:uu RWf down, bi thp itliat aw pons makos an a.veirago of pimb- - m'ne aiml u laaph werit as a rmrtenit; nmture'B mpoils Tile e l.e Vis wiaaitfflr toi 0aom qultp .a auraei'y atd Wiare re,cTtly dsthipntfl by tl'19 Ou'.Sai.t'! ar,d skillful calcuiatlona ot .the m(.jrn Axtjijr man. "inpfir; whosp da j (j do"n.'Jai.J pf tjhio yiTW, Inta-ivnar- hi,i clt'ps . vfvl-j- l f -- 1 third parpels p?r carrteir pur day.' nJlt Int3tiar:(t9d atl ruii JlT tutor-iiKi,tkv- aii - J0.-1- 8 com-mlfj'j- e' tlMPJ 0)i-lr- ao Jne-n- hr iqai'i-fus- fo Every piece ot Viyia wnis, WC)1mi iea,1ihr th,e fw'e and Cotton g,neatly reduced flarjr,? our illkqly to forecast ttiat iwfilo'.i wiais mot Clearance Sale. Eivy airllcle .In our wished tor, and tp lay danri as a gin-e,ttot; Willi be morkti wiVi ltcd "llaijs. Be If mst lnfalllb.le liw tfnt nfilp') suie atl flroflt by Viis ewat ClctuiirvrJ was a nurrp colnieoY1 ot tdxlly ' 9aie. events. ROSENBUAT,T. TJie onprnwus ex.tart flo .whlqh SWi Deputy Sheriff Keown Ar.estf. toreitfilllns hfxa hin carried on "ls shown by tlip vaqt anray nf trnpofix Depuiti' Sheriff .Wlcki'ilffe, f JduhW.i-bor- g pioi'e.rhs and radiiges fiandiad ,'dpwn Co., and Clil-- it IuigJy ot .Cemtrxl f,rm the jkit. Candleimas day, Pej'j.-ii- City, W8tw In M3Hinry MatJjiy aaktng ary 2nd. convnotvly cu,lld HJoujnd ,hoi; for ttu4 DanUon, vfto i?.'jci'. and s;rlpu-l- y v ?oy, Is hamieil, dawn by pnavanbs tlk-- i wxu,rtled Will IVIga'-ri- s a,t Midland, the otlifiro. Aiamndjlng ,t)o"b.ld tnxdlWo H Ky., Sundixy Januixrj 3C. It Wfxs a grcnit duo' for weiaithpr Thjj oCtkjexs fa'tol to capture Den Numwfnia rimd infn pop,n and mummed horrw on oisfiK. .tpai'jn. ular rhy,nea In England and jqtlaiul t,a;r laputy SP'pplff S. O. Kepw.n of many osaars ago lambaly this jwvtilier D.?;vr Dim am?sted Danlaon at ithe supansttttan w,h.lo'i many iyiet (hold fiiws: b,roVvciriln-Ut hrynp of Ills i sTiXiday.aai-iU'iyri- l XUa.ihlrnlmnif-dlatel- y l"(yl ,weatftver Is no maws; la,il, rain Itor Mu.il:nb.EB;g county Miherp ho nnd (anqw djHired ihim to upper athpnltlefs. npw expected, and etee(mpd no Ar al w . 'jjttvs of ,qvia: and effpejt. adiquatioly As a I'l ?, distinctly Atueclcvin varVity known (tnat pf .t'irIlsslsti',ppl Hlver, ,tvp have transliin;rtl U'le Oorrnnn fable .front thp badgers f)'iouUrr t'.vute of tha moolohufi No Device on Move on Fri-or (Ssrounil hos, un.l Wvloug) oat all the middle (itvps and a numtor ot thi athftra, jlfv name ifffncmd Vrg flay U glit-to February 21, rtelitfully n(iHsl Candlemas day. Now Primary Law Will go Hard According to Martin In liU "Degorlp-tlo- n With Lot of the of t,hrj Western IslIaTl'lp,, fthe ob,arvcd the panic cu(!ini, Voters. "TJip mlstriess and aqrva.n,ts pt jk"1i family ir,xke a jffaX of pxts 2tu It up in, woman's appanc-l- , put it on a lares bjwket apd lay a wpodan piuu LoujsUlle, K-- .. Jan. radio! by It, and Uii'i hny mil 'arlldii Ueb" cha.igps miLde tn t'w inw staiVs prlnwsfjr-las qr .t,x nomlnailton ot iparty and t'vrn tfn and a?rvamtn erf tfi.re, tlmop "Brlld lb .ccimie, E)rlld Is ,wtl for office .will so lvxird .wftbj a came.' TfVs tVy do ust bHiopiJ elolnj lpt of iv.oft'T, espsisully in ithe mprt-tul- n cpunUes. Herqtpfore it bau bOD Oo bed, rwd thpy rise W th morning ithey look amonrr the asfte. tjhe cuittppi of the oandldxtas ,to rin expiepUng to find th.3 Impr-aloof under sprne device such tx. Mk Plciior IMId's plub .tfierp. If ttiy do find It of a star, hpraslipe, cow or some stpnpl 'tfiey reckon it a itrue sign of a coed object for Kw birviHt pf t(n Htsir-at- p crpo and orovTOroirs jyiar, and If t'le voter .wjio cou'd not rpad, but contrpry, bhiey look uppn it as 'a ba-the new law all this bs dpnp PfWH omen.' with and only the num.ep) of Vve Three- - is a custom of old atOTrtlnj: iwlll iuptir pn the baiHotir In Saotlanil In icpimvoMon wilih Oimdle-Trtx- s Under the old method the pninnary baldy. On Ahat dxy it Is. vc iiltnlv lots In spine counties ilooktd like shppt tot the "'ock qutu" in wa.i, ,t'io UjOlvrsat pirnct)ci fotr ahlldicn l atJer(llng printing otfllcp or a cliicus ppster. tf tp ninkp mnfl Amtiipr tilling the faanJldai'eu '(must iT.'.ie of iman,9y tp tfielr alts' ait rhls dpk or rtiiile, ec- - brjti in mind Is b'txt tftsy jcmmoit get ohanglng tor tho imqmnnt a ua'.il ghfiir najm,ee tm ,thp brxMut unksu ,0hy civility, and ericli" cM!d gop up in tpin file not ejxrllicrr tion 90 daos pnd npf rtttl la,j7j dils ptfenfcig beiforj ihilm. tile less tlion 30 days before tup pnimiry, sum baling inenally (in proirwitlan to wlilch iwlil bp, held on August 2, a' f 'fie abll'its of ahp panmr. Six nanw pstlOon wlili the aeaulalta nuimiieT s of ,thp ipainty IVn iwj'it-'- 1 and a .s'lilllln? ar,i Xfys contirfjn fr.ims In lefeal they seek ti've npmlnxtlcn, wiWqh nvmt-ajlsnr3t scshop-'is- , but some g!3 Motor sitmte t'.w realdaivoe of t and wlipla prowna, nnd evr-- more, Tlirf boy nnd girl wo g'.ve most fxM and the date on whlq'i ftp attlxed hrf crrywned king and qup'i nanvj to tine pei'Jtlon. The ponitaVn nil', leas .tCian petition must Thp children. be.In ihen dnilssd f tcpx 10 per a holiday, procei?d along ifie streets In 3 ppr cpnt nor mon a confused prppepslon carjofprr khr cent ofi thp paety stiTematli. TT.US vnd' quefvn In state. In some safipol feature of tlip taiw wan Irtjaipcr'xtti-It used tf b? c'lstpimavy tor Ki'm itraia'ier tp prevent ono conuuij.-ii)vn B'-AHSbA'tSia on t)ie conciuoton of v log molt, a bow,l of punch ivid regii' pip'i otfhrs by securing al(l tva ojviaMaCli), - '' ' signatures. child with a glans ain.1 biscuit Any petition clreu't'afted by & aapdl-dut- e Another o!d cuVpna in SooUYnd on befop? play S Willi be afusoftUfje'.v CrmiVHfnps day wan lo lipid a pptbill ma,tph. On oci3 occas,'pn nod long "ago worUieps as It Is made tlip duty ot tfie cp,nt(ryllnc partleii. nftep a srtnuc- - the 2punty oltTka ot ,t!ie state 6o mwi In Un ham brpitight ljils wl 111 to Airjr.'ca, but us t,io bailor .Vn-r'.ei- V fffii CHANGED ! mary Ballot. H ihe m'.si'i-KS- oa,i-duda- e.r 1 qjl-pa- in.''W-ewt- mair bft.-r- lf mii.Tj'-niitlri- lat 3 .- ra dlHgntIy into (all (nTrvlmaltiiUf fhnrcil of thf pptlt,'on and A. U ejtpsctai t(hiait tp IWv--r fiffly mitt owilie Jjd, and there fought it out protect t;x3niurlviC8 anxld a spenp pf featnfuil apjlai and affidavits to accompany let.ieiny flfI-Uo- n dabblproent, to Vie InfmVp aniiierrii?nt as ftp thp timp wlvep tlvd sffgrut of a multitude looking on from tures were obtained. bridge. Me-la In year nupply pf Collars, w!" one gelling 13c collars for 7 durincf gl) pf tjwo lo in fip atrernVs. conitpn,tlon ,to Uie .bed hours tnans-- " in l-- WANT EQUITABLE TO PAY -- Our Clearanpe Sajp. ROSENBL.A:TTf. $210,000 Farmer's Hendenson, . Widow-Receive- s MoMy. Hobo's Narrow. Escape. Setmee, Ky Jam. up 1. 4c hn N. trplglit trajn rpaiacbl Sebr a bpbo craw,lei pu,t .from undor a ralgut car as 1Jt as jOw pwwblall "drowned flat ' UetW?im SKug'h.tiemiUle ami S;bic tfw watcir Is pKir tlve rallixud t,raok tp tine) dw.th of lgi'itw?n ln.4l.ieis to )w aeit, .Thp ,hpbo .wis riding .the irod., and wjlien t!ie tnlln titf uck Alio water t iqas orly by holding jils hjesid agulast thi optilqm of Ihp fni'5ltt car that ho kqpt ilrqm drowning. Hj amt off and alter buying a ticket his In'MtUon ito quit "hoiolns"' 27.-V- woe;, pVvi-Hei- Nay, tj'.s an omen lxvl, .thp yiepmpn say. If lYmebus ahow ihls 0acr (thp eoand (day. " This old Scotland Rrorueribj If Oindteinas day be bnighit.taind tajr Winter will hpive anpjt,hpi- - CllaW; if on CandileinJ3 d)V itt Ihp phMar an 1 main !:., Winter Is gone laexln. oind Willi nqt oome a Ives an Idxi ilipw thra people In "ys Olden times' xe&wfixi Flebir,uairy 31 as a wflttliiar prosTOatiiiciaitiOir. TI hi, le faireer. Ie a,ttpUn-mpn- to Candioniau dy than the Ilwleieoin, Ky.. Ja.n. '27. cowvW) tha Ba,p,tl3ts in HeniVvon and ilMvVrjXn sun'Thls, of cqurse, two otbqr iwijuld &tpy put at Uie aailqius sixnxa meaning as tl oouim'l Thp other Is a flUPfjnaUtjom tl'ifl rulopns hiouUI tyi.a to S uut of Cyj badgDr, and At Is mm 4UU buslnii," wild Ve tv. Cla,rk, thp AmriparB act itlve raqcunl olvurch, In a serpion ono of tha hog tradition. TJip G((nir)xns hold t)h,t hem Siinrloy morning. Tim chjuifth was crowded nnd thpro on fpibrury 3d the badger jaywitoni aiurhpor, aUrcfclies tat iructi discussion tlrrwl up by the from his Mbtmaiips hJft25JMv(ft8'oa Wt of dn'is hot wjn.-.JMWd'tiii- j (dr(n(ivwM rreacher Scores Meakrs. In aernvany tliiea-- aie ,t,wo prpvtemblxl oxpriss&onn oonperv!ng this subilect. dim of jsli,lch follows : '"Ptip si'eifwjrd .the .wolf enjter his roWwr "It all M a'able qa wul ae liptlt pa"r 11 Ue-I- y. M w.h ait P!il!dUViLi. aind Vrx dufjgh- k it tOi Oti'oinfipro phi Uonay, It tfirs aw noaldjlrig In Okbhoaio. onr In and ope la Njew York. al thp oA! M,ayile Wiiac-ojipln ufl Jv rdacli-pOff of V for Uk M4 Xfyfa ,tpbpcd POAli mfwkejt atvl vufvted, otbqqnpp. t lie kpfl a iwlf, ;ia worst. sin ona aitu ryou cannot tp'io5,rAvAhttdovv. if hp iini t tlfnflaf out 4mtp he people-Tlvl- -i- rivi w, n tn sun aiiaii4e tvamtramct ky m hot iftfyj fcrjdg? uectnpn, comltur on tlie on itt a of a clar Uq,uor tltfilt in Ittnderpsn county, la aists a AhadowWie iltunrlep (bapk to hts ihple and tp alepp agrt'J, knowing apt tp atart aonvaUiJAff. that It la but a pmpp-nrphonge. Evcfp piece of Dress foods, .Woolen t.i--,J-i must speedily ba follovml by a and Cotton greatly reduced purlng our rrtvrfil of wlntrr BBierUy. Bat If Uiu Ckunmce Sale. Dvory oftlde In our sky be overcast run bnd fit TUjp. lie mtore .will be marked wfctjn 4V.-and tft. dny bp cold aid cf;r-liro- s. sure and profit by this greaul 4he badger casta no a!iadow; then he exults and disports himself A Sils. an1 coun,ts his lumbers as at' an end, te- KOSENBJiA,Tt'0. not p y Ky Jon T,, A p6rtM story has gconie tp llg'it 'lipre pf a Robinson Heirs File Suit At DandppoJli made In the Ohdo iVoJ- -. ley Bankng and Trus.t Qompany, awi ville Which Will Attract ypans ago. Thp onvount was $!& ux It was flild aver to the widow of Arch Attention. Denton, Who, wlv.Ue living, was. p niwv p Inetvt and farmer of DanvUle. Ky Jan. 2i Jucob and county. James Itoblnaon, wealthy (farmers of It Mppeans yat Dentpn came, tp p.w, HMm .qountiy, .with otlter heirs of the aovep yi'ora ago and aoVt Ills tattoo whose death for $232. He took too imuny late Janvs lloblnon, dtnk occurred Pit Hubble at an aivanoed ag and iwpis placed fai the city pwlKm rtvr" so,mi wociks ago, hp.ie CHed isult n might. 'Wlvftn Jne wan nlqMd flhe next -tlve X,lincpln Circuit Qoiunt against the doj-- lip didnlt have any inoney and Equitable AHTURxncp Society, qf Ne,w oused thp police of nobbing bom. Re"" Yorkjir $210,000. cently this bank advqrtla-- d (Jie Tlip diTcvepped ,toH( out a $10,00) italic for daposfts and pqllcy fwiltih i'm Equltabie In JS69, wiya to Mrs. Dpnton. pnd alio caAlr.-- and got thj rtocldt)- - wtw In Itfi infQ,ncy. The Uie praaev. It lp belleiMed that tVnCon ppUoy .was ot .Vie m,utuAl (plun, and either deposited tlie motwty wfhlp tlve suit seeks tp rn3 tfie IWblnrfin or that some friends qeelac; d hl.1 hphs participate In $71,000,000 of condition,took the, mwrur Hfro'P surplus funds whUVti (have ac- him and deposited It in tie bamk. cumulated tp thp Xlquttable since the policy was iVuiUied. Qvaraitine Ordered. ,9r quentlan raised by tlve suit In Morgantown, Ivy., Jan. 27, (Dr. J. H. , , oua.--am Brtri)- - new orw, whlch iM niaver Austin, for the- - Board of hoen paaaxi upon by any court In the untried obpiut hrie hundred peppfp on United STUitep. Attorney Joft?pn Itpb- - apcount of smallpox lp thp northern seo- , tvt-uipf Iixncaster, wlip Is one ot Uie tfpn of this rpunty, and vlpsed ,Uip hMrs, ' fcuqugilit thp su.lt, and will be pbstpffjcp at Abdrdf.pri, . 4 ( ajlt?d by former Justice .Edward C. Ad aratcber, the nvvir ciirtler, ,w9- 0nep,r, of Frankfort. If tfie CJis U Ured lve(ro ,and carrlrd .thp. mall pvir won a. qUestlpn will be opivjd 0 In Uifxt upctlop, won naqulrcd, tplpve hU homo here and go to Abendpou, wihich nnoba.bly would uit jn elm-ttuMi being fU.-- In all pfirts of the whetp hp .was qulvraa'inld ,wltU seri'- couoMry. iThp hef.ni conlepd ftbat liheir al othrra. PD rata ot Uie surpluB for the pprjod Notice. conpred la the sum nompd. Tp, cvduce my stock of WihcfU JJriil For Sale at Great lf4actlM. and abJpstnff, I mil up tp and Includ'A nlcp supply of hoxKhoVt and. ktoli,n ing February 15. VH3. spli at a follow; Mt9S . , CurpUure, bought now Just a yewr ao. Ton lots .'.... JS.25' loM Includes a. folding bed, chllfonttr, t)wo InOW-l7. dreavre and two waislonda, fpox njpk-er- s, SOiHb. lots Ttiese, irlcps Ubruty table, kltdven cabinet, for Spot CUsi. W. B. EULIS,. sldcbourd - "d oVnlnj fulbe, , , off IVoduce Merchant. room chairs. WUl ,txk fHairtfofd, Ky. t)ip wholpaals cost price. .Apply 't of 1. S. Sondri, Hartford. n'. Second dope below tobarip factory, wU-to-dU'-i- l oi it. una?-signe- - Heu-ltli- xr d . b. im otw-four- th rr,sl-den- j. I (&J4vjiu...i. .v rf teJ HRT JFK Hl ? .J. v 1 f9W tWI MPV- -t i " jApBKttm , THE COOPER IB8K Young LINCOLN'S IN ARMY B INSTITUTE TRAIT OF LINCOLN. POR. pooxra, ! MARY, THE FAITHFUL "" M? i Dy CORA CARSON. So Ponnsylvanian Sent to Duty From Which Presi- FATTEN CHICKS ! FOR MARKET "Thnrol Band t linos Doefn't It Pound a thou-- , dent Was Debarred. IfV SAVE AT STROUDSBURG, PA K i' J. Surncrflcld Staples the Name of the SMbctltuta Who Was In Person ai the Front While Great Statesman Ruled at Washington. V&bnrimni Lincoln had a nulistttutc defender cf th" who nerved a Vmtm. tbroufih to bloody and epoch-Mnlti- u period of the Civil war This wnrt3on has fceon nndi many ill mc3 feefcarc. It ti,m rouaed bitter contro-nux- r In varlouu quarters , It lias both 4I9ti birth f columns of print, truth. 3m support and duriial of its TTe exemption of the president of k United Stati'3 from tho tattlns up arms, or M'lvlns on an actual field r fcatllo. la provided for by a spo-KAtute drawn up to meet such a Hut thero Is nothing cssUnspency. H jwrent tho nation's chief cxecu-rtln- i sending forth a substitute 't s3t in hlu place, although Lln-of- a was tho only occupant of the Wfeiki House who ever took advan-Xa- s t tliis fact, writes Prof. liernard T. C3craml. The man who represented fcs. Jais person that of tho martyred f. jsrasient was John Summerfleld ahose body lies at rest la a mate cemetery at Stroudsburg, Pa. grave, The tombstone above his reproduced, of which 13 here f. testifies not only to Staples' war fcest states in granite letters the sSjiiicc' his having served ns Abraham The InscriXfcvcnfca's substitute. ption In question reads as follows: iri Sta-jAi- rec-orr- "J. SummerfleM Co. C. 17(1 Hest.. P. V. Also ,i Member of tho 1 Red. D. C. Vols., as a Suimtltute for ABRAHAM LINCOLN. Died Jan. It, 1SSS. Years, 4 Mo., 25 Days." &Xd a Trlvate of Staples, -- "Post 150" appears. A small Araertain flag flutters In the breeze, 13UL the outside world seems little In- tiict wczdB TOartutr, H3 grave a metallic star upon which also bears the G. A. R. J. 'itannM as Summerfleld Staples. to tho career of this patristic nnd distinguished soldier boy. llv-HuSta-jTia- I- - B VHf 1 ' x TSwre are sovcral people still x la Stroudsburg who knew and remember that to him the unique distinction of Lincoln on the field of bat-cJAmong their number aro J. T fxJ.swjr, postmaster and principal of iht public school; C. L. Drake, editor f the Stroudsburg Times, and A. Mitchell Palmer of Pennsylvania. It was characteristic -- el" Lincoln that ho kept the matter the public press, and a like mod-wa- t ncems to have Imposed silence -- en the young soldlor. tfnft does not havo to make a very esliaiiBtlvu study of Lincoln's charac-4i'm order to understand tho motive vkhVjh led him to send a substitute 4 rprebent him In the scenes of tho bloody drama then being enactod Aliittfthut tho land. Ills conscience variety nviB not of that vi hie h coutenta Itself with allowing things to remain as they are, without indulging In oxcrtlo'n for the common Ills was the hand which was atiWTliig tho Ship of State (through tiTapcbt and crush of hostile guns, yet igreat as was the task assigned .him, Jus perceived with the eagle, eye that ia3df d the course of action, a, post jstlH unfilled, an unoccupied niche ivhtro a combatant could be placed to strike In behalf or the Union. To that uxrct be resolved to appoint a representative, that ho might be practically !n person as ho was already In spirit on the red field of. carnage. It was done quietly, in that simple,manner that dlstluanostcntatlouH fulbhed all of Lincoln's acts, whether Jn official 'or private life. He never reUycd to the gallery, and the verdict ttbiiiwn conscience was all he cared o&ouL , iCopyrleht, by VT..O. Chapman.) ml e. f.-o-iu easily-satisfied -- ' I Arizona Woman Has Much Succeta tuned?" demanded Dorothy ns sho let With Coop Covered With Wire her fingers glldo nimbly over tho keys Netting Ration Used. In exhibition of tho Improved condition of tho piano. I am having great success In fatten, "At least two thousand times betlug my overstock of chick cockcrcld ter," assented her father, with nn asfor hotel and restnurnnt trade, writes sumption of gravity. "I supposo you'll Jlra. Almo of Hoswell, N, M., In tho never practice on It again for fear of Knnners' Mall nnd llrcczo. My feeding spoiling It?" , coop show n In tho draw ing has a polid ' Dorothy nodded po vigorously In beards, covered with agreement that her short braided hnir floor of matched COURIER-JOURNA- L nn Inch of road grit. Tho top Is cov- flapped about her head. Sho swum; ered with poultry netting, over which around on the piano stool, which, u solid roof Is hinged, which may bo since It had had no ministration to Its ' IIKXIIY WATKIISOX, raised on warm days. Tho front and olce, squeaked nn excruciating l.ori.Yii.i.r, Kv to her words. "Ami --n-Es-, then, Hint old piano tunor would como back and tnkc n week to fix It" "Daughter, you exaggerate too much. Do try to bo morn literal." lectured COURIER-JOURNA- L her father ns he settled himself comfortably In his leather chair for tho evening. -- AND"Well, this tlmo It took his Just Coop for Market Feeding. Vactly five das," Insisted Dorothy, west end aro covered with wlro net- with an argrlevcd air of ono who hai ting. Tho roosts aro In tho west end spoken the truth vainly. 'Tlvo what"" asked her father, of the coop. Tho feed drawer Is covmesh wire net- amazement In his olco. ered with two-inc''Sassaif ting and one feeding a week will do. "Flvn days," relterntcd tho little From the neflatlve now In the posses- I feed the following mixture for fat- girl emphatically. "Fivo days to tuno a piano? What sion of Frederick E. Meserve, New tening: Ono quart each, alfalfa meal, corn chop and bran, nnd one pint meat do j on mean, Dolly?" York. scraps. This way of feeding saves "I thought ho was awfully slow, but both time and feed and I now tnako he paid It was awfully, awfully out of money whero I lost money before w 1th tuno." ordinary care. Besides my own stock, "Hut even so, whatever did ho do rr THURLOW WEED I buy chicks of tho all that time?" breeds to fatten. "Well, ho camo Monday. First of Courier-Journa- l all ho played a long time to find out FRIEND which keys were wrong, I s'poso. Ho GERMAN TESTS plays Just grand, marches, and n 'The i Results Given of Experiments Made waltzes, and variations of pieces, you Banner' and such New York Editor and Statesman to Determine Effect of Various a know." Meat Meals on Poultry. Shown to Have Had His "Fine!" agreed her father, with Courier-Journ- al combi-natio- n Complete Confidence. Tests were made a short time since mock exthuslasm. "Then ho stopped and tried each In Germany to determine the effect of different meat meals on poultry. Dur- note separately." "That wasn't so grand, was It? Well, AIDED IN SELECTING CABINET ing these experiments It was found that tho egg production ceased earlier how long did tho concert last?" "Most all day. I got awfully tired than with normal hens. Fish meal was more favorable for egg produc- of the noise and went over to Kath-ryn'As Leader In Politics of the Empire tion than meat meal. The eggs were But I told Mary to take care State Mr. Weed Was Invited i of poorer flavor than normal eggs, of him." to Springfield to Talk Over "Mary Is a faithful maid and took and could not be preserved in tho the Coming Presisuch good care of him that ho camo usual way. dent's Advisers. The meat meal Increased tho In- again next day, didn't ho?" Dorothy missed the sarcasm In her tensity of tho yellow color of the yolk. New traits of tho character of Abra-ha- The flesh of the birds fed meat meal father's words and continued her extaste and planation placidly. "Oh, yes. ho seem-- , Lincoln, his appreciation of a was normal as regards Courier-Journa- l. compliment, his own estimate of his odor, though slightly changed in color, ed to like her. Well, on Tuesday ho his insistence melting point and fat, which were took the piano all apart and raised Inaugural address and on telling the truth, even though It higher than normal, but lower than such a dust It kept Mary busy clean. were not only unpopular but humili- normal with fish meal. When fed ing up around him." "I see." Her father's lntonntton ating to himself, are revealed In a cadaver meal tho flesh of tho fowl letter of a long correspondeAce be- had a rancid taste, and whenever fed was ominous. "Well, on Wednesday?" WluA U the nrm.U UmurVrv nt "He put It together again but tween him and Thurlow Weed, first should bo freo from fat as possible, SOME PUZZLING tV lly? editor of the Albany Evening Journal, tuberculosis beef did not cause tuber- something was loose, or tight. Anyway, ho didn't like tho way It soundand for many jears the Republican culosis In the hens. "Win. j Uw nuuilxir o.t cubic Iwi'icnl er and ho tried It n long tlmo, po leader of the state. QUESTIONS a Ralhn? Tho letter written by Mr. Weed has FEED SUPPLY CAN IS USEFUL that Mary and I could tell It wasn't V!iu.t J. .i nwidlvi? right." qulto not been preserved, but It was In tf Wti.it U a .if .UUtuJe? praise of President Lincoln's Inaugu- Galvanized Receptacle, as Shown In "So ho had to como on Thursday In ItrtVjr pti,?i to tfcvu order to take the poor old piano apart Tne Boys of a Philadelphia School W'ji.' a speech of notl Illustration, Affords Protection ral address and of his again?" guessed her father. flcatlon. But the answer Is In the From Rodents. "Yes, and as it was Mary's day out, Must Answer These JiUln U HVnvhLbViw; 11. K. 1) possession of William Karnes, Jr., of C. O. ,1).; rc s. V, 4". Albany, chairman of the Republican In the I was glad he was hero only In the Where one keeps much feed Kath-ryn'- s Queries. Who fw.t Vf i Sk fiiSenl KVw ft state committee and grandson of Mr poultry house and wishes to protect morning, so I could go over to ' exafter ho went. Then Friday ,WVio hUI, Weed. In it President Lincoln I i "WMihtr Umu it from rats and mice a can, such as Is morning ho put In what ho called tho presses the opinion that the Inaugural shown in the illustration, is the best will K"o; und J.i.lr-ivJiiu Xa,me tV of 61m ilMruntv nsiivi address will wear as well as or better dovlce. This is made of gahanlzcd finishing touches. You see, that does Jil Jflrfi?, I him than anything else ho has produced. iron IS1-- inches high at the back, lti mako Ave days. Hut didn't ask final- Qlill. Wlmfc li ii. tnvj.nbiK' of tlut iu I again, so ho Nvno ti'vo It is npt at all likely that1 the pres inches in front, 9 Inches deep and 11 to stay to luncheon l:lden,t of IVbvwVn ly left at noon. You don't caro If I ent generation will agree with his es inches wide. It will hold 25 pounds of didn't, do you, father? I did so hato l t Wnt wi. tho liuul? tlmate of the lasting qualities of the I)tlsaui: t,V olUuf alilm In ,tV wur I Whw mu iiia r.Tvu-rtato eat with him; he gobbled so." And persons now know, exW prVrvt Trojui address. Few ', Turkoy. Dorothy looked both disgusted and agaiit cept In the most- general way, what it Vi la lVn,nli.Uiltt vaAVl I'M) apoloptlc. was about, whllo his Gettysburg adWvvl llftrnl'.l TlMMIlfipl) HJJ1.H' Rut her father's patience gavo way "KssWun StiV"? dress has become one of the classless and he asked sternly. "Whatoer nwdo Wwt utm V.a "Vfiki(f Pivilfvi English language. of the j Who wrw fhe you ask him to luncheon wlt you at Onnk jy'iT-T- '' U'Ui,t U .i,n urteryr Mr. Weed was one of the strong per,W.le sny time?" unt .tt juwii, "1 iinif. AV itit is n vein? sonalities of tho convention at Chiww, 1 ooruHW-d- r' "Why, you told mo to bo nice to cago which nominated Lincoln, the Willi aro Vv ihoettlivn him." Dorothy burst Into tcirs. "So Wlv Uriv tv ftV lrilrv'ion f '" - m hjwevti t, head of the New York delegation, and nrfw? I gaye Mary orders to have extra god jdiH'nfrrn'M; in charge of tho campaign which had " N'miv ii ounmoti fo. ha it. luncheons and and I v( thr Cirit ciiivniaiulir of l'" for its purpose the nomination tof "But. my dear, I was Joking," tho Soward, generally regard Ojntlninipi i,Vrniy? William H. explained. father ed as the leadtng candidate. Why wow Uio Uiwrt" "Ulms "You're always telling mo to bo( The defeat of Governor Seward was cillod? literal," the little girl declared In lior a great disappointment to Mr. Weed, "Once before, whfliv A Nervous Woman Finds own defense 'Who put,lli'..l "I'oiV JUVVtrd'H Vli and as he was preparing to leave the Jenkins, you romembers came for Relief After Many Years Mr. nia,nxu7 A Feed Supply Can. was' asked to visit convention city ho a visit and you told mothyr to bo Women who suffer from extreme Mr. Lincoln at Springfield. Ho did not whole grain. There should bo a heavy nice to him she " Whrm d'd ot tlio tho UnftM.im ( do so at that tlmo, but went to Iowa, ball on each can, so that it may bo nervousness, often endure mucli UnttMl av U' Into rtft'fit? "Hut Mr. Jenkins Is an' old frjnd whero he had planned to rest, but on carried easily, and to hang It up by. and a good customer," began hor farsuffering before finding any relief. W..o m "Old ,lll.:ki-y?'- i his way back to Albany he did slop There should bo a't least ono can for ther patiently, but his daughter finMrs. Daniel Kintner, ojDefuncc, Who inu.'titol iVio jmyyin sin? . and had a five hour conversation with each poultry bouse. This avoids the ished her sentence dcsporaUily: 'v O., had sucli an experience, regardW v JtiM.'n.l ft h .!iSne tho nominee of his party. necessity of carrying a measure of "she had wine for him and inado ing which she says: Wlm vui,,ll'ivwairu? It was that conversation that began feed around when gathering the eggs. afternoon coffee And so I thought "I had stomach i Wlp woii DinIM liu?n,)? a friendship that lasted through the I'd better" trouble wlih t wjs WIia,t Wiis thtt inifesiuirwj (jl" AJiVvr'' life of Mr. Lincoln, and this last letter "You didn't do that all for tho piano tjjj?5tt elshteen yours old r I'vlnturj) was one of many that passed between "Klfty.Cuujr, 'for,ty, mui nroKu uown tuner?" cried her fatbur. my health, and (or flirVtri the men. They were ordinarily In re"Yes. You told mo to be nleo to I mirrored lation to national matters, but not In'3? JW years nervousness, W.'i. nM, "V)i i'uvb iifit Kfi 1'V him," walled Dorothy. with frequently tho personal element crept limply back In hla lioadachf, IndigesHer father fell an fiey are umrsT tion and nervous in. :hair. ."Wine," he murmurad. "Ylne t!ie "iurp(4bajj..tst" Bpasma. The WCio ; They did not meet again until after tor tho'plano tuner!" Then he lgh-d:'- : fil'n wliiwri'-- ' J" upa.smi got so bad WJu.. 'Wixs Ukj "Oh," Dolly, : Dolly, I'll be glad the election, when Mr. Lincoln invited I would have them Keep something in the grit box. three or (our times i)VlJ"' your mother gets tired of travel-Inof the party In New York to the loader Poultry keeping Is business of quick when (WiplwTj tin "MflVy itii,?utr.7" Springfield to talk over the make-uof profits. and comes homo la take caro of Wh'i i.ul Vw j1ku.iv;u of 4'ie VlnflnH' a cabinet. Although Mr. Weed had sere- you again. Then the maid will dunco Suggestions of fall weather are lected governors and their cabinets In viving egg prlcoB.'. to the tuno of 'So Long. Mury.' Rut. mended, I uean at attjsbiiTB? taking Dr. Silica' New York state, this was the first time Wlut ww t,'i9 Clt! JUrflrts HIUT Plowing up runs 'and. yards is a ust let that piano tunor sftnd lb his Nervine, nnd I must say It helped me he had ever been asked by a president seasonable Job any time. . , bill Just let him dare! I'll send him Wjo Jnnivntcid titfl mltnuvi-m:!'- ? wonderfully, I hnvo hud no severe nervfor assistance of that kind, and he told ousness for severul yejia." Quo: fi vci-All the milk they wl(l consume is a one for board and entertainment and fimm yw iViTyin ni "' Mr. Lincoln so. They discussed men 'extras'!'" Chicago nlly Wews. MIIS. DAN KINTNEU. tl iSlount. Ijelp to thb molting hens. --c under consideration, but Mr. Weed . ' ' 1002 Pleasant St., DeiUnco, O. iKium rl wi-- k nt nvia1! o( t'rJ '" mr Corn makes fat and heat; OAts,. i. i it ' tt,. admitted in his autobiography that wheat, bran and middlings Foolish Cejeorant. . Manv remedies arc recommended Vio-makpes. ' "bl. H, HohentlwJ, usBOclate.qftbe. MUton, ScoCt, LpnfifWlow, GPIJ' the men were Mr. Lincoln's selection, Not a bit of decayed foodtp,any ' lUniM-,n- . for tirseaics'of the nervous' System sidL'i, Uu, ns. and when he objected to this one or kind ever ought to bo given, a hen or N'atlo'nalSon8r of Temperance, was tthat fail Jo produce results because Tnnyor. Hi'.uvwiQn. talking In Manchester about Christ-mawould chick, n that one the president-elec- t i " they do not reach Uie scat of the turn the conversation by one of his UliVify by rtutho.- - Btvl wo'lv itho fd' , Too, many birds la a house simply trouble. inimitable, stories. Dr. Miles' Nervine has lowing "The wise," be 'said,' "celebrate they would othcan not do so well as proven its value in such cases so Christmas temperately. Their ChristSome".of the letters showed that Mr. erwise. "JWtte ejtm 5ia,ve neinj ti'i &"V ! is tea or coffee, milk or Lincoln bad a graspbt political detail many times that it is unnecessary tho imln of Ay Uori;" Before the roads got;froreu, scrape mas drink , with which he had not 'been credited. up lemonade. to make claims for it. You can "VI (V air sooio dust for winter use. Put It no nvure by t,lie llnnirr InBlanc, who "The wise are not like After his election and before his prove its merits a dry place. of Ahfj tiif)n augural he used Mr. Weed to convey la Ten hens that have robin according was asked, the morning after Carlst-nas- : getting a bottle for yourself by of your druggist, Oi the ujvijIi by Me oil eajUi l)r." to a convention of editors his view to their strength will bring in mora who wiH return the price if you " 'Well, Blanc, bow was HI Roller's on secession, and in one and another money than fifteen crowded. receive no benefit. correspondence was kept up even dinner?' the When we get a good many chicks Christmas during the trying days of the Civil "'The best I ever drank,' was th .MILES EDICAU CO.,, EUfhart, Ind. on band there is a temptation to FOR ;FLETCHERS 2 war.. 1 crowd them during the w later searou. better than before It was I COURIER - JOURNAL For 1918. You can not keep posted on current; events unless you read the o J o , o o WEEKLY FORD REPiMON h Both One Year for o o o $ 1 . 5 O. A quick-growin- g LINCOLN'S JtCguliir price of Weekly EGG-LAYIN- G Star-Spangle- d SI. 00 make Sunday year. We can also special rate on Daily or in with this paper. s. To Get Advantage of This Cut Rate, Orders Must Be Sent to Us, Not to L 11 V :.k-iU- .ij m. l. 1 !- . - im-?v- I rnri,y .ly W-h- 2tSti DOEWNQIEC 1 g p 4! I)li' s. s: Children Gry I i CASTOR A i ?. MM (i HERE'S NEW TYPE CF DESERT Those Who Have Seen the Real Thing Would 3e Surprised at Pictorial I Representation, LOOK AND LISTEN CROWDER & SONS m?$$ " A-J , , NEW INDUSTRY IN PHEASANT Interest Becoming Widespread and fair to call u locality a "dcRcrt" nt all, Thousands of Birds Now Scattered when It Is bo plentifully peopled with, Throughout Country. tho cosmopolitan races presented to tho public on the screen. xxr t mi The plctures'show a wild profusion i..itno .ort Freezes eternally Illustrated with plctrofl from tho KaBt . (Bmc). it should be notid hero that It la hardly Tlinn wlin linvn lived In Kevnt will find n source of unending surprise In tlio scenic offerings of "high class which vnudovlllo" accomimny tlio throaty howling by a near barytono of ..j shnll Iovo V(jw -J- JJ th(J j,ot DcB i tin. CT.no birds of tho United State k Armcnllins nulgarlans and requires tho strict en orccment ol lnkln(? of ,lo. w(h ft fn,r laws Intended to control tho BhootlnBnmn scmi(0 n0 conccvblo , am ncc-- . andtnarketnBof wld birds t nm n0(lern IoungInB ng essarily limits both the period d ur comfortn,lly nroUnd tho pyramids and which they may bo hunted and ' mok,n IIavana cisars. English plpca. number nvallab lo lho. UW !" hookahs and cigarettes and mostly creasing demands of those who desire I h , Uut f ln hla choIce ot . iU. ii lack ,uu..un. remedied by the 'population tho scenic artist has donemay be This Egyptian scenery ho has cerproduct of aviaries preserves and BUrpaSBcd )llmBeif, for you bo- prlvnto parks, devoted to rearing o ho,d ciUBl0 of pyramids, domesticated game, the marketing ol i Bnhnn bv .... ., camels. h0rsc8. which under suitable safeguards is e drar 0BtrchcB nd cvon ele, already permitted In several' of tho ,mntB croB8nR thp BOft 8and of lll0 states, Indicating that American mar- - nl,eKpd de8ert of reBtlng bencnth thc, kets will open rnoro and mora to En gn oak p0piar8 Cac- these domesticated substitutes to the tufl and ,m trccfi .4, at disappearing wild game. And before you can get your breath At present thero Is no lack of do-- ft ,nnt knght ,n thc unlform of thQ mand for pheasants for various pur AuHtrlan hussars, covered with a kl- poses. Owners of private preserves, , mono and a Bclmltar stuck ,n hB beJt, . , ...... .. nntt ntntn enmc officials, nav nrofltaulo , .,ni. 10 Suits, sale price. , prices for certain species for stocking nnd hugIf ncr untn the everlasting des-- , Fiil ,9 their covers, zoological and city parks crt ,s removed and tho applauso of 9 Suits, sale price arc )0 audIcnce freeZe8 over. New York nnd owners of private aviaries SO Suits, sale price ready purchasers of tho rnrer nnd nerajd more beautiful species, and large I . ,,,,. i..A-nt-r.x on ctloulnBi chllicfl0( Ara,)B, MoorB. BARGAIN SALE During February we will offer our entire stock of Merchandise at sacrifice prices. Our entire winter line will be sold BELOW COST. jmy ,. Below We Quote a Few of Our Many Bargains .. ., Clothing. .$7.78 3.50 Shoes, sale price... S2.08 81.50 Hats, sale price. .1.18 10c Cotton Hose.sale price 8r Hats, sale price.. .98 15c Fancy Hose,sale price 1 Cta0.78 S3.00 Shoes, sale price... 2.38 SI. 25 Jjpl.UU Hats, sale price... 4.50 $2.50 Shoes, sale price. . 1.98 Shoes for Men. Hats. Men's Hose. ,a - WOMEN HOLD HIGH POSITION Probably In No Country In the World Are They Favored With Greater Esteem Than InjServla. . i;vv li V liT r i Thero Is no country ln the world whore women ocupy a more dignified p...-......15eor honored position In the home than Scr ln Servla. The Servian Idea Is quite iMrTornnt frnm flint nt thn Turk. WHO 25c Yarn Flannel, S. P....lSfe ' . keeps his women behind shut doors, .. l..- - iuvui io me St or .. vjerzniin, wuuau 1.1. wuuiuu la Sss 10c Dress Goods, S. P wom-'a- n a good, hausfrau. In Servla tho 15c Dress Goods, S. P 23? fs tKo companion of the man. . . II ... prices. Women. ,I a man is responsiuic mr ma uuuiui- 121c' Dress Goods, S. P.... Ite ana tnrougnoui me uai-ka- 53.00 Shoes, sale price.. .$2.38 LWtV. hlZJ JiS ATkfMl rled sisters, VK We have some shoes that states It Is considered rather a 1.98 will go in this sale regardless 2.50 Shoes, sale price breach of etiquette for him to marry Clean Easy before his older Bister. 1.78 of cost and prices. Don't 50c Work or Fancy Shirts, $2.25 Shoes, sale price No Servian girl would feel she could 2Sfc; .7 Bars for 38c sale price .85 fail to examine them. hold up her head In society unless she SI 50 Shoes, sale price could speak four languages. There la hnrdlv n Servian woman who cannot play some musical Instrument. Em- oroiaery, painting, urawing una bcuii-tur- e are all studied. Politics Is a popular feature among women. 1! Servian women are very domestiL1 cated nnd the highest pay'persdrinl at- Rlngneck Pheasant. fnntlnn in trlvl.nl mnttnrfl nf hnilRP- I . .1 1 t.Annn a- -a nnnnnl. UPOnlm like we. everything is Be careful and look over all of this poster and we will guarantee Th,ere aro two women doctors prac- Imported from Europe to bo sold v lv . i .i.iiin i,.. u...iW ' tlrlnc In llplprnrip nnd women teach- lor eeverai tinea mo jjiivu iucj not mentioned. Remember the sale beginning. on the and many other In European countries. Tho demand ers galore. Hut public opinion, whole, Is rather against uonicn enter for pheasants Ib increasing. Rlngneck pheasants have long been ing tho labor arena. established In Oregon, Washington nnd Uritlsh Columbia,' and nro lesa In Installments. common In tho wild stato ln Massachu. They were experts ln many things 'sette, Now York, Indiana and Kansas. in your supply while you are offered untold bargains, and make but chiefly ln the art of bragging. And and Come one EIToits to acclimatize pneasanis.. in at the moment they wcro'Uiscussin the United States are of comparative. , iclr nya wonUerful fcata aa vocal sale ever held in this vicinity. y recent origin, though earlier than IhIr. io siock up ior turning opnug ana settle, as we wisn to Is popularly hiipposed. All indebted to us please "Why," said tho Englishman, blow-InTho few pheasant stomachs rings of smoke from his cigar, ac&fflaasa.ajLLM'-g- i Indlcato that these birds aru "the first time I sang ln public tho very fond of grain. Oats and wheat simply showered mo with boucomposed about 3 per cent, of the food quets, mess you, thero wero enough of 12 Tlngucck pheasants collected in to start a llower shop!" Oregon and Washington nnd S2.5 per "Faith, an" I can beat you!" cried cent, of tho stomach contents of two tlio Irishman. "Tho first toime I sang CoUugllsh pheasants from Hrillsh wns at an open air concert, and, lumbia. Hut all of these birds wero tho audience wctq that de- mi-Kin Kontember. October nnd De lolghtcd they presented mo with a cember; henco it Is probablo that all house, they did! of this grain was vaste. Tlio next "A house! You must bo eft your largest item of food in theso stomachs head!" interrupted tho Englishman, o was Insects, conhisting entirely of scofllngly. of March flies. One Btomach ccn "Not at all," answered Pat. "I tell 3C0 of these tained no fewer than I yo thoy gavo mo a house but It was nnd another 132. The retnaindor Lionuoa m- a brick at a toime! of tho food Included acorns, plno seeds, Norv the tVue to tulw an wlym ithrTM wxsui't anyliody arcfjjm- llt-- V ivono cu'njf sv- - fliri, j browbe, peas, roso hips, lupine, bur swcr3. t"Vl Wn "vUl-- Ji Agricultural Extension. lJMns of an KmotitoiU NfttJUjiv. of t,'vs itarm rvu ami f liiw7i-o' and chick-weeclover, black mustard lontton tuil avmlirUlon ocscp rip a,iuni uisTuinuTioN or vum umsok. will - sUA'y fiilJils'iol ly Vrj Tor Hip W. 11 (?,,! ot a Goi1 t5ry, tiio wVa wit . An Anodyne. h'uM Vjp ajvl wpi1-- Utto.v kUl tiho SnJ from 200 to 9C0 kernels of wheat Oiw way ,to rniJw m'vvy oi lUe U Uy EM'rhntnt .Stolon, MPO" VW'' Vw fciniw cjnwt .lo J.h. "An anodyne," patiently explnlned a iW'iln"! .Vitp' up ojily n. Myw ! PiioUisni tfl Vie hKteryi WT nnd oats wero taken by various birds; physician to a woman pa- la 10 s.x.3 it Uy hj dWramUiwr fo t.atiin. about 200 peas wero found in ono tient, "is a delusion. Any medlclno LVt ,lw p,otl, ot lyJm? In Via r(vit iJ,ftjjut rocxi n Qr w"f w oM ,4 Btomach, but it was evident that these tl'Vit fie i:v,wy fomiM- iVM lxx .tin )'H' (UnioiwIuMit. anoV-that soothes pain has this drawback Ubur lwar M wlUd ,h ,J,qn eV' '111.J10 if our Am irluin i:HpiUtUM. V a-- i I caro for a.i.liw wero tho old nnd partly decomposed it relloves tho attack, but tho next minimum of Wrlns may la dn lot of VUli'i J pVituMet ivn HiiMiy wtt && jr wl.U e(ii M .o WW Uwut U.e refuse of tho harvest. Twcnty-thrcH biuv-T- , Ll attack comeB on much sooner. Under- UV E.rm wmir.aiuy At iVil, lisw ImitewiO, w!jo rxfcg cj- ncorns and 200 plno seeds were taken stand, it'll euro your headache, but wlnttnv sciia'Oim 4 MfUMi Uw leUmq A"Wt ABTn,. tiwly dtMvVr f Temi FStnwrit, (wT--- 1 by tlio birds wlilcujkto tho largest you'ro bound to havo anotuer ueaa-achtMn " .ne in w.tr. V. ot U Jit '1 mlely. K at ii'm lluww. 1M ' W"time f'T f amount of mast, and about bou in a day or two." VI oip. ot t'B fiXLcr fMJ 01 U QWi nnofKfii',.y t,"isu.H.-"Ti- 4 W nyi In wliiU li tho "CMi, hWIw!' or chlckweed, containing more lp will IWon. Ky. Tho woman pondered a bit. lvl&t an tnW. Kwly UmM ' VIA.H )OU are onHy,ViB "I know Just what you mean, doc- omn'woy liLi Uiw. than 8,000 seeds, wero in tho stomach tirt Ijusj- - 'tlnu iliulivs tlio hVAr ,Icj u a mn(y llwt will oure your miko, a ' WTuit'ie. IV tor," she said. "I've noticed K nbout T'i9 wlivVii' moiiUis aflflrd m?portilty l.ijt .Tf winter, 'tlhe MVi-- f of tlio best weed seed cater. Ill4 i1vu S;oul of a turvs ft mQI)By Q.(. wa6t8 UlM M What Is most evident is that pheas- Henry, my husband, you know. A doc foi- - pii tf mui'm; mvi wipji'ultv; p.11 fti"a i)1iiy uiy bsllowlns tfiu lli(ie 1VJ fUHI t,lie J1'" Btrttik Mining pulUvaUns'. ants nro gross feeders; tholr capabili- tor prescribed whisky for his cough. niii'iiliiory. Irliiietitls wlin Jon oun et a pnvar-- Uurlns t.V ot a toor "Ijj" w!.o w;m n- to tlw woik oit f,joJ- llu wntlon 'thai Jiu won a wirW-(ties for good or harm aro great. If n My husband says it cured his cough inwln,-HrttHiis Winn- - liH,iKt,!is will iJJ ua ppJUiI ,to i,t J)r ohlMmn Ui ' or fmmr l.itr as wH a, to MV a crop thoy aro quicker than anything elso over did, Ml nn tir llu tlll.i.vl of UU ll)rfms number of them attack r1 ' .n1 tf it, or if but I notlco that no geia a now cougu ew . . It Ist noLlctJ Uut wiy ratft bilklllll wMq'i " !b hu.ule.1 ivon V likely to mako short work of ? Jt U il.. imih - t- -J . .kr .. i.. AU feir ti'w qt,'nw lilnJ ,f it,T.iW t -, ,T iijr n ... . u,u they dovoto themselves to weed seeds almost ovory week, now." Loulsvillo tniAiuu w uavn-- i vv aa UtU.IlU04 Wit 4 '"""- -' ..n li t 7 . nuw i ii lh inr. knonn fbfy.wni . i. " nvH,le at the .lafict: tfutn In winter pests thoy do a groat deal of Tlme3. vv. rr rt' ,'"- - ' or insect 3 of mu" " l" , J .Court Itenrfy. na to a ..ii.t,vn r t'ka l.hrlo.l AUoniLint t' " Wu iuvw.i oantorfilo ablo ,iinl IKaC vet "- good. It seems therefore that tho I ' wlnU.iT liw "" ra, nwlt. y--r mUi by u a,,ta a.U huH rW mi. Ui miJo roa-Ujcimiixl) tti Vim! quostion of tho economic valuo of to htm "ai'i" , nt - ; T! iliw lfV. Old Coins Really Broken. phoasants is peculiarly a local one. Koal A Vuroimh cltfintiib of tM be,.. Ij!i"," of wlilch U ftTtn !! ,i ' .i plan for Thoy had an ingenious way nurfiVne re - tln.o far Uorkis out Vw future s Much dopends on tho proportion of 1ni$ t j Oir.J VkU Hl.n i'i.X . ' change Inu-- aul swrliia nt am w 0f the Man Who Liked lw.l Kkwme a XLU' ,-- I'.j', p. IT " land under cultivation, tho kind of meeting a shortago of small coins ws..Wr, and ion uuU ai tupi. anj- - fnipn uw fciui. . ,.,..: rlf nil fti.rni m j 7aie tho quantity of wild in tho old days before copper buluiuiB Uivly ot crops raised, and , , ... hounivr. jrifil wily to ' inflrn tJu " "T""lkt r" Moving Pictures. the existed. Until tho reign of Edward I. Apparently food nvallable. to 1W H.WWIW.IM or XoolMJ B.fKir Ui penny was tho smallest ihwVh iv I 'twtt ft: 'chauces, aro about oven that Imported tho silver a illl. Oitvnon-pl.va- a liuiltwU'rf rat oclii!in o.f TUiare ww om IjnUfaiiiB layl'is out iv , iuio'i oatliu nftw ....,k OjltiiWn In H.U liu,'Ttaliv!nj " pheasants will or will not become coin minted In England, to tho great ilnnartuno aikl !mni .wlfu win In lfl Jlaiiv. ..... i.. . wO. 4 '" Uullt' WKlt pul 4 Inconvenience of the small purchaser Wr lll l W. ttoi-- t 'tf (irt:w. nUnm'jis d'le nni. rrr Ml. unra .yu nmy w"i ".. ti At. tf usotjil economlo factors. 11.vttfin ir. Jim of tho period, nut tno aimcuiiy wua i. a.'VU fvw ,U line the luiKbaiiJ U sV'l SorvJt vtril fot th's turo anVUe ... UU'IVUI (' i i,.- .io.w.i. fuimeiH over by. the Issuo 1....1 some extent got . to iil ; .. nu run.. ttw Pnuls. nt. u uwv ti"""' ., w fr'"8 H,r' rt Uk9 of t,'M Jlfltnir Viirlely. In i" o iniontit-- aivl h a'tU Hktp- "" iiu of pennies ina'-ru": tfV -- Jwtl. "'"1 HWI1.I HWiWW W 1)VVuitw. ou!UAt.9 tils Kai lollo T.u4w. J Clover Is bettor than any otlior hay Tho coin coujIh tli broKon Into will Ivk aA effart-t- a bfl uiv pVuHei wwnii U x""- wi wli'ich una n (nwta rnr Dm reason that It pos liulfpounles aud farthings. -- i'Jnu v IVe iw l"'1 nb,Hl ami Oius.e1 him Our flrst h'Vj V1s mrwiiik. fie tanir iWMklnitH of wjntjr. -;; nutriment, as well real copper coinage only dates from lU.Nt tvnfivr. wr.fc , ..i ; Besses egg making , wiiirn Art O vlki-.t- e. A"! w fli,t Unrouh 1V ., ni3 farimr. of pi misl.vt, vi W wdnwui as fiber to separato tlio particles ot 1072, and until tho tlmo of Edward VI. aJ y vlaoln - 1M J3mtanI Kl1 tM man wf.W. nut' .iW aW taw- -j grain. It Is not bulk (mero quantity) farthings of sliver were coined, grow-in- e vnplw of cmws Utfoie i4iAiih H;i an .Va nr-'itto that Is n6eded but coarse fiber to FOR FLETCHER'S, d smaller and smaller as tho valuo .nnolrv thn cniirnntrated feed In tho silver Increased. London Chron-Btomach, that tho gastric Juices can," ' ii DirniiL-l-i tho mass. I I 1 I VTdHf A 10c Hose, sale price 8c $3.00 Pants,' sale price. .$2.3S $1 Suit Cases, sale price. .78c lOc Hose, sale price $2.00 Pants, sale price... 1.08 $1.25 Suit Case, sale price 98c Groceries. $1.50 Pants, sale price... 1.18 Hand picked Navy Beans, 50 Pants, 1 lot S. P... .98 SI. Misses' and Children's 5c per pound Shoes. Sugar, lb 5ic Granulated Overalls. S1.35 Shoes, sale price. .$1.05 Package Coffee 22c 78c $1.25 Shoes, sale price. .' .98 Si Overalls, sale price 21c Loose Roast Coffee .79 3 Pounds Keg Soda 50c Overalls, sale price.. .40c $1.00 Shoes, sale price.. 5c All other groceries at low 15c Odd Pants. Suit Cases. Misses' Hose. Miscellaneous. 5c Calico.sale price 10c 41c (jingham, sale price.. t? 6c Gingham, sale price 5c Ste 12ic Gingham, sale price 18c Bed Ticking, s. p 20c Oil Cloth, s. 10c Flannel, S. P ISe Shoes for Shoe Bargain Counter. n Shirts. Soap. mmmmK .i.. I Cash Paid for Produce. No Goods Charged During Sale that just bargains sair f February 8, and Ending March I. the andall lay this call arrange udue. & ! i greatest g o '',i i 1 ii F M lar-va- lar-va- o R.osine, aiuf Kentuc ky. wt - a- ia l'N iK-f- i- i3 fctr-tai- -iif 5 well-know- n f tar o 1 '' lnl ft"-- 1 o cap-buI- ,"t' W' lit i r tn,ty - , .... a, . ' ,flv Jli' l.l """ , 1. "f''H I'4':f. ' b1 au. UUM-K- mi-fu- lly "'"" I .... .,. . a.-- ii C ... lOj'wr-si.l-i- an-Ju- t.'. ..i., ,. ' '... ... ., ,. m-n- - I - 1 i r!, a,T " ,..ii,. ta' Children On i,. 1 CASTORIj FVFFTSm rrJ,HP" 'V ' 1' w r-- . v I. .. '.. r. "-- ,H,uvi:MiSTftirymvMtbtHm,,ji " r'TTll-ll- I IT 'Hartford Republican. i r - ' r. t- w ?.n lS'j; ' of lolVl'ifhd, iK'.. snO,s ;n u f,w lit)- to M Ouni', w'illh he ,m puiiuha.Til from tr, He.iry In Cunmr'jniRs. Mr. Cummtnp' will nit t'il little ,tf3wn until FiPlUS C. M. BARNETT, J. NEY FOSTER Mm, HjcK MlWHJll a.ryl Hotl" yvvfi-- t EDIT0R8 Tut'Vrj rfU ' on n her tWuRlvter, r wRAMEY E. DUKE, J. NEY FOSTER Ui. iWuyne Unwell from Tl'mrsloy PUBLI8HER8 AND PROPRIETORS. jn'll .H?mlty. Tndiy nlpM! ilr. rsH Urown to wlt'i Mr. OV all comtnunlcationi A4ArM Mi- -. Hartford Republican. Kiiwl Iiwcr iist'imHl line Promise to Permit First Official sle froij Ov.'nboro lart wMk Trial of Discovery Now Kept bo'-ho.' the rh t of Jir ilmiHlitor. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS and .Miss Klnvle new Mrs Gertie Ilita'vjr Unhwrlbers deelrlng the paper eent to a by Scientist. ' Aridnxui mott frlte the old nddrres In ranking the Powers. aqaft. Mr. Hu,ck Jlltalvll lot a fine .work will not be retnrned rjnfOllclted mnnnfcrlpt mule K.rjlay night. at IV IWlln, Jiuutiiry alMW acfonipnnled by pnMsw. wr?k We 1U hi: ktY. any mall "111 recelTe no Asooymona commnnlcatlon sllKhfttt iVJ.aw, t,u4iruls'.s vtqtns In an npcount iif Wk'i .wnt'ir. Attention. dolly lelito- - mil arp cn.ain Mlu Cl'jix Wi('iri Is vWlln,' her .jHff-ki, Ji Mr. and "iMir. .",loin, of tVcgruiu to Ir. Pill-'flrm7. TEI.BPHOITS. r NarnowR. wjip najs Jiv (hvs a pjpjtlve mtte nsklnj? .his STenal families In tth's convnvanlty Lr VvJ lnnd 31. vid to I lUS tVIr hoinies on arcinint of t. rjRIDAY, JANUARY at ifv hlph wiitex. and much stock ,wa P,!irlia;s a rzo(n pntmrnti havo urntvsd also lost. Tins wvAv if thought tf) to lrW already, tid jnpne iifp op t; ,wii h'ff'jieir Iron' tntn ev," lvtor. Announcements. SVvns pf tfss flnve anii(ls Ihp urq'uu- -t Mr. WIS Uean Is mo.lns lp his n.v of sipiltlicps prrVble to mako tfio tt(p. k AfnpJW iffvm Is .Ur. A. G. JlpU, r,f h'T9 w,l fo't Jie pwahuivl trom FOB. COUNTY JUDGE. -Acton. .Tyie lattiSir rcjUpd a fmMii nair Plttslaur, wlin sVjil his au,lornJb)e an to tutnatiirr fWe are authoiriaerl , Ky., ppvte HarMo-- d and moved a wnks ap. oV'cr lolonffinRs to g?l the pnny for B. Otf.qH,KNOR of JlsrUo-ilPraxr meeUns vy f'Cirv Uw fi's'it tfiij ,1'IP. Ills wlfc a I n ..firs jlaNt npj-for the 5, s a candidate nomiUiHit'jcui far tiV office of CqunV at tfie rn'iUio.llst church. Sopie pf yp'i of tul"ouVls a'ld Hijjd qipv? In a.1 ronts out ctf Jrf. to k it tlie jume-l- to tpj2' hif k Judps of Ohio punty, su'ojict to tj'is o'hrlst'aos nv have n"?rr taku rvwit in nU''t and .fiptlil r path lit is Kilns' G. Yab-s- . action of he General ,Pr,l"iai, A31" We,dnFday 92S Slienhtui w p Is In this soioJ wa-nodi), 13. August .', unity, a dJWyr.iite (Tjndltlon wifl whi Ls S par jard. CxUIc.t Hoasteir CKntV-by ins KOR JAILER. 1 Piar yaTd dil'ing Kur Glia,ran''e B. ClevelanJ, alsu of L2vj,n.stp,ii. We aire authorised to .announco C 9Ue. J. 11. MiCluoky and Ur. riVahrtm P. Turrmr f iHoptfocd, Ky., as a cannOSjKNDLATTVS. tMjjth of iMusJxope, Oklo., jw1 lfth didate foir the jDeriicoratle npnti.Uon In tfw last stasis, also a-- p unl- - 1f;t-piin- t. tor the otflce of Jailer lof Ohio icoin-tBirthday Celebration. Mr. .McCJmksy ljq',ron,l fie suUJeict to the action of tlie GoiIXi.-lc5. ftorai, Fardaxlll4, Ky. K. P. 1). 1, Jamuaty mensy far Uw August 2, 1913. tre; Primary, Saturday, S3. Tiie friends anrJ ralaAhis salier-s- d of PUWiWj?. juwl Dr. O. C. tqU. of at the lip"ve of UTam .nabbJU, . U4rer Hwyluskv, O., also are hri. KOn JAlLtl. his Jam. 22, to fo'iebi-U- e A (number pf AnitirJcaiii Hir.e lw wi,thprlzied o anpoupce JOHN We ane jenr. A bountiful dlmier heji tiflvVaxl UuU y?r ftrlen ls I'n A. DANIEL, of Hifltfonl. Ky., as ft Oie aire ,mvly to nik,e any poimi'lwible far tii Democratic TiomfnatrWi wiis ssr(l wiliich all enjojed. In by service Aas .held aacrlflcq and itlui are bJU3 for ttor the office of Jailer pf Oilo eopptv, aJtorniotn a alvlcj. eubjfjat to tti3 action of the Giaral Pri- NKah Lanfiam. Mr. liabpltt nijidc nAca talk lvow lie had livn cared T'w Anvai'pan consul .etcvvTil l)"e was mary, SllUirday August 2, 1913. g his Jaivs pn-l- tv .manipftd with iiquliiV.is ypt lie was watched oer of joins. Tltostj pnSrtivt, Wfjre: ftp Jiaxc clnrilv iqV-- r prl'it-e- d growwrs must mil stand Mr. and Mra. I'ctp iAUham, iMr. an I fpr 'his Uf In rcolyAng. t cur ail awpre itoseilrir. s Sirs. Jaspfir Ulaik, ilr. ami Mrs. Geo. In j3v of tVse two An optimist Is a Jiwci who lajs by a Kovman, Mr. ajvJ Mrs. Nuix'i Ijtni'iim, questfxris Jiimt Ue askd ftr.vt. Is Mr. an,J iMr. Jo.'mte Babbitt, Mr. and slnsone; owl, flaihjnd, l.vs he for a rainy day. little aixnih-lnMrs. Lcn CJallowai-- , M,r. and M,rs. ,To-- .i a rquly w,hUi'i dims tuberqul s? Why n'wild It b? naaaswry tp iVilt TliO'la- -, Jktr. and Jlr. Babbitt, TU pi.!y an,".ii to lnth of itihev so ions before geittliv? a n.v Rresjdent Mr. and iMrs. Ja'ui Uuihain, iJIr. an I (juestlons at tfV time is W.t no oil" .Into iWs Job? Mra. Jalijn Niilw, Mr. and JI,ia. fl'on Knonis. Capp, ilr. and ilxB. Tob l!qd, Mir' It! vin and nnust lio .said, i)tqu4ver, wife Ik OTpWolf Jlopper's fourth anj Jtrs. J;sle Clark, Jlrs. Tlri Jlxll. Dr. Jrlolnkinn has don;; Jiuiq'i lo Uilo? ,him Hr divqrcc. What has bacoma M,r. Jlniinlp illlck', di'wrcrJIt ililmsrtf In tlie last f,w fl.w, Josap'i Babbit. of Nat Goadnbi7 Lorinle the p,t,tlUud Cllen Calk, Ollle Wsdd'ng. of tihp im,Tn We jure to have a ijw rtyV nickle 15a,'bUt, aiiast'Ts QvaiJke und, Slietffiun UVs wiork Jkji Is one of BJ.1 CaIqnxiy, Qn Ulnvix vaime on Tih(inday, ,wjhJi Flaunt Aeot moAt.li, but it on'it bu any mewe Hxbb'jt, 'Vpm and najt It hnjinn and iBviJon FWdim, AJnisworUli JlvbljlU, Dr. Prlennvmin tivn than the old orw. Kulig on Hrld-xMaxvJn Taj lor, Jafph IIu.ll, Kdward to tlip iiiln,rit'r Arp'ibald tn,paiQi'vrnt nill be Clvk, Gwtlii BVjpiU. of Cie drttqrViir rto juaT3 hls raniV at I.Wtls Jllsstis THie a vuirnlas to aU flJ11 Jle'es to bo Murrll Mi;alfaJnJ Ruby ij'lqr. fie dlsippu.l of t'lp gp4q-nnii- t. oarfful and not git paiifj'.L Tle CQ,iii?pondonts duly r.'soist'sl 1U M dlsifjr."-abl- y Railway Business for November. to ti'iiit ?,tfrt, anil tlnu- ConrusiVMiil pf fie 5t(9Ts Ta surp-Jsfi- d on TlrHiy fiwmnnp to of Uuin'h9 In tho The high tide Becorvl will ha srHtiaq; put a mJgiity !i,id nptNkcpt UrvlteJ S'ujtes caitlTVUtiS Ao be .reiflait- - learn tltat Dr. lAtwesUug papfir next ailnj. railway iaUVSicn CfHKV'?d his pi- nLr. e.1 In it 1".4iy )pk lulni ito task 'jVwfrv. t.He hy ,the iBjreau at Hallway llj!0,n'iil(-Clwf'i saj-party b Hioni,.!ir 'an o fTii tine reports of itliie inj.Un,s tp .Vie lie Mt,n-- 1 lkimsoif by iyJiiK hf ' nad nut nvjlexil nn appolnl,iiieJiX with il'ie IateratjU'ie Oamimeiiiue Conm'M'on, It always is, yul In January. nrvl was mot iivUlnff lt so, !'i Tliie T,g.uiins far list Mvflnibr is,'iov 'cripn hw P"" e 1!e ivah prltmi."i H,j 'Insist, pf suopltiJit. an Infrow aer NMm,Vjr qf M'irJ (pre qSs oitltu-l"Jolctw"' iwi'lch tains i number uf el inulvv that it'ie iinlnlst, p iqjkl ifltvt ur, but do nqt in'J(aVUn Cie vious ehould 19 renv,J as oi a? pasnl'jfe. lny do anprpuch Win. 4 ip'ia e1 raOo of luuTtsw Dr. Fitalmunin .said tlii'ill) Jve wpuld mmtih, of Ocit)be.r; iwlvlle operatuiK irev- Blue (uncortai'nt) still i iuibs n i ir until W(cne-da- v iiaiVon,al l"adrs as ti w'pit ityieir eiiUiM ilncri iai?d $122 f5r mile Pf llr--J wait Qn tjie jrovpninwn ln- e unil If ho hnfl jipt rei"?lK.-Pjaldi5rt-clen- t Is etjIok to do wiien he f- - iVie mint'i, oTatlns eneixe t,hMi li,e wiqiilii igo dl-- Jt cnqisod $74, and net i3Vcn'Je onil jfrts In Vw White Jlouii. tor the to Amqrjcu to tqaUi t,'i- nn'tjvJoJrins Taxes w.tiie aivater 'Xtifcs w.ns a griat wifk tor Kirti ic'ty 33. firco of cihiais, io,w to una his tliam ifor tuj t;Vi ( Tjixea wi ire sniaVr ProTiq3slts and imiiifih ismJ ,i aoenm-pHi- 'i pivlpuu N.oviinbr, iimoumMiif, to j"TO rnepy, an.1 then plictf U at .tholr l. Iweiajrt to lifiiit t)ill.s by tli-Incoircj iniiUe of Jtne. Rir "ii 'riinpH. aH the liiuXivUVa fjlVlO $12.13 tper mile o,f line fqr each 'He will lalst, .how,5;or, (ial eOA.li -" 'iow,lng diy in Npvetubr, an Amount BifaVf fCiall iKpplve full instructions ais to The IVma'Wits1011. NonnW-j- . by $1C3 ti!in Tills vxw ,to alinlulster t,le oianieily.' fjbfttr Joiik of ability to do Heip cqmeq tUa lH'.nt whonepn 'Xr. Is the Wire unniunt aMaillabl; lo tlie Cfty ane havlnq a emit muddy wMljrht rullnrijis if(r nn,Tj8, into (eat on Uurvls, ni;ledmapn the fllanis toi t'ue luausvrj.itoi. and wUlidi he adxanrps ph un" ,ecu'Q . apiroprlatpna anil dl"ldj3aiils. So tfe thlavelng TaTlff on Juamp Is Far itfip fUp inpnti'is of Vie UNeail far nqt making his rendy a.alUble the ID b(S leflt alont. Tjluls Is tio pji2 itpf tfifi n'(t firpijrts; usM.nts pei mu'" aieryWliflre. H? assoittts tha ens fnwU Keniueky Ueiniocmts. Nujw wl(i,t aro of VV of aVulnUUtUii rallwajis, Kyinxiuivd with Has In ,t.li Planner lfeiy salng tp do to plsoss tlie ot.hi tihiO emulsion us in thp remedy miontihs of tUe jr-vlfoUawj)? Uie r iyn,t; it'iat aid that wlUioul this knqwledse jieair, Inoreswwl 5 3 rcmady Is d3,ngqmus. abacusof the .winstenn irallwajis Incr.eaaod U-govern-Vea- t. Wie ane In taor of loil self q'.lvoir 111 effects. llyuv; ill the iiiiatU.T of Suiflot Itf-- fynl, wi'ille tliiat of tihe raUiays es and (Of liquid, noborly Is i!n a &koWm to of t'lie Khan ) livirevrsd V', amh kn S'irJ fiVfliJon f yjun,ty offlvlals ea.'. qoiU'Jpvert tills, and It m,ay (be so, but of 1 jcir (ConU oouaty hh'WUl le iKnnlltl the tmpreaslon deepens ,tUit Dr. ilteJ-man;Pqr th3 ciIpimi j;ion1;lis of th,e 40 o oh tlKij' n'v) fit HvVir (tj've deaplte Ws jxinferrvld dlsGln,lni-qry,?vc IV net avjeniue haf) an Itching axilm, arJ Is larwult-- fi ,p mile of lira pf Cie .titenn tjw cni.lusjn iof a ,fa aruhjle de-jDUNDEE. compared with thie far Wio usp fi ihls fomffly. In this co nmunity anqa'j!i Jan. 20. iKa,i of Vw nwvilous ;eir, TluLs stattomont ."ay be doing t'w 4 8 na- - afsnX; thu.t' of tlw .wjant-o-- n iwe ery busy itrljvping and d,lleiri-ian Irtlusttce, but dhfe t,vil tUt-JUbacj. iral'.wayB lnorwrU 7.4 jpsr peat, Ut,: n tlnat this A ,ve-UiCCssful fnlol closed ut H's wJille Vxift kJ tliie rmlwajw of .tlw Matli auims Justit. fled, aid It .will (take .vwiie rtasUv-pUoe TJiunsdaiy, uiml- -r the ni(ini3(8nJVjnt iHwi la of 4G pit orjt. action on Dr. Pjlednrun's iiitf. tp t Mr. J. C. Ijininonee. lie will also not- It. Bride 71 and Groom 18. duct a flprtevs: j!vol 1mvj wliKh .will pe- is deslnoos cf That D,r. KuWn'-pn- , ne gko January 27. Ky., Ja,n. of 1n roait n'iniii-kabli. WJUliim Sihui'd'a- of Crnt.-Ui- P. w"ldlriS3 evr luiKiw-- I mak,yur as niufth nintii,y pis jr)Aile u tho kutki ir m.iUvies amJ frlenils this touAty took p,U.e Sun. Thp b;rH3 of his 4laoory does'at,, 19!' joquree, fijm Suruliiy until Moniiy. Mrs. tWla Khte, Is i3Vinly-on- o ypv per 3, fltplirp him s a fakeir or u M'ia.r. 5la,9 lVreirwui, NnnoR, 11. F. Tl qf iajo wiJ t'ias a.)r?ral H (iujlilVlrot lajtan. MlfiS Tlrne te mo doubt of JiU abllt(y U'an ivtlmdlnt; the fall mivh kV1t thun Sine sfonn, (Minforii No. 2. whp had biwrlolqjfwl Jlaes. J,t (a wtVfltqd by iKool Iy2"1"1' "itnnJ it Jir .hoine Pil- - Bini9 NeliioJi, ,wrp is anl- itay. ahe ,willl bo piUv."d srwuUy by .r years at asp, and wi'iio it u r4tlou ilitind tfie mp,s;t O'lOiiiVnant .ptns,lclaryi and of lUTiln, ufl ihe fa jextrpnio- wtny fiiiityls as ie lus twn in our an tlip Qhptioiike & 0'(Io raklrajJ. Ti3 IwUdfJ has Jjpqa miftrrlqj thp-tdwq fojr quite a uu'illo. times and ly iwfall Qina-cfesIs, Jipwiior, M'iTntou?, iiVoly li Ir. nvq'4w,r of olgWp n clyldnen. Sunday (Crol is pnwsres-Vju- r lnlSih' brunkr. imd onuaillo to t,le ; r. o.f wKbMr. lia Dayt Sjpt. ujiU M-tnrcHppnBUilllty, Tobacco Basket. and Ito ,li(a,s ovippaitiedly tJulte Srcuvitury. WflfuMiurVvi, Jan. Me. ClioirlJe Uro,wn, wilf an tio J. mtdi) stutiiiftntM, pnly 4p domy Nlioin Iiiul, 'hja Lrtf. ma.if'1 Vaterj Vo C. OCamiVilll Bdlth ajid L.,Mte It As kivwn ithat Ir. Firhdmann has Pflut papkago totlpy, unduly busku. jowmVs of lr. J. W. St&vins ajid Hi'iiidi'y. mud? of plalttl Buinl'v wfitfo an,J lia,l a numbqr af Kffr frprp AnwrtJi, Saturday nllit an,d nnoifUlanaily J1I1 tvrm fUld wltth thp e,vr-wj(h i(h pomj'l-nvmt- s o)f which M Vast one Mr. ilejwy Chitjsrv has iwa'vyl a million, dollars, and J(U an of J. R Ciay, of JlUlqrpbUfK. UUx. Jese Huff tfxr Vie conlivs squu-according to l at tk rortoMlce Hartford, Ky., midi.I1 mutter ul the eecond INH. Catered - will movie to t'n nixiir future. .Mr. Jvna Tlltonl, a.nJ V:vam)U, Xnfl., I.i FRIEDMAN CURE AROUSES SKEPTICS Inquires Into berculosis Remedy. il ict iMimlVs -e Report twpftslon lh,at he V10 tvl. rii?n,tually tp pJotJ ftttxa Pivsldwt l'lnliy, of tl,? dltnia ,Uini'. of Now York, Is ivnoryf fihe A"ioiVi.n vvlip Jiawo offqrs for (Ulra ipnnly. Dr. Frlqlnionn iidnilttl f'l'i m1 '" rfuenil ito ilbwuss Ave pv"". Of fie .muMy. lone nuust iiiik lv wit ilt Ls n ,f iKit t)'nt tj'ore Oris si bf??n a wjld fvitunble tumxw thv nuost ts in-nj, nnt pronln nt phi slolan,s t far JiV(ly Una but wU'l Vvo ,lo ifi(A4n It. JPYis It frpni Ir. n"lt"'.-niui- n, , SW Wmj lok good f Via m ' I trom iJeiil men nr--t omulsloio willfh wtu tlve fa,moin iiotVJM'wlst wj-Iil kln TiUlrl 4Mor-kows- Dr. PnVxliiKMin ski wHt i.irs ni;o, Wi l'Uj-- ki ant 1'is ilv'jVj jt4- Irt u srand-pa,r,'nt- s, llrlod-nuiu- ..13 (t'uv, trcyV-mrm- 1(9 1 1 I.ijrut'c s b'n k. IV. i'r'Nlm.jun d v.trrcvl I'10 sOtvi wiiiq'i lie smw Is in-- 1 lm?. Dr. KrlKVivvy jlintp tfVs nn1 lw djlwyrnkfl .wlikt Dr. PUrkiJWKkl Ins six 3Tars ob. ,Howjqjpr t'vtf jmy 1, Dr. Kiirfunkl. I who wprkol wlth Dr. Kiilpi i;mi t elK'i(ijn iiVJint'i-s- , In a tUA'l dclaTs he lM enrji"! ,foi ly uis-- "f t'l wlt!i the PlorJecwkl renv-- l. two Anrlcan.s among .t'nn. Dr. IfcTjl noiW U 111 tliu wny to .,mr- Vn wlUi 4ur tubtn of t,'y cmukston. Undoir the ckn'irut)inrs, t'lOT'f'",". It Is pf(tffl nilvlsnlde fpr A'v Aiueri-ca- n g furt'SK-- 8 ito wait a bit to HvlUi, and reprcltlly slve Dr. Prledpipnn now ta In a Hwnion whem lie must n'lortiy wle out pits onM). of ba-jllt- l declartsiln iiii-s- thij wji,lq!i i fRSntt til trom as c-Sri :mm p'p.'-tiv-.i- PM-kq- kl ' ylLL-WO- OL BUY CHEAP lfiio i"iii-In- -- -- otliT-ln-Viw, 2; J''n OifV.iJls ditrJa? will! the KTrntli ivduc". ll? ' wur d. COwtinr e , mi U03KN!llATTjS. on a-- y, Resolutions the Death of Rev. --Joiner. T Wfd-n.'scli- j-, fe Afn-oi'r- fi irar Rsoti at tho qiuiitnely omfcicncc fiMI itiitliiy infl Sunday aiifl ulto 1' here tlvo Mqt,UUst Sumlpy School J.mt Sjn-dt- y liifiuiliv,': 'i Your ovnmlttoe oppolutrd itp n t'- -i saltalile Ulblitu nnd dcatli of pur JninpiiVd ptitir, tp" 15v. T. V. Jolrnr, pftpoi't: Uro. fo-a,- nJ d,u-i- ol fnvno fq-q- clrfin-nstonn-- rtn his home In llantTpril. Kpuiuky. J W'3. fttwn apopl.x. Ho ie fliW nH'ick. but n fw luwirs yvtra of .ip, and Ui ,wiip Imd WUiifully p'toplcil tie Uap."l of tw jClirist for thirty jisjrs. In 'jntit, )v was on lookig at tlie sunpy l o' a oj wtlo 1. He 01V of Close is hid moifit Jomr iHM iriVis nl 1 nly at arr lld Lots of winter Is left; ve have lots qR clothing left. You must now prepare for winter; we must now prepare for Spring. Ve will now sell you handsome, warm, storm-pro- of clothes for lrreslstably low prices. Ve wish we could sell every suit and overcoat at a profit before Christmas, ano! then lock up for a couple of months; we can't. "Ve must" sell our winter's stock, "You must" have clothes? Come to us; you will go out well dressed; your pocket book won't feel an earthquake at the prices we now make. flft-HK- jt aliys s t"-- al f t'l" mi J (tnolriij'on tio vUUm Illgjlvnr Ufe and "walkl iml r.ifkel Willi God.'' Wltlyint li"1 ad l '.'liis nf til of Jiroains, ht InjX'ltibla World ti'ie doUninT notp of his illfe. Wltfioitl "prjilj of o,Wnn''' fdiiVt lo tho lie clujtg iwlth unw.u-l- i CARSON & CO. INCORPORATED, ni lon 'imr Hartford, Kentucky. A- fux anii iMaUle Vrtrtqr, ll"avir .Da's, Wright, Jloiton; JVxli lenient Adahnrg; Rvji BulVr. Swie: Jifjy Wilillttrwilll. Rnllif !1 VlK(vjt anil Itoclioitir; II mud TluVyipr, JLirjtonl; or and CTarenoe Alln, tVoiifAell K)U n?t Biinrji, ltch.itr; Mottlum l pflu tsrtxuvn; Arthur iMlmton, Hpttpn, Ilawkinx, Hartford. MIs.) j:.'lj-- CUuk, Kunii)Milr asj' nl Mnbol Park, .Nooin k, w)io iwn- g ImwI from ti'ie nwf hi?1! wtitens, are wltli HMr.(-ln.sMiss Coin d'leiiiir, CipiuwU. i" l w"k-enwith .1iqr juntnts. All d"ipartnirtiitn wiTe flliivbisvl fiur'-da-y J1"1" nftnrivvni on nriiiit of 'W airlil. Rro. Jqln-i- r wlil b.. ' In M hc1I, fpr Ms jr-iaivl Mwliaypn mTOuxaiwiwnt anjl nil' to hnfiU rge and ent?iuku 'A clas,s 1. UJ-" fw PWwiisp kionnay. nji-- y d. Mpiirorp, v '"i ' l'-)Insbqrg, Antemsl 1,11,0 K1"0!' " week. H-- ln GaHlV' and Reflation." In a'l w,i.s "Man of and geplV, ten x iuul the ifcvlliifts and optnl-Mis tfu- i!ie rt il-- flnm and omsltuit "tin I of ,was ki'n llv utp of pf odi, rs. In liU own INVISIBLE AREOPLANE IS DEVISED Soon to Have lirf I" e rrfi-.lnm- -j s ' a1 piln,r unl ojilnioa". ran an I wpplefuj II,j lail t' ulty qf dl.tujslng with qfKjrs inJIit-loi- li iU"4Uiks, wltqrc oniinna dltfer, oCtqniJIns "tino'ij w'so .llffp e trpi,Ulm. With a sptllhw and o'wurful lifturt ail with 'full KnjmlplfP of tlv) ftutt. It; iill..Mi tor iitLnj (n tilths In ttte s'uvlpu of dath an.) .nh ,lw and ULs pliivskslans kruw It. In t'vi Kiv.it 1 ft' War Department 1 Machine That Enemy Cannot See. WiiHlilii,ntm, f (e n du-ln- Jnn. Riii-a- 'St. Invisible Kyn-plan- ts n.'4-il- n s wt,li sfjghlt ihiuiK1 t iof a ae-ilotv- f, wqrld-ultl- e istrugIti tor Dfin-osra- d $IS.-3- 3. iui aln-al- i' ptr fr tisyie qus u Itlf -- one-fjan- ical-etd- ar n, s, rall-wij"- J m,-- Patln it's Kliif;iK)in, lw Cll, full on t"e flrln." line tuyl l'witli Staluleps Uiiuvir .of itjlie Qruss. walkpd iVw hlrflvwajis of Jf a Christian KJiiUanrui In all JiIh dilliifiH wl'li his IJulluw rin. Wi uluvll miss f lis pliva.y volep aul jd mi mt fapc, 1i!s deTftsd chrLs.Uan Ufo ind iuLs uonmsels In the affalns pf tho Ji,ur-li- . tt Tlfirqtpre .Tlunt the .MjitUxlNt IlasoH)l, 1st. KphstMnal CIuikIi, Moqth, lias butt In qhe ikfi,Ui of Bio. Joiner an able, nn I pmtf-- . and faithful iiulnl-sViqaunsnlar .cul alil'.-r- , and onn a wis? who w;as djjVd to .his Uuin,h ,anl his ahaiRje. 2d. To His fanilly ws vipastly tnnde.' In .thplr lw our ilnirirest nj,nyiatliiy the (rm'ii n i;avemeiit and xmpw, tX n,Vt.' ttferltptge, but ly.inttvl .UiPin t)lre t'ia.dns anl clouds hUII sntileei tlie face qf tWr God. , (3d. TJrtt. a copy Pf ,tlvisi Tpsqlutjlons Wifl Junl'y. ito be ftrt(i A'Bd to Mctliodlst Sunday Wppl, 'IV' Wirt' Idi'.ndlst aid lan wVjdiqcate, Q'tvUal tlie cpunty ivupers t,y uulJi'cJi'loriu JIUV. R. D. JJBNNBrrrr. 0IJUfiliiu.iit of U.i will lie avail Cil to Hi" ll;','liitii"s, the W.ir as t'oi rviull nt dls- H nn In by offUK uf tfip hI- oerirn hi In t, d nirtt"iit TUP jn rval rorp. "luvWhl-!- " ,r JU-ht,- nialonVU r Is "'T'l li u7 s li de-i'l- al r -- t'-r- liquid mil ls molded Into rfiait. but mug-.mvl It Is sold to bo tpaM ouiwis ail to be a UtfibV 1"! apy di4nUun of fnuiv. Tiw War Dppjrtnipni oiU)ts swin to makp pu'1,. , lip Jie dUynpity. :iUpntnj;.i pf tlie Invls- Clio JfIli oetslanp In time qf w.ir Is re- Keep Your Eye on These Firms. R)vlri by army offlc- - as ilnrjalculi-blj(Wltih tjliji it iv. nttiii lal tl y The fpllqwing bun'nms Jlrms pfiOl'9 k.rtjhLli.ill inirtillli. county ane ngu'ir wckly Rdll'f'V, tluiit ti would b vlrtinlly Indls'luyulslfiblp atiln 'Dle ICspublluan and run tlxilr JJ H'1 S00 ririrh Issue qf frit, a iiwih nearer fllq.it to an wijtisjvnpnts In do well" an qnimyi asttlon than and our readers will alitor Pfpbably would ess.iy umlur tP' pmpnt krjlx? tjlielr i"i on itlifihe Jv THHs Invisibility oondltVoiw. arid the neis unn, as th,"y will always ,u thing to offpr you. TV Mlowlnr"9 una f a iiiuffc on .tfw kirroilane's ;r p rviu's; v itlip belief iof ft(cqrs, Iwoukl ,the lyuUT-tlia.ii-a- lr ntapUlne pne JM1K & (COMPANY. of Vw iivmI islleat and dvdly rniislnts CVWONfi COMPANY. ' IlOKNui4ATT,, of dqstruqtlpn, Ir'sldus Jiiaklng It fpr srsullng purpai"M. H. P. BARNES & UROTHKR. T(s;i tmrulcuits aipreclite jt'"1 f'x' trtq"' ! gj-.t- e. Ill n tn 4mi-d,- s I j. a. gui;nn, r clpvpne-iVp- C. M. RAUNUTT. iiinnnn .MArruHKws. Cflftirn'iU'P are two tihlttgs tiiftiJpnt,lngly u.t Wfuc, jpy and pllps. But RuekV-n'Airple 1 Sol-iwdU linisih piles In amy tarim. U thp ItflUltW. lrrltmtlan. In- aipn aubd,tii fl&mnvajtlon or awojllng. U gives 'pom. Tlifliie s Are Ever, at War. tirvisj' 1t far whi tv' fficf have ppyfthlns 1,0 pffr iu at a biri'h' pu can alwajis find Uifyn tlllas " tihrpnv?h tilp icolumiw pf 'Phe RrJiilleiii al J alwwys Hqid and fqre thp jiubllc, Vvr na"' Notice. - Cailt, laiat's plls, iscaUls, 2.-O- - le n ot Your pliuVp of 'aay $2(10 Hat ifpr $t.2. During pur CI r,wiQ9 Ssa'e. JlOSKNBUAT,T,S.' .' hunas, ,Joy. Qrfia,tient Jialpr ukeprs, outs, rulsps, of Sure "Some" Democrat. There ojre Wlnmdy lm u dpen or W elin d. r wq-gi- e o'kl-Jiv- n, rA'ed y qandldatps for Uip Denp;ratlc ftqttnuvi- tloq for Joillqr of Mln.tfr fjjn(tjy jwllh some pinqUKta yet to hAiir frpm. l)niOUh Burton, .one of th.e .aslranitis, la woiiw itfiyqty ilntp Uw (contest along onl3lnal lUvra. Op his aamrfiUii qirds, wjlijjcli s!iqw liliu In it,lne jyt qf Colling a 'tr.y, Mr. Burton ihjajs lull pitutpd tUip tollon,lug illiyi "I Mm a I(iiYira,t bred, CollpmiUiig wtudtini'p An1 a DpmqJinat ibprn, waqkj iIUs.s ReuUyi And 'When I am d'tvl llhei-e'- kLn, plmnles, pnuntlpns. "Dkl iqu huy al that wlt'i (W 6nly 23 cents' at all drusabjta. nintpt" was askpd t V torn?' f1(f' as he atujpipojl flrom the vlWagf) W Hartford College Notes. "Np; iy egg juousht U. V f V.tli'." " Mx, Rqoynb) KmlUi, Bh,11ij Run, enjUire t'na l.','x v ..rt ivfu. .11.1 rh..n. ..... m High 3qhpol 1fues,day. said, ahowln hflr ppccitinit upk. iThl MImj ,RpU Ham-- 11,111, Gosliii, w1 a 'as u oi,n : pleasppit , Isltlr (Wpdntisday. rh twill tin. 'Oroonrlea tw ,lw Normal . ... npxit iwk. Shoxv .. M,Ks Iqiptta Oipwdqr, HaitXoiid, piite Dry QomIs 1t 2. da a ivw pupil in Jj'io eUa'h b 8V:kis for Uw old ma s ub. Tlie ,uld-lni- tr tann pf Hai.tfl'iijl Col- Iftr tlw oUI man vugs ojnail Mqiiday, January yj. Niv Bai Ima hu.t fpr the diughier .. ,. & qlasnes iwpip fMriued in. bjth , RWijCalUp pcnpn S3phpjl and Nprmpl Departments. ,TIm 'Jhool book's fqr hilldmn Ihliilnf.u-ral- Eggs as Good as Money lit f- -- ; if Tlnro t .be a Jemocral xxn)8. tvt Cpleuman, iiiu,t,ilouUtpd Mltqs anl plalrKl Pawllisei Iart,lrt. 0ajnHi- - lat l Sqld 300 ' idpaen a I ees ... svJ!atSl. "" ' " ' fin. fc - xsjijujTUJi,L. sMsn m,mwijtumitlammmtmmmmX s.sifc H ..fciiMi.. .M.MJBLLLLLlsi.i.i.1.. isllllllHLHLHLIIVLIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII. 'V r 'Mr. B. 1 nrufir-U- , rofJlf) 3, il. off-- IWftfi How Is Your Chancel ptewuit niller ni tw cvm ycV"inlny. WARNED TO KEEP OUT OF MARKET vnUit Mr,. Uilfl Martin's city, tY.ate nthnr 'n Jia wpek. Dr. II. nppv!ntn Ualft!i o IKvitJi pf I I Ttcjuior, )en of 1 But Equity Men Disclaim Re ly Wio a miifoEir CJIrfo G liourd tf the IVwrjl 0' qjunty. jvjr iurd. CnJlcu durlnir p'lr CVeni'yuv:e sponsibility for Attempt, to Block Buyer. Marlon, Ky., Januiry 27. qn,Ue nhle excltcmont was iu.iirU.sid iliere rlittndiiy aftrmoon wIicti Dr. 1., 1. Moore, H,io trad Just bouirlit .ti'is cropa oi Curse InilppaniliMi, t'Atifro gwwy.Tf, was up- proaolifd by a miun wio aid o lilm lCiut:S' Uirit .he 'W)ifj a. nKifribw of tli Sjcly In ifiia iorin,ty, aiU ,wa ono o' 4 rnuffei3 arc30i'tiLU by tto iafl soclefy to wwlt upcvi tios ibujvirs wlio lrad tV trtnurUy o buy iTJiriJp.iili'nt, Rosenblatt's 1 OUR FIRST , Hopper Cottpn jvir yard sLsHf BBBBBBA mm LBBBBBBBLB .IlOSKNrH;ATT,,f. Ordor your nta.?izln?s and periodical! (nm J. Nay l'VlOr, Uiutfurd, Ky.. and not only 5av Jinniy but paironlM hump people. CatploffiKyj JeaJy for dl- trlbutlon. Itellable, enorfrsUc man t oils, Rn:.vfl and p)vlnt sll unties. Sa.Va.ty In Ov!o .and adjacuit or Cuuviilsilon. STBWJ.V Oil. CO., Cleveland, O. WANTED IjUtn'IcalbiK j ar ,unijvi'', tjbacm, p,nd flnt BC "mZ3m'J vVflWflBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBl 'HiiiiiiiiiiiiH f-- r. H rHHIH. VAbmwAbbI BBBBBBB VAV wAhV tAhB vAbbbbhb bbbbbh BBBBBBB B ' .Tfl Mmwmr YBBa sHam ft an.) they buy mo more t'jicoo. Dr. Moore aalUi IliX7ra,yl or printed bimlniTps ca..ds can be livl upon ahull fd Xp man xfvt. Ui lnb!Uud t r'ii- nttpe by giving; ypur order to Tlie tlnue buying- IiVsr pflo;nJiifnt mmj.f.rs of Jtfie ItapuMtpan, HanUotil, Ky. Triors and .hens staV'l to pr. .MortTj (df samples gilally furnished. there would 1? no IntiW.jreJn- - by tfielr Mr. ,IIotir, man7T of the salty with Jils oiie.rai'.lca,. T':y a!.o Hartford .Bottling WPiJvff, Ims Te.tju.-ilrspiullapeJ tine Btnr,?!nitnt nijfij iby t'ie eil from nivnplenre, .Ky., wiyjre he tn- lie was a nrxnbeir of any for the niin V1' sfliJIsJ Vio now 4iuu:IUnry amrnitffsn fox thp pirfoso sJjirpil, and bitAVj'S J'Hi(t Jf Mwsra. IMiMir & hod np l,item'Jon rraltoiTiod Oiat ti-- y SniliVi, vim liaio Tecen.Jy opcii'il of rrxmiinJiUlJiif any lie's of (vlo!,jrfo?, tr tj'ifwe. of fnUmlditljiff nny orw. .Str. D. U. Held, of irjute 1, Bfiv.-- r TIicto lias btrn a' fi3(- - Ivb tfnt on pipri-elate- d t'rcre wfuld jet be tipibf.s bq5T3 tJie Dam, pa'jl Tlv; UejAu!V.kaji call Situitliy. ami wnwprt !'' tolaco was all sold oril 4UiViqrcd. t,iMi In iUj ir.Iir. .He ilir h:w p an"'- was w?u.3'i aorllYir s'tntrj tilvs flirst Notice. a,ivl at oive biJiie u ti,(ikhol(Jer In t'.'o Your choice of any $2.00 Hat ,or $l..'.i bustni.K. During our ClOTranoj,8al. ty pa-ny- r Clearance SaJe! j 30 DAYS! OF EXTRAORDINARY PRICE REDUCTIONS. r ? IrUaj- - jnd' Sa,Vumlay for Flying Men Fall. convnwn soljool diploma. At Ford-vlll- e llvpr and kidney (there wpre nVnotieen anJ vrpnty victims to stomach, We have placed on sale our winter stock of clothJuat like othjar pepple, with like at UA(or Dam., ITlie exiainlusns luave you. We do not dre sure to ing at prices envtlnir Ow liacwirs M.niJ m)r neaults In loss of appetite, backache, ner N lbfUeJ'S, a heavy suit. So, following our carry-ove- r pusne(?, h,ea.ilaCh, and itlnsd, care to but few fallnrpa will feeling. But there's no need we have placed a price on them usual .custom, Say, Air. Iliw'ivs nran; do jiau ne-- d to fpel like ithat as T. X. Beablea.Henry. make vou anxious to dress yourself up. You can buy any pjrlnllrB Jonc7 IT jou do ltt us d3 Tem.. ipnoved. "Six bpt0,3s of Elqctjrlc any $15 suit for 7.08. Or a fine selection of our $15, It for yjju. AVe ui :rint y.our lqtter Bitters" he w.rl,tcs, "did mpre ft,o glvie $17, and $18 suits for $11.08. These low prices hold Ileivls Hnvctopcs, Bill IIefuW,Slatemcn;i', me new strpngitih and Kood aaPitlte .than UlWs, 'nyppwrlt'ion lrtVus, Sale TV.r' Fob. 10th. Call and see them and rememtrood all ptiicr stomaqh Jiempdlos I uspd." .30 Clroulara, etc., and print lUiwii ife!.t tliey help everybody. l,ts lolly to suffer A HOUSE PAYS TO ber at iPtO. Try us with yo,ur ne.t when tWs erat Temerty will .help you SAVES YOU MONEY. qrdnr. Call at 1'vs ngpublloain office. from tlip Xlrst dose. Try It. Only i Mrs. T. V. Jolnqr and faiilly iiavc cents at all druuggUts. mado arpjndsinenta for a rwllaias In Ma'lrwnvtUc, and will mo,e Uipie 1'Sxt Mr. Ticbenor for County Judge. week piuaii). J wo ot .m.,s. jjir.iii In tfils ,isua of our inapar will fce daughters lav poaltlons In thi jHn il founil tlifj anlnlulnc&mn,. pf Mr. L,. 11. ium tile J Ugh Sotwifrl. r;i pepipfrj of Tlohfnor for Oie positilqn pf JiU'lgB ot Ilarttord ,wlU Tcsfet very muoh to iloe tho OJito county Cloairt, subject to t'i, this catlniiibla (ainiilly, un.d wls!i th,em DemorJiTiitJjc prlma.ry eVlc'lW". Mir. (P- well .la Vielr rwv home. eno-is' a very popular Olp cauitty (boy ' bie,3n for a areat jnjany ijyioim con S. J. We.ld,'i. city, wdio for the linvlng lr. J.T.n,erlVjrtiir, ilty. Mr. t n!fJitl iwAUi IJie. j,miviloain Society Kt lmellll,l1fr past" six yeaip"lias" been a ousjy ,11b eMWJdi'inslv t'ie Bojjrd of Health pf OMo couini'.v Equity awl will Jiiak9 afi Mit. J. .B. K'?Vj .Ua twen rjjvl also strong iracp. cut J sMi"itfl.ry of tlw iB'Jrd atllXVY. J,A,VUA.UY 31. ibut .Is ImpimvJns. far wverul Oounity lUeriltJi Officer, int his Mr. Turner for Jailer. ? .Htivor 1)0 tlo State Bpjrd Pf Hetiltli Mr. W". C. U.Un.k,3nilp, of Tlw cppdldaoy af Mr. C. P. fnunn-(r- , pnUl 'IVmi lfpulillojtn w grt'Jimitf ait BovV':is Qnetn Mpndiy. Vp. Wedding Djfii, M. H. & E. Railroad Time Table call yest rtlay at Irnioon. reslani)l on al'jumt Pf X'Ullnig 'li3ta!lth-an- liajtflTiiil, for it'ip otBIco of jillar of 0'iio cpiunty, sivbjjwt .to ihe oV'tillpn of loss of time front liils (vuctlq3. ai nanio.u, ivy. v K u KaIt1,1 iVy,i us mquiar tlip Dirrpiriciilc jwiy at Uifs Oenartl Moaday- - 0paoint,Tf.-n- t Tlie llrvitford banket ball V(afn d'nure! tire iBajUst & Priniajry Ajugust 2, I'M, U .an.npunoqd. In I jt4 n. thne card etfectlre tfo l.lvci lawre ttckvn Piera Sunlay anl flurvtiy nWit. t'rJi'W criiunuis. nlH'H, tfp ffiXfi idling CI ,tp IS. a. m. JUr. Wiiynv Byidrs.' f Fi'Wl ilaitirl, wai No. 112 North Bound duo 7: lft. Mx. 'IVjtPiT w.3tl knrwn fflll qvsr fip (wvus cnno3e,l itqwn Tt'ie LlMrnio., dally except Sunday. a coillsr t this cftkv Mqndo,y, aivd PTumty ainil for nrany yaws Oibs bejen a : ttranK pnd kll,:l nV1J,l', mainly p. m. hts faltli In The IlnpubHani. promilnfort No. 114 North Bound duo 3:40 stork buye.r qt tjlie htjiiAv the slipwed the UfX of but 'Oiey dally excopt Sunday. Judge "V. II. .Uames Is able to re and In ft'iat iifa(niiljr aind by luitlnes splemdld training and tealm ,wprj tfiat m. an-Vlins trteiivlly courtjeey .lias jnutlp m;in nrnrtlriJ afrtr No. U5 South Bound duo 8:45 ft. sume 3j1s our .boys jliad, rwid lot Vw GPCI an dviys. dally exoopt Sunday. warm firleoii'ls. He ilnas alwuis workcvl flnosl ,t(0 Ills Aoo-i- i tnr pniinclpnlly, tljough Uiqy tirUil ttiat p m. fa- - thp mteirent ot thu Djinq3iB.tlc iwety No. 113 South Bound duo 1:46 AlUs MA'iile kyiow-i- i (Of FonUvlflJ, :wo liard to whi. , dally exoept Sunday. and will jniUje a atrpng rapj. Uitli!j li Utav-lim haa 1T H. E. MISCHKB Agt ie 3u,rliy Tha total pjtitoivd,uvce pf w:li, .rc'inrrvd 1ioma Jlimlay. cwt Mr. Daniel For Jailer. liools of Hartford, psiiipciped dC tlie Mr. J. V Wllvin. (o! I.pn!t. Jai finov El9.wv.hare ,ln tve ojunsis iwM .le onVjir tp .nd,' il" BpnMst, iMethpdlot, ClniMIaii wJ I'roJAdvlftVto I tainted In U. S. Carann pays cash .tor furs. A. bjitirjun s'icnOs, ,iM Sunday ainqaa1.. Hound .tiip annpunsoment of .Mr. Jo 'lnnlv:, slW" J"r- - I'48 I C',,ren Qllfioe of ed to 333 or a Utile 'aver onpHtjhiiid of Uinlel, of llantfand, toc Mr. iMAK.vln IUvn wiwi In IrtHvl'la Vw iKleln ipwWty iWonJ?, the total populailVw. of it'ne etwtre town. Jailer of Ohio Ponnty, aubiept ,to !:e tfils Mqrs. AvTr. .Hoijper and WUUam ThO( aqtlvly pngaigod in Sunday 3Aho?l aqtlpn of the General Brimairy. to be mll?r jjj., j. T. JajJoV'wis n pl?rv-anV. Dwjyy, of Yeaman, Grayson Oo. K; work hone to npt tonly kppp iu this flood held In OjWo oonity pn Saturday, Auga(t tfiAs atftce -, wilth ttwlr .siieivt ! atbMiidan.ee, but make a substantial In- - ust 2, 1913. was a "Victoria .Uirmard MV Jtev. iV. i3. WlieJlcr, of Bast Jlat,trqrd. Mr. Daniel Is wiell and favorably lanow orpae. t caller p,t .tlita ofiftee Widuedday. Swiul case.s of bwin aher,o Ja7! alt pveir this oounty. an1 ipnw ru'ii ol- - c- Tlvo Board of Sunwlhpip TnfOil of Mr. .W. S. Tnl?y oivl s,Htai;pox ipeported irnm (inany CMtlc"-one ri itlie most ivlgihly inspfictl famiDa,m, Jtpu(te ?: T. tUls .wfVlc. wr?re In luli-JUqr Olo oqbnty. but In exqli lustfiince B. ,F. Uen,dar, Beivwr twenty BTeait ilies In Olulo county. ,T. fKHr.i. S? rfHuW, the dl!aie Is In a very .mltd Jqrm. So H. Ben,ton, C?nU?(rtoiTi; W. thp JiUekamlt'i trad) Kldpr .AV." U. .WrtffHt. lie Jvts .followed AV." C. HV1tfpnl, Tallace. to a,r jvo oaaas huv btem avportol In" ur In till? eoiMiity, .but xrpx ycamp,i(llRd ItouXp 3, an,d A. F. MWklff. OW' SutifUy, around Hai',tford. give thajt trade UP a fe,w 4uon,ti"is, Itoup a, ropnviend last Mooulxy to art l on ORCpujnit of 111 Jioalth. (11,9 Wfl Vw beit Jiil-Mjaiw' avJlr,'--s, Mrs. Nawy Altond. itoWeir know;i as hear ,t,!ie. elldenqe against Jjlie Jiale near Olnfon, .but ollaw,ed ilils trado In off. "Aurt Nancy", wldpw of U'ira Utp i:"f of ilvls pr her P.rp,Plty. IMr. U. IJ. llOfiBNIMATTPS. Honn' Bnanph and has fpr mays ttns P. ,H. A15od, amJ .Jio Is iiviluuis far IxmrTJ-- , olarjc of tle Board, Is aV lre"'- - beep a Tesld,nt ot Hartford. ilausW-ji.WIMly tome h Ilar.trord with Sier vmd Miss Boi.nl will be In shIgi un,tu Vlsn aoia Cecil DiHlimi, q?llrarjd Jior Wt. Tlw - Mrs. . .K. makss ort t,V.u aftKitnpon. Mew' Shirts th . BIUi wrjre caUcra fct itUls ptfl Nwi- WS'.ty-Iou-itWrUiday ypsfeadAJ-duy. off. bucket Nisxt Krldu tt"ht ,t)n3 ' HOSENBLATOS. Ready to Grind Corn. Hisses awln al'JtiwrVt tXcr Hsnt agulnflt (Snaen-- biU tcfiinv- - wilt play tJietr pairpnta near qro.uBundny wJ.Ui pelved a rtsw com mill Pay-a- l Jua,t I have ' Marriage License. lw vllle, p,t llp.rtfprd. W1411.. g. aonw pf .(0v9 atroner.Tiit Bjiiiips fo" and am npw preoaned to do yoiy erinJ-InUsnfroiW, awl Ethal .Bvamsv,Ui, Knad .K,'fls,nefir, iir. TBimiAB.e Southu.rU at Olvp me a call. this In WiMtwip ,. Phanrls, WltB Hup- .Vomer arcaAiurA visWng relatnicfl tad.. Is JEFF WATTEBSON, Us Blacksmith. siQAon. but our ibojw iprwnlsa .Vk SVin"' and Kiatfc p'lprt. MoHanry. Gus Ilantford, Ky. Dafa. will ba lipUy ont,QV (UjinrVKk. t'.H! MMH 'wvTe ItarUKjiri lawt Tlyire foiy-Am- o applicants at nOSBNUljA.Tr-,S- . COMMENCING that interest tlnlll that n SAT., FEB. 1 ENDING 1 until that IT THAT TRADE WITH SAT., MAR. 1 TVe 1 r Hartford Republican. : d,i, Itvlll irrtlff-niV.i- are going to further impress ourselves on you and to make our X first year Jn your community profitable one to you, in following our early principle of never carrying over any merchandise if price will move it. We are giving you !' foi-t'i- 1 this our first CLEARANCE SALE and will demonstrate the enormous saving we are going to make lor you. Do not let this opportuaity slip by, for the cut in price will mean much to you. Every item in , the house will be- reduced to make this an event to be looked forward to each end of the season. Come - t I 'ra te Tilur. T"tty ImnHhar-lnlaiV.- w , rjep-rc- Jt 3 in and look over the exceptionally low figures we. are putting on seasonable goods. H Orei-nrp- Jvr Kijn-tuck- v. I', Tuylftr, city. w,tti b u ,ww scaVter Willing To Help. Hoard pf Ileulth of O'llo r of Ui ' n.a quite "Spime : tun'B cojnty. .was In Rookpoiit Tuesday ,to con- away." Utr. B. U. iSurositor, oi JlwitX'. ter Wltih jfthyslcWw at jtfiat Iplaioe one, m lrol I dpent a tow daT tfl w.wk w.h )H tlie mallpoN slttntVn n id'rit S'va: "Only tell tycire. TiMmUjr vicinity. lie wiaa "t tp Ilpckipplt bv will pla'yj.lt w(iynsneat (pHuume, hiiir-nv' County Jpdise WVxVllrw, w10 Baffl JhU:k'4iia4 piic1iawl a UirtCrom p.? 'i9 Haird of Upalth. nrar BeAvex la,ni, oon- -' rublic Sale. StknKil , iklftirVojl 12.20 On Monday, live 3d day of VVpnuary. Mr. A. M. d"owAttt-- pf Ywrnam. K."., Ivaa W. S. Willie", 1913, about oae p'cloek, p. ini., I will pffjr of Mm. S. O71O9OW01. Pf Bavwr DfW. for Pltwipal of TWylr pf Hlit JljWTtfloi'J. itook one hpn iirJ for sale at Uf Court lpus? loar In brn MiVrl ito the nuhlk) nutvtlon by 4n tlw trf nrui,nk,3t x.?iyy, and' ono Mlnn iVfucwl ftlv'sftr. was pf unui'u.1 !?;, Ulr ahp'U ii'vj hlffhfpt Al hest bidOer, t'rro woik lu.fivliie'vFrtKly Hora'l wid UVie T,!vt twh size of a epui'tJ ejjg. 'Wiiey w?3 sold to horwyi. Qivi wupn and KW, Pie rtfo HArtitond .lUip.ubUra,n, piw or V IW' Mr.OV, T. lio.uiwr at tfiu,t tulips anjl drlil, mil ail I xiVmvi and pttjr Aitmilni; flor 11.35. Send all wjli fto v.l& biukfi, t.e lviM !PSK Vie tmplpmeivta too numeiioop to publftcfin. ilHrtford. Ky. Torens of jwle, 3 Bud under, oaih. All d?N' l ouHn, faunl ,Wip w.'iito an uiuiij, mi, nsuitha 1'hlllVWi "1l(,a '"" - WlUI t,wViltJ Aimttad p: tite yrtllojv wufi a sums ovwr J on twelve nwntiliw Tliki..i , -- V,,l. with apnrpvl security, ani.ha.jl n. AUBKIIT .UIAJj. flit airs. KHfltooJ WixrtJ. 3 Jfci.rt-tor- d. r i. Dpl t!U office Sat-tmda- y. Dr. J. ivi mw lr(wln and Oa KcjhpLs. caj-J-- Iwuwvllle Frank CSancfillpr, Hprae 3runpli.) SV-iis, anfl Elsie g, 1. 8lmw, ,r4srfOi, Foixlvllle. APji iMaa pns, Watch for The Big White Bills. vi iW Important to Fhonograph Owners. has psrniltUd all Mr. Edlon to make a reduction pn 2 and n tndqflnl'e inn'oiil for 4 minute period, I will recVtKW t'w 2s to 21o onl lil,Usr hurry and tlie 4's to 31e. You toy In a supply, as you may rorjr iay tltls fthancp again. TIip old price wa iic for 2,'s and W for Va. I tmv a bl stock tp pick from. Sti J. Q- T,VPBAN, : xne ivciuiuau 4tcvpvof. !A U.TQtlVr-ln-Tia(- Iv. dpaieira Ilai-tXur- d JV-s- Jd Rosenbla lit o ZZ -.l wntjmrty A 0nl - .t iiiiihiimm.hiu mim!l.jmi'jrif!rifiuiii mi "" ' HAD i THE CHILDREN GUESSING OECi I t V V J The pimpernel la n simple, sweet little flower that grows widely, but- - It Repairing and Dye .Tnlm ItnnRnn mm liurrlpdlv frmn thn would seem prnctlcnlly unknown to ' ing public school children of ChlcnRO. breakfast table and plunged for his the This, at least, was the conclusion hat; then he plunged for' his wife. Ladies work given dearest," ho said, clnsping forced upon a certain teacher nftor "Good-by- , her ns tightly ns ho could, considering COLD STORAGE EGG INDUSTRY that he wns holding a derby and a bag Rl Hats Cleaned and rtpflnltlnn. Thn lino wns: "As tho full of office papers. "1 must cr.4ch 4' (Infallible Rule Is for Farmer to Mar-- pimpcrnoi dozed on the lea," and hero that S:27." Repaired. Law "Good-by- , John," said Mary rtentou,' S ket Product as Soon as Possible are some of tho answers received, In Work called for and i After Laid. addition to thoso defining tho pimper- kissing him fondly. "I do wish you ' i nel as "a frog," a "a smnll deer," "a didn't have to hurry away to that old ) (By M. M. HASTINGS.) , dragon fly" and "a small shrub ltko office," she milled, pouting. Club $1.00 "It won't bo for long," said her hus- The cold storafee egg Industry Is a prlckley pear." bevelopment of the last twenty-fiv"The word pimpernel calls up to my band. "If our great new advertising ' years. Undoubtedly tho Industry ns tninii tho Imncn of n nanwored cur. scheme goes through we'll flood the n whole has been of great benefit to ., . worthless brute who spends country with notices of our new Hartford Pressing BlUb. "both egg producer and egg consumer, mogt of h,a t,me d0Zng a tho sun-en- d cnt. Everybody will rend them, my own idea. Can't stop to tell has tended toward the leveling of nine k x r ru iwi And, with n hurried ' j jibe price of eggs throughout the year T10 p(mpcrnei Beems to mo a small now. Good-by.' t and has resulted In a large increase In ,o.Mln- - on onl It hns short. final kiss, he was through the door ( HAllTtFORD, KY. i the fall and winter consumption. This ; rounded ears and bright, bendllko and hastening toward the station. Mary sighed a little then smiled. larger total demand and a eyes. As I Imagine it, the pimpernel means a I). S. Chamberlain, Hrtford, Tuesday consequent Increase In price. half asleep on the grnss near She and John had been married only i ' Owing to the fact that eggs are Is lying utter vfd MoiuUy In Muicli,Tueiluy utthe shore of a lake, ready to slip Into six months and they were T.cry fond of ter 3rd Muinluy In June, Tuesilyv ufter each other. spoiled by hard freezing, they must be the water at the slightest sound." 3ril HonUay tn SeMeinber, Tuesday uftr YANCYL.MOSLEY, 3rd Moniluy In She put away the breakfast things: Jtept at a higher temperature than "A pimpernel seems to me a tramp o. i:. eolt, Cromivell, WedneJay after Temperatures of or gypsy. He lies on the bank In the then, still smiling nt the thought of her ' meat and butter. ord Moniluy In Mulch, ufter Sril Moniluy In June, S'etlnesduy after from 29 to 32 degrees Fahrenheit are sun with an old battered hat drawn husband's haste, she went Into the lit-- ' 3rd Monday In Selitembcr, Wednesday j tic room in which ho worked at nights used In cold storage of eggs. At such over his face." . HARTFORD, - KY. after 3rd Monduy In temperatures the eggs, If kept in moist John JI. Miles, Itockrort, Krliluy after "I do not know what tho word upon the new advertising plan. A i Will iractlca his profession In alt th 3rd Moniluy In March, l'rlduy ufter air, become moldy or musty. To pre- means, but It Instantly suggests to me piece of paper lny In one corner; It 3rd Moniluy In June, l'rlduy jtlter 3rd Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties s W. H.&J.F. GILLESPIE stor- a small lizard covered with pimples had evidently fluttered out of his desk Monday In SiMiinber, l'rlduy ulttr 3rd and In the Court of Appeals. Also Nosent this, the air in a Monday In Lvicinber. She age room is kept moderately dry, or warts. The Imago flashed upon my and fallen there, unnoticed. Proprietors '. Juckvon. CentertoiMi, Saturday tary Public. Offlcs over First National which shrinks the eggs, though much mind as soon as the word was spoken picked It up and, glancing nt It, felt ' alter 3rd .Monday In Mun.li. Saturday it Bank. slowly than would occur with-pu- t and Is still vivid and distinct. Al- her heart throb painfully. She could ter 3rd Monday In June, fcatunlay utter more -- rd Monday In September, storage. The growth of bacteria though I never heard the word before, hardly read the words that danced ter 3rd Monduy In December.ttlurlluy afIn cold storage Is practically prevent- 1 seem always to have known It and before her eyes. VooK Itenrrow, Tiibcday nftei Monduy In Mun.li, TumJuv ufter It wns a love letter, and it began: ed. If bacteria are in the eggs when to attach this meaning to It. I am LACKSMITHING i'y. 'Tuesday nfte Jr.. Mon.?"' AUBiisj, Tuesday' utter 2nd confident that this Is the true "My dearest, sweetest Jack." It wr , .'" i" evidently that the writer Jioniluy In typewritten ember. meaning." , discovery-aftip"!?- - b',"u,tr1. Olaton. Wednesday All of which would seem to prove might remain immune against Monday In March. County Ohio that the Juvenile Imagination, given Worst a.tl" :"J Monduy In May AND REPAIR WORK after 3rd HARTFORD, KY. of all, it was headed 2247 free relni can make strange work of Uedne.duy ufter Ind Monday In .Notem- Monduy In street her husband's business almost any given thought or idea. All Matters Given Prompt Atten' :ndrai7,,..!:g.,la,jL' address. ;?.r'1".11.TMir m j.,.1 -- .'.r.'.' ".' Mary Benton had the quick temper "'i". .'iiurs.iuy ufter tion. PENSION AFFIDAVITS .imti.jr m .May. Tliurstlnv ufinr ay n BLACK LETTERS AND WHITE which accompanies many lovable na-- ' 5S Monday In Thursday ufter SPECIALTY. November. flung the letter into a cortures. She .ly utter Monduy f.!"'?.'. J1."1"1'' l'rlduy ne r 2nd Murch. Former Can Be Read at a Greater ner and packed her bag. She was de- j aid Monday In Muy, Friday termined to go home to her mother. Than the Latter, Is day in AUKustrKrlday unLV 3rd Mon- Distance d Mon- lay In Novwnber. Then at last she composed herself, t Experts. Judgment of dabbed some cologne upon her eyes, HAItTKOIlD rOLICE COUIIT. AND There is a tendency on the part of put the letter In her bag and started LUNC8 c M. Crowe. Judt-e-: John It u'li.n .Egg Room In a Large Eastern Cold- - railroads to adopt signs with white let- - j down town. She would be very quiet" City Attormy; J. 1'. Storage Plant. ters. on a black background, not realiz and very calm and give the woman no Court lonvims texoud t5tens. Maralml. .Monday In ouch luontli WITH ing that the black letter on n whlto occasion to triumph over her. She stored, the growth will be checked, background is easier to read and can "'I". Williams. .."!,!" ' i activity will begin again when the hp Rppn at a creater distance. This but , urw Mcinbirs of CouiicII-I.Iu- .m ii- -.. eggs are warmed up. U'Ur J- - J'. J. follows in an interesting way from I'. Moorv. lr.j CiK.,H.r. W. J. Speaking generally, the Uu . the eye. , structure of the retina of nuii iiprriu,tit,H.Jr- - :M- - """-- . .. e"lrPRICE egg, while not unwholesome, is in- the S:ttIr-.,Jb-r of a letter at the Tho MV. a v. i cr FDR ROUGHS K1.ir,0,r:Sf"-!;v. w.. ferior in flavor and strength of white limit ofimpression TtM Bottle Fret vision is'recelved on the ends OLDS Lowe. vm .rS egg egg. The to a fresh AND AU THROAT AND LUNGTROUBLES a small bundle of nerves which con-KELiaiOUS SEIIVICES. ,can be very nearly duplicated in gross of to tho brain a sort of mosaic Im- vey GUARANTEED SATI8FACT0BT1 appearance and quality by allowing presslon. A nerve can only transmit I M. E. Church Soutli-Servmonrlnjr OB MONEY BEPUNDED. jegse to stand for three or four weeks to the brain Information as to whether day In each month. Sunday School S:U eggs, dry room. in a a. m. every Wedncs-'I'u- y or not a ray of light is falling upon It, .vrhen in case lots, can be told by tho eynlnjf. 1UV. T. V. Zf W KXICKE-- SEEDS SUCCEED I and when a nerve is partly In the light shrink--.ag- ! c"cry'Undy mofnl1, candler because of the uniform SPECIAL OFFER-nK and uvenlnif. partly in darkness the sensation i Sunday School the presence of mold on cracked andthe same as though all of it was i is oar ptnasscnt cuitomtr. W ' sw insss you 1 and perhaps, the occasional in the light. (eggs, vry siSfiV S? Vr'rc!lSerk:', p. in. fourth presence of certain kinds of spot rots llU)BnitTiis.ti)lnlUMu..tMTMl. KS&fcS' It follows, therefore, that all nerves ; Ipecullar to storage stock; but the Mj ool,S:0 a. in. fcldor v. u. WrlJl.t I on the dividing edge between any I Ot'ABATEC Tl PlJiAkE. !& I e J detection of a single Mention this Paper. t ViKaXWrtte ; ' Church-Servlfirst Sunday In egg by candling is, so far as black and white area transmit the I I Jvfl'll . Q . ll tTsrisBrapBrBP-r'-'Br-I) of light so that all white lines ...nnnnnnn ) I i rtbe writer knows, impossible. appear wider and all I J SEND 10 CENTS With the present prevailing custom and white areas black areas appear ocCItET SOCIETIES. '"jftSfsr J )( I loiwtj.u4JrMll4M"i'lsUslssi t'( M Succeed when evcrytbing else falls. storage black lines and pmIbsU. w.U..r Uv nt tot fall eggs without &Bfi?P, T V .BMHllH lial m eolWctlon M I In nervous prostration and female B.lir.l iwa .S FU.t UmIi, m llarttord I.olKe No. 175, K. & A. M . fR'ikKJ HIUfllM 'I I m lK.lr.rtlT.. iu liwt wMin d imh ruau. u. M meets Ifacilltles. it is frequently true that narrower than they really are il aHIAIIHIIHl uii sii i weaknesses they nre the supreme A first and third Monday nlKht In OmIHILbII I3W BUCKItC STRUT Black letters grow thinner at the I each month. Owen Hunter, jeggs placed in cold storage in April DBCMM, remedy, as thousands have testified. D M.. u aocuoiLa.iILJ I. WllllflP' "! liH.W. and are still recotfniz-able- , Secretary. are superior to current fall and early limit of visionthe same distance white Keystonu Clmiitcr No. lift, it. a. M. FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND while at eggs are winter receipts. meets oery third Saturday nlKtit In STOMACH TROUBLE letters grow thicker and cannot be disV?.C,L '".'.'."l,i- - Jo!'" T Mooio lIlBh 1'rlest; .usually sold wholesale as . S. Ilmtley, Secrotaiy. it is the bebt medicine ever sold goods, but are retailed simply as tinguished. There are circumstances over a druggist's counter. Uurtford CliaPl.T No. SI. O. 1? when It Is necessary to use white let-- ' -- eggs." meets ktcond und fouith Monday even-- i N!?!yt'TP V W. M. Miss eggs offered to the con- ters, but In such casis legibility will ?&WJZPms'S The fall ' A"ueoii, U.lzzle Miller Secntary. they are made sumer cover every imaginable varia- be improved if strongly lighted. with a She Was Determined to Go Home to I No. 110, KnleMts of .K" ""cr Muck thin stroke and THE l'Mhl.is. niiets e,ry tion in quality, and tho poorest ones Her Mother. ibB are more distinct if made with letters V SEWING Nuy sold may or may not be a heavy stroke. Scientific American. would request a few moments of John's A. HBKn MACHINE Etock. am S3, K. O. T. Jf. iiuniuiu icni time, would walk In, lay down the let,ThiVC.,5:,nf.,ut. um'. ,,,lnl Thursday Occasional articles have been printOF Very Serious Coiinimnilcr, U l'. ter, ask him If he had anything to say, ed calling attention to tho fact that 1'oictnan, Iticoid lvecix.r. QUALITY. Supports Kavalla. Tobacco WW go homo. .. i n, MlllMhlnn lllii. V.1 j' and then m It la a vcty ccrioua matter to or.k i men were reaping the A historian, writing less than fifty meets mury first anil th'lid Vildny nil-li-t It was nearly eleven o'clock boforo for ona medislus and have the profits which rightfully belonged years ago, speaks of Kaalla, tho Navast n eaili month. Alt. car reached Andover,1 wrong ono c'S3 yu Comina.idtr; Mrs. l.ula AnUletoi "ll dy to the farmer, and advising the farmer ples or Xeapolls of Macedonia, as 'a the Ff ,n'9 NOT street. She might have taken tho -- bo reason wo urce you in buying to ukb io u.u io ecu ma village." When 1 v!s Aciuu l.o.U'u No. 3X), f. n r 8nlan TurUlsll ....- SOLD SCCol.il ..V.. """" I LIMl fiiirll. house or to preserve them uy otner ; ,te(, ,t ,n tho ear,y dayB of 1912( saya train. Hut she wanted to spin out the IVI.l.,, be careful to get the genuine UNDER e.uhI. month. .V. . Wnl A.', v, ?.' .:.'", means. As a matter of fact, the cold a wr,tcr ,n the chr,rtIan Herald, i journey as long as possible. I, IU .IIUIIM ANY She got down from tho car anil enTMEDFORDi? jB --- Mt etorage of eggs has not of lato years foun(J ,t n lhrlvIng cltv tho B(?cond rf I in. . i.!0.. rr.""' S"- - ,lM ''"I'- - Or'1" ItJ OTHER been particularly prontable, there hav- Ben,10rt ,n Macedonia, beautifully sihi-in- tered tho dreary olllco building, high NAME. up on tho seventh Hoor of which been severe losses during beveral ate(, around Ul0 IUUq bay that fonna quarters. Sho itetordr'" '" A ,:' KUo' w"' ut eeasons. Even were the profits of egg ,ts hnPnn, , ...,, Wvcr ledlclne nn nnf, .,,, ,, ., ... ., John had his business uurtford Camp, W. O. storing many timc3 greater than they citadel crowned with a Turkish fort- had never been thorn since their marNo. M WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. mill lourth u uuriluy LxiX? iiury l00"1"1 riage. She knew that ho had a bookThe reputation cf this old, reliaare. the above advlco would still bn ress. uich month. CoiimiI Cummiui. HOMi: you will i If you purdmc ble medicine, for constipation, inkeeper, a stenographer and nn ofllco Ii.ivo ji Ilfo :ihs, t nt theJi:V you pay, and will VVullnci?""15' wi,Ub," unwise, for the stoi ing. removing and AV. C. tlio prloo The narrow streets aro cleaner than digestion and liver trouble, is firmtelling of tho farmer's individual case most Turkish cities can boast, and hoy. When sho went In sho saw tho nut have nnindlrsH chain of repairs. iiesion .Monon I'ont No. A, a. A. It. ly established. It docs not imitate "HBtliiSi, Satuiiluy heforo ii?I of eggs would eat up all possible there are really fine and Imposing same olllco boy and bookkeeper; but ""'" other medicines. It is better than flrit .Monduy n ni.mii. thero was a now stenographer. profit. rnul Mill- - f...... Quality others, or it would not bo the fabuildings. These aro mostly tobacco """iiiui'uerj j, ii, Hovers, iu "Why, Mary!" John was at the door, When eggs in the hands of large warehouse?, or belong to tobacco mag- vorite liver powdsr, with a larger Considered ,.$'":'!"' ."V15 Cruvo, Woodmen of thn puzzled expres looking at her with a operators are properly preserved In nates, solo than all others combined. for this weed must at least be .V'I,VV' ",eela cvpry fciioud her hands. r.suitlj iuimlav iifturnoon In each n uud cold storage tho best and moHt effl. SOLD E; TOWN F2 it U the ent f'0";. Ho t Mrs. II. i:. Mi,...i,i.. i......ii.:.Tr'."V V.. dear?" cent methods known are in reality at erU . l'llfllttf fltl fl... wh,ch , tw , zrzz t0. ,, help f' tears. "Send Cheapest could ', Ilpcauso of tho r. the farmer's service. Sutvililne IHvo No. 42, U O. T. Jr.. that woman away," she said In a fal- severe competition that prevails In t rf Qf Macmlonla. lutxls every flrit and UUrd KrtiUy nl?l t in the end terlng voice, and tho stenographer egg storing, the farmer is paid all tho In icli month. Mrs. A!,tja Grircin, ' withdrew softly, smiling a llttlo. Sho increase In price wh ch the business to buy. t Laly Comiiiundnr; Mr. 11. U. Mlsulik-- , had seen men's wives go to their hus-- t Ladies! Save Moaey end Keep ia4 "i "IJlf- tC'TZiS ?.t,,h.8.Um: huge Ronuin aqueduct, whose magni- - bands' offices before Mary Uenton If you wuutnhowliitfjiinclilno, wrlto for Luly llocord Keeper, 2 Style by Reading AIcCuTs years before HoiiKh ltlvr Ijlso No. 110, Knlshts prices before days of cold storage will flcent arches until two water to tho entered, put down her bag and, stand-- j our lntul catalogue before you jiurclmK.'. my visit had brought Magazine and Using McCall Patterns Ing liko n recording angel, flung down The New Home Sewing Machine Co, Orage, Mass, of I'ytlilas, eubstantlate tho truth, of thlst state- modern cky. ovcVy Tuiwday uUjht. s tho letter silently. John Benton read ment. KcCtU'iMtcatissnlll . I.. Twor. O. i C, J. Ney r,oter. K. lli'lp J( U llll'll tl- MXALIS MAGAZINE It and suddenly began to laugh uproar- of II. & B. I 1.1 ul a imtlernin lousiy. False Sore Throat. ci.i'MKJ liy koctilnif $50.00 TO $100.00 A MONTH Use Charcoal Freely. i ' oi postoil vli tlio "Joh". wl,at do you mean? Can you For your time Experience not needIf you come homo after a hard day's Charcoal should be freely used In I A. S. of E. I'U fllhli I OtIS ed. Want jn uctho man In this locality. i lollies uud lion. U 4ho poultry yard. Pounded fine and work with a raw, rasping feeling In . offer nny oxcuso at all? What is it? To Intioduce us to your friends. We pay Now l'a:llo!l He j Joll "enton read solomnly: National Officers; mixed with the soft feed fed to the your throat, which becomes qulto largest cash bcncllts when sick. Injured, In rnih issue. Aly " J'fMlijMi- t- M. F. Sharp. Narrows, Ky. dearest, sweetest Jack When and at death, for smallest costt liiulii itfoiiniiiti. 'fowls! It cleanses the system of im- painful, do not be deceived into be Vice rresldent J. M. Woods. offer to flint d It-- ' and I'll fit l.oi:iP Secrotary-Tuasurcr-upon tho blood it HevItiK that you are coniractlne a si.ro ro 'ou BlnB lQ lnK0 mo oul l0 Uln' purities. As it acts t). Kump, Only ' M'liul luuui'M, this place. Write quick for fnim Ind. throat, and accordingly tnke medicine ncr again, as you did on tho 29tb, purtlculjm. ( .i! n year Including acts upon tho life of the fowl. When Statu Offlcrs: sweetheart? I miss you every hour of a iwilPin. tiiili- 11. M, I'roman, Carroll county, Pros. ;the blood Is thick 'and clotty, a dull, for this affection. The throat will oft833. Covlntfton. Ky. n r.l o loiljy or Halroff, tho THE 1. T. llanvtt, Henderson county Vice ,elck chicken will soon follow. Thin en become dry nnd painful from great tho day moro than I misscutting your tor fico rjaipla co:y. rresldent. patent scissors for j S. U. Itobertson. McT.rnn rnnnfv. On,. Wood means vigorous circulation, and fatigue, or from neglect to eat at the now your HcC!l fillcrai i!li'inlilor(iitor;?ltol!i own hair. Whon I seo my brother's 'M onuliDiiio nliliy uf.oiMi nunilo i liilniiLfiir Treas. n a good circulation of blood, health proper time. If tho subject will drink n P nnAMi. tnVn soursolf and lul'lf 'i w lci will orct'em. A....... ..... Halroff I think of your own dark, luscup of hot water, or tako a In etyloundm largely depends. If your fowls lack a Organizer. 1J 1'ni n.iiio i'jUuu uiologuo. , of cocoanut or olive oil, and trous locks. I " i c ins Suiul fur C. C. Allen, irenry county, and Lat-tl- .i (activity, they need something to stir Y Will Cn "Oh, pshaw!" said John, throwing Giavts, Allen county, At&Utant state 'a r rrenH f r P'tllni sub-- ' PREPARED tho blood out of its sluggishness. It thereafter Ho down and relax for fifI orKanlzers. Kllllimu cniiii'iiu' 1 jiirlheiuN. Hml rurficu down. "That's a rroi.ilum jMlugua und lit h I'rUJ Ui'.'cr. Hoard of Directors. Hen Watson, WarIs best to keep tho charcoal In a dry teen or twenty minutes, tho feeling the letter Mary; we're flooding ren county. C. M. Harnoft, Ohio coun-ty- ; TUE IWll C0:rA.M, 229 In 24'J Kill 3a a. rcvnoK place, and when needed, grind or will, most likely, disappear. The sub- the country with them. Evorybody To do any kind of VeterinaA. II. Urooks, Urucken rouuty; It. M 1. Kay, Hardin county, und J, F. Doss. .pound Eomo fine and mix with soft ject should, under theso circum- will ry work. Horses, mules and them and want a pair. Look read stances, cat an easily dlgesttblo dinMuhleiilxiB county. lood. Ohio Couirty Officers: ner with llttlo meat, and no acldsi of at those stacks of lotters up thero, cows i.'tti 'tdie for want of 8. U StevciiH, Pes., Heaver Pam.Ky, dearest they'ro all tho saino letter, any klud. Calls answered Henry Plrtle. Seo. Hartford. Ky. attention. Turkey Growing. j BOOKKEEPING all those thousands of them. And you D. Ford, Treas., Hartford. Ky. Buslnew.Phonography day or night. Turkey growers in middle Tennethought you really thought" COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION. TYPEWRITING and ssee report a very poor crop this sea-,oAn Outrage. nut Mary was pabt thinking now; Henry Leach. Chairman. Hartford.Ky. Not 20 per cent, of tho poultry TELEGRAPHY "What's Mrs. Wombat abusing tho she was In his arms, and hor tears 1. L. 13. Tlcheiior, Ilartfoid, It. F, D. Veterinary Surgeon wuioTnrniim IIUSINESSCQLIEQE latched wero raised, owing to tho government for now?" w'ero thoso of relief, happiness and huNo, D. fc K. C. Hartford, Reynolds. Ky. cold while the poults . "Seems they wouldn't let her send a miliation. - Ky. Z. M. B. Patterson, Olaton, Ky. were very young. All told, there will gallon of Ice cream by parcels poat," (Copyrltj-ht- . 1912, by W. CL Chapman.) s 4. U. U Alford,vWhlt8 linn, Ky. scarcely half an average crop. I. Itlchard Plumer, Taylor Mlnet,Ky, i EH e first-clas- i Chicago Youngsters Floundered Bad- ly When Asked to Describe One ' of the Simplest Flowers. NOT A LOVE LETTER! HAVE YOUR SUITS ! Directory Counts' Chlo j BY GEORGE MUNSON. Cleaned Pressed neatly done. 5ffidU"i T .iTS special attention. delivered. month. rate per jKjj , it 1 P. Wrkliead, Judge: Circuit Court-- T. Hen L. IlliiEO, Attorney, W. P. Mldklff. 'Jailer; V. Q. HnrrnM, Clerk; V. L,. llx, Master Commlsluner; II, Y. Collins, Trumv- Jury Vimd: T. It. lllnck, Slier-- i HA.KTKOIID, ICY. Kcown, O. Iff, Hartford. Liuitl(-S- . in Uili IkMMir I'uw; U. P. Joins, lumto 6, Hurt Will praotlco 1i!b prorVwlon 'ford, W. 1. Iiirp, lioilne. Court and adjoining counties. Commercial loiuUi in February and con and Criminal Practice a Specialty. Unites tl.nu WiKs, Until .MiiflAy III A rll, ilomliiy In "October Itwo wtiUs third cKs. two 11. Weildlwj, JuiIko! County Court.-- ll. W. S. TIn.ley. CUrk. C. U. Smith. At- torney, Hartford. Court comtnea fllSt I Monday In each month, HARTFORD, KY. (Jjarteriy Quarterly Court Iteslns on j Itlie fouitli Monday In 1'ibiuary, May,' Mrrs. V. 11. U.invtJ mid U, li August mill November. a Couit of Claims Convenes first Tues- Sml.h a'.iiiounoe tliat Uiy luvo form-irUKTAli!,p far tlio e'Mt'al pr.tc-Uc- c day In January and first Tuesday In October. of Uv, oxc ijit criminal and dlvor S. Movdey. cia-.- , Other County Offtceri-- C. Mr. Kmltli btvlng County Attx)r-iK-- y j Surveyor, It. 1". D. lordsxllle, Ky la proventod frutn pntcblcltig euch No. 2; llernurd Vellx ,Asstssor, Hartford, Ky It. 1. U. No. :; lUury Leach, cctss. Jlr. TWiiis Willi litallvldually Offlow in Hartforil; Dr. A. Lt. aocojt Midi practice Uliey, Cotoner, HurtforJ. HnrLford Kcpubllcon building, lLart- JUSTICES' COURTS. tord, K- -, Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law ion-'ven- fit I Do mOO , Attorneys at OIIllLn I i I -- ! GILLESPIE BROS. -- Attorney at Law Deci-iuber- i -- ly .".f" B J. NEY FOSTER Notary Public An-dov- wM"y Horseshoeing a Specialty. lu"t. KILLthe COUGH CURE the -. t I cold-storag- e Hartford, - Ky. . Dr. King's New Discovery cold-storag- e 1 lcts Cold-storag- e e, fV?ol "T"! ' S H vv, ,' f sen-satio- n J $ V to-da- y; cca ") L?:?$U L'a'L HIB -I- Electric Bitters L- - K J vJnS A Cold-storag- e cold-storag- e ! I cold-storag- e 'IsPvAM H I I i i cold-storag- e IIIm H I bhh ("J' l0ilt -1.- slow-movin- g uu - g unsuir llllllil -i- -- - mm m urn ,, ,,. J'rJ .8f J5 m-t- , 111 e, , Cash-Ilon- 'o " table-spoonf- ul I lii'ln-rUiul- M Iri-- o C W. H. RILEY Uurtford, ft "jJHi., . , & - - TiMsVnW .J- - &tNm&V'JnQjwnWJ1 r WILL PUNISHMENT PRESENT DAY EMANCIPATION The Drudgery of Farm Life Tiling ol tiie Past, THE 'BOYS 4msBww Hi '"it X' I n CASTORIA ii'ul".iiJ11 rs BE EVERLASTING? For Infants and Children. Sins of Ignorance Will be Forgiven, but All Wilful Sins Will Be Punisiied, According fo a The' Kind You Have AU'oiiutiS pint ui:.vr' Always Bought Pastor Russell. KEEP AT HOME, doctor tcheii perhaps, tho tronMe d amruint o much. Finally she thinks o Sense Medioal Adviser, by f i''er v.ive ho, The ' that rrtedlsfil book th- - .'iin, n . . J i,.. v,... it tho matter vvitli R. V. Pierce, AI. i). -e sayj " an J it's to 'one tlu halo dear." Tno million households In this country be mil for only 31c. in stamps I, WO pacs In jplcndid cloth bimlinj?, A gooj v ckm '!: r ;x. This :i uhat family nd !sr .i an oirurrfuitf'. !.:.!-- write Dr. I'iercc in repect to his " Favorite Prescription, " a remedy which hw ra?dr thousands of melancholy and mteer.ihio wcnicn cheerful and happy, by curing the painful womanly diseases whielt undermine a woman's health end ttrenjth. "Mvdivilrn la to writ n fp lines to let mil knnwwIsJS Ium irt. voir villi ihlo moilleinn 3.SI S.done, for Tn" tnt J lento Inn .Street, Iiultinior, iAiVUKxr Zwiiitiiir. of tltprtfirckcaTr.otooiirhoiisnl wasn vry sick ?ll. 'ISr-fn- r viiii'yinTnt ilvit'r wim U wosi;. Toinnn, K:.n ana vdiMi mndo mo ,i d'tTprtit woman lit n non time. After r f :- T!i3 wa.vlct! cou,Jh ffriia-J- j t rireathinjl fl little mot'icr wakes tip to hear 'her oaby'o liea--ii croup or whonplm! cou;;h. She does, not want to send for the y j.t on ny III :5aii :? ;.,uv 0 AVc5claI!ePiTparaiio,irorAj-- ! Q f?? J ...!n- - slmUflifnil elboilantllkifub' RIingi Promotes DiJosllcuCIiccrfiP HnjJilii.'bioiiutlismulDirtwtJ Bears the Signature V.flJ v ncss nwl lJcst.Conlalns nciun CniunuMorpIuac rorJki'Kl. i2: !" INot Narcotic. slrftira IIS Weo to s 5ESSS 3T.55 '. J.,-1- 1 ';- - Urn tlninl Sag hut-jn- ft I norm I I !:5SC feE9c B0Of(J Ancrfcr l Remedy brConsllpa-ion , Sour StoinacIi.UiarriJM AVorins.Comtilsloiis.rriCriMi r iF U ln ! ncss and Loss OP SLU.. $&- cc: racScule Sijralure of J Slse NEW YORK. nfl?remfiFiffn--Guaranteed undcrtuci'oojn For Over Thirfv Yaare 1UUI V Hil lj Sg UAS10RA THI CtNTAUft COMPANY. HfWVONKCITY. Exact Copy of Wrapper. POSITIONS GUARANTEED position If you will GUARANTEE you a many more us real soon. We need at once to supply tbo enormous demand for our graduates. An soon as we get tbe required numberof students tbls offer will bo wltbdrawn. So write at once for particulars. WE am "T?SHSK. r2B' OKU. V. RCnWARTJ! PHlMCIPAl. JJCSINESS COLLEGE INCUKrOBAIBD KBTAntimiKD ino4 IOUI3VIt,tK. KY, .. i.rrd praumi' behind them. pLint the tct. Seasonable Sjwclaltles Anrf-lit- l row Uacklw a "run ol Hie fvortnrrn IVlls.riY3iJ have- - fMtUliUkf 3iyautf. tsT . SEEDS HEANS Early Alaska, ' It tklia Rattiest Rrd Valentine . . JjsoBujhel . . ti-'- huihel ReluKce Extra Early Ruihel N?w htrinRlesi Cieen Pod . Si-JImp. Kidney Wax U 5 Kushel Vanlcll's I)ali New Wlute Wax . .. JS..7S Uushel Curric'a Rust Proof Wax ft 50 Bushel New IUrly Grailus H5 Horstoril'a Market Garden . j 50 Bushel llucVbct's Llghtiilng Express Jj.00 Bushel m .. . . 1 - iun n Kaaiin. lomaro anu a f..n nuc - Lettuce. ... 1. Ill ....I U..1K ... IawhI nfnivtnff nrlrP. I Send lor complete catalogue or submit a listd your requirements ami ill nuole price. Buy direct Irom the crow er Sae Money. Write today. Mention this paper. jjrjnjra .. anli a .1. I Ah on. 4 da.. Irtlin m.V nulckly nsrertnln imr oi'lnKm free whclhpr an iiivpullim la probably pilentnhle. rnininnli. tliiiisirlcllvrniillilonl(al. HANOBOOt onVatcuta tree, tihlost aiiency foraecurinirpateiin. si-I'nieuts taken Ihrnuirh Muun A Co. recelro U'fcWl,HOII. without chiimo, lutbe .tlsssMsV OVER 65 YEARS' EXPERIENCE Designs rnovRifturs Ar. Trade MaRKs Extra PEAS. . .... . tl-S- Bushel Bushel u. Tjireest elf. A hamls.itnelf lllntrtel weekly. dilation of any selentlUe journal, 'lcrnis. S3 a Scientific Htucricnit Sold by all yoir. fnnrnmntba.fi. llranch OHIce. i3S 13kiBacicfSl., laclford H. W. BUCKBEE RoUford.H Sees Firtr.s. nos.lclr. MUNNcUo.36,Dd"''N6wYork K 8-t- Wasblucton. I). C rf"tnu3M." ()(w) Celebrated for style, perfect fit, simplicity and reliability nearly 40 yeirs. Sold in nearly every city and town In the United States and r Canada, or by null direct. More sold than any other make. Send lor tree catalogue. McCALlS MAGAZINE More subscribers than anr other fashion mlcazlne million a month. Invaluable. Lit est styles, patterns, dressmaking, millinery. mn plain sewing, lancy nrcuiewoiK,ii.iirurcin, etiquette, good stories, etc. Only W cents a r year (worth double), Including k free pjttesn. SubscrfTe today, or send lor sample copy, VONDEKFUL INDUCEMENTS o Agents. Postal brings premium catalogue I Jaod new cash prise offers. Address XDX. McClU. C- O- SI la 2U W. J7ta SL. NEW VOU V HM9i to ,. In uul marks V,nrouotty obtained TS obtain PATE N all counti lit, or no ( THAT PA'LaitreniwUiuuiUioroagniy, at our aspens), andlelp you to auecesa. Sad n'oJol. ibotu or sketch for FREE report to years' practice. on patentability, niFEflENCES. ForfrMOuUa trahe. llook on I'ronthblo Talents wi1t B03-S0- S McCALL PATTERNS Seventh Strosst. WASHINGTON, D. C. r i I BUCKBEE'S BULBS BULBS SUCCEED -.i,tuurtMUih. rsukt Htv Irlt, 1M1U, IpkntU, Amta4M, iMBMti, Tully , Tulip, TtrWu4 hmllA New Made rift win mkka you a cermaovnt cu toojer. HatUfavtIoagumnWoaor jour SPECIAL OFFE.R. A BuatnMM. ' f. IptvawtUks.tMtrcti Ull, i. ' r aouveuir - r.ll iTTZm luiicciivuia a.ui.Ii'isj .. r.. u.. ' I l.tb. iprtnf f I Isjsvrljui roiuc- -i RAkUMdiU. i Pmii rW 1 it NtnlMua, IwLi iillt, OittU, rrwott. . bu titlipt, Bsvaskt I I -. wv" copjnuus wi, in (it M'..f.latnsi "- lTt- KimtM.mI JiusiHtss dtrrcfvu "'-- " ar K ... ...,...,,. Patm ina inirinpmeni rrscucs .1 ivriuiorcomssuu I t 110 lUkta trrt. aau TTalU lutsa W. W WIHKHUIUni Vn fclilce. now 10 ouuiu all ' -- id.v" .,i --- HHND 3H CBINT8 "?T"T:sV-!T..JlTsis. . wj. ni.,.iuaj i.hi.. I I tetltlMM Jwl flui BsMk. VLU fU tvtmii tU Bl J U Htoto ! . UUAUTKAO m4 IhsUU UwUIU. TO 1'LEAWK I I iirliii k B . ti"i V, wiwsjsjasi, In COBUBimOrmuuB.4 WuiitT.su. Itk ikla l..llll. i in - -- rl-." fjsHsjssianu avanstaasj 1i i um nil, VSZS'Z.'Z." AITIObIAJI UrH4 luuy awa s si kaiV.H' TUaSuUalaMUnfUatuiut, ai r;; Lrl, W. BUCllrM KOCUOaO, lli. POSITIONS' APUNTIFUL 7ijoewrt7tr x . 7eeyrwAAu W4Z Zfawifoifr GrceeiJnedJ W &&& ?lhjix?cdif. BOARD) 4Ste (H&P- - tm JJovs?g Crectr,.tyi arwH0d! of the teiituiies mankind has learned that slavery, the buying and selling of human beings, doesn't pay. Mankind deh:iil crowds 7 to has learned that no liunmn being liltu toilny. velops to Its highest and best unless lioar We rulioit lilt ills It Is fiee It must know nnd feel that fuiir.so from tin;! It Is roiistructlng Its own marvelous. toxti "Thcsofllinll dcMIiiy. i;o uwny Into over The child doing almost meaningless" InstliiR I ti n s chores, the boy slaving I bo hot sumu n t : bill the mer d,iy through for his father, the lslitcotis Into life girl at work In the garden for the ben-el6tern ill." of (he family, mo one mid all in a fPASTGR. KlbSELL) M:lii. measure enslnved. Of course everyTin HjiwiKer tie thing In the child's lifo cannot be made clarcd that ninnkliiil leeosnle two easy and pleasant, hut to force the Krvat facts; (1) tluit all are sliittur. ' child to feel that he or she Is the physluiiw.rfiwt' mill I'M Hint n Inst Ivi'll.'lltV ical slave to the family Interest must for sins Is proper. This raft be ailmlt-tw- l hurt and dwarf Its growth. even liy tho.se who deny that the Go out Into the country when the vaBible Is Insiplrt'd. Me hellcu-- tluit our cation sunshine Is making egetatloti fnfiiriitlnimi mliliiit tt S.ftnttirnl U'ltll.l tremble In Its eagerness to grow and out i callJin,' It. chat with some farmer's son, n little The Baptist "Underworld." fellow still In the grades. If you Our It.MitI.st frleuil.s. In their new should ask him about the future he is traiittatlou of the HIble. use the term almost sure to say enthusiastically, "underworld." Instead of hell. In trans- "I'm goltf to (own to work the very lating Sheol anil Hades. This Is a step first chance 1 get. I'm tlrcd-de- ad in me riiit iiireeiiou. aii eancateu tlred-- of the farm all right." people know that Sheol and Hades sigWhy does he say It? Why does he nify the death condition. Why shotihl believe he will bejiapnler In the city Christian ministers spend years In than In the country? Ho says It and seminaries to learu these things, and believes It because he has never got then fenr to tell people the facts? Do anything more than his "hoard nn' keep" out of all the early rising aud they not realize that the inlsuuder-standlnof this subject Is stumbling hard work be has known. thinking people Into Wherever the boy has had an opporetc., and lejdiug to atheism tunity to grow a crop of his vevy own he has shown that he Is Industrious, and anarchy? painstaking, thoughtful nnd mentally What the Bible Does Teach. Under such conditions he ts HIble declares death to be the alert. The a free man, working out his own prob- extreme penalty of the Divine Law as of human law. Adam's execution was a tragedy 030 years of dying. His de. TIM scendants share his condemnation. The death sentence would have ended our race, had not Divine Mercy provided .lesns as our Itedeemer. He Is to deliver mankind from bondage to death, during Um Millennium. Meantime, this Gospel Age has been Introduced for gathering Ills Church. When It Is completed, the Kingdom will be Inaugurated for blessing nil mankind. Then whosoever III may return to full harmony with God and attain everlasting life. The Parable of The Sheep and the Goats belongs to the Millennial Age. We recall the Scriptural promises that when Jesus shall appear In glory. His UOY. AN EMANCIfATrD Church will appear with Him: and thus we know that the parable is not lem, earning his own money and growyet fultlllisl. After the completion of ing mentally, as uny free agent must the Church. Messiah will establish His This Is uot a faucy or Hue spun theory Kingdom trying to set uslde tho accumulated Mankind will then be on trial to dei wisdom that the ages have striven to teriulne who desire to be tbe Lord's" give us in tho rearing of he youth of sheep, and who will manifest the way- our land. It Is the experience that a disposition. A thou- few short years In the Boys' Corn ward, goat-lik- e sand years have been apportioned to clubs has given us. It has shown. us separate sheep from goats. 'At Us that boys, mere lads of ten years, who listlessly for their fa close, nil having the sheep disposition imvn of meekness will be at the Mediator's thers In fields that produced at best right hand of favor, but all having the forty or fifty bushels of corn to the goat disposition will be at Ills left-pl- ace acre, can be transformed Into wide awake youngsters producing from 50 of disfavor.. will Receive the kingdom to 100 bushels of good corn to the The sheep ' . originally glveti to Adam, The goats acre. Let the children be freed, not bewill bo sentenced to everlasting Ore destruction. Klsewhere they are said cause their labors have been too themto go Into "the lake of lire." the Sec- heavy, but that they may And selves In a larger and finer manhood ond Death. Ite vela t Ion 20:14. and womanhood, that will make our Gehenna Fire Unquenchable. country life into something better thau Is the Greek name for the Gebenua has been In tbe past. vnlley outside Jerusalem, where offal It ever was destroyed. IfJ.res were burned Breeding Tells. there to kill the germs of putrefaction, An expert In corn Judging was lookvalley were cast dead dogs, into that u county exhibit to select the cats. etc.. upon which worms fed. This ing over ears. He had Inspected the best ten picture Jesus used to illustrate Divine carefully twice, when ho hesiGovernment In the end of His reign. display looked puzzled. He started s will perish In the tated and Wilful stopped and examined autltyplcal Gehepna the Second Death. to speak, but critically two piles of ten ears each Another suggestion by the Master were merely known to him by was that bands, feet and eyes had bet- whichtug uuinbers. At Inst ho touched ter be destroyed than that the Individ- their said: "I am golug to go Into the Second Death. No one the two piles and ual hazard au opinion. These two piles of thinks that the Lord meant us literally Johnson county white, und to cut off our bands nnd feet; nor corn are been growu from the same should we think that lie referred to lit- they have seed com." Ore. The lesson taught Is that lot nf eral Again he Inspected the com In both everlasting life Is worth any sacrlllce piles, while the few people In the room If a sin seems ns precious its a hand or him tflth Increasing luterest. nu eye. we should'sepurate from it tit watched Ho smiled as be again began to speak. any cost, to attain everlasting life. "Yes," ho said, "I am absolutely cer"Into Everlasting Punishment." tain of my first two statements, aud I Our text declures that the goat class am golug to make a third. The seed will go Into everlasting punishment. corn from which both of these exhibits What Is the nature of that punish- were growu was not brought from a ment? The Scriptures say that "the distance, but was selected und grown wages o( sin Is death" not eternal tor- by an expert somewhere In tbelr neighment. So tho Master really said that borhood." tbe goat class will go Into tbe Secoud Several of tbe bystanders laughed at death. Nona will be rescued from It In such a sweeping statement. When the auy manner. , prizes bad been awarded and tbe noteTbe word puntoAmrnt In our text book which held the' nnmes and numcomes from tbe Greek kolatin. In class- bers of the exhibits had been consulted ical Greek, kolaiW means to prune, as It was found that the crn bad been to cut out dead branches from a tree. grown by brothers. Tho seed bad been So Jesus really said that tbe goat class grown by their father, wbo had been a will go away Into everlasting cutting student of seed com for eight ot ten off from life Into everlasting death. years. A pamphlet explaining tbe parable of IV TUB FARMER IS DNWILLINO Tbe Rich Man and Lazarus will be TO HANDLE SCRUB STOCK 6B tent free to any tanking a postcard re- RAZOR BACKED HOGS HE quest. Address Brooklyn Tabernacle. SHOULD ALSO BE UNWILLING TO Brooklyn, N. Y. GROW SCRUB CORN. Dibte 3lutlenls Now See That They Make Them Industrious, Thoughtful Were Misled by the Creeds of tho and Independent and They Will Dark Aqcs They Interpreted tho Want to Stay The Corn Club Is Best Enliflhtened Study Bible lllonically Ajjent In Keeping From the City. Mokes God's Word Mere Reasonable' Giadunlly through tho onward march and Moro Proclous Daily, I did si' on hnitm ...i 'iv, tA t.in all nirni tnr'o o3veriMn har'lr jrr- jii .v.fft-n. uik."iv .v.irn or7),nkr'vof sI'm fa oiinnrrn who iuu as m i Imttr-ratimiiy it, ' 17 .i. i t'i bwt riiivl'elnrt rr a' !.e,i m luls LOUdiUoa. X iccoawtad it I i ' 'tii'Twl''!, I J"Po ...j l. . ,t.l. (1 ,Vs'v.iit wnIVri:ti.M'condition. lit wh a W t! j 1 i'.u d'r kn - ..Lii p ers'lslnjr, 1 ml-rt- '- Itas. ZC3CT.T .um tiAa-- : j. cs '. q i i. . Prr'i-ri",rf- i to I'll M7 , Worcester. M!ts., .Iiimmry "0 j j i JAMES & CO,, Pirst Class iiyeryman CentertoWri, 1 ii - Kentucky. 1 PiX ll Milt-tlio- Pi'Otapt Attention and Good Service. TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, s OUR CLUBBING RATES- The Republican The Republican The Reptblican The Republican The Republican The The and Louisville Herald and Courier-Journal $1.35 1.50 1.75 1.60 J and St. Louis and Home and Farm Globe-Democrat an'dTwice-a-WeekOwensboro Inquirer 1.75 3.60 3.50 i; Replican xtEPUBLioAiN and Louisville Daily Herald and uany uwensDoro inquirer O'boro Messenger 1.75 The Republican and Twice-a-Wee- k 1.16 The Republican and Kentucky Farmer....1. The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine. . 1.30 The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer. ... l'.BO The Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.50 Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN. YOUR Letter Heads Bill Heads t J Noteheads Envelopes . Statements Cards -- ""H And other printed forms are given Special Attenton In The Republican : Job Department. evil-doer- Be Happy! Happy the girl, or woman, who has never suffered from any of the diseases of womanhood! Cr, if she has been a sufferer, happy is she if she has learned of the wonderful benefits of Cardui, the woman's tonicl Cardui is a gentle, tonic remedy, for women's ailments. It is a natural medicine safe, harmless, purely vegetable. It has been in successful use for more than 50 years. It has cured thousands. It should do the same for you. Cardui WomanTohic Mrs. Mary Neely, of Denver, Tenn., says, "I think mere is no ionic on eann, as goou as iaraui. i usct with the very best results. I had backache and everything a woman could suffer with, until I took Now I feel better than I have for. two years. I always recommend Cardui to Other suffering wc can't praise it too highly. As a medicine for weak,' j worn-owomen, Cardui is safe and reliable. Try K, , ut lor Stl Writ It: Uiies' Advisory Deot, ChitUaoot Medietas Co.. Chlhmoasjt,! I book. "Hots Trutncnt tor Wosito, httnetont. IM s M-p- "Clf r WByrtf- - " 'Wff'Pt" fcjlftw" mstr- - T," "" -- "" ( WE2HBI Opened Up With Scores of Eger Buy Our regular sales force was augmented by a number of extra sales people and the energies of the entire force was taxed to the limit. We have the merchandise and the prices to make this the greatest sale of our history. We have had a grand beginning. We are fighting for a grand stand finish. If you don't give it totus you have lost something that a little diligence would have saved you. Don't be satisfied with making one visit, you can't begin to see it all in one day. COME EVERY DAY AND MAKE MONEY BY SAVING IT. ai C '; I 1 (m REMEMBER SALE CLOSES FEBRUARY BARNES & BROTHER BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY. IHTUCKTS VOTE REACHES CAPITAL and ilrs. Clarence "Wlsa'Jiriton..fa-oLand Sale For Taxes. Maxwell. By vlqtue of taxos du me, tlw Mr. and Mrs. B'n Shprp. of Lafiofn, I will o.i of Ohio Mounty, Kentucky, jpipt Sa,turjdxj- - and Sunday In tills tlie ilrat ilonday in Fabrtury, 3, 1913, ejxwe rot public fliV at to the iw Ife of M.'. CUrence In llartfond, Kenthe Ciourt louj on AS'oh. t,wln a'irts. itlie ihauis of 10 a. m. of IVl ,11111. tucky, Mlt vlilVd Mr. and Mxj. Armwn. (MajitlaM xnd 2 p. m. the 'foltowilng hinds or 10 KwejiUy. muih 'Uvirwif as may be nwcrary to PTodqae ithie sums reiqiltvd. U: py raf Qollaxs. Wo I'ln Viy In iour NO H.VUTFOUD. iw".vj are slllos 15c ooilldrs for 7 to.ij John T. Alien, K a our Clquranos SaV. J. W. Coqper, 3 town lots 6' UOENDL.AT,T-p- . 22 H L. M. Halalior. Ul a. U. B. Laws, 100 Indian Killed on Track. '55 S IJ Nqir Uoqh'll, 111., am Ind(in f JtaTpli Schnoaxifr. 60 a 157 o iiii slai on a ralroaid trawk and was killed N. A. by 4fte fast express. He paid far hH HAUTFKMtD. HO. oaneiisstwas with 'his life. GtVJ It's hit Clint Carpenter, 1 town lot .... J.tf oquglis and way wihon RSOPle Mrs. M. E. Patterson, 1 tosin lot 7.) cold3. Don't risk youT life wvtyi prompt Mrs. D. C. Uoss, 179 a ii.il (will Use of Dr. King's Njw Dlinrry C. B. Sul'ieingtir. 3 a.' yf. Jt.1.01 cure Ahum and ,ao prnvian,t a dangerous HON UESIDKNT L18T. tUroat or lung troubls. "It nKnipJe-ti-jli.'-ouivid im,e, In a s'lort Um. wf a taiirtble J.' J. AsKLns, 20 a 4 lot r.f A. W. Busklll, X cough Uiat follow J a iene ottaok Grip," writes J. K. iWatts. Flondada, Combs and Xiach by D. M. Combs b3 a 50 Ttax., "and I irffa'jiid 15 pounds in -, 12.11 weteihi tvhat I Jiad loat." Qultik, safe, J. L. Qolllie.- 27J i.TO Urneat Conpisr, 20 a reliable Wl emananit,neJ. SOc and 2.'0 H. K. Dauffhorty. a battle free at all druggists. 2 IS T. A. Howard, 8 a Mj Ohio Countians for Pensions. Mike Jlainnall, 1 town lot 50 a . 3W A l a ii,tlng of tlko Confederate fVii- - J. T. Hoawr, Doj,rd at Kran.kt.ort, Sadurday, 152 Mrs. Mxttle James, by J. S. Tailo,n NO. O. T. O. N. NO. r ii n ll.M 4.11 arlff town J'armar, S3 a NO. Balz.'l lot ..... 3W M. 10.?) U Aslkby, S2 a II. J. Hill. IS a Hunrlett D. 40 , Jtowe, 20 Mrs. a. .. 3.3 , Jtti S. Lawrence, Official Mes- C3iX-ru- R4nay dr Mrs. J. T. Dodwin. 10 a W. M. Smltti. 53 a H. S. ,WlgsJnton. 62 a NO. l'.O S. T. WaIUw. DIS3 L. II. iWaritv 1 10 S3 a T. NO. rORUSVILt4n. Albeh Gviur, 40 a J. r. Ovttrton. 4J a L. W. Truinvw. 1 down lot . 7.10 town lot a ., ; 4 w 7.I5 7.15 10.SS 4 v. 0 C. ... ojier, town lovi ..wjiu, w 3 34 f V, NO. K. Wotli Uionn, 12 O. P. Hiiowii. 40 a. (JJJ f 2 3 1- senger Bearing Returns, Arrives in Washington. IWAi'flna'ion. dan. vAcKyr-sW- J. It. Ca.wy. 100 II. It. Ghaoman, OUIe a 87 re,-- , J. NO. L. Cnvvons, D. Iu,tlmni, NO. a n a. HOi 13 ISO CO a ila-tl- n. Esill, heiro 150 a by 40 Martin Ell v" US n E. 7.'3 7.;o 17.M , M. NO. Anvuul Sjtxirs, 4 ..... '..... 0 5 J.-- a. 2 0 a, Fannie . A. by Lake, a 9S W. L. IgWhart. 7..1 E. C. Perry, 33 NO. C. a PLEASANT. 5.70 l.lO a 108 10 it oui Jvivis. JO'.m S. 's Lwreinb?, lelEUtorU' ;. H. WBtrfUxl, Ward, 116, a J. T. Brag. 50 a. A F. DuUnr, 120 a J. W. Morris, 12 a T.'fl I6.0f j.j9 5.15 xetTVl TtT AC SS s,o nswnsr. bxirlns t' l OUix. the Joat wt a. ...' It. Cotfinan. , TJisUi-f- PifsldJnit pro temjjii of Senator States Sjjnftte. uf Nc,w 'Haiirp3hir,e. vrx& nm Jy )m"Ki5er Tmd mtIc SrB'r. a. n'JUt showing 1kw1 .wi that t,h? r" Ho nlect Mrs. Annie Kilk, 9S o NO. Jarnot Iyd, 40 a 70 a J. W. WJiltehouF. Charley Howley. 50 a Mrs. J. B. Jnhryjton, 45 a. Mrs. Edell Morgan. 1 J. J. Margpn, 40 a C. T. Weatexfleld, 43 NO. V. BJze, CO a James Bonner, 1 .town J. P. Stnatton. 33 a J. J. .Wilson, 50 a NO. 23 RALjPM. SiV4e M. Ureicr, 70 .'50 W. JI. IVIrhyht, a o. SPRINGS. 12 7 3.15 (been oftlqli'.ly James Fltehugh, HO a. Mn. Sulile IV.nnel, 119 a Oscar Huff. 43 a. ., n. --.,.. 5.0 Mary C. Ilamllton. 1 town lot, 7.W UK NO. H. M. Aa'iby, 5.30 K. V. ClrltST, CO a 6 33 -- NO. BR.V.VCII. Leslie BiUtplur, 30 fl. ,.... Mlas HarWrt Ford, 24 a t Mrs. 1 A. LanaaVr, 10O a. ..if. NO. t3l 7,4? 41 a . 8 30 2I.2 22 j? s 10 1.'.5 3.1'. IS olvqorUl mp.II uni Op jiy-Hmeiengir .to Wahlngftoa nJt a. .tihjltd "py at it Is it'-- iwi:h CJfMf JPflwaA Jivlse In iwliwse district tft .S'.a'.e rtccfjuUl icoHcae pntt. Judge -JusVn. o,f Mays.vllb, iwould ho.e lUtwa j lwd both I'm rS) upon tar Jhe a:!cs or rooie ago the Kfintucky by roslstoiied null sTe oSr.e tl lt9 rwwMant of t'.is S'.0 S. S. Klng?"l 1.75 5.15 wis wtjUisJ town lot toj 3aMV. msjc ta ,U,tvltir Uw liw, Uv mmt by regHVr.:d a lot A... 3.10 l J. 7.33 4 to,wn lot J. B. King, 108 a , W. V. Sprawl. 1 town lot T. II. Tucker, 33 a J. II. Wrlaht. 88 a D. It. iWa'lace. 12 n NO. , E. O. Atqhlson, 230 a Mrs. Flqrence CUrk, 13 a Gv)r6 Kuykendoll, S6 a, Mrs. A. J. McKonney. 7 UwHUli, t6u Ji.ir. f.Vi dis 2 a 6.W 2.T0 Ans 3.0) W. O. Anqhw, 208 a M. AlUlor. L10 n 12.21 J. 2.S) ISO NO. O.Ki 3t.f) NO. S. Jt IVMlcv. (A ROCKPORT. 9.5'i 3.S3 19.41 a. ...... UC3 -- .Jtiw VbV" J 70 S75 NO. SPRINGS. 60 J. of F.iorlda some years agi. iJOt fie rogUtuncid Jiv4' und t,luo prlal nifssvufir did not arrive re,vnaib.ly In utapo) of tlio fourth .Monday Jin Jin-ujje viqs PnesWlint aent a an.ee-ol- d ?esHVier to .Bw Federal Ju4s)e for an the StJite qlcptorlal ,qty5 In a-uiAt .jit tilia nAtlarexl elwtorlai toJlc"s t0nai)y ccfuVl count dt. Sfc. Ij.vM.,e.ivce, wilio js wlltor uf t'i9 to ispatvl a w,e)k oginr-ity;iiU ur ttSaWAsHlii.toi liavliv? u c? tGm. ai It nnoUa.Uly wa irnVndfl by Em SuW. jjfKd f 'II. Harper, NO. a mall find uncial meftaflnsor atppeu.r. par ujij vj ai irt d, tshr kwl"irs at JittB wlio tiiononwl hlii bnouy'.jt him "'iW!i vnUi' lJvb mlHslai ftVuiaXa dunlngHJr rta.t)y rilucJ. 'Axc. Clsnta.ne Jlo 7m K ' ItOSUNBJjA.Ta. old boy dwer-tly r J?, ja. a.-iEs- EAST VIEW. Vw four yeir and Urs. EUe iUrtln is ti), ill with tubMCuVxila. w ' V ' la&uvt clld uf lr. unld M". Muf-uaMM'fVild la cm Vioakk ""' Vtai Sta Martin, qf BuGord, pcit Soto oad Sunday witli ilr. attd Mr. w" X. JVeneli. mm, B1U Nlice-l- uv) Dink Wept:- HMM iiiiMa tlto aniujl pox. Jtfrsa "SUfr JoWy, 1 VJ fiwt of M.r. "--- 73 a allowed, jivitklu; 64 u b.15 W, M. IYwu-ls- , Robent L. Jmes, 70 a paailaas C3nutvl unrVr a Wul ctf Lizzie Uunsel, 1 town lo pa34e4 by Lltnaand heirs, toy 'J. C. Luniiford, tiV CpnfW irate Pension 'Aat 2C a '2.iT John Napier, fl town lot U iA!stynbly. Tllxe first' fait Osnep-1 ftp,wn Iqt .. 7.13 C. D. Robinson, B. dUi1rl,lutlon anil Robant Qratohnr, 130 a will he IiUj-ux2.2) S, dT. Robinson, 31 a J. L. iMenqer, 10 a, W'p innalans amnfid Saturday will by C. A. Mrs. Mojry Auhby, 1 ,tqwn lot .... Original Mrs. Sairmh Motley, In Uiat dUtirhutVin. Hoiclery, 33 a 3 23 JtOQKPOUT. NO. oirUtlcafte and iMouchers lane being SO TOO a Mack Austin, 1 town lot mailed out by Pension A&emt W. J. O. E. Mllkir, 13 J, W. Qnx, 78 a Stonfl lor t,luj first qua,rterly payment.. J. AV. iPunqeJ.1, G3 a John Decker, 2 a Tlw QorXlWcates will b Kept by the T. J. Paitton. by V. O. Fulton 20 a 3.i0 Mary Fulkerson, CO a mna'joncrs, but the voiclieir attor b4ng d. 93 a 4M !les.terH .Jones, , 10 a awirn to muat le inrtuimxvl to qle pen' W. O. ston ospnt, who will turp Ikjiii (hot L. C. RotMirtiion, 12 town lots .. 4 33 Li. J. RaUlnnan, 3 a 2.60 HaUle Sliiaycr, 2 a to Uvs auditor to tatue .nurranls on the O. W. SI. Olalr, 40 a 13.",) H. C. Shaw, 46 J. B. Stognur, .60 a Tocrifiuiry tqr the u.rtMunta npclClri l a 1.C0 J. E. Smith, 2 town lots the vwwltnra. John White, 3 a a.- "-. .? .J Lb Hendrix. 1 town lot. ,. Dr. Jajnvti 8. Jtorton of JUntfortl., aitid Mrs. Annie lUylor, 180 2.U r Tliomipsfln, of Hool,3vlllo, M. J. Truman., t tdwn lot ... Mrs. JM EAST BEAVER DAM. 13 U wens ihe only Ohio munty Aiqllouni'.!. James Wade, 104 a O. W. Pool, 93 a. and one Aoww 2.4) "wjhiaao nonulans wono if. the C. .8. WebJrtffr. 37J .' 4.E0 Oscar 'H."W'lttn. 41 'a, meeUng of'.Uie Hoand turcUy. NO. BEAy.ER DAM. NO O. C. Cooper, 60 a Mr. A. It. Tabor, of Crider, Mo., hud Edtnr Boahn, 4 10 X 2 NO. a. been troubled with sick headAClve for Minnie Ooielui, 3 a. 11.30 R. C. Ashby, 1 town lot about the years, when s,he ibeaun UV II. M. OaaHUe, 10 a 3,75 Will Lee Fisher. 1 town ojt .. lag OhuniUeiialn'i TablcU. 7.-She hai C. B. Howard, 106 a H. C. Leach, agent R. X. Sande-- . taken two bottie. of the;n and 4)ey hav J. W. IfiatcJier, SO u. 7.W Cur, 130 a. cured Heir. Sick Jveadacfi Is ca,uejd hy U C. HaoMer, 133 a 18.! D. B. Duke, 1 town lot .. a dUordiri) stomach for wlilcJi Uxn U L. Kawcamb. 180 a. 2319 Jacob .Ramon, 2 town lots tablets are especially Intended. S.M) O. K. Itowe, Try T. II. Nelson, 57 a 1 town lot ,., thim, sat wedl And stay well. Sold by ft'. A. Parks, 8 a 90) Crtaripa Smith, Br., . all dealers. a. M. A. TVUfrts, .j5aQna WaeUnd, 1 town lot I sbn mon? psnji'pns w.ene 8NORTH KOCKPOUT. Sfl James Baker, C a COLORED LIST J. W. I town lot NO. BEAVER DAM. 5.TO Cook, 1 town lot GayUnd Talor 10 town lots .... 6W J. W. lWieJ l tqwn lot 10 1T0 u3 NO. Mrs. Julia Wale Cook. 70 a. .. S.79 W. F. Cra,wfard. IJ a tW Mrs. ILa,rrisxii, 37 a 4.35 W. ,M. Li. bib, 66 a 7.C5 j Mrs. Maiggt, Powwrg, 300 a. ,, 29'.l Albnrt Bandeira, 50 a CT Mis. Jquinah WiOosViy, 1 down c 3.15 Na-m- , v t i.V) 2.'-I louU vRuiS3C(U, 1 lAwtn let 0 85 NO. 4 T) 4.15 ' .S0 UCQLQRED LUST. NO, Tina 20 Daughtory, 41 a Perry Movls. 40 a. 4.3? ;$ 2..K) J.J0 E. P. Hayrwp, J. W. Hayncw, NO. 10 10 : a R-,e- IVii-Lo- gnal E3T .tt ,'...' ;tAW4JJ-- ilt.t 2a... HARTFORD. (43 Lydla Giilffln, 1 town lot 1.33 if.73 Daniel illlnes, 1 town 4.1 J lot 1"' Charley IVurks, 1 town lot 6.33 Burr lUrks, 1 town lot 3C! J.W Wllllnim Pajkn, 1 (own lot ,. .. 7.00 Ed TVahfttOT, 1 town lot , 0.'j5 4ifl HO. 5.13 BUI Grjtfln, 1 town lot 4.15 4.10 John A. atcj.imry, 1 town lot .Ni' 3.15 Ed 'Noll, 1 town lot 3.S5 Lsahelle Noll, 1 town kti t.t5 Jo?rf)ih C'Taylor'I'lown-.lqt- , 3?) -- . 11 '"0 lHnica .mjwr, t tut,.' ., 5.(0 Majrtln Wakpr, 1 town tat .so hoamus J. WailUor, 1 .town lot ., 7,fl NO. FOltDSVILLE. ,....'. 3.9) Payton BUaliam, 23 a. atrp,Hen Dnqwn, 1 town tot' S.73 D. F. Hiedden, CO a 13.S3 10.20 E. Hodden, 3 a. ?. s.;0 W. B. JUMden, 40 a. Qharles ''Jamison, 3 a 3.J3 7 118r. Jomea T. Murphy, 23 a 0.73 & a J0 W. M. Pulllun, 49 8.30 5.U M. B. Smith, 75 a r T.' H. SLACK. SlKTltf Ohio Count. J 1 How's This? - ' r3 Wo ttfCv One JIndred Dollars RawarJ for any case of Catotmh (that pafnajt le cured .by Hall's Catarijl Cu;re, V. J. CHENEV & CO., .Toledo. O. We, the undersigned, ihjave kinpwp C. ...... tor tNe last yieu,rs. and pertectly ihnnarable in ail buJlness tranwctlons and flnaniqlsj'y able to carry out any obJIqUqna mado by Mi Urm. 4iUn J. QhieAsy be-ll- ee v mui .. -- WAjioijrtJilNAN WllesaU & uOriviu, UruBj(at0, ,ToW, O. Hall'. Catarrlj Cum Is Jjalcen otvU-ly- , opting 'dinectly upon tjiye blood and mucous surfaces of t1 .ystera. !Tstl- monlals sent Xre. Pmbe 73 cente nw bo.t,tle. Sou by all DbhssIsIs. Take lull's Family Pills for connl. patlon. V 2 CASTORIA i Ohildrtn Ory Fin FLETCHEI'S SSBHv. - giV iV . jii.ii.j tirtScA ""' ltf,M""Ti"yJ" fr","i?Mii, WWBiiBMBWWWB5BW53 zMk&Aj U JL.mm.ylm Mm. tU.. "J""wwi!MifeJt.lt.,.g2B ju (I ,Py?t)JiiV .i'".BBWwn -'- f- - it k. ' V jT. tjoSf-iiet- k