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IIG GAME HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1913. or trailed a scent. What do I find? Nothing. The fields that once teemed with these speckelod beauties when I warned tho people against pot hunters and cylinder bored guns, today are as doatltuto of quail as the Goodnight, desert of Sahara. WATT TAYLOR. ty, for his appearance in court mornlns aat 9 o'clock. When THEY VISITED tho hour arrived, Mr. .Miller wa3 TO PROTECT GAME AT ISLAND STATION buying coon skins (?) In somo othIN ARKANSAS er part of the country. At any rate HAWESVILLE ho was too busy to report In court. Ills Animals Also Will Loss About Ten Thousand Dollars long bond was forfeited. Of nil tho list of tigers that have operated hero since legal option was voted, Although Deer Hunt By Receive Attention in KewLittle Damage Origin of Fire thjs Is about the boldest. There are Coal at Ellmitch. soven charges against Miller. Four Ohio County Sportsman. Legislature. Was Done There. Unknown. At a depth of 150 feet, while drillfor selling liquor and three for selling for water at Ellmitch tilts meek ing liquor and three for selling to employes of tho L. & N. Railroad Diffees Were Selling Territorial. Frankfort, Ky., Dec. 9. Laws to Thq general, merchandise store of tng to minors. tWatt Taylor Tells Exciting and struck a 3 2 foot vein of coal. .Tho restrain "game hog3" and to protect Georgt W. and Louis A. Birk at Isthrough a thin layer a drill went Mrs. Day at College Hall. Rights When Powder Pleasant Trip in Southern ' few feet above. It is not known what furbearlng animals will be proposed land, ,was totally destroyed' by fire One of tho most enjoyable en may be but by some to the General Assembly by tho shortly after eight o'clock Saturday No., this voln Exploded. tertainments of the College Lyceum Swamos. persons It is thought it may belong State Game and Fish Commission, morning', entalUng a loss of approxi- course was given by Mrs. Oranno Tho fire was the to the Cannal coal formation, extend and drafts of the measures already mately $15,000. T. Day Wednesday eveninc. She ing from a point about 8 miles from arc prepared. Trappers and fur deal- most destructive that has ever visitHawesville, Ky., Dec. 6. "DIffoe" Tho entire business rendered tho "Nest Egg", a two Is a name that Is not well known. Contcrtown, Ky., Dec. 8. The writ- - Clovcnrt in Breckenrldge county. ers are desirous that the killing of ed Island. play, which dealt exclusively In i animals, excepting where block, on which tho store iwas lo- act In Hawesville. In fact there are proto- er of thin is a natural born Bjiorts- - If it proves ito bo this formation common, every-da- y life, but which ably many here who will say that-theseasons along it means much for Ohio county, and they are causing damage to property, cated was threatened for a short contained a variety in and for several of characters, i lN'oveniber, when thq foliage on especially all that country around be limited to the winter months, time, but the valient efforts of a whose parts touched, never heard or tho name end all chords of tho yet two men and at least one woman begins to take on tne goia- - Fordsvlle. The find was mado on the when tho furs arc heaviest and most bucket brigade, comiosod of mon, soul and kept the lu trets audience In laughThe proposed law will women and children, prevented the Unt ho has taken tho fast train to railroad but it is pre valuable. ter, or near tears for almost two of that name spent several months tempbis and thenco down the Mlsa- - sumed that It extends under many limit the open season for beaver, flames from spreading to adjoining hours. Mrs. Day pleased her larse au- bere. They lived high. They drove-thJiul to a point, and thence across acres In that locality. It is not tho mink, raccoon, otter, opossum, skunk buildings. dience and showed herself a reader best horses In town and smoked the-becigars. They did not have much ie country through mud woodlands same coal mined some ears ago at and musk rat to the months between Smoke Issuing from under the of splendid attainment. She was predoor leading into the furniture deto say about their business whllo-her- e ad cane to Bishop's camp in wild Deanfleld and still mined by Mr. Sam November 1 and April 1. Fur dealers Informed Executive partment attracted tho. attention of sented by Mrs. Anna Eliza Foster, wooly Arkansas. The sitortsnuui Gaines and others, near Fordsvllle. but they winked about It often Agent J. Q. Ward, at the Game and G. W. Blrk and othor people who one of the grade teachers. in a knowing way that gave the Imdifferent sort of an animal from Fish Commission, that the fur of were In tho store making purchases. pression to somo that they had st other folUs because be is a lov- Old and New Customers For Sale. many of theso animals Is worth and when the door was thrown thing" and they know' It. of nature. The hunter may possess Having taken over the liarness stock four times as much If secured In No- open, it Was immediately seen that Buff Opplngton Cockerels, martz Whatever It was a few began to Beno of the characteristics of the R- - T. Her, vember as in September. tho building was doomed. The en- strain. $1.00 and $1.50 each. jrtainan, jet may be far from be- - and repair work of Mr. lieve that Jhere were "millions la I solicit trade In this line and will Fifteen game birds as the mini- tire furniture department MRS. P. D. TWEDDELL, was a onc. Tho absolutely pure und It." A few began to nibble and at you right. Do not forget that is mass of roaring flames. Hartford, Ky., R. 7. least three actually bit. ' in sportsman will not take tne treat stlU headquarters for hardware mum "bag" for a day's hunting I am deslsned to restrain the ardor of the Before it was possible to save any Cumberland 'phone. 20tf. Then a "beautiful woman" of tho female if he Knows it, ie well as farm Imple- "game hog" and not hunter. This articles of value In the store, the alle tho ordinary hunter will shoot of all kinds as as "an artist," who war Come to see us when in would apply to doves as well as flames spread to the adjoining ythlnK that gets in front of his ments. sketching the beech woods, and GAVE BIG SUM TO S. L. KING, town. other birds, and It Is proposed to rooms, devouring the contents of ry n. hills and tho sinuous Hartford, Ky. make tho dove season open Soptcnl-ba- r the store. In an incrodltably short On this trip that I had Btarted to 19t4. thread of tho Labelle riviere-- ' I instead of August 1. The law time STATE COMMITTEE at this point and who was boarding . the, entire building and Its ell about, will say that on my hike will iermlt a hunter to kill fifteen contents was reduced to a mass of at one of the most secluded private across tho country I got lost inside TRACTION TALK birds a day and have in his posses smoldering debris. The building boarding houses In HawesvIUe, beRussell E. Gardner's 10,000 acre zoo- sion a number proportionate to the was a one story frame structure, gan to be talked about logical garden and ran across Mr. as " labe Says New Yorker; Who Pat Over ls weetheart of the senior of the Dif STARTED number of days he has hunted. A covered with a metal roof, which Bishop in tho woods that night, Fri AGAIN flno of $10 for every bird over the caused .the flames to be confined, fees. day, Nov. 7, very' tired and hunifry. Paving Contract in Emmaximum Is to be the penalty. and naturally the spread of the fire Very soon thereafter an apparenthunting deer in a day We went to AU imported pheasants, Hungarian was materially quickened. pire State. ly amiable good woman came" hem so after I arrived, taking a wild Henderson and Owensboro. Hope partridges and prairie chickens are Practically every able bodied man and announced herself as the wife-olot now and then, but nothing f- to be protected by an Indefinitely in Island responded to the general Ivc until the 17th. In the after- For Electric the man who was DlavlnsUia wm.v New York, Dec. 9.-- Ten witness- - Lothario to the private closed season. Jo give thorn a chance alarm .which was sounded,. Wwnen boardlag an or that day we each made a contrac- - house artist. to propagate, thoush persons may bo and children lent their assistance, os, most of them Line. ill hunt, 1 jgolng West and Mr. licensed to have them in their pos- and the fight to save the block from tors were on hand when District At-- 1 Very quickly there' was, fix tfce dlrec- Hanoi) a rather SouUi-easession for breeding purposes. burning was besun when QX was seen torney Whitman resumed his Jhon ianEUaKe or ijjkri. Tho weather was clear and fine loat d.rkw '..-!- -' Big game, elk and doer are to be that itw as Impossible to save the Doe Inquiry Into State highway grait tertloan" and the senior Elffee If tho plans of tho Cobb Syndicate itici i no squirrels soomea no oc aav- season building. afternoon. G. W. Blrk's residence, once beCame 'a refuse. Soon alter Ing a great time. About 4 ocjock of Now York arc accorded, it is protected also by a closed very probable that Henderson and for soveral years until the State Is which adjoins the store, caught fire John W. Murphy, of New York, was u y0VLaSer Dixfee and his took notlco J hat the fox squirrels wife left by well stocked. --h. several times, but the bucket brig- the first to take the stand. He said th tnwn Tho -- inK. vere lnja terrible commotion, which Owoasboro will be bo connoted traction rails before next Christmas, . It Is proposed to require the keep- ade successfully kept the flames ho was employed in 1911 by Warren lng p0Wder whlch tney were- y, ' an indication of deer around. It is says , , ing up of bird dogs in the nesting from spreading. The roof of Mr. Bros., of Boston, manufacturers ofiting an1 or . the Henderson Gleanor. -- jr., pleasant pastime tor the sportsman A deal Is well under way by di season In the sprins and to offer Blrk's home was practically de- bltullthlc pavement, and sot a com- - wh!ch they were seeking to dispose-- ' see these little animals when they cents per square 'of territorial rights at oncv seemed stroyed, and another building .on the mission of 12 frightened. They run up the rectors of the Evansvlllc Public Uti a bounty for kUUng hawks. A closed season on fishing between right side of the Btore was saved by yard on all contracts he .obtained to bjcomo an explosive powder sad es a snort distance ana Dark ana lities company, EvansvlUe Railways 1 and June 1 and the prohibwith the New York Stato Highway there was a blow-uthe efforts "of the bucket Ibrisade. ke their tails wUh lightning rap-- , company and tho EvansvlUe, Hen- April Railway ition of the uso of artificial halt durOwensboro and Mr. Blrk stated that his loss would Commission. He said he sought to When a look about was 'taken- - s tWs with the roaring of the ing tho spawning season are design- amount to $15,000 ,of .which $5,000 got the bltullthlc pavement adopted found that several' were1 fully ing blackbirds, the quacking of pro- was covered with insurance. Only re by the commission, and had several convinced that vast amounts oewld ducks, the honking of wild tho traction field in all directions ed to give the fish a chance to pagate. Shooting of fish with lead cently he had purchased the new conferences with C. Gordon Reel, hi made by buying territory and' and tho fighting of two master around EvansvlUe. The Public Utilities own the Ev- as well as steel bullets is to be pro- store. He said that the origin of the then Commissioner of Highways. selling the rights of the. nTnmittr" Bits in tho distance produced an electric light plants hibited, nd no ibass under eight-inche- fire was unknown. Mr. Blrk stated Reel asked him, said the witness, ture and sale of .the washing com- -' Ions to be remembered. Some- - ansvlUe' gas, company. long is to be taken out of that the work of rebuilding the store if he "could do anything for the pound. Lee Brewer bought Perry The no after the great sun had ceased and pubic service EvansvlUe railways company own the streams. would 'be started as soon as the in Democratic party." county, lnd., and County Clerk Ed. '.bring out the tints of Autumnal Sub"1 said I'd do something." To atop the uso of nets the law surance agents had made their adN. Lamar, Sheriff-elec- t; Ed. F. Ewa and after the black birds had the. Princeton, Ind., EvanstUlo The witness said he save the and Lonnle Rich bought West Vir- over on their dally flight urban and Nowburg lines, and the will provide that possession of a justments. The building was worth having $2,000, and the value of thestock was Democratic State Committee $2,000 glalai Th(8 g 0f roost Jn the monster cano brake, EvansvlUe, Henderson & Owensboro not over ten fcjt long and Is placed at $13,000 by Mr. Blrk. out of his own commissions. The the buying here. Not much squirrels hod company owns the street railway In a mean of less than half Inch id after the little guUt of viototal con:.!so on on "his contracts was parted with It Is understood, cuttled Into tholr nesting places, and EvansvlUe, the EvansjvlUe. and Mt. prima facie evidence of was $13,000, a .. c!i ho had agreed to but the danger point was 'reached Evansvlle and Eastern, lating the game law. Dynamiting Deaths. begun their regu- - Vernon, ie hoot owls had Hen- streams iA to he made a penitentiary 'Mr. John Wilson died at his home share oqu,l, at. sail, with James when the social explosion put atT serenade. Out sneaked from brush Henderson traction line 'and ir car offense, and the fine for seining is near Sunnydale. last Monday of ery E. Gafrney i. , J uj E. Carroll, of to the exploitation. id toramble a stiff and surloy old derson and Owensboro street to be increased from $25 to $50. linos. sipelas. Ho was one of the best clt- - New' York city. The "powder" did the work well Kk to meet death from an Ansley -- ve $2,000 ,, the county' Executlve Agent Ward hopes to h Should the merger bo consumto Chairman Pol- - that lit was Guaranteed to do and leavei a wlf0 "I in the hands of the Jiff Fox held game laws of the State 'and Mveraj children. His funeral mor ot tne State committee, and the tho many local housewives who tried er. After I had finished tho job mated which has been ponding for have all the passion was at" Sand Rock HU1 near Sulphur . 'est. U 1.000.-- 1 divided with Gaffney It were greatly plsased. Mr. Brewer my knife 1 returned to camp several weeks, the Nw York syn- recodified at tho approaohlne Assembly. and Carroll," he said. Springs. is still sellng It and it is givingblew the horn for Mr. Bishop, dicate will furnish available funds of the General lnterurban several in regard to snaring tne oommis-!goo- d aatisfactlon, but It is said that came In shortly and related his to construct 3o Wit In a Finch. Dr. J. S. Morton, whose serious slon with Carroll and Gaffney, both, it cannot be made as was reVresent- experiences. Iternoon'a He said, lines, anions: them being the HenThe derson and Owensboro line. A Cadet officer in tho Pennsylvan- illness we mentioned in our last reputed to be Influential In Tam- od. at practicaUy no cost, and that "Just as I heard your run fire, my route has been surveyed from Hen- ia Military College was reported issue, died early Friday morning, many Hall, the witness said he hod there is no genuine patent at all to leer was standing about 100 yards rrom mo snooting viciously and ab- derson, to Owensboro, and soon as by a faculty officer for."Languaffef' and was burled at Oakwood Saturday sought Carroll because he thought protect its formula, but rather that construction the formula Is an Infringement, of rather a severe mark in that aus- afternoon. Dr. Morton has been in Carroll could' help him. solutely refused to come into view." funds are available, Tho witness gave"lthe same reason' other patents, will start, probably in the tere Institution. At the time appoint- feeble health and out ot the praotlco J i shop is no hand to squeal, how- - work ed for the hearing of "explanations" of medicine for several years, but he for seelns Gaffney. with the Dlffzes came one Chas. aver, because tho other follow hap- - early spring. "What did uairney ao to neiP phiillus and fainllv from Whites- of marks, the offending cadet pre- was a fmailtar figure on our streets ens to beat htm, so we proceeded at sented himself before the command- and wilt be greatly missed. He was you'?' asked District Attorney Whit ville, an dhe Is what Is eft behind Peanuts Supplement Cotton. jce to bring In the- door and dress of tills most promising enterprise-o- t the last surviving member ot his man. V which we finished about 11 o'clock peanut is a splendid crop to ant. The "I don't know." "Well, sir, how did It happen that family. this most promlslug enterprise. night and had a nice dean, fat grow for a supplement to cotton "What did Carroll do?" He Is a good citizen, and has enterjuicy venison. This was the only growing. The peanut does not re- you were guilty of using Improper "Ho helped me all he could." ed jnto tho meat business here. He Mrs. Thomas Wilson died at Wilgame baggod on the hunt, but we quire a ffreat amount of hard labor, language while on duty?" the colon"In what way?" like others, was imposed upon and liams Mines last Sunday of tubercuvery pleasant experiences, more resistant against drouth. The el Inquired. other is "With Mr. Reel." ' I losis and was burled at Mt. Vernon. Is 'one of tho many who are seeking "Why, sir, as were within of a mile of W. peanuts amy be planted a llttje later "You gao them that generally be- some relief Daviess through the Elder's great pack of bear dogs 'than cotton if desired and cultivated was Inspecting the guard. In hand- She was a sister of Mrs. John Danlol, cause they-- had political intlunece?" county circuit court in suits docketday when It was supposed they bad when the cotton fields are hot need ling one oMhe rifles the Jocksnap- - who formerly lived In Hartford. "Yes," conceded th .witness. ed there for trial. The suits are rbeor up a tree as wo found out ing attention. It tho peanuts are 'ped shut onmyfing-'- r and it Just na Bold Tiger. against several ' ot the best citizens turally pinched 'hell' out of me." Mr. Elder later. That afternoon grown as a commercial crop, that is, Palo. of Whltesville, who seem to have One day last week ono Forest MilNot only was the mark "taken off,' I when we "returned to cinap we found to sell the nuts, they may be harvestUJncle Bob Duke lost a fine horse lUCOU VinaiUMU IUW M nimtn ropu ed,, perhaps, after the cotton has been but the colonel gleefully reported to ler, claiming McQuady, Breckenrldge ae of Elders' dogs that has the der company to fUrnlahCapttal to . itlon of being the queen bear hound picked the first time. As a rule pea- the entire corps the cadot officor'B county as his home, rented a small last wock. witty explanation of his offense. De- house on Union streot near the Col-- 1 uwing to tne warm weuuier mrui- - tne troai auvouuuro m wa uiuw. nuts are In no great storm danger f America. J At J lege, lie cisimea to ue a trauer in era nave nau w uuun It. uioir curu uuu ana. aiitruu.w,j, "loathe advantage I left camp Nov. 29, spent Sunday like cotton near harvest time, nor do cember Lipplncott's. !of no one else, "in theniuintlfiie furs and timber. It was not long some have lost considerable, zoo, .took the they deteriorate quickly when there 1 Memphis at the Mr. Wayne Lee has bought a farm several dozen dn liawesvlUearejDon- Represeitatives Wanted. until th noiehbors thought Mr. Mililsville and Cincinnati ltd. at 8:05 an excess of rain. Often the profit gratulatlnc themselves on their narwants a live sub- ler was being visited by too many near Jingo and will move soon. The Ohio Farmer rsvfcday nuht and arrived at home from tho peanut field will bo greater Rev. Vanhoy filled his regular ap row escapo from rainbow chasing (or Dae. J. an equal acreage In scription representative In every ag- town boys who possessed neither furs than that from "Getting back on my old stamping cotton ricultural community In Kentucky. It nor timber and an investigation was pointment last Sunday at Marvin's the promised bag of gold. ' you can devote a little time to look- begun, resulting in his arrest Wed Chapel. m ground in Ohio county, I thought I teraaasts. " Mr. Almond Duke has almost com- ing after renewals and securing new nesday night by Marshal Stevens up kwsuld eo what had become of the Ralph & O'Bannon keep constan- tFine Woolen 'Dress 'Goods, Silks ploted his house and will soon move on the charge of running a blind Ads. Shouldering my full choke gun', y m hjWd M kW(U Fmh MeaUi readers, It will pay you to write for tiger. He was taken before Police into it. and all kinds ot bright new mater- at has lour oeer u iui creuii. 1 Groceries. Flour and Feed Stuff. our agent's proposition. Address Mary White and son, Lester, tals. in serviceable lengths, at strlct-ba- U Crowe, who admitted him to Judge Mrs. THE OHIO FARMER, vent to the field aocompaniea oy l xour pairowgw in the sum of $100 with 'Mr. Vie visited her father, Mr. Tade. Boyd, ly bargain prices. REMNANT STORE, reasonaoie. e' " Circulation Department, old LleweUyn setter, oaft of 213 Allen Street, Owensboro, Ky. Robertson, ot Hardlnsburg, as sure- - near. Fordsvllle Monday. Cleveland, Ohio. 19t4. J21t3 tat dogs that ever jumped a fnece solicited. STRINGENT LAWS STORE BURNS ALJO Fur-Beari- iteresting' - ... K ' sr right-of-wa- jsa od who-pose- d nil-ve- f f up-Sta- te bt , ai,, 1,- -2 p. s ,,4 cd I - - 1- -4 orflcer-of-the-d- r- -r 1 r ... v mammmmmitnrmmnm h I"' Bowling Green Business University BOWLING GREEN, KENTUCKY. , The students who went to position? in July and August will earn $60,000 in their first year after leaving school, and this is almost $50,000 more than they ever made in any other one year. In other words, by taking a business course by six. A course in Bookkeeping, Shorthand, Stenotypy, Telegraphy, Railroad Ac they multiplied their earning-powe- r counting. English, Penmanship or Typewriting can be completed in a few months. Write the School for Its Catalogs, Bankers Books, Ti Wrf1irfiit Stnrv of the Para- ma Lanal. Rate-Shee- ts, Photographs and Other Information. feet sunied. In 1S99, the United States dredged to a depth of forty-on- e Leeallv Dead Men congress created the Isthmus Canal and two miles of this section An aatonj8hn dccl8,n ,la8 b- I Commission, to examine all nractlc- - has been- - cut through Io -- lying land hBndcd down ,n ur, Now jnr mare than 400 years the vis- - able routes and to report which was to the. entrance to the Oatun Locks, , ft Mch wl Boncray dtatUMod la jr.a canal across J.ho Isthmus of the most practicable and feaslblo for- where the ships arc raise, In three lcga, clrcIca Sn feet a canal "under the control, manage- steps, to a height or elghty-rU- e ,. ln th UmU fbnsAsa has fired the imagination ment and ownership of the United above sea level, into the great body . domned cu of th. says Frank Parker oC rto nord, V" VV., States." The commission reported of fresh water called Oatun lake. , ucUon waJUn hU apeoJ to iJtVHrBrtjcHSo in the December num- - two alternate p ans.one for a canal the New York Supreme Court. He T Foimlar .Mechanics magazine. 3Jer- These Gatun Locks arc not only . - at Panama and the othr across Mc- unI "JHhk wltlon became a realty on Occntn. f but to- . aragua. It estimated the cost of a the .argent of their kind. ,n , bee dccon ho JuBar M, 191J,. when President .. . largest mono- - . .Panama caal at $1o6,3(5,2oS and of gether comprisce the -.. .... ...U ....w ..w . xttn: T&iLKn, n the White House at the Nicaragua canal at $200,540,000 iiiiuu uuucreiu Biruciuru oer uuiii, " liUI- ...!,. i been granted a license to marry withTOasiVmcton, pressed a button which from New exceeding In volume the givat Asso- out the necessity of securing But because the route a ditiKiO. Sjb electric current 2,000 miles York as vorce. to San Francisco wuold be sev- - uan Dam and bilking two-thirKxl tajAfxlo forty tons or dynamite way large as the Great Pyramid, which eral hundred nilks shorter by -In most all States Imprisonment for .rajVisi iJow up the last barrier to of Mcarasua ,and considering exlst- - Is still the world's largest masonry llfo la A lf'HJll pmtim! tn-- illvnn.!. Istn- waterway acrcss the 2rr.t structure. Theso locks, like the ones uut to marry Ing French concessions In Panama, without being legally TUIA. K I. r. I. K1fAr at the Pacific end of the canal, are A,m0aln busted!" exclaimed the " ,'" Nicaragua rout was more built In pairs, so that the danger wlaratwl RrvfllH n 1.1 utvmivnnttnn. . nrt!Uijit, . as ho pressed the tc.egraph that under the circumstance. from accident Js halved and the ctfl- - t desirable 'a(1 'rs- - Ucckcr applied for dUorce v Sit. The casualness of his remark .. . . report was to In- - ciency doub.ed. Since So per cent of ' ,, xwns. a. irJbntu to the engineers of the ocean-goin- g ships are less than 600 duce the French Panama company , been granted. That she should desire v tSxtevLX States army, to whom the to offer Its concession to the United feet ion, and It would bo a wasteof , , u undcr of the canal has been sunplj States for $40,000,000, In January, TlSn r I"0. thC, circumstances seen.s svry strange job" in the routine of their vvv ; iuueiKT lock for 1902. The Isthmian Canal Commls-resisEj nork, and one that called for slon advised 5ta.Ncach lock Is provided with in- De;ker may bo elcctrocute( the purchase and ,, hands or special simplicity, gress authorized the president to buy termed ate rates, so that any one of dejuh 8ntonc h t SlufZuA easel to iiass through the all the property of the Panama com- - lve different length, ot chamber may ,, - of fe lm,irteoiimoilt of ne lllay 3jbujs Culebra ,, including a majority of the be used, m all there are forty-si- x , 1a ill- liardoncd whIch , b. let 1,anj'' xa' nt ti r ',. These are stock of the Panama Railroad com- - lock gates at Panama. ale but not ,m 1!(J- - , gucn jvater. was an ordinary row-ju iifc and to obtain from Colombia made of s eel plates reeled to struc- - 0VctU h wo(jW fc frc lny, fac h,g laot. iriile a bumbo but useful tug- - len tttal control of a strip or , and tural steel frames, and so strongly ... V Uv. ; , n.hA, hlloK,, U MkWI.4l. ttUTLUlU htam W23 the first craft of any kind s,x mil?s wide, through nu which to nave iney oeen Qf n th. ia jaJe the pab3age through the build the canal. Co.ombla refused carefully braced thatsirucu largest so, liaMeil 0n b of ho ,h court b trfmtt. tCSitun .Locks. wclghlns 1,483, ,00 iounds. t Jg control, but In Novem- - the.m, t th on,Jrul of th,8 knd vraw.e the work at Panama Is still t" Brant this . ,jer 190; ten months later, the state drops less than of an -. . U1U onilni? fpm .,, - 1'1 , . i..u ... ... jci. .1 ,UT JiOXLU i Uiuai " i.. v lale nnision 01 tno supreme court iWi-d. Spanish explorers the tlrtt tk eet from 1U pintle, or hinge The usuaUy "olds, and ,f u does Jn this Wlth,n, a nl0'lth a trMt' wfjua-lfeyis today an accomplished J."LC7 Z TZ gates iIs 118.488.- l ro-ui;;:, ,nstanoo a new ,)roccdcnt wl ' bo JTj. For me first time since the been "Elated with the new 100 pounds, and their cost.lncluding States eaKnp,, wlth some j,v in the -, , . ... nuuuAuns rose from the sea, there is ,cn c?troJ c' a stri" of future will unquestionably precipitate , JLk otlinuous water passage ttuiusauii; f u u .... . ieu nines wiue tor tiie purpose oiu;t . . """t "v" uncomfortable comp'.ications. U JI t M..IJ.-.UUnC UO .tlVEb u. cana1, .IIII0 Th'e French camPau''i l,roP-- i Ve3se,13 wlH ,bQ Hod or lowered In Th, lntertcronce of thla dectoton li'bca' s day can already be Cisiif icf . the ocks at the rate of three feet crty wa3 bousht and' in t,,at ZiiaUnd from ocean to ocean a minute, and the total 1904, a commission for the construc time for g0CUrlllS a dlvorco lf her aiI8band I 23, 1513, Vasco afct. iSeptember tion of a canal was appointed. In passing me uatun locks win oe ,la3 becn 8entcnccd to Ufo lmprUall. 2NUxs.x de Ilalboa climbed the peaks May of that year, work was begun about an hour and a hair. Ships mcnt ,f ve sontmco xe B.f Continental Divide and d where the French company had will not be allowed to pass through h,d , hQ ,livad thp Pacific ocean, which he own power, tor In June, 1905, abandoned It. a tne 10CKS unuer In boon This iuMd ""The South Sea." From board of consulting engineers was fear of damagingtneir lock gates by another Inference hascase drawn last the New York settled naTfe BaILkxi stood his new ocean apiwlnted to consider whether the collision. week, in which the court directed 2aj? liipct'0' south, because ot the canal should be at sea level or with the issuance or a marriage license -- hikaiMd twist of the Istmhus.whlch In Gatun lake a ship may steam to tho wire or a man who had been elevating locks. Jrjrtajii Xhe Pacific entrance to the to Bas Obispo, where It enters the sentenced to life imprisonment. The rskttaS not only southward but Culebra Cut. The channel through only difference Is that ln the last and most difficult the Atlantic terminal. When Thq greatest' speed for twenty-fou- r miles, case all possibility of an appeal was problem which the American bulld- - at full ilx-KUof the discovery ro.)ort 's the lake is not a straight line, but eliminated while Becker still awaits jriafiKvd Spain, it was aocompanlcd ch of the canall had to solve was not passes around and between many is- the finding of tho higher court. one of engineering, but of health. v xecoinuiondatlon that a canal lands. It Is marked by buoys which It Is' difficult to resist the opinion int. Mimedlatoly dug across the Isth-- 1 Under the French company's opera-ju'- v aro to 'be lighted at night, in fact.:tnat tho Now yrk urts havo 0 explorer What the had In tlons more than 60 per cent of the wm rather enure lejigui 01 vne far ,n the8Q declalmSt To Tvaj a canal, lor al- - workmen were continually lncapacl-v-wi;- n uie so brllllanty lighted ascanal xiui to mako;hold that a conviction, even while be In one year the .Leonardo da Vinci, the great tatod oy disease. the passage by night almost as Bafo vprRa tn hv ,h JIUZSLM iwlnter-englnee- r, had resent- - death rato among them reached 60 as by day. The Culebra Cut, nine court, vacates the marriago without per cent. To Col. W. C. Gorgas, of iy :o:uted the Jiydraullc lock now ml'es long, through the mountains, further action reduces the binding was ln-- l xwunoMy used for lifting vessels over the Army Medlcar Corps, the most dliflcult part of tho quality or marriage very seriously. trusted the sanitation ot the Canal it hal not become widely canal construction. It seems far more logical to think alluring as It one. Recent medical research had iinovT&. Hottover, the courts should require the wire to - proved that yellow fovr and malaria ar.i:tfxl ha canal project was disAt southern 3jiIusI. Accordlntf to somo lilstoriana alike were transmitted only by nios- - Cut the tho Pedro end of tho Culebra apply ror a divorce before he gots Is Miguel Lock.wlth release. j.ljAl-l-t-. . nr lnl fl II fiVxJ fl fl (flt l"l rrKT- Q rt r (Sl I Tj"wl It.ntnl. Mslllil a "" of fee fu,r lnchf8' A sanitary corps, tho main objeet or of Quit Calomel; it Is dangerous. Try pro- shU passing through .,..,. U1the church. .. To the h... ,..n . o,..o... , ..... ..... .. . ,, !U.- uiui uny biwbiiw Grlgsby's "";, that two to r.U;iX. If Cod had Intended the 'lulto and every fly on Isthmlus. cel ..,.-.- ! - .Z, ImT ii..- - j.uif bu"iut.i...u w jiw- nuaii-wiiii.ijuiuii uuuiuur iuiu, m,j .., .no A .1 rilll tlM ffiFinl jHHA flp.ltfl Kltrt (im4h 4rt flrtiif .inAna H.a duco even better results than calomost .W American M. created a channel' l loer than In abovcmaln mel. It 13 absolutely hannless and jTWX. cities. pleasant to take. Any child can take ' Having made the Canal Zonoasafo fea Jovol. At the lower end of this oIt with safoty. Ask J. II. Williams, lane aro mo jurauores locks,V .UscoNory of gold In California l'lac ' which to work, the conimls- lD2y n.,.t ,,.n,i n n lar In every respect to thoso at Gat- - Hartford, Ky. a. X&t& was follow oil by a tremen li,,n unnt un,except that they are of but two iiv Ancient Alphabet. tJm wrduino of tratflc between tho couirnrtRhinfnr nino inri,-WhM. n8tea(l of thhS. L 1 piling J The ancient , ! 8tei'S tJ.n l- fn Agujr.Vb: niui l'ncltlc coasts and for Olinrton. Arabic alphabet con 'down throuh these a dlstanco of sisted of 24 letters, to which four fiTlwtia eare practically nil of tills constructed at a number of conven D4 8 lnches.tho ship finds itself more have since been added. feet The avili'it Has by way of tho Isthmus, ient polnts.aud for them aried men In salt water and at tho level Turkish consists of 33, the Russian of lUiutina rallroad.opened ln comfortable houses were provided, aaln 'niui: - 39, mfiitanrv ,1. of the Pacific ocean. Here a chati- the tho Spanish of 27, the Italian of 20, i3.1J tiy Anierlcans under a concos-sin- ii and thn cmnnilssilnn'a Latin of 22 and tho French of 23 'cet wlde anu olSl't miles 50, tho republic or Now Gran-tiii- i. partment arranged for regular shl-"9- 1 Utters. , loKS !eads to deep water and tho mont... of trA ,.nti" ,i,ih eaiw known as Columbia. The open sea. ejj.-iiUioand aurves for the rail-ra- sold to tho employes at cost. Nor How's This. was the social life of the workers work tliat Is said to have We offer One Hundred Dollars Re- Croup and Cough Remedy. . ujwf too llfo of a human for ovory tlo ovorlcoked. Club houses wore built Croup is a terrlblo disease, it at- ward for any casq of Catarrh that .f J a much more accurate knowl-.t?4i- v and furnished at the principal settjo-moucannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh along the route of tho canal, tacks children bo suddenly they pro rtf tlio tojKjgniphy and geology Cure F. J. CHENEY & CO., Tolo-4- p tf 5te lxthums tlian had previously mostly operated under the direction very apt to choke unless given th.o Ohio. ijhk available. President Grant.ln or tho Y. M. C. A..and a little later, proper remedy at once. There Is We, the. undersigned, havo known F. Va. .tiskd congress to take up the women's clubs were organized In the nothing better ln tho world than Dr. J. Cheney for the last 1C yearsand bemsCivr Mt a canal. The, only aotlou principal towns. King's New Discovery. Lewis Cham- lieve him perfectly honorable ln all wan. ja .resolution providing for an o business transactions and financially iiy officers of tho navy and The canal IteelT, from deep water berlain, of Manchester, Ohio, writes able to carry out any obligations .th atioii of a commission, In to deep water, Jfl fifty miles Jong. about his children: "Sometimes In made by his finn. 133. tn t enslder their reports. Then Its general dlrocbtlon from the Atlan- severe attacks wo were afraid they Waldlng, JCinnan & Marvin, Whole.j ltijr, two, tho llepubllc of tic ontrrnco to the Pacific end Is sale DrftgBlsts, Toledo, O. grjnUl a concession for the from northwest to southeast, the would die, but since we proved 'what Hall's Catarrh Curo is taken InNow ' ajjstctnictlf n of a canal from Colon northern terminal being about twen-- a certain romedy Dr. Kind's ternally, actios dlreotly upon the i c euauna, the terminals of the Patt-- .. o and one-hamiles farther Discovery Is, we have no fear. We blood and mucous surfaces of the cullnjwl, to Lieut. Luclcn Napo-- li west than th southern entrance from j rely on it for croup.coughs and colds." Testimonials sent free. Price SDunaiiarto Wise, an ortlcer of tho Pacific. The first seven miles of So can you. 50c and J 1.00. A bottle 75 cents per bottle. Sold by all drug- r'Usjf IV'.'m.'U unny. tho canal, beginning at the Atlantic should be in every home. At fell gists I X5S4, u new FYench company end, aro at sea level. Five allies of Druggists. II. B. Ducklen & Com- fTake Hall's Pnmliv piii tr mn. vaa ersanlzad and work was re- - channel, 500 Xeot wide, hav been .nany, Phila. St. Louis. stlpatlon. m m soa-lev- ej J Yk SEE IIIM FIRST! Before the fertilizer salesman arrives, k t y,MT dealer and explain to him that you ill not buy 3 tier cent. gwl that contain only 40 pounds of Potash per ton. snow mm mat modern, promaoie icrmiicrs contain irons 5 to 10 per cent. Potash, anil that the composition of crops and the etTcct of crops on soils rrnuire that , the per cent, ot l'otash sliouu oe m Increased until It Is s great as, or greater than, the per cent, of l'hos- phone Acid in the fertilizer. It is this grade of goods that pays you and vour dealer best. The quantity and quality of the crops are better an the actual plant food ants less per pound. Writ tit lor Fnt Bock with JtVI v J I fTlJ ".1 !T m w ft H u V, .'..,.., A I Wo will In ;. I "i.:Ws ,.,,.,.. .' - "" ar Profltsbtt Formulu trll tnu Pnttth Silt orquanlil if IromZUJ pounds Wiiit lor prices. KMIN Mil WHM. Itc 42 Inuivtr, naTiri McCtn'tl lltti,CtiJf,m. HI Iran lilf. BO. SltlUM, (nsi'sllc-.llMliB- u.. ,.,. WMIItf CMDM U Ctlilsraij lias tlSf.lfiDritus St. lit Intel 1 1 JarX T ,,,,,, 1 1 1 1 hb ,,, Starck Pianos .BBvX No Money iuAdvnucB lion SaliHfac Gnnr-anteod 1 ., -- ,...,, one-eigh- th .,- 1 ' ,,. f" . l8.,0' "f ",'''' .-. Foot ory Pricon E a n i eat Tormis A SI OO to P. A. STARCK PflKSIOCNT LowenlNet Saving of Pary. S200Frr From (ory Direct cf-rc-o. rwnrz- - dls-Ftf- for 30 ilayH' frco trial. In your that ou will play upon, use If. at the end of that time, you do not nnd It the JilKlieHt grade, sweetest toned and finest piano In every wiv, that you have ...V money, you are at norfrpt iihrtv - -- .i seen forthe ...mi- event, pay the frolght both wajs. This Stcrck 1'lano must make itood with vou. or there Is no sale. i- a beautiful SUrck Piano Jf27?.:.Ni2ifii?p",n",nt .AL' we ask ship you 30 ,?'"DAYS' FREE Sav TRIAL WAll ih..i, ...... $150.00 ar Mart at cast-nKiA4- cf prices that aate yoj umrardi of Slfio.oo in (hn cost of your piano. We guarantrc to furnish you a better piano for the rror.ey than you can rcure elsewhere. You tre auurn ol ntcivlng a aatiafactory wect tbned durable high grade piano. 25-Yaar We ahip direct to you Irom our factory, ntlMt ttrmi err (ucg-rstn- l by plino roanulaclurrr. Theie tenm ire nrrancl t ult your ronvrnlonrt, nl It It mulbl for you lo liy a plino tor yotir liotnp. without inltlrir tb' mowy. ct, Toa pty no of trial. ou can Em down, txit 10 chbrln pjymrntittrr tho days on low. Pavminlt J Guarantea -- sea-lev- el hii-hn- Kvtry Starck Tlano li euarantecd for 15 jrin. Thla piarantre liai back ot it our J5 yran of piano eiperlmce, ord the irritation it nn ol 1 citaMiv'ml, rnpomlble piano houie. 2nd- - Hand Bargains aiarcx Bi Playtr-Plan- 50 Frat Musts Lessons To every parchaer of Starck Planoi, ws give tr.M inu.lo leMona. in one of the belt known achooli In Chicagor Tbeae leawna you ran take In your own home, by mall. This representi one year's free Instruction. We liave const.! on hand a large Lumber f tlilitly used and second band lanoa of oM rtandard nuVes tal.cn in es clnnKC for new Starrk l'iar.oi ami riajrr-T'anoThe tallowing sre a fesr (ample bargains) Websr s Stelnway Cblckcring Kimball $110.00 9300 9003 95.00 195.00 Starck I'liyrr-l'laiKar th. best ami moat txauti-lu- l Player l'lanoi on ttus You will be inar'.tt. Willi Uie many (raturrt of tbm won.lcrful Inttnimrntt, and will bo plcawd with th try low prion at which can uo accurcil. ii Piano Booh Fraa Starck Send for our latest complete second hand bargain list. i -- I 1 -l iTi tnix dw - - ho !!.. - ..",' TltTn ZiTt"? .... P. A. STARCK PIANO CO., 1343 Starck Bid., CDICAGO iixlav for our new rratitlful!)' Illustrated plana book which plvcs you a large amount ot information rcgirdlng pianos. This hook will interest and please you. Write today. or ...".'." ,... .- frt,r Lr . 'SsaBsM-'jsMHJsssssssst- ' -' J ys. .biBibiiiiiiiiiii. SBfasTr raBrPVaaHaMLllaBSlBBBBBBBBBBBBV iv"JT'SlSSSSSSSSSSSSSsl Mk A tn a yru IBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBSljaSIJJJJJjrillM aisa9aaslBBBBirrimill 11 llMJinjrm mm 'af l m MM m mKaT n, ts fort lk TJW Jtsmfitarfcws Cmho Will Boost Your Shooting Average you ever used. You take a shorter lead angles Dotneryou less you get more birds. The ataeerl of aliolla it J... - .U jI to the way it compresses the smokeless powder nd keeps all the punch of the explosion right behind the -fi'-i-.. if I lining NITRO CLUB Lind 5tI SHELLS OT J" "W and Speed Shells this season; TpAe your bird quicker than anythey get the load to other shells 'i hot, where it belongs. 1 lf Bys-tor- n. Cart Remliton.UMC Steel LSe4 Speed StU. ol tit breast dealer in your section. See tiwt the Red Bell oyer box of shells sad toetadlice you buy. asavk u on Remington V? Brosdwsr Arras-Unio- n Metallic Qtrtridie Co. 7 Nsw Yerk s f" i EDK.W. sMltH. Prtn "' ii -- - H. D PAYNE, Sec and ,,..,.. Trea. J 8. LEACH, Manager. Talking About People. i . CONSUMPTION AND THE GOSPEL Religion and the White Plague. Sin'a Relationship to SIckneat and Death "The Wages of Sin Is Death." Man's Battle Against the Curso a Losing One "In God Is Thy Help." The Result Will Be Glorious. Now York. ". I'lftor i" i m jSHHBwHI.!BBLIaWtlHtMijEHBLf!sM Pi mm. $HSOZ oyi-M- Uiisxull, spunking from tlio tilutforiu of iliu new City Toiiiplu ton C'll llOIHf, IIIIIIOIIMC- - sMllBiaCg'i. llMlaMlj"TTSTJ?7iiiiiV gUSSELQ nncl the , Ills ciinsc sorrow of ln:irt." wl his text from LuvltlcMis 2(1:1(',: "I will uvun nppolnt over you terror, consumption, mill t li o 1) u r u I u k pliiKiie. ttuit slmll coiisiiiik licfori'l the movement nnlnst consumption, the white pliniuo, which he dechireil Is niinmilly sweephiK more millions Into topic wns chosen In harmony with zrR2alBillK';rK,45iB? 'MBitV CvHsilLCiiHiiiSV f 5 r rmraa?:rfT'-;,-iK"x.J.i:.,..i- f &tsS!Qrismf4m3 Wf'TffW WP1' ji r ...';-i.j..if- i, '",r.r x ii. n. A . v; isjtaww: 'i1 jt",-';- v 'iJit-y'- -- .? .J. jUii''17mK3FS Si WEmfti flrr i m.-tJ- ? f -- . v yj ft la s i vJ'J jftr 4' T .j THE E. W. SMITH CO. Incorporated. Owensboro, Kentucky The Largest Complete House Furnishing Store in Western Kentucky. Everything in Furniture, Carpets, Rugs, W'nJovv Shat'es, Matting, Lace Curtains, Stoves, Ranges and Refrigerators shown in large varieties. ONE PRICE and PLAIN FIGURES IS SMITH'S WAY. WRITE US FOR CUTS AND PRICES'. Prompt Attention Given Mail Orders. :v (Mention The Republican We Pay The Freight. r I We ? To The Readers Of The Republican Many of you do your shopping with Levys, ef Owenshoro. Those, of you who do appreciate the values they constantly give ' and have always found thjera just in every dealing. To thfse who do not know us we can merely say, that we give the most value we can for the least money and strive to please you from every poinj of view. ask your business only on the point : of meriting your confidence through good treatment. Just at present we are conducting a sale on Suits, Coats, Dresses, Skirts, Waists and Hats arid this will offer you an opportunity to test the Levy values while the price bar- rier is down. t Our slogan is well 'known and true, read every ad that appears above' it then you will surely r 4J 4 Get. The.LEVY HABIT.;; It Pays. A It" i. . MV ? . X. iaXUa, a g tfiMV the tfrave than lire nil the world's wnrs. While the I'nvfor's commission Is to prertch the Oospel. iwveithelcss. since It Is the lh hie arrangement for rccov Until this year Repairing and Dye-- f cry from slu mill death, he considered Collitr's has been It eminently proper to call attention ing fold at 55.50. Now to the ravages of the white plague as the price is $2.50 Ladies nndnehavc secured pait of sin's penalty. lie would not he a concession where- understood as meaning that nil conby wc can offer it sumptives are especially sinners: for at a ttill further Hats Cleaned some of God's most saintly people have reduction in condied of consumption and other ailRepaired. nection with this ments. The I!edeuuer Himself died of publication. I Work called u ruptured heart, n disease not unSpecial Offer to Oar Readers known to medical practice. Tile speaker declared that much conKcrosmzing the creat demand for Colliir't at IK Club fusion prevails amongst Christians rethe new price, we have made arrangements to $1.00 effcr it and our vwn publication each one tar specting sickness and health. True, for the price of Co'Wtalone. This is a limited we have file Itlhle Instruction that cfler and must be taken advantaec of promptly. ' slckue'xs Is a part of the death penalty What You in Collier's Hartford Pressing Inherited from our first parents on account of their disobedience. Vet It CalGtr't is the one bic. independent, fearle-- s (lUNTIIKH BLDO..CKNTEK S31 weekly of the wl ole ccuntri. Not only is it the seems natural to think Mint after we pood citizen's handbook but it Is also a i have turned from sin and have conse- carrier" magazine for the uhole family. Amonc the HARTFORD, KY. Ihincs that a ) car's subscription cives crci crated our lives to God, He would reAfter these words are spoken she store us fully to everlasting life and runs out of the house in great hur1000 Editorials a 600 .New. Photo happy conditions. When we (lud.that 250 Short Articles ry and goes down the street laughing noine of Coil's best people, including 150 Short Stories I 100 Illustrated Features and talking in such away to Mrs. tlie Savior, the Apostles and the Proph2 Complete Novels ets, have suffered. een unto death, I lolenmn that no one c er In the world l and that none are immune from this would think that she had been Baying Collier's Buckbee'a "Full ot Life" Northern Groan penalty, n perplexity arises Mint only 111 of an) one. pedigreed Seeds have a reputation of jSpninMal Hartford Republican straight. the Itlhle sets Juccessful seed growing behind them. It rupaM There is another kind that doesn't Dlant the best. much as she throws out a Seasonable Specialties: The Old Covenant and the New. talk as v' BEANS The Pastor then discussed God's Cov- hint 'at every opportunity that does Italy. Earliest Ryd Valentine . . f J jo BirAaSi ft Refugee-xt-ra . . f.2j lMalny I Early enants with Israel. God (lrst niinounc-e- more real harm Mian If she talked Railroads of the United 'States an- New Strlngless Green Pod . Jj7a2irf ,j to Abraham His ultimate purpose a lot 'nually consume 'wore"- - than 2,700,000 Wardwell's Imp. Kidney Wax 3 XctOSB! 1 Davis New Whte Wax . . 14.75 csnffl of blessing mankind releashig them Then there Is the holy terror kind gallons of water for ach 'mile of Curne's Rust zToof Wax . K; BtxalidP; from the curse of sin and death. God ' . who is Mio terror of everyone. The line. PEAS Extra Early Alaska . . . ! 9 EssAeS did not Jelaii how this would be kind tl?af Svllf repeat every little thing A complete cooking outfit for camp-tha- t New Early Gradua '. . . . Jj j B4siiS i done, except that It would he through , Horsford's Market Garden . J3 is said In her presence, and not era, folding compactly enough' )to be Abraham's posterity, or "Seed." Pour Buckbce's Lightning Express JsxtBuaaal ft.i Ana. ift J!.V only that, but will put a lot more carried in a coat pocket, has been 1 !&.... L. M.ut handled years later, God pioposed to ds. Plants and Bulbs at lowest growusppTKea. the Israelites that If they wished to to it, tellins that as the gospel truth Invented Send for complete catalogue or suboua a X key, Which may bO 'used repeat- - ivour requirements and wilTqnote-pricInherit the Promise innde to Abraham, also. lly. has been invented for equal the door was open for them. God en So we all can see bv these very le'red Into n Covenant with them nt brief descrijillons that it is a very Ing all thq contents from collapsl Mt. Pinal through .Moses. In tills Cov- wise idaii ' neer to tall; about our bio metal tubqs. ISUiRucibeeSL, lUckfort Stti Fanat. RiaMsnsVI enant Israel agieed to keep the Divine neighbors. We may be the first talkins abouf What is claimed 'to Law perfectly: nud God agreed that If inpttiotl for jilatlng ttli tlio bist of Intentions, satisfactory they would do so, He would bless them tlicm XJZX&RZS3X3!tZiX!J)HiUZr) It iiliimliiuin upon Iron has been inand RtlU wo nover Know how with ecrhistlng life and empower . them to save the world to help man- will bo ri'iK'atwl to the 0110 wo :ero vented in France. sneaking about, nor never know how. Japan's rice crop this year Is kind out fiom under the death-cursAND CURE TKE tURPCK Israel failed to keep the Law per- much grief and sorrow we may cause tmlated at nearly 203,0:5 1,000 busltcls, fectly, as liod foreknew. Later. God by a few simple remarks. a i2,uou,uuo-ijii3iiincrease ove; last promised to send Messiah, who would It doesn't take any inoro time to year. , piepaie a Feed which would, with talk Quicker adjustment is c'almed by S in a kind manner and say run nn IIIiu. constitute the Kingdom of God. people ili.in the Alabama inventor of a garter things about pleasant and bless mankind. It docs to talk In a rough way and for men with a flat hook instead of Our text Is a pait of God's message to Israel. In which He ns.siires them say unpleasant things about them, the usual loop. ROUGHS ESfrAjast by that If they would keep the Law. they but it most assuredly does vay 'OLDS Trial DoiUc Snti AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TnOUBtSS. kindly attltt.de the people Mho Dr. Hobson's Ointment Heals would receive blessing),; but that If the Itchy Eczema. have1 they were disobedient, vmlous sick- wo have spoken well of will GTJAR&NT.VED S ATISFAClt Tho coifstantly ItchlnK, burning 6?n nesses would come upon them. As for toward us. OE, MONEY REETJHDEDl. satlon and other disagreeable forms other nations, they were not In coveIt causes much Jftirm and mischief or oczoma, tetter, salt rheum and skin nant relationship with God. but were to bo always trjing to pry Into tho eruptions promptly cured by Dr. Hob-son- 's uibject to the mutations of their rtyln-ot others, besides it doesn't J 'oudltlou. All mankind are under the business Eczema Olntnijnt. George W. show right good geiife and judgment, Fitch, death sentence, till dying Jiistly-whetof Mendota, 111., sajs "1 pur- LIV-VER-UIX Wo shouM shun and avoid thoso I i.l.nc.Ml it Imv nf 1 llnlicnii'a V.fVim by hunger, accident, white ' persons who are trying to ran their i plague, black plague or other ailment. ov- liim Ointment. Havxihad hczciuu The Pastor then demonstrated that neighbors business or who to oto all, Christ's followers nro not exempt from titer tlmo to seeing Ua. hap feeMngs theu nllments. They have entered n which thoir curiosity will Paus,. ono ,)0X or Covenant of Sacrifice, exchanging all Wo should shun such persons as If, Uoaon.B EcMMa oiirtment has." earthly hopes for Heavenly ones. Only uuauiy uuu;uf;iuiio j.Kvcry sufferer should try It. Wo ro those who die with Him to the earth iney nail suiuu somoUitng. ly nature will live with Him on the disease, for they havo It will help you we guarso poslH Heavenly plane. Pew seem to have far worse, and that is a tonguo that antee It or money refunded. At all d sword, noticed that Jesus healed neither Him- Is sharper thai a Pfolffir Druggists or my mall, 003. self nor His Apostles. Miracles of and will causo us much sorrow and Chemical Co., Philadelphia and St. healing were performed on outsiders, bitter disappointment us havo any Feel right nil tho time. Don't fc? triC ui Louis. from work for days by taktnK ctiumel with n view to evidencing the Iteileem of our wars. Homo and Farm. keeps jna when pleasant er's teachings- - and. as St. Paul declare. Bound to Get Him. on your feet, while relicvingyouj;tiGi-led, even these miracle ceased after takp-- Ditrt: husband) "John, Wife (to sleeping Safer too, and easy to Constipation Poisons You. the Church ha'd been established. If yon aro constipated, your entire I hear pussy mewing to get In." "Hang take anything else. You can't aurA astThe Gospel Respecting the Plague. system Is poisoned by tho waste mat- It, Mary, 1 just let the brute In." it. Eliminates poisons, eleansesA esfc-ur- al The Gobpel Message to those smitten ter kept In tho body serious resulfs 'Well, then, she's mewing to get out." ern and relieves constipation. in itsaetire Kzca remedy, natural -- Llfo. with nny of the hundreds of forms of Pbo Dr, King's New in its effect and certain ill rcsoJCc 2t death, said the Pastor. Is Mint the pros often follow. won't be long before ent life is only n vestibule to u niHre Llfo I'IUb and you will soon gtt rid Did you know that Calomel 13 completely ilisplaco calomel in every glorious life, an nuterooui of prepara- of constipation, headache and other efhome. Children can tako it froeFir xud or by Jlercury, and that its mcreurious 25c at Drue-gistEvery bottler tion and Instruction, before entering Ltroublcs. tho system, whllo with perfect safoty.1 In bottlea. jrwcrw ruin KJaae nnteed. 50c &nd the life provided for all who nre will-Ju- mall H. K. Uueklcn & Co., Phlladel- - fects will vc- Is puroly s cenujn0 without Jho likenes3 and soat-to accept It on Jod'H terms through phla and St. Iouls. in. etablo. and can bo used wun per- - turo or. U. JU urursDy.. ror saiany the merit of Christ's sacrifice. Thus, Ask J, H. Williams, J. II. WILLIAMS, - HarUord. Kr- feet safoty? as St. Paul declares, the Lord's Mes-- l lD2y age speaks peace to troubled humanHartford, Ky. FOR FLETCHER'S ity through Jesus Christ, Lucky Meeting. ''ihe broad Gospel Message, while It I I've been Angry )nvestor-r-"Wel- l, ,1ms only one offer In the present: time. )ut and seen that building lot I bought Assures us of n future opportunity for jf you." heal Estate Mnn "You'ro Some Postscripts. all. iThose now ueeeptlii;; G,od s grace lust tho chap I want to ee. What are (ulvllegwl to beewne inombe.rs of An Australian 1ms bcon granted a loes it lookailk?" Puck. the Church of Glory. Others nre lis United States patent for a process Hured that there will be u resurrection transplanting living Hair ' upon -- nn flppoiTunlty of, rslngi tint of i?ln for f" Succeed when everything else KSa. 1o hii'man perfec- bald heads. uul death conditions I Tho Norwegian g0Vcrnrnit Irds'cU-tabjlshe- d In netvou3 prostration tind feosaU.M tion 'fills vlil not mean mi escape wtni;rjese tney aro the oui)nrii.v i a censorship" ilf ' liwtW.u. ' lor Infants and Children. frouTtlie penalty of wilful sin In .the jemedy, as thousasdj have teidftttLpresent lfe: for the Divine Lu.w.ix picture ftlma Intended for publjo ex- TltfKW You Havi Always Bwih, FOR KIDNEV,LlVEBA?f aiiffcr. Those hibition. Mint whoever sins shall - STOMACH TROUBLS who Imve'lviiown tlyf.MnMer's wlynud I'rcuiortionutcly uioro. American nill- - Beam the ; H- - k the beit roedlcino ever tMS fnlWd. to d( If wlltrjeelv.e, mqie, ji'ejMC, ltaj:y.ultttora havo, bj'd, MlJ.odjUinW ,(9iC,atureof vv, m u w,a. a www.a.v.. JtiI(H'S than will otlicis. -- nr-thwe. of any othyr, natloa , exopt" I don't inenn to step on anyone's corns, nor run over their feelings If they happen to have them out In the big road) but still If anything Is said that fits exactly you, don't rniso a ' howl over It. There aro several different kinds of people Mint talk In as many different kid of wayB about their nelwlibors ami very close friends. I am very well acquainted with one kind of talkers, and that Is the kind who will holcmnly toll on that they neier talk about anyone, and nil Mia tlmo they will be saying something Ike the following "Now, there goes that .Mrs. Hole' man again today. 1 do declare she i docs beat all to trapse about of nny one in this towi. Of course, I would ' not tell nnouc but you about this, but as wo have alwajs hern great' friends I deem It my right and difTy ' to tell J on what kind of a person. sho is.- - And of all such cooking ' as she docs have. Never ccolts any pies or cakes, sajs It Is hard on pco- Iilo'ij stomachs, but I think It Is , harder on her trlfllngncss. Herhouso never gets a cleaning up but once a week, ami she calls that a thorough dialling; 1 believe that is what she mimes it. You tiner saw nnvono in jour life as bad to talk about folks 3 sre Is. The other day she came over here and talked about ever) one In this plase. If you knew all the things she said about you a be qute there would ' certanly war of words. Now If I should go and tell every thing but you know I neier repeat what another ono sajs It is a blcsshiK I dont talk about my nolghbors, and nm gush a peacemaker when difficulties conic up between thorn. Xow don't repeat a word I have told you. I wll tell you a about everjLody that llvCs here if you will promise not to hint It. But J must 'be going now for I see Mrs. Holcman conlln? down the strestnnd I want to tell her that she must be careful how sho talks before that Mra Grey, for Mrs. Grey is a regular naws I i I I WHY NOT. MAKE $200,'"' A MONTH - - Tfaft one. Salesman declare our proposition one of r the bet, clean-cu- t opportunities over received. Without prevloux experience YOU enn duplicate the tuccetn of other. Our handsomely Illustrated catalog trill enable Toil to thn tulileet tnnna. tomers In ns liitercMliiff a manner an tliouch you were TitlotlnR them through our factory. Men appointed n tnlefimn receive advice and lnttructlnn. for ellimr .nfi-- ni.ln. conylnrlnu tRlkinj? points which It la lmosillIe for a propectlvo cimtomer to deny clont YOU be the llrnt to apply from your vicinity before someone claeKctsthe toxSUwj We can favor only one talesman out ot each locality. Thea'tli company waa celetrtfi wtr (actory In thn rrorld- - Xnge-awantonry-maklnie tirer-en- m SSO.00 a Week, almost STO.00 a Day? Selling Victor flnfes and to merchant, doctor, Inwjerx, clcr.tlMaboira and nhnmrnlloilitiii' of atafp, but do not know Iioivrnnyltistoown flrc-pro- annlrerrj'itr . V'i ii mk ' 1Wit mm1 rendered ltnecewryUeVMnM-ou- r output. We many tlioiisandaotdMltrnrn-l- n rRlii) our snlea orffutirwJMrf'. but to learn nil rartlcatarJsr will cot yon only the a postal card, Ask for Catalogue lieclal men rly aelllnfr rterirptlvor lodw-nriu- ke 'I sieT . TST. THE VIGTG8 SAFE & ' LOGIC SO. Our New Home. Capacity 20,000 Safe Annually. CINCINNATI, 0! Collier's The 'jj HAVE YOUR SUITS National Weekly First Time I Cleaned Si in Clubs i Pressed r I neatly done. work given special attention. a for delivered. month. rate per Gef Ghli (jp)U SEEDS ' - N d ; I J WSa&TCSS."0 52at iils H. W. BUCKBEE be 3- KILLiCOUrS$ ei w,PrJ imw 1F0RC si iscovenr r her ,,.", 1 USE J For Lazy Liver and the Troubles ot Constipation. ax two-edge- I g Grli-'Bby'- ax Children Cry CASTOR A CASTOR A t. . I Electrl Bitters - ' t t .v X.. ! .rr-- hi. t'tlW A Chester Council who objected to the course the selling and slaughter of AN ANTI-FARM- ER presence of a negro. It may be "for calves will cause higher prices of tho promotion of tho peace and welbeef later on. In the same way the FREE-TRAitmurMl atcordlc to law nt the l'oMoflkv hilling of shoats TARIFF fare of tho clf'y for Cochrane to and disposal of fnrl, Ky., aa mull matter of th recond hens will raise the price of hogs and withdraw. Hut such a manifestation rlaM. of raco prejudice can hardly promote eggs. Tho basis of output of whatever product should always bo con- It Reduces the Price of What the the wclfnrc of the city. .Where two C. M. BARNETT, Editor & Proprietor races must dwell together a little served, thus equalizing the force of High prices supply and demand. Farmer Has to Sell' but Not j wlMiiighttu to be fair and reasonable Address all communications to will not long prevail vvhero the deeven fiencrous goes n Jong way to-- i The Hartford Republican. ward making conditions agreeable for mand is met with an ample supply." What He Has to Buy. all parties, Hartford Herald. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS j The relntlnus of negroes ami whites Moral: Instead of smashing the Anhnrrlliern dwlfltm the iHer rent tn h new Tariff to make things ch?ap stop Tho Coming from Inspired sources '" 'ventucuy, inKcn by ana lare. arc drift niBt plvc the old nildrr In tniiklnx the killing the calves, shoats anil hens. In Washington J Jho reiterated state- agreeable, mere nro lew vvor.ny reqoeet. white men who do not number nmong Cnaollrited mnnn.crlpt" will not e return) d See? ment that the Tnrlff bill ohImw Arotnpflnlel li.r mtMffe. negroes whom will rcduco tho cost of living. Tho thclr acquaintances will receive no Auoiijinoiia communication Argus most duvoutly hopes this stale- - they like nnd respect. There are few Another View of Woman's Rights. attention. ment will come true, but can f liitl t wor,."y ncroeus who nro without a An Interesting case has 'been ap- absolutely no n of white friends nnd rE-Pnoi- TE. aiuso far believing It. Io"E " pealed from Ohio to the I'nlted States with whom they enjoy the contrary, prices of narli SZi.-rSupremo Court which will teat the turcd Hoods are advancing and there continuously pleasant relations. WlO question of woman's rights. will bo less money In circulation Hhould nnyono feel ngrlcvttl because FJUDAY, DECBMBBtt 12. An Ohio milliner lins appealed to to pay them. il section or a city occupied jarMUJ know whether or not woman is ch- The situation In Fergus County can by negroes returns a really represNow that John Whalcn Is dead, a tlteld to a fair field In her Indus- be likened to that In nil farming entative member of tli City Council? trial competition with man or wheth communities of the United Shelbyvllle, our nearer nclghlior, great man was he. States. er sho must bo subjected to the re- In Fergus County tho estimated yield has, like Winchester, a iviiislderable e laws which deny of wheat brought Its The Christinas turkey problem Is straint of owners about negro imputation. Councilman Itnx-tc- r, to her tho rl"ht of private contract $350,000 loss approaching a crisis. fast colored ,sat in the City Council than It would have nnd the privilege of sailing her labor for many years with no resultant flouronly the tall end of In the market on such terms and con brousht If tho old Tariff hud remainIf that was diminution of tlio dignity of the the Colorado blizzard we arc glad ditions ns her judgment may approve. ed ln eslstcncc. Tho present Tnrlff white members of the body .Ills inno . bill Is a Free-Trad- o bill on everywe missed the head. The suit grows out of a recently thing a farmer raises. Canadian cent enjoyment of, and pardonnblo hot-bre- ad law which provides for the wheat, Argcn'.lno By the way, how would It do to enacted cattle and Austra- pride in, his role In public life, were better protection of female labor. The lian sheep can be sold In dimakjo your friend a aluable Christthis coun- si i ikxl upon good naturedly by tho law was passed with an honest de- try as freely as tho American pro- wliitc population , Democratic and egs? mas present say a sire on the Part of the legislature ducts. Owing to our Geographical lo Republican. And the hldolgos of Shel What has become of John Lind? to protect women workers In every cation, tho price of Fergus County by arc as Intolerant of any suggesThere was nccr a wheat Js dictated by the Minneapolis tion of nice equality as those of Is it not about time for him to hast- way possible. Courier-Journen 4o Washington and tell Papa thought of depriving woman of her market. Approximately 15,000,000 bush , CIarl; Wilson what a naughty boy Huerta natural privileges. In order that wo els of Canadian wheat already have inmen workers might bo saved from J?? Owensboro Optical House. been sojd In Minneapolis, with evunnecessary hardships tliq now law ery i'i. r "ii "Ja i prospect that there will be double Hartord, Ky., Nov. 1. 1 have used " When that relic of tho darl: ages, limits the hours of her labor, It or treble thq amount. Canadian wheat is, forever banishplaces an arbitrary limit upon the also has flooded every other Am- felaBaos made by R. C. Hardwlck's capital punishment, ed from every State in our Union, timo she must give her employer and erican market, It being tho one fac- Optician, Owensboro, Ky., to my enas I will be In time, there will be ho cannot, under any consideration, tor that has depressed the price to tire satisfaction. His house and HIP,- no necessity to petition a governor compel her to work beyond tho work- Its present low level. ichlncry for making Jpiiaoh aro the to spare, a woman from the gallows. ing hours prescribed by tho law. iWlth the old Tariff in effect, Ca- most compile In the State, and he It can be easily Understood, the There is no need to urge us to advantage of such a law. Many manu- nadian wheat was not a particularly employs none but experienced workdo our Christmas shopping early. facturers have pursued a relentless disturbing factor in tho United Wal- men. kins and wife to Peter Parks by doed Bank of Hartford, ' mortgago In tho The question Is still on open one, policy -- f making their women em- es, it was sold largely in Liverpool , held by K. G. U.irr.w of record in said office In deed book sum of $ C. M. bARNETT. as to whether or not it may be left ployers work overtime and this Is and naturally cut a figure in tho , held b) th- "F" page 3S6, which was willed by and mortgage of $ world's market, but tho local deoff entirely. Petcr Parks to Daniel Parks by will 'First National Bank of Hurtfonl, K why the present law was enacted. mand und suply In tho United Stat A Predicament of Tariff Tinkers. of record In Ohio County Clerk's ofSaid sale to bo made on u credit But there Is another view to be es wero not materially affected. Wiith Among tho many New York DemoAiollglsts for the failure of the fice. Another tract convejed to Dan- - of six months, bond with approved" wotaken of this law. Supose the ilFree-TratLe present In .wheat, tfie Democratic Tariff lawt o reduce the lei crats who have been indicted for Parks by Chas. Alexander by deM security required, bearing interest at legally collecting camimign funds la man Is wllllnff and .anxious to work millions of bushels from Canada have tost of living seem to be driven to of record In Ohio County Clerk's of-- 1 tho rate of C per cent annum Irom the Dodge, the State Chair- overtlmo In order to ncrease the am- had a decidedly depressing effect. making curious excuses. Ono stateArthur A. flco in deed book "G" page 81. Said 'day of the sale anil tuning th forev ount of her salary? This Js neural. One of the lowest estimates man. He Is Indicted on two counts is a ment put forth Is that prices of com- tracts containing 430 acres more or and effect of a replevin bond. lor having received campaign, con- Almost anyone who works is willing reduction of 3 cents per bushel. If modities havo not been cut down to less. Same land convened to W. B. T. 11. BLACK. S. O. V, corporations, 'last to make a little extra money when this estimate Is correct and Fergus any extent because foreign producer Maxwell by tributions from deed of record In Ohio year. What Is the matter with hav- the. oportunity presents itself. County raised 7,000.000 bushels of long County Clerk's office Jn deed book Under the Ohio law it makes no wheat this year, tho raisers will re- believe the new act will not be ing another Congressional investigaIn force but will be superseded by a No. i, page H!3 from A. L. Morton THE BEST UNDER THE tion? is it possible President Wil-m- d difference how much a woman may ceive $350,000 less for the crop than law advancing duties. Hence', it is and wife. Said land then bolng concanthey would if .the Canadian wheat areued, comparatively few goods ar veyed by W. E. Maxwell has overlooked a good point like desire to work over hours, she and wifo not do so, for her employer violates had been subject to the old duty. being Uito? lniortcd and prices at home to .Mrs. I. M. Stocns, A. 1.. Stevthe law when ho permits hrr to do Fergus County farmers seem a unit remain at the old love. This is ens and W. N. Stevens on October Wo must score some Rood points so. in thinking this a high price to pay special pleading extraordinary, it tho 11th, 18S7, by deed of record in The brief of the appellant resorts for an alleged women (who for those which disregards the fact that there was Ohio County Clerk's office, in deed strong lauage In denouncing the Is Free-Tra.spoke before Congress last week. to only, on thoj products an enormous influx of foreign goods book No. 7, paKc 488. Said land then Jfct - law as -- . u. ji.rary, capricious and of the. soli. was pointed out that a vast maas soon as tho reudced rates went convened by Mrs. I.. M. Stevens lo jortty of the women who take ad- iuJIical (.ossification by which It With this shrinkage in receipts Into effect. And It is nonsense to A. L. and W. N. Stevens, May the vantage of the ballot. In States seeks to bring persons engaged in and which possibly may be a half assert that foreign producers are In- 11th, 1903, by deed of record in Ohio where it has been granted, are of certain specific occupations within mlllllon dollars to Fergus County, different for the reason that they ex- County Clerk's office In deed book foreign birth. Also that In California Its provisions, while it leaves large comes the statement from every job- pect a roturn to higher duties soon. No. ai, page C&. Said land then consimout of 57 cities and towns voting on numbers of others enflgaed In bing source that prices on manufac- There could be no revision upward veyed by W. N. Stevens to A. I,. the liquor question, 37 voted wet, ilar occupations free from the op- tured and imported goods are to be with tho Democratic jiarty In iower Stevens by deed of record in Ohio and that In Los Angles the vote was eration or the act." Further, it is advanced. Will readers of the Arus at Washington, and even should a County Clerk's office in deed book No. alleged that those who are most re- stick a pin In the statements that 3 to 1 in favor of saloons. Republican House be elected next 31, page 1S2. Excepting 50 acres from sponsible for this class legislation the Democratic claim of lower costs Of course if I simply year it would bo powcrlss to effect this sale bounded as follows: Begintalked President Wilson mxay be the boss are tho agitators who resent the wid- of living beause of tho new Tariff any marked change with a Democratning at a sugar tree and Beech on "Best" you would bo Justified In Congress, but when a large dele ening sphere of woman's Influence bill Is not a fact at present and that of ic Senate and President Wilson blockthe lank of Rongh river corner to not giving me your trade oa fVed. nation of women called at the white' in useful employment. it never will be a fact if coupled ing the way. Tho truth is becoming Mrs. Yelser farm; thence S. 34 W. but I recognize that In these strenudays ago, in the inter-e- st case of sex with the Joss in receipts to farmers. , houae a few It does seem to bo a more and more evident that the re 207 poles t otho corner of the Armot ous searchlight days ( of woman suffrage he showed the distinction. A man is permitted to Lowlstown )Mont.( Argus. I MUST MAKE GOOD,-- J sult of the new Democratic Tariff so farm In Mrs. Veiser's line; thence yvhlte- feather. Ho is sure afraid of work over hours and receive extra You know good Fowl when you sew far as it conorns pries of commodi- S. 72 W. 40 potca to a stone in Ar. petticoats. When they asked his aid, money for his services; a woman, Removal Notice. ties Is very dlsappontng po those who met lino; thence N. 54 K.207 poles to It as well as I do, but you will novr could only ure under the law, cannot to this, altho he answered tliat he I have moved my office from the promised and predicted great things a beech on RouKh river; thence up know that I carry such an excellent jroch congressional enactments as both may labor side by side at the in this line. The specious reasoning said river with its meanders to tho quality unless you let me show you. party platform called for. He same business. It does not seem ex- Ohio County Bank Buildin?, where his employ to "let themselves down beginning; containing 50 acres more took, good care not to tell them how actly fair. If the woman desires of I had been for the past fltteen them easy" deceives nobody. Troy Times. or less." on tho question and brave-Jyi?- )' her own volition to earn extra money,1 years, to he stood tho now building just across 'Said land levied and subject to a i hid behind tho skirts of his she should be allowed to do so. The Produce Merchant on Centdr street, where the V. M. High Livirg With Lower Ccit. mortgago of $2,000.00 held by the party. This may account for the Pres HARTFORD, - KENTUCKY C. A. formerly was, and will ,bo glad Tho high cost of living is largely ident's "do nothing" policy in the less Wool, Less Meat. situation. It Is not in his to see my patients and friends at my a problem of making the farm pro- Mexican Tho diminution of the suply of new location. duce the living and a surplus beplatform. American wool and of sheep for food sides. And tho cost will alwajs deI desire to express my sincere pend The new board of Counollmcn and purposes Is clearly foreshadowed In uiKn the manager, Influenced, the Incoming Mayor aro proposing the following dlsiatch to the Phila- thanks fqr tho liberal iatronage of course, by tho season. One diffi: Dai which you have given me in the culty has been that the living standeouiethlnK new In tho way of a sur- delphia Ledger: ; past and as I am now better equip- ard has becji too luw rather than prise lor the citizens of Hartford. Los Angeles, November 3. F. J' The streets are to be worked and kept Hagcnbarth, president of tho National ped and better situated, I shall try too high, as tho economists tell us. clean. If true this is welcome and Wool Growers' Association and one tp give even better service than The averat-'- farmer does not produco valuable uows for all of us and puts of tho largest sheep ranchers In Am- ever. enough of tlw "good living" proRemember the location, as It Is ducts, consequently he is not ablo a good tuito In our tmouth3 toward erica, announced today, that ho would The now get out of the wool business, as u leas than one hundred feet away to buy them. Such products as pork, the 'hew administration. from tho ono formerly occupied. Mayor, that is to be, and all thq result of the now Tariff. beef, mutton, fruits, vegetables, milk, Respectfully, Councilmcn have contributed a year's His 100,000 head of sheep ho Inbuttor poultry eggs und dozens of J. R. P1RTLE, Dentist. salary for street work. Wo understand tends to sell Immediately, at a sac- 20t4. thlnfts that make living hjieh In the d also that several of the old council- rifice if necessary, rather than concites, but wheh can be cheaply Straining At a Gnat. man, have .donated this ear's salary tinue In a business "which can only on tho farms will solve tho Inasmuch as tho prospect of har- problem for you, Form and Ranch. to tbo good cause. This is gratify- bo conducted at a loss, thanks to ing, and our officers should have the tho political toadying of President mony In tho Winchester Council was hearty of every citizen Wilson and his Secretary of State, remote because of his membership, Sheriff's Sale. V Horace Cochrane, a negro did well in Hartford. Our streets and street W. J. Brian," as ho put It. By virtue of execution No. U1S di crossings are a disgrace, and only Industry In to resign. But tho white members of .. "Tho Ulo. Loan 4..II i: fc' .. Uie City Council who felt that they rected to me, which Issued from the the, fact that tho city has been with- the United States." said Mr. Hagen-bart' -- Films Circuit Supplies, and out funds for somo time has pregoing like "will henceforth be a farce. would be Injured by sitting officially clerk's office of the Ohio Xmas vented sever criticism. Our Btreota 1 have been In tho business since with a negro member of .the body Court, In favor of T. II, Wallace j; J against .A h. Stevens for 156.86 and ;: at a gnat. ain b trained need many loads of rock, and there 1872 and have a ranch on tho line of have J In the main business All countries maintain 'diplomatic CO ots. cost, 1, or ono of my deputies, -are side-wallino of more than 6,000 handled. Have a of ectJan of the town over which it is acres. If any one could nvako money relations wth all other countrcs, re- wjll on' Monday the Cth day of 'Janu;: too, and if you buy a a disgrace to ask, or ex poet a lady out of wool with this now Tariff in ceiving their representativA'wIinout ary, 1914, botween the hours of 1 m at our, line, you will to walk. If those who .own tho prop- effect, I could. I understand posit- regard to race or color, and nobody Js o'clock p. m. and 4 o'clock p. front, ively every phase and vagary of the Injured, Assuredly every element in the Courthouse door In Hartford, tOhlo -- 'where. you missed erty which these side-wala mixed population has a right to county, Kantucky, expose to public will replace, them In the. spring, we game. But It Is impossible. sale, to the hignast bidder,, too follow'' Arid oay you had better hurry, for feel uro that Jhc. example of the "No American wool grower can representation in ".'overnmont it folks are is to be, real, Of course, ing described property, (or so radch oKy dads will bo followed by other compete with the Australians and bohjur tue cream oi the stocks. people and that enough money , may South Africans. Hera we have to con- any reasonable fear of, .the bugaboo thereof as may be necessary to satisof "negro domination" is sufficient fy the plaintiff's debt Interest and Iw forthcoming to place our principle tend with the Wgber cost of help." u4 rfA.wIti . ' l to make man's government, for Wood ww w-w- v ,0 wix&A In good ropajr, regardless of MBB m 1 "Three traces xtt land In Ohio osunvl fsaij , -- I is thicker than water.'' 'tfutMtwwas 1 77r V IV--I t tkwleAed city treasury. effort und We need more brain ,be VI T. physical exertion ont Mr f Tw.b The not a question of negro domination ty, Kentucky, pn and near the wtfpn t ;; convey w a bitt- of itegarfvt,r: 0n.nu A CHAMMOFTilME., Reliable Jeweler and Optician averase nma woHcs too lots ' and th Winchester. It 1 1! ' by (Mre Madlaoa by 't&tsac&linea pjopk fail to Jake into thinks too"lWUe, tare thinking, to er of representation. It aqsm ratter Dantel . . jtbe-,--. Ohio. County Onxk'e ,. nAK I deedo,rocord'iB upon KENTUCKY. 0B9tmt the rule of supply and do- - many tnntarxxg, wpuld njAk.bewolk a pity and 'ass: & jortty that a- - view w narrow was offu,indsd bk-- r' -TBirr to figuring on the hi"h prices Uffeter, the crops lJartr and the profW Another tract conveyed by 6. L. Haw- taken by the members of tJM W Of it twtlgr. Try H and report ruWs. product sowjMia. $. ,jBB)fi ri rtTord Republican. DE ROYAL Is the Housewife9 s Greatest Help. appetite I BaKino Powder WHAT so tempting to the as a Antl-Knrin- er nJ-O- iinniifac-m,a,n,inc- cs light, flaky, fruit short cake or a delicate hot biscuit? man-mad- short cake, biscuit and muffin, and improves the flavor and healthfulness of all risen Royal makes the perfect foods. do-se- al and short cake more gestible and nutritious, at the same time making them more jtractive and appetizing. Royal Baking Powder is dispensable for the preparation all the year round of perfect It renders the biscuit, I foods. de Si ant'-suffra- se Free-Trade,.b- de - W. E. ELLIS (i A Will Will Please tie One You Wish to KODAK pro-due- Please tie Most. wool-produci- h, Idaho-Mount- most magnificent Jewelry we ever lot newest things! numerous to mention, t present before seeing see it. hot cakes for and they are presents, also carry the t pyi . ', I out! sm . was-merel- y Ik we '!."' rUHP, m'n,;;,;. rAp'' , 'Mt Mtt.MMftCftfttfMM.a'? A .t-.. J' 00000000000000000900000000000000000000000000000000 Bring urday. . I. . .vw, UIO ..children to Fairs' Sat - 'UfnnnDnilf A ' lN i UHlPfllt nuuununr nudum ' FALSE PROPHET Xmas Opening & rj Mews, "fcrlt Martin and Cai. Davis, Beaver Dam 3, atd us on appreciated call dtirlnfc the week. K. 1. Barrycs & Drp., Heater D.1111, present an attrnclho .(.'hrlHtmas nd. on tho. eighth pae of this Issue. . .Mr. Owen Hunter spout several dajs hunting, and visiting relatives and friends near Snialllious last ?: Promised that Lower Tariff Liv- Would Reduce the Cost of ing, but It Hasn't. Saturday we will have on display our entire line of Holiday Goods, including a big stock of Toys for the Children, as well as a large selection of substantial gifts for the older folks. We invite all Fathers and Mothers to our store. Bring the Children, as this day will be de voted entirely to showing you our immense stock Don't forget the day, SATURDAY, and remem- 1 ber that It Pays To Trade With A House That Saves You Money. yVjyv yjTO 00000000000000000000000001 )" Jz6b BIG EVENT-SaturdBe there. .Meet mc ay J Hartford Republican. t DECEMBER 12. at Fairs'. at Fairs' Xmas opening Saturday. M.R.&E. Kailroad at Xa. J Dr. J. n. Plrtlo wont to Louisville Time Table Wednesday. Hartford, Ky. Saturday a day that Fairs' 'want it dally except Sunday. Swellest line of Fruit BaBKets you North Bound due 1:15 p. m. ever saw at Ller's. dally except Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John T. Moore have Nk. 115 South Bound due 8:45 a. m. dally except Sunday. returned from Lousville. M. 113 South Bound due 1:46 p. n. ISanta Claus will be there. Will dally except 8unday. you? At Fairs' Saturday. H. E. MISCHKE, Art Everybody will be there, why not you? At Fairs' Saturday. No. 114 N. N. time card effective Monday to enow you." Aug. 21st. IA. peep will convince 112 North Bound due 7:19 a. m. Fairs' Saturday. you. See i: ;i i v- pr .. j .! your Xmas plans settled by shopping a,t Fairs' Saturday. Everything necessary to make a Fruit Cake at Iler's Grocery. One entire floor at Fairs' devoted to Tojs. See them Saturday. arlety of Big lino and great Canned Goods at ller's Grocery. Mr. Thad Barnard, of Island Stain Hartford UUs week. I have just received a large tion, Mrs. J. G. KeovMi entertained tho line of Ladles' CJub Wednesday afternoon. The children wilt enjoy it, so mill you Fairs' Xmas opening Saturday. Mrs. J. c7 Riley was stricken very suddenly with paralysis Wednesday inornJnf. Don't stay at home. You will be lonesome. Meet the folkB at Fairs' And respectfully request Saturday. Sunday for lu-ievlll- o Pop Nail you to call and see the Miss where sholeft visit relatives wll largest and best line of and friends. Shot Guns, Ammunition, Finest Jine of Caudles, Nuts, Fruits, and other "goodies," at &c, ever brought to Cocoanuts Uer's Grocery. f Hartford. j Celery, and everyCranberries, Goods the best and thing needed to go with Jho Turkey, . ' at ller'e Grocery. i prices the lowest. l'hlpps will leave in Miss DenUe i a few days for Henderson where ahe 1 ' will visit relatives. t The Ohio County Drug Co., will have a large display of Holiday . Goods In a few days. When father went to school 25 grocer, C. Her, ,tbe J, HARTFORD, KY. j ears ago ho walked a nille and carhas tho finest line of Christmas ried a dinner basket, and hta school goods he has 'ever hkttdlod. life was something real and aoane-tbln- g Mies SulcT"May:Twlll"lie In a New Books In ller's Library. earnest. Today bis son goes to "- few day' for Fort Arthur, Tunas polytechnic, hit-- school a mile away OpaaUjrat FaliwV Saturday. Xmu where ahe will v(lt relatives. to which bo rtdes la a Btrogt car-aJ. C uppll Tree CarUtmaa very fortu- back. too. And does he carry a luacn Mr, A. Ikr, nate In finding a large pearl while baaketT Oh. no. he geta'sla dfaatH feer. Vergi) ' In. f HopklaavMte. aaUug oysters a it iwbar'iield by at the cafefcvla which 1 a puvot u th auMt '...-!.- . ana daucnur, we jacuce as tn .4i k. uuurca wk. 6 bulldlMi. NaUOm iwwf too tsod . .. C STZm "V- -. ' . ! lm !!" wee.k. nvaCMT-U. y9UBpWMMPftUe. ! auv' nw iW. Hi, 1 J t GUNS! GUNS! Got fSMkHPr vj Guns, Ammunition, S HOT GUNS, Rifles, Target Shells, Hc. U. S. CARSON Grocoryman , Agnes Craig, wlio has been When Secretary of State Ilrjnn was tho Mitst of Mrs. Maggie Griffin, roturtiul to )ijr home In Ensor campaigning, In New Jcrhoy ho said: "The new Tariff bill lias been pass1 hursday. ed; it is now in erftct. Ilao jou Mrs. Dr. Slmlta. who h.us len tho beard of a panic resulting?" guist of her parcnt8MAlr. and .Mm. Not jet. Neither huo we heard J. 1'. Sanilerfur, has returned to her of the cost of living hikliiK n tumble. homo In Pleasant Ridge. Wo were told repeatedly, when .Mr. Mr. Andrew Glenn left jesterday Wilson was seeking tho nomination morning for llurrishurg, III., where for President, tbat the one suro way ho will be ciuplo)ul as bookkeeper to bring down the price of foodstuffs for a lare mining company of that was bj reducing the Tariff schedcity. ules. Ho made it known throughout tlio Judge R. It, Wedding lias returned from I.ouIsnIIIc whiro I10 attended country that If the people scut him tho Second Annual State Conference to Washington and ravc him a symor School of County and City health pathetic Congress, ho would see to officers,, which was under tho aus- it that no tlmo wus lost in putting pices of the State Uureau of Health. Into effect his low Tariff ideas. Ho was sent to Washington, ho He also attended the County Judges' Association. Uoth meetings, ho re- was- given a sympathbtlc Congress, ports, were a splendid succes in and tho Tariff sshedules were hewn to tho pith, but who luis heard of a every way. The following high school pupils reduction In the prico of tho necesin Hartford College are on tho honor saries of life? Is It not a fact that in the past roll for tho term, having made grades averaging !j0 or more with no Brade sl months the cost of about everything that a householder lias to have bolow SO: Hlnton Leach, Berry D. Walker, Alice Fester,' Lurene Col- has increased? What are your red meats costlns lins, Eveljn Thomas, Pearl Sando-fu- r, Mazlo Clark, Mattlo Duke, Gor-i- n a pound todaj ? Just as soon as the Flcner. Norino. Harnett, Raymond new Tariff bill was passed, It was announced with a great flourish of Nail, BesJic Hudson, Geneva Drown. trumpets by the friends of Free-Tra- d that carloads of beef were being Yur Liver Iicks Grlgsbj 's Try a bottle today. Satisfac- shipped to this country from Canada tion guaranteed. Ask J. H. Williams, and that shipments of beef were com. ' Hartford, Ky. lD2y Ing here from Argentina. Everybody rejoiced, because they For Sale or R it. saw the price of steak going down; A store room next door to Bank but Instead of going down It has of Hartford. Address Box 23B, Hart steadily gone up, and we are now told that It may reach the pitch of 22t4 ford, Ky. $1 a pound before It stops. y In Master Commisioner's Sale. The retail price of eggs Philadelphia and New York ranges Ohio Circuit Court, Kentucky. from 75 cents to SO cents a dozen, R. Duke, Plaintiff, and the tendency is upward. vs. The prospect Is not a chcrful one, Ex parte, Defendant. By irtue of a Judgment and or- and the suspicion that the people der of sale of the Ohio Circuit have once more been bamboozled Is Court, rendered at the October term, dally Raining strength.Trenton (N. 1913, In the above cause for the di J.) State Gazette. vision of proceeds and costs here Moving picture shows and illusin 1 will offer for sale by Public Auction at the court house door in trated songs at Dr. Bean's opera Hartford on Monday, the 5th day of house every Friday aud Saturday January, 1914, about 1 o'clock p. m. nights. New songs and .new pictures, upon a credit ot six and twelvo and a fine evening's entertainment r ,. jnonths the following Hescrlbed prop- for 10c erty, tow it: Two Policies Contrasted. A certain tract or parcel of land Germany's limitation of the output being and lJn In Ohio county and state of Kentucky on the waters of her African diamond mines in orof Rough creek and bounded as fol- der to prevent a decline In the price Beginning at a susar tree, of precious stones is in keeping with lows: beech, mulberry and ash beginning her general policy to maintain the corner to No. 11; thence N. 50, W. profits of her prod uoth e industries. 200 poles to a black gum, 2 hickorA similar course with her potash ies and sourwood, S. W. corner to mines has made the whole world conNo. 11; thence S. 25 W. 170 poles to tribute to her fertilizer monopoly. 3 beeches In Berrynian's line; thence Her high tariff on sugar and other N. 74 E. 135 poles to ithe begin- farm products sustains the prosperi ning, containing IOC acres, be same ty of her farmers and has Increased more or less. BelnK same land deed- her domestic food supply in twenty-fiv- e years from 05 per cent to 95 per ed John Davis Duko and .Mary C. Duke by Washington Duke and wife, cent of her consumption. recorded in deed book 11, page 220, Ohio County Clerk's office. Great Britain likewise permits her inter diamond mine owners to combine to Also an undivided one-haest in all the oil and gas underlying uphold prices, and she subsidizes the same. Said Commissioner will of- her shipping which she has learned fer said oil and gas rights and land 8 rice the defeat of tho Spanish Armafor sale together and will sell said da In 1588 is necessary for the mainintenance of her power as an Insular land and one undivided one-haupon imports for terest in and to the oil and gas nation dependent sustenance and upon manufactured ex thereunder as a whole. The purchaser will bo required ports and trade conqusets for com to execute bond with approved se- mercial and Industrial gain. curity Immediately after sale. France and Italy each levies a liro- This 12 day of Nov. 1913. toctivo tax upon grape produote.whlch 2213. are their staples of agriculture. E. E. BIRKHEAD, ' Master Commissioner. a Tho United States, which for Barnett & Woodward, Att's. hundred years has protected manupresAs usual, the place to buy a facturing as a means of stimulating ent that will please that loved one yot maintains under most, la at J. B. Tappan's Jewelry industry, even 21t2. tho new Democratic tariff a suffi and Kodak Store. cient tax to prevent destructive foreign competition, but at the very mo It's No Joke. Slnco the new Tariff went into ef- ment when her agricultural products, do fect Canadian cattle hae, It Is said, begin to fall within or below been crossing the border into this mestic consumption she exposes thtem country at tho rate of a carload an to lie competition of the world. Other nations protect equally or hour, which probably accounts for the Breat reduction In the price of equitably all their sources of pribeef which we. are now enjoying. mary weallrt and their agencies of Huh? Well, we agree wfth'ou; It's prosperity protects onjy the United which have reno Jokp at that. Philadelphia In- States industries ceived the greatest benefits from quirer. and now takes from thoso Habitual Constipation and all liver which have received the least bene,- by using troubles can. be cured fit the 'small aid they have, enjoyed Ask J. II. hitherto. Grlgaby'a UvVcr-LalD.2y Williams, Hartford, Ky. br-lf 1 lf x. Week. Miss SHi'L P'v MHBKMEraS ' T infill - 1 wbB HiRIS PRESENTS IN OUFt y''WJ(mgiw SToRE-I- WONT BfcEAKWTOBur A THETM ETITWEIR. KBBB VEHAVE hOTJOF NICE" CHFUSTAAS HAVE RIElS'OLVET-- ) i LOOK,. IFYOU HAVEN'T YET DECIDED WHAT THE LOVELY THINGS WE'VE GOT. BUT YOU'D BETTER. BE QUICK ABOUT IT, AJ 5oME ONE MIGHT GET THE VER.Y THING YOU WOULD HAVE PICKED. OUT. THINGS, PRETTY TO GIVE, COME AND SEE I i PREJENT.5, YOU WANT, JEN-5IBL- GIFT.S IT'-- FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY. IF YOU DON'T SEE WHAT JO To 1 WE HAVE THE VERY THING THAT WOULD PLEAJE THEM THE MoJT. YOU KNOW OUR. PRICEJ--WEL- L, THEY ARE IV ST AS HoN-E- JT AS EVER. AJK FOR IT; ' 'i CARSON reduclne prices to consumers. Reduced to a comprehensive form of statement, it may be said tbat the United States is protecting manufacturers and consumers and is letting producers take care of themselves, Announcement is made by the beet sugar manufacturers of the United States that they will cease to operate after this year becaime of the reduction and ultimate removal of the duty In these enterprises amounts toJIOO, 000, 000. We cannot help wonderlnff why they should have been treated with less consideration than woolen in and cotten mills, particularly view of the fact that the revenue from XpssA f ioom Mtti puu jcSns more than the revenue from manufactured woolen and cotten goods, and tho further fact that free woolen nad cotten Imports would have Bav ed the consumers many times more than free sugar aud free wool. 6a CO. INCORPORATED. Hartford, Kentucky. ill lilt M. A. FAUGIIT, Atgr. HARTFORD, KYiiS Factory ReprtatnUitive. for High Grade, Pianos.- Planer . Piaiicl and Oraars: LATEST SHEET MUSIC, I S Write Us for Catatojws rrices. i fc EasyFayoeits. i CHRISTWAS TIMES i Are here and when you visit Owensooro don't fail to see i STEITLER HARDWARE CO. For Toys, Dolls, Fine Cutlery, Rogers and Yoir Rex Silver Knives, Forks and Spoons, Tdlet Manicure Sets, Nickel Baking and Chafiig Disk-e- s, Coffee Percolaters and thousand other, things suitable for everybody. PRICES RIGHT h nd crryirwa of-fcl- a ,, m ...... 1 " All European nations durlns a per-io- d varying in each from a quarter to a half century, following the Germany, lead government aid directly or indirectly, to agricul tural economies by providing means of agricultural credrfand cooperwtlve marketing, while the United Mates uM41"now. has promoted agriculture oulyvin o t'ocreasing proAucttes wtttout nsard to loereaa, )toot ot of profKs but ratker-wM'ti, , " a- - "' :; V y .. Steitler Hardware Ge, owbnsboho; pc.y; 10 W. MAIN SORBET- - 'i w YfJt '; ' 'V K. Wmmi4Wi fy r- - ty: C. G. Davonport, Warren count). . N. 1, 1 town lot.... 10.42 Sanders, Mary, 37 n... Ohio county officers L. B, Tlch .""JM C.2C H.S2 Wilson, Hjscr, 57 a Olvcns, Levi, 101 a Oh.1 County cnor, President; Henry Plrtlo, See By virtue of taxes duo. mo, fi.fil N.O. Hawes, Ollls, 1 town lot 1a Jone?, Thos., retnry; S. E. Bennett, Treasurer. Sheriff of Ohio county, Kentucky. Jones, J. V 10 a .. 11.20 Circuit Court T. F. Btrkhead, COUNTY" BOARD OF EDUCATION. 5.85 Allen, W. E 59 a 100 a Hawes, Sam H Monday In JanuI will on the first Judge: Ben D. Illnco, Attorney: W. Henry Leach, Chairman, Hartford, 0.S0J Likens, J. It., 1 town lot.... 5.G2 llcan, .Mrs. A. L. by C. I). Ilean rarrot, Sam, 50 a. ary, January fi, 1914, cxnoso nt public Ross, W. C, 35 a 33.30 P. Midktlf, Jailer; E. U. Barrnss.H Ky. 4.21 . 7.28 Penman, Frank, 1 town lot.... i t t5 II I 1. L. B. Tichcnor, Hartford, H. V. eale at the court liouso door In Hart- ltnliortson. 1 A.. 2 a 10.14 Clerk; V. K. BIrkhcad, Master Com8.02 Robertson, It. I)., 1 town lot.. 3.S2 Copase, W. AI., 100 u..... missioner; It. T. Collins, Trustee D. No. 5. .ljf ford, Kentucky, between the hours Smith, S. 11., 80 a'. 5.00 Jury Fund: T. H. 11.43il)iiii.il, U. C, 25 a K 1 town lot.... 8.S5 Roue, O. 2. E. C. Hartford, Reynolds, Ky. , Black, Sheriff, of 10 n. m. and 2 t. in. tho following T.ttl'lJiiiu, Wesley. 125 a........ 11.71 Hartford. Deputies S. O. Keown, 3: M. S. Pattorson, Olaton, Ky. 7.l Raines, Robert, 2 a ...... .. - .umy. i. ; ' nson, John T., 2 a , y.30 Beaver Dam: G. P. Jones. Route 5, janus or so iiiucu morcoi us 4. B. L. Alford, White Run. K. 25 a.... 5.U Foul, 10. Stewart, Charles, 1 town lot NO. 10 Stil.KCT. Earp, Hartford; W. 5. Richard Plumtncr, Taylor Mlnee, necessary to produce the sums reSSI r'tiii V'ntino ftvaf C.Miitiilni Roslne. Court 1.35; Join. sen, Jcsso It., 30 a.... 18.40 Trail, Virgil, 1 town lot Albln, J. H., 200 a In lilitiin it quired, viz: 130 "a 5.42 Mlllir. J. M C.12 Wakeland, Geo. C, 1 town lot.. iOt J niifl rnttf lllllna Duke, J. II., 40 n ,..,, .w.....HU tliinn U'nnK'u HU weeks; fthird X.tt lilril NO. I EAST HAHTFORD. 1 town 10.1)0 Williams .Mines Amusement Co. Mitchell, Arthur, lot.. 0.30 .Monday in April, two Kmbry, I.. 1.., 70 a. t11.00 Bozartli, Clayton, 25 a. 4.33 Mommy in October two weeks. C.C2 Self, A., 3 a 1 town lot 7.52 j Embry, M. J., 100 a 'Ji'O'JJGfiai'DiViAX ... . mi County Court It. R. Wedding, Crabtrce, V. U., 5 a. 10.23 White, C. C, GO a ll'j.Ml'jUIUWlX I.OU, hnibry, A. N., 5 a .U, JU niumi.iinfnt. Judge; W. S. Ilnslcy, Clerk; C. E. 23.83 Duke, J. I)., luii a 0.50 0.70 Wilson, E. E., 25. a 4.95 Barnard, L. T., 10 a.... Geary, Arthur, 12 a Smith, Attorney, Hartford. Court 8.1G May, Van, CO a... 10.17 convenes Young, Jim, 75 a 4.05 Dexter Heirs by Lon Everty, 17 first Monday In each Morris, J. W., C a 11.42 125 a Moseley, Delia, month. iS.SiS NO. 23 BUFORD. acres ...;.'...'... 3.25 i Miller, C. F 45 a 40 Quarterly Court Begins on the Miller, J. M. ast. 10U a. 5.05 DoJson, Mrs. L. V., 10 a.. Hill, IL J., IS a Attorney NO 11 HORSE BRANCH. Law ml.t Alfcn, John, 80 In February, Maj, Kichardson, J. 11., 45 a. li; . fourth Monduy 100 a',....'..-..- . C.22 James Mattle Mnddox, 2 a.... 1. 83 Ellison, C. J a. ,.',. HARTFORD, KY. Sullcnger, C. II., 5 a 4i French, Mrs. Amelia E., 7s a 5.90 Maddox Heirs by W. C. Bolton t'nnrf nt rlnliiiu I'nnvfinno flral 'Allen, S. S 5 9.SJ Shaver J. T 15 a 199 a, 1 town Tuesday 'in January and first Tues- Will practice his profession In Ul 3.22 Jewell, G. W 10 a 5.77 E. E 45 a Baize, and adjoining counties. Commercial N. A., 30 a SchroauVr. 27.17 day in October. lot 4.35 Maddox, .Mrs. Meele, 95 a.... 25.10 iBovd, Warren, 40 a.... Other County Officers C. S. Mox-le- and Cr.mln.al Practice a Specialty. Schroader, N. A., 10 a 12.71 W. II., 115 a 3.9.1 Pltlllpps, A. F., 2 a 6.S2 Mayflclil C. M., 40 a. Surveor, Fordsvllle, Ky It. a... .o.jDehnrt, N. A., 90 a Schroader N. A., 17 &.; 11.20 Smith, Mrs. Savllle, 37 a... 0.12 Ross, W. II Daniel, F. D. No. ,2; Bernard Felix, Asses103.04 Stevens, A. J., 385 a NO. 21 BARTLETTS sor, Hartford, Ky., R. F. I). No. 2; 19.00 5.60 Render, .Mrs. G. A., 110 a Daniel, H. E 30 a 1 town lot... Schroader, 1C 4.95 Henry Leach, Superintendent, Hart31 a 2.12 Ashley, L. F 5.C0 Shacklctt, Sallle, town lot Duhart, John, 50 n...r 10.50 Waddell, II., 30 a 1.10 ford; Or, A. B. Riley, Coroner, HartMrs. .Mary A., 20 a. S.95 Stogner, J. 11., (X. R.J 00 a.... 13.11 Ev-'- y, Lltsey, Fred, 44 a Law EST HARTFORD c: ford. JUSTICES' COURTS. Wade, L. B., 1 town lot,.,,,.. 5.30 Funk, T. E., 50 a Lynch, Mrs, M. A., 70 a....,, -- I. Ill Campbell, W. D., 100 a HARTFORD, KY. '.0 .1 .... 0.2'. Leslie Combs, Hartford, Tuesday 3.30 'Williams, Mrs. ).. A.; 2 a.... 2.3., IAlnk, M. 0 Morris, Joe, 75 a S.05 Carpenter, Clint, 1 town lot. 7.3C after 3rd Monday In March, Tuesday Mmtm. W. H. D.iriUti and C. K 7.0C Funk, t. T., 00 a McDanicI, J. B., 1 town lot.. 1S.27 Williams, A. J., 40 a v 70 wDanlclj J. A.j 1 town lot 4.9i. nfter 3rd Monday In June, Tuesday Smith annoutioe that Ui..-D n Max,eGray, W. 0.22 Whalen, U. S., 40 a 1 town luivo forih' W tt... iVP11"'""! ..,. after 3rd Monday In September, Tuesltonlnt;, John, J. (I, Glenn , ' T.r.O , 0.03 day -- .. 1,1 . ... i . n lot ....tun. u i 8.30 Smith, E. P., 30 a after 3rd Monday in December. a iKvrUiwah.!,!) for tlie eoiieral lrac--lic- e Johnson. .Mrs. Amanda, 1 lot 1.28 0.27 Saddler, David, 50 u John II. Miles, Rckport. Friday of law, exoipt cnlmlnal and dtvov 7.50 Nd: 17 fMAhljHOUS. Stewart. James. 32 u 4.&0 King, D. W., 1 town lot C.09 after 3rd Monday in March, Friday liisos, Mr. Smith being County Attor- - , 4.0.1 Saddler, M. T., Go a... 8.78 Blown, D. 0., 1 town lot". Thomas, G. J., 172 a. KlnE, R. W., 1 town lot.... 14.20 Mrs. Mamie, 02 a 2.20 after 3rd ' Monday In June, Friday oey Is inVuviitod frtwu practicing suc 1.25 Westerficld, ' Bard, Charlie, mown lot NO 12 ROSINE. after 3rd , Monday In September, Klein, D. W., 1 town lot.... 4.82 Autry, 7.86 2.3 Westerileld, J. 11., 97 a.. (X. R.) 2 a 5.0 Mjers, Nick, Manford, 25 a rrimy alter Jra Monday In De ccasus. Mr. BartK will ltuUvltlually l.uco. W. D. and Sister, 4 town NO. 20 I1EFL1N. Offlc acetyl Buch practlott. cember. In 5.6" Stcarsman, Mary A., 00 a.... 4.2. Arbuckle, R. C, 20 a O. E. Scott. Cromwell. Wednesday Hartford Itepubllaui 10.2 lob? lUlrd, A. L., SO a.. ......-. building, Hartm mi........ 12.00 Brown, T. H., 12 a 4.95 Wlthrow, A. L. nnd Everly, 21 19.19 after 3rd Monthly In March, .Wed ;. C. 80' a Patterson, Mrs. Jr. E., 1 town tf. Uradslrw, K 7.50 acres n Brown, John, 75 a June, ford, 7.G8 G.91 nesday after 3rd Monday In lot Easton, All.ert, 00 n FOni)SVII.l.K l.T5 NO. IS EAST Wednesday after 3rd Monday in SepCraig, L. C, 20 a v'.s 5.60 ' 7.97 tember, Wednesday itobertson, E. G 21 a Heflin, .Malln, 5o'aV.:. ....... 4.95 Bogard, Ernest, 3S u, 2 town atlei 3iu MonClark, J. D., 30 a 4.70 1 l.vl day in December. Shropshire, G. M., 3 a Hefner, James 09 a.'., 12.01 lots Clark, Mrs. Florence, 15 a..s-- . 2.29 John II. Miles, Rockport. Friday 3.9 Walker, R. D., 1 town lot.. 14.7S Craig, Mrs. Thelna, SO a...s-.- . 4.25 Heflin, E. L., 5 a 3.65 Cooper, Mrs. lint tic, ,) a.. Monday n March, Fr'eay Law NO. 3 UEUA. C.27 aftt'r 3rd Ilcllln, J. B., 20 a 4.S5 Daughcrty, C. E 45 a..,,.... 5.90 Crowe, S. II., G7 A........ after 3rd Monday in June. Friday 5.C0 1.87 H., 2C a KY. HARTFORD, Bartlctt, C. 4.90 Johnson, Etta, 100 a 7.C5 Craig. C. A.. 40 a after 3rd Monday In September, Frl; W., 52 a Dabncy, J. 4.90 day after 3rd Monday in December. Hoover, L. C, 155 a 4.90 Loyd, Jarrott, 30 a SI a 2.00 Duvall. J. W Fllback, Mrs. Rilla. 37 a ASSOCIATED WITH SI. L. HEAVRIN19.20 J. C. Jackson, Centertown, Sat7.98 Hoover, U C, 5 a 5.02 Shaver, Jacob, 31 a 5. CO Hodden, V. S., 40 a Goodwine, J. H., 35 a urday after 3rd Monday In March, 1C.50 This offlco 1b equipped for handNO. 20 CURALVO. Leach. E. J., 120 a 7.51 5.60 HeaL B. J., 40 a Kendall, Coitus, 40 a Saturday after 3rd .Monday In June, ling Commercial Law and Collection. 1). F. and H.t 2U0 10.38 Saturday McCormlck, 2.23 Allen, E. T., 00 n., 20 a G.90 Hood, .AI. B after 3rd Monday In Sep- Items as well na Kuykendall, Geo., 85 a 39.42 other legal and liti3.00 tember, Saturday after 3rd Monday acres 3.S3 Blackburn, Eduu. 1 town lot 1 town .Ml n ton, M., 00 a 5.35 Illnes, Ed lot.... gated matters. l'ractco In nil the Nelson, T. II., 5S a.. 5.00 39.05 In December. 2.89 Balls, Thomas, 200 a 0a 4.05 Hcddcu, E Perry, Ollie, 1 town lot M. C. Cook, Renfrow, Tuesday af4.95 courts. Prompt and vigorous service-S- i. 11.23 k, Jno. H 15 a.. 0.37 Curtis, Ed. 123 a Rusher. G. It., 21 a Patterson, C. N. by J. N. Tweed- o ter 2nd Monday In March, Tuesday 4.95 L. Ilcavrln's Office. u)is, N. G 20 a 3.7S Duncan, John, .IS a 3.C0 Whltler, C. B.. 1 town lot after 2nd Monday In May, Tuesday dell, SS a 0.22 5.30 after 3rd Monday in August, TuesWard, E. 11., 1C a G.a-- ' Duncan, Edar, 21 a 1 town lot C.22 Wittier. O. J., Stewart, Harry. CO a C.27 day after 2nd Monday in November. NO. 4 SULPHUR SPRINGS. 10.77 Harper, J. II., 60 a ? Mrs. Mary a., 100 a 4.85 Wells, W. It., 53 a Stewar Thomas Sanders, Olaton, WednesS.20 Ashby, O. L. and H. M., . 30 20 st ; 5.14 Roebrtson, C. D 6.22 Wells, J. D., 4S a Stewart, W. H. CS a. day after the second Monday in Coo 10.5S fllford, Emory 4a a NO. 19 WEST FORDSVILLE. 5.10 I AM Stewart, A. T 25 a March, Wednesday after 2ml Monday 5.60 Ashby, 11. M., 15 a I3.7S In May, Wednesdny after 3rd Monday WilJIams, M. J., 130 a I town Airs. Bertha, S.55 Burton, Stewart, J. A., 70 a in August. Wednesday after 2td MonActon, Elizabeth, by Thos. WilNO. 27 POINT PLEASANT. 3.20 To do any kind of Veterinalot Schroader, Mrs. Rosa, CO a.. G.13 C.12 son, 31 acres 39.SI day in November. Win. A., 275 a 10.32 Kirtley, 4.95 Crowe, X. C, 120 a ry work. Hor.es. mule- - and Schroader, A. L., 7 a Grant Pollard, Fordsvllle, Tuesday 5.75 Autry, Jilo. F., 35 a 4.33 (McClure. Samuel, 1 town lot.. 6.09 after 2nd Monday In .March, 2.30 Ceaser. John, 4 a Stowart, Mrs. S. II., 2 a cows need not die for want of Thurs Bratchcr, V. U., 10 a.. 5.48 .Miller, S. A. (N. R.) 115 a.. 20.3S day after 2nd .Monday in May, Thurs- 7 a. 1 town lot.. Schroader, .Mrs. Birdie, 02 a.. C.15 Hale, J. W.. Calls answered attention. 7.50 Crltscr, H. F., 11 a...... day after 3rd .Monday in August, 100 a.. 18.60. C. W SO a i ... j Rojnolds, 10.70 Kcnde.r Jas. L Taylor. S. M., 100 a day or night. 8.80 Chappell, J. D 10 a.... 10.51 Thursday after 2nd Monday In Xo 7.3! Vandlver Owen 135 .:... 7.50 Overton, J. T., 30 a Taylor Truman, S a 12.00 Chaiipcjl, Laura 11., SO a 7.90 vember. 20.52 Wright, W. 11., 11 a..., 10.14 Whitlcr, C. 11., 100 a Taylor, W. C S3 a J. L. Patton; Ralph, Friday after 9.S Dalton, Elmer, SO a Welch .Mrs. E. M., 1 town lot 4.77 2nd Montlay In March, Friday after XO. 20 AETXAVILLE. NO. 13 EAST BEAVER DAM. Veterinary Surgeon 22.45 Fltzhugh, James, 120 a.... 2nd Monday In May. Friday after 3rd XO. 2S XARROWS. 20.01 IT. is' Ford, P. A., Baird, C. T., 50 a - Ky- C.S5 HSnes, C. C, 00 a 7.27 Monday In August, Friday after 2nd 0.20 Bolton, Alex, 50 a Monroe, Harry, 1 town lot .. 0.20 Harrison, Henry, 20 a Monday in Not ember. 7.50 Hulf, Oscar, 43 a Blacklock, Jas. AI., by J 11. t wi Ij. 3.21 .U)rr!son, Henry by T. M. Bal.e, .Miller, Mrs. Ruth, HARTFORD POLICE COURT. 4.30 3.59 Kins F. S 1 a 12.71 Thomas. 10 a 90 acres C. M. Crowe, Judge; John J J. WilPoole, Geo. W 97 a, l" town 8.80 Miller, J. E., C5 a 21.59 son, City Attorney; J. P. Stevens, THE 10.03. Conder J. W., 125 a 14.2S McKinle, Frank, 35 a lot 4.30 Peach, A. J., 5 a S.75 Marshal; Court convenes second MonSEW (NO 5.30jCook, .Mrs. Jull" 70 a 21.60 Morris, C. D., 2 town lots.... , !;., 101 a iPheiir, day in each month. '. 0.25 Peach, Ci. W., M a S.S.Y !5 a MA -- NE V? 0.60 Willoughby, II., 1 town lot.... 4.96 Foreman, E. D., rt t..f.-- , Airs. Fannie, 21 a. City Council J. II. Williams. May-o9.2 Tucker, T. II., 00 a 5.52 Harrison, Alex, 1 town. lot. OF NO. 21 SHREVE. It. T. Collins. Clerk; E. P. Thom NO. H WEST BEAVER 1)A.I. 14.00 Wright. Jas. 11., 121 a 3.20 as, Treasurer. Members of Council QUALITY. 6.00 Harrison, .oasant, n a.. S.S0 Key, D. S., 20 a Hodges, C. P., CO a 10.05 Wedding, C. L., 100 a Robert Hoover, P. B. Taylor. J. IL 10.13 Rhoads, D. S., 1 town lot.... 8. IS Leathern, J. D., 170 a (Continued on Seventh Page.) U. t arson. K. 1'. Moore, Fred Cooper, 2.91 Willis, I). It., 9 a 11.4U 7.00 Loyd, W. A., 123 a Taylor, Bill, 1 town lot W. J. Bean. 12.10 Wright, J. II., SS a 0.92 NOT Tlthcnor, C. M., 1 town lot.. 11.50 Osborne, Jas. A., 20 a School Trustees Dr. K B. PendleNO. 0 MAGAN. SOLD ton, Chairman; W. II. Barnes. Sooni-tar2.29 Tilford, .Mrs. S. M., 1 town lot 1.C0 Oboncham, Ruth, 49 a Baushn, C. It., 20 a Dr. J. W. Taylor, W. S. TInslcy UNDER FOR FLETCHER'S 9.17 Payne, S., 110 a NO. 10 McilENRV. and J. D. Duke. S.77 ANY Baufchn, C. II., 150 a 4.97 I 5.S4 I Robinson, Joe, 25 a Bailey, Alonzo, 40 a OTHER 4.04 Clark, Jesse, 1 a RELIGIOUS SERVICES. NAME. M. 5.35 E. Church, South Services Crowe, T. II., 3 1 a morning and evening every first and 9.30 70 a Edge, W. S., third Sunday In each month. SunWARRANTED FOR ALL TIM.E. 10.84 Hines, A. G., L'S ft day school 9:45 a. m. Prayer meet7.50 73 a H Hamilton, J. ing every Wednesday evening. Rev. JfjoupiirrlinpJlioNi:W 11U.MI1 you will hnve a llfo okm tut tlio jirlce 3 uu y, nud will 1C.H Savllle, pastor. Midkiff, C. P., 90 a Baptist Church Services morning not lmvcnn endless clmliiof rrialni. 3.60 C. C. Midkiff, 1 lot . JXB f..85 Ralph, Loney, 01 a " Sunday in each month. Sunday school Quality i IfrYii1- 2.10 Ralph, Julia A., 29 a y:4.r a. m. Prayer meeting every Wed 9.00 nestlny evcnliiK. Itcv. Ensllsh, paHtor. tr . Ml I O Considered Wedding, R. A 57 a Christian t hurch Services every Whusatt, MUs Annie, 137 it is the fourth Sunday ut 11 a. m. ami 7. n. 9.90 acres..! m. Sunday school 0:0 a. m. Elder W. Cheapest 11.15 Wedding. H. A., 100 a B. Wright iiaslor. NO. C CROMWELL. in the end Cumberland Presbyterian Chureh jfxHPHvJi Sunday school every Sunday ut 0:15 1 2 a. 2.30 Austin, .Mrs. V. M to buv. a. m. Skin Disease Do Not Delay Blood If You Have 11.52 " Butler, J. F 35 a li SECRET SOCIETIES. Milling Co., 1 town Cromwell If you witiitasewliiitiimclilno, write for Hartford Lodgo No. C7u, F. and A. Oftler Is Until 1.35 lot SI. nieeta every first Slonday night ourlalcntcutiilotfue beforo you mrcliuhc. In each month. SI. L. Heavrln, W. Ttis New Horn. Sewing Machine Co. Orapge, Mass 9.80 Embry, 1'crrynmii, 30 a SI.; Owen Hunter. Secretary. TO-DA- Y! 7.5' Leisure, Ethel, 28 a Hartford Chapter No. 81 O. E. S. 5.00 Stratum, J. P., 30 a meets every becond and rourth Slon4.SS Torrence, Tom, 2 a... day evenings. Sllss Anna J. Patton, 8.77 Wilson, J. J., 48 a., W. SI.; Jas. 11. Williams, W. B.; 30.30 Wallace, C. ., UO a Sliss Elizabeth Sillier, Secretary. BUaBeCS SEEDS SUCCEED I NO. 7 COOL SPRINGS. Rough River Lodgo No. 110 Knights Remedy SPECIAL OFFER: A (Complete and 8.7S of Pythias meets every Tuesday evenAluils, J. A 70 a r M. to bull N..n..UrM. AtrblwUi" ing. W. F, Anderson, C. C.J J. Noy mks tou onr Mruiaaent eiutomcr. 1.31 Bryant, A. L.. 2 a Foster, K. of It. & S. VTK C9l1tloi KJ&HffiSKiEr 2C0 a, 22.10 Brown, C. R., llartlord Tent No. 09, K. O. T. Si', Um i It rt.i.i.w.ri. li.l.. i, T.nrllM la U. 1.80 Benton, J. L., 12 a meets every first and third Thursday OCAUANTCEO TO I'LKAht. 8.81 nights. R. T. Collins, Commander. Davenport, A. S., 100 u Mention this Paper. Write EJz?ZjBnvi:-AL. P. Foreman, Record Keeper Williams, Mrs. Emma. 75 a.. 1.22 rfMMAMM Lodgo No. 339 I. O. O, F. Acmo ' SEND 10 CENTS NO. 8 NORTH ROCKI'ORT. meets every second and fourth .Frila eovtr totUf ul pwhlof uidl rctltt thU ts1M LVEAI-A.rtIA., Anderson, V. L., G!i u, and 1 my tut pciMctwa c day nights In each month. C. St. Hari BurkiF tut Wfttwr wtin t 13.40 town nett, Noble Grand; W. It. Hedrlelt, L lrtrulU ihi Bit rUtl of r4 iIat BL, A UlU 41 ftbout hd$, lluU. ie. FtECBXJ3VCa-TIS3V- C Secretary. Abhby, .Mrs. Xelllo T., 200 a, kH.W. IvekfeM, ",6",,oeW.ttLi Hartford pimp No. 202 W O. W. 1C.2'5 of Blood and Skin ant 1 .town lot And All meets oery second and fofirth Sat- Bratchcr, Green, 1 town lot.. 4.20 urday nights In each month. Leslie 14.20 50 a Brown, L. B., Bennett, Council Commander; W, C Hot Springs Physicians Pronounce this tho Greatest Blood and Skin Remedj . Wallace. Clerk. 12.20 Coleman, Jas. W., 03 a , Sunshine lllvo No. 42, I O. T. SI., Ever Placed on the Market. Decker, Herman, 2 town lots 1.81 ( W .meets overy first nnd third Friday Fungcrson, Frauds, I town lot 3.19 nights in each month. Sirs. Attje 1 7.9S Singles Bottles. $5.00 Bottles, $18.00. town lot .Heck, K. C, PUil Course Treatment, Six Griffin, Iidy Commander; Sirs. Lula Pendletpn, Lady Record Keoper, Hock, Nannie, P., 1 town lot 1.37 Ko stone Wiaptor No. 110, R. A. ljeflln. G. I)., J.jo.wii lot.... 8.13 WE PREPARE 'A' REMEDY FOR EVERY DISEASE. SI., meets every third Saturduy .night Keoton, David, t town JoU.. 7.00 In each month. John T. Moore High 17.70 Laton, Mrs. Jebslo It Priest: W. .Su Tlnsley, Secretary. Our .Treatment for Female J11S' is the Greatest of Its Kind Ever ASIKRICAN SOCIETY OF EQUTY. Landrum, Isom, 2 town lots.. 8.42 Nntlonal Offieers President. Ira M. 1 Miller, Henry, 1 town lot..!. 7.&C Offered Suffering Women. . J. Chryst, Hudson, Wis.: V, Presl-'den- t, MeCALL PATTERNSMrfeet fit. tlmnltrlt- - A Celebrated lor ttvle. 10.08 .MeCbnitoJI, R..F., ...!....-- , S. B. Robertson, Calhoun, Ky.; 1 telUbilty netrly 40 yetn. bold In lie.itr Smith,'. J., S., 2 town lots.:,... 7.&2 Secretary & .Treas., 11. U. Tank, ni '"r,C'lr ,; ,Vrios,Urf Y'qur Troubles. All Correspondence) Strictjy Private. r C.nl, orand town in the United Stitet (hmn 1 f br mill direct. Moro' 10M Turley, EJ 1 town lot.,,... CM sau. Wis. in other make. Send lor tree catalogue. -. State Officers Presldont. J. H. Mc- MClAi.aS MAGAZINE Tlnsley, M. L 1 town, lot.... 4.23 Connoll, Princeton, Ky.: Vice Presl- Jlore aubtenbera than any otliei (aililoo 4.80 Tlcheijor,. II. A., 33 u.'; a mouth. Invahnhu t . (.. deHt, J. II. Burncy, Sluhlenberg Co.; L maaazlnf-rnilHtylc. pattcrni, rrmakln)rl uilllUicrr 4.81 S; L., 1 (own lot Yonts, Secretary & Trcae.. S. B.. Robortsou. rlalfliaewlf.Janey ncedlewoik.Kal-dreiilnt- r ' ' ', HOT SPRIN6S.-AR- K. NO. St SQUTlI ROCKI'ORT...Ky.; Organizer, T, II. Ilal-- ii oAw to ciu etiquett,e!pood nine,, ji1";."8'03.Vi ( including a ' ' T Calhoun. Ky. jk If W Bir' twn lot....'. '7.0G Bonoij,..J,, "Mibers! Slate. Executive, Uoarl- -1 in" dJ 'Jhxilchvr, J. W 51 a!..'.?. ...1W& U ' ' I Brown, Wis. Emma, a...f UW .Dunn. Daviess county.' ''.lortry l'lrtle. bblo countyl" E. I. Ray, yaMiu oouu- - na Mtcux fo nstotts w. J7U.su iw wmt Curt!, J. E., 2d 1 a, 1 town Land Sale For Taxes jot v 'doukIm. J. L..'20 a the I i,k) 30'56 Brown, 6.89 4.28 5.50 Dirteotory . J In 11.-- I I ,W & ,,, Otto C. Martin at i a..... y, 1- -2 Barnes NO-W- Attorneys at & Smith. y 0 "7 1 11 . t.. ARTHUR D.KIRK Attorney at - PREPARED -- W. H. RILEY Hnrtfortt, 1 i r: NEW . Children Cry C ASTO R A HOME nrrty 3-- When Your Blood is Right, any or too Late but 4 4 1- Your Whole System is Right. It 11 r ! THE XZOT SFRINCS REMEDY Positive . for SEEDS to-da- y; I ' 1 Other Forms Diseases. I vSSy on W) ,. - P.l. ht: ;sRx$rg$ medicine go. CcntralAve, m I w ,. t). -- W0eS Mw.oTrf.!A L'7' j y' vyi 's Ui ! . Land Sale ror Taxes. n.,. 22.07 5.C2 18.83 19.10 7.55 C.91 4.65 6.27 .4.00 7.55 6.91 C.9J 6.33 11.42 29.10 11.42 7.57 8.20 r I If' K1 1 il TfAl Tho Kind Yoa Always Bonght, nnd which lins liccri ia uso for over 00 years, has hornotho nltmnturn f and has been mndo under lils ner-fZ-f-fc- , nonal supervision slnco Its infancy. Allow HO OHO to dcruivn vouliitlila. All CountcrfeltH, Imitations and "Just-ius-goonro but lixporliniMits that trlflo with and cnilimirur tho lici'lth of lufuuts und Children Experience ugulnst Experiment ITnvo d" Children Cry for Fletcher's (Continued from Sixth Page.) KIrliy, E. 0., 6 a Uaird, I.oyd, !!C 1- -2 Mattingly, J. 0 80 12 a.... Powers, 0. V, 08 4 a Uogcrs, J. H., 35 a Sanders, A. R, GO a Wlllett, J. E., 14 a...., NO. 29 ItALPH. Clark, W. W., 150 a Evans, C. M 12(5 a Fuqua. It. I)., ISO a Fltlden, S. P., 100 a 3-- Taylor, Calvin, 19 a Taylor, Gaylon, 1 4 a... Taylor, Gaylon, 1 a Trunncl, Lizzie, 1 town lot.. Tlchcnor, Henry ,65 n Vcnablc, Henry, 3 a T. IL BLACK, S. O. 3-- 10.00 11.60 5.30 8.60 8.60 C. GIVEN AWAY FREE! BARREL WHISKEY 7 YRS. OLD, "OLD QUALITY" ;; ONE CHANCE OIVEN WITH EACH QUART DOUOHT :- Grlgsby'i that delicious liver syrup, has displaced calomel In nearly every home. Oood for grown-up- s and children alike. Ask lD2y J. H. Williams, Hartford, Ky. The lucky number will be drawn at 10 p. m. the night before Christmas. No matter where you live, if you have the lucky number you get the barrel FREE. Remember every quart bought of us increases your chance. Come yourself, send by your friends or mail orders, all get a chance for every quart. - f . , Cnntorla Is harmless unbstituto for Castor Oil, Pare gorlc, Props and Soothing Syrups. It Is pleasant. 16 contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its ngo is its guarantee. It destroys Worms nnd allays Fcvcrlshncss. For more than thirty years It lias been In constant use for tho relief of .Constipation., Flatulency, "Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles nnd l)larrho!ft. It regulates tho Stomach and Bowels, usslmllatcs tho Food, giving healthy nnd natural sleep. Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. What is CASTORIA a a. Johnson, Charley, '53 a. Kasler, J. It., 90 a..... Mldkirr, J. J Norris, J. A ;., Grc-er- , O. O., G8 CASTORIA First Electric Car 25 Years Ago. 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THE HcttU COMPANY. 239 U 2 19 Weil 37tk St, NEW YOU i.kIj lnttrui. f win lBMUliM4.Bulbft4inMlBMk. & or sonJ llMHKIluMiil mln IWnlulU IUM iwi, "" "t ..rr Ut kit 4bMt XtU oir akImtezb T PLKAIK Miatloa tali HR1MD 3S CBNTi bit AmI J MeCllPiiiriwillpiutloyoutom3knln """ vwtw H9B (PTli ft UI pi llMNlU HWTM4 XliU MM S Mim WH WBMT B.tItMtf nuwntMtiinnailM. 1168 IDOOIi IT. " kH.W. IucUm K0CD0IO, OL. r. j Kswnv?aEffsa!ffii mrr hum 7 U f "" MBeUBtDIIBB(Sniiii..T:--- 3i f ijjnjra Tradc Marks A 60 YEAnS EXPERIENCE itent and Infrlnprnint Pnctle bolutlvtly. MW.IMI I aUi ttewl, Mtf VHU wumnu uni UtM w. . kml OAo b&ftjaai!FaEaa!ffi OiaettincroroGrUitiiu. fr. wbcthir n...J7I .ban limuh Wuttn A 11. ntoalra dfrioi a(b, without aurga, In this Tertni. W a olntlBoJloruaJ. oalatlon of roontlit. B J alt nw0Mleri. II. ifcr i four lyAllMMM ' aitnrtiM UMailiBm ItYMrSkla CUaraaa Hy'7 ito-- i u 4iw Z 'l"'!77.; ragiatpauj i .T?CwS-a- The streot car celebrated Its twenty-fUaliih, Dudley, GO a ' birthday In October. It seems ifth 67 a Kahili, J. W., G.62 hardly pcpslble that the modern streir Kussell, F. T., 40 a 10.98 railway system. One of tho Rreatost Taylor, S. D., '....'.., 12.07 developments of this electrical age, Taylor, D CO a., 14.05 should bo no older than 25 years. Yet G. T., 71 a...... Wade, 0U3 It was In Oztober, 1S88, that the first WesterflQld, C. T 4? 'a 14.30 electrical streotrallway passenger car A., 61) a Wtsterflcld, J. this country was 6.69 ever opeerated In Westcrflejd, J. C, 49 a sont on Its Initial trip at Lynn, Mass. NO. 30 PRENTISS. taking the present course of the Shultz, Mrs. Laura, 50 a Highland circuit route through sev18.25 Shultz, Mrs. Ifeura, Ga eral of the principal streets of the Arhuckle," J. D., 3 a..; 10.05 city. Trips for the first few weeks NO.'Sl HEitBEKT. were made with horses,and they con8.77 tinued to pull the cars until the poles Bannon, W. K., 75 Blckett, W. T., S3 a and wires were erected for electric 14.05 power. Blckett, Wrf T.( 10 a Utst, (J. U., 87 a This was the first electrically equip- -' . 11.05 pod 100 a Gist, C. D street passenger car ever run In S.84 the United States. Why the Highland Hawkins, M. C, 81 a 8.00 section of tho city was selected as an Hobbs, E. O., 69 a 8.00 aproprlatc place for running Harbours, H., 85 a this car 6.00 seems rather peculiar to the present Huff, M. G., 40 a Hardin, Newman J., GO a.... 22.60 feneration, tut there was a reason 5.45 for this. Hasklns, V. H 45 a Inventors of those days 15.80 were working ''zealously to present a May, Albert, 150 a 8.70 May, Lon, 96 a electric car. The High4.20 land district, with Payne, J. T., 18 a its steep hills, presented tho best place for putting NO. 32 ARNOLD. 6.90 the latest Invention to a severe te3t. Cook, Walter, 80 a ' Machinery for the ear was 11.60 con Cook, R. E., 80 a...., G.25 structed at ithe Lynn works Of the Daugherty, Park, 15 a 7.50 General Electric company,and, rather Embry, Newton, 70 a Ferguson, Mrs. Eloda, 130 a.. 4.85 than go to the expense of trying the 8.55 new Invention out in some other muKeown, J. W., 80 a 6.90 nicipality, It was deemed wlsee to put Maiden, Q. G., 50 a 6.25 It to Its first test in the home o'jiy. Renfrow, W". L., 100 a ,.... 5.50 There was a sufficient number of RenXrow, J. N., 30 a 5.00 dwellings about tho Highlands at this . Swift. V. L.. 33 a 4.00 time to guarantee paln expenses Smith. R. L... 12 a providing the car was a success. NO. 33 RENDER. Work of erecting the support poles Burton, E. G., by J. L. Burton, "7.05 and overhead wires was completed in 1 town lot Fulkerson. Mrs. Mary. 60 a.... 6.12 less than two months' tlme.and about Fisher, Jamos, 1 town lot.... 5.9! the latter part of October, 1S8S, the car was sent over the Highlandsfor ADDITIONAL LIST. the first time under its own power. It Green, Thomas, 93 a curiosity of the 12.95 afforded the latest Thomas, 48 a Green time, and hundreds of citizens, toGreen River Coal & Coak Co. gether with prominent electrical exby E. S. Render, 2 town perts, turned out to witness the car 2.30 lots up the hill under its ownpower. 11.25 run Gabbers, W. V., 85 a Electricity for operating the car was 4.85 Hatcher, J. W., 20 a supplied by a small power plant lo.. Loney, L. B 187 a cated in the basement of the old Len-n.. 13.45 Loney, L. B 66 a building, corner of Market street 7.95 Porter, 11a, 13 a and Harrison court. Wedding, Miss Mary, 1 town On Tuesday, September 4, 1S88,' an 9.90 lot article under tho heading of "Hlsh-lan- d '9.45 Ward. J. W., 60 a Street Cars" appeeared In the 2.25 Bartlott. W. S.;,50 a Dally Evening Item, Lynn.as follows: WrUht, Charlotte, 2 town lots 1.65 special car, with horses attached, King. Jesse. R.. 118, 1 town lot 24.70 "A 6.00 will be run oer the tracks of the Sanbach. Roy. 50 a..... Highland Electric railway ithis afternoHardwlck, Mrs. W. G., 1 town Wednesday the car will beon,-and " 11-lot gin to run regular trips, wflfji horses, 8.60 Ford. J. T.. 50 a are until electric wires and poles NON RESIDENT LIST. 3.60 laid." , A'llen. T. H., 80 a enough, tho first electric car Buckley, Mrs. Olive, 40 a.... 1.70 Sure was run over the Highlands on that Brooks. Maud. 1 town lot.... 4.90 date, with horses attached. This car Chambllss, W. L 25 a 16.15 was a boxed affair and was, only a Chambltss, W. L. 25 a aso, taken off tho IHghlan 1.65 fow years Crow, Maiid, 1 2 a route and converted. Into a double 4.75 Crumes, E. W., 57 a 2.95 track car, and was run on the Euclid Grant. W. A., 2 a up to a year ago, when 3.60 avenue route Hedden, E. J 1 a by the present mod4.7o It was replaced E., 40 a Johnson, Sarah ern conveniences on this line. The Klmbley. B. L., 1 town Jot.... 1.20 a 7.45 first trip of the car was made wilth Lamastus, E. A., 140 a pair of gray horses. Theso hauled the -- si Morris, Perry, 40 a 3.95 car as far as the foot of Rockawar Maxwell. 7.ona. 22 a 3.75 street, where a pair of tow horses May, T. W., 1 town lot 4.75 were added and the car pulled up tho F., 5 a Ralnh, J. 2.95 hill. Sharp, Bud, 50 a Wonderful Improvements have been 7.40 Wm.. 45 a Smith. convey3.25 made In the lino of electrical Union. W. E., 1 town lot ances for tourists and traveler since COLORED LIST. was 5.00 the Highland circuit electric car Bacon, D 1 town lot Prominent 10.40 first put Into operation. Berry, Wes 2 town lots 2.00 cicatrical experts from various parts Berry .Julia, 1 town lot 5.60 of tho country and the world came to Borah, Jesso. 1 town lot 6.75 Lynn shortly aftor tho first electric Collln.s A. T., 7 a 7.36 car was put Into service, to obsrerve Collins, Jack, 1 town lot From this Invention of 3.60 Its operation. Collins, Ann, 1 town lot 1888 vast improvements have come In L95 Drano, Mrs. Lula conveyances. Previous to the 4.30 ojeotrlc Dayls, CharUo, 1 a: opeoratlng of theo first elootrl car on Duncan, Wash, 1 town lot.... 4.65 :c 4.75 the Highlands that yeear.there was Eldson holre, 1 town lot such thine as an electric passenger C.00 GrlHln, Ed.. 1 town lot any part of the 4.50 car In operation In Hlnes, Dan, 1 town Jot world. Eleeotrlcal News. 4.00 Hlnes. Steve. 1 town lot Hlnes. Mrs. Ida, U town lot.. 1.25 Stomach Troubles Disappear. Stomach, ller and kidney .troubles, Hockor, Voe, 1 town lot.... 10.00 3.60 weak nerves, lame back and female Jackson, Clara, 22 a Jackson, Henry, 1 town lot.... 3.00 ills disappear when Electric Bitters 4.65 are used. Thousands of women woulj Monroe, Gus, 1 town lot 4.75 not be without a bottle In their Mapuln, Roy, 1 town lot 4.35 home. Eliza Pool of Depew, Okla., Nail, Edwin, 1 town lot Nail, Isabella, 1 town lot.... 1.60 writes: "Electric Bitters raised mo 10.15 from a bed of sickness and sufferPhlpps. Joan. 50 a Sproule, Mrs. lna, 1 town lot 1.0 ing and has dono mo a .world of good. 4.00 I wish every suffering woman could Sullenecr. Pay ton. 1 a Shultz. H. J., 10 a. 1 town lot 9.15 use this excellent remedy and find G.00 out, as I did, Just how rood It ia." Shultz, L. R., 2 a 6.30 As it has helped thousands of others, Taylor, D 1 town lot Taylor, Angollne, 1 town lot., 1.65 it surely will do the same for you. Tlnsley. Addle, 1 town Jot.... 1.J5 Every bottle guaranteed, 50c and $1. 8.80 At all Druggists. H. E. Bucklen & iTlnalcy, C. II., 100 a in Taylor, J. M., 1. town lot...-- . 6.30 Co., Philadelphia, or St. Louis, JAMES & CO., Pirst Class Liverymeii Centertown, Kentucky. Prompt Attention and Good Service. TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, a. OUR CLUBBING RATES. Thk Republican and Louisville Herald al Globe-Democrat .1.3 1.69 The Republican and Courier-Journ1.75 The Reptblican and St. Louis 1.50 The Republican and Home and Farm 1.75 The 3.60 The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald 3.59 The .republican and Uaiiy uwensooro inquirer k O'boro Messenger 1.75 The Republican and , . . . . 1.75 The Republican and Kentucky Farmer. The Republican and New. Idea Woman's Magazine... 1.30 The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer.".... 1.60 The Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.60 REPUBLicAN,andTwice-a-WeekOwensboroInquirer ' Twice-a-Wee- v Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN. ". or 1- -2 YOUR , Letter Heads Bill Heads ' Noteheads Envelopes Statements Cards4 And other printed forms are given I , Special Attenton In The Republican Job Department. i COULD SCARCELY WALK ABOUT Awl For Tkree Suusers Mrs. ceat Was Uaable to Attend to Aay Via- - believe 1 would have died if I hada'l taken it. After I began taking Cardul, I wa greatly helped, and all three bottle re lieved me entirely. 1 fattened up, and grew so ihuchj stronger in three, months, I felt like other person altogether." tf Her Hwuewerk. Pleasant Hill, N. C.- -"I suffered for three summers," writes Mrs. Walter Vincent, of this town, "and the third and last time, was ray worst. 1 had dreadful nervous headaches and prostration, and was scarcely' able to walk about. Could not do any of my housework. I also had dreadful pains in my beck and sides and when one of those weak, sinking spells would come on me, 1 would have to give up and lie down, until It wore off. 1 was certainly In a dreadful state of health, when 1 finally decided to try CarduL the woman's tonic, and I HnaJy Cardul is purely vegetable and acting. Its ingredients have a mild, I effect, on the womanly constitution. Cardul makes for increased st Improves the appetite, tones up the vous system, and helps to make ullnur chrpVs , fresh and rosv. , ,- Cardul has helped more than a rail weak women, during the past 50 yi It will surely do for you, what it done for them. Try Cardul today. i ... Co., LJla' WriU to: Qut&nMC MJkl ' u.ju rVa,nl rhilltarawi TtlB W " 64-bosk. atructtont on vuur caw TraaUatnl (or Wubmo," taut la aUla vrajwaf. tti "JVV VTVT'il Vtk v - ft ' fh. -' .Li- ' --UAg: ".L 'l.9flZimM'4ii ,"l " & -- itm ' yv CHINA AND GLASSWARE Mugs Vases DOLLS ' FROM 5c TO $3 Baby Dolls China Dolls Negro Dolls H i.' V Lamps Salads Cuspidors Berry Sets Water Sets H : t : :r . Clown Dolls Dressed Dolls ! Ornaments Punch Bowls Celery Trays ; Sleeping Dolls Linen Body Dolls Brass Head Dolls Bisque head dolls t i : Powder Boxes Hair Receivers Cups and Saucers Bowls and Pitchers ', RflHart SchafTnerS Marxfil Patent head dolls And still some. Pay our doll family a friendly call. ;. Santa Claus Headquarters One of the most pleasant duties we have to perform during our whole year's service is to announce that Santa Claus willfhave his headquarters with us again. With large commodious warehouses and abundant display surface, even stables sufficient to house his wonderful reindeers, makes our quarters the most economical and p t I satisfactory in reaching all the good boys and girls at the least possible expense. ""' CHILDREN, your conduct may have a wonderful influence on SANTA CLAUS. Good boys and girls are very much appreciated by him, and for their benefit he has provided a letter file in our store, that you may write him a letter as to your wants for Christmas. Write it to us or hand it in, in person. It will be a wonderful help to him in pleasing you. ALL HOLIDAY GOODS are on display now. Come in and look them over, spot the things you most desire and write your letter to SANTA CLAUS at once. If you can't come, look over the items enumerated on this page ajnd make your selections. It is impossible to of all we have in stock. If you don't see what you want write your letter and send it in, your mention one-ha- lf wants no doubt can be satisfied. Presents for the grown folks are also in evidence on every side. Sweethearts, mothers, fathers, sisters, brothers and friends may all be as children on the great Christmas morn. .V ' I Men's Wear Presents to please the men , Miscellaneous Presents Pictures Tie Boxes Toilet Sets Brush Sets Furniture Beds TOYS EVRYTHING TO AMUSE i I and boys: Suits, Overcoats, Shoes,Pants,Shirts, Ties,Hats, Suspenders, Silk Socks and Ties to match, Handkerchiefs, Gloves, Socks in silk or lisle, Mufflers and Sweaters. Chairs Tables Springs Rockers Cigar Jars Glove Boxes Ladies' Wear Coat Suits, Cloaks, Skirts, Waists and Petticoats in silk and sateen, Hats, Dress Goods, Gloves, Neckwear, Silk and Lisle Hose, Belt Pins, Ribbons, Back Combs. Barettes, Sweaters, Hand Bags and Scarfs. Military Sets Jewelry Cases Smoking: Sets Manicure Sets Work Baskets Kodak Albums Dressers Mattresses Davenports Folding Beds Bed Room Suits Picture Frames Post Card Albums Handkerchief Boxes Photograph Albums And Many, Many More Kitchen Cabinets You can't find in any half dozen Stores the Assortment you find in this one mammoth institution. Wont you Come and see? Cups Birds Balls Tables Carts Games Buggies Chairs Whistles Blocks Horns Tea Sets Dressers Chimes Buckets Books Air Guns Engines Sad Irons Bears Coffee Mills Dogs Beds Garden Sets Pop Guns tt V Street Cars Wagons Automobiles . Trunks Horses and Wagons We have every conceivable sort of toy to amuse and instruct the children, at prices to accommodate any purse. A fine selection of the latest novelties. Csmo, let us show you. h Vv - E. 3P.Beaver Dam, Kentucky. Bro. Barnes db ' J r. v p- - a