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The Hartford republican: December 19, 1913 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1913 hao1913121901_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: December 19, 1913 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1913 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. r JsT prw( "v Xi. Hcptiblicntt ll Fine Job Work. 4 DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1 per Year No. 29 ? VOL. XXVI. FILE ANSWERS HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, "DER IS Y., FRIDAY,. DECEMBER 19, 1913. UP t t i I r tljo profits to be 4iaed ior the enterelection of each of said respective to contribute $300 for tho honor, and prcolnct8 certified that p'ulntlff reTROUBLE tainment of tho uards, and that tho WERE HELD sent that amount to Arthur A. McLe ceived; that each of said ballots or pressing department charges guards treasurer of the Democratic State Com votes should bo deducted from the twonty-fl- e cents for pressing suits ' mlttec. IN COTEST CASES number of votes plaintiff received. other than uniforms, which aro free William F. Cogloy, of Utlca, said Defendant says that at each of the that tho laundry In tho woman's deho sent $350 to McLean in 1912 ibecaus foTowlng precincts in said County partment gives the warden and den he had a contract for $33 000, and followng named special rates, and Allege. Many (Illegal Votes In. said election the Charges Against warden udes the profits fo these he demands Wanted To Keep In Strong Peter D. Conloy, of Ithlca, gave $150 persons presented tliemso un at the that departments In 1912 voluntarily, he said, as ho had toting place in said respective prebe accounted for. Ho nl'eees that heard "talk about other contractors' Wells For Contestants. Frankfort. In eery prison court a member of With Democratic Officials cincts and wero. each wrongfully Riven giving up." n ballot and permitted to voto by the the warden's family takes down eviqloction officers in said precincts as dence and charges for stenographic Sauerman-Bel- l. Smith and Blankenshfp Will Un- - hereinafter sot out and that each of Deputy Warden White Charges work. Contractors Testify in John Doe Cards aro out announcing the mar(Hid d;tora did vote in said elecAs to the parole system he declares riage of Dr. H. J. Boll and Mis Use of Public Money For Per. dcitakc to Show Much Fraud Graft Probe To Demands tion. The names of said voters and "The present Prlslon Commission has Olivia Mathilda, Sauerman at Louis tho precincts in which they voted ruthlcss'o' brushed aside the plain invlllo on December the Uth. Dr. Bell sonal Ends. By Democrats. For Boodle. t: aro as follows, tent of tho law and adopted the same Is an Ohio county boy" and practiced At Sulphur Springs voting preold system about .which his profession, dentlstery, Jn Hartcinct: Won. Tcague, Jamo3 Fluhugh, New York, Dec. 12. James E. Flood ford for several jears. Ho is making; Factions Jn tho Frankfort ReformaC. B. Smith, county attorney-elec- t, Jas. Tobias MIJ.tr and Andrew John Butrum, Whlto charges "a Rood in Louisville and will have the county tory which has been rumored ever third termer and C'ttudo Blankenshlp, and from Jefferson county and John B. Davis, president - court clerk-elec- t, since Warden A. J. G. Watle, whoso offices arc took sorvlng from one to five years for treasurer, respectively, of the Flood well wishes of a host of friends hereAt Magan voting precinct: Rest charge cropped out recently In tho grand larency, was paroled Septem- & Van Wirt Enslneerlng & Construc in his now venture. Tho bride being contested by their DemocratNorrls. to a splendid family and i filing with Gov. McCreary of charges ber1 D, 1913, when ic opponents filed their answers n he had a ffood re- tion Company, yof Hudson Falls, N. an attractive and accomplished .'ady. At Cool Springs voting precinct forty-titY against Wells covering testified few days since. They contain about Ira lllncs, Marvin Bryant. at District Atcord of only six weeks. On uly.T 1C, pages by former Assistant Deputy 1913, tills convict was fined seven da torney Whitman's John Doc inquiry They will be at homo Jan. 1C, next, the same matter. After denying bach At South Rockport voting pre Warden R. L. hlte, who served In for sneaking evil of the board of Into State highway graft that their 21, Anbut Ave., Louisville. and every allegation of the contest cinct: Alford Bennett. corporation had given $4,000 to the Se tit Ions, Mr. Smith makes the fol- At Select voting precinct: 8hu that capacity in the Reformatory un Prison Commissioners. Holiday Excursion Rates. lowing charges by way of counter der the former board, but was refused "Mack Modesty, paroled on Sep- Democratic State Committee because During the Hofidays the L & N., Butler and Sa'on MJlter. feapioIntment by the present com- tember 3, 1913, was fined fhc, days' they feared that contracts tho concontest: will sell tickets at one and one At Jiorse Branch voting precinct: "Defendant saa that at said elec- George Thcs. Burden, Robt. Burden, missioners. pay for violation ofrpKeon rules; cern had with the State Highway third faro pjus 25c for round trip. Mr. White charges seriatim tion hold in and for said County the Harrison Crowe. that Dave Samuels, of Jeffewon county, Commission and tho Canal Board Minimum , fare 75c. Warden Wells Is conducting a board- serving two to tvseuty.eiie years for would be held up. Clerk of the election precincts, or H. E. MISCHKE, Ast'. At Cententown voting proclnct: J. ing house in the warden's residence, someone of the other officers of tho E. marslaughter, was paroled -- with a The Commissioner of Highways, CCurtls. who waB then C. Gordon Reel, and Change Basis of Representation respective prefurnished by the State; that a $75 good record election 4n cacli of the An At Smallho'us voting proclnct: bee range was Installed in the kitchen honest le&iBlatlve cincts named below, stamped with Fulkerson. Washington, 16. The Dec. investigation of the Superintendent of Public Works, Re were described publican Natlonal committee tonight a stencil In the circle under the At East Fordevil'c voting precinct: at the expense of the State and that the tparole question would beyond Duncan W. Peck, "Tho an See chest was built In the. house doubt bring to light conditions that by Davis as the "hlBh court at Democratic device, decided It is clothed with ample Jim Tom Caateel, Chas.' Cardue and Rooster", or In the small- - square op- Joe. I. with convict labor with material fur- are startling." power to readjust the composition Harder. "I suppose," said Davis, 'that we of the party's natlona" convention, posite to tho planltlff's name, on the nished by the State, and has the coal Continuing, Whito says: "It can be At West Fordsvllle voting prefor the house Is furnished at the ex- stated with posltlvencss that not a contributed because we believed they and had authority to make reforms ballot, under said Democratic device, cinct: Herbert BarnetL "The Rooster", and no where else At Eatnavll'e (votinff precinct: A. pense1 of the State, He also charges single appointment has besn made wouVd stall us. It was well enough to In convention rules, a-- procedure deon said ballot so as to affect the, E. Phillips. that the warden has three prisoners by the present Prison Commission have a friend at court." manded since the 1912 convention, working around the house and one except In payment of a political debt 'Flood and Davis were called to and the Democratic victory iast No-vote between plaintiff and defendAt Shreve voting precinct: Jno. supplement the previous testimony ' vemher around his stable. Ho declares that or for a political consideration." ant, each of the ballots of (be follow- Garden, F. M. Bailey. Lou Hl'l. Dudley E. Vaif Wirt, vice presl- discipline is bad in the prison. ing named precincts, without cith- Carden, F. M. Bailey, Lou Hill. Wlth little bitterness and no tan-de- nt "qualified men aro not of He declares of tho concern, that at the'gjt,,, evidence that differences ever er of said persons or doctors, or At Heflln voting precinct: J. A. "The dlsolpllne," he said, 'is what selected by the warden for Rood pothe convicts see. fit to maintain, due sitions and practically all the good solicitation of Everett P. Fowler.tho . h method either pf tboni, first or at aij, mak- Crowe. ni h attempt to conduct the prison places aro 'Med by his 'reporters,'" alleged "Tammany bagman," ho sent tho 'committee took stops which to ing oath or belns required to make At Prentiss voting precinct: Finis on the Sunday-scho- al the flan.'' and .'charges that the warden "has two contributions of $500 each and have-bo- en oath that they or 'cither of them Evans. agitated in thV party for He said "the warden details convicts been ' using his own son, a boy of one "of $2,0(50 to the Democratic. thirty years. ' were blind or physically uhab'o to At Ceralvo votingvpmcinct: Bern-Ic- e to pry on guards and inferior offi- 14 years od, in knee rants, as a State Committee and cneof $1,500 mark their ballots or without said iW'thout a dissenting ' vote the Durham cers; aUows" his staff of convict guard. Attention Is called to the July at the request of William Wtyor-rlsse- y, conjnlttee decided to change the persons or electors or any of them At Ralph voting precinct : Amend t snitches to Deputy Superintendent of Pub- basis of representation in national being examined by the officers of arecr violate rules with im- and August payrolls." ''' ' lic AVorks. punity and humlUtates guards by per4 the election, held In said rcspcrClve conventions, which iwill greatly 'afHe charges extravagance In the That neither of said electors were mlttlng precincts, touching the ablTlty of convicts reported for Infrac- management of the Institution, and. Davis said Van Wirt had, told htm fect the Southern states, fully at the liaia he so voted lu said elecsaid persons or any of them to .who bad supervision the prunarjr" siysMt?'WlH,Bhow an increase-I- n ex tion a legal or qualified veteVln. the1 tions to branothem.a3t liars..., their respective ballots, and that precinct in which he voted, because Referring to Warden We'ls' abol- penses of $9,000 the month. By way over the companya $220,000 canal con In the election of do'egates to such'' tract had "advised" him to make the conventions. approved! tiTe laws re- - . neither of said persons hereinafter neither of said persons named above, ition of the whip, he says: of conclusion, he says: "The present warden has added fea the gardlng such eiectjonfl adopied mentioned did bo mako oath or wero except James Fitzhugb, had resided "Nothing is here set down in mal had "advised" him to make so examined as required by law, or either in tho precinct In which they, tures that make solitary confinement ice or for revenge. It 1st rue th Gov- $1,500 contribution. This was in Oc the several states which provide, Rsformatory a llvins hell." at all, at ernor and the Prison Commission tober, 1912 a week or tw'o after the that al) delegates be stllected or either of them,' voted for sixty at he, He charges gross cruelty in a ss-ter- n violated their word w.hen they failed $2,000 contrlbutlon.whjch Van Wirt At SiOihur Springs voting pre- days prior to the delegates properly accredit-e- d the day of a'ectpn, or by which prisoners ar suspend to reappoint me cinct: John Petty, Cal Godsey and in Ohio county by the state authorities be placed as assistant deputy described as his "limit" when Fowfor six months, in ed la handcuffs from chains fasten-e- tf warden, but their refusal neither ler asked him for $3,500. Jeff Lewis. on the temporary convention roll. tho State of Kentucky fcrvono .year "Didn't Van Wirt tell jou," askJnUhe celling of the solitary cell. surprised nor angered me." At Masan voting precinct; Virgil prior to the date of electfon; that They Informally agreed that the This, he says, is called "swinging Sutton and It. B. Fuqua. ed District Attorney Whitman, "that new basis of representation be .reMr. Whlto was appointed to a pothe said James Fitzhugb. and J. A. At South Rockport toting precinct: Crowe had ea;h theretofore been con- them up high." When this order is sition at EddyUlLc in 1906, and Monrlasey had urged him to come up ferred to the Republicans In the vagiven a rumor la sent in haste to no- transferred to Jim Shuli. rious states for ratification, hut the Frankfort In 1910 as with the rest of that $3,500." victed in a courj of competent jurisVoT on At Roslno Voting precinct: felony and not restored tify the doctor of what is soing assistant deputy warden. The present "He said that Morrlssey had ad details of method of reducing the diction of a he may remain c'jbso at hand board made, him BertlUon clerk, and vised him to contribute," repeated Southern Wilson, JoOiua Fttman, Jim Wright to representation was Jeft their civil rights by executive that and, J. W. Bradley. to a special pardon, and that ail of said voters and be ready for emergencies, and a when the Attorney Goneral's Depart- the witness. At East Heaver Dam voting pre and each f them cast ithelr votes convict o- - the cell captain is station- ment' advised the State Auditor there "But jou regarded It as a de solBailey Sells Blue Grass Farm. cinct: Warren Stevens. wrongful Jy and without right or au- ed within hearing distance of the was no provision for the pfcee Mr. mand, didn't you?" votlnc Lexington, Ky., Dec., 16. Former itary with keys ready to make a White was continued in the office Yes," was the reply. At West Fordsvllle thority in Jmw, and all of Bald votes Dd.lcr EmbVy and "Dad" Da- were cast, "Why did you give up the $2,000?" Senator Joseph Bailey,- - of Texas, torush as soon as the convict cries out, at a guard's pay. He resigned In counted and certified for notwithstanding theso precautions vis. "To keep in strong with the par day sold his Falr'and stock farm near October. He is a native of Grayson the plaintiff heroin, and constituted a but y voting precinct: At ActnavlL'e part of tho voto certified as having a number have been found aparent-l- county and was formerly editor of ties over us the Democratic State hero. The price, is said to have been $90,000. "it Is believed that Bailey will Ilfolccs .when relief reached them. the LejUhfield Gazettte. Commlttfo." James Pryor. -. been received by said Dlalntlft from A negro, caled "Spokane,"' was re At Shreve voting precinct: L. A. tho precincts as set out above, "You .Ho;ht the Democratic State retire from the horse breeding and cently found in this condition and Seek To Protect Commit Ut. koi.M control these two Rladon, Steve Babbitt, Harve Grant, were so ie canvassed and counted for tb was takon down and carried into the men?" Bob Shreve and C. W. Butler. Plaintiff for the office of County At' Richardson. Ford. "Yes." corridor and tho doctor and Acting At BartleU. voting precinct: J. F. torney of Ohio county, Kentucky, and .Sharp. Mr. Dave Ford and Miss Ethel Warden Lykcns notified, the report Flood gave similar testimony. He Lexington, Ky., Dec. 15. Dr. M. make up a part of the vote certified Richardson were married b& (the 'resAt Prentls voting precinct: Weave by the election officers to each of being to the effect that the ne?ro Casper, of Louisville, president of aded: Hocker. "Van Wirt thought It was good idence of Mr. J, W. Moseley Wed- the Kentucky Fox Hunters' Associathe various precincts above set out, was dead. "White satd the doctor thought him tion, is in Lexington In the inter- buslness policy. Wo were afratdthat nesday evening, Key, Napier per-o- ur At Narrows voting precinct: Sam and the Board of Elootlon Commisforming the ceremony. The bride Is Gentry, malingering and touched a lighted est of a proposed bill providing for estimates would bo held up." sioners as having boon received by cigar to his flesh whereupon the ne- better protection of At Ralph voting precinct: Claude plaintiff Tho defendant submits Both Davis and Flood are expected ( one of the prettiest girls of the anithat gro flinched up mals, chiefly foxes, which he hopes to appear before the grand jury next Goshen neighborhood, the daughter Fanner, John Wcstcrfleld and James each and was chained and a,U of said votes are i! leg again."' . I of Mr. Tom Richardson, while Mr. iRaih. . to have passed at the approaching week. al and should be deducted from the also Ford Is a prosperous farmer of the He says that on September 23 Al- session of the Legislature. At Render voting precinct: M. C. amount certified as having been reSeveral other road builders Dow ell. Kelly was subjected to this punthat they gave con-- J same vacinlty. A bounteous wedding Dr. Casper saje foxes are being testified by itho plaintiff at said elec- bert Al Simmons voting precinct: Ceo. ceived ishment and as a result was confined ruthlessly exterminated In various trlbutions In connection .with their supper was served at tho residence tion. to the hospital. Ho said women.too, sections of Kentucky. He has sta- contracts, John C. Bradley, of Corn-- . of the Broom's brother which was en- Fuqua. The defendant states that tho ofare chained up. That each of said ballots wero ficers ") joyoa oy a large numuer oi me rei- tistics to show that not only foxes, ing ioiu, oi naving oeen asiteu of tho cloctlon In each of the ' voted oponly on tho table and w'rong-fuM- y respective precincts "The convicts have a horror of this but a number of other arl Jerry Lynch, of Glens Falls, to give atlves and' friends of both. ibeUow, set out put Into tho ballot box and by punishment," hq adds. He said this mails are needlessly slaughtered by $16,000 to the Democratic Statu Com mistake, oversight or otherwise, A. S. of E. Notice. wrongfully counted by tho officer punishment has Increased since Au- farmers that are of real value lu the mittee in 1908 While Frederick Skene wrongfully counted for the plaintiff gust when the contractors threat way of exterminating lnsocts and ver was state engineer. Bradley was cat!- - The Ohio County Union, A. S. of of the election from the, various prethe v votes designated in each of said 'supplement testimony of other E., will convene at the court house cincts as named herein for tho p"alnt respective precincts, wrongfully ened to withdraw and sue tho State min which are injurious to crops. Dr. ed Iff for tho offlco of County Attorney, because convicts wero not perform- Casper Is here principally to confer witnesses that the system of calling In Hartford on ,Frlday December counted and ccrfied for the Plaintand that said ballots and each of iff as a part of the returns from each ing their tasks, and tho board order with Gen. Roger D. Wl'Hams, a mem on contractors for campaign contri- - 26, ten o'clock, a. m. As this is the thorn mako up a part of 'the voto as ed the convicts made to perform thel ber of the Board of Directors of the buttons was inaugurated during Skene time to eject new officers, a full of said' respective precincts, the numBradley said there delegation and good attendance of tasks. certified to by. tho officers of the ro ber National Fox HuntcrB' Association administration. of .votes set out, none of which apectlve election precincts as named He says the bedding is full of ver relative to the proposed measure. was $5,000. BtU unpaid on hls$50,000 members Js desired. We have just the plaintiff received pr Was entitled min, the food not as good as it used contract when Lynch asked for 'the had two of the best National and herein for the plaintiff for the ofcounted and certified far to bo and the nlghtschool "a bowlfice of County Attorney of Ohio Co., tohave by contribution. Lynch accepted $1,000 State meetings In thu history of tho For Sale or tent. mistake, oversight or Blm,aad organization .and there Is a' bright ing farce." In this connection he Ky., and thai said ballots, and'leeii A store room next door to Bank he said, and soon afterward he got VoteTas otherwise wrongfully failed to count said be Instituted the uivfct school, 'outlook for the, future. So let Ohio of them make up part of tho his final payment. of Hartford. Address Box 235, Hartand certify as a part of the returns Tracey Farley, of Birmingham said county no fall behind, as wo have certified to by the officers of the of which ha was acting as supt. draw- ford, Ky. 22t4. various precincts as frost each of said respective precincts ing $25 a month for that work. tho he had sivea $400 la 1912, but had awas been In the lead. 'Let us alt " for the defendant legal votes as herehaving boon cast aad counted for said he ask the board to ereat not been solicited for It. Ho con- - step forward and rally around the Mtfice. out, which were proper White Ea! -- inafter set platottff, and that each of said ceoea nowever inai xne iaci wuu u- - uauuer. the 'office of supereateaaeut and aply marked ad cast for him, and whlcY parties having claims aealnst T. F. TANNER. President. point him, but tho board refused. He Ay Jots, bt votes, were .JlTefal and he deceased, had a State contract had influenced received and which should leave "counted for depot, th3 estate of A. C. Leach HENRY JPitfTMCu Sec'y. should not have been also charges that the milk him In making the contribution. plainer, or anyone that the Jcard been counted and certified by the wbieh was, Instituted when the pris- are. hereby notified to Ife same propChafes. S. Rauber, of Rochester, of proven, with me on or before of election In Whltmore, Rauber & Vlclnus, In - .of Election Coaunlaatoaers'" likewise officers of the precincts for each as oners were allowed a per cent, of erly January 31, 1914. hire, aid. respective The annual meetiB of stock, hold- corporated with State contractors val V ?comt each of said baJjots or votes fo',iewe: their earnings for the purpose of soi. J. 1. LVACH, Admr. , that, each of ling milk at coat, has been making a .for tlie plaintiff, and ued ait $120,000, told of. bavin? coo-- j era, of .(Hartford Diviaiep) OtiloCo., 23W Central City, Ky. In Vast Hartford' votlug precinct, profit on milk said vtes or ballots make up a vart trlbuted $1,800 In 1912 at the soHeKa-- Farmers' Mutual Tcfact)o Co., ,wMl and vegtabjes and frul County of Ohio, the officii ulfectlon and in ssid Uon of Fowler. The4 Witness '"also be held in Hartford FrWay Jan. 2, and he demands that this be lavesof the returns of satd Lacks Grtfsby'a Yeiir. of the' eieotlon, by mlstVoveprfMit . tlgatcd. included la tho number of vote Try a bottle today. Satisfac said thaCafer having 'been told In 1W at 7:30 ., m. (C, ''are wrougtullv couwbd, or otherwise, is dealnid. j,. , A fuU. attendant which-th- o hop tion guaranteed. Ask J. H. Williams. 1908 that he was to he a Democratic , Board of B'eotioo Oora- -; He said tho prteou barber . C. of toe P, KOWN i'rir (Continued on inJMionerN and the officer charges guards fifty lD2y a month llartfoed, Ky, presidential elktor.'ms was VaUed upon. , , t . ' Ml"' u .i s ' JNDE LAN" FORCAMPAIGN at to-wl- log-rolli- Al-for- d. n gs x to-da- i -- to-w- lt: w .,., $mt! ' lc ,. that-itonsls- sey; to-w- lt: sit-th- precinct: Fur-Beari- fur-beari- i , to-d- fur-beari- f ui ; s 1 6. ii -- ". . ii. i Jai- - iiiSMW'" - Stw. - iiitn-- trQmjimmm)" r,m mmrttrii-- i 1 "T nmtimKS wlirfi Green Business University BOWLING GREEN, KENTUCKY. The students who went to positions 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. Stcnotypy, Telegraphy, Railroad Acthey multiplied their carning-powc- r counting, English, Penmanship or Typewriting can be completed in a few months. I Write the School for Its Catalogs, Bankers Books, STILL KNOWS HOW Rate-Shee- ts, Photographs and Other Information, by conslderng the nature of the sub; of kindness? Hope and Cheer. New Times, If it is hard and plant roots Thousands of yearning, hungr.v, Mi In the rush and hurry of Jlfe many fainting hears are starving for trr f penetrate It with difficulty, then It New TO HUNT POSSUM Is fairly safe to assume that uubsoll-In- f of us allow our minds to become so very food we should delight to glv The old fertilizer would pa.y In this case root engrossed with worldly cares that we Yes, many an Intellect now lies dor penetration would be facilitated and forget the need of cheerful thoughts, mant that niNht by a gentle wcrd or formulas arc giving way to the new. At the caraclty for available moisture smile of cheer bo brought into lUInjt Cap. W. E. Bennett Finds Plenty would be Increased. There have been sunny smiles and kindly words. every farmers' mcclincr action, made brlht audi; brilliant n light shedding livht and yielding a wealth Who have the i one subject should be no accurate experiments In bultsoll-In- g of The Toothsome Animals the fertilizer formula conducted on the various sol) of hope In our breast cun, by careful of wisdom and love .which would enthat will furnish a balanced ration to the crop and keep np the fertilifr types cf Kentucky, and for this thought, cultivate a cheerful spirit rich ami blcss the world. In Texas. of the soil. To do tin's the fertilizer should contain at least as much reason definite advice cannot be gKea sc.lUcrln? smlks and 8Ullshiuo along Then let us be more careful ot .... . mwii.n mlhmtv remem-berl- u wounding another's feelings, as to the desirability of sulMollnj , 1. .. that they are different! conThe foHuwIng is quoted from the t... .lis. li.ln.in iULUlU rt VtlU kl.UIC. I .lt: IUI1UU3 .tvln..f. Ul 1. G nln Never was tha stream of life so stituted from ourselU'S, and neer bj Tajics City Daily Times under date There are certain l.oints that must of a word or deed cast a shadow on a h.ip be observed, no niaUer where the sub dark but that the sunshine of December 13, 1913: soiling is done. In the first place the happy face falling across its turbid py heart or throw aside the smiles as Phosphoric Acid. ENJOYED GOOD HUNT. Our note book has condensed facts esscnthl tide, would awaken an answering of Joy that llnfer on a plessant coun in farmers' meetings srrd plenty of space to record the new thm-- s Cautuln William Bennett or the subsoil must not be broenk when it. gleam. is too wet, as this will cause puddl-Intenance. Life Is sweet, and with hope that you hear. Let us send one to you before your Institute 31th infantry reports that in cotn-jsm- y It has been truly said, there Is no and courage and a spirit of contentrnett and may do mush harm. There A limply of the ic Is furnitlic.1 br l every institute held fn with Uncle Ell, a calored emy virtu than if ...,. veral .talei! We will Ik clad lo send 3 sunn is danger, when subzolling is done greater evcry-Cuwe should be happy and try to ment r rm (i...rri...... ployee of the Gulf Lumber Co., and or Farmer.' Club Officer on request. It contain, no snrlng, that H may be dene make others so. .dWng aurter ' a limiting do"?, he went hunting last in tins There is nothing gained by wasted when the irround is tco wot. A train. Church societies and fraternal German Hull Works, Inc.. 42 Hroudwuy, New York Monday night and secured four large HcCit.ick lik, BUbflolllnir should be done sometime fretfulncss, Uioulf many of us are do much to draw neighbors tm.HHit . liU 4 Tr.it I It , Uu,u. 6 Wklt, CmImI Ii.i possjms. Their hunting grounds waa fun It latin j$ e,f,ij j, tu frwehet Muli. Sj. - l)ronc t0 murmur and pine and shed closer together and unite them in miles southwest cr the city before planting time, so that the sub- bitter tears, when we should Koine be stronger boils or love. Our e.erl-tnc- o soil may have time to settle and ard proved to be a vertlable "lia uy uojieiui wsiuus oi i.oure in this community, when meetbunting Grounds." Captain Bennett make good contact with the soil be- fortune and happier days of sweeter ing regularly in the church society, math, lest the rise of water from says that given a good do,; and a proved to many of us that 'twas a below be stopped, a condition which J.VI3 Bhoiit axe and he will guarantee to Religion makes the heart cheerful fcrcat factor In drawing us together may result In a reduction of yield not tCthcr ocons or pobsums ii there antl wnen lts large and benevolent In sweet fellowship, making us less in drv seasons aie an.v in .the country. ,!.. i,Q principles are exercised wo will be selfish, vnt ,,.,.t, more neighborly, driving Unele Tom G.cer. Pate Taylor,. Mr. ,mg away shadows of discontent, forget-ti- n' beea done cn Plucky B03 happy In spite of ourselves, anid .Mrs. G. W Jewell, Uncle George u subs0,1ng wUh acep mlng ma Truly, at times it Is a dlfflcult task the cares of tho week as we No Money t !.. n...l Af tii3.i UltrlsnTl pi.jj.rt . II IIULfUJl. ..ll. uuu iuio. juioi; u.4v. iaAtlvnuce to Justify one in ilfiwliitr or la" MH'iesi lewpereu w htn;p-ii- e looked forward to each Tuesday nfter- Hudson, Isaac uenneit, mv. hard and fast conclusions. councenar.ee ci peace anu content. noonaas a meeting of good cheer. SaliNfao tlon Gunr-sntoand .Mrs. L. D. Bennett, S. E. Ben- hut the dlffiulty would vanish If we To some, souls an atmosphere of it. m, foil or 1011 '.Ho i,...-i..-v s ,.tlt, .Air. ami Vrs. Fieldcn and T. EjterImental statlon began 8ome UD. would truly consider that sullen love and cheer is as nccesury to LowpHlNei . W. Bennett, Mr. and Mrs G. gloom and passionate despair do their upbuilding as vital M,llng experlhlen.B oll the statloll Fact 11 r y air to the . multiply tnorns una uu.un.ii. iv. a.m Pr Icoh lnS " physical Hystem. farm a(. Lcxln ton Tne sround Be- E n n 1 eht Mr. and Mrs. W. .(J Bennett Mr. and ,uegrass 80 wlth thicken sorrows. fa As wo try to deal thus with our Tor inn A TV 'mBtjiBpaPatPaPa?M 1 Si .Mrs. J P Foster. Mr. and Mrs .no. Happy are they who In the midst friends and neighbors, let us not forred f Savi ii of Sandcrfur, Jcshua and J. K. Tlnsley, dynamited, an acre was plowed SlOO to villi cf car" and disappointments retain get the stranger. We should deal B. M. Woodward, I tho s,,ni,nnw n.. Bdjar Leach, a ohccrful spirit, patleutlj wending Bcntly with them, for no doubt they 52IIO rnrw '..n-h- tn Fro in Knc W. Bennett, W. C. Ashley, Jas. AshP. A. STARCK their way over the thorny and rug-e- d have lived in an atmosphere of love (ory Direct rRKsiocNr Jey, John Johnson, Hlpslcy Hlggs, was ,n J"h ordl'narj- - way l'Bths- - unt "u" eatncst perseverance as warm as that we breathe, and sUbsollctl John .Moore, Rowan Holbrook, .Mr, to .i rtn.it.h of 1" InehPS and .in acr leJ l,nQ lnelr "uruens uies.iving in- - when gentle words and warm IN YOUR W. R. Carson, Mr. Mrs. and was plowed to the depth of6 or 7 t0 ,nlst' and trai,InB 'belll,,a ,n the are exchanged wo know not howkltsed their OWN HOME Mr. lnchp with th' onilnnrv moLHrd tMtance. while the way lwfore. them Mrs. Alex Carson, Kit Carson, .,.. . heart thrills or hot teardrops start. . . b win snin nti n hprintiriti uumi, ti u. J uaya ireo irmi. 'C HUH and Mrs. J. ..W. King, Mr. and .Mrs. ..- -.low nroiinH ti,0 0. w ...-- . to wll really become beautiful, because Like a clinging vine torn from Its homo.a aNn CU811 I "'lw ...:.."..""..'." ,. '""" IB .l.. VQil Will DillV UIHiil. ....... "..... -- ..w W '! IUUI .. t. . .vvu. .1 m ii. . " "aH- j,. u uniuaKer. mmuT, rroi. oat ,n th tliey are cneertui ana uappj anu mo suiort, the stranger's Jicart begins "'e ,nJ cf 'at time, you do not Und It the h chisfV.?.1 8WCCtest ,onl nml Jn of m Aftor , wny. that ou hae ever "nest piano Send , Mrs. I. C. Hoover, Dr. and Mrs. and it back.' and we will. In that veih'?.0?.C,0,in,r.e nt Per''" liberty to oats wore removed the ground was cares of life are forgotten. to twine its tendrils around the first WayS- - Th " StUrck Iano must ma,"J KooU wlth yoU' J. C IIooer, Dr. B. P. Tiehenor. Immediately prepared for alfalfa, If there be some of us who feel object which Is presented In the'farm or tliorl la no sale. grow- JuUbo CM. Crowe. Hon. and Mrs. wUch Savt $l50i00 or Mors of despondent and feel that Jlfe Is of kindness and love. Then let the Easy NyiR.n.j W. Barnctt. Col. and Mrs John C. Ing less IntercstlnK .let us go for a naino of strunser bo ever We flili, .llrtct lo jn--t from our Utoiy, A Jvq cm)3 vm cut ,n 19l3 sacred, t Too par iw nttt down, but att.r :0 diyt Itil.y. Mr. and Mrs. bam IUIey. Prof. w,th scattering tho &eedd of courtesy dre(ih ntIn lev da" t0 a noar"by brook or Brove and KnnJhQ merry, happy children, and Mrs. I. S. Mason, and many oth-- 1 hear their kindness, and should we ever find no j)r ,be ,"on'J' 'hl U TUetc inanufactunr. tobJe lvm foow1 iean rult juur ronnnlmce. tfnn. Itare enarKfl lor o rfvnlin M ,...,, . ., (ringing laugh and be Joyous with r friends and relaUies will .., Ii bei,Ilo ami ourselves far from frlonds and the I'ls" rraJe it, n )"u lr ly 1 pUno for jo-- r l.oni.', without p them and make them happy. Xctice dear asboclutlons of home, and so nltl-il:.Kd to know that this party is' IV nwncy. . siarcK in Onlo county boy who is very much1 their fair brows unshadowed by care, lonely, may some kind, d UAl0 "AI l""'" Pfaycr-Piano- s indt'Mtd to them for much cf h!sar- 2nd - Hani) largatas their clear eyes undlmmed by tears, being, by sympathizing wordb and Kfry SUrcU V.iu U f are 3SU3 lbs. 8lartk ciurantrci lor ii yrare. ly Ualninv, and bus never forgotten urainar" flowing Wt' lll rt)nit.iiitlv rui liin.1 theri pure hearts untainted by as- - acts, cause our hearts to thrill with OP'I nr"t Ixiiitl I lie 'IhU pnrtint l.j lck a Urge linmUr of nll;lilly iimiI Dynamited 3S50 lbs. m th lul I'layir riawn ol it our 35 yrari nt piano tin. nappy dajs hu spent in school slon, every word, look and action be- unspoken gratitude, ami iiroml hand j.Iaiwi ot Hi and thus we fxprrlcncc, sn-- l tl? imi iii u "" 4320 lbs. loamci. ftamlanl inakn tal.ni In ik. with them, and on tho farm In 'his Deep Tilling speaking 'ullelessnes3. Spend a day will fiud again tho bread long Ilifhtcd wUh tlir iiiuiiy n of nn oljmtjulli'icd, (L r.Ki l.ir mw Stank I'Ijiioi "cast 4305 lbs. Subsolled rlu.'ve fvaturn f Ihf"" rrriunilble pl.no liousc if liiijnV boyhood days before tho and thus, and sec If there Is not sun- upon the waters." .Mrs. D. Nix DaTu. (ulli, wonderful initruioii.x. anJ In; arc a few aampli- IkinjjinJi ALFALFA 1913. will lJ! pliJM.I 'villi Ih' rican War. Ho is none oth50 Frit Muslo shine and cheer Jn their ireence, a vis In Farm and Ranch. Wsber cry low prim at wbirh 1st Cutting 2d Cutting $110.00 Total. er llian our own Catntaln 31. Eail I. charm In their association which reLessons liiry ran be n Stcinway . 1C42 lbs. 02.03 1S30 lbs. 3392 lbs. Uoniiftt, II. S. army, 10 years of age, To every pi.rchiier of heart, transfresh s the world-wear- y Chichcring Frei Plant loci; our 9003 How's This. 1644 lbs. 4244 lbs. SUnk l'lwni.i, v.k give tree IS years in tho regit ;ar service, 2600 lbs. Kimball ncf 8. nd today fur forming tho briars and thorns of life inmlc lenuns. in one ot 950 We offer One Hundred Dollars Replauo 2162 lbs. 16C6 lis. 3S28 lbs. I he best r, healthy and liardy, as boyish ns 199.00 liraiitlfully llluttratid you a paradise by their tender ward for any case of Catarrh that knn tcliooli In Starck into roses of lx.k which cie ehicaffo. These loiii you 2110 lbs. ISS7 lbs. 4297 lbs. large amount of Intormi JOid a good hunter. 8nd for our litt complete Proud of the ran take In jour own lioir..'. love and Innocent happiness. cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh lion regarding plan.w. Thij tccond hand bargain list. Slnco It costs about J20.00 an aero Iiy mall. Thli ind fact he Is still a citizen of Ohio couit book will Interest should we not malco an effort .Cure F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Tole- Then uue jiari iree mstnictlon. ... ptcaM you. Write toJiy ty, and still culli "Buck Horn" home. to subsoil with dynamite.. It will bo to cultivate ciiceriuineas in our nomo-j0- I P. A. STARCK PIANO CO., Ohio. 1343 Starok BMft.. CHICAGO " circle, trying to make atl within nd We, tho n(lorslgned. have known P. "at , a''f recent letter renew ina 1,1s sah -"- -'" no"'r around us happy by pleasant smiles." j. Cheney for the last 15 years.aud be- ' Huiwiinicii ior i no ucnuuiicaii . e cd cr0 8' IHW to bo re.nembe.vd to all hh:J gentle words and loving deeds of llovo ,, Iwfoct, hmonitla ln al, Cht "Xtmlnjton Cakj '1 cs reUtlvw and friends In Ohio coun- kindness, thereby making homo what buslno8B transactions and financially ?. tag aftht i. "' ly.-- Kd. ""' " ",a .., "' u -- .. . l.-t-- hn moat attractive tbum .IAJ i.lllij UUU Uliy UUllKULHlUH ahonlil -i.i .w "' alfalfa for ordinary subsclllng .. t i ii i .n. MTim i i Hiiiir il.U ,.l.ln in iniiii'ii O rpA a.u.rvci in nhn """" ". f i. ri"........ " '"' ,. urnmntn ihn ., Group and Cough Remedy. 903 lbs. per acre, which is worth six ' ... v..v.L-.uaiuiiig, iviuiiau a: .Marvin, wnoie- i to seven dollars. ln- huPI,lncss of others is tho way to Croup Is a terrible disease, it at I salo DrugKists, Toledo, O. RTSHR Cn Ashland Farm, near .CXlllgXOIl, ., , i. 1PiI11? . II..II'.. i. i, ,, , tucks children so suddenly they are ,,. . ,', .. w. ..w w........c. nr',m rr i.v.lBtcil2isi I imtiD luiuiru .cure .ih ...... in. . in K(n "'" ,, "" "' A c:,"rfUl tt"d bcn,BI1 tC,V"'r very apt to choke unless given tho acting directly upon tho n n.lin ' blossoms . and uiood and mucous surfaces of the sys buds forth pleasant Is iiroper remedy at once. There bcr of ucrcp ln tho fall cf 1012 and uoars sweet iruit ior moss wuo uvu tcau Testimonials sent free. nothing better In tho world than Dr. I'rlen ," sure t" pro- - 7, Planted .It to corn in 1K13. which was ",:,,;,, .I is King's Xew DIscoery. I.owls Cham its cents per bottlo. Sold uy ail uruj, a In rllain, of Manchester. Ohio, writ Jdry year, , llo " also ulautcd ""ce an undying growth of fond "C h' " dy" membrancca that shall live in the. Tafco Hull's Family Fills for con. ! ttboiit his children: Sometimes "I others ,0,,g aftcr 8UCh a ,lU' -- tlwitlon. jove .2 111 attad.. wo uere afraid .they 4..V-.nua ,,, .1RH,i rn i,flr re- uiinn.1111) vi ubb uiuii .. would dlu, but bIuco we proved what 0110 . fa- bushsl cf com to the aero in tt ceitaln remedy Dr. Klns'a New vor of the dynamited soil. j ,owIy to roca th'Q rseord l)iMOtry Is, wo have no fear. We FOR FLETCHER'S tonanoiiKRTs, whJch BinlIe8 of cheer and uctfl of ., . . rely on It for croup.coughs and colds." tvomuchy Asricuuurai experiment ,ovllg k,nan0BB ,uaUe ulK)Il Ule uj! Ho can you 60c and $1.00. A bottle " Qcm: Mtf BiMel; HmmtAm: SJk StaUon Uxlnstm Ky We aro surrounded by frlonds aiul Shi.uld bo In every home. At lali n . the use of a repeating gun Unplanant Task Laid on Him. , neighbors whose .hearts aro often fillJlrupgists. ii. E. Duckleu &. Com- -, the shells, smoke and gasFor Sale. withborrow, who need n The farmer's son came home look- ed to the brim Jauy, I'li'lla. St. Louis. es in the way of your aim? That's the in smiles' to cheer i Question that .tort.. ... 1.; Uooa farm ln Ohio county, near . ?? .L huuhh 01 uur d Renungton-UMUarnetts CreaJt ehurch, containing tem. tho influence of our love to Tne Bon replied: "It's that durn corral Bottom Ejecthn Pump Cun-t- he Subsoiling. only gun of its kind on the market, and used by 120 acres, all in cultivation except strengthen anu encourage wiem. spondence achool again. I got a letter . Good . Many imiulrlea are received at tho 0 A late experience of profound sor-- from the sophomores telllug me to thousands of gunners all over the country. dwlllne. hnrn Kxpwlntental Station relatho to Uio an(l a,j ln good ropair. row the passing away of an only naze myself." Solid Breech. Hammerlesa. Perfectly Balanced, plowlii'--' advinab!Hty of Bubsolllng. ell watered and ln tlwi oil b'elt. For parent, our beloved and revered foth- Three Inbuilt Safety Devicei-accide- ntal die-tilling machines, and dyna- - 'tonus and particulars apply ut this er brings to our mind some ot the. Quit Calomel; It Is dangerous. Try wHh dtep Simp,a rotting tho soil. 'Grigsby's 0;nCe. we have Just --written, truths tliat vego- thebarrel, without look ub- - 17tf Subfoiling with tho ordinary UAIt.N'KTT k. SON. Aceuts. , Long will wo cherish tho lovlne tablo Uver srun isuarantced n nm. riu ih 111 4ffSlk-tflir- lii ' words of tender sympathy, tho pleas- - duce oven better results than calo i)Ul tltt' U'lilMl avaavrnu a Mtv iwn naawa row of thu moldboard plow, is In ,ant countenances of those .who tried mel. It Is absolutely hannlcss and many CiiacB profitable. It is liossl-pleasant to take. Any child can tako to make ub happy. R(a.h.to. Ar..Ualoa Metaka, Cartrld,. Co. FOR FLETCHER'S e to Judj;e approximately as tp tho Wlml Why, then, will we withhold words it with safety. Ask J. H. Williams, New York advisability of subsolllng In this way ot comfort, smllea ot cheer aud deeds Hartford, Ky. . Hv.ll. Things iLOlLoiIL 3Q God-gUc- "LJ! POTASH rr,,t . gi cheer-fulurss. ' fj, .rin.,.1,1 Stare k Pianos IHi eil Mts ia., ... ad 30 J T- ... DAYS' FREE TRIAL ".irn. ;r ... 1 aoP-iP- ... 111 '. ,.ie' .,,,,.., J?il,Xri,J!'llrruT .i'. ansel-hearte- lt u Span-iwli-An- - u In. " ( - ' "" I '". 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W.SMITH CO. lncorporaladi Owensboro, Kentucky The Largest Complete House Furnishing Store in Western Kentucky. Everything in Furniture, Carpets, Rurs, Window Shades, Matting, Lace Curtains, Stoves, Ranges an 1 Refrigerators shown in large varieties. .ONE PRICE and PLAIN FIGURES IS SMITH'S WAY. WRITE US FOR CUTS AND PRICES. l t Prompt Attention Given Mail Orders. Pay The Freight. Mention Tha Republican We I 'vvyv;yyyvvvv .. To The Readers Of The Republican Many of you. do your shopping with Levys, of Owensboro. Those of you who do appreciate the values they constantly give and have always found them just in every dealing. To those 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 point of view. ask your business only on the point of meriting your confidence through good treatment. We Just at present i 3 we are conducting a sale . on Suits, Coats, Dresses, Skirts, Waists and Hats and this will offer you an opportunity to test the Levy values while the price bar- rier is down. Our slogan is well known and true, read every ad that appears above it then you will surely ' Get Tie LEVY HABIT. v 4y ' J U.0 It Pays. . nna That Brand of Hide I. Never U.ed, the ,t , f.nnou, rhnrch. and In the irtBmr'S rr n well hnnwn purlsli. ' 5onTt,Yol?bBlt!ie'ltl Finest Balls Taking Calf or Cow Skin . curly dns It ". Po'Pfetlvn cuatomer to deny. W hy We can favor only one ffin'ou? oVca'ch'locallty?'0" eOmcOn0 c,,c 6e,s tho l0""0 for It wiir the founded and the Cheaper Grades Sheepskin. TlipZAthanntrpmarynfotir nenr the city of Vnhliu:(oii. Of lute J The Bladdera Are Made of Rubber. company a celrbrnlnt ly jenrs the old families have nil moveO prectlnRthnmoatinoiicrn li factory In tho world. WideThiit phrase fo imicli used In tfio foot-ha- nwny, und their children lime hud In awake men who recclrcil our .k . vr "chiishii,' the plKMn." In- tereMts eNe.where. They huve all for He.ison. rfwarrc.w.v-aprclal Hflllnfr Indurrinont, rcnilerptl itncrpaary tmlnulilo volves n populur en or The foothnll Kotten the little old church where their our output. Wo arn (penning Is not liinde of plslilu. hut of the hide nucestoiH wornhtped. ninii) Hi.iiHaiKlsnf dollnn n's It was thnt of the tn If or cow nud for theiclienper George this church of tint to lenrn nil Iinrilculnm, Ik WaxhtiiKton iitteudetl on Ills willcotynn only the price Toot-Imlvariety the nkln of the nheep a postal card. frequent Mtn to Its side of the rive" , of the ordhmry kpikIo lire innde A few years had; lhuu old larlshkm Ask for Catalogue 1GT. In this country, hut home of the llucst. crs who could remein'her their fnthel sold to thoM who iiiu not purtlculnr stories of having een Washington row- THE VICTOR . l. .... iihout piice. lire Imported fiom V.uz ml In lila olni ..a n..M 11,1111 .tlUIUIl l Ul' ' iBaaaaaaaaaafeKl.B.4ij fiarauaL l, V ,l,T niinua UIVI Tfc if aaaiBu.BaBBBlBBBaBB tr land, where the Industry was an old i'hoii to nervlco there, put on Wn.shlu- SAFE & LOCK GO. onehefoielt was started In America. , 'ton's ptwv In tho old church n CINCINNATI, OHIO Our New Home. Capaolty 20,000 Safes Annually. The niiikliiK of n foothill! Is almost , l,ln,e Hs n mcmorlnl to him. Tllc 0,,11 4t'-vr'ls overgrown with ustry. The only entirely a male hoiieyhlicMe. hut beneatli the lAttsscs ' , s haie that women iae In the work Is of vine there are many famous old , seen when one Hist ciitew a football nrvln1, 'VV'FIV , HiiiijiMMil llm, MllllLlla factory. At long tables girls sit pat-- , J Tho Plllrcll tsef ls a cnr0, 0rt HAVE YOUR SUITS lug linings on hectlons of the footballs, structure. It Is nearly wiuare and the The National Weekly If cut In nnother part of the factory It bricks, which are of exceptional size. Is wmk th.it a girl Is paitleuhirly fitted j were Imported from Kngland. Tho if for, as the linings must be carefully hardwnie was also Imported, j fastened to the rough leather and Tliere Is no chancel n't all In the smoothed until there Is not a hlgn of n j church. There fs a place where the Until this jcar and Dyebubble or lough place on the surface nltar should be that Is set npart from Collin's has been lining. of the ing the church by n small rail. At one sold at $5.50. Now The Mist step In the making of a time there was a great high pulpit but the price is $2.50 ' & Ladies work given anduehavesecured football is to select the leather. Only , this was taken out by some rector who a concession where- f the best of picked skins are used, and thought that It wa9 unnecessary. by we can offer it eaeii sl.ln Is carefully gene oer for' Living Ohurch. at a still further Hats Cleaned defects 'before being cut Into the ncc-reduction in conessary sections. This Is done by ma Repaired. nection with this EXPENSIVE DINING. chlnery. and the sections are then scut publicaticn. , Work called to the room In which the girls arc at dps Special Offer to Prices Soar Sky High at work for the lining to lie pasted on. Our Readers delivered. Roches Noires. "Then the lined sections arc scut to demand for CcllUr't Trouville is In the season one of the .Kecocnizine the Rreat made arranccments at Club the new price, we have the sewing room and the linings are $1.00 to it each stitched together, bringing the outer most expensive spots In Europe. It, rffcrthe and our own publicationTin J is one )ear for a limited price of C'irr'alone. covering of the football Into position contains what Is assuredly one o'f the' crTcr and must be taken advantaged promptly. for the tiual Mltchlng. This is done by most expensive hotels in Europe. The What You Get m Collier's Hartford Pressing Gliib, a machine that turns the footballs out fndirldual who tnkes his wife and famstitched lu the seams but wrong side ily to the Hotel des Roches Noires for. Ctllirr't li the one big. independent, fearless of the GUNTHER BLD(J.,CENTER ST. it out They must then he turned right say, a mouth in the high season and weeklycitizen's whole country. Not only isalsothe eood a handbook but is side out it Job that Is left to men who does them really well that Is, gives magazine for the whole family. it Among the HARTFORD, KY. do nothing else all day long but re- them the best which the house has to things that a ) ear's subscription gives arci verse the leather covers by hand, n offer when he comes uwny If be has 1000 Editorial 600 News Photos work that requires great strength and paid his bill has left a small fortune 250 Short Articles endurance and gives the workers a pro- behind him. 150 Short Stories The Idea that an Englishman be 100 illustrated Features digious a mount of pulling power In the 2 CompleU North cause he ls being charged n high price muscles of the arms and hands. When the cover Is pulled right side Is being cheated is absurd. Nowadays Collier's $2.50 BsuYlsrssJr whatever It used to be once Upon u them Cmassi Bnckbee's "Full ol out the outer part of the football Is Pedigreed Seeds hate a reputation of sS years as; Hartford Republican finished ready for the Inflation. juccessful seed crowing behind them. it tars sa The time an Englishman In n really smart warn me oesi. bladder Is Inserted and blown up. and hotel lu I'm nee is looked tit nsknnrc Seasonable Specialties: the hall Is then stanicd on a hot press French people on pleasure bent are BEANS Important, Though Unnoticed. Earliest Red Valentine . . $3joSnshe and worked up until the surface Is per- much more extravagant than we are. Refugee Extra Early . . jj 35 Kushe) We are apt to underestimate the fectly smooth and free rrom rough They do not seem to care what they NswStrinrfcss Green Pod .Sin Bushel force of unorganized conviction in WardwelPs Imp. Kidney Wax U S Bushel spots. The ball fs then deflated and spend. Davis New White Wax . . J4.75 Bushel I remember dining once at Trouville politics and religion. Milk costs a placed aside for shipment Currie's Rust rroof Wax . U y Bushel Balls Intended for the soccer game when a basket of nectarines was offer- city as much as water, for all that Its PBA8 i Extra Early Alaska . . . $3 50 Bushel or for basket bull are also made In the ed by the head waiter. They were supply la unfocuBscd; so little ImNew Early Gradus jj 50 Bushet way described. A new Idea recently J quite nice nectarines, 'but that head pressive In any way. The milk haa Honford'a Market Garden . tt.ro Bushel Buckbee's Lightning; Express J3 00 Bushet waiter wanted 2.1 francs apiece. Five nothing monumental about It, but the applied to the making of the football Toauto and a full line of lettuce. la to provide it hall suited to the rough dollurs for two or three mouthfuls lofty aqueduct ls not of more ac- a:eds. PlantsRUifk. ulbs at lowest growing- prices. ana aend tor complete catalogue or suomit a list eat treatment Inseparable from play on the seemed to roe too much, but ,t hose nec- count. four requirements and wllfqitol prices. stone flagged or asphalted pavement of tarines all went-- There was scarcely Buy direct from the grower Save Money. Write today. Mention this paper. '1 the school playground. It was found a Frenchman in the room who did not Stomarh Troubles Disappear. thnt the finely finished football Intend- treat himself to one. At the next table stomacn, liver ana Kidney troubles, ed for use on a grass covered field to mine was a man with bis wife and his daughter. They had three apiece. weak nerves, lame back and female! 1368 Backset St., Isckfsrd Sees Fsrsu. tsckfsrsl. could not stand the hard usage receivfor dessert as a windup to an ex- ills disappear whon Electric Bitters ed during practice In the school yard, Itlotjard are used. Thousands of women woul and n football was therefore devised tremely expensive dinner! . Marsh In Strand Magazine. not W without a bottle In their especially for this rough work, with home. Eliza Pool of Dcpew, Okla., r the seams stitched on the outside In Changing Lead to Gold. writes: "Electric 131tters raised, mo stend of the Inside. Sewing the seams LUNCS CURE Professor Soddy makes the assertion from a bed of sickness and sufferfrom the outside provided u ridge that pmfect the ball when kicked and boldly that It Is only a question of ap- ing and has done me a uorld cf good. bounced In a paved court and makes plication to change lead into gold. He I wlsli every suffering woman could tlie costof the footballs used In a sea says that while now we cau only work use this excellent remedy and find son somewhat less than when the fine- with electricity ut 100.000 volts it Is ly finished oval of the gridiron grounds only a matter of perfecting the method out, as I did, just how cood It Is." J to be able to work at ten times that As It has helped thousands of others, Is ued The origin of the term "kicking the voltage when the baser metals cau be It surely will do tho sumo for you. In Every bottle guaranteed, 30c and"1?!. pigskin" was explained by one of the changed Into the more precious. uithorltles In this way: "Years ago. other words, electricity, when brought At all Druggists. H. E. Bucklcn & l AN1 ALL THROAT AND LUNtTHCHJiLES. when the game was In Its early stages to Its highest efUclency and application, Co., Philadelphia, or St. Louis. a VABANTXXO SAXMtAOXOK m . In Kngland. the Inflation wns dnue liv ls the real philosopher's stone for . ( OR XONEY which the alchemists of the middle lien us of n bladder of a pig. In those Unreasonable Men. ages searched so long. New York old days the skin of the pig wns ac "You know, my dear, men are quit tually subjected to the indignity of be-- J World. Impossible. If I accept Jack's pro- - ' lug propelled high lu the air by the posal, he w'll expect me to marry him, Nsw One on Him. foe uf a feiotball player, but ns the Politics was at the boiling point lu and if I refuse it he will expect to 'ladder Is no longer used the term has the negro ward, nud the lemon colored he allowed to marry someone else." eased to apply Kyatander. ' , The bladders are now mnde of the henclmiau undertook to air his supebest Para rubber. The regulation foot- rior knowledge In the argument with ball weighs from thirteen and a ipinr. the ebon hued brother. "Yes. sub." he Constipation Polso sYou. ter to fourteen ounces The snceVr declared, speaklii'; of a candidate, "he If you are constipated, jour entire politics, Just a lieu ball weighs from thirteen to fifteen Just a neophyte lu system Is poisoned by tho wastu mut , ounces. One cannot definitely predict phyto." "Why. dnt man done tble ounh club ter kept In tho body serious lestills the life of n football, but the makers ay the hardest kicking should fall to las' night he wins strong Vtibllcau!" often follow. Use Dr. King's Now excitedly declared the other. "When Life Pills and you will soon get rid otlre the ball In less than two years -- , of constipation, headache aud other It may not he generally known that dat new pnhty start up?" ; s Feel right all the time. Don't lay off 25c at Druggists or by troubles.' football has if patron saint In l.'i-- O a Devil Worshipers. hov named Flugh had the misfortune mall II. E. Uttcltlen & Co., Philadel- from work for days by taking calomel keeps you when pleasant That curious cople. the Yezldls of phia and St. Louis. to kick n football through a window In 111. on your feet, while rolievingyour troubthe house of a neighbor, who became Turkey, live sometimes In huts, but le. Safer too, and easy to take. Dnt so Incensed at the dnmnge done that more commonly In black tents like take anything else. You can't afford, Like Many Other Women. those of the Arabs of the plains. Of lie stabbed the boy to death. The pop Mrs. Gazlp "That romantic Miss it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses sysulace avenged the boy'it death by kill- all the peculiar peoples of Turkey they Patse says there Is a secret connected tem and relieves constipation. A nat ing li'.s slayer und then exalted the nre the most ccul!ar or the least unnatural in actions, sura with her birth." MImj Pickles "Bo I've ural remedy,and certain its results. in In its effect mi me of the unfortunate hoy by calling derstood. It la said that they worship heard. It's the date." New York won't be long- before the devil Instead of God.' They re- Olobe, him "faint Hugh." New York Siiii. displace calomel in completely spect Satan us a deity whose power home. Children can take it free for good or evil Is very great and 8vlng Hlmaslf. GrlgBby's taat de- with perfect safaty.i Every bottlea Murphy was nsslstHiit cook on hoard therefore they will never meutlou bis in pociies.'-o-enuinanteed. ouc ana licious liver syrup, has displaced n "trooper" ship bound for India The name. Christian Herald. without the likeness aha I calomel in nearly ovcry homo. Good turn of L. K. Grigsby. For sale kjfl first morning he forgot to wash the T Neatly Managed. boler out after breakfast Conse... ...uu......( - ...--.,- .,, for grown-Ur- s and children alike. Ask v. II W1I.T.YAMQ . llnrtfnnt "X quently tliere were tea leaven on the l!l J. II. Williams, Hartford, Ky. "Are you sure your husband lD2y surface of the soup when dinner was stay awake and look after tha baby?" Kerved. To clear himself of blame he asked one woman. Faults Cornmort to All. wtait to tho reflective messcJi awjsiihl; "Oh. yes." replied the other. "I gart On the wholp we make too much of yer. foliid-HU.tay laves In the titma Webb rubbll for dinner that; faults. Faults? The greatest of "If faults, Houp yon'll know It's mint" Loudon wou't letltn sleep a wink." Washing1 aaould say, Is to have none. ThomGlobe. ton fltnr. as Carlyle. w.-i- s Ruins Now, Yet Washington it u Oneo Worshiped Tliere. Within eight mill's rrom the niitlonal cnpltol'iit WiiahiiiKtoii li mi old church which' wiis built In USUI, ltd pnrN'i wns founded eteii hofoie thiit. Very few people hiue ever liciirtl of this old church, for the simple reason thiit for the pint llfty ienrs the nlnce tins heel. fulling to nick iilld mill. 350. , a Week, almost $10. a Day ! I .., .. ''' I ,i... us iWitiVlSm iU'Innlfi""'".''' Sclllnc lctor Safes and f boxes to mercliaiitf, doctors, Inwrrrt, dpnilnta and of asnfo. but tlo not know liowrn.y ltUtonwn one. Salesmen iloclnro our proposition one of r the lKst, clran-cii- t ciiiioriunl-tle- n pvrr rrcelveil. Without proloim can rtuptlcalc Hip oucrras ofoiHrra. Our linml'omrly lllililrnlpd ..... ...nud J" " I'lrsfill, IIIU PUIljrCb calalos IO CUB- ..'P"1'.? '". 1 Inter"!'" a limnm rat thouclt money-maklriexpert-rnrevoU KfTM - ll i2BK St.-Joh- I m sllr f 1 . I Collier I Colliep in Clubs First Time Cleaned s Pressed Repairing neatly done. special attention. s A 1 and the-Ho- tel forand month. rate per .... $2.50 SEEDS .... - H. W. BUCKBEE m KILL tbs COUCH the wDr. King's New Discovery F0RC8i!r?. jBSM .J USE LI V-VER-- LAX s For Lazy Liver and the Troubles o Constipation. lif-Wr-I- ox -- , - Llv-Vr-L- a, v A Disadvantage. wish you would paint me a tnrm-n- t sea,' Marlue raluter-lmos-Ib- le. madam! "But other nrtints paint storms at sea." "Ye, but l'rs saea ona." fjtdy 1 sarsWsl Women In Franca. According to a French law pfwaed In the eighteenth century, auy wo man growing a bcurd haa, Ipso facto, tb tight to dreasj Ilk; a man. , Diligent-la the mother of good luck, nd (lot) girts all thing f Industry,- -. UenjABsIa Kranklta. , ) CASTOR 7r Iifcata U GUUm Haa YaMfttajsjfjiALyajsM IA Electrl Rlftora siTF mt tMaTF aT'WjTrsTTTTTam W.t VVtaiMBBBBBBBM sTHHsS wiaasaaaaMi:kayiractfc bi arvaajar fMatMils aa'iecaa) tnaW sHaTsTaTk incaaj ssalal saasp ,.'r' PJfMaaU as A covetous man make no friend. -- CtuguUsM I'rtTtrb. tstgnrtfoi' f A ''' t . J &a f """"Jl"' (- .- efe saw swasfr.(BSwaBBPBser4vpissj jmm t . ., m ... "' .1 jnirt.-M'- . llM,1.rf..l.... . .. v -- i&itnxi4mmm!: iip.'nMw.ff tm$ . 1I.IMIIHJM U m Ill Mill. !. pftlVMplV3tlKm(,mitmmtmjn.tl.WIV 't h I J 'J'. U 1 lis h Iff r t the count It will be found and shown FILE ANSWERS IN that .tho errors In the oertlfled vote I VUHVl V UVIIVUIIIU lilt from ench of said resiwctlve pretho sanio man whom Gun. Wilson CONTEST CASES cincts exist, and defendant submits Katortd according to law at tk Pottofftw appointed on Jhe Board of Control, tfnrd, Ky., at mall natur ol the Mcond that each of said bal'pt boxes from as n Democrat, for Charitable Insti(Iwii, precincts each of said rpspcctlvo tutions. During the night rider trou(Continued from First Page.) Kentucky Wells .was should bo opened and the ballots C. M. BARNETT, Editor & Proprietor-- ! bles In Western county Judge of Calloway county, therein contained ncountcd and said canvassed and certified as a part of corrections mat'.c and dofendnnt n'so ami stood out bo stronK for "law Address all communications to nutl crdcr" Unit everybody knew he tho returns of said preclct as voted submits that the returns from ca"h for the defendant 153,otes when la The Hartford Republican. and all of the precincts herein men didn't mean It. The tobacco trust Intruth and In fact thcro wwre cast In tioned shotr'd be purged of thollVf.nl duced Wlllson, with whom It had precinct ;by legal voters nn.l NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS great Influence, to reward Judge said,, ,, and the returns as certified . . , jur iiiu vinculum, 'otcs each of said products corrected BoWorlbfrs i1eIfloe the piiitrfnt to n ntw Mct'rcary iiuuuiieii Wells. Since then Gov from ddrfcn miiKt pltr tli olJ iiddm-- In mnllnK the of Coottnty Attorney,' gave the position to a favorite and for the office b In his answer nnd cauntcr-clulireqopt. for Ohio County, Kentucky, 1G4 bal-- 1 : given tho position of tjDfolldtccl isnnnoirlpti will not tie returned Wells was stated and that when litis Is done It lots, or more,, all of whlih ballots nlr lucniiipiitilfd li.v rmatMire. He denies bo shown that thedefondant re-warden at Frankfort. wl by tha voter ' Anonymous communications will recelTe no '.limp, but admits wero cither marked the chnrges tn' fcclvcd moro than 2iW egnl ctcs for attention, public casting tho same, In the stnn.l circle V, off ce of County Attorney some of them the use of icr the ' Republican device, . an property for prhate purposes which under the Ohio county, at salJ c Kt'cn ; . "The Log Cabin", In the Republic-- 1 '.', , : . he justifies. nxuifh ,,1a,nt " 5 "Vt an or in U.e small st.uare t,at ' present opposite tho defendant's name !n',h?n 2,u'? with Uio Xot content FIUDAY, DECEMBER It'. ' oiecllcn, for said office, the Republican column, and wId gamo and fish laws, which render It M'Priforo tjtc defendant prays that Impossible lor nine-tentof our eectlon officres In said precinct like.; h "' -" A woman's tongue cannot be count- citizens to taste bird or fish from our wise, by mistake, oversight or oth- - tlIf' hls "nBWu;- plaint, f among Jur shortcomings. ed wdgfullj counted, caI1. own flc'ds and streams, and which crwise, grc"lu,s tller:ln C"n a "C of tlfe'1,hat ,,1, compel the boys to buy a Hcensc to vassed and'ccrtlfltd as a th.it Christmas Remember that tho '"'l0!' "f,.hl8 counttp-conc.t- ; pay salaries of certain gentlemen of returns from said precinct for the spirit is not bottled In bond. I'antlff b petition be distnlsscd pro- plaintiff 163 votes, when In truth and the, leisure at Frankfort, It Is now Between battles the men of Mex- posed to stop all fishing in any man- In fact the p'aintiff only receive! Inn"l the defendant, U'at ico pull r't bull flshts to keep In ner between April first and June said precinct Hi iegal votes, or lC38. '(CC11 Jll,,' l":kctcd haVf jCrotit well voting precinct, !ni",,eU In practice. tho first of each year. If that is Coottnty Attorney the office may as well include all said County of Ohio, the offlcen of , It for Ohio county, Kentucky, at thu Step by step t e iiarcel post is dene other months In the year, so far as the election In said precinct, by regular lltl.l, election Novrmber, "crowding the express companies out ovcrslKht or othurwlse, is concerned. It is time mistake, this loca-'dtheld In said county on November 4, of business. to call a halt in this matter and we wrongful b' counted, cannssed and lOl.i, for his cost herein expended Cincinnati has been suffering for hope that Ohio county's ' represen- certified as a part of the returns from and finally for aU proper and equiwater. But she only uses It for cook- tative In the next Legislature will said precinct that tho defendant re- table relief. ing .purposes. vote aglanst this new invasion of the ceived only 113 votes when in truth n and in- - Tact 118 ballots, or more, t1ito1i to rltrl.ta rt nun ttltiivnvs Removal Notice. ' Oil may calm the waters ibut Itl tho tntnroaf nf ninn nf TVPoltli Sltlrt votes which were by legal voters and I have moved my office front tho oes anyming eise uui cairn me man leisure, who can fish at any season qualified electors, voting at said' elecLook at .Mexico. of the year and who can follow the tion, stamped with the stencil in Ohio County Bank Dulldlnff, where Dr. Cook goes to London next fish Into other streams where they the smell clrc.'c under the Republic- - i had been for the past fifteen an device, "The Log Cabin", years, to the new building Just across .month. This ought to sijuare us for may not bo protected In any way. In the Republican column or in the 1rs. Pankhurst's visit. on Center street, where the Y. M. small square opposite the name of WALT0NS CREEK Everybody has gone on the lecthe defendant In the Republican C. A. formerly was, and will be glad ture platform except Murphy. Should Dec. 16. Mrs. Altha J. Carter, of column and which votes should have to sco my patients and friends at my Jje escape the penitentiary, look out. in been counted, canvassed and certi new Matanzas Is visiting relatives location. commlunity. fied by the officers of said election Only 72 hunters have been killed this I desiro to express my sincere Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Bell and Mr. as a part of the returns from said during the hunting season so far, and Bo'l's mother were guests at Mr. H. precinct as having been cast or vot- thanks fqr the liberal iatronago the deer don't know what to make ou have given me in the R. Bennetts' Sunday. ed for the defendant and that 6aid which of it. Mrs. John .FloVlen has pneumonia. officers at said precinct, at said elec- past and as I am now better equipThomas A. Edison devoted thanksAgnes, little daughter of Mr. and tion, likewise by mistake, oversight ped and better situated, I shall try giving to working In bis laboratory. Mrs. Clarence Tlchenor, has pneu- or otherwise, wrongfully counted, give even better service than to are the privileges of great monia. Such canvassed and certified as a pant i men. School in to Rough Ulvcr district the returns from said precinct that over. began Monday., It was closed two p'alntlff received sixty-si- x Remember the location, as It Is votes when The south wants to elect presidents ago because of the death of in truth and in fact the plaintiff less than one hundred feet away In the same old way. She would not weeks Geneva, little daughter of Mr. and Mr received only sixty-on- e votes, or from tho one formerly occupied. havcTso much to say in a nation wide Respectfully, Chejton Boyd. Geneva was one of less, and said officers at said elecprimary. Mrs. Foreman's brightest pupils. She tion, by mistake, oversight or other 20U. J. R. PIRTLE, Dentist. Moving picture shows and lllus- From a'l the newspaper reports was supposed to have died of dlptheria. wise also wrongfully counted, can that follow "John Doe" In New York School Is liroKressing nicely in the vassed and certified as a part of the trated songs at Dr. Bean's opera ought tto be sent up" for 099 year's. Wa!ton's Creek district with Miss returns from, said precinct that house every Friday and Saturday r "v Dona Hooverds" teacher. " ' ' plajntlf f received ono other , vote nights. New songs and new pictures, at least. Mr. J. T. Bennett a highley which ballot was stamped with .the and a fine evening's entertainment A congressman has Introduced a gen stcncJI in the circle under thev Dem for 10c. protect calves. However, It cd citizen and noble Chris an bill to tb'ls place tleman at i A. M. ocratic devle, J "The Rooster", is veal fhaf, he has Jn mind,' not Saturdayof D:c For Sale. nlcr J J, 1913. Aged In the Democratic column and also flllt skirts. srjvcnty-slyc.is. Mr. Bennett was stamped with the stenclj in the clr-c't- o Buff Opplngton Cockerel's, mart. One hundred and ten thousand, wo- an old huit.it r and six of .hin aged strain. $1.00 and $1.50 each. under the Republican device," men are bojcottjng the egg trust n son'rades MRS. P. D. TWEDDELL, ctd as Pallbearers. Fun"Log Cabin", in tho RepublicChicago. .What Is tie matter with the eral services were conducted by Ttev. an column and which Hartford, Ky., r. '7. was reduce!1 tarirr on eggs doing the bus- H. P. Brovm 6undy, after which founted by said officers and certifi- Cumberland "phone. . 20tf. . iness" the interment took place In Walton's ed as a part of die returns from said Owensboro Optical House. Creek cemetery. precinct for tho plaintiff and Includ. Wonder If the Kentucky Senatoretl and makes up a part of tho vote Hartford, Ky Nov. 1. I have used ial fight between Beckham and StanA Good Reason For Saloons. so certified by said officers for him glasHos inado by R. C. Hardwick's ley will .take on the red fire and from the from said precinct and which ballot A convincing argument Optician, Owensboro, Ky., to my en"fire water" aspect of the PlncvlUe Herald. A Georgia town should not haye been counted for anycampaign. mahas voted .In favor of saloons and one and ought to be . deducted from tire satisfaction. His house and n for maklne lenses aro the League here Is the reason given by a citizen: tho vo,te which the p'alntlff receiv- chinery The National must bo an easy mark, it Is reported "If we are goInR to stand for our ed In said preclct. most complete in tho State, and he to have engaged Patterson women folks wearing shadow and In Horse Branch precinct, In said employs none but experienced work to lecture against Jbjuor at $8,000 silt skirts and our younger women county of Ohio, the offlceis of the ' per jear. Better take him on proba- learning to (Iftlice the boll weevil election, by mistake, overslBht tor. men. C. M. BARNETT. tion. wrongfully counted .canwiggle, Texas Tommy tango, the otherwise r, vassed and certified that tho defendChamp Clark contends that a Pres- bunny hug, the .bear dance, the Sheriff's Sale. votes tho buzzard flop and so on ant received only sixty-seve- n primary last year woulil have idential virtue of execution No. C18 dl- put him in the White House instead down the line, ithe men iolks might when in truth and In fact there were Just as well have their saloons and voted and cast at said election r In .rected to in;, which Issued from tho Of President Wilson. Pretty pood and clerk's office of tho Ohio Circuit said precinct by legal voters the who've push go to hell together." AfP-jr-against Presidential qualified . electors seventy seven bal- - Court, In faor of T. H. Wallace " lr- Tesrlitt!' Mcetlni.'. '.., or more, or votes, for the de- - against .A L. Stevens for $15C.8C a ml meeting at amdant. aU of which ha' lots' wei-t- l IV ctS. C'6iUk 1 61 oiio of iny deputies, bO Program tcacWfl PrcsldenTWHson told the suffra-- 1 . ",? . stamped with the stencil by wljl uh Monday the 5th day of Janucongress i Talortown. Dec, either eettcs that he could not urge . nVAfAlcAtf At of t uevouonui th,e voters casting tho eamn. In uiq ary, 1914, between tho hours to act on anything n n the Dora- at tlFsJnrtmfv . 1. ...... lfni'ln -,- ,....... Trtvlnr. TT(i small circle under tho Repub lean d; o'clock p. m. and A' o'clock p. m Ohjo .v... iu torcoi merc.uujji. iiutrurm. 00m In the tho Courthousodoorln Hartford, Shall we as vice "Log Cabin". t: va ilothllts ih tho platform about sponse Aaron Ross. expose U public teachers use our Influence In secur- Republican column and all cf sahl vol. I county. Kentucky, primaries. president!'-.canvass sale, to tho highest bidder, the following another month to tho rural should have been counted, of Jng described property, (or so much The projwsed change In ropixsen-tatlo- n school! Anna Carter, Frank Miller, ed and certified by tho officers de thereof as may bo necessary to patls Republican National Con- A. II. Ross. for Needs of tho Tural tho election as received by the ventions would not affect Kentucky behoof Ruth Hanimons, K. S. How- fendant from said precinct and said of- fy tho plaintiff's debt Interest and t: , ld pre- cost), to any extent. It la likely that our Prof 0zna Shit8 ,now to pro ficers at said c'lcitkn, In "Three tracts of land In Ohio counnumber of delegates would la 'In- - vont EU,3inl; ju reclutlon Earl cinct, by mistake, oversight or otherthe waters creased rather than diminished. Smith, W. A. Caseblcr. How to teach wise, wrongfully counted, canassed ty, Kentucky, on and near couveyed to aim Leslie Miller, and certified as a part of tho returns of Rough river: One tract Harftordand Ohio county should Civics and Its by What points wod from said precinct that plaintlfffe-celvo-d Daniel Parks by George Madison be proud of tho coming of the next Shelby Shultz. I consider in a written application! part of the returns from deed of record In Ohio County Clerk's as a Statu Association of thq American plaintiff, received office In deed book "F" page 383. Society of Equity, and prepare to E. G. Austin, Robt. Jackson, Logan said precinct that by S. L. HawSmith. Do we have enough common 112 legal votes when In truth and in Another tract convoyed thq "time of Klj the only 102 votes, kins and wife to Poter Parks by dood school graduates from Division 5! fact p'lalntiff received their lives. of record In said offlco In deed" book Corluno Woodward, Aaron Ross. Is or :6s, in said precinct. " 8eHslolT"of thoOhlo County It always best to punish a child as Board of "F" pago 386, which' was wllI,od by At a iDerendant, says that tho Parks by will Fiscal court held hero last Friday soon as it does something wrong! Election Commissioners of Ohio coun Peter Parks to Danlol business of the year was Mrs. S. O. Keown, and Mary Sue ty, Kentucky, whose duty it was to of record In Ohio County Clerk's ofunfinished ctiaud up as near as possible. It Johnson. How 1 teach Arithmetic to canvass the election returns, mot as fice.' Another tract conveyed to Dan Alexander ty deed was the last meeting' of tho present beginners Beulah Miles, May required by law and counted,, can- iel Parks Ty Chas. ..... ...m,wi returns of of record in Ohio Cauaty Clerk's of- Board of Magistrates, not one of How I can help the school . Said whom stood for reelection. A number Mrs. H. E. Hill. J.J. Maxey, Hiram eacT of the above pncJnotsf as cer- - flee in deed book ;'G page acres more or of timely speeches weru made by Whlte8carvjr. Improvement of school titled by tho election officers, from tract coining the'less. S&tno land convoyed jto W. E. in- nn.i Judge Wedding aud other meiribcrs grounds. Erdlne Bunch, John Allen, .... .. i.. of the court. The o'ectlon of a Poor Harry Leach. Should the trustee se- retro, thus made up and certified) Maxwell by deed of record In Ohio ... ..... nommiBflioners make 'County Clorkte offjeo In deed book House keeper was left over for the lect the teacher Independently! sew court U act upon. There are a Elijah Jackson, H. E. Hill, Q.L. Ben- and constitute a part of the returns No. 3, page 423 from A. L. Morton being of candidates. Tho ton. and were counted and wife. Said land then veyed by W. B. Maxwell and wife have all been faithful the tojaj Votney Beulah Mllea, Aaron Ross, fined by . Mikeltrate re- - to Jlr. L. M Stevens, A. L Sund WnUri nd defendant -- fjultcUHicent In the discharge, of their ShuVtz, Harry Leach, Committee. en.' on W. N. SUvens h October mine Wadding. duties,' as has also J All teachers are requested to be ihta defendant desires "Z .u-iin rh of the Uth. 1887. by doed .of record In They have not aiwajs been able to present by 10 a. m. -Jsj- -2 W. A. CASEB1ER, Ch'm'n. spkttse, but that would be Impossible lftBd bWfroTeaohof saUthr MRS. S. O. KEOWN, Soc'y. with any aot ol officials. They have opened.bsll!oU;coaWd by Mr. L. M. Steves, tried to do their duty as they saw Habitual Constipation and all Uver k. troubk can bo cured by using - - -" "v iw. UrlgBby's Ask J. H. Warden Well, against whom ta'County CJerk's tfflo. Ja deed taiok !D.2y ieup churges have been filed fit WUllams, Hartford, Ky, by Mr ,- Hartford Republican. "' . wh, - vl.l. i ,,.., ' .:' 1 to-w- lt: 1 sivtr co-um- Z 'T'T, ,rt t n a ltrrA ArfAJ xflAT1 ft'.uSaBBK bIbbbbWJvTww nXhfV i j Clothes cfjiijtt tiwt x&MBcr BlUlfflB V y n Mm " A New Suit, Overcoat or Raincoat May bo indisponsible during your Holiday ramification. You may want to spend for oach of these necessities either $5.00, $7.f0, 310.00, $12.50, $15.00, $18.00, $20.00, $22.50 or $25.00. Any of the above prices we can match with a suit of exceptional value and a nice Tango, of patterns to O'wiVVrV I H t "T to-w- lt: 11UI1I Tr-.p- Kv-- to-w- lt: than you get right here. You can get the suit you want at the price you want to pay. There is no quibbling about the price. We make but one straight legitimate price to everybody and you well know that you buy your clothes here as cheap as. your neighbor does on the day of your purchase., gome direct to us and supply your necessities from the store that carries the stock and makes you the right price. This Store is the Home of Hart, Schaffrier, & Marx Good Clothes from $18 to $30. We can match almost all of tho above prices with Overcoats and Raincoats also. ' . . Better clothes for the money "cannot bo found I I X i 1 x fc to-w- lt: bot E. P. BARNES i' & BR0. 1 .- BEAVER DAM, KY. i -- Under-wood-Hobs- Anti-Saloo- A Gift That Will v. Please the One You Wish to KODAK 5 half-cente- -- Please the . ". . .... .., 1 ai-ns- Most. We keep a full line of Eastman Kodaks, Films and Supplies, and they are going like hot cakes for Xmas presents, also carry the most magnificent line of Jewelry we have ever handled. Have a lot of newest things too numerous, to mention, and if you buy a present before seeing our line, you will see where you missed it. And say, you had better hurry, for folks are out already, getting the cream of the stocks; - I' r , ! i - to-wl- - dbii-gatc- s J. B. TAPPAN, The Reliable Jeweler and Optician, g. h' i HARTFORD, No. 31, page C&. Said, land veyed by W. N,. Stevens ' - . KENTUCKY. thi ..i out-goi- Stev-ceW- cd ST5JT3T;.-.I!- ... -ii : -f er sSvoSS. K'ihsald x. ttr.1 SS .!r.JStoJrit i. n,S .- ? "f ' then Don beginning; contain In g 50 acres more to A. L. or Jess." Stevens by, deed' of record in Ohio Said land levied and. subject to a County Clerk's office la deed book .No. morteaso of 2,000.00 "held by U M " in lhl 31, page J 82. Excepting 56 acres from Til tit nt llnrih.l' n.n,B. this sale bounded as follows: Begin- sum of , held .by E. G. Uarraea ning at a suisar tree and Beech on and mortgage of , held by tha the bank of Rough river corner to First National Uauk of HartfordrKy. Mrs. Yelsof farm; thence 8. 34 W. Said sale to' be matte oa a credit 4!07 poles t otho corner of the Armot vof six mpathg, bond wlthapproved farm In Mrs. Yelser's line; thonoe security required, bearteg lutersat ,a S. 72 W. 40 poles to a atone In Ar. the rate of 6 per cet'aaaufre Wn W poles to day of he sale and havsg met Ua; taeoe N. M theorce siVer; thence up and eUeot of a beech replevia boad, ' aid river with Its meanders to the' T, U. BLACK. 8. O. C. esu-Rout- 4. 'A Hi -- . ,r- - tv z 4.' .' : - v " .? . vfrfefcfc; J?HA.ta. "rjr.' M. ( JU ' feURE Special Faira'. Fairs'. .Miss In Ladles Xmas Gloves tit mlck and' Rash rushed to tho ance of tho struggling man. assistStom- Pretty Handkerchiefs for Xmas at ach pumps vlBittd In THING! LISTEN! co-operat- Martha Thomas, of Bundcc, town last woek. We want to thank every little Boy and Girl, for their hearty in helping Santa Claus make our Xmas opening a success. Our trade on opening day was far beyond our expectation. Our stock was very much depleted, but this week will add more new goods. So don't worry. You can shop in our store, having the satisfaction of knowing that you will get exactly what you want. Our advice, however, is to shop early and avoid the )ush which is SURE TO COME. We are also prepared to serve you in gifts for the older folks, such as Cut Glass, fine China Vases, Bricabrac, etc. A call at our store will suggest to you many, ideas that you have not thought of. Don't Forion We havo Jota of articles suitable for Xmas. CARSON & CO. Xmas Hose, Cuff "Buttons, Scarf Pins, Tie C!ftSs, at Fulrs'. See our lino of New Christmas Goods Ohio County Drug Co. Everything necessary "to mako a Fruit Cake at Ilor's Grocery. Suvcral oliltuaric8 and communi cations were crowded out of this Is suo but will appear next week. Dr. J. H. l'lrtle, returned home last Thursday from I.oulsvil!o where he had been on legal business. Mrs. 1. f. tftrnurd, oi Louisville, was called here on the account of the lilnces of her apother, Mrs. HqM. HoTbrook .Mcllcnry Messrs. and William Mooro havo returned home from Iexlngton for the Hollies.' Buy jour husband, brother or son a Suit, a Hat or a of Shoes for Xmas present at Carson & an Co's.' wcro applied, and every thing done to savo his Hfo. Phil Zulauf was known to nearly overy person In Owensboro and Daviess county. For a number of years he was recognized ns tho leading Jeweler in Owensboro, his place of business being on Frcdcrlca street. He wns a man that made friends, and In tho days of his prosperity, ho had friends by tho score .A fcirgo number of his warm friends have depart ed this life. Ho was a klndhearted and charltablo man, and was known to be generous with tho poor and ncqdy. JlillLnfiissssssEEifaf v9isssssHssbsIbsssssssssssssH9MI RE.S'OLVpn WE HAVE. NICE" Card of Thanks. To those of my friends and nclBli--- ! bors who so kindly and lender' y ministered to my bolocd wife during her (fast Illness, I dcslro to return ni heartfelt gratitude. May they alw.i)s havo the benefit of such true devotion Is my prayer. THOMAS WILLIAMS, Hartford, it. F. D. 4. - PRESENTS IN OUR. 'STqZE; IT WONT BREAK YoU TO BUT A t'V BBUUJr CHR.ITAAS LOTtf OF bHIbIfIII I THEM EITWER. HAVE PJrO. rr LOOK, m -- - Master Commisioner's Sale. Ohio Circuit Court, Kentucky. R. Duke, Plaintiff, vs. get this and remember that IT PAYS TO TRADE WITH A HOUSE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY. 2tez&1&(sG artford Republican, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 19. New Books in Ilor'a Library. Special Xmas Cloaks, at Fairs'. Nice China, Cut Glass. Etc., Fairs'. j at It. H. '. , L. & N. time card effective Monday o. No. Is on, Join the crowds E. Kailroad Tine Ttfck at The rush" FalnT. at flartford, Ky. Bring the children to see the Tos I No. No. Aug. 21st 112 North Hound due 7:39 a. dally except Sunday. 114 North Dound due l:lo P . dally except Sunday. 115 South Bound due 8:45 a, . daily except Sunday. 113 South Dound due 1:46 p. dally except Sunday. H. E. MISCHKE, Agt. m. in. at Falre Pretty Silk Underskirts, all .colors, at Fairs'. -- GUNS! GUNS! I have just received l a line of S! Rifles, Target Guns, Ammunition, Shells, (D.c. And respectfully request I you .to call and see the " largest and best line of v , Shot Guns, Ammunition, &c, ever brpught to Hartford. "Goods the beet and f prices the lowest. HOT GUNS, Buy your Xuiaa presents, at Cor son & Oo's. m. Christmas Goods, ull kinds Ohio County Drug Co. m Swellest line of Fruit Baskets you ever saw at Uer's. .Mr. Arthur Petty was In 'Louisville Saturday and Sunday. Big Jlne" of Tojs Ohio County Urug Co. Mr. and "Mrs. Snydor, or Uukehurst, havo xoturncd to Illinois. Xmas A'nias Curds, XmaaTags, Seals. Xmas Hibbons, at Fairs'. great variety of Big lino and Canned Goods at Uer's qrocory. Mrs. J. C. Klley, who was stricken vlth'iwralja!s, Is Improving slowly. large Save woTry about shopplnsr around Fairs' havo for your .Xmas things. thorn. Mrs. Dr" Ford loft Tuesday for Owen&boxo where she will visit rei- atlves. A subatantlul gift Js the kind to buy. "You will find those at Carson elties and-Nov- Hov. Virgil Elgin, who has been the guest of re atlves and frlonds, Ex parte, Defendant. By virtue of a Judgment and orhas returned to h)s home in der of sale of the Ohio Circuit Court, rendered at tho October term, As usual, thp place to buy a prca-c1913, in "the above cause for the diwill pleaso that loved one that vision of proceeds and costs heremest, Is at J. B. Tappan's Jewelry I will offer for sale by Public 2lt2. in and Kodak Store. Auction at the court house door in Many things to please the little Hartford on Monday, the 5th day of folks, also the older fockB, will bo January, 1914, about 1 o'clock p. m. found in the Christmas stock of the upon a credit of six and twelve Ohio County Drutf Co. months the following described propMrs. W. 1L Riley's mother, Mrs. erty, towit: Joannaji Annerlne and sister, Mrs. A certain tract or parcel, of land ar- being and lying in Ohio county and H. C, Rice, of Richmond, Ky rived Tuesday for on extended "visit state of Kentucky on the waters wiith Mrs. Rl'cy. of Rough crtek and bounded as folBeginning at a susar tree, Misses Lelie Glenn and Winnie lows: Slmmcnnan arrived hpme yesterday beech, mulberry and ash beginning from Nashville, where they are at-t- o corner to No. 11; thence N. 50, W. 200 poles to a black gum, 2 hickortending school, spend the ies .and sourwood, S. W. corner to days with their No. 11; thence S. 25 W. 170 poles to RookWo have a splendid line of ing Chairs, Dining Ohalrs, Furs.Nan-kln- s. 3 beeches In Berryman's line; thence Table Linens, Handkerchiefs N. 74 E. 135 poles tq the beginand a number of other desirable ning, containing 106 acres, be same raoro or less. Beim? same land deedItems for Xmas presents. ed John Davis Duke and .Mary C CARSON & CO. Duke by Washington Duke, and wife, Mrs. W. B. Taylor has rented and recorded in deed book 11, page 220, Mrs. L. moved Into the residence of Ohio County Clerk's office. I). Foster, corner of Washington and InterAlso an undivided one-ha- lf "Mrs. Taylor former Streets. est in all the oil and gas underlying ly lived here, while her lmalwud was same. Said Commissioner will ofCounty Judge, and her many friends the fer saktt'oll and gas rights and land arc e lad to welcome her return. for salej7 together and will sell Bald' ch SunService at .Methodist-churInland and one undivided one-haday morning and evening with terest In and to' the oil and gas preaching by the pastor. Subject Sun- thereunder as a 'whole. day morning "The Wonderful One," Tho purchaser will be required At the evening service there will he to execute bond with approved sea roll call and It Is desired that curity immediately after sale. ' every member bo there to answer to This 12 day of Nov. 1913. his nauiel 22t3. E. E. B1RKHEAD, .Miss Conine Tllford and Mr. Master Commissioner. Do'jmar Stewart, both .of Cromwell, Harnett & Woodward, AtO's. were quietly married at the homo of Mr. George Trout, city, .yesterday EVEN THE MULE KNOWS afternoon. The S3rioo was informed, by Rev. Napier of the local M. E. Churclu Both Miss Tllford and Mr. Stewart 'are well known iln tills city, and their friends wish them much happiness lu their united WKgi BESuissssssssssssssssssssK3Bsssssssssi Journey tliru life. nt -- IF YOU HAVEN'T YET DECIDED WHAT TO (JIVE, COME AND .SEE THE LOVELY THING S WE'VE GOT. BUT YOU'D BETTER BE QUICK ABOUT IT, AS SOME ONE MIGHT GET THE VERY THING YOU WOULD HAVE PICKED OUT. USEFUL THINGS, PRETTY FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY; TIF YoU.pON'T JEE WHAT .YOU WANT, AJFOR IT; IT'S 1 9 To J WE HAVE THE VERY THING THAT WOULD PLEA.SE THEM THE MO.ST. YOU KNOW OUR A-HON-E-- ST PRICEJ WELL, THEY ARE eJU-SA3 EVER. GIFT-5 PREJENTJ, JENJIBLE -- CARSON & CO. INCORPORATED, Jty Hartford, Kentucky. I! i ystHsfillBllaBBllHiilBWssBBSH Commits Suicide. The Owensboro Inquirer ot Mon- day says: While In a ilt of desiondeucy, and brooding over 111 health, Philip R. Zulauf, one of the oldest and best known citizens ot Owensboro, committed suicide About 9 o'clock this morning by swallowing about one ounce of carbolic acid, at his home No. 418 St. Ann street. Mr. Zulauf lingered about 30 minutes after com mitting the deed, and although he was eivea proier medical attention, soon after he swallowed the deadly drug, life was soon extinct. Mr. Zulauf had been In bad health for several months, suffering most ly with asthma. On this account he bad been abjlo io do very little work. On numerous occasions he had com plained to his family of his (roubles, and had uiado two or three, attempts to tako his 11e. About two weeks ago, while In theact of taking poison, ho was discovered by bis youngest dauHbter, Mrs. Mack Allison, who snatched the bottle from his lips. His family, knowing the circum stances and frame of mind of Mx. Zulauf, had been In fear for some time that he would end his life and were not surprised when he told them that he had finally "ended It JwKiWllillilllllllli tssMsMssHlJrsr m y Presenls St , I "Vfe - JP I And the same old place to buv Where the best feed comes from. Tho best way to get them by my store Is to buy some eed. THY IT. If they hal'k then It's because ihey want more. My feed is not an ex pense, it ia simply an Investment. Your stock wlU. grow better and do more. Christmas W. E. ELLIS ' HARTFORD, Th Produce Merchant - KENTUCKY & Co's". u, s. .CARSON KY. Groctfryman - HARTFORD,- - Vnm tor Xmas at Falre'. Xmas TU far.'.aea at 'MI'Hwftr Jfwa at Vtirp', fjltvi-i-v JTriAe fct Fairs. F'r'j J "' SMM"ki Tje r. earts at (Wppllw Ftr'. c Frederics street for a short time. After returning home and eating his breakfast, he again, went out, and this, time he is supposed to have at ller'B Grocery. , , purchased the drug. The polaon was Buy something worth whUe tor procured atFrledman's drug store on Ind You can your Xmas prosoirt. Frederics street, after which Mr. .Zuthem at Carson & , lauf returned to his home a4 swal-" Williamson. .,of -.- Gram w.iiiiamlowed It I ham. was tiu gutst ot bis daughUsTi After taking the poison, Mr. ,Zu- MhM vMar&arct .uiist week. lauf twsed to hi wtte and daugh- grocer, ter, Mrs. AlUaon, tad said "I have J. C. Iler, the bos the finest lino of Christmas etkMi & all." An lrtu was Ua- ' JsaoAiateljr ,glTfn, and Drs. McOor- goods he Jws ever handJwh Taylor spent Sunday in Mr. Bo Loltchfleld partly the guet 'of his brother. Well assorted stock and Bultablo Christmas Presents at Ohio County Drug Co. Miss MnrJam Holhrook will return home tomorrow from SluclbvlUe for the. IloydajB. Finest line of Candies, Nuts, Fruits. Cocoanuts and other "goodies," at Uer's Grocery. MIm Noll Austin, of Desv'er. Cdio. is 4he gunrt of relatives da Beaver Dam and Hartford. Cranberrk, Celery, and everything newlod to go wiu tb Turkey, Which will be appreciated on nccouift,"bf heir value. I have in stock a nice assortment of Watches, Chains, Fobs, Rings, Stick Pins, Lockets and Chains, Brooches, Necklaces, Mesh Bags, Bracelets, Cuff Buttons, Tie Clasps, Silverware, Eye Glasses, fca, from which you can make a choice which will be both elegant and cheap. 1H , M: A. FAUGHT, In Mgr. - Absolutely the Lowest Prices and Big- m. gest Values Ever Offered. This is a great opportunity for you to buy an elegant Christmas Present for much less money than you ever did before much cheaper than the market price. Call and let me show aud convince you. My s and there is nothing cheap about goods ate them except the price. If you are looking for something nice and a teal bargain, here's the place. first-clas- all." this Mr. Zulauf arose about C:30 o'clock ipomkflg, and went over on HARTFORD. KY. Factory" Reprtsentative for High Grade Pianos, Player Pianos and Organs LATEST SHEET MUSIC. t P08. R. W. KING, Jeweler Write Ui I Fricei. EasyrayMtti. CaUlfwa.. Barnard & Co. Old Stand, Hartford, ' Kentucky. .j. .,, , iImiiI yr &&Uft '&Ml! Vrr- fiyp!wf fmjtf l a u It or my mall, 30c. Tfelffer Mummy Eyet. Mummy eyes, ns tljey are called, Chemical Co., Philadelphia and St. THE CONSIDER iire taken from the bodies of Dollvlrai Louis. m mummies, but bear no resemblance to FIELD LILIES the human eye. They look like glass Will Ingeniously Concealed. shells Vtlth gilt Inside, and in splto of A will has been found under eleven their being solid, they are dellcato and thicknesses of wallpaper by workmen very easily broken. When exposed to Is lost engaged In stripping- tlio walls of a the gilt of Great Toach-ir'- s dampness rcsemblo appearance yellow bouse adjoining the Hoyal Marino l, Dhp Meaning pleco of they a and Cowcs, Isle of Wight. crystal. DruRglsU ho-U- Directory sssssKsBssMs!J rP Circuit Court T. F. Dlrklicad, Judge; lien 1). Hlngo, Attorney; V. V. 3 ty; cnor, President; Henry Plrtle, Sec rotary; S. E, llcnncttr Treasurer. COUNTY IiOAItD OF EDUCATION. C. Q, Davenport, Warren count Ohio county offlccra L. D. TIcW W Parabolic Discourses, I i I Dr. Hobson's Ointmont Heals Lessons From the Sparrows Lessons From the Lilies Lessons of Divine Providentisl Care Lessons For the Lessons For the Church. World In Lessons Lessons In Patience Hope Lessons In Contentment. New York. Pec. 14. Itchy Eczema. BBzt as" K spoke T c ill p I Pastor iV .ISus-mjI- I In Tho from "Anil why take yd 'thought for rai- !vt, today, I v ment? Consider the lilies of the field, how they grow; they toll n o t. neither do they spin: nnd )ct I say unto 'you, that even Solomon in nil his glory wns not nrrujed like one of these. Wherefore, if God s.o clothe the grass or the field, which Is, and tomorrow li cast into the oven as fuel, shall He not much more clothe you. O ye of little faith?" Matthew C:2S-30- . Opening his discourse, the Pastor reminded his audience that the Great Teacher taught In parables nud dark easily comprehended. ucylngB not Kven His disciples did not understand jnany of His statements until enlightened by the Holy Spirit at Ponteeot. We are not surprised, said he. that many have misapprehended the Master's dark sayings respecting the cutting off of hand or foot, the plucking qt of an eye. undying worms, quench-les- s fires, and even our text. There are people today who interpret tbe Master to mean that His followers are nof to labor as do the remainder of mankind for the necessities t life, but arc to be maintained by tithes, collections, etc. The Pastor believes that such make a great mistake. as did tbe man recently reported in the fM'ew ns having cut on his hand in what he thought was obedience to the Master's instruction. We should avoid eucfa errors of Judgment, and seek to Aavc tbe spirit of the Master's teach-.le- g tbe spirit of n sound mind. A .Crucial Test. Applying bis text the Pastor declared tbat if wc have the faith to believe Mat God through Christ has accepted ue as His children, we should as trust our Parent iu nil the affairs at life great and small. But here is ? tic crucial test Are we God's Has He begotten us of the Holy Spirit? Are our sins forgiven? Ar we reconciled to God through the death of His Son? Upon the affirmative answers to tiieee questions is the strength of the 4muUs of our hope nnd faith. If we arc JMt God's children, if He has not received us through Christ then we are Mii aliens and strangers. Then our .affair are not tinder His supervision. :but we are with the world sinners In he death sentence, each doing forhlui-js- h according to his ability in battling against death, and like all Gentiles xiviuK chief conoern to food, raiment aud earthly ambitions appreciating oot the higher privileges hi Christ The Heart of the Lesson. Tile Pastor then demonstrated that (lie lesson is not directly for the world U general. Those desirous of having Cod's providential caro should come Into relationship with the Heavenly 'atber through Christ. In order ba en- .privileges and favors which now , jo none umcr.s. curt of the lesson Is that the H'nthpr Isinost gracious, and .4ntiil.t m'ieln4 nrn nvrr nil In i'- , r ..III. III.. i 'I'lir. rli,.ili lu .II., IIIV uuiiivii ,1H. to work by faith, with full gi' In PP'Sifen'cp Him who has opened up JBo new way of life through Jesus and bus granted them the precious of children. These children of God need not feel harassed respecting life's experiences. Their Heavenly Father knows their needs better thnn they do. nud Is both able and w tiling to give them what is best Gradually they will learn that chastisements In the present life under Divine providence may be made to work out for them "a far uioro ox. feeding and etcrjuil weight of glory" on tiio Heavenly plane, to which they have been begotten. ' Learning Lesions of Faith. Tbe Pastor then called attention' to t the context Jesus pointed out that although the Mills have neither barns jior storehouses, yet God provides for them, veu ns also for the lilies. Purely lie is uo loss willing and able to jrovJdc for tuoMJ who have become lljfl children through Christ those fur whom ne gave His only begotten Hon! The Master spoke of the beauty of the Illy. Solomon in all his glory had Jio such seamless rube, no such perfect - lexture for his raiment. Perhaps the Muster bud a deeper thought thnn np-p- r on the surface. While He nssur-dl- y meant that we urw to trust Henv-e- f provision for natural clotulug. He way have meant also our clothing as spotless, seamless New Crenturrs-t- he robe of righteousness, grauted as a waAdlng garment. In which we bure mam to. the riches of God's grace. prize Above all ele this rob ILet-et oar tdeeiner'a merit This Is a free gift We could not pur-liaft ven na tbe Wy tolls uul and ptos uot fo? its beautiful robe. y -chil-.ken chll-.dren- The constantly Itchin, burning son t iK V',,,"Uiii,,,,t,l isatlon and other dlsagrcenblo forms ,of eczema, tetter, salt rheum nnd skin eruptions promptly cured by Dr. Hoh-- . son's Eczema Ointment. George W. Growing Pickaninny. Kltch, of Mcndotn, 111. says "I pur-- i chased a box of Dr. Hobson'a Eczo-'in- a ' "Lordy, 'Itastus, why don' you let Ointment. Have had l'czcnia ev 'em suspenders out, ns I tells you? Do-flong younh feet won't touch do ery since the civil war, have been (jroun'I" Pennsylvania Punch BowL by many doctors, none hao treated Siiiiiii of fclvcn the benefit that one box i!I!! Dr. Hobson's Eczema Ointment has." Wo'ro Every sufferer should try It. FOR FLETCHER'S so poslnlve It will help you wo guarantee It or money refunded. At nil i ! ; Did you know thai Calomel Is Mercury, and that Ita mercurlous effects will mln tho system, whllo GrlPsby's Is purely vegetable, and can bo used with perfect safety? Ask J. H. Williams, Hartford, Ky. lD.'y -.- and U. liarrass, Ky. 1. L. D. TJchcnor,. Hartford, R. V. Clerk; E. E. Ulrkliead, MoBtcr 11. T. Collins, Trustee D. No. 6. 2. i:. C. Hartford, Reynolds, Ky. Jury Kiind: T. II. Ulaclc, Sheriff, Deputies S. O. Kcown, 3. M. S. Patterson, Olaton, Ky. Hartford. 4. I). U. Alford, White Ilun, Ky. Ucaver Dam; (J. I. Jones, Kouto C, Hartford; W. C. Eari, Itoslne. Court . :.. Itlcliard I'luiuincr, Taylor Mines, convenes first .Monday In February Kentucky. .Mldkllf, Jailer; Henry I.caUi, Chairman, Uart'oni, E. wmr ' m & 1 I County Court It. It. Wedding. Judge; W. S. Tinsley, Clerk; O. E. Smith, Attorney, Hartford. Court convenes first .Monday in each month. Quarterly Court Begins on the February, May, fourth Monday In August and November. Tuesday Iu January and first Tuw- day Iu October. Other County Officers C. S. Mox Icy, Suneyor, Fordsllle, Ky., it. F. D. Not 2; Bernard Felix, Asses- sor, Hartford, Ky., It. F. D. No. 2; lie'iry l.cach. Superintendent, Ilnrt- fonl, Dr. A. U. lllley, Coroner, Hart ford. JUSTICES' COURTS. Leslie Couibs, Hartford, Tuesday after 3rd Monday In March, Tuesdav after 3rd Monday In June. Tuesdny after 3rd Monday in September, Tuesday after 3rd Monday iu December. John II. Miles, Uckport, Friday after 3rd Monday in Murcli, Friday after 3rd Monday in June, Friday Monday in September, after 3rd Friday after 3rd .Monday In December. O. E. Scott, .Cromwell, Wednesday after 3rd Monday In March, Wed nesday after 3rd Monday in June, Wednesday after 3rd .Monday in September, "Wednesday afiei 3iu Mon-ua- y In December. John II. Miles, Rockport, Friday utter 3rd .Monday March, after. 3rd Monday In June, Friday af(er 3rd Mouday in September, Friday after 3rd Monday In December. SatJ. C. Jackson, Ccntertoun, urday after 3rd Monday in March, Saturday urter 3rd Monday in June, Saturday after 3rd Monday In September, Saturday utter 3rd Monday In December. M. C. Cook, Renfrow, Tuesday after 2nd Monday in .March, Tuesday after 2nd Monday In, May, Tuesday after 3rd Mouday In August, Tuesday after 2nd Monday In November. 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V Ohio aat7; M. L Xar, KftrtXa ooua- - mmM.mm,m:wm t.V?4U. p,u . JrB.. SOL' 6-- . v. .. il.-- . 1 J u HUMOR IN 'I'D BATTLE. LONDON "PEA SOUP." Milts and Fogs 8o Thlek That They Turn Day Into Night London and Londoners have been the butt of mnny a good Joke, but pcrtnlps the oldest subject of the humorist Is the London fog. The mist, which is commonly called "pea soup," dates back to the seventeenth century. There are records as far hick as that which indicate that the city suffered even in those days from mNts as Intense as any of those of today. In November, luU'J, John Evelyn made n note In his diary to the effect that thero was "so thick n mist and fog that people lost their way In the streets, It being so Intense that no light of caudle or torches yielded nny direction. Robberies are committed d between the very lights which are between London und Kensington on both sides and while coaches and passengers were passing. It began about 4 in the afternoon and was goue by night. At the Thames they beat drums to direct the watermen to make the shore." Visitors to London in those days were In the habit of making fun of the fog just as the visitors of today. Condomaia. Spanish ambassador In Queen nilzuhcth's time. said ton friend who was returning to Spain, "My compliments to the sun. whom I have not seen since I came to Kugland." In Cllzabeth's time the- - burning of coal was prohibited while parliament was In siwsfon. So dense were the fogs during he years of 1813 and 1814 thnt when the prince regent tried to make his way to iiattleld. the home of Lord Salisbury, he could not find his way and was compelled to forego the trip and return to Cn'rlton House, which he reached after u succession of accidents New York Sun. fix-?- ' t i MCMffpUi !J4 DASTQRIA For Infants and Ohlldron. That Snapped th Tantlen and Saved the Day. Mnny ii time lm linn hciiii- - of Iminor nlllull U tllf Ill'lllllgO ur tliu muim of Unclv Sum Uvon nit n Hlii'ot imclior to them. Danger dcndly ouongli (o imike A Laugh GIVEN AWAY FREE! BARREL WHISKEY 7 YRS. OLD, "OLD QUALITY" ONE CHANCE OIVEN WITH BACH QUART BOUGHT The lucky number will be drawn at 10 p. m. the night before Christmas. No matter where you Jive, if you have the lucky number you get the barrtl 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. i The Kind You Have n ALCOHOL 3 PER cent AVfcfcfaWefrmimfUIVi.i Always Bought Bears the Signature of tLc bnivcHt p.ittse n tunor Ivl when touched by tills Miivlng nuo. "1 rcmcnilwr well liow u timely little plcamiutry In n moment of demlly peril turned utter defeat Intu litory for us nt 1'ort Itcpublle. eomlileied liy Stone-wn.Inckxon the miwt de"ernte of nil liH despemte buttles." ,ild nil old of the atnnewiiH" lirltfiide of the I(k ll vet-er.- ItaglhcSloMduaBdDvlsrfl Confedernte army. "Geiiernl SliletdV line of buttle, of the Uower of the Union troop then In the Shemindoiih valley, stood with Its right think retlnj; on the Shcnnndonli river und Its left clutch-Illrml v to the steep Hhotihlcr of the Itlue ltldse inoiiiitnliis; stood there like the mountain ridge ltelf. not to be moved, nut to be dunked. IIIkIi on the slope nbove mid In rront of the left ulng n well posted buttery of eljjht powerful Held kh"- - poured destruction Into the Confedernte lines. "Stonewall .Imkion miixt have those guns. Not only win this to rom-posed n neee-wnry P. R. LANCASTER 4 CO. - We have the most complete line of Liquors, all kinds and all brands, in' Owensboro. SZ ST ! Plrortotes DigpslionJClvf and RestContalns neicr OpiumMorphinc nor Mineral. s AAiT IP Not Narcotic. Jbitmnn RmrkaSttJ- AMTrWl- - JAMES & CO., Plrst Class Llverymeii Centertown, Prompt A ttention wstftwlrnr? Aperfcct Remedy forConsfip lion sour 3uiKuai.Likiiiiu Uf-fVuntil.tnlic M -. U8( m nessMlLossoFSii?. rKS'ui Sijnarare of aW For Ovbi fee NEW YORK. Thirty Years victory, but uIkd to ae himself from complete defeat, for to attempt tq withdraw his men In the fate of that deadly ahell lire meant rout. Already two Georgia regiment had hurled themselves ugaluxt the battery and then reeled, crushed, to the rear. General Taylor's Texnin, veterans of San .In-n to In the Mexican war, had twice stormed up the steep slope to the muzzles of the guns, only to slugger back, leaving half of their otlkers on the Odd. - Kentucky. and Good Service. TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, OUR CLUBBING RATES. The Republican and Louisville Herald ....$1.35 1.60 The Republican and Courier-Journ. ....... 1.75 The Reptblican and St. Louis L50 The Republican and Home and Farm Owensborolnquirer 1.75 The Republican and 3.60 The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald 3.50 The republican ana JJany uwensDoro 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 $ 1.60al Globe-Democr- iidWtheiWi Exact Copy of Wrapper. CASTORIA TM( "To us, lying In reserve. In full view of that bloody mountain side, there galloped up au aid from General .lack-so- n. A WIZARD IN MEMORY. OlTUK HDNtr, MtW TO CITT. "Charge that battery and take HP be shunted to our commanding ollleers, pointing to the brlstllug guns. 'General .Inckson says he must have those guns-- he sssssasssflssssssssg LOUISVILLE must have them!' "A murmur ran dowu our line. None, neither friend nor foe. ever accused the Stonewall brigade of being afraid Hut when we looked up nt those grisly guns, ynwnlng. blank mouthed, beneath their smoke canopy; when our eyes swept up that fatal sloie, now gray with southern dead, we came about as near knowing fear as ever a soldier wisues. Poultry Supply Co. 305 East Market Street "And just then there came from a lank and ragged private In the front LOUISVILLE, KY. 1 i! The only and original poultry supply house south of the Ohio River. s We keep a full line of first-clas- I ranks the drawling words: "Say, boys, let's chip la an' buy them nir guns for Ole Jack!' UA roar of laughter rolled rioting down the Hue. snapping the tension. The commanding odlcers, seizing the opportune Instant, started the charge. The gray lines, close on their heels, swept up the slope, laughing, shouting, falling, yelling, dying to victory! 5 "A little timely humorSind 'saved the day for the Confederate uriuy!" New York Times. POULTRY. SUPPLIES AND FEEDS. Write for Price List. QQGQ99G&sGGGQG&QGm&&Qt Ladies!S"eM9erlKei ' MafasJM and Uiwf McCaU MOGULS. MAGAZINE Asparagus Analysed. Asparagus belongs to the family of plants Hllacae that Includes onions, leeks and garlic. Knell of those vegetables contains a small quantity of sulphur la the furw Of nn oil. Tti presence of toe (sulphur Is more notlieable In unions than In asparagus, 'hut 'if shoots of asparagus are left In waier for a few day "t he odor of onion develops "und becomes "unite strong The food value of asparagus Is slight, and much of It Is lost In the process of noil Ing. The London Lancet declares that after boiling for tvyeiijy .minutes as- Scott" paragus bus virtually no food value. , Scott Could Retain In His Mind Anything Ha Heard Once. To bis rare good fellowship and' hi? powers of endurance Scott added one other quality, without which his vigorous search for literary material might have' been of little use namely, a most extraordinary memory, which enabled him to retnln what he heard and use it many years nfterward. James Hogg the eccentric Ettrlck Shepherd, gives a flne instance of tills power One night Scott, with bis f i leuils flogg and Skene, was out on u llshlng expedition "While we three ut down on the brink. of n river," says Hogg. "Scott desired me to sing them my ballad of 'Gil mu if 8 Clough.' Now be it remembered that this ballad hud never been printed. 'I had merely coniKsed It b rote and on diilshlng it three years before Jjud sung it oxer once to Sir Wul tcr. ,'t began It nt bis leipiest bur at the eighth or ninth stunza I stuck In It and'1 could not get on with unothei verssijon which be began It again and reclUH.t eter word from beginning to end. T . "It being n, very long ballad, consisting of eighty-eigh- t stanzaui J testified my nstonisliment.ykuowlng that be bad. never uenrd it but once ana even men did uot nppear to be paying particular attention. He said be had been QiiL wltb a pleasure, narty Bs'fflr ns.lhe opening oi lue iiriu or conn ana n amuse the company be bad recited that bnllad und one ofSoutbey's ('The Abbot of. Aberbrothuk'). both of which ballads he had beard only once from their1 re"peotlve authors, and be believed he recited them both without misplacing a word." From Charles S. Olcou's "The Couutry of Sir Walter Light" In a Bookstore. at Twice-a-Wee- k Twice-a-Wee- - : '.Jf' THE REPUBLICAN. Address all orders to r(A. - YOUR letter H.esd$ Bill Heads. - i. INoteheads Cards - .Envelopes ' $r Statements Style by Reading McCall'a BUCUCffS BULBS SWCEEB. 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Men .have gone mad on the subject, but without ilny practical results. It was demonstrated long ago by Sir Isaac Newton und De hi (lire that perpetual motion Is Impossible of attainment. . Kven the solar system, the mot wonderful machine of which we ITave nny knowledge, will run dowu la the course of time, some say in nhout 1 1.000.000 or years from now. New Vork American. i 8pell Thlt. Some of you who think ycu aro well up lu spelling Just try to jpnil the words lu this little sentence: "It Is agreeable to witness the unparalleled ecstasy of two harassed peddlers endeavoring to gauge the symmetry of two peeled pears." Head It over to your friends nod see bow mnny of them can opcll every word correctly. The rentence contains some of the real puzzlers of the spell ing book. sistants. They are apparently so busied in distributing literature tbet they have no time to read It Tbe other day I weut Into my usual "bookseller's and news agent's" with a usual demand and tbe extra one. for I bad mislaid my copy of the "Ajiocrypha." a volume always bard to obtain. "And have you the 'Apocrypha.' please?" The courteous young lady thought, glanced round. "Let me see," she said. "Is It a weekly or u iuoutbly?" London Chronicle. With many others. 1 buve complain ed of the Ignorance of tbe bookshop as- t And other printed forms are given Special Attenton In Tliat RAawaVla''.aM 4 "il Job Department. i 60 YEArtS EXPERIENCE Precept and Practice. The He v. S. K. Keble tells a good "precept nnd practice" story. The successor to the living of Cb.irles Kings-Ictold him that, although Klugsley went till over the country preaching sanitation, Ids own rectory was found to bu in uu uninhabitable condition. owing to the churchyard draining beneath the drawing room. The succeeding rector hud therefore to build n new rectory and lost faith in social reform- era.-1'- all Mull Gazette. STOMACH TROUBLE c y FOR FIVE YEARS I I - Majority f Frieiii TkMgkt Mr. taking other medicines. ' .'ii.wctsitw "Piss ESS Jgaiotto, without efcjryt, IwtEo milnlnn whtthr I.Tf.i.in &&XVttW.ffMH&2VS!!& r tlon ttneiiT fonuau.i. - fABVRIAUTfl Aft. ana awcnpiiiin m a ....IkMcn froft UI i Trad Marks nrtldMl sgti X ISvIb1bvIKi I til oouucHm, ur ao im. IttaYJIIEg birUiUlaiU Credit Is Due. ,. 4 Whan Clouds Were Dark. 't man believes be Is a hero If he Blll-yes, I 'know old Jackson amuses a baby for three minute. But rjojwns u good sort He did avery rWrfflXl tm W CI. nnaa.aa.wa. be never gives a mother credit for kind action once for me when the umuslng It twenty-fou- r bourn a day. cloud. wore dark aud' threatening nnd Cluclnuatl Enquirer. tbt world looked ho black Sid -- What did the,dpY Hlll-- lle lent me au um Turned Down. ' brl!". Loudon Mall. Sorry to refuse you, old Kloseroao application aootkta auj hal a rough m man, my money likes company. but Dlaply.tlond,whnrcpiatd,qiilckl)ea'tcu V mrOf H. Daily Slaughter. M acttf. Eclaia,fcryi(xla,'lllcr, UlccianJ 1 Borrows What do you uimbT Klosa-mno"Young Mii(HCHh munt think that propcrtica. I akla duuiu yleM to in curau all can't bear to be a loan." Boa-to- n time has more lives than a cat" m s.a4(MtMiaiaa4lKwk. '1lMaTa4SiHilr." J Transcript "Hov-- tor K !y everj dny.- ""He If tou want to be missed b vour Judjfe. kills it rctfulai n il (r(enda bt usefu- l- Robert H. Lee. euLuion of an etrWMklry t h..domlr IlluilnUtd lurnl. Irwt m a 1 nnt. wifoarmontbi,fl. SoiilerallriewtoMlnj. Scientific flpKrtcan. - Ever Faithful. , Another Face Allures Him. 'IJetiry. I believe you are like nil the - watch your teacher, men. When I give yoTTleHerw to mall "I hope youJohnnie, and remember what she you think It's a good Joketo carry shows you." them for days and days In yuu,pock- "Nnw. I don't" et" "What 'do. you do?' "Abigail, I give you my word I mall "1 watch the clock." Cleveland Plain every oue of Dealer, Tribune. A Hifke WM Helped atecerery. Die, Bat take his advice, although any confidence in it. I decided t did notbaw 0m Hw to have now been taking for three months, and it has cured Black-Draugat- "'. bu o" haven't had those awful sick headache7 since 1 began using k. laWJiri Oh, I am so thankful for what Blacfc interesting ad vices from this place, Mr, A. J. Hughes Draught has done for me." ht has Imm writes as follows: "I was down with Thedford's five (5) years, and fowtd a very valuable medicine for d stomach trouble for would have sick headache so bad, aH rangements of the stomach and liver. H , times, that I thought surely I would die. is composed of pure, vegetable JMrta, I tried diKweBt trealmtsj$ they contains, no dangerous ingredients, ajsT acts gently, yet surely. It can-bJreehr did not seem to do me any good. Pomeroyton, Ky.In Black-Draug- e -It K I got so bad, and all my friends, except one, thought I kept in every famHy chest Get a package today. He advised me to 'try would die. " Only a quarter. and quit TlMdford'a I could Black-Draug- not eat or sleep, Used by young and old, aad sheuld - j r-- J ? y t$fMimmnHlumlMNtfl "' '"'"' ru mi7ll 4jl iiin.u)jnm'i j' , I N i w .1. 6.36 8.02 Mltohell, Arthur, 1 town lot.. Robertson, P. A., 2 a.. 4.33 8.83 Self, A., 3 a Smith, S. H., 80 a 10.23 1.14 White, C. C, 60 a Vinson, John T., 2 6.50 NO. 10 SELECT. Wilson, E. E., 25 a 10.47 18.40 Young, Jim, 75 a., Albln, J. 1)., 200 a 6.12 NO. 23 BUFORD. Duke, J. H., 40 a 7.52 Dodson, Emhry, M. J., 100 a Mrs. L. v., 10 a.... 2.54 16.87 ... 7.50 Eldson, C. J., 100 a Kmbry, A. N 6 a 4.95 French, Mrs. Amelia E., 78 a.. 7.47 Geary, Arthur, 12 a 4.03 Jewell, 0. W 199 a, 1 town Morris, J. V., 6 a you visit Owensboro Are here and 27.17 6.88 : Miller, C. V., 45 a lot 12.71 Mayfleld W. II., 145 a NO 11 HORSE BRANCH. to see don't 8.75 6.22 Smith, Mrs. Savlllc, 37 a.... Allen, John, SO a...... 5.90 Allen, S. S C a..... NO. 24 BARTLETTS. 1.40 C.77 Ev-'- y. .' Baize, E. E., 45 a Mrs. lary A.,20 a.. . 6.2 4.35 Funk, T. E 60 a , Warren, 40 a Bod, 7,36 3.93 Funk, C. T., 50 a Dchart, C. M., 40 a 4.96 5.60 Gray, W. 4 D., n Daniel. H. E 30 n For Toys, Dolls, Fine Cutlery, Rogers and Your 6.27 5.60 Saddler, David, 50 a Dehart, John, 50 a C.69 Lilsey, Frqd, 44 a 8.o Saddler, M. T., 60 a Rex Silver Knives, Forks and Spoons, Toilet 2.30, S.70 Westcrflcld, Mrs. .Mamie, 52 Ljnch, Mrs. M. A., 70 a 3.30 WcstcrTleld, 7.86 97 a.... H Morris, Joe, 75 a J. Manicure Sets, Nickel Baking and ChafingDisb-esMcDanlel, J. B., 1 town lot.. 18.27 NO. 25 IIEFLIN. 6.22 Dradsti-19.19 Ruthurt, Maxlc, 35 a W. C. 80 a Coffee Percolaters and thousand other 6.91 Stevens, Mrs. Mar',, 10 a.... 7.50 Easton, Albert, 50 a.,. 7.50 Hefner, James 69 a.... 1I.S6 Stewart, James, 32 a things suitable for everybody. 8.78 Ilellln, J. B.( 25 a 6.27 Thomas, G. J., 172 a 4.87 NO 12 ROSINE. Johnson, Etta, 100 a 5.60 Loyd, Jarrett, 30 a 4.96 Arbucklc, R. L., 20 a 7.50 Shaver, Jacob, 31 a 7.98 Brown, John, 75 a 4.95 Craig, L. C, 20 a NO. 26 CERALVO. 4.95 Allen, E. T., 50 a 10.38 Clark, J. D., 30 a 8.20 Clark, Mrs. Florence, 15 a.... 2.29 Itocbrteon, C. D., 25 a 3 65 Tllford, Emory 45 a 10.53 Craig, Mrs Thclna, SO a 5.90 NO, 27 POINT PLEASANT. V.iO Daugherty, C. Ev 43 a Sullenger, C. B., 5 a "THE BLUE BIRD" 20.38 7.63 Miller, S. A. (N. R.) 115 9.83 Dabney, J. W., 52 a Shaver, J. T., 45 a 2.00 Reynolds, C. W 18.60 100 a Fllback, Mrs. IUtla, 37 a Schroader, N. A., 30 a 109 W. MAIN STREET 7.96 5.60 Wright, W. H.. 11 a Goodwlnc, J. II., 35 a 10 a A., jNLOUISVILLE Schroader, N. A., 17 2 1 town 5.60 Welch Mrs. E. M lot 4.77 Schroader N. a.... 13.52 Kendall, Coitus, 4685a 6.90 NO. 28 NARROWS. a... 103.64 Kuykendall, Geo., A. L., 385 a Stevens, -5.35 Bolton, Alex, 50 a Farewell Fngagement of Famous Schroader. E.. 1 town lot.... 3.15 Mlnton, M., 60 a 4.05 Blacklock, Jas. M., by J. 10.5C Perry, Ollle, 1 town lot. Waddell, H., 30 a ' ... ,. ,3 59 ' Thomas, 40 a Patterson, C. N. by J. N. Twecd-del- l, Spectacle at Macauley's DeNO WEST HARTFORD. 88 a 3.60 Conder J. W., 125 a Carpenter, Clint, 1 town lot.. 8.05 cember 22, 23 and 24. 6.22 Cook, Mrs. Jul I" 70 a,.... ,. 8.75 Harry, 60 a jrfiniiiiiif! 2.70 Stowart, Daniel, J. A., 1 town lot 8&5 Mrs. Mary a., 100 a 4.S5 Foreman, E. D.( 65 a MpOEmwHEiibiW Stowar lIlltlililllMw Donlng, John, J. H. Glenn, agt. 1.32 I 6.22 Harrison, Alex, 1 town lot. ,. 5.52 B Stewart, W. H. 6S a Wm Johnson, Mrs. Amanda, 1 lot 1.28 On account of the enormous size 1 ' 8.55 Harrison, V. ""l"fllIBi 1H Stewart, J. A., 70 a Noasant, 57 a... ,. 3.20 "I 4.80 of the New Theatre production of King, D. W., 1 town lot 6.13 KIrby, E. G., 6 a , Schroader, Mrs. Rosa, 60 a. 1 town "The. Blue Bird " the Messrs. Shubert Patterson, Mrs. M. E., 4.95 Balrd, Lod, 26 Schroader, A. L., 7 a a 7.6S lot the New York managers, announce 2.30 Powers, G. W., 68 4 2a a... 5.60 Stowart, Mrs. S. II., that It can be played In no other city Robertson, E. G., 21 a 6.15 Rogers, J. H., 35 a 52 a. 4.70 Schroader, Mrs. Birdie, Louisville. Shropshire. G. M., 3 a In Kentucky outside "of 10.70 Sanders, A. ,E., 50 a Taylor, S. M., 100 a NO. 3 BEDA. This famous production wUl be seen 7.50 Willett, J. E., 14 a Taylor Truman, 8 a 5.60 Bartlett, C. H., 26 a for a farevve engagement at 10.14 Taylor, W. C, 83 a NO. 29 RALPH. Theatre there the half week Hoover, L. C, 153 a 6.27 NO. 13 EAST BEAVER DAM Clark, W. M, 150 a 19.20 starting Monday, December 22, with Hoover, L. C, 5 a 4.00 Miller, Mrs. Ruth, 1 town Iot .24 Evans, C. M., 126 a 16.50 gala matinee Wednesday The prices L'each. E. J., 120 a 7.55 Poole, Geo. W., 97 a. 1 town Fuqua, R. B., 180 a of scat 8 hate .been fixed at 50c to McCorinick, B. F. and H., 200 14.28 Johnson, Charloy, 53 a 6.33 lot 39.42 Phelps, acres at $2.00 evenings, and 25c Jo $1.50 ., 24.60 Norrls, J. A 11.42 W. B., 104 a 5.60 patrons are Nelson,' T. H., 33 a the matinee. 7.57 Recder, Mrs. Fannie, 21 a..'.. 6.60 Ralph, Dudley, 50 a 4.95 invited to send their malll orders at Park, Jno. H., 15 a 8.20 NO. 14 WEST BEAVER DAM. Ralph, J. W., 67 a 4.95 once, accompanied by remittance, to Travis, N. G., 20 a 8.S0 Russell, F. T., 40 a 5.62 Hodfes, C. P., 63 a Manager J. T. MacijUley, Macauley's ' NO. SPRINGS. 12.07 Rhoad3, D. S 1 town lot.... 8.18 Taylor, D 60 a Theatre, Louisville;. Especial care) Ashby. O.' L. and H. M., 30 children; 7.50 Wade, G. T 14.03 Taylor, Bill, 1 town lot 71 a will be taken of their needs and the 6.22 Tichenor, C. M acres 1 town lot.. 11.50 Wcsterficld, 6.93 C. T., 48 a.... "Yes, Jim: we are all well tickets are requested prompt! for- Ashby, "H. M 5.60 Tllford, Mrs. S. M., 1 town lot 1.60 Westcrfleld, J. A., 60 a 15 a. 14.30 have been real A'utry, Jno. F 33 a warded. 5.75 6.69 NO. 15 McHENRY. Wcsterficld, J. C, 49 a No other recent play has made quite Brafccher. V. B., 10 a 5.35 Bailey, Alonzo, 45 a 5.84 have you been? home NO. 30 PRENTISS. so profound a sensation in America Crltser, H. F., 41 a 7.50 Hawes, Ollls, 1 town lot 6.5 1 Shultz, Mrs. Laura, 50 a. will be fine! to see or .Europe as "The Buo Bird." jWith Chappell, J. D., 40 a. 8.80 Hawes, Sam H., 100 a 5.S5 Shultz, Mrs. Laura, 5a, YJLV 18.23 who is business man Its beautiful philosophy, rare humor Chappell. Laura B., 80 a 12.00 Likens, J. R., 1 town lot.... to be 5.62 Arbucklc, J. D 10.05 3 a... 9.88 Penman, Frank, 1 town and pathos, It has charmed all ages, Ualton, Elmer, 80 a joy to the family NO. 31 HERBERT. away lot.... 4.21 h.ome In "The Fltzhugh, James, 120 a 22.45 Robertson, R. D conditions and countries. 1 town lot.. 3.82 Bannon, W. E 75 a 8.77 discircle by cheery words over Bue Bird", Maurice Maeterlinck has Htnes, C. C, 50 a 6.85 Rowe, O. K., 1 town Jot..C. 11.43 BIcHett, W. T., 83 a given us the light and delicate fan- Huff, Oscar, 43 a 7.30 Raines, Robert, 2 a which keeps tance Bell 7.33 Blckett, W. T 14.05 10 a cy of the Pursuit by two children King. F. S.. 4.30 Stewart, Charles, 1 town lot. 5.42 Gist, C. D., 87 a always in with home ex the blue bird, thesymbol of happl- - Miller, J. E., 63 a... S.80 Trail, Virgil, 1 town lot 4.33, Gist. C. D., 100 a . 11.03 " ness. They are accompanied on their Peach, A. J., 5 a... 4.30 Wakeland, Geo. C, 1 town lot. 5.42 Hawkins, M. C, 81 a . 8.84 . When You Telephone Smile journey by Bread, a Jolly, grotesque Tucker, T. H 60 a. 9.25 Williams Mines Amusement Co. . 8.00 Hobbs, E. G., 69 a individual ; Milk, a 'beautiful, timid Wright, Jas. H., 124 -. 14.00 1 town lot 6.62 Harbours, H., 85 a . 8.00 creature; Water a flowing sylphlike Weddfng, C. L 100 10.05 0 a. . 22.60 -- NJX 16 CENTERTOWN. Hardin, Newman J. girl; 2'.9l Barnard,'!,. T., 10 b,1h Fire, a hissing, tempestuous Willis, D. R., 9 a..., . ... .6.70 Hasklns, W. II.. 45 a..... 5.45 12.40 Dexter, Heirs, by Sam EvertV 17 youin ; sugar, a siuy cnap wun can- - Wright, J. H 88 a . 15.80 &Iay, Albert, 130 a,...".' dy hands; the faithful Dog; the Bly, NO. 5 MAGAN. 3.25 May, Lon, 96 a acres :h 8.70 schoming Cat, nd otaher things and Baughn, C. B. 20 a Hill, H. J., 18 a 6.05 Payne, J. T., IS a. .. 4.20 JNCORPQRATKD. animals embodied In human form by Baushn, C. B. 150 'a 8.77 James Mattle Maddox, 2 a.... 1. 83 NO. 32 ARNOLD, v119 SOUTH ? IJYOR STREET, ATLANTA, GEORGIA. tht-- niaslc of Fairy Berylune. The Crowe. T. H., 3 4 a... 5.35 Maddox Heirs 6.90 Cook. Walter, 80 a. . . . .'. . b.W... a.3oTton 9.30 wonderful adventures of the children EdgeW. S., 75 a.' 16 a -- ..r. 11.60 3.22 Cook,R. E., 80 a ar made the basis of a series of Hines, A. G 98-- a 5.25 rT.aadox, Mrs.. Mecie, 93 a..., 25.16 Daugbfrty, Park, 15 a..., 7.5Q Phillpps, A. F., gorgeous spectacles, which cost the Hamilton, J 7.50 6.82 fimbry, Newton, 70 a 2. a ."; 16.44 Ross, W. H., cf the New Theatre, New MIdklf,f,a. i ,, 93 a ,. 11.20 Ferguson,' Mrs. Eloda(i 130 a.. 4.85 Lovely music from CC. Mldklff, 1 lot York, $150,000. 3.60 Render. Mrs. G. A:. 140 a 19.00 Kcown, J. W.. 80 a 8.55 6.86 Shacklett, Sallie, town lot the works of Debussy, Masscnotand Ralph, Loney, 51 a 6.9Q 2.i Maiden,. C. G., CO a BSstt, enhnaces the charm of the spec- - Ralph, Julia A., 29 a... 2.10 Stogner, J B., (N. R.) 60 6.25 a.... 13.14 R,onirow, W. h 100 a 9.50 Wade, L. B., 1 town lot It Is performed by an orches- - Wedding, K. A., 57 "a... 5.50 5.30 Renfrow, J. N., 30 a twenty experts. Tn'3 acting WimsaU, Miss Annie, 137 2 Smith, R. L., 12 a 4.00 40 a 1 town Whalen. U. S a nicro than 100, iucludlngall 9.90 ftcroSt 8.30 NO. 33 RENDER. lot years coinpaii) at the Now Wedding, H. A., 100 a 11.45 NO. 17 SMALLHOUS Burton, E. G., by J. L. Burton, Altogether "The Bluo Bird" NO. 6 CROMWELL. 4.00 7.05 Brown, D. O., 1 town lot.... ; town lot 1 mo3t elaborate, sumptuous and Austin, Mrs. V. M 2 X a. 2.30 Bard, Charlie, 1 town lot.... 4.25 Fulkeraon, Mrs. Mary, 60 a.... 6.12 K entertainment now being of- - Butler, J. F., 35 a 14.52 Stearsnian, Mary A., 50 a.. 4.25 Fisher, James, 1 town lot.... 6.95 Of 9.85 NO. 18 EAST FORDSV1LLE. fi io tlie American ptfblc, nd iia Embry, Perryman, 30 a'. ADDITIONAL LIST. probab'e that durls the brief vis- - Leisure, Ethel, 28 a 7.50 Cooper, Mrs. Hattle, 50 a. 4.23 Greer, Thomas, 93 a... JDe jt It will pack the. theatre at every Stratton, J. P., 30 a 5.00 Crowe, S. H 12.95 67 a. 4.85 Greer, Thomas. 48 a up IKjrformance. 4.S5 Duvall, J. W Torrence, Tom, 2 a 81 a, 4.96 Green River Coal & Coak Co. 30.36 Hodden, U. S., 40 a. Wallace, C. D., 180 a : 5.62 by E. S. Render, 2 town I Representatives Wanted. NO. 7 COOL SPRINGS. 2.30 7.54 Head, B. J.. 40 a lots The Ohio Farmer wants a live sub- Aknls, J. A., 76 a..., 8.78 Hood, M. B 2.23 Hatcher. J. W 25 a.... 4.85 20 a scription representative In every ag- Bryant. A. L. 2 a 4.31 Rusher, G. R.. 24 a.... fi.37 Loney, L. B 187 a Buy Rod Cross Christmas Seals! One cent each! Not good for postago! v ricultural community In Kentucky. If Brown, C. R 260 a 22.10 Whltler, C. B., 1 town lot. 3.78 Loney, L. II., 66 a 13.45 Uso only on back of mail matter! Issued , annually by tho American Red ou can devote a little tlmo to look- Benton, J. L., 12 a 4 5.14 Ward, J. W., 60 a 48 a.... WelU, J. D 9.45 Cross Society, and sold iby Jne millions a) ?pvor the United States to ing after renewals and securing new Davenport, A. S., 100 a 8.81 2.25 help finance the campaign against Consumption. NO. 19 WEST FORDSVILLE. Bartlott. W. S., 50 a The proceeds of tho salo-fa- r readeis, It will pay you to write for Williams, Mrs. Emma. 75 a.. 4.22 Ceaser, John, 4 a 4.33 Wrleht, Charlotte, 2 town lots 1.65 in Kentucky will oe used In this State, and, as as practicable, 'In our agent's proposition. Address NO. 8 NORTH ROCKPORT. 7.55 King, Joasq R., 118, 1 town lot 24.70 tho locality from which the monoy Is Kende.r Jas. L., 80 a derived. 8upjortlnff visiting THE OHIO FARMER, Anderson, V. L'., 63 a, and 1 7.34 Sanbach, Roy, 50 a.., 6.00 nurses, sending prophylactic supplies Overton, J. T., 30 a.. and directions for homo care, tb con- Circulation Department, 13.40 Whltlgr, C. II., 106 a town lot 20.52 Hardwlck, Mrs. W. G., 1 town Buwpuvwi. ana esiaotisaing open air schools, are somo or the ways In 2M3 Cleveland, Ohio. Bratcher, Green, 1 town lot.. 4.20 11.60 which the. Kentucky fund will te NO. 20 AETNAVILLE. Jot speati 14.20 Ford, P. A Brown, L. B 50 a 20.61 Ford, J. T 50, a 8.60 Remnants. Ashby, Margaret, 1 town lot.. 4.28 Morrison, Henry by T, M. Baize, NON RESIDENT LIST. Buy seals of tho local agent, if there is one in your town. If there Fine Wooltm Dress Goods, Silks Decker, Herman, 2 town lots 4.81 90 acres 3.60 Is no agent ask (to be appointed local agent, 12.71 Allen, T. II.. SO a or supply your own nnda and all kinds of bright new riiater-ial- s, Fungorson, Francis, I town lot 3.19 McKlnley, Frank, 35 a lu.63 Buckley, Mrs. Olive, 40 a.... 10.70 by a maid order. Address the. Rod Cross Christmas Seal Camnai. In serviceable lengths, at strict Heck, E. 0., 1 town lot , 7.98 Morris, C. D 2 town lots.... 5.30 Brooks, Maud, 1 town lot.... 4.90 Capltojf Building, Frankfort, Ky. ly bargain prlcps, REMNANT STORE, Heck. Nannie, P., 1 town lot 4.37 WllJoughby, H 1 ''town lot.... 4.96 Chambllss, W. L., 25 a 213 A!in Strcot. OwensboroT Ky. Laton, Mrs. Jessie R 17.70 16.15 NO. 21 SHREVE. Chambllss, W, L. 25 a,., Laadrum, Isom, 2 town lots.. 8.42 Key, D. S., 25 a 10.40 Nail, Isabella. 1 town 1.65 Berry, We 6.05 Crow, Maud, 1 2 a i town lots Jot.,... 1.60 Land Sale For Taxes. Miller, Henry, 1 town lot.... 7.06 Leathern, J. D., 170 a........ 10.13 Crumos, E. V 57 a., .... 4.75 Berry , Julia, 1 town lot.,... 2.00 Phlpa, Jo so'a 10.1C By virtue of taxes due me, the McDonnell. R. F. 10.08 Osborne, Jas. A., 20 a 6.92 Grant, W. A., 2 a 2.95 Borah, Jesse, 1 town lot...... 5.60 Sproute, Mrs. lna, 1 towi Jot 1.0 Sheriff of Ohio county, Kontucky, Turley, Ed., 1 town lot 5.31 Obencham, Ruth, 49 a 2.29 Hedden, E. J., 1 a 3.60 Collln.s A. T., 7 a 6.75 Sqltongr. Payton. 1 a ;., 4.00 I will on the first Monday In JanuTlnsley, M. L., 1 town lot.... 4.28 Payne, B., 140 a 7.36 Hhujtx;cL. R1 2 a 9.47 Johnson, Sarah E., 40 a...... 4.75 Collins, Jack, 1 town lot.' 6.00 ary, January 5, 1914, expose at public Tlcaonor, II. A.,' 33 a 4.86 Robinson, Joe, 25 a 4.97 KlmbltyU. L., 1 town lot.... 1.20 Davis, Charlie, l a..,, ,,... 4.30 Tayldf, D 1 town lot...... 6.30 sale at the court hoiuo door In Hart9 SOUTH ROCKPORT. NO. 6.05 Lamutua, E. A., 140 a 7.45 Duncan, Wash, 1 town lot,.., 4.65 Taylor, Angollue, 1 town lot Sanders, Mary, S7 a 1.65 ford, Kontucky, between Uie hours Benton, J. P., 1 town lot.... 7.06 Wilson, Hyser, 57 a 6.26 Morris, Perry, 40 a..., town !ot,.... 4.75 uasiey, Addle, 1 town 2.35 Eldson heirs, lot..,.rl 1.35 of 10 a. in. and 2 p. in. tho following Bratcher, J. W., 51 a 11.35 ,. 3.95 Griffin, Ed 1 town lot...... 5.00 Tlnalcy, c. H.. 100 a NO. '22 OLATON. Maxwell, Zona, 22 a ,t. 9.W lands or so much thoreof as may bo Brown, Mrs, Emma, 139 a.... 8.68 Allen, W. E 59 a , 4.50 .Taylor, Gaylon, 1 May.'T. W., 1 town lot...... 3.75 Hines, Dan, 1 town iot 4 a.,..,...f .. necessary to produce the sums re- Curtis, J. E., 23 4 a, I town 4.00 Taylor. Calvin. 19 4.75 Hines, Stove, 1 town lot.,.,,. Bean, Mrs. A- - k. by C. D, tioan Ralph, J. F 5 a. IMII a M.oo quired, viz: lot 29.60 Ida, 1 town .lot., 1.25 Taylor. Gaylon. 2.95 IlInes.-'Mr-s. .... 33.30 Sharp, Bud, CO a 91 & .'.'..... n.30 NO. 1 EAST HARTFORD. Douglas, J. L., 20 a. 6.89 Copage. W. M 105 a.. ,)... 10.14 Smith, Win.. 45 a llockor, Ves, 1 town lo,.,. 10.00 Trunol, Uule, 1 town 7.4' ,., lot.. 5.80 11.00 Jones, J. M Bozarth, Clayton, 25 a 10 a 5.50 Ford, E. B., 25 a . , 3.25 JurKson, Clara, 22 a............ 3.60 Tlohonor, Itenry .65 a .?... 9.36 Union. W. E.. 1 town lot .tt , 23.83 Parrot, Sam, 50 a Duke, J. n iai! t, . . . vw &, 6.89 joanstw, .Jomo R.,' 36 a.. f... 8.81 ;. Juckbon, Ite?H-yCOJ.ORKD LIST, lot.... 3.00 Veaable, Hoary, it i ft Moseley, Delia, 125 a. v., 35 a KOS8, w I 11.42 7.28 JlltlCI, d. 1U., iOV M. 4.35 5.00 Null, Edwin, 1 town lot.-.,.- ,. A.. 18.20 Bacon, D., 1 town lot T, H. BLACK. S. Q; Q, a......,.. There is no substitute for Royal Baking Pow- CHRISMS whn fail TIMES der iot making the hzst cake, biscuit and pastty. Royal is Ab and the solutely only powder I STEITLER HARDWARE CO. I , made tfom I Royal gtape cream of tartar w, PRICES RIGHT! Steitler Hardware ji, Co. 3 ., :! OWB1SSBORO, KY. a55gl 'Z&JNm S ": 22-0- 1 1- -2 B VSrllil 4 fl KpliBlliJBipJ( rfilI ' TfLWlJ1'1 JL 3-- Out-of-to- WmM W w It's Daddy Talking it's daddy talking." and the children eood. How tonight? Coming good you." It That's obliged The brings from the long 'Telephone him conditions. touch TTUSH, la... - ,- Cumberland Telephone , and .Telegraph Company 3-- -- ulr-.ctci- s Mlc j WML L fflSlBnP J -- t 3-- 'm 3-- la . ;:(-to- ?& 4 -- ,, A- - 4 ... 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