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Miss Cllbbs Is onq ofkur most wlndsSmc girls nntj Is the i!aiMb"r of Mr L. P. Glbbe, or this It). 'lht werd tho recipients boy'-njli- BflWtcffC Subscription $1 per '"'Kj " iFine f JoWork ' i OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY ,rf. VOLs&KVl. ALL THE NEWS z - Yar t. HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, JANUARY 2, 1914. . No. 25 INTERVENTION FEDERALS DRIVEN BACK ACROSS DORER BLANK CHECK FAR HAWESVILLE POOR Mrs. Marion Adair erous Manner. Snowden Gen- jn FROMROCKPORT Covered By Our Local Correspondent. danco, and to tho strains of Bwoot music about twe!o couples glided merrily over the floors. An Intermission was hold at o'oven when a refreshing lunch was served. SIMMERMAN ENTERTAINS. Miss Wlunlo Stinmorman entertained Tuesday evening in honor of Miss MISS AJECESSITV Representative Catron Neir and valuable pres Advance of Rebels Demoralized Army of Hureta at Flays Santa Claus in " Ella McKlnney, of Boavcr Tarn. Tho Presidio. Mexico Gives Interview klOY KILLS HjIOTHER. chief amusomont of thfi evening was nappeneu progressive games of various kinds, AVtvploi'aule accluvnt above Itcrr on Green river Cliristmos Presidio, Tex., Doc. 29. One hunM...iii,. tj.. m IM...TI..- -. ,,u """ nwdjes w ecu uie yuuiiK dnvytwVn "Immlo Burnett, a sevcen- - dred federal sotdlcts were found on with lightning Says All Property Is Depreciated To Go la-L- ive havo boon fow Chrlstmasea In recent !"en flew City Officers PMItjr. Miss Slmmenuan was teen ear old boy accidental')- biioi tho American side, six miles down times when as many peop' here hadlUk ly Christmas Times and and Jisuanfl Killed His brother Bow- tho river. In Mexico and U. S. Citizen. so Uttlo to spend as this one. Two ujwimwi 111 eiivuruiiiiiHK juy Mrs. nicwere Klnney, of Tay!cr Mines, and Miss .tied tlilrtcpn. Tlie boje i ie, Thoy still had tholr arms. .Major dcvasttalng overflows, and unpreMarriages Galore. Losers. plating w'lh tic guli when In some McNaroeo Immediately disarmed (hem cedented drouth and then tho fail Mattlo Sandcrfur, City. manjjr It wa J accidentally dlscharg-ed7lA- marched back to Presidio and forced ure to sell the tobacco crop made' Tho following guests enjoyed the loadltakiog cflecct In tho them back to tho Mexican side., A times "hard." Howovcr, a real Santa evcnlnff. Ky., Dec. 30. (Special yoiA'Icr boy'sjbrcJBt causing Instant number of them had been wounded. k Rockport Claus, In tho person of 'Mrs. James Misses Ella McKlnney, Ruth Riley. Washington, Doc. 30. In an intero Several hundred federals crested at Snowdon, of Indianapolis, who wiis Marlam Hoi brook, Mary Marks, to Tho ReiAAJlcan) Within the next view today Senator Thomas B. Catron Plrtle, Beatrice Haynes, Leila few days the town officials elected Rort lion, thri- father being Theodore another point, but at sight of the formerly Miss Marlon Adair of this of New Mexico, expressed the very at tho last election, will take the BeiHitt. whf'dlea about Uireo years American troops, they waded back pnee, provided abundantly for all Glenn, Kathcrine Pondjeton, Gayla Iosltlve opinion that Intervention fcv f T to tho Mexican side. reins of city government. Mr. Wil- ag i who woro In need. A check with Tlchcnor, Tiny Yolser, Mattyo Duko, Mexico is oaovltab'o. j Lowjs Riley, liam McDougal wUl act Jn the caTho federals were said to have J amount blank was sent to Carroll Louiso Phlpps, Mrs. .'. He has Just concluded a personal Louise Phlpps. Mrs. Lewis Riley; pacity of chief of police whl'c May demoralized by tho threatened Koiy, her cousin, with' Instructions schJOL ami weds. Messrs. Thomas Moscley, Royco Iglc-har- t, Investigation of the situation there. or John T. Jackson will continue at Thoiias Tutor, a younJ coal attack of the rebels, who had inarched to supply a need, and this distribu'Tho conditions in Mexico Harold Holbrook, Allison the helm as tho city's chler execuir, enyoeu py imu uwuiwri- from Chihuahua and running away tion was made 'by him. Three de- nctt, Gooddell Woottcn, Luni Bar- t, than they were In Cuba wbert Iglo-haraue iur- from tholr commanders, to have livery wagons loads ware taken out 11 t'omikny. ana ansa tive. Both are well qualified for the !f wo Intervened In that Island In J. W. Marks, Ross fTaylor .l lKsltions which they will liold and baskets and no disa schjol girl In short dressees lounged Into tho Rio Grando to reach of overflow-Iof humanity," said Senator CaBarnctt, Lee Robertson, Clar-enc- o (, f HAHlaln ftf.nl. will fllllu lrV niarrfrf Christmas at Rockport, safety In tho United States. tinction was mado between black and 1LI- - ..1... Jt .. ft .. Iglehart, McHcnry Holbrook, tron, who Is a member of the Comofficials. Tho members Cavalry received word white. This was a most woleemg Ian.-!satisfactory United States ikxii rvaiuo in una mittee on Military Affairs. M that the federals wcro creasing at va- treat to otery ono of tliec many to Estill Park, Clarnce Barnard, Lewis "In Mexico at the Present time cf tie city council arc all gentlemen ,. YOUN&COUI'Je MARRY. rious points, and troops, commanded whom It was sent and many will bo Riley. of experience and high standing and thero is more human suffering, there that they will protect the trust' imthanks returned devoutly to and Miss AUco by Major McNainoc, were sent to th yir. Mac HenJrlcks has been greater loss ot life, and DELIOHTFUL CARD PARTY. posed In them by tho voters, there Jiir.r who live mav w;iwiwi..wv arrest all those who camo over. It "yVaa Marlon." amount of property destroyed of One of tho pleasing social features was reported that a number of fed Is no doubt. Very Uttlo criticism ot aurrird a' Hartford Christmas. than In Cuba previous to the of tho woek was the card party given 1898. And most of that property Jn erate had been' kllfed on tho Mexican Cfcurch Appointment. the conduct of tho city's affairs durby Miss Marlam Holbrook at her ing the departed year can be offered. sldo before the exodus began. At a recent church conference held Mexico belonged to citizens of the NEW HUSI.NES HOUSE. 1 With the exception of the Just two Tlie by the HartforU Methodist congre- homo on Washington street Wednes- United States. Few Americans lost brick store of Messrs. nw repuExperts in Murder Trial. months the own enjoyed the gation, Paster Rev. B. W. Naplor day ovenlng. Miss" Holbrook, accom- their lives in Cuba before the SpanHadoa and MeDanieJ, has been comIt may bo said without great exag announced the following special com- panied, by Miss Ruth Riley on tho ish war, and but little property betation of having tho best iotIce fa- pleted amj will to Wady for occupanpiano, rendered several violin selec- longing to tho citizens ot thlscoun-tr- y geration that a battalllon of sanity mittees. cilities of any town Jn this section. cy within. i fow dais. Tho bulMlng experts haQ boon cited to appear nnd Missionary Committee Br. J. R tions which wero. highly enjoyed. was destroyed during tho insura street. is locate testify as (o tho sanity of Schmidt, Plrt'c, John T. Moore, J. D. Itaugh, Several vocal solce by Miss Riley rections In that island, but the loss LIVELY CHRISTMAS. the woman butcher now on trial in Mrs. C. M. Crowe, Mrs. II. E. Brown, woro also enjoyed. Rockport enjoyed a llvoly yul2- of American lives In Mexico glnCe-th- o RCViCPORTrOWN CHAT. Tho following were, present: New York for the brutal murder of Mrs. J. O. Keown, Mrs. Hooker Wilseason yes an exceedingly llvel present disturbances began have-bee- n tlde I OCT! I Luslness tnen report' a good Anna Aumuller. Misses Mary Marks, taUya Duke, one. In fact It was so lively that appalling. liams and Mrs. Wallace Riley. IlllAltlPftS during 'hrUtmaa week. Some day tho various states In the .some of our Inhabitants "exceeded Committee to Look After Strangers Mary Smith, of Fordaville; Maurino "While loss of property is a secjnir'''1!treet crossings Union nudber of Haynes, Luetic Pir-- t' ondary consideration, will awaken to the' fact that he speed limit." To add to the em-- j A It. W. Tlna'ey. Mrs. J. B. Tapin, Martin, Beatrice it is a &ct Katlo Pendleton, Caylo Tlchonor, expert testimony Is given In murder Miss Yerna ,'ban5Wementof our cltliWJnsthecntlro. need atWntlon bally s of the PtPPerty ot Duke, Smith Hoover that I j)ollcovro.Tiult Ruth Riley, Wlnnlo Slmmerman, Mexico, amounting to something Ukd-on- e at tho crisis, Iea- - No tiristmas sermon was heard trials where tho question of Insanity and C. M. Barnctt. TJny Yelser, Keen NaIs made an Issue means that time an ng tho jKn ui the mercy of an- - In Roclfcort hjl'lon and thlrty-olgmfcl.oa Committee on Sick Mrs. John Lolla Glenn, lsattndtng inoney-arpier, Louiso Phlpps, Clara Robertson, (InU.im at thn boolnnlri's of tho DTrB- fatal- - ; Miss rosie lam, both lost. cue doslnnc .to."Uko lt.llNo Bean, Mrs. Rowan, Jlolbrook, Mrs. pwu vox Oo yips tirccn. fMtw Riley, Besslo Taylor; it It will bo a uonslblo day when tho J. Ti Miller, Miss Lucllq Plrtle and Alma itiu accutd altho u number Smith Hoover, James Glenn, McDow np ahmink 4n vnttiMa tn Iaaa Ihfln o&0 state can appoint a commission of McDowe'U A. Fogle. "sore" heads were Bustalnod aud the hojda.fe at ho Misal Nellie Jdartln, of riasuvilie, three or five to iass on the sanity of Fogle. Glenn Barnes Frod May. usual "next morning" headaches were i . .. n for tho Poor Mrs. ell tnIixl lu fonner va, Committee nore. defendant. If halsdocared insane Larkin Griffin, Mrs. A. E. Pate, Estill Barnett, Crcme Barnard. Leo C0Bdl0oM pluaMul. The enUrc matter will be Is the tucst tho or Moxlco ,s jrnr .mil Jackson in the Miss Pally aleman, who is teach- - to imprison him as he should le. In an Mrs. J. II. B. Carson aud Miss Anna Robertson Royco lelehart Columbus ir und(jr condlUon8 whtch wlI1 ling: school a'l'flerea, Is at home for asylum, and If he Is not, make him io.lce court. 8ure,-- p"11 ,f Un,tod staU Ul- Patton. y i, tne noiiua s Arthur Kirk, AUlscn Barnot& Will stand trial for the crime he has comt. rflMTv nf An,r:Mna Mr. Karl Maples, who Is attend mitted. Riley. Parko Tayfcr. Ross Taylor. J.' nupnT imnnBii WQrth ten mlllloM. IN SOCIETY. w. .uirnu. divxivtir 'iuutun. rviij There will bo a Bavlng to tho state. "ItwM tho nlcht before Christmas ing school it UowWng Green, Bpent la Vhllq Senator Catron . nome. Marsh, and Levi Coleman. A trial may bo made posslbe withand all through the house not a crca i Christmas Mexico he had an Interview wWn Mr. and Irs. L. 1). Smith, Louis- - out the endless display of red tapo iiiwi wilh stlrrlnc. not oven a mouse."! General Villa, his knowledge Rockport. TEA FOR MISS JOINER. . which will necessarily fol'ow the InMISS GLENN GIVES PARTY. In tho wee small hours of the morn-- , vlllcc. speiiJ Christmas In Spanish enabling him to undenrtand Carter Is visiting in troduction of 20 or 30 experts, half Miss J' HartforU society sprang suddenly lnr. rnhtmra hroko into tho Iliino'f. A pleasant ovenlng was spent by tho Mexican General and to talk wtth Control .lntinf lipm nrA afir fuMJurlrl,.. Texas, of whom will testify that the defen- to light Friday ovonlng when Miss quite a number of the young folks. him understandlngly. The Senator of live gallons of Christmas checr.-a- l U Mr. and Mrs. Tom Howorton.with dant Is Insane, while the other ha'f Mary Marks entertained with a tea Thursday ovonlng at Uiq homo, of .told Villa that his Government did will, no doubt, be equally posltlvo for her guest, Miss Margaret Joiner, Miss Leila Glenn on Mulberry St. not approve of the killing of pris John Barleycorn, they qulet'y o -' Central fHyf spent Christmas that he is In full possession of his of Madlsonvlllc. Many woro present Progressive. Five Hundred was play- - onersoof war, that It was contrary to-ed tholr tenU, llko the Frohs oljvd Judga anl Mis. L. Rold. Westerfloxl, of Mr. FranU between tho hours of 5 and 7 p, m. eu wits. and stole away In the darku. nuura ail rules ana auuorruni vj uuluuuw;. uiiu iuicr uuiu iea.wuiv of the to enjoy the hospitality seme. wasHa town Sunday. conoen ur nn xonlanatlon WRU their cxasporatlng hypothet.to tho pleasure ot tho guests.. Miss He added that such acts prevented the Turley has joined the ical questions, with tholr plethoric hostess. their visit or their departure. JMtw Mr. tygff ' , ,- -! The. Kucsts wcro received by Mh p'entitudo of teamed explanations, . iwnv nnnraPta invttn. L.in Mr. John 0. Williams Is recover with tholr display of technical wis- Maiy torl.and Mr. McHcnry 1., l)ackagos, taklnff only Uie whlslfe, Mexlco f0f berh ing from a evcro Il'ness. dom, It is no wondor that the aer-a- e brook. Mies Margaret Joiner and Mr. , 'Constitutionally and otherwise In- -. , . .. Mr. and (Mrs. D. O. Young, Beav- . , .. ,va jury Is confused. This was dem- Allison Barnett and Miss E.Wtf. T, , . TELEPHONE ROMANCE v- - er Dxm. are tho guests of retitUos. onstrated In the case of Harry K. Miss Grace Turley, who for. present government In Mexico City. Mr. W. IB. Ticnenor, 01 uainuuu, Thaw. Here alienist after alienist 4r.i1 months has satisfied an ftfiCt -., -. .ki.i. ,..o .. .. . . .. .. . our uovernmeat aoes not wsv ,I .with Sieo5it a few days In Rockport last testified both pro and con as to tho noiorooK, nutn uuey ana imuio ki'i .u,.,a. .... ".In Ust or toephono subscribers to tho 6mim wvene f-entire mom- tended by u -, ehoprful "number nlease". has Vwk. sanity ot Thaw. Their Interminable G'onn. whllo Miss Margurito TaySor acts Jaia spent ng cheer and questions, rendered matrimonial V'iKtncl to ienocall of tell tho 1m- - 1 Wwtnubter with Mrs. Russell at and rldlcu'ous hyrotheUcal theories to out tlio dollghUul musIo through- -' bership. Good t,xlouge and goodiircncui. js ai provaiioa . tnis their daughter dip more will their carefully prepared pf lit. and cyirinff th ho'iaays. ' i.nr.tnt subscribers that tlie invltntlons wL sent to tho follow- - more account for hU actions and their -",v1r. vv.r- cr ana la aoing n vast amount w r8. dma. Paxton siwnt Christmas studied parts, whtch woro carefully lnc. ljusy." Miss Turley lias quit tlw sor-Intervention would moan a great: d in our community, 'tne ntiboro. Messrs. and Mesdamos J. Ney acted, tired tho ipullc and disgust.!... in tinrniiw. thn bride ofElvln 1 loss of life, and the destruction of . ' m Otto Martin, Louis Riley and 'ing officers worco ltuitallod. Com-Jamed tho Jury. JJowcrs, a business man of Liuerne.l millions of dollars' worth or properrprise Christmas Dinner. W. Jones, the Jatter of Mur-- mander, R. T. Collins; Llout. Not that these witnesses wero men lio wedding louowea a "levuonQ ty," he addod meanlncly. W1U Hlncsi Record Ky.; Misses Gaylo Tlchcnor, and Mrs. A. T. Coffman were lacking in ability. On tho contrary, wniio womiug ai Tho last remark caused Senator tmance. the Cumberland coriany.'g: PIrtlo. Katla Pondloton.' Jlottlo.er, L. P. Foreman, Master at Anna, a surprbw Christmas dinner they were, gentlemen pf great learn,lQ say: " anniversary, ing and alienists who no doubt know RlWy. Lcte Magan, Early Mao Ma-- 1 Henry Nail; Chaplin, Emory Sohroo- - Catron was Miss Turley s duty to .hswor o their 67th wedding forced to Inter-cb- y Sen- ! that If Alice Keown, Tiny Yolser. Nan- - tor; Sergeant, Allison Barnett; fche calls coming from thq honrftowti 'eccmber 25. thoy wero about. It what Wrd Lolle Glen. Winnie Sim-- 1 t.nel. E. Y. Pa.k; Picket, Arthur of her husband. AttractCdoy w voicol Tho dlnnor was given at Uie name was because ot 'his that thoy cashDuko, Martha .Potty Mattjo pretty "Ucuo" gin ut ousi- - df his son, F. O. I'ofiman, oy ma ed and disagreed, and when experts merman. of tho want any part ot your territory, but n nnd great disagree what can a Jury of 12 In- Thomas, of Dundoe; Alma Riley, nesa man in spare, momonts gan to Children, Order wo are far from satisfied with ex- Acmo "Lodge, Independent mil "central" for a cnat. 1 inenu - ttjrand -chlldrori. Although a ueavy experienced men do? How can they Bossto Taylor, Nora Wedding, of Odd Follows, met In special ses-- 1 lstlns conditions and our Government-sloWoodward, Beatrice Haynes. ship Boon ripened Into loeind ihdLiect and snow fe'd most of tho day, possibly say which Is right, tho alienMonday night of this week, and may bo compelled to taka action." H Itfj'.l.. ....... .11.A nnArl AMllVil nM9An4 II Tt wini-iiiot xno 'WPM Jad "fjljlljni W " ist who declares tho defendant in- Maurino Martin, Kllzaboth Mooro, mado arrangements for enthusing now. ftV'U .,nil ,,.w.v ..ii.i(nnttnn when the. COl w,iall enjoyed themselves ImmcnseCy. sane 'or tho ono who protests in Artlo May, Eleanor Potty, Lorona life Into tho lodge. This lodge will Worth its Weight Gold. Sullenger, Louiso presont woro Ford, Laralnu Rockport, Indiana and He his sanity. to elect officers at the regular meeting Ro?K-Ginseng from thee United States' one Key Napier, Ma Friday night January 14, and overy Coffman, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. A. T, In tho Schmidt case ono thing lias Phlpps, Bora Bean, rled. Miss Turley Is Jasper Goriu Flener, Clara RoT)- - member le urged to too present at tho brings huge prices In. China, but the port's prettiest Kirte an "as I'al'und Mrs. P. O. Coffman, Mr. and been already Impressed upon tho pub-jbAmerican root la Inferior to the wish WI.LV' Mm. n s. Coffman. of Island: Mr. ltc mind. Ho Js either one ot the ertson; Messrs. Eatljl Barneft, Royca ' host of friends who ' Hongkong is the o'eartag betxe mj ff n CnHmnn Mr. n.nd most Inhuman brutes in the wor'4 igienan, uwence igiwa, j x.uiu ... w. wvw.iwi and happiness OI1U ,.,40. .success Harojd iHolbrook, Park Mrs, A. Loo Coffman and children, or bo is onj of the cradle- - men put-sid- e Iglehart, At the regular meeting ot Rough for he world's glnpetig- trade,, and wuitita nt Luzerne. Taylor, Fr6d May, Hoy Taylor, Rosa River lodife, K. of P., Tuesday nljrfht, pres are rocket'ug. It la aaUL that Mrs. Myrtle Coffman and daughter, an asylum. of Fosle, Cf'.nn the following changes wereo made In they w(U reach fabulous suns.already McDowell NEW OPRA11' Mrs. Eddie Coffman, Miss Josepheno The public may expect to hear wit- Taylor, Jlr Coffman, Miss Lena Coftoan. (Miss ness after witness give expert tes- Barnes, WUl Rltey, Andrew Glenn, the officers' e'ett: KnJght John W. having ranged from M to $110 geid & Pearl Mta EvjCoffiuan, Messrs. John and Roy timony, and may in' ithe end find John Glean, Jr., Shelby Stovena, E. Taylor to bo chancellor commander pound for goods from the West et mtor for the Coffman, Mr. and Airs. Newel Brown tho Jury hopelessly and helplessly y. Park, Raymer Tlnsiey, Fred An- to succeed Knight James Lyons, re- China aBd Korea. At one ajetien V)e James D. signed; and Knight J. U. Plrt'-e-, etect-e- d last year a speelal lo t of wtidkein Connor Ford, and cmdren. Mr. and Mrs. A. U. tangled Up and as much in doubt 9. derson, fppd, has taken oy vice chancellor, to succeed Knlgfht' Einseag UreyBht-Trjfo Stewart, and sons, of Linton, Ind.; the day they took tholr neat in the Ford, Ea Rlckard, Clarence BarRockport exoango $i the ta exceeding KocT- -r son, Jury box and before a Wltno&j was nard Smith Hoover. j e4 &&& or John. W Taylor. Mr. and, Mrs. Fortmt Hardin and Turley. Miss welshJt, These prlees itkVfStk 'tor Jwbt operators Mrs. Mary Hardin and family, Mr. oven cabled to the stand. ENJOYABLB DANCE. t the annual e'ection ot officers speoUllyaierted and n'JMinct eieek. and Mm. Jerry Vandlver and daughMonday evenlftg hospitaUty was for Hartferd Lode No. 67S F. and The Amerkaa ppodwii.i, jrilipe.'ly.r A. S. oi E. Metice. ter, R. B. Everly, Frank Kverjy. satlrtadion. 4aV.r g Annie Eierly, J. II, Everly, Berole The Green River District Union again displayed In the new heme of A. M. held Deeewber 2T, the fel'ew-la- barreto JadiUereaUy, and e Gktmt wtUwz nflSSELl-GHTSwly, 0. W. Wallace, Bertl Mai wlU meet In Oweaebero January 8. Mr. J, W. Marks wfeea he gave, a were selected for the ensuing year expert Baajcee Wg preiws wwber et Ma frleade. Master W. N. SUveee; Senior War- It out. The Amerieaa erep Is Everly. Thomas Coffman, ArlW BMi- - All leteto are requested o fee W llday V. Hoii nn V Kin.lth. Mfttilft CottnaaH. resented M taportaat hiwinees Folding deeiq w threwp Bea ami den; Jehn B. Wlteoa, Junior War- - by Chinese ayeou latere ;ud a P0Pua' LT of'.Ben WlikWfe. Col. nlbbs. the hew hardweed f)eere of three deaA, C. eYIeer; Seeretary C. 0. Ml to Chinese at home. Qtmewg is to some before the weetlug. .... ..1 was junuwiea .. .... c"vu L... w., - tiLirf'" J rooms laid bare ier the pleasure, of Hunter; Treasurer! James Fatten; "oi Bruugti City, in-eubwi T. II, BALMAIK, Pres. Ihla lhluw"l nedtehMl drug ta the United SHatoe. ' rtriag band. those of hie guest who oared to TyWr Albert Rial. Wporf the dayf by a S. B. X0BHRT90N, See'y. j8boro. Mr- - 't thd """S O Lu-cll- be-co- . aro-wors- o te-ha- n Es-tl'- , vi, w two-fifth- .. -- ht o .., '- 1- ,, .. i.... hr blland - - -- yj 1 m Ti Foa-goo- ... f '' 1"?, -. -- 'fl J es ta-kl- JJ. J.nTwe Z IS ii wre "Gra ' grand-chlldne- Co-rln- el ic. i 'J 1 Hockor72f 9? W1 I V&&4-actuall- y Xirdmeherpredecem; 4 V.. -- JfSjK ttuu j ...'.. ..tJ Yr I1 I JS1 m L, -- i. e-i p -- 1 - r rvir "Tt .!! N il"1 WT i-- JL wlirvg Green Business University BOWLING GREEN, - KENTUCKY, k 7 ill. The students who went to positions in July and August will earn $60,000 jri their first yeiirafter leaving school, and this is almost $50,000'more than they ever made in any other one year. In other words, ly taking 111 business course by six. A course in Bookkeeping, Shorthand, Stenotypy, telegraphy, Railroad they multiplied their earning-powe- r " counting, Englis'i, Penmanship or Typewriting can be completed in a few months. Ac-"- iv '" Write the School for Its Catalogs, Bankers Books, M acreage Wcrd For The Country Editor, roar will. r'nt moat of its to barley-- Much of tho machinery It is iho custom and apparent do- - , , M ln harvesting the bar- I I Rate-Shee- ts, Photographs ?nd Other Information. u , seek the same sk Histe. U tho more or less metropoll- - ,oy crt1, ThQ Tariff u glven M the fr the "worst ln his- - goal. All provide for tho extension how lie raised tip Blue ll$bon,car. lobby, of' tho BUBpeilBlon. aa dallies to crltclso and rldlcife caU80 upon the gov. hlghnays and nSct sugar . jn8,(1(loU3 In Bo)s Chrs all omihe country the prires are going to the waf working at tno capuoi I cnmcnt to contrlbutc to BUch ex. Xbr worn which creep Into the Comianlcs In other parts of the coun-0- fn ltrv nnnvttitnnt rt ot(ff boy who Uses t Wright fWilizer. That means enough , aarstScy juipera. They overlook the try aro panning t g0 ollt of busl- 'tensions. States will It . . . 0!arL that a country editor is his j csg Lecau?0 ot the reduced Tariff legislation Is mild and cautious.. Tho ,19 UUl tJAilUUitJU Ulil). UIV UKIVVrillllUllL as might can do main charge is ignored, .u inn job Solicitor, estimator, advor-lan- d it all. tne cntiTO rcra0val of Tariff ro- bookkeeper, bi tection commencing with May 1, 1916. have been expected. The proof show.SbSck manager, Thcro was a time, .back manyycars ed little actlvoty except on tlie iart and sometimes linotype beforo the railroads formed a web ' Some of the factories will remain to make wdl filled, nd perfectly thaped ear. pressman, in operation next year long enough of the beet sugar interests, which over tho country, when pest roads e ad man, mako-up- , pound Kalnit per acre to balance either jftxWer, cilice boy and devil. Bo ho to handle the beot crop of 1911, but wore threatened with extinction by were kept up by the government. manure and be lure that the fertilizer vou IP t contan to to per cent Potash. :nr o well educated and equipped In every case tho farmers will have the- Underwoodby bill. Xhelrthoactivity Thore wero in thosa days no tmgar was balanced Ask youi Staler to carry goods of that grade. If he that of Sor Kewspapcr work, the very telegraph or railroads. The to accept reduced prices for their Kinl no It sell you any amount of Potash, from one of nature prevent the care-.rfb- fl crops. By tlie end ot 1915 beet graw-in- ff Importers, who worked for tlie bill. only means by which tho mail of lib. bag y and you can add it yourself. The report deals almost entirely with oditlii of his paper. Besides, iho tho country could bo distributed was and sugar making wlU have ceas" Dbn'tforftttu,forPotahPay$ tho lurid charges made. Jn a $10,000 by ZzzrX deal wltli correspondents who ed very generally. horse and coach. Roads jvcre nec confession to a Now York paper toy essary GERMAN KALI WORKS, Inc. - juaJd Jiothlng fcr their services amthen and they are necessary 42 InJau M VL juiui, it their copy is closely edited Worms The- - Cause of Your a former cinplojo of the National As- today. ito. McCormick Block: NewOrlraot.Whttncr which sociation of .Manufacturers, &21 their jokes and localism are vcuiw uao uinK.j Aiiaaii, r.mpirc bid?.! tsr The introduction of tho automoChild's Pain. aa rrinciKO.ai,auioMia St.; did not concern the recent tariff re- bile sstiCifJl, fill it their jobs In a huff and tas also been an incentive for sTionau, omit a irust disagrceablo breath, dark A foul, vision at all, but dealt with public bulldlnP good BIJu. XeK. tin events of their neighborhood roads. Some time in circles around the eyes, at times fev- men and measures of the past. The tne a- - nahsarlded. future and it is hoped no- - disgreat thirst; cheeks flusherish, with oO dally newspaper It Is dU'.r-hst- ed and then, pale, abdomen swollen committee exoncratps all individuals' tant time a national highway will . Svery nian is a specialist and with sharp cramping pains are all implicated In tho Mulhalt "exposure" be bullf stretching from ocean to oclia ttf.thlng to detract his atten-Sio- ir indications of worms. Don't let your with the exception bf Representative ean. Such a bencme has been disJohn A. .McDormont, a Democratic from his partlcu'jar fart in child Klckapoo Worm congressman from Illinois. And he cussed for some time. It is not only suffer tlie paper. He lias his own Killer possible, but probable. The states iadhtis filve sure wi 1 rellejf dlKx-i- i or office, an assistant to check It klls the worms whilo Its laxa- is accused only of "acts of grave im- through which such a highway will propriety, unbecoming the dignity of pass superior to check him; and tive effect add greatly to the health sjt will, no doubt, do their share his ,pwn llttlo portion of tho of your child by removing the dan- the distinguished position ho occupies .oward building roads. ! The" report adds: "That which a pri5wrl Is (louo Jits tasks are over. gerous and disagreeable effect of The usual form provided for in I I No Moay JSntxy item pusses throuah at least wormsyjjjd parasites from the sys- vate citizen may do with impunity he pending bills is to pro-rat- e the most frequently bo sbuned by one In nllcago iajVdvpiitO jfoisr .mini who aro supposed to tem. Klckapoo Worm killer as a accord-n- g anions tho statfs, Soiiafac an official position." & whether It Is correct or not to their total highway mileage. health producer should be in every flop diuar) But tho committee was not ready r of population less Cfcx jnejxarter, tho editor, tho opera-Sn- r household. nn'iccil tho popu'ptlon Perfectly safe. Buy a to throw this mantle of charity over if the cities. Great care is taken jantl tlie procf reader. -- ' Yet we box Lo4rct mtr. Price 25c. All Druggists James E. Watson. Fa Jot riMrL sx&ivn to assert that with equal In Sfftil Tnrllnn "c innll tln1nrn hat the distribution: of the road mil l """" l'riccfi! He was censured for representing. Ziju to hunt errors of both omls--Ait- t. Co., 1 age built with federal money shall E cW So Philadelphia or St. Louis. foVpwing his retirement from jjnd commission, tho country TeM)M WWKmkMKKKMt9iEMMmwR " bo In proj)ortion to tho amount - lot National Manufactufers'As- iliat ol 1 II I bILIL1 JB utMBOrCSm Sa fiis0 r cuubl Xlnd as many errors, the states pay In federal taxes, Beatitudes for the Housewife. sociatlon at the capital. It charges jut that Now York, Massachusetts S10O ta fjBihllMMii5uSPil tBj m jiB 1PUJK for page. In the city papers as 8 2tO Btssed is the currycomb for scal- him wltli' conduct of'doubtful pro- Pennsylvania and Illinois and other Metropolitan bantjs charge up Frobi p. A. STARCK ing fish; It is better than a knife, priety when he capitalized h!s inrtts le rural roosters. PKISIOINT Ich states shall bear tlie major pot as It protects the hands. fluence with congress members." The ion of tho expenses and hat l, friend" tlie SU'ij our CtsarierOournail fcr Instance, and Blcsse-- Is the cornpopper used for committee showed gross carelcssnes Arkansas, Tcnncscc and oth-;- r waryesterday's Issue that toasting odds and ends of stale bread In dealing .with fact when it says find in states of large area shall get the that Mr. Watson was thus employ- major lwrtlon of tho roads. fi Will 8hlD OU Ahcanhful fitnrlt l.fin .. fn .Intf.1 ... i.Kn In vaiii "Mr. Cubbago was badly cut on the which would otherwise be wasted. home. Io cash pajnith required. AD wp nslc la that you will play upon, use B',tfecd me tlie thin, strips of felt ed during the passage of th Payne- Inches 20&i of Ms head .three This is as it should bo. The nnci test this piano for 3pdas. If. at th end of that time, you do not find It the highest grade, sweetest f.ned nnd nneit tilano In every way, that you have ever TfcC." ijy all the laws of grammat-sra- Jl which, glued to the bottom or the A2rkh tarilf bill. Mr. Watson was wealthy states arc In a better poseen for the money, you a e nt i erfpet llbty to send It bark, nr.d we will. In that dining chair egs, deaden tho noise a member of congress at the time sition to build and maintain roads, construction the (Tourlcr'-Journ-s- rf I11H 1..'IKI1L UUI1 wn A. ccitl. KJAJ WW sale. airrlr llonn mlmr muv KnAt nrlln vml 1 or there is no and according to all the evidence although they are not so badly needKatna to Bay that Mr. Cubbago'e and save the hardwood floors. Blessed Is the spoonful ot sa'.t add was not in the pay of any ossoo'atloti ed as thoy are1 Jn tho poorer states. Savi $150.00 Mire Easy PaymiMts JTmwjJ ix only three Incjies Jong, but We ship direct to you fromW lactory, at ,Tou ruy no cash down, but after 30 dars we HJianco to know that the gentie- - ed to the water In which aro boUed Mu I all went back on the stand to This will be' ono of the Important prices that ureyou upwirdi ol II&0.00 In Uia f trial. oti can brirtn pjjinmt on the low cost of srour ulano. We ciianctrit in fumlih uentloncd is a prominent subtly cracked eggs. The salt pre- correct the statement that .Mr. Wat matters to bo disposed of by Cont, railot terms ever auaxnted b) a piano sasHti you a btttrr p'ano for the inorcy than ta son had been employed while aa mom gress during the present session. vents the white from coiuinB out. )'i can unufjCtn'. These tenns Itare arranged for Xmsi&Aj&i man at Leitchflcld and no wcurc eurwnrrr. are auurru of it )rur inATnlnce, and Is possible ion a lattsfactory rwect toned duraM. lilrh mrii. of Congress, following a threat Blessed is the cupful of confoc-.be- r a to ihv a p.no for your home, without his position with xssajRt " ould attain piano. , . , it j t") Money. libel, State of Ohio, City or Toledo, ) criminal prosecution for tioner's sugar, which when moisten-'o- f ja bead as tho Courier-JournoiarcK testimony supported Mr. ed with sweot cream and flavored, Further )ss. Lucas County. iJucribca. PlayrPianos trgainc Every Slarrk Plaro Ii a toothsome frosting to Watson's contentions. Whether for- - Frank J. Cheney makes oath that Starck rUytr.t'iiiios are rrViniinB to our equally esteemed makes cuaranterd for 25 yran. t' tlie Ila ronLj i en the best and most beautiap- - he is senior jartner of the firm of mer members of congress shall This cuarantce hat back a ttCJ'mimUr o( ihtli U4-'VJurUsixpomry, the Lexington Her-j- 3pread on a cake. ful player Pianos on the ol It our 36 yrars of piano ml iwn'l hard il KH ,.f llf You will be del.urkct. Blcssed are the tea leaves, which pear beforo committee or menibers of F. J. Cheney & Co., doing business eirwrlmcc, and tb ma Xlnd evidences ot an editor tiuVrs li lighted with the many fa.Hlf r not; St k In cf nn - ln the City of Toledo County and I'linoi lulit after steeping ln water for half an Congress as paid agents of lndivldumaking features of these rcsponsibto piano houw. atita.is Koine cleer at .md P!jy Jnfw. ha fall w Instruments, fnj it a few umj barc.!ns i wonderfulrlca"d with and Ho states Utat "James hour may bo strained and the liquid als or associations Is a matter of State aforesaid, and that said firm will be the 60 Fr Muslo - taste. Their effectiveness depends on wll pay the sum of One Hundred very low prices at which wcler . .?1 10.03 rccjttlci tonight shot and probaU'y used to wash the paint. The woodthey can be secured. LttSMS Stcinay Congress Dollars for each and every case of work will Jook cleaner and fresher the attitude members of via? Ji vanoibdcd Jay Urauglin, town To every pjrchnsrr of Chickirfaz. Plana look Fraa .V900D take toward them. The practice is Catarrh that cannot be cured by the Starck Planoi, wc give fnv takes more than" If soap and water were used. I at Ilaaard." It Kimball' , 05.00 Smd today for our new musle leaaona. in one ot beautifully Illustrated plana use bf Hall's Catarrh Cure. Bcsscd are rubber corks, which, growing In disfavor, l91 fSa crUlnary insight to deduce the 193.00 the best known schools In oox wnicu' gives you Tho committee tries to distinguish Chicago. These teuons ) ou FRANK J. CHKN13Y. amount of JTael that a inan who is shot Is prob-zx's- tj pressed firmly, keep catsup 'as well ran take in your own honv, 3NL onr latest, eompleto IsrsorecJnllncvlanos.-Thi- inforj j lion Sworn to before me and subscrib by mail. This represents womulfd, and tho HcraUl as If the bottles wero saaled. Am- - between good lobbyists and bad ones, iwnuH vfW WL win interest and Mm .Mr1! tr.. Intt..4fn.. iue.1.' )vu, rit today. be glvan proper credit for monla, benzine, or any drug which or lo'JlUmate lobbying and llegltt- ed ln my presence, this Cth day ot .iuu2l 1318 Start BId.. CHICAGO P. A. STARCK PIANtici left In a mate. Etymology Is spumed in this December, A. D. 188G. 'rHMj&iitg Jiuoli a decision bo promp- ovaporates can be safol classification. Tho National AssoclaA. W. GLBASON, bottlo with a rubber cork. tly. Notary Public. 'Hi ttto Cincinnati Enquirer appears iBi'tsecd aro the kitchen scissors tlon of Manufacturers la severely oen- y WnshlnEton Dttkq Ha'l's Catarrh Cure is taken in Intf workers have obtained an when usod for dicing apples and sured for tho methods with which it lr B and wife! viUlk h or cl&ht typographical asparagus, cutting opposed measures aggressively urged ternally, and acts directly on tho age reduction of 2 per centinwor - celery, c'lpplng 11. l)ase 220,1 tm', '" ""N In n tiitiglo story, tho l.oulsa" viyjMouiuy clerk's offlco. , of Job3ter. of La- bVcod cold boiled vihi Hecihl prints pictures upside up fact tnore arochicken and ho u8ea by - the American Federation the lat-- system. and mucous surfaces free. tho hours per week. k01"T i, .r .ui uuuiviaeu ono-lmTno roprcsentatU es of Send for testlmonla's lm end to Louisville'1'1 Inter-- 1 now and then, tho & CO., Master Commisioner's Sale. H est M an tne on and Ba3 underlying to tor uouy are given J. clean Dill Fei and Times mix history uml maywhich a ialr or kitchen scissors health .their methodsa being Irreprc-oi- F. Sold CHKNEYDrugelsts, Toledo, O. tlte "felno. Said Commissioner will of- by all 75c. bo profitably cmplojed. Ohio Circuit Court, Kentucky. Sit$;jmphy at will, and the nma'ltr ler a on ana gas rights and Jand Blcseed Is the starch round fine, hensible. But those who fallowed tho Take Hall's Family Pills for con R. Duke, Plaintiff, papers err so Irequently und so tF and used to provont chapped hands, published testimony will recall that stipation. and will 80li Bald vs. JSrisrt'Uily that special comment is otw undivided ono-ha- lf Kvery tlmo tho liands uro washed each sldo sought to aid tho olectlon Kx parte, Defendant. 1 il I3x.tssa.ry. to the oil and gas Noees From Labor World. wipe them of Its friends and each sldo threat-an- d Dy virtue of a Judgment and or aZnsQ'body who 1ms over had any- - and rinsed thorough, as a whole. whl'o they are yet damp rub enod tho political destruction of its A labor temple project Is being dcr of salo of the Ohio ahMK in do with a nowspaper of- s 'i' it no hnser win bo Tho number of voters a agitated by tho unions In Toledo. a pinch of starch over their entire enemies. Octobc; Court, rendered at the JEise httous how errors creep Into lt05"V1 uoim with ailtlmirn,! has BO- A minimum wage of agricultural Z& 1913, ln tho nbovo causo for ttnnM ami thcroforo It Is unseemly surface. Then chapping is not like- lobbyist represents apparently ,?ria, euwi0,y after sale. much to do with whether he Is a borers Is a possibility in England. vision of proceeds and costs here IV o newspaper to ciu'I attention to ly to occur. This )4ay of Nov. mis Pood or a bad lobbyist, In the. Judg- Twenty- - one women are employed la I will offer for sale by Public Abac llUu fau.'fs of Its neighbors. Wonderful Cough Remedy, men of the House committee. f;l E. E. BIRKUEAD," as railway brakemen and teen as Auction at the court house door in Zirjr publication Uvea In a glass Dr. King's New Discovery is known fliostor Commissioner. baggagemen in tho United States. Hartford on Monday, .tho DtU day of i und should not hcavo lrrlcks. iVnu, nirtl Woodward. AltiV A iaw has como Into force in Italy January, 1914. about 1 o'clock n, m. Sad mo can not resist tho tempta- - ovorywhere as the remedy which will Federal Highway System. vmnklnK lndusterlal instruutions com- - upon a credit of six and twclvo l Sioa Jo occaslona'Jy show our big- - surely stop a cough oF cold. D. P, There aro several Important bills pu'sory for children employed Jn fac- - months the following described prop hut fcfoUiers that wo are not such Lawson of Gldson, Teun., writes; erty, towit: ncndlnc before Congress. Drdvldlnc itorles. focJs" as they seem to '"Amil "Dr. KlnR's Now Disa.very is the for the buUdlng cf gooj roaastth In Texas Union carpenters JMlUsk..j nvisT " A certain tract or parcel of huMft tUilnk. Central City Argus. . wonderful cough, cold nnd money from tho United States trves- - pose" to establish' a homo, for dlsabl-thro- at being and lying in Ohio county (Sit ' and lung medicine 1 over sold ury. 'r'ed'and oui)jeranuuatod members pf stato of Kentucky on the water ln my store. It can't bobcat. It Bd'.Io of Rough creek and bounded as folit will be a good way to 'Invest their union, without any trouble at all. It needs government funds. Good roads are Beginning at a su.'or tree, It ia estabVshcd tha.t tho low duo lows: fOR FLETCHER'S .. . . .. t a T1.I.. I hu B"i"uiux i his is iruo, ucrauw necessary, ino goou roaos motwmoni to the recent great strlKe in uuujin beech, mulberry and ash beginning I Dr. King's Now Discovery wlU re- - lias agitated public men in many amounted to sixty thousand dollars corner to No. 11; thence N. 60, V. ' . v liovo tho most obstinate of coughs states. They provide tho means for a day. ZOO poles to a black gum, z mcKor- q, isarirtiAi II 18 UJJlI'Afft. 1 '!"""", i , w" 'in ijv.v. Ml American Sugar Produc- and colds. Lung iroub'es quickly the farmer to move his crops, they General upward tendency of wages' les und Bourwood, S. w. corner- to ( arv tfo guaranteed to tuui'vu u) iu uoo, aim ouuwu cjj lucjiriou ne rural aemery bjsumii in tne cigar ana cleaning manuiaouir- - no. u; tnenoe a. zo w. iyu notes io tab) tion. a bottle in the house at &V1 tlmea for and they will be of great aid to tho ins industries in the United States 3 beeches In Uerrynuna line; thenM.jW than ftbsolutAivv. ... A xoctmt telegram announces that all the mombers of tho faml'y. 60c. I'ostoffice Department In extending' during tho past year Is Indicated in N. 74 K. 136 poli-f- l to tli brassy .... e. . "aiajW and 'a . and l.O0. All Druffglstu or by mall, the parcel post deliveries. Any child the liacnunouto Valley Sugar j?r a report Just issued by the Bureau nlnK. contalnlne 106 acres. o Ba'ma ..i Y Ak J. u Money In tho treasury lies Idle, of labor Statistical ai. Waahlturton.ln more or less. Ui'ln? panic lujd ih'af ...r bugar factory, at Hamilton H. K. Bucklen & Co., Philadelphia - cr St. Louis. Cal., will not resumo. The comIt should bo priced Jn circulation, addittlon to higher pay the cloth- - ou Joan uvis uuko ana wiry c. -- . - . IDiy , .,.,',., - that the public may bo benefited. Lobby Committee's Report. In Thnrrt la lillf llttln The report of tho house committee tncsQ All Riveta rtlffa.-nnr'- .. . bills. rr tMBoy Who Won 0, ,..,.. ,J 1 ! rctlinr, ASH ' Un-ro- Vils-phon- c, -- Starck Pianos v HHHBIB&BflBHf' (iiiiHBiiiHaiiiiiiBHim. to-da- y. wSSMM tBESnasoBessmMtm ti tiJ 'yj Mlss-sa'.pp- 30 DAYS' FREE TRIAL A Hi? s? al Hi-Ha- nd n 'l mar-ukis- w-- a 0mmim er-re- ag 'tPt "k Inn lf -- jj. naer in-n- ,ii pro-mo- st j. Stop i a "! - 31iildren Cry OASTOR A .. .... ..... -- ..' Xil - "uiu Com-jtato- ily C5 aAr .. . '. A DARING MIL Ji DW. W SMITH, r res H. I) lAYNB, Sec and Trc! J. 9. tHACH, Manager. Hit Oulek Wit Fooled Saved Hit YntHowIc. n scout for the Confederate nfmy, The Sublime Courage Shown' by yer nt the was n young Maryland lawtime the gre.it conflict be gnu. '. After months of wiccessful work an American Indian. ho Wits enptured and taken to sentenced to lie hnnged WILLING TO DIE FOR ANOTHER. Hofjjflp'e Ids escape, and In "On Hnz nrMPjiervlcu" W. a. Ileyiner tells of Wash-IngtMiin- FACING TORTURES. ' WHY NOT MAKE $200. A MONTH - the Federals and 50.o a Wk, almost StO. n Day Neck. SCOUT. " flre-prowell-to-d- TV r i BBwMBJBlMSfTSiill i'iiIIiTtIm III BHHlW Story of a Dramatic, Episode In Which the Iowa and MusquakSe Tribci FlQuied Heroism That Von the Admiration of the Enemy, A strlklnj; story of the courage nnd self wierlllco of which tlio American Indian nt III best I Cll)lll)lu It given r hy O. II. Mills In the Dcx Moines mill Louder. It wns told to the white men by the famous fnc chief, llliick Ituwk. who lilnibolf saw the Hog-lsto- V H"FHTV! THE E. W. SMITH CO. Incorporate)!. 6 wensbbro, Kentucky The Largest Complete House Furnishing Store in Western Kentucky. Everything in Furniture, Carpets, Rurs, Window Shade?, Matting, Lace Curtains, Stoves, Ranges and Refrigerators shown in large varieties. ONE PRICE and PLAIN FIGURES IS SMITH'S WAY. WRITE USlFOR CUTS AND PRICES. if i v. Prompt Attention Given Mail Orders. ..,. Kay me rreiyiii. Msntlcn Tti Republican ii J mmifmmm We k r4 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 we are conducting a sale on Suits, Coats, Dresses, Skirts, Waists and Hats and this will offer you an opportunity to test the Levy vajues while the price barrier is down. Our slogan is well known and true, read It nil began with nn unfortunate quarrel between tin Town nnd a In which tho latter killed tho former nnil then In a moment of fron-f.- y HctilptMl his lctltti. The two tribes wero nt peace, and this act. allowable only In time of war. wiih. In Indian eyes, an Intolerable breach of good faith. The Musipiiikles offered nil sorts of reparation, but the lowns would nothing hut the person of the offender, to be tortured and put to deolh In propitiation of tho outraged nplrlt of the dead man. To this the JInsqua-kle- s agreed on condition that the culprit be given a month to fortify himself for IiIh terrlblo ordenl. Iltit Just as the month wan about to expire he fell III with a ragltig fever. In that condition he could not lie carried across tho prairie, but a failure to produce him at the appoluted place would arouse the xusplcloiis and perhaps the hostility of the lowas. A council was called to debnto the matter, before which appeared Cono. n brother of the sick man. "There aro no sipiaw men in our family," he declared. "1 will go In his place." The others tried to dissuade 111 in and described to him the tortures ho would have to undergo, but lie Insisted upon making the sacrifice. Accordingly nn escort was selected to nccompnny him, at the head of which Black Hawk, then n young Jnit wjdely respected chief, was placed."I never saw a mora pathetic scene," said Itluck Hawk, "than the parting uf Cono nud his father and mother and other relatives. The whole tribe was overwhelmed with j;looin.'' In the middle of the afternoon tl'e party arrived nt the Towns' village. Cono had askc:l that his identity should not be disclosed, but one of the lowns who was present nt the time the young ludlnn was slain saw (hat the guilty party was not being delivered, and Black Hawk told the whole story. Tho Jowas accepted it us true and. nfter n "brlcrcouncltrobnsentPd'to'thp'nrrniiBe- ment. The death circle was staked out and patrolled with armed guards, and Cono was placed In Its center, while, tils escort was entertained In the tepee of the chief. It was n chill November dny, and the sun was Just sinking behind the cliffs of the Des Moines river when the escort left the camp. They paused on u hill about a half mile distant from the camp. They could sec that the fires had been lighted round the death circle, nud In the hush of the evening came the plaintive sound of Cono chanting hla.death song. Having traveled some two hours, they halted and made camp. About midnight they heard the clatter o'f horses' feet, and In a moment more a single horseman rode up. It was Cono! This was Ids remarkable story: The flres of the death circle were burning brightly, and the squaws with their .burning sticks were preparing to make the first attempt to extort a cry of palu nud agony, when nn old man, tho father of the dead Indian, raised his voice: "Stop!" he said. "Let me spenk. 1 am the one thatxhas suffered. My sou was killed nud scalped by n Musqun-kle- . I wail hungry for reveuge.aud were the one that killed and bcalped him hero 1 would shout with joy nt his torture. But this young man Is brave. .Never have 1 seeu such bravery before. He is too good a mau to torture mid kill. Itelease him nnd let him return to his own people." Although the entire village a few horn's before had been eager for revenge, there was u murmur of npprov-n- l us the old mnu gathered his blanket about him nnd took his seat. Without any one's making a single objection, Cono was removed from the circle and given food and drink. A few hours later he was led from tho camp, allowed to mount hl owu pony uud depart Mils-r.mtUl, no-ce- capture. He blundered Into n camp of them one looming nt dawn nnd saw Instantly that retreat wns Impossible; they weroi ready to open flro with n doron revolvers. Without hesitation he strode up to tho men nud shouted Indignantly; "You make mighty free with my mlls! With nil this wood round you did not need to burnmyfoiiccs." He seemed very nngry. fejgh "Who uro you?"'avcorpprnl stamvii mered. "Tho owner of the rnll, of,coirsel" And then, apparently somewtfn't tuol Our New Heme. Capacity 20,000 Safes lllledhe went on: "Well, well! Wnr Is wnf. hut don't do any more damage than you can help, boys." Ho snt down with them to their breakfast nnd chatted with them pleasantly. One of them risked If ho had seen Wat Bowie nnd described him accurately. At the ? The x. Weekly "V description they nil stnred nt him nnd A " V UV moved 'uneasily, In doubt ns to whn$ wns to he done, no tallied with the description In every respect- - But hl Until this year Insolence In walking up to them and Collitr't has been upbraiding them for burning "his" fold at $5.50. Now rails made them doubt their own eyes the price is $2.50 "Why. yes," ho drawled. "Wnt Bo and uchac secured wjo wqs In these parts last week. I aconcession whereknow him well. They say he has gone by c can offer it to the north part of tho county, where at a still further reduction in he halls from. I don't know, though, with this ns to tlint." publication. Then rising nnd stretching himself ho looked down Into their doubt Oiled Special Offer to Oar Readers eyes nud Inughed at them laughed in Recognizee the preat demand for Ccllltr'i it their very faces nnd said: e made arrangements to price, "I'm' glad you all met me on m own Jne newand cur we hapublication each one ear own offer it might have made trouble for the price of CWicr'talone. This is a limited land. You orTer and must be taken advantaeeof promptly. for mo elsewhere, for they all say I look like iilm a lot Goodby, boys! What Yoa Get Collier's Good luck!" lie was followed by men and small detalis of Krdeiill'cnvalry and how by h's very audacity rilitl quick wit lie escaped re- "'P" that Selling Victor gnfc and toxtf to in? rchantt, doctor, lawjrrg, dentins unit f ormrru.ttll of whom realize Die nrd of aMfe. Imt do not know how cnnjr it Is to own one. Salesmen declare onr proposition one of aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaV (jjjgyy tlio best, clenn-eu- t opportunireceived. Without provlotin exjtcrl-nic- e ties YOU can duplicate tlio niece m dottier. Onr handsomely lllnttrnted catalog aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaw will ciMb.c ynti to tireont the ful.leel inrm. tomers In as lntcreMlnp; a rummer n thousii you wero piloting tlicm throtiRli our factory. Men appointed as a ta etnien nucivnmlvice nud instruction for nelllng eafcn, clvlinr :."v!,.? ;ftl UrnS poiiiit which u l impo.nib lor a prot pecllve cn.tonrer to clou llrst to apply trora jour Mvlrtttr before tomcone elee kcIs Ui We can favor only one talesman out of each locality. money-mnkli'- LaaaaaflHB lalBmpV P yig anniverrrWf-Tmpnn- cclebnkttA erectlliR the mosinirKlrm.vnfr factory In the world. yJt-awa- ke men vrlo sprrlal Celling lr.tvuaM-jrtt. rendered ueeeasn ry Vfc am tivtumtK of tiimiy thousands ralrBorjftJituttbwi but to learn nil tnrticjtSrp, M wlllcot yon only tue ffttos a postal card. reeK-rrmu- r 1 ttvAttMe-onroulpu- TIieMtli tr y Ask for Catalogue the SAFE Annually. mm QilfS !SF. & LOCK fit,. CIHCIHn'nlf, Colliery's HAVE YOUR SUITS- - national First Time Cleaned incj in Clubs i Pressed! Dy- Repairing and special attention. Ladies work given? neatly done. jfl Hats Cleaned ani3 Repaired. Work called 'delivered. month. forai II Gift arc! Club rate Sl.OOscr j Hartford Pressing . AUSTIN'S EGOTISM. r--r. A It Cropped Out Strong In Comparing CHimaelf With Tennyson. bit, independent, fearless weekly of the whole country. Not only is it the cood citizen's handbook buttitna alio a maeazine for the whole family. Amcnr'the "things that a year's subseriptiftrnglTes arei' CWCrr't Is the cjie 1O0O editorial GUNTIIEIt BLDO.,CENTEK f 600 News Photo . & V HARTFORD, KY. Autlp might almost be said to rival nnec-dotos-o- f In peaco. every ad that appears above it then you will surely - i - The teacher uieuut'tu convey a profound lesson. "You must forgive your enemies, boys," thu salriC "mid then your enemies will forgive you. I want you nil to try It." The next morning Johnny Jones tame to school with n very black eye. "Why. Johnny, what's tho umtterV" "Aw." replied Johnny, "I've been Scrappy Green an' tnaklti' him forglvo oie." Cleveland I'luln Dealer. Willing Penuailve. for-glv- ln' Get The LEVY HABIT. It Pays. ". ':?- Mary The butcher is here, ma'nni, Mrs. Morris rVbat shall I order? Parke Dear me. 1 haven't a thought! What can 1 order? Mary (thoughtful-l- y don't know, ma'am. I'm sure. Mrs, MorrU Parke Oh, pan't yon uinke a ugeMlon? Mary (cheerfully -1 can try. What do you make If of -t Puck. J- toTryv - If you make money your nod. 'twill plague you like u devil. Kleldlug. JatnesMcKell Whistler ns having glv en rIfe.to humorous anecdotes with Cher's thl8t.dfffercuce, that while the o'WCA Backbee's "Full ot Life" Northern Whistler exploited his wit or Hartford Republican ) Pedigreed Seeds have a reputation of jg successful seed growing behind these, Jt his .sierb nrrognuce ("Why lug in Jant the best. Velasquez?") those of Austin were has Seasonable Specialties: ed onjUttle more than the fatuous self BEANS, Obituary. Earliest Red Valentine. - .. JVsa esteem,1 which enabled blin (If ability . . JJ3 Extra. Early Mrs. Charlotte V. Bennett Campgtess ijrcm roa . W7 Is tho'fWord) In 1ST0, in his volume of Imp; Kidney Waxfca bell bem July 17, 1847, died Nov. Btjles rWhrteWar . . is.TS StlHelHC I so called criticism, "Tho Poetry of the Ohio Raat roof Wax . U Pcrlod'.JJ, to nttncl; Tennyson, Brown 13, 1913, .t her home iu lloslne, 3 C5 years, ,.PEA Ing, Matthew- - Arnold and Swinburne County, Kentucky, age Alaska Acs ,Gradual . .'C: , fm ate i' airMf tn'onuthn'r o Market Garden . wub SlsUjr Campbell was converted al superior of the whole pack of them. :'s Llgbtntog Express feoa It was apparently not this book, but the age of fourteen, and united with ttSMf. Aadbh. Taaefar and infcS n Inter criticism written In 1885, which the Methodist church. She lived a seeas, ruBti.ana Buine at lowest' I Send forcritaDlete rateloe-1- , c led Austin to boast of his friendship beautiful christian life, showing to your requirements and wlrTqoorc price. TQ Jl vujr uiicu hubi inenraer with Swinburne and to declare that tho 'woHd tho reality of the religion Write today. Mention tUsf paper.V though be hud been forced to criticise she professed. BMnBrv IT. eSWseSeBe. Swinburne, the latter had 'not permitOctober 15, UfeiBaahetSl., BecUiirifScd marrlod She. was ted it to disturb their relations. It 1874 t c to Robert CampUl who did in proved that Austin's criticism had at1900, leaving to her care a family ot tracted so little attention that Swinburne had not even heard of it, and four children three sous and one when, following Austin's boast, be laughter, Katie, tho younger daugh-- took pains to rend It he became very ter, havInK died one year vrovlous to anb CURE. angry nnd would have nothing to do this and tho older daughter, IMrs. m. an v aaa with Austin. Alary Campbell Crowd"- lisscd awaj It was the same fatuity which led j low years niter, sister uampocu r Austin iu his autobiography to adver- three sons, John, Carlos and Gordon .W earner ... IT mat tise his own ultra respectability as stW survive kfer. compared with the possible "low tone" A touching funeral serylce, was of others. Tennyson might be acquitby her MR atOUCHa ted perhaps of once uslug an improper conducted at home, church lmstor. Rev.. J. P. Vanhoy on Nov. Msffctaj word in conversation, but Tennyson ANB ALL THR6AT AND LUNftTMfMkJHL 1C, 1013, at 10 a. m. After which her certainly smoked, Austin never. 'I remains were conveyed to Jit. V'ern- - QUARANTINED 8ATIS7AOX Springfield Ilepublleau. OR MONBY REJUNDSIK. where another service was Weaving In Shadow. hold and she was then laid to rest In ono of the famous lace shops of In Alt. Vernon cemetery. Brussels there, are certain rooms deSister Campbell was a devoted voted to the weaving of ihu llnest nud mother and leacs a vacancy In hor These most delicate lace patterns. homo which can nqver bo fl'led. Nor' rooms are entirely darkened except for a''ono to her home, but, the light from one small window fall- is it confined upon Jhe pattern. There wo as a church sadly feel her loss. ing directly Not only was sho a grand chiis Is only one lucemuker fit the room, nud she sits where the narrow stream of tlan woman, but sho Jovcd Uer church pQ LelZV HftVCE1 Mff light falls upon the thread she Is and was loyal to Us institutions. Hot. weaving. Luce Is always more deli- life was so devoted and bo beauti cately nnd beautifully woven. It Is fully spent, that its Influcnco for , said, when the worker Is In the dark good wl'l be lasting. and only her pattern Is Iu the light In her death tho church lias lost a valiant soiuier, mo community Canning Tomatoes. Peel rlrht all tho time Doa'tITeE family u dear sporting edljor took tho place of true friend, and her "Our rom work for days bytakiwr. i.iliaiiilf mother. jawe the 'Hume Hints' editor yesterday." when pleasant Lte- - VrLax. To her children wo will Bay, whllo on your feet, Vfhile rclievlngywaciiifc "Anything happen?" easy-- to. tikav. Owa"; "A ludy who wrote asking how to you slialt niUs tlio familiar face and le. Safer too, and can tumutoes was told to get an old can kindly smile of your mother, remem take anything else. Yoa. mft.S2aml parpoisons, ctaaumar, and plecu of fitting, then to catch her' ber she with other loved ones is it. Eliminatca At-ur- al tem andtelleves- eonatlpatlH If, waiting to welcome you homo. tomato and to proceed the same as remedy, natural" fa its wtt tar. wti canning a dog." Houston Post. in its effect and certain fn lewafac, JC: that de won't be lone" before Orlgsby's Baby Talk. licious lhcr syrup, has displaced completely displace calorwjl m ewex Was there ever a baby that said calomel in nearly every home. Good home. Children can take, R freely ,aav -t with perfect safety. Every kettle n"choo-chocars" without being taught for grown-up- s e and children alike. Ask anteed. 50c and $1 in bottles. to say It? One would be credulous InlD2y without the likeneee asal 2rt-tur- e J. 11. Williams, Hartford, Ky. y . deed to believe It Baby talk Is . of L. K. GriKshy., for salftamr-Jtho mature product of persons Fcr Frost Bites and Chaped Jl. WILLIAMS. - HartXote.Kr.. twenty to sov. ranging In nges from Skin. enty. They only put It off on tho baFor frost bitten, cars, fingers and bies. Kansas City Star. toes; chapped hands and dips,-- chil blains, cold sores, red and rough Tho Art of Talking Hack. equal "I hardly know how to answer you," skins, thcro. Is nothing to said she when the soft voiced widower Uucklen's Arnica Salve, Stors tho proposed. pain at onco and hea'a quickly, In "I would not Jet tlint worry me." snld overy home thorp, should bq a box he soothingly. 'That, Is something a handy all tio tlmq. Bart remedy for woman lenrns,terfectly soon after mar all skin diseases,, Itching iozma,, Jit I SiMcce4 rteij. evcryiViotT else 2 rluge:" ClncltWtl 'Knqulrur. ter,-- il!fe, etc., 26c. All druIsts or m narvoue iprjtrWi Jia, ;.N WitJBtaa the- - are tbe by mall. Jl. JC. Buckten fc.Co., PhlU At1 Wit Widcting. I remedy, as i!iouRja'lv-VUi- f . v Bride's Mflilfrr Were yon nervous, ade.'.hla or St. Louis. FOR KIDNIY, UVmi A-;- :. during tho cwonwnyjt Urlde-F'ell,- 'l .i rrcNWACKTscusLu: self ot Biy away HMpi4ftit whoa nap' ,, r'-- j .'h at Dm Ut tnecSrfio. Charley. Juda. me to 'iiave I -4rjuror,wy,pnnvj.. v V "i ' j- -. ." r" I -. 250 Short Articles ISO ShArt Stories 100 Illustrated Features 2 Complete Noreb " ""-- . , $21 Z.)U f SEEDS .... Si of-th- iook-'were'th- e month8-and2tickys- MpK W. BUCK -,- KILLTHtCOUaH TK1U1CS U New uiscot "UOLD8 fj USE LI V-VER-- UUL ue irouBicsoc Constipatiaa., v Ket - o Moeat-genuin- ordl-nurll- Eleotrl Bitters i-' OkiarinrjR W ffal VM i.ii Jjt. T ' .. "H V.'3 "" - ifim7w , -- r 1 -- J . r s' Hartford Republican. If r(or), 1am, '77? tfnloml nrt6rdlnR Kj., to law at tb rottofflce cond mail matter ot the C. M. a BARNETT, Editor & Proprietor I ' AQOXCSS Tho Hartford Republican. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS SoliNTllxr dcnltlnjr tb pni'tr tent to n ddnM mutt Rive the old mldrv". In milling n-- w ft. ... ail Co l.....l.... uuiu,lltuuUI18 . Unsolicited mnnnxrlpta will not be returned Bnlfawaccninpnnled by poalnce. will receive no Anoojinoo". communication . could have hnrdly boon made In good faith. ,lt Is tho law of supply and demand that regulates the ccst of living, tho Democratic market basket emancipation talk to the contrary notwithstanding. Tho Democrats Bald other things during tho campaign that were brilliantly Inconsistent. TVint trrntut&nfl tn fOlnfltmll flm POflt ' ' t( Ulo con8Umcr( an(, toM of , , .,. ;,. tllo, ,, ,..nllw for his produce under their system of economics. Possibly tho farmer Is thinking that tluy kept faith with him. Certain It Is that tho consumer has no grounds for thinking that way. N'ow Drltlan (Conn.) Record. '" n Republican official under a ' law enacted by a Republican legis We refer to the announce-melature. FROM SEVERE FIRE of Dairy and Food Commissioner Foust that he Intends to enforce to the letter the ro'.case of storagoegss limit law, Two Residence Losses and One undrr tho eight-monwhich means towering of prices by an Increased supply. Harrlsburg Person Burns To by nt th ,,,. 1914 Happy New Year to Everybody. In summing up the results of our efForts during old 1013, we find no ill luck has bcfnllcn us, but on the other hand, health, happiness and prosperity lias been our liberal portion. Death. Removal Notice. tleutlou. ovtrl-i-. Two Seperate Questions. 7BL3FR01TE. XlS.Trr...... -- 3 FHIDAY, JANUARY 2. iHcre's to 1914. May It prove an Improvement over 1913. publish a comprehensive b'ank book upon his return from .Mexico. When the Suffragettes get In pow- It is rumored that John Llnd will er let us hope they will not the men to wear clothes button In the back. that "lT Many Democrats find the motto, "To the Victors belong tho Spoils" Traiio rniinition win .in n shorter and easier to remember than Trusts, monopolies combinations, the Baltimore platform. thrive under t Frcc-Traas under Protection. There are laws In our Things mote so fast these days country which deal with trust eyils. that by the time the police nrrest If other and more stringent laws suspect the public a new murderer aro needed, let them bo asscd and has forgotten the victim. executed. But don't wreck prosperAccording to some vin--s the ity on account of the trusts. Don't faults and virtues of tho currency burn the bam In ord r (to get rid hlU are too badly mixed for an ar- of t!ie rats. Don't sink tho whole ship because there is a leak somerangement of the deaity para'Jel. where In the hull. Tho trust tjucs .Hartford passed the most quiet Hon and tho Tariff question are two holiday season In tho Jilstory of the distinctly separate questions. Each fky. there wosj Jrcs of tlip Fourth should be dealt with separately upJuly giant cracker, rimni. candle, on ltst merits or demerits. King's New Leaf. Apings" than ever, In fact, It was a.. I desire to thank my many custom Income Tax Methods. Jinusunl tjilpg to hepr any kind of ers for their patronage in fhq past fwflep t??tllpsifn Jwra Uurinff- it has taken but a littifi 0VV n ...,n wish them a hannv and nrosiwr- re-- 1 season Just passed. This month's trial to show that tl , tnU . can bot. Is as it should be. How out of lllace aul;cicnu for collection of the in-- 1 tw- ly fo1' . OdebraU Ho b.ltll of tho lone,' Come tax through "deduction at tuei f rash systcra U.,Cr ., aro obnoxious. Not only hml011' IM HO.&e and Nazarcnb, with powdetS up and no nar no losses to make T the CXpense of bolotlng strife-- . Instead, wo trust the Unto U near at hand when good cheer, good the it'ax on bankb and trust COmpan- overcharged. My stock will bo more ieijowshlp, and cheerfulness will ples, without compensation, but the complete than ever and will be well fill ithc days which .wo celobrato as forclsn market for American securi- equipped to do aU harness repair ties Is bejng demoralized. Foreign the Christmas holiday!. S. L. KING, work. Inventors have begun .to dump such The Hardware Man. IGNORANCE AND ARROGANCE. securities on the market. This does n not bring any gain to the govcrnmcat Here is what Editor, Henry Obituary. results. Although secrotray McAdoo has to say in the Courier-JournLlttVe Lewis Kendall, the. baby boy concerning the foreign pol- prided himself on havlns solved all of Stephen and Eliza Kondall, of M j puzzles of InfcrpreiJiUou of the icy of the 'Wilson administration: Roslne, departed this llfo Nov. 17, say, the Wilson foreign uw, his rccei i Jsbxio ot revised "Truth to 9 a !s a confession that ho has 1913, agod 1 year, 8 months and policy seems a compound ot Ignordays. After funeral services at the bewilance and arrogance. Our President bt.l nj better luck with Its Methodist church his littto form has a subtile, scheming mind. Can dering complexities than divers other was laid to rest in he Rolne cemecompr he be taking a long shot at condi- persons who have sought to tery Nov. IS. tions for 1916 that, brcedinS war, hend them. LIttIo Lewis was an interesting ComTho Indlnapolis Chamber of or a state of warlike preparation, merce has drafted a memoral on the child whose bright face and dearr, will paralyze Mr. Bryan and his UttLo was are sadly missed by fath-oooc-tendeclaration in the .last- - Na- subject, setting out the difficulties mother and brothers. They have tional .Democratic 'platform, and thus before mentioned, and pleading .with our sympathy in their bereavement. propresent mm6o ,Ae ways for his first Ad- Congress to modify the (the source. Remember there is One who Is anministration to slide luto a second? visions for deduction at ointed "to comfort all who mourn." I would have a Chief Magistrate be The memorial suggests that reasona- Let your hearts ever feel that He Is my master; ble and practicable .methods be dehis own master; but not your ho'per, comforter and savior. or vised which will enablo tho eovcrn-mend I Dike tho hlghmtghtlness to obtain at the source informa1 Woodrow WlJson no better than Tariff but Not Prices. Jlked that of Theodore Roos- tion for enforcing correct returns from were A year ago the Democrats taxpayers without obstruction of busievelt H. W." ness facilities. The protest Is not telling us "Give us a chance; wait Jlotel Continental, Paris. against payment of the tax or oven until wo cut the Tariff, and then against its graduated features, but watch tho high cost of living ko The Tariff as a Tax. down." It has required much angry vocif- solely against its cumbersome and Wo havo waited. We are still waitpart of the Tariff annoylne method of collection. eration on the Tho last valid Income tax impos- ing. Tlio tariff has been cut, but not rfotmeres to make the people underprices. Indeed, tho most nota-W.- u stand rather hazl'iy .that tho Tariff ed by this government yielded muoh tho event of the fall has been the revenue without tlio scheme of "dete a tax. And there is a good reason indiconstant Increase In tho cost of underlying all this seeming obtuso-nes- s. duction at tho source." Tho vidual merely made an affidavit as foodstuffs. would What man in his we not rather hao the prices lie was to his Income and paid his tax on It ia remarkable that when that basis. There was a severe penalty were waiting with lioi.c In our heartfa paying doubled than have his Intocome cut In half? In the former case for failure to return tho required some Democratic nctlou looking of a affidavit and for fa'.so and mislead- ward the taxation is at his option to a certain cxtont ho Is not forced to ing statements. It was mado at tho promises, the only step In that direcbuy. In tho latter, tho .tux Is un- end of tlio year, when tho taxpayer tion in Pcuiiblvuiu has been taken avoidable. Alfred J. Ferris, In "Pau- had all tho figures before him. Now the taxpayer must practically deter perizing tho Rich." Tho man earnlne $20 a week will mine at the beginning ot tho year prefer to pay 20 cents a pair for his whether ho is exempt from tlio tax stockings' rather than hao his wages or not. The individual must bo a cut to $10 and get his stockings for prophet to bo able to swear whether 10 cents a pair. That is human na- lie wl.'d havo to pay .the tax nt all ture, and the right sort of human na- or In what class he wi'l ,le at tho ture; tho sort that makes for prog- end of tho year. Bad uck In the ex- - mlddio ot the year may throw an ress and improvement. Free-Tranlolta tho doctrino of cheanncss: Individual into a lower grado or ex- cheap commodities, cheap labor, cheap "'lt him altogether, after part of ineji. Protection contends for better tllw ,a naa bccn lluctl. On the things; for higher prices of commo- other hand a man may at tho be dities, for higher wages, for highly ginnlnK of tho year think lie is expaid men, for a higher civilization. empt from the tax or that he is in And all tho proofs of history and one of tho lowor grades, and the of tho ycar'u business human experience are on tho Bide CNvc flr-cnmay tnaKe niin iiao.'q to ino tax or of Protection. place him In a hlghor oVass. Tlio follows fast upon feedlpg pigs, poullierccntagc of thlovcs In our popula- try, horses and cattle ou some ot A Promise Not Made Good. tion Is smaller and by providing tho many varieties of grains and feed We read Uiat at a hearing before criminal pcna'tli and giving you can got here. Like, the feed Washthe Chamber of Commerce in tho government facilities for ascerf, your porkera ao fed aro apt ington the other night It was said enough at tho to take first prize. The moro you use something was done to taining information that unless fomlnA source to enforce oorroct returns the what now Is here hay, oats, corn, 4u4nA 4hi rrtdxt rtf llvlm? danger may bo eliminated and or- - bran, etc., tho less occasion you will wouid soon stalk tbroueh tho streets dlnary business bo relieved from the have for "condition powders" and c$ tho national capital. This is ser present requirements, vexatious other curaUvcs for your livestock ious newa, and moreover it is ex- Globe Democrat. fftter. tremely disappointing. it be promJecd during tho campaign For Sale r of 1112 to emancipate the market A store room next door to Bank by the removal ot the tariff locket Th Produce Marcharit ?Tat that promise boon made good? of Hartford. Address Box 235, Jtert- 22tl. HARTFORD, - KENTUCKY M ftU And yUi if more, It ford, Ky. Having decided to their own sat- Isfactlon that "the Tariff is the mother of trusts," the imagine that they aro going to remedy trust evils by destroying Tariff Protection. It Is as though thu oii.y cure for defect In a superstruc ture was to be found Inrazlng the foundation. But when they have thus wrecked the superstructure for the sake of correcting a defect which could have been treated by Itself, leaving tho foundation Intact and the desirable remainder of the strucl ture Rtlll stnmllni' tlm trnct remains as before, it wfl simply Free-Traders ru-l- ,,u do Attorney Otto C. .Martin has reMorgantown, Ky., Dec. 2t. For tho moved his offices to, and will after iMorg.intowii January 1, 1914, bo connected with second time Tuesday was visited by another disastrous tho law office of l.rnest Woodward, This time the br uutlful. river with rooms over fire. V1 llama' drug front rcsldonco of C. Y. Hill, .agent store. 23U. tho Kvunsvir and Howing for Teacher's Meeting. 0rco I'clct company at this place, was totally destroyed. Including ml Ohio County teacher's meeting will ot his household .joods, and the bo he'd Friday January 1C, 1M. clothlnR of the family. Tho origin Welcome address. W. R. Canon. of the flro Is not definitely known Response. F. I Dell. but it is supposed to liavo caught Reading of Minutes. from sonic one stepping on n match Aim of Our Schools Dudley that lliad been dropped In a cV-- t room. In the family The house I'crsonnl Manners Marvin Hoover. caught lire about 7 o'clock p. m. Physical Qualifications of Teacher and '1) S o'clock, all that remained C U. Shown. was a mass of smouldering embers. Relation cf Public School to GovThe entire itovvn and community ernment E. F. llinton. arc in sympathy with Mr. Hill, as An Orderly School J. T. Hoai;-lanlie had no insurance, and it is said How Tlmo Is wasted In School "'?, losf wl" b, ,'80- Work. Lydla Ward. laddies near by property was prevent- - Causes of Disorder I.onnle Owen. ed from boing destroyed. Dally Preparation of the TeacANOTHER RESIDENCE BURNFn hersMarshall Crowe. The residenco of Rev.- - A. Beard, Addrcs Ozna Shults. colored, near town, caught on fire Recitation. Marlissa Foster. about 1 o'clock Tuesday, nnd totally Correlation of Mind and llody. O. destroyed besides burning one of his D. Carson. grandsons so badly that ho died WedSelect Reading Ireno Ward. nesday morning. Character Building F. P. Bc!l. STORE BURGLARIZED. M. Socializing Arithmetic T. The general merchandise store of Wright. Veachel Flcner at Aberdeen was How I conduct my School on rainy Tuesday Days W. R. Carson. broken Jnto by burglars night, and b'oodliounds were sent for The meeting will bein at 0. a. but it ia not know here hew much m. AU teachers are earnestly re was stoleen. quested to be present. Wes-terile.'- d. d. look with gratitude and thanksgiving to Him who holds the destinies of humanity in His hands. vc For all these blessings For our business achievements our hearts go out to our host of loyal customers whose liberal patron-agand unfailing confidence in our business methods e and our Merchandise havo made an enormous volume of business possible. value-giving We welcome tho New Year with best wishes for Health, Happiness and Prosperity for everybody We promise to make every effort to merit your confidence and patronage during the Now Year. The same services and even better if it is possible for us to make it so, will be accorded all our customers. To those who haven't been our customers we wish to ask you for a New Year's trial. Supply your needs from this store during the year of 11)14 and we believe that you will be on our 1915 list of satisfied customers. r ft C. TAYLOR, MARVIN HOOVER, U Committee. ,.as For Sale strain. Buff Opplngton Cockerels, martzj $1.00 and $1.50 each. MRS. P. D. TWEDDELL, Hartford, Ky., Rt 7. 20tf. Cumberland 'phone. ld - Thirty Days in the Foothills of the Cumberland Mountains. E. P. Barnes & Bro. BEAVER DAM, KY. M Wat-terso- al res-uV.tl- ci m nt nt ADMIRATION MI'S de t bo-vc- ro lt-s- ol Itit. W. E. ELLIS 1 had occasion recently to pass thirty dajs in the foothills of the Cumberland mountains, and the topogra. phy of tho country and tho manners and customs of tho pcojile are so radically different from conditions with which Ohio County ieople ore familiar that 1 hope to interest Republican reaers with an aedcount of of my experience. Glasgow the capital city of Barren J OK THE county is the outpass from which the traveler embarks by livery for the sUto cliffs of tlio Cumber lands. Glasgow, a prosperous city of three At the Close of Business, Dec. 31, 1913. thousand peop'c, might aptly be calltc" the capital city of the hll's. AN about it time has pressed Its erosive RESOURCES fingers deeply Into the soli not even city Bills Discounted sparing a luvel sight for the $183,750 03 ItsoJf. From the cost and south GlasStocksand U. S. Bonds 11,'410.00. gow gathers the commerce of a large Checks for Remittance territory. Tobacco is hauled by wa2,148.51 gon fifty miles, and droves of ho's Banking House and Lot 3,000)0 and catt'e are driven In for oven a Furniture and Fixtures 1,000.00 geese greater distance. Great flocks of Cash on Hand driven forty pr fifty miles, are seen 14,370.08 tlredly waddling a'ong tho city's narCash Due from other Banks 51,445.00 row but well pavq d streets, il was to'd that the day beforo my arrival two thousand geese from Metcalf County Total 207,125.12 had been driven Into town, and a fow miles out of town I met a drove LIABILITIES gf three hundred jurko)8 thit liad Capital Stock . . , been drlved already two days. They .$ 40,000.00 told mo tho chief difficulty In drivSurplus . 17,300.00 ing turkeys was their habit of going Dividend No. 52. . early to roost. Ho said when the sun 1.000.0C went down, or even earlier If a cloudy Deposits . 208,225.12 day, they would fly up into tho trees or fence posts and nothing would InTotal duce them to'como down until day.$207,125.12 light. .1. W. Ford, Tho first thirty miles out of Glasgow vtias a string of hll'a relieved R. E. Lkb Si'mmerman, nowhere by even a quarter section u. holhrook, of valley or table land, and yet tho farmhoust8, barns and fences Indi.John (, Thomas, cated productive hll'leldcs or a tru-John T. Moore, people. WJicn within a few miles of tho Tennessee lino we drovo down Directors. a hlV the longest and steepest I had ever seen a vehlclo descend, and at tho foot of which wo entered, as my driver advised me. Into iho foothills Mountains. Wo fined to tho very narrow river vl- - of their shallow channels they spread of t,ho Cumbeer'-anwere now in mo narrow mm juciur- - . ivjb uuu w mu mw m'vuut'B noiquile from hill to hill fTh rlvirn or esu,ue valley of Rolling rler. Just . too steep for a oat to climb. Tho crceks-riv- era in width but cretks In .,,. Knitim: at the foot or Rainbow Curve. To .country Is sparsely setfed. Three volume-a- m my left a great cliff of solid slate fourths of the land is uTate hillside from a series of h!h watersheds of perpendlcuTurly to a' imposslblo of cultivation. Slate Is the great length rose that are sepcrnted nohoight of nearly four hundred foot and only btono and there is enough of it where by more than a few bending southward In a majestic curve In cast Tennessee to roof over the mountain Bpriugs supply a I entire state, Tho rlvera run on top of good volume of extended In unbroken beauty for many vatcr for theso miles. This va'ky to nowhere more , the round having practically no ohan creeks. In fact creeks are so numerthan five hundred feet wide and at! no). They are wide and shallow and ous that a stronger asked' where b some points only a tenth of that. If bridges are entirely unknown. Roods Is from, a question rarely nep this is only the foothills, "1 eald to , aro more often than not m the river id among these plcople, replied my driver 1 ehould iliko (to see thu bod and they have a Lackneied Joke is from Dlxoa'a creek, or rp-Kneo Cap of the Cumberlanda. I that they ford all the rivers and creek or Puncheoa creek, etc. Hi saw- higher bills bath In Kentucky , ford them lengthwise. In fact bridges week I shall write of the' habits and Tennessee but nowhere else ( would bo of Jlttlo eervlce it they customs of these. deaizeaa. of such' senlc teauty as Rainbow Curve . bad thorn, Tug rivers are too ehal- - dark hollows of the feoifeJPe of & ' low to. requiro brldgf a ezcept on Boiling, river. la Cumberland. J M,-- THOMAS, Ia the foothills fermin ia coa- - time of flood and then, on account Xarvewv, Ky. Statement the Condition BANK OF HARTFORD al d ...,,.. s i - v-- , o --- . v-- -- fc. A- - Iw. . r tt - Jf '"Tk 4r rjMr-i"-- ! ." -- r rJ W Accept Our i Gratitude .w Mr. and Mrs, J, W. Jones, of Murray, who have been tho guests AMERICAN INDIAN J of Mrs. Laura Slovens have return ed home. SLOWLY PASSING OUT . Mr. Connor Ford, of tho Western Kentucky Normal at UowllnK Green, Is spending, this week hero with his Only Hope of Keeping Him Is mother. Mr. Hardin Unlrd, of, near Hart Aw , To Carve Him in ' ford, returned to his homo Tuesday, 'M Stone. after spending a few das In Owen sboro, Mrs. Dr. .McKlnney and children of Taylor Mines, are the guests of her parents, .Mr. and Mrs. J, V. Sandcrfur. Master Hugh Wa'Jnce, who is attending Hartford College, spent the holidajs with his parents In county. Muh-lonbu- rg a1 rd tj i rd ,m. vNf3Z!aBH m 23fl I a We would certainly be ungrateful if we did not in some way show to our customers our hearty appreciation of their trade during the past year. So we take this method, and assure you that we are very grateful to you for helping us make the year 1913a success. ' jknik now on us. We want to serve you again, not entirely as a matter of friendship, but because we sincerely believe that it will be to your interest to trade with us. If you can see it as we do, then with your we can make 1914 the banner year in the history of our busis co-operati- on The new year iness. When wanting quality, and low prices, think of us, and remember that IT PAYS TO TRADE WITH A HOUSE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY. 1B"" '-. - m .i Hartford Republican Fill DAY, JANUARY 2. J Mr. Sholby Stevens fcM) Saturday for Murray. Mr. lee Robertson will leave Sunday for Loulsvll'e. Mr. Andrew King caino up from Owensboro Tuesday. & M. H. !' Rev. O. M. Shultz, of Llvenuorot L. A Ntline card effective Monday was In Hartford tills week. Aug. 21st. Miss Ea Taylor Is visiting relaNo. 112 North Bound due 7:19 a. m. tives In Louisville this week. except Sunday. dally Mr. Joo Wilson, city, was a pleasNo. 114 North Dound due 1:15 p. m. ant caller at this office Wednesday. dally except Sunday. Mr. Hoyt Taylor returned to his No. 116 South Bound due 8: 45 a. m. dally except Sunday. work at Elmore, Tenn., Saturday. No. 113 South Bound due 1:46 p. m. Miss Nora Wedding has accepted dally except Sunday. a position In tho schooj at Central II. B. MISCHKB. Ast City. '.Misses Strange, of KvanavlUe, Ind., Miss Lo'a Magan left Sunday for nro thq guests of their aunt, Mrs. Steel. Woir. Miss Marj' Smith, pf Fords'ville, Is Mao Maan left WedMiss Earllo. tho guest of MJss Nancy . Ford, on nesday for Owensboro. Main street. Arthur York, route 2, Hartford, Miss Leila Conn will leave Sunwas In Owcnsljoro last week. day for Hopkiusvllo, wherq sho will Mr. E. Railroad Time Table at Hartford, Ky. IV MJss Martha Thomas, of Dundee, visit Misses' Bllil. was the guest of Mlsa .Mattjo Duko Mi3S Flossie Powers, of Owensboro, last wcok. Is spconding a fow days with her Mrs. Dr. Shu'U, of Plyaknnt Rldgo, ino.thor at Dundee. is the gUust Of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Misses Leila Ulonn and Wlnnio Sandcrfur. Siinmcrnia were thq guests of friends Mrs. Harney B. Duke has been qulto In Beaver Dam Sunday. sick at her homo on Clay street tor Mrs. T. II. Fought, of Owonsboro, several dae. Is the Kucst of her sister,, Mrs. S. Attorney A. D. Kirk was In K. Hurt, of Beaver Dam. visiting rciathca Satur-an- d Superintendent-elec- t Ozna Shults Sunday. has purchased tho D. Ford farm near , manager of tho town. Consideration $1,000. Mr. M. A. Faub-htMusic Co., was In Beaver Hartford Messrs. It." T. OolMns land H, P. Dam, Tuesday. Taylor have returned from LouisMisses Mary und Ethol Barnard, of ville whero they have been on busiIsland Station, were tho giiests of ness. frlonds last week. Mr. Sldnoywraiams, who has for Hartford'NeojUege ,wjjl ppen Mon- sometime hold a position at Luwrne, day, after having given about a week has resigned his place and is at homo here. for tho Christmas holidays. Mr. II. T. Crowder, Hartford No. Miss Alice Foster will return Monday from Owonsboro to resume her 2, called to soo ub yesterday and Btudlcs In Hartford College. renewed his faith In Tho ReMr, Erneet Morrta, of Cooper fc publican. Mr. and Mrs. Bardwell, of Tay-lCo., hqs returned home aSter spendMines, spent tho. holidays with ing a few days lit Owenaboro. Misses Artie and Berulee May, of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Oweaaboro, were the guests of their Barnard of Louisville. aunt, Mrs. Woodward, last week. Dr. E. W. Ford and Mr. W. M. Mr. C. R. Morrison, who has been Fair were Jn Beaver .Daw .Tuesday qait ill of pneumonia, was abi'e to to attend a meeting of tho Baptist county. be op the streets Tuesday, alter. Beard of Missions Messrs. BllbrOand Frank boob. Black have sold Che City Restaurs ut Mlas Alice Keowa returned to Monday to. resume her work which' they have o'waed for several aud teaerUn the McHeery Graded moathv, to Mr. Jaeiea Lyons conMr. Jeff W&titersos; who tvlll gekeoi. Sfaft apat the ChriaUaa sroats, Jir and duct same la ceectyo wUfe )ob' 'yo with room Ja tb adJolBlag'-laWJnMff.' 0. Pit Kqowb. -or J.a7 Mc-llea- ry u ar i g. Miss Winnie Slmmcrinan, city, and Miss E'Ui McKlnney, Denver Dam, will Itavo Sunday to relntcr their school work In Nashville. Services at Mothodlst church morning and evening. by Uio pastor. Subject Sunday morning, "Tho Flight of tho Years." Mr. and Mrs. J. Ncy Foster returned T uesday from Owensboro, where they had been visiting tho Mrs. Lnvissa B. former's mother, Foster. Messrs. J. II. Flcncr, Logansport; R. A. Baldwin, Heaver iDain, and .Miss Bertha Phl'llis, city, called and remembered us substantially during tho week. Mr. Jesso Felix, who Js attending tho Normal at Bowling Green, is visiting ro'atlvcs In Hartford tils week, and will soon return to his school work. Miss Margaret Joiner, who has been the guest of Miss Mary Marks, loft Monday for Owensboro where she will vlait before returning to her home in Madlsonvll'-c- . Sheriff-elec- t and Mrs. Sam Keewn have moved to Hartford from their homo near Heaver Dam, and have rented tho T. R. Barnard property on Washington street. L. Rushing Hunt and Miss Georgia Martin, of Rockport, wero married by Rev. B. W. Napier, in tho patfl-oof thp Commercial Hotel Sunday morning at 10 a. m. m m Hon. A. S. Bennett, secretary .of e, Republican State Central tho Ladies Rural Club. returned to Louisville MonTho Ladles Rural Club of the day, after spending several days with Washington neighborhood gave a derelatives In and near Hartford. lightful surprise supper to their husOlr. and Mrs. E. S. Howard re- bands and families Dec. 24, at Bro. turned Tuesday to their ihtiinc near S. F. "Wallace's. We have attended Beaver Dam, from Honderson, Ky., many gatherings and (banquets of whero they had been called on ac- different organizations, but this 'as count .of ethe death of Mrs. Howard's the- - nicest and most enjoyable afmother. , fair that we ever attended. The Club Mr. E. P. Mooro has purchased the certainly knows how to entertain In Interest of his father, .Mr. W. II. great style. Those present to enjoy Moore in tho Moore & Son meat this great feast were: market and grocery business on Main Wat. Lake and family. O. R. Tins- street and will continue the bust ley and family, J. C. Casteel and ncss at the same stand. wlfo and daughter, Isaac Shown and Send us $1.25 and receive tho Hart family, J. 11. Travis and family, T. ford Republican one year and the W. Lowe and family, G. P. Jones Womans World, Homo Life, Green's and family, Mrs. T. C. Trogden, Mrs. Fruit Grower and Farm Life, four Clss .Hoover, Miss Cora Troviden, splcendld monthly, magazines, cither Miss Cllffo iTlnley, Aliss Ettii Walono of them worth tho price. It we lace, Miss Jonia Jones, Miss G'ara rt do not soon hear from you you will Wallace; Messrs. Corbot l.ake, Tlnsley, Ronda Lake, Clyde Wat-lac- e, tf. hear from us. Rosal Lake, U lysses Trogden, Mr. Harshcl Ross, who has hceH Noatly Jones, Lee Johnson, Genthe efficient stenographer for Jude John B. Wilson for several months, eral Hoover. Tho ladles that do not belong to will retain that position when Judge Wilson becomes judge of tho county this Club, in our opinion, are misscourt and will be mado clerk of the ing something that is good, and we quarterly court. Mr. Ross will have would adviso them to get on. the once, for we bellevo it is an office in tho court house, and wl'd bo prepared to do outside steno- grand and noble. Tho writer not knowing tho workings of this order graphic work as well. and not eligible for membership wlU By special arrangemeiu, wp are. Ono Present. add no more. to offer tlio "Womans" World, Homo Life, Green's Fruit Grower Notice. and Farm Life, four splendid month Notice is hereby ghen that Uio ly magazines, together with Dno Company, a Oil years subscription to Tho Republic- West Kentucky corporation under the Jaws of the an, for $1.25. This holds good for either renewals, old subscriptions, or Commonwealth of Kentucky, has this 561 to new subscribers. You cannot af- day been dissolved under Section by the tf. of tho Kentucky Statutes ford to miss this bargain. written consent cf the. owners of a d daughter majority or Its capital stock. Tho Uttle of Mr. and Mrs. Will Co'.lns Jiving WEST KY. OIL COMPANY. South of Hartford, on the Beaver By Rowan Holbrook, Pros. Dam pike, had a narrow escape from December 20, 1913. death by fire Tuesday. l sonio way i her clothing became ignited from Owensboro Optical House. tho grate, aud but for tho timely Hartford, Ky., Nov. 1. I have used arrival of her mother, the little 'One would have been fatally burned. "lasses mado by It. C. Hardwlck's Sho was not In tho least Injured, al- Optician, Owensboro, Ky., to my enthough her clothing was completely tire satisfaction. His house and ma Mrs. Collins is suffering charred. chinery for makine lenses aro the from a severely burned hand, caused most complete In the State, and he by extinguishing the flames, and the burn required the attention of a phy- employs none but experienced work- sician, own, r C. M. BAUNETT. ie In another column wo print of dissolution of the West KenMttrder, Tiei Suicide. tucky Oil Co, A satisfactory arrangement has been mado between the The foWowlog is an account taken majority aud minority stockholders, from the Loulsvll'e Evening Post, a division of tho property Laving concerning weli known colored peo been made, the result will le two ple who were born and reared in companies and more rapd develop- Hartford, but who moved to Louis ment of the Ohio county field. The ville some aioatfea ao. minority stockholders will operate as "After shooting Julia SulUnger, col the Wevt. Kentucky Petroleum Com- ored, three tlnMa is the head, aad pany; and 4M other dlvWen wU) be body, - klWla aer alaioat iMKawy, eoatrolled by Saowdea Bros. TWs la Walter Salinger, a'so colored, riaflk- a very happy aolutfoa.to what some ed fcJa throat with a butaher katfe. asa appeared to be a daciger-ou- a WlU the' Uoed apsrting from tsve attuatoB, for, our oil fle'4 aa4 weuad la ala tares the negro dmak e bottle the ewrtsaVi rs Pushed beyond ovcry frontier, his' homo and his limiting grounds lost I to him, shut away from his buffalo and niitolopo, tho old Indian stands t at " o end of his journey. The cen- oratlon which is at the fore Is doing' sonieining, not much, with its tunltlcs. When the o!d Indian passes to tho spirit land, the younR men of tho plains wl'.l receo their heritage of land nnd bounty; (but from all present Indications they will do Itttlo with it, and a fow years will suffice to sec tho heritage dls- sliated and tho land purchased und built upon, cultUated and redeem- -' cd by tho white man. Tho Indian's remaining nro few, and they will soon be lost In the generations yet unborn. The plcturo is full of pathos. It Is liko the dead march In "Saul." It Is a long, long chapter from tho cordial welcome of the red man when Columbus landed to tho fated end of the red man mor than 400 years later, bu( tho end Is almost here. And now our only hope, If we Wish to keep the Indian Is to carve a statue of him In stone or mold his figure In bronze. Tho stupendous possibilities of th'e Indian, tho marvelous resources of the red man, the glittering possibilities of th.e. race, tho unconquerable vlrlHly of this typo of coir arc all shown by tho fact that civilization In its onward march, Invention with Its mighty pulse beats tho throbbing life of progress, all combined, have not yet been able to snutf out these first and real Americans! tout the day will soon dawn .wjien the last real North American Indian will bo folded In his banket and laid amid tho sighing branches of (the pines upon some lonely and desolate hll'xrest, whoso only dirge will be tho liquid notes of tho meadowiark. op-poi ";m YoU ANYTHING S'.l and ee. we are making Come PRJCES TfMT we: KNOW WILL INTEREST YOU. To THE ONE BIG BODY WHO QtE-STIo- WHICH EVERY- BUY-- ANYTHING WANT.S To KNOW CAN 1 BUY "1,5 THE PRICE AS LOW A I IT FOR?" WE DON'T WANT ANYBODY TO BUY THEIR GOOD TRoM US BECAUSE THEY LIKE U5, BlT BECAUJE J THEYLIKE OUR METHODS AND o U R. PRICEJJ BUYING 6ooD S A BUJINEJ TRANSACTION, AND WE MAKE IT A DOLLAR SAVINfj PROPOSITION FOR YOU To BUY FROM V&, ALL THE YEAR 'ROUND- u ... coru-mJtte- CARBON INCORPORATED. CO. - - r'--- . Hartford, Kentucky. V!VVgVVVVVV Hartford Qwktt MID-WINTl- R TERM BEGINS JANUARY 19, 1914 Ho-ba- A large Normal class will be organised. AJsa ne7 classes in High School work for those entering then. If you wish to prepare for Teachers' Examination, enroll in the Normal Department.' If you wish High School work, there will be classes to suit your needs. One of the best buildings in Western Kentucky steam heated, electric lighted, with all modern equipment. week. en-ab- tage of these opportunities. Good board for 3.00 to $3.50''per Be one of the many who will take advan- For catalog or further information, write H." E. BROWN, or A. E. ELLIS President V. President. three-year-ol- no-tc- of carboMc acid. Ho was removed to tho City Hospital, whore Jio died at 4 o'clock this morning. The tragedy occurred at 0 o'clock lust night in an alley between '"llurnett and MaSnoJla and Brook and First streets. Tho screams of tho woman and the rovolvcr ehots attracted pollco to the alley. The Fifth district machine was summoned and the man was takuu to thp hospital. The trouble arose over statements of tho man regarding alleged misconduct of the. woman," The bodies of tho man and woman were brought to Hartford yesterday on the IMC train by their relatives and burled In the Hytl co'-ored eTO!utf f M. A'- - ltd iff i! FAUGIIT, JWgr. HARTFORD,. KV Factory ReprtstHtativv fonffijhClraie Piaooi) Player aodnOrgm- Piaui ; 5 Ue all exarch aetleea except fee church erviees, a&4 also lor card of thanks. Is MeytlHg t&te mVe we are qaiy teiwdsrtae am pJaa a rvx a advance, art Mtflce. Horeafter, this paper wlU charge ceata per line for all obituaries, 5 LATEST SHEEWMUSIG.. eenta per Hue for ' WrH W,kc CaUlHwt iti rricw.:.lMr,F.ypiHf.. X mlt -- 'oX'R-'eoe-QUfto- ertootl aP..ta Xvky, u - f famw tho Mord ovep for hcrw ondcrfully delicious cakes. They DrlAAtnre Dmlnne ma Apa Maui ; nrc shipped to all jarta of the globe im.cu.oo iibuiiibo Tliof mv for 8nccnj affairs whero tho best Lost tO the World. of cakes are demanded. Mrs. Wilson hns tho distinction ot baking Christmas cakes for the presidents ,ln which sho uses Calu- ,inet Baking Powder. sl,c states: They Are the Envy and the Despair of "To have campleto sucrcss. with no Modern Artists, to Whom Their 'failures, care should Lo used In tho Composition It a Mystery-Gr- eek selection of UaUInf Powder." Fire and Roman Mortar. Ca'unict Is complimented with the Numerous lire the trndo secrets hnnd.'fonowl1g testimonial from her: rd down frenorntion by generation ..Some )tl0i tlmo af.0 i mado a from father to son, and vnst Is tho cnrcful Bl,ujy nn,i Investigation ot cnpltnl rondo out of somo of them In ,ho bakhlg ,)0wdcr subject and I feel tho commercial world of today. 'fully repaid. 1 am firmly convinced rnrUculnrly, perhaps, Is this tho case, from 11)e rwll,ts ! ,iavo reccucj that among the numerous uiitiiuf.icttircn of i , 1)owder to no b K, piquant sauces and the couutless vend- - ft,unMl wiwrVBonioncM and cc- f,r of patent medicines. Hnt there Is nKo. It must bo remciii-- , owom, and I also recommend nnother side to tho case. Many, met Baking Powder for its never alas, are the priceless trade secrets facing icsults." burled far down below the molderlng Calumet also received tho Hlffhest dust of the misty past and lost to tho Awards at tho World's Pure Pood Ex world, perchance never again to be re-- 1 position, Chicago; Grand Prlzo and covered. Gold Paris Exposition. 1012. To cite the first example that occurs w, ,thout a Uoubt' ,roJ to the mind of the writer, for Instance, i rI,ls and very gratifying to the j Interesting what would a Itoynl academician of tho present day give to be possessed of tho friends nad customers of Calumet Bak g secret held by the old masters Powder. It has a ways becn jdinel. Rubens, Corregglo Vnu Dyck found that Calumet Is economical to, unu wieir compeers tor mixing mcir usei colors so as to render them Imperlsh able and Impervious to tho ravage of An Ideal Woman's Laxative. time? " Who wants to take salts, or castor The red colors especially of theo orilsts of a bygono epoch are every oil, when there Is nothing better than whit as bright now as they were Dr. King's New Life PIl's for all three long centuries ago. On the bowel troubles. They act p ntly and contrary, tho colors of pictures paint- natura'Iy on the stomach .ind Hvor, ed only 100 years ago have lost their stimulate and roculato our bowels luster and me faded and decayed to and tone up the entire stem. Price, a deplorable extent JI. E. Bucklen Again, In tho world of music, the 25c. At a'l Druggists. manufacturers of violins old masters, &. Co., Philadelphiam or St. Louis. m as one may Justifiably term them, in another branch of art treasured a Sheriff's Sale. recipe for n varnish that sank Into the By virtue of execution No. 618 diwood of their Incomparable Instru- rected to me, nhich issued from the ments and mellowed It as well as preclerk's office of tho Ohio Circuit served It With such extreme, relentless Jeal Court, in fai or of T. II. Wallace ousy, however, did they gunid their against .A L. Stevens for $15G.SG and great secret that It too. Is lost, to all CO cts. cost, I, or one of my deputies, appearances, Irretilevably. will on .Vonday tho 5th day of JanuJlather more than 100 years ngo ary, 19H, between tlus hours of 1 ithere lived In a quaint, old world vil- o'clock p. m. and 4 o'clock p. in., at lage in Wales a working blacksmith the Courthouse door in Hartford, Ohio who had managed by some means or county, Kontucky, expose to public! other to bring the welding of steel to sale, to the highest bidder, the follow-- ; uch a pitch of perfection that the Ing described property, (or so much' Joint was absolutely Invisible and ttie;.. i . temper of the steel as fine as on the thcreof as ma" be necessary to - 4'Z !Ji'f the tolt(r'e ''nnjL lb'9ty th0 l,la,nUfrs dobt interest and t: imxressTe vfai'able to 'join ttio VIy cst). nest of sword blades, nnd after he "Three tracts of land in Ohio coun-- j ty, Kentucky, on and near the watc" Asd finished with them they wore as good nnd as sound ns when of Rough river: One tract couvcjtd to 4hey had left the factory. Daniel Parks by Gcorpc Jiadison "by! Tho blacksmith's fame fimcad far deed of record in 0i'.o touuty Clerk's and wide, and, naturally enftugh, ho at- office In i. Lojk "P" page 383. tained a great reputation, but he made Another trrctelconveyed by S. L. Hawa point of Invariably working in Ho was offered large and tempt- kins and wife to Peter Parks by deed ing sums to divulge his secret, but of record in said office in deed book kept It obstinately to himself, and "P" page 386, which was willed, by when his span of life had run its Peter Parks to Danlol Parks by will ouree bo took it with him to another of record In Ohio County Clerk's ofworld. fice. Another tract conveyed to DanThe ancient Greeks had n subRtance iel Parks by Chas. Alexander by deed rbieh we call Greek Ore nnd which of record in Ohio County Clerk's of4bey used In naval warfare. fice in deed book "G" page 84. Said Their method of employing It was utapljr this to throw tho substance upon the surface of tho water, where it flamedup and set fire to tho ships V of theenemy. What was it? --The only known substance of the present day that would do this Is the metal potassium, but to set fire to a eblp In the manner described would necessitate the use of at least half a ton of tho metal. Where did the Jreels obtain the substance they used with such effect? Or how did they make It? If Greek fire wns potassium the secret of the process Is another that must be numbered with the lost The man who could disinter the If You Have buried recipe for Roman mortar would Until be bowed down to nnd worshiped by the builders of the present day. now they made it is n profound secret and bids fair to remain so. .The mortar Is as firm now ns it was 2,000 yenr.s ago. It has calmly scoffed at the ravages of time and weather. The above are but a few a very few of tho lost nnd bulled secret of A antiquity which modem hclontlsts nnd mechanicians would give much to learn. London Answers. MllhirilT ANuIlNI dtunblOll 'Testimonial From High Authority, tracts containing I Mr U. ,8 I. Witoon of Na.hvl.lo. ftinBnpTMrntniiTrn j Calu-bero- d, , Mr-da- Ra-in- m acroa more or a beech on Kounh river; thence up land convoy to said river with Its meanders to tho Ohio County Maxwell by deed of rccor, Oho beginning, containing CO acres moro Jn book or less." County Clerk's office In Circuit Court T. P. Dlrkhcad, No. 3, page 423 from A. L. Morton ( Said land levied and subject to a Judge; Bon D. lllngo, Attorney; W. and wife. Said land then bolng con-- ; niorlf ago of $2,000.00 held by tho P. .Mldkllf, Jailer; E. O. Uarrass, veyed by W. E. Maxwell and wlfo'ltank of Hartford, mortgage- In the Clerk; E. E.II.Dlrkhcad, Master Commissioner; T. Collins. Trusteo , held by E. G. Uarrass to Mrs. L. M. Stevens, A. I. Stov- - sm i of $ Jury Fund: f 11. IJInek, Sheriff, , held by tho Hartford. ens and V. N. Stevens on Orlohcr and lncrtcaPe of $ Deputies S. O. Kcown, tho 11th, 1SS7, by deed of record In Mrst National Uank of Hartford, Ky Beaver Dam; Q. V. Jones, Itouto C, Said sale, to bo mado on a credit Hartford; W. U. Earp. lloslno. Court Ohio County Clerk's office In ,lul No. 7, pae 4SS. Said land :lu,. of s'x mouLhs, bond ,lth look thrco weeks: third convejed by .Mrs. L. M. Stooiis to security required, bearing Interest at Monday In April, two weeks; third A. L. and W. N. Stevens, Jin tuo tho rnto of C per cent annum from tho Monday in October two weeks. County Court It. It. Wedding, 11 tli, 1905, by deed of record Jn Ohio day of the Kilo and having tho force Judge; W. S. Tlnslcy, Clerk; C. U. book and effect of a replevin bond. County CJcrk's offlco In Smith, Attorney, Hartford. Court No. 31, page CO. Said land then conT. II. BLACK, S. O. C. com ones (list .Monday hi each veyed by N. SteveiiS to A. t,. month , Did vnu litiniv tlinf Pnlnmnl la Quarterly Court Dcclna on the Stevens by tfeed of record in Ohio Mcrcury and that lta mercur0lI8 fourth Monday In February, May, book No.;fec,8 w Clerk's office in whl,0 August and November. njn the BVBt01Ui 31, page 182. Exceprlns 50 acres f rom Gr(r8by-Court of Claims Convenes first Is purely veg- - ,n , p. Tuesday In January and first TuesUUS S.T.IO OOU11UW OS 'viiunn. ujfctu- ... n.l rnl. 1m, 'V" ,..,, pcr- - day In October. ww ....i. . '"l" nlng at a sugar fr o and Beech on feet safot ? Ask J. II. Wllllams, Other County Officers C. S. Mox-lcthe bank of Roi'fch river corner to Hartford, Ky. IDiy Survejor, Kordsvllle, Ky., It. " Mrs. Yelser farm; thence S. 34 W. F. D. X'O. -- ; Ttorn.ird- - -- . ""-- Pnllv A nana. corner of the Armet 207 poles t otlic jsor, namoru, Ky., it. y, d. No. -- ; Hoary heath. Superintendent, llnrt- farm In Mr. Yelser's line; thence ford, Dr. A. U. Ulley, Coroner. 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Jackson, Ccntertoun, Saturday after 3rd Monday in March, This offico is equipped for handSaturday after 3rd .Monday In June, Saturday after 3rd Monday in Sep- ling Commercial Law nnd Collection-Itemas well us other legal and liti tember, Saturday after 3rd Monday I l- lu Decern tier. ARTHUR KIRK s I AM PREPARED ry work. cows need not die Calls attention. Horses, mules and for want of answered -- Maasa ttnJontanol. tkaio rates are by emir, and not thnwth carrier or agoaU OFFER: all RoaaHHHaa soil-ifld- e. Pi! 11 Bally EToal Pest, one year KentmckrCneraeVaWaUCaart .. .. ., o ..s.iinn i TSXi avfiBm: $3.00 . $3.30 ALL THREE FOR - - - l& i.nc?i sSr K ib -BBSi i a. nm saaa . oan.ioTBaVlifonBWJBnBnBMM avaBaBaBaBaBaBaBaoi VH. W. tfomtWaBBoWa?! When Your Blood is Right, Your Whole System is Right. any Blood or Skin Disease Do Not Delay It Is too, Late but Order TO-DAY! t --- " THE HOT SPRINGS REMED"? Complete and Positive Remedy for That Held Him. One of the young men In the boarding house liad the double fault of slowness In paying his bill nnd fussluess about the table scnlco. Ono morning lie said iicevlhhly to the landlady, "Mrs. Jones, will you tell me why my napkin Is so damp?" "Yes. Mr. wicks," replied the landlady promptly. "It's lieentiFo there Is ro much duo on your hoard." Iirook-ty- u Times. Close. "Vou say he Is stingy?" t And All Other Forms of Blood and Skin Diseases. . FLHEUMiLTISM Singles Bottles, $5,00 Hot Springs Physicians Pronounce this tho Greatest Blood and Skin Remedy Ever Placed on the Market. P01I "Stingy! I should say he was stingy. Ce never tipped n waiter but once In Ills life. It was on his wedding tour, and the tightwad gavo tho waiter 10 o cents nnd asked for a receipt" Tribune. Chi-oig- Course Treatment, Six Bottles, $18,00, WE PREPARE A REMEDY FOR EVERY DISEASE. Our Treatment for Female Ills is the Greatest Offered Suffering Women. of Its Kind Ever Authoritative. "So you are going to lenvo your studio?" "I.eave? No. Who told you so?" "Your landlord."-PhIladelp- hla (' : T Write Us Your Troubles. All Correspondence Strictly Private. Tho most Important nttrlbute of man ns n moral being Is the faculty of elf control. HOT SPRINGS MEDICINE CO. HOT SPRINGS. ARK. '' 'a v.. lv (l' 803'l-'2;Cent.rarAV- : e. I -- . u. .... lauvu, iuwjii, rnuuy auer 2nd Monday in March, Friday after Veterinary Surgeon 2nd Monday In May, Friday after 3rd m Kv. Monday In August, Friday after 2nd v Monday in November. HARTFORD POLICE COURT. C. M. Crowe. Judge; John II. WilVi. son, City Attorney; J. V. Stovens, Marshal; Court comenes second MonBEwma day In each month. City Council 4, H. Williams, Mayor; It. T. Collins. Clerk; E. P. ThomOF as, Treasurer. Members of Council QUAUTY) Robert Hoover, P. B. Taylor. J. 11. U. Carson, E. P. Moore, Fred Cooper, W. J. Dean. NOT School Trustees Dr. E. B. Pendleton, Chairman; W. 11. Barnes, SecreSOLD tary; Dr. J. W. Taylor, W. S. Tlnsley UNDER and J. D. Duke. ANY OTHER RELIOIOUS SERVICES. name; ,M. E. Church, South Services morning and evening ovcry first and third Sunday in each month. SunWARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. day school 9M5 a. in. Prayer meeting every Wednesday ocning. Rev. If you purobano tlio NKW 110MK you rll havu a Ufa aucl at the price you pay, and wilt Savllle. pastor. Baptist Church Services morning notliavoanendlcmoliulnofrcpalr. and evening ovcry second and fourth Sunday In each month. Sunday school Quality 9M5 a. in. Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening. Ilev. English, pastor. G)n$idact Christian Church Services every it is the fourth Sunday nt 11 a. m. and 7. p. m. Sunday school 9:30 a. m. Elder W. Cheapest D. Wright pastor. Cumberland Prcsbterlan Church-Sun- day in the end school every Sunday at 9:45 In hi IV. a. in. " '" In- SECRET SOCIETIES. If you vrnntaiowlnemachliip, write fori Hartford Lodgo No. 073, F. and A. M. meets ovcry first Monday night our lntnt catalogue before you purcbuec. In each month. M. U. Heavrln, W. The Nay Home Sewing Machine Co., Orange, Mass.1 M.; Owen Hunter. Secretary. Hartford Chapter No. 84 O. U. .S. meets every second and fourth Monday evenings. Miss Anna J. Patton, W. JI.; Jas. H. Williams, W. D.; Miss Elizabeth Miller, Secretary. Bl'CKBCE'S SEEDS SUCCEED I Rough River Lodge No. 110 Knights SPECIAL OFFER of Pythias meets every Tuesday evenrM4. to b.lU Xav.Rulniti AtrlalwUl ing. W. F. Anderson, C. C; J. Noy m&ke tou our Mruunent cuitomer. Foster, K. of R. & 3. PllK CHvtQ ,',.uh:r.rWL"i. Hartford Tent No. 9D, K. O. T. M. li.lk.-- U Tanttlrt lo 11. meets every first and third Thursday I UMi 19 tfl't-i'rl- ' bUAM4J1lbr.ll AU 1'I.EABK. nights. R. T. Collins. Commander; Write Mention this Paper. h. P. Foreman, Record Keeper. WAiAAlVWAVAlMVMAAWWW1 Acme Lodgo No. 339 I. O. O. F. SEND 10 CENTS meets every second and fourth Frilo mtw pout, uj ui l. n4 ikU tUM. day nights lu each month. C. M. Burl IHWIM VI Mrs. w.ibbi wim rar big V Hm.iM.1 miNfllHr Vint BmIi, J nett, Noblo Orand; W. R. Hcdrlck. ft UXrulI.e. Uh R1 wll .1 MMit, rU.U. tic a MlU U .tool Secictary. H. W. Mkn,1 Hartford t'anip No. 202 W. O. W. meets ecry second and fourth Saturday nights in each month. Leslie Bennett, Council Commander; W. C. Wallace, Clerk. Sunshine Illvo No. A2, L. O. T. M., meets every first and third Friday nights In each mouth. Mrs. Attjo Griffin, Lady Commander; Mrs. Lula Pendleton, I.ady Record Keeper. Kejstono Chapter No.. 110, R. A. M., meets every third Saturday night In each month. John T. Moore High Priest: W. 8. Tinaloy, Secretary. AMERICAN SOCIETY OF EQUTV. National Officers President, Ira M. j. Chryst, Hudson. Wis.; V. Presi MtCAU. rATTEMNslnrf c. .r tt.i. a. Celebrate.! f.ir . dent, S. B. Robertson, Calhoun, Ky.; Pi, rtlltblltjF nearlyi. 40 years, bold in liearlr and secretary & Treas., u Q. Tank, wau. I fl jjery cityor by town lu lli UnlltJ SuUt ani Carudi. mall direct. Moro oM thaaf SSLU VIs muj vi.ki ia.it, oeiiu ior iico ctuioruc, State Officers President. J. II. MeCAIX'S MAGAZINE Princeton, Ky.; VIco Presillorfl aubftrrlher. Ili.n anw All... .Lt.. on month. Invaluable. Lit, dent, J. II. Burney, Muhlenberg Co.; & Treas., S. B. Robertson, (magaalna-mllll- paltcrm, dietuiiaklnff, jnllllneryi Secretary needlework, hAiiittMtrl i Calhoun, Ky.; Organizer, T. 11. pood alorlea, etc, Onlv to tenia V double), Includlni; i free patter- n- ?, rj Ky. Hartford, ubicrrvb todar. or lend lor Um Members State Executive Board-B- en trVANttJFBriir. IHUirrunrrs laumle osm- . . .. j ."t.. I..O. Watson, Webster county; J. W. t'oitai brlnet premium cataloguer iogtni. county; Henry Plrtle, I and new ciih nriia oflera. Addm. Dunn, Daviess Ohio county; IS. I. Ray. Vlardln coun Ml McCiU CO. 3NUMW.mkSt. MW v i... It. r(., day or nisht. W.- - H. RILEY rar Hnrtfnrtl. NEW s HOME SEEDS to-da- y; i.l. k wioW.Li m : Bal-nial- n, I IJ. - jrter V ,.wJ-f- c " n EVERY KNEE SHALL RED TAPE AND 'A TUB."" Children Cry for Fletcher's BOW AT JESUS' NAME disiis thi Center of God's Fa- vors For Church and World. Tho Kind Yon llnvo Always Bortght, and which lias been Jn uso for over SO years, lias bornotho slgnaturo of - and lias heen mado under his per 'JfrfjM- - sonal supervision slnco Us infancy. CCCCA4M' Allow no ono to deceive you in thh. " nro but All Counterfeits, Imitations and " .Experiments that trlflo with nnd endanger tho IicpIUi of Infants nnd Children Experiences against Experiment. -- Th Just-ns-go- od Cnstorla is a harmless snhstituto for Castor Oil Pare gorlc, Drops nnd Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. 16 contains neither Opium, Morphino nor other 'nrcot!o substance. Its ago is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Fovcrlshncss. For moro than thirty years it lias been in constant uso for tho relief of. Constipation Plntulcncy. Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and Diarrhoea. It regulates tho Stomach nnd Bowels, .assimilates tho Food, giving healthy nnd natural sleep. Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend What is CASTORIA Foundation of All BUttlngs Wat Laid at Calvary God'a Favor to th Elect Began at Pentocoit It Will Culminate at Jesus' Second Coming. Then Will Begin the Blessing of the Non-EleChrist and the Church Will Reign a Thousand Years A Royal Priesthood For tho Restoration, of the World to Human Perfection. Wilfully Wicked De Destroyed. Plil!iii1c!liln.i'it.. Dec. J.3. It II 8 H L I fcBmmmVpgBfl Pastor I 8pol(0 BLbbbbvI 'jbV'm bbbI GENUINE CASTORIA FBears the Signature of ALWAYS The Kind You Have Always Bought In Uh for Over 30 Years thc tt ubt rrwtrr. cwn-au- a S3ii7 coshvwt. new towk cFtt. sassgsssssssssssssg LOUISVILLE Poultry Supply Co. 305 East Market Street 'np Mi LOUISVILLE, KY. 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" fc " tYi fmm m KMBininuiwn. b. w. vaitth tr, pwwwH., ffmfgmmtlQ I oi pauun'4iij.'iidfiUa'iuu3 lui ll iia.ualiiianib'DAi.Ml&juui'i UllUM fUJojd m)jiu q pa iuni bnj u xcmm-Jte PiX tnntip on tit. f9 qiool U0I1I3HM f 7 Our en reless rend-liiof this nsnj;e, said the Puttor. IfftSTOfLglJSSEtL! led Home to us- sumo thnt the bowlns of the knee nnd the confession of the tongue will bo n mere formality, wh'le hearts nre still in rebellion. A careful rending, however, notes thnt these acts will be to the Klory of Cod. This Insures n genuine adoration; for the Muster declared thnt tho Father seeketh only such as worship In spirit and In truth. St Paul quotes this text, nnd adds thnt It Includes things In Heaven as well us on eurlh, In other words, thc great work which Jesus, as the Father's Representative, will yet accomplish, will bring Htm fame, glory and bom-ag- o amongst angels nnd men. Sufferings First and Qlory Afterward. ORIGIN OF QUARANTINE. The Pastor theii reminded his audience that comparatively few knees bow and tongues yet confess on earth, al- Dr. Richard Mead's Action During the Plague of 1721. though Jesus has been highly exalted In Heaven. lie declared that It seems To Dr. Richard Mead, who wns In necessary for God's people to realize consultation at the deathbed of Queen thnt much confusion and error exist, ' Anne nnd became physician to George and to feel heartily ashamed of our un- I., was due the credit of having first reasonable conclusions human creeds. 'established tpiuruutlue. In 1721. when the plague ravaged Tho central teaching of the Biblo Is that Jesus' death was necessary as Marseilles and Its contagious origin man's Redemptlou'-prlce- . This Is clear- 'was discredited. Dr. Mead declared the ' ly set forth by the Apostles, as well as plague to be "a contagious distemper," land n quarantine was enjoined. Ho by the types of tho Law. 3cofT at the thought also proposed a system of medical poTho worldly-wis- e thnt thc shedding of blood is necessary lice, which finds Its counterpart In the to man's forgiveness and the rolling health officers of today. It was he away of tho curse. Shedding of blood 'who declared. "As mistiness Is a great Is merely another way of saying sacri- 'source of Infection, so cleanliness is ficial death. The. Bible assures us thnt th, greatest preventntlve." -the sentence. "Dying, thou shhlt die," I He-It was who said wns plnced upon Father Adam because 'ngo: "If there be any Contnglous DIs of disobedience, nnd that by heredity It temper In' the Ship the Sound men hns come down to us his legacy of should leave their Clonths. which evil, sorrow, weakness, alienation from 'should be burnt, the men wnshed nnd I shaved nnd. having fresh Clonths. God. denth. Tho Pnstor demonstrated that tho 'should stay in Lazaretto thnt Is. Supreme Judge of tho Universe could 'quarantine thirty to forty days The not set aside thc denth sentence of His reason for tills Is because Persons may own Court, nnd yet be just. There be recovered from n Disease themcan bo no forgiveness of Original Sin. selves nnd yet retain mntter of Infecnnd no opportunity for life everlasting tion nlsmt them ti considerable time." In practice Mend was without a riexcept by it redemption u payment of tho origlnnl pennlty. Here we sec o val, his receipts averaging for several Wisdom and Mercy. God provid- yenrs tietween (5.000 and 7.000. an ed that Adam nl.one should be on trial enormous sum In relation to the value money nt thnt period. He possessed nnd only be sentenced. Thus of a rare taste for collecting. But bis He prepnred the way for redemption were, that ns by it man came death, by a books, his statues, bis medals,lelsurp. Mnn also should come tho resurrection not to amuse only bis own The humble student, the unrecom-mende- d from the dend. foreigner, the poor Inquirer, Not tho Father, but tho 8on, Died. derived as much enjoyment from these Then the Pnstor showed conclusively treasures ns their owner. At his table from Scripture thnt tho Heavenly Fa- might be seen the most eminent men ther did not compel the Son to die for of the age. Pope was a ready guest us: but that Ho presented His Plun and the delicate poet was sure to be to the Son. and the Sou voluntarily regaled with bis favorite dish of curried out the work. Nor was this sweetbreads. contract without reward. St. Paul assures us that for tho Joy set before Matthew Arnold and the Qirls. Him. Jesus endured the cross, despis Of Matthew Arnold as a school exing the shame, and Is set down nt aminer a tale Is told by a fellow InGod's right hand. spector of a class of girl pupil teachers The speaker next showed thnt the that he asked Arnold to examine for Logos, the Son, n spirit being, could him. Arnold gave them nil the excelbecomo man's Redeemer only by be- lent mark. coming n tnnn "the Mnn Christ Jesus, "But." said tho other Inspector, who gave Himself a Ransom for till." "surely they nre not all ns good us they Tho Greek word anltlutron, ransom, enn be. Some must bo better than othsignifies n corresponding price. Bulls ers." nnd goats could not be a corresponding "Perhaps ttnt Is so." replied Arnold. price; neither could angels, nor even "Rut thee, you sen. they are all such tho Logos Himself: for they were not very nice girls." on tho satno piano of being. Thus the Scriptures explain that it was necesProfessionally Considered. sary for the Logos to become a Man. In "The Declaration of Independence Is order to effect a Ransom for Adam. a wonderful document," said the patriTho Pastor then pointed out tho folly otic citizen. of Christians who delude themselves "Yes," replied the legnl expert "It's Into thinking thnt the whole world one of the ablest documents 1 oversaw has had a blessing through Christ ever And the most remarkable thing Is tbut since He died, nnd thnt the millions with all the ability It represents, nothnt died Itefore He tasted death for body appears to have received n cent every man have also been Messed. for drawing It up." Washington Star. None but the Church class thus far have received n hlesslnu from Jesus, Present Troubles. nud so the RcrlpttucK point out "Ah. pretty lady," said the fortune teller, "you wlsli to be told about your "The Election Hath Obtained It." Next the Pnstor declined (hut the future husband?" "Not much," replied Mrs. Galley. key to the mntter Is found In Itomans 11. There St. Paul draws iitlmitlou to "I've come, to learn where my present the fact thnt in i ejecting Jesus. Israel tasbHnd Is when he's absent" Phila rejected Ood'H chtefot burning, hut delphia Press are "still beloved for the fathers' Turning the phrase. sake." He says. "The Klcclloii hath "They imed to mil him a bonenead." obtained It. nnd the H"t were blinded,'' "Thnt was" before he succeeded." This elect class arc to constitute the "Yes. Now thoy express It differentMessianic Kingdom class. That Kingdom, Invisible to men. jet nil iwnverfitl ly. They cull hfm h man of bard, solid, In their mldxt. will Inliix lo p.ib till the sense," Washington star. glorious promlhes of the lllhle. The I Distantly Related. rimes of Restitution will turn tint "Say, Isn't. SwuhIIh. thv bnnker, a earth Into u panidNe. nnd bring mankind hack Into the Imaue and likeness relative of yours?" 1.UUO,00( "Yes: he's a enitsln-nho- ut if God. lost In Udell, restored by Tribune. removed. Ii.-is ncarly-200-yen- HI ' bbbV twice IiL'io today. Wo report his discourse from tlio text. " L'nlo .Mo every knee Rlinll how, every tongue. hIkiII Ls.iliili swenr." lo:2X Bath In Senegal Was Something Like a 8urglcal Operation. Some years ago. when the capital of the French colony of Senegal wns a dull, uuprogrcsslve town where ofllclnl-Isnnd red tape prevailed, a French traveler, with n friend, had a most amusing experience when he wished t obtain a bath There was no bathing establishment In the cnpltal of Senegal at the time, hut rumor had It thnt It was possible to purchase baths at the hospital Accordingly the travelers repaired to the hospital, where they stated tho purpose of their visit. "Certainly," said tho ofllclal, "tnko scats. Your names, surnames und birthplace?" "But we merely want n bath." "Rxnctly , What is your nnme. nnd where and when were you born, nnd nre .you goteruinent servants, soldiers or olllcers? No? Well, the rules do not provide for this. Just u moment I will rend them again. Yes. here Is your enso. You must first make out on stamped paper tin application to thc governor of the colony. After favorable notice from the governor yon send another application to the chief colonial, doctor, who will send for you and examine you.' """ "But we urij'not 111" "It Is the rule. 'Having examined you. the doctor will give you two noncommissioned olllcers' bath tickets, to be delivered to the assistant doctor." "Why the noncommissioned olllcers' bath?" "For the reason that In wo recognize only two cntegorles of persons olllcers nnd civil servnnts, the Intter tnklng rank with officers br petty olllcers, You are not official nt nil If officers were to tlnd you In their baths they would probably make a row." "Whnt period of time will all these formalities consume?" "Two or three days, provided your application I approved nt the government house." Chicago Record Herald. A HUSBAND RESCUED DESPAIRING WIFE After Fw Yean tf Dfetmgkf I fl9ft jrsili.M .. KViiiii du m hi..I nHk ff 1 IUUIU ..i.tj ..,. .BHBBBf nut CeMlktMH, Mr. Baleck Cart and I gave up in despair. Vfimdtffk. HisUtti Case te Reacae. At last, my husband got me a bottle of Cardui, the woman's tonic, and I com menced taking it. From the very fkst it was helping me, now walk two miles without Ha Catron, Ky. In an interesting letter tiring me, and am doing all my work." If you are all run down from womaaff from this place, Mrs. Bettle Bullock writes as follows : "I suffered for four troubles, don't give up in despair. Try years, with womanly troubles, and during Cardui, the woman's tonic. It has helped could.only sit up for a little more than a million women, in its 50 while, and could not walk anywhere at years oi continuous success, and should alt. At times, I would have severe pains surely help you, too. Your druggist baa sold Cardui for years. He knows what in my left side. this time, 1 dose, I could tell The doctor was called in, and his treat- it will do. Ask him. He will recoat ment relieved me for a while, but 1 was mend it Begin taking Cardui today. Write lo: ladles" soon confined to my bed again. After Advisory ,Dept., Chattanooga Mtilclne Co., Special" Chattanooga. Tcnn., for UUUK) int wvv.wih fimi that, nothing seemed to do me any good. Treataunt for Women." tent la slain wrapper, aevtaiej 14m JAMES &CO Pirst Class Liverymen Centertown, Kentucky. Prompt Attention and Good Service. TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, OUR CLUBBING RATES, fl.SC Thb Republican and Louisville Herald 1.75 The Reptblican and St. Louis '.;. 1.60 The Republican and Home and Farm Inquirer 1.75 The Republican and 3.60 The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald 3.50 The .republican ana uany uwensooro inquirer.,'. k O'boro Messenger 1.76 The Republican and 1.75 The Republican and Kentucky Farmer The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. 1.30 1.60 The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer The Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Tanner 1.50 Globe-Democrat Twice-a-WeekOwensbo-ro Twice-a-Wee- Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN- BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBMBBeB . W YOUR Letter Heads Bill Heads bbV : And Noteheads Envelopes Statements Cards other printed forms are given - Special- Attention In The Republican s i Job Department. Who Has the Lucky Number? I 3173 GET THE BARREL OF OLD QUALITY rji lb will give the cash if .the one drawing this number would prefer it. Bring it in and take your VllvJV'Vt ar ... wo I t tD Ir D Ht TA IIP A CTbTD i LU. LAlltAO 1 JLVK Q fA Distributors of riEMER 3i0 w- - Thlrd Straot Owwwfeere, Ky. OLD W. S. STONE 1UKE OLD QUALITY s VF n if 5 I A-w- NO. 18 EAST FORDSVlLLE. Crowe, S. II., 67 a 4.85 By virtue of taxes due me, tho Duvall, J. W 8t a 4.96 7.54 Sheriff of Ohio county, Kontucky, Head, 11. J., 40 a r ,.. 2.23 25 .a I will on the first .Monday In Janu Hood, M. B ary, January'5, IS'14", oxposo at public Rhshcr, G. R.,,2la 6.37 G.14 sale at the Court houso door In Hart- Wells, J. D., 48 a NO. 19 WEST FOADSVILLB. ford, Kentucky, between tho hours 20.62 of 10 a. m. and 2 p. m. tho following Whltlcr, C. H., 106 a lands or so much thereof as may bo to the grocer all NO. 20 AETNAVILLE. necessary to produco the sums re- Ford, P. A 20.61 sent you for quired, viz: Morris, C. D 2 town lota.... 5.30 subNO. 1 EAST HARTFORD. is ing Powder. Wllloushbv. Ii 1 town lot.... 4.96 9.85 Sullcnger, C. B., S n NO. 21 SHREVE. for ROYAL. Royal is pure, Schroadcr, N. A., 30 a Key, D. S., 23 a 6.05 Schroadcr, N. A., 10 a baking of 0.92 Osborne, Jas. A., 20 a 2 13.62 Schroadcr N. A., 17 a.... 2.29 Obfcncham, Ruth, 49 a sub103.64 liealthful. Powders offered Stevens, A. L 383 n NO. 22 OLATON. 3.15 Schroader, E., 1 town lot.... from alum. stitutes 10.5G Bean, .Mrs. A. L. by C. D. Uean Waddel), H., 30 a 258 a 33.30 NO WEST HARTFORD. 9.3C Ford, E. B., 25 a 2.70 1 town lot Daniel, J. A., 8.81 Johnson, Jcsso R., 36 u Johnson, Mrs. Amanda, 1 lot 1.28 Miller, 1S.20 J. M., 130 n 4.80 1 town lot King, D. W., Mitchell, Arthur, 1 town lot.. C.36 ls stirred up In tho wrong way. The SMUGGLERS HAVE MANY children read of vice and crime. The Patterson, Mrs. M. E., 1 town 4.33 Self, A., 3 a 7.6S lot 6.56 Wilson, E. E., 25 a mother Is set agos for town finery 10.47 Young, Jim, 75 a TRICKS FOR CUSTOMS and discouraged In her home duties. Bartlett, C. NO. 3 2GBEDA. C.C0 II., a NO. 23 BUFORD. Tho father is flltd with prejudice 1G5 a Dodson, Mrs. L. V., 10 a.... 2.51 notions. The home Is Hoover, L. C, and false 19.20 Efdson, C. J., 100 Hoover, L. C, 5 a 16.87 a poisoned. 16.C0 Mayfield W. 11., 145 a Used By WeaOdd Ruses 12.71 home with a good newspaper Leach, E. J., 120 a The McCormlck, B. F. and H., 200 8.75 Smith, Mrs. Savlllc, 37 a has a Bchoolliouse and a church and lthy People To Evade Pay39.42 acres NO. 21 BARTLETTS. an entertainment hall by its own 6.60 Ev-'- y, Nelson, T. H 58 a Mrs. Mary A., 20 a.... 1.40 fireside. ing Duty. 4.9, Park, Jno. H., 15 a 7.36 Funk, U. T., GO a 4.95 Wcstcrflcld, Mrs. Mamie, 52 a 2.30 Travis, N. 0 20 a Remnants. NO. 4 SULPHUR SPRINGS. NO. 25 HEFLIN. Toll! When you are dead Fine Woolen Dress Goods, Silks Ashby, O. L. and H. M., 30 19.19 Bradsh"W, W. C. 80 a am itatt you wlpi lace." materand all kinds of bright new G.22 Easton, Albert, 50 a 6.91 acres ornithologist's mistake ials, In serviceable lengths, at strictA famous 5.60 Hefner, James 69 a 14.86 jKaJdtig aloud to a parrot lie had ly bargain prices. REMNANT STORE, Ashby, H..M., 13 a 5.75 Loyd, Jarrett, 30 a 4.96 Autry, Jno. F., 33 a jsoaefcased and the clever bird's ta'k-ali- c 213 Allen Street, Owensboro, ICy. 7.50 Crltser, H. F., 41 a NO. 27 POINT PLEASANT. mood when customs officers 9.8S Miller, S. A. (N. R.) 115 at. 20.3S Dalton, Elmer, 80 a wane .passing upon tho savan't valu-a3Portraits of Kentucky Gouernors FItzhugh, James. 120 a 22.45 Wright, W. H., 11 a 7.96 collection of stuffed birds led 4.30 King, F. S., 1 a NO. 28 NARROWS. Free! . .!Uvb discovery that the "stuffed S.80 21.59 Miller, J. E., 63 a .bxife'' were conveyors of dutiable An opportunity to secure tho lat Peach, A. J., 6 a 4.30 Cook, Mrs. Jull- 70 a. 8.75 cau de colgne. JRaruiand map of Kentucky and est 14.00 Foreman, 8.S5 E. D., 65 a Mrd .Boston customhouse officials historical Review of Kentucky from Wright. Jas. H., 124 a 12.40 Harrison, Alex, 1 town lot.. 5.52 Wright. J. H., 88 a this Is only typical of the xsa& ,liat its foundation to the present time, r 3.20 NO. 5 MAGAN. Harrison, Noasant, 67 a.... 1x0.07 original schemes employed to also the pictures of all Kentucky's Baughn, C. B 20 A 22.07 Klrby, E. G., 6 a liaylnff duty on foreign goods Governors, Free of charge with The Baushn, C. B 150 a 8.77 Balrd, Loyd, 26 5.62 a tended Into this country. Hartfcrd Republican. 5.33 Sanders, A. E 6.91 Crowe, T. H., 50 a a JfiMMU'cd and clever men are the This great chart contains all of Hlnes, A. G., 98 a 10.81 Wlllctt, J. E.,14 a 4.65 .sarlomhouse Inspectors. It was only tho following: ' 7.50 Hamilton, J. II., 73 a NO. 29 RALPH. uroco'et caso that led to aaf&ijny Map of Kentucky, 3 feet wide and Mldklff, C. P., 95 a ,.... 16.44 Clark, W. W., 150 a 6.27 .fits iSelcniion a few days ago of 4 feet long. Did you ever know ol 3.60 Evans, C. M 126 a 4.00 Aster's cousin, Mrs. Oriswold a larger or better map bolng offer- 3. C. Mldklff, 1 lot 6.S6 Fuqua, R. B., 180 a Ralph, Loney, 51 a 7.55 A lioaipson, of New York, when she ed to nowspaper readers? The map Ralph, Julia A., 29 a 2.10 Johnson, Charley, 53 a 6.33 izifAed oh tho Arabic. Sewed in her Is not for sale in any book store or Wedding, R. A., 07 a 9.50 Norrls, J. A., 11.42 W9 ct --Mrs. Whitney, ififtiCustomhouse through any agent. 7.57 Ralph, Dudley, 50 a Wimsatt. Miss Annie, 137 2 .KSFjiwtrcES, dlscovcredjearls valued The mammoth historical and pic9.90. Ralph, J. W., 67 a acres 8.20 tl jewo's had :S 310,000. A belt of torial map not only ghes ou an Wedding. H. A., 100 a 11.43 Russell, F. T., 40 a 5.62 .been found on her maid, Miss map of the State 12.07 NO. 6 CROMWELL. Taylor, D., 60 a of Kentucky, but In addition gives Austin, Mrs. V. M., 1 '. 14.05 2 a. 2.30 Wade, G. T., 71 a avoiding the decision of the Treas-crsr- g you: 14.52 Butler, J. F.. 35 a Washington NO. 30 PRENTISS. Jtejiartment In (1) The only complete collection 3tratton, J. P., 30 a 5.00 Arbuckle, 10.05 of the Port Edwin IT. Curtis, J. D 3 a of portraits of Governora or the Wallace. C. D 180 a 30.36 .xss-ANO. 31 HEitBERT. instructions from Washington, Stato of Kentucky, including the NO. 7 COOL SPRINGS. 8.77 Bannon, W. E 73 a sresnased, upon payment of the duties B. McCreary, who served Bryant, A. L., 2 a 4.31 tweuty-fiv- o which Hon. J. JPifj&tX, the trunks BIckett. W. T., 83 a from 1S75 to 1879, and was 22.10 Blckett,- - W. T., 10 a Brown, C. R., 260 a 14.05 .icrr. Xbonuson liad brought over In 1911 to serve until 191o. Short Williams, Mrs. Emma, 73 a.. 4.22 Eng'and, and the 8.00 Harbours, H., 85 a TKilo her from text as to term of office and daU NO. 8 NORTH ROCKPORT. HasklnB, W. II., 45 a 5.43 which was found pn her pcr- of birth and death Is given under Bratcher, Green. 1 town lot. 4.20 May, -8.70 Lon, 96 a fti .and on her maid. smuggling lias each Governor's portrait. Ashby, Margaret, 1 town lot.. 4.2S Payne, J. T., IS a 4.20 TV jiut It bluntly, (2) The Flags of all Nations In Fungerson, Francis, I town lot 3.19 NO. 32 ARNOLD. .&ir&Rios a polite form of crime," a conbeautiful colors, together with Heck, Nannie, P., 1 town lot 4.37 Cook. Walter. 80 a 6.90 xxriXfrni lnsjMXitor to'd a Sunday Post cise Information as to area in square Laton, Mrs. Jessie R 11.60 R. E., 80 a popu-Utlc- n miles of all countries and the rinsley, M. L., 1 town lot.... 4.28 Daugherty, Park, 15 a 5.25 Tito custom Inspector must know of each. richenor, H. A., 33 a 4.86 Maiden, C. G., 50 a pouch of dia 6.90 ius a valuable splendid map of the United (3) A NO. 9 SOUTH ROCKPORT. 6.25 aikMMls concealed upon his or her Renfrow, W. L 100 a States. Brown, Mrs. Emma, 139 a.... 8.68 Renfrew, J. N., 30 a 5.50 (4) Portraits of all the Presidents 6.89 Smith, R. L., 12 a 4.00 rectum they're In the baggage. of the United States, giving term ol Douglas, J. L., 20 a 5.50 NO. 33 RENDER. Tw: jwsaenger may have a telescopic office and date of birth and death. Jones, J. M., 10 a 2 8.02 Fulkcrson, Mrs. Mary, 60 Robertson, P. A., a .TtvkM with a false bottom in which a.... 6.12 State of Kentucky with 1910 Census. Vinson, John T., 2 a 7.14 Fisher, James, 1 town of do'.Iais' worth of rare lot.... 5.95 giving Kentucky, (6) Historical NO. 10 SELECT. ADDITIONAL LIST. itas may be concealed. facts from the admission of the State Embry, M. J., 100 a 7.52 Ward, G. W., 60 a 8.35 fwAajB they havo an elaborate down to tho present time. Embry, A. N., 5 a 7.50 Green River Coal & Coak Co. tt4hig cake. There is no break In All State official. 4.95 by E.' S. Render, 2 town jja iroatlng. But when cut open one Departments of the State Govern- Scary, Arthur, 12 a.: 4.05 J.30 lots Kk calue was found to have thous-axsf- c ment with the heads of each depart- Morris, J. W 6 a....NO 11 HORSE BRANCH. 4.85 Hatcher, J. W., 20 a of do'iVirs worth of diamonds ment and the clerical force, with 6.22 Loney, L. B., "187 a Allen, John, 80 a Jjieteid of the usual citron and plums. salaroles. 5.90 Loney, L. B., 66 a Allen, S. S., 5 a Jioo's, fa'co solos to boots their 13.45 JltUow Kentucky Various boards and Morris, Joe, 75 a. 3.30 Ward, J. W., 60 9.43 j3tO. iolow buttons havo been used courts with their staffs, oft leers and NO 12 ROSINE. 2.25 Bartlett. W. S., 50 a iixn cepiac'es for smugjcd articles. salaries. 2.29 Clark, Mrs. Florence, A jAfioa of soap such as Is provided Political committees and organiza- Craig, Mrs. Thelna, 80 15 a.... 3.63 Wrlsht, Charlotte, 2 town lots 1.65 a King, Jesse R., 118, 1 town lot 24.70 jj ytr stateroom on steamers was tions of the State. Good wine, J. H., 35 a 5.60 Sanbach, Roy, 50 a 6.00 00a) .found to contain rare pearls. Kentucky United States Senators. Kendall, Coitus, 46 a 5.60 Hardwlck, Mrs. W. G., 1 town Tfce Jady who had It In her tag Kentucky Chief Justices. Kuykendall, 85 6.90 11.60 lot txStd flic soap as a 'souvenir. Bos-lio- u Speakers of the Kentucky House. Perry, Ollle, Geo.,town alot 1 4.05 Ford, J. T., 50 a 8.60 Tost. Congressional districts. Patterson, C. N. by J. N. Tweed- NON RESIDENT LIST. Railroad Commissioners. dell, 88 a 3.60 Allen, T. II., 80 a lUMtual Constipation and all liver 3.60 Senatorial districts. 6.22 Buckley, Mrs. Olive, 40 Stewart, W. II. 68 a CaaikVs cau be cured by using a.... 10.70 Counties of Kentucky, whon made Schroader, A. L., 7 a 4.95 Brooks, Maud, 1 town lot.... 4.90 Ask J. H. and from what counties, etc, etc., Taylor Truman, 8 a.., lD.2y 7.50 Crumos, E. V 57 a .?Bif5iras, Hartford, Ky. 4.75 etc. Taylor, W. C, 83 a 10.14 Grant, W. A., 2 a 2.95 AW of the vital statistics of KenNO. 13 EAST BEAVER DAM. 3.60 Notice. Heddon, E. J., 1 a tucky. Miller, Mrs. Ruth, 1 town lot 3.24 Johnson, Sarah E., 40 a 4.75 having claims afe'alnst :AU parties The chart alone Is worth fl.00. Poolo, Goo. V 97 a, 1 town Klmblcy, B. L., 1 town lot.... 1.20 tikt rtato of A. C. Leach deceased,- You cannot buy It. 14.28 Lanmstus, E. A., 140 a lot 7.45 .arx, hereby notified to ll!o same propIt Is not for safe. NO. 14 WEST BEAVER DAM. 3.95 Maxwell, Zona, 22 a ttarjjr jvovcu, with mo on or before It is only to bo Riven as a pre- Hodses, C. P., 65 a 8.80 May, T. W 1 town lot 3.75 31, 1914. .Jiijrusjry mium with tho Evening Post and Rlioads, D. S., 1 town lot.... 8.18 Ralph, 4.75 J. F., 5 a J. I. LEACH, Admr. Tho Hartford Republican. Taylor, Bill, 1 town lot 7.50 Smith, Win., 45 a 7.40 Central City, Ky. '.JSS HERE'S OUR GREAT 1914 OFFER. Tiohenor, C. M 1 town lot.. 11.50 3.25 Union, W. E., 1 town lot Evening Post, dally, one year, Tllford, Mrs. S. M., 1 town lot 1.60 COLORED LIST. Newspaper in the Home. regular price-$3.00 NO. 15 McllENRY. 4.00 Beard, Fant, 1 town lot are homes In which there Kentucky Governors' Wall Chart, Bailey, Alonzo, 45 a 5.84 5.00 Bacon, D., 1 town lot 1.50 Hawes, Sam II., 100 regular price m uewsitaper. la a......t. 6.85 Borry, Wes 2 town lots 10.40 "JOn-raru homes In which there Tho Hartford Republican, 1 year, Robertson, R. D., 1 town lot.. 3.82 Berry .Julla, 1 town 2.00 lot 1.00 Rowo, regular price uowspaper. . is a 11.43 0. K.. 1 town lot 5.60 Borah, Jesse, 1 town lot got them all for 3.50. Taee are homes In which there You Raines, Robert, 2 a 7.33 Call at our office and see this mag- Stewart, Charles, 1 town lot.. 5.42 Duncan, Wash, 1 town lot.... 4.65 a. tod newspaper. ix 4.75 Eldson heirs, 1 town lot And there aru homes In which there nificent chart 'or send for circular Trail, Virgil, 1 town lot 4.35 Hlnes, Dan, 1 town 4.50 Jot elvlni: description. .Ac at zood nowspaper. Wakeland, Geo. C, 1 town lot.. 5.42 Hocker, Ves, 1 town lot.... 10.00 THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. JLmtl you can soon toll tho differ-tiau- e Williams Mines Amusement Co. 3.60 Jackson, Clara, 22 a In the children of those homes. 1 town lot 6.62 Nail, Isabella, 1 town lot.... 1.60 Consolidated Grower's Notice. TOUicc there Is no nowspaier, or NO. 5.00 Shultz, L. R 2 a y tassV --a uoraccount nowspaicr, the Thero wlM be an rally of Barnard, L. T 10 a 6.70 Taylor, D., 1 town 6.30 lot tho Consoldated Tobacco Growers at Dexter Heirs, by Sam Everty, 17 ffcJu family seems asleep. Taylor, Gaylon, 1 4 a Tikey do not know wliat is eolng tho court house in IlarUonl Mon acres 3.25 Trunnel, Lizzie, 1 town lot.. 6.30 6.03 Tlchonor, Henry ,65 .00 in the world. They only hear day Jan. 5. A number of Kood speak Hill, H. J.. 18 a a,......, 8.60 at their neighbors tq'l them. The ers will bb (present and very import- - Maddox Heirs by W. C. Bolton 8.60 Venable, Henry, 3 a (kMSOfcq .learn a Jlttlo at school and ant business to attend to. Locate 16 a 3.22 T. H. BLACK, S. O. C. forjjet It. Other homes are which have not turned In tholr Xkt Render, Mrs. 0. A., 140 a 19.00 by news, new Inventions, ing plodfc'oa are requested to do no Stogner, J. B., (N. R.) 60 a.,.. 13.14 Yaur Liver Lacks Grlgsby's Llv-Vc- r. Ajflkef .pleasures, but tho homo with- - at this meeting. Wade, L. B 1 town lot...... S'.Z0 Lax. Try a bottle today. Satisfact 'j NO. 17 SMALLHOUS. a newspaper Is asleep. f. D. WESTERFIELD, tion guaranteed. Ask J. II, Williams, 2Dw home with a bad newspaper County Ch'm'n. StcuiiiUian, Mary A., 50 a. 4.36 Hartford, Ky. lD2y Land Sale For Taxes No Substitutes RETURN stitute cream tartar Levy's Sale Continues To: Attract Attention 1HT. Royal There no a powder, and as ! are made I Ste i. mm Smart people know that the Levy stock offers better values now that it possibly can later on in January. As the season advances the selection grows smaller and then the dreadful cut in price is accompanied by a dreadful cut in values. Levys urge you that for good values buy now. This is not a scheme to get you to buy now, but merely a fact which your good judgment will tell you. Levy's nrirac !i 1V raAnr&A ad IVIIUTVO. yuubii luUbCU (ntt. SUITS COATS Coats are.. $33.34 Coats are.. 25.00 Coats are... 10.G5 Coa'ts are... 13.34 Coats are.. 10.00 2ny in a 5e $37.50 Suits are... 125.00 $50 00 $25.00 Suits aro ... 1G.G5 $37.50 .$18.50 Suits are... 12 35 $25.00 $15.00 Suits are... 10.00 $20.00 $15.00 at Any dress in the house one - half one-ha- lf DRESSES price. Thirty sport coats at the original j pnce the original -- me 1- -2 Vln-rzxM- X pre-3M- Col-Zttci- cr cr J.Try i I 1 3arods - a.. '' Come GET THE Among other things Great value in a $3.00 that we offer as specials ekirt for $1.98 in black, at this sale is 300 waists blue and green, used for window purposes or stock soiled, that $5.00 and $6.00 Hats for $1.50. we will sell for 98c. PETTICOATS WAISTS I ,n Ll to Levy's Sale and make it a rule to LEVY HABIT! IT PAYS : DAILY COURIER-JOURNA- L AT HALF PRICE DURING .' JA2TUART ! l THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN Has made a special arrangement wheroby the Daily Courier-Journcan be furnished one year for $3.00, six months $1.76, by (Sunday not included) to all persons who will give their orders to us during the months named above. Better still, you can have the Daily Courier-Journand THIS PAPER one year each al 3jby' nil al lie e ttre For Only S3.75. After February Courier-Journal nt 28, 1914, the price of the Daily all-da- alone is $0.00 a year. 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