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TO THE INTENTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY HARTFORD, OHIO COUWTY, KY.. FRIDAY, JANUARY 1, 1915. K I I own State, I was forced t send 1,20 Txas troops down thero to give It AT ISLANJJSTATION Bandit U.ild State. ADMINISTRATION Mexican bandit gangs wore crot Ing tho border Into Texas ralilll-a- nd terrorizing our scattered pcopl Uses Pistol children wore huddle1 Brands Rule of Wilson as Women nnd brick houses, menace Deputy Marshal together In With Deathly Effect. with murder and worse. My dek Big Fiasco. was Hooded with telrgrnms from Chambers of Commerce, bankers ami Attack Officer stockmen, and other reputable ciM BrOtherS-In-LflDemocrat Scores Repeal of Tolls zens, praying for protection all aloiit. After &W Jailed For our 1.200 miles of rontlcr. Tin' New Tariff and WatchFederal Government had only sUt leins Drunk. troopers at Brownsville to cover morv ful Waiting. than of that long bonier i Whenl rushed tho Texas State troop-- i The Oweu.hjroiMessenger of Frl- down there, stationing a 'company' Houston, Tex., Dec. 26. ?Thc W'll-vi- at each of the principal bordor town". day bays: and Uke Evcrly l Administration has been the I Instructed them not to cross the greatest failure in tho history f Jhe river, nor in any way to violate the were shot ml instantly killed at 10 uresluency. neutrality law, but at nil costs to o'clock TWMday night by Deputy liilw- protect the lives and property of Marshal "hi' Taylor at Island, a t ' Tho South is a land llterill) county. wn " McLean mining Ing With milk and honoy; It has made Texas people. one oi tho biggest and best crops In Secretary of War Garrison tele- Marshal Monroe May was shot Jts history, and yet because of the graphed mo that he thought It un- through the arm by a stray bullet, utter incompetency of tho men in wise to have two military forces oc- nnd wus taken to his homo where chnrgo of the Government Its busi- cupying tho same territory under he wns given medical attention. The todies of Glllan and Everly ness is prostrated, its credli is Im- separate commanders and suggested paired, and thousands of Its people that I withdraw the Stato troops. were showed to remain whore they ro starving. I wired him that I would withdraw fell, pmdlng the arrival of the coradministration's tariff law was tho Texas troops when he sent an oner c McLean county. The Thursday afternoon Olllau Kar pledged to lower the cost of living equal number of regulars to rvpUco had the contrary effect. them at every place where our men hod Ken arrested by Deputy Marand It has shal. Taylor on the charge of drunk-cnueBy uultlng raw material on the 'ree were stationed. He was placed in tho city 31st and keeping the protective tarEncourage Bandits. prism, but released at 6 o'clock iff tin manufactured goods it ha conI understand they had everything demned American farmers by hun- prepared at Washington to hate me Ufi ho promised to go to bis homo. dreds of thousands to peonage and indicted by a Federal grand Ju'jr and He Wus joined later In the night by Uke Everly. The lias enabled the manufacturers, after put In a Federal prison on the assum?" hU brother-in-latvo men met Deputy Marshal Tay- getting their' raw materials cheaper ptlon that I meant to Invade Mco u ,aclalnled that on the gtrect to charge higher prices for their j a paipamc aDsuraity wnicu oni bftb of the men had their knives Roods, which they have done men utterly Ignorant of the situation and wore In tho act of mnk- Hides were free listed and dhoes could have entertained. It I n fact He g an attack on the official. have gone higher. This is true of, which the whole country doej not ;n accompanied by Marshal Tom virtually every single item similarly ucu uur Mia3 '""p. Know treated In the Administration Tariff arrived mui Brownsville tKe Mexican Monroe In IJcpu'y, Maraha, Tay,or ,s 8ald t0 law. Tho American farmer Rets less commander at Matamoras, acroshave whpped hs reVolver from his for his raw materials; the American river, offered to surrender that pocket nnd flrcd flye 8hoU Both vorkingmnn pays more for the fin- tho to city tho troops of UnlteJ States ioman gnd Ever. fe to ,he ished product and both arc robbed cavalrymen, Tho commander at -Jsroundi Thoy expired in a very few to further enrich tho protect ' r tamoras cvmoowy oeueveu (fitautes. being shot In vital parts trusts and combln i troops meant to take tup crj tna 4VjTlihal Jtay wa9 ghot and wound-Jhoug' "KoreRln Policy Imbecile" Dus,el-tro- m i)epnty y more irieuaiy iuun inv 'ijiiua. Too Administration's fore Marshal Taylor's revolver, It htu al- Washington conception tf our tjml-nebaa been imbecile. Both Glllan and Everly were said on the border was oj ridiculous, to have been Intoxicated. There were lowed England to dictate conditions 'H to cotton shipments to European as that of the Mexican commander. to the double fow countries that enabled English spin-ueWilson and Bryan Ime Mood, by tragedy. to rob jtho American cotton encouraging one gang of bandit . dfN . . Tho authorities In Calhoun were . .. !...).. i. .growers of half tho value of their cr anotner. wniie peop.e erfw... ,mmedlately notfled and left at once England stopped American butchered all over Mexico, whtfehei crop. t,lnn.i xnipments until the English spinners best American Interests In that coun Glllan and Everly were each about had bought their supply at 6 cents try wcr being confiscated and shot thirty-fou- r years of age. Gillian was a pound and stored it in Texas and to pieces, and today the Mexican married and went to McLean county other Southern warehouses. choas is worse than at any time from Hancock county. Both of the , Then England consented to demen were coal miners. (Continued on Fourth Pane.)) clare cotton not contraband and Deputy Marshal Clark Taylor, ot Franco followed suit a day or two Island, was arreted Friday mornRwuivlt Et With later. Our Government weakly subing nfter tho verdict of the coroner's NVw York. Doc. 2S. Col. Tieo 'jury, laying the killing of Albert mitted to England's dictation playMunicipal ing into tho hands of the English dore Roscvelt visited the Glllan and Uke Everly. on Christmas spinners and betraying the Ameri- Lodging house tonight. About 250 Eve, to him, and taken before Police can cotton growers as complete!) us men were In line waiting to get oup-p- Judge Statcn, who placed him under tickets when he arrived In a big bond In tho sum of $750 for his apif this country were an English He shook ijnds with pearance before tho county Judge automobile. state. It I had been President I would many of them addressing some by for examining trial. Ho was accus1iavi nerved notice on England' pre-- I name. He did not cxpl.jn hjw ne ed of manslaughter. When the anmler that our foreign trade In'ji - happened to know thenu ' nouncement was made that Taylor WOien he entered the fining room, ton and other noncontraband c m- had been admitted to ball, nearly modltica was going forward with ar where he to6k a seat (jol, Roosevelt twenty prominent citizens ot Island found 200 more of thj city V home- and tho neighboring county volunwithout England's consent, nndj necessary, I would have sent Ami less at supper. teered to sign his bond. It Was es'"GecJ Its pretty hard times when can Ironclads to England's door, timated that the value of tho bond, a former President hai to come here when completed, was worth enforce that notice. , more it for something to eat." one of the than ten times the required amount. Panama Tolls Repeal. lodgers remarked. Coroner Ambrose, of McLean coun Tho Administration's repeal of thy Col. Roosevelt Jolted In the laugh ty, held an Inquest over the bodies Panama Tolls Exemption Law In vli.J smacking his lips over a bowl of Albert Glllan and Uke Everly on latlon of tho party's national pU. and, of pea soup, exclaimed, "that's Friday morning, and after hearing form was another weak surrender' i bully." England. If free tolls for Atnerlca the evidence ot a fow eye witnesses more to the killing, a verdict was returned The former Prefklent-spiships bad not been ropcaied, hut ships flj 'than an hour inspvctlng,''th lodging by tho Jury to the effect that tho dmls of American-owne- d Ins a foreign flag would have conn house. In all parts ot 'tho building two men came to their death at tho Wder tho American flag to get the ho aimed a rapid rire of quretims at hands of Deputy Marshal Clark Tayand we the men, asking 'hem taefc occupa-Jlolor, by shooting. benefit of tho exemption where they acme frMn. when Facts brought out at tho Inquest would today have an American mer chant marine competent to carry our they worked last and, thebt chances were that Glllan had a knife, but goods to foreign markets. Wo have of funding employment, f tor the It was not open, nor In the hands no such merchant marine and to sup- most part tho men ook hlsniiestlons of the dead man. Uke Everly, when ply it tho Wilson Administration is In good part and answered them moved, was found to have had both to spend the taxpayers' money buying frankly. Col. Roosovelt' declined to a knife and razor, open, and lying "under him, when ho fell. The gon-era subsldUed national shipping serv- expluln tho purpose of nls ilslt feeling In the community, while ice M. K. Him U Dead management of subdued, J not against tho deputy Tho Wllson-nrya- n Mr. M. N. ShiilK died at his resl marshal. It is the genoral opinion the Mexican affair has been an ogre-glo- u failure. They landed an Am- - denco near I'fontlss. Sunday tnorn-li.- g that tho deputy acted only as tho ocat 4 o'oljtlc'of diseased Incident casion deraandod, aB was indicated orlc in army In Vera Cruz- tq Jorco to salute tho flag and have ti old age. After funeral services by the large number ot cltlzona vao Huerta to become ball for him. broight it back without getting the conducted bjf Rev. A. B. Gardener at voluntt-reThey now aak Congress to 9 o'clock y(sterdu)' morning, his reMarchul Monroe May, wio was .salute. appropriate more than 1500,000 to mains were burled in tin, Prentiss shot in tho arm by a stray bullctt, pay tho expenses of the ridiculous ex- cemetery. The deceased, who had was getting along nicely Friday. Baptist pedition. For what did It accomp- been a jaember ot tl Notice. church faraany years vas onadf lish.' I will sell crushed corn for 11.25 It sot all Mexico aflame aginst the Ohio couttyteest citiprj andJwlll Hi fveajr-vlvin- g per cwt., cora chopa ,f 1.50 per cwt. Americans, not only In Mexico, but be greutl mlMeif. Either ot the above feeds mixed with hl i'iylfe nnd tto.soiih north In Texas, where all along the very beat bank of tho Rio Grande there are Ruv. O. H. Wltz, LlveraTore; kev. coUon seed meal ie the uHi, J' Louisiana. ,and gupt. cow feed. Sacks to be returned. It E. K. ten Mexicans to one Americas. W. E. ELLIS, Mr. Shultz brought on a reign of terror all along Ozna SSiluf-Wartforytar. Produce Merchant. 23t so that whea the was in! his ebjhty-flrthe Texas border, 1 w two-thirm u. ( nc JOT. COLQUITT Federal Government refused to afford protection for our people in their MS SWING STATE EDITORS AREJNjiESSION Discuss Problems of Trade Affecting Business. Skeletons Laid Bare, No Secrets Withheld plrnnts only ono of thorn a newspaperman and ono candldato for Secretary of State, wore present at tho mooting yesterday afternoon. Congressman Augustus Owsley Stanley found time to knock off from his labors In Washington to look In on tho "press gang." Two others who have been mentioned in connection with tho Democratic nomination for Governor present were Lieut. Gov. s, E. J. McDermott nnd Harry editor of tho Ellzabethtown Som-mor- GOEBEL REFUSES YOUTSEY'S APPEAL Brother Will Not Aid Noted y i Prisoner. In Reply to Letter Guilty ;Now8:, Co1, ,?';, Wa,ln' l'much. nlNn Ux,nB wnn on Says Yonty' at Regular Ex """"" perience Meeting. " The Louisville Herald of Tuesday says talk among edit A ors, with no semblance of uu effort to withhold any secrets of the trade, featured tho session of tho Kentucky Press Association yesterday afternoon at'Wutterson Hotel. Matters were not minced by D. M. Huttou. of tho Harrodsburg Herald, who led the discussion on "The War Cost of Living, nnd How To Meet It." Strictly "Insldetstuff" was con sidered from all angle. Errors and triumphs of editors were confessed, and an Inventory of "conscience" was takeu. Never before In the history of tho association have members unlocked the closet and bared the family skele ton to brother editors, as they did yesterday. Tho newspaper game, as played by various editors of the Slate, The session closed wan revealed. with members enjoying a more Inti mate knowledge of each other, of their work, and clothed with more power to Increase etflclency. Mr. Hutton couched his address In language to Invite discussion and In duce debate. The question oi rates on advertising. Job printing and subscriptions was discussed by him, and tho problem of getting business and cush ws at tacked. InJginning his talk. Mr. Hutton heart-to-heart Democratic nomination for Secrctury of Stato. Others there I may havo been avowable but not 'avowed. j Members of the Stato Press Asso ciation arrived In Louisville yester day morning. After lunclieon at the Wattcrson thoy were called to order by President James R. Lemon, of Mayfleld, Ky. An Invocation was pronounced by the Rev. Frank M. Thomas. The atlilresd of "veliomc which was to have been drlivipd by Mayor Buschemeycr wns rend by Chnile3 T. Taylor, of the Hoard of I ubllc Snfe-tA cold prevented the Mayor from attending. President Lemon re Round-tabl- e talk then sponded. followed. t y. ihaud. Ho Is nn avowed candidate KJ nu Should Strve His Term. - ut. Ool-Ic- th.e.JinjtsdutJrtptrstrar ss said: that rs 1 Jt: er vas--s- al -- C nt n, r al - st Every busiucs fihould be so run It Is sultlclentt- - flexible to meet any emcrgencyPrlccs on advertising, Job work'njfd subscriptions, the three source ot newspaper revenue should be bse'd Invariably on the cost of production." As advertising is conceded to bo the main mothoci of maintaining a newspaper, that feature was discuss SIMMONS. ed first by the editors. Mr. Hutton cited a member ot tho Dec. 2&. Miss Cora Maples of State press who did not have an In Bennetts la the guest of Mrs. John telligent Idea ot Vhat he had for Carter und Mrs. Fred Tatum Christsate, nor what It was worth. , mas week. ill.. atiiAtnA trnnKlAfnl'nlliA. nn. Misses Norma Ross and Mary pie, declared Mr. HrihoaL'and neg Jane Maddox, of Centertown, were lected his own. H carried more the guests of Mr. R. B. Carter from than equal party between advertis- Wednesduy until Sunday. ing and .reading matter in his paper, Miss Elva Wilson, of Green Briar, but he would acept any kind of ad- Is tho guest of Mr. Hlas Maddox and vertising for any kind; of reimburse- friends. Ho accepted .mining stock, ment. Mr. Ira Plummer, the assistant printed In green Ink or paper that bookkeeper at Simmons, visited his rattled, for payment it space. Ho parents, Mr, and Mrs. D. Plummer, accepted stx bottles ot poisonous pat- of Prentiss, from Friday until Sun. ented medlcino; printers' materials day. at double foundry prices; uncollect-abl- e The social at Mr. Q. B. Brown's life Insurancepollciosijtoo much Saturday night was enjoyed by all railroad advertising for a short ride, present. and to top It all off, velldd advertisSeveral ,,spent Christmas day at and Mr. R. B. Carters. Excellent music ing, without compensation, thanked the bandit for hVj kind- was furnished by MIbs Mary Jane ' ness." Maddox, of Centertown. Miss Anna Carter Bpent her ChristMr. Hutton suggested that Editors "quit being dishonest" by taking mas holidays at home. legal advertising at, less than legal Mr. and Mrs. It. B. Carter returned rates. He also advised that tho prac home Thursday from a visit to their tice of charging obituary rates for son, Otis Carter, atoro manager of 1 business advertising be, ceased; Daniel Boone. Ky Tho following quotations from the Christmas at this place was quiet. "Gospel of Scribes," were dissected I and digested: New Year Treat for Our Readers. Respect of foroign advortlsers-- . Wo aro pleased to anounce that nnv nf our readers can obtain a nice Matthew vit, 12. Are all men liars? U915 Docket deary chuck iull of Circulation Psalms cxvl, 11. (practical information for every day aro all of them ras iise. by sending tne postage inuroior, Advertisers . .i . ft. --a a. rn w. cals? Psalms lxvli, 11. two cents in stamps iu v. Your City Tho best place to live VL,n Attnmava Wnnh Inirt nn. D. C. " TOir three cents we will send nlco In. Revelations xxl, 2. Rate Card Tho thing that makes wall calender, aire lOx 11 inches. ' or breaks you. Luke Iv, 12. Seiftl five one cent stamps and get A Sato Rule What to charge for tlii pocket diary and wall calender. ; and what not to charge for? Matth ew vll, 12. lUtrtrerd Masoas Elect Oftcers. 'Hattfordf Lodge F. & A. M., No. Enoch Grehan, dean ot the, School 675 elected officers last Saturday as of Journalism at the University ot Kentucky, spoke or. "Journalism" follow: 'Isaac Y. Sandertur, W. M.; Mr. Grehan's talk was based on the A. p. Kirk, S. W.; Otto C. Martin, work that la being done at the- Insti- J. W,; E. O. Schroeter,, Sec'y.; J. H. D.; tution. Mr. Grehan is a practical Patfon.lTreas.; W. H. Rhoads, S. Tynewspaper maa, who has seen long Jami,N)ttnce, J. D.; Albert Rial, O'BaBBoa and Will Lilee, service, and his address bristled with ler; Interesting angles ot the game ex- SteWMrM, W. . mmwmum w eiws ad M 'member ot the Board oCCob perienced by him. At least three gubernatorial as-- v tr ai- Arqultal For T4ylor. Ky.;,- Dec 29. Clark Calhoun. Taylor was acquitted of the charge or examining trial ot before County Judge J T. Higgs at this place today Taylor is a depu ty murshat of Uland, a small mining town on the .railroad, and In con- Junction wl'.h Is chief. Monroo May, tho marshal of tho town, was attempting to arrest Uke Everly and Albert Clllan on the night of Christmas o've. both of whom were said to boln an intoxicated condition umT'actlhg in a boisterous manner. Tho men, according to the story told on the witness stand, resisted arrest, drew knives and attacked tho tho marshal and his deputy, marshal being stabbed in tho hand, The deputy by one of tho men. drew his gun and fired several times. killing both men. Both men were shot entirely through tho body, one In the front and the other In tho back. At the conclusion of the trial this morning, Judge Higgs dismissed the warrant holding that Taylor acted In his necessary self defense. man-slaught- Cincinnati, O., Dec. 28. "I wrot a leter y to the warden of the Reformatory at Frankfort asking for an explanation of statements la a communication from Henry Youtsey to me," eld Justus Goebel, brother of the late Gov. William Goebel. Youtsey appealed to Justice Goebel' to aid him in obtaining a pardoa. Goebel said: "I am opposed to a pardon for Him. The man Is guilty of killing my broth er and should serve his sentence. It would be a shame to grant him free dom. Some of the statements made In his letter are not true. He tells me I did not prosecuto him. That is not true. I spent $200,000 of my personal fortune to have Justice done." Youtoey's Letter. Youtsey's letter to Justice Goebel, In which he makes a personal appeal that Mr. Goebel aid in securing his pardon, follows: "Frankfort, Ky.f Dec. 11. 1914. Mr. Justus Goebel, Care of Lowry & Goobol, Cincinnati, O. Dear Sir: The most loyal friends of WiUUm Goebel could not regret his assassination more keenly than I do and shall always do, nnd I tell you truly that I never felt the least malice or hatred against htm, or cursed htm, as some have been wicked enough to do and I .hope you will believe ma when'I:tttv you that the day before the tragedy I tried to save his life. "I was making preparations to leave Frankfort and take a position on the civil service. In the event the Taylor crowd lost out, and with that In mind, on October 23 1899 a few elecdays before tho Taylor-Goebtion I took the civil service examination at Danville, Ky.. and could easily have obtained as good or ft better, position than the one I had, as the service was very short on stenographers at that time. . "I have been in prison for almost fifteen years and, Inasmuch as I waa the victim of Improper Influences aad you did not prosecute me, I hoe you will forglvo me for my connection with the case and consent to my pardon. "Hoping to hear favorably from; you, I am, most respectlfully. (Signed) "H. E. YOUTSEY." (Copy.) el ' I 1 r i, : 4.1 - s . Tho following patents were Just Issued to Southern clients reported, by D. Swift & Co., patent lawyers, Washington, D. C, who will furnish copies of any patent for ten cents apiece to our readers. Kentucky Alvln L. Cox. Ellzabethtown, wagon bed hoist; Walter Louisville, handle for T. Farrar, n, tooth brushes; Francis G. Hill, wushstand; Peter Hlnkel, Ashland, spring spoke wheel. Chas. O. Jackson, W. Virginia Car-rollto- Southern Inventors. Farimont, headlight steering mechanism; Albert F. Egleston, Manbar, railway rail fastener; Horace L. Riley, Richwood, compressed air elevator; Wm. E. Wotsel, Parkersburg, well drilling bit. Tennessee Jos. H. Weatherford, subsoller; Wm. Momphts, toy; I. R. Storle, Rugby, Wn Hargrave, Nash ville, Dispensing carton. om 1 I -- Pt. Eastern Star OAcers. The following officers were Installed by Hartford Chapter Eastern Star Monday night: W. M., Mrs. S. T. Burnett; W, P Owen Hunter; Asso elate M., Mrs". B. F. Tichenorj Conductress, Mrs. W. 8. Tlnsley; Associate Conductress, Mrs. U. S. CarsM; Secretary, Miss Elizabeth Miller; ' Chaplain, Mrs. C. M. Barnett; Ada' Mrs. CM. Crowe; Esther, Mrs. .P. L. Felix; Ruth, Mrs. J. H. Williams; Martha, Mrs. C. P, Tuxaer; ,ElMr, Mrs. Ropaa Helhrook; Ward, Mm. Fred. Ceoaer; Seatwel,. R. Helbrook. , Miss Kettle RHey. Ort-aaUi- '- - t Ik -t"- I kV. wr T HP HR ' l Toy Nose'Protluoers and Hov J P YEW 51 13 Waiting for fldjjtap 4wyw jcar I Make Them. N 'iMimnn'iiinn i1 nn nrrrm r nrnii ruTMinirr - HHHvBKBiHBin nrf ij j i 'nu niri urA 11 tr r r i 'HI ill W W Y 111 ''Jrs Pfe and 1 am sur with mo that th following ai splendid noise produc era. I'acli will require but a lov mjnutes' tlir. to make Tho bell nlle shown In rig 1 u mado with n m enn, a common thread spool, two ahor slicks and two screV-ojpTho t.t can forms the bell portion of thcr' le. and a short plecs' of broomhandh or other stick whltj tied round, fasfi - to It for a bandit! This handle stl (A. KI2 2 in ni cured to the bo" n of the can plorrlns a hole ' mgh the tin and screwing a sere c from the In side of tho can do Into the end of the stick. Tlgurc bhown how the incoming on objects to a nioilcrktt amouu of noUo In welcome to lb w ieur wll agree I xs:axj'i7if". 5' 'I LEsap l i JsSZt ,77 -- eas M' w that jou i h ; i m9 'i .... I 3 a; 1 t: rxt . ; "k x, . i 1 : L: S?1 Wm 4$m!m tt"' iff i ws5PwiKl" IrJlf I i jt ll'-y 111 J i FIG.1- - s .p I ! mmt Iw -- 'A 'lw HEopyrlBht. br W. a. Chapman ) than shall bo doubled. You thought you housp to raise a window of his foe's during his absence, and upon his ero cunning, but in s'verjl places 'I found the mark of that cluA foot of .return kill him at his own threshold ours while jou were maklngff, with and, leaing the weapon behind him, my good pork. Now what havejou to Ilee. Joe was known to never carry a weapon, and the leaving of this firesay?" arm behind, together with tho forciblo "Nothing, except that I did not steal entry of the place, would throw the " As a bear strides, so did the heavy crime upon mjstcrious tramps or burarm of the Invader shoot out, the hand glars. As darkness fell he prowled gripping the thin shoulder like a trap. forth, assured himself that Harding "I warned ou If jou lied jour punhad gone, then, prjlng open the winishment should be doubled. Has not dow, entered and sat waiting by tho the good Lord commanded Thou shalt low burning lamj? until the sound of not steal?' Thank jour stars that jou distant wheels reached his ear3. He did not live In those dajs, for had not loaded hls'weapon jet, bavins" would hate been stoned to death. reasoned that shouldNhe be caught beRather, bless jour luck that jou have fore the act with anAnloadod gun he fallen Into the hands of a compassionwould be deemed guilty of a far les ate man" With a hiss the lash fell offense than should it bfe loaded. But and a shuddering scream burst from now the time bad come. the lips of the cringing one. Uut from dreV some powFrom then on no sound escaped them until, der and hU pocket he poured It Into tho yawning at last released from the Iron grip, Joo muzzle, lajlng the bullet .upon the tafell limply upon the frozen ground. ble. Next, ho must have some paper Sternly gazing down upon his victim wadding for both powderand ball, and a moment, Harding turned awa for a book lay close at hcjnd. Without "It was the just punishment of a looking at Its cover hei tore rorth a rogue by a just man." he muttered to handful of leaves and, selecting one. his conscience. laid the others aside aa he raised the From a shapeless, writhing heap the first piece preparatory o crumpling It fallen ono arose, his small eyes glint- up and ramming It Home upon the ing with the deadly glare of a prodded powder. As he did sobe words upon serpent. "Whip me, black devil the leaf caught his ey. and slowly he jou usurer you forecloser of widow's read: mortgages jou dodger of taxe3 you 'Thou shalt not kill-- " you " The voice rose to an inarand his face His hand ticulate scream of rage. "By the Eter- grew gray. trembled night without Then in pe nal, I'll kill you for that yes, murdei hoofs before the jou in cold blood." Then the first he heard the beat of loud command bnrn, coupled with the to "whoa." and wlthsasp he clutched another sheet. Before his ejes swam the words: "Likewise I say unto you, there is Joy In the presence of the angels of God over one sinner that repenteth." Slowly the gun slipped from his hand, I1I3 form relaxed and ho sank into a chatr, hla pead falling upon the table. Five minutest later John Harding, fresh from ujibarnesslng his team, f throwing opei the door, started back in fear andamazement. Then softly he approached the man who was as he had beneath the whip, laidthe gun aside and gazed at the mutipted Bible. Upon tho floor he saw (iho dropped pagu3, gathered them, then slowly unthem up. d B 1 , IMriy 4 jf Sinner e tongue of the bell rattle Is prenred. The length of tho tonguo shoull be equal to the Inside depth of thV an Cut a stick of this length andwilt tlo down one end to lit the holo in tho thread spool jou have obtahtl, then screw a scrcweje Into the o'lvr end (Fig. 3). Tastwi the tongue n place with a piece ot string. pussni the string through tho screw-eye- s It tonguo U and handle A, and tying, them loosely with firm knots. Thl-- j completes tho rattle. The odd shaped rattle shown Id Fig. 4 requires a short stick for han dle A, and two tin cans out of which to make the wings, plecos B and C. The bottoms of the cans must bo re- - m i wi i; B: f fc. mmM 1 v Ik III! H HAPFY NEW if J1 YEAR CUSTOMS A3 iriu tor's JJrapr -- Celebri'iorj of the Mummers in Olden Day) .n England Tending to Revive Visiting. On FrliV, January 1, tho mummer" way of ushwill niBmthit's-thc- lr ering In New Year. How many of them kn tho beginning of the custom or ending' It began in- Ming-Green- Bj DAVID CORY .n Col gtint (A t the nev) year ihroasfi May ill : u'i heart and soul j do Thox ikrgi lJuA art mat gooj an J true. r 9fJ3 Ursa?!1 -- signs, presentiments o: hunches, but Just now f3 sSiStc cwas different. For be had zaieoe vd"talu ilgns that one of his "s?ia?B ihd been btolen; had a pre- sMtututfcnt .that a certain unworthy mm'srauiB "Shiftless .Toe" had done the Hr3 dtsi, and possessed a hunch thai itzac about to horsew hip Joe untl Ji xutsquealod any pig critter thai swffl raver lifted over a fence on 0 ix4)te!!3 night. So, being a man ol iHiii4 tie wcH aa thoughts, he took Aito &jfi inasty bull whip and startee risuaAi.jrd towards the abode of hit "w Um to .be. iiuwiSMftloss Joe was not reckonec the 400 or John Harding's com &iiiif, cud when one is told that SCvwo were Jaut 400 people in that dis ipifA o will understand that $he meaning. He j.ih n W3 vtloao at tho edge of tho big xrc.n', flHliItif; in summer when It 3tw 'iot too hot; trapping in winter rmi tt was not too cold; sleeplug and two year around, ho was avoid A ilr hard he entire ir.iOHN HARDING was not Aj,' a tnlld man, neither was $ e inclined to be super- stitlous. As a rule he had small belief in CoJ g jnl that I raci morning tlarl Mj Jet : u:l a thenful heart. Aid cittrJ'.Uy frform ny pari. To uear a tmlt all through the day. To lanhh iWj tt unwind aioay: And tchn my tcJtme comes, h pray. At ruht And To lay my prayen mA folded hands comet jol'y o'er the lands. To Him. tcho aticoyt understand. ichen lAj lelU on ie -- Proclm-- j f'FlQ-4- And I Neu Year's dauto tht hlghl A'M Year It horn. attakc on New Year's morn. uhbper. and sued. To help me g,Ue my toyuwrrferf, Lcsi I forget my p,a.jei t0 meet I pray tin lj nocently i .ough, but by tho seventh centurj r amounted to "diabolical paganifs. outrageous, blasphemous. Rulliaiis nbbed and even murdered under thi pretense of merrymaking. Not all as frightful, however. In Roraojs'avcs wpre waited upon by their pasters and the poor eaped veritable harvests, which was but natural, air. It al came from tho saturnalia1 ol the Eternal City. In EJi;!and the mummers performed plays, 'spoke dialogues and Imperson ated fnmuus people, especially kings and warriors. Songs wero sung both by th mummers and their entertainers, jiere Is one: ' 1K state-nuaxt- i well-define- d 'tulr. Sis-,- ; moved, and tho sides opened out. Tack tho pieces to opposite sides -- of the stick handle. k By holding tho handle In tha posi-tloshown In Fig. 4, and shaking from sido to side, tho tin wings will flap back and forth and make a splendid crackling, crashing noise. , If you have never tried pulling upon a string rubbed with resin, you cannot appreciate what a loud shrieking sound Is, produced In this manner. To irtcit winter' sadness Sea rhere the folks with Kludncs Dlit uisej ull aro Hlijlt wantonly In those days they loved, too, to unicorn n THE-IJE- W YEAR'S rye masquerade as animals, bears and being especially favored disFATES guises Scott's couplet Hummed It up: Whi lists may In their mumming eo Tra of undent mlnntreUy. At h$t this mumming came to bo a nctuco as well as a nulsancp, and the chaste Henry VIII made It a to wear a mask. It as George Washington who made the day what It "once was In How Curious MaWenjCan Find Out What Is in Sttre far Them An Itallar Ciutsm. hard-workin- Inr stttlemcnt. ifiAH Every maiden wotier, u,at tho e has In fctoro for l.r, and tiUs ,8 what she m'bt do oa Nuv Year's day to learn her fate- - fit w1 Tho New Year Presents. French "etrennes," both in . nni)ne and in date, preservo historical continuity with a clearness that our Vcquomsbio with rosin Christmas box has lost. According to "I'll Kill You for That, Yes." tAo ancient Roman legend the o"Uom wild outburst of passion passed and Went back to the rape of the Sauines, Figure 5 shows the idea. .adapted to a into tho red eyes 4 look ot cunning or, rather, to the reconciliation of the toy that is quickly put together. Get crept, tho cuuning that outwitted two peoples afterward, when Romulus an empty tin can, a piece of heavy wary wild beasts and took them In his .but green branches from a grovo of wrapping paper, a piece ot stout wrapsnares. 'the eoddess Strenua and Dresented ping twine, and a piece of rosin. DouHo passed rapidly through the brush them to Tatlus. Thereafter Romans ble the wrapping paper, pierce a hole until he came to a hollow log, from, gavo each other branches for luck Jan- through Its center, stick the end of the which be drew an ancient gun which uary 1, together with figs, dates, cord through It and tie a large knot he had stolen and bidden thore years) honey and a small coin such luck on it (Fig. ,6), Then tie the paper before None knew that he posses'seci gifts being termed "strenae." Even over the open end of tho can, as It, and be chuckled at his own cunemperors were powerless to put down shown In Fig. C, and trim off the proning at be plotted bis details. I IV 'a custom that In time became burden-,eom- e jecting edges. To operate, null firmly '3 war. Knew that Harding s family was uwy and the church similarly failed on the Btrliig, at the eamo time allow- TJoa!t udd lying to your thlovery ana mat John would utteod churc "3cuiviili;ip-kllllucur. One falso word that night and return home alone attor and was driven to Christianizing the ui 1 ii iu Dime luruugu your, nana. (Copyright by A. Noely Hall.) rat jour UpB und your punishment services. Nothing would b'o euler practice. cahlu ol Xv' -- trapper, and by tho time the for tij Sad i rived there htu righteous rvua: against the slothful sinful be ka wJiom bo Bought una grim and un- "tn.tlnf "My house is tho house ol statin ; but yo have imido it a den ot "i.'oovfsf," he quoted sternly. Then he Tard his (1st and smote upon the vsi,cb'.l door such a blow as Mosea :i"nrtd lalght hae strucl; when ho split .in. vock and bnlo the waters gush inrtii. From within a squeaky, rat llwjfo'oe oadc him enter, and through Sjw3irrow doorway bo crowded. airt glanced around tho cluttered ,1 Ljf. From 0110 corner a tbin, w eacel Sw uni aroso and ctood cringing Juitjo tho mighty one, fear thickly jVu.jJlng his faco as ho noted the WibfJuble whip tightly clutched in jually formidable hand. "Good 2 u;fHjr. Mr. Harding Happy Now eaid, fawniugly, "Ilij8 & bad morning for )ou, and it j hvUiE-t- bu an unhappy bc'glniilpg fVnho Wew Year," he retorted. "Steal i?j buat, will you!' The smaller man tejott up bis bands with u protesting 3jtu0 us quick denial leaped to hit CBut Harding silenced htm witb . rf.jiila5 iu tho t long tramp from the home uaj.-abl- e ,,T"rn,th" f""0 Peiimbjr. at nd "Brother sinner," he whispered llr.y - iil parentp gentleness. the otlfor, but this time it was with a husk- derstood!. , Tor tiho second time that day Harding's hftnd fell upon the shoulder ot - Fic.5-KG. Wg 7 Tbe Mi Mk dream of tl o man you ar .) Or let hortau, her Uynnb.uk Vo hS bedroom, blw out tlwunifcojen tho book and marl a by nn in th. put It undnr tie pillow ma dork), It. Next uiornlQg when s;l0 the hymn she n. flud Its ttxt reads Ind'-cat- e will the ewnt ?f thoyeir On New Ycaijs eve the Italian maid-eplaces Iu oio coruur of her a th nibl. in another water Iu a third nshe, jd In a fourth a r'hiK ppon waking i, the mornitig, u slf0' sees tho ring il at 8i10 wl bo married that year; If bl0 sees the water the j ear wll be unlucky, f tlrst the thimble, tortus will smile on her-I- f tho ashes, sl will die. n bed-roo- InlgUt. tho vou wlJl On New Year'., ".s'ib a . g Good St. Anne, gw,i st. Aune, Send me a man ai fast as you can- And you will be engaged In a year.? wishes to know ier, fate durhg coming jear, am must go im0 the lho open air vith V3Am book In 0no hand and a p(.co of silver la her mouth. Shu myu allow the bok to fall open, and If u 0pona at the eath psalm she will die, If It opens at tho bridal pealm she Mil marry, and whatever else It open to will Indicate her fate. On New Year's eve, wljllo the ekek Is striking twelve, repoat three timts: eve. If a maiden this country. Said ho: "Never forget the cberful and cordial observance of New Year's day" Tho celebration grew tnd grew, until a generation or so ago, the scenes enacted at some receptions were simply disgraceful, society having progressed some since it was pood form to imbibe until the Imbiber quietly slid under tho table. Of late years thero has been a tendency to rcvlvo visiting on the first Rut It is all very dayjeof ilio year. Informal, and every hostess knows each and every ono of her guests, which 'was not always tho caso when it vas the fashion to have as many as tosslblo and any man counted one. An. amusing btory Is told of one host-os- : who. In a lull, left tho lino and wet'ovor to the punch bowl In the ba k parlor, sajlng to a man sho die n't know: "What Is your name? I do?'t think I knowf you." Ho told her. Shi) didn't remember It, so she asked hlih with whom he had come. Ho said he had come by himself, whereupon she ordered blm out. Imagine her chagrin tho next day upon receiving from this man a letter she had written to a relative In a neighboring city aBklng that be visit there whenever he should be In. the city. ' Also to be reminded by him that he bad sent bis letter of Introduction and received cards, which be also incloied. In the holiday rush' she bad simply, forgotten the new name. "W zzzunaz ftftftAaaftftftftftaaftaftaaftftAftAdftftftftftAd!t vfi ? i I MHMHH i LlllSSf- rvWVVVrV.V.V,VAVWV.W.VrV.VrV,V.VAt ! i AOT XKlMm .m. lMliHk $5.00 oki: yi:ar $L75 SIX MONTHS A Christmas KE.T17 WACSWORTH Carai lONCrELlOY 4? 4? ? . 4? 4? COURIER JOURNAL & ehr cut J HEARthe minstrel ttreel Ihtongs; Pass 4J 4? cxraFszannn&yixTWinm iaaajRmaua Bffifty H TB i Hatty They p'cu to tweet, 0,1 their hautboys, Christmas iongsl Ltt us by r'.e fire v Eier higher Sit them till the night expire! V Deeemlcr ring Eeety day the chimes; Loud the cleerten sing In the str:cti their nerry rhymes. Let us ly the (in Ever higher S'ng them I'll the r.lghl ixpltel 3! Daily By Mail 4? 4? 4? 4? wpii - V"JT SUNTI).Y) 9 4? JV DURING JANUARY AN1) 4? S J FEBRUARY ONLY Annual Bargain Period Limited 5 FA BESbHKI: aalMiattivlWMv gTOSTOY&k y. 'lip MvVs the grange. -Where the Babe was lorn. Sarg ulth many a change Christmas carols until mam. Lit M by theire Ever ligher Slngjlum till the nlgU exp'.rel OHEPHERDS at ' i 2 Regular 1 4j wamr wveXA Klwv'ftlKti?AL L it a 5 gooJ seng 'I 'HESE deioutpeoplesweets Sorgs and While the rafters rang, There they stood ulth freezing fett. Let us by the fire Eier higher Sing them tdl the night explrel V At this holy tide, For uant of something else, Christmas sorgs at lima hate tried. Let us by the fire Ever higher Sing them till the night explrel From the fcund.lion of the Stale ta Cie prii.ct time Tbt crJy complete ejection in exuttnee Tic' urct rf all Prri(Jcn: s of tlie UnltcJ 1 te from to Wilton. 1 ui,i of tul N. Ions lit coic t. 1 t.c cty late t K jtUtLy MapslioinjCou me town .tuiltoam.r il.rtr.cts, rt- -. I.itct h'ltucLs-- ter I' . J'Ullnnil ccmpktecnpofthetJrlteahUtos. ru.lar.Urcnrlctcniaro'tlie M.n tlcilitical rid. IntricIIIsto:icalKpnturLl.,tchlSK tut.ftlcjfrr m mcfo'injf iincf thcfciatctotl.er.tc enttliDC. It In IiiJm. AU titc02ic!4!. Eifcutivc Dcinrtmcnt. AH Deodrtme it3 of t'.s itate Oocrnmpnt wltli the lieadiofcacli Uopartmentnnrl tee Ital force witli t'.cif eal iric. Various rJ Ken'uclcy lioar Ixmd (.oi'rtswllii their ttsfiuith ofliccrsantl alinci. 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Let us by the fire Eier higher Sing them till the night explrel T i feet and sings; But hi tcho bloat his hands Hartford Republican, 1 jr ALL THREE FOR - - - $3.00 $1.50 - $1.0' V VQ $3.50 CO.. Louisville. Ky. Miff nnnf vm liiubitnu mo, ...!1 ""'aK-wisnea me on luc. Ha1.oJ my way. Loathed and reviled me prayed another day, And when I grantod it, mocked that ont, 1 " ' HANGING MISTLETOE Origin of Custom Associated With Christmas Festivities. Are we not quit 100, at evens I I and you? y, 7 boys. $mit til M ym t- Tis I Kismet UA4AA4AA4AA4iAiiiiiiilii My cycle's done Fate. Old World, good-bfaint I die. i s NEW 1 INSURANCE AGENCY j t Plant Is Surrounded With Many Superstitions In European Countries Sign of III Omen Jn Some Parts of Ireland. i Vanderbilt Training School for Bays ELKTON, KY. Will help parents develop their sons into-thbest type of citizens and Christian gentlemen. Its patronage is widely' scattered and comes from the best homes in the South. 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With lavish hands I'll shower it on Paul, I'll smite some of yoj vith an iron glove, I'll nurse some others with my tenderest lovo, true. at last my dream 1 The Louisville -- Daily Herald g 0 0 &f AND- I'm 'both your queen and slave. I now make way. This night Is yours. Tomorrow you'll repay. The Hartford Republican i ol 0 0 0 cneer. You've waited me forever, here. Bring forth tho jesters. Fill the cup of World, I'm By Mail for, One Year, at Special c 0 & Price of 0 & $3.00 Kentucky's Grefltrst Newspaper delivered at your homo each day including your home .JO , 0 0 0 0 & & 0 & wi paper, at the price of $3.00. m 0 0 & & This Offer Positively Expires on 8 1V i ft February 28, 1915. r ;r;i jiwiri'lKiJM'At The 1915 Boy. "I will not put pina In my dear teacher's chair." (Tacks will hurt just an much, anyway.) "I will not quarrel and fight with my big brothers In TJ15." (What have I got u little brother for?) "1 will not play hookey fioin school I mining." to go Hailing or (That Is, 1n the winter time.) "I will be a regular attendant at Sunday school." (At Christmas time and just before the summer excursion, of course.) "I will not take mother's currant Jelly from the pantry without permission." (Her raspberry Jam is good enough for me.) "I will he kind to dumb animals, such as tigers, lions and'elephants." (Stray cats and dogs, however, had better keep out of this neighborhood.) "I will not (Oh, gee, that's enough. They say the good die young, and I want to live until I catch that redheaded .boy on the next block who stuck his tongue out at we HE good old custom of hanging mistletoe from the celling at the Christmas festivities Is Baid'to have its origin iu tho Idea that since the plant did not have Us roots in the ground no part or it should ever be permitted to touch the earth. Among the Saxons the fact that mistletoe was suspended from the roof dwllllug intimated to the wayof farer that the hospitality of the house was at his disposal, and beneath Its branches friend and stranger, vassal and lord, gathered in comradeship and good cheer. The religious aspect of the mistletoe tradition, which had Its origin in the Dmldlcal rites and the gathering of it by the archdruld with his golden sickle, merged later into a purely bocial sjnibol, and the idea of simple hospitality developed Into one of merrymaking and a somewhat riotous entertainment. The kiss of the Scandlnaian god dess expanded into the custom of a kiss glen for every berry that grew on the bough. Small wonder that, In spite of tho mistletoe Inning originally exlstul in the odor of the sanctuary, tho church came to regard it as an entirely pagan symbol and refused to allow it to partlcpato with the Illy and tho etergreen in the Yuletlde decorations. i There is an ancient belief that the I mistletoe was the tree from which the holy cress was hewn and that after t this was made the plant withered nnd ecr afterward became a mero para-- I bltlc growth, clinging for support to other and sturdier trees. Other stories, hoeer, credit It with divine gifts In tho healing of s and tho expulsion of evil spirits. Itam, the high priest of the Celts, received in a dream the intimation that by means of tho plant ho would he enabled to sue his peoplo from the plaguo which was decimating them. To celebrate their delivery he Instituted the feast of Noel (new health), a midwinter holiday, which has come to be considered coincident with the new year. In many parts of the United Kingdom the silver berries and the leaves of the mistletoe aru looked upon as anj thing but au emblem of good cheer; on the contrary, the plant Is regarded with dread as being the brlnger of 111 luck and the sign of 111 qmen. This superstition exists both In Devonshire and in Ireland, and, strango to say, In neither of these places does the plant flourish, owing, report has It, to the fact that both Incurred the displeasure or tho Druids and were In consequence cursed In such a way that their soil became incapable of nourishing the sacred growth. In the sixth book, of Aeneld a lengthy description of the mistletoe is given by Virgil, who makes the Sybil describe to his hero the exact spot in hades where he will And It growtug. 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NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS dilriu tlir jmierwntlo n tgtitm mont RlTe tlm nM niMnw In niiifciinr wticxiber new prlllor uU niMliliHiiillnwrllnn. nl Tb ml Oltitsorlct, ItrmilntWliiP mhI ptrltn bnjrbuilertleiiirnln. ttrntlcn IV money In Bntii-e- . Oirih Notln-- '"f Mrvlci" fi fn-e- , KnalDroo I.nrHlrniinl Notice HV eer line nml c .V lmt othir lerilne. will ADOorinuun roinmunleutlon" reolte to Cvuaatoilcini. FRIDAY, ..- .- - 1 - 3 .IAXCARY !. ANXOCNCKMKNT. We are authorized to announce HON. ALBERT LEACH, of Beaver Cam, Ky., a candidate for State Senator in the 2G Senatorial District comprised of the counties of Ohio, ButRepublican Muhlenberg. ler and primary election, Aug. 7, 19 15. rerjiaps the Rusian and German armies are only playing tag. Is it not about time for another title peace treaty to fall due? We have an excellent navy but we shall soon miss Richard Pearson Hob-o- n from the conning tower of Congress. nominees to construct a platform der tneni. ,- Put the candidates on a platform. It is ridiculous to Jack up a set of un- - Almost every father of a family can understand this time of year why Santa Claus whiskers are so white as well as long. Here Is gretlng to all our readers for 1915. We hope you have been pleased with our efforts to give you weekly newsa first class paper. For the new year we can only promise to try to Improve on the past. -- It Is very easy to twist the British lion's tail when all four of his feet are tied, several of his teeth knocked out, and an Iron muzzle on his nose. However, it is some relief to know bat we have not entirely lost our twister. Gov. Colquitt was a good enough Democrat to be elected Governor of Texas, but since he talks out In meet-Ic- e about the Wilson policies some of his party brethren In Congress are traying that he don't amount to much down in the lone star State, anyway. People all along the lino of tho railroad are very much Inconvenienced by the discontinuance of the regular passenger train We Irvington and Earlington. are informed, however, that a new train will soon he put on which will make two round trips dally between Hartford and Irvington. meeting all trains on the L. H. & St. L. This will give bettor service between here and Louisville, but it would be much better for Contertown, Kronos and Kmallhous. If It could run to Moor-rooThis would give us connection tor Owenshoro and points on the O. M. II. & E. be-twn. fc N. R. It. If tho A. S. or E. is successfully reorganized, as It should be, changes should bo made to past mistakes. In tins past tohas been made the one idea other product of the farm was aubordinated. Those who did not trow tobacco were made to feel jtoneeome in all of the meetings. It was tobacco all the time. We believe .the society should bo made inoro educational. Tho various products ahold bo bundled through separate departments. This was tho orlgional idea, and the fact that it was not caried out cost the organization thousands of members and no doubt iu the end caused Its present weak condition, at least in this part of tho country. Much has been done to educate the farmer along the line of but much remains to be done and some well defined plans must bo mude to aid each other In times of stress to keep them from the clutches of the enemy. uome avoid bacco Every HjATHORM convention. Quite a good deal of talk Is being Indulged In by both Democrats and "Republicans about. State platform conventions for 1915. Some are "before taking and some after taking." That Is, some contend that the candidates for State olllces should be nominated and a platform convention held afterward. While others think A I S We lo not know what the Repub-llcn- n DUECIIIENT MUJIIU. ti. country home of Mr. Peril- State Committee will tlo In tlio I ULUIUIill na Powell at Clifton Mills. Ky., was matter, but there Is no question hut destroyed by fire ns result of a de,.:).:. whatj a State platform convention fective Hue. Mrs. Dowoll and daitgh-c-r- i i 'V should he held prior to the August 'Head of L. H. & St. L. R. R. rt ; 'V Ueorgla and Xolmii May Powell, what the demoprimary, no matter were the only members of the family in' j 1 crats may do. The platform pledges Passes Away At 6 tt Lome. However, they were fortu- -' many voters may determine whether r.nte In saving nn organ, and feather Louisville. will desire to participate In the pri ' of i.r'. Tho same day the liomeMrs. mary or not. Men do not vote ior " . viWil1I r of 'Wess 1). 11 like, a ffcl.l l HiB the candidates but for tho things for Howell, residing In that .' Is Louisville. Ky.. Doc. 3 1. -L- uclon It would ho a which they stand. on fire from a defec Ive Irwin, president of the Louisville. Hood, caught J 9) strange proceeding to nominate u a M...... .nt nf rnmi times am men nu u.i tlmiilnHefin n. tit. l.iinl IInllro.1i! "e, i um ...... i,i,t.i tttf ii tint u'nrk nf . ...... M v PTJ $ "i" '".': i ' platform under them, regardless of company died at St. Joseph innrinary to bo at . Duke, who happened 1 o'clock this morning of cotupll- Is a fit or a mlsnt. Hcjat whether It sides, some candidates might feel 'cations following an operation for'l'ome. evonil days ago. Hoi Mr. Pace Sanders, iirciI about S.I a sense of embarrassment in stand- - appendicitis, year, and is years, widely known In Edmonson fortv-eiclit- h i .nn.n ninnks InRonio nlatforms. un in Ills -one or the most widely 'county, formerly of Rliodn, By all means, let us have an early probably i i and known men In the State, having been ' fercd tho loss of an eye and painful to make a platform neighbor-t- o our candidates will have due notice connected with the L. &. N. and other burns at his home In Ollle run or not run. No party should railroads in the State before becom- - hood one night last week, when he fell Into the lire, rear to announce Its principles, and Jug the head of the Texas. Luclen Irwin was horn nt Abbe-- ! jngs cicmniie Kersey, IS year old it Is rank cowardice to wait to know' . ) vllle. Miss., and was educated at daughter or Mr. and Mrs. Jan. E. what tho other fellow thinks. Columbia, Tenn. Ills father was a Kersey, died at Ollle, Ky.. on Wed- 'physician and died some years ago. m.s,y, December 2.1, with interment, um Olorj" lu I'ull Glory. cai cemetery the following day. ( Whenever an automobile carrying His mother died at Grand Junction, flag passes In the Tenn., about a month ago. Mr. Kersey Is engaged in the general the American lie began his career In the rail- - merchandise business at that place, streets, the people take off their roai1 wor,(1 at Houston, Teas at tele- - )s sl 0f extensive business luter- liats." many people extend sympa-an- d Tlius salth a report from Liege. graph operator for a small railroad, csti , THE UeUUES WE OFFER ARE SO BIG THAT ' It Is the linest piece of news we 'after leaving school. Later he located t,hy j tll,8 grc.lt trial. mov- - . WE WANT YOU TO SEE THEM. COME IN NOW. liave thus far received from the scene in Memphis for somo time, after llr P W. Pnfnrann. of LoillsVlllo. Hag is thus saluted be- ing around considerably through the of war. That Ju)me (lurnR th(J llo,(llly,t at the . , WHILE THE STOCK IS COMPLETE. AND SEE THE At tho Tennessee city he Cromwell. cause Americans have saved fellow-me- n Southwest freight agent.! "Old Glory" became a soliciting from starvation. lov Kallu.s Allen arrived Dec. IS. QUALITY OF OUR GOODS AND THE PRICES WE During the late eighties he came io(at is also "Old Goodness." le holMO of Jackson and Manassie connected Tiave seen many Louisville and became The poor Belgians Raines Allen, in Itosine. also line PLACE ON THEM. THAT'S ALL WE ASK. WE flacs. of late. Somo of these Hags with the genral freight olllces of baby at the home of Mr. and Mrs All tho Louisville and Nashville. were torn and KNOW THAT YOU WILL BUY AND BUY LOTS. Adam Wrights. Schroaders neighborAfter several years with the Lou- - hood, December 2.1. of them represented slaughter, fire. disease, Isvllle and Nashville, and in the BECAUSE YOU WILL FIND THE QUALITY TO BE starvatlon, homelessness, Mr. Leisure's school at Mne Mill ... . . . .. . i poverty, conqutai, rapacity, slavery, ieariy nineties, irwm uecume cornier- - c)oscd tne 2;i wth seVeral visitors GOOD AND THE STYLE TO BE CORRECT. And now. In the midst of ed with the Cumberland Gap Dispatch death. .ltlclulanc0 these horrible emblems of unman and went to Kansas City, where he Aldridge has been quite Mr. Alex OUR PRICES ARE NOW THE LOWEST OF THE slaughter, there shines another Hag. solicited freight for the same road ill for some weeks." at Roslne. City, St. Louis and Louisof all In Kansas Hod the borther-bloo- d Rev. Wllbert Hull Is home from a OUR CLEANUP. YEAR. WE ARE MAKING ville. Then to Chicago, where he 1.1 days sojourn In Grayson, Edmonmankind. general agent for the Cum- son, lead became men should White t:-"MONEY-SAUING- " and Hart counties, In revival SALE. berland Gnp road, until in 1S9S. meetings, where the old lime Xmas clean lives and nations be spotless. again returned to Louis- spirit pervaded. Many people wept, Blue that humanity Is as big and when he ville and became genral freight and rejoiced, found the Pearl of great 'universal as the skies. t for the Louisville. to show that, by keeping passenger-agenStars price, and are enjoying the smile of He reHenderson Olid St. Louis. their eyes on God and their thoughts God. on each other, men shall become mained In this position for eleven years, when he was made general sugreat. smoke from smouldering perintendent of the road, nnd upon True the ON ashes of homes, above the tonus oi the death in the same year of Alttlla Cox, Sr. the then president of the women and children shivering In INCORPORATIIO. cellars, above the heads of road, Mr. Irwin was elected to sucmen who walk and walk the ceed him. He has held that position broken streets in search of bread for loved with the road evr since. ones, past the ranks of those who A TEXAS WONDEIt. (Continued from First Page.) cringe beneath the conqueror's heel, The Texas Wonder cures kidney an k comes "Old Glory," the baker, the clothier, the comforter, the rescuer, bladder troubles, dissolves grael, since Madcro was assassinated. cures dltbctes, weak tnd lame backs, mission of love. on a 3,000-mll- c Villa Is the dictator of the country Wilson campaign fund and iv only hind was Inherited by decedcut from And the Belgians take off their rheumatism, and all Irregularities of and I understand that all he wants favor I nsked of hlvn Vas that he hit? father and was In tho posesslon tho kidneys and bladder In both men is to be chief of police of tho City of appoint men who would aid the Tex- of decedent art the time of his death hats. Why, martyrs to human liberty and women, itegulates bladder trou- Mexico with control of the gambling as State government to enforce law and has been In the actual posseshave kissed that flag with their last bles In children .If not sold by your concessions in the cities or Mexico and order along the Mexican border. sion of decedent continuously ffcjr effort. Milions of slaves have found druggist, will send by mall on re- and Juarez. It was my earnest desire to assist more than 25 years. freedom beneath Us folds. The high- ceipt of $1.00. One small bottle is In making the rale ordered I will in making the Democratic National Add To Disorder. est of human aspiration designed It. two months' treatment, and seldom Our Government has keptEnglaud Administration n success, but I would first sell all of said land subject to Sacrifice sewed together Its stripes. falls to perfect a cure. Send for tes nnd Germany from restoring order not sacrifice tho honor of my State, the widow's homestead and If It Peaceful progress put upon it its timonials from this and other states. Mexico and Itself done nothing nor the welfare of her people to win does not bring a sutliclent amowyt . in stars. Devotion, patriotism, love of Dr. E. W. Hall. 2926 dive Street. St. to pay tho debts of decedent and the contribute to the disorder and the favor of any Administration. Justice, martyrdom have preserved It. Louis. Mo. Sold by druggists. 30ty but At no time have I failed to get costs of tills action, tlin I will (ell lawlessness by Its vacillating "watch-Roa- d It flies above one of the greatest nav20 acres outright, which 20 acre policy If It can be call-B- v courteous treatment from tho leadi ful waiting" Contract Letting. ies of the world. Ten million soldiI tract is bounde and described as folers o'f the Mexican revolution. K'1"-FiscCounty11 a P0"1- - The PrP direction of the Ohio ers would die for It, If needs be. t,,e b,S exploiter sympathize with the Mexican people, lows: Court I will let to the lowest ests of Mexlco anU Take off your hats to It, Belgians! Beginning at Mrs. Harriett Babof Mexican resources have got con but I also sympathize with AmeriIt is "Old Glory" the glory of and best bidder the working of the , cans who have property rights iu help. It comes public roads of Ohio county for or.e trol of the situation absolutely and Mexico that ought to have been pro- bitt's west comer; thence W to Ike human sympathy and corner, u beech; Brown's thence same Interests have got the ear to you not dripping blood, but wav- year from February 1, 1913, at the the tected. with Brown's Hue North, so ns to of our Government at Washington. leading columns of following times and places: ing hope. It is anti-truinclude enough to make 20 acres on .January 11 j The Administration's Centertown, . . warriors and cannon, muskets and II.iiicis of ii Cold. the south end of Ben Neighbor's laws are barefaced fakes so far as food, .January 11 Buford sabers, hut behind it follow Do you know that of all tho minor laud, and being a part or the above protecting tho people from trust op-- 1 .January 12 Deanfield clothes for suffering children, Amlaws aliments colds are by far tho most tract or laud described herein. pression is concerned. These .January 13 l Fordsvillc erica's response to your cries of It is not the colds themTitnnufi twilinilv n wall :iu til, Ktnllil. dangerous? Tho purchaser will be required to .January 14 misery. liorse Branch, Oil, the Steel and other great selves that you need to fear, but the execute bond with approved ard .January 14 Rockport your hats to it! Take on' illhoaiuM that they so often immediately ' serious after sale. trusts. . .J a nuary 15 Beaver Dam, . It is "Old Glory" civilization's For that reason every cold I believed at first that tho Federal lead to. This 9lh day of December. 1911. cry; humanity's .January 1C Dundee reply to the battle EltNEST E. BIRKHEAD. reserve banking act was the Adminis- should be gotten rid of witli the .January 14 Hartford rebuke of armed greed, America's To accomplish - least possible delay. Muster Commissioner. containing copy of contract tration's one meritorious achieve- tills you will find Chamberlain's God lives and man Bills notification that w tL'n ll is HEAVKIN & KIHK, I"'1'"1. " ,,aki;rs n is a sign of and specifications and description of Mill moves upward, prove a The con- - Cough Remedy of great help to you. Attorney. coming universal brotherhood roads have been posted over tlic KIK to the system In practice uppeurn It losens a cold, relieves tho lungs, glistening high In the heavens, ahuvo County and further Information can trol of tho to rest in New York City instead of nlds expectoration and enables tho bo had by calling on me at the Counall tho horrors of trench, siege-minsybteni to throw off the cold. For at Washington. It stands for the ty Judge's Olllce, or address mo at fort and gun-decI am fully convinced the national sale by all dealers. might, tho beauty, the progress, the Hartford. election of 1910 will end the DemoT. II. BENTON. possibilities of peace. Muster Commissioner's Sale. cratic regime. Tho policies of tho may you bare your heads, County Road Engineer. Well Ohio Circuit Court, Kentucky. Democratic National Administration for It Is "Old Glory" In Its full glory! have wholly failed cither to curb C. M. Harnett, Admr., ROSINE. Herald. Louisville monopolies or lower the cost of liv- of the estato of Hon Jan. 1, 1915. How swiftly the ing for the people, and they have .Marriage License. 1914 with Its joys, Its days fly! Neighbors, deceased, Plaintiff. of employmillions of wage-earne" Roy Bratcher, Rockport) to Iva sorrows, its sights has become but ment. vs. y a blot on history's page, and Barnes, Ceralvo. Bell Neighbors, et ul., Defendants. I i:iiT.y in stodc u lurgo Stood in Way of South. Boston Butler, Simmons, to Lillle we renew our hopes plans and resoBy virtue of u Judgment and order The Administration valorized lutions for a full year for Christ, Likens, McHcnry. lino of worth of corporate se- of sale of the Ohio Circuit Court Walter E. Hill, Nelson, to Opal the elevation of mankind, the betterment of our surroundings, nnd to curities owned In the North and East rendered ut tho October term 1914, G. Klmbley, Centertown. In tho above cause, for the purpose of Shot Guns, Rifles, Target Guns,, E. P. Austin, Narrows, to Gora be helpful to others whenever and by a Treasury Department order to wherever wo may. Let us be true national banks to loan money on list- paying tho debts of decedent and Evans, Narrows, dividing the remainder, If any, among j George Shepherd Prentiss, to May and do whatsoever we this day re- ed securities at not less than the Ammunition, Shells, Etc, closing quotations of July 30, 1914, the defndants as their respective Insolve. Leach, Prentiss. terests may apear, after paying the when Mr. David B. Duke Is suffering but the same Administration ' Ira E. Allen, Horse Branch to asked to allow the people to use a cost herln tncured and a reasonable And rospectfnlly request yon from rheumatism. Maty Arnold, Horse Branch. Friends have been advised of tho quarter of a billion dollars of their attorney's fee for plaintiff, I will to call and Otto Lamb, Dundee, to Ellu Walsee Jhq largest' death at Olaton Christmas week of collective credit for two or tlireo offer for sale by public auction at lace, Roslne. years, to save them from losing $500, the court house Iu Hartford on Mon- and best line of Shot Guns, Albert Long, Hartford, to Katie our beloved Joseph M. Miller. Bro. Baptist 000,000 on their cotton crop, regard- day, the 4th day of January, 1915, Iliiles, Ammunition-- , &q ever In Olaton Miller's work E. Wright, Horton. Roy II. Foreman, Narrows, to Ada church in former yeare, and untir- ed valorization as violative of sound about one o'clock p. m upon a credit brought to Hartfprd. of six and twelve months, the foling efforts to further tho advance- government. , Miller, Narrows. In the road lowing described property The President stood Goods the best .and prices Ezra Crowder, Beaver Dam, to ment of the spiritual condition of Being a tract or puree! of land iu his community, must linger in the and condemned the South, which Susan E. Taylor, Beaver Dam. Ohio County, Kentucky, bounded and the lowest. C. N. Beard, Hartford, Route C, hearts of this people, and coming made him, to heavier loss and more years show increased results of this widespread misery than It ever has described as follows: to Elyse C. Bennett, Hartford, R. 6. On tho North by the lands of BabAllen Benton, Olaton, Route 1, to service. His illness was long. His known In three genratlons. Ho vinlife work here is over truly his dicated an obsolete theory of politi- bitt; on tho West by the lands of .el la May Shroader, Olaton, R. 1. II. C. Monroe, Roslne, to Noia bliss Is now begun, and he awaits cal economy, but he mighty near Calloway; on tho South by tho lands of Virgo Renfrow, and on! the East ruined tho country doing It. our coming just across tho "way. man Goff, Roslne. I raised among my personal friends by the lands of Sam mallwood. Mr. Alex Strange's homo over the W. E. Blair, Simmons, to Annie I HARTFORD, KY river from Dickey's Mills, Ky., was in Texas moro than $10,000 for the Containing about S4 acres, and which Carter, Simmons. the liorse, ns It wore. DEATH COMES TO 'destroyed recently by fire while tho family were In attendance nt church .l,ittnf- - rnvlvn ttipntlllf?. - " LOWLS PRICES i K I . - hr ' c;rc j hon-in-la- j r Kva AiWmmA: taiiiiavWra ftW-lf- ICinctrl frol 1 nf Wilt? f?Z&zsM W. 1 j Kysuf-conventlo- ti v. h &ymiPSi T7- ,wmBm - i ' I ,,, , blood-staine- d. GOUOLIJUITT CARSON Si CO. Hartford, Kentucky, al ' j I ' ! e, GUNS! GUNS! to-da- ! to-w- lt: U. S. CARSON Grocery ' -- 1 .- - t, .. . ' v iujwnrrrj Delightful cut served. refreshments wero FARMERS AGREE TO Monilny I I We would be ingrateful if ! we did not in some way express (o our friends our appreciation to them for heir liberal patronage during the year. While the year has not been what we had hoped it would be, still we are thankful to you for helping us make it an average year. We shall indeavor though the com-in- g year, to give you the best values possible. Re member this and that IT PAYS TO TRADE WITH A HOUSE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY. JL1&CG Hartford Republican. FRIDAY," JANUAKY M. H. &. Wilson ontertnlncd with n fine possum (llnnnr. The animal was cooked with the usual sweet "Inter" accompaniment and was thoroughly enjoyed hy several good Judges of things In the culinary line. Miss Mnrluin Holhrook entertained Saturday evening for her week-en- d . guests, Misses Bruits, Haley guests of the occasion Tito arc Indebted to Miss Holhrook for a very pleasant evening. Hefreshinents consisting of punch, cake and candles were served. At Davidson Slntioii last Friday Leonard Wedding was accldently shot by George Davison. Tho shot which was from a VI pistol penetrated his bowels and ho died Sunday. It Is reported that Davison wns shooting lit Joe Barrett, but wo have been unable to learn the facts. Hon. Albert Leach Is announced In this issue as u candidate for the nomination for State Senator at the regular primary next AugOhio Mr. Leach represented ust. county in the House a few years ago and made a faithful and able member. He will prove a strong candidate lit the coming contest. Mrs. II P. Taylor and Mrs. Mary Logan entertained a few lady friends Bridge nnd a Saturday evening. knitting contest wero enjoyable features. Each Indy was requested to knit something for the Belgian children and a handsome prize was aw-rdfor the best work by Mr. Logan. Tho work wns all so good Hint no decision could he made and tho Indies drew for the prize. Mrs. Laura Keown being the lucky lady. Some special fine musical selections were rendered during the evening to the delight of nil. Nice light refreshments were served. A tobacco factory containing a large amount of grain belonging to the Beaver Dam Milling company, ws destroyed by lire 1st Sunday night. Tho building was owned by Mr. I. P. Barnard, of Louisville, and was valued at $2,000, with $1,000 insurance. The grain was valuedatseveral thousand dollars, fully covered by Insurance. Tho flrp wtis discovered about mttlttlttht and Its origin is not known. The Jewelry store belonging to Mr. M. Hudson was broken Into the same night and about $300 worth of goods taken. Also the blacksmith shop of Williams & Miller was entered but nothing was taken there. W smmsammsmamBBammmmmaMm Chris- Judge Jim. a few friends H. HOLD UP TOBACCO Meeting Of Growers Of artford College Ail accredited tian County Is Held. Hopklnsvlllc, Ky., Doc. 2D. Between flvo and six hundred farmers braved the Inclement wenther today nnd attended the meeting which had been called to consider ways nnd means for securing belter prices for their tobacco. Former State Sena- tor Frank Itlves was chairman and Benjamin Moore, secretary. In a number of speeches It was pointed out that the war In Europe lias so unsettled the export tobacco demand, which takes the bulk of tho crop grown hero, that neither buyers or sellers know what true values are, and that the best means for overcoming the trouble Is for the farmers to hold their tobacco in their barns until they aro offered acceptable prices. Every speaker voiced the opinion that In time the market will adjust Itself and that then good prices will be pnid. Some advised reducing the crop the coming yenr and some called attention to the afct that the delivery of tobacco in poor condition had helped to reduce prices. A resolution was adopted authorizing Chairninii Hives to appoint a committee of three growers from each voting precinct in the county and to call another meeting at a suitable time to perfect the plans, adopt a pledge to bo used, etc. Chairman Hives stated he would appoint this committee at once, and another meeting will be held Monday, January 4. A committee of five Tullahoma, Tenn.. growers was hero to see what was dono and get a line on market conditions, the tobacco of that section liavjng been unsalable up to this time. Probably a similar plan will be adopted there. Excellent for Stomach Trouble. "Chamberlain's Tablets aro Just fine for stomach trouble," writes was Mrs. G. C.Dunn, Arnold, Pa. with this complaint for bothered some time and frequently had bil ious attacks. Chamberlain's Tablets afforded mo great relief from the first, and since taking one bottle of them I feel like a different person." For sale by all dealers. MID-WINTE- High School of the e. lirst-cla.s- and-Smith- R TEH BEGINS JAN. II ' Now clusses will be organized in High School work to accommodate students entering at thus , j ' I time. The work in the Normal Department will begin at the same time with a strong class. Free tuition to common school graduates, Pupils intending to take the next examination I'uv diplomas are urged to enter at the beginning o5 tne term and not to wait 'till after the examinaJood board at reasonable rates'. tion. For further particulars call on or address H. E. BROWN, HENRY LEACH, V. Pres. Pres ed Oil Your Work Shoes To get the best possible wear out of any woil shoe the leather should be kept oiled. We have secured an oiling outfit and a supply Leather-Life- , the best oil made for shoes. Come in every week and oil your shoes FREE OF CHARGE. It's about a handy. two-minu- te job with everything here or not. Come in any time whether you irarfe 'I We want you to double the wear of your slioea r y, without costing you a cent. HUB CLOTHING CO., HARTFORD, KY. We handle the "LION BRAND" the- world's best Work Shoes. - I. at K. Hullroad Time Table Hartford, K). U. & N. time card effective Monday Aug. 21st. No. 114 North Bound iue 2:20 p. m. ' dally except Sunday. No. ,110 South Bound due fc:45 a. in. dally except Sunday. H. E. MISCHKB, Agt. Mr. It. T. Collins Is In Louisville, on business. Mr. McHenry Holhrook returned to Chicago Monday. Ilev. Kll Wesley, Xocreek, was In to bee us Tuesday. Mrs. JohnDuko visited relatives in Duiidie this week. Mrs. Jno. T7 Moore, Klizahethtown, la the guest of relatives in town. Prof. 1. S. Mafcon, Heaver Dam, was among our callers, Wednesday. Master Piarl Sand'rfur"ls visiting his parents at Owensboro, this week. Master l.arkin GriMln left Tuesday for Owensboro v,her he will vbit rel-atlv- it. w, has returned Mlbs Etta Holder from a visit to relathes at Parsons, Kansas. Miss Mary Bariiard, of Island, Ky., "was .be guest of Miss Evelyn Thomas this, week. Iter. B."v7Naplor was the guest of friends In Nushv'lUe several doys this week. returned to Ilev. CecllHstevens Louisville Sunday after a visit with relatives here. Mrs. Anthony" Daviess, of Louisville, was the guest of Mrs. Owen Thomas this week. Misses Gayle Tlchenor and Luclle Plrtle visited friends at Centertown , Monday and Tuesday. teadh-In- g Miss NoraWeddlng, who Is visiting her at Central City, is wotber, Mrs. S. J. Wedding. Mr. andMrs. nobt." Bennett, of rortland, Oregon, are the guests of Iter. It. D. Bennett and family. baughter, Miss Mrs. MiiEEKlintl v Leila, of Evansvllle, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Mlschke. Rev. E.'L'.'Sheppard was here last Friday on his way to hold the Quarterly conference at Shlnkle Chapel. Mr. J. D.'Ralpirnnd family have moved to AuseKon Texas, wbero Mr. Ralph has purchased a fine rice farm. ' .n,ll,tnn Ul n't... VUI1UI1IU4I nr Mf w n Tint. ... w. ..w. I1U brook vas unfavorable last night. Miss Ora Williams Is visiting her brother, Gibson Williams, of Johns ton City, HI. Mrs. J. A. Bennett returned Tues day from a visit to her daughter, Mrs. L. B. Foster, at Indianapolis. Dr. C. It. Bennett and wife, Gra ham, Ky., were the guests of rela tives here several days this week. as been Miss Flora Riley, who-hon an extended visit to relatives near Owensboro, returned home last Fri day. Misses Nellie Austin, Chicago, and Marie Austin, Louisville, visited their sister, Mrs. Hooker Williams this week. Miss KeyapieF, wlto ts a student at Logan Female College, Husscll-vlllIs spending the holidays with her mother. Mr. John W. 'Marks returned to his work In Birmingham Wednesday after spending Christinas lit his old homo town. Every person In Hartlord is to visit the now Methodist church this afternoon to bo the guests of the ladles. Mrs. J. W." J ones, who has boon tho guest of her mother, Mrs. Laura Slovens returned to her home In Murray Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jennings, of Graham, Ky., havo returned home after several days' visit to Mr. and Mrs. Dan King. Misses Mary" Smith, of'Fordsvllle, Caronella Evans, of Louisville and Julio Haley, of Fort Worth, Tex., spent Hie wt?ek-cu- d with Miss Mariam Holhrook.. Mr. J. ft. B." Carson has returned from a visit to Ceralvo. Ho was accompanied liomo by his brother, Dr. Elvis Carson, who will make a brief visit "here. Hon. G."B. Likens, Franklort, was here a few days this week on business. Mr. Likens Is being proml-uontl- y mentioned in connection with the Democratic nomination for Secretary of State, e, Dr. AudersonByers dTed at his home near Olaton Monday morning. Dr. 'flyers was one of the best known men In Ohio county and a leading citizen In his part of tho county. Ho was more than 00 years old. Miss Mary Murks entertained a few guestB "Wednesday evening at her street, residence on , Wubhlugton Various contests wero staged, ono of which brought out much poetical tal- - Fancies of Farming. There Is an Idea among the city people that the reason farmers are not rich Is becauso they are waste ful, Indolent and Ignorant. City people who buy farm products with all of the cost of handling and, wasteful marketing added, only a small portion of which is directly chargeable to the producer, imagines that crops and animals bring enormous profits. Ignoring the heavy cost of production and distribution. As a class farmers are about as Intellgent as other laboring people. Many of them have good business Judgement and succeed on tho farm, although ther are many who fail. But tho fact should be borne In mind that only those who make a thorough study of farming succeed. There are many difficulties for the man who has had llttlu or no experience and unless ho Is willing to "labor and to wnlt" until he masters his dllliculties he should not gtvo up a profitable business or leavo tho lucra tive employment to engao In farm, ing. Many farmers who seem to bo prospering are doing so as a result of InIn many In creased land values. stances, lands wero bought when they wero cheap and now are worth two or three times their former value. This rise may continue for a while and It may decline. Tho test of farming Is for the farmer to make a profit upon his labor and Investment. Some aro doing this, others are not. Tho city man who desires to go to the farm and make it his home may succed but bo must maVe up his mind to meet difficulties and discouragements as mado possible by short crops, poor markets and lack of finan cial assistance. Those who are determined and who learn practical and theoretical farming and combine their business Judgment with ard labor are the only class likely to suc-ee- d on the farm, The most attractive advantages In farming are not the money ono mak, es, nor financial standing It gives in the business world, but the contact with nature; fresh ulr. pure water, the best foods and leisure for reading and reflection. There Is no better place to rear a family, provided there are schools, churches, good roads and acceslblllty to markets. And one of the worst advantages Is that many of these things are lacking. Then the city man and his family must be willing to live among rural people and help secure these conThey should go to the veniences. farm to make a home and be willing to devote their talents to farming. Farm and Ranch. - , t w go to my end in the full consciousness son, 8. C. Cooper,-- Sec'y.; G. G.lUnm. of Innocence and In the firm convicas there is a God in heaven, Treas.; Fred Itobey, S. IX; GL ICSTst-qu- a, tion that, my full vindication must come some J. D.; C. P. Kissinger, & JL. day. With the dawn of that day Uiere Crowe,. Stewards; June Lltsey, Tj1taE will come to the people of Georgia a full realization of this horrible mistake, a mistake irretrievable the Murder Under Guise of( Law. execution of an Innocent man, a vicLeo tim of perjury, prejudice and pasAtlanta, Georgia. When M. Frank was seutenced In the Fulsion." In ton county superior court to be hang ed on Friday, January 22, for the murder here in April, 1913, of Mary IMPORTANT NOTICE STOP AT THE old factory girl, Phagan, a ho made the following statement. "May it please your honor, this Is The Farm Agency of the Con a momentous day a day of far greatImportance to the state of Georgia tinental Fire Insurance Co., of er and to tho majesty of the law even than to myself, for, under the guise Hartford, Connecticut, formerly of law, your honor is about to pro- represented by A. C. Yeiser, has nounce words that will condemn to been transferred to me. I Also ; FRANK ECKERT, Prop. death an Innocent man. H. H. ECKERT, Mjr. X "Transcending In Importance the have the Agency for the Record loss of my life Is the indelible stain ing business in the following 1 $1 Up, European Plan and dishonor resting upon the name Hart of this stato by reason of Its Judicial- companies: Continental, ly murdering an innocent man. The ford, Aetn, Phoenix, and Fidelity , ftJury's verdict of August 25, 1913, underwriters, which includes finding mo guilty of the murder of Mary Phagan did not then and does the business written in all not noyv speak tho truth. towns in Ohio Connty. GETTING THE "1 declare your honor and to tho , These are all old line Insurance world that the verdict whs made In an atmosphere seething with mob vio- Companies. lence and clamor for my life a verI will be glad to have you call dict based on evidence absolutely false, t which, under other clrcum-stancc- s, on me or I will see you at your would not have been given a home for anything in the inmoment's credence. I deeply sympaline. thize with tho parents of Mary Pha- surance E. E. B1RKHEAD, gan. The brute that brought so much grief upon them has plunged mo Into Hartford, Ky. sorrow and misery unspeakable, and Office 'Phone, Mo. 66. Is about to accomplish my undoing. "But this I know my execution Residercs 'Phone, No. 41. will murk tho advent of a new era In Georgia, where a good name and Notice. stainless honor count for naught In feed is an easy matter If you cua Having sold halt Interest In my against the word of a vile criminal; It, You will find U alwuxu women of unimpeachable character feed and produce business to my here for wholesome and nourishing- - and tAat are branded as false by the prosecu- brother, B. H. Ellis, and desiring to la why. tion, disregarded by tho Jury and the business by Jan. 1", perjured vaporlngs of a black brute settle all old OUK FRKD WINS. those who are indebted to me alone accepted as the truth; whero a 1916, will please call and pay me oa or Ordinary feed often' contain dirt-an- d n)ob crying for blood Invaded the above date. Injures tfct foreign matter-whiccourtroom and became tho dominant before tho W. B. ELLIS, factor In what should have been a 23t4 stock. Use our feed and see yow produce Merchant, solemn Judicial trial. Oh, shame . stock thrlvet that these things be true. Officers. "Life Is very sweet to mo. It Is - Pordsvllle Masons Kloct Fordsvlllo Lodge No. 600 elected not un easy thing to givo up the ones, of wife and parents tho following officers Monday, night love of dear The Produce Merchant of ever loyal friends. Though this be for tho year 1915, viz.: HKNTUCIOt. Olla W1I- - HAK'IFORU; J. D. Cooper, Master; true, death has no terrors for me. I Notice. Having slid half Interest In my business to my brother, B. H. Ellis, the name of tho new firm after Jan. I, 1915. will bo W. E. Ellis & Bro. I thank all of my friends for past patronage and the, new firm will appreciate any favors. W. E. ELLIS. Produce Merchant. 23t4 I Wkn LoufsvDIe 1 ar : 5th ! ? Avenue 1 Hotel I t t BE&I bOOKINQ FEED? WeHweTheBest. h , W. E. ELLIS y -, . & 4 - THE TRUTH! The world will' be grabbing for food. chance. tools jSow is your 44444 4 LEO FRANK GIVEN I -.-., iPPEAL AN HABEAS Convicted ! . Factory Foreman Wins iPOWMTMlJ vr.'x.J. " HOTEL Wi lifi" Bli'eotory Protessional ' Clite Cc'Aiity Right To Take Case to Supreme oourt. "nirl.hcail, Circuit Court T, V Judge; Ben U, Hlrgo. Altoriioy; V. Attorney Law 1. Mldklff, Jailer; K. 11, Harnisa, Clerk; E. H. BlrMicad, .Master Coin-- ! HARTFORD, H. J". Collins. Trustee! iinlssioncr: Jury Fund; S. O. Kcown, Sheriff, Will prautlce his TVafili.ii ffl Otto C. Martin at It. "" UbU i IIUI tL OfAMERICAW IDlALJ lo-du- We have the right the John Deere line of Implements. ' Williams S Miller BEAVER DAM, KY. WEST a KENTUCKY SEMINARY AN ACCREDITED COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL BEAVER bAM, KY. Training of teachers a specialty. An exceptionally instructor giving his entire time to this Department Xmas. Daily class in Agricnlture. Tuition reasonable. after Good, cheap board. Common school graduates get free tuition in High School. well-train- Term Begin fcFor further particulars call on or Jeixn. 4-- , s 1915 addres-- J. LOGAN STILLWELL, President. i gai PAUL WOODWARD HARTFORD, KY. General Contractor and Builder Dealer in Light Building Materials. Can save you money on Cement, Plastering, Hoofing ami in fact, everything which goes SKK HIM HEFOKE into a modern building. Concrete Silos. not First Time RELIGIOUS SGHVICKS. just let It penetrate 'all MAKING YOUR PLAN'S. M. through the affected parts, relieve Is. Church. South S.wvlwa Until this year the sorcntss and draw the pain. You Trpatmonr morn,nK an" evening cveny first and -Cotlitr'i Its Iiccit' mini Sunday In each month. Sun- get ease at once and feel so much old at $5.50. Now 8Ch001 8:45 afOrWEAK! ' 1'raycr tlic price i S2.J0' better you want to go right out and ilmr nvnrv V,lna.ln.- ....,.i.... ,,.. anducliatrMVuriih W. Xnnlw. pastor. tell other sufferers about Sloan's. LUNGS Of cree. MEXICAN CHIEFS i nurch .Services morning Get a bottle of Sloan's Liniment for ,s,alt'st The following summary of disc can otfer it PflfKIIMPTinU evening cery second and fourth patches from Mexico was issued by 25 cents of any druggist and have it it a mil further ' ' reduction in euii. in the Sore and ? CANNOT AGREE the State Department late today: ?u ncction wit this . "Latest Information received indi- Swollen Joints, Lumbago, Sciatica that tired. run:'dJvn fppi: ' ,'u"" "I ncsday evening. Rev. A. s! Fettle. piiMuatK'.i. Your money back in chest, night sweats, hemorrhages) weak t ,,a,1or cates that quiet prevails along the jiid like nilments. Special Offer to Our Reader? """-If not satisfied, but It does give ""BS or consumption. wniccs every entire west coast of Mexico. m,i i ....... ,,uT V tuuiiii ouiiuay at ii a. in. nu- a hot- - OHIO MEDICAL News of Friction Betwesn Riva Uv osuuinir iln trfae demand (r CeH'tr'n st "A mail dispatch from Vera Cruz almost Instant relief. CD. o" m,',1 7 v; ,."' s",,lla-Ml'001 u. ' ccuMsus ' thr new puce. Hel.atci'taJe arrji.kTiini.K ti i Gwlnn, pastor. under date of December 13, reports tie ITcr it an.l nr , in t ublicttuii cicli in car Factions At The dr llir linn ii Ca'lirr'taiim Tl.i. alnntnl . SECRET SOCIETIES. that roving bands have been pilag-In- g ...a. . iilAnmiLi'tfnr'fY:. ..i i.i. n.....i .. i ilferan.lniutLctleiiaJantai;coJt'roii ;nl. K !5?3M fSfl in various parts of the State of Jlarlford Lodge No. L7.V V. nn,l ra I. ..'r...... Capital. What You Get jn Collier's iSL "1H',S ovpry fllJt Mndiiy night Vera Cruz. ... e womKr If. when ' c, month. W. S. Steve.ts. Mne of the .v man mspaicii ironi Ctl'itr't ii the imc liic, im!rrmlcnt. jrlcs ,.M.; Owmi Hunter. Secioiarv citizens of St. Louis reach that gold i wcrl u( ih ' olecounlri. ,i t only - u tl r ara, dated December 15, states that ,,cn cty Where celestial choirs make Hartford Chapter .No. it o. E. s. yinxl riiij.n's lianithank hut It it iNo a MKf.mlttl Kl. VashIngton, Dec. 2S. Dispatches meets every becuud utnl fourth .Moniiiauazmc lor the liole (.mil;. Atnot'j the U ttV.fr music by clear waters around a great IHV Vlkl Out a f!J!1!$i ? 5(3 arc, day evening, Mrs. .1. from the Brazilian Minister in Mex- Ignatcd IUIUIIU tlUllllt lllliil vss Vii3 i Cludad Guzman us the capi- white throne, they will not ask that !? i. Williams, t'linci n.lliori.l, jiai' tuticriinun dV . .!.: .IU8. 11. ... Will num. u ico City dated there early today and tal of tho State of Jalisco, to i.. 1000 300 New. I'.'iolo. . .. .. r; i l i.ft'i r i. i i hiiiy tuqucii. which t !. rinv " r... " "r it "lsa riiiiooiu .iiuior, se.Tutary. w. in.wiaiu Hi.i.vuii ,.. . received here tonight, described the place they have 250 Sliort Artlrlti transferred tho There are times and places where '' ,U.C,,,",;,., K,vrr '0,lt' I m ISO Short Molle. political situation us full of uncer8 100 ll!utrtr.l rrattrra State's archives. Another dispatch "Dixie" is not in tune with the spirit thousands 2 Complete Novel. tainty. under dato of December 17, reports of the occasion, and one would think B FOR KIDirlEY. LIVER AND BiIIodrloicK. ,r i ' '" " "' Collier's He referred to tl.e lack of $2.50) city of Guadalajara Is quiet a Christmas observance around a mu that the JJ STOMACH TROUBLE Hartford Tent No. Mi. K. O. T. M. 'between the .teveral chiefs, and in the hands of Vlllj forces. meets every first nnd tulid Thursday nicipal Christmas tree might be rec- - ti " ths best medicine ever sold Hartford Republican some of whom are advocating radical nights. It. T. Collins. CuiuuianJer; "The department has been ojllciul-l- y ogulzed as of them. Tho lovers of K over druggist's counter. 'L. r. Mooie, UecoiM Keeper. and e.xtrcino measures of governInformed that Maytorena has with- "Dixie" should be more discriminat.veiuo i.ouge ,o. 3KI L O. O. V. ment, but indicated that nothing drawn his forces from the trenches ing if they do not want to kill their meets every second and fourth Frialarming hud developed and that heretofore occupied (at Naco), burn- favorlto by making it too day nights In each month. (.. M. Hartrite and Good order was being preserved. ing his shelters. Ho Is reported to commonplace, and sometimes even nett, Noble Grand; V. it. Hedrlcl.. agents, also, the huvo gone- eight kilometers south. From Its own secretary. laughable, ns on that occasion when llnrtfoixl Camp No. 202 W. o ; Plate Department was advised tnat "Consul Slmplch reports ironi No- - Emma Karnes at tho Odeon, In gramerits every second nnd fourth Rat- friction extend between the Znp.Uu gales, Ariz'., that telegraph comniu- - ciously trying to adjust a highly irwnvMf ...... UlhlaV IllclltH In nnnli i.in,,tl PROCURED ADD'EFCNDitf..8,l"wal, I factions, based nlcatioii with Hennoslllo and Can and Gutierrez-Vill- a rt wiu tree rort, I ciawiui; m itijulu.IurexiMti't Williams, Council Commander: ' C ' trained voice to the ragtime of "DixFree mjvfre. how to otulil pHUuts. tr&do luting I chiefly on the desire of the former to. anea is interrupted. Ho nlso reports ie," cewrrUliU.ilc, IN ALL COUNTRIES. I Wallace. Clerk. UcCALL PATTERNS. scored a failure after years of JJjsletts Jirtet v.UH WotMngtuH mzts HmfA Celelirated.Jor Hyle. perfeet fit, tlmpltcltjr in Sunshine lllVO No. 12, L O T M execute many of tho officers who onco heavy losses In the State of Sonora brilliant success. Thero are places monry ana ojten ittfate. roiu in nearly meets every first and third" Friday ft served with tho federal army. At to railways and other property on Into which "Dixie" will not fit, Patent and Infringement Practice Exclutlvcty, nn.. nlcrlitfi In nnnli mniitli m .....:. i. .M.ti uircci. umiru .uiri und Write or eome to ui at uy injn .11... iore told tliaa present a decree Issued by Gen. Gu- account of Hoods. any uiner nun, W) Elfhtk CtrMt,BMr CtHd (UtnrtUrtOOc,! bera lor' lice citalouc. Grifrin, lidy Coininander; .Mrs. II. It is good enough to save from a WASHINGTON. O.C. K ?lf ls.r1,t. j. In. If lr.....l McCALL'S- MAGAZINE tierrez suspending all executions for "Consul Canada at Vera Cruz tele misfit. " ; othei Kejslone Chapter No. it:rjitr. whatever cause pending a fair trial graphs under date of December 26 no, it. t . Jlore iubscribrrt than, anyinvaiuau.f.fithlon iiME.ims luiuiun inomil. When the next Christmas comes lau .u meets every UIIIM SatlirdiW night B ele- that Carranza's foreign olllco claims Is in effect. The Gutierrez-Vill- a ",M! Il"rn, ilienniaLlnif, iMlllnerr it Is to he hoped that the war abroad r'1,n ""lns.Jncy i.eediewbik.jljirareiiine, In each month. John T. Mooie Hhrh 'lqielle, ment holds tho olllcers should bo giv- to hnve no knowledge of the reported will be no more, and lorle, etc. Only to centa I year (unrtfi I'rlonf V ' b' 1,ll8lt'y. Secretary. that wo can f bubjcrrSb double), includlnif a palte.n. .....V.. en a trial and be represented by arrest at Vera Cruz of Dr. Villareal, hear today, or trnJ tor amul AMERICAN SOCIETY OF EOI'ITV. pr. Christmas-treearound tho municipal Stato Officers President. .1. Il At,.. WONDEHFUE INDUCEMENTS counsel, but tho Zuplstas are under- of the Mexican Ited Cross. The Conas we did last year, the old GerPr'esl-ItoAxnt. I'oitai brinC premium catilomie Connell, ,, stood to be in favor of summary ex- sul adds that Dr. Vlllureal's present man "Tnnncnbaum" alternating with Addrcia ,i., " Princeton, Ky.: Vice Co.;! (II and ncttr cash prizela oQciii. J7U)5L..NEW. V0S uiiiiiey, .Muuiqiiuei'g """i McCAlL C3.St US W. termination of those who served the whereabouts are unknown." Secretary & 'iTcas.. S. U. Itobertson, the old English carols. Tho proHuerta or Carbajal regimes. CaLhouu, Ky.; Organizer, T. II. grammes should be restricted to such waters shm succeed i The American government Is en- A 'lest for Liver Complaint Mental- music, ns old as Christmas, as Hartford, Ky. old as SPECIALOFFER:irQfl Members Stato Executive Uoard deavoring to secure a general amnesly Cnhappy, I'liyhltnlly, Dull, U kilU New.VnUrM. Atrial Yule log, as old as the Teutons the 'H mikairou ear Dtrinmmut eiu turner. Pen Watson, Webster county; J. w. ty, and while no promises have been The Liver, sluggish and inactive, from whom we s spring, Dunn, Daviess MttCtHtttiH i 'f:!','!":,'.'.!:! Ohio county; E.county; lianry I'jrtle, and CURE the LMNiC. recognition will follow, first shows Itself in a mental state made that I. Itay, liardln counand who gave to Christmas its first U ID anw Temp, i vpiviHua imw. nw Tint C,kS- ty: C. Q. Davenportt, WaTren county. wittl IB HI. the Mexican factions understand that unhappy and critical. Never is there significance as a season of good will. UI Hr'f Ohio County Officers S. L. StevWITH unless a humaultarlun course toward Joy In living, as ,when the Stomach If we begin the singing of folk songs, Writ tOtkyj JHeBtUtm this Paper. Henry Plrtle, Sectheir opponents Is pursued the rec- and Liver are dolnt; their work. Keep there will be no end until thero Is MAAAMWtWAAMW j ens, President; retary; S. B. Bennett, Treasurer. ognition of the United States will bo your liver active, an1 .healthy by us- an end of the municipal Christinas SEND 10 CENTS COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION. Lumtm rU aj Hk'rM ikIt tbU TaUsbU J ing Dr. King's 'ew Life Pills: they treo Itself, Globe Democrat. withheld. The United Stutes Osna Shults, Chairman, Hartford, t OUW MNTt 9ftpB1'UflMr Wild Is J Id iHiricHTM myuifi PffHpau run nym, Ky. has Indicated clearly that empty the bowels freely, tone up your jfHICE Ml ftWUl U Jl'UW1MfMLrubU.lC. i 1. O. L. Terry, Hartford. Ky. n. LI It will look with disfavor on con- Stomach, cure your Constipation and ,n.w.MM.'rattoiaf.ttLi TrUiBottie fttt 2. T. J. Brooks, Fordsvllle. ICy. AND ALL THROAT AND LUNQTaOUBLES. tinued executions and its remon- purify the Hlood. 25c at Druggists. 3. Ira Bozarth, Olaton, ICy. strance Is believed to have been large lluckleu's Arn'lca Salve excellent for 4. II. O. Autry, Balzetqwn. Ky. FOR FLETCHER'S aUiJtANTlUJED ATXSFAUX'O&n ' 5. B. Q. Austin, Prentiss. ly responsible for the Gutierrez de - i'ilesi OR MONEY REFUNDED, I 0. J. L. Brown, Rocknort, Ky, aSKMMMkMMBMkMt rub It in Washington, Doc. 2S. Justice LaIn n c!lr where coed Viofcli I bound, the Powhatan beads the y mar, o( tin' 3uprcinc Court, list. granted un appeal from tho decision It li first In the hcatti ct its countrymen. of the Georgia Federal Court, whicli rtr refused to release Loo. M. Fra.uk on a habeas corpus proceeding. Frank Is under death sentence for tho murder of Mary Pliugan, an Atlanta fac,Hnilnal and dlvor Tu.sduy In January and first Tiles- -' Uco "r Uw' l tory girl. day in October. clso, .Mr. Smith Imlng County Attor- The celebrated case now comes Other County Officer- s- C. S. Mov- - itr-- is frtn nnicu'ciiiK ucU before the highest court in'ihe land, w,u w? a goal for which attorneys of the The rwliatan n refinc.T, In rfhulti, Superlu- -' Ottlna Olaton, Ky.; and restful. Its excelcondemned man have been fighting temunt, Hartford: Dr. A. U. Hllev, ' Harford bu.ldliig, lent location on Pennsylvania for week and which was once preAvenue, ISth ami II Street, llnrtlort'; T. H. Iiuntoii, ford, K" nukes it a tlcMrablr licadquar-let- s Hoad Engineer, tlartiord. viously denied them, nlthough on i. (or bridal couples, tourist parties, conventions, Schools and another phase of the proceeding. lolleges. , JfSTIcnS' COt UTS. In the present proceeding, Frank's The Powhatan attracts the People of culture and education. attorneys argued to the Federal I'd. Shown, Hartford, Tuesday aftIts proximity to State, War and er yd .Moi.dny In .March, Tuesday art- Attorney Law Court of Georgia that State courts Nav Department. al.o to man? er M MomMy In June, Tuesday aftpoints of Imtorieal intetert, In which Frank had been convicted HARTFORD, KY. makes this lioicl tsrrcially er ud Monday In 'files- of murder, had lost Jurisdiction over to a discriirjiiaiing pubjday after M .Monday In iJeccinber. ASSOCIATED WITH M. L. IIKAVIUN lic. their client, because he had not had L. A. McDanlel, ItoiKport, Friday Tin Powhatan cSers roem This office It ciiiii)Kil for handafter :;d .Monday in March, Friday a fair frJa) and had been convicted with detached bath at J1.50, S2.C0 and rp after oil Aloiulay In June, Friday ling Coniuierclal Law and Collection Keoflj with priin an atmosphere of violence. They vate lath, $2.50, JJ.CC and u?. after Sd Mommy In September, t asked tho Georgia Federal Court to Write for looMc! wiiS Friday after ..! .Monday In De- Items as well as other legal and litigated matters. Tractile in all the release Frank on a huba-corpus CXIF?Oi:t) M. LEWI.. cember. Manager S. V. Leach, Cromwell, Wednesday courts. I'lompt and vigorous senlco. writ. Justice Newman refused and M. L. Hcavrlu's Office. 3d Monday In March,, Wed( after inclined to grant an appeal to the nesday after Sd .Monday in June, - jtl'iiuii)li') hit ilfil'Ti7 '"!'" iTi,'-Tiprenic Court. The appeal to JusWitlncsdny after .'Sd Monday in Seppermits tleo Lamar, granted tember, Wednesday after IJd Moil- - T." Wii:.sTll.VTTO. filTOC MltTI " " """ Vriiiunrlt, K.t. day In December. Iliirtlnril K.. them to bring their case up for he.tr ( EaZES03SUGffitaMK H. C. Tlch.'nor. Contertown. Sat. i ing In WashiiiKton. STRATTON & MARTIN Surday after 3rd Monday in wtffi HAVE YOUR SL'ITS Justice Lamar in a statement ex IS Attornoys at Law plaining why he had granted the ap9 Wlnson Smith, Select, Tuesday CROMWELL, - KY. peal, said the application for the ap- r after L'd Monday In Matvrr, Tuesday peal presented an entirely different alter I'd Monday In Miy, Tuesday Will jiractlcc their profession In thtli-anafter od Monday in August, Tuessituation from the application for a djolniug countlus. Collections, day after I'd Monday 'in November. writ of error which he had declined Commercial and Criminal Practice y W. S. Der, Dundee. Repairing and Dyc- to grant some time ago. He cited Trompt and vigorous-service- after the second Monday In Specialty. I March, several constitutional questioiiswhich .Notary In office. ing WnCsday after ad Monday In May, Wednesday after lid Monday were involved in the present appeal Ladies work given In August, Wednesday after I'd Monwhich, lie said, the Supreme Court 0 day In November. 1 had never passed upon. I Den F. nice, Foitdsvllle. Tuesday For those reasons, he added, there i! Hats Cleaned and latter 2d Monday in .March, ThursI AM day after I'd Monday In May, Thurswas "probable cause" for the appeal. ) Repaired. day after I'd Monday In August, The appeal will be docketed in the (Thursday after 2d Monday In No- To do any kind of Yfterina- Supreme Court as soon as the clerk Work called . vembcr. ry work. Hon-'csI mules and of the Federal District Court in ? Ben W. Taylor. Ralph, Friday aftGeorgia forwards the necessary pacows nettl not die for want of er I'd .Monday in March, Friday after 2d .Monday In May, Friday alter 3d Club pers constituting a record of the $1.00 Calls answered attention. Monday in 'August, Friduy after 2d $ proceedings in his court. day or niRht. Monday In November. The case would be heard by the HAIITFORD 1'OLICB COURT. full court in the ordinary course of O. C. .Martin, Judgo; .McDowell A. Hartford Pressing Clilb, Veterinary Surgeon Foglc, City Attorney; J. i Stevens, in about a year and a half business Marshal; Court com cues second Monunless the State of Georgia should Hfirlfot-cl- , GUNTiiKlt IlLD(5.,CKNTKIt ST. Ky. day In each month. ask to have It advanced. Meanwhile City Council J, c. Her. Major; R. HARTFORD, KY. Frank's execution Is stayed. T. Collins.- Clerk: J.- K. iinm Tm.il. .,...., urer. .lemuers of Council J. C.ai.w t. Riti-netCapt. A. D. White. A. K. Fate, Keep It Handy for Rheumatism. D. Italph, A. C. Yelser, W. J. II. Xo use to squirm and wince aYid Gillespie. , YOU School Trustees J. D. Duke, Chairtry to wear out your Rheumatism. It The - National . Weekly man: It. T. Collins, Secrotary; Dr. Apply will wear you out instead. J. W. Taylor, and W. K. Kills. some Sloan's Liniment. Need ' t Ollnioro Kcown. Court convoncs first ail1 '"""'l PinctJcti . Sw laity. Monday In February and continues . three wecl,s; third .Monday In April, f5 two wtvKs; third Mondaj In Uctober, , fV. , . .. two weoKs ..a.WI County Court -- John I). Wilson, Law Judge; V. v. llliinkuiiHlilp, Clern; ainltli, l. G.conyenes Attorney, ilartrtml. HARTFORD, KY. Court first .Montlmy In euuh Mp.sui. v. n. Uarmt, awl C. E. moniii. tjnurtcrJy Court UiIns on tho Saif.h announce that Uwv have Tortiv X!?t1 -- -. " rSrUTlfiS " .Smith Attorneys at WS&XtftfKJ&a t vi-"- Trsa Ts 0ia Ajr j lurr umm Hart-Corone- r, ARTHUR D.K1RK at ' n.-?. -il ' I to-da- " S"?' I Cleaned s Pressed I W1-inceda- neatly done. special attention. PREPARED . delivered. month. for and rate per W. H. RIUEY WILL TAKE OUR Collier's Colliefs in Clubs FREE iyr "", . BKiiiitviBr - - D- - house-againsV- Colds, "" ', rnHU,i"Ca " v : - ,( -o- -o- i ..-.- . i I r- -r E A Sg&gkg&.h UJ, X ( J14V a i - . ''! i :- - 'ftEI -! - Z&t TtJ: !rtr-tron- y ,; lc S5l WnSS T i :? ' i u :s'- - ""'" )pZ.2U i ' . I nvy - xFjftj I I ."iW'K.ffi n.u-i,.OM "-ii- A 1 tk , SEEDS I T .:,.:. Ual-mal- n, KILLtkc COUCH Anglo-Saxon- nt K J i W1U Children Cry CASTO R A SSH Dr.Kirje's Niw Discowy FfmrycH vuma AA r XVSNVVVXVVVVNVVVVVxvxv. Children Cry for Fletcher's vBmVBBaaVBaaVaBBBSaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaY''"BBBBfc aAr .? ... ,. S2 A futs-yrea-c "" sittZ2 ..,.. IV-Jl5'-- ,,4 ., juiirs, una KIllllll "". nml wlildi lias been s&nnitiro aim lias rcn ,i 7 "I aiw ""'"' I'HIUI'UVI! .i... IIUS, III . j-- 6 innuo tutltwtflut,a . " -under Ills ii .Villi "tltut-iu-xonti" iKirno tlio CouiihM-felH.JiiiHiitlonsru- ""v' r ncr- - o urn but Casforia Is a lmnnloss snlisftlnto fur Castor Oil, Para-trorl- f, Drops and .Soothing ,Sjn:p.! ont.,Iiis iieltliiT Opium, Morplthiu inJt is pla"m r (,cM-Mibsliiiii-e- . Us ro is Its guarantee. It iletrv.s K.trrollo IViipiim mill allays Tor nuiro thai' th'rl'y vca-- s bus boon in cntiiMt use for tlio rollo' of CmisUjmiion,It 1 lata rncy, Iml Tollc, all TcrMiIng IMiirriH'rt. It ri'friiliitKS 11m Stomai-- Troubles a:l ami Uov.i Is, m1s,,,j! ". "" 1,'. J,Ml B,v,,,ff ln'nltliy anil natural aleci,, 'J Children's Panacea Tlio Mother's Trleud, - What is CASTOR! A wurcumt yuears fiJA VA9 Signature the 1 ALWAYS of The Kind You Have Always Bought THI CIWTUW COMPANY. In Use For Over TT MUHWT 1THEIT, NtW YORK CITT. 30 Ye3PS Starck Pianos No Money iiiAiIvnnco Sntinfnc (lou tiuur nut cod VBBBBBBBSV LowonCNet I'nclnry PriooH y 1 K it h ot Tor in n A Snvi ii! o! SlOO to S2UO I'm in tory Direct Fac- A STARCK Wo Will Slllll VOU n llOnillifUl StnrtlC Pi.inn f..- - 10. fr.n f.-- .1 In viiif homo. Nonuh required. All we mfc l thai you win play upon. "js rr..i tc.il IliU plumt fur JO mo. If. at tlio end i,f thai unit, you do r. t llnd It Uio lilK1 "ft Brndc. tnncl and tit rv Plann In m hnvn wiv. hv.ii for the inomy. jou are at perfect liberty to send it bucK, ami wo will. In that pay t'.e l both wujs. Tina SUrck Piano must mal;o good with you. unl, Ih or there no sale. nwi-eU.- i' tr-r- 30.DAYS' FREE TRIAL .io' Savi $150.00 or Mora tiS! tl of jour piano. euarantce ti furaUli 'jvhj u hrttir piano for (lit monrr llian ou cm "tit cltev.licre.sweetYou areimiirrd ofhutti mud? toned durable i Mtlifictory Vc i:,c Vie aliiii 3 ilrnt to vnti from our factory, nt that aaic)uu upward of 1S0.00 In the E33J Paymants You pay no eal down, LjI after 30 iViyi of trial, ou ean pjymrnt on ths low. cit. easKit trrrn cvir tuci;estiJ by a plann nuimljcturer. Tliie ternn are arramcnl to 'ilt jour cvmenliiire, an I It l poalhle for yiKi lu ln.y o prmo for lioroe, without I c tt- nmncy. I'I'lU. CR.Ys-- n n:-rai- la aiarcK Pltno r.cratcrtt, fur 25 yr.ir. Ikii KUrnt4 ht beU (if it our 35 yriii gf pitao tiprrifnc, nd the rrpu-Uilo- n Errrr Hurt U liyf-?ilrWb hate eonitanllr oi lianl illiihtly uaM a !jrRnvirli-o- f ar.d aecond'liand plcnoa of aH aundard malei taken In for new htarrk I'lano The follow. tnl I'Uyer-PliaInc are few sample brjaini i r nf nn rtiioniible. piano liouw. 50 Frss Muslo Lessens To nciy purctiawr of SUret IManoi, we (;h (r music Ioi.ii. in one of the bct l.n.m-- Klioolt In you Chcgn. Thte rta take In your own home, by mall. Thlt rrpreaenU one year's trre Imtructlon. Weber Stdnway Chickering Kimball Starck $110.03 92.00 00.00 95.00 193.00 Btarck Player-I'fair- x tr the !wt artl mnl tiaiitU fut Player Ptanoa on tae market. You will be with the many feature! of the wonderful Iruitu.Tinui. and wilt be lilnwl with the love pricea at which they ein be wrtircd. q f?nd todav for. our new beautifully illuitrated piano you lok which givei informa- a larce amount of tion refardln; pianos. Thia Uk will Interest and pleaie ro- - Write today. Why Not Cut Kpcn.es? 2 Why not practice economy In tho MtlafTlW conduct of tho government Instead of levying a war tax? Wo havo no war; why pay a war tax, Junt lie roicmics fall off and a deficit stares us In the face because of ,n Free-Trad- e pollcy7 Cut expenses; don't burden the people. Hut all the "statesmen" wnnt a peep Into tho "pork barrel." A sound-heade- d business 11111 11 would cut expenses to fit tho revenue. That expenses can he cut without Injuring the public J service teveryone knows who Is fa- miliar wilt the manngement of any department of tho Government, from the salary lists down to tho smallest In Three Volumes Items of expenditure there Is entirely too much extravagance. The war tax This man caused the lust is u Democratic confession that tho general European war. rnderwood Tariff Is a, dismal fail ure." v.ellsuoro (ra.) Agliator. His personal memoirs, written His "Ileal Mhiicns." . . .. !y his secretary, Baron IX farming, published in Modern Meneval, arc full of the most New Orleans, presents some suzar absorbing incident's, espccijlly in statistics that are of timely interest. view of the present graat EuroThe United States 1914 beet crop pean struggle. is estimated at Ci'0,000 tons, bouls-i.ina- 's Just a hundred jcars ago, his ambi-tiobathed the Continent in a sea of cane produclon 225,000 tons, blood. Fratioe alone, under his leaderthe Hawaiian cine crop 100,000 tons, ship, fought Gerimny, Ktuiia, Austria, and Porto Itlco's 350,000 cms. This lt.ily, and Grwt Hrttain anj ivtrt. gives a total of 1,G35,000 tons of domestic sugar in sight for the coming year against tho United States' consumption demand of about .1,400,-00- 0 Ily special arrangement i 1th ths pubtons. To make up the remaindlishers of COLLIER'S, The National er It would require all of not more eekly, e are enabled to otTcr a limited number of these than Cuba's probable 1915 crop of e sets of the Memoirs of Napoleon free with 1,750,000 oris, as the apparent dea year's subscription to Collier's and ficit. This means insudlciency of this paper. The etfer is strictly limited full supplies, and necessarily high to get advantage of it you must act sugar values will rule, and perhaps promptly. hold for several years to come. The Sherlock Holmes Stories farm paper proceeds to say: Exclusively in Collier's In this connection the American AH ehs 5'ieiloclc llolmei itotlM puotlihrl in sugar consumer may well ask himlIS will be jriniei eiclmlielr In Ciliier'i. The "Laii'mlnut'1 p cturel of ibe Fjropean self what price level would sugar Wic w.ll appear eveir week in tte photiapblc u( Colliei't. really go to If Louisiana, Hawaii and it fiction The riiten lll appear each eek Porto Klco were not sugar producers la short itory inj terlal form. to the extent they nre? Aid where Mirk Sullivan's llnely Cditcriali and wllelr Comntnn on Centre.! nil! continue 10 b; would tho sugar be secured to feed aa exclutive tenure. tho United States? Obvously prices Special Offer to ourReaders would soar to unparalleled figures Your own borne paper aud COLLIER'S. Ths and a distressing condition arise from National Week!; together wl'h nc I'iree v.Iurnei ol Nipoleo-i'- j Mcmolri ail if itiew ui eel Lit the actual deprivation of tills necessary price ol Collier's alone, plui 50c ra cover lb? cost article of diet. In the face of these ol picking an! thippinc lie Vbmolri. Q Sen J rujr orier to taUctlicc no, if yoj ar; facts, which call for n reversal of alreaJr a tuowaib;?, your s:lnpiK n wi.l b: exsugar legislation for the Protection tend eJ for uie yjar from it j pw scat Jaicof exptraiion. nf the American public in the future COLLIER'S $2.50rs?ii coDbha-loJ induaiaf tiie against possible sugar famine in Hartford liiroe volni.ie J?M years to come, we may expect PresiRepublican dent Wilson to show his real business and right the error he has made through forcing passage of the free sugar bill. If you expect the Professor to show any "real bigness' of this sort you promptly obtained la S He IwJ or no Ium. We obmln PATCNTSi are doomed to disappointment. HAT PATri'iTcriutUoraUjorougUy,a.tour Is not built upon any large lines. He : lionio, ui4 cl you to succeaa. aoctinojn, phoiocr sketch for rnrr report it was who forced free eugar- - into on patentability, to yeara' prseUeo.. SURthe Underwood Tariff bill against the PASSING RIFCF1ENCES. ForfrMUuide wti i to advice of the ablest men of his party. B03-BO- B Seventh Street, doctrln- He Is a stubborn Free-Trad- e nwoniwUTOH, EJ. C aire. As well look to see the leopard change his spots as expect Wood-roWIIboii to repent or recant a single one of his Cobdenlte theories. It is true, as Modern Farming insists, that the facts all call for reversal l)ut that Tiie Thrice-a-Wee- k of free sugar legislation. Edition reversal will never come until a Protectionist Congress and administraOf The Hew York World tion come. FREE FREE It Always Helps to do at of my housework. After taking three bottles of Cardm, I began to feel like a new woman. I soon gained 3d pounds, and now, I do ail my housework, as well as run a big water mill. 1 wish every suffering woman would give I I says Mrs. Sylvaula Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., fa writing of Jier experience with Cardui, the woman's tonic. She says further: "Before I began fo use Cardui, my back and head would hurt so bad, I thought the pain would kill me. I was hardly able Memoirs of Napoleon I Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness, tired, worn-ofeelings, etc., arc sure signs of womanly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's tonic. You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing women for more than fifty years. ut trial. I still use Cardui when I feel a little bad, and it always does me good." a The Woman's Tonic Get these Memoirs Free three-volum- Get a Bottle Today! i t u 164 JAMES & CO., Pirst Class LiverymeH Centertown, - Kentucky. fin-- Prompt Attention and Good Service. TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, OUR'-CLUBB'lN- Gi RATES. Globe-Democrat TRADE-MARK- J w The Republican and Louisville Herald fl.3E. , 1.75 The Reptblican and St. Louis 1,60 The Republican and Home and Farm 1.75 The Republican and 3.50. The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald 3.50 The JttEPUBHOAN and uauy uwensooro inquirer k O'boro Messenger 1.75 . The Republican and 1.75 The Republican and Kentucky Farmer The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. 1.30 ' The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirers... 1.50 The Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.60-Twice-a-Wee. Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN. WHY NOT MAKE ' Deafness Cannot Be Curetf by local applications, lis they cannot reach tho diseased portion or the car. There ia only one way to cure deafness, and that la by constitutional remedies. Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous llnlnu of the Eustachian Tube. When this tube ts inflamed you have a rumbllne sound or imperfect hearing, and when It Is entirely closed. Deafness Is the result, and unless the inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to Its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed forever: nine cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh, which Is nothing but an Inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces. We will give One Hundred Dollars for any caae of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, free. F. J. CHENEY A CO., Toledo, Ohio. Bold by Druggists. 75c. Plane look Frat Practically a Dully at The Price of a Weekly. No other Newspaper iu the World Gives so Much ut so liOWa Pi-ice- . $2005 A MONTH -- That's ' S50. The year 1914 has been the most extraordinary in the history of modern times. It has witnessed the outbreak of the great European war, a struggle so titanic that it makes all others look small. You live in momentous times, and you should not miss any of the tremendous events that nre occurring. No other newspaper will inform you with the promptness and cheapness edition of the of the fThrlce-a-Wee- k New York World. Moreover, a year's subscription to it will take you far into our next Presidential campaign. World's reguThe Thrlco-A-Wee- k lar subscription price Is only $1.00 per year, and this pays for 1G6 papers. We otter this unequaled newspaper and TIIK HAltTFOKD REPUI1LICAN together for ono year for $1.U5. The regular subscription price of the two papers is S2.00. well-to-d- o a Week, almost Selling Victor Safes and Ore-pro- $10.00 a Day boxes lom Send for our latest complete econd'hand bargain list. P. A. STARCK PIANO CO., 1313 Starck Bltlg., CHICAGO ii I D Wtl TOT 5 n -- -- M'- ir liBa - Take Hall's family Pills for constipation. f JWjV!i'JS w i Fare daily vnp 3 02 detween a,, Prompt Action 'Will Stop Your Cough. tiLrJS. j fljsj.'T-w- i feEVELAND SI RUFFALO ' lHBiSvlKf7?)rfIvtX'V '".,y'"- tial711' IjAi J wrs:Mi v-- - -- ..r.Br. Ii l im.iWi9ir-Bi.fi -,- V-rW I 1 IB- nl j'laUlidojlrr tuflUui'lM. In 'S.ta'HII !!. Oil Dailv I ijrgcr 1.1 rw " ('-- J " "''' ' ' (' Im .V tUri'.UU--Ma,rlxCl,-i.Uil !V)0 .i r.n H.U LJ4 .abi.r r. M. fMBQ- - uu ""' Air..oUu3.1a r-- llVd t CtrVBllod ar.d CLEVELND ivi. II. y V'Cvcf EuT;alo fJSyliB P.iu-iit- Old Lady I've brought back this war map you showed me yesterday, & BUT7ALO T.'IAN3IT Mr. Drown. It's not up to date. I've been looklug all the morning for Armageddon, and can't find it marked unywhore. Punch. Tho most economical, cleansing and BUCXttE'S BL'LQS Sl'CCLED. ' germicidal of all antiseptics Is ESPECIAL OFFER' 1 OVER 66 YCAnS' ' lUJa to build Neir lluUe4. A lireuk It RnrkW. "Pull nl life" Kocthem CroM Your Cold Is Dangerous EXPcr.ieNce ulll mtilcA vou Mrmanpnt ouu ' Pedigreed Seeds have a reputation of jSyearat Up Now. ' tmnnr. luccesalnl seed grcwiog behind tucui. It uya ' money Hatlaf artlon miruita)! rct ouX refunded. Dlant the best. catching. A runA Cold is readily c...UA.ia ra.iiajiiiMWNwnaH Seasonable Specialties OUUTCUU VVUOUIUajij .!.. down system Is susceptible to Germs. lb aUWalfaat IfMutititJ sUl tltaM UjftalsjL. FMlfcaf Hle- BBANS I Uls, PptMf vsmvmu !, rwnsuaia aw Ptitia), tMni Earliest Red Valentine . . $.jo Bushel maemue. tjfisavi. You owo It to yourself and to others A soluble Antkeptic Powder to Relueee lixtra Early , , jj.15 bushel NswStriuglesi GrnnPoa . Ji.?o Bushel of your household to fight the Germs be dissolved in water at needed. naruwen a imp. money wax 14.J0 nusnei IWriidePra UtellAlllUis7 Miatiomtht at once. Dr. Doll's Davis New While Wax Traoc Marks li.7 Bushel As a medicinal antiseptic for douchc3 sssSsiisafspJafcsssaafaiSa,) WrUtO'dy riraiaNS Currie's Rust froof Wax Bushel jo is fine for Colds and Coughs. It in treating catarrh, lnllammatlon or SBND an CHINTZ COPVRIQHTS &C. PEAS. 1 1.J3 Bushel Mlta Ml ?MlUt Ml Extra Early Alaska, . loosens the Mucous, stops the Cough ulceration of noso, throat, and that II .1 MM raatpw.. .nu.. .... HMlf. thU IIImU. JlMtU4 Anron nonillna; a Mietrn ana aesenpunn m7 SIM., HMNI. woetuer New Early Gradus I StWirM 9 quliltlr aamrmlii our oinloii freo Conimiinleii. u m....nw n V. w H mm ut hi 5 jo nusnei and soothes tho Lungs. It's guar- caused by feminine Ills it has no equal. liiromlon 11 prolmbly imajiiuhlo. tuwHirwu.ai'Hi..fiMu. Horsfoid'i Market Garden j.jo Bushel I la Oawaasiarauoa w a nu..wi. wimiirtj vwimm tloushtrttlircoiiddoiiUal. HANDBOOJ BucLbee's Llthtnlng Express jj 00 Bushel anteed. Only 25c at your Drug- For ten, years tht Lydla G. Plnkham I .I.M l.ll,. . ..I. ..M.MI.I.. , ent frco. Oldeal oeurr ur aecurina; patenta. Lattuca. ataallsau. Tomato, and a full line of taken tDrbuiftf lluni A lo. recolra i . L.luH MsBulsakaalaaartaMMrtw. 1 Medicine Co. has recommenced Paxtine tpecut notla, without cliAsaj Hi lb txeds. Plants aud liulba at lowest growina; prices. gist. In their private porrespondence with Send for complete catalogue or submit a list at kl, W,'WaMrv jtooxrou, ux. requirements and wuTquote price. four women, which proves Its superiority. CKnniic Buy direct from the grower Save Money. A Women who have been cured say lini.u.l. IflMaitaMtatat fjaaklv. Jjrjreiclr- Write today. Mention ibis paper. CuUiiu.i at MOT clenUr.o Journal, 'forma. 13 ft It is "worth its weight la gold." At " iV.rA,ouBW,ur,'w awaif FOR FLETCHER'S druggists. POc. large box, or by mall. The Paxtoo. Toilet Co., Boston, Mass. . n...ir..Ni.r.i-i.lBLu.la.i- r sirri THE CLEVELAND ier ttwrcm. 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BULBS' av Ladies' ave Money and Ket ia Styh by Readisg McCral'j r:cra3'a::iaituenl!l I I Magazine and Usisg iilcCall Patterns MtWltS MACJ!N '.-flu yim in 11 11 v- -j l s w.l . v 1 1 aa siaaawauL. uauiiaai I I VvCl J I j !.(.tf.f. UiK fashions j'.. i ! n ly hoop.i & o'i I. J Pi Plue-Tar-Hon- I .'W.--.- r..U liiio. AUu lli.iLlo liifiirm-ilkn- . 1 .1 l.vtl Hiil.tl r nil nioucrs. tij.iy a vtfjr liu'liidin-l n f 'U- - r"!'tril. fcuU- -' i - 'Ji r.Ui.ivil Pl!II3.J Iu , wii I KWH-I- t H. W. BUCKBEE Children Cry CASTORIA UIKI rlnlil.i toutsolf sud CI. I' I ,:ikU luehrr Uiuu. U tvuts beud fuf f.eo i'atlerti Ws Wa Cm Y.a Tiat PiMala tit getllns' ilyid Tir fno Premium t'nial cuo and Cukq I'rue.OlTer. Tfl( C0L CUaaiT. 2M la 2 Brt! 37 Si. Y9 tOK ' ' 1 HtC'J p.iitiu wi OHii lioui.v wi Ii) trr. ivntii.t-- 1. uv.ui;u,,lo'ccy. icmit'jrou'tim-A'il.iTO'ir a no y tiKi.-.- cr kiuj . .1 l I'lUiul jr" ' ... ..r I' Ml ti.ipcjNt 1 I SHOU) PROPHETS :bj gene morgan. Jf,') -- "CniODY who eays the world Is vrvdnp Jens superstitious must, s stalking through tha ills cap. Every year about w Jbwaosr r. old Superstition shows monster In a "W a Jh.vMT ltMtet- .wire, f 'no longer tako out against ghosts, and If wo raar ia.rirf.tgob.lIn we'd, want to know TO'ji?jo'fil bellhop had grown tliC3o Jiiit tiicro Is one kind of WVk wc scorn to ho Riving 7r- - 3.uinrat;enent all tho time,, arid (JwI Trttno 7Je,w Year prophecy. "TVj ttmc "New Year prophet Is a ?tMMltil'A'Ji(I. If he ever has any Rood jvfirmc the future, ho caie-afi- j irpilihlea, at tho hard ground with ai $Mtfint ami Juries It. Bad ncwa. s IVKilty.,llsa&ter, catastrophe, &re the staple groceries 1m prefers to deal. And ho Jskki.& a olorer way of making good, iA, -- t car-nap- ky&ra-headc- collect, Instead of paying tbo boy your--, self. It's safo to propticclzo that In tho year 1915, A. D., jou arc going to keep ,most of your good resolutions If you n made them in an earnest, sincere, spirit. Instead of In the, usual, automatic way, like glvlng'a fence Its annual' whltowash. It's safo to forecast that you'll keep out of debt, that you'll Increase your hank account and llcenso that you'll get your for health and happiness If, Instead of growing: dreamy-eyeand wondering what the New Year may bring try-agaigilt-edge- d d LATEST WAI NEWS PE-RU-N- A The Traveler'a Companion Monday, (iprnmny Assisted by light cruisers, destroyers nnd submarines, seven British naval nlrmon, piloting scaplnnca, made n daring nttnek Christmas day on the German navnl huso nt Cuxhnvcu, nt the mouth of tho Ellto. Six of tho nlrmcti returned Bafely, hut the soventh, Commander Hewlett, It Is feared, has been lost, (is his machine wns found The acoff Helgoland wrecked. tion of the British navy In thus attempting to "dig out" the German fleet brought about a hnttle between tho most modern of war machines. The British squadron. Including tho light cruisers Arethusn and Undaunted, which have been engaged In previous exploits on the Gorman coast, was nt tacked by Zeppelins, seaplanes and submarines. Atr. Arthur I n Tierce. 261S Shcr-lda- i- f I I lisJfJ LoulJ, Mo. "Tho alue of curnltvo I'eruna is truly wonderful. I think It especially valuable no a specific tor catarrh of tho system, nnd for a man who hns traveled for years ns I hac nnd who H certainly exposed to Irregular meals and uncomfortable Bleeping accommodations, I'eruna Is one of his best nnd most needed trawling companions. It throws off Ave, St. M tUeaso and Itcers him well. mlsfor-txtnu.tfac- therefore linrtlly recommend It." Those who object to liquid medietas can now procure Poruna Tablets. I Tst prophet wears crepe JSaXTToScsveryiornlnB while he Is putieS?arw a - f SCg-!x- ad face and murmurs tho worst Is jet to that wvs. He .floes this In orderweep the and vKtfn! may 'grow pale ami sti'wt. ftle Just loves to show us a vmurm a. Song. "rownaaS-aiKm-tijat foracisi In order. 'Ho also fMo.t'OB New Year "v way the his predictionsprophet to sjoU on Is rime. of bad luck there Tsa. i?n ifooti&e to earthquake, and "frwiit iplacuo to war. As this globe oT RfiTjiMifyi!en anJoylng a steady diet of SNm flhmgc since the year one. the ".aeTcarmraphet rarely goes wrong, "firatf waves his printed predictions sunrflite itlowr. and warbles. "I told you player, and r: 23e Ms a sure-tblnnwwVfj'jstltfcEas. chance that Is not a six- awnVJse every fit g forecashe is safe ting antniboon in tho Pacific ocean, wM"i mKl tiestrojr shipping, but he Twalftitt .Bare to predict that James SlmwlQ pay me that ten dollars he umexznt.ft)etore the first of next April. 'Xte.'ttsSs 'it 'advisable to foresee a old thing can hap-jfs r3B "Cnina but under no toouM he venture the belief nu'rely keep all the good UhM. 1 made on the evening of Ster'sEStBrice, In -clrcum-stitntsm-- not too long for Indoor liclieve I should Ul:o to take wri of making New Year HWfwaMiiss. For tho benefit of looking for bright rpwww: oiea at this kind of work. I "tiuiv-Mu np a few sample prophecies Jlwi MEH It makes no difference how 3c KW tether by crystal gazing or ajyrnctMtJfic methods. However, I "it without the aid of a aMmdidl almanac or other weapons. ciiist&wce, I predict that: TVh January 'die days will be a little 3)gfniKJd lco will be cheap. On Jan- TOr Xwrru 9M!i&, Ci u Zktt A 25wibsr"38. 'iM .'nought tho pay was steady and c Ever and Anon That the iWorst lb Yet to Come. he .real bin will be empty, will chop up a parlor chair. awritk of February will take Hy 2b U)A to pass a glen point. "rawmtlitt.- - 111 be extremely unset- ..TFtie;, a.iL' ten It Is not stormy the : irfc'wjL'i m jjaito calm. In spite of the viJW is'JS 'Cherry trees will bloom r.oi.i. STti'uruary 22 In all cundy store ituri -- t srV-l&e- r 'tn vviirt, rtn cause optimists to throw ztwuto tbrslr overcoats nnd shed their ynckly underwear. When tho wuW npiSl gets back on the Job, fresh, will be ono of the the season. J4t71 TO ome in with a sore foot, fcuzvMis; tfir.lid.an opera hat which com-''i"smesjundod a brick. April will v3k.-.iKt month, and early umbrella t1H iJ reiortcd from many SFldo will hero begin to shed -t ij s re-pti-u. Tll come In like a lamb A'akiug the baby, and will go ,'(. "4)b jl K'onlno monster who has jiur--J lioincone eny he Is get-M- t' ltain checks will bo Issued tn e&t tlijs condition la reversed. 'Win'-rTill ho Bonio warni weather, ITBanS: vd Atvl!il !:. Ml J can Jo. To confesa up, therensi yihin difficult about It. For anyvwvwuflfa mHiri- -r RtfVi--c a prophecy which shows New Year prophet. Yes, Vtij' previous training, or ex- in sending spirit luouaasen Knglnnd The British Cabinet held u special meeting yesterday to consider the American Government's note conrernlng the delay to American shipping. It Is not expected, accord-lu- g to dispatches, that a reply to the note will be drafted for several days. protest continues Risla The Russian Emperor has The American opinion in Loudon. to On January 21 the Coal Bin Will Be public Joined Grand Duko Nicholas at head- absorb Empty. quarters In Poland. The Russians I'lance A squadron of German forth, you step out on the right foot, apparently have gained ascendancy with your eyes to the front. Decide over the Austrians in South Poland aeroplanes Hew over Dunkirk yester that when old Dame Fortune mcet3 and Gnllcla. The Russians report day and ropped bombs in the streets, you jou'll be' plugging along the a series of victories from Middle Po killing II f teen persons and wounding straight and narrow-- path, and then thrty-tw.Soldiers llred on the ma you. land to the Carpathians, claiming she won't have room to side-stechines, hitting one Taube, which esBo your own prophet and predict a 30,000 prisoners. caped. A French eyewitness, in a year of hard work and square living for yourself. You should worry while 1'ranre Except in the Argounc description of battles from December the professional New Year prophet Is and Alsace, where the French have 16 to 24, records gains which in the dusting off his shelf-worstock of made some progress, outside of ar- aggregate amount to a considerable plagues, famines, volcanic eruptions tillery practice the battles In the advance. Bad weather still interand crop failures In Helgoland. West for the past two or three days feres with tho fighting in France have consisted of German attacks nnd Belgium. ABE MARTIN ON NEW YEAR to prevent the Allies from organizBelgium Commencing January 1 ing ground recently taken. the crman Administration in Belgium Thoughts by a Philosopher About tho Man Who Swears Off Has Hard has announced It will close the BelTucsduy. Time for a While. States gian borders aginst all comers and United States The United that no more pasports will be issued. Sometimes when a feller who kin dispatched a long note to Great BritInsisting upon an early improvedrink or leave it alone gits f lookln' ain Russia The Russians claim to back o'er th year Jest closin' an' sums ment in the treatment of American up all th things he's done or undone, commerce by the British tlcet. giving havo definitely checked the German all th' energy an' money he's wasted warning that much feeling had been advances on Warsaw and to have an' all th' thlng3 he's missed or neg- aroused In this country over unwar- slaughtered the Invaders In a Tierce lected In that regretted time, th' past ranted interference with legitimate battle In the region of Bourgade, looms up like a piece o' tar soap. foreign trade of the United States. nnd the same report says great lossThen he quietly resolves t' bid good-bes were Inflicted upon the Austrluns t' th' social cup an New Year's day, The London naval and In Galicla. KiiKland little dreamln" o' th' colossal struggle military authorities issued a warncorner. Jest around th' Touch Medicine for Children. Th' feller who has long been used t ing to persons using the streets to Never give a child a cough medifortlfyln' himself with a stimulant on the danger from fragments of shell over' occasion has purty tough sleddln' and trotn bullets used aginst hostile cine that contains- - opium in any form. for a while after he swears off. Ther's aircraft attempting a raid on Lon- When opium is given other and more th' ordeal o' buyln' a new hat or at- - don and advised them to keep under serious diseases may follow. Long tendln' a banquet. Th" feller who kin cover, preferably In basements, upon experience has demonstrated that drink or leave It alone alius sniella there Is no better or bafer medicine hearing guns or explosives. like a Deer Creek distillery after ho for coughs, colds and croup in chilbuys a new hat, an' he'll often train Germany The .German Govern- dren than Chamberlain's Cough Remfer weeks when ther's a banquet ahead. Sometimes he'll set clean ment has formally notified the State edy. It Is equally valuable for adthro' a banquet, or at least till th' Department at Washington that Am- ults. Try It. It contains no opium last syllable of an address on "Th' erican consuls in Belgium must be or other harmful drug. For sale by Weddln' o' th Oceans" has died away acceptable to the German military all dealers. In th' cigarette smoke. authorities, and that It is desirable But how a feller's whole style o' TAYLORTOWN. pltcbin' changes when he once glti that some of the consuls bo withDec. 28. The Taylortown School thoroughly established on th' water drawn for tho present at least. gave a nice Christmas entertainment wagon an' begins t' talk natural fer Turkey Officials In Washington which was well carried out with th' first time since th' first baby come! How his patient wife misses his are keenly interested in a Rome dis- a Iurge attendance. Mrs. Mayme Hunt, who has been glowln' account o' th' day's earnln'a patch saying the Italian cruiser Calawhen he used t' stall thro' th' evenln' bria had ben instructed to visiting in Taylortown, returned to meal! How his associate? miss his with the American cruiser North Car- her home ut Rochester decided views on ever' question that oline in protecting refugees on the Mr. William Williamson, of Granewscomes up! How th Syrian coast. Secretary Daniels has ham, Ky., Is visiting relatives near boy on th' corner misses bis lavish Wysox, Ky. generosity! How he kicks on th gro- again cabled the American commandMiss Margaret Williamson is visitcery bill! How his waistcoat pockets ers at Beirut for information. ing her aunt at Wysox. segars, each one reprebulge with Mr. A. C. Beryman, who has been Russlu The Investment by the sent I r.' a drink that he's muffed while In th' hands o' friends, an' how Russians of the Austrian fortress of attacked with appendicitis., is Imhis little children miss th' peppermint Cracow has been abandoned. The proving. drop3 that used t' fall from his over- Russian forces crossed tho Blala RivMr. H. T. Leach, teacher of the coat as ho dung it carelessly acrosi er and took possession of a twenty-mil- e Taylortown school, treated his pupils th' planner. strip of land south of Tuchow, last Thursday. Lafe Bud says that glttlu' on an off thereby separating the two Austrian th' water wagon la th' only exercise some fellers ever git. Abe Martin, In armies. The Austrians report that Biliousness und Constipation Cured. If you are ever troubled with biltho Russians are retreating precipiAmerican Mngazluu. iousness or constipation you will be tately. interested In tho statement of R. P. A New Year's Wish. France During the entire day a Erwln, Peru, Ind. "A year ago last become an expert at forgetting, To Just to forgot all the unkind acts, the violent storm Interfered with tho op- winter I had an attack of indigestion deep wrongs, the mean words, tho erations along the greater part of followed by biliousness and constipation. Seeing Chamberlain's Tabbitter disappointments Just let thorn the front in France. go, forget them the memory will belets so highly recommended, I bought come quick and alert to remember the a bottle of them and they helped me WedneMluy. things worth remembering, the mind Russia Tho Petrograd report In- right away." For salo by all dealers. given to beautiful things, worth-whllarmy has things, and to romember always that dicates that tho Russian checked the advance of the Germans I am in the presence of God, this Is upon Warsaw. The two armies are my desire for tho New Year. FOR FLETCHER'S said to have assumed artillery posi I tions and the fighting begins to re Good-by- , Old Year. Peace to Its ashes! Peace to Its semble that in France. The Russians LAND BALE FOR TAXES. things; fears, claim to have captured CO, 000 Ausembers of burnt-ou- t By virtue or taxes duo me, tho I see trians. anxieties, doubts alt gone! . them now as a thin, blue smoke bangSheriff of Ohio county, Kentucky, I ing in the bright heavens of the past Germany Tho War Offlco state will on the first Monday In January, year, vanishing awuy into utter noth- ment of last night says that a decisive 191G, exposo at public salo at tho ingness. Not many hopes deceived, engagement is expected in the Vos-ge- court house door In Hartford, Kennot many Illusions scattered, not many where the Fronch have taken tucky, between the hours of 10 a. anticipations disappointed, but love up strong positions and strengthened m and 2 p. m tho following lands fulfilled, the heart comforted, tho soul or so much thereof as may bo necenriched with affections. I.oagfollow. their forces. essary to produce tho Bums required, Knglund All tbo London news viz: Helpl No. 1 East Hartford. " 'Gentleman oilers to exchange a papers comment on the protest of tho a United States against England's at- Hoover, L. C, 5 2.95 titude toward neutral shipping. The Hoover, Samuel, 40 a. 11.45 ful" editorials are all In a friendly spirit Lee, B. P., 60 a. . . , 7.98 o. p n y to-da- y. one-legge- d o Instructions have been scut from Komc to the Italian cruiser Calabria, now nt Beirut, Syria, to assist the United States cruiser North Carolina If the necessity should arise ns the result of further demonstrations aginst the departure of Euro peans from Turkish territory. The cruiser North Carolina recently dispersed a mob on board the Virginia by threatening to use its guns. None of the Powers has protested against the Italian occupation of Avlona. Itnlj and withhold detailed comment til the full te.t of the note is lished. unpub- Thursday. Children Cry CASTOR A s, .'..... town lot 20.52 Rusher, O. R.t 13 4 45 Roberta, Will, 22 a r,.27 7.55 Whlller, Mrs. Oscar, 1 t. lot 3.25 Brown, J. F 7G n 7.77 No. i Brown. M. W 75 a West ronMllle. 8.22 nratcner, 11. i Blair, W. N;. 1 town lot 04 n ..'.. 11.03 Carpenter J. C, 1 town lot . . 7.05 Murphy, J. D., 61 n. 7.54 Davis, II. L., 75 a. . . .s...v. . . 14.27 Murphy, Ira, 45 6,26 4.85 Newton, C. R., 60 a. King, Daniel, 1 town lot 9.91 30.79 Whltler, C. If., 64 a. Rossi Mrs. D. C, 179 a 14.33 13.81 Walker, It. D., 1 town lot No. 20 Actnnvlllc. No.-- !V !ledi. Pryor, W. I)., 1 t. lot; It. 72 8.21 Skinner, W. C, 1 V4 n Ronton, J. W., 72 n 6.03 No. 21 Cnsteel. It. M., 1 t. lot. 10 a. . . 4.32 Slircie. I Fuquii, John S., (W. M. Hud Bennett, S. H 179 n 14,01 2.58 son agent) 40 a No. UU Olnton. 02.39 (Cooper. Goo. W(, 20 11 Foster, John P., 202 a 8.40 17,89 jCoppnne, W. M., 100 a Hoover, L. C, 155 a 10.14 Her. Mr. H. V.. 1 town lot . . 2.95 Duke. Wesley, 125 n 8.84 Young, i:., 42 n S.21 'llnll, Annie, 1 V& a 2.29 No. I Sulphur Sprlims, Miller. J. M., 130 n 17. 88 I Ashley, It. M., 50 a 7.54 Moxley. C. S 13 a 1 1,43 lllmtcher, Mrs. Mary It., ill n. 4.24 Self, A., 3 a 4,32 .frlster, II F., (S. P. Fern, No. 2JJ linforil. Agt ) 40 n .85 I.'dlson. C. J 100 a 14.91 7.51 Ellis. Jim, 60 a Hoops, J. A., 75 n 7,4a Iti.fiO Jewell, L. t... 50 a King. J. It.. 12S a fi.88 Min.ou, Wayne, (M. t". Schro.id- MnyHeld. W. If., 105 a 10.65 0.K, illnlph. J. V., 5 a er. Agt.) 40 a 10.70 4.02 Peach. A. J 6 a No. 21 ttartlctt. (5.27 11. T., 15 a Peach. B. W., 100 a 13.36 fi.27 Gotsett. Smith. T. II., 3Mb a Hayues. J. W.. 10 a 5.7R Tucker, T. It.. 50 a 6.52 King, I). R 50 a 4.96 No. 5 Masan. King, J. T 150 a 18.64 Baughn. C. II.. 150 a 10.31 Rhoads, I). A., 123 a 11.19 100 a. 11.51 Westerfleld. J. II., 97 a Mldkiff. II 8.21 9.91 Mldklff. Leo. 75 a No. 2T Ileflln. 4.64 Hutflcld, Cnrl, Jr., 82 a Mldkiff. Oliver, 3 a 13.01 20.69 Hoover, A. It., 19 a Westerfleld. t. C. 80 a 7.34 Wedding. R. A 51 a 7.95 Rlggs, Mrs. Mary, 201 a. .. 9.16 4.87 Simmons, It. C, 96 a Wade. Mrs. C. A.. 75 a 10.13 No. 24! CcrnUo. No. (I Cromwell. 33.68 '. 6.90 Balls. Thos. F.. 200 a Baize. J. L., SO a 4.96 7.52 Bishop, Krru, 33 a Borah. Oscar. 1 town lot 3.58 Burgess, Mary, 10 a 2.29 Everly, Mrs. 7.. M., 35 a 4.32 Emhrcy, Postal 35 a 7.54 Igleheart. W. L., 3,A n 9.91 Havens, C. D., 1 town lot 8.84 Tlltord. Emery. 60 a 1 t. lot 5.39 Royal, Mrs. L. II.. 60 a 3.58 White, W. M.. No. 27 Pt. I'leuMtnt. No. 7 Cool Kpringii. 4.32 Williams. Bert. 2 t. lota Davenport, A. L.. 110 a 8.84 No. 2tt Nnrronit. 4.9G Miller, P. G.. 40 a 7.09 Bolton. A. B., 50 a Tally. Mrs. L. A., 60 a 4.87 Blacklock, 4.87 J. M.. 40 a No. H North Itockport. 8.84 Cook. Julia Wade. 70 a 9.28 Condor, J. W., 126 a Baker. R. S.. 105 a 21.52 Byers, Mervllle. U a 3.72 Harrison, Mrs. Naomi, 60 a. . 4.28 Byers. John. & a 5.97 Harrison, T. D., 69 a 13.15 Dawson. Jerry, 1 town lot . . 5.97 Obcnchain, Ruth, 49 a 2.29 Graves, E. A.. 1 town lot 8.22 Rogers, J. If., 35 a 8.61 Heck, Nannie. P. 1 town lot. . 4.37 Willis, O. P.. 7 n 6.73 Lnyton, Mrs. J. R 3 town Iota 17.35 Willis. Estll, 29 a 8.75 Napier, John, 2 a 5.39 Willis. Mrs. Vanhtl. I t. lot 2.94 Tinsley, M. L., 1 town lot .. 4.85 No. 21) Ralph. No. 'J South ItocUport. 7.54 Foreman, M. W.. 80 a Robertson, W. B.. 58 a 9.91 Greer. S. J., 5S a 8.65 Shaver. II. B., 2 a 6.03 Moseley, W F., 136 a 6.82 Southard, J. F.. 2 a 7.54 Rhoads. G. W., 67 a 9.11 Tlchenor, H. A.. 50 a 8.84 Westerfleld, J. C. 60 a 6.01 Williams. C. D., 50 a 10.44 Westerfleld. C. T., 50 a 6.91 Wydick. It. D., 1 town lot . . 4.01 Wade, G. T., 71 a 26.04 No. 10 Select. No. () Prentiss. Autry, M. F.. 117 a 13.86 Rogers, J P., 20 a 2.29 Butler, A. F.. 200 a 16.45 No. HI Herbert. V. . 7.54 Blckett. J. II., 83 a Baize. O. W.. 23 a 4.96 Daugherty, I. 35 a 5.57 Huff, M. G., 40 a 7.98 Daugherty. N. E.. U a 1.62 HnHkina. W. H.. 45 a 6.67 Green, L. E.. 25 a 5.71 Thompson. Ralph, 71 n 7.91 Havens. D.. (Minor) 2G a . . 4.96 No. IY Arnold. Pearson. Mrs. S. A.. I town lot 2.62 Allen, John, 50 a 2.29 Wilson. L. J.. 38 a 4.96 Allen. L. B.. 50 a 4.36 Wilson. N. B., 23 a 5.17 Ashley. Thomas, 50 a 6.47 No. 1 1 Hore Brnnc.'i. 4.9G Duvall. II.. 12 a Arnold, B. J., 100 a 7.57 Green. C. S.. 25 a 4.64 Ferguson, Mrs. Eloda, 80 a. . . 4.87 Johnson, J It., 23 a 6.68 Stewart. James, 30 a 4.96 No. 33 Render. Wonderhtll, Wm., 137 a. .. 7.67 Martin, R. R., 46 a 3.89 Wilson, G. W 160 a 13.24 Watson, Will, 40 a. . ., 7.09 So. 12 RoMine. 4 Williams Mines Amusement Atchison, B, B., 38 a 7.57 Company, 1 town lot . . 7.61 Casey, Wilt, 50 a 3.58 No. 34 Simmons. Clark. J. D., 12 a 4.96 Beasley. A. W.. 1 t. lot 3.81 6.15 Farmer. C. D 58 a No. 35 Additional. Jamison, F 50 a 10.58 Recks Heirs, 60 a 3.58 Kuykcndoll, G. R 86 a. . . 7.62 No. 3fl Non Resident. Napier, Mrs. Kate, 7 a. . . 7.54 Elder. Alonzo, 5 a 3.93 13.11 Elder, Mrs. Emma, 20 a Park. L. T.. 157 a 1.65 Stewart. Mrs. W. H.. 115 a. . . 4.87 Embry, M. L., 1 t. lot 4.87 Stewart, J. A., 73 a 7.57 King, Mrs. Anna Bell, 1 t. lot; Stewart, Harvey, 60 a 6.93 118 acres 19.85 Schroadcr, Isaac, 7 4.6G Loney, L. B., 262 a a 13.34 Taylor. W. C. 160 a 11.70 Moseley, W. M., & Bro. 80 a 7.46 Wright, Albert, 23 a 4.96 Sullcnger, C. B., 2 a S.20 Zlgler, Mrs. Cynthia, 60 a, 6.18 Colored List. No. lit East Beaver Dam. No. 1 East Hartford. Arbuckle, Watt, a 10.00 Nail, Jennie, Vi acre 2.00 Haley, J. II., 12 a 3.96 Nail, Sophia, 1 aero 2.29 Raley, Mrs. A. E., 39 a 4.03 Parks, AIvlu, 1 acre 4.25 No. 14 West Beaver Dam. No. 2 West Hartford. Brown. Emory. 133 a 11.19 Collins, Jack, 1 town lot 7.98 Cooper. C. M.. 20 a 9.93 Duncan Wash, 4.01 Leach, Angelina P., 100 a. . . 3.58 Griffin, Wm., 1 acre 6.27 Rhoad3, D. S t town lot S.22 Morton, Genus, 1 town lot 6.27 No. 15 SIcIIenry. McIIonry. J. A., 1 t. lot . 6.93 Raise, R. T., 18 a 3.89 Nail, Edmund, acre 5.41 Chlnn. Solon. 114 a 29.44 Purks Wm.. 24 acres 6.27 Fisher, Mrs. Annie, 45 a 6.06 Purks, Wm., ngt. 1 acre . 3.26 Hawes, Ollls, (Mrs. Fisher, Taylor, Dan, t town lot . 6.93 Agt.) 1 town lot 4.93 Walker. M. W 6.09 Hlbbs, Loyd, 1 town lot 8.24 No. H North Ilockport. McConnell, Jas. W 1 town lot 7.09 Moseley, Preston, 106 a 16.79 No. 10. Centertown. Short, John W 3 acres 6.27 Ashby, II. L., 90 a 7,54 No. 13 East Iteuvcr Dam. Ashby, M. L.. 52 a 7.09 Beard, Taut 2.29 Fauglit, Bros., 30 a G.65 Gibson, Amanda, 1 t. lot 2.95 Hill, H. J 18 a 4.96 McNutt, J. R 1 t. lot 4.96 Her, T. M 1 town lot 7.67 Taylor, Gaylon, a 13.28 Igleheart, L. W., 2 t. loU . . 23.95 No. 14 West Beuver Dam. Matlock Heirs (W. C. BolDauzy, Dud, 1 t. lot 4.07 ton agt.) 16 a 2.41 HInos. J. W., 1 t. tot ....m. 3.93 Rowe, Harriet E., 20 a 2.11 No. 10 McIIenry. No. 17 HmatlhouH. Hocker, Vlg , 10.69 Davis, Mrs. Lucy, 1 t. lot . . 2.29 No. 30 Prentiss. Ellison, W. a., 25 a, 5,81 L. R. Shultz, 2 a 6.40 King, H. P., 1 t. lot 3.97 Omitted List. Stearsman, Ida M 54 a. . . 4.24 No. 1 East Hartford. No. 18 East Fordavllle. Baker, D. R 1 t. lot 1.21 Baker, M. B., 50 a 7.64 King, Mrs. Emma, 1 t. lot . . 1.21 Evans, Melvln, 1 t. lot 4.32 Langloy, J. FV, 1 t. lot 1.21 , S Hedden. Mrs, Ann, 1 t. lot . . 4.24 No. 16 Ceatertowa. Hlnes, Ed., 1 t. lot, 3.83 Mrs. Ida Brown , 2.85 Pulllum, Wm., 49 a 0.13 8. O. KEOWN, 8. O. 0. Pcndloton, Dr. E. B. No. U 1 Wct Hiirtfonl. .... ,. .... ... ...... ...... la... i ! C ,..... .... .... .... .... V .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... ...,, i . 1