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Job Work. y DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1 per Year ?SL XXIX. ilMIM BILL USED AS MODEL FllOTOSKO HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1916. hero probably would not have been ablo to trace tho crime to Dr. Walte. This oversight, thu brother contends, is of Itself proof that Dr. Walte Is not tho confirmed criminal ho has been described, but that ho is Insane. , Frank Wnlto asserted this evidence would bo presented to tho court of appeals In an effort to obtain a new trial for Dr. Walto. q Indiana Buys Kentucky Rabbits. Evnnsvlllo, Intl., Dec. 2G. The municipal ranrkct established In this city three weeks ago by Mayor Bosso in an attempt to lower tho high cost of living, has been getting thousands of rabbits from tho State of Kentucky, but no moro rabbits will bo received from that 8tatr aftor this week for the reason the Stato law prohibits tho shipments of rahblts out of Kentucky after 31. The llttlo town of Spottsvlllc, Ky on (ireeti river, has sont many rabbits here, and many of tho men and boys in that town for tho past throe, weeks havo made good wages killing rabbits for the municipal market here. Bon-Jainler w GOD BLESS THE KING! vote. At tho samo time Republicans think ho can bo convinced that their party Is tho only ono which has his BUgar interests at heart. a THIRD KENTUCKY ROUTS SNIPtRS 1 COMPLETK RETURNS OIVJB WILSON 508,822 PLURALITY ACT WOULD KEEP W,000 MEN UXDER ARMS UNITED HTATKS. fIX BS MOW BEING DRAFTED AIcHMira Will llo Submitted I V New York, Dec. 2G. Complete of- RETURNS FIRE OF MEXICAIW AND MACHINE GUN REficial returns of tho Presidential elecSTORES QUIET. tion show that Mr. Wilson received 9,11G,29G votes and Mr. Hughes a plurality of 5G8.822 for Mr. Wilson. In 1912 Wilson (Dem.) H COMPANY MISSES FUN received 6,297,099; Taft (Rep.) Roosovelt (Prog.) 4,124,-959. lo Sec retary of War In AIkiuI Tlirco Week. f Washington, Dec. 27. Argentina's military system Is serving ns a inod- '('I for the universal service bill no.v being dratted by a comniittco of tho if army general "tag. Olllccrs famll- y iar with staff opinion wild thai while- details hud not been com- "Ietcd, the measure, would follow ploscly thu Argentine scheme, and vas designed to keep halt a million noil under training, with 2,500,000 trained reservists subject to call. It probably will ho at least lure? CAP? I. P. BARNARD veeks before tho hill and accompany ing estimates of costs are ready for . INJURED BY AUTO Submission to tho Secretary of War. 'chairman of tho House Military nmllteo tins asked to see it, and it will be sent Jo tho Capitol for tho KNOCKED DOWN AND BTUXXKD WHILE CROSSING STREET oramlttco's Information, tho there NEAR 1IOMK. bo indication that It will go with ay sort of indorsement from the Ad- ilstratlon. Secretary Barker has Capt.I. P. Barnard, former pressaid whether he will approve or ident of tho Loulsvtllo Tobacco Wareuliaapprovc. house Company and real estate opOut War Provided. riio main feature of the staff hill erator, was "bit by an automobile and 11 bo its provision for ono year of seriously hurt at Slaughter Avenue tensive military Instruction for nil and Bardatown Iload lato yesterday . . iths subject to its terms. It Is atfernoon., Capt. 'Barnard was crossing the cpecteil that exemptions duo to phy- il disqualifications and for other by 26th subscription to tho Repub-I.- -i Hnrmonio Company knocked him aBons, Including, possibly, tho con- riptlon of certain men work in In- - down and rendered him unconscious. istrial plants Ju war times, und Ho was taken to his homo a away at 1209 Cherokeo "Road 3iild leave avallablo for army train- It-- between 450,000 and 500.000 of where ho was attended by physicians. no 1,000,000 boys who reach the age It was stated by those at the bed-sld- o it, 1 8 each year. last night that altho Cap. BarIn llxlng upon a year as the min nard's injuries are quite severe his ium time for training, the general recovery Is ussured. Tho accident occurred shortly beiff has followed the theory that the Inlted States seeks to provide only fore 6 o'clock. Tho car that figured for an nrmy of defense. It has been In it was being driven by C. M. Confitated to tho House Committee by nors, of 233G West Madbou Street, (Jen. Hugh L. Scott that, altho who was taken to the Highland StaCuropean nations glvo every soldier tion and questioned by tho police, it least two years of linril work o and later released. Louisville Herturning him Into tho reserve. ald. because of tho geographical position1 )f tho country, a year will suffice PRODUCERS AND SHIPPERS WOULD STOP MIDDLE MAX advanced to 'iore. The argument upport this view was that thero Now York, Dec. for a would bo sutllclent time to give finishing touches to tho military educa- great "national market" through tion of reservists after war hud which food products both for conbroken out, and before invading ox- - sumption in this city and shipment e broad would bo handled hero un"dltlons could bo landed In force. Would ile nnn.OHO Men. der governmental supervision for tho In a broad way, tho outline of the imipoM) of eliminating tho middle Roiierul staff continental army plun man as an economic factor, word any by Jobcpb Hartigan, of lust year would bo followed In dis nounced tributing tactical units of tho reserve Commissioner, of Weights and Measinto nineteen infantry and six cav- - ures of this city. dlvisious. Kescrvtsts would ho Ho Mid that In April a conference Pliable for two years' service in this Mil bo hold, which ho had assurrco before passing into thu unor- - ances would bo attended by leading producers and shippers from every anlzcd reserve LsTho result, when tho system had Stute, ns well its of otnclal represenby tho varloim in operation a nu inner oi years, tatives appointed would bo to glvo COO, 000 men under Governors (o tako up practical deTarnis and in process of training, a tails of tho plan, Tho move, ho said, Ion more trained, equipped, or- - has tho Indorsement of Mayor Mitch-e- l mlzed and ready for immediate and tho mcutlug Is to be held untroops, and be- - der city auspices. muster as llrst-liu- o these tho unorganized, but trnln- The fact that Now York City repl', reserve, numbering more than 1,- - resents a market of C.000,000 con10,000. This Is tho basis on which sumers in lUctf for food supplier filiates of cost will bo mado by from all parts of tho country, as woll General Staff Committee. as being tbn chief distributing cenm ter for Europe, has Interested the tVA ITE POISON CAME producing men of tho country In this HUTU AFRICA plan purely as a good business prop oslttou," tho commissioner said. "I recolyed Information extenNow Ydrk, Dec. 2U. That Dr. Ar- - havo Mloir W, Wuite, awaiting oxecutton at sively that tho Idea ovon of defrayfig Sing for tho murder of his fath- - ing tho expenses for such an InstiJohn E. Peck, of Grand tution would appeal to them. llds, Mich.,' had confessed to hi "It Is no attempt to put tho, midItAthor, Frank Walte, that ho had dleman out of business by legislar8rotou a uouio containing poison, tive means, but a plan to ho operat'rank Walto's homo shortlv bofore ed purely on business lines." liita, arrest, was disclosed In a state-- ! Why Buy "A Ixwnon?" KMil issueu uuru uy inu cuiiuunuieu ' i Lemons aro of such great value man's brother. 'Dr. Walto Is quoted aB saying that both as a bovcrago and In cooking queer that anyone tio brought this poison with him bov- - that It scorns xo Iroui South Africa bould uso tho word lemon In an trftl years rbera be bad been employed by a uucomplimoniary sense. Rebiuca the Jeuta! supply concbrn. it no bad ued uses mentioned abuvo leuoiis aro I' ,ho South African poison, instead of frequently used to help bad colds, to purchasing a quantity of poison from cleanse ouo's skin or olio's stomach, local dealers to kill Mr. Peck. Frank while tho oil of lemon is extremely I' w'nltn ntfrt that tha uuthorltliai valuable. Farm und. Family. to-dafew-blocbe-hr27.--PlaI to-da4u-la- Tho voto for Mr. Benson, Socialist candidate for Presidentwas 750,000, with eight missing States estimated, j against 901,873 for Debs (Soc.) in 11912 and for Mr. Hanly, Prohibition candidate, was 225,101, against 207,-92- 8 for Chafln (Prob.) in 1912. The total popular vote for the four candidates was 18,G38,871, as against 15,045,322 in 1912. This is an increase of 3,593,549, accounted for by the increased population and tha women voto in the now suffrage States. But Two Hartford Boys Relieved To Have Heard The Slug of Greaser Bullets. El Paso, Tex., Dec. 25. It was reported at tho camp of the Third Ken- tucky Infantry to-d- that at least ono of tho Mexican snipers who fired on tho First Batalllon of, the Third Kentucky Infantry was killed when the machine gun belonging to the batalllon was Used to rout the snipers, who were firing at!, the American army camp near tho cement plant 03 W.d In PhiUdalphla Public Ldgr. PLANS TD MEET LARGE DEFICIT INCLUDE ISSUANCE OK PANAMA CANAL BONDS AND INCREASE IX TARIFF. INDEPENDENTS CONTROL HOUSE INDICATE LATEST RETURNS THAT SMALL GROUP OF MEN HOLD BALANCE. , MAY RAISE WHISKY TAX wIjorvty not (Tawed An Increase on Boer And Cigarettes Republicans Have 2M Vote Ami Democrats 213 Two Scats Al.so Being Considered Ily Hob.sc Aro Contested. , Committees. f' 2G. Revised Dec, Washington, Washington, Doc. G2. Issuanco of $125,000,000 of Panama Canal bonds figures on returns of tho last elecincreased income and estate taxes, tion show definitely that neither Demadditional taxes on whisky, beer, ocrats nor Republicans will havo a cigarettes and bottled water and majority of the next House necessahigher tariff duties on coffeo and tea ry to cloct a Speaker, and that a handful of Independents will deteraro proposed In a tentative to be considered by tho mine which sldo will control tho orHouse Ways and Means Committee ganization. Conceding seats to candidates in when it begins framing revenue legislation to meet tho prospective defi- possession of certificates of election cit of $370,000,000 at tho end of tho because they aro certain to participate in tho organization of tho Huso, next fiscal year. tho personnel now stands: RepubStart nt Once. Tho commltteo will undertake Us licans, 214; Democrats, 213; 2; Progressives, 2; Prohitask soon after Congress reconvenes next week. Members In direct bitionist, 1; Socialist, 1; contested, charge of drafting tho legislation al- 2. A majority Is 21S, henco, should ready have conferred with Secreta- either Democrats or Republicans win ry McAdoo and other Administration both of tho contests, they still would otllcluls and tho problem has been be short of a majority. given sorlous attention by President Independent Silent. Thero aro intimaWilson hliuseU. All of tho Independents are malu- tions that tho President may dccldo I talnlng strict sllouco regarding tholr to addres Congress soon to outline attitudo on tho speakership, but the how ho thinks tho necessary money Democratic and Republican leaders can bo raised. aro agroed on how most of them will Tho President is understood to op- voto, provided caucuses aro held and pose bond Issues except for ox t inor- solidarity maintained by tho two old dinary emergencies. To squaro with parties. this viow, Democratic leaders In the Kelly, of Pennsylvania, a ProgresHouse proposo to put tho issue of sive who formerly was a Dpmocratlc Panama Canal bonds directly upon mombpr of the House, Is listed as n tho military expenditures on uccouut Democratic probability. So aro Ranof Mexico. dall, Prohibitionist, of California, Extra ScMlon Poslble. who voted for Speaker Clark tho Speaker Clark believes that an last time, and London, of Now York, oxtra session will bo nocessary to Socialist, sits on tho Democratic sldo consider revenuo measures unless It now and has bcon shown favors by Is possible to mcot tho deficit by a Democratic leaders. Schall, of Minnesota, Progressive, bond Issuo and Incomo tax, increases. hope, howover, tho leaders agroe, probably would Other Democrats that tho problem can bo solved by lean toward a Republican candidate, pressing through at the short session If convinced of his Progrcsslvlsm. a complete programme, Including an Ho campaigned for the national Reomnibus revenuo bill In addition to publican ticket during tho last camprovision for the bond issuo nnd in- paign, altho opposed to tho regular organization In his Stato. Fuller, creases In tho Income tax. Some of tho tax increases pro- Independent, of Masachusetts, also posed aro $1.25 Instead or $1.1,0 per Is classed as a Republican hope. Wants Sugar Protected. gallon on whisky; $2 instead of $1.G0 Martin, of Loulslaua, Progressive, pur barrel on buer and a sulUclent Increase on cigarettes to bring lu from comes from a largo sugar district In Louisiana, and bau indicated tnat $10,000,000 to $18,000,000. or protection or tno sugar m Excited Turist Information civ-o- interests will bo hf first concern in Ho for- voting on the organization. hero? Tired Attendant It tut Yale innrlv wna ft Dnmncriit. however, and Dumoaratlo leaders hope to get hi Record. pro-gramIilde-iRmden- ts, i ' ut tho American side of tho Rio Grande. Tho snipers fired, twenty or morr RAILROADS WILL NOT times into the camp of tho Ameri-ca- n soldiers. COMPROMISE ON ACT Carranza Consul Eduardo Soriano y Bravo said ho was Investigating the report that snipers had' firLIXES ISSUE NOTICES 8AYIXG ed on American troops from the Mexican side' of tho border last night. Ho SUPREME COURT'S DECISION said ho had been In conference wlttt WDLL BE AWAITED. Gen. Jose Murgula, tho new commander in Jpareand.sald Gen. Murgula had no knowledge' of the snip New York, Dec. 26. Pending the ing, and added that he had no de facdecision of the Supreme Court of to troops stationed opposlto tho cetho United States on tho question ment plant. of tho constitutionality of tho Adam- Maj. H. H. Donhardt, commanding son eight-hou- r. low, tho railroad the First Batalllon of tho Third Kenmanagers declare they, will nqt;'b tucky Infantry at the. cement plant, parties to any action that might tend said the sniping started from tho vito nullify or anticipate in any way cinity ot tho llttlo adobo house the court proceedings. The railway which was used by Francisco 'Madoro workors of the country aro being no- as his headquarters, preceding tho attified that tho Adamson law will 'bo tack on Juarez by the Madcro forces Ignored in making,, up pay rolls after on May 8, 1911. Thero wero about Januaryaand JiunUlvSUCh,tlne as ten snipers npar this bouse, the issue is finally determined In tho said. About as many mdrcs courts." opened fire from a poult above thi Tho notices contain the first for- hodse on tho side of th.o mountain. mal declaration that pending tho de"This sniping was returned by our cision of tho court thero would be outposts," Maj. Denhardt said. "Our no compromise on hours, or wages men wero forced to abandon a fljst-ltn- e between tho railroads and tho brothtrench which had been built erhoods. The notice posted by tho previously near tho river to protect New York Central is typical of that our outposts. Tho sniping continuIt ed until the machine gun was brought used throughout tho country. reads: into action, and about 100 shots fir"For the Information of employes ed. Then tho firing stopped, and I concerned, below will ho found a am sure we got some of the men who copy of tho agreement entered into weroa doing tho firing unless thoy lied between tho attorneys for tho Unit- beforo tho machine;' gun opened up. ed States and the railroads concernAftor being driven frpm ho first-Iln- o ing the Adamson eight-hou- r law now trench our men sought shelter beforo tho Supreme Court of the In an adobo house and continued United States. firing at tho snipers until tho machldo "Attention is called to Section 5, gun scattered thcni,." Maj. Denhardt in which it is agreed that, begin- concluded. ning Jnauary 1, the books and acTho Third Infnntry is on border counts shall he kept in such a manner patrol duty between El Paso and Las that if the constitutionality of the Cruccs, N. M. The distance to bo Adamson law bo upheld, tho men patrolled is approximately fifty mile-)- . shall promptly receive any back pay It relieved tho South Carolina troops duo them under the decision of tho about tho middle of December. The court. Third Regiment is commanded by "In accordanco with this under- Col. Jouett Henry, of Hopklnsvllte, standing this company will pay lt3 a soldier of thirty years' experience employes under present schedules and a votcran ot tho Spanlsh-Amer- iuntil such a decree is handed down can war. by tho Supremo Court." Tho Hartford company bolng sev4 eral miles from the scene of tho TORNADO SWEEPS THRU skirmish missed the fun hut Charllo SOUTH CENTRAL ARKANSAS King and Lum Iglohart, local 'boys, who wero transferred to tho machine Llttlo Rock, Ark., Dec. 2G. Nino gun company, are supposed to have persons aro known to have been taken part In tho scrap. killed and fourteeu Injured lu a torpath XAVAL COURSE TO BE nado which swept- - n tour-mll- o OFFERED 10,000 MEN lato over South Central Arkansas Unconfirmed reports tell of Washington, Doc. 26. An oppormany more deaths and probably tho casualty list will bo Increased when tunity for 10,000 civilians to receive communication is restored and tho naval training the coming year will ho offered under Navy Department: completo story has been received. contemplat The death list includes four white plans completed persons and five negroes. Three ing tho uso of twelve reserve battle girls wero the victims of the storm ships for a summer training cruise. at Carlisle. Near England, a plant- the establishment ot cqast trulnlug er, Albert I. Swartz, was killed and camps at San Francisco, Chicago, his wlfo and daughter wero seriously Norfolk, Newport and probably Pen- Injured, when their homo was demol- sacola, and tho organization of motor- ished. Two negroes wero killed near boat squadrons mado up of owners of Pino Bluff, two wero killed at Sher-rl- ll prlvato motor craft. A tentatlvo schedule drawn up by and another was killed near Engtho department provides for tho oo land. enlng of tho camps and tho start ol tho cruise July 2, thu training course FORMER KENTUCKY SLAVE 120 YEARS OLD in each Instance to extend until August 4. Mobilization of motoiboal ror maneuvers will takf Ottumwa, Iowa, Dec 2tl. Mary squadron Talbot, u former stave, ceioorutea place eariy in. tsepiemDer. A w,uiie her 120th birthday anniversary here training courso preliminary to th yesterday. 8b o spends much of her summer cruise will be provided tbos time piecing quilt Bhe la a natlva applying on board designated battlr ah! atFhiladelsalaaadNawYGJ'' of Kentucky. to-daoj.-Dcnhardt to-da- , - i .i - 'i : f ': Tbc Seasons I t;1 ' v; 11 forest, SoWt I tyvtmtf& x3mtm "Hut Abr on New Year's Eve cUIpm, Hapanese '1 THE winis that sigh The leave ia tie that drift to the The fleeting cltida and the moon cams That cast their halo around Beipcak the coming of WinUr, His koafy head in the blast, His blanket of white about him And his breath that ckills so fast. MTTMnt MYwlffc? fashions lu New Year's will be domluuiitly phti ui(h religious shades very much lu evidence, fays u writer In the New York YorId. Long oud waving Hues of sclf expression jnlll largely supplant the tight effe ts control 'of'other year, nltheiigli (will still be permissible. Introspec-itlou- s will be popular, trimmed with Psychoanalysis and new thought. Keen-oiu- y aud nntbtilcotiue may be worn during the very early part of the .season, but thee will be draped hi the 'most exclusive circles by tunics of simple life or very tine phlhoplile netting, lu other words. I'c been nosing around asking people w lint New Year's resolutions they are going to 'make, and found mighty few who were willing to let the season pass thi. year with simply swearing off ' TTia ennenna nw .... ,,... ... r... OiantvintT ana coming again, Ana going TIIK The autumn, winter and summer, Then spring with its April rain. J f, The season! arc passing ever, Today as ix oWem time, And always leaving a message Both simple and sublime. And, each for the other preparing, They come and go as of yore, And swiftly the springtime passes For the rich as well as the poor. The summer time comes upon you, ' A season of greatest toil, The earth and the air combining To brine a reward from the soil: ( I i . J -I 4ii. ill iz.msiyJt ?(i?i?('4 ' 1 l 5 i- - was the enigmatical statement The leisurely days of autumn, ,n woman who Is looked upon by many filHMwBRfiHkaaara? I With the harvest all coumlete. as an idea wife and mother. "Don't you know." she explained. The children, laughing and singj "that vanity ami humility are Justdlf- ing ifcreiit phases of the swine disease? A music joyful and sweet. 'And remorse and self righteousness re almost Identical. The girl whose And at last the winter, approach- - mind Is tilled with thoughts of how stunning she Is is simply crushed when 'she falls to stun. The man who ex- Will bring a pause'nnd a rest, A New Year's Meditation aggerates the Importance of his own For the soul of the toiler wearies, virtue Is always the loudest mourner And the seasons bring what is on the bench when he Is 'convicted of TpKE .earth was brown and bare sin.' best. "Oh, yes." she added. "I want my j and cold. W. H. Justin. 'children to be good, but 1 don't want Another year had swiftly rolled them to make a business of It Its twelve months round, and as its then. If they were bad. they'd life went out it seemed be sure to make a business of that. To bring to. raind all the fond hopes 'The woman who told her son. Molinny, 'don't go out of .doors, but If you do go that man had dreamed, Good on out put ou your overcoat.' was a pret"Which invthe waking never were Day ty good philosopher. Disobedience is New fulfilled, Hn Issue, but so is catching cold, nnd Every : disappointment that had there's no need of tying the tmr together. That's why I am so particuI wn of .sixteen I chilled WHIJN one New Year's day In larly ngalnt vanity and self rlghleous-uess- , A single heart, every broken vow an old New York family of self depreciation and remote. If Efieb day had known, and now much name and descent In a spm-loj on try to tie tin whole cosmos Into The year was going, with bowed old house, which Ioiik V wa.4 torn one knot you're apt to get strangled and heavy head. wrote the In the noose." down for bmiuess purpo-e- . late Alice Mhihc Kurle, famous for ber "I'm not golm: to make any resoluThe whole earth sad descriptions of early American cusr tion," said a serious minded humorist, And nature, too, seemed dead. toiu.s. The Kramlauut, a Kraud dame, .(My humorist friends are thy tnosr had her table fcel on that day to her erious people I know.) "I mlghljjunlce The heavens looked With pity on the taste aud lu (be old dtylo. aud I recall some It I knew what to make, but Tin well Its appearance. past fotty now and haven't the slightearth below lit the center wus a large epersue of est Idea whether I suit myself or not. sd to hide its desolation sent the sliver nnd eut glass idled with tiny like me. .My acquaintances seem snow. uiaudariu orange, lady aiiples and rai- but few of them know me. nnd I'm All that long night the soft white sins. A. splendid bulled .ham. a reat 'sure I. don't .wjjnt to be the kind of I rhink I'll open ; turUey unit a bolted kooo, all served i man they think I am. flakes were whirled, cold, stood on this tabic, and tuere up a little uior-- : make my whole life an And when the morning came their j were handsome forma of veal loaf And open book, not try to be agreeable or innocence and purity had j jellied ehlcUen and several cut Rladisagreeable, hot Just do what I wont ' clothed the world. dishes of pickled lambs' truiKues and I to do aud say what I want to say, A bright New Year had dawned, oysters, which no one tasted. of anybody's prejudices and Decanters of port ami Madera stood 'opinions. I uilght eventually get a which did not know here and were constantly retllled. genuine appraisal of myself, something The sfn and sadness that had come was served with New Year's cukes to base any proposed changes upon. a year ago. from another table, which held also :i "No, I couldn't either." he added sadThe past was covered. God had sent vast frost eel cake like a wedding cake. ly. '"Everybody would laugh and say wilb. lit- that I was funnier than ever," All tho dishes were decorated this untried year to give tle rojettes and streamers of silver pa- t "I'm going to economize and begin Another chance to man, that he per and wreaths of ground pine. (smoking," was the might wake and hope and P'rom 1 o'clock In the afternoon until a newspaper man. brilliant decision of "I haven t smoked 0 lu the eciiiuK constant relays of but for three months Outlook, live. he said, "and It Is ; oysters were served stewed oysters. getting expensive. Where I ned to sculIopeW oyslfcrs cucaiutd oysten speild' an evening with u plje nud n ami I think those nero the only hot book I huve to go out now nnd and a vlnuds that appeared. Two barrels of game of billiards or n oysters had boon sent from Mystic. Going without tobneco musical comedy. Calls has Its adviyj-- i New Conn., on Dee. 0. lages. I admit, but unless I get a rate 1W0 men called on that day Certainly In salary I can't alToril tu continue the many of them very old men, men of the only distinct Dutch distinction In public life, whom I am tight against Miss Nicotine." PERHAPS tliiit afterword came Into glad 1 haw and Knew and all ate widespread use in the Fulled heartily of the hot oysters., as If this States though now discontinued, win house was (ho only one where they the New Year's calls of the gentlemen found any food, when really all hail ABOUT HOGMANAY. on their lady friends. been In fifty houses equully generous Tho main thing to bo accomplished lu provision for u hungry' crowd. on New Year's day was a eertnlu numWlicu the calling was ended the ex- Disputed Origin of Name of Old Time New Year's Custom. ber of calls made on one hand and a tra servants of the day, njl negroes, It U possible that "mumming." such number jeeclved on the other. carried off to their homes nil tho picktcrtahi That being Hip game, why not play it led oysters and tongues and the potted as marks New Year's day In Philadeltjiid compare notes? So tho yoims man ill.sluft. Aud the Krundnuut said, with phia and some other places, Is related who came In and said: "Happy New vexation, "l will never huve thoe cold lu some way to the performance which Yes. pickled things again. No one touches marked "Hogmanay" In England and Lovely day. isn't it Veurl tweiity-tiftcull. Jack them." "Deborah," said her brother, Scotland. Hogmanay was the last this ami I ate going to make fifty. "you have said that every New Year's day of the year, says tho New York limes. Some scholars think the word Thanks, I bellcvo I will; 1 remember night for lifty years " comes f i out tlil Greek "agin uieuc" your leitKnindc. Goodby. Happy New ("holy mouth"), others from the Suxon to live up to tho Year!" seemed "hnllg monath," which has the same of the day. meaning; still others from the French Grandmother had prououueed vlowu phrase "Au qui menes!!" ("To the misim to the inorullly of serving anything Toat'no the Future. tletoe go!") which inuinincrs anciently of m lntoslcQtliig nature on New AH Saints' day cried lu Franco ut Christmas, or from With of "It would not thero isthe uv.cutlou the wholo twelve-moutYear' day. no time in "Au queiix inciie.!" ("Hrlng to the beg matter If oura were the only house nbaut which so many super gars!"). Vlmtoror tho original of the nmunsets out toeall New Year's. Soino word amy Ik-- , llogmauay was tho lliuo 'Cluster-uperiphrund lafecs a little wlue' oirllfry form of divination to foretell the fuut caeli houso ho Is. nono the better ture is practical in ulr.mst every land for much uuiuceur begging. The children went from house to o for It, and, besides, It is a poor exam-ulon Juu. 1. This, of coumo, Is genfor young incu aud a bad beginning erally tho casw with young people who house singing such songs n- sHOKmanny. trollolay, or tho new year." Charles Battell deslro to know whether they will get ' Olvo us of your white bread, 1,'JUtlllj. But nono of your eray. during the coming yeur or married Ilogmena, Hosmena, soon thereafter, in the country disGle us cake and cheese and let us The Dost Gift of All. tricts of Kugland nnd Germany thero go away. Of uJl tliu Rlfls (hat como to cheer Is n leu and coffee test which Is most As they Gang they collected what The best una is a brand new year, A teaspoon Is balanced satisfactory flngw wrapod and holly decked It come they called their "furls" oaten cake carefully on the edge of u cup. Then 'l'u richest und tu poorest homes. uud cheese. From this developed tho tea or coffee, as the case may be. Is "letting In" of the new year. Parties Twelvo jeweled inontlui all set with dart dropped Into It drop by drop. Kvory of men und boys went through the Of prieeli'Ma opporlunltloa. drvp that the spoon will hold without town. They stopped ut the front door .A iver moon und a golden eun, Willi diamond stura when the day Is done.. losing ltd balance means another c:n of every house nnd sang until they before the wedding. One or two large were admitted. Then they received u JojI over all a uapplilre !()'. drops will usually upset llm won. unrt Hinull gift of money, went through tho W I if ro piuily clouds go lloatlne by, so this Is a vory popular way of look,Joy to'you,or4he year that brlnjs house aud left by the buck door. Vo many und audi preoUus thlncs. ing Into the future. -- UerthaE. Jacque tltilitl ....In. I.. I... I.ikd ....... Kttf.v'.l.lll H' in li 'T Ible. less contrite and less self L..mt. .., . 1 t..i 111 tilllllright-Jeous- ," I ( ! j i I J Cheer Year's , especially In method of celebrating St. Sylvester h day, New Year's eve. reminds one Hf the candid brulalltv of college Ihvs or the rougl humors of the Stock Exchange. Or course this,- - like so many other old German custom, has been sadly nf fected by the gieat war. The unfortunate visitor from the provinces or the stranger Ignorant of the peculiar customs of the day Hindis blithely down the street clnd In the garments usual to elegant eltlllzatloii. on his head the silk list. Suddenly a nb!" ("On iry reaches his enrs-'M- tut Who can be shoutwith your hat:" ing for the removal of a hat? The shout Is repeated. From here ami - are hurrying toward him Surely they cannot Ik? telling ke oft his hat. Hut now- fnuii i comes the sound of voices. J !SwPHMBk trying. -- Hut rJi! Hut nb!" ' The err become a roar, as voice aft er voice John Its volume to the chorus "Hut nb! Hut lib!" In an Instant u crowd has gathered, n mob of shriekVoices ing, laughing, gesticulating rulllans. yelling: "Hut hIi! Hut nb! Hut lib!" the astonished stranger And A NEW YEAR POEM can begin to understand what nil this awful din may betoken, to give iolnt to the words, sticks and lists rain the Past to WHATsaith departed ; thee? blows upon his head. The offending hat Is liumnicrcd down over Its ownBeauty hath died like the dream of er's ears, further and lower, until Its rim burst- - and Its crown tiles off. and a sleep; It dangles, a bedraggled collar, on his Love is faint hearted; shoulders. Thei; the exultant mob. Trifles of sens, the profoundly un- with no more occasion for howling real, "Hut nb!" howls In applause of It" Scare from our spirits God's holy own snccei's. The stranger, not knowing what caideal. tastrophes may follow on a lieRiiiiitin: So, as a fuaeral bell, slow and so frightful, enraged, ntua7ed. full of deep fears, flees to the shelter of the police So tolls the Past to thee. Weep! man near by. When the ussnultisl wretch hns toUl Ida talc, with tunny n How speaks the Present Honrf gesture of the mangled remnln of his hat. the guardian of the peace offers Walk, upward glancing. So shall thy footsteps in glory be him as the only cousofutlon. "U'ess halb gehen sle dcun ausr ("Why do tracked, j you go (iiit?) In othrr- - wonls, "Io Slow, but advancing. not wear a silk bat in the street ou Scorn not the smallest of daily en- St Sylvester's duy." ! This custom of the demolition of deavor; high hats has liecu traced back to Let the great mctming ennobh it ISIS. It had Its origin In a comment ever; oration of the riots ou St. Sylvester's Droop not o'er efforts expended-'i- n day In that year. Hie lower classes mtvlng at that time resorted to this vain; of expressing Hielr as believing thai labor i gain forceful method iKMirgcolsle. Work hostility. t the of whom the high lint wus dls'tlnrtlre. , What doth the Future say A most pleasant custom Is found lu Turn thy face sunward : the Kheulsh provinces. ,v gentleman Is Look where light fringe thft far ris- walking In Hie fctroct when smldenlr ing slope. lie heirs NHikeu iosely In Ids ear the wonls, Tnwtt Seujahr!" the greeting Day cometh onward. he Watch; though so long be the twi- of the day. Ity the law of tlie daypay Is thus made captive and must light delaying. ransom. Let the first sunbeam arise on thee IN Merlin, innny German u common llpNew Souvenir Aid. 1' .Japanese merchants dlstr inn prints lo their i utn the beginning of the .. . I...,, .11. ...I ... I...... i lie niiiiiiMi'in iii- - i ivu ii i left of the print are the name of h merchant, bis sticel address and la nature of Ids business The pi ti generally Is Intended to esprcs .o wishes for the patron and u lii'i In ,i prosperity for the proprietor rylng out this tutrpo.se nn club, rat i c . i - BgKz?yl The Three M o i I winter nud Is extremely fragtiiut It has a very prominent place In Japa iirsc life. There are seven god of good fortune. These are always n ivyk lu New Year greeting cnnls. These seven gists corrcsHud to ISIlllken la this country, and roeiitly Hllllkeu himself has Ihs'H opiitar lu Japan. The prints have two puriKises. Tbiy convey gisx) wishes lo the patron an.t "V they advertbie the inercluint. One esieclally artistic print given out by a dealer lu household utensil contains n picture of a mounted war rlor trying to cross a turbulent rlier Tho slpilticnufe Is that If you strive and persist In life you will' In .the eiul achieve fume. The characters in tlm panel are an m1c to this effect A Kobe lhpior iteHler gave out a picture showing Kblsn. gist of wealth, in a ery happy idomL He Is going lUh lug, and nuioiig lue many buss one large red one flail Iraj up tefore him, which en lives him grent Joy. as tils fare will show. From a Kids; dealer In rice cakes came a canl showing an nttend.-wi-t a till (red sea bass) for tlieccle-bnitloThe legend hanging ou the plum tn-- e lu the ilcture Ih au lurlu tlou to all palma--t to come uud their special rice raLrs. At New Yesr's It Is customary to play battletlore, and a lady Is seen ready for a gnme New York Sun. syiulKiltsm Is used. The stork (In .lapan) Is Mipposi I p live l.tfO years, the turtle l.lxXi.. ,irs Hence they Isitb express a wish f, r long life. The pine tree Is a'u.ij.s green, therefoie ii Is it syiiilsd of iter mil good fortune. The fan Is the mui bol of Increasing good foituiie as tunc passes good fortune llicreilses us a fin ojiens out. The plum tree blossoms in praying Fear not, for greater i I is God by thy fW T""BBr'",Bi'""",pP'"""",Br",B WWWW" 'Roman New Year Like Our Own ' i , side Than the armies of Satan against 'Why New Year's Day Now? ancient Arabs ami their cousins used to count their liours Ih'fore sunrise, and the "eleventh hour" of Scripture- wus the lime when the sun was near selling. awl travelers had io bestir tbeiasehc to llub.il their Journey before dark. Our present system Is- - rutber more arbitrary, but Its sins against the order of nature are trllles coiniutrcd with tliose of our almanac nrruugement. Kveu In railway towns !! uu" marks u moment not fur from tliu time when the Biiu stnnds nearest the zenith and "12 p. in." when It gets furthest away from It. Buwhat ou earth or lelow entitles the eleventh day after the 'Jtst or December to claim prestige us the of the new year? Our New Year Is- made to coincide with the of n new month, but our mouth plan Itself only aggravates the absurdity of the arrangement. If December were notched buck u week ami u hulf It would straighten out September. June and March, too: the seasons would begin at beginnings nil around, and the dispute ulnnit the meaning of "winter months" nud "summer mouths" would be nbl luted. Our Saxon forefathers, with their primitive methislsof computation, beat s us about u week, their Kahlerfest feast) being nearly contemporary with our Christmas. Tho Celtic drulds made even n better guess nnd celebrated the resurrection of the sun god on tho Uth or 'JOth or December. Their night spirits were supposed to assume control of the atmosphere about the? time of tho September cipil-tio- x uud to have things more or less their own way for the ne.xt three mouths. F. I Oswald In Cincinnati Enquirer. I - tl:-ho- k Calling With a Donkey 1 sight eSM Mir-pris- thee allied. Religious Herald. TUG ! I i I I Year's V h Itul-lur- il l ever looked tipou." said a prominent Chbagoau whve early home was lu a little "down In Egypt" village, "win n New Year's ullliig rig. "Tho rivalry among the young men of the place was very strong, aud all )( them put their wits to the test In un effort to 'astonish the tuitrvcs by the oddity or their conveyances, lu a contest of this kind the cullers usually went in groups of three :tnd fours, but one young man announced that he had decided to "Hock, by himself.' e "Wc knew by this that he hud n in store for the community uud so he had. About 11 "'clock be appearresldeuce sticet of the ed In village seated in a big. old fashioned rocking chair druwu by the only donkey of which the town could loast. "As thcslclghlug was Idenl he bud no diillculty In making his way over the hard packed snow. "The towtl never had such a laugh before or since that time. A baud of yelling uud hooting youngsters followed In his train, mid the tumult lusplr ed the donkey to put forth his must tremendous vocal efforts." the-mai- "qplIE most dellghtfttlly ludicrous - (Hal-dur'- Wc laughed you. Goodby, Old Yearl n ltti you. wo ttuinVd with h 1 vlbltctf.-but'wJH- s Tho glass ot fin wo Tju.iffod with you Wlillo bitting eldo by tld'i. You made life bright, I'ut out ot tight Tho crlcfs wu lmJ to hide. i We danced with you, wu irariC(id with you, Whilo others lots cntrunccd with you Just Blowly plodded on. You lent a hand At all wo plaiimd. Wo miss you now you're Bono. Wo dined with you, wo pined with you. And many, too, oft wined with you. Old Year, who went no fast. You wero u friend Clear to the end. Your Joys an J woe are past. We sighed with you. we cried with you. And tome they almost died with juu. 'Tls hard tu u)' goodbyl Your heart was warm Through sun aud storm. Wt grieve that you ahould dte. Mra. tindlejf Brodeu ln,Uf. tf heu 1 was young the coming of a new year nlwuys found mo Jubilant; uow I ma old tho coming of the ucw year always finds mo silent. My favorite book then was "The Pleasure of Hoiks." which l long since ceased to read; my fuvorlte book now Is "The I'leasures of Memory," of which 1 tncun to read n page tonight. It will not take mu long, and It will suit the hour nnd the time. It Is ubout tho now year, not the now year that Is to be, but the new years that were the old, old new years. Illchn'rd Henry Stoddard. W& New Year and Old. FTfll- I'iitttniiu ilinltiHif tut tin tlrwft ilnv ut the leafs llrst month and tbi'J whole ensuing mouth to thegodi Julius, from whom It derive Its unmo of Junuury uud whom they represented us a mull with two faces, one look-lu- g backwnid, the other forwanL Implying that he stood between the old uud the 'new year with a regard to both. Throughout Juuiniry tlvey offered sacrifices to Juuu upon twele altars, und on the Hist duy of that month t were cureful to so regulate their that their every word uud aty4 should be u happy augury for ull the ensuing days of tlic year Ovid and other Latin writers of that ugu nlluiie to the suspcn.slou of ull litigation aud strife, the reconciliation vf differences between friends, the smokj dig altars and tlie white robed proic sions to the capltol upon the first day of Julius or New Year's duy, as wo now call It. They uLso tell of the exchanging of visits, the giving uud receiving of presents. or "btreiiue." the masquerading uud the feasting with il which In their lime the duy wus throughout the Kumnii empire The modern gentleman who puts ou his swallow tailed eout uud his white necktie today nud sallies forth to visit his lady friends will bo surprised lo learn that the Human dandy, arrayed lu u new shirt uud toga, went out upon precisely tho sumo errand more than 'J,(x0 years ago. From the very birth of Christianity tho participation by Christians in the festival observance of New Year's day wus vigorously opposed until, ubout the fifth century, the Mth or December had gradually become u llxcil festival comineinorutlvo or our Lonl's nativity, whereupon the 1st of Junuury ulso assumed u biK'clully sacred diameter us tho octave or Christmas day. Ah such it still holds u place In tho calendars of tho various brunches of the eastern nnd western church, but ouly ns u feast of suboidlimte Importance. - I ion-duc- cele-bnite- !SCrt, For the New Year. Oufbf the city ihut mars nnd cries I bend you u dreurn or dclbjht to the Oiat of tho heart of tliu winter tlmo I aend you u leaf from the young prlmo. i eyes- - ear's Out of tho toll nnd the trouble of night 1 tend you u bong of the dawn's delight- - For nil things dlo to arise ngnln. Save pain and sorrow, tint shadow of pain. And beyond tlie reach of Ood. the rack and rod there remalnetn a reat for tho people . tl'V '. - , Edmund Qoue- T ?$r r " t r a fortune by means of this advanco to do, he will be put In tho nllltuda Information. If that Is true, we ought .. nlnr IIIJ HiinKnnfnltnn frit Ml TOOK ADVANTAGE ? in ... 111 UJIflljaill D5E SCIENCE TO lf,M iffl II.KUii to know It. If there Is a 'leak' anyrrrmTSaCai Vernon, nltho the stntlstlca of.post-olllc- o -' b"J !2rr i 03 " !r.l'eYL i where In tho Cabinet or among othbusiness ilono there would warf INFORMATION ers In the confidence of tho AdminOF PORK BILL rant the construction of u Inilldlncg . istration, it ought to he determinnts hriuid Drachm Meanwhile, while tho wnys aro ed so that, tho country may know greased to unahlu thin monumenabout it." tal pork grab menmira to Htldo thru HCANDAI. IX TllKKATKXKD 1 ' . XDVOCATK KXI'KNDITl'ltK For Infanti ar1 C tho House, the Trexuiry Department AS H..SUI.T OK Vim I'OHTOI'l-'IC. .,.- ,- .r.. Pn Infill Coughs Itcllcvctl. Gei'ral Hurlcsou nr.i WASHINGTON i, nml Postmaster AM.KUKD HPKCUJ.ATIOX. mm trrmm tl HUII.DINCS. Dr. King's New Discovery Is a I doing everything they can to block soothing, healing remedy for coughs Inlqu tho efforts 14 fasten such an mid colds that has stood the test of tons burden on tho taxpayers. Burle BEGUN nearly fifty years.' For that cough son, being nt the head of thd postal ; INVESTIGATION uu j raiwwaiaimy DEPARTMENTS OPPOSED service, would ordinarily be nssumed that strains the throat and saps the :oi,-- 3 rcn cent. vitality try Dr. King's New Discovery. years of experience to know thru A 1 wnTra McItainrntian&rAswhat Is required to house the facili- Cabinet Member Makes Inquiry That The soothing pine balsams and mild vjliicroodliyRejJiua- Af laxative. Ingredients soon jlrlvc tho Ho Is telling rrm Thlrtpon Kentucky Tonus Aro Pro- - ties of that Fcrvlce. . 5tomadsanuiKwcii .May Itrsult In Democratic W iVl M cold from tho system. Havo a bottlo members of Congress that In no Intiled I'm- - in I'ork llnncl on hand for winter colds, croup, a postofllco building stance should Mimmii e. grlppo and bronchial-- affections. At be erected where tho population of hcfclyPfomoUnDKcsUon 2 your Druggist, fioc. Is less than flvn thousand, tho town lliccrfulncss and BwL'Contams Washington, Doc. 23. Tho names nor where tho rental of present quarters neither Opium,Morplnnc Washington, Dec. 24. Two is less than one thousand dollars 1 of two United States Senators have CHASES BEAU AND THEN Mineral. Not Namcotic of Government Treas- year, or where tho postal receipts dragged Into the gossip relating to THE IJEAK CHASES HIM jiafaaJSsaaamim ury and Postolllce are arrayed aro less than fifteen thousand dol- reports of sock speculations by 1, - lars a year. having advance ncnliiHl Him In CoifI That Is the sttindnr.l Government oincials West Mllford, N. J., Dec. 25. John AJMI I hctrlltSaUt ' ;rest In 0110 of tho most interesting i,tld down by tho Postmaster Gencr- - knowledge of President Wilson's Fly, of this town, chased a black I WitStrd leKlslatlvo warfares ever stuped at ,,1 a standard that has been violat lii'tiwi; iiuiu. 1 hear for moro than half a mile. The ( I L, mo and again In framing tin tho National caplUil. ho story threatens to develop In-- 1 exercise finally became too strenuous f item Sml I PaiMS? Tho fight Is over tho omnibus ponding bill, sastrous political scandal that for the animal and he came to a stop. tfiftiynraVIii j. U. in As he did so Fly pulled the trigger. liublic building bill which tho pork-- 1 serious dissensions TliliUen Kentucky Iteins. A helpful Remedy for V18 Officials He discovered ho had forgotten to nro bent 011 forcing thru lwrrelers Kentucky has thirteen Items and high Democratic circles. At inn and Bkirrhoca. Congress Immediately after the all of them arc for towns of less than who have been able to kocp their load his riflo and returned home, ,i FrwrishncsS anil MJj TnccnvStElf Christmas recess. Notwithstanding I 5,000. Following Is a list of tho own skirts clear charged that a mem covering tho course back in about rcsuUinUiercfpMnjnUifanty- tiio enormous estimated expenses of, Kentucky towns recognized In tho ber of tho Cabinet engineered tho half the tlmo he made going and min-- ,u plan for an Investigation. tho Government during the next mid the population of each: us his hat and gun. SI Facsimile Siwturtof Tho Cabinet member has been fre1,532; e.l )ear, which tower nbovo the esHazard, r.37; Stanford, by the barking Fly was awakened timates of any other year sluco tho Shelbyville, 3.U2; Ilarbourvllle. 1,- - quently characterized as tho politi of Ills six dogs. Ho went to a winI TiiECnnvuiCoMPi;,r' Internment was founded, and 633; Central City, 2,545; Eminence, cian of the olllclal family. Ho Isl dow, looked out and saw them givknown on Capitol Hill than on ing battle to the bear, which was in NEW YOHIC.' of (he fact that tho UnlteU 1,274: Falmouth, 1,180; Madison-.bette- r LsMarfjnWMPvKtmMBB States will soon face a loiid Issue un-- l vllle, 4,G(i; Murray, 2.0S9; Plkeville, itho other end of Pennsylvania Avenuo tho poultry yard trying to get Into "it.1- - IffTV1 measures are 1.2S0; Hickman, 2,739; Plnevlllo, j and Is said to have a higher perccnt-2,lfi- l; tho henhouse. Tho battlo between retrenchment TTT-a-t -i 4rsiaeflBI - riZ-ago of friends In Congress than In he dogs and bear lasted long enough I nd pled, a powerful pork-barr"J TTS r RusscllYllle, 3,111. in Congress Is determined to Tho annual upkeep of Government- - tho Cabinet. tor Fly to dress. Then he grabbed put thru the pending bill, which is owned buildings in these towns, as Proflts by Advanco Information. iiW gun and when the animal saw Exact Copy of Wrapper. W tOW CITY TMCCIPtTAUfl COMPANY, padded with appropriations for jerk- estimated by the Treasury DepartThe motive Is said to have root hli'i the chaso down a country rond grudge' against the began. in a political water towns where commodiooH.suit-abl- e ment, would be as follows: and satisfactory quarters can Hazard, $3,937.50; Ilarbourville. group of men Involved with the poa-- 1 "I never got close enough to fire now be rented for all governmental $3,4 SO, Central City, $3,817.50; Bible exception of the other Cabinet until wo reached" some woods." FJ." purposes at a small fraction of the Eminence, $4,323; Falmouth, $::.- - member, who Is alleged to have pro- - laid, "when the bear stopped. But cost of upkeep of a Government 72; Madlsonvllle, $4,717.50; Mur- - filed hugely by making timely use ot when I found I had forgotten to j bulldlug, to say nothing of tho cost ray, $3,4S0, Pikcvlllc, $3,355; Hlck- - advanco Information. load my gun I knew home was tho No Whether or not the charges placo for me, and started. The bear of construction or a ljuildlii and In- - man, $4,S30; Pinovllle, $4,00.". terest on the outlay. estimates have been 111 ado for Shcl- - against members of the Administra- made after me, but gave up after he tion nro true, tho story has served to saw the speed he was up against." havo prepared byvllle, Stanford and HuMrllvllle. Tho n rulo to jam tlx' bill thru the HoUH in anyone of these cities the j demonstrate that tho old "grapevine" Mrs. Fly said tho only manner in No Money In tho early days of January. This Treasury Department holds, suitable onto to tho White House and tho which she could account for her iuAdvnnce SntiHfuc-tio- n has been referred to the Com- - quarters can be had for many years State Deparment is as clearly defin- - husband's loss of his hat was that rule Gnor of'cd as ever In the days of special his hair stuck up on end and lifted initteo on Utiles, which has not yet to come at a small proportion Evm9StSrTlmW99WwiRm.Wm Bnteod nctcd on It. The pending pork grab tho cost of maintaining tho fixed j privileges. it' off. LowcHtNet havo mentioned The SenaVors carries total appropriations of about cliurgvK of a Government building. e' Fa otv y $35,000,000, Jnia .Is tnimoa 'with the Tho same situation applies In many closo connections In New York and Prices t E.a s i JAv utmost science In order to catch of the other States represented li frequently make headquarters at a WINDSTORM BRINGS TcruiH votes. bill, wbero appropriations are hotel in tins immediate vicinity of tho Saving of Ilroadway and Forty-secon- d Street Want All DMrlds In. carried for cross roads 'towns. $100 to Ono of them is a recognized 'leader FESTIVITIES TO END The plan, which Is the outgrowth From Fc-lor- y of the Democratic sldo and has been legislation, .. of decades of pork-barrP A. STARCK Sloan's Liniment Kor Still" Joints. Direct ftCtlDCNT conspicuous at tho last several conhas lo?n to recognize us many disHlieumatio pains and aches get In- ventions. Representative Wood, of TEltltlFlC GALE SWEEPS CAMP tricts as possible In framing tho om- to the joluts and muscles, making IH YOVA nibus bill, m as to gel the votes of every movement torture. IX MEXIKelievc Indiana, who Introduced the resolu OWNKIME memtion culling for tho investigation, Inthe greatest possible number of CO AXD OX HORDEIt. your suffering with SIohii's Mnlmont; ' Wo will ship you a beautiful Starck Plana fur 20 clays' freo trial. In your bers tor l tie 1)111. Mo difficulty linn it quickly penetrates without rub- tends to get ono as soon as possible. home. No cash rayment required. All we uk Js that you will play upon, usif to imd test this piano for 30 days. If, at the end of that time, you do not had it the been experienced by any member in bing, und soothes anfl warms your Mfo said that If tho committee, mentHt iiraue, eeiesi loiieu unu nnesi piuiicto ia every way, inai yoir nave ver which it was referred docs not make "getting Ills numo in tho pot." In at perfec' liberty send It back, and we will. In that stcn fu: the money, you aro ways, son muscles. Tho congested blood j a report within tho tlmo allotted to Field Headquarters Punitive Exevent, ray the ircJKnt ooin ouirci; i'iano must make good with you. nomo cases appropriations have been action; a single apor there is no sale. Is stimulated to pedition, Mexico, Dec. 25 (by wireinserted where the member of Con- plication will drlvu out the pain. It, ho will call up the resolution on Easy Payments M.) Dust Savs $150.00 or Htrt s tho floor of tho House and seek to less to Columbus, N. gress not only did not request it, You pay no cash down, hut afver CO day We fiip llrt io you tram our factOT, at Sloan's Mnlmont is clean, conveni have It considered, smothered tho great Christmas celepi'.U' ttut cave you uiiwards of 150.00 li Jie of trial, ou can brtnn payment on the (oar hut boldly tiihIo Icnown his opposiest. easiest terms ever eucensted ly a plana ent and quickly effective, It does not j bration at tho field headquarters of cf your piano. Wo guanr.ti-- to furnish Brings Olllclal Notice. tion to pork barrel liuildtirg bills and Wl vou a for )ou can or clog the pores. Get stain the skin the American punitive expedition. A Mtiire txtttr pUno Yo'i trie money than rrolvlns manufacturer. Tlite tenna Itnrc nrranked iforil fciiit vour conrenirnce. and U nvfttluln arc aHiirHl of flvwlxre. Since Introducing the resolution, his determination to vnto against a wilhfutt a: your Druggist, 3011 to buy a pfcino for ywiy lioipe a .'.'.iUcl.iy cwect toncJ lijwblc liigh grade 'bottle y terrific gale from tho southwest drovo which served to bring to olllclal no. ctohg ttc awn-PU:jO. this one. -- . 2 solc. tice tho rumors connecting Govern- offlcere Into thoir quarters and Tho purpose in recognizing the disCrtcivanlatt ' diers into their llttte shelters, gaspj 2nd-RatiWlJUmTM ment officials with the stock-markIsrgalm tricts of thet members was to hold Ewrr Starck riaw 5 IsmclwrUTCIO'yihVi tn ing for breath. Swirling down tho IVACK KY AUGUST, IS yearn W( bate constantly on band Mr. Wood has been in oporatlons. a whip hand over them, as It was the "' and nintCu-auta-rfKaitntftd fir 25 back tare number of sllRbtl used HETTIXtJ IN HEltMX receipt of messages from many parts chimneys of the adobe sh'acks, it sent P)er-- i rirrr ou win ifej believed they would not dare to vole cf It cur S5 yrari of plane and pianos of alt market. unif . n iijuflfPCf, and tlie standard makes taken in country, urging him to pursue the occupants into the open air lighted with tbc nuuy exof the ncalnst a bill that brought a 'sllco of an clj CftblU'ied, for new Starrk I'lanos clusive fcaturen cf these til tho fires in tho grates could bo I Iiondon. Dec. 23. A Frankfort his Investigation to the limit and piano house. and Player-P- i woo. The follow-In- s of -- pork" to their homo people. wonderful tnstrumtaU, and are a few ample bargains! will tic pirated Uh tlie "An Instane In point Is the appro- - jdwpatch to tho Exchange Telegraph determine whether tho reports are extinguished, the smoke cleared out 50 Free Music prteea at hleli very Weber $110.00 nnd the shelters rendered habitable. U3r can be Vcurcd. g) prlatlon of $70,000 Inserted In tho Company, via Rotterdam, says there true. Ono of these messages, receivLessons 92.00 Steinway offrom a New York stock Tents tlattencd, adobo houses and ed Chickering Mil for Mt. Vernon, O. William A ' was heavy betting on tho Ucrllu Fiano leok Free To 00.00 fry rurc'ia8!'r ' fices unroofed and kitchen fires blown Mi nil bo broker reads: Plaifk rianof, e Kite tnv t.f run. haw Kimball 05.00 the representative 'from change today that peace would nuiic lrssoiui. In trie of piano Starck 195.00 book- - which UdtraLd you Tho same - signed before AugntO. "Heartily Indorse your resolution, out. the txtt known Khoolt in a fftna that district, Is a member of tho comC'lilraco. 1 he l,mi you Decause of tho galo every man large amount of SniJ for our latest rompltto calling for full investigation of alon Ptfblie lluildlnRS and dlbpatch says that tho German rWlteo TLIa if n take in your own home, bargain libt. was allowed to con-b,y mall. Thia rfprewnta operations by not on guard duty leged stock-markwill intereat and and has fought tho oiuni- - peror will return to llurlln tor oce year's fr. instruction. Span-In- g Government olilclals who may havo seek shelter from tho dust. Orderbill from Its Inception.' In vol- - ferenco with tho American and 1313 Starck 1iM., CHICAGO P. A. STARCK PIANO CO., beused their purposes to influence mar- lies, sent out with messages, iigalnst It, as lie says he Intends fell Ambassadors. came lost In the limits of the camp If such conditions ket fluctuations. actually exist as would seem prob-abl- o and took an hour to walk a thousand to an experienced follower of yards. Travol without dust goggles something radical should was impossible. Hundreds of men 5 lio dono to exposo those who aro be are hat less who, not realizing the Don't force of tho wind, ventured into the traying their public trust. billow resolution to bo killed in corii- - pon only to seo their headgear swept -mlttee, but use sumo courago to keep away ovor the mesa, Tho head- quarters camp appeared as a groat It alive as you displayed In Introduc$ blur. ing It on tho Hoor of tho House. Although tho day was cloudless, Mr. Wood declared that ho did not Introduce Ills resolution on tho hardly n ray of sunlight pieiced tho spur of the moment, nor without enveloping craat. Most of the olllcca were lighted by taking into consideration tho consc Lifetime experionco with best of workmen, andean quenecs of such action and what P. gasoline and lunturns. The wlud roso Christmas ove nnd means to persons who might become give any referenco desired. Call ino on Hartford Dy Increased tn violence) steudlly. You win be u success, 'und a big'suecess, if you havo Dubblo In Stocks. daylight tho music of tho bands, 5 Mill Co., '.plione, or address mo at Hartford, Ky. ' Ho consulted with a( largo number Z AMOTION, EUBRGY, NERVE. of tho leaders of the House who, which played carols instead of bugX . liko himself, had hoard tho rumors lers sounding reveille, was heard onTho road to success is easy if you aro propurly ly In snatches. that olilclals possessed of the chief requisite Gen. J. J. Pershing directed the prepared. A Business Education is tho of tho Administration had ' dabbled in stocks with profit to them- efforts of n score of orderlies to buvo ajmost with- KJ for prepared lies?. Tho big men of today his living quarters from blowing' We Knock the Spots Out of Things selves. After these conferences ho yesterday. was advised to prepare tho resolu- away. It was impossible to seo mure out exception are tho men wJio. prepared than three feet in uuy direction for tion. aro waiting Wo prepare you for; tho position that "Theso rumors had become o In- hours tit u time. Two artillerymen '" sistent," said Mr. Wood, "that I felt were Injured by, fulling ndobo walls, for the prepared manor woman. School in session Fldy-fiv- e tho country hud tho right to know ono had a leg broken, the other ti French Dry denned and Tressed in a typewriters. tho entire year. Pupils may enter at any time and whether there was anything in them. hip. explained by Moving Superior Manner I found In talking with members of muchluc. Seven big receive proper wlud-storSoml us your Garments nud Hare El Paso, Tex., Dec. 25.--- A tho House that others had heard tho Shorthand, BookThem marred Christmas celubratloua roports and without exemption they keeping, Telegraphy, Stenotypy, udvlsad mo to mako this demand In tho army camps In this district toMils!:, I'rtmary Normal. Ex CLEANED CLEAN day, blow sand over tho Chrudmae for an inquiry. pert teachers. Modorn etiulp-moPackage callod (or and delivered. "I havo never sought uotoristy in dinners at noon in tho mow house o Position assurctl. i this or In any other matter aln.ee I and prevented many of the bnd con- THE ELITE PRESSING CLUB Write tor eataloguu. became n member of Cougreaa au-- l certs and outdoor celebrations from A. Ivn.NuIl, Prop. uty action hi tbia ease vraa iMrompted being held. (Incorporated) K -- I Daviess Co. Bus-- . Collegeby the fgu'Uig that we ihguld Know IIAKTPOU1), KKNTUCKY.- about u lacorporntad QWENSBORQ, KY. ataaU tlila iwn n m "I v as OWHNSllOltO. K FOR FLETCHER'S IlnrUord Ilvimb. Subscrlbo for Tho morning o tl. iUtl that Thomas W. licuii Si.00 per j ear. Lawuon, of Uostou, had cleaned up LTffl!,:,,liJi'ffi.rf ' tejt'ijH PASS n k bn-lu- - 8msm Sikl Know;ieat wrs $TORSA vomers 4-- ff lrtier Signature f ' X)T )r ' pork-barrclc- rs m , w, ,n Vv n 11 rritinn fT V Oso .i Us-.b- ill Ovor' Thirty Years 1 el el-i'- iit GASTOI I pork-barrele- rs Starck Pianos m! IjnWSSsrlH $200 1 el OlVU-SSOLUIKIt- S 30 DAYS FREE TRIAL t tt to-da- r, 2-- OK-Vc- -t. et nd second-ban- ' rpu-ttllo- lo-Jn- y us SeconJ-lon- et Yon I can Be w lateye Yoe Want To e 'J lk tho-mark- :THOS. B. 'MOSS I Plasterer, ecorator and Cottfractor. ' t I con-llden- Ladies' and Men's Garments a n 1 ehu-silieatio- m Hi MB I liiM Silf ut .1 p-- - I .1- ' CASTORIA Children Cry. - a: ST. "4- - KfJRIJ'i' - r 1 7 Mr. nnd Mrs. A. R. Renfrow, of NarAmerica, nnd n worker for prison re- BENNETT OBJECTS Til '. rows. feeform saw and took pity on the Dolbort Hlnes, of Owncsboro, is ble, amaciated old man she saw walk- CALLING 111 111 BEDA visiting Fred Armcudt this week. ,. iirdlnu In law ii h lng across the prison yard. Mrs. Evolyn Silk, of Memphis, Is Kj., rmnll .irlf Sho Investigated nnd found not parents, Mr. nn.l tho guest of against Kilmer, a slngio black mark f onB tho men njt 8KKH X() IUUso FOK NOT CAM, Mrs. T rt Ford. "ntl lnstnllcd, IMItor MiisOX .1. IIAIIXKTT Ma JIm ne Armciitlt nnd llttli had proved r system ()Ii) ., roUNTV W. 8. TIN8LEY... Business Manager (laughter Marguerite, were tho guests success. So Mrs. Dooth went to TOWN HUCK HORN. .Mrs. Ora Renfrow at Narrow.i to, Lansing and saw Governor Ferris nnd Address nil communications Monday. " " i' "! !'" Vbe Hartford Republican. Miss Jeasyc Marlow, of Bowling . "Dad" Kilmer tho recipient of the urren Normal, Is spending tho boll-da(By Capt. Bennett.) pardon. customary Thanksgiving SUBSUHIBbMS NO riCB TO with her parents, Mr. and My Dear Editor:- - Some days ago sabwribprK iiiflriim th.iwrwni i " with tho nardon In her band she went lnm.iktM.rth. 'back tQ ddrwimutirtve'tli.iM-il.l- n Jnckson nnrt tilcro they Set in remitting what happened to bo Mrs. R'enzo Marlow. IMDMl Roy l.ltsey, or Russellvllle, Is Repubmy 25th subscription to Dooth sent KUmor free. ilDitniwM Looilx iin-- l .Niitliv- - !" " ll' "' '"" to Chicago and Mrs. was taken to him lican, I mentioned tho Tho that I homo for a few days. fact tho ho mm Una for wi.li mlilliliiiiiil m 9r ObltaiiNiM. tlmiilulliiii" im.i i'mnI hi Tli "l ' homo nnd thero ho will stay as long had been retired from tho active pr lliw minify In mlTim.-Wc Cnro For Dumb Dcnit. service and would probably hereafas ho wishes. for rliv tiw. ' ' Hi Cbunb Niitl-vWe havo opened n hitch nnd feed as for venturing out Into tho ter reside in Ohio county. But Klvertli"ni-i'l'- i. f' I"' ,,"t You stated my old homo was near stnhle In tho building recently occu" world which has forgotten him nnd tin Anonjmnn- - rniiiinnnlnitliiii (tfntlMi to which ho is a stranger, Kilmer "Bcda." Well, f havo this much to pied by Cooper & Co., nnd aro ready say. It might have been, on Monday, to meet your wants in Hint lino. Leave balks. don't havo to go out," he says. July 22, 1S22 I don't pose, howev- your horso where you know It will bo "I 12 C u.xxx'b orlnrii CO "If you will Just give mo a little er, as remembering very much nbout cared for. 3?"ttrm.ro' Mutual TAYLOR & CRABTREE, work insldo I'll get along all right." happenings on that dato nor for sevHartford, Ky. eral years subsequently, but I don't .DKCKMHKH 20 FRIDAY. . o believe the town nor tho OUT OP STYIiK; "SLEET" CAI.Ii IT "GLAZE" NOW (which does not exist now) was at ' that time named Bcda, but was plain The Kentucky soldiers don't seem - old Buck Horn as It had been from good sack holders for those to mako Washington, Dec. 27. Tho oldsnipers. fashioned "sleet" Is going out nf tho earliest settlement of the State, stylo this winter beforo the newer It seems Hartford, otherwise known Santa Clnus has come nnd gone, "icestor'm" and "glaze" Weather In early Kentucky history as o now wo may go ahead with our y in nctt's Fort, had In prior yearn ninln-the- ir officials reported phrases and sentences. Thero were none campaign for more accurate tained a terminology for various kinds of.otuu- - nearer than "The Yellow Tho soldiers on duty In Texas had frozen rain. Sleet is olllciaHy de- -' Banks" (Ovvcnsboro) In that portion their Christmas dinner ruined when scribed as small globbules of rain ' "f tho State. But after Oen. v tho wind blew sand over the desert. frozen beforo striking the earth. Wayne's victory at Fallen Timber., Kentucky County was opened up for Since tho Independents hold the When rain freezes after falling and 1792,yoar balance of power In the House they forms a glassy coating on the settlement, and later about ground, trees and wfrcs tho condl- -' of admission, saw the towns of Buck likely show their Independence. will tion Is called a glaze, and when this Horn (now Bedn), Buford, Pleasant by wind Ridge, and Mnsonvllle, irll traders The price of monkeys has gone Is severe Tho posts, along tho "Hurl" Ford"-- ' up. Now, why don't some of those it Is reported as an icestorm. Bureau hopes to eliminate low Bank's" trail, we know put on a little extra and what it considers Improper use of th None of theso names have ever cell out. word "sleet," as it has caused sub-- . heon changed except our poor, little Terms havo been agred upon be- stitutiou of tho term "tornado" for old Buck Horn, and I challenge, tween tho hunter and tho quail and "cyclone" when a violent storm of sfnco u had borno this name for after Jnnuary 1st complete peacu will small diameter is meant. nearly 100 years, thero was no occaRev Harlan begins his second year hare been restored. Hut as In Met- - i 3 sion then, nor has there been since, as pastor of the First Christian Ico it will not last. nor is there now, to chaugo the Church of Hartford He received a CAN'T DIKKOISK WIFE IN T' UT WINS CASK name of this town. The only occa- unanimous call from the local church able One of sion that might bo for such proce- recently and his work for the last to attend tho meeting of the Press -- "She has n dure would bo the case of two towns year was heartily approved. "ec- - Rev i c"lcaK. ,f,ociatlon is the idea of missing the two weeks. of the snmo name In the same State. Harlan has also been railed by the lcn Pictures taken addresses of Colonels William J., and She wears silk llngere. She loves Such does not exist In Kentucky nor Christian Church of Fordvllle and , Koniniers. , no one but herself. having accepted will preacli there Sho doesn't love do I bellevo it over has. I am willing when it comes o hi the second Sunday of each mouth throughout the me any more." Weekly papers ' This was the plea In Judge Stelk's changing the name of Beda fur th- - He Is also Chaplin of the local Mae-cahcountry are raising tho price of sub town, voting precinct and the public lodge, of which he is an arden ecriptioii in order to meet the In- - Court of Domestic Relations or school, which are nil that amount to member. in the cost of materials, eph Carso, charged with fifteen pictures of all anything to, to' mark my copy of The, sus-- i Ho presented Nearly a thousand papers ha-Tiie Repul-- - size aud snowing all poses as evi - uepuuncan in which tins appears, MICH COST OF MONKEYS piyided publication. HAMPERS SCIENCE !"Yes Iluck Horn," and return it to lican has up to the present time done donee. "I love her just like this," h The Republican's editor. I believe neither. On the other hand wu ar . Washington, Dec. 2fi. Like food. carrying subscribers who are Tar b- - continued, excitedly, and smacked there aro plenty or others who will do the mine In ease of the Herald's white paper and shoe prices, the cos' We the back of his hand with his lips. bind with their subscriptions. "What I say about the silk clothes readers, who may read- this scrawl. of monkeys has gone up, aud ft was offer a gentle hint that this cannot that pathological ecousin of mine, Hon. disclosed wildly.' "Wait, A double-llrs- t KO on much longer and suggest that is true," he shouted .Judge. I show you," and he seized Alvls S. Bennett, whom you all know, perlments being conducted by th pay up. you ' tho abounded Mrs. Carso and began 'and whose birthday is July 21, 1S72, Public Health Service are in dangT being seriously hampered by I feel, I can count on his votu as of THE HOME COMI.VC. to di.srobe her violently. it. . "Stop him, stop him," command-IHi- s "yes Iluck Horn", on the lines pre- scarcity of available simians. The little city has beeu stimulated cently the servlcu needed a dozen week by the return ol scores otod tho 'Judge, hammering with his scribed now. Vi and former citizens, gavel as Carson persisted, and Mrs. tons, daughters As for myself, this is the place monkeys to be inoculated with germs In its hygienic laboratorTcrhaps never before hae so many Carson desperately resisted, where I went to school most of my wbb'formerly called Hartford their "I can't afford to live with her, time. "I fought, bled aud died (?) ies, but could get only sl and had to f home spent the holidays here. It is let alone support her," continued Car-gre- on Bunker's Hill." The nanus then pay $18 each, although a llttlo more 9i Will open at Ucavor - Dani. Kv. f f? lp see tho familiar faces and so after he had been quieted. was nuck' Horn, and no body ever than a year ag6 they wen more plenning!o with old friends on their old "I can seo you are telling tho thought or anything else. What! tiful nt $8 a head. South American ground. It is good also truth about tho pictures. (Stamping I'll take Beda! Who ever heard or tho name monkeys aro used. Officials attribute the scarcity to for those who have been away to bo your word for the lingerie," said or u town after an existence of 100 the closing by the war of the world's days, at least. Rt home for a few Judge Stelk. "You are discharged." years being cnanged? In my youth i The return or sons anil aaugnters t t wns rjiick Horn. And now, since. principal wild animal market at Any and all outside pupils or teachers who aro good In other fields who have made I'm liable to come back to an old Hamburg, Germany. XUY M iy OELHnu XTK prepared to enter, whether thoyeareto take tho Js an honor to any community and"' Y 'Tha.SFEU OF ISLANDS worn out farIn brok,n dow afc'' HEAVER DAM DEPARTMENT 20 years service, Jj Teachers Examination or not, aro urged to enter X ineir presenco kiiuuiu uo aim i a "a good old wagon Mr. Bert Angle, or Memphis, has pource of Joy, not only to relatives, v. I go ! r... i. Plans for nut ,,ont' and broke down," amHp,!n? been tho guest or relatives several January iJ, 1 Si 1 T. lUO .. gOOd Citizens. , Ut to ail . . . lurn " n Pall mv nrarnRt tnu-,;i great navai tiemonsirauou 10 big- days this week. ...,.,.. town over to them. Como, work with us, and let us try to help enali we I "I mv uaiuu jiiueuiuu iitijujniiiuii uir .u. Well. get sorter 'low alnt" and Mr. Frank Barnes spent last weektno wnoie bioomin' thing Weh,t ImIl0 nru boine con- - win f other. 'j( Danlsh WILSON'S PROPOSAL CAUSES changed if you readers of The Re- end with relatives in Ioufhvlllc. Mr. and Mrs. Morton Willlanm, of PAIN SAYfc CONAN DOYLE sl',,)rel uy State ,lni1 Navy Depart- - publican and Herald will vote yes, otlicials. Probably the entire i ment TUITION $3.00 PER MONTH. I & Boone, spent n part of the will help mo along the lines Indicat- Danii ChriKtmns holidays with Mr. J. D. London. Dec. 23. President Wll- -' Atlantic lleet will bo ordered to St. ed. (Herald please copy.). tho lonK s0UKnt nuval ba8 Williams and family. on mewago has caused pain and For further information, call on or address f J5 y Mr Leo Stevens, of lotilsvilh, arprise in Great Britain. When Oer- - aiv to Participate in the celebra-manFarm For Salo. upper hand and thous- - l,on rived Saturday to spend Christmas had tho I desire to Minister Ilrun. of Denmark, ror- sell my farm of 75 Hith his family. n,i f vMinin. i.rn i,oi,.P nPmn. "'""y ndvlsed the State Department acres, locatwl on thu Hartford and Mist") Begs and Anna Alford eni rated hv horolllcials and hor trooDs J? wo had no word of protest from the today that tno treaty for th0 8a, of ;McHenry public road, 2 miles from tertained at cards Wednesday evenDam. Ky. ,no lsuin,lH lla(' Dec approved by.McHonry. ono mllu from Hartford ing. Those receiving invitations United States. Now, when we are d Centertown Pike. Three good were: Misses Elolno Austin, Geneva Btrongcr and there Is some prospect KinK ("'"'lit':1". and would be giving to the aggressor a de- - natcllP1 fron Copenhagen December wells of water, plenty of fruit for Taylor, Georgia Leo llartlett, or Owof our :i0, u Bho,ll(1 r0llch ,ll'ro two weeks family use, fairly good buildings, 20 onsboro; Aiinu Barnes, Mary-Tylsorved lesson, Mr. Wilson would In- later for Secretary Lansing's bidna-acre- s in woodland, balance cleared Cook, Keener Napier, Zaleno Allen, 'I.OI isvii.i.i: TOCKT irrfr.ro Itesolutlons or llop4ct. of which 20 acres Is .bottom land. Elizabeth Moore and Ella McKonnoy. KA1CM M)AN HANK Cromwell Lode No. 092, Crou It soems to us extraordinary that ' moblllz-Ideal- s Will soil at a bargain. T" Atlantic lleot will be Chaugo In Messrs. Bert Angle, Hanill King, Jjo ehould bee no difference In the well, Ky. WnslilnKtou, Dee. 27. Twelve Marshal Barnesf Ormnn Taylor, Ivan of tho two sides of tho side '', at "uantanamo. Cuba, for winter occupation only reason or selling. Whereas, On tho 4th day of Noven BEN L. DAVIS, Grady, Hoyt Taylor, Arthur Creel, cities in which aro to bo located the her. 191 U, the doath angel kuocke which Invaded Duluium and of tho maneuvers next month and will ho " evieweu mere oy Assistant becreta- - 24 tr Beaver Dam, It, 2. Clifford Maildox, Frank Barnes and Federal Farm Loan ll.inks wero an- at the door of ur lodge und too), her. Mdo which defend. KoOMmrtt. Mr. RooBCvelt, who nounced today liy tho Fiirm Loan from our lt ih11 vBrvdlshLartwiliiu it on,.' Everett Likens. midst our friend and llroth j wlu bu on h,s way l0 ,,,sJ,ect tho na-- ! FORDSVILLE ITEMS. .Mr. S. J. Angler, of Durham, N. C, Hnurd, and it its expected that within viio lovos Amoricn. or, Wurren C. Stowart, Ago 2a year val forces in Haiti and San Domingo, fc Miss Ells Rculrow, of was the guest of friends tho first of sixty dnys tin new nymom will l)u I Dec. 27. month nnd 9 day). Therefore r ' i mny taKii cnargo or tlio ceremonies In operation, ready to nniUo the loans IN JAIL SO I.OXC3 HE Louisville, is tho guest of friends the week. It St. Thomas. FORGOT FREE WAYS,"1 and relatives In Narrows and Forda-vill- o Miss Elolso Austin entertained at for which application!! already are iteolved. That In hi death tbw thin week. rook Thursduy evening. Those In- lionrlne In from ever Hoction of the lodgo has lobt u truo and falthfui . Chicago, Dc. 25. William Kll- - MEXICANS PROMISE TO Dr. Frank Slatou aud family, of vited were: Misses Bess and Anna country. PREVENT FUIITIIEK SNIPING Erin, Okla., aro visiting 'Mrs. Slatou's Alford, Geneva Taylor, Mary Tyler mcr is out of prison for tho first time The banks will bu tuil up In I.oulu-ll!- brother, his father u dutiful von aim loving years, but somehow In thirty-thre- o Sprlnr.deld. Mhh.s.; Baltimore, IUr brothera and slHtera parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Osilney, Conk, Znlcno Allen, Elizabeth Moore, brother, thu community u good j?n' seem to appreciate It. Ho' Washington, Dec. 27. Assurance1! of this place. h doesn't Anna Barnes, Keener Napier, Georgia C'oluinbla, S. C; New Orloana, Ln.; fajt was behind barred doors so long that havo been glvon Brlg..Qcn. Bell,' at Houston, Tex.; St. Louis, Mo.; St. loyal citizen and his church n Mrs. John Taylor, of West Virginia Leo Bartlett, Burko Napier, Ella ful member, llo it further forgotten to use his freedom, El Paso; Tex., by Mexican military i is tho guest of her mother, Mrs. Jose- lie has and lone Taylor; Messrs. Paul, Minn.; Omuha. Neb.; Wichita, That to tho beroaved Kan.; Spokane, Wash., and Berkley, fo now ho Just stays in nt the Volnn- - omcers that every ctforl will bo made phlue Rogers during tho holidays, Hainil King, Marshal Barnes, family wo cxtond our earnest ant (fere of America homo nnd does little to prevent sniping from tho Mexican Mrs. Rogers has been quite sick for Taylor, Arthur Creel, Omar Mul-hal- l, Cal. heartfelt sympathy and commend odd Jobs, and whou ho isu't busy sido of tho boundary lino as was several days, but is Improving now. Clifford Muddox, Hoyt Taylor, them to our Heavenly Father for (ToiiKh Mcdirlnn for Children. floor nine paces down and ccntly directed nt Kentucky Guards- tho Prof. O. L. Shultz and wife, are Frank Barnes, Archlo Davis, Lyman .Mru. Hueh Cook, Bcottavlllo, N. comfort, who doeth all things will chjht paces across Just as ho did men. Gen. Boll reported ho visiting in Narrows and Owcnsboro Taylor and Carl Miller. r., says: "About ftvo yearn nj;o He it further believed thero would bo no further this week. m In .tho cell ho has loft forovcr. Resolved, Tiial those rosblutlon-- ' "Dad" Kilmer, as ho was known trouble. when wo were llvl'nK in (lurbutt, N. Maurico Truman, of Louisville It Administrator h Notice. Mention was made in tho dispatch visiting bis parents, Mr. aud Mrs., Ed la tbo Jackson (Mich.) prison, was All persons having clalnin against V I doctored two ol my children bo spread at largo on tho minutes of friendless when ho went thero tor of a similar instance, reported pre- Truman, this week. tbo estate of R. U Taylor, deceased, aufferint; from colds with Chamber- our lodgo, a copy furnished the hilling his wife during a drunken lit viously, when tho Mexican officer Anna Cooper was tho guest of aro hereby notified to present same lain's Cough Komcdy and found it family aud a copy furnished each & and be was friendless until Just a 'commanding tho patrol district af- - Gladys Hincs in Owonsboro ,last to me, properly proven, on or boforo Just as represented in uvery way. It tho county papers for publication February 1st, 1017, or they will bo promptly checked their coughing and fov dajB beforo ho canio out. With- - foctjed was Jailed in Juaroa by tho weok. deLmeii 8TEWAUT. cured their colds quicker than any,out pull or influence, ho is free bo- - Colonel commanding at Guadalupe Grace Ronfrow, who is attending forevor barred. O. W. MARTIN, thing I ever used " Obtainable ov. SILAS I.. 8TKVEN8, C. V. POUTER, .fauso a woman Mrs. Maud Balling- - and apologies wore made to tin tho Howling Uroon Normal, Is spendcrjrwhtro. ing the holidays with her parent, ton Uootb, brad of the Volunteers of American ofQcials. Administrator. tn Committal? ford Republican, hr f J m T,, ATURDAY NIGHT i Tli f 1 f1 i 7 Will Be Your U,st Chance! post-olllc- But the earliest 'shoppers for i Bar-Bure- i I ! r :i j er ' i thclrToTbclnp Holiday Merchandise will have the largest assortment to select from, and can get better service. Don't put off making your selections until the last minute. Get busy now. However, nobody must be disappointed. We will be on the job late Saturday night. Every one shall have an opportunity to complete his holiday list and be well prepared with Christmas Edibles for himself and family. We are expecting you sometime between now and Hf-I- midnight Saturday. ' J j Jos-creas- e E. P. Barnes & Bro. Beaver Dam, Kentucky. non-suppo- c -- I - y J I f j to-da- y -I . i I The Normal School of (Us-eas- e West Kentucky Seminary at Tuesday, January 2, 191 7 J J - ,,. ,., I -- -- .P I l --- --. 5 g 8 $ I CLAUDE SHULTZ, Beaver . President! dls-'lan- ' er ' I ... ... e, Or-m- es to-da- y ,. "A m3Cw Mr. Larkln Orlllln, a student of STRAY STREAKS' Vnnderbllt Training School of Elk-toIs spending tho holidays with (By Fluke McFluke.) relatives lioro. Messrs. John and Hoss Taylor have returned to Eastern Kentucky nften So far as wo hava been nblo to n visit with their parents, Dr. and learn Hartford had a fair supply of nog minus the egg. j Christinas Mrs. Joo Taylor. Mr. A. E. Pato left yesterday for Leo Slmu'.crmau has organized n Now Castle, Intl., where he will proh-nlil- y iiinrli!lte which he contemplates ho employed by tho Maxwell putting on the road at nn early date. I Motors Company. I know some people who would enjoy Wo will solve that meat problem seeing tho said quartette put over the for you. Seo M. T. Likens for fresh road alright. X-IYI- AS and cured meats. Prices right. At Al says that under tho prevailMooro's old stand. go Ilev. II. W. Napier will begin a ing prices, a man who wouldn't grab a bean at every chance series of meetings at Goshen Sunda. out nnd something radically wrong with He will bo assisted by Hov. J. W. has li tin "and If ho does there might bo Crowe, of Owunsboro. something out of kclter with him." Mrs. Robert Dugan and son, Mr. Ilert Dugan, havo returned to Ow- If truest Blrkheud over promises niter spending Christmas to play Old Santa to you mnko him with Mrs. T. S. Marks and family. give a bond, sow him up hard and Yes, bind him good nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. C. It. Reed returned tight. to Coal Crook, Tenn., yesterday af- last if you don't went to go dry. ter spending Christmas with Mrs. ! When a man gets a box about Reed's mother, Mrs. J. P. Morton. 14x14x10 Indies, addressed to lilin--eMisses Harlett Flener, Maurlno nnd wife, carries tho said box Martin and Gorln Flener and Mr. to his ofHco with glad expectations Wado Martin nro spending the week present, opens said with relatives In Cromwell and vi of a nlro Xmas dibox, pulls out. a wheel barrow load cinity. of oxcelsor and deep down In the Handkerchiefs from 5c to flOc. Mr. antl'Mrs. W. T. Pendleton came bottom of said box digs up a nice here from Kiitlawa last week to lltllo silver celery tray and a pair of Ladies Silk Scarfs from 50c to 3.00. pond Christmas with Dr. and Mrs. j spotted silk sox marked for his If you want Furs we have them at right prices. ii. H. Pendleton and family. They I youngest son, I say if ho don't cuss of go from hero to Pittsburg to locate. Wo also have a line of Phoenix Hosiery for men Home he will most assuredly stand Mr. John W. Marks will return to the ucld test. and women. Prices f5c to $1.05. after spending t Greer. S. ('., Sweater coats for all the family. he holidays with rolatlvos here. M.' Why The Move? is will sail for Cuba soon where Harks Silk and Crepe de Chine Waists for ladies, $1 25 Heg Casebler moved Into tho 'o has a lucrative position as civil building next door to Nelson's Bluo to $3.00. engineer. Front Cash Grocery one week und We have Kid Gloves, both for men and women, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Taylor, Green- the next week Nelson moved his Blue ville; Mrs. Jess Ftinitii, Heaver Dam; Front Cash Grocery to another part from $1.00 to 1.75 per pair. Mr Hoyt Taylor, Toccon, Ga., and of town. We have a complete line of ladies House Slippers Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cooper, city, were The guy who thinks monkeys are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. getting scarce should spend a few Duko Monday. Ladies' Hand Bags from 25c to 1.50. days In this burg Leave )uVlaundl-yat""'Casoblor'Wo have a lino of Rain Coats for ; boys, misses, Pool Room, agents for Evansvlllo The young peoplo of Hartford had women and men at low prices. Work call Whlto Swann Laundry. a dunce ono night this week and wo ed for In Hartford Monday; dellv- - j Only two more days until s, come and get noticed. a number of each sex riding ercd Friday. Special attention to sore ponies tho next day. your choice. Damaged n customers. 25tf garments prompUy replaced. ller's Cash Prices. VlrgTT Elgin recently sold 120 Mr. Bcgluuis Tuesday, December 2G, bushels of soy beans, raised oji Ids tho following cash prices will prefarm near town, 'to the C. S. Brent vail at ller's Grocery for tho remainHo ing days Seed Company, of Lexington. of this year: refused nn oner on his remaining 1 can puro Hog Lard $0.50 100 bushels which he will sell here. 100-lbSugar 7.75 He received a price of $2.00 per 100-lb85 Oyster Shells bushel. 100-lb- s. 5.00 Best Flour Farm l'oiSale 180 acres, 14 100-lb2.(15 Hen Feed miles east of Hartford, divided by L. 15.00 25c Coffee I fiO acres good botMr Harold Combs Jias returned to & N, Railroad. s. 1.75 20c .Coffee ' Louisville after n visit at the home tom laud, 100 acres cleared. Good One 75c Broom 50 of Mr G II. Likens. If 1 Gul. pure Applo Vinegar water supply. Will soil one-ha15 Keg Soda 05 County Clerk W. C. lllankenshlp desired. Excellent title nnd price is 1.00 Pink Beans spent a fow, days this week with rel- right. Location could hardly bo better. Apply to L. P. Foreman, Harts. 1.00 Lima Beans atives In Jackson, 111.! 22tf ford. Ky. .75 Head Rico MIs Nancy Ford returned to How-- O Oranges Tho o!dfam!fy"horso belonging to ling (.recti yesterday after spending !15 Dr. J. It. Plrtlo died last weok after Flno Candy the holidays at home. Thirty-sevent- h '2.10 receiving a fntal fall on tho ice and 1 Case good Corn, 2 doz MicMVinter 2.50 Mrs. G. W. Leeds, of North Ver- now tho most bereaved mourner Is 1 (Jase good Peas, 2 doz. non, lnd., is visiting her parents", Mr. the milk cow. It 'seems that tho old i 7 Boxes Oatmeal 50 linrcn nml rnw liml tippn phimimitnnK ' 2 Packages. Arbuckle Coffee . . .45 and Mrs. S. F. Illley. years and their friendly Sugar 2.00 Mr. and Mrs- - C; L. Taylor, of for several : relations had grown to deep affection. 4 visited relatives and Greenville, When the cow learned of Huldy's MARRIAGE LICENSE ISSUED friends here this week. SINCE OUIt LAST KEPOIIT death she didn't hurst Into tears and Mr. Lvl Colerann, of. Chattanooga, become hysterical but showed her Teun., a former Ohio county boy, was grief In other ways just us pronouncNew will be Willlo Lee, Beaver Dam, to May in High hero Tuesday aud Wednesday. ed. She refuses to eut as heartily Hazelrlgg,. Beaver Dam. School Normal If you Ercll Blankenshlp, Beaver Dam, ("apt. G. J. Kc'own returned to At- and her milk supply Is about half It was during the life time of to Dona Daniel, Beaver Dam. High wish lanta yestorday after spending sever- what Utlcn, to Lucy her pal. She seriously objected to Willlo Tanner, al days with bis family here. Board of tho horse and sluco that Smith, Ltvia. Mrs. W. T. Woodward Is spending tho burial Echols, to time has stood around aud meowed A. II. Hockenbcrry, the holidays with Mr. and Mrs, Ercall like her heart would break. (Infor- Roshlo Huff, Echols. j nest Woodward at Henderson. on mation received In Interview with Dr. J. E. Williams, Owensboro, to Mrs. Mary C. Whlto, of Olncy, III., Plrtlo.) Inez Duncan, Hartford, R. G. is spending tho ItolidnyH with her Will McDanlel, Render, to Ruthle A onto LbdgoTN'o. 339, I.' O. O. F., parents, Capt. and Mrs. S. K. Cox. gave a banquet at the Commercial Davis, Simmons. For n period of rest and an onjoy-nbl- o Hotol Monday evening that was enLeman Hancock, Williams Mines, evening go to Dr. Bean's picture joyed by practically tho entire mem- to Nolllo Carman, Williams Mines. show. Now reels for each show, J. O. Evans, Spriug Lick, to Barbership. Quail on toast and other 'reu Aiulersou, of delightful dishes wore served. Tho bara Luusford, Horso Branch. Mr. ami Mrs. Sunday birds went killed by members of tho Otha Adams, Cromwell, to Llllle Stoubenvillo, Ohio, arrived visit with rolatlvos. lodge. Various fruits woro also on Spencer, Cromwell. for a Herbert Roblusou, Narrows, to of tho menuo and cigars were pnssud Jtev. and "Mrs." C K. Stevens, Louisville, arrived Wednosday for a around at the conclusion of tho feast. Mrs. Ilemlco Suillcy, Narrows. tcr party at the Star. After seeing Smith, Mattyo Duko, Vornu Dulce, Iluo Maiden, Whlto Run, to Essie tho pictures tho guests wero escorted Winnie short visit with Mrs. Lauru Slovens. Noble Grand II. Il.dtlloy, D. D. G. M . Davis Slmmerman, Kiln G. B. Likens and Mr. Ed Davidson Wilson, Horso Branch, to the Commercial Hotel where re .Mr- - Willis Lyons, who Is attend(Heaver Dam), Clara o a. ithtemblago that' fresh nTVnts were fcerved. Tho follow Loulso I'hlpps, Leila aienn, ing tho University of Loulsvlllo Den- made talks to the Business Scholarship. Mr. W. II, Combs, ing composed tho party: und Mrs. L. T. Itlley. tal School, Is spending Ui holidays wero well tukeu. a. Wo havo for sale, a scholarship, of Louisville, nnd number of Invited t Misses Annie Itao Carson, Mury Messrs. Hoyt Taylor, Henderson huru. good for a completo course in either Ucun, Mazlu Clark, Lurcno Collins, . guests As a reward wero present. Murphree, Ralph Davidsou, (HenderMiss Ella McKenncyi "of Beaver lor having tho best percentage of at Bookkeeping and Accounting or Dam, was tho guest of Miss Winnie tendauco durlug tho past year tho Stenographers Course In tho Owens- Kennedy Collins, Gusslo Dennett, son), Levi Coleman, A. D. Kirk, Co Ma-bell Felix, Frank Uarnes, (lleuvor Davis Slmmorman Tuesday and Wed- Harttord Odd Follows organization boro Business. & Industrial College, Lurouo Dennett, Norlno Mack, Ilhoudes, Mao Mount, Martiuo Dam), Marshal llarns, X beaver nesday particulars apply at Republican Ward and Neva Allen; Messrs. Glenn Dam), Hurry Shelly (Taylor has been given a room in the Orphan For Mines. ' Mr. II. T. "Collins, who Is with tho Home with the naino of the local olllco. tf Tlnsley, Gayle Taylor, B. V. Park, L. T. Illley, Park Taylor HandalJ du Pont Powder Co., of Chicago, is lodgo over tho door. It is an honor Olcnn names, Hlnton Leach, aud Allison Harnett. Parker May. spending tho holidays with his fam- brought to Hartford that should curGoebel Crowe, Edward Duko, Oscar Mr. and Mrs. Itowan Holbrook and Mrs. Bculah Parker and Mr. Alleu ily here. ry with It no little prldo. Grlrfln. Mr. und Mrs. It. E. Leo Slminoruian May, the latter formerly of Hartford, nennott and Larkln Mr. Gregory" Woddlngreturned to wero chaperones. wero quietly married at tho home of No Meat, No Work. Indianapolis Tuesday' afternoon afI jul leu Glvo Dance. tho Baptist pastor In Madisonvlllo Marysvllle. Col., Dec. 23. Sheriff ter a visit with Judge and Mrs. It. It. .Mitsons Klect Officers. Ono of tho prettiest and most suc Rlddlo, of Butto county, found him- Sunday night. Although ho has not Wedding. Hartford Lodge Ntf ,076, K. &. A. cessful dances over given In Hartford several years Tuesday M., ut its regular meeting held on MessrsFred' MajTauiTHoyt Taylor self with a strlko on his hands when mado his homo hero for In Hartford. wub that at Dr. Dean's rink ho eliminated meat from tho bill of Mr. May Is well known will return to Toccoa, Ga., today aftnight with tho young ladles as hosts. tho 27th, Inst,, elected the following Ho is tho sou of Mr. and Mrs. 8. er spond(ng tho holidays with rela- faro nt tho County Jail because of tho S. May aud his wlfo accompanied Tho hall was beautifully decorutcd otllcera for tho ensuing year: O. M. high cost of living. Tho members tives hero. and its Inviting nppearanco evidenced Crowe, W. M.; Otto Q. Martin, S. W., of tho chain gang refused to work him hero Monday for a short visit to Pennants, pil- W. II. Ithoads. J. W.; W. W. Itlley. Mr. 81duey Williams has returnre- raro urtlstlc taste. moat again appeared oil their his parents and other relatives, Walling, Tenn., after a visit until lows and covora lout ttf .tho college Secretary; J. II. Patton, Treasurer. ed to turning to Madisonvlllo Tuesday, plates. effoct and long streamers extended Albert Jtlal, Tyler. James Nuuce with his parents, Mr. aud Mrs. A. where thoy will reside. from the colling fixtures to tho walls. was appointed 8r. D,; 8. E. Dennett. J. Williams. Mill os Wuntotl. i A bank of ferns formed a background Jr. D.; K. G. Schrootor, Sr. flteward, Kutertaln Their Clashes. I will bo In Hartford Monday, JanMouoy To loan on ilrst class ImIn tho lower cud of tho hall, Bhuiu's. W. F. Schapmlro, Jr. Steward, aud Miss Vorna Duko and Mr. McDowproved real estate. From fivo to uary 1, 1917, to buy mules, 4 to 10 A. O. Porter S. L. King,' Chaplin. twenty, years. For tiruas heo or yearn old, 14 Vj to. 16 hands high, ell Foglo entertained their Sunday Orchostra mado music for tho follow was elected as a member of thpollard ing youug people; School classes, of tho Methodist writo W. II. PARKS, Hartford, with good flesh and .hair. Misses Mariam Holbrook, Wlllyo of Control. . VIC ROBERTSON. church, Friday evening with a thca- IStf Ky. n, X-m- as at COME TO Fear's Carson & C and see the display of GOODS A peep into our store will convince you that we are prepared to furnish you in anything in gifts from Toys for the children to the most useful presents lor the older ones. Don't worry about what to give, but come rect to our store and you will find exactly what you Wijnt at prices in reach your purses. Don't put it going at off, for our stock a rapid rate. A hint to the wise is sufficient., Wishing you all a merry X-mas Km lf i -- ; to-da- s X-ma- 2k1&Gb. Hartford Republican. Fill DAY lu, II. A. Carson S: Co. I s. s. i Hartford, Ky. i -- s. 10-lb- 3. 10-.lh- lf .UKCKMISKK SU .... 10-lb- s. 10-tb- ST. Ii. It. It. T1MK TAltLK. No.113 iluo at Kllniltch S:32 p. m. No., 110 due at Ellmltch 7:30 a.m. No. 112 Lv. Ellmltch .. 3:40 p.m. Ar. Irviugton .. C:35 p.m. Lv. Irvlngton .. 5:G6 p.m. Ar. Louisville . 7:40 p.m. No. Ill Lv, LoulsvlIIo .. 8:3C a.m. Ar. Irvington ..10:06 a. m. Lv. Irvlngton ..10:40 a.m. 1:04 p.m. Ar. Ellmltch M., II. & E. II. K. TUIH TABLE. South Bound, No. 115 8:45 a. m. Duo at Hartford North Hound. No. PH 5:5G p. m. Duo at Hartford (Both "Mixed Trains.) - 10-tb- s. SSSSSSSS!SS(SS Hartford College! Term Begins $ 25-ib- s. ,... ... January 8thf 1917. x Personal News i organized classes and work. are ready for School, or to prepare to teach, enter then. and tuition reasonable. For further information or address I Mr. and Social Eucnts, - 2 Carl .M. Talor, of Pruntln, hero Wednesday. Mr. L. ('."" Acton visited rolatlvos nt Narrows this weok. Mr. JamoH 1). Ford, of Kockporl, Is nt homo for Iho holidays. Mr. Hnlpli Davidson, of Heifder-BoIs visiting friends In Hartford. Mrs. Perllna. Peach qualifled ,as guardian of Wilbur Teach December 25th. Miss Holtju Kcnfrow, of Livermore, is visiting her aunt, Mrs. S. J. Wedding. For KuloHouso and lot lu Hartr ford. Cheap at 5350. Apply at (his 13tf onice. . visited-Mr"Mr. and MraTTfeiCfurley' Williams this A. J. and Mrs. week. Miss Daisy Wedding, has returned to Whitesvlllo after a vlelt with her wa n, , H. E. BROWN, HENRY LEACH, V. President President two-wee- $99S99SSS9Q9999SSVKMf Uob-ertso- n, , J el -- ..... ' Wat-tcrso- n, Gholco "Family Plckcls, 10o per dozon, ut Nelson's Uluo Front Cash Grocery. Mm. Attyo Orlllln." pf Loulevlllo, Is spending tho holidays with relatives hero. Mrs. J. W. Jones, of Murruy, urrlv-o- d Saturday, to visit her mother, Mrs, Laura Stevens. Mr. Hooker Williams returnod to Frankfort yesterday after a visit wlUi."nt8 family parents. ' f r - - TV f ' i ' " 1 i i I - , i M 1 I r f I i. V ! r ' I. v r i! f ? n $,800,000, "if ho could." jot record In deed hook 4(5, page 2G, wlfo by deed dutcd Mny 28, 1SS9, and recorded In deed book 8, page van Vnnton went to China. Ohio County Clerk's office u.aen Also another tract or parcel of 378, Ohio County Clerk's ofllce, it f learned tho tea business and upon land In Ohio county, Kentucky, Tho.purchnser will bo required to country establishhln )K FARM BESIDENCES ed areutrn to tillssyndicate to handla bounded as follows:rock near K. W. exocutn bond with approved securi- HcglNiilug nt n ty Immediately after sale and n Hen prosperous corner of W. O. Smith's lino fonce; will be retained as additional the product. S. V.; thence 490. lty. Yesterday ho handed all creditors feet S. 400 foot E.: thence 320 fee; N. E.M This December IT., 101G. NTK EXPERT SAYS lHHtU- for tho final thenco 73 feet S. E.; thence lfi!) of tho estate checks OTTO ( .MARTIN, PflOXH AMI CONVENIENCES "All feet N. E.; thenco 6i.li feet N. W. to 241" Master Commissioner, settlement of their accounts. OHKAT SAVING. ji,n 11. Wilson, . Attorney. clear, all clear, and Just In tlmo for tho beginning, containing six ncrei. more or Christmas," was ,Mr. Van Nordcn's reserve. less. All mineral rightsUolng same property con- j,ast,;k COMMISSIONER'S SAI.H. f HflTELbrAMERKAM IDCAlS i comment. veyeu 10 a. ai. anuui uy mick urn . The Kentucky fanunr will contrib dor nnd wire on tho 23rd day of De- 0hlo Circuit Court comber, 11104. and whleli deed Is of Inactivity Cnu.se Constipation. In a city wlicre rod liottli ute nioro to the health .and comM Ioover cl ,., Plaintiffs, the Powhitin htaki tht Is a record In deed buok 31, page 151. v, Notice Lack of exarclso in the winter fort of his fnratly by the Installation Int. wll be required to The U firtt In tht hiaitl 0! iti water systom In his home than frequent cause of constipation. You execute purchaser good and sufllclcnt j,.x ,, ittr.e ,)f It of a bond with vr,;e j,l(,RmPIIt al, ordl.r countrymen. Jn any other way with the same ex- frel hoavy, dull and listless, your security Immediately after sale, and ot , of tho 0,.,0 nrcult rllir, complexion Is sallow nnd plmply.and a Hen will be retained on said land rt)tcre(, nt penditure of money. November term. energy at low ebb. Clean up thl3 n8J.u.r suc,urlt;r 191G, In the above cnuhe, for thu Thcro aro sevwal systems, This I)ecnibcr IB, J"- purpose of a division of tho proceeds for which arc sent out by condition at once with Dr. King s v w v. .4. iiitTintir IlifiRit nmitiiifl tliitntn. nnd ..... .....w..n w......v. .....v the United States Governnicnt.which New Life Pills, a mild laxative that 24t3 Master Commissioner. of .,,, .for the ,..,., Intestines ,..,, payment ,,.. the costs of the' D. Rlngo, Ernest Woodward. be installed In any country homo relieves tho congested Den can m nf reAttorneys. ,,. M kwithout griping. A dose before at slight expense. tMfi 8a,e' j w, 01Tor for Mnl(, nt ' lie auction to the highest nnd hett Water In the house means more tiring will nssurc you a full and easy 25c nt JIASTEH COMMIHSIOXKIVK HAI.E. bidder at the court house door In, rrltrcil, freqment bathing, which In Itself Is movement In tho morning. Tft Towtilan Hartford, Ky., on Monday, January iul ft(ul. lit ciccl 2 a health measure, and It also mcan3 your Druggist. lint location on Prnntyltama 1. 1817, at about tho hour of 0110 Ohio Circuit Court. Avenue, ISth .iml It Slrrelf, the conservation of the strength of jVc. Ilnlph, ct al., PlalntlfTs, 'o'clock p. 111.. upon a credit of 0 and ' main il h ile'cMf headijiiaf women in the family upon whom IiKSS IIUKIAIj SPMSXDOK 12 months, tho following described! the vs. Ntlcc lti lor Lridal touplcr, touriit anil IS CLKKKY'S DKMAXI) Prudlo Whlttnker, et al.. Defendants. property, vU: I'jttirt, contcntioni, deTolvw much of the carrying of , llIICft." A certain tract or parcel of land Pursuant to a judgment nnd or- fresh water and the emptying of of The Tcmlistan atlracti the rrnplc c! culture ami cducatioik Atlanta, Go., Dec. 2.'.. Elimina- der of sale of the Ohio Circuit Court, lying and being in Ohio county. Ky.. wastes of all kinds. rendered at its November term,1916,on the waters of Mill Kim Creek an.l lit iroMtnity to btate. War ami A bath room, and water and sink tion of professional or paid singers for the purpose of selling and dlvld- - bounded as follows: Natt Uer.irtn'rntr. Wt 10 runt u( lnt.'tli.al por.m the lug Intereit. wa- and a general toning down in sugar tiee and two In the kitchen, also protects the the proceeds among the heirs of j IleglniiliiR nt n maxtt tlm Intel ofetldljr at tractive to a iJiKiiminatire jiub supply on tho farm from .house- .splendor of funerals of the dead Is J. M. Ilnlph, deceased, as their re- - beeches corner to Jas. Kldson, nonr ter lie. Interests may appear, I will the Hlack survey; thence N. S8 E. hold contamination, since waste wa- urged by the Evangelical Ministers' - spective public auction to the hlgheM 182 poles to two black gums Rnd i The Powhatan ofTcri room sell at assnwith clenched bath at $1.10, ter thrown out on the ground will Association of Atlanta. The - iiijich iij . nnd luwi lifiinnr nt fiir rniiri iiniitii iit'cirii: iiiiiii:ii . u 12 and up Koomt with pridrain Into wells, cisterns or springs elation adopted resolutions asking door In Hartford, Ky.. on Monday. n stone In Felix's line, corner to the' vate bath, $7.10. tJ.OO and up. on some day January 1st, 1917, at the hour of one 4S acres Felix bought of Snmuels; Wnte fcr I'&oVlet wil'i mip. nnd thus transmit various diseases. that funerals be held Many cases of typhoid fever have other than Sunday where possible, o'clock p. in., on .1 credit of sis thenco X. SS W. - poles to a stono CLirFORD It. LSVVIC. following described prop in an old line ot Felix aud Hlack boon traced to dairymen, who havo and that lengthy funeral sermons b" months the 'survey; thence X. to the beginning,' erty, washed their milk utensils in Im- cut down to a few words. Part ot A tract or parcel of land In Ohio containing 75 ncres more or less. ' sterilizing the resolutions read; "We urge up county, Ky., and bounded as fol- - Ileing same land conveyed by Itownn water without pure , . Mnufnp I '..IflliilckilitM.ii ITiilltr.wil. on all people the good form of uttr tf them. ' Beginning at two beeches, poplar. tho Ohio Circuit Court, to F. M With a water system the wastes simplicity in all things pertaining to r sweet gum and hickory, S. W. cor- - uoover, ei ni., ny uceu ot nnio of the household are conducted to a the burial of the dead." of the Funiia 100 acres, and vember 23. 1903. and of record In cesspool or sewer properly placed and j running thence S., SO W. HU poles deed book 15, page t92. Ohio Conn-- 1 How to Check That Cold. carefully protected so that the puroj to a poplar, dogwood and two small ty Clerk's ofllce, to which deed referWhen it Is painful to breathe and black oaks on a ridge in a line of the enco is had for a more particular tiewater supply is not interfered with fever setids chills up and down your old Hussellburgh tract; thence with scription or saiti lanns Jn any way. Tho purchaser will bo required W. 133 poles back, you are in for a cold. A timely a line of snme N. 11 With such a system It Is necessaHoney to four beeches on or near the north to execute bond with good and security immediately after sale, ry that the original water supply be dose of Dr. Bell's Pine Tar N. E. corner of stop the sneeze and sniffles. The side of a branch; the said Russellburgh tract; thence X. and a lien will be retained on said perfectly pure. A deep seated well will phlegm and ISM; E. 93 poles to threo beeches Innd as additional security. over fifty feet is usually safe.but pine balsam loosens the This December IS, 1010. tubes, tho honey on the end of point; thence '. 11 cisterns, springs or shallow wells are clears tho bronchial OTTO C. MA11TIX. W. S poles to two beeches, southseepage soothes and relieves the sore throat. west comer to the Sutton contaminated ,by M easily Master Commissioner, tract, 24t3 Tho antiseptic qualities kill the Smith, Attorneys Ilarnes n line of same 80 E. 4K from barns, out of door toilets, pig congested condition is thencetowith poles a white oak and three beech pens or poultry yards that the loca- germ and tho cough es, X. W. comer to the Fuqua 100 MASTER .COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Croup, whooping tion of these with reference to the relieved. affections acres; thence with a line of same S. bronchial i carefully and chronic water supply bhould be Ohio Circuit Court quickly relieved. At all Druggists, 10 E. 140 poles to the beginning. considered. GUARANTEED SERVICE 2 containing 113 acres, more or less, Sallie Maddox, Plaintiff, vs. Notice. Jn any case, the water hhould bo 25c and beiwg the same land conveyed One hundred per cent ' to J. M. Ralph, on May S. 1SS4, b Southard, et al., DrfendanU ' tested by experts, especially when MASTKH f'O.MMISSIOXKWS value. Special work for W. SALE. D. M. (Iritlith apt! which deed Is of Liivena Pursuant to judgjnent and order there nr? epidemics in the neigh. O. W. record In the Ohio County Clerk's of sale of the Ohio Circuit Court, bpr&OPd. Ohio Circuit Court. lollice in deed book 5, page 333. W. F. STEVENS. rendered at Its November term. 191C, The family dipper, which is often T. J. Smith, thinking Commissioner. Also another tract or parcel of land for the purpose of a sale nnd division R. F D. 7. Hnrtford. Ky. Plaintiffs, et al., In Ohio county, Ky., on the waters of tho proceeds among those entl-o- f kept in a bucket of water am used Representing Continental vs. Notice. l'Hiither Crek, and bounded a tied thereto, and for the purpose of by everybody, is a bad or even dan- S. J. Ticheiior, et al., Defendants. Marble & Granite Co. paying the cost of tho above styled follows; gerous device. The rim of a drinkPursuant to a judgment and order Wehter- - action and the cost of this sale, I will 21 On the east by 1). t ing cup thus used lias been examined of sale entered at the November fleld. on the north by the party of 'offer for hale by public auction to t bidder at tlio j tonsllttls, tu- term. 19 lfi. of the Ohio Circuit Court the second part; on the west by 50 ' the highest and of and germs judr-mepurpose of paying berculosis and grippe are found in for the Bertha Phillips, In tho sum acres of land convoyed to Mrs. Phoebt, court house door in Hartford, on ' the of McKinley; on tho houth by the laniU4 Monday, the 1st day of January, Wobiiih "Wxinfsj largo numbers. These diseases aro of $1,400 with 'intEreSt at Contain-- ! 1917, about 0110 o'clock p. m., on n oT party of tho first part. transmitted from one member of thi cent per annum from March C, 1913, ing i"Vi acres, more or less. Audi credit of hix months, the following) famjly to another and the infection of until paid; the Judgment of E. E. land conveyed to Jas.t M. described property, Beginning at a stone on the XorCi whole families with grippe, colds or Render for the sum of $fi00.00, C with Ralph by D. M. Grftlith and wife, on per Juno 0, 1SGS, which deed is of record ; side of tho Heaver Dam and Goshen tho rate of interest thereon at even diphtheria is easily explained. per annum from the 14th day of In deed1 book U, page 192, Ohio Couu- - road In Sawders' Line, and on n dl cent Tho common drinking cup in rural Mav, 19 IK. until paid, credited by ty Clerk's ofllce. rect line with the west side of Ilrond FOR (schools, churches or at picnics and $30. paid June 22. 1914, and $30, Excepting from the above bouuda- - street in the town of Heaver Dam; Dipsolreei PERSONAL HYGIENE In water for douches (tops public gatherings is thus a source of paid May 24, 1915, nlso the judgment ry 20 acres conveyed to W. T. Grerj thence In a Northerly direction 170 pelvic catarrh, ulceration and inflamof E. E. Ilcnder for ?500.00, with on isovemncr iiecti feet to a stone; thenco in a westerly 4. ism, wnicn danger. Small folding cups of paper interest thereon at the rate of per thence mation. Recommended by Lydia E. record In deed book 12, or aluminum can bo bought for a few cent per annum from May 14, 1913, Is of Ohio County Clerk's ofllce. page direction 200 feet to stone; feet to PinUiam Med. Co. for ten year. In a southerly direction 170 140, A healing vrooder for natal catarrh, cents and their use may have many until paid, credited by $30, paid Said tracts are to bo sold separate- a' stone on the north side of the throat and tore Juno 22. 1914, and $30, paid May ly. The purchaser will be required Denver Dam and Goshen road; thence lorecitnenimuy fjuanueye. Economical. in doctor's bills. dollars piuj towrr, iw 24, 1915; the judgment of the Farm- to execute bond with good security with said road 200 feet to the be - ' ISatsjU Fry. 5V. aTAnniu. tanil I All house keepers must al,sq bear Pr.wc..nm.MM,..U ers' Hank for the sum of $1,458.00, Immediately after sale and a lien ginning. in mind that washing a glass or cup with Interest at C per cent from Feb. will be retained ns further securl' The purchaser will be required to In ordinary 'soapy water will not re- 24, 1917, until paid; also the judgexecute bond with good aud sutlicien' ty. ment of Batik of Llvermore In tho move these germs. security Immediately after sale, and ' This December 15, 1916. OVCR 05 YCARS The simple precaution of scalding sum of $CS0.00, with interest at C OTTO O. MARTIN. u lieu will bo retained on said laud cxPcr.icNCC of June, 2th as additional security. Master Commissioner, all dishes by pouring noting 'water per cent from the and day judgment 24CJ 1914, until paid, the. ; Tilts December 15, 19 1G. M. L. Heavrln, Attorney. over them will not only improve their of Chas. F. Thomasson, Admr., In the OTTO C. MARTIN. appearance but also prevent dis- sum of $200.00, with interest at 24 3 Mnhter Commissioner MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. per cent from the 2Jth day of June, C. M. Crowe. Attorney. ease 1911, until paid, and all the cost of J'wOn tho country .house keeper de- the above styled action, and the cost Ohio Circuit Court. Thaoc MAnss volves tho health and sanitation of of this sale, I will offer for sale at A. C. Lawrence, et al., Plaintiffs, DC3IGNS vs. Notice. tho country home.- In order to do public auction lo tho highest and CopvnicHTa&c. happiness best bidder, ai the court house door Juuks I, Leach; et al Defendants. orAnTonnf elrh'' tflfr inliiniunT this her own health and IMT nil lil'O 11 nuu ir nt :;? lly vlrture of a judgment and Hartford, on Monday, January rf l , f n t)l tl niTi'uM" inust bo conserved, since no woman In 1917, at about the .hour of one der of sale of tho Ohio Circuit Court, lf .' IT 11I ii.uu 1, Unlit :i in ' v. I effectively ad- - o'clock p. m , on a credit of 0 and 12 rendered nt Its November term, 191G. U'l II' overworked or ill can . u. li.lVO rn r '.II' It months, the following described prop- in the above cause, for the purpose tp cull minister tho household affairs. A. . A, divlblon of tho proct eds among H of theruforo behooves, the man of tho erty, H"' fcaJ. 6 - VQ g lining a part of the E. O. llcndor the heirs 'of W. L. '. Leach, docensliougo to see that household condit Lr fil 'klr. hnniUiiini-iCrX sill olTer Jl 4 d ed, and all costH he.ln, I side of the .. t in uri it. rnl. ii tions are rllu so that the health of farm on the south public road, and for bnlo at publio auction to XU'. ,t iwiiluyi. ' ill1!. urn and Ceralvo his family may be promotud. s Hrw York MllilH ft C3, bounded on Hie east by the lands highest and best blddor at the court Mttl Bill. of Marion Maddox, and Dick Ren- house door In Hariford. Ky.. on Mon- FARM LANDS and City Residences f YtUtMUIIUI. Mb der; on the bouth by tho hinds of J. day, tho 1st day of January, 1917. Xervous Women, are now Hilling at a lw cost, -of one o'clock p. about tho hour When tho nervousness Is caused L. Rentier and tho Wakoland holrs; at upon .1 credit of six aud twelve but don-'- expect It to be so al- by Luclnda Stognur; on 111., by constipation, us Is often the case, on the west tho Hartford nnd Ce- months, described tho following ways. If you evor expect to own the north by you will got quick relief by taklug ralvo road, containing ubout 100 property: Three tracts of land in your lanu or jour iiuiuu iiuw i Chamberlain's Tablets. These tab- ncnte, more or loss. Doing same Ohio County, Ky., bounded as fol' tho time to buy-- . lets also Improve tho dlgesttou. Ob- laud named and described in the lows: popTract No. 1.- Ileglnning at a mortgage from S. J. Tlqhenor and WE HAVE several farms listed In in tainable everywhere. wife to tho nlalntltfs herein. Ex lar and oak stump; thenco with Park Ohio county and they can be cepting from the above tract of land und Sullenger's lino to the new cut had for reasonable prices and ucres oh the S. E. corner just road leading from tho Leltchlleld threo liberal terms. If wo do not U.rin MTrrniie across from tho I. C. right of way road to the nines Mill road; thence, liayO tllO particular farm you dc-- i. Cekbrntcd (or .tjle. perfect fit, !mp!lcliy n. sold to J. L. Render and ten ncres with haid roud to a corner at Sullen-off the S. W. ccTner sold to J. E. ger and Leach's line, a stone; thence slro wo will make efforts to get V For Infants and Children The coal underlying all on a straight lino to thu beginning, Southard. ... Canada, or y nuil illrcct. More toM tha& I. m ATER SYSTEM sum of m v, i Frofessionat Ottd C. Martin Attorney at Law IIAItTFOItD, KY. Will practice his profusion In thl and adjoining counties. CommercU) nd Criminal Practice a Specialty. t wcur-thenc- o F-t- ' j I . , t K. STRATT0N & MARTIN I ADi:s'n:.rTO.N riinvti-ll- , K.T 11 r lliirtlnril. rn '. .ma 11 ! J CROMWELL, - KY. Will practice their profession In thh and djoinlng counties. Collectioua. Couinicrcial and Criminal Practice Prompt Specialty. and vigorous service' Notary In office. Attornoys at Law dla-Br- 1 , , , -- .,- -. - I I j ; 11 .sa , ' 1 0.ETAYL0R.CE ' -- J Beaver Dam, Ky. Highway and Dminagc Dcsirjn. , DR. CO HART VETERINARY SURGEON ky. m:.vi:u uaji, 1. 1 0. E. Matr-vi- r to-wl- t: ' Olllcc Joinet Tio'or's cry Ilnrn. j .no-ne- -- - j m S "! n.ic.jntrjAur TnAOC-MARK- THAT hmkI sulll-cie- nt on rrrtW. SUR PASSING RSrCt'CNCCS. rwlmllaUa it k on iTnruhio I Vf u vriu to B03-B0- toUin PATCNT& ltUlJ.l JIA1ICJ11UTTMI. rroirl. iJiuiuur for rnrr mrt ouui ,t is vnrr n PAV,lienltLMOtlmiuU7, iuur ' I'ronipll oUtlliml In 11 Savsnth d. c nHaninuiun, Btrsat, B j KM --- - J WILL YOU TAKE OUR GERMINAL REMEDY A Treatment ' . c ilV'51 ;for one ,t.l A for WEAK LUNGS or CONSUMPTION b-- nt 6-- fEvcry ) to-wi- t: iiml. .iinInwn iVflinr. .l!.tt atlMf. h.tnnf cpniumption. It 11 rfe ihitci. wrak lunti iff Ml Atip yoa 11 CVBIB 7u nv.p.Pi f Lock no OHIO MEDICAL GO. r ....I..1, L. t!.l lir MONTH !. 1. .... KILL the COUGH AND -- G 11 CURE the LUNC8 - , Dr. King's New Discovery WITH Tllal Bottle Frttt AND ALL THROAT ANDLUNOTR0UBLES run- I zif Ysf!?9 OLDS i PBICK tun. 1 r 1 llSBIE ' QUARANTEED SATISFACTORYf OI. MONEY REFUNDED. - Real LJ St n Kl. I I . r (J 11 1 1. II 1 1 to-wl- l: 11 -' Hurt-for- - kf Uiiwm minm r-- i I oerenDpo rfj f nocoHco ahoOLt. r ll I at i. I LU.X8, in curiTniro. I J m T- fir-.(.- - '1 n TIO I IctitViASK.NQTOtf. !( C.riteslClep, ee'.Mirr-t'r- t D. It ' t. all " IJII '" ' tint). 'i t' if ' ' it. i frinre-- il Practice EuIjsVmi I J - - 1 p- - 1 Bfe -- , , . CASTORIA && O'ikmI j BljgEp POPULAMECMNICS 300 ARTICLES-3- In Use For.Over 30 Years Always bears the Signature of For Constipation. Chamberlain's Tnblots aro excelThey aro lent for coustlpatlon. pleasant to take and mi hi and gentle m in effect. Obtulnublo everywhere, BOX PAYfS $NOO,000 DEI1T .1 tt ,- fm ' HIS KATIIKIl $ njo Wttrner r America. Utl. tetr founder of tho Van Nordea iTtumi-- Company, died, ImtImc an Mltfl d. upty hutlml ' In d Now York, Dec. 28.- - Throe years Vuu Xorden, once urwl-dw- it af tke .'sUoiml Dank of North It Van Nordru, was dlrettid back to th fathvr to ilc 91 .'.. W. ' Wanwr MobUbdI t jti ly the u.e Ia. J ' f Ileing containing two ucres, more or less, If any other nuke. Send tor tree cautorut of said land is reserved. "Mary and being snmu land conveyed to W. IF YOU want to movo to Hartford UcCalis magazine same tract of land conveyed to man any oinri laimoa 4iiutc uuciiivi E. Tlchonor by S. J. Tichonor on tho L. C. Leach by II. F. Sullengcr hnd rnagaalne million a month. Invaluable. lAV where our children will havo tho 7th day of March, 1914, and which wlfo on Feb. 9. 1S94, deed recorded cut alylca. patterna, drcttmalitnir, nilllinerj. advantage of a good high fccliool plain aenint;, fancy ncedlenoik, abdicating, deed Is of record iu deed book 14, In deed book 14. page 3G5, Ohio ,.,. fifiu m.ir, rr.ii,iiv riririi!! dftinn. County Clerk's oflico. notify us. Wo havo houses and I year JA3 ST.1' L" i e pattern. Tract No. 2. lieginning at a whltef bubtcribe tvday, or send (or simple coot. Also another tract of luhd lying lots for salo and believe you can on ' oak, corner to Richard Walker INDUCEMENTS and being In Ohio county, Kentucky, select one from our list to your WONDCBFULPuHal (said road; thenco North to a whlto lulnm and described as follows: ItoARents. liioollcm. pirmlum catalogue liking. Addicts Sullenger's comer In It at tlm S. W, corner of oak. Susan na iicCAii ca. jijjiv. J7tusu nw vou X. 79 W. 94 f tract of laud known us tho Elijah Walker's line; thenco a comfortable homo iu WE HAVE farm; thenco east poles to a hickory nnd whlto oak, Green Render Hartford, modern Improvements titus&mMaira bounded on tho north by tho lands John Duke's east corner; .thenco und n good garden In cultivanow owned by Elijah Render; thenco with his lino south 10 west 52 poles tion for salo or rent. Place south to tho Mcllonry and Ceralvo to Duko anil Chapman's comer; lino south public road, nml boundeil ou tlio thenco with Chnpman's lents !or$10 a month. fe?uiji7ijia tj'viEy east by Mellenry Coal Company, E. 40 polos to a btnko on said road; Rl 5B w P. Rogers. Mary A. Wilson, Geo. thenco with sajno road to tho beginning, suppo.ed to contain 100" ncrus. itf?i. tljnll on or addrois ' CUlnu. A. M. Smith, John Win. HookTract No. 3- .- Adjoining sneond v., i er, aud IS. A. 'Header: thunco with said road to tho iutersoctluu of the tract nnd beginning at a stone i Su"-.!?!- ! - vvnt'i ivcr;nb'.i.g '.- r 't, west line between tsald, tract of, hind pole) Vht of th Hurdiiuburg road UTINSLCY & j lu ner- uL'i v 1.. io'i aru wm! .unl Mrs oiltc Maddox, tnence norm tlieuce oust one pule lo skid road I v,.akat83rt tl. a.c :1 0 CU1.1 mj B' Ul pole,' to a Iff Hut) fo the beginning, com- - rtietujt north V nil J tencdy, aj thuujrr.Ua t.uve t.... .et Ittwl Itatiito AKqnts, uumw witu hiiiiimi waiM osk; ,nr uoru or loss. tttlu r.f ubovo ' wriM'- - ihu liftU'iJ WMt 23.ipolM tig .Tin Kentucky. 4 7 PW I'll' K. !!' ifwl l ' it n too njtjxm over $& .r,.ei or u.ircei or grAuntl sold to A. ' beirlnninK. tTontaiuing two acrHi7f Republleau Oiflce. t dr.: ! t'.i , oivifr. H J TUheiior und wife more or M Kiiittli b smie land conved in Loth I houuii Jul u '1 Li c and P.KiPM.wiiA. jii M'.v M, and wlikh died id W h C l.i.al, VM"u&V'l 1 tL'iSLMSl.yl -- AAGAZIND ILLUSTRATIONS 00 RpgP et BARNEIT - I ' Hartford,. yji, rtitdi Written So You Can Undcrotantl It Iljinaln.A. i ShlU Plat ....!. r jj wua ifnpilii i....i in t.vF.iirpuounoik raTiTv: no .iw iiiiLiu ii ximNitiiaftii.niji 7 i MctiMic t tin UojitiuJ. fmaur Vi..iMiLau ftni.itilirs 'fWI'MhlikU. iri .. I. l hUlM Il, Ik ul k UUIn ittl itaum Iu tUllttl fwrtho iiOC'LjiO (llt.lV ....rinmn an Ml vraii l "v-- i 9 Lj wri., ... vy ww urn hi m rc)uitk IMS . Wotld'o Progress io A'rrlinnlri anil ln.i..n.nn I?n. Father mid aoii nnd Alt. Ihn lnm?tu I, nnm..lJ , if.ntl.i."?ri.. mui nnii iiuinn- - niennna..:."- ..i.i wumen.1 tin" 1 uv.rllu li thou. u.Jj ol uiin it n'4muui ibi, viii int iiur rorpujiii ap for tiuuu uad luUr. uilin: uud It la KlXP informed of tho LniyinpprinfT. j'" .. "-- ut fcn ti -- .1 1I1 111H 1 ,., i ..- ":'' IU1. ikvi I . IU -- -" r t.iuiuL-Ab.r- .i NOPUU11 WStCUAXtC a.c MU'uuin - Mtefe- H1B; .v ATJ.ypw i .ClIICAaa ir A 8-HO- UR WORK DAY New Price on FOR SWITCHMEN Ford Cjars! Pord Runabout Ford Touring Car F. 0. B. road officials that it would apply at once. The award affects about 9,000 men. It was said hero today on behalf of tho railroads that tho award wn interpreted by' then as "not giving an O. K. to tho Adamson law." You Need vSh? ft s"lc MI a i Tonic J $34500 $360.00 Detroit, freight to Beaver Dam SI8.00. I E.F.BARUES t t , & BRO Beaver Daiu Ky. WagonsI WagoasIWagcasI Rrafurn vim Vinv vnii Riint Irl - I hand are made of made farm wagons. They nnii lighter, "t t.lio mm' liimt. imilnri'il siiid lust iiir longer inuu any -...w -- .J machine made wagon vou can buy no matter what z price you pay. , f.. iaisu .1,. ..ii i.:..,k. r.r in icksmithing and Re- - 5 u ni. wir oil niiikio yt in pairing, especially, the hard jo s he other fellow OYfltnJnn Alir t t X win t do. We also make a specialty of Horseshoeing and earnestly solicit your patronage in this line. Respectfully youre, nOATll) OK AIUHTKATION ALSO Danger Signals. flit A NTS KIVK CKNT AN HOUR If tho flro boll should ring would WAflN INCIIKASK. you run and stop it or go and help to put out the fire? It is much tho same way with a cough. A cough Is much as a' 6,000 MEN AFFECTED a danger signal as no more try flro to bell. You should suppress it than to stop a flro bell when It is ringing, but should cure Ununiinoim Derision Xot Ucnchctl tho dlscnso that causes tho coughing. llullromN Claim Blow to Atliuni This can nearly always bo done by Mtn law. taking Chamberlain's Cough llemody. Many havo used it with tho most beneficial results. It is espeNow York, Dec. 23. An eight-hocially valuable for tho persistent day, an Increase Ju wages of 5 cents cough that so often follows a bad Mrs. an hour and straight pro rata over- cold or an nttack q tho grip. Thomas necching, Andrews, Ind., time was granted members of the writes: "During the winter my husSwitchmen's Union employed by thir- band takes cold easily and coughs teen Eastern and Mlddlewestern rail- nnd coughs. Chamberlain's Cough roads In an award tiled here today by Remedy is tho best mcdiclno for tho Federal Hoard of Arbitration that breaking up these attacks and you cannot get him to take any other." heard their differences. m Obtainable everywhere. Tho decision of tho hoard had been eagerly awaited by the railroads in 12 ALLEGED "NIGHT general and tho four major brotherItlDEltS ACQUITTED . hoods of railroad trainmen for what bearing it might have on the controTacoraa, Wash., pec. 23. Twelvo versy between them over the Adam-so- n "night riders" accused of act, lit which tho elghthour day conspiring to drivo settlers from is a question at issue. homesteads taken under Government The decision today in the switch- claim, were acquitted today In tho men's caso says that "eight hours or United States District Court. Mrs. less shall constitute a day's work," Margaret M. Ross was 'the plaintiff. gives "an Increase of 5 cents an hour She alleged that one night In Januaon tho present rates of pay" and rules ry, 1914, fifteen masked men burnthat "overtime shall be paid at pro ed her cabin on her Pacific County, rata rates," to be computed "on tho Wash., claim, nnd drove off her and basis of tho actual minutes worked." two sons. Tho defense endeavore-Switchmen at present receive a to show during tho trial that Mm. ) maximum hourly rate of forty cents. Ross had squatted on the homestead The award increases this rate to of a woman who had left tho claim cents, so that, as explained to- temporarily,' Tho caso dragged fn night 1y Judge Charlos D. Howry, tho county- - bourts for months and' chairman of tho board, on the eight- - then Mrs. Rpss told her troubles to hour basis they will receivo $3.60 for the Department of the Interior, and a day's work, forty cents less than a Federal grand jury indicted thirtbathey received under the ten-hoeen, mon. The caso against ono of sis. Dy working ten hours under these, was dismissed for lack of 4.50, I tho new rate, they will receive or fifty cents more than under the old 4. . ur for-iy-fl' ur hcr ovcr ,,lc 1,ard Places. vou know what tonic tonic. 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Thirty-fiv- e Jeremiah In a statement appended to tho by local applications aa they cannot reach the award by Judge Howry and Prof. only dlieaiod portlrn or the ear.andThcro la one way to iira deafnew. that la "W. mem- Deafness Cannot Be Cured Jenks, tho neutral years expldrie nee in the shop. $ hkki: is a aooi) I'LAct: to Htop foh littlk money Louisville Hotel, Louisville, Ky., Main St., bet. 6th .& 7th Tlitt Only HotcMu IjouluUii Ojieratcd on the American nud Ebropran I'taas. AMEKICAX 1'I.AX (With Meals)- Itooins wltlitiiit Ibith but nfti Hot nnd Cold Illuming Water. single, ?2. b per day; 2 people $2.00 each 7D KoomH single. 2 0 per day; 2 people, 2. 25 each CO Ilooms - r.n KVnnillonniH.siiiKle. 3.0 per day; 2 people. 2. CO each Ilooms with Irlvate Iinth: single, 3 o per day; 2 people. 2.75 each CO Ilooms no irnoms simile. 3..0 per day; 2 people, 3.00 each KL'ltorKAX PLAN (Without Meat-j)Itooms without lluth but uilh single. S1.00 75 Rooms single, 1.25 GO Rooms 1.00 CO Front Rooms, single, Ilooms with Private Ratli: single. 1.50 CO Rooms single, 2.00 B0 Rooms - Hot and Cold Kutinlng Wutcr. per dny; 2 people. ?0.75 each per Jay: 2 people. 1.00 bach per day; 2 people, 1.25 each per day; 2 people, per day; 2 people. 1.25 each 1.50 each THE OLD INN, Louisville, Ky., Cor. Sixth and Main L'uropcau Plan Onl). Room-- , Sts. Iltli, $1.00 ami up; Ilooms AVith Private Hath, $1.50 uutl up Rest letting Place lu Town. Tho Louisvillo Hotel and tho Old Inn are located in the wholesato walk to the rotml district and theaters. district nnd only a LOUISVILLE HOTKIj AXD OLD 1XX COMPANY, Props. Without a Vanderil Training School for Boys ELKTON, KY. help parents develop their sons into the best type of citizens and Christian gentlemen. Its patromigo is widely scattered and comes from the best homes in tho South. Its capacity is limited, therefore, reservations should bo made early. LMaco your son in this select gioup of "Will s s ! 8 boys. Writo i MttTHENEY & BATTS Box A. For cataloguo and information. bers of tlio board of six. It is declared, that the long hours of switchmen do not imply "excessive physical labor," that It has been established "it will not bo possible to make day tho actual working eight-hou- r cffectlvo In the caso of more than a small percentage of the switching crows," and that "wltfr'lho exception of ono experiment, the testi mony was unanimous to the effect I that tho efllclcncy of switchmen on tho shorter workday would bo only slightly increased, so that the burden of tho shorter hours would fall almost entirely on tho railroads." Whllo tho switchmen asked for a ten-coincrease, the statement emphasizes the point that tho flve-ceadvance is the largest given in any was Tho increase arbitration. granted, tho neutral arbitrators explain, because of the high cost of living, and tho "hazards and hardship! of tho work." tifey stato, "im"Tho Increase," poses a heavy burden on the which, owing to the interstate commerce law, they aro unable Jo transfer to tho shippers and thence to tho public." They add that "it is tho duty of tho properly constituted governmental authorities to protect railway interests in this regard, so far us it Is necessary." Action Not Unanimous. Tho arbitrators were not unanimous In arriving at their decision, ultho all six signed tho award. James R. Connors, of Chicago, assistant president of the Switchmen's Union, nnd W. A. Titus, of Cleveland, vico president of tho union, who represented tho switchmen on the board, tiled a majority report, dtssentlm; from tho awards-o- f tho Ave cents an hour increase and tho pro rata overtime. E. F. Potter, of Minneapolis, ussistant general manager of tho Minneapolis, St. Paul and Sault St. Mario Rallwuy, and T. W. Evans, assistant general manager of tho Nov York Contial, representing tho railroads, ulso filed a minority report grant. dissenting to tho eight-hou- r The board held its first meeting hero November 13 lust. Public hearings were hold from that date to 8, nnd 1,490 pagC3 of testimony woro taken. Tho original ngrocment to arbitrate provided for tiling tho award within thirty days from tho date of tho first' hearing. When tho board found it could not livo up to tho agreement, a supplemental ono was drawn extending the time to December 20. Just about that timo tho differences botween tho members were still so great, it was learned, that another extension was arranged, expiring today. , Tho award makes no mention of tho dato the now wago scale becomes effective, but it was assumed by rull- nt nt rail-.'oader by conatltutlonal reniealra Deafncia la caused by an Inflamed condition or thu mucous lining of lliiKtutochtan Tube. When this lube la Inflaned you have a rumbllnr ound or lmpcrfyt hiarlnt;. and when It It entirely cloicd. Oeofneaa is tho result, and unless the InOaiimatlon can be taken out and this tube restored to Its normal condition, hearing-- vrllj be destroyed forever; nine cases out of tm are caused by Catarrh, which Is nothlnt but an Inflamed condition of the mucous lurfaces We will glve'ono Hundred Dollars for any caso of Deafnes (caused by catarrh) thit cannot be curtk by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for clrcuUf s. frep. P. J. CHINEV & CO. Toledo, Ohio. 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BW PWB tf and in locating exploratory drill holes llttcat lifo, in cVurtfi life, In nodal LATEST WAR NEWS Is not nvaltablo to thn public a fact It, fr in hufllncs. liro and crm which mnkes more pressing tho need qucntlr waniCosls Ituclf In n of the landowner and of tho small tko oountrr man that tuo ot SOLD TO GORMAN Independent driller for ntl tho wntcklng for towfi ntiln In nlwnr Tuelny. niatlon which tho Federal or Btnto opportunity to "do" ulrti.-- ' 'Io Is an lUmmmln. Rumania's first Christ- surve)s can Klvo. (37th Ann. tonrlncml that all exlstnnt ojlj. has mas as a participant In the war $14 AVKKAtW OS 230,000 POUNDS IIm Director U. fl. Geological '3ur orlln in tho towns. Tlnr'town heavy fighting on tho Human-In- n vey, Department of tho Interior.) WIMi KHI.NO THIS GKOWIIRH nun, to this man, exists for noythcr Ground was yielded by front. , ABOUT . (180,000. purpewo than to prey off farmers. tho Rumanians nt some points under Kl MiianIu Dejwl. On tho other hasrt it frequently. tho pressure of tho Germans mid I Esq. Kd Masslo died at his home . . .1 i occurs that thn nconto of tho town norm i ..- - It....... Til.. .11 .1 u." ..,nl Cnrreoro j,w Me3t on Tho Hurley lobacco pooled with ihte 1)OCon0 muuci with tho belief that height was lost by tho Russians, In bcr yarraers' Tobacco mso the country people "hare It In for of tu)0rcuIar troublo .,., u. . u,,,,,,,,. w.u elation way 'sold this morning to V thorn." Mn0 was ,)0rn nnd r(inrC(, , oho provinco, too section io which inn county, and owing to his affliction 11. Qorninu anil Company, ot llch-monThus nro the relations between tho n retreat,. has- - taken Vii., the purchasers of tbodnrk two iu a iitralnvd condition, and In tho plnco army of Fiold Marshal v.in left his native homo for ago. Notthem, tho tobacco b'pIod with tho Bomo many cases cren tho most ordinary Mnckcuscn hns begun to attack a whero ho died, nlno years poor withstanding "Mr. Masslo's estimated that tho pool business relations aro hindered and brldgehcnd of Mnichln, after Isa health, bo mado good in his now The blocked by this unreasonlnR and holds nbout 250,000 pounds. klscho, on tho eastern bank of tho homo, having nerved qulto n time u.i bright, or No. 1 nurfey, sold as fol- - unreasonable jonloasy. DMiube, was captured. In addition S 17, lupi $17. trash $12 Mayor of Carrlzozn mid in tho mealows: Le.if, I'erhups you say tho picture Is ov to announcing tho evacuation of . time acquiring considerable properDark, or No. 2 Hurley, leaf $14, lufis cr(lrwwu The writer has It ia Ult the Iturslnns udmlt tho ty. Mr, Mnsslo wan prominent In All tips, 8. 14 and trash $8. 8(,(n Iln, j3 familiar with Just such ot Tultch.n. Ohio county politics whllo residing All Hurley Is to bo graded between c(,m,nunltioH. And. unfortunate!. here, having been elected as grades. I,, ninny instances the prejudice is Ifrjpt. Hrltlsh moiiiitcd troops, of the Peaco from tho Huford J.tntiroi ' ,dngl- The contract was signed by J. II ,wcl, founded. ' of nlrcraft, carwith tho Gorman, president of l II. (Ionium n U a fact Hint the clannish splr-an- d ried a strong position at Mnghdnba. tcriul district, ufeo making th rna for County Judgo at one time. conijinny. It. II. Konl, president lt lnc jltil t0 (j0 r au the suvnKO Tobacco j in!Uincts ,,f niiul. "My clau and my twenty miles .dlntnnt from' HI Arlsh, Deceased leaves a uuinbor of relof tho Farmers' atives In Ohio county, ntnong whom nnd Illrnm Murkaber- - , ,M main overythlnR to mo, and which was enptured on Thursday. association, Is n sister, Mrs. C. H. Howard, ot 'ry ami I,eo l'oole, constltuthiK theiyour Cnn nn, yOUr ciaK8 nrc niy nn- Mnccdonln. Macedonia, except for this place. executivu committee. enemies." Thnt Is tho sub- - nn artillery strtigglo Is void or tural Tlie iiiiuvcries or uus pooi are cimscons reasonltiK of many men activity. The same Is true Kentucky Corn Growers To Ho Ad- begin Friday morning. even yet and of men In whom we generally of the Austro-Italla- n theaI.. H. Tlcbcnor, chairman of the Wud c.wl mvi!Ci it. rircfet try Able Man. , Mr. Kugcue D. Funk, of Hloamlng- .issoclatlon of Ohio county. Btutes that ,a lucr0i you n8k n rcmo,ly. Yes, ter. ton, Illinois,, an. a momber of tho they will receive the Hurley Pool ,a 0Of ,)Ul t , n,Uvlduiil Weilnes.lay. firm of Funk Hros. Seed Corn Com the Henii factory Just out of town on rm,Hiy- - That is charity thnt char- As To Pence. The Teutonic Al- pany, hns been secured to Judgo the the Centerlowu road nnd will receive lly which "covoreth a multitude of hurley nt tho sanif bins" thnt charity thnt "thlnkclli lies sir M favorable to an Immediate exhibits nt thu npproachlng State tho meeting of delegates from tho bellig Corn Show and to make tho principal price. na WI." "w erent Slates at somo neutral point hike many other cases pt friction i In order thnt an exchange ot views address nt the convention of the KepiiirinR tho Mnlnicri. Kentucky Corn Growers Association grows between people, this ronditioii . nnj u Uttl tol with regard to peace inn be carried on Tuesdny, January 2nd, during A Herllu professor Is tho orlglnnt- - . or of a new way of mending norves , prsltIoil um, ci,nrty at tho right, rime nut This has been di dared by the Farmers' Week at ,tho Agricultural which hns been founil hlgtiiy valua- and place will go u long way toward German .Government In replying to College. tho recent note of Prriddcnt Wllroii ble. The operation consists In re- remedying matters. The Funk Hros. Company operates fcUggestlng that the belligerent na artery from moving a section of an what Is perhaps thu largest seed corn Also ittress the fact that tho two some animal, filling It with ewbryon-- ' ,cmcnU aro mutually dependent tions make known their banes for farm In the world, sovcral thous peace. It Is announced In the note ? '.. ....! u...,..j...r. .1 in., ,o ... nnm.ik lice. .a ...... nmnlnvllll It nu 'iupou oacUOtner and acres being devoted to breeding tneir iiuereis one a casing into which tho disconnected lri'l each say to himself, ax said an that Germany Is of tlo opinion that plots and general production. Mr. tho work of proventltiK future wurs Funk Is n recognized authority on When this other of old, "We bo brethren." nerve ends are Inserted. can bo begun only alter the end of corn production mid should be heard Is done the members reunited with liver try, genuine dose of cbarlt It has been toward your neighbor? Try It. You the present struggle, bnt that then by every Kentucky farmer. surprising rapidity, found, and tho previously paralyt-v- i will be surprised how rapidly be will Germnny will he read)' to collaborate The secretary of the Corn Growwith the United State "in this exalt- ers' Association will cnd premium muscle or muscles again func- grow in your estimatton.-f-vBx- . ed task." tion. In cue Instant, which nerve I lists freo to all uppllcants. r t . tris a particular- astonishing cxa A 161) acre tsrra 4 ttuira cast of numnnln. Rumania continues tho iple, nearly two nnd a half inches of Hartford, on tho border of the oil For grnln 200 pounds crushed In corn, 100 pounds whoat bran, 100 passes down fields. Good dwelling, barn nnd oth- theater of greatest activity. tho ulnar nerve, which W.IUcftia, nlong the pounds ground oats, 100 poands tho Inner sldoof tho arm and fore- er noeesMry otitbuUdings. Young Northwestern Southern Moldavian border, and In ton seed meal, mnko a splendid mix arm, had been excised. Function orchard, strawberry bed nnd other o as restored to tho muscles within pleasing features. If bondB carry Dobrudja tho Toutonic Allien ture. GIvo each cow ull tho rough-ug- o to make galiU over tho Rusweeks-uttea few the operation hud she will eat and ono ponnd of pike will be near. sians mid Rumanian-- . Thirty miles grnln mixture for every three to four been performed. See, or write Tinsley & Harnett, (outhwest of Uralll.u the Invaders pounds of milk that shu gives. Another German authority reportt Hartford, Ky., for further havo captured the tcu of Filipecbtl, ?nniiv ra&Ai In wlilrh li Iiuh HUCCftKfi- - ' nnd west of Rlniulk iarnt arc on the! tully mended severed nerves by n offensive. In this iSttenrogloti dtir-- l Lately devised ot suture. method . Peed Tho Hint-FOR FLETCHER'S lug tho past few .Uh' 5, COO Uus process is especially noteworthy The The Onnie anil Klnh (Tommlaslon is , because It enables tho nono endo,f cour0 iterestel In the wild Ufa slans have been niniM prisoner,-tir m uu nmuiiN wnnoui or f Ulls gutp ,, wnnl ,Q HtlmuIat(, hemorrhage, regardldss of the dis- In .Mcaopotanila 'ntcr(bl ol Ulo ,ovcre of niltury Mesopotamia. Tho .cpjKdiu Observation Cnr. the Drltlsh fnrcex anAtfll in quest of For ti description of tho obscrva-tio" "". ... us uunug reccui year., in tho protection of song, iusectivor- . HDhi In whlii sector they car itself I cannot do better thau wo and Bamo brdg( havo mado further adynnces on tho give that of the man who with admiration the t0 yol, havo watcl.c-first chancb. right ab th(J chof sourco of bank of tho Tlgni nnd consol ed upon It while out rabbit hunting. iirtdes made by somo ot our spe- - ,cItv , ypup H(.cUon ,0 MM ,h(, dallsts In plastic surgery. We have co,ran8,ofjJPOur paor , placln(; bo. hinted and extended tltlr positfonb "When I looked through tho hedge," read of. and somo of us seen, how fon) tho pubc ftn apptfa, fof (h south' and east of the tvn ho said, "I saw this qncer-lookln- g o uuuui uii-- iiuseti nave ocen rettiiapeti protection ot tho birds. thing with Its nose ih tho ground TUB. LAMBS' iiOMBUCniNAI., 4nmong tho sltibblb. IT had evident- Icformed mouths made almost nor- - . Al HiIh nerloil nf thn venr thn . fr,Iin ,, mal. and deepnears partly crudlcat-- ' w.,h TUB SATURDAY EVEIHNG POST 1 fallen lightly, skimming over tho ..,i id. Wonders far greater than any ice and snow ibeso llttlo featheroi ami, TUB COUNTRY GENTLEMAN ground for several yunls. Tho wire of these nro now being wrought al- neighbors of ours arc facing famine. wish to secure the-- spare lmo of n was trailing off ucross tho" field out man or woman to net as lcal repre- of lght. I guessed it might havo most dally in, tho hospitals of They cannot nftso trembling hand.) where whole faces oro being re and beg for charity, so wo forget sentative in Hartford ninl vicinity, been left by tho enemy, and ionstructcd from tho most heart their nifilH. nnd Hlnrn tlmv runiwit looking nfter tho' renewals of tiiolr cucked my gun while I looked to sej ninny subscriptions In thin sertton,llf ni,Vhoilv was nt home. sickening masses of hredded flesh '8D0ak f0f thoinBelvo8 Ulcir ,r,unda .ind pulverized .bone. Engaged In BiU)Ula.,l0VCr ceaso to do It for them nnd introducing theso publlcailwis ..Jt wa a Mllg. bos of aluminum, in is wouuenui worK are tno most In tho same, old words, winter after to new readers. Payment will be Bhapc(, ke a hmMwa ns,. int0 ,ts made In salary and commission. Pro-- bluill cnd was Iut two sma wjndowB r'onowniHt orlhodonlsts and (lentlst.i winter. "Do not clear awnv thu wild v.nll Itrnurlnnm la tTi.avl.ln lnu ti.t ' of mica. There were two moro such of the uorld. somo of them Amort- hcdBes,caV0 sprao Bhocks of corn sculptors aro also bu- - ;, your fle,dBCatlor graln 8WCepliig3 essential. For details addrens, nith windows at side, bottom, and top. lamed referonces, nox CG4, THE OtrtiTIS End; window was curtained, and beliervislng iho work In hospitals do-,,- ,, ,lkc,y placciltag0n BUet t0 y(mr PUBLISHING COMPANY, lndc t roted to prostheses for hideous tween them on tire bottom ot thn t d Bprcad u ,unch enco Square, Philadelphia. guroments pt the face. Tho Col- car was n mattress upon which tho countor nior your w,do. ,)0Ut f .. ceo of Sculpture, at Charlottonburg. tho reach ot a observer had lain. Hy slipping Kits The Geidogy of Petroleum! near Helln, is now a hospital In which curtain ho could look out In any diTho tonderncss engendered from n importance tl tho rection he wished. Within easy roach Thu thu rebuilding of human faces is ac- simple uorvlco of this kind is as satUnited States of ntf adequate sopplv from tho mnttrcbs wcro a cpmpass, complished. After nature has been isfying to the soul as prayer. of petroleum und gasollno hnsjlong clock, glasses, threo or four electric made to do all it can, tho repairing I um Huro vou will lirliiir to tho been recognized by tho United Slates butteries, and n sort of shelf holding Is completed by transplanting bone 'altunUon (lf your readcr9 thQ noce Geologlcul Survey, which durlm tho80mo d taken from another part of the body, equipment of var- b,t of t0, Iast two years has for lh,3 made great c of lous kinds. Two clcctrlc-ligh- t flesh from the abdomen, and akin bulbs ward tuo b,rds forts than over heforo to ussht hi usually from an arm. When lt comes TnK vau AN"D aAMB C0Mans. discovering and In developing new were bo pluced as to throw light in any direction. Into a part of tho foro iu iiiiiuiuii imiu uiiu a iiuiuiu wr SION OF KENTUCKY. oil reserves. Urlof accounts ol tho end was stuffed somo sort of grass." tho mouth, dentists usually tko work accomplished, with tltlos o: rechnrgo of tho work. From "SalvagBy Lewis R. Freoman, in tho Janports published or In prepan Hon uary Popular Mechanics Mnrgazino. ing Iliimau Wiccks from War's lllila vnritv ilnarrllilfir- - llin ctlriltfllir.t Btup lle?ji," by Searlo Ilcndco in FOR FLETCHER'S 4 and oil prospects In many new mid tho January Popular Mechanics MagFor Sale. I undeveloped nreas, especially Ii the azine. Good 120 aero larm on. Houxh p Western States,, In tho South-ves- t, if, River, 3. miles west ot Hartford. GO Prw. Smith Ilonortxl. rcglous, niina In ttltli?iHrti nMiap C.l 'nitFu, l'ivnu l'or Sale. President Milton H. Smith, or tho nnd In tho :r.rovt'd. Apply, i acreu ot land, 100 acres Is T.iiiilRvIlIn Sr. N.ihIivIIIo rallrnail. w.'in will be found In tho record of the W00diftnd. 270 TINSLEY & HAjRNETT, bottom bind. Underlaid with coal. prcsontod with a handsome, sllvor BcoIorIo work carried on in Mo Plenty of walor, timber und build- win- - r..n f'.iipii,n mnmim. i.v m,a several Stntos. Even with all the Hartford. Ky. ,cr t0 ings. Iletwcen Rochester and Heav- ofliclals and employes nt the general fum,B wh,c,, w,,h JU8tK' er Dam. MRS. E. P. NBAL, 211 olllcea of tho road, tho occasion bcln mineral interests, could bo devoted Murderous, Devff Plant. to Investigations of oil nnd gas, It North UouMer- - St., Tulmi, Okla., or Mr. Smith's eighty-firbirthday. Tha seed pod ot the devil plant ot a. A. Davenport, KenHochcstor, More than 1,300 employes of tho has not been found possible to ex- FerslH kills droves ot anluiab by get"claws" secured In 23(3 road contributod to the purchase of tend those researches nt all In pro- ting Us four-Inctucky. the nostrils of a grazing animal and cup, which was unusually linmt-som- o. portion to tho Increase In public tho for information both as to old sotting up a fatal Inflammation, .i Tvwu in. Country. The cup was delivered withOno serlouu obstaclo to the cordial out anyppuQchmaktng at Mr. Smith's nnd to new fields. A recent editorITAIITFOUI) PRESSING CLUU. relations tliut should exist between rcsidenco ou Fourth avenue, and ial In the Stundnrd' Oil Uullctiii Clothes cleaned and pressed. Re-- 1 all clusses of American life 1b tho un- oamo as a complete surprise-- to him. states: "Tlmo was when oil operguarantnod. Satisfaction ators ttero strongly inclined .to giro pairing. reasoning antagonism that so often . mt llttlo or no heed to tho opinions of Work called tor and delivered. Shop I I'arm For Kale. exists between the towu and tho country. 275 aero farm, $ H- miles from geploglsts, but that time Is past." over Ohio County Hottllng Worcs. ED. NALL, Prop. Why this bhould exist is hnrd to Princeton. K., 2Vi miles from Tho value of tho studies of gcologtc 42tf I Onc-thlrd structure lu tho search tor oil Is not level, Is, ScotUbure'. lee, in vlow of tho fact that cmu il hill. Good only thus recognized by tho great oil Jnrgely dependent ou tho other lu rolldis uud ,. r: yauy of tho rdatlotiu of life. awellifiCi Z tonaul' houses, rouipnmca, but most ot tlicso corpordcrcBor- - ations uru uow rucrumug corps of Untonunaioly, however, it is stock una tooacco barn,; wuter.lBOoiogists, n tney naci not already! facf wun wtildi v.'O havo io nenl when chard ana good iiovor-rauin- g M Secured . .- ...w..w, m considering any matter of import, i.ocaiw on UltDllC rOail. Will BOJl huu viuimvu bvuiuioiD iu. iiiuir uiu i' m If Villi tiitra-- - fir Vent Mnnnu UnnO . I .. tltn nMinxtuwi rrVill" l ploy. Naturally, tno information i auy given easy terms, or will trade TmAn hiSS"m (rau.jhiTtiwti iAuK on to tho people ot farm or city property. Apply ut Tho thus acquired by theso corporations -v . t, (. tf for their auldauco In loablug laudu This jhJjMjli0ws Itself lu po Republican OHlco. tNKUflf! 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