You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
The Hartford republican: January 19, 1917 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1917 hao1917011901_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: January 19, 1917 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1917 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. w r J. Stye Fine Job Work. VOL. XXIX. WOULD Wattfotb H DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY ttifflL i Subscription $1 per Year HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, JANUARY 19, 1917. that some of them prohnhly will mustered out by that time. be. No, 29 BRITISH PREPARE BIG OFFENSIVE LONDON FACTORIES TURNING OUT ENORMOUS QUANTITIES OF HEAVY AMMUNITION. PENSION" NOBODY 'HOME! WORTHY WORKERS grant every guardsman an extra mouth's pay oh being mustered out. Emerson, of Ohio, UeproMontallvo would Is author of a bill which ' Vf-- i It hB not yet been acted mittee. ' on In com- SHERWOOD INTRODUCES HILL TO PI.ACE DN KOI.li A Mi aHI,Hlrt,017 COINS MADE IN coon old people. YEAR Y PHILADELPLIA MINT tH b m h. PEACE Breaking coinage rocords. tho Philadelphia AUTHOR OF DOLLAR LAW all dining 19 1G produced 238,4 9 I, mint mtKH s r-.-fi BtoL '. lt. v- domestic coins In denominations wg. H ;?: .. T&r ranging from ono cent to hnlf dolDwliire I In Will l.lvu To Sw Ills lars und valued at $9,344,2(50. An MrjiMiri Deconn Inw ;In- unprecedented domand for dimes, -- nIMb , V" ' " & By Inlwir. V nickels nnd pontiles has kept tho plant running day and night since early summer. Washington, li. C, Jnn. 15.- - "Olil ago pensions for worthy workers" Is the slogan of a campaign Hint Is ENDS INJUNCTION started In Congress by tint veteran Representative Isaac It. Sher-wooIN TOBACCO SUIT of Ohio, author of tlm pension for old soldiers. (!nn. Sherwood says thnt when MroiiARV must he. started Ills crusade for' a dollar judge recxkjnize :i day for the Civil War veterans contkaot Hodgs in Spokane Spokman-Reviw- . thought ho had begun an Imothku too vague. possible task and rather pitiful him he has instituted an Honor Hook, for wasting his energies tin the. dos-vin which he records tho names of all BRIGADE nlr. In the caso ot II. Frledberg, Incormen recommended not only for single "Hut I lived to see tln dollar-a-dn- y porated, of New Vork. seeking to ?cts of gallantry In tho field, but for hill become a law," said he, forco C. P. McCIary. a tobacco buyand enduring service. FIGHTS TO SONG steady ono year 980 names have been "and now I am going to llvo to ecu er to comply with two contracts for "In h my hill passed placing on the tobacco purchased by tho plaintiff put down in that book, and each ofall from tho defendant. Judge Klrby In rolls of the Government ficer or man so honored receives a, worthy old pensions In civil life. I Joint session of Circuit Court yester- THAIIITIOXAI, IIUAVKKY MARKS parchment certificate, mentioning his (Irmly believe thai we shall sec thnt day dissolved tho tomporary injuncll.VTTMNC; OF CKI.TS, WHO gallant conduct and devotion to duresult brought aliout In tlm next tion against Gaston, Williams U WIN IIKRO MKOAUH. ty In the field, and ordcrlnc his name Congress." M or Slx'-fift- h Wlgmoro. of New York, and J. and deed to bo enteral In the regiAfll Mug an old-og- o pension Iluckner, of this city. Ho refused mental records." bill ho'luwoduced on February 14, to dissolve the Injunction as to Mc-- . 191G, slumber In Hit Mouse CommitCIary on tho ground that he Is In- KEEPS UP REPUTATION KHXTUCKY SOLDIKR IS tee on Pensions for nearly a year solvent and it would bo a denying of ACCIHKNTAMiY KTIJiKD Representative Sherwood has Intro- Justice to tho plaintiff In thu action duced a new bill and has secured it to dissolve tho Injunction ngalnst Mc- OifniulHtloii Known us One of I'ln- El Paso, Tex., Jan. 13. Lleut- reference to lh House Cotmnltteu CIary. Howover, the injunction is t Flglillnt; I'nlU in Woihl as ("iiifon Hale, of L, Company, Third on I.nhor, where hi thinks It will fall modified to the extent that It only Actiwi ils Hter. Kentucky Infantry, was accidentalInto more friendly hands. He. ex- holds us to the first contract for the ly shot through the templo and pects Representative Lewis, of Mary- delivery of 900.000 of 1.250,000 killed late this evening while land, and Representative Keating, of pounds of tobaeco bought at certain London, Jan. 14. The traditional bcatcd in his tent at tho regimental Colorado, the former being chnlr- - towns In Indiana, cuuniernted In the bravery of the Irish Hrigadc Is still pm near El Paso. A few moments nuin and the latter a member of the contract. uphold. This organization, which prior to tho accident, Lieut. Halo ljihor Committee, to lore no time In Judge Klrby holds that the' firU getting the hill on Its way. option and closed In has come down thru tho years of his- and some of tho other olliccrs of the contract was an tory as ono of the finest lighting un- regiment had been inspecting a shotItidorftl by litxtr Union. ncordaucc with the law of contracts c pension and hence is a valid and enforclhlu its In thu world. Is Just as active to- gun, tho property of Capt. Hen King, The new Sherwood many of K Company, of tho samo regibill has the Indorsement of the Amer- contract. Thu court says that tho day as In olden times when In ican Federation of Iibor. tin: four second contract for a number of reas- Instances It turned detent into victo- ment. Ono of the olliccrs slipped a ball Tnllrond brotherhoods, the Western ons is unenforciblu being too vague ry by terrific attacks'. A writing from cartridge of service ammunition into correspondent Keileratlon of Miners, all of the in and obscure as to meaning and scope dependent labor organizations, the McClary's demurrer to the petition Hrltlsh Hold headquarters In France the chamber of the shotgun to ascerIn the telling of the activities of tho tain whether it would fit. The It Is overruled. Socialists and the singlc-tate- r. weapon was then laid aside and in sons of tho Islu of Erin says: Ik modeled after the Australian plan Tho plalntlfl In the suit bought no somo manner was discharged, tho "Tho Irish Hrigadu has a and (ien. Sherwood estimates that ft injunction to prevent Gaston, Wilit is a song that has the in- ball passing through Lieut. Hale'.') would cost the Government $120,000,. liams & Wigmnre and J. M. Huckner Capt. moloily that makes men temple, killing him Instantly. OOt) to pay tho pensions under t from buying or roccivlng any tohaccj spiring during the tlrst year of its operation. from McCIary. In dissolving tho In- fight. It was written by a private King and Lieut. Halo occupied tents and were warm friends. The cost would crow year by'year junction against them and sustaining in ono of the Irish regiments and goes Shortly before the accident they in proportion to the sfowth of the thrlr demurrers petition, something like this: to the i "Sure tho Kaiser they say's at the had arranged for a rabbit hunt und country's population. Judge Klrby says that It Is a height of his fame. tho little shotgun was to figure In "Hut It would bo worth the monIn Kentucky that ono ruin ey" said the Ohio member. "If It who is not a party to a contract for And ho boasts that he's getting the thn hunt. best o' tho game. Lieut. Halo comes lrom a fine famran thu sale of property owes a duty to" linen nii'H a law the poorhouses Hia It would bo the none of tho parties to such a con- 'Don't bo talyln', cries Halg, 'I've a ily In Southwestern Kentucky. abolished, bo trump to be played, homo was at Murray and tho body greatest preventive of railroad HtriUos tract and Is privileged In triulo comthat could bn devised. To take nd- -' petition to trade with cither party 'And tho trump In my hand is the will bo sent there accompanied by Irish Hrigadc.' an escort of officers. Lieut. Halo vantage of its provisions a person to the contract oven to tho oxtont of "Three, mouths ago," continues the was In command of the detachment have a continuous labor rec- causing a breach of tho contract nnd must ot L. Company, which was recentord for thirty yedrs. Do you sup- this, trio, with a knnwlndgo of tlm correspondent, "I saw tho Irish marching back from tho battle-lino- s ly fired upon by Mexican snipers and pose any man of Rood sense would oxlstenco of tho contract and it after thoir capture of Gluchy. during that rather warm sklnnlbh Jeopardize his chnnces of securing terms. Louisville Herald. Now they aro holding a quieter part acquitted Ho himself creditably. an old ago pension by going on a on tho lino and fairly Itching to bo yas very popular with the men and .MINISTKHS TO PKOTKST Mrlko?" AGAINST FUNSTOVS OltllKK turned loose again for further con- officers of tho regiment. If tho Sherwood bill becomes a quest. Capt. King, whoso homo Is nt ovcry old person, male or fcmnlo, law "Drafts ur trickling out to them Owousboro, Is greatly distressed over Norlolk, Vh Jan. 14. Cominlt-tee- s who has reached tho ago of (55, who and named by, Southern Baptist con- from Ireland to fill up tho gups in thn accident. Is Incapable of manual labor who litis a continuous labor record ventions of Virginia, Georgia, Mlssls-Hlpp- l, tho ranks mado by tholr losses in tho Kill YmiiiK Plfjs. Texas nnd suveral other State Soinmo battles, for which poor Irefor thirty years unless Incapacitated London, Jan. 1G. Because of tho by no fault of his or her own, shnll will protest to President Wilson to- land Is still mourning, while tho bo paid from tho Federal Treasury morrow against an order Issued by mon In tho Irish brigades remember, high cost of feedstuffs farmers havo barring evangelical but keep their hearts up und teud been destroying litters of young In iiuarterly installments! a pension (Ien. pigs at birth, much to tho dismay per week or $104 per year. meetings In border enmps. Dr. Cal- bravo words to tho girls at homo. of ?2 ' Tho beneficiary must have been a vin Ulackwell, of tho Virginia com- "Thero's many a colleen with tears of a government agricultural comIn her eyo; mittee, which has been conducting citizen of tho United States at least mittee, announced Dr. Ulackwell said tho various From Killarney to Dublin no cheek a campaign to Induce stock ralsem llfteen j ears before arriving, nt tho will bo dry; famine. to help ward off a pork age of ii!i years. Conviction of uny committees had arranged to go to the crlino or felony during the thirty Will to Houho together und ask tho Hut we're not after boasting what Farmers defended tholr action with conqueots wo'vo made. tho statement thnt tho government years will vitiate tho pension. Por- President, as Commander-in-Chie- f us the was allowing export of meal to Hol a year of the army, to annul Fupston's or- For what girl can resist tions with an income of $200 Irish Ilrigado? land which ought to bo kept In thtsj der. lire not elli;lblo to thn pension. Now wo'vo been to the Sommo, and country. Tho consequent increased .MAHHKNKD .MKXIOAN CUTS it's time wo were, too, KENTUCKY HOYS MAY price of feeding pigs, tho farmers SfVON RETURN HOME TWO HOHDKIC GUARDSMEN 'Twas tho devil's own Job wo had to contended, mndo it Impossible for pull thru; them to make a profit uu tho pigs. Washington. Jan. 13.- - -- The Stato San Antonio, Tox Jan. 14. Prl-va- Thero's many a black, bitter debt MONKEY PREACHER HOLDS that's boon paid, Frank Fuller, II Company, Third of Kentucky soon may get ready to SERVICES EVERY MORNING welcome Its "soldier boys" homo Illinois Infantry, was stabbed In th-- i And tho interest has ennio from thoi Irish Hrigadc. from tho Texas frontier. Plans aro buck, and O. C. Kennlson, private, "They havo a General, one of their New York, N. Y January 11.- beinr. perfected lapldl.v for tho roturn K Company, Secoud West Virginia National Gunrdsmen to their Infantry, was stabbed In tho should- own blood, who Is proud of the tra- The author of "Tho History of Gra-zl- l" of ull tells of a species of monkey homo and, barring some unoxpocted er hero Into Saturday night vjhen a ditions and achievements of tho old eoutlngcncy, such na fresh outrages nmddcnod Mexican rushed into iv 'Irish regiments under hln command, called "preachers." Every morning by Villa nnd Uls men, tho arranrjn-mon- t group of soldiers, driving a dagger and ho keeps tho Hro of the Celtic nnd evening these nionkey assemble Into all within his roach. A third lurilrlt hurtling liv ntllfl? unilait nt In tho woods. Ono takes u hlghor will bo carried out. J w.t how long It will take to sup- holdler had his clothing cut in men who havo done well, and gener- position than tho rest and makes i signal with hl foropaw. At tho sigplant tho National Guard border pa- shrendu. Tho Mexican was arrested ous recognition of good sen Ice. 'i;i6ldes tho ruwnrdt) and decora-tlo- nal the otheru tit around hint and trol with ror,ularn is not known, but and Jailed. glvoa to the offlcfrd and icon listou. Whon thcr aro nil tioatoU he Tho injured men were rsmoved to ho prediction hi mado that all tho in thu u?uil v j and ta a year tho btgin to uttor a soriea ot sounds.; nt Fort Boju Kentucky guardauicn will bo hack In the bAo ' e?fca tsuie trtia tHvtetoc ilia ijalaed COS honors Wb?n be to$9 tholr homo State by March t, and Philadelphia, Jnn. IB. 4W ?" JL o 4& U another signal with his paw, and tho others cry out until ho makes u third signal, on which they become silent again. HISHOP SAYS WAK MAKES lUUTLSU MOHAI.H MKISt: C"W x . XXw. ..c T . . k. fr r C9,-67- -f- o '. l; ,""!: J .. V--s J 32ES dot-sod- d, London, Jan. 14. Tho Bishop of Birmingham, in a recent conference, states that tho moral conditions thru- but tho cities In tho British Isles arc very serious. "War conditions," ho says, "nre to blamo for alt kinds of loose morals," nnd tho thousands of munition workers who havo conio to Birmingham alono from towns in tho Interior aro subjected to every temptation im aginable). He blames tho various church bodies for not taking a more actlvo Interest in internal conditions rather than directing their entire efforts to ward tho comfort of tho soldiers In tho field and in the concentration camps. mm IMPROVEMENT IN GUNS Moro Sholtt MjuJo In Buy Now Tliua During Whole, of Hrst Year Of Tbo War. "del-lar-a-da- WEST PAYS TRIBUTE TO FAMOMS SCOUT rules first tho rl IRISH GOVERNORS, IiEGISIiATORS, CITIZENS AND INDLNS IK) HOMAGE TO "BUFFAIiO BILL." pen--slo- old-ng- new-son- Denver, Col., Jan. 14. The West paid honor to tho memory of Col. William F. Cody (Buffalo Bill) while ttyo body of the man who had done so much to mako her cities possible lay In state beneath the hugo dome of the capltol, from the flag pole or which the Stars and Stripes ' floated at half mast. Troopers from Fort Logan formed lines in tho rotunda of the capltol through which passed tho Governors of two States, delegates from tho Legislatures of those States, olliccrs of tho United States army, nienibern of fraternal organizations of which tho famous scout and plainsman wad a member, veterans of the Grand Army of tho Republic, women and thousands of children as they moved by tho great slowly and misty-eye- d bronzo casket thnt held all that was mortal of him whose name and tho West arc one. And not the least conspicuous among the mourners were a handful of old Indians and former scouts those who had been youtht) In the famous Wild West show which bore Col. Cody's pseudonym. Tho body was dressed In a frock coat in which were pinned the badges of the Legion of Honor and of tho Grand Army ot the Republic. Tho "Col. casket boro tho inscription: William VV Cody, 'Buffalo Bill " to-da- y London, Jan. 15. (CorrespondEngence of the Associatod Press.) lish munition factories aro now turning out everywhere in eight hours moro heavy gun ammunition than they manufactured in tho entire first year of the war and the production is still increasing week by week in preparation for tho great offeusive on tho Western front, which British, military critics beliero will coma next spring. Although figures of tho actual production of guns and munitions aro zealously guarded, and thero is na avowal on tho part ot the Ministry of Munitions of any Intention to discontinue tho importation from America, there Is an evident feeling of optimism among the officials In the big munition headquarters Just off Whitehall, as well as a willingness to give out "comparative figures" to ' Justify that optimism. "The Improvement in our position may be Illustrated in this way," nil official of tho ministry. "Wo aro now manufacturing every week three times as many shells, five times as many shells and threo times an many shells as w manufactured during the whole first year of tho war. The Shell Oatput. "Of smaller 6hells, wo are turning out In about a wedCthe samo quantity as was produced during the first year. Finally, the number of shells of all kinds completed during th last week exceeded by about 30 per cent the cntlro stock ot munitions held in reserve at the outbreak of Dealing with guns in tho same way it Is found that, representing tho number of guns manufaturecd during the first yearof tho war by 100, tho number for the second year would bo 841, and ror tho third year will be somewhere In tho, neighbor hood of 1,350. The- - manufacture of lighter pieces has had to bo slackened, recently, owing to tho fact that tho Jqulpment of tho British army la light field pieces Is approximately complete, and t; Is only necessary to and reprovide for replacements newals. Tho Improvement in the manufacture of machino guns, rifles, gren ades and explosives has been equally hostilities." . - . COLLEGE GIRLS SHINE SHOES TO RAISE FUND Oberlln, O., Jan. 13. College and business men here some of them aro getting thoir shoes shinod four or five times u day. It Isn't bocause they havo so much money they don't know what to do with It. Nelthor la It becauso they lira using their shoes for mirrors. It is Girls aro tho bootblacks. part of tho mechanism of the Obor-li- n College Women's Lcuguo fiuanco campaign, which is undertaking to raise $75,000 In threo years for & new woman's building nnd dormitory-Ei- Hri-ga- satisfactory. Representing tho total ot machlno guns delivered to tho army during tho first year us 10d, tho total for tho second year was l,!ili0 and for tho third year will exceed C.000. Tho production of trench mortar ammunition and grenudos has boon so much developed that any further increaso scarcely seoms ne ght girls in tho Da&comb Do.rml-tor- y cessary. Tho Increase in tho inuuufucturd aro tho shiners. It's strictly business with tho girls. They rap- of explosives has been tremendous. idly aro adopting tho professional For every ton of czploslvo employ "light or dark polish, Blr." air of ed In September, 1914, 3G0 tons wore employed In July, 191 C, and 12.000 thoir male rivals In business. Other Industries of tho girls aro a tons In July, 1916. restaurant, bakery, manicure parlor BOTH PARTIES HAVE 215 and a Junk collecting dcpartnietit. MEMHERS IN NEXT HOUSE TO INVESTIGATE ALLEGED FRAUDS IN EVANSVILLE . lo I J -- aj , ( th'j t Ewinsvtlle, Ind., Jan. Oehlman, Deputy United States Mar sliul for this district, was a busy man serving about thirty subpoe-na- B on local people from the Federal grand Jury at Indianapolis, usklng1 them to appear nt the State Capltol Tuesday. Tho men will be asked to testify in lepiird to alleged election lruuds hrr in November. Most of the men wore Issued for whom nubpoeiias wero "'til who had appear! before tho Federal luvostlgutorn who wer huro several weeks collecting evidence. lor In-- , Thu witnesses loit ulauapolU. Deputy (Khlmau doca not Ixnow how many morn BUbBoeuas u t;IU twIt- - to tc boro. lG.--J.o- uN y to-du- y sml Washington, Jan. El.- -- An udvatief list ot members. of tho next Hous b prepared ot Representatives, South Trlmblo. clerk of tho House, gives 215 and nuidu pirbllo twi Domocrats, L'lf. Republicans, Progressives, ono Prohibitionist, one Tho Socialist, and ono Independent. tabulation, which Is unottlciul, has been held up pending tho outcouio or close contests, and finally was after announcement that Representative Scully, Democrat, ot New Ro Jersey, had boeu publicans, while conceding its acy curacy, declared that a final decision tbat Representative Uarca-fclRepublican, of Pennsylvania, hnd boon elected, would upsot "Kurctj. The namo ot Reprcuoat BnrcMtU's piHnnnt is H. to-da- d, ac Hartford Republican. In nt th I'oatofflc linuml nnwilInK ttnrtlom. Kjr., imomll nutter of tl sonl and It U it unuill thing to do duty, for shouldn't tho inuMc lover pay the Hlnger of cliccr Just as doe tho dancer pay the fiddler? famine. i HIGH OFFICIALS ARE IMPLICATED LAWHO.V CHAHGKS MrADOO, 11KX-li- liwl, ALLISON J. IUKNKTT W. 8. TIXliKV,..IlHlncs MEMORIAL YUM. UK Hdltor Manager. KAISKI) AT I'AIHVII'.W Jan. llLHelV Durham. N. TUMULTY WITH HAVING Julian S. Carr, mllloualro mamifac-turo- r knowlkdgi: of "i.kak." to Address all communications of hosiery, of Durham, N. C: Sue Hartford Itapubllcan. (inn. George V. Llttleiictd. of Austin, Tex., ami Gen. Dennett II. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS Young, former Confederate General, SUBPOENAS ARE SERVED J ne dulwerlWrn iIwUIcir the n,rr sent to of Louisville-- , have outlined platu i.'Mriiut nlvotliooM niMmvi In onklnufh for tho erection of a $150,000 mem Iltl'ln," l.wil ntul Xntlrr 10.i por line unit orial to Jefferson Davis. The obel- Seii..itIonnl Developments Follow In llnot.ir cm 'h fi.lilillunul . isk will ho SSO feet high and will ho1 tjiiiek lenj OMninrfc, HtwMittluiM nn.l irl of Th nU .V I stationed nt Kalrvlew. Ky., the lilrth-- 1 Their Guilt. llni, inoncx In ul.iiw-Irrt. hit. ntlwr place of hhe President of the Con-- 1 ejisnb NiiIIitm flip iitoirtUenitpf rr!i'fliM" federate States. t8n.innn iiMiiniinK'ntJ'in will rfrTtGen. Carr. who has contributed Washington, Jan. IS. Thomas W. more to the Confederate cause than Mississippi Klv- -' l.awon. haled before the House my man east of the XKI."r'aT31-Ki- 3. to tell what he er outlined the plans today before! K"1A Committee Svvja.CBrl.Ji3. three-montKnew or uau uriiro iuioui a suick-.lapatour of ss lea Ins ' n siiiv.i3 rrv.tviai and China with the American market leak on President Wilson' Honorary Commerce Commission, peace note or be punished, calmly ' LIXUAUY !! y ItltlRAY that the mysterious be the highest one ' declared Tho memorial Washington Congressman who told him a Cab- In tho world extent the lurt ollicer, a Senator and a banker monument. And Uiwsoii would Implicate ; Davis Home Associa- were engaged in it stock gauihliu.-The Jefter?on jionl. was none other than Represention, of Louisville, composed of women and veterans tative Henry, ehalimau of (lie com "Why not .settle this tax problem Confederato .y putting tt tax on tea? thruout the South, are actively aid- - 'mlttoe. Thou before his hiarers had linn-- , tup In the campaign. to recover from the shock, Lawson ; perfect- C?vrA'rTxTVivaymi.vtnu.i.Bn-!-rjrm--tVcs, tho legislators, seem ylTJCJA V5- sprung one sensation after tho other i) willing to so to Frankfort for an j:SCA!'K IS CnrSTKATHD ' -"I'.LKW" ,by declaring ibut the Cabinet qtlWr O f xtra session. WIIKN MAKK-U- 1 aHHnMIMMMMUM referred to was Secretary McAiloo, riMVrjrsjj' w ' that the banker was IF. I'liny Fi-- l' San Quontin. Cal.. Jan. IS. The Republican will gladly vagrant gust of wind frustrated a of New York, mid that he knew" ih letters from Its subscribers daring attempt of 12. G. StackpoK Senator only by the Initial "() with the State tax question. To complete the .plnsiou Lawm aorvlng a life term for murder com, mind facing a mitted in Los Angeles In 1007, to went on to charge that Paul M. Gov. Stanley don't of tho Federal Reserve Do.it .1. howling mob but lie doesn't seem to fcupe from Han Quentin. Stack-polwho has been employed as a had knowledge of the leak tunchiii-- i fancy being responsible for an extra session of the legislature. caretaker around the ofliccrs' head- ery; repeated a rumor that Count quarters, obtained a key to the quar- von I5emstorff, the German Amlm It is customary to mine coal but ters of Captain of the Guard Charles sador had made, $2,000,000 In the if the black fuel continues to go up Gulliver. Watching Ills opportunity. stoek market, end to mention a lil n men whom be theueht it will have U bo felled anil tho Staekpole slipped unob,ered into th"'-'The eommi' will enter the shaft In otlicer's room, donned his uniform should be questioned. miners and proceeded to make up as Cjip-tal- n tee promptly issued ubpoenas mr a all of them. He manufactured Gulliver. Mr. I.awson said he had been tol An exchange criticizes Louisville mustache out of mattress shoddy an-papers for printing pictures of movie cigars, tilted it at the proper angle Ihat Malcolm McAiloo, the Scema-ry'- s brother, knen of the leak. .i actresses wearing tights. Don't be and walked without difficulty past xt harsh, brother, tht.y liavo to wear the guards to the gate of the outer did C. D. Harney & Company, and something. wall. Just as the gate swung open istuart G. Gibboney, of Now York mid freedom was within easy reach, - Mrs. Ruth Thomason Vlsconti. " It might be well for someone to a gust of wind swept the mustache this city, he said, had declared to seutl Inform leaders of tho Repub- from the prisoner's face. Guard him in the presence of her atorne. lican party that members of tho Thomas F'aeheco saw the iuustach that Secretary Tumulty "received hi In rank and file are not interested who bit." and that W. W. Price, one of drop and captured Staekpole, their potly grievances and the White House correspondents, surrendered without resistance. was "the lor Tumulty -and others." IF. I'JIny Flskc, Law-soWVXK XOT GCILTV. The suggestion to equip American said, was the banker he roll d ships with wheels In order to reduce a to previously as domiuatlng the damage when tiioy run aground lury Clears llviidprson Slim nf Kill- Cabinet ollicer and Archibald S ing Dr. Dunn. is appropriate In view of tho many White, he said, hud given him this recent accidents of this kind and we iuiormatiou. After deliberating a little oer an would also suggest that the good old d'liis Heurj As Author. r of Si- c be calked to prevent hour the Jury returned a verdict B. M. Representative Hnry ua said by murnot guilt in the leaks " Lawson to June told him, at the con afder trial at FIenileroi! Saturday tliat preceded the opening of Officials-Just ternoon and the defendant. C. M. I'erences investigation, of reports con- at Washington Geryne, was a free mats. Wyuo shot the leak .uuldii't bellevo that Minister Jiecting the Cabinet ollicer. banker, ard would nay those things in his Dr. ,Mlli;a C. Dunn on the streets of Senator, and also had mid him They cabled to Henderson August 10 and at that and .iiidres-at Merlin. Reman! of reports that Secretar ascertain (lie exact terms and learn- linn; there 'Wis considerable leel-in- g l!uruch. the Wall-streopiiator, statements, wern as quot-- d against him. It is said, however, ing thai tho on the said to have made a clean-u- p jt war. perfectly all right, and the thai evidence brought out in the tailing market which accompanied ; i.riii:pui:vTi:i trial changed sentiment in ills tavor. Hie peace note. matter dropped. The "unwritten law" figured In the I.awson declared Henry bad askj The annual Lincoln liamiuet will case. on patriotic grounds not to !;e in Louisville, at tho .Si:ebacb formerly of ed him 12rnest Woodwhrdt his ciuirges. At no time, the Republicans from 12. and n native Ohio couptaiu, iins he Doston financier testified, did eerj section of the State are was the qhief attorney lor tho ever s;(y im had direct Information, to attend a'iul the usual great and it is admitted that Ills lleuij Kilters Denial. time will be had. Senator Watson sterling efforts hud much to do with When Lawson bad finished Lis renf Indiana will deliver the principal the verdict. His being employed In. Henry took th" i address. II Is the intention of a the case aroused considerable local cital. Chairman stand, and swore thai at no time had j number o! Ohio county Republicans ,U(.rPst ho mentioned to Lawson the names; gn to F.oi:lsllb- tor the occa --- ti the financier brought out on the wit-- , ear. It looks to the writer lik' it. mid we've seen the latest inarki sion, l'ainlul Coughs Relieved. ness stand; that he had no infonna-- 1 'would be either Morrow or Ilerl. quotations KKNTCCKY POLITICS Hint If the Republican Dr. King's New Discover is a When n man who has stood fallh-lull- y soothing, healing remedy for cough. Hon then and bad none now of Ills will nominate Alvls S. Dennett for a l to'hls post of duty and directed and colds that bus stood tho test of own knowledge and denied general t Slate ollice In 1!)19 ho will pull the Hon. James K. Watson, of ly and completely all ot Lawsou's movement:; that ahuped the divtiuyi ote of all the caudlilatiM iliaua, will ho the principal speaker largest (Dy John II. Thomas.) nearly iifty ears. For that cough testimony relating to him. i a nafion lays his armor and. at the Lincoln banquet in Louisville on ilin ticket. saps the hat strains the throat and When ho had completed Lawson j 1. .N. Walker, of Lower Regions. Is February Hio rail ot death is there Hon IM P. Morrow, -. vitality try Dr. King's New Discovery. ro&e ami solemnly declared that j a candidate for Jailer or Whitley Dr. lieu L. Uruner and Col. K. T. mourns? H is a bit amusing to see Hie Mor any wonder that the nation Tin- soothing pine balsams and mild on the i county. We hope the name of jVt gantown Republican, published Admiral Dowey was the senior naval l.tvailve ingredients toon drive tho evety word he had uttered adIn Franks will probably also deliver varrior of the world and still, at his cold from the sstcm. Have a bottlo stand was the "truth, so help ine j Walker's precinct will not predjiiillce dresses oim of the dryest counties in the jliis candid. icy. variation." God, without u rlno age, ho continued in serve his on State, championing the caus of lih bund for winter colds, croup, T.i linelt II mi. Lawson said thu His life reads like a novel, fountry. votediilry and James vot- erty In liquor. Ik'ddiam and bronchial affections. At immediately after leaving Henry at Ki ippi !i!ti death lt a finicking blow to Aiunr-i- i We understand our Representa - their first conference he laid his In- - tive, Hon. L. L. Kmbr, would likoi ed wot on the Senate resolution to Sloan's l.liilnu-ii- t Km- Still' our Druggist, SOe. n. Joint. make the District of Columbia dry Rheu'niatlc pains and achea get In 'lot niation tnTore John O'llara to play a return engagement at terltot-y- . A COW SHIRK Sunday editor of the New riaiikfort In January, 1'JIS. ill US to the Joints and muscle, making ITi'.LlXO THi: IHRDh. WITH HUTOHKR KMI'K york World; Krinan J. Ridgway. every movement torture. Suppoto for u nioiiicnt that thoro Hoiim-T,IU "K,lt tircBldimt ot everybody's Magazln.', tlraos uh deep '". "'V 'Mr Hufferlug with Sloan's Mnlmenl; iijue (i iiiiow i"vi-ra!""1, In appointing a wlilakv drummer M pt,eri,t0 lyeur ofers a i. - lUe Suattle. Jan. 1(5. It wah a box-oil- ami Donald McDonald, publisher of heiRbtli of mau and that the' Stale Hotel Inspector. Governor tpleudld opportunit lor the Repul " quirk I) penetrates without rub- tu(aia ol surtenanc for the nudum eriiens, "the gray one with a Boston financial' paper. iiiiik. nun i.ooines nun warms your Slunley Is standing by his friends. iix-gi- ll houso-ollcans to carry tho sore inui.cles. t.llts." vulgarly known an "Call tliwo men," he demanded, Hum unfortniiute'iiiaii was tho gath. the V The congested blood General Assembly, If they will fol- la'Vtliiiulaled to ring up Ik ro unci thur" of crumlia ,a cow shark, tliut gaio It. It. Jones, 'and they will heal me out In wlim action; a sluglo ap Auother evblenco that u Demo- - low tho lead "nl thu Fayette county plication will drle out the pain. Rrnln. .Siipiiow that thoro ex- - of Lincoln Reach, an hour'K battle I ay rod resigim and Republicans-Itlo Democratic roiti-lle- s Sloan's Liniment is clean, convenl Aluiostl.iarsat Henry's absolute ""tie olllceholdor never in 1tud koiiio t.,on.ir liulug who pos- - the other afternoon, said' I'roressor J08amine (lirouglioiit the Stale. Lawson raieiy hum is louini "ifcsod tho j.tiwei to assist you in pro- - Treior K'neaid, of tho I'niverslty of denial of his statemonlK, out nml quickly eirecllve, it does not jcouiiiV where W. II. 'Phillips, nfter j,!,,,,,!,,,); Haul u'uiler :heio trying cir- - Washington department of biology. Mtuiii the hkin or elog.the pores. Get With u State-wid- e election Immihere, and won't i '" yw-- " of contlnuoiiH Hervlco as "Pit .'..uiii, .fonts hooked Hie shark wlillo salruuutttiutt. Wouldn't you be very, at jmir DrugglBt, Judge is a cauiliilate for re- - nent in Kentucky the live million a boltln county' Ii with j go to J.ill as tho goat." and killed Aery KraUtinl if .that mounter kept mon llfc)ilug2 If. 2 election. .McAiKhi, 'Tiiiuiiliy. Stuto debt Is the best uti.se' . It dollar Denials Il von ullvo uiii) tnuxeil to fade away ki niggle with a butcher knife. the liquor people have, and the voice v,.i heuf to the university- lor IJpih Secretaries McAdoo"ani( Tumulty1 ' Uh- - iajuit. i.f luiliger? 'Hie llnblt or TnMng Cnld. . ... A- movement has licen siaileii m; of the breworB seems to bo Ktrougur thought it might find Mr.l'rlcoat oncolssuul stuto- few people In Hart-nr- d liiic.ttlniriisli Willi iiuiiiv peopletaklng cold Is a Thoro iro - roierencim a I'uhIou of Uiii Republican anddrv j than l.lmt .of tho people lit the mat-t- o variety incuts denying' l.awson'Sthein- - be one of the wljo hitvr volunteered habit, but lortunately one that in thoin'. The coinnl'ittco promptly ) Democrats for thu 'county olllees. In ter ot Uiii Governor calling a apcclal easily broken. T.ike a cold Hpongo Ires hjj l.oiiefactois of Hie litllo which ha lorrorl.eil 'thu oaalern siissiou of the Legislature to revise bath inery morning The ordered subpoenaB for Rldgeway, V'ayelte county. irdndnrliii; the heavy fiiows and Jf coast or the Culled States. when you ilrst our tax la w'ii. Price. ' Cosgrave. Warburg,. Flhke. questioiirtil every one of siieeiiuen caught at Lincoln Irectl ; get out of bcii unt Ice cold, but a One Weliistnin, a LouUvlllu barber, White, Malcolm MeAdoo, Gibboney. temperature of diem will tell you that It Is a souren was 0 fnct r, 'Indies long. lift degrcen V. Judge John P, Haswell will have Alo sleep with about llurney & Co., Mrs. Vlsconti and John j was lined ?yn.fiO for keeping his .d delight to receive the thanks of your window up. Do Louls-vill- o bo reckoned with in the matter Ibis to liailibci'lnlh'N lough Itemed .Most li. Itiithotu,' editor of the Provldencn shop open on Sunday. The Hie lenlborct tribe for Hit If horl(w. and you will seldom take cold. . for "When you do Herald say a If Welustuln wants, of the Republican nomination Join mil, who puhlibhed Mime arttclea n old Uimiu-ay-litIm'lt Hint when take cold tabu Ii Governor two years heuco. SccriiluflcH Tumulty to keep open house on Sunday iot- - aliout "leaks." "1 have lulu u n great inaii jii diiiKM nu nuikt pay the llddler. Cough Remedy and get rid ur ' rtjiouhl sell his harbor shop quil buy j Cough Reme- - and MeAdoo will report wltliou1 It as quickly us possible. ho should ll 10 birds be coiiipeimatod lies of ChamlK-rluiii'.v. i I..I.... Obtain .1 i. is jirifuiiniii iii'tf. a iiii'tuijiji tilJ .1. . of j a saloon. mi able ewrywhete. ll i. tlio inualc they dy and every ilnin ll has cured me. j m tho winter for in Republican State Cenlriil Coinittcn j lmvo found it uiofat effectual for i RprliiK and auiuiner. nuke in' llio of - hacklne cough aud tor colds. is bald that either Kd .Morrow, will bo called about the dale it After Althougli roports have not roachA. T. fort.' A., K. Wilson or R. C. the Lincoln banquel. always dliiuipeoM," d us Hhtm aro no doubt many farm- - taking it u FOR FLETCHER'S FOR FLETCHER'S r (O'ltirfir would accept the nonslna-- ' r In tho coijuty who are feeding the wrllas J. it. Moore, Last Valley. Ga. yf btwiif-c- We will wngr a le tion tor Lraitd Statou Senator nest wm'r Mrde dnrlnK thl? b'rd overywhore. in luill and t l, Contract For Your FORD NOW it I If .You Want to Be Sure of Getting One iD u It ' . nrmmk SisaaMcua!Lai ru r rmm t 4 Wai-burg- e, ' well-know- f 1 ' Factory at Detroit is thousands of cars behind in their deliveries. If they are behind the middle of the winter season, how much further behind would they be in the summer season when everybody wants a car? Send us a check for ten per cent of the cost of the car you want and we will deliver it when you want it in the spring. n rr-e- Ford Runabout 0. Ford Touring Car $345.00 $360.00 - DETROIT. o , - s ' Barnes Automobile Company CENTRAL CITY and'BEAVER DAM , di-li- nse - . I. as-lil- j - M I - Cos-grav- e. . l ' ''1 j tho-lowe- r f ! 1 y I - s it. man-eatin- g . g Ktl't-rtiial- (Jhum-biirlaln'- H s ! , Oliildren ,Ory 1 , Children. Cry - i riM-njii- CASTORIA butl CASTORIA tv M1lfch.ffciitlfWW'HllWi '" "lj 1 i. Overcoat Reduction! Our stock of men's and boys' Overcoats has been greatly reduc- i ARE ORDERED HOME lilnlH during tlto liad weather. On tho grounds of Jiitlgo Wilson, wlicro Ihoy nro fed, can lie seen ni Kentucky car- TKOimi-miiiiy an twonty-nv- o AT MURRAY CAUHK OK dinals, red, gray and other species ACTION TAKKN AS I'RLOAU- of winter birds. Mrs. II. 1'. Taylor 'HOX.IKY MHAKUltK. lias nbout as inmiy ami on tho grounds of Mr. Logan can be seen the doves, cardinals, Jays and others gaily feeding. At a brush pile In tho rear Heveral hundred doves, ituall and other species gather regularly for their meals. Those adopting tho plan are urging that others Join them. "Billy," tho faithful collie, who has for many yeara called himself member of tho family of Dr. E. D. Pendleton, has passed away. As a neighbor puts It, "he was the friend of the llttlo girls and a dreaded one-- . Uut my of the midnight prowler." "Hilly" has still a greater honor. It was ho who gavo tho alarm when the school building burned here a fow years ago. Harking loudly ho ran from one place to another until his muster was awakened ami appeared to learn the cause of the uneasiness of his pet. Tho cause was not long in doubt for the building next door was In Haines and had the collie not given tho alarm It Is very likely that Dr. Pendleton's house Ily this act would also have caught. he won a warm place In the hearts of the Pendleton household and the death by poisoning has caused regret. Mr. A. W. Lognn, Judge John R. Wilson, Mrs. H. I. Taylor, It. R. ltllcy mid others luivo been feeding ' TBBEE COMPANIES r: t & CO.'S I J Lower Prices Better Hurry! a long time to use and enjoy our nice Coats, Coat Suits and Furs. We arc now offering Ladies' and Children's Coats at less than what they cost. ed during this cold snap, but in I order to clean them up entirely I we are going to give you for the Frankfort, Ky., Jan. 17. Threo lompirilrs of tho Kentucky National (lunrd havo been ordered homo from tho bonier by tho War Department. Adjt. Ocn. J. Tandy Ellis was notified this evening. They nro A Company, Flrbt Regiment, Loulsvlllo; L Company, Second Regiment, Frankfort, and tho Hopkiiisvillu company of tho Third Regiment. The order Is for them to start Immediately. Following tho trouble at Murray, when it was learned that no provisional militia could bo orgunLol to prcsorvo tho peaco In such emergency, Gen. Ellis was Instructed by Gov. Stanity to reoucti ..no War Department to send homo compiin'M to lie stationed at strategical points in the Vou have yet : next week a further reduction. Note carefully the prices: 15.00 Overcoat, now 'J fiO i Ladies' Coats 1 ( ( $10.00 : Regular itirirf, tegular price, Uiyulur jriot S I.OO. if n.llll. A O.OII. Now Now NOw ... .5 2.."0 Overcoat.4, now . O.yO Kegulur pi Ice, $ S.50. $8.00 Overcoats, now $7.00 Hoys' Overcoats, now ....: SS r 0.4" 3.UU State 00 I Joys' Overcoats, now 3.98 J.xO .1.00 i Junior Overcoats, now 1 :. 50 . unior Overcoats, now &Jy I At the high cost of production, Itlt.llNS SOOX TO hi: NOUGHT ON .MARKI'.T t you will do well to take advantage I: : of these low prices. If interested I call and see them and remember : that it pays to trade with a house I that saves you money. T&xz&Go, , Hartford Republican. FRIDAY JA.WtUY St. Louis, Mo.. January 1G. -- Ditch diggers, possessed of nothing more stomachs or sound than cast-iro- n hearts, may go rolling around in llinou'.sines in tho pear future an I j have eggs for breakfast every day. Dyspeptic billionaires may equip stomach?, themselves with brand-newarranted to stand a New Year's ee every ij;bt in the year, by shelling out a fow sheckels. Thick-heade- d sons of the rich may uc(ulre Thomas A. Edison brains as Christmas gifts by dispensing with a year's allowance nt college. Dr. William Sadler, of Chicago, speaking at a gathering in East St. Louis, brought these words of cheer to the poor and rich. Such progress has been made toward transplanting human organs, said tho doctor, that In tho near future wealthy persons will take mortgages on tho stomachs, County Judgo John 11. Wilson and brains, hearts, etc., of poor but County Attorney A. I). Kirk are at- healthy men, and foreclose when the tending the Road Engineers. Conven- mortgagors die. III tion nt Howling (Jrecn. Tho telegram from Secretary of War Daker said Gen. Funston had been directed to return to Kcntvcltv at onco tho three companies request ed. The Hopkinsvillo company wll' bo available In caso troops arc needed to protect tho Circuit Court during tho trial of the negro at Mur ray. The Frankfort troops may be needed here during tho reconstruc tion of tho burned ccllhouse at the Reformatory. In nddltlon to these needs the Governor and Adjt. Gen Ellis considered it safer to have at least ono company from each regiment in the three sections of the Stato at railroad points whero they can. bo quickly mobilized and hurried to any place on short notice. Had Habit.. Those who breakfast at eight o'clock or later, lunch nt twelve and have dinner at rIx are almost certalr i:ular ni Ice, $1(1.00. Now Now $ a.,"o $ 4.2.1 $ (I.OO ' .5 0.7." ItcKubir price, 12.00. Ituhir price, $15.00. KtWiIor prico, $20.00. Now Now. Now $ 8.7." .M 1.25 $11.75 Children's Itrular price, $ Jl.OO. I.OO. Coats- - llqjti'ar jiric, $ Regular price, $ 5.00. Kcsulur prico, $ 0.00. Itcgulai' prioo, $ 8.50. Reprulur price, $10.00. Now. Now. Now. Now , .S 2.25 .$ :i.50 , Now. Now. .$ 4.25 .$ (t.00 .$ 0.75 Ladies' Coat Suits LOT NO. I Three Milts, fclzct 1 1 and 10, ilioico for LOT NO. U Two suiLs, at choice . . , LOT NO. 'A Sl suits, ranging in price from $10.00 ." to $17.00, rliciin for $ y.50 $ 0.75 $10.00 oc to be troubled with indigestion. Tiny do not allow time for one meal to digest before taking another. Not less than live hours should elapse between meals. If you are trouble'! with indigestion correct your habits and tako Chamberlain's Tablets, an. you may reasonably hope for a qulcU recovery. These tablets strengthen tho stomach and enable it to per naturally. form its functions Also sec Carson & Co. 's line of FUBS be- fore buying elsewhere. Carson visss&zssssL&mxxz Si nrc;r.ror.A.TE3 Co. y mm lo everywhere CHOUGH r.i W. HUNGJ-T- . DIES Yl'UY SUDDENLY Hartford, 1 Ky. I,., II. At ST. L. 11. K. T1MK TAHLK. No. 113 due at Ellmltch 8:32 p m. No. 110 duo at Kllniltch 7:30 a.m. No. 112 I.v. Ellmltch .. 3:40 p. in. Ar. Irvington .. 5:35 p.m. Lv. Irvington .. 6:f.C p.m. Ar. Louisville . 7:40 p.m. No. Ill Lv. Louisville .. 8:35 a.m. Ar. Irvington ..10:0C a. m. Lv. Irvington ..10:40 a.m. 1:04 p. m. Ar. Ellmltch . It. TI.MK TAULK. M., II. & K. South Hound, No. 115 .8:45 i. m. Duo at Hartford. Hound, No; U North 5:55 p. m. Due at Hartford (Uotli "Mixed Tralua.) ... ...... been KRDKRATION HACKS LAHOH Mr. Kowati llnlhrnmc has LEAGUE special deputy hanking appointed commissioner to wind up tho affair. of tho .Mrllenry Deposit Hank. Owonsboro, Ky., Jan. 1C. Tho County Hoard of Super- Kentucky State Federation of Labor The Ohio y Indorsing a visors will reconvenij on January 23 went on record purpose of hearing reasons resolution adopted by tho Kentucky for the Leuguo Labor why you should' not he raised, &c. that distillers and wholesale Dunces were given at Dr. llean'i liquor concerns recognize organized rink Saturday, Monday and Tuesday labor. If tho request Is denied a sepMurray Daniel furnlsheJ aration of tho brewing interests from nights. the music. Each of the dances was that of tho distillers will bo askculled nt an early hour. ed. Delegate Max Traut read a teleMessrs. Clyde Italph ajid Clydo Delaney, of near Hartford, left Sun- gram from Typographical Union. No. Intl., where 10, Louisville, protesting against tho day for Connersville, they will bo in the employ of the State Federation of Labor taking dellnito action ou tho question at Rex Automobile Company. to-da- ..Personal News I ! and Social Euents. ,4 Mr. Ernest Woodward, of Hon- (lorson, was hero Sunday. J. J. Toms qualilled as giiardtiin of Singleton Tonm on January 13. For Oats, Clover Seed and (Irass Seed seo Acton llros., Hartford, "'ii Ky. Mr. was" J. P. Stevens, whoso illness no betmentioned last week, tory gives u good cook a poor repuA poor cook with a good tation. stovo will Improve) and a good cook with a good stovo will pleuso tho whole family, and this is tho kind of tonight. nurneTloft Wednesday. Etoves that wo have. Don't fall to Mr. Glenn (for Sa'n. Antonio. Texas, whero do give us u trial. ACTON HUOS., will spend tho winter tor tho bene. Hartford, Ky. 29t3 llt of bis health. .' -- ter. Houfo and Tot In Hart1'or Sh ford. Cheap at $350. Apply at this 13tf olllco. F."Tlcheiio'r has returned Dr. II. to Haitford alter a prospecting trip in Florida. W. E. "KlUaT & H"ro.7will Pay 40 cents per dozen, cash,. for Eggs today and and P. II. ifoudy was'appoTnted qualified as guardian of Itosa Hullo PJdcock on tho 1 3th. Mr. It. D. Wnl'ker,' who bus been ill of pneumonia for several days, is 'somewhat Improved. Mr. W. M. Pair returned yesterday from u buMnobH trip to St. Louis In tho lutemst of Falr& Co. What Is" expected to bo one of tho mbst enjoyublo dances of tho now t I"". Menu's Tlnk year will ho file ' In the restuurant line go to Tate's. Hot lunches served at all hours: excellent lino of tobacco, cigars and soft drinks. Everything fresh and an aged and Mrs. John Gentr highly respected lady of Cromwell, died at her homo there Tuesday morning. Interment took place Wednesday afternoon at (Ireen River burying ground LOST PiH'lii'thook containing $711 in currency on streets of Hartford Monday containing duplicate deposit slip I.n mi el to (i. A. Hchi'oudcr for .VU.JI.T. Rewind for return to Hint-for- d Republican oltli'o. When )ou nro In ueed'of new and Furniture don't fall to go to tho storo.that has tho goods and can save you money. for anything this 1 1 mo. to ACTON 29t3 Hartford, UIIOS., Ky. e, Mr. James Lowi, ufonner citizen of Ohio county, but now of Whites-vlllbus bought tho S. F. Wallace farm near No Creek and will movo hero with his family. Mr. Wallaco and family will locate in Akron, O. " Rov. H.W. "Napier wTlf preach at church Sunday morntho Methodist ing und evening. Tho morning subject will bo, "Dlvlno Companionship," whilo In tho evening tho congregation will hear, "Despising III. Hirthright." A stovoThut won't bake satisfac- reqitont causo of constipation. You feel heavy, dull and listless, your oni"lexlon Id sallow and plmplx.aiicl Card of Tltuultx. energy at low ebb. Clean up thin Wo wish to extend to our friends, ondltlon at onco with Dr. King's s, and especially tho local lodgo of ew Life Pills, a mild luxatlvo that who so kindly ministered to us intestlnos in our recent boreavement brought relieves tho congested without griping. A doso before reabout by tho death of our husband easy for poveral hours on Monday, that und lather, Mr. O. W. Hunger, our tiring will nssuro you a full and 25c nt ho was ready aud willing to go. movement in tho morning. heartfelt thanks. ' Funeral Ecrviccs were held at hh your Druggist. WIFE AND DAUGHTER. realdcuCo ono mllo and' a half south t of McIIonry, Itov. Crcal, of Heaver Unrlo Alili Olmpnian Ilea!. Notice In llnnkruptcy. Absalom Chapman, ono of our old Darn, In charge, after which his x woro laid to rest in tho Chap-ma- n In tho District Court of the Unit est citizens, passed uwny nt eight Ono of the ed States for the western district of o'clock on TucEday ovculug, Jan. 9, burlui; ground. Kentucky. 1917. after on illneso of uovornl largest crowds that has ever attendIll tho matter of Dundco Mercan- months of kidney troiAiIo incident ed a funeral hero bolng prescuttto tile Company, Uankrupt, In Bank- to old ueg. Undo Abb, ub ho was pay their last respects. " ruptcy. 0. W. M. Peaco to his ashes. familiarly known, waa born Juno 24, To tho creditors of Dundco Mer 1S33, und had boon married twlco. Koutu 11 Kuro Thing. cantile Company, of Dundee, in tho Ills first vflfo was Miss Mary Anna county of Ohio and district uforesald, Brown; to their union was born flvo 1. n. Wlxou, Farmers Mills, N. Y., bankrupt. cbildreu, four of whom uurvivo: luiK used Chamberlain's Tablets for Notice is hereby given that on tho Mrs. P. II. Hobdy, James Ma, Mrs. years for disorders of tho stomach Cth day of January, A. D. 1817, tho lHchard Hobdy and William Ha,llcy and liver and Bays, "Cbumberlain's said Dundee Mercantllo Company was Chapman. His wife- Anna Brown, Tablets uro tho best I havo ever usduly adjudicated bankrupt, und that died Sept. 10, 18G8. On May 15, ed." Obtainablo everywhere. in tho tlrst meeting of creditors will bo 1S70, Undo Abb married Miss Juda held at tho law olllco of Dean & Dean, Lonoy and this union was biofsod KJIK HUYH HICK I'KTfi; K1LLH INCUIUHLK ONKS In Owonsboro, Kentucky, on tho 2Gth with tho following living children: day of January, A. D., 1917, at 2 p Ellis, Mrs. John Curtcr, John if.. Clevouland, Jau. 13.rTho pastime m., nt which tlnio tho said creditor.! Mrs. Leslio Chlnn, Henry 1.., Charlea may attend, provo their claims, ap- A. und Mrs. Phoclun Wado. Aunt of Mrs. Agnes UarBby Is buying pots and chloroforming them. point a trustuo, csamlno tho Bank- Juda, his second wife, dlod Juno G, for rupt and transact such other busi- 1902. Sho Is not cruel or t is only sick animals which are put ness us may properly como before Undo Abb unltod with tho Bapsaid mooting. tist church at Wcfit Providence at out of their misery. lira, Marshy Is a regular customer Petition filed December Cth, 1010. tho ago of 25 years ami lived a con- J. A. DEAN, ittnut christian life; Ho having ex- at all Cleveland animal fitorts. Dur pressed to his family 'physician, Dr. ing th" ChrletinQH shopping eoasoti Rofereo. in Iianhruptcy, Owenuboro, Ky.t.Jun, 15tb, 1917.. J. S. Smith, with whom bo Ullid cue bought two cats and two dofia. Ma-spuun-inhard-hearted, Tho session tomorrow with cers und the meeting place. ably bo chosen for 191S. will como to a close tho election of offinaming of tho next Ashland will probas tho meeting place Mr. George Winflcld Hunger feV dead Saturday morning a'ont Fevr o'clock in tho kitchen or his home on Clay street. Duo to his mature ige he had been feeble for const Mmo but had not suffered from hcan trouble until the fatal attack came Mr. Hunger was bno of tho best 'nown citizens of Ohio county an would have been 85 years old i June. He camo from Elizabethtown at Uvo ago of 15, and later marrleo ont Miss Jano Wllhito who, with daughter, Miss Mary Hunger, survive. The deceased was known as a fearless man and several times risked his Ho own life acting as peacemaker. wtis at one timo deputy sheriff ot Ohio county. Rev. R. D. Bennett conducted funeral services at tho Baptist church Sunday afternoon after which tho remains were interred In Oakwood. Hartford Lodgo No. G7G, Masono, had ha go of tho burial. S &G$X&GteSw?WV$&rl CALL ON US For Overcoats, Suits, Odd Pants, Ladies Coat Suits and Cloaks. Don't miss us. All new and up-to-date, j v Inactivity .,Cniibcs Constipation. j-- L ck of cserciso in tho winter is a H-uf- o Clothing Co. s Sho found sho couldn't make them well, so sho killed them. "I bought those pots bocauso thoy wero sick and suffering," explained Mrs. Barsby. "I know they should bo killed if I couldn't cure them." If. K. Forry, municipal humane agent, says thero isn't a greater friend of 'dumb brutes in Cloveland than Mrs. Ilursby. Tho latcbstring: at her homo is awlays out to an unfortunate dog or cat, and children In tho neighborhood tako their alllnie pets there to bo cured. M.lItHIAOK LICBNSB I8SUKI) 8I.VC13 OUIt laST 'RKIOnT Elvis Keiifrow, Cromwell, to Florence Renter, Horton. M. W. James, I'rentls, ' to Rosa Hello Pldcock, I'rentie. ' Ucttruui Keene, Fordsvlllb, to Qes-ey- o Wricht, Horton. We HARTFORD, KY. 0ss&w4MM&roro$9ft. Cro For Dumb Wo havo opened u hitch uud'feed stable In tho building rccehtly occupied by Cooper & Co., undaaror)ad) to meet your wants in that lino.. Lea vt your horso whero you kuow-tt-vil- l Ik Ileat. carpd for, TAYLOR . & CRART-REH-, IIa'rtford,Kyi . I K tf" Aa4.aaaaaaaaaaaa444VU4444444 4 i "i .tiiltljjtjjjjiljjjtUt 4r"r . ' r 4J In (flTJ (U cy tf bfl-- ft RS 5fa 0) t oi rt MIH fc a ft g i 4 ST a o 3 a in rs c alia 3 el t S3 33 rt f O X E o a 3 cu W I s3 5 W i 3 W " " 3 .20 y dO rj og co 5 3 0) 0 c 73 "2 u 4H jS d j o 3 2 rl U u CI y w to fc n -- 'i .SO'-- 4 to s 3 l 3 u 0) o CO u c o o u a C U Sen 3 3D G O '"V rd 4r''""a cd SJB73 2 5 ' IV . . s 's s IU C c W3 tfi w J2 Si . n w -O cn o cd-" ccc co 1 H In 0) o en 4--j o "Vw CD O o o cu V 3 3 7 ?3 5 3 u - "3 o "3 u rt CI Cl to c o w o hM o S. U v .5 rt s CI P U o " a ii M 3 I i P. U M oS C J- -" Qm en. bar ir2 (tf fti w 3 O B 2 CD :T3 T3 o CO CO ft-co co cu CU .18. jT a, a. CI en a e J. i ft jo "J- T -- 2 to T3 CU H i3U OT CO C - c cC RJ rt sT rt - 3 I If U 11 v. Z CU I .E cu I: : D3 0) - o cd r3 to '- 3 - ik "D U, R5 c ftCX to no. 8g8 3 11 o RJ .S to Z ui rt H C y C V- CU c to v-- CO i? u o to C2 o3 o u CI 1-.- S v a. u ui r'c 1 r.i rt o.-- a w C vj 0) -- 0.2? a cu O a Q O Q v V1 3 r;l -- 'c 0 S n T3 C cu: tU jQh S O 3 5 HS w J C j 5 CU 0) 3 c cd ca B cu RJ -- c o to S o O X " C3 u rt ff 3 3 u rt g . c3 C - 30"3 crCrSO W3 CU co a do G to rt r 2 sa to Is y 3 & 73 - co cu a- n --S CO US 3-02 s DO cu a c RJ- a J i; W sa o 3 3 n J J 3 "3 S JT a Q 3 rt 2 s V J- n O A So cu ou E cd CU - S o rt U CI o C 'a o X fc r .0 a -- h to c o u a sS5 S Sg 0) tO c3 IS CU co cd ft E c. R5 s c 3. CI K cu ft J2 ft to J nD . rf o Z ui u C rt C CO u 0 (S a j "2 cJ ol ui 3 5 XwK 0) Cd S in U T M Vn o , H3 t O CJ S o 3 w 3 S il 0) S o . BMi 60 O "SpC-- o G 2? E SS Q) VJ fe N "" 3 MIL O - ft HU to 2 3 R C "" CJ (il ftD a: en h 03 Sg LJ & to . rt u 5 o s ci ij J ! E : M c 3 U & UI 52 6 s C9 a ti o SE CI P to o '3 u V Ci J U 3 O u u E CI a ui -- S a d JS n -rt CI u 3 o oa 2a3----0fcbo- C - Q. o. O J ft . i 2 rt rA c rt o a to Us 3 C cs a) rt co 10 Hi IISBHHH Liim u dd 1 -- CU bo cu i:. o ra CU rt to w 3 CO s: cd y Q ft"V fl- -g oo 11 CO C ' k CJ H en DO Z o 9 rt is - 3 5I '2 3 2 o rt cl s c o 3 a wnr mbmi SIS w tu3 c cd 3 rt t N N Mjin3 cu cd buSs w O0-w "0 n Cj -- S " 3o a cd -- ' T1 RJ S cu U4 B, . D o "3 'tfik$: !" 8 Ol CO y ) w fi J o 5T cc ft ? "-SJ- .s k --, &0 Sjo 5 3 o tins u - cdCJG CD HD Si -- wo TJno X r ? U. r n (ii it! en S -- 4 Zlr-- rl 11 u o 0 fc v to CO 3 11 z UI 2 3 3 0) .3 t 0) u S-- fi a o -- J to EE CI CO s CO 0 ws .r- s: L -- 3 . j- lJ -i -- a TI cd l TT r: s f J f- - ft & rC L a. u ui 3 aO c rt O S to 4) 03 rt a 3 8S - 9cf3q4TS Sn ftrg cue Q --i cd cu 3 O fe 5,M.a)eSvrMH.o cd D Oh oCU rf ft 8 .feS O cu a. J "-- " I O o z a, n 3w CO a rt "3 a o n "3 aa2 "3 ICO 3 3 3 3 O ooo oo o rt CO LO co CO cd 4-- W4 5 . Mb CI gT3-cu C 'U cu o . CD 4- u -w ?rc T3 ft 3 cu -i cu ft ft O4 4--1 s 3 C CU C I to a: O a a 3 I s -- i 3 a o w, W to N a v a sa O o5 1a V 03 3 rt " 0) a w o .a O to CJ w CI f1 -. rj hi 3 ri rt kr4 O k- J gntttntnt:ttmntntt t r- i- -- A . '.TinU ""? V J " .. Mm9f' J u JgyjWrtnMiwuaiw ?pMtwwvvfffftttttttttttffffttfttftttHHHHHffHtHH44 3bi fcj 3 3 O CM CM ; t S N "9 3 CM CO i SJ 3 CM u rt o S ; ' 3 . o : " 5 rt ; u rt 3 : y . 10 ! Pi y 3 rt 5 y bi to "2 en ft in u y o y m Pi o o i 53 o ? CO X3 Ul o o m 3 W i o 3 'CO Ok o . : ; : : y tn 3 W O U w ( : : : "2 & F r oa i rt c r3 ra C to 3 3 in tn v c 3 y o xs n u rt y I y 3 JS rt 13 rt . " C to "5 rt rt . rt "2 a U : ' : " 5 .a y 13 u rt CO 73 0) y CO y c ; u y u Q 2w ft . ' y "3 y o CO y "E tj & y T y tn a 3 t, rt s o to hi y y" g 3 y CJ PQ 3 o t, y y a. 3 O y y i . s o y u o 3 rt CO s o en y i s o o aJ i-m 3 . 3 o y y --. c o c o y J n J 2 1 rt a y s m y o n XI y u y X3 3 y. c V y .a S rt rt to o o H 3b y X) y rt P y y 5 y t rt .o ou rt XI S "C 2s 1 a xi XI rt s Q y 3 y y 3 hi p C3 S o rt ,a en y n to 2 y o . : : : . ; c y .rt Uh ft m CO ; u u 1 : CO rt to CI y B u rt t- y X) y rt "E O a. y3 (0 Q k y s 3 o B 5 rt rt g CO y W I 3 S lu Z LU en rt Pi y 2 3 3 3 n 3 C3 t I C y Z LU i u rt 3 . ?p H rt ft c2 cy yy y tf c fc - a aW ti 4 a y u rt '.a CO O O rt r -i 7z 3 3 & u y o o in u o C W I 3 o 3 u o u o o s J o H Z LU I .. y y O & ca 2 CO Q in ci g y u a S g O ; s - o : : CO v as y C. C CO "3 & Si. .s B h43 tn to y 3 i2 : : '. to 3 S y o Ctl 3c a y v o "3 to y .5 & o o c, in ci y -- . v a z LU y3 y en Q. LU 3 5 c rt t y c o rt o C O r rt CJ H g xl T3 Si cc LU p y o O , ! en y y o y a. y Q DC LU x: y y a os X CO LU C . u ay to en a X! - .3 rt t . - a5a rt 3 y 3 n a y i--, "3 y co o. in ci a c - o o rt rt . 3 'i o y y y H y in to rt y 'a. a: P yL S) .&-- : .2 rt c aJ y 3w o 15 o y y y "E u y en O y 3 en y to Xi en en .s g y 3 O o rt . A 3 y TJ u rt s "? rt & u y y y y c O o t- CM a y y Pi JS rt Pi y y rt y y y J B o in y y y CI 3 c a y Si y y (S i CO j o y y L. &4 a CO T o co y c O y o3 aE to y a oa c 73 n i y j 3 W a. 2 u rt -. y rt m3 , O si en 33 OO J " z c L, a y a ID rt r ,en i-- y u y J3 H 3 "5 rt y u o 3 3 s cj as y y y y o to rt 13 e J3 .2 i k en S3 cu to 1 35 rt m en rt s TJ C to p 5 i2 "S J ' 5 w g 3 en " O to T" c ?S s: '5 O cp rt 3 en p e y K 2 0 h rt a 'y 5 e ya y rt 3 3 XI .3 3 i p en X! rt yc x; y a o en Py rt 2 2 X! X! to r y y u n ci tn y vo ? rt rS eo c c u o T u 2K oI " 33 u i I in en o H o en 3 3 O O c o o 5 y rt Ph 3o -o a Pi y in CM o u rt CM O rt to y CM - 3 o o Ift to to en 3 l- - rt U -- rt y Tl C df-- y .2 - y u y Z, CJ 0 o -- j y y tn U u 3 to " en u rt . t 5 K 33 P o y y y o en en y rt 3 to y u u o in o : - J h 13 t am o o u I o 13 y rt in o CM "S y """ E 3 rt y y p y O 13 u Z 3 u u o rt ? o JS y y p.. 13 y X! y .2 "C rt y y co en en Ph y w r u 'yJ en XI 3 O o o mO w 33 u a H 3 18 o U u 3 en y o 33 O 3 -y3m o P to rt T- J T. H I xi y y to y Si 2 "u y Ph -1 2 3 rt 33 s o o 2 "rt rt 3 v. .2 y y y 'C 13 in rt H 3 o 3 en 3 cr1 g X y a e o a aw : 3-- C w5 to c. r Z3 to 3 x: ci en 45 Cl 3 o C 'J a -, en O 33 i ' en y -s S o 3 y "y J y rt "to u y "o 'u rt u u rt c 3 O o 3 O y 3 u y y Cl . W O 5 Z y CO y U J, ci 33 y y H O 3 u y y. a o .3 y .2 t Ph 3 CO 3aP n y y in -i o T rt in J. eo ti y u W I 3 C a 3 rt x: IH u u ci Vi y y - "3 y 3 rt 33- - o oO to -, p in B y a52a u rt v- 3 o tn u J rt y y i y y 3 3 v y to Q y y u O 33 to "3 rt s en u rt c y 3 ei . XI y y C ci - a y tn en 13 O rt x: 5 IS o x; H 2lia5 o to u y y rt eo CJ 5 p iJ CO C a o to s y y "S Ph y 2 33 y u y 3 to e P hi CM I & o o y s 'C to y y P x i o 3 a o y u o 3 rt u 5a o SM X! 3 y a y 3 x: 13 J3 w 3aOf C o "E y v y X! u 3 x: P y py3 yo 13 I 3 y u U ci t--rt y 3 IS 3 y ci Cs, y a P y en Ph y oy y O to u rt to y u 13 en y 13 Ih 3 y x: y X! en rt . - 3 to y a rt ' O) ory 13 co y c Pi 13 CO 3 H 3 in CJ Si u y P y y 3 en in y y C Ph rt 13 3y y x5 O 53 "C y a t- -. y t- Ph p o "3 X O QQ rt o H y- r Ph 3 u . U y y CO .is (U hi ft CM t- to y 3 o O x: CO CN O c y 5 y o 3 3 O O o 3 3 y V CO & 5 y s O in in to -o V y CM u rt o is S s IH o y c O -J 4 -i Ph O yym yc T -tc-- i o CO 3 O y 13 y y rt HH u -y rt . t o rt 3. X! 13 33 5 u .a y Ph X! y 3 S x: rt rt Si H gyh oB3 o O 2 p ye co 13 H 13 3 rt fc- - in ci 3? S 33 y 3 to y 3a y o in rt en o in tn in 3 3 o y 3 c 3 3 3 y S 3 ., to o y O r 3 m c-- i 2 y - t to y y p m CN u y en y O y c ft y to fc y 'C Ph H. 3 3 o y 3 3i 3 y c O m g 3 3 in o c o o l y 3 ci Jp O o 08 CO rt xt i i5 i o f j tn o ci t m cjj r- vy d - in r t- cm O) co v vy in in en m in oj cj in K CM t r-- t o m iS vy vy vy o o d 3 m "3- - O V CO O ooo mV tf N- CM V V t S to Ul N iiy ft y to oo oo cm fr ri wv co m in CM r CM in- VO fM .'T M 4 in m C tv v v IM c p y H y y y u CO CO 3 Z LU V) Q Q y y 'E Ph P r. rt y XI w o y :r .2 3 '3 33 y 'C Ph w y y 'u Ph y y "C P " 'E Ph "rt y y y y y "E Ph y y 'E Ph "rt CO 'E Ph "rt CO y y u y y y "E Ph y Ph y "E y y "E Ph y y "C Ph 13 y co w "C Ph y y y Z Q Q O y y y y to y y .rt 3 rt y y "E Ph 0. E y u y rt y y E Ph av u to -- a) X) rt E .2 'E Ph ' sj 'E Ph Ph 'S Ph yy y .2 "E Ph Q 3 y "rt CO y "3 CO en y 33 y "rt CO y o y jn H a 3 3 w P J" rt y g in CM xi y CO CO w j y tn Zj CO J h tn CO to 3 3 O CO 3 a5 CO J2 CO CO 3 3 3 CO 3 3 u y Fa w n oo oo in O W c ci CJ ci H :. 3 3 00 it! ooo ooo o t ifl co ci eM VJ-H So a r 3 3 rt u o 2 O LU t3 --- J to CD rt SI "3 CO en "3 CO en 2 o rt CO v "rt CO (0 y "rt CO en - y 73 at CO en en a co en y - "3 co to cb CM CJ 5 2 ot rt 2 rt a o rt o rto o ooo a: 33 Lu S IS oooooo cm H Ih O rt o (0 3 x: rt y 3 oi y 3 . (0 CO O T" lo O M o J V y rt CO en y 3 rt CO rt CO en y y a o tH Ih M 3 o to a y t3 "rt CO en y 1a CO 33 y rt CO 33 y 73 CO co o rt CO 33 e ft y o' 8 O y co 3 is! to LU - tPl -Ih X? o rH Ih ki i in rt a) Ph H CM Oo CO o in to y y 3 y rt M co rt rt CO z LU s S3 rt CJ CJ U um u s rt Ih rt rt L, c rt 3 o a o fc Us- L) 13 '3 3 n 3 rt rt y y 3 31 Ph ii y to 3 to .2 3 in y Ph o B en S, 33 to to yy Ph in en y v ayuy aE 3 V CJ rt O (T P I j is to oi 4 33 33 'O cJ "3 ii "3 m tf XI 60 y f y CO a U rt a U LU LU T3 3 y o 10 , co" o o in eo CO in in e' rt t rt 3 to v Ih Ph & to y v 93 to en Ul U) cy IH 4- - u oo y o 'XI c C 4J 1 in CO to y 3 d X o ooouu o to in o (3 ci eo' eo V- o o rt o rt o o a y XI U u CJ r m-- i in rt H o 60- - in (M W Ph en r-- l rH 69- CO 13 a y --i o o J3 w rt p) Sh rt u rt C5 O ci to 3 'A 3 to y .. to QJ to CH 5) .2 .2 .2 3 "3 y y u rt CO y 3 O 33333 in en in i; y 3 31 in y 3 "3 "5 u .2 .2 .2 m i Cl -- O O J o J CJ CJ oo u 13 o to in in T w T--i a o a o O t rt eo O 3 rt CO s e y co HH HI en en CJ ic 13 4 M Xi L. 3 o U 2 4 Xi 3 X! 3 y 13 - - 3 4) y O Xi ouo 17 in ) : m m ip w v nd o m CM tv in S : rw ' ! ! r 13 vy y y v cm vy cm ci o a tn in co in t2 in vy vy a Ih en CM in -J- to- - ' to m tn t vo in ci ftn i i tH co 3 O rt rt vy t in T I! t i ! y y y 3 10 "E . y y "E Ph t 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 y y y y y v y y '&4 y y Ph y y y y y PL, y y y ' rH W- to t 5 CO "" rt y y E Ph PU a y y a, rH y 73 y E Ph y y y "E Ph y y "E Ph 4S B y y O !3 ca o j u) h y tn cm in - ft 3 r to- in (Ti m in f f in vy vy vy vy vy vy vy in r in ( cm tn co mm co O) co 2 73 CO u o 73737373737373 scococococococo '& y y y ' O LU a. to us si 8.5 cc 3 o rt y y PU 73 u cu y 73 ra y ra 73 y ra a to y 73 3 3 CO . y yy y Ph v y Ph y y rn 10 i- - y v rt CO CO u ra rt 3 2 5hUIhhI-Ihi,s 5 a B oooo o'oo22 (CO CO " 'a 23 "3 3332 a a to 3 "3 co co B CO to a" us w to jj w 3 y .1 CO i 3 KM . lu s 532 333a 3a 9 3 5 "3 u a ra ra ra ra a 3 3 to S a ra y o ct LU o o z X y y "E Ph a-t- V z LU . to 2 o g o-- o to S "C rt 2 rt rt ra 3 o o o .to oVe y t y 2OO O 7! V 73 Ih f yo a m 73 y y W of fi y 3 O" yy y a 'E y y Ph y .2 'E y y 73 vy O y in rH oo 13 rt owma y 244a O yoa oo Ih ysg CO ft 3a 0) co PI LU 73 CO to w Xy to rH a rt m t- a8 -o r CM O s rt Q y yyy u y 'E 73 E ra Ph 'E 'E 'E B B Ph Ph B y yyyy a rt rt rt rt rt ra rt o w CO CO CO CO . v y y y y B y y -- 4 o (0 "3 ooo rH 85 333333 rt rt rt rt o o u t o .y V 4 c g to o in n to Cl to "3 - JEj in C3 a. w Ih I 5 w .a ttrtp-tfpi.M 5SII a uV O rt) 41 H h I W O ffl 2 o I a "b 3 ri rt rll4-ir4:H4-j4;- yyyyyyyo "a K- , "a a 5 j a .m a o B a y y 0 y 73 CO y (t t Ct) y t; r US flw ya 3 x CO 4v nr a oa in CJJ rt a 13 CM a rt - rH. r to K TVil- CM CM CJ vy vy vy a rt O h- o o y V y w-- vy IW CO O ? y y3 Sy ca to mB rH 3 Ih rt I. rt Eo ooo t- y i: o oo u y o CJ rt o & 5 co a .5 tf CO r3 & y 03 y K CO y o y PJ CO y Ph a H rt 73 J ba yy CO J33 CO V. -. r J31 rt BBBB o o oi V. V. o B-- a y oyw CO CO "a pH ft rt rt rt rt tq to ayyy y y a a "at a rt r 5 3 rt w to 3 I h- -t Iy io y 6) to cu Eo y Ih y to y a n cj rt rt x) o 31 Hy a "a yy 3 rt rt CO O S B rt rt a o co to u u V, V. v v v v 0 Fo 5) yy yooo rt. B B B rt rt rt rt CO y y & y in in IO ! Ovy vy vy t 1 Ih l, U d rd - -d si u Eo to tn JO- v vy Ih u js .a y J - JJJ -. rH tH . 4J y -- 4 "-44 y o ooo BBBBBB vv oo 35 33 CO CO t-- i V, V V. ift t t - ,'J" ief A E SPANISH-AMERICA- N WAR HERO IS BCAi) ATMIKAI. DKWKY I'ASSKS AWAY ANP THK NATION MOOUNS rUNfcltAI. TOMOKUOW. Jan. 1G. Adm nl 'Vor tlio nation's Spanish Dfwey. licro and by priority of grade tho lanklnp naval olllcer of lite world, In his filed nt his homo eightieth year. Ho had not been conscious Binco ycfterday, when be lapsed into coma still believing that in n few days ho would bo back at his VYashlnBton. ht ' desk in tho Navy Department. A general breakdown accompanied by artcrio sclerosis incident to old age was the cause of death. Tho disease had been gradually spreading its hold upon tho powerful body for year and a half, but the Admiral, rroud of his physical vigor, had fought It off and even kept its existence n secret from most of4 his intimate friends. Last Wednesday ho was at his olllcc apparently halo and hearty. The next day ho collapsed as he was preparing to leave the house, and the beginning of tho nd was at hand. Mrs. Dewey nnd tho Admiral's only son, George, were at the bedside They had known since yesterday there was no hope. Dies At 5:50 I. M. Tho Admiral died at 5:5G o'clock. Prosldent Wilson nnd Secretary Daniels were notified at once and the by wireless to news was Hashed American naval vessels and stations all over the world. The mesVage carried orders that all Hags be half masted. The body will be buried Saturday at Arlington national cemetery on the Virginia shore of Potomac Itlvcr, where many of Admiral Dewey's former comrades have been laid to rest, before him. oral games nnd contests tho guesti r rved with hot chocolate and wafers. dances nt Those attending th Hartford recently wero Messrs. Charlie Grcenwell, Frank Ilar'nes, Oriuan lJarnca. i .iior and Marshall Mrs. Agnes Woodward entertained the Kmbroldcry Club Friday afDelightful refreshments ternoon. to tho following: served tre Jlesdamcs. Foster, Owcnsboro; Myron names, C. P. Austin. J. Jama-giHerbert ltummnge, Ernest Taylor, Charlie Taylor. Latncy Oldham, M. D. Hudson nnd Will Cook; Miese.a Elolso Austin, Keener Nnpler and Elln McKenney. Miss Ella McKenney was the guest of Miss Wlnnlo Slramcrman several days this week. n, STRAY STREAKS. (Uy Fluke MuFlukc.) Our wife has n dozen nnd either 3 or 4 eggs locked up in her refrigerator uiiil so far 1 have been unable to Induce her to either scrnni- blo or put them on tho market. A tcntion of Congress Is respectfully called to this unnecessary hoarding of food stuff. ' How to Check That Cold. When it is painful to breathe, nnd fever sends chills up and down your bar' you aro in for a cold. A timely doso of Dr. Hell's Pine Tar Honey will stop the sneeze and snltfles. The pine balsam loosens tho phlegm and clem tho bronchial tubes, tho honey soothes nnd relieves the sore throat. Tho antiseptic qualities kill the perm and tho congested condition Is cough relieved. Croup, whooping affections bronchial chronic nnd quickly relieved. At nil Druggist. ' -25c With 11(11 Ilhoads, Uanso Martin and Dan King discussing the latii decision of tho Supreme Court, with reference to shipment of booo Into dry districts and giving utterances to rcmnrkR I dare not even put in this column, writing Is made easier, is it not? lookout structures, 40 bridges, '22 miles of fence, C4G dwellings, barns nnd other structures, 17 cor cals, and 202 water Improvements. Since the passage In 1912 of the act providing funds for land classification, and ns a direct result of tlio clr.slflcatlnn work, a lotnl of ncrt'i! has been eliminated f:o:u the Natlonnl Forests. This . an elimination of approxiI mately 3,800,000 acres of land from . the Chugnch National Forest In Alaska which embrnced lands of low value for uny purpose other than mining. 81 -- frIJMArf. ELorAMiBfillS ' Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law Will 1 $& JI m ir . I'rim i. niinn- - Jjs f . c an and OinUnul UAiuiVoa. KY. iotlco his pro(slon In Vhi adjoining rouiitlt. CoihkIi .k Irctict n Specialty. T WAIM.HTIIATTO.N Crnmm-ll- , K,t. i in rue. m lUrltnril. tin ta Ky eauntrymt. Int. It it In a eltr where cwi hotels abuued, the FowluUu heads the Fr- -t In the hearts cf Its STRATT0N & MARTIN Attornoyo nt Law CROMWELL, - KY. their profession la thl djolnltig countlea. Collccllorw. f'eilifllaaaitlnl i ial tttiflin1 ttfnrtt lrt Prompt nnd vlgoroib Bpaclalty. rvlce- Notary In offlc Will practice ... When a musky miller makes meal mniuuo.vs uud tho self same stuff sells, In a way that makes the poor cuss who Isn't nble to purchase more than a peck or two, pay 10 or lf cents more than the big guy who buys by the bushel, ho also needs Investigating. Virgil Elgin just came in, rotted If I'm going to try I'll d to work this blamed old Oliver until tho crowd thins out. That quartette is entirely too niuih. And bc-do- If you hike tbo Dnutchon Train'tur, ttif ou rnunmp inno nasimw ii.t-- iiwo-until. Writ cantakoltaf coveor Seuurod or Your Money Bach rdncih. Iv OSITiOi QOOD and a - hcsixks iollkui. Get on the Firing Line 3 II Ejrf anil rcttful. lit excel" lent Ivealion ml Pennsylvania Avenue. IHth .n.l II Streets. inaWn it n deull'' lieailiiujr-m- i lor brMal coinlc, tourist ljitie, convrntiont. Schutds and , l.j"SCS. Tli; Powhatan attracti the people ot culluic and riluCation. n rroMmity to State, War and Natt Ucturtmtntv ilo to many makes thu hotel ernerially to a diictimimlina; public. The Powhatan cfTeri roern with deiached bith al $1.19. lioot-- x Jl.CD and up with private bath, $2.30. V3 nd up. nun, nte f'jr booVlel The Towliat-.- n N tflnci!, CETAYLOfrCE- Beaver Dam, Ky. -- 1 i Highway and Drnmagc Design. I'cmu u( liuioti-- al intcreit, DR. 0i E. .l, HART V13LTRRINARY GROW COIiOKKI) COTTON Mister Doctors Pendleton anil Tkh-- I TO KOIA'K DYE 1'ltOll.jK.M enor, like the cat, both emtio back Anniston, Ala., Jnn. 15. Cnun- Do you ,eer have two or thro-dayoilman Claude J. Settles, of this city, straight along, one right after Is exhibiting samples of brtfwn cot- - the other, consecutively, so to speak ton, which he believes, If it can hot when every thing you touch you eith- grown successfully on a large scale, er find or leave e down, or ' "will in a measure solve the GeVmaa wrong out or i ml first, or dyo problem in this country. Is Inwards? maybe the out-ji- do Tho cotton exhibited by Settles was not dyed brown, but grew that color Yes, when every blooming thine in Ills back yard on Glen Addle av- - you've touched for quite a spell has enue, and nature made It a fast been covered with thorns and thirbrown, for no amount of boiling or ties, ocaslonally you get near enough washing changed its color the least to n good thing to see some other bit, he says. A small bale of blue guy halt for a moment, as he crosses cotton, from similar seed, was raised your path and quietly plucks tit" this year northwest of Anniston. This Hoso and gathers unto himself the is also washable and tho fiber of nectar you thought by right were both brown and bluo was of medium I , up-sidin-sii i ' CLlFhOIW ' M 'H LJ'VIi, Ofllcc TTTqJ; SUKGRON KY. ltKAVKU James Tiolor'.n I.lvcry lltirn. I I F yon wsnl to rnfertl A IIIIIICIUIIUIlUlMlwn ul.jt incw bciii.i-- nnd lnclu try. in Indention and ncifnce. Get otitof thr rut; Kt ten the lirlnj 111 Ai tbi-A-J.i- . JL ..-- i - line. Kd Popular Science the mt lntrretinc uihI nrfiil maritlre. tlieb..r'rt imoiic)' wuttli. l.'.rr muiitil 300 Pictures 300 Articles .Monthly nd T HUME "V ' I icvui.li iv THAT d THADCMARi3 $$SliBgrTTfSfaaCta kiUu jsiJ ; Mia,' " if no i pnnitr lui4n '',i4.i7t tiUiiir4 In ffj PATCNfElM OUT nil for , i Idesi nd pniylJccnli. All the ro-ireirw, " ' Invri lions in ncoirieiij and acro,l.inr, in ihopwurk and .lUtuiuU.ilcs la rarminc und in nuclnnr ry tln. in mnk thtnea mt home, to rut:rerrrv month, including nlnrcrators, poullry hous furniture, uutomobile thop reimr. etc. Idrm. It i full of mtijey millnc. 'cp-.ilnIt ii vrnllen (n pKin Lnluh for mn and bon. iH.fc passing nrrcf.cricca lor r m. n It, irww l s i.Uwrtiftn B03-60U uni tj WASMllXCSTOn. Govnnth Otroot, o. c. CASTOR - Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S 'i 13 Centa m. Copy $1.50 a Year ikV1 GUAKAXTKKD 8KUVICK One hundred per cent value. Special work for W. O. W. W. F. STEVENS, Hartford, Ky. R. P. D. 7. aVi' ' WILL YOU TAKE OUR length. m jours. j J n if fmm n nrwviiler or write dirrvt tr l'i4ular.S wnce Moutlily. S'9 Fourth Ae.. N.V. I'm u r Kd Ze.it CD V T t't Um r tmi rtvCC l.r aUicr mi'jM ltf. BEAVER DAM DEPARTMENT. Jan. 17. Mrs. A. D. Taylor has returned Jo her home In Louisville after a week's .visit with relatives and friends. Miss lone Taylor spent last weekend with relatives In Hartford. Tho Epworth League entertained with a social In I the Sunday School rooms Friday evening. After scv- - larm 4 innes east of.j Hartford, on the border of tho oil fields. Good dwelling, barn and oth-- 1 Young er necessary outbuildings. orchard, strawberry bed and other pleasing features. If bonds carry A 160 aero j , seat pike will be near. See. or write Tlnsley & llaniPtt. Hartford. Ky., for further p.irticu- inter-count- y As yon stoop by the btrength all spent, bleeding and torn, your wounds unbnndaged, you get t'w Inst supremo Jab when mi optimistic patriarch with eyes celestiall ca-- t, tr." to make you believe It's nil for tlio iie.t. way-side, your ... " Mothers i . I Representing Continental Mnrhlc & i 'and WITH GERMINAL REMEDY A TrulRen! WEAK (Of Oranlto Co. LUNGS or J j lars. man wineth au The .! t ii.ii in a walk, and the armies pint watheruth more alius than thi one with two. one-legg- UMMiHaaaMaBaaaBHnas . CONSUMPTION lefllnr. A quick tfHcC for.lhat tlreJ. couelu, pain, in chrit. alcut eii. iirmor If It J.rm crntumrtion. fhicr. wrak lunc rou uolhlnl. Ml htlp nu It coH t OHIO MEDICAL CO, COLUMBUS livery Woman WnnftT FOR ONE MONTH ONE tfaAWW $4.00 YEAR $2.00 SIX MONTHS I The blind se'eth their way clearly , to an easy living and a few of th feeblo minded are supported by the' State, but Ed Darrass Just has Jim , Nance show vou pictures and sails' by. j VerMrae For&efMdreirL A safe, old fashioned lock nox ots o remedy for worms. Scvnty-fie COURIER - JOURNAL Daily By Mail (NOT SUM DAY) AND known as "Alec" was wending or winding his way homeward very-latthe other afternoon, as the shades of night and other things were falling all about, Alec's feet, that Is one of them, hung under a sled track In tho snow and tho said Alec proceeded to thero and then swap ends In mid e It'3 reported on good authority, that as Shorty Porter, otherwise yran continu- ous ute ii the hrst tettimonul FREY'SVERaMIFUGEctn offer you. t totiU klwarion vJi heta Ltrp rf hzCe on 25c. bottle I id. It Kappjr Irnl rieaouaa ard nvnnjcxUI powrr. i I JOc. U dtujfiiu. tulmai br l jha1. The PartonTcJrt Hortcn. Ntm. V Hu cinufjuur FOR PERSONAL HYr.IFNF. Diiaolvcd in water for donate atopr peUic catarrh, ulceration and inflammation. Recommended by Lydia E. Pinkham Med. Co. for ten year. A healing wonder for naaal catarrh, ore throat and tore ayea. Economical. ,aa Nr. Jh fc Sn?U Fr. Dowr. tt youi dtUHut'i cr wew y.,?xv8r FOR I tie jiia um and Zbt, txivrff you, n iua(4 and hc'U kvnd you bot promptly. Ki overt es E. & S. FREY, BALTIMORE. MD. ycars' cxpcricncc C81!goM? OWEy UK UWDAUTHnOATAN' Trill Bottlr I rco I INGTROUBLLS. T- 1'inn to 'I V. air. - j OK ' JaUAUANXKEDt f - voaoif-'-l '.rii; FARM and FAMILY A Great Monthly Mnjiazino During January ANf . February Only Special Rate Period Limied to These Two Months. Splendid Combination at a Little Halt The Price. Over Subscription orfl;rrf at this rato will bo only whcjn sunt through regular Agents in this diBtrict. BERRY I). WALKER, Hartford, Ky. COURIER-JOURNA- L CO., Louisville, Ky. filUNN&Go.'G,B'oi,toYor( PARM LANDS and City RcsldenceB UiJiUi ViUiA. US If et. '.Vajlikiiluu, O. C aro now kuIIIur nt a low cost, hut don't expect it to he so If you ever expect to own your farm or'your home now Is Farm For Sale 180 acres, 1 's the time to huy. miles cast of Hartford, divided by I,. i",0 acres good bot& N Kallroad. WE HAVE b.ovcral famiB limed In I .I tom laud, 100 acres cleared, (load Ohio county and they can he one-ha- lf If water supply. Will sell had for reasonable prices mid Excellent title and price. Is dCEired. liberal terrnH. If wo do not right. Location could hardly be beto havo tho particular farm you UcCALI. rATTCRNS ter. Apply to h. P. Foroman, HartAt, Jlmpllclty tnt tor atyle, wo will muku efforts to jjei k Celebrated nearly 40 reliability i!2tf yrire. buM in nrarly ford. Ky. n It for you. l every cityorami town in Die United btitea that P Caiuila, by mail direct, lloro mid any olhtr nuir. icnd lor lice ttalofut. f Fortist Notes. IP VOU want to movo to Hartford UcCALL'S MAGAZINE On about two million acres of More lubicribera than any cthn laihloa where our' children will havo tho rnaalne milllun a month. InvaluLle. 1.H Forest lands grazing sloclt h ndvuntuco of a good high school Cit atylca. lutlrrnr, dreoinakinp, millinery, jjliln itnlriK, (JOiy ricedltvroik.lul-ilrtiilnjprohibited or Is greatly re tilthor notify us. Wo havo houses nnd etiquette, pood ttoilet, etr. Only W ccnti a year (north double), including a lire pattern. stricted to provide range for elk. lots for salo and believe you can Subscribe today, or tend (or aaiaplc copy, It hi estimated that in 1915 about select ono from our list to your WONDERFUL INDUCEMENTS 40,000 forest fires occurred in th liking. toAcenta. Postal utlngt premium catalogue andncwcaihpilseoflcia. Adiiien United States, which burned over UcCUl CO. CI ! US W. )7tk SU NEW YOU about C.900,000 ncroH nnd caused WE HAVE a comfortuhlo homo In MI Hartford, modern improvements n damago of approximately $7,000,-00and a good garden in cultivation for salo or rent. Place place tlio cHtimnteH Hovlbed rents for M0 a month. amount of standing timber mcr-- , in tlio United ehantnblo timber States at approximately 12,767 billion Call on or address board feet. Of this uniount 1,4 04 billion board feet, or r3 per ceut of Quccrcd when cvcrytlikg else foils. tho total, Is In California, Washing- T1NSLEY & BARNETT in ncrvoutt prostration and ueakrteseA thexr nin iha minrrmn ton, .Idaho nnd Montana. A remedy, as thousands have tcutined. I During tlio past Uecal year there, Ileal rMnto Agents, 3 kmiui,i.iVKriAnii wero constructed n tho National ' Kentucky. J STOWACK f Forests 227 miles, of now road," ,,. ,1 K u tun scm nicaivir.e ever aciu j Ileimbllcau Ofllce. 07f miles ,of trails, '2,124 .miles of A B over a driiffibt'a c6unter. telephono line, u'l miles oMlro lines,' .IJoth , Phone. J. , t There Is more Catarrh In this cilon of the country than all other discuses put tOBCther, and until tho last few yiarn was supposed to bo Incurable. For a Krcat many years doctors pronounced It u local disease nnd prescribed local remedies, and by constantly fnlllnu to cure with loeal treatment, pronounced it Incurable. Science has proven Catarrli to be a constitutional dlscate. and thorefore Hull's constitutional treatment. .1. Catarrh Curt--, manufactured l by V only Ohio, the Clieney & Co., Toledo, It N Constitutional euro on the market talten Internally. It acta directly on tho blood and mucous surfaces of the system. They olTer ono hundred dollars for any ease It falls to cure. Send for circulars and testimonials. Address: F. J. CI1CKCT 4- CO.. Tolidu. o; by OruKKlata. 75c. Tuku Hall's Family I'llli far constipation. Real Estate i e tnmnflfi nrt'- - & hrf Mi ni d dotrrlnllfln'mnt Mir niilrilr imtrlpi .l.nbl npitiloii Iruo "Iiciiht un nit imilmi Ii iviiiiiticii) Ul.iti:VJ.,.!:lAf ,""KI,"I' " I'AKIlCOn'i biil'a'cula tlmis l ncttr Ircft. nl'tf.l iiuenc f fur'iiiri i pairn.. lent tiiriiiii'li .Muini X Co. rwvlTF 1 Copvr.iciiT3 Trade Marks Desicns fSwJv, r, &.C. l mm w - in ur .r3Ly..r2 nr.or roMr Hush. Kitsizsa sg&deZTXi '. l'noi.n loitrii , rtxrfut lioll.-f- williuut itir.rss. 111 tho l.veo Scientific Icur Jl-uerlc- a T A lmnit'omolr lllnttmtl wfrtlr. uny mi 'iimn Jouruul. ciiLitlwi iI mutli. U BolJtyull ncin 'J nr.'C't fir. money an I -- i C HriiK.n'.nt Prictlca ' eouriTm" i It all ..'i"i tu.i-itlntfaMi. '. ti u! iou 1. I wi nlfl. t !, f 1 1. , u.. I Ecluf!t', rma.tti T10 IVltl C ft, w trl'rd rtM fitrnl C3, u. Huir.iiL,iur. b. wmwwi RKJBU' jc iy"rrvTa?ir(a,ai ia' BSIjB 1 Mwa tie-ulr- vr .r ;. JLltl Atlinka1alKala1a1a1aBa4ia1a1a1atataBHVtHHKB7' M POP 300 o..k ARTICLES-3, 00 ITO 0. ArtAOi,7.TrVTr CHMCS ESeetrEc ILLUSTRATIONS .1 His iwvminiiii .1.. I1KHU3 lTPRnB d t. l.fywMhl Merlmnlcsetrand,.(Inventiirtj. J"oi ;iiislnceri:i. lliriitii.tiiiiti iliuunxl.1 Bitters tounc!awnldi:flYounir-1cn&mlWvnKa1iU1H1ii tftvoiite J 11..I. Written So You Can Understand It uTIuI'K.?'M,c. nruilloui for layman to do lor Uiicn net t. V'vn i aoJ liituiLlun und it u froctleal Jllnu and lilnni anmnd ll.u lluii. bt3, Work lot Or l.l ''w! ' "' r iH 'vi,i. Hartford, run WMCLC COPIES. 13c 2.15. "H VEA, MMl t U T ?" "i'iI POPULAR MECHANICS MAaiNc HHaWMCHflBMnkHkHMHtam ' U ,i'J JloUiujli-,lliii- H.undttiorUnwiill UllitlUl - -- ' r- - - - f SHERIFF'S SALES Wagons! Wagons! Wagons! you buy you should exumino our hand t mud farm wagoiiH. Thoy run lighter, are made of J the very best material and last far longer than any t i machine made wagon you can buy no matter what price you pay. iniJ 'Wo alfio do all kinds of IJlauksmithin Or ""- - Ito- 1 pairing, CApcuially tho hard jobs tho oilier follow HePoro Miller, Mrs. J. M fiOu, Woolen, R. I,.', 52 n . Precinct No. 'MX lliifortl. ,,,,, -- ,,, C.Oo iv '1.00 i can't do Wo also ' 2 inako a specially of Korrfehoeiiig and earnestly solicit your patronage in this line. Uuspccl fully yours, j A.B . Row 6c Son Ceittertown, Ky. Thirty-liv. Mrs. K. A., 25 n. 3.12 J. H 50 a 6.10 Westcrlielcl, W. A 15.00 Preclnrt No. i! lliirtlett. dossctt, 11. W., by H. L. Gos- fiett, Admr., 50 a $ 5.25 Notlco Is herofcy given that I, or 6.50 ono of my deputies, will on Monday, Hoover, K. .1., 150 a. Precinct No. 2." Hcllin. Fohruary 5, 1017, butweon tho hours $12.13 of 10 o'olock n. in., and 2 o'clock p. Hatfield, Carl, 82 a 3.81 in., at tho Court Houro door In Hnrt-for- Kirk, J. K., C a Prorlnct No. !!(l Ceralvo. Ohio county, Kentucky, cxpoie 5 6.87 to public sale for cash In hand, tho Illshop, K. K., 33 n 3.8 I following dcscrlhed property, or so Everly, Mrs. 7.. M., 35n much thereof as may bis necessary to PiTelnet Xii. 27 Point Plea.mil. 0.5T pay State, county, school dog nntl Klrtley, K. S 10 a Product No. 2H Nnroivi. .Statu road tax due thereon and 8 28 nnd tho Interest, penalty and Sanders, Albert; 50 a. Precinct No. 211 Ralph. costs thereon: $ 7.90 Evans, Delmer, 50 a. Precinct No. 1 -- K. Hartford. ' 4.7". 112.13 Norrls, Cap., a. llrown, M. V., 150 a I 15.47 5.80 Stevens; J. H., 13 i'i n. Ilownrd, C. L., GO a Pieclnct No. :S- I- Herbert. Leo, B. M., 20 a J.57 $ 4.75 0.15 Hosklus, W. II., A5 a. Leo, H. P., 15 a Precinct No. i!2 Ai'iiolil.. Preclnrt No. 2 W. Hartford. For Htatcs Coualy, School, ! Mat lload Thv for 101U. ail iltuton, .Mitchell, ...$ Saved GiiTs Life ccived from the use of Tlicdford's writes Mrs. (Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky. "It cerlainly has no equal for la grippe, bad colds, liver and stomach troubles. I firmly, believe saved my little girl's life. When she had the measles, they went in on her, but one good dose of Tlicdford's made them break out, and she has had no more trouble. I shall never be without Black-Draught," "I want to tell you what wonderful benefit I have re- - Jj W : Black-Draug- ht J J Black-Draug- ht 2 H ttn-pnl- d, ...:. VmK Lack-draugH- 1 ... W - gff in my home." T ft $ ht lS e years experience in the shop. iiKiti: is a ;ooi) placi: to stop roit mtti.i: moni:v Louisville Hotel,. Louisville, Ky., Main St., bet. 6th & 7th The Only Hotel Aiiii'i-lia- III OiM'iatcd on the t unit KiimiK-aAMHHK'A.V PLAX (Willi Meals) Humus without Hulli lint wllli llnl single, Jli.00 pur ',;, Itooms single, 2.fi0 per Co Itooms 3.00 pur f.o Front Uiiiiiuh.hIiikU'. ItnoniM with Private Haiti: single. ."..00 per r.D Uooms " sIukIc, 3.50 per 50 Uooms - I'luti. ami Cold Kutinlug Water. day; 2 people, $2.00 each day: 2 people. 2.25 each day; 2 people, 2.00 each day; day; 2 2 people. people. 2.75 each 3.00 each town Hash, Mrs. Mntlio J., 7.1S lot Davis, Mrs. J. E 20 a , 3.8S 4.01 Ford, K. M., 55 a 4.97 King, Daniel, 1 town'lot Moseloy, J. W., 1 a. land and 1 town lot 17.70 O'llannon, B. D 15 n. . .s. . . . 4.75 Walker, II. D., 1 town lot . . . 13.70 1.97 elser, N. A., I town lot Preclnrt 'No. :i Itcil.i. 19.95 Hoover, It. C, 1C5 a. 6.08 Mapcl, T. H., 1 'i a. 5.30 1'arla, Mr:i. 11. ., I town lot I'rrcliivl No. I Sulphur SpriiiK-i- . $ 9.00 Ahliliy, H. M.. 50 a 15.77 llrown, I. M., S5 a 5.70 n.ifTron, I). C, 1 town lot Hurt, Mrn. Martha, 1 town lot 2.35 Precinct No. ." Mupin. N'olKliliorw. Mrs. Ilolle, 73 a.. . 13.73 Taylor. U. K.. II a 4.75 I'rei'iiirl No. tl Cromwell. J 4.10 Davis, V. 1).. 10 a'. 9.00 Knibry, I'ostal, 37 '. a l'liinnner, Mis. N W 90 u. .. 13.05 1 .... 1 .... KIKOPKAX PLAN (Without Meals) Kooiiis hUIkiiii llntli but ultli single. tl.OO 7.ri Rooms single. 1.25 50 Uooms CO Front Rooms. single, l.0 ltoom mIHi Prlmte llatli: single, 1.50 50 KoomB single, 2.00 50 Rooms THE OLD INN, I'rvchirt Fulton. I).. No. 3 7 Cool SprhiK-s- . Hot and Cold UiintiiiiR Water. per day; 2 people, $0.75 euch per day; 2 people, 1.00 each per day; 2 people. 1.25 each per day; per day; 2 2 people, people, 1.25 each 1.50 each "louisville, Ky., Cof. Sixth and Main Sts. 1)51. Kunipeaii I'i.iii Only. 0 and up; ltotmis Willi I'rHute llulli, $l--- 0 HiKiilis Without Haiti. Hr- -t KutliiK Place In Town. mid ii The Louisville llotet and the Old Inn are located in tho wholcsalu walk to the retail district anil theater. district and only a l.OCISVII.Li: HOTKHANIi Olil) 1NX COM PA XV, Piop.. I " vanaerpiii i raining bcuooi 101 m boys g ELKTON, KY. Will, help parents develop tlie,ir sons into ,lho bfbt tvpc of fiti.LMiri nnd Christiii-"ontliMiicn. Us pationtipo fs widely scattered and coined from the hett homes in ,is limited, therexthe South. 1th eapiu-itfore, reservations should he made early, l'laco your miii in this select gioup'of hoys. Write y a f 0.50 rreclnct Xo. H N. ltnrkMirt. 5.70 Allen, E. n., 0 a S.50 IJecslcy, W. T., 1 town lot... llratcher, Green, 1 town lot. . 5.55 17.52 Chlldera & llor, 153 a Heck, Mra. Nannie I'., 1 town 4.55 lot l.aton, Mrs. J. H 3 town IS. 70 lots 7.33 Smith, John J.. 1 town lot... I'lTrlJirl .No. I) S. Itockport. Drown, Mrn. Kmery, 133 n. . .? S.0C 5.10 llrckcr. John, la 1 town lot . . 9.35 Her. Mrs. It. Mmldox. Mm. Cinderilla, 3U a. fi..".2 No. 10 Select. 1 1.30 r.utlor, A. 1'.. 75 a 4.75 Hates, J. A.. 12 a MiUlEi'y. Mrs. Wella, 35 a. .. 3.10 5.10 Motrin, Kstil. 24 a Morrih, J. W.. A'llmr. Sarah 2.43' Pearson. 1 town lot 7.30 Smith, Charlie, 00 a Horse llraiieli. l'rccliirt No. Arnold, H. J.. 137 A ?1 1.30 12.07 Hunleii. Kohert'. 45 a.' Daniel, Mrn. Nancy I).. 50 a. 5.25 t.17 Molis, Joe II., .15 it; 9.09- .. tftnlth. U I)., 70 a ': . 14.27 H., 107 n Wllsou.,.1. I'rcelnct No. I 'J Itoslne. I. I'lt-t'iiii- 't 1 1 ...... ..:.. , ! MSTHE1MEV & BATTS J A iljllllllllIIEIIlSlllllllllllllll No Combination l,,or c:ital,ogno and information. lox A. 10 Vi a." 7.21 5.S5 Chirkf, Jerry, 125 a. 2.43. Dolilts, Mrx. Sophia; 10 a. ... 4.33' Hall Albert, 5 u Keddlsh, Mrs. Hannah, 56 a.. . 4.20 S. O. KBOWN. 5.S7 SorrelK. S. D.. 3 a Sheriff of OI1I0 Co.unty, 8.S5 A. Jr.. 72 a Stewart. J. i 5. SO Wright. Albert. 25 u For SjiIc. WHhoii, Atihel's heirs, by KriiHl Two acres of land, eontninhiK 9.47 good '(luellliiK, Wilhou, 30 a. and 50 a. ham and out bulld-ini;- s, I'wrliifl No. 1 1 AV. Heaver Dam. nlho fine well of water, located $ C.16 Anient. Kabe, 1 town lot Terms ouiy. in town of Hartford. Stlilwell, J. Logan, 1 town lot 12.03 Apnly to Harnett & Tlnsley. Williams. K. V., 1, town lot. 11.45 l'm-liir- t Xii. 15 SIrlltfiiry. Carpal, Clinrlon, for P. T. Cool, G. Harf, C ..'.... ....... Hratcher, Illane, 1 a. ? !"' Jfc Htivall, J. W., 7 a... t.39 Black-Draug- ht. Hill. Hill, 25 a Kcown. Mrs. S. K., 12.1 li. .. B.SS Smith, Richard, in 3.95 m Precinct No. J! I Simmon. Ilohdy, John, 1 town lot $ 0.3S 1JWI m Wright, W. P.., 10 a 9.33 No. ::. Aildilioniil. Cooper, Kil., 1 town lot . . . ?13.15' FokIc, Clyde, 2 town lots . . 7.30 FtiKlc, S. O., 2 town lots : . . IS. 23 ' PP&73MttE2pTfw V'mtfl Stewart, V. A.. 35 a 7.92 S.fi I Thomna, J. C, 00 a No. ttti Xoii.Itexlileiit. $ K.07 Austin, Ed., 25 a 9.50 Ilutler, D. C. 2.30 llrown, Mrs. Salic J 0.C5 JJdfie, Lawrence, 99 u a I 'Mate. .1 1 6 5.25 Hoover, C. O., 37 n ym ahia;w-jfi u. 1 mti .. h iarm.R v vj.imw huiv r . xr .. 3.S4 HarrlHon, Mrn. Naomi, 5!ln. ' WIT it hkt jsTfz "ill-wjt j; 2.05 j Hunt. U. .M 37 '. a u.: x?..."r tw .jmmjL. : t-mi i l a .LJjfi?m. 2 WiX tzs-?HardHlck, Mrs. W. G., 1 town 18.70 lot -- L imMTKS with the n Jamison, I'harls. 35 a. anil vvM.fi t . mlKIJWr'', full of life and actios, filled followed p fire of fine, inspiration and U $ VV."v ., 2S acres 5.25 j w i. by 250 short stories of adventure, I 0 (B Klrby, Mrs. Ilcll, 1.70 wilt make Miller. Mrs. Fannie, 10 a. . . 3.10 i 4.45 Payne. Ernest, SO a 1.50 ' Payne, Frank, IS a 5.05 Rowo, O. K.. 1 town lot 3.10 St. Clair, C. 1. tl q iri 1.S5 Skillman. Mr:;. Katie, 30 a... Then the Family Page, a rare Editorial Page, Boys' Page, , Sharp, Hud, 50 a 3.10 Girls' Page, Doctor's Advice, and "a ton of fun," Articles of 4.55 i St. Clair, C. F., 51 a Travel, Science, Education. From the best minds to the best St. Clair, Satl.i, 36 a 2.7S minds, the best the world can produce for you and everyone 6.55 Simmons, Henry, 90 a. . in the Home. 1 tiere is no age 2.40 j Whittler, Mrs. May, limit to enthusiasm for The Wedding, C. S., SO a Three Current Issues Free 10.90, Youth's Companion. , Xo. ,17 Colorcd. U you do not know THE COMPANION let tu send you Three Current luues ? 1.75 Dratie, hula, ono town jot FREE. Inclose this Coupon fehh your 52 TJmes a Year Uerry. Wesley. I town lot .s. . 4.S0J request. mmm not 12. Duncan. Wasiilngtou, 1 town t Thase vrho subscribe now. sending 52 for tho 52 issues of THE COMPANION lot .. .. 4.70, More good reading than you wilt for 1915, will receive The Companion get in any of the monthly a 3.95 Ford. Gun, It., Home Calendar FREE. magazines. 3 11. IS Hooker. Vig, 1 a w SUBSCRIPTIONS KECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE 3:42, Utiles, Ann, I town Jot Hawkins. Ida.. 2 town lots. .. 4.70 THK IIAKITORI) KKl'UISLTCAX AXD YOUTH'S COMl'AXIOX, BOTH 5.10 OXE VKAK FOU OXLV $2.7."i. Hines, Guy, 1 J a.. . , 3.55 Jaekson, Clara, 20 a .': 5.10 Kclley, A. J.. 3 a 3.4 5 N'all, Kdwuril, 1 a ... 0.S5 Parks. Crlt. 1 , a. . ' Philips. James, by Mill Phlpiis. 1 5.1 9 town lot . , 6.15 Parks., William. 2& a 9.35 t .Sum 111 ey, Mrs. Mary, 59 a. . . Ticlienor. Kd.. by tiny Hlnes, The Republican and Louisville Herald. 1 acre 5.10 Globe-Democr- at 1.76 S.fi2 The Reptmijcan and St. Louis Tiuior. C. T., IS a 0.50 Walker, Anthony, 2 a. 1.50- Thk Republican and Hume and Farm.....'. I.Moil My County Clerk. Wells, B. I... 1 town lot, Owensborolnquirer J .75 Thk Republican and Twice-a-Wee- k 2.1S 1914, 1915 nnd 1910 A 7 For constipation, indigestion, headache, dizziness, malaria, chills and fever, biliousness, and all similar m ailments, Tlicdford's has proved itself a safe, reliable, gentle and valuable remedy. If you suffer from any of these complaints, try It is a medicine of known merit Seventy-fiv- e years of splendid success proves its value. Good for r2 young and old. For sale everywhere. Price 25. cents. Black-Draug-- ft ' "M3e. tm e--'- , 9?lsl sr.i r?j m r ?; '. VvszmtyfflamKfi -- i 2" ; 'fficYOUTffS COMPANION Better Than Ever 1915 ' ....... 2i a.. ' .... ' 1 .,,- v ;.... OUR CLUBBING RATES .:.... , ...'... .... 1 .. town lot , Mrs. Jane A... 40 a.. . llllibs. K. i: I town lot Hutchison, Mm. Annie, 1 town 1 I'Mslu-r- .... 5.70 5.33 7.05 2.20 U.75 CLIMBED STAIRS 3.60 The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald 3.50 Th: itEPUBHUAN ana JJaiiy wwensooro inquirer O'boro Merfsonger 1.75 The Republican and 1.7S The ltEPUiu.icAX and Kentucky Farmer The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. 1.30 The Republican "and Cincinnati Weekly Kmjuirer. ... 1.50 The Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.50 Twice-a-Week Address all- - orders to lot ON HER HANDS THE REPUBLICAN. l.oyd, Ruth, MODowell, 1 town lot of Reading Like It and All For ? O aO Jr msmm A 11 The Youth's Companion X fnIMA v, m KOCT AnRnirru' 153UC3 01 X riviDAMlftMA. lITAil . Tin. f.ni'rtir fairJH' wrrMvrif Ann'rlci. I'Jtiu'at ri,ii..bui'jifitiii in IHl.aiul i) S'lort Vtcrie.t. a tlwiuairJ Articles 111)11 e: issuer ' "VI it AUUttl i ni'wiw uMiij- - McCalf s Magazine x 1 town lot 7.33 Too 111 Walk Upright. Operation to 5.S0 McDowell. Malon, 1 a Saved by Lydia E. Mrn. Gertie. 1 town lot 2.20 Advised. Owen, Sltnpsont Mrx. J. I)., by H. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. ... 3.95 Slowurt, 1 town lot Tlelu'iior, S, J., I lown lot and ; town lotH 05.93 Tills womun now raises chickens and D.70 does manual labor. Head her story: town lot Wrlfihl, T. S., "For two years I Richmond. Wntle. I.. 15., 1 town lot . . : . 3.95 wan so sick IriJ. weak witu troubles and i Voham, Mt'H. Hob, 75 li. and tropi my ant-- ttmt 1 town lot 12 when point; "P ! liad to o stains I'leeluet No. 1(1 (Vntei town, very slowly with 7 OS & renin", 1 town lot. .. Allen my hstlKL on tlu Hcllin, Cleve, I town lot step, then nit down at the top to rest. rrei'luct 7 Siimllhoiis. The doctor said lie llrown, J. W., 05 a. ...-...,- $ thought 1 should lotou, II. ),.. 0 a. , .. . . . .., 5.45 wfife ail jtnvn an operation, . 1 Arthur, .... NEW NOT THE SEWING MA OF QUALITY. USE LSV-VER-L- AX "NE For Lazy Liver and the Troubles oi Constipation. Feci right nil tho time. Don't lay oit from work for days by taking calomel Uscs yof when lileasant iiu- - Ver-U- x on your feet, wliiloielievinjiyour troubeasy to take. Don t le. Safer Uo, und ttiko nnyljiing else. You .ca.i'.t. afford sy it. Eliminates pblsdiu, turn nr.d relieve consljpatiuii, i A nat- ..-.- 1 .... mM lPwi i 1 SOLD . UNDER ' ANY OTHER NAME. HOME i J! f i 1 NI5' Press rtiwmafjf U wu, ISSUES . AMD A ur.U5 fAlTEIlK KIlfKUiu W, '(". '25 11 und my Ths iva-jjrbl ruiIhiiiih ... iv,r-e- n; tb, jieniiui wuuieii. ,"HI ,1S tnontlilv IflAIIS f'eeu cut Xisc aucmna T. $ 3 37 Kviiiih, Mel,,l. town lot Prorlnct Xo. Ill W. Kordsvllle. 30 n. land Whltlor, ChiiB. I Precinct.1. X. :k--M-:. 'oulsvllle i ntl',Aii:...-l- fiZl ta! H Juura snd ISc 9C p cmjr md l'tUm for . . . .V 1A y.iu mid 1 town lot Xo, UO Prvrlnrt $10.10 Aelnavllle. fat3.10Emir MM. f.U.MiMurttTtW gww . I V- 7IIK rtleCAIi'.'i :wCaniKwwr$mvto?ii&!!&&&tt " c. any , cJioi: M AC.AZ1NE J wetv trtvuh Ut V yi 1 aiw L"n THU VOUTI 1 3 COW'ANIQN. Su ac. ur-- 1"-- nmxfwnvMt S.2S Honrranu, Jamea, 50 n. 24.18 i:vnnn J. H 150 n G.10 Pryor, W. 1)., Mi a. n 0.S7 Skinnor, W. C l'rwiiict Xo. Ul Shrei'. ,S 5.10 llrown, G. H., 19 a. Irocln'-- t Xo. 21! Olatiiii. ' ., 25 a. ..'.'... i.f 7li2 IVantel, ,1. ,,.... 2t ..'.., ' ' them for the benefit of other oorlutrttcJUtosaolKftJcayoupuroliaac. woimn."-M- ni. M. 0. Johnston, Routo I ewg5, Hfett. He tUfl Ito S32i5 tocfe'M iMchnicr.4 led. P, Vtli I gained in strenpth. moved into our uew liomo. did all Kinds.,0. jnrden work, Blioveled dirt, tliil building und cement work, und rubed hun..ca" dreds of chlclccn end ducks. not say enough in uraiio of Lydia b. Compound ami Pinkham's Vegetablo if theso facts aro .uaeful you may pub-lis- i i... r ..,!! 1? IitnVVinm'H L'oinjHiund as she hud taken it with good results. 1 did bo, my weakness Vi'iri-tiihli- thought I would not live to move Into oumewhoufee. My diiughtcv .tBked m ) friend a WAIVRANTED FOR ALL TIME. llOMK you will luivo a llfo .v t nt tliu jirlco on jrty, nuit will isiidPi. Hiittiaveanniilli'Mclialuof , If you (I ll I Quality Considered C1 ,initcirectand certain with perfect safety. ,11111 i. ..i no.. itli the ChcapcsJ 5a the end , J nsiiiiriiMn it.suctionil. BUIM in reaultv. II 'won't bo long lietmro . tic- - k wx wi. completely displaco calomel in evert home. Children can take itirooiy anj .I w..,wwK- - Kve.rylottlo.-ru- a f lf-j-i- w " tabuv. CW, iii luittlM. Nare cenuino witliout tho liUeneM aad w jo turc of L. K. Grutdby. For elo b J. H. WILLUMS - Mvtfcrd. K? si. lt wiwitftbuwiacuucliias.VfritJ in it Of tfrlW Jir imtm In itk et ?i'A lick a too VUlsV id. DISTRESS W. a2 poles to a stone, C. M. Smith's corner on said road; thrum with hit comet happens to ono sun. 'If a lino 8. R.tH W. 1 1 poles to n stnko; y IN AUSTRIA TERRIBLE Jhenco S. (50 W. 42 polen to a close to a major planet am its Jour-t.estone, his corner: thntico with hit) toward tho sun, It may bo "cip-turedSWEEP HEAVENS W. 2T polm lo' u stake-,-, lino X. 1 and from then on have its his corner: thence S. fill Hi W. to u permanently changed to orbit CONDITIONS DKI'I.OKAIII.K ANI point Intersecting the Hue of J. T. tho planet. Jupiter la known Smith, Jr.: thence S. .11 '4 with linn TDK ClIIIiDUKNAHK PINING ot J. T. Smith, Jr., to the beTlCUIlOlt TO Till'. HlirKllSTITIOUS to have quite n largo family of capAWAY, IT IS DKCIiAHKD. ginning, excepting out of the nbore WIM, l Alili I'lMlUAUIMTY , tured comets. boundary four lotH sold off the 1114 8I4I4N NI4XT SPKINO. Tho comet with the shortest known north end of said tract on (ho liar period Is Eucke's. This comet nevIxindon. Jan. IS. The Arbelter retts Ferry road. Containing about er gets farther from tho sun than Zcltung, of Vienna, publishes n letter : I ncres, nnd being same convey by e.l to decedent by W. II. Smith The Kind You Hnve Always Bought, and which baa been of Jupiter. Hnlley'j 400,000,000 MILES AWAY insido tho orbitcreated the sensation to tho Hurgomaster from the wlws deed of record lu tho Ohio County in, use for ova: over 30 years, lias borne the slgnnturB of comet, which of city tramway employes, who hnvo Clerk's olllce In deed book :tf, page aid hna been made' under his per- rf of 1910, has the longest period o boon called to the colors,nppeallug :1S7. jC&j&''sPss u,,n'11 8UPervlsion "ce ItB infancy. as porlodie.. for full pay. The letter as quoted Xo. 2 -- Heglnnlng at a stake Tract '&T Planned Ity all tho comets classed 'ifcctryy, 1'j.lli Xut Yet- Acriii-.itol- y Allow, no one to deceive you in this. ou Haretts Ferry road, corner to comet In an Amsterdam All tlm great, conspicuous dispatch to the above tract; thence S. r.". 4 W. the 14 A.lrononiei-- t Working On tem"' are but All Counterfeits, Imitations and " nonporlodlc class that Times sjyu: aro of tho poles to a slnko; (hence S, (SO W. plet lroliloin. Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Is, they are mil certainly known to poles to a stone, corner In the "We are In a deplorable condition, 42 InfaiKs and Children Experience against Experiment. return to tho sun regularly. our distress is frightful nnd our above tract; thence X 1 4 W. 21 polos to n slnko another corner; Tho comets are the largest in size children are pining away." I'nless .lonie-thiii- and New York, Jan. 1 4 thence 57 E. 44 poles to a stake; the smallest In mass, per unit In thciico X. ::3 W. Tho letter cites tho increase Cistoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, EareRoric, unexpected occurs llio world fij poles lo a stake of slzo, of all known heavenly bod- salary granted to employes who hnvo on I luffs Urnnchr thonco with said Hcops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant Itr contain next spring a groat licav-nl- y ies. will witness not boon called to the clors who branch as It meanders to the Jarneither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic nubstnnce.. Its phniioinrnon iv mlRlity cinct re Its Ferry road; thence with th'n Almost every comet consists of a ago Is its guarantee. yor raors than thirty years it has. night after night with bright nucleus, a coma, or "hair" sur- havo not been called to tho colors Harretts Ferry road to the begin- WazlnK forth been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency,. and says that these men, in spite of nine, rnntnlnliic about four acies. arc rounding it tall hweoplng an tinmeiMM the nucleus, and a long this increaso are starving. It con- and being tho same land upon which "vVUd Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Fcveriahness arising: liiMVinm, a source of terror thru the tall. C. M. Smith lived at the time of his therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach nnd Eowcis, aids, tinues: to tho superstitious ami of an Intense Tho mil always points away from the assimilation of Food; giving healthy nnd natural 6lcep. "How then with us poor creatures death nnd known as the homo place, all. intenwt lo and same conveyed to him lu tho dithe sun. The comet conuvs up to the pay? Our wretchedThe Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. Wo may see again, as we did whoa sun, goes around it with tho tail mak- with onr half vision of tlio estate of John T. I ness is great. Ou our knees we en- Smith. Sr., ami which deed of par-- 1 alley's comet returned In 1910. ing n great sweep and Anally "backs" your excellency to have com- tltlon Is of recbrd in deed book 31,1 Chinese mobs trying to frighten away away, facing the sun with its tall be- treat I Do page 20::, Ohio County Clerk's of-- 1 passion and grant us full pay. the uncanny visitor with flaming hind It. our lice. not abandon us. Tako pity on ) Bears the Signature torches and savage races falling on of Tho purchaser will bo required to I children " Hound 15' Gravitation. execute hood with approved security their knees In gibbering prayer to Tho nucleus, altho It appears someimmediately after sale. the supposed deity. K.irm For Sale. day of January, 1910. This, tin; We may even have absurd scares times as bright as a first magnitude OTTO C. MAHTIX, I desire to sell my fnrm of 7." people, star, is believed to be no more than among usually well balanced -Master Commissioner. acres, located ou the Hartford and 29tS who believe the surface of our Moth- a swarm of meteoric particles. These M. l. ileavrln. Attorney. McIIenry public road, 2 miles from er Karth with dvastatlng effect. The are evidently hound together by a Mcllenry, ono mile from Hartford THE LADIES ilOMB .ICntXAl., ii'iiuoufi nature of all comets ren- looso bond of gravitation. The coma, or hairy gaseous en- 'and Oentortown l'lke. Throe good THE SATURDAY EVEXINO POST minor danger, ders them a sourro of wells of water, plenty of fruit for and THE COUXTKY OENTI.EMAX :t astronomers agree, and we have velope of the nucleus, is often of vast mass of crcat size, even as heavenly dlmen-s'on- s family use, fairly good buildings, 20 wish to secure the spare time of a Kind You little to fear from the acres, in woodlaud, balance cleared man go. or woman to net as local repre- nebulous material, even tho envelopTMH flKNTAUR COMANV, MW VONK CITV, The head of Donatl's comet was of which 20. acres is bottom land. sontntivo In Hartford nnd vicinity. ed in it. Change in looking 250.000 miles in diameter, while tho Will sell at a bargain. after tho renewals of their Korond ThU Year. head of the comet of IS 11 measured occupation only reason for selling many sulmcrlplions in this section, "Cornel It, 1316," is the name of HEX L. DAVIS. more than a million miles thru at 'and introducing these publications t!n stranger. It is so called because It.-Heaver Dam, It. 2. greatest magnitude. As tho com- 24tf to new readers. Payment will lie it was the second comet discovered . et approaches close, to tho suu the made in salary and commission. Preyear, l'rof. Wolf, of this No tiro. A dm In Intra tor vious experience is desirable but not stnhl, detected the rushing body's head seems to diminish in size. Tho tall develops as tho comet All persons having claims against essential. For details address, with on a photographic plato faint picture aproaches tho suu and head conts-nct- the estate ot It. I. Taylor, deceased, references. Ilox f.f.4. THE CUUTIS last April and proceeded to telegraph had are hereby notified to present same PUHMSHlXd COMPANY. IndependTho great comot of all over th the news to observatories a tail more than 200,000,000 miles to me. properly proven, on or before ence Square, Philadelphia No Money 17t2 Twirld with great joy. in AdvmicA the mw comet in length and the comet of .1SS2 had February 1st, 1917. or they will bo Tho statement that Sfltinfnr-ttu- n a head 200,000 miles in diameter and forever barred. MASTED COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Gniir- will Iju a monster rests principally long, or a tail 100.000.000 I.. STEVENS. miles SILAS on the Tact tlut It was discovered Ohio Circuit Court Administrator. whon fullr 100.000.000 miles from farther than the distance from earth J. P Austin. Plaintiff. " vs. just within the orbit of th- - I to sun. the earth, icon .. t ' Dnslne-.-- . Scholar-hi- p. v. H. Wright. Defendant. Drcu Near To Sun. I. t K ;reat planet... Jupiter. . Hy vlrtun of a judgnuul and or ... . i i.. i.. ..i.. t 1'eritin A We have for sale, a scholarship. two comets as well as the These tiler of sale. of . the Ohio Circuit Court., n of term.1 and brilliancy as they approach the great comet of 1S80 pursued nearly good for a complete course in either M1 to or 1910, In the above cause for the and Accounting such proves to be the case identical paths. All three were not- RooWvcoping It Jim Krom Kirn. ihh-- time. "Comet 15. 1916," should) ed for their close approacli to th Stenographers Course In tho Owens-bor- o sum of $75.00, with Interest at the'' A. STARCH lory Dirrct Uusiniws & Industrial College. rate of 0 per cent per annum from sun. ui.'ie u great Iniprission. 9th dny of February. 1910. until' to go out and look for The comet of 1S13 actually pass- For particulars apply at Republican the and all costs herein, I will offer It is -paid, 11 0 tf for sale by Public Auction at tho olfice. the comet tonight, as it is now on the ed thru the corona and within owkhiwei Court Housu door In Hartford, on miles of the sun's surface, anil other side or the sun. whose greater v will ship su a hrantlful Slunk rian I"r 50 Uv frrn irlnl. In your luminance conceals It. Karth. sun only its enormous velocity of sever- MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SAKE. Monday, the r.th day ofp. February, All v,r uxk In tliut yuu will liUr uton. Uiw txitnn. No c;ili imyment iu upon 1917, about one o'clock conJo- tlnys. If. at Hin tnt of tluil llmr. yon .Id not tlml It thu nml tcMt tills plunn and cornel have Just passed the al hundred mile per second saved it n credit of six months the lollowlng Ohio Circuit Court. linvn ivp hiKli.-H- l Vaj, that cnulo. niveai-!.- ! tunvil u;l iluexi ilum In junction, as tho state Is called when from actually falling into the suu. Myrtle Smith, Admrx.. Plaintiff, to khii) It li4cl;. ami vi. will. In Ut&t described property, sidii foi tliu iiiiiiivy. iui lire ut iKtrfi-y tin- ImiiIi waya. T li bturck i'liuio nrnl mnltu i;wl with JoUi, ' cvint, the thrco bodies are in line. Its enormous tall appeared to bo A tract of land lying and btdng In vs. Xotlce. or itKiro In nn sale Ohio county, Kentucky, on the waters Soon To lie VMble. whirled around the suu in about John O. Smith, et a!.. Defendants. E&sy Payimals Savt $150 JO r Mtrt Pursuant to a Judgment and order of Rreen River and bounded as folFrom now on until May, however. two hours and this fact proved conVm n.iy n. rail, ikrni, Uil .llrr '0 dtf Wr ilinct tu you tiurt e.ir lrtiry. t of tho Ohio Circuit Court lows: lr he of trUl. r.i fan Ihiu (vmiit un ili low. conditions will be. increasingly fa- - j clusively that the tail could not be of sale pili tlut mi- you umjrl ! Heglnnlng at a stone on tho Hock-po- rt term, rendered at the November (urulili raairt your piano. sui?li.l b a plan1) iul j (lilf.r piano Wo purjnlrr to yw cm iiunutriiirrr. rrmi .r tHm rr Jirapi.il lo In a few an actual appendage nut must do vorahle for observation. road; thenco Tbftie anil Cromwell in ti.. ni.nv., mus... for the i lli hvhwt ttun m'IiIi lit nl ol rrrnins Milt y.mr .tiutnii.nrr. ami il i vtnir .N.wh.n-- . Ywt month;- the comet should be visible series of emanations from the head ' purpose of paying all just claims south 475i E. Hi mils and S links to hi t trtiy u p()Ihi tor iir horn, wlttout 4 5'.!jIi(Ut Pffl fcsn. I .lunlitr Mjti cruls '! mnny. . . to the liaised eye in parts of the due either to the electric repulsions I against the estate of ('. M Smith, a stone; thense K. 34 ' W. 30 rods ami a distribution of the and 11 links to a stone; thenco X. oiarcx of the sun acting upon highly rarlfle.l earth suitably situated. W. 61 rods to a stone on tho . 47 ' . . PUytrFian remainder .uuumk iuuji- approach-ins- : material 2nd -- Hand Bargains in tlie head of the comet) thereto, and At present the 'comet Is payroad; thence with the road 31 rodii r.Tnr SUrrk Vtiv Slairk l'ljytr 'lan'.'i art lor the purpose ot V gurinlinl Ixt ii .war har run tjntl, mi 1.n-Iho Ivi) anil tmt ImiuiI the earth at a rate of more than or tho light pressure which over- ing the costs of the above, styled ac and 10 links to. the beginning. ConIiKhtl . i Uu bac Tint isiartBt" h I !jrjt nuniUrut piamM nt'iwit ful V!rr CI and being samii taining 10 acrt-sll a million miles a day- but not in a balances the gravity, in the case of tion and the cost of this sale, I will ti.rvl ot It our 31 win of and nAi win I. w maitl convoyed h Viola Iterrel and nil tliv.tAn t.Vm la v eiTirtfiMV, umUril rrr.). lljalnl with li nuny r(. offer for salo by public auction to land In the months of IX particles of extremely small mass. direct lino cliincr for now Stank lino tuliin f . nt.lmihU.Sn clun.vr Iraluirn of Ihcw Carter on tin: the highest and best bidder at tho others, to John T. 1892, recorded 9th l l'Iiyrr-rino- . Tbe fillmr. riinIMp ptanv Irtusr. iu.nUrful iiivtnim.nl. an4 its distance from the earth in Are (j.iscnus ComjiouiuN. January, court house door in Hartford. Ky.. dav of Ins r a few Btcplf hanr!n: M'll 1" Vj.i1 wllh III vvill docrenhc by nearly fifty million Ohio Coun50 Fraa Musio tf rv I .y prlr.-- it nhifh $110.00 Wcbcr Comets shine not only by reflect on i Monday, February f, ... 1917. that deed book 12. page 104. or sufficient .,... ... t tj ran to i ..r .,. w..... ty Court Clerk's olllco, l.ln ...... q mil its, titlrouomers calculate. Lessons 32.00 SUinway ,.,! omllH.i lint 1,v tn1mr..iil Itf-l-it nallieillK mo reguiur icr.ii sum of money i 'County Court, about the hour o thereof to produce the Piano Book. Fraa . 90,03 Chickcring It Is uow situated in the sky Just To rvry nirclwir of spectroscope shows will; w.w - n. m ., .nil ,,.. n'nlnnLnrn, tii.il tO III! IliaUl'. ioiLiv Ut oir n'w ....... lf HIV'r," Kimball Sirck I'Uims WT 05.00 north of tho constellation Libra and that they i..t composed chiefly of months, the following described ... ...- - iinlrri'llpurchaser wilt be required to In 'ini cf i'lu.triml plauo muic propThe are 195.00 l.x.k thloh tt'M yon a th Vnon n Starck about fifteen degrees northwest o approved security execute hond with oo us compounds of hydrogen and erty. lirKP amraiiit of Infon.u-t- l sab Chltaio. 7hM 1vii1 )on Srtlil fur our litrtt rintili:l the upper end of the Scorpion. Thus? carbon, tho when near the sun metalrosirilliii; pUiKi. Tklt nn tike la ymir own lioino, Tract No. - Beginning at a black Immediately after sale, Srranil hinil Lirffiiu lll. k will lnton-by null. ami Thl. rtpirwnt This 13th day of Jnnuury. 191.. constellations are near the sun, ap lic lines or sodium and oak. corner to 11. C. Smith: thenco plraur joii. Write today. frequent- N. 00 E. :tS yari im iimriction. lion ok OTTO C. MARTIX, poles to a stake on pearing In the early morning hours ly appear 1.11.1 Starck MldC CHICAGO A. STARCK PIANO CO. Master Commissioner, Harretts Ferry road; thenco with 29t:i jui-- t preceding sunrise. Clunn fc Slmmerman, Attorneys. So highly rnrlfled is tho material said road X. fi V-- E. 2S poles; X. .'10 w.-i 1 the comet still On January ot ' composing the heads and tails nioro than ::00,O00,OO0 miles away. comets that faint stars aro often obW--Wup- - j - perhtlioi) passage, or nearest litserved to shine thru them iindini-i- n proar.h to the gun. Is due next June ed oven when close to the nucleus. 4 bemi j The path Of the comet has not The fact that the earth has many accurately plotted, but dozens of asMniea been involved in the tails of tronomers aro working . on it with i cornels with no disastrous consequencomplex tables and extensive matho-- 1 ces in fact, without even knowing 'imtlcsl riilriilnilnns. It until later shows tho flimsy naKoine Aiv "Old i'llends." ture or theso appendages. Wliilo comets which make it name If tho earth should meet a comut for IhnuiKQlvoft aru tew, the telescope head on, however. It would doubtof records u largo number. Some experience a more or less se, paying us an- less them are old Lifetime ojc peri cure with hud of uorkmen. and o.iu vere meteoric shower, depending upother visit. These are called period- on tho slzo- of the meteoric stenos j;ivo any roferoiu'u dtsirtd. Call mo on Hartford 5 ic comets. They arrive more or lest comprising You tutu lie it siurefs. ami a big sucfess, if you have tho nucleus. mi schedule time. Their periods of Mill Co., pnotn or addro. me at Hartford, Ky. Hullrii n Disappointment. AiMJUTION, KKKKGY, NERVE Journey about the sun aro in roid-- j of oniiuueu reiuriiH oi iiunuuiu kim-hundreds of thousands 1'lte rond-tstim;ss is (,'iisy it you siru properly ' Donatl's great com- ut to the vicinity of tho aim tend to i years In lCthumtion is thw rhief rt(uisitu years to return iciluco tlioni Kreatly In Bizo and brilet of lf.58 taken 2,000 uR'pared. A Husinuss to th.t iiiie,hpol after Its Journey liancy nnd It is for tills reason tlint men of today almost with- - 1 i Tin for aro nhort lieriod conu-ta e.nnt elongated elllpn'. j tioni) of the We Knock the Spots Out of Things obJt-ctaa , have not decided us BtrikiiiK or conspicuous Astronomers out uxcuplion aro t)iu men who propmed yvuturdtty. to the ami j tho grout coini'tn.of Ioiik prrlods and whether all comets return i Wo prepare you for the position that are waiting :Jmue ot them appear lo Infri'iiuont rcturiiH. or not. Kven Ilulioy'H coini't, tho InrRcjt J tly olf into have parabolic orbits and for tho prepared man or woman, fceliool in session Hteri and must notrd of periodic comi'U, j space, never to sen the solur Hut these supposed punihol-- j was a iiocnicii (iibapiiniiiiniuiii u nfty'fivo typewrlterH. Lesagain. French Dry Cleaned and Tressed In a thoontiro year. I'upils may enter at any time and in sons explained by Moving Picic orbits may bo of such great sizo j "Bhnw" comut upon Itw return .Superior Manner. ! I receive proper clarification. ture machine, Seven bit: that the lew observations which can If 10. Send us your Garments and Hove blmwurh aro comiiost'd ol s, hit niudo uf lliem do not disclose their j Shorthand, Them Tho arcb of thoj tho di'lirlH of coiiiets) that linvn bo lllpticnl chnructer. Telegraphy, Stenotypy, CLEANED CLEAN .illlpso and hie parabola uro near-- 1 fuiiiK dlalnti'Krntrd, nnd comclH hnv.i Mils!', Primary Normal. bci'i) bfiiii to htiparati' Into two ur ly tho wiinft for short distances, rackafjes enllod for and delivered, Modern equlp-nin-nt ilut tticro are gnat numbers of iiioro branches. Tositlon hsuured, In kioujh Many ooimits'truvfl r mucin l.uowu to bo permanent mom THE ELITE PRESSING CLUB W'rlte for catiiloKue, . Tlio fjreat nloiiK thi' Hamo ciirvi. I hoy " burs jf tho tsojar system. rt. Iv NW1, aroj. ((rciiM)Vntol; ompimy Uio sun und Its planets In comets of 18411, 18S0 unit 1KS1 aro Baifiess Co. Bus, College I They WhiKi an Instance of buch u group. HARTVOlti), KKNTIOKV. its onward Journey thru bpaco. auio path and KY. i ho. orblt:j of tho planuts uro nearlv follow practically tho OWENSBORO, iucotporatetl .Ircular, all comets I5y nlono lu uiuy havo yen formed ono onor. i Hunwciuu for 'llio Uartfonl Itepob-'iw- n OWIWSnORO, KY, In th some ttta nous cociht-illpaw. USi per .Trjur souio pl.it' w' wtfcJUtes of ih. pust GREAT COMET TO about theso WOMEN SAY cold bodies, Instead of around tho larger planets and fly " W. 2JH: N. I K. 36 pnfcn; N. 0 fi Children Cry for Ffatciiar's itfiVI it m Just-ns-R0- od 4- -i K What is C ASTORIA 1 GENUINE CASTOR A ALWAYS C&zS&X &&&M: The In Use For Over 30 Years Have Always Bought J IS-1- Starck Pianos sutnl Jr Sit fl'llll Fnr( ..,,.,. s . 32,-00- on uu nivc cdcc ram uhiu rntt inuiL tr IHx-ri- your to-wi- t: .ry ru - n,,f: ji-i- r '. -- - tle u-i- -- 71 -- to-w- lt: I U-- t l..s. '' r. You Can You Be Whatever THOS. E. MOSS "PltiMtcrcr, tu Want To Be ccororor and Contractor. lrb-nds- - !t . -- ter j ' I Ladies' and Men's Garments l 11 lloolc-lfeepln- , i i I Hiit BtiB I Kx-po- rt IMS ruatly-drAvm-p- M H,wwMt4w8tmfftimi JL . - '. IMtJirAalffJlf u.a . .,