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WEDNESDAY, -IA.Y. a. Jtl.
THE HARTFORD HERALD
T Earljcrd Herald
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f jKeftafifc- Desecratiir eaadfeiiSMl
far Go?eraer- Geuzresaaaa J.
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Retsry Jt- Beswortav Attaraay-G-ja-l
;ral Jiaea Garaetf. State TrsM-l
orer Thoua Rita. Seas Cocrab- TK I lYiiaC C H It TITCI
&mr of Airfttrfan Te&m TO JJw-fi IWu LVAfJrltuI fitLL Vw- lULI
nraav Coagreaaaas Owsley Sciafey,
tareateii to lie prucsitlon; about
fiwUelt sfce SaiI 1-nant asscbv aad
Carfc tcefc t4j trouble- to exsUia
l Co ier tiat i Hod x Eire tract of
bait Ex 3ftfeo. wifc& wa soots to
5e f7IocJ asd would make tie
I, proprietors of it very witattay. He
ji di3ptt7ij HfratratJoa of tie pur
Tariff ' 5orte'1 kcat&Ht- Mrs. Haaa ffiTe
oca ir srcaey fa esebaaa-e for a.
sHfce of tab property. It developed
tiat Cirico o-thhI no txadd.
CBP P J w
CVvcrnty Cowrt Cleric
"We are aatiorbed ts asaauac
4. K. KEWnmr, rfa ta Tat fi la aaawcwafai aXO Fill ASMlt SO Tll3t tkt
Of JfarrrvJt Ky, aa a a.ndtdxvs far " w Ior " s-sa!, aart Mayor
f- TVfjtt iiM!ti,i!iM e- 1 r-i T- O- Ha-i of LwiitvMe.
AJw? tAii Meut tit- E3tnbtia-sra.
f REF17I W AT CALHOCX
sttli. nr b.10 co.VBrrwy
Cur Vfjrrrxtttt Kti-xHentbfs tz t of-'
C!e ot CoatCy Court Cferi: fee Ofilo
oyzntr. roftftet to t&f astlns. of t&
Os:TaI Prfstary, SatslTAiy, Aaaat,
"W are aec&orlatrl & aanonao
' llOffKKK WTLUAM5,
Of Hartferf, Ky aa a C3.sAtA.UA
for At ttsiei-raxtG soafoatfou for
Wry aayr- IJ DK5ratfc par-
tr fa lty yearr fcas trfed ftt tTffcH
to a. Stat oSIer CoTftrsor.
Tfi tr ver Ata?S(y-Oi3ta Wat
fHarfto asI AnIitor a W. ifaxar
wki, t&tt iBirfae bferi n-?. -we
r sK apt to tsi5C Prwrtiitaot
Necessaries Will Bear
TnRK.DRlRE PLEA OF TRCSTs'
the oS ot Ovaa.tr Court CXrS: tor STATES CHAMPIOX COKX
OiH ccnaty. sc&feS to ti utzlo-x
f Cs 0sral Prfasary. Satoriay.f
Xat 2. 13 L2.
Waaita?tG. Jaa. 1. Iatr
Bt7aa.. &f R424id. Warrea ejyca-
ty. Keatocky'j star ears yrawer.
aa fiKuf dta4 of aap&yzlatloc. fa I
Caaoint, Ky Jaa. 2. Crea
rf7er eiae to a. jttI tare Siaday,
tad fE ft talf fceS Iaat nfit. It
Has faOea siort of tiie IS3T ria
6ct ifcc fecits. TSe grsatMt daa
axe bC ilstory "of fclga watan fa
'6ir sctiea taa 6a oaL Hio-
rfrei of faaHW oar fia rea-
f I3y ClTife K, TaTnaaar. Coasresa- tferwS o:t3s, naay ttoai! la
nxaa--fect.) ta lo-wlaada aiTe 6na nrept a-ay
Wajafcoa, Jaa. 13. we -waat oy tae eurreat. 3fore taaa I8 pr-
f git a larze- aaouat of ntTeaae oa ' aoas are xnirtreif fa tae court
toiarf, so that we eaa pat x &si aoxsse. aaI aarrfly a tome fa tae
tax as tie Bcalt of ttfe." etty b wftaoat a. fanny of tie ref-
Tais it to te ta oaafa of ta tar- aeus. All tie scaool bouses aaii
K rrrisfaa fa tie Sfxty-tifrtf Coa- eiarciea fa tie ooi wgiba are ie
aresa. aacorafa? t Caalrsaa Ca-' Izg uand by tie sareren. Tiere
derweort of tie Democratic Ways are tat tire or four faaxflies I ft
aad Veiar Ccanfttee. Tie aioTejfa tie towa oi Ranaey, a place of
eapesatoa Is Mr. Caierwood's. He'4K or 5fl fnfrdfatelr acrosa-tie
bis r&a. at 31 Delaware aTeau-e, it rtrffir f r.-r f ?. r.r- f, .Tt.
wh aiwraooa. Aae coy aad ert- sfti laaaafactarers wio wa3 testify-
AGED WOMAX DBOWXED
BT BOrS BAD DBITOC
We are anCioriieii v ac&wioee
Of Hartford. Ky, a-r a eaadtdat otfr bfo-wa edi tb cu Vr .-fa- t v- i.r- t...
lor tie D-aocraAt soafaattoa tor'taie. He ia aadouitedfy atteapt-! Tie" fadfcatloaa are tbat a fa
tie ce of SfesrK of 06 eouaty, ' ftJ to ra. tie doer wiea tie raa ' tim, , , iwff, iw f.
atiwt tor te aofm or tie Deaa-j wm wrpoweray Ma. for ifs tedy' Hkely to tW dressed asd rousi Carrontoa, Ky Jaa. IK. llrs.
rata at tie Cesral Prfaary, Sat- w,s fusd oc tie soor aear tie'la-tAr iln2W latis asd feaeo JliWb Herdrfr. 4S, lest ber I'fe tab
nrrtay, Aoa. 2, !II. feor Tawar Bnist tu m n --. r-u t .t. tr. afternoon by drowafar win fori-1
- - - ' - - au. iuc iM?iaiKj Ob tec vvajri " p
raaay otiera Iada wio eaae iere aad Jfeaas Coaafttee, wiCe ask- I? ti "Wlslt Kna oa tie Rugby
Wiat iaa tKUsc of Hartfrd's 1 " tawis f 1 Departneae of
Coraixiereial Ctc- It wocM e
ooi tfts aw t rmrastze u.
I Arlcwltore far a prize tor ifs prow-i ed to be fa favor of tiat policy.
. as a eacs grswe- He was a typ-
. . . road. lfrs KB-ffrfT hi A tf. f f
lay qceauoaa oc wiiaessea, appear- -..
uaeat a wee, aursta? a relatfre,
aad waj caklas tie trip ioae la a
I fc! caxeaitry Soy aad ksew Mole sf fc a part
Free Beats. It b raaored. aay i
V.M. .- N .. . .
of tbe teatatire tari , "" -1"1 wraaas opas. a 3-
So far tfere tore eea a flKfici Ike afera a9Haaea of tie city, ofaa tie (scmiu wI frar to 7ea"-W ae?ro boy. aa drfrer. Tie
I tb rttfcj- aa t wfc kw a,oat Betore fce left LotrtrrHle yaea?1 sefeailt to tfce eitra. seaafoa. i h7lizea oa tie Cbeat road are oa-
ahomt Ur ii?I t&e tod ?t b. paat Rryaat told wft ?ie of fcfo zy- Tie vrr air ta tie eacrfdors out- der T4ter ase Ie boy. cot befn?
? 1 tatfawi of a4easere is seeiaz tie . . tfc tma.mftte. mm . fanbr with tie roundabout war.
ayfeaL He weac to Mi nwcJagfto breathe a feetiaz tiat tie PejarJ0' oa .'"'ron road aad droTe
tm. bit arrfTal fs Wisaistoe. eratfc leaders fatead to see to ft 0Ter " ebaaltaent. tie bu?y
Dae Djsaautti oVeav -sf ti
3fKa4e Cacsty Kesasjer, b awe of
fie jpfciest offa?ras.iau oc tae
Ladfea wka are ia Uvar f wo-
at Mttaigfct SeaHJjtr, aa it was mk
oartl after aaok t-4ar taat bit
atfr was tow.iL Tie Bryant -ally
at JUxjclfM iar.aeea aoeiCed
xaaa asSrae sInmxM raaaasaker tiat u 'lriI1 uke4 to dis as to
tly nw ackwl$e to tefawr at , fIticpii f tfce bofy
leajt tiirty-fire yars old ktore
tfcey are eTgSMe for tfce Presldes
IfK-YOKKSOX GfU.VTl JTCRV
APTEi: TOBACCO BITERS
Editor Jofca S. La.wreae, of tie
Cadiz Record, ias bees ciea by'
tie State Electors at Fraaicfort to
carry tie o'efal rote of Kectaeiy
Hadtrsoa, Ky Jaa. 1?. Tie
?rad Jory ias mamoned before ft
rep-reseatatfT of the Aaerfeaa,
IsperiI. GalUier. Ltd.. and tie
toat tie waber aade to tie peo- tBrnIn? oer aad orer. Tie cifld
e kefore eleetloa are to be relf?- Ic1?e1 against a fene and was
f9ly carried oat after election. rCTeti. but llrs. Hendrfi was
Hi?i proteetiosbts declare erea I Jro,?oed before assistance could
tfee sHcatt tariff re-rfstea dowa-' reaeh her- Her toJ" was recoTer-
wara" wseld hart our buslaess. and ed Dfei: LaT. a fisberaan. Irs. ,
lease or exports. ' i Hndrix b surrbed by ber husband
tae snAtest rensioa downward "" """ ." was, one orotner
wfll throw mTi onf of worV " fa . ana two sisters.
t WtsMajftoa. It b a nice ionor. ' Joia Hod?e Tobaceo coapanls to
wortJiIIy bestowed. fnqufre Into tie charge tiat tie
trade fa tobaceo la thb county ias
poflasithrapbt fa tie boo 1
Carnetfe b a great Mtt r,,, v . ,..'
.e, nr vj.,.r. .. .
4M vVvat &rv fcc ifT an.
-. c... trrmg i.r. ..... v UHU "
bfnatlon among the buyers repre-
tie cry of tie asItl-aflHonafre tar
iff trust beads who iaTe beea get
ting aa erer-lncreaslng aaonat of
protection all these years while at
tie sane time importing foreigners
to take tie places cf American
workers and paying their workers.
little more tbaa a pittance.
Is there anything
Tie horse was cut from the bag
gy and sared.
I ODD COLMSIO.V BETWEE.Y
TRAI.V A.VD STEAMBOAT
sntng these concerns. The Stem-)fst
ment of the rich high protection
CUrksTlHe, Tean.. Jaa. 1&. A
freight train oa the Memphis branch
rof the Lntitrrftr 7- vhwit 11
in the argu- -n- ,jiM 1.. .. t... ...
f- - -... -JUi MIC pttCKCfc. LKJ3L
f Locile S., fs tie substaace of a news
2:. irriT is - "-. - s; JE-rx. 2.-5. ss. ( .-?. --. -
- r -- -, vi 4ifi th. .a . i . o oiuKuiAr Aciziriprit. rpTTirtrT rrri"
. -,- u i,ia WiCX OI aTTZ Cffin I Anl1 Tsn -r -. . m-m1 " -.-w
.. " . ., " """""iitbe Cooded
poor, or a dry
for ragged Mule
ETHEL MVRTLB ALLEX
A man lirlag at Ft. McPhonoa,
O, wrote to Postmaster C-caraI
Hitchcock wanting to know hew he
.t .. . . t t .
jjuiu riiu a. U4.uj uj -ire; j prmi.
KrjJen"y trying to beat te eork
out of lu job, axd he sfcslda'l be
allows! to do ft.
r Ethel Myrtle Alien, aged 10
months, foster daughter of John F.
asd MoHIe F. Allen, died S-j.iday
morning, January IS, at 4:io
o'clock, after an illness lasting ser
eral days, at her home in Fords-
A Boston scientist has raade the 'Me. Interment occurred at the
fliv-OTrery ifcat modern eookiag eon-fOIatoa cemetery at 2:1a o'eiok
mnA1f rt .I.L. ...l.
naturally think that Great Britain, ,. 7 . " v V JSCTluoa
with fr ,a nr,, y .: and ""-ed at Cumberland City.
DIES r.V FORDSVILLE , '' Q Backwater from the Cumberland
But Great Britain b not perish- ar " "T., " "11. J! 'J: "J"
For the month of Norember ';". ' r l" "u . c "al Dac
the total amount of trade In Great ' "r"W " nangated to a
tuk i iue ranroaai ngnt-OI-
tributes to cancerous growths In the
tomach. In the words of a rantan-
on the erening of the
after funeral serrices at the
Verous Bull Mooser at the Chicago fbt church conducted by Rev. J. T.
vvuicauuB. e uidi leaca ioei":, in rorainiie.
Teop1e to beware; they
the rerge of an abscess!'
It has been ascertained by per
Kons who went carefulH !nto the
Hubject that the average vafu to the
community of the normal adult be
tween the ages of 18 and 45 Is $700
per year. However, knocking out
the word "average," there are prob
ably some persons who are notj
worth fifteen cents.
Mrs. Allen's mother, Mrs. Mel
Mrs. Allen Is grief.str'rken r.nd
unable to leave her room.
Ira Hall, has been very 111 since
Wednesday at her home In Olaton
and was unable to attend the funeral.
OMJ HOME BCft.VKD USED
FOR TOBACCO STORAGE
The Mayfleld Messenger says:
The person who Is now liv
ing In the city of Mayfleld is
"1,101 mllea from New York
'City, which Is said to he at
this time the largest dty in
Come to Hartford! This is 145
mllea nearer New York City than which was totally destroyed.
The old Dr. Lockbart home, lo
cated Just above Ensor, Ky., was de
stroyed by fire shortly after mid
night Saturday night. The build
ing had not been oca pled for some
time, and was used mostly as a
place to strip and bulk tobacco.
George Slnnett, who lives In that
neighborhood, had about 5,000
pounds of tobacco in the house
.nayneia, origin of the fire is unknown, as.
" there had been no fire on the prem-
Of course there are Mine farmers ' bes. A man of the name of Balee.
Includes tenants -v1 jo seem to had recently finished stripping his
ts aJmrt compelled to rrlse tabac-J tofjacco and removed It from the
co for a livelihood, lucre are ter-. house. The loss on the house was
tain environments fni conditions i about J100 and the tobacco about
that h(!ng this about. These are J 3 00.
tho men who should al trays stand '
together for organisation for pool- PRESIDENT TAFT
In. Tills Is a critical time In the ! ACCEPTS APPOINTMENT
history cf tobacco raising. Hut
Britain was $620,000,000. The In
crease in exports as compared with
the "boom" figures of November
1511. was $11,850,000! There Is
now full employment for labor In
that "benighted" free trade king
dom. Even the Protectionbts. are
forced to admit "a cycle of splen
did trade and national well-being,"
and that there Is food for reflection
in these figures. They show there
Is nothing to the contention that
revblon downward of the tariff Is
likely to ruin business. Honest
business men of the country fully
realize this, and have no apprehen-
way. It being after night, the en
gineer on the train could not see
the craft, and not understanding
steamboat signals, was almost upon
the boat before he knew it. The
emergency brakes were 'applied.
but before the train could b
brought to a stand the boat had
been side-swiped. No Injury was
done the locomotive or train, but
the packet was somewhat damaged,
to far as the symmetry of her out
lines was concerned, by the collision.
The boat people claim thy were
-1.1.1. AU., . .
Inn-: hxn of nm.,,ti.. ... ' " eir ngnis as long as the
,;encT , crat w3 In the waters of a naviga-
-. b'e strewn; the railroad people say
8100 Per Pbte they were within their rlghb as
Was paid at a banquet to Henry long aj the train was oa the ccmp3
Clay. In New Orleans In 1S42. ny's tracts, and a hot dbpute has
Mighty costly for those with stom-' resulted as to who the trespasser
ach trouble or Indigestion. To-day .was when the accident occurred,
people everywhere use Dr. King's. Both railroad and rlvermen say
New Life Pills for these troubles asHt Is tup .:ost remarkable ace'dert
well as liver, kidney and bowel dls-lon reocm, and may result fn a-j ox
orders. Easy, safe. sure. Only 25 traordlnary legal tangle.
cents at James H. Wlll'ams.
. "HIGHWATER" NAME OK
BABY BORN fN FLOOD
SELLS A WOMAN LAND
THAT NEVER EXISTED I
I The Owensboro Messenger says:
Tho Owensboro Messenger says: .While the waves, were rocking
A "Get-Rich-Quick Walllngford'" the home of Mr. and Mrs. James
stunt came to light Wednesdar ' Basbam. of Stanler. ami h -..
- w . , MHBn atC
when A. P. Carico was indicted by was covcrine th entir Iowa- .
and te 'inn si and will
New Haven, Jan. 20. At a meet
ing of the Yale corporation to-day,
President Taft formally accepted
As yet Gov. McCrcary has not the appointment of the Kent profes
mado any formal announcement of tor of law at Yale. He plans to
Ms candidacy tor V. 8. Senator, al- como to NVw Haven early In Ap
the grand Jury for obtaining money j of their home, the stork paid vis
unuer .aiae pretenses irom Mrs jt. A baby girl was born
Clara ii. Magan. ; water" Basham is the name that the
Some months ago a handsome, ! fond parents have given the flood-well-groomed
Individual Ingratlat- bound baby girl. Last night the
ed himself Into the confidences of mother and the baby were reported
Mrs. Hagan, and let It be known ' to be getting along nicely,
casually that be was making a prop-' " 1
osltlon to a select class of people' A new b"l'etln of the Govern
whom he desired to become asso- ment estimates the present popula-
elated with him In a
money to of tbe United States to be 96.
rs. Ha-36"00 and tbat tbo Per capita is
maker on a large scale. Mrs.
gan was not asked to Invest anv 3Z.7Z.
though It Is said he has been urged i "' rno course will consist of reg- money direct, but Carico let no op- .
to do so by some prominent poll-'ular lectures on constitutional law. portunlty pasa without showing her '
tlcJans. If Gov. McCreary decides i . 7,,,Z?v7ZZ . . a the advanUges of placing her mon- SHE TALKED ABOUT IT.
tn do so, he will certainly violate ' . J'f """n. ", l ?h I concern ".t wa. trust-' A ",7 t thing to do, especblly
. , ... . . ... ,. 'ed by Parcel post during the first , .. . .... . ., when It was ber own doctor that sha
1.1s pledged word to the voters , , ..' worthy and profitable, especially as uikedwlth. She wanted to kL W
r ffn v it ufltt ronrosiaVita1 ftv atioh man 1Ttill Tfal Vamaba-. a. .iii
new avstem. I". -"- - --- ...c.. , "-""-? f-""" . .aair.
Ve are Mary Jane and her lamb. Ve
are hired out to a store ve like to vork
You knov who ve are; ve knov vho
they" are. They give you upright
merchandise at dovnright Iov prices.
Come in nov and buy vhat you need,
and knov that nov and at all times you
vill get goods you can rely on, and
prices that save you money.
CARSON & CO.
Good Reasons Why The
Herald Should do Your
Intelligent understanding of your needs and ex
pert knowledge of how to meet and satisfy
Close personal attention to detail in the execu
tion of every job.
Internal shop efficiency, skilled workmen, modern
machinery aud thorough supervision clear
Our own appreciation of the real value of what
we offer, resulting in an unaltemably high
standard of output.
An unusual degree of success in promptness of
delivery and meeting the emergency del
here at Hartford and elsewhere. He
said here tbat all he asked ftlP'he
ver would ask was (hat 'he be
elected Governor, thus rou
IZJM ttf Tin ateili M 1
himself. He showed every courtesy daadraa", aad for promoting growth of
to Mrs. Hagan. !j tfr. Now .fa, , I. gob, to aae u
, Naturally Mrs. Hagan became In- eolorbg of Uta fcalr, set U Mm laati. I"
The helpful policy of supplying from our,
technical knowledge, when needed, the idea
or suggestion required to give the touch of
We think you'll like our service.
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