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H. a. & E. RAILROAD TIME T..
OLE AT HARTFORD, KY.
The following L. & N. Time Card
la effective from Thursday, Jan. 23:
Jo. 112 due at Hartford 7:19 a. m.
No. 114 due at Hartford 1:05 p. m.
So. 115 duo at Hartford 8;45 a. m.
No. 113 due at Hartford 1.'46 p. m.
II. E. MISCIIKE, Afit.
RULES GOVERNING NEW
PRIM ELECTION LAW
Changes Which Alust Be Com
plied With To Get Name,
On the Ballot.
"The new primary .election law
passed by tho last Legislature made
many changes In the old manner of
nominating candidates for office.
Candidates for county and city. of
"flees should study the law carefully
iin -order to acquaint themselves
nvlth'lts provisions, becaimo certain
things .must bo done before a can
didate's namu can legally go on tho
ballot at the August primary elec
tion. Hereufter all devices will be elim
inated. Only tho names of the can--tllUatcB
will appear on the ballot,
anil if there are voters who are un
able to read, they will have a hard
time finding their choice on the
.ballot. With the use of the devices,
-voters who could not read found lit
tle trouble In locating their favor
ites, but tills has been changed by
tho new election law and Instead of
a ballot resembling a circus poster,
It will contain nothing but printed
matter with the names of candl
latcs In tho proper order.
One thing candidates should
not overlook is preparing the nomi
nating petitions and having the re
quired number of legal voters' slg
natures. A falluro In this will
lcecp their names off the ballot.
Candidates for county and city of-,
ficea must. file nominating petitions
bearing tho signatures of not less
tfcaa 3 per tent, and s&t more than
18. awvwat'. t tMitrtti-.Jfpl vei
Our regular sales force wa$ augmented by a number of extra sales people and the
energies of the entire force was taxed "to the limif. We have the merchandise and the
prices to make this the greatest sale of our history. We have had a grand beginning.
We are fighting for a grand stand finish. If you don't give it to us you have lost
something thafa little diligence would have sayed you. Don'tbe satisfied .with
making one visit, you can't begin to see it alL in one day. COME EVRY DAY AND;
MAKE MONEY BY SAVING IT. U
ters of the party at the last election
It will be just as fatal to a can
didate to secure more than 10 per
cent, as less than 3 per cent. This
limit of signatures was probably in
corporated in the law to prevent
candidates from getting out early
and securing a 'majority of signa
tures, which would prevent other
candidates from getting up a nom
Candidates must bear In ' mind
that nominating papers . and peti
tions must be filed with the County
Clerk thirty days before the elec
tion nnd nominating petitions for,
signatures must not be circulated
earlier thnri 'sixty days before the
date of filing, which Is ninety days
before the election. The election
will be held on Saturday, August 2,
1913. According to the provisions
of the law, petitions must not bo cir
culated for signatures before next
.May and June. If they are, candi
dates will be barred from enter
ing the prlmnry.
Our First Clearance begins next
Saturday, February 1st. Watch for
Big White Dills.
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W. It. Fo", 195 W. Washington
St., Noblesvllle, Ind., says: "After
suffering many months with kidney
trouble, after trying other remedies
and prescriptions, I purchased a
box of Foley Kidney Pills which
not only did me more good than
any other remedies I ever used, but
have positively set my kidneys
right. Other members of my fam
ily have used them with similar re
sults." You will save time and
money, and a,vold needless pain
and suffering by taking Foley Kid
ney Pills at the first sign of kidney
trouble;" Try them. Refuse any
substitute. Sold by all dealers, m
AVnnted to know the whereabouts
of one Sarah L. Flnley, who was
Sarah L. Phelps before her mar
riage about 25 years ago. Any In
formation as to her or her helro
would bo thankfully received and
might be of benefit to her or ber
heirs. For further particulars, ad
dress, P. L. FELIX,
3t2 Hartford, Ky.
Our First Clearance, begins nex.t
Saturday, February 1st. Watch fop
nig White Dls.
I. HY.rtfrd, Ky!
Jan. 27. Farmers of this place
are going to Hartford to-day to rat
ify the sale' of tobacco.
Mr. Bauiftyn, of peaj Ma-
gan, moved with his family Into
this neighborhood Friday.
Mr, C. C. Hoover and family, of
Beaver Dam, moved back to tjieir
farm on Clear Run Saturday. . "
Uncle Billy Gray, the well known
rivermnn, left to-day for Evanirllje
with a number of logs.
McDowell, the Infant .son of Mr.
and Mrs. John Hamilton, tell,., Into
the fire lasj week and was "badly
burned about tne.face. -.
. While Mrs. Betsy Hamilton and
children wer visiting her mother,
Mra. A. T. Handley, a very serious
acident happened to her little boy.
Orle and 'his little cousin Isnbolle
Hooyer, were playing with a hand
axp which was very. .sh'arp? Isa.bellg:
let It fall and cut two of his f)ngers,
one to tho bone and the other neat
ly off. Dr. TIchenor, of Hertford,
was summoned" and dressed the
child's 'hand and she. Is "patting
along nicely. Mrs. Hamilton and
children loft for their home in In
Mr. J. T. Funk and son Elvis vis
ited his cousin N. W. Salmon, of
Daviess county, Wednesday and
Thursday. Their, relative is vory
ill of heart trouble.
Mr. Isaac Sharp, town marshal of
Beaver Dam, was here on. business
Mr. Jessie Taylor and wife wero
called Saturday to tho bedside of
.their brother-in-law, Mr. Louis
Trogden, who is suffering with
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Asliley took
dinner with Mr. M. 0. Funk and
family yesterday, It being their lit
tle daughter Posey's 12th Mrthday,
Mr. W. i, Hoagland, iWljfjj and
little son cfaudie, visited relatives
jn Bcda Sunday. '! ,
Mrs. Pearl Park, Buford, came to
this place on business to-day ,-
Our First Clearance boglns nuxvt
Saturday, February 1st. watch for
Big White Bills. ' ' '.
Fruit ( rowing Neglected.
Farmers In this county are sadly
neglecting, fruit growing, .when .we
have Just as fine a fruit country as
.other places from which we buy. A
fruit grower from California told
ua whila bock that w could rrow
such fruits ai apples, peachea asfdj -
berrlea, Jaai a. Mpi hre aa taay ffecefttoit to Pral4wt, WJlaen.
in California, if we, would attend a
tham and wj believe It. Mr. H, h,
Bowpb railed as fine, appJeB, hero
IWt y?r pn JPu can buy qn fl
market. Bui he sprayed ahfj prijp
d h! trees! jqjasgpV 'Repubjlcajj,
Our First Clearance eglns next
Saturday, February ilaj. Watch for
Bja White Bills. l
' ' ROSENBLATT'S.
Jan. 26. Bo; Wheeler, who
was to preacti, at Itlckejt'a Sunday,
failed' to come anj"fjl his eleven
o'clock servicer ' ' "
Mi-s.'tfettleLee and Mrs. Pear
GrIRjn, of this place, spent frpm
Friday until Sunday with relatives
Mr. Lawrence Howard, of Stan
ley, spent Saturday and Sunday
iwith Ir. and Mrs. Ejlwood Lee,
Mr, Fred Patton attended the W,'
O. AV. Lodge at Hartford Saturday
night. " ' -
Mrt Jm Patton was In Hartford
Mr, yan May and son Van, Jr-,
TvpreJn. -Hartford Frji)ay pn b,usj-i
ness;- ' '
Many or pur tarmers wjh be in
Hartford to-day to see about, selling
Our First Clearance begins next
Saturday,. .February 1st. Watch for
Big White Bliln.
, . Hartford, Ky. .
Cut the Hlxli Cost of Living.
H. Chapman, Winnebago,
Neb,, tolls how he did It. "My two
children bad a very bad cough and
the doctor's medicines did them no
good. I got a bottle of Foley's
Honey and Tar Compound, and be
fore it was all used tho children
wero free and cured of their cough.
I saved a doctor's bill for one 25c
bottto of Foley's Honey and Tar
Compound;'' A mean, stuffy cold,
with hoarse, wheezy breathing Is
Just the kind that runs into bron
chitis or .pneumonia. Don't trifle
with such Berfous conditions but
take, Foley's Hpney and Tar Com
pound promptly. Contains no op
iates. Sold by all dealers. m
The Burley Tobacco Society has
been sued by the State of Kentucky
at Lexington for back taxes on $2,
COO, 000 alleged to be' due for the
years 1907-1911, Inclusive.
The sentiment of Consrreaa la
aald to be oa$ed te a public re;
''. ''I l? ftll':. 'n
Jan. 27. Mr. J. U. Shull, who
has been sick over four weeks, Is
jery little better.
Mr. Billy Johnson nas bad
mumps and is well of them but Is
suffering a great deal from neural-
Brother Royster tilled his regu
lar .appointment here the last Sun
There are two cases of smaljpox
roppriea in Kocicpori.
There has been considerable dam
age done by the rise here. Mr. J.
Brown - lost about 500 bushqls of
corn and some hay and his tenant
bouse on this sjde qf the river was
washed a little from its foundation.
His son Tom sold 300 bushels of
corn for 10 cents a bushel.
Ben Johnsqn, of color, lost his
old house with some corn in it and
some tobacco Mrv Foster Roll Jost
.pearly ait ne. had except his Btpck
about 2,000' pounds of meat, a lol
rof corn; and household. goods.
Mr. Nevll Hunley returned hopio
as; week, accompanied by his cous
in, 'Mr- orton 'Hunley,
Persons troubled with partla) pa
ralysis arp often very much benefit
ted by massaging the affected parts
thoroughly when applying- Cham
berlain's Liniment.' This liniment
also relieves rheumatic pains. For
sale by nil dealers. nv
Notice to Creditors,
v Ohio Circuit Court. '
Wm. Gentry, Adrar., Plaintiff,
Ben Gentry, et al,, Defendants.
All persons having claims against
the estate of Joseph Gentry, deceas
ed, are hereby notified to file same
with me at my offlce in Hartford,
Kentucky, properly proven, on or
before Friday, 31st day of anuary,
1913, or they will bo forever barred.
Given under my hand this Jan
uary 7, 1913.
E. E. BIRKHEAD,
2t4 M. C. O. C. C.
PICTURE OF SUFFERING
HASN'T BEEN OVERDRAWN
Henderson, Ky., Jan. 27, The
visit of the relief boat from this
city to the flooded Ohio river bot
toms of this county demonstrated
tha fact that the picture of suffer
ing and woe had not ueen over
People wereyound In the second
ateriea of bqbm with scant .clothing
who bad. baaa without feod. for aav-
,t r' 'r'lftf l(ft-l
f ' ' iv re
jeral days, had nothing buf raf
1 for a bed, One man 70' yeara'ali
wa,, I,, fhe attic pf a hou,e tht jtaii
cfenat intp ftp-Vf tof.' TJf tfW
U abpuf 43 tmleB wdp pi- Wlput
bottoms. Sever?! casea q'f IUqcM.
aborted,. " 'T f T'
nf? women aje expectjnff Vslt
from the stork under $hfB,' tryp
Circumstances. Mnvnr , fThnmnulli
1 jjeacle)! an expedition tp-day jp thi
uuvueu mairicv ano aistrioutea
much food,, clothing and medjclne.
Tilrfy-seven people Tyere fpundi
in pne, house. Many' barns full' of
corn on bo sides of the rlve.jwfll,
if the riyer' rises any more, be to
tally lost. : ' ' '
Was paid nt a banquet to Hen7
Clay, In New Orleans in T842'.
Mighty costly for those with 'stom
ach trouble" or indigestion. Tc-ay
people everywhere use Dr. Klnsr's
iNe'w Life Pills for these troubles a)i
I WCll aa'llvAr. kMnou nn.l t.n,1 Alm'L
orders. Easy) safe, sure. Qny i5
cents at Janies H. WU'aros. '' 'm
u. !"FOm? - v
Thlrty-foijr States have ratlfed.
tl?e federal PpnstltuUqnul ftmend
mept prpvlnp fpr t,he ncon Ui.
Ratlf)pat,pn by jwo more SUta'Js
all tat Is 'necessary for Mni
adoption of this great,refprra.';Thera
are fourteen States yt. to at'an4
there cap be no doupt Uia;j))t qf
that number there wjll' fa 'two
wh,ose legislatures will get Ino line
With the great progressive ? movf
Howell Taium Prompted.
The friends of Mr, 'HflWjl) Ta-
tum will be pleased to note;that
has been promoted to the raaaage-
mentjjf ha Kentucky djylsfpn of
i..o o.ranion Liie insurance Com
pajiy, of Scranton, Pa.
PatifcCN Century ?!urk.
West Point. Ky.rJan. 27. Jack
Fitch, aged. 101. years, an ante-bellum
negro "and valet of TandyFitch
during the Civil War. died here,
and his body wasMnterred In Pleas
ant View cemetery.
ever Mores. . i
Fever sores and old chronic soreV
should not,be healed entirely, but
should be kept In healthy, condi
tion. This can be done by applying
Chamberlain's Salve. TbU aalve
has no superior for this purpose. It
la alsq most excellent for chapped
hauda, sore nlpplea, burns and dia
eaaos of the aVin .t L.. ...
facgaan. t m