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FT THOMAS NOT
TO BE ABANDONED p
Project to Found Military Post
r There Does Not Meet
Approval
Lexington lyt Dec 26 The moye
1JHnt to have the Fort Thomas rnUJ
tart post afar ClnclnlOOlti convent d
jntoa Government milltw school
shoo It mas boonn abandonoo os al
army post does not mt wLih thlJ I
approval or the War DOJDl1tn1Qnt
Bishop LewIs W DJ11ton or tills
city who championed th IJoIOJtld
VohICJh was urgoo by SentWr W O
BmdllY and others is just b1
cellt ot a communication from Smato
Bradley nocol11lnnttd by a let er hoU
S6Cret1r or War Dlcklnwn In
which the Seerot try Istntl3 that tihe
grounds and lJUUding nt Fan T1amQI
which WON provided at a gTooot lX
llnese by tho Government have bcOn
jdaeed nl the hands 01 care aker s
employed by the War bjilRTtmen
which tho vlow ot pro othg ton
M they may be t10ld for future mUI
tRrY use
Ho says that Jt hM nevCl been tlt
IntonUoI ot tho War Dalxarnnertt to
lIulrender thIs valuable military 1
11Irvatfon or to devote it to other rhea n
uWtary purls Tho Illt bI Jt
StCrlotry Dixon concludcs thus
Should it become nocetasary lot lny
HmQ to withdraw n portion or the ar
my from Insular pOssSISons or to
increase tho mobllo army statdoned 111
Uto United Status the btuldtng at Fort
Thomas will be immediately nlQuirttdI
for use by the army and the sub
b stion to concert It into a military
td1oo1 cannot bo conhu ed
Marvelous DIscoverIes
mark the wonderful progress of fohe
age Air flights ou heavy JrEchlnee
r
telegrams without wires terrible war
inventions to kill men and that Won
der of wonders Dr Kings New
Discoveryto save life wlun threat
tned by coughs colds lagrlII astb
ma croup bronchitis hemorrhages
hay fever and whooping cough or lung
t
trouble For all bronchial affection
it has no equal It relieves Intant
ly Its the surest cure James III
Black of Asheville N e H R No
4 writes It cured him ot an JWUna1e
cough after all other remoolu ail
ed SOe and 100 A trial bottle frte
Guaranteed by all druggist tI1
COOL SPRINGS
Dee 20sPntyor mUng ts PI
Tossing nIcoly at this pace
Jr George Wilson ot Jaxravll
lad is visiting friends and rontrv
tt this place
J118 Myrtle CoapEr ruturrtl home
FrJooy after on exhmdfl visit at her
cousin Mrs Clarence Dennis
Mr ltaOo WIIFon and Mr ldNkI
Bosley both ot Butler count are In
this wlghborhood now
111 S A DavHlrllort ut HoclIffi1 f r
Mont Monday night I1It Mr O 1
SeottMrs
Mrs Joe Fulton who has Uxm qut
rick Is some better It present
111 S O Foglo moved to fork
port Irst Tueatlay where b6 will
mork In the cal mints
Mrs Jcnsle Fultcn ot SVyratc fIY1t
last WtO1 with bur motlHr Mrs JOt
Wilson
MIss Pearl Dacn1I1Ort ot SVyOx is
the guest ot her cousin Mrs Ellen
Knight
KnightMr
Mr Luther Rains and family were
She guest ot Mr Mack DClasY SunlLy
Kentucky Press Association
The annual mId wlntcd munJot
ttw lol1 tuck Press > SJcJnton twill
J held at Loulsvllle Docll1IDhr S
And 29 The follOwing program has
oon outlined
A New Form ot Cara DookSam
Mel Judson Hoborb Jxxiodton Lea
der
Your llama PalxtrMn El a
i ritah1ion EllwaDgur Fmnldcrt
se Kentucky State Univorsity CbJot
1wiJd Henry S Darker of the Hon
Lucky Court ot Apptlalsl
The Ntiixt General Assrmrby
Col Cron R Koller CasUsle rolw
cury
Tax cvIs1onAr t itoril
LouisvilleF
LouisvilleTuruing Over 0 how Lca1 Jt as
1IU1duko D ccsttou matiaging it4Uo r I
NamvJ1lo Tenn pants
Burled TrmsuroProt C J Nor
wood Lexington Dtreotor Kentucky
Geological Survey
What Is ewslJolm J Btmy
i Paducah NowsDomoorat
IIr1bulat1onsH 14 Wustavts WJ
r I liamstown Courior
f BuslnC88 Buildl gRound Table
ConducGod by M F Conloy Louisa
NewsLooking
Looking for tOO ProC1wJ G Curt
t minnt4hamt MlddlasborP Rooord
the StnndardWalla c ei
4 StnndardWallakti
I Browsd9Wn Bleatdard
A On man Utticd Chlanae Ster
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rett Haw vWo ChtrJDII1
CoopcratlonJtoUlld trttbleOo h
ducte by 1 Sanders Oflrraiamo
burg Re yubllcara
Tho Mc oD1 l Dtgmntmtmt Ban
B Cozloo Sho1bywIUo Nows
Rural Schools in KoowolcyJ U
McFnrran LouIsville
1l11tcracy In Kentucky tJho flee l
Status ct tho QuetJouJI 0Su1l1
CU1 s Ibyvm Stmt1no1
The d1t 1taJanent teLtures am In
th hands Or the LcutsvUlo CQl1von
lion and Publ1dty Lwguo and Jnclude
a ihatty Party to the editors nnd
their ladies
A Womans Great Idea
IIs how to make herself atttractlvc
But without health It Is hard tor
her to be lovely in face form or
temper A weak sickly woman w1ll
be nervous and Irritable Con 11pa
tlon and Kidney poisons show In
tDpimples blotches skin tduptlona and
a wretched complexion But Eloctrl
Bitters always provo a Godsend to
women Who want health beauty and
trlends They regulate Stomach Llv
or and Kidneys purify the blood
a
give strong nerves bright eyes amro
breath smooth velvety skin lovely
complexion good health TrY them
mi
FORDSVILLE
Doe 20Miss Corda Fuqua Wlnr to
OwcnslJoro Saturday
Mr J H Loy who has boon 0 < 1
pyIDg Jlrr Svngaants house bnHano
ford street has bought and movod
Into the property recently 6ened c1d
Dianay n
moved into the house varotted by
Loydo
Proto nI1tlv will leave Satomratl
morning to pond the holidays wdtJ
his family at Sand011S Ky
Mr amid MI Clyner Hicks twill
leave Friday to SjJ011d lboUdas lWith
holr loronltJs nnr iJlaxwJl1
Mr Will LUum corking on the M
H E has boon promoted and will
move his tomUy to NasbvUle Tlc1D
In the the nt > 1J tutUTe
Mr Lon Richards has resigned ail
Assistant ibler or the Bank or
Fordsvllle to take Cashiers place
In a bank at EblnTonn
Not only tho chdmcty or the Cbrint
mas bells but he jingle ot the Woo
ding bells are fCundlng sweet and
clllr 1n the town or Fords111
Miss Cproa Fuqua the primary eta
Cher wns Tm rble IJo tFach yttc
Serday Miss 1rII1ry Iam taught In
her place
MrRoscoe Halbroo will leave FM
day for Bufo7d Ky to spend holidays
Mrs Lynch the milliner loft yor
day to In XmAs at home
Rev J T Lwls tilled his rcula r
a polatment at the Baptist church
Sandy He also oonductoo eXclsos
at College Monday momnlng
Notlc
All persons havmg claims aganllt I
the estate or J C Wilson dlot astjl
i
ue notified to present them to me
properly proven by January JOO1 911
or they wm 1oe forever barred any
person owing said estate will pleas
settle at OJoX This Dec 10 1910 I
2t E P JARXAHD AdmrI
4
CASTOR IA
For Infants and Children
The Kind You Base Always Bought
Bears the
Signature of
SIMMONS I
DfC 20WOCk at this pdaov 1a
no good but think it will be blM r
attcr limas
1I1s9 Sophia fairy Beaver IWnI
vlsltal her brother 111 John Rata y I
Tuesday night
Misses RuEJl1aBerIIl tt amid Chloe I 1
Raffaty want to McHenry ionday
Mgrs Bm Stewart and VdttgerErttt 1
or lcHenry spent Sunday at Sam
RalesIr
Ir Ed James who has bawl sick
forair
for some time ds thought to be 10
better
IQTS Bob Ram pry Joe Ste wart
Ethen Faught JeI1t Sunday n41tor
noon at Mrs Raffertys
Mr Jim Likens and family v sit
ed Mr black DlnJol Sunday
Mr Shwby Clo Wont to onvu
Dam Sunday
Mrs WAde Hodge mss called both °
bodslde titibor daughter Mrs Irate t
who l very stck
Mr aleab R3mery visited rel3JtWes
Clt t Plectd3mt Saturday
5ifsg 13cssie Likens is visItIng m
parents t LlvClJIDOlo atthi9 writing
CJevetatluty spent Saturday af
ternoon with bide Etta Daniel
Cheap Clubbig Rates
We have ma1e an arrangement witi
the publlehers x the Inland Farmer
ofLOulsvUle whereby weare enAbled
to furnish The Hartford Republican
and that paper on41 yt ar for i5o
The Inland Farmer is a weekly Jour
nal and one 01 thebeet tum pagleraa
eipubllsbed 1n We United States Our
re3clere dJouId take aiy4 tAeot
this olteti U
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EYENfiEOf tAW
GR PHIGALt Y PICTURED
To a Prisoner Sentenced to Life
Imprisonment by Chi
cago Judge
A Chicago Judge who rOC Ity pro
trounced a sentence ot life Improsn
moat m a confesses murder dis
charged ills duty In ihls tn1i1lan
You arc to recedvenEfTI1C11 pun
lahment than death our vlcUm
died but once You will ltd n bun
Bred time You willbo wiped out
of human knowledge You will not
be lurmlttcd to lilt a bond or whis
per a word you will hnve mo r1g ito
except the right to me cxiwaata
In tour or f4ye yews the ebarnal sdi
lode will begin to Ci1 In upon ypu
lIke an Iron m Igh you Ohror that
Etetcar bell ringing In the str1tt
as It IaSSd now you wtU rancmb
mosexqulm
r1tQ music you can only dnnn or 1t
by day and by nightandyour 1nJam
will bo torturo unlPcJm1io In the
slttrmer you will guru IJlat thole
aro trod r3I1S runi1hg somewhere
Monte green ir res and you will long
for the sight Gf rrtim 1 gTCQ lror
with an aching you norcr thought
you could exprieztec ° In n ir3w days the
holidays iwlth their Ilgluni Jd tlftlv
Iw and bnpldn s will be hero and
many a Christmas will roll over you
in your Iron cage and high wall but
you will never hear the child laugh
again The law has taken Us full
and ample ret > Lmge upon you
State Poultry Show
For We first time an the history
ot Kentucky 1 great Sate Poultry
Show Is to be held By the efforts
of Hon M C Rankin Commissioners
ot Agriculture tl1O Kentucky Poultry
Association was tornJ some months
since and Jt will hold Its first An
nual Show or Poultr Fair at Lexing
ton on January 16 to 21 ruxt Pre
mlum list and catalogue will bcs rtady
for distribution January 1st and will
bo sent to anyone on application to
Secretary Frank L Smith Lexington
Kentucky
Stories About People
Representative John Dalzell ot
Pennsylvania luIs been painfully re
minded that it Is not such a vary
Important thing tobu II Conrossnuw
attar all
Ot course the time ts cot romotu
whem the name ot Dalzotl excited re
SIIOCt In all official WasMngton Ito
is cYan yet olmilrman or jhe XW ef
Iful House Bonn ttee on rules and In
ei old days his voice commanded
attention wherever dt rang out
But touts J1d ohal1Joo This fact
was brought forcibly to the nitttnrtlloJ1
Ior the House leader today canon he
called at the White House
He cam In the morning ThcrewlT
n scare 01 more or Roprarentattvoe In
waiting Each ot them had a string
of COI1fltutnts and the oxxwdve re
ception room tans crowded
Mr Dalzell came InHe bad 110
appointment with ho Pros1dW Ho
did not think he needed any For a
half hour he Imctd the floor hUllltl
ently IUs card had gone In lint ha
had not Ho could not utulvrrsltnnd it
itI
lhe halt hour lengthened Jnto an hoe
This was too much
Angrily the Pennsyhanan grabbed
his big Cur cent and made for rhtyops
IOn h18 way out be was halted with an
Inquiry tor news from within
nathingt
II
t didnt got any further than the door
snapped ntJo Rcpr tcttardme
With this hu boltb out the exit
and faded aI acrcBS too Wh a
House law Wro 1ngton Times
H C Thayer Pop Thayer ot Pnn
slyanla football famogas talking at
the RUtenhouse club tn Pw1wJc1phla
about the new football rules
They prooo less utod 10 tactics
and generalship than the old rolj3
ho said They made the play ro 011
m that any stt milt atstrne3y wasllk
wen like the Swiss master
Once on a wnlkJrg tour in the BeT
nose ObeMnd I rcproachod the aai
tor at 0 l1tt1Iio Inn ft bringing me
ho WOng wino
Here 000 brought me Cbata uMon
ton Hothscblld I sand taken I order
I PonstOsad <
The waiterfettirxd and Uronghtl
glass partition t Bw him tako w s
napkin sad qufotiy t dBa the kiY4 lwt
labcl off the botltle 1lE bo talked
Hans another label xxitCsQJrt I
qulckPJilJad Fha Record
Mayor GIlYMfsa1da New York aty
hail official hus rt humorous IWRY
with him that ve aU apprtciab
I romouber a olloo story thnlb ho
told ono day to a lwilett captain J
story about a sorgront
U My boy the 8liTg act said to n
patrolman you UEW to say 1 was lazy
Then the 1gcant bent fus arm Dif
look nt thtSO stripes my boY I
didnt get theta by Lafdng on the cor
ners elf
No tgeant the patmJman nswcre
with a sour 1II11lo I knIfw you dlda t
got them In tint WRY 01 ycud bon
zebra by nowNew York T > rvbune
A Reliable FOR emedyr
CATARRH
Elys Cream Balmy
Is qulcklr absorbed
Gibes Relief al OncaWsrt
It cleanses soothes
heals and protects
andjrotects
jrotectstho
the diseased mem
brane resulting from Catarrh and drives
IIIIY nCoM in tholIelitl quIckly Restores
the Seusee ot Tusto and tmell Fullslze
50 ds lit Druggists or by mill LIquid
CrCn BRIm for use in atomizers 7G cts
EIy JlrotlJer liG Warren Street New York
SYMPATHY
helps burls but dt wont cure in
aching tooth wonnt waIte a marred
one look like Its old Eel Takes a
skillful experienced dentiSt to do
that Get all the sympathy you
can but for re relief and good
dental work make an appointment
with us toT the practical way or get
ting your teeth in tine shape Best
crown aDd bridge work In this town
or any town Teeth extracted with
out pain All work guaranteed Tele
phone 28
219DR
DRo H J BELL
DENTIST
Office in Republican Bldg Hartford Ky
For Sale
Real Estate
50 Acres ot the finest Rough river
bottom land located three miles west
or Hartford About 20 acres In culti
vation Good dwelling and out bulltl
lngs A bargain for 1250
We have 460 acres or tine bottom
land from one and a halt to two
miles or Hartford part or It with
Umber Also about 75 acres ot up
land belonging to the same tract
Terms easy
180 Acres or land two miles south
ot Rosine on a tree delivery route out
or Beaver Dam 30 acres bottom land
about 20 acres timber land and the
rest otlt fairly good upland Five
room frame two story house two
barns and good tenant house Splen
did orchard never tailing well In yard
and horse lot and spring In easy reach
ot the house In good repair Must
be sold and will be sold nt a bargain
A new one and onebalt soorltrame
building with five rooms and large
rerpiJeon Ball bunt out of the best
solected material Situated on Clay
and Fredrlca streets Hartford Ky
Lot 60x205 feet Fine welt ot sort
water All necessary gut bulldings
Terms reasonable Apply to
BARNETT FOSTER
Hartford Ky
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7ircotors
4OhSo Gaarty
Ctrcult CourtT FBIrkhea JUdge
Den ID IUno Attorney W P Mldkltf
Jailer E O parrase Clerk F L Fe
lix Master CotnmlafonVr It T CoIUnIf
Trustee Jury fund TFL Black Sher
IftHartford DeputlesS O ICeownan
Lon Black Court convenes 11r1t Mon
day 1n March and August and continues
three weeks and Third 1ondaYI In
May and November two weeks
County CourtR n Wedding Judge
W S Tlnaleyo Clerk C E Smith At
torney Hartford Court convenes first
Monday In each month
Quarterly Quarterly CourtBeglne on
the third Monday In January Ar11t
July and October
CoUrt of ClaimsConvenes first TUes
day In January and first Tuesday In
October Other County OfflctJrrC S MoJdleY
surveyor kordsville KlR F D
No2 Bernard Felix Assessor Hart
ford Ky n F D No 2 Henry Leach
Superintendent Hartford Dr A B
lUley Coroner Hartford
JUSTICES COURTS
BS Chamberlain Hartford Tuesday
after 3rd Monday In March Tuesday af
ter 3rd Monday In June TUesday after
3rd Monday tn September Tuesday after
3rd Monday In December
O E Scott Cromwell Wednesday nfte
3rd Monday In March Wednesday after
3rd Monday 1n June Wednesday after
3rd MondllY In September Wednesday
after 3rd Monday 1n December
John H Milts Itockport Friday after
3rd Monday In March Friday after
3rd Monday In Jnt FrIday after 3rd
Monday tn September Friday after 3rd
Monday In December
J C Jackson Centertbwn SaturJay
after 3rd Monday In March Saturday nf
ter 3rd Monday In June l aturday after
3rd Monday In September Saturday af
ter ard Monday In December
M C Cook Renfrow TUseday after
2nd Monday tn February Tuesday after
2nd Monday In May TUesday after 3rd
Monday tn August Tuesday after ZI1
Monday In November +
Thomas Sanders Dundee Wednesday
after the second MO day 1n February
FebruaryWednesday
Wednesday after 3rd Monday In August
AugustWednesday
November
after2nd
2nd Monday tn February Thursday lifter
2nd Monday In May Thursday after
after2nd
2nd Monday hi November
J L Patton Ralph Friday after 2nd
Monday In February Friday after 2nd
Monday In May Friday after 3rd lon
day In August Friday after 2nd Mon
Monday
HARTFORD POLICE COURT
C M Crowe JUdge O B LlkensClty
Attorney Sam Riley Marshal Court
convenes second Monday In eath month
City CouncllJ IL Williams Mayor
n T Collins Clerk S I Cox Treas
urer Members of Council T R Bar
nard W J Bean W lf Fair Pen
TaYlor W a Ellis E P Moore
school Trustee J S Glenn chairman
W S TInsley Secretary C M Barnett
BarnettC
C M Crowe and Dr E B Pendleton
RELIGIOUS SERVICES
M E Church SouthServlces monrlng
and evenIng every first and third Sun
day tn each month Sunday School DS
a m Prayer rnlttlng every Wednes
day evening Rev Virgil Elgin Pastor
Baptist ChurchServices every Sunday
morning and evening Sunday School
945 a m Prayer meeting every Wed
nesday evening Rev J W Brunet
pastor Christian ChurchServlcts every fourtl
fourtlSundllY
SundaySchool
ClayFord
Ford pastor
C R ChurchServices first Sunday In
each month at 11 a m and 1 p m
Sunday School 945 Rev T C Wilson
pastor
SECRET SOCIETIES
Hartford Lodge No 675 F A M
meets first and third Monday night In
each month W E Ellis W M C
M Crowe Secretary
Keystone Chapter No 110 n A M
meets every third Saturday night In
each month n Holbrook High Priest
SecretaryHartford
Hartford Chapter No 61 0 E S
meets second and fourth Monday even
Ing Mrs T n Barnard W Jol Miss i
Wtllie Smith Secretary
Rough River LOdge No310 Knights of
nightS
S A Anderson C C 3 O Keown
KofILS
KofILSHartford
Hartford Tent 20 99 K O T M
meets every first and third Thursday
night n T Collins Commander L I >
IForeman
Sunshine Hive 202l O T lf
nIghtIn
In each month Mrs Atte GrlfflnLady
Commander Mrs jula Pendleton Lady
Record Keeper
KeeperCarpenters
Carpenters and Joiners local No lSSl
meets 1st Saturday night In each month
SecTreas
Treas
TreasAcme
Acme LOdge No 319 t O O F meets
second and fourth Friday nIght tn
each month A D Riley i oble Grand
D D Schroailer Secretary
SecretaryOhio
Redllen
Men meets second and fourth Wednes
Wednesday
Campbell
ofRecords
Records
bolc111 Preston regular Morton meetings Post Saturday bet ni
the first Monday tn each month Ah
nogcrllAdJt
o S of E
National Officers
C O Drayton Pres Greenvllle 111
UreenKy
KyS
S D Kump Sac and TreaLJndJanap
oUs Ind
State Officers
J C Cantrtll PrfII Georgetown Ky
C M Barnett VIce President Hart
Hartford
ford Ky
KyS Secretal7 CalhounK1I
OhIo County Officers
H L Htevetusz ee leaver DamKy
DamKyC
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D Ford Trel1f Hartford ky
COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION
Henry Leach Chairman HartfordKY
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2J A Bellamy Whltesvllle K7
3 F D Baughn Hartford Ky
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f T W McQuady Balzetown Ky
Ii Richard Flumer TaYlor MinesKy
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