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HntorHl iwwiiWft to V st e reftoN
HfctHiwl, Ky., m rnnH riAMct ot tl uwil
, J. NEY FOSTER -!"""'
'AAAmm all eonmaiifcWbi to
Tie Hartford Rotfubllcan.
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r FRIDAY, JANUARY 6.
' Skeakor Cannon's Christmas greot
, ing to tbo country was characteristic
-and very much to tho paint When
asked for an expresslcn on tho future
outlook ho said: " The Democrats
have promised to reduce tho pr.ic&
uu tho products of laboi. without re-
uUtCllg M10 wages oi riaoor, u uu uuw
ca-ro to fciy anything more."
The Hartford Herald In comment
ing on tho actilon of tho Democratic
-Stato E,xo5utlvo Ccmmltteo in lgnor
, Ing tho wishes of almost every Can
didate for a S'.afco office hy calling a
primary insted of a Convention, mys:
""Was tho affair all cut awl dnkxl?"
yoai ar con tho right track for once.
Keep your ar to tho ground. Thoro
are other surprises awaitteig you.
''' Hon. Tom .B. McGregor, assistant
'Attorney Goneral under Janie3 Breath
itti has announced his candidacy fdr
tno Ropublcian nomination for "Atitor
my General of Kentucky, Mr. Mc
Gregor Is a young man of ,denidld
legal attaJnTnvD.ts and luis shown him
self .thoroughly capable during hs term
4n" office. Ho Is from Western Ken
tucky and should receive strong sup
port from that section of tho state.
.'''Hb will be remembered by many Ohio
county Republicans as the young man
. wb made such a splendid speech up
on the occasion of a flag raising at
Oemtertown, In 190S.
Ohio County Is coming to the front
with rapid strides as an educational
county and there is no reason why
in tho next ten years our population
ishoutd not double Instead of making
a'moasely Increase of a fax hundred
as It did during the last ten jiears.
' At the county s-.at w have, tho best
school which ihsis ever exl&ed hor,e,
from every standpoint and this Is not
; flaying anything in disparagement, of
former administrations of- Hartford
collego .either. Besides we havo flour
ishing high schoolfi.nl Beaver Bam,
Irdsville, .MoHenry,., Centfcertown,
' . i&pd ' Rookpont , Ohio .County stu
iaate meed not leave, tho .county . to
"' proBccoto ri education. Jihtll ready
tor ithio uTiiversity course.
While this newspaper is -Republican,'
oiitod and owned by Republicans, yet
'it will maintain an Independent! ohar
octier sufficient .to prevent M; from fool
'ing compl-jted to support menoranens
vrifes not Republican or' when the
former bo corrupt or nominated in a
mannit'x unfair or who aro net of the
kind of material which shouM boplac-
WdnJm nomlnatlnon for Important offl
cesfWo wiear no man's cellar, and
'because of the mime fact tbnit wo aro
Republicans wo cannot bo camjlod
.to Support a "yellow dog" simply be
xause he wears the Rubllcan collar.
Wo shall maintain a broad attitude
toward men of all rart&ts wtfih ab
solute fair tritnicmt for our oiipou
cntajas well o3 mn of our own par
ly, and nq one nerol export defense
through these columns who Is not
worthy, no matter what party tag he
Me& wttl ptace may mtmOm Ipi
PMritkw w .InriM ow Annm hWi
hr not htm Abte hr'jn
tma boMMM (ft portniy. A bUI )um
been rinwuwtxi irtR Iw piiiiiiit fw
Pmm wMeh pivMoa lor a Wte
Highway OmnmiMtoncr ivlm fcU pro
para ptaM iMd Kx;lfliitfc for (ho
road. It -pvovkka fef Uu Wv-y cf a
tax nob be wcovsd rfro cad on tha
om, hundred dollars of, MeeMnblj
preprty cf Kentucky lor tan puwose
frt aMliiz tho couftties in reftd build
ing. Under ita iwovlow8, o county
can reccivo atto aid until tho Fis
cal Court of (the Oowity elutN niako
appUcatiofl for It and then tsboKa'o
Is to pay one-half of the coat of tho
coRetrnctlcn acd tho county to pay
the other half. No county will be
entitled In any ono year Ho moro
than two po"r cont of dio total amount
collocttd in tho stato for road pur
poses and no coiwty la to receive
stato aid trntll it first provide for
a county' tax of not less than ten
conta on the ono hundred doltaraand
Fiscal Courts shall haw tho right to
mako a iovy of not exceeding forty
cents on, tho ono hundred dollars
for tbo maintenance of the roads, if
tho applications for Btafco aid exceed
tli e amount collected iby tho sithto, tlu
funds aro to be equalized by the
Stato Highway Commissioner. Thtso
aro tho main points in tho proposed
lav. Wo believe it Is only a ques
tion of fclrao .when tho nallonal gov
ernment ""will also furnish aid for
road building to tho various states,
contingent upon the furnishing of a
certain amount by the states them-1
pelves. If this law Is enacted, Ken-J
tucky will be In position to get her
part of tho national aid, We
have always contended that tho
national government could far
better afford to assist the
i farmers throughout tho country
int building pernjanent inccade
mlzed roads than In wasting 'mil
lions of dollars in building custbm
houses at cross roads towns and
building locks and dams across Utile
rivulets to please some member of Con
grses who expected to maintain shls
hold on his seat, by proclaiming to
his constituents hat itihroiigh his' '
fluenco so much money had been pas
ted in his district. We trust that
this proposed legislation, which will
enable Kentucky to put her
eelf abreast of the times in
the matter of road building
.will be placed upen. the statute
.books by he coming legislature, and
we desire to know in advance from
the" nxet repreeentatlv of Ohio coun
ty that ho Is pledged to every prop
osition lcoklng to thehulldlng of good
roads. Our farmers waste thousands
of dpllafs every yr-for (xtra teams
vehicles and harness .traveling over
mud roads, and the same amount sav
ed for a few years wculd mocadamizo
every foot of road in Ohio County.
i irf tlurt,
A. Y. Fo
a- ?I r
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.. x IS Of
L , s -
V&mmm . LCBfdS.
onl rohn 4 6S
horo the usd t
BoreCi. j nobuk
Tiro mrax tini.' u f. 'titlon
of the li January. Mmnj ifIaion
session la3 Wlntt?!
livo iloTOtny, wcwiTack-S"
zon of th Tho tr
a unlnioi diapptnl 1
tho ' cxllto ildoWB,
meeting ds. 'But away.
oriort vo i. kjcu s aim
speakers. . wtaft,
meet m t '-"wter,
the stato fiud Sprail T
Jocts wtT' mm4a.K"
men who I LRU0W136.
the condlttT. -About
by Invitatian you
Tho quosf.&a (r
handkuT by Arthu
of tho Columbia
has spent soveral
itiudy of the syi
Kohiticky. At I
address it was th
of the dukgates
What ho had fu
much food for t
enmemt upon t
per they had ovei
tho subject J
ing in .Kenilucky
Barker, who 'retlv
of thy' Court- ol
slty at Lrtxih;
speech wias a
Jits. Jaims A.
topics. The r
port of the pn
grpund that It:
cau rag's tho w
fight already s
tsmiCTt of the
,539. f 1k r. a
ick ff oItl
J at tho
n to givo
. wi, trfeasurtr
In yoguo In
Lest ato forget, we again call at
tention of our cljizrs to tho fact
that Hartford must arrange for some
manufacturing eetabllshments during
the coming year or" Jse all of our
.efforts and tha xiwiedlture of ihous
tsmda of dollars on staieets' and sew
.frage system will fall to mako any
'increase in bur population. A few
.evenings agd ono ot our cWz-ins who
has been compelled to see four atal
rsjartsons leavio hoina and goto other
4 town to find MijJoyimrit made the
fitoiement tliat 'no'les' than eeventy-.-live
young men" haVl ,BeaTout from
'Hartford within the ptat two oTHUree
f-yeote. to sek employsMBt'forthQfea-
wsa-thit wo havo oeAkMer. -This
fc'W ate of aMftSrs'wjd HfeouM
-Aoaeho bt tbougfatycf bur tl
eAlp; Will we rtf - ;$dly r aad
aw h belt bkxkl ifl lbraftr to
imve our town becaiife,-re,,tsan'ifur-4ifeh
n6 nearjiAJsiuloTncnt7 TWese
HMttera ar r8iKMUyrdIrctd .to
-the .Mayor, City CoudellAnd Commw-
ial CUibJodfrneOjii. 1
,-vr . '
n. bDCBd In
' . kKaiiky h&4
;4e KMmv of,
ymm, but tta
e U athasd 4wb
thing In tta U if
Notice Is hereby given ithat the an
nual convention of ,the Kentucky Stato
Union A. S. ot B. will meet in Bow
ling Greon, Ky., on Wednesday Jan
uary llthat ion o'clock and It is ex
pected that all onganilaid counties
will elect and send tho full number'
of delegates from the county, as , is
provided by the by-laws (two delugato
at largo and one nddltlanai) and In
counties having no county union (each
local will ho entitled to one delcgolto.)
Tho National Tobacco Growls con
vention a branch of tho A. S. of E.,
will moot with tho State Union; this
will bo a very Important mooting for
many reasons, one of which will bo
to arrange for the farmer to get gcod
prioes for tobacco umiformily all over
tho state, tills wo foel euro can, be
dono If all parts of tho stat& will
apply the business principles oF the
.A. S. of E. as they aro now hpinsr
applied Jn many , parte of Kentucky
and If 60 applied, wo neod never eee
burley tobacco selling at tho ruinous
ly low prices at which it la telling to
day? now we urge a full attendance
of delegate and . If you aro not a
delegate ,amd live within two hundred
voAlce of; BowJdng Green wo urge ypu
10 cone,ana,De one in tmmectingf
and you;aeed no be afraid that you
caavjiot to taken care of for wo
Mwe'tfoa tSat this City has .ample
hotel swcpmmodatioM for the occa
onji.BlTer,,peopie are ,big heart
ed aedl1see tbat your seeds are
luuy aappiMd;. now remember this
.wULheja JBeWng for businete It will
coaveoe amf Jan.unth, and wtiU, stay
m eeasioa till, the business of the
tOTclusloat of his
hed . tliem with
ght and ;eaillght-
ibjtct in.-a moro
ier than any pa-
ad or heard upon
tie present time
Judge Henry S
at Chlaf austlco
puals to assume
the Stato Unlver
hie feature of tho
lesxh. President of
leratlon of Wo
Jlrs. Charles J.
o on educational
advanced by the
H&3 for th-3 Eup
of ho state for
r wonwn, on- tho
uld do much to on
to continue tho
d ceiicolK'of the
r - v-
IGriram's falrlyHalcs. The good that
has been done In this region has been
remarkable and within a' few years
West Virginia will be .lifted from the
state of barbarism and tho anniver
sary of the birth of Christ- will bo
known by all men, women and chll-
uiruu um i2fiuo in- ene siaie.
PRIZES WARDED ;
IN CORN SHOW
At a mcetii
81 District of.
er Dam, on
l o clock p. mi
for tlie St
VI ' i-
b( the Republican
fe Seventh Senatori-
niueky, helddn Beart'-
17111 of Dec., 1910 at
i r,tho jiurpose of de-
le.Dlace and manner
candidate to.be -oted
Senator, for said
district at thslog'ular' November elea-
tion. 1911 Mr.
or the repri
tho 30th d;
seat in ea
F. Green was oleot-
hd J. 'C 'Flener, Se-.
wat 'ordered and dl
natives of til' ;Repub-
the Seventh Sanatori
Kentucky be held in
navel- Dam. Ky., at I
standard time Monday
of 'Jw., 1911 for the
nlnatlng, a Republican
State Senator -for said
oted fcr at the regular'
es to ta4d convenntlon
by bounty mass con-
o hCJ at the, county
count)', of (ad .'district
at 1 o'cloclf p. m. aandard tame on
Saturday, J. 2&th, plK Each coun
ty anaji utienuueuj o oneiueiegate
for ach lo huni xl ( or-' (raotlon
aver fifty Jotee can for tbel noml-'
noo for gi
form of vilng at'sa d eouaty raa
conyentlonJ'or imm easliall be by!
viva vocajThe, niml erior delegates
under tlioapportjB ent1 ttilcjwwl to
each of thJcouBMUvl foHows:
rnor ia said county at
. I . i -.t.'L
or eta.wta.TJ07. The
IV? . "I1
Muhlonticrl i ' ..:. J '
owo .,..j : r.f.jir.l.v....3o
. 1 Mf I- H.
convention, is finished if It takes a
whoa werfc, wewtpect-thait if the far
mere1 of 'Kenttipky. wU do thellr du-
ty the- will notice an advance In to
bacco price even while we are in
semtoa; andsatteteotory price got
toa. boM wcr eue ew fforte in Aha
work ikawfK fHaw; romnmborecr
retoiy Wltoe tbvwa In hJw Annual
ka .IKn.with our Aph- tft'iha yM,iu to' day ggUeg Jlt-
' .iJmms- W. . V-tiV''WW " r inmt, wk W osa
wuiarjr to. a.
West Virtiiiai ikpwv '&
owe. aail ihelr
state aoii .the
to ine proud
liulrv U iiuliu
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Zji7 r 'fTr- - mv.Tmmtr.mijirmi y .nrwatw coawwawi whom K,iMy
lnjji. iofrf Mlkai
en jiifEpii1tj"ir"' "'"-.
milAmL tkl fertu
jo-Jlt !,, tr
eyfflw :? """'
I 1 IM OHf MMfl
tths vvntrnQBr. dWi sure the fOory
iu fim. paMtedMi, ought uo know
Uwt tlui mdbt fcNtTt jnlnltrr -who
vr Hvwl In Wi( VrginMT Ha bom
and nataed. la (A moat Isolated aocticn
of tfto mxt. Tt can It bo pooaiblo
bhnt lie Mvt ta(wwaibt of the orl
ffiit ot ChristMn say? No, 76. But
heria "k tbo ftry:"'
"LiyJi in tho wountoin i!'l4.jrntjss
of wkteterWeat VirglnIarorov
cral hnlned iwownWtr.wra who kiionv
noOcin of Ghrlakwas, aad arc wi'ig-,
nonwiC m th-J Wfenrlana of thi Smith
Soa Island.? fa i why tho diy k fcie
brtl lH-oghdt tho civilized world.
Tho forefather's 'of thow niorikta
oora Mlgmtod to tho wtld sotiion' of
Wort Virginia - yenis ago .stjl ifcelr
children havo 'S-prung Up almct ig
norant of tho 'outsid-i .wor:d,;,my.
unabte to read and writ", whHowih-
er havo novor"m alfsMpn, uto-l
mobile, niilroad tralna or ovon Jock
rd within the walls of cur largo citle-i
Tb.t a class of- pioplu as tamcnint't
as theso mountainous shculd faidd.j
wltliln a stato like Woit Virglcw, Is
beyond belief but thes-j havte boon'
the conditlcns found by tho mission
aries of tho various churched of thj
steto who art now Invading th! re
gion to preach to thes IgncrxntMieo
plo the word of God.
The" Mcthodkt Episcopal Church Is
perhaps eencUrig main mlsrtoswlos
Into tho mountain regions -than any
othrr church and tho neporta that;
hai 'j tan turned into iho district: sup
erln tend onto by these missionaries
oro very lntcrestlrg. Tho missionaries
during the winter .months rid-j " ami
drive over the snow-covered mountain
ranges to brjcg wcrds of che'er to the
poor mcuntainver and famlly.v With
their cabins erected miles, away from
any hamlet tho children of .thd'moim
taineor rarely have tho opportunity of
going to school and live and die un
ahlo to read a lino or write their own
In his report this month which. cov
ered his field in this eeclon.a mis
sionary wrote an. Interesting, artlclo
on tho people; iwhoni ho etatod wcro,
anxious to l-jarn the' wofkinga of the
puteldo world, tho ory of which to
them sounded r Jkla a chapter from
en receipt of
le 178 Kinds of Cake
1! Jr ll 1
mas xor an peouic
idle with Royal
t waJTwMmMmvmJi'. m
7iv. V T,Vtf.Jl
. . ?. JK.WC. -r
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- 'IN OK!
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ing tho holidays with his parents Mr.
and Mrs. G. "W. Camfield of Green
Growers jf Cereal Make Fine
Exhibits at Lexington Swine
Lexington, Ky.Jan. 3. Despite tho
blizzard weather the first annual corn
Bhow of th'e Kentucky Corn Growers'
Association) opened jat Stato Universi
ty heiio to-day wlta encouraging at
tendance. There 'wire -3S entries in
tho twenty classes,! practically all of
which, Wei .weJl filled. McKc-e Bros.;
of Versailles, captured the bulk of
tho prizes, taking jtwo swee'pslakps
and a number of firsts In tho class
exhibits. A M. Casii and wife. Airs.
Molllo Cflsoy, of Fayette-county, and
R. M. Squires,, of
were close seconds t ch capturing sev
eral awards. Prof
Winter of the
jnt Unl'rsity of
Illinois, , was surprt jd at tho naiin
ber, and quality of
has tho soil ami
flp of the, great
s of. tno. Union
says that Kentucky
climate to become
The corn show wl
Tho Kentucky SwJ
Boclauon is In seeJlon ,hro to-day,
with prominent bneddcrs present fcom
vanloua pants of the
bad weather tho attendance Is not
larg-a. Tho feature i t,jthe morning; sea
sion was tho open- iddness by Proi
went, J. uiwia ueu rio,! of Jefferson
county1, an addreiw Prof F. Paul,
Fiaher. of CoUmbu.'.O.istlte, Veteri
narian on hog ho'liraaad the judging
w. Bpeeders' As-
of wino at thf ExpeftfhW Stailon
Baptist Cktirck it 'Marrows.
We, the Baptist , Narrows, Ky
have called for ouij liatator for iiiui
fdMbwlng years Ra . yVarA Taylor.
And'we".are'kpwiyiB4 and hopteg fcr
a wonderful .vtMoaM. K t ' -
Our Sunday Mbe is fyie4ii)jf
nwy undw ibe m ntiaimiwit'ef' M.
C, Gmhaia. ' ' v , 'v
Everybody Wmi d'to aMMI or
scliool we wW ;tey Mm yv'
I ' a 'Sui r"'Sl .gie'y.
tf . i i
m 'm - . , '
Tarns in Bigger Cons
Taxes and Fenaltfesn
"" ' WIN
Any Other jjtlti
-Lexlngton( Ky. Jani
of the Commissioner ol
venue- received from
Louisville to-day, mal
ing- for the 'Revenue
of which- Capt. R.
tho noacl ana which cc
tire State of Kentucky!
During the year 191C
and his man were at
dealers in spirits, beei
etc., who havo failed
tho Jaw. the 'encrmoul
Durlngtho iear 191
ing tho year threo regkt
lories In Kentucky have
for viola tin cr the Revenue II
Aiso during the yearli2i
lerier have boanajizedby i v
una .rowwig . out. ot vscsizuri
foity.-threo arrests havojepclde. I
in .the year unaerj
ngenns cusnecupn uio cpBVjworftj
obrtataed for violation, ofirbviaws
In the State of Kentuck;
Both Cant. Shelley,
lators -to the coufjty,';
ranging fromslx td Whf
in charge omd Ludlow
lector of Internal RuHnVr tlie
N. Berryman. wtait to. Hart
ford yesterday on business. t".' t
Mr. Ed Dootch epettt a few -days
last week with his mothVa- at Cromwell
Mrs. Amanda Cornfield is onif -the
sicKiist . jfy:
Mr. Grit Reed of Rock port is the
guest of Mr, R. W. Taylor. "4
Mr. Marivln Taylor left 'Monday for
Rochester, Ky., where he will attend
Threo very successive schools 'clos-
rwi -ESwMn... iVivli.,vnm !r 'Hft.rrv
v8.h-r$ Leach, teacher; Union Hill, Mr. Ross
1 , T teacher, Oakland, Mr. Edgar Taylor
it' is.- at.
'!., & wwwuwi.
auo ciir, ... ,,... ,, . -U7411I'
musses Marion nnu murgHJui. lvaiii-
ams will kave for school to-aay.
Mr. Nuto Brown has moved to Grtf
j River neighborhood from Muhlenberg
Mr. Trillin" Williamson, of. -Luzerne.
after Bevwal" days visit, to his ma'jhev
in-law 'Mrs, Margaret TayJor and
other relatives has nteurned home.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Taylor and Rich
aylor of Graham, spent the holidays
with- itholr "parents Mr. and Mrs. Hi
ram Taylor of Taylortown.
Mr. Roy Benton returned horm
after several days visit to his brother
and sister in Muhlenberg.
Mr. Fox Brown went to Hartford
yesterday on business. ( f
Mrs. W. P. Bennett and children
.-..... n .-hi. .Lira loerf UTall Ur'fll V T
thu-enuo . ., ,,. , rpi f
lir. iUJU 1UJO. XV. Y. lojmi tuiu.
daughter Sallie Mablo spent a-.fe.v
rlnvo 1ns WAAk tllA EUftSt Of frlfOl'ds.
pAgant . -.-.nrfi-a ln" HnnnWAll.'
1 MK Henry Hiinley has returned to
Fifth Kentucky dlstrict,fnK w hls h,ome ,ln -? oUi oSter a. t0'
,..., .,.i f fe. T M friends and relatives.
.vj j..-ui. . uto 4Vff'r i Has
baan made, ln the last jkoK
In Memory, i
Of my dear mouher, SusanlMjQker
who donarted JthCs Hfe Novi(2tn
O, mother, our souls longtfor, .
uui my voice na lorever ,aw
No moiie thy precious faooiwt t
iNe(verjnor can uiy iKao-porf. -
I Mr. Will Cox. has returned to his.
home In Illinois after a visit to his
' uncle Mr. Franco Cox.
Mr. Q. M. Benton spent a few
days last week with his son Mr, Char-
I ,, . '. rf.:i,idi, .,
110 DcIHUlI Vi. uiuiucut, VJ vvuutigr.
Order Your Flowers.
Wb tawe pleasure In annoui
Mrs. n. D. Walker as our a
Thouwast.gcod.nd.loyfogftrug, your dtyf ordor ,taklen,
Thou didst try to. ltadji fk
Thank God for a mothirrac j
,io roinaw win joyous iueiig
Dear mother, it will not,i)stk
Until wo 'in& m that fatr. la
To stog tha overlastiiiB soog,-
ith na. toivenjly bteod-n(Mi!
baad. . .
Uiotil that ttmevo tay adieu ,;'
...... ,!. , 1
weu-Btrav. ,m vcryii wa w
To JlraBO that we'Jnay miqt
ln-garmiJitB pure and i wii M
Walker will receive our bast otter
tion., .We carry a full stock of flow,
ers'for adl occasions.
J ' NANZ FLORAL CO.
Li,Sttiemerntof th'o't Condition of tho
BANK OF HARTFORD
' Far "MM v .
One hundiM wft jt-a, nam atei )-
At the Close of Its Seml-Anaiual . .
Term, December 31, 19i0.
Bills Dteeounted .... .,..X$18C,891.&3
Cash on hand and duo from
Banks ... 35.06.7tf.
Jan.. 3. Rev.. Barbeo pmch at Stocks ad Boada .... .: 'e.SM.OO
Coe-1 Springe school -house StJiay Baaking House and Lot . . 3,W0.O(
W,".! VKl$ luPwrfu Furakure ad'.'Wxture "iiOW.O
Vdjwox SttBay Jijjjt, lted4vj ehak m-Cm-X- 18.JiT
','" J .ft "lauBfcWiae , - . , ;. ' ;, ' -
f KnfliwTyMaCoell tf-ji:. Total .... V... .v. ..tMJ072.64
rt to ;thjlr.tofaw; TMdaW'. . LlABlU'riBg. ,'
vm, to jkriii-WOnAaaiid 'M,-, Wnkal Stoek .iJJW.O
li 'annum ....sa,w.o
HlvWldakd No. 47 ...', .,,.... 1W.0
WOW , 178.4W-64
.'Str. ui IWrHnrfv -H'.lrlA
iBAja ntnfii r TMiiMTiaT' niiD'hi-'i -
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