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DEVOTGi) TO Till: INTHKCSTS OF ALL THE PtOPLE OF OHIO COl'NTY
Subscription $1 per Year
W VOL. XXV.
HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KYn FRIDAY, JANUARY 24, 1913.
No. 28
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Y AM GANG
At the Mercy of the Relent
less Firebugs.
Rival Bands in Fierce Competi
tion to Secure "Business,"
and Stop at Noting.
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i-OliVjago, Jan. Sl.-mirrtlVrur ilbwloamTwi
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4.
ji, resolve to Vie ex,Ltf
jT htMAXml E-Jibn uf "f
W "-fjo,i Vv i'.To "t klllll
y amnx'iitn no atv
rl-Uve lo Vie ex,Ut(nou or rvl olj
rir ijhw tu ciii
1 of VMtlQIPitltl'VI
altounl lf have
Uij.
wn wultiy liy jiMlt'jw (iniun iio;r
4Jly ,;v4Mtlan an,iljlH,rln lUtninj'
k lirlbv SUte offlclCf lnVuVj'rfitln
vmfHaTy ,rf ro nuulo by A. ..
9li. O'Uof UMMiiy SUV I,'l' M-tnul.
tlr. JtifJi i!ii iiVtI to tnU. of t, 0
njlwfd ii mf ilr.it U- to li fifind lmar
IBKxt fjiuimV after Iciii nine of l'ie
i t of Jixi'1! Clurk.-, lnijr.Lno al
fMAtc', wlo Is (UUI lvue rfUrn
vvify tp Kluitril J. Uttur, ..HsUt,cit
- nje b .VitoriKy, In uti off trrt p lrl'ie
klai.
-vn W lloUiMnt c' ari'.njr CUifk." with
rtlnn ww p:(t!invil bt?foi JtiJk
)ii-lip. Tie tru MU ClJrltn,,l' tWn
in!. JIU IxmiU wans UN' ! at !''
Ml.
"CJiJcifio tJay, I IlVji?t has the
lttIo 'flT Imu1 f an- ml) In tin
infxy," hi.V1 .Mr. llvli. "Tlwy avj
Xt. Uwvleil tf7!i'Kir ns one Kan, Imt
Vro ane erl Katies (it iwn-k, aivl
4h irlaJr? annxns the (Uffiivr.'. hiil
rf trpvptauUTM U bltvr iinl kon
-i in t'v cnvU'Ion btjlw fn uiy
cWyi at trailinii. IVmn iui ffv
in Hn Q'iVjiBo known as Imuiinr'e
wljit. i-n who olvn sit V f Sr, , bjjfo'-w
f I'' phyi. Ti'iey ) ltli riialr
hita n, !ii;o a'llonoblVH In null-
In.-,
I v
rl. nalln lp tfiat a fbu
Jilt tp b rttartrtl. ap on W fA y
altuatt
Jo!iV " ? aLirni to na -i.
iV '"l'i
ifl A-uuii nw niXJiistwi do ni
otuoH- svii't flr tJuftmtVv.g, Viity
nly iun l h Vint, mnd tho) ouily
wdlitt wlrM. 'Vheiy mak,i their tiwnr-y
Vy rvlu!Anff Oe Jpsses.
"Oin pv cwit of the flnrn In O'lVvviu
-e of jlndeiiiUir' tvb;ln. anU mir d
twthiia, a,i ,ll as finjnxui. (fanivtily
hwnw ctl iname uf ,Uiv airacm ttnm tfiat
fvjyinilble lor rah fSn.
4l)'iiOfse 'fr'Jbufl, know ,tlia,t Viny are
wnutfil. Tlvey wi ae the arjfla"
tV)" to caU at my office, tuul orv pa-
tVim Imsbited on taking m, out
p dlntvT. We toll Mum to Wie'.r fJS
at tjiy are 'tlrribuga' and that ww
will -wxMk inlslit and diy t lail 'T.
It U uotl)in urrunimun for on,t ot yiee
knrjMi iirqbug tp offtir our deVicitiUw
brHics. Tl(y are clover and nir talk
aftfe'n t,'js As a pavilblljty of ,wil viim.
T1I' CVarke Incident, In t,lie S-lVj'S
AiVVu ' office, uvm ununual. V
Utsvt net Aan attir trai In on- oJft-i
iJ, lUtl'ipUiSli Uwy W pffer h -(Vo
.U-u V) or llJ .cm ,tl street, dhj'wlll
)Mnr walk Into a tioiP. It U a pao
ftWfgnejnvun'a w on I (ujilrvst timot'ier'w.
tfrfjjwfcsm-in'! wo
J WV1 f6 Uu'a
Index of all Una snf-
In Chicago. V have
ll l6ViaUvj" atclilng Cvolr ve.ry mjirw.
. ( wid hUU It 13 ItrtfKisjuie to K'ure irm-
Alf.!inn nliA n.l.llaA n.ili ntflap mur
rUlessly and. If opportunity, a33arl,
vvvuld not he.sdtate tor a Siocuul to
jMUfol xn cacli qtihej.
"As 'ovldqnce of itlw oyen way In
w!lcli Ithmo 'f Irabu' work, frple)e
wltli ailoh pt(!aur for liiwlneas, rurp to
fines In aUjtQinobtlrp ,tiO ot on (lie
yiwiujnd before iutt competAtora, a,nl
boldly pifclalni ttfit t,lyy ixn. .ajljuit
any auf?lClU3 lost, I w,lll say filujt we
u.! ft,'.n Infqrmod ilajs In aJvfia'e
v,'lwn and w liaro fliv.3 an) ito ibe HtunteJ.
"In Wi-t way we ore abl9 tf nivevt
m,ony IvJia-es nrt kefip down Vp hiatal
fxa frpm InoernJlarUm.
"Nlgt a'-er tUslut wp Jiaw hu1 de
,tectlVfts wvit'lilng bulUlnxa tihtut (ia I
aan (mwkieU Car ,Uw ic,h. Wis lwxe Imi
tHni tlti iae led ya it bulldlnss with
tfie Cflj-Viiflnt flUeJ iwit'i vcll(r, tie
ttoons eiturp'.tti with all and Uve Btook
jckHj In vm,butlble nm-terial. All
?- uu rsnntlil An uig in lliaClfv tlLA ill
v T 4 ...
ajnukoe oonquinlicii iuvl Me t' in
lcimrniQ cianpftleil. In uch cafle tlie
l!jflriire wvfv HtarWsiJ.
. "Onp-Vurj.t. OidJuatr, known oa a
lnrebus,' called a.t piy office anfl wkw
If I uiuld suKt a lesltlnute hu'.l
nait tlia,'. lie could wjim In- -He -IJ
fc.t Jib wa,s Url of ia,vln evnnqne
ica Jilm a 'flrpbug.' Tl- mn hat
'KttMn wnftlllij on Imvnillury fltos."
j Me. Jfrion oJ 1 1 o hM p mtitlwil
i hartpw ntr,v'n.l the a on tin, of Ci'v
onto iM foUtiwltur nm"l!"t'(j ulif -1
1 nu nl. 1
"It Ih nowtble for any na tu rH i j
tiultdtmr HiifKl It Ol&vn. Tlw" urn
flvl clnrgrH for tic niwk, anil tho
trnu, wi.o iiwiir-. ui i.um iv jiri rty
will fln1 men bldjllns tvnAnm irvli
(ViVr for t'ifl i. I'Vr wrnll tlrctf (flora
U . nrulnH(ri ('barge of ISO ttr pent
of V .InwiiKW tollcratcil.
"TYro han',i vrirlM nrcunVng to t'io
nvurnlttuVs of t!-o TImm. J'or AirM
fires t'i.no Ih n uIvvbo of 1 ffysr cant
iinl win at fc'iit prloe f-jj flrfjii,rs
ffrtriv tUJi. T'iww Ins not ben a sin
gle tm 'rtl'Mi for a'Mn In ChV-uro
during itliio last ymr unl a Jialf wJ
w1'iVah I am awnr,r
i ... .:h,i
lit 4m rrJAtkally Inw.-i-ila Ifl )
wo li'j if,tiLal oUlip Vtifi. will ., tnr bjj corn k oivuT, nrw frJJid Url uf
c(mU'l. Our ojflco lwik p.il'ce ronrM ,pi,ylatIon Ms roojn nt .'.01 J)sli
VA. -are il.o!nt!y n'lwij T.U- V j1 Ua-e 'n.Mue thlrt afternmn. UTio bjy
loss frjiiii Ini'vullary flrn Is rj'. a
Krwl cw lni,is-ln,nl. Ws liy ntu irorn
twj to ti ilnsti flrrn a day. Most of
liiwi arr 311 all cl t flre, wefwe tnn
a- wpwii'Mi uan'ltiK to nrn u tjVlr'abl
cUVrtrt iuiI otl',-t l"vii(-axe iWr.
nAT t,irt tin's."
Klre " Marilml Sofffrl'p1!! crj-'iTit"!
Mr. ltaoh'M ivMilon f,'iat 10 nr cit
of Witt- (ir.ti In GVqiro w,,re ln; 1,1 j,' y
and that tV ftrem,fcLn knsrvv a'ip f.P'--l'w?
b 'i-rlit at;l aim-, Viq wh umble
to xure uvld i ai'n t'irn.
' Hamlet To Go To Rome.
iSn;t. HirMda' Hi'PiV4't. (if IMbJIe
Intrt't'on, liaji ibiqn rUn't! a tWisiit)
t re;ii.nt Kvitucky p.t t-1 Itural
UbMilt Conw to b-5 lwld In lt.m,".
tta,ty, iVj.rll a; r'n pjr"lnUntn- w "
mnl liy.Vio "t'-mrn (U1uaV.Vv Ctit
f3nii uf Vi itrlp nil IlaniWU wv'J
nccfTAt ith .TCwVvtniint,
CABINET TALK
Declares He Has Made No
Decision.
Has No Substitute for Inaugural
Ball and is Awaiting
Suggestions.
Prlnqtilon, S. J., Oaji. 18.-di(sVl'3nt-elfiot
WUson relteira-ted toni'iX aluait !v
Ijid irfvle ausolufeily no dieclnlon ais to
the jwrtfAnml of his cablnot dnd au4.l
that, tihua fa-, lw had nat conscwusly
q'infenreU .wlUi any p-oTi- candt
dateo. "I miouUln't do tlwl," lie said, "un
yi I hail finally mode up :uy mini '
pliek ?! man. I liAN-ttn't onao!ousiy
comulUHl wlUi ' any future Cabinet
m,3m,bni" and added aa an afluT.
thquh(t. "tlugji I mlffht liable on
suited wlt)li o,ne rn'fl wihom I m(l?at
subseitnutxyy dlvooa,'
Mr. .WlUon again exwRJ his le
llf tirajt It was unlikfjly any of itve
men wjlwun he sMecta far W cabin.,
will it'iViao In .vecept Uw jYrt,'fnlos
otf-!fl it,lnv. I' JiPd iMWJ uttjrgRiUU f
him that 'many mit weiw loath to glv
Vwrtr lusnns ,tio RTityir tne Cabinet.
He Maid ivs riUlKnd (ttifl nxon! fUvo tjiit
win aonf'.lims nwaiairy.
"A Qtit)lnnt ' nmltion, tftos' Ive rp
mark(id, "U a iry r?a?0rk3lblB one
n-hne ypu rtan't Cit Vfry much qra'llt
fpr )xwir auoyasas, vnd cntoh it lim-d
for fllr W"111'" He antic Vpajtd little
diriWi howwer, lv aal. in st)tln.i;
aoe3tpirvS from aiich ni(n ad .he mljrM
chowe tor the Marions purtfoUou, and
salu VtxX rat until Jw had Rx4e up n
cpmpjqte Ute would be frusta to
cunnujl wJ'uxni die had p,lcktl out.
When Mir. VAWn wpis ln,Jo,pmfd to
nlgjht tftflA paople In Wflihuvr'an ,we.re
taklas U for gnmtd J,!U a pqnulax
rnpMan .wlU b Bubn'.ltuUJ tor the
Uiusui'uJ hall, he (said )ie Had ftpete,l
V r.Up eu3set'onii a'omg (that Itae.
"I aviumed.-" ,ha vaVl, "l'w.t aanic
tilttng would be jtubutt.ttod. 1 rtMtlir
twptid ithjit Mr. .Eiwtls wwuld lay f'iie
pfan tnr nie."
WlWaim Oorcoian Kiulls. tf)e In.
auaunal oVxlrimm, was r,erteid t)
hw'i nxalWl liU reiily today to th,e
ao,vnYr'is lettflr ireCMninindlnff the
eUniljiajtan 0 t'le UU1 from nv In.
augural eatlltLes. The aot.qrn.oir jraid
he fwul vt ret fleoehed. it and pj-o,bly
wwiv'jd not uirtll he racld liU HSfl.'e
In thp aut toue at fl;retan, (Moy. I
KENTUCKY BOY
CHAMPION DEAD
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Best Corn Grower Dies In
Washington.
Was Guest of Agricultural De
partment Along With Other
Prize W nners.
Was,'iln;tnn, Jon. 21). Lrittfr Hrynt,
- ' of UorkfleM. .Wnrrm county. Jvmtiukvd
had evidently blamji unt Vo was b'
mistake. II.J hai unUjub'(cd'y fjjltim;"'
el to reuc'i the lnr wlin tht gn
wtts ivierp(irtnit him, fr jibt lnlv
wls fun 11 1 on t!u) f'j.T jjar t!s flof'.
Bryafi. ;mis ti f jm mYuiy Sjulioin
Lwli) wjio ovme lisw on lnvl'i'fVm tf
t'u Deprirtni, nt of A?irVlJltiuiv ,fo- a
pr'zs for 'lis cp-JWTai us n r. n trniA".
Ilr ns a t;ili-U i-ounto hoy and Ka
Utjt'4 of ,'h n-pil'in aypllan es of the
nty. ,
It'ifie ftp 'itt Ivjuts 1'J.e ouns Bry
ant told ,wlth sVe of his a.pf-!ni'.lons
of ri'eiisu- In nMn? ttyi cinVnl. ile
Tnt to his rooming Jjouao on Ills a-.
rlal In Wiislirs-iixi at mldu'Kht Su'i-
lay, anl It was itt until aftur non
6day tkt his lly , fotifid. The
DtjaV- family at lloikfle'iJ ) us hjn
nT".ftfl and will bi askp-l to dvcUe
as tJ th dti,rtjl'j3n of iw bo)ly.
I'.VSdKD IIHUOIJUH I)UI5VII,l,K
IvoaUvllle, Ky., Jrin. 10 l.cstr iBrj-
aint, t' f boy j-ljunplon coin iroluc-r
of Knacky,, wlo mat a tragic ill alh
In Wa'iuvit-on this nifternoon, nsrvl
f-jiojfj'i Liuls,vllle Sa'JUtxJiiy Ii(om Ms
Uomi9 at Itoikfeld 2i JUs way to Wis"-.-ln;ton,
wi'iurj Uiy tfianpliins of all
the JViVn wl'l Kdth'r iff a flxo rtxjs
edjua'ila'ial tour of flhe pipltal bj
f,jr' attirjJIn3- tih)J NdTinnuI t-ji E.
pojltiun Jul Ooluiubla, S. C, Jpinua-y
:r.
Hrjirvt wois flffpn years old. anl
had .wan $30) in prl&x on his corn
products. .The championship was award
e,J an an uflr of ca-ji tihat Pirodiuce.1
U3 bus-Tials, jiptUng- $70.38. Soirw of the
stAUcs w,.-e tlfteeej feet Jilgji ami ir.iv
s in ears to Uu) JiUI. tfU oVwJit Oo 1.
lli'pr was Bdnard Qallreln, "asd fif
tawi, of Jeifersoji county, wlhcoe corn
ran ltf 1-.' buslvels to 1.9 prlz,) acre
at a ne.t profit of $8 50. ll-ia-it (was a.'
qumpanj'ed to Ioulsvllle by Kfld aiultoji
lr, ,w;io its In aharae of 'Ui Bqjs' and
OWs' Club a-k of tlw iWieptftm Nor-nyi!
Sohool. Jplin M. AUvartpn. of Lwitvlll.
PfUil the capenbes ot (ii t)nlp out 'of
gMirinal lnteivst In (the tleA'elopment 'uf
asrirulture In KejUitoky. Dppiaiii'imi-ints
of tne Sta,te andJ3a-i4rn(Tiiejtt (nmd tl.e
Nor-m,aI i5fchoal ana pp-opeinaUi la en-
courasAng crop tbocm! mt Hhrpiuiah ti
afltini of prizes.
While In Waahlnaton, iryfimt Intend
ed tp lslt the W,hV.e itouse. (tilw Nu
tlonpj Museum, bhp SVHh,so?laai iIBntl-
tutlon, tihe CoiUloJ and qther PlajQcp or
Interest. 1 1
NATIVU Qf WAItr$EN.
Boinllntf Oren, Ky., Jan. l.-jH?ist(;r
Brjan,t, Kentucky c'lamjiton oqnn Hnn-
tf, who was aanl-fyxlafjeid in Vl-hVnir-tpn
wnp a son ot (William A. BWjimnit, a
wfvll.knpiWTi Carmeir of ,the aackjfUd
nft'ffhbprhoicd. Jle ,ww hut fWtenn Me-i."
oU anri 'was barn and mqanqd An ift'w
ntft qounty.
YoAng Bryant lyvl o1w.b lM-?n a
close atud-ttt and uyiis In fils ae, (anth
giiad. Liast swir he wjas sfyjond In
Wa.rrn county In 9 Boy's Conn Grow
la? content, making nltv)tiy-a.VKn ftuah
aU on ihls oone. Titils jigijr (he twUnwI
all ibfyg In the SVvt)e wlt)h US buhvls,
fifty. five poi;n'i. tltt mtifb M tcaid
w'.th Boone uounty white, mhqh aii.d.le
his neoord all tlie m;qne (qcm inkAbe.
1
Archbald Goes Back Home.
P ullajtleiUxhla, Pa., J-.viuaryJC.-iFiqrtiier
Judge Habftqt W. Aqchbald, iwlo wias yJ
tMVvy dtrdriPed ot ftls (stoiVis a juJce
of the Corrrmwipe Qnu,nnt by iUm UMte')
StVv Senatte, spent last njtght nt
Ue ineisldniqu of pne pt Iris sons In I
Wils c'y and tqay iact four hU honv
In cnajntion. Pa. ThVifprnnr Judg, de
cllrxl to P lrtirvlewieid, bat Ills son,
who MPjike ior (lilm.qilds 1
"My ifU.thqr'" comiclenpe to cliqajr. He
Is jjalng lione to practice law. ,Ho will
Start all fqijar aa(n. ily Uf&tep hai
been a cqurtaas, dlllnrent fMA ieioxmI
luchjje, Pilixi his klndmess If Jiyart
account fir many pf his df(fcuW,qs.'l
ITUMEY TROT
III! I, !,ll Rrtl I
Gov.' Wilson Feared
Vould be Danced.
Real Reason Big Inaugural Is
Pulled Off Reception
Planned.
Wi'i'ilnti'on, Jin. 20 ,T,Uo real txiainn
why Pr 'iVI"Ht-.-lect M'lbrw cuskrd that
tiVre If jw InausiTol liall was (-U jn
fiu InauKural Cbmmltto" Jiepo tpjjy bj
TiViimj XieSwm Pj,i;, clialnnmn at W10
It-ytrlon Co nnuVm .Mr. lipn n-1
fie lfpl!inl-e!tct blng a aiilok Tf s
ti terib n ciril orrnd tp tYiythlni- Juit
tlurt pi'wt d'-corous danolntr, f,artid that
tfie "tn-kj- trot" iuiiI kindred much
mlV'irt M -Indices wpull l In full ')i'a?
on t',5 tVor, arU Jj d'.d nqt w-ajit
M,rs. WIU,on and his ilj,sht'is a-l-
1 ,nd a fu-iictlon w'uire inqh danrs ,wtnj
In VQ:ri nj. '
Tj .cfmmlMee, at fir I tm In-? D-.
Pats. ni'W off tl.lnp.j.Lriil bofl rml
put xo'in Co.n(Wpss the nutlon wfiritli-
'J H'l'j- a'uill bj a pnibiyc 1 ej.vci'Jcm nt
tie Clir)til ire ols'jvu'ieire on thp nliit
of aiarq'i I.
T!ip "pa'irVjt'c" lU5lncfp men of t'io
tiaHons' capttal. find m? Vat fVl
fnke iSUhfcrlpt'ontH to tj'vj liniutaural
will nu. be uiiornvtrltflen by ull re
ceipts a-- In Unys Rist, liiaie ln3kl
Up iMHr vockvtbookt, n,nd will pot s'ltn
tfjjlr nine's tyj ohicks n fiely "ni )fi:"
did w'ien they ix3o'rl all oont-ibJ-
lloni ,U) lw nqturii'd wjjti'i Intvit.
UUinwlilo, t'io"e vrl o fi-a-d of Dr.
P.iaj's r-?iarks to lay are wontlfittii;
w'la.'vir tine n.t AlmlnU'na'jIion will
be epiifVally' Htraltlw d. Jl'he rratl'H p--mlt
tiVlr susa ,tfivilano3 the "l'urk.y
Tioit'' If tfujjvola'e, and thus tpiv tlje
da,rv fat ib'pii la-aa full oramuilii-, Dnt
tyivsr Unlpjjit fin (t.ura slla'-test p-j--tQUlar.
It Is nilirii'aad tiliat If p pub
Ikj Jt-oai-V3n Is hld th9 women folk of
the iWllsjon fa,mlly will nqt oitte,nd.
T.I10 commlttqe decided a pqbVc r,e
ci'ptn W93 not within Its iurkadtc
tt'on, and If ons lsifld Conynasa rnust
ainppqprlatie and (muke the aiepea.xry air
roag'iniem's for It. Th.3 fo,Tinilttiie too'
tnfl ip.cnt'i'o.n that ,tlw proaoal it--ea)(tlfDn
uniinr mliie awfuct of .the Joint Consri
slonol Inaugunal aammHtee. In a irepol't
tbn 4,he q:mvnlti5e anpqunceil tliRt It
wpuld flj-opqraiatie In e.vsry wy passible
wtfdi nil anKWAjeniervts Vqr t1 huoop
ful Imnuqrati'ion ot the PrAld,Mit-n!iqqt.
The mtimhws of t,he Jqtot Consres
a'onol Comfmttte'cin t(fi,9 Injaua-imafJon
are Sfrw,c,-a Cnine, pf iMassuohfuscitt;
Biooon, of Oei-Eia, and pwinman, of
NiVtih Qorollna, and fte-prepen'p.Uius ,11;-
KiiiViSiy, o,t IJltaals; Uuck&r, at (MUsoui-,
and1 Oanpeitt, of Tenmeasfie. Sinatpr Cm'R
iliVllnqd itplay to express on aptnton
TOSWdUig the pqoppsed oeiqp(Vlo,i, stat
ing that ,t,he mnftt'ir lipfl not ptflclallv
bean plac," bpfons fito committee. The
suggeiteid awpcpjtlon r.j(et with the jhepirty
vnp'oval qf ltctpn4'enitu,Uo McKlnley.
Gov. WUspn's wilsh, In the evnt of
tVre Balng a public xtctptloiy on Mpjr,.vh
4, Is tliat Mm. jWUson aiulAlw MiUscd
Wllron fshquld not be ipxptcted to at
t'nd. This iiformatLon whs coiixpjviJ to
tho Inwagural Uammltt.-io having in
Qh,arpj th Inaugural ctre.mon.les.
Trenton, N. ,1 , Jan. 20. Preqldent-,alrct
Wllaon ftjdoy suggested that a popular
neo'fttlon In the ,Oapltso,l building at
Wellington bo pubstltqtieid fo,r tle ll
augural ball.
Mr, iWllsqit this 4na-i'mg hafl receive 1
a 1tlgraim fiwn Mr. William Concorau
Kustls, ichVrnvui ot ,t,hu Inaugural Coin-
mitt?, tasstinlru? Jilm trt tha lmxuiniiMl
Oomml would comply wl.h ,U .wishes
with rejtxpt to t,he abandomart ut the
ball. -V l-.ttieir plw ajne asking tfie JUvh-ld?!t-oleict
Qor sufigfstlons.
"I s.ujia?sited for thlr unsld)ratlon,'
said Mr. ,WilUyn, "a geinra! trPoctpUiqn In
the oalun4 of ,'jhe jCliipltol."
Mr. Wilson fu'd Jne mxpeotnd the details
to" be wnrked out by Vw commUtje,
but re,1ftO"ed Hw wlli Wiat tle ontl-o
Qsrrmotxy of (the InauguiuiUon be molo
"as Alnrple a Is oqnstsVnt with dltjut'y
and ordier."
Hundreds Ask "Per Capita."
Washington, January Sl.-V nWiaapr
story uWiujanIng In a huinpious vin
the pqr papta cUcuVm of rnqiviy
In tpw UndVd States lias Cioqled tlm
TneiUiuiry Uvpwtment ,wlth wpllaatlqas
for th $34.7! wthUth, If tlw nation's
wvalith Wfce dJvoVd f(quUi-, vpuflfl be
tho DTtfon of eiry man, wo'iran anl
eJilM In flip tounfiy. I
Thr Kitjji y fncWfousty fold those t-'io ,
BvtPfl nf. ! WtX( Inlay n vpjmpe I '
Clcprsp 1J. TtTfu-fft-j, dltrrlor of i-j
j mint. Ono wpman wotr: "Ivlndlj f !
'ini'l bv rinl tin.' mv .llvl.l .,.1 nt ..
It 5i3.A7-7.aw. w-.'ci, 3 rsi.72. in rr
il lair bills anl stvnti-f.o Hnnls.'' 1
Aiio'4--(r ojrjillmnt aatjl in wiwt a mv I
tnl nutn wli'i n fiii(lj,( pful 5p Y(W t
t'l" cwcmrii'M would t-)X bo ofOjminl
by hbi renui it for hfg own.
Mr. IViiVrtx Ima dm win up a clrculir
1 "tier In which ho as lip mut il'jap
p)Ini Ha applicants wWi yv ln,tor
tnj,yon thajt tho Trsafiury Uepintnii"iit
cn;upu,Vs nipnijily t(i pfr cntitt.i clr
oulaf ion on a ti'ippirc-iiijai bals, anl
law no co'ol or,r Its dlsVibutiqn.
Surprises Husband.
U'lebrran, Ky., Jan. 21.-.W. I EinunJ
a fUnpiinnan of t,h'j oUy, nUo ia man-
l .. !.. r-..... . .
. vi ww v-y wuncu, jiari on al?w-
ni'il wnvls a t'w daxs ago w,in
ho w.nt ftwno and told 1,1, wlf,, pf n
mnvnemofte had ju powhoaed of W ir
wl John WVItfit Jle had only hn
aide tp rnnke paj-ment of $100 ,, he
said, hut the hhlapce of tl.WO hp .whull
Pay out on time- Tln his wife fu-
-lt. . !. . .
more, and In tVs manner hi'.I r.ya,1 .
Vils $1,000.
Tobacco Sold.
A telrpibone nvvepge fi )in Ownsboro
la'.p Yesitrrday t-om Hjenn-tur-y iotxart
Jm ilnfDi-mtJ us Kiait almost all the
Equity tobacco had been said ajt fro'n
$) ito $3 fir lenf an4 3 fljr traii, anJ
that .ijlre Ohio qouVy pal'ff? are call
ed' .tw m& at Uantfonl piKt Mpnd.iv
to ratify the ale
PROUD OF CAREER
AS HOLD-UP MAN
Gentleman ' Bandit Never
Stole From Poor.
In Pittsburg He Gave Pack $7 to
Man Who Said It Was
All He Had.
Boatqn, Jan. 20. WlUlam J. Monpgu
who deserted Wie (routine ot arpxy Ufa
for tjhe floraer of a "h.ql'lHup' moot, ww
hrought Into cjurrt Xodjiy and held In
$3,000 ball tor the grtuid jury.
'Mfisagps frpm PM,tsburff 'arl rfilla
delohla tviU ito cpnfLrrn tJie ypung
man's bpastB that he oprraLed sucpprti
fully In fippp cJiUfs. In his diary h?
hod credited himself also with rob
beries In New York, Buffalo anil Cleve
land. Ho .visited only efptees and rail
road jacket offices.
Monisms pome to town on Tueadiy.
ainkl jfagilsleired ol a first class potel as
W,lli'am ilf C'jaybxin. He ppent tw?o days
looking px Vle to,wn before djjcldln;
to oAtftmat th9 robbery ot on upon
Ucknt office. His aeleptlon wtis an un-
fonbuvitp aiie,for wliui hfj entined Lite
place last avnlng and d:nvqled the
contents of idlve safr),Jhare were holt a
doaon penraons prmr'nt, one of hoiti
allriPM out a rtur door and ae the
alarm.
In lJrtblng his exploits to the po
lice today. Monrvrue wyiu ninUcularly
amriqua itlnat they shquld undKtnsMud
that he iwas a' "gentleman" haivllt. lie
TKiA mly lth0M ttbo uld atfand w
lose.
"I nwieir took from the poor," h
said, prowllyj "my gapiB was tjho-w
who hod, ntore than hhjey nniMfi. For
Inatancr", In Pittsburg, when I ffiM up
p.i oflco theire, pn umploy told me
.tfiat tihe $7 I food tatapi from Mm wus
all he Ivul. I promptly handed It ba.'k
to "llm." " ""
Monague said that In iwbulug an
qtfloo In (Cleveland, lp could find no
rope with which to tie the olark.
"I tojd him to cut out th wlnd,uv
cord," 4 qanti!n,ued, "and after he.ittit
luaiadf!' It Lo me, I bound him sctaunaly,
"In PJUladelpWa, wihne I potuVvi 1
$127, I ant blck $127 ? (tiiey fvMou'.d
he ahle to make q'lange in tJiie jqarn
lag." Alqnague. Is only twnty-tiwo (ywajns ot
age.
.W v.o u-pr.se oy gnS to a b-k'awn to bnxikfast about 7 o'tf-k a.l
room nmdconhv, bock with a bl3 whI-j-j, , unusaal coinplaIllti but ufl.
let. S,ho counted $1,600 ami tap-!- to-, h, ,,, uke hls pIaw at tne
e.1 It to him. u-Vg him to go anl pivjuble he wa3 .tefcm , -w
cad. for ,e ww Iwn... b. Dl-nn.H m Wj oHa.r by lhe . a, wtu.ll
Kild .he had -b-rn , lptotollItlI Mi witii ,, onl ,
tunonnts fpr t!6 past tov,enty - b9i. K?m h, Mf d to . w)wn
FV MINI
-f i (JoinM. v
DIES SUDDENLY
1 .
...
- ' After Paralytic Stroke
Wednesday Morning.
Esteemed Pastor of Hartford
Methodist Church Passes Awsy
-Funeral Thursday.
Vctvb of all walks of lljs In our
Uttle oltiy wois greatly sVokuJ oirly
Wednesday morntng whein the nnis wju
flasliod a-er the town that Tho Rev
erend T. V. Jovjr, the jq?Ulor paaVir
of .11 la tnMrvltuf rt1nii-V
S ----.. -. U,,U,n"l
J1 boert
..L ulMl ,,,..,.. ... ..... . .
M, ...,. . ..'.... ' ..
ltv? Q Jlls Monilj w
',.-. amaM, .. ,,. . M .
pfncc( and ft w
,ch(0, 0,llldre an ,,.,
boJd(B makUlg a nulnbt
calI. ari). ... ,. ... 7l-...
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appro-vibed bj aonie otlieir inanih ir of
the foiTVly, h was uruonsu'eus, anl
unable -to asVst !ilni3i'.f in an.y way.
Drs. U'.ly, ro-d and Pendlo'on iweire alt
sumtmned anJ evi-y ni((ins brown lo
mwltoal skill lujort-id to to rally
him, bin he sank sVjaililly anl ait 2
o'clock In the aftincian. about rrMrwn
lours aJ!VJr the stroke, he pjei anvav
suproundul by lox-d on-s, tnsn-ibrins ot
his. ohu-ieh, ne!ghbo-s and Srtnri3 ,whO
laod allvfiocteil to the pansomaas A3
stn as the Hiiws wixs sp-ead, many of
them llngarlng In "dsipest somow o Oio
end. x
RflVpmend Jialnar wias aiplnar J.Ut
second yaar as pastor of tlu HiTiforA
ohunah, having ban sent hene from
Oraasent illll, Louisville, in tfte fall
Of 1911. He wua n man ot niont .wlanlng
dlailtlan and hy his r,ien11tae,
courtly and dl&nltled bearing paon Won
his way into the liearta of all of our
p-ijile. Jlls manner or proaaUlj-g w
plain, but toqoeful and while th-re may
have b;pn nia-e eJoqiiant p,istors Jra.-v
nona haw 6r held a higher pSoe in
Uw estimation of the people as a mam
and as a flhotfouah oVtst'an gen'jleman.
His Jiffs ,was cl'on arvd ho pxernpljrfbjil'
his Christianity In his aery act.
Ileitrend Joiner was barn In Xlrigi;
county, Kentucky, Septembor 38, 1S3I.
Entned .tiie ministry phout ifnlrt
iears ago and has tysn Q)ntlji-OLly
preMhtng In the LoulsvllU conIeniein,i
er since His first o"iar&9 was Llv'
more, .McLiniij county. It was ima-rUl
Sepil imbeir ' 1, 1SS8 to Allss JQuCaiultt,
Harris, of Uavleas ipujnty and he ifl
survived by liJs Iqijlng compank anl
the ifallqwlng chlldmn: Eu me Harris,
M,ary IUy, Margaratt Alltpi. Samuel El
wjard. rtobart,. Morion, Emma Fraoklln,
and James Clinton, me haiJ tw near rut
atlnas other than his Imm-d-ie family.
Dr. i. J. Harris, -xf PUlpqt, Ky., ft
hrotlier of Mrs. Joiner, ar-rivcU eoily
Thursday warning and U with th
fAnUly. '
Inuppesslrvie funeral 2cvlqi were con
ducted at the Baptist churth yetfnrday
afternoon at 2 30 by , Reverend 6. J.
Thompson presiding Elder of the Ow -ensbo-o
district, a'islstid by Rp rewi
C. r. Wlmborly, at MiadlnonvlUe, &t7
erond A. I M.ll. of Btivr Oam, Ifcw
erenl t. D. Benneittj IUveiaend E.' B.
English, of the Hartford UapWst ohuroh
ajnd EWsr W. B. WrlghJ, at the (Har
ford Christian ohuroh, A.fter tue sedvleAS
the -remains wwe Interred ait Oik,wooa
Oimetcray. Among the baauAlful Oorlil
offerings was on from Zlafitford (Tett
Knlahts qf yie .Macoabqe8, of wihkih
Hevjemend Joiner was a noejnb'v, aitf
one trom the Hartta-d Uet,hoJtet 43ut
day Sqhoql.
The sudden death of Re.venenid JJahwr
lias coat a gloom aver tlw metnb'tns ot
lids cliiuruh throughout Ills ptuurge, X3
WKll an psoplo of all oth,ar denomina
tions, and even among Vkms ,wf- aro
not members of any ohuroh. .Nqfilns
hut kind words ane sewkj-n conoepinliiB
Uta dea4 pastor, and he will U trea'.l
misled ln our midst. Pmi-u to Jits ast"ues.
Seady to Grind Com.
I have, lust naoelied a ivw com mill
and am now prepantM to do your enaJ
tog. aivijme a coll.
JEFF WATTUItSON,( the Blacksmith,
I Hartford, Ky, ,
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