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r : 1 'N Hartford Republican. atMcd according; to law at the I'oitoffloe Xsrtford, Ky., ai mall matter of the eeeuml C. M. BARNETT, J. NEY FOSTER EDITORS RAMEY E. DUKE, J. NEY FOSTER PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS. iff H oommuBicaUooti to Ik Hartford Republican. satZiacFXCoxTxai. Hwnili.ilam fl '" jto-aarv omiv..... ..- ...aa. FRIDAY, JANUARY 5. "We are approaching iKPfie on qairth even in the baseball world. As an aTbarnatio Champ Clark might annex Russia, instead of Canada. Jail is itihe only place In which the alimony club can oeiidbrate with safe ty. China Is in a be&tir position to Uatwn to Une advice of the powers than it lis to talk back. New York tipeaks of the Democrat ic National Convention as if it were same kind of a hotel dish. Somehow, Trie novur hoar tf a (gold discovery In Alaska, until its too blamed cold to make the trip, Tihene may he many occasions in tihe -Senate when tie balance of power will .bo held by the Smiths. It now bias fire. Mr. Taft may oon.30.le humeelf with tins thought (that 4t Is a prety poor president wiho cannot sjlr up some op jpoedtlon. lllhe 6urgwn7who ard.ifcd his oper ation tor appendicitis had nEidw In formation as to what ralas the miatitfcir with him. Wiopdrow Wilson has "faith In the oomimon. paoplie," but a Carnegie P m aton. for teachers looks mighty good to Woody. Bemhaps if those dVeir hunfjtre would disguise themselves ns deer they -would g.it shot loss frequency, or t least half ehot What wciuld the Dutnocraits do for campaign thunder if President Taft were to meit thorn more tihon half way on the tariff ques'on? Kansas, "with thj "iarg.sit per cap ita of wealth," connct have bam ln--viesting very heaUly in ibi wildcat stock echnies of Qth.'r scab s. A Kansas City Man nutifies the Gas Company rjhat hCs meter was run aing 6low. Should lie not have a Carnegie foi.To medal for such, honesty. Thus far the list of the twenty fjneaitiCBt men and women, comprise afcoat 20,000 individuals. The hu man race must tbink It has a good deal to boast of. An Illinois man wante a divorce because his wife kewps tMnty-wven, doga and cats about Che house-1 In uch a homo a husband would be quite superfluous. In fact he might be in the way. Recent deavlopment to National pol itics indicate thax a E'wong ttffwit is to ba made to nominate RosfenVCti for the preaidenoy at the Republican Con vention in Chicago. It looks like- a hand tflgtot between Taft nmd the tormar President. TSkto is not the iieast dangler of the passage of a county uniit bill through the presint 'Kentucky Senate The Hous will no daub, as cmganlz jd put one aomas, tbut dt iwdU tie de Seated in the upper ibramdh, dq a square vato ' At luast this ie our prediotloa. Ctov. Mcdvairy evnt enw of lih.3 long est nusag-.s' to the legislature this week on record. It coniiatawl, many good naoorom 'jndatlons. A non-parti- aan 'board for the conitrol of the fen itanitiark-s is asked among other things but dt "Willi take a hard fight to bring it about. A r.odistrloting of thy 6ta.u is asked, b'rt the Gowirnor nWrily quotes tihe baUtutilon wltihout em phoaialng the imiontanoe of a fair appontiioniment We tury dlmppointtd that the Governor fa'Js to urge a flepal of the odious rysiatrarfon ctr tLCicato provision which has blit-n iln; means of eo muuh hribeiy in iiwx-nt eleotdons, bcith tilty and State. SMALLHOUS Jan. 1. Jlru. Jaania ilalkls and childrt ji, Saonuol Kinvb'oy and James Mungen, Lout&viUe, lv' Mr. and iMrs. T. R. llarnofld and daughfKins, Mary and Bthel, Hartford, Ky.; weregucstu of Mr. and ilirs. 0;u!e Kltedngr Josti Tuesday might. Mr. and Mns. Tom Martin, IJouls rllle, Ky., have ruturned honio Jrom a vittit to tiheiir panunita Mr. and U. 3im Bullock. lr. and Mrs. Arvllle Ball and Uttle wttfe Mr. Mad Mns. Htrtnan. Ad- , MNd niter iWUtfvea nuariwnu Mr, RhIm Browa mi t$Mdif Jura- cd Tuesday from a visit to roVmlwu at Llvemvore. M!3 Aljmtia Lamhntwho hna lwn bdicHlmis In our mldsit, muiraud to her honva at Fnlcda'and ithla Bnumilns. M'is a iLara KimWey, Itosn Dullockl and Mr. Odus Bullock spent. Chnlsl'jmaa wo k wi h Mr. Alva CnKoway at CXin- terown. Mi!kj Clnra and Lilita Brow.n wore gr. ji'8 cf Iir. Jennie Boll Bit Oettjiar to,wa lacit weick. iMiiiss Ocim, Thomnsson Kpcnfc the HcHduis at hw home nior Dt'dalisB Xeiffla Campbvil and Rosco Birtlock AccoTOpani!k.d tMr ito her home. Mrs. Chie3T Ross has na'.wnnd from a via'4 ito ulw aunt, Mra Ella Klinibisor, ft'. BaMltr. I Misats Jancy Addlr.Btan amd Flora BuskiH are gwls of Mirs. Ella Kim bley at Devlar. Mrs. Bya Roas has nvturnijd from a visit to hier panrf.s, Mx. and Mrs. EasAt;rday nttix HvtfUn. What 191l'saw. The coronation. . The yearly baby in Spain. The Maine ef.i?fltion. Carnegie's itjwcmity b:f it mem. BaUlnger's fanersroll. No white man's hope. Taft's long-diatanoJ hike. Doc Cook's third indication, Dos Wiley's Ibser ipuzzle. ltiocixasd tax on whisky. Jtumpus in iChina. Mona Lisa's vacation. Turmoil in Tjilpoli. Some books about Bernard Shaw. Some books not about Bernard Shtw A muw Chauncy OioXt song. Persuan pugnacity. A spanking for the German Crown Prince. Alexander's Rag-itime Band. Gaby Daslys. Mix-up in Mexico. The discomfiture of iMuggsy MoGrn t Se'eral banquets for the tariff board. The death of Justice Harlan. The centenary of WVaid-.-ll PMlKips. The trial of irhe be-.-f jpaclftirs (con-tinu-f.nl.) Tha rustling of RockDfr.illcir's halo. A monunwat far Robert G. tagersol The McXamaTa ca-e. , One hundred and fifty girls burnizd to d:ath in Xew York BhintjTMaisit fire. i Narrow cscapr? from war between France, Germany and England. House of Lords gets a kick in the panes. Proved that (jhe Maine was blown up from the ou'eldj. Wanted. A person with Eome mnoey to join in an extremely profitable business in mhich large profits can be made without risk. Reference given. In vestigate. Address Box X Y Z in care Hartford Republican. 23tX Let us Resolve. To stick for tlhe ibig how Not KQjeait ithe baby's sayings. To confine our gossip to people's good points. To keep our vintiues off tb band wagon. To rsst ibwiwcwn drinks. To tell th'S tTutih only when it is helpful. To kick no dog. .To hunt no child' I To snitiir at no man. To TOvernce all fwomen. To .tickle all vanitilcs 'but our own. To laugh wihene-er ftlhierie Is a chance. To share all our joys, To keep our sorrows to oureelf. To carry no chips on our ishouhlurs. To love our neighbors and atdll leave1 them alone. i To divide our pumpkilm ipiMS. To gl-e no neckties for. Ohrlstmas. Vo work as hard as we rest. To rtirt as hard as we work. To n-jmember the honey, not Who sting. To s?e the raiiniboiw, not tjh!e Storm. To keep the roee not the (thorn. iTo worship as win work. To dneam while we dig. To live in 'the sunshine. To fill ithe soul as well as tire pocket. To keep an open twant for aU wan- dwreirs To cling ito eternal things. To love man and trust God. DIDN'T CARE TO BE DONE Howell H does eTcrythlsg In bis powerr- v Powall Tksa I'a I4 ttet I'b not RELATIONS ARE SEVERED Between President Taft and Roosevelt. They are Traveling: Different Political Roads at Present Time. Wiai:Mngton,, January- 1. There Is a compUto brittk between Pv:ide:it Taft and formjr President Roo&jvlit Not only their political relarJojiB tw ined but personal conrefipondeincu be tiwaen ithkjm has o psed. Thcia-j di ivel opmeu's, iwihlclh are bigdily iniirislting In their hjaring on the presid.ni liJ siituatlon, became positively known to day. The estrangement has no strings tiled to it. The prosid.mt nmd the former Pnesi'd mts are no longer political M,w and personally they tw-i reached tiha panMnig of the ways. With friendly InXjrcousne- beitween these two leading mecn in the public eye compltfioly cut offthe suppontera of Col. Roosevelt ore prtipniring to spring a Roosevelt prus-Idemttal boom that will be oni3 of the biggktet things on tihe poiJifcal haiizon for ecvoral months to coma In putting fbis Roose-eltmo.vi:ment under iwaj- his frauds are net umtig hirawiheJicr or not they can takeohe indUatdvc They are giving Lim to un derstand that it Us a matter o,vtT mihic he has no conrol. Rocjnit'y a Un'Ard S'ates Senator, a man ot influence and vmiinenoa in his praiy, met Col. Roosevelt in Niw York. The Colonel asted him not to got acV.ve in the Roo:mm It movunOT't The friendahlp b.'twen ith.im is such ithat the Coloa-.l kn.w if this Senator gets busy itihe ccounitiry will bo llew that he is conniving at the nomi nation. "I .have always had great rvigpodt fo your wlsh-.is,, Colon.-!," tuid the Sena tor, "but there is on thing ypudas'e noit do. You cannot toll me wham I shall eupcait for President. Thai: is none of your buslnu:s. 1 aim not for you and for the ooun'ry is for you and you are going co be nomlnatal" This conversation rewa's the one upon ihlah R0031 ni..'s fr:cnis ace acting in launching the Rooswelt boom on a large scale. They ore pro- c.eiinig on the th ory abac "it 3 acn of Roosevelt's buaintts" whom they supportnd they are for him, whuther he lik).s it or not. The Colonel will rtake .the nomination1 If It comes to him, but he will not meet it half wway. Nor will hj nuet it a single etap of the way. It must come fro-jly and with uprising unani mity. The same Senator, wien ho hoard that Oxford Pmnchat was about no gdvw out a BtaiX'm'.oit Ea-tog Roosevolt would not take tha nomiEoition if It comes to him, called up ithle Colonel over the long distance tid'jephioniA ahis Senator is now prepared U copper Pinchot's statement, if hie glMeis it out with ancher in whdoh he-(thu Sena tor) df.idaiid that Plnphot wias not authoxled to irsue such a statjnv.-jiit. The invasion ot tlhe "solid South" is to begin at once In the quiat for Roosevelt delegates. The Soutih has bJrn regar,ded as tihe strbnglhold al ways of the adonumiistiuuion in power. How to rush the outpoa'a and break in on that fitronshold is now bjlng. conalckffed, Ceoil liyon, (Republican National Committeeman from Texas, hag ba ejija g.-jn-.tral charge of thct Roos.velt iinaalon lm (he 6o.ur.ih. He declares ithUe lis no doubt that the thlity-isix dekigates fimm Twrna iu thj national couvenrjlon will be for Roosevelt. An interesting phase of Chia Roose- Veilt movenv.init is thaJt a naunihk'x of reac'lomary Senators who do not Idku a hair of Roosevelt's head ore tooiv' ly joining the mowimeut. The terms of one-third of the Sen a tors are about to expirne imd a num ber are ab.titicg the Itooo.tu.-.'it boom, bxauso they believe Itoosevult can. pull them through It has iba.m jwe.-ks tiimoe amy Ufttfa jxa.ssed bd'ileun Tofit and RouUdVulU Tlhe bill of oainp'iaiimt in (Ihe Si.VJl Trust disBolutioa euit, which allcd than Itoss.ixlt was bumiotd by Neiw York flnunak.ro, Is 0110 of the tilings that got on. tilu Colonel's ntjiw.u. The admlnliitra ion leadigrs admit privai'ialy ohcjt tihe bivalt. lias coone, but expivs a b.'ll.f th.at Rooijv.lt cannot b3 nominatrd unless he gats p.-rspnally ini'o the game and forms an orguuiizaitiicin, lirjve lie will do Tbii3Cihiydo not be.' Roasmty's friends asKirt Lhey we going to aund to that pailt ofl for the Colonel CHIirn ory FOR FLITCHE'$ CA3TORIA TO all of our customers, and all the other good people whom we wish were our customers, this is a New Year's Greeting. We hope everybody who has done business with us during 1911 has found it profitable; the goods satisfactory, our service agreeable. We shall try to serve you better in 1912 than in 1911; we shall try to have better merchandise than ever before, and sell it to better advantage of our customers than ever before. i HART, clothes will be our chief buy clothes here. We want you to feel that if any dealings with us in the past have not been wholly as you expected and as you wanted, or in any way not satisfactory, we should be glad to know about it, and do what we can to make it right. : E. it may !be true that Democrats don't care for office, but it ihoats Haven dev ils how th:-y low tihe salaries. After the passing of the Woman Suffrage Pnooesision. we may exp:ct the "Passing of (the Cradle" at any moment. Sara Bornhairdt the divine actress Is only elxty-six years old and Is go- Ing to marry a Flemish actor who Is but twenty-eix. in this happy un ion the young man mill hajv a wife and a grandmother ajl in oni and that ehou'd be iKTftvat'Iy dellghl iful. Nebraska has promAsed iiteCf to Hannon; to LaFollicitte; to Toft and possibly to Bryan. There Is nothing like liboralii'iyibut how, In the blue blazes one State is going to go Klld for Ithrea or four men mt orj limn we cannot imagine. The hook worm is still being extl.c mlnoibed at the raito of nlbouit Dlx box oars full a day, and Itihe peWnsra Is b.ilng kooolo.d higher than Gllderoy's kite but the amiiwnit geaitilicinjn who control itha RocketoUi'r fund tlhlnk there will be enough hooking wormu to kkKtp them busy as long as thj fund lasts. If Old John RocJteftsHi.r ekVeI nlbcut three yKors cf this namth wWh his frswdowi tho truiat buLitiors aru gcdng to fall to put h'.in in Jatl. B lirg ln aaniuch ns how he is maklfadpr of gncait iwi fll'ili It Jookfcj liikki he tmsJifc to do iiniio a flew years not b.uiBtjho deserves it, but to b:aoh fchii Ii:er lighits a lesson cm how not to take all rtMt is iu Tahiti Didyouewo- look an ai'Hgaltor squaro lit tflw Eaoo nbinili'xg EttiraWhlt In Iront of him and tfaca te.lt a tfdkj glaaco? The straight yiw rtmw you a pic tuna of a Democrat la ctHtia &iikr and Hm aid vtew mi ypu Ik Di.o- ; Yellow Jacket Stingers, j . SCHAFFNER & line; the best possible reason why you should P. BARNES i & BROS., Beaver Dam. - crat who got bis pie. If you uvir gvt a chance to toko tho two tfuwa do so. It is worth phUu. i Why is it tiia bloodhounds put on trails of criminals aiwn'jB njfuaj to work and why do p-iople lna!at that a bloodhound will follow a penson. Take for instance limit B.-wirdwdi Hilgh wajtnan whom Beajbtfe eald ihot his wifeu The hounds .mwver BOt on the highrwayznan's trail but the human blood hounds quickly got onto Beat'le's trail. Did you wier ncttlce that thfcrd are A people In this old world who undertaken to Justify every wild ibrkt&k etvlr made by mon, by raying cb:y bollcn-Md thty SEMI-ANNUAL STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OP THE Bank of Hartford At the Close of Business Dec. 30, 1911. RESOURCES B ills Discounted' Cash on hand and in other banks Stocks and 'Bonds Checks for Remittance Banking House and Lot Furniture and Fixtures Total LIABILITIES. Capital Stock Surplus Funds for Taxes and Interest Due Banks Deposits Dividend No. 49 Total Established in 1882. Designated United StaUs Depository for Postal Savings Bank at Hai , .... , -! MARX vnFycDjm iir' fj i fLTi. x KY. 'v wore right. Now if wtrong irals ore to be cxcutKjd on itlw grounds that tho offender thought he iwaa sight, then; It mxm'r take long to ut Bhe itwual fixings on hlngs of tl!a ouitih. Prom the Yellow Jacket, .McraT Falls, N. C. Ends Winters Troublas. To many, winter is a season o I trouble. The frost-bitten tot ai fingers .chapped hands and Upa, Ball. blains, cold-fiores, nod and rough atelnH prcn-e this. But such troubles. Oy be fore Bucklen's Arnica Salve. A MaJ convinces. Greatest Uwoler of Bums, Hoils, Piles, Cuts, Sosrt. Druiea. Ec zema and Sprains. Only 25c oft all druggists. $181,409.72 49.253.t7 H.447.60 2,627140 3,000.00 1,000.00 $248,633.39 '.."!! " $ 40,000.00 20,000.00 1,007.83 1,957.02 184,073.54 $248,638. ww, v. tnunAS, r R.E.LEESIMMERMAN, ROWAN H0LBR.00K. JNO.T. MQORE. DbwtotiO -A- H 4 .m 'I LVSaJr I ft m mT i .