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The Hartford republican: January 6, 1911 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1911 hao1911010601_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: January 6, 1911 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. t.,1 l! " ' 1 ' ' l" i ' . k U y I . I i OF s Fine 3fob Work. DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS ALKTHE PEOPLE OF OHIO .COUNTY. Subscription $1 1 per Year No. 25 HITS vot.xXiii. WEEKLY LETTER I. 'HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, last algbl near Newark, K.FfilD AY, JANjTJARY 6, 1911. I. N. J. of two" gottlng tired of such work, and they MBNUMEN1 MITAL AHACK MADB mem aauafarfelters aro bclfcjYsd to PLANS moan to put a atop to fa-C. TRAIN put the entire gang In the hands ot Mr. E4der Dodson and family visited FOR J. B. MOISANT WYOUNG WHITE WOMAN their ojd homo placo, this tfea axrfct service. Following tfeo raids Tuwday n.'&ht on tho plant ImDnook-ly- n, Barn-att'AN OPEN SWITCH crjek church with tho forFROM V whan Jacob Cobb, Prank Spall-b.. ., mer's father, mother, brathara and i and Aaron Silver woro .taken Shaft to be Erected Near New it Lawrtnceburg and Posse is sleters. They mot at thMr old wHh a peek of spurious quarters and homo and had a reunion of the DodActiviWS dkftca sand a bushel basket full ot of Engine, Tender and BagScouring Country to Appre- son family. Orleans, Where Dead oeamtonfei!.tirg Instruments, the doioc-tlv"I gage Car Around theWWte Derailed J. hend Culprit. Aviator Fell. trail jd tha remnants of Hwgang Ohio County Farmers' Club Meets Nqw Jarsoy. Into t i ,i jA Saturday. yLat night near Newark th.ay took Mew Mil Creating Tariff dim- - Max Silver and vsTirteoburg, Ky New Orleans, Jan.l3. Tlio mSmory Jan. 2. -- This The Farmers Club of Ohio County Thought Switch Opened by Some David OarUnm and was. thrown Into thi wlldvjst moats again In Hartford tiho larjwst auantatv of coun- - l of John B. Molsant will Wperpetent- Be Pro next Satur- One Intending to Rob the ndlll-toasniU- t a monument or gtanKvj whan It bjcamo day.' This is a gathering cf farm-i- n tertelt coins ever found In one raldjed-,lposed. tdj manfacs ABm Miss Ethel Warren, ujora to 4 bronzoo bo oroctodjn e history of tho axret sen-iw- . Train. varku3 mod0jS of v tf ona of the meat promliront cultivation of different crops, &c., Sftvcn thousand dlmea ,one thousand '"oar Harahan, at the spotlwhorohe V attacked and'an4 its r.X3Ti m (riel iino l quan'iers and sixty molds wero found noted aviator foM to his dkth Satur- - fai Ilea JWe, had be-jngtett, Jan. 2. With tho if nnf- Tha Illinois Cenfal passenger Uy Uatui by a nro, 'vihosj .holiday reason, .tbero i a with tho fuKltlves. Tha on,aratI6ns . lay irom a uwnw; monou ane. ltabl0. as Uw the on3 next Saturdav I Tentative plans for tli-- s ity Jna'not been laarnod. 'Tha'efcnnM . -- . mi- ,- 1.. t.'.. train btai left Owansboro Sunday reneral of activity in the exeou Ve, of tli-- gang "had bjjn under obsjrva-bkerect a monumemt to AIofcAht' are In nei mad3 Ids cscapo and possjs cfflnvjLtcd ,, at 5.30 o'clock, iwas wruck!d for several weeks. branch- - i of legislative and Judicial tMmi and tokiJ pant Tho .. the hands of CraTford H.. Kills, chair-- j cltisls, hre scouring tho county for rollowJng Is tlio pnosram previously at Stlrason's switch, six miles out of y too government in Washington. man of the citizens' commit:!)) which him: ' Ownsboro and cnaend one halt arrangod: Third Regiment Band Out. two months of the, Ufa of the i rrs- had charge of the roceiit avJaiton meet' Mtes Warron, wiho is employed as u mil- - s north cf Phllpot, w h n It ran. Invocation Rev. Virgil Elgin. Congress remains tor at tho ur ent Following the mustering out ot jjCr. Ellis- - raid he ifolt aire con' salSwoman In a dry gcods store, Should Agrloultuiw ,b--j Taught In inio an oroa switch g rig full spwd of 12 M. on the .4th of March p tho Third Reglmont band, which ok tribuUons - to the m6numatt would wasioii licr 'way homo from wiork and the Public School, ilf so, to Congress will xplro by Hi k fri let Wlat Ex- - Luckily no o&e wa3 serloualy Injured plaoe at the Davloss county armory corao'' from every sectfen of thd Unit w l a Bouin.W33tero.nart or and no greit damass, resulted from. 1Jr Than nearly twelva nw ihs tnt? Piof. T. H. Smllih. at Ojvensboro Sunday aftternoon Cap- ed States and from Europe ihd Con thojd.ty wh,j3vsho obsemwd thu ngro Making Poa Hay tha wrack, as Englnbor Road real--lze- d the, Congressr i Henry M. Plnsu miwt elapse .before ' tain w. P. Dansel announcjd that a tral America. loiiowuig nrav-&what was ocourlng and applle4( qutcKenaaJirpace ic,.eplng up intsnest In tha Farni- gin ed. This 1') an assamblo and . . . -- . . , . trn,. nAW ii:uhi H'ju . . -l ha nrf?nni70ti in .iw riu jwl iii..i. com- - I.iuiuio .. negro ovenooK nr and KttOclc crs Olub Prof Hmrv Liu-uumi uiu tlia air brakes whlch kept tlia ji:r ... . far which It was ol ted . " . AQ 4Ha I ltifnn'Climrn . 7iiiTKrt oni "" ua r. n r -- dui eca J. Sanger cars from heingldarallaJ. wtr oam and chokod h r., Jn Kxiarlz Fortuity to Woru-OThis Is an excoodlnjdy clumsy an ngo . 1.7" ' 7V . .T T,t. ma.1 gage car were derailed having run lMKftnBwrfL!UIlto-.Bai.- r Boehm. hV T TV' not. for it Is net only ft of till! s,h3 nt,r to what ought to bo dan ",. . Tm ' . . au. a . T a iasea3nl VBm DroKOscrfiarcoitho sogro rearing Tobacco for Marky.- -D off of tho and bf the an itch, and (bha pieces- aswn aim m u.-t-" she .'. engine is hard stuck injraud. Fcrd day. but multiplies thodelay ,by m irly rvTcnmr T rno riT- - rvi. i """", , . . .. i i rn .7 -luriwnTiriTTi mo .i ui 11.. uii. i t lysng. siappsii jper in tne mcum.and j uttviauiniKui. w th.-4Englniaor William OJRad had hls Tho Care of Our AppVj Orabard--- F. four hundred days. Howevor, ' ,. il i.- -.. .1 hnml i iwms TrH nnslmnnf uoauv n.-- juuiuwiui no coui, release ins uaiiu, jsiiss war-- ; i W. PlrUj. left foot aaveroly masfibd by a large-lumheathen rag because inasmuch n, thi' miit.w.v1 mit nf b rvl(,hv rnl Wnml.1!- - t. iiuiu u. .1.. ,. . u. .1 i j ra 12 sue rn na piutai a Jargv; liftsco cut orA AVhy Should a Farmer - -- -- 6- -., ww a ' --' remedy must, - hi thouch laetela on,! of ccal falling o3 It, the Fire. Ra'ae Shxtp? .- - ..i j .j 1. .. . j . .m iTirn imrciiJinT rn ..to. m.w... v iniaTiiprinna.iQQiinninv wniuiu ioj uiuusuiius ui umz'-i- s 01 nis iiaatu F arlng detacticai, lu tliau . . l. ti. j w.iMH, man Maxjy Ruthart, wa3 slightly In- Mlvln St3U-arfIK Z;"" ' U adjutant goneml or Kentucky. AU.Naw Orleans. John B. MctoaitW ran iqn ay. My t'holca of Hogs ar.d Whj-- J. junad by being thrown against the JM '' Foi-Inof the musical Instruments and unl- - his brother) Alfred and thi agalrst Miss Warren's ns-j- P. FqBtT. sida ot the engine oab.'l Savorol' " 'T secrewy 01 war cno V .ry: forms ot tin band will lie e to the tlemen connected with the cominy sallanf 'Js so high 'that iiiould he be Qii33tIons relating to Agriculture. were slightly lajuriey by be&ecr, tno nutiOeiL are all working In tho interestt'of caught and id mtlfied it Is almost car- ing hurled vlolantly agaiist tha seats, bh- -j or ouaxe aiw oy mem oars ana sotence. The visit of itho compaiy to tain, ili-Jho will be summarily 1 but none sariously. tors In both houses of Congnes , Is 1.3' rvow Onleans .was moat dlsaslaus. I wish. ftBvory possible avoauecf ac&vi 'BODIES HACKED fnrHfInn.Hr.iv nf tht P.1flirt nmmnt TO Those pa3Sjngrs sUSh-Jlujurjl ,., iuiu, au tne njign-, ,, , TENTS THROWN UP hrw r .r .. If . naillfirwl tn iuo rtn), r,r uu ui ijv i?!i. L Buitiuju . .v.. ul -i u4i nvma agaai especially oil. Jta are: Prof, James McKlnley, and cue ieamns avaaiors or tne wiu boring) owns and cities liavoib-aennot- l fjWirvipid. Defenses against mo tern PIECES BY AN AX Poy'd McCarty ot WhCtvllle and 'J. and a loss of $16,000 to the oompaTi r. ' fled ttL te on tha lookout for itho BY MENJN GUARD (dreadnoughts cannot bo Iniprovis. I In Holdennan,'" of Phllpot, hasldcs Lloyd, of the opinion that d)in peet Mtntillcatlon Is expjeted to'b-r and It is Impossible to c Holland, of WhltosvIlle.Crtho Iwau r B. Molsant deserves a monument as easy cB6count of the would dnfllct-muc- h iby jumping fnom tHe train. wcsaio tho lm.por'.ar.e cf. iroto Ltosl Man's Head Beaten to Pulp and " a3 anyoth'r plonoar of 601100 od on Vt& hacld by dIs vlc-an- d a work upon which so much mi w Soldiers Looking 111 in vfesti-ga- te After Night Tha railroad officials 1 at an early date the movenllnt tlm's tWcr it, Ji linn UUUA4 ennnf inrl nihlnTh 'U an I UOO Wife's Throat CutQne Sus-- " J3J ii 'J VJ'WU UUU tha cause of the wreck, as the for the monumjht will 'be platedUu I iWlK;- Rider's Safety Prepare to I til to the protection of the Pp switch lock had been bnxkoa and' tlw ' ,j- -basis. w0 iuu nx dW,t; ajjfs? state Board Meetsf pect is Arrested". " . coast. switch opened affrar thliassanger Wardloff Elements. but that Ot will be successful." k, I opens with, ithSdl Tho viQyf train liad passad the notut, about' 3 mm Louisville. Kv.. Jan. 2. Tire Bnn- tod States at peace with all ith)arld o'clock Sunday afternoon, km route to - !. C iL Tint, Wolf 1U 111C OUUIII. I tli,t Stat Board Is holding a mootUUlUg II CH Williamsburg, Ky., Jan. 2. "W'ltli Oveaiboro. It was thought that tha but the words of Patrick Henry The following from the Basaler B.l ing at Norton Hall, Southern Baptist bodx Hoiiklnsvllle, Ky Jan. 1 Equlp- tholr bodies hack-jto larnen may cry '.Peaoa, peace, switch was opened by soma one' rninfnrtjihln ner of Benton, .La., concernlrfe Prdl Theological Simlnary, tills afternoon. probably by an ax the murder of an tn m.akA tlirtm there Is no peace, ara just ns trp mnn to "rob the baggage car and , .. ,iLawreno3 M. Qarv will h nrin.iivp(i' Thg beard convened at 2 o'clock ...... '.. , aged' couple, Mr. and Mrs. tnrougn (ma winner nas ueen receueuv , as true now as they wpro dn 1 Warren expnijs nussjnger. , a youi ,. " v.wu.a.. o .iW1uS. Osborne was discovered in tholr Wl en it was fcund that no one., .),. fnmllv i, o, ri,A, nnf. into iia tv t,h anMl.irn whn ' w l"a "a" man in this county: '(H '1R.E. Read is secretary of itho board homo near Oorbln y. , i m.,. im 4 .u m !... .ta'i. An taftort was seriously Injured and that .the JT i t JV vnwv;i inA,AflMn i Tuesday, Dec. 13. An I. O. O. PI ami Thomas DOsborno As trasuron had- - also bean niada to iburn the passenger I'UCMD CiO VIV UUjVitUtSV, """ LrcUMCll iw cars could continue ''the Lodge has bjn?rorgatilzad hi lledi sio. P tsliions is always oiw, ot , house, but after gaining soma haad- - trip o farms, and the United States hayinjjfessed that lw was a mombur of the Horsa uranch, Henry Vlt- Land, bearing tho title of Red LanuUhe mostuimiiontant subj ct that comes way, the gona extended Its borders to Panama, tto night Tldrs, and his testimony Is Lodge i(up for considorajion b;for-- tho board. out. The fire had appanjndy looking tetoei tha conductor in charge of the No. 1,19. "f- faufhoritles are Hawaiian Islands, tho Phlllpruaii, reUed upon largely by the prasjeu-GuaThi following officers wora o'.'OCtfVhdlai.iiot so imiiortant, it also tak-e- for a man who had ba n tramping train J notIftd the official's in Owens-and the Aleutian is'ards, Is tlon, in the trjals to coma hew of sU boro, and had tha fralght engine seat L. M. Gary, noble grand; Howaidps care of some foreign missionary ' over tills section of tha mountains out. fThie passensars woro taken to-In ierpetual hnspbig' attrition wlik of thfo alleged lsadar3 In the raid L. Raphlel, vice grand; Rupent Butloriwork. I an d who is know n to h'ava gona to tho rest of the world. It might l) upon this city. Oao night latt May secrva'ary; of j from tha various Stages of Osbornns hnniA Snnnnv tn atvnnl ' tnoij. destination after a delay J. D. McKvllar, troaeur-jr- , better if wo could give away or slut ho was wounded by a charge of buok . owar wo hours. 2vl,.n1 nf T7..l f 0,11 BVUOTJ Ut. HtJU. T . 1 (13 iUUVlUK 141. - TTmf,M s c. ifv, Hnntr.4liiit.tnna t r 9 , . Ul L. .1 J. -- ..J f) "...UU. 3 Kl tUU.mUUg.UUil t- - T .L I... n... nn.l I nLIII the night. ' along ll.-.-nicely under tho .management KS' mlsilons during tho period from Tha iwrecker and a largj crew of .. The man's head was baataa to a noachors haws all tha seals on the Pr4- - slnco thon soldiers have guarded Gary and his assls tlay 15, 1909 to December 15, 1909, pulp mein accompanied by Trainmaster O. of Prof. while his wife's threat was cut bllof Islands and escape quarrels b him constantly, MonB. Jatues, arrITed at tha scen-atants. I The- - are crowded at nresent. mow dial Kentucky s'ands second in from oar to ear. OH had boon confining ourselves to aniiebelluaj Thos isoldiers haw now be?n day morning at 2 o'clock anl cleared but exipeot anotheriaachcr attar tha amoiut of Its contributions to througlifcut tlw house. 'Rob- awayitha but we are in a sltuaton vided with the, regulation army tents holidays. ed(nv ilyslous. lndlrur-al- l afterMonday wruck. V. bery Is believed to ba th motiv.o of having and holdlng and can't ik that ana rounnd in shape and are oher St. bos among Baptist churches. as. tha Osborno'a wene unlanown,to have noon the engine was unplaced on tlw o. Therefora It Is wiisdom to stroaJ-- , fitted with a stove for heatlnig dur- Elevated to Justiceship. ?and will be taken, to" the shop Tto ben iWJons of the loadlns StaiXs kept money in tho track considerablo our hold with warships and fort ing the cold woabhor. Thay have, also for ropalrs , Fraivkfott, Ky., Jan. 2. Both tha ail as allows: GoorgLa, $1S,T9.91; house. . been supplied with heavy clothing, ilHcattoas. Mr. WUliam Riley, who- - is nooelv-In- g court r PIcnia andtho Pronkfort KhtIckvSiri.8S3.Tri: Vlrelntla. Slfi.69ri.. One Buspcot, W1U Lyttle. was is doubtful if the Mikado's govor: and ana ready .for the exiwsuro that SH.35S.46; South Cafoll- circuit court convened tobacco here, was among tiha ay for the HAlab-ma- , latio and placod In jail tuowB anything about tho aH'Oy must come to them. isly eqc January tornis. At 11 o'clock hls nal$H,2i 10. whtm the train .wasl wrecked - ,jteee srauons uiat certain ja hero The trials, hero are set for March 6, i nol Sunday night. Ha had txprralt,at was &J and the soldiers will have1 tomaln- - morning Judge J. P. Hobscm are said to have built on NO CREEK HorsafBranch over an hourito catch, lomely coasts of the Philippines; on Itada their oanin until that time, if not elevated to the chleff Justoeshlp or Among the Lodges. tho appellate oopt and throa of the tho midnight train out of TLouIsvllla v niwiti onto Tn na mc&i.-rutn am iii JMongper, thai vjmwiww .tutiwni- - an o auus D?c. 2 Christmas (holidays ioro i.i.Wi Hartford Lodge No. C75 F, & A. M., old memberi0Bre sworn in again, oiuoyci by gHng arms and explosives to ours all of our poojilo as far as Installed tho regularly eloofed officers and itSwias nearly ono, o'clocl: before JjU he reachi.ad Baavor Dam. and Judgo Sha'ckolfod Millar, of "' A, Missing Pig Found. always more or teas rebulllons Philip havjeen ablo to find but. last Monday evening, whose naniaJ Louisville, took tho oath of office C. E. Allen visited friends at dependants. Wlwt a stupj ullbe rof. have heretofore been given, and the One day about a month ago, Mr. to succeed Judge Henry S. Barker, , !Have Rememberedus. hit oldilioma Saturday and Sunday, of 'f vjtfn-l- tA. .T. Nlhh,n.ln .ralsRAd n mte it was, Master and Senior Warden made the hat WTOlll-- who became ptvsldont, oT Kentucky -- , v o Vfoliool onter.tnlnimnt in con- war for ua to have 'he Tha following ha-- romoniboVd Tha following appointments: Sr. Deacon, Iwsigh about fifty pounds from his unlverslly neltlonlfivirfl; tho Ioague t thlap'ioa Mii- - to have fastened tho rnnpplBj O. D, Carson, Junior Deacon, James RopubWcau since our last issue "either hogs.1 Tho hogs Mona lu bunoh of Judgie Thomas J. Nunn, of Madlson-vill- e wal onjbyed by nriUMooe around our neck. all present kistFrl- - Nanoe, Stewards, Emory Sdhroeter and y roaowing their subscriptions or an lnclosune and Mr. Nichols locJwd First Apiellato district; Judgo Aeprosa1iUvo Longwcrth of Thj teacher and scholars 'A. C. Yoisar. beoaniiag now subscribers Mrs. T. carefully, but failed to W, H. SaLlo. of BQwllnJc" Gnm. Soe, snedjt for tlw recitation ot J. SniMfc, city; L. S. SnilUvHartfoxd, bu oQnaa back to Washing ton Mh tle ild over fiud tho missing pig. Ha corncludad onu dsltriot, and Judge 'John M. MaddolSmall-hous- ; tha cosnp;t draft of a bill crcattlo Gentcrto,win Lodgo No. 714, F. & A. R. F. !? No. 4. M. P. that it bad gouo into soma of tha sin, of Bcorajsboro. SIxbh dlatrlet. .a Mirui uuuutHtOBiuti, tutu uk ua emu thlcketii Thad Barnaid, and' 5X Ford, is Lewis who bos baeri do- - M., has installed tha following offlcors Last Monday twohmvino. iio..n 1'. v u.uuum, '. - ,itn,i , aad dlJ. ' u 9 -- "" .lng tuaf dlduty in tha night rld.ir that Payne, Aldrich, and (ho rv&t.of of, Ms eons - wars at work dn a field for tho coming year; Worshipful Mas- Hartfo, R. F. D. No, 2; CMC. Car- .a wUl g Ullir ,,w t ,nM of. Uontki UkMn are in favor of such a com: county, canio home last ter, aog troou someiiuus m si eight yeaps. J, B. Maddox, Senior Warden, O. ter, Narrows: Eld, W. BAY right. fHiM, traeir h- Pri,,. to spend a fow lajs with sLoa and that legislation on tha L. Ross, Junior Warden, II. C. D. oity, vmi m. Taylor, Pawntis.'hoJow log. Goiig to where ha was Hearing Barker .was In Jat wttl bkeonHletrdd bfore itho th iy out Into the log wltih an ax and court, but Judgoassoclabas.ruion not the his la 0te and friends, James, Treasurer, II. II. Lewis, Sac., his Mm pvtovShacklcy, of Llvormore, ot Mak, Tho bill a drafted croi o fcwd tbo ad Special Notice.. J. C. Jackson, This ledgo U in spleud lost pig. It had been bench haa,. a silver sor.vlcetto iesoat oicth n r alfiUns, Mrs. J. w. Fos- a oonnwlaa'nn ot five members Id condition an! Is exi3ct!r.g txi do o a mane skejton, was blind to him. Juda Barker v, 111 bo nrna- Beginning Uth the ux-xIssuV this Sat- (w B. S. Chambui-lalwith a mimty of $7,500 and of sid uab! to tand. Tha boys took ent fgood work during tha new var. 1 paper U henceforth publtebJbltu-arie- a, nieaibajMM)t not motv than tlweo ff k amiKiay. tlt. iric to tha. Jioustf and, it appaara K raaalutlona of reajwet audjcarJs. Cliam- -, to be a. Um mma ycWAc& .pantj-- . T Jaefman and Luth-oFpuwl After 15 Years. vmr fUuit It wlH racovorlrom fits long Rough River Lodge No. 110, K. of P of than at the raa of Tiidefa trip to Llvonuore one central Wc to to ba In WastCngt fan, H0k Ma. py&lgkt will not ba . I. jwr Itod Also notices for ckurSi on- OklahonJ ClUy, Okla., Jan;. 3 Af- oay mft t. .' wo suspect tuyy h'4 will Install hew officers for tlia. but tlw iopmmiailou U e.ntwwcrj'i raiawsn. Ofie.ytviuo seaiwia ing year at tho regular meeting-aex- t ter tain cita whore money a 3 ba ter a eortWi 6( 13 arslovor Aa, Uwitki State Glaus. tusot ay,wkeM and to given fiiVi I Tutoy ovenkig. Also Eld. Wright made II be charged for at UciUod Stafcw Mrs. Louisa Mdvr am.a of Mr. knit Johnson has nowura of aolWotton and eotlatloii ndtl thlnty mlauto laotvuv) rata. AGIaat's Collapse. found her aon, aiwl ha towbeeu ma?y yars Uils 1141 5 ban JoJii ilUoMrai'B projiurty ivoeatfw twlll dellvor foots. Tlw blM airtlwriivB tko to the lodgo en that oecasVaa, and puMiuH to '.Mr by Into, fathw. Mr. many of & aaMIiuat- TWk OwNHAbavo JIwsonj jr says: to 00 into Uw oust of urtuiiiv Krntat Wallace. T It is- hfiod that every mawaar will ter .wit cfcargu wl'atavr, Htm iiretty Bosfeu gM Mra. some in t MKAcTmL mi 4 lpU- for (Ate Lea- - Moler of KarrUk, asei.t t .latMlvrJur had tor ijto wn dW ai iwHW and lu 'MH. & Kahvlau ltlroU Ownny when aMTset Meier, who as -a aaiai )l4pht last wf!;, two ha ba prowt, - Biu Wrlakta suaac Va - I Juutfoa,'i oaasaivaa we niut WK ...-1 I. nniff " m'vmmj .itvlit (niH. V.w uauec ot b OoUimWa .ooli'da: ...on., 'firfl.)ykrcaJ ta MM twa jwtcow mid Wa aaiataaj car MBUur many fmm aim wkKH, A good lowtatetj.''- , to is lk ealy m, mm oy wro iwwrll. ut dail fW beat JLns ataatetl out Mowtl trtax, lHipo.i for 1kaiif.ijlgh(ng m ua aaoaa Bcwtoa. vipiMtofto' wbich 41y otWr mtA sea- - gaaaniiiji Kit ivs have w anf Raaw.i'JU ik) Of tUy eoivid alnd i Taw maximum ad uIIim . .. .... K; tt uwrtrnp or liaal- - JBiuld kew It 19 No..m I..O, Q. F dm lolfr. BaatAN, 'mm and oknat of tan wvaywi. ulift (fetpt sMuM aa4 a mtad, ?1 IHUPK. JIKUk , fajr far aa aia avlaaMl $aa qt atataa.a bsf Mtifcldft 'fti lafttker gi viTBWHBWBbPi loaciMt H, toat fanners inaOa fW aotateg year: a hmBMada to 1V4 leg atMaaw r forkana,Jt avaaa lu anarch .iuataR of tte arwMMlmiiiii areltu aMtt. atntafcra'aaaruy ialvluma faN )y faI Urn WB aa4 15 'jri luu. llllll ct UuafvoA us. iKKusi L. IUimk. Vte Otwud 'l'k tint nu. Nobla ) xiy, ana jiwy m f.tqf d by Ua fMKutt. I "M '1t Su4 aswml lulimaH tHlnfrfw aau, now Bf I n'n Hbu nf .aau, w tiratty Napa. aad vairaua Wilt WMei- iDr. J. L. SiatUi, as, O. U 1 I' to not the firat rVi ttMeoaaCHNWKttui, m. TammTmm uia our Itjda aa( fovern impr- uao!a. Rail Duttas ' t lTraa.. K. H. Lawto. to a.rif"Korrlck lato tlw Walt-- ! tocaM ay hjuni.d K t acoordli Molar. F'ufA ItamstAll A Ium ITi lA1f y J bb Bia?nfkj( -Jan. J.Maniuvjaaif a jnaatofhe-t&Joi- . Nod 1V4R1 laanflMV.oV aiav wmfm " !ha good poopla MINGTi Houi - wk n-j- s w ttnewa are aisioiTo n .!. ht ! :bcr W i. I m I ir-l- iL 1 tho--wor- !,. "S. l ZZZ" lITZl,o rf v?3' "? T.. - i(h... i ne , iitt.... ""ul j..,.i..i t4i. "?. f ?V ... ..-i-- ... ; h ...., ..',... 1 ..V, dd """ ... ut '.Tr"1;;;! "'"?'"'"'"" 1 : I .: ' oth-Jon-- nt pas-saug- ars t , dlt re -- w i- uu ..- in-ju- y i jr m .- ... ....... 1 nal .. .., .,. '"'"' """ "'' ' to-da- ." " 3 m d: ,- -i "" ii ".. W" I . E0.1t-tar- ed , 1 thi I ," ad , to-d- ay to-d- pas-songe- rs arvj-hW- twtfi'tiba -- to-da- y. ' '' a- u. eoc-iio- - - ra-de- 1 n t' M 1 we-K- .! oo-m- - W t- i cm-nilMi- toi& wja Ti' ba at(ilK - ay iourli, '- ..npn. mm phd-U-Jbo- , iflt iaa I tm 11 FWTjOOOCttitWw u, V-taJ- r i m 1. S 0m4.f m w aa u. , kU-.ZX- l1 i. :isi&UaiMa- fr 'N ivl ' - i u-l- m. - n -- r J J tK V T I a hi i I MANY FAMW8 iUt0tJW9W I UWWWHBbIi 'fiwa- ij' i . SBHi jLa MULES MSM minm MrwiMfcW5ifcM' s - u If l IK'A l Amoriowi There i&t Inora .people djin tor fehe R'.oond rcwehrlion a disorganized the lack of 1 kind' word, a pat on began fll-batlB.U(ctn of rantf and alike ncourag3mmt' five back as a llbtl-Here is a Story of a Cannon Being shouMrg from boated tre and rocks We give baJow the eountiea felve Sfjoatonlal Dtefrtcts of tho than .there jm from disease. and out of the faafenoawj into which Stalfe, togathar with the population Mounteon the Back of Hot watwjon the grindstone will they had all fled, "Stop that mule! accMfag to tho 1910 caaouo: spoil It aftJ a little bo that it will Stop that mule!" "Kicker." Ffrat Dlatriotr IKclimn ll,T50, have no griL Usi warm vat.r, not There la anothar array mule whose Total. hot, for tatWg the f rest out of your Fulton 14,114, Graves 33,539. namo 1a lost to fame but', whoa s un59,403. stone. na- fortunate experience no doubt servos Gsn. JamosfOrant Wilson very Second District: McCnackwi xM What a lot of strength thene Uj army 4 boglnsjhis stories about army as a warning to refractory .l turally aj)plng;wlth dull ax;s! Speud Marshalll 15,771, Balterd, 12,090,, for wasted Biulas In 'the cunvat independent mule tto this day. This ; particular iiiw.y,.is. Total, iz.tiii. 4 a few miwiteB at the grindstone and mule was foolish nough. to pit his vtth a. few reflections on the TbArd District: Lvon' 9.423i liv- - se' how 'MoWy thq fwortd will go .,. . of the mule to civilization, says obstinacy against the resourc-ifntaos- s 10,627, Calloway 19,167, Itter that! J Ingston, Quartermaster Grant afterward of tho Chicago j4 Trigg 14,539. Total, 54.45G. Some fwka mako themslevos so But, however, wise It may be In generalduring the Mexican war. they a large Fourth District Caldwll 11J63, lnmo kdokWg aljput things, .that He was backod upagalnat general for 'a. writer to Impress the Crltbeiiden. 13.296. Webster t21974 tiro themJj.yes' all out and nsver reader twilth the broad significance ot roc kand his head was held firmly Total. 43.333. rVi make anMftlng out of life. It doesn't Ids Bubject at the outaot, such a dj-lc- e by several tnen. The harness was Union 19,886. Total 49,238. pay. I Is unraeoaesary when tho subject thon , iravra on him. Up'i,canie his Christfan W45, Sixth District: The bojiand'glrls got onugh hard resoundingly and struck is the mule. Even If tho mule were hoaU Hopkins 44,291. Total, 73136. knocks ob! to. ihe world without your in nowise related to the affairs of asalnst the rook, while an expression Seventh Distriot: Ohio 27,64 2 a lull- - being stern and harsh (wilth them. Let nations, hiai$ simple but InteraaMng of doubt canio, over .the Jiatelllgont lenjbung 28,598, Butller 15.S03 .ratal your hoia beto them a shelter and personality 'would be sufficient to sus- .iiiJmiii'.q f.tf. A teiw mora kicks and 72,045. a refugo trom tho storms of tho world. counho quit kicking. He tain an antlck-- . Daviess 41,020, Eighth District: around the Bllppory Gots pptt oheejtry hrolcaUiy, ujtully, if not For this reason wo proceed ot llcfiean 13,241. Total,' 54,261. house and barn somotlmes. Got a al throughout tho .whoto campaign. 01 some ui .cue to tne aioraos Nlhth District: Logan 24,977, Simp- barrel off sand) coal ashes or sawdust anmyl mules that ihavu niado The automobile may some day son 11,460, Todd 16,488, Total and wtn suah days oomu, scatter And first oven supplant the army mule. But It names for'Uiainsrelves. the dcy spots. Easier to ''. can news- equal or dim the exploits there was Mlotlque. Tnth DilatrJat: BrecklnirldgB 21,-0- savo' bones than it Is to mend them'. gray of the sagacious animal which In fact, Mslque, an ancient "WhJ pais the taxes?" ask Wal Hancock 8,512, Moade 9,783. mule, was fpiuojlcally onjoyndg the Wilson bo ably presents' and in g laces ffarmier. So far as we have post at Mt. Vermon freedom ofTrtilw Eleventh District: Wanien 20,579, been Ale to discover protity nearly barracks, near MobtUe, Ala. He was y pays. The tax collector Is Eacapod With His Life. Allen 14,882 Edmonson J7169. Total too old and! stiff to do anything but "Twenty-on- e years ago I faced as rtftntlajs as dieath, ana low- - are Ughtwork from time tofiimo a bit of awful death," wrtlos, H. B. WarMn, Hardin 22,696, able I side-ste- p Twelveth District: him. But because there 'was around Win Grayson 19,958, Bullitt 9,487. Total Itijfcliis tine wagon-nvak'- -r ort HarrilPEon, S. C. 'Doators to dotthe (that he tho clamour of a tradition ," s I had coasumptlon and thtdroidful 52.141. iwhon.Jyou mud freeze to the" j. vras left fchoro iwhen Gem. Jackson's couahlihad ltsure jnough Thirteenth DiSitrkt: .," ilnrt 18,173, comJln from a trip. You donft.ned army encampjd in the (vicinity In I triad jverythtc, I could fhoar of.-- Lae 1Q.701, Gftten 11,871- Total, to I it though. By Uklng aUttlo ' 3819,he was honored about his folfor my cough and- - Was under 5he treat- 40,745. ", paili you can get most of the mud lows. And? because of that sanw ment of the best doctor In? GeorgeNelson Fourteenth District;: offjlhlle' it is soft, and bo aav.the glamour, .whan an onder to sell all town, S, C, for.a year, but could 18,041, ,' Spenjca- 7,r5G7. waftn many s unserviceable animals came the offi get Totai, 42,438. advlssd no relief, A not track mud into tha 'house. department cers wrotojto the war DiacOverj'. to try Dr, King's N-Fltteenth Distriot: '"'Clarion 1C30, Prtflde a scraper and matt outside aaking that Mexlque be kept and pendid so, and was complotoly'cunad. 1 Waahlngton 11,961, tlwldoor, and do not forget to use 13,940, Taylor sioned. gSj. Sherman indorsed the tbj 11 before gcdng into 6he house. feel that I owe. my life to ta!iigrvt Totol, 42,231. xcquest. 3 lung cure." It3ipo3ltive-l-v throat and Sixteenth Dlstriat: Cllntoa 8jl53, Sc ibblng floors and sweeping carpets TiieJ'o IjQon file Jn tho war departcuaramtaed oroouirhs. cold3. and Cumberland 9,846, Adair 16,J3, Rus- - an net oasy tasks, and tho fihought-f- u ment anaorder dated October 30, )U1 62.- all bronchial affocllons. 50cf $1.00. ! llib,861. Wayne 17,518., man will not add to dils wife's 1SS3, andlslgmod by Robont T. Linbn dens. Trial bottle f roe at an aruggiats. m I881S shows that coln, secretary which ' i 3evenitenth Mstnlot: J; rol 19,- he horse blankets got torn some- Norique'sjclalms wore not overJook-o- The Kentucky Mules are tas Best sTaJpuiiaski 33,980, avl 31,982, tlies. Some blustery day, take a evori though ropubldcs are somc- Knor 22.11B, Bell 28,44' Jackbon fut needle .and thraad and soewlhat of All. "Let times uncratoful. It neads. 1, 163, good Job you con do mendinng the 10,734, Rockca3tle 14,473. ! this mule bo wall, kiopt. and cared for How is it? ts, It is. a good thing.. for tha Tiaa' always" be"an Bald eh'aCKen "at the .pu Lilc EJghtieenth District: lancoln 17,- - en follcs to do such Ititle jobs as surpasses in' Ui!e product of tucky livas." Garrdrd 11,894, its and not call on the woman so 14,668, Old Whttay, of the Twelftjh array whiskey, fast horses and Clw beauty ' ucli. They have their own .work to army of h?r women. Nqw comi3B (the'ollow Oa3yil5.479, Total 59,938. famous corps. Was another .Art Nlntosnth District: cu OK Oft1 .u,wu, !o every day. Wilson, lng from Washington that will add to Gon. mule, according Motcalf 10,453, Monroe 13,653, Total If you are thinking of moving, bat- a itradMjlon that Old another star to her crown: Thene look aroucd first to Gee If the jS W.ottey, fas in tho ammuni'.tloii train In South Africa tb.3. American mule 49,409., Anderson 10,- Ime, energy and money- you would Twentieth District: at tho battle of Buqna Vdsta and tlie Is oon3ulered far suiurlor to th aniStorming" of Monterey, Mlie Mexlque mals imported from Argentine, ac- 146j Franklin 21,135, Mender 14,063. spend seeking a, mw location iwould "' ' no,lf wisely spent about the "old place raportaifc The Total. .45,344. But. whethcr ho proved his lourago cording to consular Twehty-firHenry 13-- result in an incr-asDistrict: of .profit and on' those sfcricktan Clolds or ncit, there Missouri or ''Kentucky mule is the 71CK Oldham 7,248, Triuble 6.512. comfort that would putlfy you in ata,. Africa?, about his having the best sulttd for South was aio One lng with tho oI iiom'e. Bdtter do hundred raiules were nacemtly ;lmport-- 1 Oarfolll 8,110. Total, 33,fS6. true fighitiJiic eplnlt. Tw2ity -- second Dlsitirictrv Wootli this .than be sorry. Hla cihtef pleasure Jn life was to ed from the United Starts anfd they To koap plows from rusting: To iUp his noose and wandor about .the hav,3 proved so satisfactory that a ford; 12,571, Scott 16,936, rJessamilni three pounds of tallow ilx onf, pcuad camp seeking a mule that was vor-'tl- contract for two hundred more has 12,613, Total 42,140. Twenty-thir- d of white lead. Malt tho tallow in District: .GaUai'ln bf his hail. The d'jsturtQnco h Just been cloSjJ. Tlw mules must 142(8; Tots an old Iron pot; stir' in th) whito caused 'froqucnCly made tlie HoUliers b? fourto-.hlands; deep 69ifBooao 9,420, Own and one hulf lead. Whon usicg, heat thomlxturo was making agirth, good bone and sliort pegged 8,365., tliinic ijho Twenty-four- th District: Kentfn and apply it wiJi nn cM paint brush. on thtj camp. But one and muat be beiw)ft?n four andiven attack In the epring Just- - put tlw plow in " years old. Tha prtcepald for Amer- 70,355; light he nearly mat his match. ,"C5amplf.-l- l Twenty fiftb. District: This will cjan tho the ground. wos a big sj'eat.u-ihar- d There ican mule3, dn South Africa s. slightly : 59,363.:-- . moldboard as bright dn a fyw yards dun niultj bulcngins to Gjn Stcll3' less than $250, Twonty-sixtutstrlot; .. Braclen a$ It was before. Tho eame appilies This mule coxpa .called 'Dynamite. Shako of the grip Of your,' old 10.308. Poadliloton 11.9S5. Grant 1153 to any farm tool ufod fo 'culitiva-tinkicker, was & enemy, Nasal Ctatarrh, by using Ely's taTm S7a '" Trithv'cyHndfjr iutitachmA.Uvt and ca'pe- nicfi.iJ1 . Cream Balm. Then wiU all the bw1- v'arantv,v.m,t, The rude, vulgar and often malicious . , 1am iinotlon. Ouo m'tCit WKtay; Got ling and soreness be drivun out of 47,715, piotures put forth In tho guise of wit s looRetHiid got Into SicklMS camp and the tender, inflamed membranes: The District: jjj. Boipon and caricature through tho' doily and I r&aup against tho big dun mule. For fits of aije7ilrg will ccoa-- and he Twenty-olght- h a few inlnu'j.Ts tho Ug dun follow discharge as offenialvo to others as 17.462. Clark 17,987, HontgoWy Sunday press, aria deatrojilng (ho .antla ,i tic sense, if net the kindly inratincts .idMto't; Beom to .be "In it," but as to younself, will be Bjopped 'yHban 1268. Total, 48,317. Twenty-nint- h District j OiMlIjon of a whole generation of jioung peojjwy'lsay In tho irlze ring," he was the causes that produce it are remov-o- d. 26,951, EstlH 12,273, Paw?.l36,'2flB,Lie ple, who are growing tfj iiuoturtty yrniV. "f a pebble," gnt ills second Cleanliness, comfort and renewed 9,531. looking upon them as one of tho or; Total 65.023. - .windl and tojd tlie orat'jcb, Nuw health by the use of Cream Balm. Thlrtlolh District: Niclioi '.10,601, dinary incidents of life.- (Jarry the '., feaJtvo mules stand on their' hind Sold by all druggists Cor 50 coots, abominable things out of the iiouso .jaeejftuid paw and bite and ocrjani, :' 'i or mailed by Ely Bros., 56 Warren Total, 31,595. ' with tho tongs, for't'ha (Sake of tho ''STduiow aguln as quick as lightning Street, Now York. TJilrty-ftlr- st District: Maun lS,6U children. Fncin January Farm Journ-a- l. tjgyj( wheel and stand on tliiodriiront Luwla 16,887. Total. 35,498, ' ' ' I h pamr, kick wltli Conjugal Felicity. At Thirty-secon- d District: Sow 21,- A New England farmer, noted! for goodly portion of the." aanny a waLtons creek, ,' atimd8 about cheering tinn on and his uncontrolled tanvpdr, attended a 444, Greenup 18,475, LawM oe 80,007 ..'uSSSu-jiI on tlio result. SuUdftmly the religious revival In tho neighbor- Elliott 9,814. Total 71,800. Dec. 28. The Christmas tree a't Mr. ,Thlrty-thlr.- d lh ryill,255 Sam. Williams Saturday District: mul3 presonts hla broadside to hood and became convcrt-.d- . night was Lichor 10.623, Clay 17,7ft. Jlarlan lughly enjoyed by the' little ones. MBWhltsy, wlum . quicker" (than A month later he was (holding forth 5.. tr ' of friends Sl.679. Pilce ; tMVent tuo om w.arruor uiwis.aus to a number and rela- 10.W6, loyd 18,623, Miss Anna Cartor teacher of the . 1 .l I At I Jl. gathered at the Thanksgiving Ktioitt 10,791 Leslie 8,9 164 Martin Rough River school visUjd her ir-eri-t- a i ; i,iswioi juiir, pver, vm nujon 01 ma tive Total 15,075. Tbn dun mule dinner table, on the subject of Ills 7,291,' Johason 17,482. mule's hCnrt. near Simmons from Friday unMagoffin til Sunday, Dlstniot, 4W, gasjks once or twice and is rollgloua ptinoipUes, hla enijlre chang Thirty-mrtof cliaraoter, and his kind and for- 13054, Breathitt 17,540. Jn (fan 16, Mr, Sclota Hooker and' family spent ' Uq, name of tho next mule that bearing disposition. Finally, grow- 259; WolJt 9,864, Owsljy 7,9 ?T Total, Ohrtetmas, wiih Mr. Hock'w'a fathr ; J" " Wilson colobnatca Js lost, but ing onLhusiaatlc in his description, 65.N6: Mr. vJolin Hocker of near MalIB-ry- . District: Eq an 9.43S, ciplott livju. A good many yoara he called on h'.a wita to uphold 'his Tii4r,ty-flft- h Rev. C.i O. Bennett filled hte reKii- Hj Bj.il 13,9S Flemmlng 16,061 ,t Caaiter mo. during an Indian campaign lu oB3ertloJi. lar ai)poln4anent at Walton' i Creek, Wtt ,an offlcor concivtd tlie "Jame," he shouted, " jtou haven't 21.966 Mrietfee 6.153. TotaW7.6U. Thirtyr'Xth, ThlrtyMeoih and Little Mlso Mary Jane Maddox won gun had, an unkind word or d.ed fitmm i of mounting a mpld-flrin- g Districts, ioiikiiM 'of second priz $t dollarti ' a big mule. 'Wis thing wsw done since I gat converted now, hlvyyc? ThMy-idignt- h aad tnwUr everything promts! vjbl until Thene wm a dead, alienee; then LoulsvlU and Jelf erson icoUfty Alney Ashby wen, a third,.!-l, a'popul&tton leaedi llUfiiQ. day on tlie inarch thu lanyard got came in mee.k yet reKiilng toueB, dollar Jn the. 'Red Goose drowHiag ' 8tiii: can be oontaet. Tha nrIsM upq Iuji ).v We bWve that the KigM w)tli Uib inul.i s hni.Kot from thp other iend of the tabha; "Jerome, Jerome, you'tv fogot4hfl sofrlltle4l that VryeU w4U vary Mr. Plummw ef Wis Oentrtown pho muUi, U4rtxl and thrujiwas n Lippln- - mom thM flvd bhouaaff'jirom Uie li!d dlschaPKe. Surpit&ed, yws bo- - time you bit Ce., The prlzo'wUiner .wHl ' . relH4rt)d average of 60A'f, fl''iwre ar lvav a abanoe at a iai-Kto turn rouita anu nounutq ljuru eott's nlfar. 'tfjJ'diatotaL that now fxJuVi w to,uro tfD here tho naiwiwas oomlo, teethe MM Goelioe po. j lu oiwtaon tbe TontbJmWtowtii W!1hmi a tho Kima Maio m kopt klWg to Mr$ Joefe, oWWfi jj lion'aiiglu kin hlwd lex. I '&, utfoct rmw ywatina Mr inotir iw. Roc at rf WHIiub8 Mum. i.t Tsr Ia&ats aad CUUtml . a fa rwnarkaUe, urt Mri E. A. Carter .MataaMH wst I utMiiuoi 01 iue . teieutuMO )eeiiti.dI . by a T(w KM Ym Hi Always ImcM ..1. , Do ant try th ady and mulu tv-ia&MJ of tlw WHtf of At Warn Suaduy Aug 00. a Xlx-.cocter, dlMiMtnglmg goii Wto by flivLng ltj gfua wood Mm. R; C. Taylor ItatAMM HWri Bears ths f'.K'Bif .ma m all lUrootions to bum, If It' hr,lstor, Mrs. H. R, BauU Tuw- Signature pf l Many auiaa wjars hiiiMir out try- cifc'wuai com-pwi- og J -k la-ti- on iwbjr-Ocean. Autos Can't'Equal Feats of Sagacious Animals. JawfifeiKceutoter- wi MMk by tharod od with Hrdmh ow lArn but navor revotv-te- g a men In. 4ke .etwwi fMd, to IwhlteWMh a, crooked muK Mdtttert with a'taptd-Ur'n- g The Senatorial Districts of State, un4rtaiw pofttotMu aun. 9oatj?rinK deftto tvad wounds! ' You am biiw than you aom! b('t" ulatioa Together With the ovwy Wck from his lift Wad with j'onrsalf to bo. than foot, waa too much, ovon for 'According to 1910; Census. So dont gwj way to'dteopuragjnW111- After soldiers. WW13 J& 'the wlRu warlike Mtmtini M tacl4ed. ""- - WBK Mm INI TIE SfilrfclAL HftlfiS rip Whkwh j I 4U I? v ai tat 'j' LET u: I ' ijii, ' ed tr jjbslleve PRINT YOU CARDS' ... ENVEOPES BILL HEADS LETTER-HEAD. . . IV. r4N(!)TE HEADS &0POST CARDS !BLOTTERS v i 7 j. ' , ' - afev's; f. . v STATEMENT HEAD'S CIRCULARS BOOKLETS t PROGRAMS .a.1 -- t : , .SHIPPING A'' .' TA0S, .a Hj vJ . LABELS ' . f. . i 1: STO'CK FORMS miui-ldu- 52,-92- 5. ' ORDER BLANKS- - .CATALOGUES . MORTGAGE' BLANKS; I DEED BLANKS .wh-'il- SuperioQualityliices Reasonable. ' iook-jdilk- d 'i - - . '" . T ' Let Us Submit Estiraateou Your Next Work. ' " All Work' Guaranteed. I - yoars-donge- '"'' fri-jn- d THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN 'Pho'ne to. 22 -- d, ) Hartford, Ky. "n ' . oxpensw-ton-Tvkfl- r it 897,-Boyl- m fa f T v V V "T "v v T T T If) SEND YOUR BOY TO Jj Matheny 1 at J : Batts' ij- $ Vanderbilt Training S I- -- - mid-Blfi- ht ' -- h' ... , Sciool ELKTON, KENTUCKY. I double-baok-ao't- on g. p.lia s V If ' ;and ji"( A 200-vo- 4 S . h 202,-920,- or A limited select school. Co! lege trained teaihers. Students from more than thirty towns in Kentucky and ft )m six Southern states. Equipment" valued at $45,-00Electric Iight8,Steam Heat, Hot and Cold Eths. Moral Surroundings excellent. No saloons. Extremely healtdiiil location. $3- 000 spent on improvements this summer. . i .. ,.. i We take boysj irom VZ years oi V age up. . you want your hoy carefully If trained send him to us, and send; him while he isyc ung. The ninetentk' yenr of the 0. :, . ji! JL r m ... ! school opens Sept T. vy rice ior lust (jited Catalogue. AddtW A mai'-Janua- . a m-Iz- a lQnmpniwUwM to CASTOR A -t m woll-dtopoii- ineinr. iri 1 1 MATHEi jfS 7 d -- C&4&B&. t rinoip'iilw, jft$$MfJf$JfA k BATTS, - iwrf-jiMiK-fl- r 11 ! I ..'t A- - " TT(f. ji"'mrZZZZZTZZ!ZJ' .' " ' V ," t ilssssssl I S Bank Of HM hitman- hlnodan, TWraaswa In 17IIm ,. ... "i, i oli;j-- - M ono aswmwy ft-NowYortc. De.31. Dnutatrtftttny .1 "Holiday JnMuence-- ruled lastwtwl ft; ' will bo ihis biwn doom. ItIt is In thoco Jmand active uhiw1 at ro:al contrast ' sovcra ecKMiing, whn th'i 1 1St with pronlx'ntcry qulite In witofejsaV C" J'tar-nl:!Docit had iima joDDing irfHie, a ruriaiT Mew paid to tlie ing down JHJd4f(try owr tho cndoi Court con ' tho year period and stAsnaot c? lh? court ,s cf roinlty had when bureaucracy." illow-n- g m For Infants and Children cuuutian in tvecurities and commodi J ,111 kSz "I',' '' Ware hjrapidly of tho' W ddl every tatt ties. Money- baa cyasid and rnitriUk; TV'lSSa" Pure Spun . 1 coming iruo use igr cooktri f fes. It il hiking hnvo. increased. Coll.otlonu hu.v-bc- i ih, and Ju wn uiwn the onw- -' because Jhile its the itfaec of arrale and Mo 'rCes of Hio common graaUy.auIcknicd by increased drcti- Scottt, ffihary wa-- first cost is n trifle mnro it is jiif cont as it ishuaran- lacion ofomoney In thi a&tig o'nitors.' Patton, iJghty-flv- o really much cheaper in the! faI last palcticallv LttiOi wca lor iwcmy-iiv- c years Sand is indan was colIuAod Winthcr condition have impaired y of a me time. which coal trade, but no scarALCOHOL 3 PEK CENT, j Jsfc only fi m r,i! The cenuine "lfin?." Dure their lltti'K' horn s city Is ivporcvd. Foreign demand for Atdc ab le lYrndMiinn r- c. jj crack, sc le, peel, SPUN (not cast) Aluminur 4 of Tax l slks Ur.d diva of sirailaiingitelbouanultoita American wheat has niifarvauly u; In ureaK, ecorch or burn. S convent French Rovolu.cn ling (lie Siomachs andBtMdscf strongly, at tho Paotfic, ccamt, and It looks like silver bu Ui only al iut one- w. and w Slates Senator WI1-- n ' 'shipments to quarter as rnuch, is easily I rt.ana nan leu. and .cmitomtrs, t Ught el Absolut, y 'pure, will not rust, corrode or "Concerning t,h" such ns Franco and As.'n, havo ,v(?o Iwarcl bb money, time and and wholeson in National Maza- In heaviest In many years, doctor s bills. 2ineVS?oHwiryt ProraolesDigcslionhtrrTur "Relatively best rtponts as to curBe sure ou Ret IK si. C. llo ncss and Rcst.Cnnl.iln? nrithrr rent trade como from a fow largo uine ware stamp! EPoaUs )fl r's Troubles. Opiunt.Morphinc norHincraLs i i, western centers and as a whole from WiHHf To fiFcrty. nr (s a season of the South, where good results from HERREL BROS.I'Iikport, Hy. high priced cotfon yUds nrc In ovl- - tbWAy oxper sVbtitittm toes and fingorQ eoaJ amis and lips, ohil-rc- d uonco. PurrfHt) Sttd' bla!.ns,;'thormoj and rough skins jUxSam "Industry as a wholo is quieter. e 5tlfte2n ich troubles fly be- Further cuntallme'nt is reported in Iron fre Dwoallier ni!ca Salvo. A nUl and steel, some furnaces are banked, oon,v,n mj&rSrSiil and m t healer' of Burns, ItirmSm- and stocks of pig iron aro reported Bruls-js- , tluSjrroitJanr. larger. Lower wages ns a result of Bo"3' stuff wl s, sores, oon oil uoctrinas, and too The Problem of Divorce. Eczemjj0 away ns. only 25c at all quiescent uemanuare taiKcd of as a Aperfecl Remedy forConsfipa- I a K'rsoihl and social richt . According to tho census in of 1890, if The com- druggpaa tiiat -- R'flr. AVUllam 11. Foulkes, possibility the cpmtog year. lion , sour atomaciLuiamuu ibo vcniti there was a married population Jin the parative absence of, railway buying I Worms ,Convulsiops.Fmrish- Portland. lt(,d States of 22,447,760, viih an io effect WELL. ncssandLosSOPSLEEP. is a bar to activity, and operations .. Hinual average of 33.197 dlvoroas I ono year ago Mr. iallU- Is nothing tut a conUnua as a whole are down to aboutCO per . Dec. -A -latSinulc Signature of published in you jTha't Is, thre was oae. divorce toev-j- L jtMs life. It Is not future. cent basis. .Thy wood and woolen Republ676 of married niia..'pait if ihn nmrlval liomilatlon. An-- 1 . .... fait Rev. Dr. F. V. lUnnitt, manufacturing tirade reports a. rather cording to the census of 1010, there Ijrj flan, of one of Ohio ,'lmr.ity'S wandering NEAV YORK. unsattefaotory year and renewed cur Danville, Ky., was a married population of 27,770,- tailment in cotton manufactures Is sons who hadlbo' away from home in should OTer stop to think .twenty-fou- r 101, with an. annual divonco (record of sirs, or almost one talked of. This has'telped somewhat some 60,502,or one divorce to every 500 otj1 i to whether lie could ,do a to causing the buyers to. closev for quarter of a centiy. Hjg name wasl hiiaranleed.undcrthc i"00 Stephens MaxwellTayior. You also deed, or fulfill his hlghor next iriarried papulation. Bettwtfcn 1S87 andfE' season's needs of some goods. "m. y;. ..Maajattea 1906 tlie record of divorces told haw all the amlly then living ,. Rev. N. D. Hills, Con- reaches ton Business failures lit' "the United 'tw;ltl , Ezaa Copy of Wrapper, the amazing total of 942,625. Alm03t pxAlallst, IirooklytK and THt CtKTUK COHNIIf, ( TOK cm. States for tho week ending December received him. showed him with;1 manner of kind-- . a million. American marriages went 22, aggregate 211 against 290 last 'shear more Uiao one trouble to pieces In twenty vears. TTh week," 261 In the llkte week of 1909, nes3. Well thatsao boy, on Christ tee. Some people bear (tbree mas day, sv.t his'iferln tlie old homedisruption ovortook 47.2S1 marrlaecr'1 19 in 1908 and 101 in 19071 mnlUE. hi they have had, all they OJO ,m- a Vpar., 3 ,w.w n mrttiHi uiuiu ,, jdu stead again, toiglysomfort and olieor uv.,b miwn and all thoy expect to have to his aged ardfblo mo'jher. Ah! a day. ' B. Romensnydtf1, Lutherain, INtACHTOWR FOR FLETCHER'S who Is it thatfhas ttt, boon separated No one section of the country pro WAHTED--- A and district to nei V city. a, muon larger from lpved ones, d. has boon per- Mr w uuubs crop ....m-.divorce I ampie s" "luinccr;- - tucrcie lumishfd f br us. Our aKtnts everywbere art idlest mow If. ..i 4 S.WI WTilri BbnHABa4a4 mitted to clasp'tlm by the hand than another. vjfer at tn Louisiana, with' Its M ants men wiho have the . NO MONEY ItGOIJIUKl until firfitn To Develop Kentucky Oil and Gas again and seem i live a whole Jargo UtfJiolIc jwpulatlon, to anyone, anywhere in the U. S. without a tent deposit in advance, prepay frtirkt. and Mormon and ;who will do allow IKN UAV8' FJlEETKIALdutimr which time ?oumarifctlie bkmleand cenury Jn one.; mnent of time, utan, and Unitarian it to any test toii wiih. It ju are then not perfectly satisfied or do not wish tc rut Massaohusiotts hisKet according to ithe laws as Fields. keep the bicycle ship It back to us at our eirense vycu will not t out one ttmt. Quite a circle of 'iennds met air. iunxsn similar figures. Broadly laodBtab, by the Blblle. Rev. J. H. CROTADV DBtnce We luraish the hirhtst Krad Mrvrlra it 11 nrvuihl In mall v"j. Glasgow, Ky., Jan. .3. A company nwswns s niyug at one small profit above actual factory tost. Yon sare Ik T ii. n I Taylor at his' SS J, . US, speaking, the divorce rate rises as we LdtB.Vosbyterian. Wheeling. u s miuuiciBcn i f u uy Duyini: airect oi us and nave tne nanulaclurer j guai composed of Kentucky and Kansas anlee behind your bicycle. 1IO NOT Illjy a bicycle or a pair of tires front tttyeia U ely !yj And on Mon- cross the map westward, but, an thtj and sent a at any rue until you recent our catalogues and learn our unheard oljadtrrj B aSMl-HBff- l capitalists has 'Just been organized for day trios and rtmarkablt iftcmt offm to rider HRcnt. the 26th hid raAlvts ni-- him WlA whole, the rate Is fairly ev en. thruout pulses of a watm hfart aro the purpose of operating wh,n m receive our beautiful ant I nl WtfmiVn for oil and at Byron Taylor's. JVhjn ithe day our wmdtrMlly tne country. ,The mate ds sligihtihi bet & truer and finer, often, than ,, imnwmym'i, , mttfll RF ATnHKIiril rtucly Vu superb models at thecatalcfue natural gas in Southern Kentucky. was done .thei People assorted. an catifif itK ntnAt iKu than anv other factorv. larger In cities than In the country theRiematlcal formulas of a big mn youni 5ifo a UiClTCllK lKAIiltH. VOU fan nnr MrvrUc imrtrr tmnr r..n Several members of the now company dav out euvorce is ,by no means a city! lra-iek i i aooDie our prices. Orders nlled the We rrrivrri. Richard W. Logue, Epls- - are now taking leases ;on prospective meir riBHus, iiuu roc ieueu to or8ECONl UAND UXCYCXKS. .do not recularly handle second hand bicycles, he ganize ,a social a.mudal annd a can- problem. Lt usuall bave.a nurnoer on nana taken in trade by our Chicago retail stores. Ihese we e'ear id coiiSajHalelgh. oil lands in Barren, Cumberland and Promptly ai pnees ranging irom w to or lo. bargain lists Dreaiung, frhn-iau?U fW,&ll an.lO ' aaacTCD DDAKPC single wheeli, lnipirtel rollerjjescrlpuv and peuaiH, mailed Ire It Is astonishing to find that dlvoreJ rliafns parts, repairs atjj WAdltK-BKJIReQuipment.oi all Linds at hV th usuatrttadt flj Is tHe .most Important force Butler counties, and are making an the nidit. BotUdld ail " voiiiur remain tows, stringent or liberal, atteot TB n miuAiviinp r hmaam exhaustlveresearch of jjihe prospects ed until the 7'r oirige was oaiton lasb rate' very slightly. New HampnsirJ in A: for it Is the ptower of choice nuiuiuKt-fKUuEM staking oil in paying quantities and tlie last stick olsandy, .U,tah and South Dakota show almost wit Win we decide between good of wias bro- and, are favorably impressed with the kenReiV. J. P. D. Lloyd, Pavss- SELF'HEALfiNG TIRES ToiitmimscE,om.r i'.JR I eSaai'' the same propontlou of divorce Mfl , l' outlook; per population and pec bytm'SeaititUei, 77 regular retail trice of these tires is The taiirlstmasj tr.jj at this place vashi jnarraoges SSJO 6er 6air. tut to introduce we tvill The wells recently driller In Butler was NOW lOrk With its OnA RUKo fnr. !!. wll attenSffl. stuycuatampupa i riorftAuwasn tutin order ffjj). Bs??7lh; rtta.-'.i'-j county are still producii ig oil In paytW:JF?MMW Mr. ,?Clevolaiffl Raifes of Rosino NO MORE TROUBLE FROM PUNCTURES orce,and Nov Jersey with Its half. Sff?w Dr othtlr tho a"lido"s ,ev opmpany :i good thins, If kept up ing qualities, and har speijelilng a fow e'ys wdtli Messrs G 1.189 will not let the is t NAILS, Tucks or dozen causPfl rihow ef BiapHnary-will Blxtv thousand calrs sold last vear. air out. hundred, ' -..V- " Luthwn.rid Hearl-- L ticaL thousand pairs now in use; Over two and the work of drilling for oil In that . uiiauiu ui vuuiauiug Ul. Mr. ClarenoofAllen Nocreek, spout DESCRIPTION! Made in all sizes. It is lively The solution of our divorce prolf', easy ridinfr.verydurableundlinediusidewitr , , . . .. Nuw Ha- - county will begin at oncti . . fir., ViHey, PT'esbj-trirai,- Saturday night wMrE. S. Howards. end a special quality of rubber, which never becomes mm iios securing a Deuer reaaiuofl Barren counity abounds In natural porous and which closes up small punctures without allowr.i Mr. and MTaJjFYei Cooper, Hart- ing the air to escape. Wc have hundreds of letters from satisNotice the thick robber treail between men and women la every d4 j -gas which has Ibeen founldimany times anu pnuomre strips ur Miss Rgnxkw Trout. Beav- fied customerssating that their tires haveonlybeen pumped partment of life, it Is an anomaly 111 nqd I," also rim strip -- m jlodern Christianity must- be while drilling wells for water. Many ford, and up once or twice in a whole season. They weigh no more than to prevent rim catting. TbJ er Dam, are spendingi ifow days with an ordinary tire, the puncture resisting qualities being civen this republic that tihero should be any j ttre will outlast any olber bed as .to convent our modern years ago gas mas struck on tlie Brad specially by several layers makr SOFT, KLAST1U uul their laments Mr, ai! t.Mre. D. B. tread. The regular of thin, these tiresprepared fabric on the price of distinctions cm account 'of sex. Ii te is J3.$o per pair.but for EASY itU)INCU Efon as welLas..llttllb ohlldreni ford farm, three miles from town. The ' idvertislncpurposwearemaklnca special factorvpriceto 'E Trout absurd that women should receive if v. Horge C. RJjchmpnd, Epiaeo- - well was abandoned, as many the rider of only J4.80 per pair. All orders shipped sameday letter is received. We ship CO. D. on others Our efficient You and found them strictly as represented. Charlie approval. allow do not pay a cent until3 you have examined making lower wago man men Tor equal work PhiUadelpbia. a cash discount of per cent (thereby We will the price 94.ua per pair) if you havo been, because the company was Rogers,Is attending hie funeral of send. FULL CASH ,WITII OltDKH and enclose this advertisement. You run no tisli. In jerfbrmed or equal service given, it not drilling fo sending us an order as the tires may be returned at OUR expense if for any reason they are gas. Some tlmo his father Luther, Roars, who died not satisfactory on examination. We are perfectly reliable and tncney sent to us is as safe as in a is unfair to deny women their share atlpn of tho church since the Messrs! Bradford concluded of these you will find that they will If you order a at his iionio near Bali&own, yester bank.better, last longer pair look finer tires, any tire you have ever used or ride easier, run faster, tn public, housekeeping. It is- unjust fr U great 'mass of the people theywould pipe the; gas to wear and seen at any price. We than resiknow that you will be so well pleased that when you want a bicycle you will give us your order. ' day morning at ilve o'oclc. to tax them and at the same tdme re- - ml her removal from the true dence and use it for both fuel and to send us a trial order at once, hence this remarkable tire offer. We waut-yoMr. and Mrs.j?anl jiTayllcr, are fi-don'i buy anvkindat any price until you tend fora pair of fuse them citizenship. JUJTjm M a;j ioX Jesus. Rev. G. R. Lunn, light This, Tvasjdone fwtSSaw TIDMTC lledgethorn runctuTC-Proo- f at a small cotit. tires on approval and trial at lICO American' women are as well adu- - PJ leVlan, 'Schenectady, N. Y. the special introductory price quoted above; or write for our big Tire and Sundry Catalogue which describes and quotes all makes and kinds of tires at about half the usual prices. P. Jackaon. la i Ihu ick l!st. oated, as Intelligent, as moral, as con- -, $100 Reward S10O. UilT wTMlM Put write us a postal today. DO NOT T1IINK OF 1IUY1NO a bicycle Messrs, Marvta, and Aral Hock or uMM nttm U4IT or a pair of tires from anyone until you know the new and wonderful a n:an Uilnks in his heart clentions and wlthtin their oppoirtu- -' The reader f this paper will be offers we are making. Itouly costs a postal to learn everything. Write it MOW. crued, Evry man has his pleasaa to kwri that there is at least Loganspont arajfrlsttli! : jjrelaitivos at nltlea as efficient as American men. r MEAD CYCLE COMPANY, Once this Is fully recognized: once tand his creed whatever it be, ono dreaded, dl ease that science has this place. CHICAGO, ILL. the last vestige of sex prejudice and H fiteinnin'lng factor In his lifo. been able to tire in all ts ntagos, Kill More than Wid Beasts. Jlurdock ' .Mcleod, Presbyterian, and ,that sex contempt vanishes from custom Hall's Ca.arrh The number o?li3oi)kkJillcd jiearly and from the statute books; once the Cure , is the oi ly positive cure now same standard of morals is reoog'-- j n dlcal fraternity. Cat by wild beast sjdon't. .pprcoch tho known to tlie Kingdom of Gcd Is more than led byl l&jaaa germs. nlzed In society as It, is in the law; ' arrh bolngi a institutional dlsoase, vast number hi T i eentlmwt or a beautiful flgura A, once No life, is saft from. iolc attacks. is made at least as easy for it Hall's Catarrh Cure is takln. Inter the In nri yTTmpmi as for men to earn an honor- - Kbech. It Is deslrvs,realization of- nally, acting di- ctly upon the blood They'reput. gran water, fduat, vivn Wghof our hopes and food. proteejtMi Is affordGNE OF OUR living; once marrlvHl on abso'lu- and mucous su'acfis of the syetom, lipIratlonB and deepest longongs. thereby destroj'iiig llttt-xs- , hch detstroy teaims is made possible jio th,e fbunatlcw of ed by Electric thosl'dcudly ekaso gemms G. W. Griniton, Eplsoopallian, FULL BOOKKEEPING COURSE SCHOLARSHIPS the disease, aid giving the paitiont and xriell .fcfeJ'yor' Physical advantage on tho irgh, Jt;. Y of ithe auband no pamsjtiism strength, by building up the constitu from the syatoiu Thlaf why chills, ior only f 25. The regular price is f 100. Those who bring or mail foyer tied ague, all malaaul and many I allowed on the part of the wife: H this advertisement to us within five days after seeing it and telling us g busl- - tion and assi6ing nature in doing can slirt (he whero they saw it will be able to have one reserved at the low rate of Then i willl be perfectly safe to1 propnleitons have so bliood tUaeasiB field proiptly bo tills capital. Only Its work. The with very little 25. Books and stationary are included. No time limit. If not ready Hj ',dicc I purinur ivy tnm, In , Its curative pojwurs wontK-riuattach a divorce coupon to etvery mar now, buy one for futuro use. thiogs In tlie wiorld can hissa much faith r and enjoy, th- - ' glorious hcaillth and riage certificate, 'with pernjleslom for , they offer a goose, Jind. a man. Ren-- J. that any case, Ono Hundred! Dollars now. strength t iy'lll glv you. Mon- both parties to tear It off art. wl!V hat it falls- o curie, ESontgomery, Methodist Eplscopa- - for ey DacK, if satisno. uniy ouc KhtBta Ohllde Dcor In .tbe . Ja&uary Send for list otj testimonials. rVldno-Minneapolis. m IVicuin. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. at all drugElstii. Hftliyieff produces actual results the Soldby all Djuggjals, 750.' I Take Hall'a Family, Pills fbr conBtl- Netlce. of wbJoh are nensonal, for God ssB ssB ; m ,i All persons havnJg claims aaWt git Impnteoned in His own' laws or patlon. I J HFI YOU ifc JHflrHisssssssD '. I the estate of J. C. Wilson deotedj wewt to the supnome wisuom oi wail aCookr sssssssssissHjilfcsssssH issssH sSisHF isssssssssHllliiiklssH aa-Origin of jTaxatioK System. notified to present them to aae ir.Ung flitvoiyn nature and utrngth '. 'Vuntl a Clerk ssssssssssssak? tMij-,B -- . : nroperly proven by .January lCfth, 1911,y. F. D, Loete, MdUiodlst, Detroit "Want Pantmiu H Our system of taxation had its orior they will be forever barred, any :Waat 4 Sltua'ulmigin la the parkd of feudalism, when pereoa owtag said estate will plwwi io e&wwtfal dltfrnco bet'wiecn a the tax was, laid upon tboe, and Want a Ljrvnnt tlrl !;lou and lmeUalouB i)or6on letho attle ikt cvnoe. This Dec. 10, 19.0. Want! to Ml a Pino those on4y, wlw could not resitt tho UpiBioe between theJr tnUs&iow 8t5 B. P. BAIINARD, A4r. 1 payment of t. I Want to y a Oar.tagu purpoaw rwpecttong right aad Wauib-tciSo- l Towini Pouwity The plan, wal Uien earnestly argued isssl' isssssssssssssssssssssssHisLVsssssssssssVsn SST r. Rot. ' Hlrara Vrooman, Pros- Koteworthy Pulpit Utterances Wu.$to.'SuU lTour Gmt1i In hoee daie4tha.t It was Vj ' "12Man, IVtjrvWiica.. !" " f oil tlie burdtew of fjov-IVpup riardware Waiitjffo Still dteUibutlon "tlie soul of man needs Ged, a enunt. that tia clergy efeould pray Wan .Cwilomciji for lAnjithln ' scMest srt afcmg sciitloaiiy WHo4m glfl k'made loo often for th? goverifue-nt- , the soWj right AdvVlli) Woelilf, In Wjp Paper tied. w. Dr. Duval, PnM sheiw fiOinetUns to be pow, for' it, and thtlumwnon ))opl should 'AdvUaiMijif BKbgs Customers twtas, Wlaiivg. 9tA pateted aw V Advwisitegf. Iay the taxes, rrha first ttruta tk Uia--t Kiw 'Ctftomera Hssssi I rrnvfontnAT. curled and rufnni aim sj-tWsd' of rajioa 1 , Tlw.iiseiit wwfs euI duting tiwt wcono- t W. Wi aUsewl-n- ev, w prsMMes me r AverUljkig Mows Eijergy TNI OraWgo. ' mtciHMl moral oavuUsloa. nvhteh shook IWv. H. 0. , Mri IM( fiiows, lljuek. tbe moral us4 rso from center to clr- a -A BS .TFiLtAfksaalste AVpWWPssrW ,"M A Frnceh Jievolittioa. tl in- - eumfereMiej iilngi ' Is fUSi' goading 0 i ., A..Ii , a r ' f"'' tMi ..i m to Ut or BUK ...! yy IMorsajw te iMi wt Mm mmoAi tn wtminnii, .w- t.qnx :fctvt lifie 91 NHt Vaoh RvoniwM. if. 'Adfriiiilsi WiollJ mm yu wwW.) ivtto 0JH'.)W;w4M W:"' tpftWfi.te Mm ivitomm wUh NmLB41 ii. lJnJIoUirook I' I J " ' ' I I I. Li - ' -- " ." xtl - I - - r" "SCaBm v. SW. ' "",,'J''1BWV WV SVY miWflVrTS,..-- d t- - -- 1 l J"SJP1S: - lBPsSvf i3omeioi ii 1 f Kitchei an - ftjj j - CASTORIA Always Bought The Kind You Have C Bears the Signature Ay 1 lcng-obsefc- t. U.-o- n XA WwW In . y Use For Over - ,ry T j m Thirty Years N I CASTORIA ouem-arms- i. 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VuJill 3B(- - iHartford publican. st HntorHl iwwiiWft to HfctHiwl, Ky., m rnnH riAMct ot V e reftoN tl uwil Me& wttl ptace may mtmOm Ipi ow Annm hWi PMritkw w .InriM hr'jn-tm- a not htm Abte boMMM (ft portniy. A bUI )um been rinwuwtxi irtR Iw piiiiiiit fw 'T' hr EOT! iWH4 i irf i '(trunk tit a- all' r !M" ' ?I Ml I r -' . w 0 sure the fOory yi tths vvntrnQBr. dWi s XT'' ..v. - film V. tms t .1 - V .n t., . wMeh pivMoa lor a Wte Pmm ,whent. Highway OmnmiMtoncr ivlm fcU pro a m&'k, -para ptaM iMd Kx;lfliitfc for (ho , J. NEY FOSTER road. It pvovkka fef Uu Wv-- cf a (out IrJU to tax nob be wcovsd rfro cad on tha eonmaiifcWbi GOJ1 bor'iflno (lC 'AAAmm all om, hundred dollars of, MeeMnblj thoi Xtokmna ui, Tie Hartford Rotfubllcan. hnlned iwownWtr.wra who kiionv preprty cf Kentucky lor tan puwose I isii 'nullxtin! Of noOcin of Ghrlakwas, aad arc wi'ig-- , frt aMliiz tho couftties in reftd build IS X3CZ32aCOZT3. A. Y. Fo 'ewfHl L .. s c nonwiC m th-- Wfenrlana of thi Smith o county wiuaafearleisa. &...... ............,....M..'ao. ing. Under ita iwovlow8, V&mmm . LCBfdS. fcie-br- tl . can reccivo atto aid until tho Fis.....-- .. ..- -. i2xH. Taxatio onl rohn 4 6S Soa Island.? fa i why tho diy kworld. tmmediAtoly tho civilized cal Court of (the Oowity elutN niako 3 Into en receipt of Tho forefather's 'of thow niorikta-oor- a FRIDAY, JANUARY 6. appUcatiofl for It and then tsboKa'o r horo the usd your addreea. t Mlgmtod to tho wtld sotiion' of of the coat of tho Is to pay one-ha-- Uniteii rlcjof Wort .stjl coRetrnctlcn acd tho county to pay BoreCi. le 178 Kinds of Cake j nobuk 'titlon childrenVirginia yenis ago almctifcelr Tells Skeakor Cannon's Christmas Up ig havo the other half. No county will be mrax tini.' f. Tiro 1! u 1 country was characteristic ing to tbo any ono year Ho moro of the li January. Mmnj ifIaion norant of tho 'outsid-- i .wor:d,;,my. When entitled In and very much to tho paint unabte to read and writ", whHowihE than two po"r cont of dio total amount clcal t ,539. f 1k r. a asked for an expresslcn on tho future er havo novor"m alfsMpn, uto-- l idle collocttd in tho stato for road pur- session la3 Wlntt?! 14 whioli outlook ho said: " The Democrats poses and no coiwty la to receive livo iloTOtny, wcwiTack-S- " ff oItl mobile, niilroad tralna or ovon Jock have promised to reduce tho pr.ic& stato aid trntll first provide for zon of th Tho tr 12,690; M. Br rd within the walls of cur largo citle-- i uu tho products of laboi. without re- - a county' tax ofit not less than ten a unlnioi diapptnl ijcai con Tb.t a class of- pioplu as tamcnint't uUtCllg M10 wages oi riaoor, u uu uuw as theso mountainous shculd faidd.j conta on the ono hundred doltaraand tho ' cxllto ildoWB, 9,42.1 J at tho ca-rto fciy anything more." LA to meeting ds. 'But to givo wltliln a stato like Woit Virglcw, Is Fiscal Courts shall haw tho right away. The Hartford Herald In comment- mako a iovy of not exceeding forty oriort vo i. kjcu s aim iwmxi irem beyond belief but thes-- j havte boon' 'Vh Ml'iprovo- - the conditlcns found by tho missioning on tho actilon of tho Democratic cents on, tho ono hundred dollars speakers. . Of aries of tho various churched of thj for tbo maintenance of the roads, if meet m t Stato E,xo5utlvo Ccmmltteo in 1 re iital steto who art now Invading th! Ing tho wishes of almost every Can- tho applications for Btafco aid exceed the stato fiud Sprail T gion to preach to thes IgncrxntMieo-pl- o h l KBiBttttul BS. didate for a S'.afco office hy calling a tli e amount collected iby tho sithto, tlu subjects wo-tuthe word of God. mm4a.K" primary insted of a Convention, mys: funds aro to be equalized by the Jocts wtT' The" Mcthodkt Episcopal Church Is ""Was tho affair all cut awl dnkxl?" Stato Highway Commissioner. Thtso men who I LRU0W136. of right track for once. aro tho main points in tho proposed the condlttT. About Wfiim 5nc3n.t perhaps eencUrig main mlsrtoswlos yoai ar con tho t waJTwMmMmvmJi'. m if jdkoirs. Into tho mountain regions than any Keep your ar to tho ground. Thoro lav. Wo believe it Is only a ques- by Invitatian you 15.S03 V 7iv.. ?. .. . T,Vtf.Jl . JK.WC. -r . n iwas othrr church and tho neporta that; tion of fclrao .when tho nallonal gov- Tho quosf.&a (r are other surprises awaitteig you. turned into iho district: sup ernment ""will also furnish aid for handkuT by Arthu . wi, trfeasurtr hai 'j ''' Hon. Tom .B. McGregor, assistant road building to tho various states, of tho Columbia TtCompaby.vho erln tend onto by these missionaries 'Attorney Goneral under Janie3 Breath contingent upon the furnishing of a has spent soveral are ioffpracitical oro very lntcrestlrg. Tho missionaries " itti has announced his candidacy fdr certain amount by the states them-- 1 itiudy of the syi ami In yoguo In during the winter .months rid-- j Ropublcian nomination for "Atitor-m- y pelves. tno d mountain If this law Is enacted, Ken-- J Kohiticky. At I tOTclusloat of his drive over the General of Kentucky, Mr. Mc- tucky will be In position to get her address it was th laaimous opinion ranges to brjcg wcrds of che'er to the Gregor Is a young man of ,denidld part ing tho holidays with his parents Mr. of tho national aid, We of the dukgates tho convention poor mcuntainver and famlly.v With legal attaJnTnvD.ts and luis shown himand Mrs. G. "W. Camfield of Green their cabins erected miles, away from OLD KENTUCKY' have always hed contended tliem with that tho What ho had fu it self .thoroughly capable during hs term national ;. m' River neighborhood government could ght and ;eaillght- - any hamlet tho children of .thd'moim-tainefar much food for 4n" office. Ho Is from Western Ken 'IN rarely have tho opportunity of Mr. J, N. Berryman. wtait to. Hart better ibjtct in.-to afford assist moro the enmemt upon t tucky and should receive strong sup- farmers throughout t".' t ford yesterday on business. tho country compnionslvo n: ier than any pa- - going to school and live and die r port from that section of tho state. inccade-mlze- d per they to read a lino or write their own Mr. Ed Dootch epettt a few days pernjanent had ovei ad or heard upon int building .'''Hb will be remembered by many Ohio J name. wasting 'mil- tho subject roads than In last week with his mothVa- - at Cromwell Tarns in Bigger Cons county Republicans as the young man lions of dollars In his report this month which. Mrs. Amanda Cornfield is onif the in building custbm onditlons provall- The . wb made such a splendid speech up houses at cross roads towns and ing in educationa tie present time his field in this eeclon.a mis Taxes and Fenaltfesn sicKiist .Kenilucky . jfy: "" ' on the occasion of a flag raising at building locks and dams across Utile were- - discussed WIN Mr. Grit Reed of Rock port is the Judge Henry S sionary wrote an. Interesting, artlclo Oemtertown, In 190S. Any Other jjtlti "4 people; iwhoni ho etatod wcro, guest of Mr, R. W. Taylor. rivulets to please some member of Con Barker, who 'retlv at Chlaf austlco on v the' wofkinga of the Mr. Marivln Taylor left 'Monday for Ohio County Is coming to the front grses who expected to maintain shls of thy' Court- ol puals to assume anxious to ory of which to Rochester, Ky., where he will attend the Stato Unlver puteldo world, tho with rapid strides as an educational hold on his seat, by proclaiming to the presidency Lexlngton( Ky. Jani school. Judgo- - BarJsier's them sounded Jkla a chapter from county and there is no reason why his constituents hat itihroiigh his' slty at Lrtxih; The good that of the- Commissioner ol so much money had been pas- speech wias a Threo very successive schools 'clos- hie feature of tho IGriram's falrlyHalcs. in tho next ten years our population venue- received from rwi ESwMn... iVivli.,vnm !r 'Hft.rrv making ted in his district. We trust that conventioni Mri John B..Castloman has been done In this region has been ishoutd not double Instead of Louisville mal v8.h-rLeach, teacher; Union Hill, Mr. Ross a'moasely Increase of a fax hundred this proposed legislation, which will Jits. Jaims A. lesxh. President of remarkable and within a' few years ing- for the 'Revenue T as It did during the last ten jiears. enable Kentucky to put her-ee- tho .Kentucky leratlon of Wo-Jlr- s. West Virginia will be .lifted from the of which- - Capt. R. 1 is.- at. teacher, Oakland, Mr. Edgar Taylor it' ' At the county w have, tho best abreast of the times in men's Clubs, Charles J. state of barbarism and tho anniver& ,, ana which cc '!., ciir, wwwuwi. ,,... . auo tho noacl ... building Wtycr ai'so-.smatter of road lvaiiimusses Marion nnu murgHJui. U7411I' o on school which ihsis ever exl&ed hor,e, the educational sary of the birth of Christ- - will bo tire State of Kentucky! i i ams will kave for school every standpoint and this Is not .will be placed upen. the statute topics. advanced by the known by all men, women and chll- from The r 191C fjdhelley During the year Eup-uiruu um i2fiuo in- - ene siaie. Mr. Nuto Brown has moved to Grtf K ; flaying anything in disparagement, of .books by he coming legislature, and women Binaker H&3 for th-" and his man were at -- ! ctfrom of- Hartford we desire to know in advance from port of the pn neighborhood from Muhlenberg ho state for former administrations ll'garinot ,'River dealers in spirits, beei of. Luzerne. Mr. Trillin" Williamson, collego .either. Besides we havo flour- the" nxet repreeentatlv of Ohio coun- school suffrage r wonwn, ontho PRIZES WARDED iy (wdthj etc., who havo failed ishing high schoolfi.nl Beaver Bam, ty that ho Is pledged to every prop- grpund that It: uld do much to on after Bevwal" days visit, to his ma'jhev $315, tho Jaw. the 'encrmoul 'Mrs, Margaret TayJor and to continue tho Irdsville, .MoHenry,., Centfcertown, osition lcoklng to thehulldlng of good cau rag's tho w IN CORN SHOW 548.76. ' i&pd ' Rookpont , Ohio .County jforbet-- d roads. Our farmers waste thousands fight already s l.bythem other relatives has nteurned home. helley' Durlngtho iear 191 ceiicolK'of the meed not leave, tho .county to of dpllafs every yr-fo- r Mr. and Mrs. Will Taylor and Rich (xtra teams tsmiCTt of the officfei:hflsint--.a.- , "' 4vr proBccoto ri education. Jihtll ready vehicles and harness .traveling over stats, aylor of Graham, spent the holidays to the coufjty,'; mud roads, and the same amount sav Growers jf Cereal Make Fine lators with-- itholr "parents Mr. and Mrs. Hitor ithio uTiiversity course. ' i- ranging fromslx td Whf ed for a few years wculd mocadamizo Republic tonvenuon. ram Taylor of Taylortown. While this newspaper is Republican,' every foot of road Exhibits at Lexington Swine ing tho year threo regkt dlsl horm in Ohio County. Mr. Roy Benton returned At a mcetii b( the Republican lories In Kentucky have oiitod and owned by Republicans, yet after several days visit to his brother Committeo of! fe Seventh Senatorifor viola tin cr the Revenue II Breeders' Meet. 'it will maintain an Independent! ohar-octiand sister in Muhlenberg. Society of 81 District of. niueky, helddn Beart'- Convention Aiso during the yearli2i sufficient .to prevent M; from fool State Mr. Fox Brown went to Hartford 17111 of Dec., 1910 at er Dam, on boanajizedby i v support menoranens-vrife- s 'ing compl-jtelerier have to .Equity. yesterday on business. o clock p. mi i r,tho jiurpose of de- - Lexington, Ky.Jan. 3. Despite tho una .rowwig . out. ot l f not Republican or' when the Notice Is hereby given vscsizuri Bennett and children ithat the an tennining the? le.Dlace and manner blizzard weather the first annual corn foity.-thre- o arrests havojepclde. I Mrs. n W. P..Lira loerf UTall Ur'fll V former bo corrupt or nominated in a nual convention of ,the Kentucky Stato of nominating candidate to.be oted Bhow of th'e Kentucky Corn Growers' in .the year unaerj , mannit'x unfair or who aro net of the Union A. S. ot . f B. will meet in Bow- for tlie St Senator, for said Association) opened jat Stato Universi- ngenns cusnecupn uio kind of material which shouM boplac- - ling Greon, Ky., on Wednesday cpBVjworftj Jan- district at thslog'ular' November elea- - ty heiio Y. lojmi tuiu. 1UJO. XV. iUJU lir. WdnJm nomlnatlnon for Important wlta encouraging at obrtataed for violation, ofirbviaws uary llthat ion o'clock and It is ex- tion. 1911 Mr. daughter Sallie Mablo spent F. Green was oleot- - tendance. There 'wire -- 3S entries in In the State of Kentuck; wiear no man's cellar, and pected that all onganilaid counties ed Chairman hd J. 'C 'Flener, Se- -. rlnvo 1ns WAAk tllA EUftSt Of frlfOl'ds. 'because of the mime fact tbnit wo aro tho twenty classes,! practically all of Both Cant. Shelley, . pAgant ln" HnnnWAll.' will elect and send tho full number' rotary. Republicans wo cannot bo camjlod which, Wei .weJl filled. McKc-- e Bros.; in charge omd Ludlow F Col of delegates from the county, as is Henry Hiinley has returned to MK On motion wat 'ordered and of Versailles, captured the bulk of lector of Internal RuHnVr tlie .to Support a "yellow dog" simply provided by the oUi oSter a. (two t0' hls h,ome ,ln convention tho prizes, taking jtwo swee'pslakps Fifth Kentucky dlstrict,fnK he wears the Rubllcan collar. at largo and one nddltlanai) delugato rected that relatives. In or the repri natives of til' ;Repub- and friends ,..., f uto . and a number of firsts In tho class .vj Wo shall maintain a broad attitude 4Vff'r Has I Mr. Will Cox. has returned to his. counties having no county union (each lican party the Seventh Sanatori-Kentuck- y exhibits. A M. Casii and wife. Airs. baan made, ln the last jkoK i toward men of all rart&ts wtfih ablocal will ho entitled to one delcgolto.) all district home In Illinois after a visit to his be held in Molllo Cflsoy, of Fayette-county- , and solute fair tritnicmt for our oiipou-cntaj- Tho National Tobacco 3e ' uncle Mr. Franco Cox. Growls con tho city navel- Dam. Ky., at I R. M. Squires,, of Fayeito county, well o3 mn of our own parIn Memory, vention a branch Benton spent a few Mr. Q. M. standard time Monday were close seconds t ch capturing sev ly, and nq one nerol export defense will moot with of tho A. S. of E., o'clock p, tho State Union; this tho 30th d; of 'Jw., 1911 for the eral awards. Prof Winter of the Of my dear mouher, SusanlMjQker days last week with his son Mr, Cha- rthrough these columns who Is not I ,, . rf.:i,idi, who donarted JthCs Hfe Novi(2tn will bo a very Important mooting for purposo of nlnatlng, a Republican 110 DcIHUlI Vi. uiuiucut, VJ vvuutigr. Agricultural Departn jnt Unl'rsity of O, mother, our souls longtfor, . worthy, no matter what party tag he many reasons, one of which will bo candidate fi State Senator for said may wear. Illinois, was surprt jd at tho naiin uui my voice na lorever ,aw to arrange for the farmer to get gcod district to Order Your Flowers. oted fcr at the regular' ber, and quality of tho exhibltsand No moiie thy precious faooiwt at- prioes for tobacco umiformily all over November Lest ato forget, we again call tlom iSU. t says that Kentucky has tho soil ami Wb tawe pleasure In annoui . iNe(verjnor can uiy tention of our cljizrs to tho fact tho state, tills wo foel euro can, be Tho del- es to ta4d convenntlon climate to become Mrs. n. D. Walker as our a flp of the, great t that Hartford must arrange for some dono If all parts of tho stat& will shall he by bounty mass con- ordor ,taklen, Stat; s of. tno. Union Thouwast.gcod.nd.loyfogftrug, your dtyf manufacturing eetabllshments during apply the business principles oF the "venuons t o hCJ at the, county try to. ltadji fk Thou didst The corn show wl continue until will receive our bast otter Walker the coming year or" Jse all of our .A. S. of E. as they aro now hpinsr seat in ea count)', of (ad .'district Friday.' Thank God for a mothirrac j tion., .We carry a full stock of flow, .efforts and tha xiwiedlture of ihous-tsmd- a applied Jn many , parte of Kentucky at 1 o'cloclf p. m. aandard tame on Tho Kentucky SwJ ,io roinaw win joyous iueiig w. Bpeeders' As- ers'for adl occasions. of dollars on staieets' and sew-.fra- and If 60 applied, wo neod never eee Saturday, ' 2&th, plK Each coun Boclauon is In seeJlon NANZ FLORAL CO. Dear mother, it will not,i)stk ,hro system will fall to mako any burley tobacco selling at tho ruinous- ty anaji o oneiueiegate with prominent bneddcrs present fcom utienuueuj .Owensboro, Kjv Until wo 'in& m that fatr. la 'increase in bur population. A few ly low prices at which it la telling to for ach lo huni xl or-- ' (raotlon vanloua pants of the To stog tha overlastiiiB soog,.evenings agd ono ot our cWz-in-s who day? now we urge a full attendance aver fifty Jotee can for tbel noml- -' bad weather Li,Sttiemerntof th'o't Condition of tho ith na. toivenjly bteod-n(M- i! tho attendance Is not of delegate and If you aro not a noo for gi rnor ia said county at larg-a- . has been compelled to see four . Tho feature i t,jthe morning; sea baad. .I . i -- .t.'L leavio hoina and goto other delegate ,amd live within two hundred tihe Novel or eta.wta.TJ07. The sion was tho open- iddness by Proi BANK OF HARTFORD Uiotil that ttmevo tay adieu ,;' 4 town to find MijJoyimrit made the voAlce of; BowJdng Green wo urge ypu form of vilng at'sa d eouaty raa went, , ...... . J. uiwia ueu rio,! of Jefferson weu-Btrav,m vcryii wa w fitoiement tliat 'no'les' than eeventy-.-liv- e 10 cone,ana,De one in tmmectingf conyentlonJ'or imm easliall be by! county1, .. At the Close of Its an addreiw Prof F. Paul, know young men" haVl ,BeaTout from and you;aeed no be afraid that you viva vocajThe, niml erior delegates Term, December 31, 19i0. CoUmbu.'.O.istlte, Veteri of To JlraBO that we'Jnay miqt 'Hartford within the ptat two oTHUree caavjiot to taken care of for wo under tlioapportjB ent1 ttilcjwwl to Fiaher. on hog ho'liraaad RESOURCES. narian the judging pure and i wii M Bills Dteeounted .... .,..X$18C,891.&3-Casto sek employsMBt'forthQfea- - Mwe'tfoa tSat this City has .ample each of thJcouBMUvl foHows: wino at thf ExpeftfhW Stailon of wsa-thi- t wo havo oeAkMer. This hotel swcpmmodatioM for the But! or .. ,...,.- on hand and duo from "I1 IV? ate of aMftSrs'wjd HfeouM i ' ..:. J are ,big heart- Muhlonticrl 35.06.7tf. Banks Baptist Cktirck it 'Marrows. "WYSO-X- , -ed aedl1see tbat your seeds are owo : r.f.jir.l.v....3o tbougfatycf bur 3;iT5.aS- Aoaeho Ovwdrafte - H. We, the Baptist , Narrows, Ky Will we rtf - ;$dly aad luuy aappiMd;. now remember this Number PI vow Mf to. a. Jan.. 3. Rev.. Barbeo pmch at Stocks .... .: 'e.SM.OO Boada wuiarjr ifl lbraftr to .wULheja JBeWng for businete It will choice . h belt bkxkl U....iO have called for ouij liatator for iiiui Coe-- Springe school --house StJiay Baaking House and Lot . . 3,W0.O( fdMbwlng years Ra . yVarA Taylor. coaveoe amf Jan.unth, and wtiU, stay imve our town "iiOW.O Ch'w'n. VKl$ B. F.f Furakure ad'.'Wxture And'we".are'kpwiyiB4 and hopteg fcr Vdjwox SttBay Jijjjt, n6 nearjiAJsiuloTncnt7 TWese m eeasioa till, the business of the 18.JiT J. C. ehak :a wonderful .vtMoaM. K t ' HMttera ar r8iKMUyrdIrctd .to convention, is finished if It takes a - ., "lauBfcWiae ;. .ft -f ;, Our Sunday Mbe is fyie4ii)jf t the .Mayor, City CoudellAnd Commw- - whoa werfc, wewtpect-thai- t if the KnfliwTyMaCoell tf-ji- :. Total .... V... .v. ..tMJ072.64-rWest Virtiiiai ikpwv nwy undw ibe m ntiaimiwit'ef' M. of 'Kenttipky. wU do thellr du- ial CUibJodfrneOjii. 1 to ;thjlr.tofaw; TMdaW'. LlABlU'riBg. ,' ' C, Gmhaia. , 'v ' r-- z. .iwisiiaj mv.-'- r the- - will notice an advance In to vm, to 'M,- -, Wnkal Stoek .iJJW.O Everybody Wmi d'to aMMI Mlkai FOI KUJIDS. bacco price even while we are in own. ....sa,w.o Now Welte lnjji. li 'annum ' ' . kKaiiky h&4 .'Str. ui .IWrHnrfv H'.lrlA n. bDCBd In semtoa; andsatteteotory , ...-.,,.,..price got-to- a. Incrtnlibi ntori en jiifEpii1tj"ir"' "'"-- . scliool we 'wW ;tey Mm HlvWldakd No. 47 ...', .,,.... 1W.0 I .gie'y. a 'Sui iBAja good, high- ntnfii r TMiiMTiaT' niiD'hi-'wcr eue ew fforte in Aha owe. aail ihelr milAmL tkl fertu ;4e KMmv of, boM 178.4W-6- 4 , i tf . WOW ' m e U athasd 4wb ymm, but tta - ., ' '' work ikawfK fHaw; romnmborecr nately ItWplia K. V. Vnimtiott: t t . I ' v U do thing In tta U if retoiy Wltoe tbvwa In hJw Annual state .f 01fo,:Beriy: m. . Far "MM Mr. Ad .the iSWi. Tetal MtMf fWW Ul ka .IKn.with our Aph- , )ami' AlWLoul yM,iu to' day ggUeg Jlt- - to ine proud MMri J. "W. FORD, eyfflw :? """' One hundiM wft nam atei U iiuliu jmMFWs ' .iJmms- inmt, . Mvtm-'W'-i'" r .... . jnq, c. twoma;i W osa i liulrv ?T7 , . r... ..al. IM 1 OHf MMfl .nrwatw coawwawi whom K,iMy mv.Tmmtr.mijirmi R. H.'UM tUpOOflH 'fTrav MS, j I jA-',- ., . p. totM(Mii' I . tWQOlf ftOWAJrl W 'mw-zJZr:Ier BOwaiWi)g I WBkmkVrV "? B'.'l wwotelwiWaa9aat,Uie pwiUg.iMi- ywx m by the aattwrk: 'amkMmm mnW t f tk KvmAy TgMWr ikoanitTkvN, BtowBWj' The 1 MWHiW?fT"i "" BfbiMMN.- orl-ffi- (ft SOW tr tlurt, 9 naamrapa P vr ABVIHIIBill I !"""' y R.ontucc'ir'i ought uo know Uwt tlui mdbt fcNtTt jnlnltrr who Hvwl In Wi( VrginMT Ha bom and nataed. la (A moat Isolated aocticn of tfto mxt. Tt can It bo pooaiblo it bhnt lie Mvt ta(wwaibt of the ot ChristMn say? No, 76. But heria "k tbo ftry:"' "LiyJi in tho wountoin i!'l4.jrntjss of wkteterWeat VirglnIarorov-cra- l iu fim. paMtedMi, BAI yal POWDER - - , - J r... lf ' Cak ll mas xor an peouic Jr arei with Royal 1 - V SPEGl FQfl KE KE n wtaft, 'lit K'-J1- dy . tan I snow-covere- t or a i un-ah- lo OK! f -- " tho - r to-da- y, - lf s-.- to-aa- y. Y. of ; in-la- w . stu-iaa- te . - - VI er d thu-enu- ., ,,. rpi offl-cesf- to-d- ay se by-la- .,.i w as - i '. ., iKao-porf- corn-produci- ivmKr' ra w J. y, J ( - if ns . ,!. 1 Seml-Anaiu- al h -- fc'W ' r;ij- aw bt r .,..j ... . I- becaiife,-re,,tsan'ifur-4ife- E, wmifiofrf ,.. ad W,".! ' far-mer- e1 ty '& !,, ','" J luPwrfu lted4vj : ' , . v d j-- ( jo-Jl- 1 W. r Zji7'..;..... aI, tft'iha aoii tr 'm jt-a- r"'Sl or yv' Brad i . ."..'... '.. .. y wk ' - rmg. " - I ii, wxMwmtimfa &' m. Jhd-SL- . 'w ... Ti'Vnm' v r I J' 7 Mrf'RowMt Hotferookt ar5twnte8h- Kf tho Bank of Hartford, .loft r.igdit. for Rlvis!tte, California, WtjAueftrter for Mr. wfcriw ho Willi vialt ikJs ton. HanoM. Lexlwgt, wkere ho will Kr, "Wolbrook will bo away a month business. mmI' will vlfiii several plac a of In Rev. ird family terest in Cal'farnla. havo movud Into tha Barrett (property Fiscal Court convened inrogular ott CUy stroot. ' R'MMMi- At. 1h mmf. hiniii Tii&t.itr. -- "- .. i- . ... .l.. .Hire. w. T. wooawam icji. .Monuay i""i; , .m). fnllM.s mmvh...a I fni Paul fof h visit to lur'hiothor, JudM wldtae. Countv' At- ., .na ' . I . " .4.1' "' ot uonipuian, (ornflj; Sm:Ui, and Justlcts J. II M uTtlVedmtBday lb3,10. B. Sfcottt, Mask Oook, C V. Mr. J, C."Vfilnw for Louisville, horo ho will transact Mills?' J ii. Pntton, D. S. Sand rs and J. C. Jock- Mm FWr 4 THAT; I- :' -- IT? i 8 UlHi Burton, tha Otto Mrt!w left. Co., is on wtWHwiy tor 11. l Tu-sert- r& t rnct w7wiihi Happy flSS fl X A lq V f bjb-T3.Z- J. MM "'" .. . r'wB in 1Ti, v vVtJwHw- v - naw c,if. jfau I Sew--Year- . s V -- To Everybody! WtXtXSKfiK Clmmbor-lai'.tiThom- as faitE D ' - bbbUbbbbbbbbbbbbbbV to John, of Dundee, vero cnltirs at lh.'i.r Tli3 Board of Tax Surcrvisora for Republican, office jTwtorday. ohldlocunty convon court hall Mrs. Maggie OrlffJn nnd eon Herefcr Inst, "onday and will likcily bo In Iiavo nitcrnid fromavaslt with fnlenis somIon about usht dclva. ICu i..jr- at Owonaboro and McLean, county. V sonn ot tho lward foJIws: h E 't, McHonryr'Wl T. Koaw t;. .. ' from LoulsvIUs Suncny, tho kuos'.oi cY' .V td - M. Itarrl- !nn:s- - PJ0Rtl3 T Moloney. his mother Mrs. son;. Barrett's Ferry, AVo will sjII you meat and flour This locaJi!ity experienced tJib co'd-s- t as chirJ as you can buy it anjiwtiijro. we(lhr of tho season Tuesday might & SOX. W. H. MOORE 2t3 wluei" tho registered thermometer Miss Anna Eliza Koown returned frcTO'ten io fifteen digTecs bolotw zero. Sunday to Boaver Dam to recunio TihX00'! woaifiicr is eepccInHy teaching In West KeiiHicky Seminary. etock and makes tho slim sup Remember you can get ycur.pjvfl-orlptio- ji pIyof feed stuff which fanmorB havo Oiled ay or niglit at tli- - on hand fario away only too fast it Ciunty Drug Company, in- is tOjbe hoped itiiat in ra'urn for (tills Ohio 23t2 however, tflio ccn'jlnuod snows may corporated. haveVa fine effect cm th-- growing Mr. John A. Johnson, barber In Mr, wheat crop. J. W. Taylor's lonsorlal parlors, is M spending a fow days with his fathMrs Jennie Louise Spaulding er near town. tin. rrr: VHI "4BBraHr X '.M --ammmmWBBBBMBBBBBBaf I f b & i ii. i i i I h h ;T,; Jnio JSjr.lloy, r- -- 7 """ ' ? l?-- p-'w- . " jh. H9H BH ' i h Your Liberal patronage and loyal Has rounded out 1910, showing the ;. largest Volume of business in the history of this famous trading place. Our grateful hearts go out to you and words are inadequate to express our appreciation. Thanking ' sup-...po- rt' tl i b b ammmmmmMr r M 1L'bbbbbbb9L i i i i !I We lh MM fl FIB i h I ..... !..'!.'! i I 1 "" tfBal "aftl H i t i '.8 49 " bbV ' be-yond ARE beyond questionlheadquarters for Men's WE Clothing and are prepded with a large stock to McIIenry Holbrook left Tuesday to his school work at Kentucky Wcsleyean, at Winchester Kentucky. VSXKBmJmWmWmWmWmmWmWmWmWmmmmWBmWKt s Mrs. Frank Bradshaw amd Miss Lee ( fL Purduo returned to tholr homo at Stanley, Ky., after a brief visit with relatives here, FOR SALEjA" ETco Brlghtlight, S Dealers, 4S hands saddle mare 7 years eld 15 J HARTFORD, i KENTUCKY. high. CHARLES TURNER. Hartford, Ky, J Mrs. Strang, formerly Miss Jennie i ? A. Fogle arid Louiso Spaulding, is well known in McDowell Messrs. Douglas D. Felix left Tuesday for Hartford and it was from Owensboro Lexington, to resume their duties in thatr she went to Nmw York City, tlon of the Bank of HairtfoTd at tho Kentucky State Undveradty. whjro she .entered upcii her career TO .EXTEND SCOPE OE Opt. S. K. Cox lsc onfimod to his closo' ' of ' onr B'dnlanataa 1 term, to Frtsh and cured moots, family gro onSthe stage. She was for a long id on account of Ulnars. which wt? respectfully" 'invito jour ceries always mica and fresh. Phenol timet a Broadway favorite in tho - - 'Apaha dance,' In -- The" QutiWof "Mtfu- - . Y. M-- . C. A. TO NEGROES attwjtfon, , ' havo Jumbo-Blcklef us your orders No. 47 -u FRIDAY, JANUARY 6. This"ban1'Vn3s"tftfiiii!od in1 the W. H.. MOORE, & SON. ,'5t3 25t3 W. H. MOORE & SON. llin Rougo" and it was while she .was . year 1882, btlng ttd first bank orWo have a well assorted stock of a member o( this company, that she Mr D. 0. Brown, of M&tanzas, vaia Every City in the Country Of- - ganized in thiscc.iuity. Slmco ita IjllnolsCsntralRallroad-TI- m caU for attracted tho attention of the then to Republican office a pleasant call fine stationery. Give us a organization therio harvo bet-- panics Table. daring automobile racer, Lewis Strang an.thing in our lina turday. fered $25,000 to That and many financial disturbances. v with whom isho shortly afterword clop OHIO COUNTY DRUG CO.,j At Beaver Dam Kv. Ftftcno fin3 mules were purchased NotwitlistandJrjj 1'inr this fact, it has ed and to whom sha was married. End. incorpomiKd, 25t2 hare Monday by Mr. Vic Robertson, of weathered tfco stornia, and it is "with', Way-lan- d ,, Soaih Bonad. 1114 UlUaUUl lb Nortti Boaad. Dan't fall to see our li.no ofjFace Sho is a granddaughter of Prof. a pardonablo pride Oat no. call at-No. 132 due 4:05 a m. No.lildull:S5 Alexander, of this city. Powders and Toilet water1 &c' Wo tention to Its presiait btatjng conalS. No. 101 dne ,2:48 p. ,No.lSlael.28p.m. Try our line. Cigars to burn. ' Chicago, Jan, 1. A move to extend ton. have the best KoIll)2dae:tS pm. Ho.lSl doe 8 65 p A Marriage Licenses. OHIO COUNTY DRUG CO tho scope of, tho Young Men's ChrisOHIO COUNTY DRUGCOj Besides the ccreonajthn manage Incorporated. 25t2 The following marriage licenses, tian Association to, negroes Was beIncorporated. 25t2 nipnt rf n hiiTlilr , f h,.r 4 fiin. in.ll-Hin t ... . . -- . County Clerk gun have boon issued from M. H. & E. Railroad Time Ta with an offer by Ju- al protxsctiou to Miis Mary Marks returned 'to hro We want your drug business. , Our its patmrrt,, avd thaltj Tinsley's office &lnco our'last Issua lius Roscruvald, huod ot a big where she is teaching school, goods aro the best. at Hartford, Ky. Prices night is a surplus account, "winitjn yirm wuiv Floyd I. Stewart, White Run; to house to giyp, $23,000 to vjry obsenvo from our stabniejit we Sunday afutxeon, prompt delivery and fair "itrtaafcmont TImo table effective Sunday aro' s NelKo Finley, Arnold, W. 1. Clark, city Unltl states which will enjoying. 4th, contains tho fallowing schedu) You faavo tried the rest, now try to all OHIO COUNTY DRUG CO. Dundee, to Stella V. Hall, Magan, raiso $75,000 to ho ispmt for a Y. M. now . . r, -- . J J... i.-- n IncorporatKil. 25t2 xno. 11- - iMunn duuuu uuo I.nt r--ji the-- ' best Flour 4n town, at Schroad-er's-Cas- h It is tho purpose of our dir'ictors Theodore Howard, Fordsvllle, to Min- C. A, building .for Tho offer j dally except Sunday. Grocery. There will bo preaching "by the nie McCaakJn, Fcrd&ville, S. Denlyon, yeans and tine only to kcop Ihia bank clean, so tbayat No. 114 North Bound due 3:40 pQi pastor at Mt Hiermon next Sunday at Render; to Efflo Dean, Render; Js O. is good for (lye all tijii-.'-s our deiwiltorti will Lo abso Mr L.T. Barnes and soa Harlan, of stipulation, .that tho yatiro Bum dolly except Sunday. 11 a. m., and immediately after th Craw, Hartford, R. F. D. No. 7 to musf. bo s.pent for land, building and lutely protected. itown, paid the Republican a No, 115 Souitii Bound due 8:55 a,. nar sermon a short session of the church Delilah Janvis, Livermore; Wialoy M. For many years It, has bixai.L"COH pleasant call Wednesday. furnishing of tho institution. dally except Sunday t conference. All numbers aro urgl Coppage, Olaton, to-- Vena S. Daniel, custom to appoint a camnoittcvcom- Thp,ofer1was, piadp at a jucMiing at Mr. Acdrow E. Glenn left y3'.er-- v to No, 113 South Bound due 1:46 a attend. Olatcn,; Henry Davis, Utica, tb Mary wiMch, plans, yvono. tomplKitqd for bulld-- a poBod of two of our 'dirtop?,kWho day fpr Bowling Groan, 'Wheixt he will daily except Sunday. hold no oUiw offlco in. thu ibankt! to Rev. J. W( Bruner wascalled to ji. BJ1, Bufoid Young, M.efl's (;iinlBtjan AhsocU-tio- n enter the Bowling Green Business H. E. MI8CHKB Agf infipoct our'noUu. Paducah Tuesday xn acccunt of thq CJnIcago mqgrokjs, count tho tsash and bifWVng for, University., F0RDSVILLE. and now we liave tho, addklenali indaingcrous Illness of his brother, Mr. Mr. Roienwald gave and camo r Miss Gladys Dukp left for Louisville C. L. Bruner, who dlod Wednesday Jan. 3. Mifs Mobcrly of Qwvn6boro $25,00Q for afer buUa'jng. it Is, ac- spection of tho State Bank Examiner, HI "frBI ., Clarence Shwn, of Beda, .the' Monday to take depositions fcr a morntng WM ' at 11 o'clock. Thero will be was in town yesterday making up an cording t9 Vi M. C. A- - officials huro whoso duty it is to mako a cai-of.nc. caller "L Central City firm, with whom she is services as usual at tho Baptist church art class. of tho bank. twice a examlnatioa &?. tho tyrst movo of tho ussociatlan, to year. ' Mr. W. L. WWts,', our coitos. employed k Miss Katherino V. Thompson, made It Is well kniwrn that 5u bill Sunday.' sqlutflon of tho nooo problem. aid In a dent at Palo, waji caljer Moaday ng passed by cur last Luglslajtunj' Mr. Allison Barnett returned Tu- Mr. J. Rosenblatt has returned hw lygular trip to Owiecisboro, Friday to mo tiiat both In the Bajik' Ex- cbday afternoon to Elkiton to take up rturn,ed Monday, Sho is organist at "It.seciiis tho offlco of Stato We are paying. 90 ceate per from Louisville, where ho and Mrs. intercist qt tho asgirocs and of Ua hJs school work Jn vanuerbut Tratn-ic- s Rosenblatt went Saturday to be pres- tho First Baptist Church. for Eggs this wjk. counry, tt is es3aiiiial tlwro fihould amlnicr, was votoed, and tho 'Sccrcr , all tho Schcol. taxy' of Stato invited bun Its to rbo ex Soaroader's Grocem ent at the marriago of the tatter's The W. M. U. .u bo in every conimynity bu,vlDg large Bean, who has been prac- brother, Mr. Nathan Wolder to Mls officers for the year 1911. Dr. J. S. numli;r,Q of Rosroes, a tmlldlne- PTCmaf amined notwithstanding i)m iwto. "Exclusive ealo of Beaiver Sccnvtajrv, uf Stado's Wo occcMcdllh I Prof. Tandy hasryiurntd from Santicing his profecelpn at Olaton, left Fannie Berositaln, which occurred Suni rily (9 men, and .boys,;', eaid, JJr, RoPlour at our mcat'shop. ders, Kyi, where ho spent Holidays eeiiiwajd, inVItatlon 'airtt' on thci lCthJand 17th Tutwlay for a prospecting tour at day night, Mrs. Rosenblatt ia oxpbct-e- d po "They iuv , 24ti t Ju 8ANDERPUR & C with .his family. of laal'moMh thfa bank wea thorJRicijiiond, Va. homo thtir own ranka a sufKcle.'n.umbor oughly ex&lnhwVl by hia fTxssUa- ,c ForciviUo Lodge No. COO F. & A. M. $ All kinds of freeh. and cured m ' Gwendolyn Hayne, ot, Marion ua- Miss County Attorney C. E. SraUb, repreof persons whoso lmast) jvoulU staple groceries, &a,atlaw.eetpric Miss Annie Al- senting tho plaintiff and Hon. M.'LV elected the following officers Doc 27, abio them to latablttfi fAd ,Qiilp tjvq,'who expressed hlneW ae beteg who fcas ben ng 24 C, Cooper, W. M., G. H. Lanham, good SANDERFUR & Cj P. , Tu- len Elgin, returned to such, a builddog, and it Heavrin representing th-- defmdant, S. W. Olji in fay iudg PJcia$rVlt'6ur sysUa :uvd WJlfon, J, W., J. D. Scaroeter'B grocery is paying pi (ho duty of tiho ithte, pJop) caking dtsposltilous eday to resume her school dutiest. ment are In Louisville Soc'y,, Olllo Cobb, Troas., Cooper, wo taxo (7Ai6.oe'ca(iU)i ;o, express , cent for eggs, and wants all to afid dn supplying thjijijH&efl .",, v F(JR SALE A nice, bright aed Hht in the case of ConHncnweaKh of Ky., Junius Llteey, Ss and T. lave.. general ejurutaa-y- , o oun appreciation ot tb) get will ot Is, set for L. W. Mew, saddle mare 7 years old 15 2 hnd et al vs. J. L. Smith, wtolch The Baptist church has about deed-do- d thw Chicago atfeociatioa, ia odnoed Ii our patrons who have Jaldid ue, ia by apeckl ordtr trial January, 16 avW commence delivery of meal high. Prico 1185.00 to call pastor J. T. Lewls for of County Court. DR. J. S. BEAN, chtuwo of awards and lbwt8 uuipow our acfviximmis axo BMOCfij wwa. full tin. New" YU" will brlnx JWol- m &;" a. m. each morning. Olaton, Ky. ered to deliver the, 3o.wo to an that'u -. The faUowteg from tte OattleV-bu-rg SANDERFUR & jniler went to CanayriU coaunuuliy' J 24tt mm and probperxy ta ail. t 2) as sooa em $60,000 of Xfvnliv. Leave your Laundry at Cleve ller'a Dail Tri)bune will be ol' itereat to C.tiiiblaw a..) Mi.viiMt ..xvn, i IL-U..J n.uu FOR SALE Sow and lKht Pl ' jMMKBaMed'is imisud. ' ... .. . Wwfl-y- . "Work guaranteed and. proapt taa tnmaa iiwa of Mr. Harttv D. 'KJ1- Quleeeoerry Ma Mru, Albert' grocery. ' 'Apply to Hooker -- WlNterae," Hart u'yvwr quVteiU for ihe Ylite-eAgent far 'Masovlle gffre, who aWt fe i. delivery. lwt week. 'iKy v . wan yoawcimu jq,jw u- Skm Laundry. MadteoHvIWIee ) ago: '"Mr.' ad. MKHurfcttVlcl?' A Heat i deaf 'of tebaeeo' is41. oeiBg ncmjwyi gFafo-roolaUPffl . Beaver Dam Flour found only Car4 f Tlwsks. bulBdeK tuxa. w 8ra are the proud parettte of a )w.by. Company, iaeqriwirjweq, jjau-o- ry dU'ed)hre ihis week. ( wae ' I deaircr to' oprow wy many tbafaJ "Hartford at Sander fur & Co'e of 360 A Meanl-etl- oa daugbter, that aravid.4-I'Jyf-tMQt- av shop. Wnw to th'patrBJis of, tW FalrvHiw koImo-fewaed which wiM )ala fan 34tfit 'ftL-- ni ha beee ForSaW. ft Kentucfcr SOW'.U-lvwathe task, or wWg, atfcswt $M,litf toe tho- - swprlee taaxj. datw yiV Mr. Z. Wayifie GrflflB Ut Tu vitM iDr. H. J,'B)t MUeoded the vd- IweAed nvkh yB Of)ej n4ee ywidwiiw, kftcnt i to.bauwinaHW sue the- - lat day utt my kohewl Dec, aftemooa for a few day poospectJ t ot hie atoter Mtae MejV Hell to air ftgMe, wMi. or 30 sap wa4Med to thw W paw. Tfc in, tWs county rWauve f da ttie'in!- - 9rd,- - 11H Io thank tke ia LoutevDle. Heary VmU, of UUoa, ttat .wa4. of gMw4j, mer or He, part of bi ae rotkm ef a caUSftJWdayRaioe. V gm:eette.af.thle,BWy. v- -e eaMcWyw far tifcrMMto nlcirifiMa Hhfcl'e'41 DMtMliU (X uatttvatteAk- a?r mhhw-iimRayw w, 'ihuty imturDcd -- WUson; of Baaver mm. B4deiHHied at Xbv hole . i i . JriMt e, eacuriBg ayi wlH,ij rtr-U a.wioijnry a .Moaday morBlRg uMi Li, oiiawted jfm A Few Worfe Cwnniit: W Df- - J' Wi. mnmmym &J M)ife JVpVBJ fRJIi aMStl uMaau BBVPB HKUKKg, nHn BtBBBtBi Vn7cJ9 ibittJtA -UV uuhm .). 0. K. X., IwtwnlMiy. -- SbbBImMiu: 4b holMaya ato. iVkTwter fcr throat1a-d''-BJ ' ,. -llll . klf UUl xBaiktf;JiM'tfefi. a great bar-- il 4 MvUeanrj at-- , Dr, Ikraa Maii , yiaHml futendaiJ fClt xi. W4lcoa. w411 roMta 'w , "Wmfm Wum la tbta 1eme!eif;'Me XtjfHibMan wiH tales." to Suadai ; aewM- ae' fetMMl a'eBuroli-4.Se- if ,. , "- -; rjfy-e- " , t. .''- -' Mr. o cater to the eye of the most sgbtinizing customer. We 'handle the celebrated ST EftLRG SUITS that are question the peer of onyjlothing handled in Hartford. We will have on sale dujng January some special values in suits and 'overcoat? Call and see them and remember it pays to trade v:th a house that saves you money. Miss Winnie Mauzy, of Morganfiieid, and MteB Isabella Mauzy of Rteasiant RIdgo, aro visiting ihelr panente, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Mauzy. We have for sale strictly pure (New Orleans Molasses, right from the plantation. HARTFORD GROCERY CO. Mr. L.T. Barnes and family, of near town, were the guests of Attorney W. H. .Barnes and family this fTstrang Seeking Divorce. icW to-da- wek. i B' FAIR &; COMPANY, Fi 1- -2 S ,J. York, Jan. 4. Among the cases- on ths dofonded dlvoico cakndar y In tha Supreme Court wasithat of . Mrs. Louise Alexander Strang against Low Is Strang. Tho plaintiff Is tho actress, who executed tho in of tho the "Que-jMoulin Rouge." Strang first leaped into prominence asthe winner of tho Briarcllffo Au- tomoblo race. He is now an aviator. JUfss Alexander and Strang were, married while the former was with ''The1 Follies of 1910" company and sh retired to enjoy a life of domestic bli&sf it didn't turn out a? blissful as;she aniiicipated and she employed detiSotivcs and sued for divorce. .She is a native of Kentucky, Sho came to Now York seeking stage few months befeno tsho play-ed;the "Quaen of the Moulin Rougo andfwas not long Jn scoring n success ce n bbn-orSjja in ! ;:.r..mwiEAR. promising the best .mercjiandise, the best store equipment, the best service and an honest, fair, .'square. deal in every transaction. "Your store-shalbe something better than a. place. .to hand out goods and take in money. Your interest shall be carefully guarded in every instance. You can't be more loyal to us than we will be to you. May the New Year be kind ."and'WTien time shall harvest 1911. mav weall be here and able- to say HAPPY- 1911 l -- start into - E P; Barnes & Bros., 0 BEAVER DAM, KY. fVVVVVVVWVWZVVA tV-now -s. e$$?$ssss$ssss$ssssss Hartford Republical i.,. to-da- y, .... coni-ercl- al " ' .o F iT hfBai 3tema -- . iwy. 1. ul ..I ct'e-ati- dj I r- - ti to-da- y. r-J- Le-Jngt- on if 1-- ,, IV-ll- ucv -te- Ky J4m," a te chrMn-w"lfeWa- j aet lt - Cir. ttpoa.-lpad- y umM,,Um BUjUl Af ,' 4' - I.. a tk nrt JBaBJBarBjaBBBi KA-IAL- r.V te f7 ' B9 fcuaaLi-- J -- jjcsss 'y jr. Court CUinw. 0-- 'i " Byera, BMtffL V K. C, X, C. Pfcal list of Jl lw, Own. Ctamtoaitoweji M MM f.. .... , mK a,W 1.W assi "'""ff hib tftrfaaKnax. avj . n - t a Otato Owaftty BfcbWtt., Art-- for pauptr Aafam, Ma, SMk, Fruak, advice aft Alms Cart $8.00 tomOom-- . WG.2G UMihMMi, E. E., coal for Jail 37.10 40.B0 134 90 34.50 97.50 176.10 eoal lor cowl hoois&, waking loVco U.C. road, 9ama, hauling oh road, 1I ft Beaver Dam, .,.. .... ,BrdJey & Gilbert Co., COO fUo fcoxee. f, , Boswell. C. F.. .... Bivons, Hoary L s..... Baker, CtawiJe, Combs. Leslie ColdUns, R. T ...v . Coopw, Jlae, .... Clark, Jame, ... ..i. ...S Crawder, H C Crow, V O. T, ..... .i.. ..... .... .... ..... ... 2W.ii 2.(i -.- 3.9ft Siw1Hiww 1IMU (X) De. W. 4.46 w 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 .!. t .. P.', Black, T. H. services as Shar Barrass, Sirs. Dorothy, lat bn, money loaned Ho county. . 300.00 Benactt, Kov, R. D., religious services at Almshouse ...... 10 00 Brown, J. 'c, team on rood . 4.50 1.00 Bennett, H. It., same Cooper & Co., Conveyance to 205 Almshouse 3.00 Cooper & Co., Same, Carson, & Co., Mdse of Jail . . 13.35 Same, Mdse. for Almshouse .. 65.2 Ghamberlln, B. S., per diem, 12.00 12.00 Cook, Slack, same Cook, William, team bn road. 1.50 Carter, Janus, hauling rock ... IO.oO 15.0) Carter, Chas., same, Duvall, J, W., writing deed&c 10.75 Davison, Chas., team on road 9.00 , . . . . 3.00 earna Drake, J. 3.00 Drake, Virgil, same 4.o0 Drake, J. A., same Evans, Win., road bed for oouia- . , M-.- Clough, Mark Cooksey, J. D.( Coffnwh, W, F Cartor,' Jaan-es- , Cook, 'James Cook, Mack .... .... ..i ' ."' ..'... ...... ....I . 4.00 2.00 5.20 5.60 2.00 3.K0 4.40 G.40 t Davis, H. H. DulUliE, 2.00 2.00 i 3.1.0 C. nimore, Joel, .. Foreman, J. C, FlnDey, C. B., C, Ford, J. W FoitSr, J. W., Fogle, S. O., Grataln, J. M., Godsey, R. L., Gneer, J. A., Hoover, G. J., w ir h' Harrison, J. P., Hocker, L. W., Hill, J. C, ... f Holbrook, J. D Helslley, D. R., .... Hayms, Alison Iglehcart, Clinton, .... 10.00 Jackson, J. T., ... iy. .... ..'., .... Funk, M. J., team on road . . 4.50 Jackson, It. S.( ... i... , 2.23 James, Sam, .... .... BoMx, J. T.,"Bame, ...., 3.00 Koown, C. P., Grant, A. B. Eome ..,. 9.00 King, R. W., Goosey, Jesse, same, 2.00 2.00 Hartford Republican, Printing Keown, Tom, 87.05 Kdmmel, Luclan, 3.&0 &c, 3.80 Hartford Drug Co., Cuspidors & Kdmbley, M. F., '. .. 2 50 Kaown, H. C, 5.40 duster 2.00 Hartford S. & C. Co., building Ldkens, R. P., pike H. & Croad 2000.00 Lamum, G. G., ...... 2.00 . Hicke, W, T., buUdlne bridge, 8.00 Lindley, Nat, 2.00 Harrison, Hood, lumber for Coun 2.00 .. Mitcholll; J. E., ... ty 12.20 Midklff, Walter, 4 4.55 K Hussey, S. J.j team on road.. 3.75 Magan, J. C, ... 4.55 ... 12 00 Miller, Lee, .... .. Jackson, J. C, per diem w .. 2.00 Jones Miss Katherlne, Coroti. . 3.90 Martin, G, W.t ... of Ky. vs. Joe Wilson .... 6.20 Moore, J. L, .... .4.70 MJdkiff, W. P., services as Jail Maddox, J. E., ...,, kcck ..v. 2.00 1C6.29 Miles, J. H., er, .,. ... 2.00 12.00 Miller, W. P., ... Wilts J. H., por diem 04 2.00 Miles, C. V., same .. 12.U0 Millllgan, Charles, 2.00 ) Mddlff, Jno. R., work oil Eke- 2.00 , Morton, Sam, ... fa tlom booths , 1.50 Mathews, V. A.i . 2 00 Moore, Dr. P. D., Medical servizoo Morgan, Henry, .. 2.00 Mosoley, W. M., . ces for pauper, .... ' 3.60 Morton, John P. & Co., Docket 2.00 Massle, J. L., ... 12.30 MUler, VirgJU, . book for Judge 6.00 . Miller, Estil, team on road .... 1.50 Qwen,. Roy, 3.10 Ohio County Supply Co., Mdse. Ion 2.00 Owen, T. D., .. County. .. ... C.10 O'Bannon, O. T., ; 2.00 Pottoo, J. L., per diem ..r.. 32.00 Park, W. H., .. 2.00 Rose, Mrs. M. J., money loaned r.'jL-- ; ' 3M Voo VrtVsifA'H1 401.25 raiegiey waraon, to County ... . Riley, Dr. A. B holding inquasi Phillips, S. L., 5.60 6.00 Pollard, Grant, .Jno. Hunter 5.60 Some, holding Inquest, Kenae- Payton, W. T 5.00 C.00 Park, T. C dy Maine 3.60 Rogers, Joe B., election Officer, 2.90 Parson, I. S., 1908 2.00 etty, xd. l., .... .... ... 5.20 Rice, C. S., Pauper Coffin .. 7.50 Rogws, L ., 4.40 Renfrew, Mark, Int. on $1000.00 Raloy, C. E., ... 3.k0 60.00 Rogers, Joe B., Joaned to County .'.... 2,00 Ranfrow, J. O., team on read.. 2.25 Rowe, J. F., 3.00 SowU, O. E., pcx diem ..... .... 12.U0 Roberts, S. C 5.20 Sanders, Thos., same, 12.00 Rhoads, Joe, k , 2.00 Sohroadier, D. D., Mdse for '2.00 Renfrew, J. B., ' Almshouse 14.90 RaJph, T, L 4.50 Smith, C. E., Comr. to Grawn Ralph, W. D "... 2.00 4.:;o Stevens, W. F. County . 2.80 Tlnsley, W. S., services as Shull, W. D., 4.00 Comity Clerk, 177.40 Stevens, Sam, 2.80 Same, per diem 12.00 Shultz, Ozca 2.00 Woodburm, J. H., Conveying H. Scott, 0. E., 2.00 Baker to Hartford 3.00 Taylor, H. L 2.00 White, C. W., Conveyance to Thompson, C. H., k. 3.&0 ,. 3.C0 TayJor, W. B Almshouse 2.00 Woodward, Miss Nellie, Com'.th. Thomas, W. P 2.80 nf Ky., vs. 7.40 Taylor, Sam, 2.00 "Williams, Layton, money loaned Truman, E. W., 2.00 jto County 303.4S Taylor, Watt, . 3.90 Brcs., lumber for Taylor, R. E., .v 2.00 County 26.50 Wallace, J. B 3.00 Wiesterfleld, Mrs. Ijoyd, Care of WbittOiouae, Thomas 2.00 Eugene Morgan .... , 10.00 Woodburn, Elijah 2.00 "Williams, H. V., Drugs for Coun- WhltiJy, S. F., .... ;... ...... 0.60 en Whlttlnghllll, : iy C. T 2.00 Wedding, Dr. S. J., Medioall sor- White," N. B., 2.00 viocs 'for F. Oventon , 10.00 Whltitaker, S. L., 3.40 Wthite, N. B., team onr ioad.. 2.25 Wood, J. H., 2.00 White, W. IC, same, 1.50 Vtacent, J. A., tffoso Wilson, J. C, same, iR...v 4.3"0' I, W. S. Tinsley, Clork 6hio Coun Um A.Z0 ty Court, do certify that the forp- Wilson, Lute,, eame, Vogle, Geo., same, PXrm w' tCO SOu)& mt, ie a true and correct The following claims (Kioto allowed copy o nil claims allowed at the for aorvlces ronder4 US Elratfiont Octohsr term 3910, of tho Ohio Coun " ty Ftecfcl Csurt. ( Off Jctina for the year 'lSlQ Anderson, Fred, ,Mm f2.'00 Given. unlr 'my hand, this 17th, COO day ol November 1910. Alien, J. W., ... ,Ja, mJmM Brown, Rockpoji, Ky eluded pastor of Small-hou- s 4.40 church for the ensufng year, ' 2.00 will fill his first appointment next 3.60 Saturday evening and Sunday morn2.00J ing at eleven. Tho church has chang5.20 ed the regular meeting day from the 4.50 fourth Saturday and Sunday to the 2.00 first Saturday and Sunday ion ac2.00 count of the pastors appointments at 3.00 other churches which could not he 2.00 conveniently changed. 2.00 The Baptist Sunday School gave a 2.00 premium to the little olasscs. who at2.00 tended Sunday school most -- regular. ...... 3.90 The successful ones wcto Masters Al. 2.00 bert KIttlnger and Johnle iWlthrow ..... 2.S0 who got a Star apiece. ...... 2.00 Mrs. Sallle Drake her sister 2.00 Mrs. Mattio Reed near Kroncs Mon- 3.60 night. 2.00 Rev. II. P. 2 00 who has been Circuit Cwrt-T- V Bttl D. JUnso.'Attornty? Vf. Jailer; X O, BartmM, Clfifk waa (ihH a omcccm. ' 6te RHM l Oik. 11 x, v.owimwionerji. Thre was alsto a bjll6w fwcen-Ho- - UcUsn.w, Ktmthes, Trurteo Jtiry Fund! T. it. Kronoa Xon- heals and protects flro morks at Iff, Hartford. DeputJti a. ' tli-(lioc(l mem-brnday Lob Black. Court convents! from rtiltlnn day In 4rch and August Miss wMW ESatterday gavo a nice Catarrh and drives, three weeks, and Third Ht&to entortaln-mnt-t at tho School away a Cold in the Mir and Mwfemher. two we house near hero nt tho close of hir Herd quickly. B. vW County CirL-- li the Senics of school Thursday nigh. Clerk, C. K. Tuito mid Smell, FulldlzeCO cts., atDrag-clt- s W. S. 11111 and family of noir Mr. J. C. of by mail. In liquid form, 75 cents. torney, JlarWerd. Court con South Carrollton, iMlcs Oma Maddox, Sly Brothers, CC Warren Street, New York. Monday In .each month. Quarterly Quarterly dour Rockport.and Dr. M. rf. Maddox, Loul. the third Monday In JaH villc-- , Ky spent ChrleUMW with July and October. tholr parents, Mr. and Mn. M. P. Mad Court of Claims Convene tiny In January aifd flrat dox, near here. October. (j Mr. Alonro Franco is visiting relauuier county oiricurr u. " tives In Paducah this week. Ky., Surveyor, ForOllle, Miss Blanche WlUirow and 'little No. 2; Bernard Felix .As', Ky.. K. V. D. No. 2: Hi In ford. brother Marvin visited relatives Superintendent, Hartford; Central City, Christmas day and IUIey, Coroner, Hurtford. - th CfcrtotoffM tre at ohttrch flatordajr Mit for mu at Mm AiiTMkH' schoJl ' A Remedy Ratable Bn Ely's Crttm Balm -a tloreotoj 0it(; F, ' -- V. racrstffttftVAi C. M. ML ajkKayr C. M. ftwfra nkty afctariMd. jnstr 1ARWETT k SMITH, jkt, ad ATOHNEYS AT 'LAW, HAKTFORD, m KY." ci HAYflreft Tiyj ?rt ot tlea and metlw their prafeMtoq ia,a th 1 p- et Appeals. d stven ts all bustnt e..irvMte to the ears. CeUeettons ai. tJe Prae-tle-e of Criminal and Heal ale "Law Spealalilea. Offlee la Rej.ublkan bulI4 turt Ohio and aehtfns r; IT t In lag. Icli. 1). FRANK L.FELIX,!,. Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, WHI JUSTICES COUHTl - KY eoSyH IGMT SYMPATHY .... ra ...... .. , m, mr., ,. ,. .,lnZ.r -- M. E. Church South Servires monrln and eveninu every first anrl third Sun day In each month. Sunday School 9;i a. m. Prayer meeting every Wednet uay evenings Jiev. vjrgil Elgin 1'astorj Baptist Church Services every Sundtt Sunday Schot mornlncr and eveninir. 9:45 a. m. Prayer meeting every Ww Cheap Clubbing Rates. wcauay evening, nev. J.' w. iirun pastor. We have made an arrangement wltl Christian Church Services every fou We have 460 acres of fine bottom Sunday the publishers of the Inland Farmer, at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Sund: School 2:30 Ol of Louisville, whereby we are enabled land from one and a half to tno Ford, pastor. p. m. Elder Henry t with to furnish The Hartford Republican miles of Hartford, part of it C. P. Church Services first Sundav cavji luuuui ai al a. and that paper one year forJl.50. timber. Also., about 75 acres of up- ounuay acnooi am. itev. T. J,jfThe Inland Farmer Is a weekly1 Jour- land belonging to the same tract. pastor. nal and one of the best fartm papers Terms easy. SECRET SOCIETIES. an helps hurts, but It won't cure aching tooth, wonn't wake a marred one look like Its did self. Takes a experienced dentist to do skillful, that. Get all the sympathy you can, but for real relief and good appointment dental work make nn with us for the practical way of getting your teeth in fine fchape. Best day. crown and bridge work In this town ' James Hallows and family Louisville or any town. Teeth extracted withKy. ,are guests of .Mr. and Mrs. Sam out pain. All work guaranteed. Tele Morton this week. i phone 218. Mr. J. R. Klrtley vIsitocbKat Island, Ky., Tuesday. DR. H. J. BELL, Mr. Bob Billings and family are DENTIST, visiting relatives in Tennessee. Office id Republican Bldg. Hartford, Ky. Miss Roxey Igleheart and Will Ash-b- y were married last Wednesday at the home of (the brides parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clark Igleheart. Mr. C. 0. Hunter, Hartford, Ky., and Mrs. Eck Fulke-rsoMatanzas, were guuts of their paron's Mr. and Mrs. Soth Hunter recently. Mrs. Joe Bullock is quite 111 at her home near here. Ed Ball was a guest of his 'parents 50 Acres of the finest Rough river Mr. and Mrs. Will Ball Christmas day. bottom land located three miles west Marion Ball and S. E. Hunter went of Hartford. About 20 acies In cultito Nelson Creek yesterday. vation. Gobd dwelling and out buildings. A bargain for $1,250. 3rd Monday In March, Wednesday r In Jun, Wednesday 3rd Monday In September, AVeilnes , after 3rd Monday In December. John H. Miles, Itockport, Fridar 3rd Monday In March, Friday tier 3rd Monday In June, Friday after Monday in September, Friday after fd Monday In December, J. C. Jackson. Centertown, Saturt jf atter 3rd Monday In March, Saturday t ter 3rd Monday In June, Saturday &",r 3rd Monday In September, Saturday ter 3rd Monday in December. M. C. Cook, Itenfrow, Tuseday titr 2nd Monday In February, Tuesday1, tier 2nd Monday In May, Tuesday nflr fd Monday In August, Tuesday after 3d Monday in November. Thomas Sanders, Dundee, Wednsdy after the 'second Mniday In Februa , Wednesday after 2nd Monday In W Wednesday after 3rd Monday in Avgi t. Wednesday after 2nd Monday In Nou , C. V. Miles, Fordsvllle, Thursday af :r er 2nd Monday in February, Thursday 2nd Monday In Mn.v. Thursday at it 3rd Monday in August, Thursday ai er 2nd Monday in November. J. ii. ratton, .Ralph,- - Friday arter a Monday in February, Friday after d Monday In May, Friday after 3rd J day in August, Friday after 2nd 1 day in November. I - Practlee his profession In Ohl l.iM B. S. Chamberlain. Hartforl. and adjoining counties and In the Court aftAi 5rl XtrtMlow lei 'lnrrri ter 3rd Monday In June, TueWaJ ileJ of Appeals. Criminal practice and Col 3rd Monday In September, Tuesday lections a Specialty, Offlee in the Uer. f, 3rd Monday In December. J,. w , O, E. Scott, Cromwell, Wednesday l" aid building. Brd Monday ' 1 HARTFORD, - KY. Will tiraitMn. 1nl tm.cjeiuu in an .. ..... ,..-- .... u ... tan. Courts of Ohio and adlolnlnp mnntk. and In the Court of Appeals. Also No tary ruDJic. onice over First National Bank. Attorney at Law. m...i. YANCYL.MOSLEY. JOHN B. WILSON cnAs.M.cnowa WILSON & CROWE LAWYERS HARTFORD, - KY. Will practice their profession in all the courts of Ohio and adjoining coun. ties, and in the Court of Appeals. Special attention given to criminal' practice and to collections. Qffloa on Main St., opposite Court House. -- HARTFORD POLICE COURT. I For Sale Real Estate! C. . ... M. Crowe. Judce: Q. B.. Likens.Cry . .. Attorney, sam iuiey, itiarsnai; u conenes second Monday in each mor, Jlty uouncji j. n. Williams, Jlav R. T. Collins. Clerk: S. K. Cox. Tr urer. Members of Council, T. R. H"' nara, w. J. titan, w. M. Fair.i il' I Taylor, W. E. ElUs, E. P. Moore. School Trustees J. s. Glenn, chalrm! W. S. Tinsley, Secretary, C. M. Barn-- ) C. M. Crowe and Dr. E. B. Pendleton. ) ...'' RELIGIOUS SERVICES. Ad TRABE.MARKS DromctlY abtAlnMl In all coiutriM, or no (m. a obuln PATE NTS THAT PAYtdTerUttejiUMrcBh'j,atour upoua, uutlclp you to ricccm, Send photo or kttcL t or FR E C report on pattntabllity. 10 jearf practice. 8UB PASSING REFEnENCES. For tn Quid Book on Profitable J"atent write to B03-B0- ... Seventh u. ci "ninw in. Street, B jnana m published In the United StatesOur readers should take advantage of ISO Acres of land two miles south , this offer. tf of Rosine on a free delivery route out of Beaver Dam. 30 acres bottom land CERALV0. about 20 acres timber land and the Dec.28. 5liss Dora Mllner and Mr. rest of It fairly good upland. Five Thomas Wilds were marnled lure Dec. room frame, two story house, two 2tth, "now Rease Curtis officiating. barns and good tenant house. Splen Mrs. Emma B, Fulkcrecn Is visit did orchard, never falling well In yard ing at Cleaton this week. and horse lot and spring in easy reach Mr. Sherman Green, Llvermore 'was of the house. In good repair. Must in our midst Sunday. be sold and will be sold at a bargain. Mrs. J. M. Everiy .viisUed hereon William, at Nelson same days ago. A new one and one-ha- lf story frame Miss Matt-LWood 1 visiting her building with five rooms and. large sister, Mrs. Itnda Patterson, Pronitls, recptleon hall, built out of the best Ky. selected material. Situated on Clay Mrs. Alvls Pulkorson is very sick and Fredrlca streets, Hartford, Ky. dropsy. of Lot 00x205 feet' Fine well of soft Mrs. Blanche Jonte returned from water. All necessary out buildings. Evansvillo some days ngo. Terms reasonable. Apply to Mr. Will Barnard mho has been in Colorado for some months has return DARNETT & FOSTER, ed to his home at this place. Hartford, Ky. TTnrtfnr.1 T.A(Tpo W. fi7K V met8 firftt flnrl third MnnilAV nl eacn monin. w. E. ElUB, W. JI. Crowe, Secretary. jP- KILLthe COUCH I AND CURE the LUNGS meets every v Miuiim, 4k. nviuIUVK, V.'. S. Tlnslev. Secretary. third Saturday nigh XllKil psirru. PvthlnR mn,li AVA. Tn.arfn.. w.1 , i na an S, A. Anderson, C, C.j J, G. Keo1 TthlBWFrMl . ui .k. S3. " troubles:AND LLtHffMTAWDLI Hartford Tont Wn o ir n fp every meets T rr tirst and 'third Thursd GTJARANTXED SATISFAOTOH1 tnlftht nniu Foreman, Record Keeper. SunahlnA HIva Jn jo t. r. m meets second and fourth' Thursday nig In pnpn mnntVt Af.rA t ad Commander: Mrs. Lula Pendleton. Lady ''" "Willie Smith, Secretary. RoUCh Ttlvor I nil A Nn lift TTntnl. OC Hartford Chapter No. Si, O. E meets second and fourth Monday , T? T!,rn.n1 TO Inr. Mm. T Dr. Kine's New Discovery WITH FDHCSrei18 j- nii c Acme Lodge No. 339, I. O. O. P.. meets . second nnH fmlrft. KVI.I.... .ini.. each month. A, B. Riley. Noble Grandi D. D. Schroader. Secretary. I unio iTJDe No. 188, Imp. Order Red Men, meets .econd and fourth Wednosfi ' ,', "' :ul;" r. Pnto m.t Cam li! Trade MAfUUL nil boll. '"P" Sachemt ' A. "onin. waiter Oesic Ul "" " Cadvrir PrOStOn Mnrrnn To. XTa j r. . dea holds regular meetings Saturday biforl me iirai Aionuay In each month. TnTentlon l Ptobablr &"Wm?-il- ? ford Wills, Commander; J. M . nnceral tloiuBtrlctl7conno:iitijJ.HANDB(KMrwI,l m aemrree. uwni aieniv.i"': "'" & Co. rtujl. tbroDsh Munn I 1'atenU taken Kjc(aliic,wiinouiBnarsB. lumo A. S. of K. nnrl .Tnlncva 1n.l Xm"la Stf.5:iu,2'r n'rt? ? -' " ""-T,.o Cflrr-Tltp- T- 4rcil pnthi "- a1 60 YEARS' EXPERJENCE m laaiadkJ yjtiilM I ""ir"""i. , llinl. MHllllin JSSKSStVSSS '; National Officers: C. O. DraMon. Pro, nr.,.iii. .., A hanihomeir lllmtrated weeitr. Irgeit cir11.- -'? - Shnrn- V n,.. .,uvnruur A"' ureenj culation of anr aclentioo toornal. Terms, 13 K fourtuenthi.lL iJolabjaHTexxilera. . k. S. Ti Tfllmn C.i u,m w. fc.l ireas.Jnuanap olls.Tnd. '"Brancb OMci. 0 F BU WaetUaton, D. O. State Officers: C,$i'.tPrl G?rgetow. Ky. W. - " fnnV k " C. kV " '" 6'' "Raent, Hart Shlo- - Calh0UnK Stevens, Pres , Deaver Dam Kv B. Smith. Sec, ' D. Ford, Treas., Hartford CoVJ-OrflfeV- I COUNTr ilartfork' " '' " i ' "" m,3 tUM No. f 6' s Tf; t pn w ASICS, ty, X, AUAun, A,t .k ... u KAajfl ftH.Mi kVU4 COO 4.UV 5Y. Kaaug a TJNSUEY, t C. O. C. C. ?: AKord, P. H Austin, W. II., Arnold, J, V., Barnr-tt- , .... .... .... ...... . Bean, J C. 31., E,', v i Baaa, W. T.,' ...... ... Burryaian, J. N., Bwaett, W. P., ! ,OWB, J. L., ,, . , . Baiz, ff. N., .. m&w. a. a., tehoj), Opvllle. Siwd. Ji'B.. .... iadrd, H. A.. ... ,.. ." .... ,. ..... ;. ' f f Now 2.80 will teoon be time that most read 2 00 2.00 ers .of ourrent literatures and magawill be making up their lists 2.00 zine 2.80 for the new year. I am representa3.60 tive for any magazine or paridoical 4.40 Order Your Magazines ilTny, . -- BOAfip OP EDUCATION ChalrMn. Hartford.Ky. Tlebenor. wtford. It. P. D ?,llamy. Whites Ule. Ky ?u,f hn-- . """fort. Ky. Southern Agriculturist MASHVIUE, TENN.X ,,.., jvy. It Prize Offers from "Why some inventors fail." Ldihf Manufacturers netted." T' Va J Jvlfrrl -- Cook on patents. "Hint5.to Inventors." "Inventions &ftyufl.'te'fJr.;m -- 2c, T. "n.W. v I ,m you them singly, or make you a cut prtee, where you take more than one. 4.481 Make any klBds-- of comb nations or 2.4.0 clubs. Aljt ruBewale accepted, and 2.60 gives the sawe attention as .HeW . 2.0O Call en, wrke or iele-,m. ,fl J.' NY FOSTflR, , 4.70 2.01 that you may want I will furnish Send rough sketch or model search of Patent Office records. Our Mr. Creeley was formerly. Acting Commissipner of Patents, and at such had full charge of the U. S. patent Office. jr I ISiLHMg PDtrTNoioTSpSS. SSW&FiZZZBXi M., i,"L.P."TIIIC. . For fprty years the friend and counselor oft Southern farmers. Twenty -- four pages twice month. 50 cents a year or three. - 2 00 !,; Ti Jtepublkaa Office, BartforilKy, i m, GIMLEY& MIM atru T" hnl . ijiV.'2-r"'.. -- IvrSLM1!"! rVM Eclll. "' ' v w. uuua IUtM Matt """"iriOTON. D. C. '. years for $1.00, Gobd ' JlZttcfiA tamilB Sent Fri . ' v- - WAmmwoH, tJOj iS r V 'W 5 ' w f - i ""V. ",VV t ' i P "SJ second wife was Agnes James, they were married Oct. 27th 1SC3. Thero was one child born of this union. His ithlrd wife was Sallla Valentino. They were married June 15Ui 1863. There wvre four children born of this union threa ons and one daughter all of whom with hl3 wife survive him. He servde through tho Civil War as a Federal Soldier In the-17tm I 27. Mr. and Mrs. Will Mil I 1 Ho Joined tlo Ky., Infantry. Iec. It Woiitdn't Sound Wsll. and daughters MtK Ellwboth An nnsllsh north couutry paper Christian Church, lu early life and reVPaultoa and son Lyonu, ICosmowtefi rownb upon the kuowu ambillon of mained a faithful member till death. a of Its lown to Farewell Uncle Luther you win be are veiling Aire. Miliaria iarun itke mayor i.Ij .lUHiiiTiilsliPil be made ill sprvlcis i...ii,f fnr Mr. and ilra. Will Lyona. missed by your family and frlonds. royalty nnd narrates for the &' Mr. Loul L. Danlol Auburn, Ind., irecelvlng Vi"""" C benefit of the aspirant this anecdote: JSfMudlnertha holidays with kia moll When Adam Wuck, the Edinburgh FOR FLETCHER'S SMs..C. B. Daalel. publisher, was sounded ou the subject j7J(.Mr, and Mrs. Poaoe, Louisville,: receiving knighthood, .. ho said: "Nae. .. 'tf TpeadlBg tbe hoUdaj , with M e; It waaua uee. iou pee, ue auu- Resolutibns of Respect. ?Pww:e's 'lf a boy cam Into ula' shop and Mr. and Mra, 1. 'A ha'peth oxalate peucll, Sir were adop The following lyaolu-ttoaidam,' U wadna bound weel." tod by our oaaip, Ctsar Run Oamp No. Mm. Haa Owth, who has bA 'T K 1!W, Woodmen, of tha World, of Ohio iWtl nMLvm la Oweoboro, coutvty, Ky., in mareory of Saveralgn twiMd' Uonia Tuaeday Ml hvm. tnlodrnlilA wnrml'f rrluaWan in- v , .., God Mr. iid Mrs. ,: Daolel knd uuu u .1 we. it you whsisauglet" iuuu J, Lr Hoover, ihom tfeke saw lutwHis a from Infinite wisdom, to JCL.ft 4th, HMPtlonl. hh viskiM; Mr. hlp me te tura the I may be a warm," replied the taithful Sovereign, a true Christian, Mi pniwnta. Mr.-- MlrMra. 7. iW. ue uwekly, "WV I aiwt the wrc a taUMraad a wonderful TWiMt Li W Mall. M t turuf."-'Lowl- 9fl oouiwdlor) W fH ttet our eoaaau-nt- y 'Mr. JImmwU mm, who iJa )wa lot on of H moat Jattuan-t- H Ih (Ms eownHiiUl "fitttim Thi'lwHl Slrl.V Ija KLSki & A ? . MalUMnl&J t b.hIiu.1i iiiaw, of tk day, waUa wa fel y itoifdue. twvuwii mr, ' wi-iw great om, our haaria gewa ouj. ifi wis,, to my vaav; t gtwkt afnipnttij' for Uw aeraavad pr, O. W. FJx imt mht Dr, you. sir! All of ymr auch bully fallows. fftmlly, whkk k aotKBoadil f nwUier, t. Bm'i HeeiMnty d dmss. iMtwora have 'gtovelaad LMtdar, wife aad Amm- - eWWrca, ami a boat of Jmss ItawHiow wd mm iHaUMg Mrs. HtuaUteui's f ftoada to laaiMWi tfedk aaaa. mmdrm Vbt tkat rtesi Ut HMMt Ut all day mit, Mr. awl Mm. P. M. Pante. We paowiiwMwt ihavt a copy he sent Ma toaUwaa tftd steall acarc ovartaka to Ta HarMowl KapubMoaa lor pub- Mr. Jim uimr. torm Uck, It Dig JohnjSugaru . We Thursday ExMriflt of a Rangtr In Mli Stella I V 5! f th Trnvil. hi Olaesboro fcjf 'Two m at test twve given May if Chew. oC titelr Mtiwtlona when they makm thU were carried off by lions the great exTotal "it is prodlcted plorer Llvlngsttae and a man named atar lng stal Wolbutw, a ranger of frame preserves by large that tho low- In the Transvaal. Woihuter's adven- est ada Nil yat soil for five ture la, not secondary la interest to e highest for J Livingstone's experience. Ills story, OCT I a IK) reonts flgurva that not loro tl which was attested by the certificate I, for the rtast Hvo of the magistrate of the district, was lia not pi substantially as follows: ya ne. was riding along a Kafir path fVflSale. abeutan hour after sunset It had a long: inarch, and he had pushed been Sa two story dwelling 3d nln on ahead of bis companions. Ills dog fky., has good cls- ?enter barked at something, and a moment never luuing iwqii later Wolhuter saw a lion crouching goi ,cloee to him on the right hand side. stable and other out rater, Th ranger turned his horse sharply. lings, fere lot of ground. A a circumstance tnat no doubt caused for family residence lloa to nilss the spring. the ndid i Wolkuter was unseated. At the same ihote' pf and terms roason- moment he saw another lion coming l Ap from the opposite direction. The fi & FOSTER, Agents, JAR horse rushed off, with the first Hon Hartford, Ky. y in pursuit, and the second Hon picked Wolhuter up almost before ho touched hit Might Be Avoided. the wound and irrluned him bv the L"Jo government report. right shoulder in such a position that aie every year In this lie was face up, wlt.b his legs and body exposure and i disease, ragging underneath the beast. The Ion trotted down the path, uttering a loud, growling, purring noise. Woihuter's sensations were not those lAlfEfOF ARCHITECTURE. of Livingstone, who satd, he was In a state.of apathy, with cntireabseuco of l!n fl(M Graceful Corinthian Styls pain during the time the lloa had him. of Capital. Tho game ranger suffered terribly", thArfcter a young girl had died both mentally and physically, and saw iVirlA. Some time afterward her no possiblo way of escape. The Hon id lAttfed together various trln- took; him nearly 200 yards. anlpbythings which the girl had Suddenly Wolhuter bethought him of )d Ai brought them to the girls his sheath, knife, which bo carried In re. lltrc she placed tbcm In a his belt behind his right hip. On reachtnc monument and put a ing a large tree with overhanging roots MtetKar tile upon the basket to :e tho Hon stopped, whcieupon Wolhuter rrcimtie winu rrom overturning it. stabbed him twice In the side with his inpftwd that under the basket was left band. It was ascertained afterwnen ootflei an acantuus plant, ward that the first stab touched the ilinRff ame the acanthus sprouted. bottom of tho heart and that the secIlCsioots were not able to pierce ond one slit it down for some distance. bl 1W, and accordingly they grew The lion immediately dropped Wol iunlit. haIng the lmket In their huter, and again tho gamo ranger il.itB Such of the long leaves as struck him. this time in the throat, rwlty against "the four protruding" severing aa artery. "nrkpr. tlie tlie on tue top or tne The lion Jumped back and stood facikil curled round under these cor- ing him, growling. Wolhuter scram- ra ltd rormea pretty voiutes. bled to his feet, shouting at the top of Cnfmncuos, the sculptor, walking his lungs. Ho expected the beast to (It lnr one day, saw this and im- come at htm again, but It did not. In tely conceived the notion that the stead, it turned slowly and, still growl nil of the basket with the plaque lng, went a few paces. Sooq Its growls tip of It and surrounded by the In turn 1irnwf tn mnnna rrhnco U U.M .WWW. AUkWb, vifcanu status or acantuus wouiu ceased, and the ranger knew that thi (omely heading for columns In i waa lueu ueau. ture. Up from this iden formed ft Wolhuter got up the tree ns fast a: dutiful Corinthian style of cnpl- his Injured arm would permit, an !(.' Kuch. at least, is the story as the hardly was' he seated when the firs chlttct Vitrmlus told It 1,000 years Hon. which had been after the horse came back on the trail of blood. B this time the plucky ranger was s Stringtnt French Customs. faint that be tied himself to the tn fodrists must not fail to note the to prevent himself from falling out riuf'eney of customs as ' lie was found by his companion itlle smokingthe Trench they may In materials who took him td a place of safety. Th tently bring with them. A corre-enHon he bad killed was an old male, ani en t Is reminded of a. significant ;the weapon used was an ordlnar; tie scene on the Dieppe landing sheath knife. New York Tribune. )ge. An English holiday maker who d come down td meet n friend nrrlv-i- r by the boat found himself without The New Year Cometb. i,Thls Is the timo of sadness and farJ light for his pipe aud sang out to a fend on boaul. "Got a match?" Tbs .well. Iter wits Just about to throw his r The tune of welcomo and of n atihbox across the Intervening yard dcJighl; h two of water when the man on the old vnr drifts nnnn ilia wlA age suddenly remembered and added .. ... w i T Ith hasty pautomlme, "No: wait III ISL V"" Tlnto that limbo where tho dead ye hesently!" And bystatidlug passeu- ;rs hart to explain to me nstonisueu wv 'dwell. !vcomer that If the box had oeen -- From some strange, dtstanc.3 hour jmwti uuder the ayes of the customs no tongue can tell. fliers every match In It might have l O'er moonlit ways and paved wa lid to pay a franc. London qiirouicle. shining white. yoar a .The naw;v swlf Th? Polka. sibn bright The iKilua is the natural dance for e feet of the people. Take In Comes at the cantor of tho old j Its origin, A Bohemian peasant knelir jrl was seen dancing "out of her own jenil." exteuiporixmg irom uie sueei Time turns his glais! The sands 4 of her heart soug. tune and steps. . slowliy run, "Freighted, In aech dropped gra L'hls she did ou a Sunday afternoon In Clhelelnltz. and uu artist, one Joser m with oiemory Wuda. who spied her, made a uote of Tn failune wrouglut, the faw suco riti im ennr TIia noonle of the town H lUopted tho dance and called It the ' 6es won! I cry, "O Time, what brings tlwiMUikn. half step. In 1833 It reached , for men?" Prague and Vienna In 1840; thence It The brave-tongu- ed betts peal ojravRlread rapidly through Europe. WhenII. Oellarlus mtrouuceu u 10 tue ran- back ito me, . . !... ll rtla n,. vi'nt"" lans we ueur iuui uu cio . ""A chance to foil; a ohauco to ore" "the all absorbing pursuit, the ' J again!" ka, w,blch embraces In Its qualities C, Joues in January ('intimacy of the waltz with the vl- Fpincott's.. . ajt of the Irish jig." Casseirs mag- t 'Mlta zlife. Jf 0LAT0N. ou 10 OFF IY-- A LION. frotnlhturdai r ay with. Mr. For Cookiig and Servlig. cups cotUMeobeeefl One and one-thir- d cu sus'ar, two jkalitespootMi cream, one Mbteapoosi meked butter grated rind of oao lemmn. ikkrce tablespoons leamon Jwtee hr9 tgs, cup oltron cut flae, cup currante. onf-fei- lf one-fouri- th lfeaWoji, a copy furnished ito tiib of the deceased, aad'to the Visitor, L. C, HOOVER, S. L. KINQ, . J. W. ORAY, f Patriotism The Aton.ach is a larger factor in "life, liberty and th pur" than most people are aware. Patriotism can withstand hunger but not dyspepsia. The confirmed dyspeptics "Is fit for treason, stratagems and spoils." The man who does to the front for his country with a weak stomach will be a weak soldier and a fault finder. A sound stomach makes for &od citizensnip as well as and happiness. Diseases of the stomach and other organs of digestion and nutrition are promptly and permanently cured by the use of suit of happlnets one-four- th LO,IE OWE.V, Committee. .f. Parson's Poem a Com. From Rav. H. Stuberovnll, Allison, la!; In praise of Dr. King's New Life PiUa. Mash tho choose thorougpliily wHh a silver fork, then add islto sugar, encam butter lmon rind and Juice and pggs well beaten. But until light and add tho citron and currants. Xrtiw email tins with good paste and fill two-thirfull with the mixture. Bake until firm to the touch about fltbwn minutes. Sprinkle wth powdered sugar and servo when nearly cold. -ds "They're such a health necessity, In every home th'jse pills should be. If other Mnda you've tried in vain, USE DR. KINO'S And be Well again, Only 25c at all druggists. m MEDieHC DISCOVERY. It bultda op the tody with sound Utah and Dr. PIERCE'S GOLD EX sotld muscle. lf cupful of Moisten one and cracker crumb3 with on quo! amount of boiling ,wialer and Xet storad until cold; then add largo pint of milk one d of a cup of mobeaten egg lasses and onienhalf pound of sodded ratalns cut into 'blta; staam for seven or eight hours, and lot it stand In the mold until cold. on-haone-thir- 'Training Seals is Easy. are .. -- -- ut-us- According to an old trainer U la a very simple trick to teach seals the tricks they do in tho ring. "The cardinal priciple In training animals, eus ho Is not to attempt to make an animal do anything contrary to hte nature ofits particular speclo3. To b3 successful a trainer must know enough about the habits inCook without stirrlwg afiter tho of the animals he has under training gredients are wwll anlxed, .two cups of to fit the tricks he would teach them molasses one cup each of milk and to their natural bent grated Chocolate one tablespoon of la "The seal Is very easily taught. and one rounding tablespoon of You begin with one seal, acme small minutes. Turn pieces of Hish butter, for twenty-fiv- e and a string. You let Into a eliallaw buttered pan and tho seal sit on his pedestal, somewhen cold enough mark into squares. thing h ollke3 to do by nature Cook slowly without atlrlngtiwo cups and easily catches it. Next you tie a pleco of fish on the end of jour cups of of sugar one and ono-ita- tf one rounding tablespoon of but- string and swing it toward the seal ter and one tablespoon of vinegar. he catches this, too, and you kep Cook until It is brittle when drop- moving away from him and swinging ped in cold water. Ccol on 'buttered the fish to him from an increasing Now jou are ready to be distance. tins and pull until light colored. gin with the hat or cornucopila. You Break the frame pt the turkey in- put a piece of fish in the bottom of to small pieces add a few stalks of it and toss It to tho sal. The seal colery cut into small pieces and la dexterous by nature and his nose any but of meat and bons available. qulokly detecting the fish in tho tip Cover with cold water and heat of the cone seeks it out. Tiw com olm-mslowly to the boiling point, th3n catches on his snout and he bit 23 for two or thneB hours. Rjmovo out of the fish and tossjs th cone the fat and take out th? bonj, also aside. Before long h ecomes to asremoving the celery stalks If prjfosr-re- d. sociate the cone with fish and he Rahoat, season with Bait and will catch any number of similar ones recipe says aud popper, cur original and toss litem aside when he fails to strain. But 1 would comment do got find what he wants. strain unless you wish to ronsto ths Balancing the big rubber ball is bits of moat, that according to all based on the same principle. The ball I economy and good s sense should be a is soaked in fishy brine and thrown lowed to roniaLn in this uoup unless to the ,saal. Ho gets the odor and extravagance is the object sought. tries his best to got into U10 ball Bake two eggs in a cup and fill and find 'what he is after. This result the cup with sour cream. Turn out in his balancing tho ball on his nose, into a bowl and baat very light, th3n a feat to which his supple neck and of sugar arid ibaoit again. hls natural feeding habits are all add one-cu- p levpl teaspoon of soda Lado'itcd and. then lu g:rs his piece Sift one-ha- lf and a pinch of salt in ace and one-ha- lf of fish as. a. pnlz New York World. with, spice cups of flour and iva-nilmo-lasser The dealer who offers a substitute for the " Discovery" is only seeking to make the little more profit realized on the sale of less meritorious preparations. Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Adviser is sent fret on receipt of stamps to pay expense of mailing anly. Send 21 one-cestamps for the paper covered book, or 31 stamps for the clpth bound. Address World's Dispensary Medical Association, R. V. Pierce, M. D., President, Buffalo, N. Y. 1 il Why Not Read The Courier -- Journal HENRY WATERSON, Editor. WE CAN FURNISH YOU m McCALZ. 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Sprinkle with diluted orangd Juice and sugar aud let sSand fcon minutes; dry on a cloth, then dip in fritter batter and cook in hot deep fat. Fry to a light browp, remove from fat with skimmer" and dry on paper in an open oven unitU all are done. Roll In sugar and servo on a folded napInter kin. Eat with a sweet sauo Ocean. TRAINED MINDS WILL WIRE YOUR HOUSE Are in demand by business men. The Spencerlan course in Bookkeeping, Shorthand and Accounting has been tlie means by which 12,000 graduates are holding responsible positions. Hundreds are earning over $5,000 a year. We will send full details rogardlng rates and course to young men and women who will write us. AT COST. ELECTRIC LIGHTS ARE CLEAN, HEALTHY AND SAFE. NO HOME OR BUSINESS HOUSE SHOULD BE WITHOUT THEM, WHEN IN Spencerlan Commercial School Union National Bunk Building LOUISVILLB, KY. 6th and Main Sts. REACH. Children Cry Death of Mr. Luther Rogers of Sdlect was born June 18th 1836, died December 20, 1910 He was first married to a daughtor of Fleming James the date of Which is unknown to the writer. There was oao child born of this union. Ills EG.BARRASS. ave Money and Keep ia Style by Reading McCall's Magazine and Using McCall Patterns Manager.-t ' . r- ( evl-enc- CASTORI A Luther Rogers. FOR FLETCHER'S Ladies! M HHt MYALLS MAGAZINE McOir. help you hlily at a raoderato expense by kooplne tou postort on tba latest fashions In clothes and bats. 60 Now Fashion beslKQj lu each IssiiQ. Also taluablo Information on all homo aud manors. Onlr Gpc a rear. Including a freo pattern. Sub niii..vtin dress styt OUR CLUBBING RATES. The The The The The The The The The The The The Republican and Louisville Herald Republican and Courier-Journal 1.35 1.50 1.75 1.25 1.75 Mantew sif ir-Oliairl- ea teribo todar or send for freo sample copr. 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HARTFORD, KY. nwnrnTiii ii i 'ui imxz-i- . . IS yc . - "T - j. m B ; I:SBf"1 'f v" A GREAT One Solid Week sacrificmam M H Ti t i iM HH m MONEV WANTED! OS DEMANDED! Ha . ' Sensational rrlo OULttlns Ol Unneara. of Bargains! Of fLaire Bujriug Cnanoeii! ie Solid Week si; Sale Begins Saturday, AND January M 1911, IDS CLOSES SATURDAY, JANUARY m 1 A Chance to Supply all Your Needs for a ijittje Money Owing to the lack of a good tobacco season which also prevented money from moving, and the financial strengencyMi J pIaih .. 1 si. t h ft J ji wc lioirn lancu rt higgi, wui Killo IP umptijf oo nra ell mil inrl Tva41iat-afn-uccu JN 011110? eJ oiunr, ltra nave fiitA iu mnnf ntir irnw ao nrnmntlir a,j vru ouvutu auu ms, luwciwc nnnd lllUUCy dUU IieeU 11 DaQlV. We know of no way of getting this money only by selling more goods. ;A little cash in hand now is much better thanla 1 everywhere, but we are going to make such a sacrifice! shelves. We "know times are close and "Economy" is the pass-wor- d T ..... oriTMirliara atca n iVta ttinirtT J. itmrA "I7iMiAmTf" mill main mnra in nir dnra Luo.ii &ujr u Tvuiu xiuuuuiujr. nixi 111ua.11 muit iu uw oivit lioi ttuuiu w m me ouuuujr. it .ttIII UlCaU lHal yUU aie gelling gOOQS at f Will nors charge aihandsome profit. It will mean a chance for you to supply your needs and yet have more money left in your J b 11. g sucn an emergency, TI is me Diggest n If saie we nave ever managed and that is saying a whole lot. But we mustlli cumstances, which are certainly more to your advantage than ours. You need the goods, we need the money. It will be aista the bargain will be with you. Kindly scan the following list of articles and prices and sefr if they don't sound pretty good tofyii not list, because the printer said he could not stand the space. But it's all heremost anything you need in the Dry Goods file cape, tor it will be a distinct money loss to you in the matter of economy,ii you do. Read and act that's the point n 1 i lias made trade a- - little iwill answer the purpose. e stock of goods on our 4-- 4 1 price-cuttin- ......- ds at cost prices that the on which our compet-- . than you usually do in We can't help the cir- in which the big end of There is much we could Don't let this chance es-- . aaeir imiim um u now Syrgo 1.25 quality 75c quality J1.C0 $1.25 COc Woolen Goods. 50 Inch whlo 93c 42 lnchts wido ...... 89c 3G Toweling. Linen Toweling 10c Toweling 7c Toweling 121-- 2 ,...10c Sc miscellaneous. 50c quality Bolts 25c quality 7f. 121-2- c .y , inches wlda 43c .... 39c i9c Overcoats$20.00 Crav-ematte -- - ft. best quality ..$12.50 5.uo Men's Ties. .39c .19c ."...4c quality, Percala 9.00 Overcoat Silks. silk Taffata Silk 20 inohos Underwear.. Ladies Vesta all Wool ....89c Ladlus Pants all Woql ..,,,. 89c bast quality fleeced lined ..39c 25c quality mured Un-i.... '..., 19c J1.25 Looks fkvoad lined Unldta 'Suits , ortra size 89c $1.25 $1.23 50c 10c quality Perca'.o 10c .,..l0c Sc $1.25 stlos ? lies 30 inches wlda 89c 3Sc wido .. quality Outing Cloth 8c Cc Calico American Pirlrt ....41-2- c 121-2- o Canton Flannel bast quail,-- 50c Floacedllnied Men's Underwear. bu&t r quality Flannels &c. 30c PlaamJ 20 Indus wldp 23c 30c Danish Cloth 38 inoiits iWldu 23c 131-220c Suiting 121-2- c FlannoL itta Sc 30c Meroerl&ed Poplins ,..2.!c C V 10c Canton Flannel Sc$1.50 Bod Spread extra size ...,9Sa 50c v 10c J Tarn Underw-a- .... A ,39c .89c Men's Shirts. Men's Wool Ton Shirts ....89c 5 Man's Blue Jersey Shirts ....39c $0 dress Shirts best quality . .89c Udress Shirts .... 39c 15 $0.00 Coat and vest all wool ....$3.50 Men's Coats. Susponders - Ladies' Sweaters. $3.50 3.00 1.50 1.00 all Wool Swoafijra Ginghams. quality 10c quality 10c Airron gingham lOo Sliambrvy 12 l-- ,... ..'. , 10c Sftoaturs Sweaters Sweaters $2.50 2.25 33c Suspenders25c Suspenders $1.50 -- , 39c 19c 89q 59c ..8 ..fie 8c $G.OO Blankets. ty $5.00 1.50 1.00 all 11-- 4 Wool Blanks , ibj3t quali3.50 Comforts 25c Mons 3Vcol Socks 10c Cotton Socks $1.50 Buckskin Gloves COc quality L..' 25c quality ...'. $20.00 15.00 12.50 ice 89c 19c 71-2- c $5.00 3.00 all Wool Coats qualltj' quality Boys' Overcoats. $2!9S Ladies' Suits. I$C0 i.jjs , P ? j( Suits Suits Suits , $14.98 12.00 7.50 $1,50 Men's Sweaters. Men's Hats. ,....$1.48 89c ?.89c 30C OOCjquallty $2.00 1.50 t. ,.r 89c 3;jc p) long Cloaks ., long Cloaks Mlong Cloaks Ladies Cloaks. $12.50 9.75 4.98 Shirtings. quality 10c quality 8c quality 12 l-81-261-.J- c ,. .., , ...,Cc 51-2- Blankets Cotton Blankets Cotton Blanks '..: ,V.$3.9S 89c 59o ...J ', 114 boat qualltj' Men's Suits. .,. $12.30 r ,igc quality quality Men's Shoes and Footw Stronger ....$2.98 3.00 work Shoes 2.48 2.00 work Shoes 1.25 6.00 10 Inches high top Shoes ..4.50 4.00 Walkover Gun Motal and Pat- p Bearskin f Bearskin l Children's Cloaks. Chcaks Cloaks - .... ....$3.73 1.S9 2.75 quality,.,.:'. quality. v ,...10.00 '. 7.00 $3.50 wear. than-the-La- Cloth Cloaki'Cloth dloaks ..r ..1.30 $2.50 2.25 Domestics 7c Hoosier Cotton 121-2- c Dleachod Cotton 10c Hojio c Hose. 25c Woolen Hose 25c flesood 1hSl 15c fldJCed 10c Hos3 l?c 19c Men's Pants. $3.00 3.50 2.50 Shoes. I! !.' .... ". ...9c 7c ltol 12c 7c best quality quality ., quality '. COtfDUROY $3.75 ". 2.48 I.CO Table Linen. h 60c rod 35c jxxl 42c 22c Corsets. $2.00 extra 1.25 quality 73c quality PANTS. -. Joas , $1.23 l.G0,aU wool scarfs COc nil wool arfs 35c fecarfs BUB Scarfs. .89c 45c 23c ....'... ..,. .,43c .89c $3.50 3.00 2.00 $1.60 best quality qualltyCi. .$2.50 2.00 1.25 ent ..., 3.50 Star BranitTGun ent 4.50 3.00 2.25 Ladles Patent Shoe 'Ladles Patent Shoo Ladles Gun -- etal M .LIS 3,10 Motal and Pat. Ball-Ban- Boys' Pants. I Ladies' Gloves. $1.25 Kid Glovas 1.00 ICId Glows ,. quality ... bct' quality Joans jfEN'S OytJRALLS. quality ,- 9Sc y 2.00 Man's rubber boots d Man's felt boota best quality atl rubber Overshoes beat quail- Artie Overshoes Ball Band Star Brawl Shoos 1.75 1.50 2.75 3.75 2.33 quality Knickerbockers .... 89c k.75c 39c iM illty hallty M3!u ,. t... .,, Boys' Suits. flits-al- l 89c 75c 1 $1.10 C3c quality ,.. .,....85c 400 - $2.00 to 3.00 Boys $1.25 and 2.00 Serge best quality wool -. iH all wool lulta all woolfv. ..$4.93 2,98 ,B .. i? n ' . v.jr reserved. Ti1.rnrtrtliinn' .J rtif mUlD bv,Co a. Mi.iiv.n .. uyi airr.i nnne nt- li.u sumo mw ui buuniico prices, lor, as we sam .be ore, v.wb hav the ,mney. I,(matter how much goods wo have to give for a little bit of it. This sale means much to us and it means mimh tn vn ..' M'n a u ing in! buying, whichever way you turn in our store. We are leing "pinched" and must jump oeordlng iorget can the .place. Just a week. That's the time they avo us. and that's the time we'll Vivo von. wft'r vii,7 L Tvr: "! - - "bv w itim oneui., xiuruora, secona aoor froi -r the post oilice. Nothing is 11 ,- T"?? . . L ,, V a .1.75 .1.23 Z7U TT " ."lEll"nwWBBBnEnMMWBBBBBBBBBB One Week Only January 14th to "mw w" . 31st 1911. v ROSENBLATTS Hartford, THE STORES TKJLT Ajy-awUJJ- r mjfk.VXmFittm Kentnqlty. Tf . Q i-;