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Subscription $1 per Year No. 26 WOODMEN HAVE vol. xxin: o f BPTFORD, moro rangemects jf&? fou'"' to the White Hj It Has FraSSJfr DlLghy, odltcr of the LowIatonjjVJmriul whose OHIO COUNTY, KY.ftjRIDAY, JANUARY 13, 1911. Tt ft PROGRESSIVES WILL SUPPORT TAFT , i y" co is ODjB of th1?91 PJgivsslwj Reniw,,Unlt,ll States. Mo public Is a warm pofitfSaljjtri'jnd of Theodore to Elect Him. Roosevelt, ifranj editorial In tho Lew iston Journal!. ffrten ,l)y Mr- - Dingloy thi3 has Just'sppSarjd: Xoosevelt Will Also Give His "It Is nerfecuy 'credible that Roosevelt Will stead itor Taft in 1912 as Support to Taft in Taft In lOio'stands for. the rctljmp-tlo- n 6f his' neglected pledge of 1908 1912. and for faithfulness to .the Plrlohot as dlsMngulshodlfroni the Ballincr policy p. Published As Taft's .bkuwkrrs brought on tho Washington, Jan. atonies of an interchange of political landslide Ohio being la particular ovl and legislative endearing letters be dance his correction of himself will tween. President Taft and Col R0030- - do much to correct the party misled vKlt-ha- ve bean exaggerated. Theme Is by Aldrlch and tolerated wilth ' 'himself to the N aw Nation nj strong 'band of union jrroaiuem, aim ms "jwt) nuui uvh w ih, omw twoon ,1110 iirixsr-i- it predecessor, and It Is not llkoly thaf have Rocsaiplt's support. In 1912." In his .editorial Mr. Dlngloy might swoh bond will be oemeted In tho have included .with Theodore Roose-ve- lt near future. the Western Progressive loaders. Recently it 'waa told how Collac tor Loeb, of New York had ibeem for- - It Js probable what 'he lis writing mally requested to look out for tho about and thero ore tayu who believe Enesidewt's future interests In Now, that If tta quoted editorial extract York State, and it .was also said that ' had .(been written by Theodore Roose-th-e collector woW have tho OoToMal's velt It would have been published approval in case he chose to nccjpt in !r3cls:ly tho name spirit, with In 1912 Mr. Roosevelt will give Mr. some changes of btter to make it a Ttaft his support, but as It was said Httle Ijjs personal to tho writer, la tho dispatch' touching tho Inter-- 1 change betwoen Mr. Taft and Mr. Leob TWAHAYQ kPHMN ULUUlUll tho support Is not at all likely to be unqueWp''y w ruponosl-bl- e Eugodjl'a',i withdrawal from for tho Senatoriallwitat. Mr. iDlngley Height Record Smashed Again When Hoxsey Went tJp ilf474 Feet And Will do What They can work hands in connection with grader That we glvo each road hand In the county the privilege of paying $1.25 and be reteased from work on roads, for year 1911, or work the roads as provided by law. Said sum to be due and payable when, warnod by assistant operator to work roads That this Court appoint a Com mitters of thre composed of Jno. T. Moore, J. H. Miles and C. E. Smith to provide the nxes3ary funds to pay the expense of working tho road as herein provided. BJGINIATION Exercises at Owensboro Last Sunday. Principal Address is Deliveredby Sovereign Root of - V BbBT Mil WBm fami 1" auC West Kentucky Seminary Looses Out Badly at, Ovvensboro. Owensboro, Ky., Jan. 9. A fair crowd witnessed the basket ball game - Omaha, Neb. Owomsbcro, Jan. 10. The meeting held Sunday afternoon and ovonlng by tlw Woodmen of the World, at wiifxih a class of several hundred was glv-- i the obligations of the lodgy, and an equal number advanced to the Morning and Noon degrees, was ono of the largest hold in the state of Kentucky and in fact was the largest fraternal meeting ever held outside of Louisville. The streets of O womsboro were thronged with Woodmen from all too surrounding districts of Wtatorn Kentucky. The parade, which form-e- n in front of .the Rudd house at 30 o'clock and passed through the prlnolpal streets of the city, was the beginning of the meeting. Dalegatos from sixty-folodges and two bands participated la the parade. The opening services worn hld at the Grand theater, whore State Man ager Brewer, of Loulgvlle, assisted by Mr. J. H. Funk, also of Louis ville acted as master of cjranonios. Hon. LaVega Clements, of Owensboro, delvlened the address. Mayor Head, of Louisville who iwas scheduled to have delivered the response, was unavoidably detained iu Louisville and Dr. Schley, ot Louisville, acte.d in that capacity. Master R. T. Guthrie, a very young lad,Aomused th Woodmonfoy redtiag-fw lines of poetry. Following tho address of Dr. Schley Miss Aballne Ellis, daughter of State Daputy Thomas L. Ellis delivered a toast to th9 Woodmen. The principal address delivered was that of Sovereign Root, of Omaha, Neb., who came to Kentucky to attend the meeting la which he reviewed the work of the lodge generally, showing Its groat progress. Before the close of tho meeting the Woodmen of the World carnps repr- sented agreed to pay fifty cents for a fund with which to purchase a tract of land In Iowa where a monument will be placde to tho memory of Sovereign Commander Root, and where a Woodmen Widows' home will be erected. The evening services consisted, entirely of the conferring of .tha dagreea. Because of tho special train on which the Louisville dalesratloji and band arrived having to return to Louisville early the Protective degree was not conferred, but the candidates were obligated by State Manager J. H. Brewer, of Loulsvilla The Morning degree was conferred by Consul Commander Alvoy Jacks and staff. The candidates .were then advanced to the Noon degree by H. A. Blrkhead, consul commander; R. E. Watklns, advisor,' L. P. Tanner, banker; James Wolr venerable fa ther and R. E. Ellis, escort. Souverelgn Commander J.. 0. Root who mapped out tho work ot the Noon degree, stated ihatVchls work was executed In tho best manner that he had ever seen it. ur to-d- ay played Friday evening bj&ween .the West Kentucky S.'mlrary baskoball high school team and the five. The corniest was a slow one, tho high school boys taking a walkover by ending the game 26 to 10. Both teams played only fair ball, but the .visitors wre in. more iwd of practlo) than the local". Following are the" two Umoups: W. K. S. M. Taylor and Shultz, torpvardj; Roid.r and Rogers, guards; J. C Taylor, center. O. H. S. Clark and P?dley forwards; Jake and Meiseuheinur, guards; Uhoads, center. o ARRESTED AFTER 4 . t- YEAftS FREEDOM nuuniu OF " r ww,fartwhli,i1i,iaiini 'mJ jf JttgCSMr B d. There are men who know definitely H. a UUUkUUV UL 4111. TVJVCT. lunl w.tia f..r1.. P KTh XVVJnsa'JVV JAJUSl XiXliXM f,& Lc-''present admtolartra' lvelt toward tho SflJUon Is, and tera are men, also who VT'vlkttow that the pressut attlutde, un- less cataclypamlc changes come, will 1 maintained In thb future The Prsldent Is unque3tlonally counting on Mr. Roosevolt's support, and ha his going to got it, and it wlllbe on active support. .but, not fuU, ly sympalh-atlcThis means simply that while ho will work for Mr. Taft's Hlectlon the Colonel would prefer that the work was to be dono for , . L SJF Here E. UNION 'e.ciu? Flying records do not Inst long these days, and It Is not likely that Arch Hoxsey's great feat of ascending to a height of 11,474 feet at Los Angeles on Dec.2G will long remain a world's record, Hoxsey went up when a wind was blowing at forty miles an hour, and several other nvlators refused to attempt a flight. He at once began climbing and was soon lost to sight. For more than an hour the spectators on the aviation Held saw nothing of the daring aviator. Then he again came Into vlewfand swooped down In great spirals until be landed noar where he bad started. He was so numb he could not move and could hardly speak. He said he had encountered frightful cold and ho feared that his carburetor would freeze. The record for height hus been broken several times during the present year, as the following figures bVinw Tmilu Pnnllinnc Jnn 12. T.oa AnirfileH. J 1411 ftnt! Wnltpr 'RrnnklnM. .Till ft), .Atlantic City, C,17fV feet; J. Armstrong Jvxel, Aug. 11, Lanark, Scotland. U,70U reet; urexei, wet. neimont pais, new xuris, (,xvo xeei; uuipn jouu stone, Oct. 25,Belmont park, 7,303 feet; Leon Morane Se'pt. 3, France, 8,472 feet; George Chavez, Sept. 10, France, 8,71)2 feeti Henri Wynnialen, Oct. 2, Mourmclon. France, 0,180 feet; Johnstone, Oct. 81, Belmont park, 9,714 feet; Drexel, Nov. 23, Philadelphia, 0.070 feet (record not allowed); M. G. Legagneux, Dec. 0, Pau, France, 10,400 feet; Hoxsey, Detv 20, Los Angeles, 11,474 feet. Man Accused of Obstructing Jus- tice Must Stand Trial, Court Holds. Richmond, Ky., Jan, 10. Through clever work of Depu( . alter F. B. Gilbert, formerly of Tazewell, Tenn., but lately of this city, the arrest of John M. Hntnbllng was effected hero of this afternoon on the charge nor .Ifl lnw rr n r1 .u.Up i" Tirtli .airt ,"l"UU,"(' A nflmn uv,..lu,uu, back four years, and occurring at Hambllng Clearfield, Tenn. has been employed as manager of Mrs. Ellen Gibson's dairy farm here moro than a year, where he has made a gcod record and never being suspected of belug a fugitive from justice. Hambllng batter known as Maynard at Tazewell, his home town, was ar rested at the fclnw of killing but broke along Jail Immediately afterward with twenty other prisoners and made his escape. Maynard acknowled es tlie killing, but says it was In self-defen- ConverAd Friday and SaturBus-ije- ss day and Transacted Much Interest-Take- n. 1 S sows never Jiaa maae cnarge 01 a willingness to temporize with reaction Other Pirognossive leaders with Col. Roosevelt .will support President' Taft for nenomlnatlon. The with which they will undertake the task of support can best be udg- od by what .they have said of the President within tlte last few years. With tho Progressive leaders, Roose- - .Vi.nfta And mill u ntr Ti . .. .u ', " la that the admlnlsrtation recently hf a shown progresslvie tendencies Hvhlch they hold It ought to 'have shown from the first Tlhe 'Progressives aro going to support the President and do what they can to olaot him and with nover a word, of tho past, but It would not be difficult to get from them on Od- - ,k Vi uuxL uiiiii. 4ai.7 (fast, ao iivv ohoa.j rgo'tten submltbed outline of the situa tion Jte truthfully drawn, for tho men whb haive mado it aro pnobably truth ful even Centalnly no one thus far has made any strong effort to con fer upon thm uioniberahilp la. bhe club wnose mono is meniaaciiy,' iao oui-lln- o Is glTOn with no attempt to reason b to the rights and the wrongs of the opinions of Mr. Taft's conduct In otfilce which the Progressive I Jad-od- a bold. They say that Mr. Taft als unquestionably will bj renominated for thie Prosldency, that fchoy oreiwr ty n, . PrA it aud that they think the ds much more of yHn- are any of th-- j - a Pro- at Damo-IKmo- prominently mention ed as candidates for the Preslden-tia- l nomination. If no disappointment had come to tb Progressive leadws following tar-M- f lelslUota and owteln in Its firat orm of course quwUon as to othfer recommemded thwje could be no (he loyalty whloli and tho rest would ootte to the support of the President JjR s&tf. omhp1ii. Roavlt. Cuki1b p ft (lltyjnrd I ct; aoatant, evoa or wfeat Irfwy wMh meaiorta) oak Mr. Taft's donjMoUott, bdoauw of tb seeming oertelttty timt "Mr, Kiiwiioxi, of Ohio in to b Uw nwt For ommIMmU of tiMopparition. 1h Htut it in, tow will Wing more sym- umI twaUt to tfae IVedeut'i ka liar-UMj.- A Pwgwaatv, KubMUMi about m. HHWk kw m Mia Wv Uave Ttor ly ttot if tka OUo Clowwr NkMM W. AUrioh. for timk- - imM. Mr. TMt wtoiy ul to now- auUm ar- - 'rcoeuU Friday and Saturday. Tho meet Ing was called to order by President S. L. Steveens, of Beaver Dam. In the absence of Secretary C. E. Smith Mr. F. L. Felix, assistant secrotiary attended to the secretary's duties. A committee on Resolutions was appointed, and while they were, deli- ADDS berating the meeting was addressed by Rev. Worth Wade. Rev. Wade's TO PENSION ROLL remarks were enjoyed, and toe urged ths members not to coase their work, but to koap everlastingly at It, and made some timely remarks con House Passes Sulloway Bill to Usu cernlng the locals that have drop- Pay all Civil War Veped into in'aotlWty Saturday mornlncr In resnonsa to terans. a call from tho delegates. President S. iL. Stevens made an exhaustive oral report of the nroceedlnes of Washington, Jan. 10. The House of th meeting of the National Union of Representatives passed the SulAnurican Society of Equity. After loway geuoral pension bill which the routine work of the convention grants pensions, ranging from. $12. to had been completed Saturday morniS a fonth to all soldier who serving the following officers were olect- - ed ninety days In the Unltijd States ei jar the ensuing year: army in tho Civil War or sixty days 9 h. Stevens, President; L. B In the Mexican War and .who have T (henor, Vice President; H. M. Pir- - reached tho age of sixty-tw- o years. tl ?, Secretary; T. F. Tanner, Assist-- The 'bill adds about $45,000,000 a year u Secretary; D. Ford, Treasurer, to the pension roll. 1 lu stock committee, composed of Thero.wero comparatively few mom- f mor members L. B, Tichenor, S. bars who 'were not anxious for an I Stevens and John M, Shultz, wero opportunity to pay tribute to tho old r elected. On Motion S, L. Stevens soldier. The fefwwho announced that op Rev. T. H. Balmaln were unont they were going to oppose ihhemoaau re 1 tfusly elected as delegatos-aWarg- o wero equally anxious for an opporH. TK Porter, B. W. Jackson and tunity to explain why thoy were doing B. Tichenor as delegates to tho so. Speaker Cannon himself took tho ihte Convention at Bowling .OrJen, floor at the close of tho deuati and w, In session. On motion a .vote made an earnest plea for the pas-- , t thanks was extended to Secretary sago of tho bill. The 1)111 was passel Assistant Secretary for their ed by 212 to 62. ' Opposition to the measure was exrk in the past. ?rof. T. H. Smith, of Hartford pressed by some members on tho 4lego, being called upon, respond-- i gruond that its terms w aro too geu&a spah, very oral. It provides for the pensioning ehtertalnlng tho dele-- of all Union soldiers regardless of dism along the line of the orgasd- - ability, the only requirement being n at tho conclusion of which that they shall have attained thiage meeting went Into executive ses- - slty-tw- o years. At the close of the session an The general scale of pensions fixrnmeot was takeu to a special ed In the new bill according to age years, 15 a lou of the County Union called Is aa follows: Sixty-tw- o years, ?30 a month the first Saturday in nxt March. month; sixty-fivseventy years $36 a month and iigo to Assist rroMcutioa. years $36 a month. wnsboro, Ky Jan. lOlrTbo It waa doclarod by the advocates uon agWK wonan u. uogera of the blU 100 veterans are dythe nuirdsr of J. Ut Laawell, ing every twoaty-fou- r hours. 1 ocourred at Ruasellv'llle onlat Whisky Crop for 1911. ay moralng, will b called for x&mliiing Mai before the ooun- Kentucky WhfekyeFop The 1910-1- 1 Judge o Wdady. Cowoa- - wlW amount to between 40,000,000 and i's AUonwr Ba D. R1ho of 45,We,000 galloon, a, big iuorea. over city h waa which lwa wmloyl by the tba output of 1041-1Hpkiyes of Mr. Lawll tonnatnt In 36,WQ,W gallons. Tltae crop of YM-- 0 h lfit nr Rs-mi- n was oBiy Xl,QW,m gallon, wkteh on tiM 3:M U MMl W. tralu IimIIoMm thai U wfetoky IxMiugiM I t afternoon. boowiac tirouaot Uw stoU. I pMlng of the .Oliio County f thj American Society of Equity ctinrd at the Court House Th, Union last $45,000,000 FISCAL COURT ADJOURNS AFTER DUSY SESSION Had Been in Session a Made Week-Ord- er Concerning Working of Roads. to-d- ay Journ-e- a ! e va tot 0. a4 1 The Ohio County Fiscal Court ad Tuesday after a week's. busy session. Some of the most Im All portant orders entered were; claims allowed at the January 1911 term be paid out of the levy of 1911 except as otherwise provided. and W. B. Taylor, J. H. Miles Thos. Sanders empowered to buy pull road one gasoline engine to graders for county. Poll tax fixed at $1,50 advalorem tax on each $100 worth of property, Fifteen per to be used as follows: County offices; road and oent bridges,. 60 per cent, for payment of county dabts and interest, 20 per cent for general expenses, 15 p?r Evidence of Springtime. cent, for salaries of offIcersN as folSunday morning .there wero som lows, for year 1911. evidences thntihe spring time was no County Judge R. It. Welding. $350; fl far la the distance the birds wero County Attorney C. E. Smith, $850: heard chllplng their utterances of S. J. Wed County Health Officer Dr. nany re !chee.r AU about txin ding. $125; County Physician Dr. A. tnese messengere ot W. marked that It B. Riley, $125; Road Supervisor the warmjr season were to be acceptB. Taylor, $300; School Superintened one might begin to get ready to dent Henry Leach, $1,000; County plcw and to plant Tho temperature Treasurer Jno. T. Moore, $200. went away up until an overcoat was Tho following order was made In really not In demand la order to regardUo working roads. enjoy comfort. Tho- - favorable change Road Supervisor W. B. Taylor di- In weather conditions caused many rected to employ responsible panties to be out during the aft3Wioon walkto pull road grader in Ohio county, ing, as It was fully worm enough for during the year 1911, by tho hour, persona to enjoy such recreation. not ewsedlng 10 hours per day. were misThaV,the said Supervisor shall ap- After all, the Uttle birds is sure, to be some real operator iu each district,. taken as there point winter weaker vwcountored before tho w4io 1mU, subject to authority of winter Is declared oft. Supervisor oversee and superintend the grading or working of saUl road For Sale. Said operator, to receive a cwupjnsa-Mo- n r One nice residence, heated with per. 'hour, wWIe actu22 of ally eagagad. Said operator shall air furoaoe, wWh, about 19 or 20 acres oivpeiat an as(ataat operator to be ot ground, moro or less, part ot it In lWv--l by 'the Road Supervisor W, bat atato ot Cultivation, all ktuds of situB. Taylor wbaee duty shall be to trutt, all necessary see after bridges, .warn hands collect ated oa tho I. 0, It. R., between BeavaU parties wbo do not er Daw, aad McHeary, at a groat bar-gal- u. the $1.36 AddrcsM T. JAHN, desire to woric or rpads and tie. Bttver Duu, Ky, la Instructed not to 35ti oimtor When asked why he broke jail ho said he could not bvar to be aloiu as every other prisoner walked out through the side of the Jail by knocking off a plank. He said he was the last one to leave, and also the last one arrested. His father Is worth $50,000 and Is said to have written several lettera re questing .the eon to return and surrender. Maynard is thirty yoara of age and married. of A letter bearing signatures many prominent citizens here Is being prepared to be sent to officers at Tazewell relative to tho good conduct of Maynard while living here. A $200 reward wa3 offered for" his arrest. Three Miners Badly ,Burned. Madison ville, Ky Jan. 10. Thomas Wanless, owner of x the Wanlean coal mines at Provldonce, and two miners wero in tho mines late yesterday oftornooa wtoen a loud explosion occurred. The men working above, ground saw Immense volumes ot black smoko Issuing from the mines, and as soon. 03 they were able to get In which 'was in about half an hour, found the owner and the mlnara " terylbly hurned. Then man when founld wore unable to speak, Wanleese Is 'in n critical condition but it lie though if he did not Inhale too much ot the fumes he will llvo.N Tho other two tnon will recover; The mine Is a mass ot debris. It is a slope colliery aud twenty nito. ware employed. Ay'kon tho mlno.wlll open is net known. WanWss is a. young uijRH. Ills clothes wero burn od off aud aU flesh burned over his eutlre bWy. rn l-- gs fet at rYni v-- Tfrff-Tr- raHM - r JTKJ-- Sr 1 VITAL STATISTICS 'U fuw of cnwwn, onnhM teaopoonful of salt ana tehib ef a totmpooitteA of pepper a few "grata of oaJMnne, a vwkI Mid yolk fw dp6 Ot Maa-Jule- e Into Jtftd pnilfl. It was aea that BANKER KNIES AflEI a great aavlBg n tkn way pt f rMght L I and labor oeW W lwJ iby astab'Wi-- , tag a MarwfcwtHrtng at OnwW CALL HIM MIR The faetory te xptcd to be taming t Mm pwdttc is jtha counw of Joseph Kobiflfin New York,Sfiurns a taw months. J ii 1 ii t - . a( wM up aVfouMMDS Births and Deaths Being ' Recorded in Kentucky. 'Ho Interments of Bodies Allowed Unless Official Permit is M j ili k l couple who of tho gray-hade- d say they are bis watvints.,fA3inoycd Ul at cafrj, by turns smiling &nd scow Bawling Green, K., Jan. G.WIUi ling he absolutely refused ( havo y:ar Llio Bu beginning of tha the anything to do 'with tham.DT Krven reau ot Vital Statistics law went Into admit that Ms parents were in this to off oct, and Cor the first time In the country. In his denials ibis sister, hlBtory of fclve State thoro will Jjj reDr. Loultvo Robktovltch, who has been gistered under provision of the law constantly beside him, took Wioeamo the births and deaths of human be HI firm stand. Death from Sting of Polionoui Files. ings. Three persons died yesterday at No more dramatic confronkn.n,t Is The State Registrar, Dr. W. L remembered by the oldest rcmineT of Marseilles after having been stung by and a largo off leu force tho District Attorney's office. Rob- poisonous flies. Several streets are been engaged for six weeks In namInfested by the Insects, which are ins' antacodents have been em cloudy said to have been brought to Maring (local registrars, at an average disas his sudden rlsd from poyorty to seilles in a cargo of South American tance of fivo mlloa over tho antiro wealth and power was dazzllsri-gand wool. Echo de Paris. . over fifteen hundred State, and . Parson's Poem a Gom. more From Rev. H. Stuboavioll, Allieon, tho District Attorney desired such appointee are carrying out the twelvo thousand lockages of mall and la., In praise of Dr. King's New Life details of what people has sprang Three Boys Burned to Death. from. express have boon sent out from this Pills. Glasgow, Ky., Jan. 7. A terriblo Ira Brooklyn a newspaper reporter "They're such a health iiaoeesity, office within the last ton days. found a ihumble eld couplcnamed tragody occurred at the home of Mr. Tho first baby porhaps without nuos In every homo these pills should be. Roblnovltch .who thought Robin might Bobby Bowles of near "Wisdom, Montion, to ibe born in Kentucky, and If other kinds you've tried in vain, be their son." DitectlV'd3 brought day of last week, when his house USE DR. KING'S who will be tins first one registered under the Vital Statistics law, llws And be "well again. Only 25c at all thorn to the Criminal Courts building was burned, destroying all its content " quoaMonod thcmi aibout tliolr and worst vcf all, burning up his three In Bowling Green and was barni ton druggists. m family history and then arranged to little boys. Mrs. Bowles had gon-- to minutes after tho advent of tihe new ' tho ihous3 of a neighbor about a havto them moat Robin. Marrfed at Livermore. A jxr. "No," said he: "I don't .want to quantor of a mile away and was gone Hundreds of letters havie bo n tJ-Llvflrmorw. Kv.. .I.in IS Th tn.iV sea tham and nubody can make me. naar an hour and a half, leaving her reived by the Stato Registrar from rlage or Mlsa Delilah Jarvls, of threo Jlttlo boys, agvxi from one to Ioeple over the Stato (which show the and Mr. J. O. Crow, of Hat- - Tiiey'm nathlng to me." So it was nowrsofy to lead him to four and a half years old, locked up jiopular interest and general approval ford took plac-- oa Lisv WeduastJayat the District Attoraoy's office, with ' In the house. How the fiw orlgl- of tho law, and many requests havo Livennorr). ' A asaurancea that ho neod only answor natud mill navtr be known, hut wiion been fllod with the bureau that theJ Mrs. Crow belongs to onj of tlie births and deaths of the present gen boat known famllLs In McLean coun a fow qu,33tions. Oce there, Mr. and discovered the roof was falling in oration may bo registered (that a ier ty, and lias many triads in" pwons-bor- o. Mru. Herman Roblnovltchwerojbrought and 'of course all .hopes werogone. A manent roqord might bo kept Of these guest of Mrs. into the room. The woman .had the few charrped remains of the three Ht,-tl-e Sho was the ' fellows all In a heap, were all that .events. I Silas Brashear last summer. Mr. Crow, quicker eyes. "My (San! My son!" she criod, half was left of tlie little human beings. Tho legal profession especially Is Is a prominent farmjr of ' in Yiddish, half In English; "this Is It was one of the meet shocking ac- -. highly pleased that for tho first time Ohio county. my son," and made as If to ombraca cidents which ever happened In this they will be enabled to sgcutvs jiobI-tlv- e ' him. Robin smiled and turned his part of the state. proof of tho ages and deaths of Mayor Conducts Raid. " ! r shoulder. Individuals and which will facilitate 6 In a raid "Ask Mm if he is not my son" fiw solving of the many legal The Hartford Republican's which have to do with tho cor-xe- head"d by Mayor Lamhexii ou the she protested to tto District -- Attorpool room of Sam, Rogjra toniguit shcrt niy, It was then that Robin Btariied record of births and dya'ths. B ly aftar' 10 o'clock .Uio police arrest tho room with his abrupt question. stiles the values of those records BARGAIN ed J, C. Slack, SrotbJ3r of former The woman who says nMoh relate to decent, settlements of she is his City Atf3niHy R. V. Slack, Sam mother, shrank as if. she had boen ttate3, the determination of ago in H. E. Druary and William Mln-et- struck, and aciding public, affilce, liability und broke out In lamentations. for gaming. The four men wore Ho.-- husband, who3 sight is not of child labor laws, voting jury land miplaced in the city lockup and will be the beat, and who understands no Eng litary, service, and Irresponsibility for arraigned , before Judg Hasklns ,to- - llsh, had boon nusrlng anxiously at Only One Day Jan. 30. Tliie Robin d.urlng this dialogue. An loW-protr- jr certificates of death wflilch morrow morning. " The raid was one of the most suc;stavO whether or not tho disease that tiranalated Robin's answer- - Tho iuusid' djatli was Infections, conta- cessful ovdr made in Owensboro,and old man took a step closer looked AVo are pleased to announce our gious or communicable, will unablo th not a man oscaped from the 'gam-tab- him narrowly bdSwevin ,tho eyas and and a largs number of poker affirmed .positively; 'state Board of Health to amt their "This Is jmy eon. fourth Annual Bargain Subscription Day offer. Ono day each year for flngiera with certainty upon the dls- -' chips was found. The Mayor was as- I know him " pollcem-aa,who worked Again Rohln denied that his parents tho past four years, we have arrang'eased spot of tho State and onfoxco sists hy nine were lathis country and at this fnash ed with tho Louisville Herald to set such regulations that will chlack tlio under his directions. "Mayba tlwy'll think- - niov ibhatl'm denial the husband joined ticoCis of the citizens of the needless wltluthe aside ono day and to make spoclal going to carry out thg ondsralhat wife In upraised Commonwealth. hands and moans of price, whereby we could offer The I issue," said the Mayer as he walk grief that could be hoard clearly Hartford Republican and their paper Under itlie law the physicians are ed dawn the street with hflsr hamd through the outer corridors. for less than the reular nrlce of their required to roiioit to the local regon the collar of one of thu accused papor. istrar within ten days Wio mamo of Hundreds' of our readers take a tho cihUd and its parents, ar.ul tiio nm. The Mayor says lro laands in dally papor as well as ours In.flrdpr date of its blnth. Thay are required soe that all of the gambling plaoas FOR FLETCHER'S to keep fujly abreast of tlie newsST to Issue a certificate of death which aw closvd, and closjd quick. I the world, those who do not should state the name of the. deceased, the do BO. , Henry S. Metcalf Dead. age, tho cause and the "date of duafjli. There is no better dally paper, at Tlie Mulhenberg Argus, of Central Cedar Fence Rails Worth More UndertaK-erare required to socuro a any price, to bo had in the Sbato of qeamptato certificate of dathand pre- City, has tha following concdrnlag Than Mountain Farms They Kontucky, than The Louisville Dally sent tho sanuo to tha local rlatrar, Mr. Hnry S. Metcalf, who woj well Inclose. Herald. It is under a now manair,Tr known In tills city. ho will" lssuo a bunlal or romoval pw Somerset, Ky., Jan. . Fence rails and. as good as it hns always boon; mlt. Intormunts without tbls partmlt Henry S. Mobcalf, asyed 70 years, balng worth more than tho farms thoy It Is batter to-dan8Wflned tlie call of the Grim than ever. become HWgaJ. ' Sf on Thursday, It is a clean, family shoet. allow29tii. He had Incleso ha3 become an acknowledged boen Blck only a fuw weeks and hla fj,atiathi9'Burns!de s:tionof Pulaski ing no obJeoKonabie advertising of Escaped With His Life. rT.wenty-on- o daaith, due to Iwart trouble, county, slnco It has bkjon discovered any kind to bs published. years ago I faced an sudd-edeath," wrtlce, H, B. Martin, cast a glooniover the coinmun!ity. In- that the quality of cedar growing awful It has tho finest local news service rt HarnolPson, S. C. "Dootors Bald terment was in Falrmount cometory, there Is the best adaptad to the of any daily paper in the State. 'i had consumption and tho dreadful on Friday, jweAJnco ot ajiongj manufacture of load iwnolls anid largo It hus Associated Proas Holographic poughlJiad looked like it sure enough gajaierln. Mr. Metcalf was orw of th quantl3s Oif cedar timber havo chang nqws of the world; it has amusing hands. pictures from Its own cartoonist ovory i .tried uvarythliig, I could hear of, beat Icnown men in this part ot thi edThis is probably tlie only section day, splendid half-toJorniy cough and was under the treat- state, having for many years repre pictures show ment of the bjst doctor in Geango-tow- sented tho Louisville Tobacco Ware- In Kentucky where this character of ing local and world events, and a S. C, for a year, but could house Co. He was u gallant and cedar Is found. High prices are pair fearless, Independent editorial iJag", got no relief. A frluud advised ma brane soldier dn tiw civil war, hav-1u- g for dt In some sections tho small always fair and InfcenesUng oven to to try Dr. King's Njw Discovery. 1 served with ihoaor undw'" 0jn. farmer with a little 'mountain farm those who differ politically with the tild fco, nnd was complaitoly ounod. 1 John Morgan. Mr. Metcalf left a Rihilch Is ifencod with cedar rails, ,hlas editorial opinions, (Mscovvirpd that his fences nro worth 6 children. A mom exidow and eel that I owe my Wfe to thlagivsvt Tho regular price bf tha Dally throat and lung euro." Its iHJsltlyer tended uotloa of this notobla old several times tho value of thio farm Herald is $3.00 a year by mall, and aaul .tliat h3 can realize a email for- the ly guarawtood for cougns, ,colds, ami citizen wl(l apjioar in a u,buty reular prico of our paper Is $1.00 as mono data can bo se- tune tram the sale of his cadar rails to a year by mail. By a special arrangeironoliilal affections. 50c & $1.00. all tha buyers for tha pencil factanSja! cured. ment we are able to make tho woniTrfal bottle froo at all druggists, m Thto had heai lnstandid in many derful offer of $ J 00 Reward $100. casaa Juat across th3 State Has, Dainty Winter Receipes. Tho readers' of this .paper will be Tho Louisville Daily mllea south of here, in BOTH FOR Cnxjuottes Cook plcasad to learu tliat f there is at least On3 man sold Ills mountain neraia, ueguiar Frice cupfuls of cannoJ toiuaitoos iwlth ono dreaded disease throe that aciunce has farm for $l,50u and tlie purchaser in $3.00 a year . . . a wnall onion stucjc vjtli two clowua, been ablo to euro in all its ntagw, f turn sold tho cedar rails from tho The Hartford Republican, slloos of canrot tprlg of iarwUy, and that is Catarrh. HaU'a Regular price vcutarrh Ceud for $5,00p. Other instancataof $1.00. Total $4.00.. vao sprig of thymu, ono third of n Cupo is tho anly"poHltlvo cune now a almJJar kind have beon 'related, taospconful of ucda for thirty mlnu known to If subscription is received nt our the medical fratonnlty. CatTho organization of a corporwtton tlwn Ivanovo son-lrsand rubarrh Kollur n mnslMhlMni, WMV.WVH.. MMl.,?, for tho manufacturing ... . of Joadvpwi-- i offioe not later than January 30, r I l t..A..l. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taioen. iwter- - cus ua odHi completed, and tho ac- - 1911. 'Positively no subecrlntlon will iwint add ono half cupful of rico and nally, acting directly upon at loss than tlio regular tho blood bualCTork ot coDatruo'ion of "ilia "e acoatX) staani until rlc. is eaf. Remove flroui rami mucous surfaces ot tho syatam, factory cut Burnslde, thk, county has pricalfjieceiMed in envelope postmarkrange, ndd one s'ightly beaten, thenoby destroying tho foundation of " oe.3n suitoju, ana now under way. ed later than January 30th. end ao third of a cupful of grated choso tho dlsea9, and giving tine paitlunt It will b3 completed by gptdng whM u. ., or express money order, bank aixd a fow giultw of cayenne. Qaol, strength by draft or ourrarwy in Jvslatwncd itjfor, building up Uio contltu-tlo- u the jw entvjnprtoa will ha ojwiea. ,uUmQ, dip in orumbs ejg awJ crumbs SubscripUoiw for either ipar may and assisting ctatune la doing Far aome tlati Buruialde luu bm imln and fry in d.p fat nnd drain. Its work. Tho propriotort liavo so be now or nsaAjwaU, and will date neatuiuartera, for eapitalteto T s WiU and I'aro much faih la its cunativo iwors for tlw buylrg oA ojdar for load pen- on yar from January 30, 1911 or one od!um-Izefwtr DOtatow, drop at that they ffr Ono HuwJred Dollars cil iMiriw-j- . ,ThU pednt vmi Aept-- ai Wr from .Ui date at which pwaent to iirevtint fttoa late, ooid for any caso that H Wb to etwv, hwrti)tloj aspire. (Send all or-doa account of the oharacter W jajtd, fcoak one hour; dtulu, Send for list ,of tUHi0Bla4tfv Addrais (Ur adaiitod not Jator than January 30, 1911 ta thta pumtoaa pta mtk ita salted water until to Tiw F. J. CIUCNKy,& CO., Toledo, O. fowd ahH puk-berJathe bluffs of tho d and force ix tutors 4mit., aal 'iiu Sold by all qrasjgtets, 7Cc. river for hwhj- - nkllea abov HARTFORD Iktmrnk u."nti arkyn: Tb-rshould REPUBLICAN, lako Hall'd Kujally pills tor eoasU-paUoa- . aod bilow, TUi otrttnit Itaa ly (wo ami Mn. ' AM throj tahlcspooa m b ahlpiMl liUt awl tuaufccturl Ky. to-da- y n-jb-- 3 cup-fuIM . to-da- y , to-d- ay yo-un-g Issued. mixture and roll batwetn th-- hands la tho form of a smooth ball; then roH lightly on, a board until of the dartred length and flatten onda.cane being taken not iIjavo itlw Improealon ot tho flagons. IloH la orumbs, then in am nd then in crumbs again fry one minute in deopfat nnd drain on . brown paper. s brain ono can ot saknon and pour over hot watur to nomovo as much of tho oil as possible, tlvm dry on a piece of cheesecloth; separate Into flatees'. Thins should one and threo fourths Add ono cupful ot thick whit3 fcaucs, using thneo tablosiJoonfuls of butter, on third of a cupful of tlour and one cupful of milk. Season with ono and ocie half tmspooafuls of losnon-julcthroe fourths of a tea- apoonful of salt and a ISaw grains of cayenne-Shapo and fry tho aamo as Homa other croquettes. V0mau'B Journal. Sahnon-Croquoto- te, tt)tPohlri iblwjeftil IMca. of Hift Ip Him M fm. jUEifri 1 us , Jewish Woman Who Claims as Her Jan. 5. Boy.1 New York, "What's tho mat tor with you, anyway ? What do you think you're trying to do? asked Joseph G. Robbln, the fallon banker, The number of paopl kHed yearly by wild beasts don't approach tho vast number killed by disease germs, No llfo is safe from their attacks. They're in ari, water, dust, even food. But grand protootton k afford od by Electric Bitters, which destroy and cxpoll thaso deadly dektaso gAims tronl the syatom. Thtets why chHls, fever and ague, all malamlaJ and many bUood dlaaascs yield promptly to this wonderful blood purifier. Try thni, and enjoy tho glorious health and now strength they'lll give you. Mon ey back. If not satisfied. Only GOc m at all druggists. Kill More than Wild Beasts. fPDTIVT VniTD' Imvmmbhmmhhhm .h.. .f.. - ,,,.. . -. ,- ' 1L K CARDS I ENVELOPES -, NOTE HEADS ' '' -- ' ' POST CARDS BLOTTERS BILLHEADS LETTER MEADS 1 :-$- V. Jf . , " - STATEMEIT HEADS CIRCULA BOOKLET m '-- I ' " ."'PROGRAMS ''' SHIPPING ' - v - TAGS LABELS " . jt ) T rSTOC'K FORMS - ORDER BLlNKS MORTGAGElELANKS B ,", ' - I CATALOGUES c r DEED BLANKS !" W Superior luality", Prices Reasonable. 1 n' Let Us SuSnit Estimate on Your Next Work. All Work Guaranteed. ( dlfti-culti- es THE HAfflFORD REPUBLICAN lphonoNo,22 ( ct ! B, te Subscription- Offer! Hertford, Ky. "W le si,ii,f4' . SEND TOUR BOY &,,,8' TO Matflny & Batts5 Children Cry -- CAS TO R A t Vandeif It Training ichool ELKT01 R-jaj- ay KENTUCKY. e Dec-.-mb- fl ln-tb- 3 A limited Ifelect school. Cob-legtrained fcachers. Students from more tHm t.hirtv ' towns in - ne n, ov-or- ai to Ten-niewii- to f. t- -l m,. tg Moral Siir- 4f rrtundings excilent. No saloons. Extremely heajhful location. $3,- 000 spent on Improvements this I t summer. We take boyi from 12 years ol . i age up. .W j If you want &our boy carefully r trained send hih to us, and send hini while he w jToung. The ninetelith year of the T school onens fife it. 7r . s iMi Crated Catalogue. Write lor Hot and Cold Bath s Kentucky andjfrom six Southern states. Equipment valued at $40,- 000. Electri(fLights,Steam Heat, If 4 ? t , I -- . w j- " T ' vr Addraae Aifomraunications.to d ;Wta. MATHEI M &' BATTS, a Hrford, &$$1 - s -- . M C4NNSN SOLE HEIR IN 4- tJtPTISTS MUMMING WILL havo taken $2,500,001 latabay Lawyers Say a Woman ' Unkaowa to Speaker Left Him Fortune. WL3 Ijtfty W on; ' Pill, th Baptist Sun-j- r a nice ualcTtaln-rnju- t Ian Sunday night conajyang of Supervisor of the Sunday Schwls aos8 and rositaions. It was greatly ORjOKd by oyryone. Chosen by State Board . jk of FOR AGGRESSIVE WORK MrAlta Mw Matitfe KHyken)il of Point Pteieant Ky., spent he helliaj iwlth McMillan. Tfce Scholars of chcol jravo us www At 11. H. Bavin fi J Missions. cisiab-ltshmont ,WahlagtOH, D. C, Ja-n- , 7, Speak- Take . ' x er OafliKm 1 King, Klin? rcocivod a Utter from ft Co., bankera of Uom-- hhniJitaworntwi ottnt of th'8lr, having been warned by iier phyatctoM that sho bad lew titan six months to live, had deposited Titri thorn hur will, for execution up-odtHUi, dn which "Joseph Q. Cannon of Danville, 111," was inado solo liolr to an tate valued at apiroxlnia-tl- y ai 1i Anti-Pai- n Lr. Pill, Tahe What Pill ? Why, a Dr. Miles' $2,500,000. "V ii I J -- V c, f.T Undo Joo did not faint from Uio Lumbago, Locomotor Ataxla cskook nor dots be intend to upend any Backache, Stomachache, Periodof iho money in advance Indeed, ho ical Pains of women, and for aeome to view the proposition with pain in any part of the body. eorao skepticism although there socnis "1 have used Dr. Miles' medicines for bo no particular rai&on wjiy any-- , to over 12 years and find them excellent. I keep Dr. Miles' Pills In the ono in Bombay should endeavor to house all the time and would not think perpetrate a Joko upon of 'taking a journey without them, no tlio aags of Danville. matter how short a distance I am coinc. Tho legacy, according to tho letter hi cannot praise them enough." ftca T rttf t rtittBfiitt at notification, doesn't drop ora Uncle 63 Hich St, Penacook, N. H. Joo out of the clear eky without At all druggists. 25 doses 25c. rhyme or reason. It Is fexplalned MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind. that many years ago Mr. Cannon, then a hardworking member of tho rank and file of House of Representatives, did n favor or, as the latter "oppresses it a great deed of kindnes," for yourself. Pay as you go, and do pera man, then poor and struggling, from suade your husband to give you a dewhom he could have xpected nonrefinite housekeeping allowance from turn. tho besinlng of your housekeeping. That man went to India, worked Don't be afraid of tho maid. Thoushand, made fortunate. Investments, and ands of us, aro in awe of this person accumulated a great estate. Upon his age and sho has unfortunately discovdeath he left his entire estate Ito King, ered it and behaves accordingly." King & Co.'s client for life with the Seven Sentence Sermons. stipulation that upon hf r death it was to revert to Mr. Cannon. The eaddest failures in life are The present possessor of the fortune tliose that come flrom not putting tho letter explains, has suffered from forth the power and will to succeed. an incurable disease for years and was Bishop Whipple. recently 'told by her physicians that Ah, but a man's reach should ex-- . ber case was hopeless, and that she ceed hia grasp, chu)d not live longer than six moni'hs Or what's a Heaven for? Browning. at the outside. Consequently It js explained she Immediately made her will For "everything you havo missed, and deposited it with King, King & you have galnedjiBamcthing else; and . Co., in Bombay, where she. Is at pres- - for everytbing7cu gain, you losj something. Emerson. &Steps will bo taken Jmnwifately to The world Is hold jback from true ascertain whether or tot the projftx-ssnot so much by tho .badndes munlcatlon Is genuine and the facts of bad men, as by tho obstinacy of concerning the'fonSunie as stated, in good men who hawe stopped growtho meantime, Speaker Cannon is ing. Anon. cudgling his brains trying to think Mnny of our troubles 'are God's ofnMsome ' one '" among tho.varlous pel-.- .. if nn tnn. TlllrtTM ha TllKS HrT!!. fdVAC dragging us.and They 'would stop if during his many years of puiblic life we would, stand on your fnxrt. and go who might have been llablo to reclpro whither he "would have us. Booohor. cate toy making him heir to an 'ImBe at war with your vices, at peace mense fortune. with jour neighbors, nnd let every year find you a better man. FrankCheap Clubbing Rates. lin. We havo made an arrangement witl Hope.Ghild! Tomorrow hope, and then the publishers of the Inland Farmer again tomorrow, of Louisville, whereby we are enabled And then tomorrow! Trust In a fu to furnish The .Hartford Republican Ituro day, and that paper one year for $1.50. Hope, and each morn ithe skits new The Inland Fanner is a weekly Jour'light from dawn shall .borrow; nal and one of the best farm papers As God is there ito bless let us be published in the United States. Our there to pray. Victor Hugo. readers should take advantage of tf this offer. L. T. L. Party. Anti-Pain long-dlstan- co , w T.- of course. Good for all kinds of pain. Used to relieve Neuralgia, Headache, Nervousness, Rheumatism, Sciatica, Kidney Pains, Louisville, Ky., Jan. 5. Tho of Sunday echqols la sec tions of Kentucky whoro ncno now cxUts, tlio grading of clas;.3 In the Echools, and tlio orgatii7atkm of tcaclw-trainin- g classes will engage tho attention of tho newly elected r,f Sunday Schools, employment of whoso constituted ono of tho meat lntercQt-l-n fcoturvB of, tha meetiiiB of tlio Baptist State Board of Missions hold Tniewlay tiftcrnotm. Louis Etzmlnger, of Lakeland, Fla., lias been engaged by tho Board to undertake tills now work, In ondcr that tho Baptist Sunday Schools of Kentucky may bo brought to tho hlgh.t stato of ufflciwncy land rank Econd to none In tlw county. Mr. who as a layman, has long been ongagd in Sunday School work, Is practically thoroughly experienced and comes to Loutevllle nnd will shortly tako up his residence in the ' city. v Through a decision reaojied yesterday tli a Board of 'MIsjM&in future will meet but five UiyaVjiir,'' Instead of oncoamontSfasfhgtofore. Thlnty-fou- r. members ljiinpjjn. difte, conBti- -. ferent soctlons of tho tute tho board, and It Is belltMid that tho new arrangement (w!ll,ibo more satisfactory. As und-rthprevious arrangement the railroad fares of out of town membrs will be paid. In the interim botween tha meetings the work of tho board will bo under the direction of an Executive Committee of seven. The committee is composed as follows: J. D. Coleman, Rev. William Warren Landrum, ftw. Henry Alfred Porter, Ruv. J. F. Griffith, of Louisville; Rev. C. M. Thompson, of HopMnsviUe; Rev. J. A. Booth of Taylorville, and Rev. J. W. Pontvr, of Lexington. The next meeting of tho Board will be held at ten o'clock, Tuesday morning, March 7, at the Crescent Hill Baptist Church, Jth3 members of the church having extended a special invitation to the Board to meet (with them. The Crescent Hill Baptist Church has Just beien completed, and the Sbato Board of Missions contributed liberally toward tho building fund. The Rev, ft. W, Powell .will, deliver the dedicator- - sermon on January 15. The State Board has decided to assist two churches each week during 1911 and approprlators to five or six Rechurohes were made ports from the various states showed that for the past two months tho Baptist Churches of KenUJehy have been second only to those of Georgia in the amount contributed to foreign anis slons. For the six months proceeding that period Kentucky led all other States. awp-'rviior thoan-nouncvtnw- nt er o any, winter Is n season of Xho fr08bMt (oca and ftagu-s- , s, chapped hnnda nnd lliw, coldsores, red ar.d rough skins prove this. But jsuch troubU6 fly bv fo9Bucklon,fl Air.ica Salvj. A trial boaVlticos Greatest healer of Burns, Boite Pilite, Cut, Sorw.lBruiivss, Eczema and Sprains. Only 2Ec at all ' druggs m 11 To Ends Winter's Troubles. trouDt. cUH-bkln- a Tlio Kind You Havo Always Bought, and which hns been In use for' over. 30 years, has hofrio tho slrjnnturo of and has foecftmado tmder Ills pcr- sonal supervision since Jts infancy. ?-- &, 4ZcctfK Allow no ono to deceive you in tltls. ' uro but All Counterfeits, Imitations antl''tIu8t-ns-good- " Experiments tii.it' trlllo with and endanger tho health of Ini'suits and Children Cxpcrlcnco against Exiieriinent. ' AFRAIDoF'rViobNLlGHT. Whctf. 5s CASTORIA Cactorla is ft harmless substlttito for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing' Syrtips. It Is PleaBant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic milmtniicc. Its ago Is its guarantee It destroys "Worms and allays Fcvcrishncss. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Coustipaton nnd Flatulency. It assimilates tho Food, regulates tho Btomnch nnd Dowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Tho Children's Panacea Tlio Mother's Friend. The Reason Porto Rlcans Carry Umbrellas at Night. "Tlii1 majority of Porto Means have instilliil In them fioiu oarlicft infancy n suiK rtltlous drend of the full moou's my," xiild a business man who has Juiit lcturned from that country. "It Is a curious Mllit to the American visiter to note men' and women going nlohp flic streets and highways of the island with umbrellas raked over their heads In "tlio lone watches of the night, nnd tlio more brilliantly the moon is shining the greater w be the number of people who are 'thus protecting themselves from her beams. Out in the sequestered mral districts a, gay t, mounted cavalier will be met at his bridle rein in one hand and nn upraised umbrella in the other. It looks weird and also ridiculous, but the natives do It for a peculiar reason. They are possessed of the conviction that Luna's full light striking upon fTlnrtnlv 1c nlmnut- cmrn in TnnL'r. ifiovn Trfentnlly unsotind-tb- nt is to say, lu- nntlCN nnd that is whj thej interpose a shield between them and her dazzling mid-uigh- GENUINE CASTOREA Scars the Signature of ALWAYS (&&& Mu&WU The KM You Have Always Bought In Use For Over THE CINTAUfl COMPANY, TT MUHMV1 TRtCT, NCW VOHH CrTT.V 30 Years. brighttieNS. "To sleep where the moon could shine full jipoti one is, in the view of m Porto Mean," to tempt fate, and it would be a daring one who could be hired lo do it for any consideration." Baltimore American. STRENUOUS A Long Day In LIVING. the Life of an English Lady In 1791. held ,As for industrious Idleness, which is t Mrs. Sangster's "Dont's For Young Wives. "Don't tako other people into your confidence if your John offends you,'.' says Margaret E. Sangstor In Wom-au'- jj : January. Homo Companion for "Neither your mother, jour aunt, collego chum, your dearest girl friend nor tho ngromble stranger whom you met tho other day should be the recipient of your grievances, If you have thiera. Your homo sliould by a saaotuary tavJolato from profanation, and remember that it is profaiiT ed when jou complalivito sonieone elso of John's'ill temper, his neglect or hia parsimony. 1 know this is ft very difficult don't but ttie instant a wife permits hers3lf to complain of hsr husband to peoplo' beyond her door, she breaks down a barrier ond makes a' way for every sort of Iroublo to entier the field of home. ''Don't be so meek and spiritless that you suffer in silence while you epoil your husband by Kiting Mm drift into the role of a domestic Mrs. Henry De la Pasture in her Tyrant," shows the "The bov1. oeHpeo of gaiety and the crucifixion of family love which foHow In the moke when a husband is overbearing aad a wife over-gntl- c. "Whatever you do, don't nag or Bulk. A wJfa who goes about with tlwj air of a martyr wlnt9--killbapiOiMeg. Don't be inconsolable wbwi yew IhwInukI Arrl late at ti)o of- ;. ftoaaad Immm Uw'lWiuiw waiting. KSaott obfeat to hie bringing home ."gtwate unaniwunai'ii. if tlwy arrive w4Ui him unxpctdly tte:t mtoMgke for tha boww er th mmI ot the kUAvm or anything J?. Pjjt on ex-- 1 4 teH )Wa asd wpa nm, m Uem ' ot luak. "Dm't hwe Wlte M yew mm M ay-you- r de-ap- ot. a hr Dree Mr. Edltur: J ' havn't writ J'ou lately, but I'm still .in top, and this snow and freezo makes mo feel gooder'n I can tell jie. When the coastin Js fine, nnd girl on on bohlne, t jcu've Pot jou, I wouldn't chane places .with the Pjiesidont. But I ' want to tell J'ou about the L. T. I There are 20 'of us; we don't move jthe Avorld folks what we're doln.' but Just wait till we're grown. Thoolgarotte boj? with his little thin yaller face and his know-pothl- n head mill go"wa back and sit down," and the feller thabtnkes his swig at the bottle, well I pity him when wo L. T. Lers are grown. All tho big corporasbums havo shut down on tho drinker and tho cltianetJti smoker, so boys HMo us IJl got tho Jobs. Did ye hear about oujf iarty last week? Wo ihavo a fine big party every year. Richard Gentry, one of our members, Bald we could hev it at his house, an so w it durin tho hollerdays. Hacli wun laAiited a partner, and wo wore our clothes, and as wo'd promtet our leeder we'd be Pwrl4to and not 00 noizy, wo put on our Sunday manners ttoo. My! those ytwnes, muscle choirs, winks, Quaker mootin,' afluT tho catln', whoopee! I'm llvin over H, ylt, fruit salid, cake Wrily and popcorn. Mrs. Gentry, Mfie. Graham and Mrs. Haokleman did wjtfylhing- - to mako It ploaant. We m tttaskwl Mrs. Gentry fcr letting vm, by our party with hr, and wt ) wti'ivi going to Uavu anuthur mm, o goodby, Yours truly frond, , BILLY RIDDLES. tel-lln- hl Sunday-BO-to-meoti- n' nUI Pretty Poor Portrait. A Chinaman of ery high rank had Ills portrait painted, and. when It was CHICAGO, ILL. L. MEAD CYCLE COMPANY, finNhed the painter requested him to inquire of the pahsersby what they thought of it. The other agreed and asKed the fiist comer: "Do you think this portrait like?" "Thcbnt is, etiemely like," replied the critic. Tim subject portrait asked a ONE .OF OUR similar question of a second stranger, who answered that the clothes seemed to be'exnctly reproduced. He was FULL BOOKKEEPING COURSE SCHOLARSHIPS aboutjto lutei rojmto a thlid when the for only $ 2$. Tlie regular price is $100. Those who bring or mail painter stopped him and sutd' Impa( Jit his advertisement to us wilhin five days after seeing it and telling us CENTERTOWN. tiently: where they saw will be able to have one reserved at. the low rate of Jan. 4. Tho Xmaa holidays wipre en "The resemblance of tho hat aud jH ?25. Books and it stationery are included. No time limit. If not ready Joyed very much and as e'are. enter- clothes is of no lmpoitauce. Ask this now, buy ono for future use. t gentleman w lint he thinks of the face." ing a New j'ear let us do our beSv H ssB HiHiilsiHilsiHHBBHSHBSEEsslSXSHBl On being asked this question the I. A. Vincent has la grippe. strauger hesitated a ery long time, L. It. Goodall is on the sick list. but at Inst he replied: H. II. Davis has been confined to hJs "The beard aud hair are first rate." room a fow days with Ja grippe, but is now better. It's Nature. Miss Tillio Hedges and brothel No"I noticed Jn tlie store we vlslted.to-tlable, of OweiiBboro epent the holkliays everybody was crowded around tlie perfumery counter.," with Mr. A. B. Rowe and family. ssli sH iHB&virl' 'i- Cs istMiriif "flint's not 8urpritlnir.M BBBK't'' Miss Lula Hardin, of Hartford High "Wby not?" School visited Miss Irene Davis hut "Oughtn't perfume naturally to be week. a twenter of attraction?" Baltimore (Misses Maude Calloway ond Nora American. James of Smallhoue, spent tho holi -- Z 11H kHklKafelix. siB days with friends and rotetivts at this The Use of Sorrow and Trouble. place. But for some sorrow and trouble we Mrs. E. Campbell, of South Carroll- - should, noyer know the good there U ton, visited her daughter Mrs. Mike about ,Uf Dickens. ers of current literatures and magazines will be making up their lists for tho new year. I am representative for any magazine or perjdoical that jou may want. 1 will furnish jou them singly, or make-jo- u a cut price where jou take more than one. Mako any kinds of combinations or clubs. All renewals accepted, and given the same attention as new subscriptions. Call on, write or telephone, J. NEY FOSTER, The Republican Office, Hartford, Ky. A Order Your Magazines Now It will soon be time that most read- to nn em Her generation. Mine, le Brim assures us that iu her youth ml pleauie loving people would leave i0 Brussels early in the morning, travel all day to Tarls to hear the opera and HEDQETHORN PUNCTURE - PROOF tnnol all night home. "That," she observes as well she mnj- - "was conCCI E.UCftl IUA TIDCC A SAMPLE PAIR mm 1 sidered being fond of the opera." TO lHTOaaUOE,OMLY - A iiaragraph in one of Hornce S ( 77ie regular retail trice of these tires is IS JO ter Mir. but to introduce n e will letters gives us the record of ullyouasaiiipletairforffMwsnwuiioraerifM). n djy and a night in the life of an FROM PUNCTURES En'jiUg'h lndy-bit- een hours of "strain" NO MORE TROUBLEGIuss will not let tho NAILS, Tacks or w'hleh would put New York to the air oat. Sixty thousand paint sold last year. WmMBmmmmVmCu Over two hundred thousand pairs now in use. bluOi. "I lieai d the Duchess of GornFSnniPrtnM; Made In all sizes. It islivelv don's 'Journal of last MondnjV he sndeasvridinr;.ervdurableandlinedinsldewith Wfj&mV1mmWmWmWMmf writes to Miss Berry In the spring of a srjecial Quality of rubber, winch never becomes 1701. "She iirst went to hear Handel's porous and which closes up small punctures without allow. Notice tho thick rubber trea inp the uir to escape. We have hundreds of letters from satis A" unu jiuuciuro strips "iir nnHc in the abbey; sho then clamber- fied customers stating iiiatineir tires naveoniy seen pum pea Bnd "11," also rim strip "ll4 up once or twice in a whole season. They weigh no more than ed i)erthe benches and went to listito prevent rim cutting. TMa in ordinary tire, the puncture reslstingqualitiesbcingglven tire will outlast any other ng's trial In the hall, after dinner to oy several layers of thin, specially prepared fabric on the mako-soi- T, KIXSTIO is JS jo of UASV JtlUINO. the piny, then to Lady I.ncan's assem- tread. The regular price arethese tires special per palr.but for factory orice to maUntr a id ertisinir nurrjoses we so per pair. All orders snipped same day letter is received. We ship C O. D. on bly, after that to Itanelagh and return- the rider of only J4 you ed to Mrs. Hubert's faro table; gave a approval, allow uo not a casl We will ball berelf in the evening of that send FULL, CASH A morning. Into w hich she must have got sending us an order as the tires may be returned at OCK expense if for any reason they are a !.'ood way, and .set out for Scotland bank. If you order a pair of these tires, you will find that they will ride easier, run faster, vou have price. We or seen at loncer and look finer the nest dnj'. Hercules could not have near better, lastwill be so well pl;asedthan anv tireyou want aever usedyou will give anv your order. bicycle us that when know that you hence a quarter of her labors in We want you to send us a trial order at once, buy this remarkable tire offer.you send a pair of any kind at any MiMTCn sTlnsCO don't the same space of time." Atlantic Iff-- WW iwCCa TIOCP Iledgethorn Puncture-Proo- f price until approval for trial at tires on and .If uenous systems, it was not unknown blame for the wrecking of our are men not penectly causneu or pui it io wisn. not wua tc icsi keep the bicycle ship it back to us at our expense and you mill net I cut one nn. FAPTflBV PDI0F! "e lumsh the hiehett trade bicycles it is possible to malt niVIVIII rniUU at one small profit aboe actual factory cost. You save lie lo t is middlemen's profits by buying direct of us and have the manufacturer's guar, antee behind your btcicle. .NOT lll) a bicycle or a pair of tires from anyom at any true until tou receive our catalogues and Ieam our unheard of facterz, frtctx and retnarkablt tectal cjftrs to rider ngentx. YOU WILL BE ASTONISHED Imutrictt we can maVe 1 ou this jear. We sell the highest trade bicycles for less mono factory cott. We are satisfied with I oo nrnfit ahnv than anv Other factory. IlICLlR IIKAIjKILS.the ou ran kpD nur hirvcl unHrr vmir nun namf. mat aj our prices. Orders filled i diy received double I Si:fiONU IIANI IIICiCLKS. We An not rrtnilarlv tamll tremA hanj him-lnhe f usually have a number on hand taken in trade by our Chicaco retail stores. These we clear out I promptly at prices ranKinc from 83 to 88 or Will. Descriptive bargain lists mailed free. PAICTtTD DDAhCC iiiriu wiioen, impurieu roller cimins and euais, parts, repairs azd bUHd I equipment of all kinds at half Vie usual retail trices. 'liuliM Hliftil ill if WANTED-- H sample Latest Model maKinv money iasi "Rancct" bicrcle tiimlstied by us. OaraKentjeverrwbereare a rnijorjuufariuuiarxanasttciaientratencf. NU MIINICV IircmilltKfl until vnn irrrltrlniliniirminl vmir hirvrlr. W. Kln to anyone, anywhere in the U. h. t Maut a cent irjvsit in advance, frrajrtirit. and allow TtSN MAYS' FKKE Till A L. duunc which time you may ride the bicycle and you any 11 you oo RIDER AGENT ind district Us rifl anil hihit IHtACHTOm I0 VZ?SS2j8 "SVal-pole- 8 M AM gmmxmvflm T IWm ' I Monthly. the special Introductory price quoted above; or iritc for our big Tire and Sundry Catalogue which describes and quotes all makes and kinds of tires at about half the usual prices. but write in a postal today. DO NOTTHlNKOrilUYlNGnbicycle WW or a pair of tires from anyone until you know the new and wonderful ' offers we are making. Itouly costs a postal to earneer) thing. Writeit NOW. rntl nn ilU Mtnr tOMir Ml J. of-th- e I H 9V6 $(3i H H It H H H H y -- fl wK' H Vrs' " DJsbep here last week. B. H. James, AD.Voodward, Mre. Nanle James and, Mrs. 31. wartl siwut Xuias with Mra. Ml 141 a For Sale. nine Toom two story dwelling injCeotertown, Ky., bag good cis- -' Good ' PRINCIPAL. H CHIIlrB 'Cry CASTOR FIR FLETCHER'S I A Brawn of Intend, Ky. geod cellar, never falling vAll Mr. R. K. Durham, wife child visked retetlves at Nc!on, Ky., Uist of water, good stable and qtbef ut, bulldhpgB, osa aere lot ot, ground. A. iMr. J. M. Bfcfcop ami Rmedson, UpUairld looaUoa for ftunlly reeldwce Len, Btet the holidays in Louis-vilie- .' and hotel. .Prlpa and terms reason-- , ' abte. ?Apnly to ' Wra, Stewart, aHdwlf.0 of Moore Mr. ;BABNBTT FOBJKn, AgenU, betuM,' Mo.havd moved te 'tows' awl i .. Hartford, Ky. ad te., 1. ; BUSINESS COLLEGE. Socor.fi And Walnut Strata. LOUISVILLE. FV M I ' V V Eiwmy 41 .g "' boys" go away from howwi tfwgnge In a pnofeMton. or Tocatkm JRAmI tfeo boy whs really mMM to 11Bwi tdttrg Is MnWfeiotK, and in Ms .nttdfews fcr MhiofanicAt ha plans l"qjkr' tfc.'n&s than, ho sees in htatowlii Hji.lhoplaco hhn Is of Ha boyhood everything, uewrfly cowmonrJaoo, andyte thv stranaJB Induce straongo city with ments to offer that lures mm on to v his best efforts. . K ! '( w fiir1"" r" 'tlM V Jan. 10. Mr. Murray Mayfield of Owensboro, spent from Saturday nuitil James P. Thomas, cashier, In we accepttheTamenFment. uMr. , The following editorial appeared Monday with Mr. and Mrs. W. H. the Surveyor of Customs office at . ? recently won the firstprlze In these columns last wieek, which Mayfield. Louisville, Mr. Dave Sadler and Miss Josie in the baseball .fan's contest offered was reproduced in the Owensboro In n' Ward are on the sick list by the Louisville Evening Post. Twen quirer Sunday, with the comment Mr. Ed Etherton, of Buel McL-oan-, cartoons were furnished by which follows our editorial: county has purchased a farm from Paul A. Plaschke, all of which repreLest we forget, we again upon the Sunday SchooJ lesson for work and passed the final examinaMr. G. W. Jewell and will move on Among the Lodges. .name of some baseball sented the call attention of our citi4'1 the following Sunday. Peaching ser- tion Tuesday. Prof Ellis will orsame. jdayer, and the correct answer to the zens to the fact that Hartx, At a recent meeting of Sunnnydale vices every fourth Sunday morning ganize an Elementary AJsebrasriass Mrs? Clara 'Sharp 4s dangsroUSlyMll fond must arrange for some Camp No. 13340, Modern Woodmen of names was the ghoal sought by the and night, except preaching (this month in the eighth grade this week. The with old age and complication of manufacturing tustabllshments contestants. Mr. Thomas only miss- America the following officers iwere on the fifth Sunday, January 29, In- Faculty' have been compelled to temdiseases. during the comix'g year or ed two answers and won out over Installed for the ensuing year: Con- stead of the fourth Sunday. Everyporarily discontiune their work In else all of our efforts and several hundred competitors. The List of Ohio County Registrars. sul; A. F. Mldklff; Advisor, G. H. body invited to attend each service. Hinsdales "Art of Study" owing' to prize is a season .ticket 4o the Louis--vllthe expenditure of thousands The new Vital Statistics Law be- Abrams; Banker, P. W. Aiidklff ; Clork the lack of time. 1911. Monday's BAPTIST CHURCH of dollars on streets and baseball park in The Ohio came operative wdth the adventof the J. W. Foreman; Escort, Ed, F. Ooolt. Rev. Elgin will conduct devotional seweraga system will find to .edition of dho Post bad a page dovo-te- d New Year, For the first time In tho This camp holds its meetings at Sul- County Baptist Mission Board held exercises at Chapel next Monday morn make any Increase dn our popto the contest giving the names of History of Kentucky there will be phur Springs, where they have pur- its regular monthly meeting at Pas- lng. Visitors are always welcome. contestants and a splendid likeness ulation. A few, evenings ago chased a hall, and the charter will tor Bruner's home Tuesday morning. registered under tho form of law Miss Leila Glenn, wftio on account one of our citizens who has soon bo changed from Sunnydale to The roads being bad, there Were only ol Mr. Thomas the winner, two colbirth, and death of a human being. of sickness, was out of school "al umns .wide In the center. Mr. Thombeen compelled to see four For the purposo of carrying out Sulphur Springs. The regular meet-lns-g eight members present but there was most the entire pat term," resumed as is an old Hartford boy and bis are held the first and third a lively interest in tho mooting and stalwart sons leave home and the provisions of the act there have ' many friends here will be glad to some business of importance tran- ner work last week. eo to other towns to find been appointed over the entire State Thursday nights in each month. Misses Catherine and Mary Lannat employment made the state-- . know of his success dn which ho dissacted. The prayer meeting wasconT Local Registrars whoso duty It will Pendleton are again with their classplays remarkable knowledge as a base 110 duoted Wednesday evening by Mr. ment that no lass than 75 Rough River Lodge No. v be to forward reports of births and es. young men had gone out from ball fan. K. of P. had a splendid meet- John X. Taylor, the subject for study n deaths to the state office. The following pupils enrolled MonHartford within tho past two The State Board of Health' with ing at his regular session Tues-4da- y being, "Weighed and not Wanting." day: Messrs Orland , Indications are multiplying very Park, Clear Run,, or three years to seek employwlien the new of- Scripture Gen. 22 night, Tho teachan Increased appropriation twill learn rapidly to show that president Waft Talmage Davis, Beda; James Magan. ment ior the reason that we ficers were installed and Rev. W. er's meeting was held with Dr. Ford from the reports of deaths what spots is to be one of (the most popular presK Buford; Earl Miller, Olaton; Court-la- nd have none to offer. This is ol the state are Infectod with com B. Wright delivered a most interest Thursday evening. One hour was de''dents this country lias over had, and Taylor, Beaver Dam; Herbert a sad state ot affairs and lng and beneficial lecture. Tho at voted to the study of the lesson and municable and preventable diseases we predict that before the preslden-"tTBell, Buford; Dudley Westerfiold, should engage th u best thought and be able to lower the dja'h Tate tendance at this meeting was hotter one half houj; to the Teachers' Train- Beda, election rolls around the country Owen: Misses Argent Schoo'l soasion ing Class. of our citizenship. Will we Sunday and effectually control ,the spread of than for several months, and sevwill be wild for his renomlnatlan eral members who had not nttondod next Sunday morning at 9:45 o'clock. Shultz, Rochester; Eva HJnes, Palo; sit Idly .by and allow the best' such afflictions. .and He has steadfastly Dona Hoover, Clear Ran; blood and .brain to leave our It becomes unlawful .to bury the in months were present, and the en- Morning worship at 11 o'clock and Taylor, City; Mabel 'Porter, andBessjo refused to take part In factional Beatown because iwe can furnlahj tire evening was entirely an enjoy evening worship at 7 o'clock. Young dead without a permit which la issuatnlfo and has gone on accomplishing trice Weeterfield, Beaver Dam. no means of employment? ed by tho Local Registrar vhem a able one. The following oif leers wero People's meeting at C o'clock. things which have1 piled un mountain A number have mado arrangements Tlhese matters aro respectcertificate of death is prdsented by installed by Deputy Grand Chancel high In comparison to the refprms to enter within tho next few dara. fully directed to the mayor, Special Notice. , tho undertaker from tho doctor Tlhls lor John T. Moore; C. C, J. B. Tap-pajoooimpUsbed for his predecessor. Even city council and commercial V. C H. E. Brown; Prelate, enables the Board to locato epide Beginning with the next issue this FOHDSVILLE. the despised tariff Jaw, before anclub for digestion. mics and, by regulations as to .buri- W. R. Hedrlck, Master of Finance, paper will henceforth publish obitu other year rools around .will have prov Afl OTwl Ifma 1 mtta niMnni. Ton 11 VMM. A. To this the Inquirer adds ihe fol- als, prevent .the spread of disease? M.. Mum. James H. Williams, Master of ExMfUMlvlUIUWi aries, resolutions of respcet and cards are visiting their M.a en itself tariff law, before another lowing: nephew Mr.' Bob chequer James Lyons; Keeper of Tho physician is required to reof .thanks at the rate of two cents year rolls around will have proven WhijUnWlL The Republican might also direct Records and Seal, J. Ncy Foster; per line. Also notices for church itself worthy of everything which has its remarks to tho Hartford business port all births wdtbin ten days to tho Master at Arms, Jesse Hoover. Mrs. Julia Wedding of Wbdtoevillo Registrar who forwards them to tho where money is to be to visiting her daughter Mrs. Clarbeen said In its behalf since its adop- people, and to the youcig men of state office. If no physician is In mado 'Willi be charged for at tho same ence Keown. tion. ,Jt Is producing the revenue not Hartford too. , New Officers were installed Wed- rate. attendance, it becomes itihe duty of the only to run the country but to build For many .years this paper bae Mr. Oscar Haynos of- - WMteevillo The business men and the people parent of the child to report such event. nesday night by Ohio Trlbo No. 188, published many columns ot euoh mastho Panama canal, without addition- generally are largely responsible was.ln town Saturday. . for The following are the names of Improved Order of Red Men as fol- ter .without any charge whatever, al indebtedness, and all ot the lies many "homo .boys" hayjlng to go aay but in Prof. I. S. Mason (has been on .tho the Registrar for Ohio county, and lows: Sachem, James C. Bennett; Se- justice to ourselves wa must hencewhich bavo been told and circulated sick list for several days, i from home to seek employment. nior Sagamore, Otto C. Alartin; Ju- forth make this nominal charge. the territory assigned, each: in. the attempt to prove that It was Many "home boys," roaHsing Our The play at Collage Hair Saturday the J. B. Tappan, voting precincts Nos. nior Sagamore, Leallo Hoover; Chief paper space is " awponelble for the high cost of livthe Only means by n!ht was quite a success. , usual prejudices against a "home- - 1, 2 and 3, Hartford. of Records, A. E. Pato; Keeper of which we have to warn money "will be demolished and brought ing with Mrs. Albie Beard is ijtKe" ill at boy," prefer to seek employment In A. B, Wedding, products Nba. 4, Wampum, Isaac Foster which to keep it alive and it would home to tho3 who perpetuated tihem a strange place, ' this wRkteg. where they haivo to 5, and 28, Dundee. be Just as fair for tho merchants to In tho near future. work their way up In business and Clarence James, preckcts Now. C, Acmo Lodge No. 252, I. O. 0. F. be required to give away their goods " ' "Dry Law." The OhioCounty Fiscal "Court Is make for themselves a reputation. 7, and 10, CromwelL Efftrt to will hold its regular meeting as to expect thlafrom us. ,We trust mado up of men ot sterling characKx They find strangers as exacting as Perry Crowd er, preckicts Nos, 11, at which time the. new officers will bo our friends and patrons Moj$pwry, .Ala., Jan.. '10. Th appreci ' will ; and men who have the best Interest home business men, but usually more 12, 22, and 32, Soslae. " iB'regu-la- r Installed, and work In the Second de- ate our position and govern thwaMve 1rrtgrttm of Atebawa ( y. of the county at heart. For more ready to ve credit, oven though no B. Rhoathv psclncts Nob." 13, gree wiirbe conferred. A good atD. MMMalal sooaloa ate03' a accordingly. ' THE REPUBLICAN. 14 and 30, Boaver Dam. Jtea. a year they have been wrestling less critical will be B3a4ato"iyyeal, thfiyhibl-otendance is desired. When the "home hoy" goes away Gov&ier-elea- C' one of the hardest), problums witn :ONeal C M. Nail, predicts Nos. IS and Jaws. School Notes. wfclch has ever been brought before from home to find something to do, 33, JVlcIZenxy. will recowweed a return Atsoig the Churches. utsy like body of men, the quetAion be eous with flattening recommendaThe mid-yeE. M. Morton, pneolnxate Nos. 16, 17 tenm began IMoaa&iy, of loeal oplaioo and tha. aarrytag out METHODIST CHURCH. At the f how best to work aboutl.COO miles tions from business men in feds home and 37, Csntertown. Jaa, 9. under favorable coadVUoae of the platform ea whleh he was Methodist Church next Sunday there and with good prospects for tee closDennis Walkr, preotecte Nos. 18, wll be Tegular preaching of road without needlessly burden-la- g town who would not give htoj emaad sla4fd. However, theru services by iho people with taxes, much of It ployment but hired young men from Wand 21Fontav4lle. pastor, Rev. Virgil Elgin. Worn-to- g ing half ot the year. Tbo out of' tows to a siroag jveMblthw fMtio (in the eirer steep hills and rocks, "and which other places. He 'wants to make good pupils who spent the holidays at the legislature, and We repeafef 'ijte . D. Maa, pruoiBote loe. service at 11 a. m. Evaalng serIL, U, HantfordU. F. D. No. 3,.23,, 36 been, washed almost beyond re-a- oa ail the nice things said about Mid, ftave their homes have relursad aad, risoy ktw la not assured though X to gea1' p. m. vices at 7 goes to'rifork with a vim ,and by four yars of buccetelve rains. aad,-h- e for work Nw olawts were organ U- - erally believed thajr will .be. John T, Jaakson, Voting- - prealaeU to but natural that these energy that possibly would not efcar- - Nee 8, 9 and 26, .Jtookport ;'., tlRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH. Sun- ed in the .Taaafasrfe Training Work No general aawutH will b j6a4a;ei . 0 eoursu It aotertU Mb work in employ of Tto tellowiag .jwacinots have & day School wary Sunday aficMoeti aaaJn Latin, Alesfcw, Asirsieaa LUiw the Cobmt rattrcaa laietellfew, il&M smb. sfeould differ somewhat rs at the very best methods to be BOtna tedlvidual or Utm la bit home as yet beea wwUwfwM IeaJ 2:3. Oa every Friday eveatRK ture aafiSom-- i Qosrottoiy in tk ot wlth tfea aowwta have dMiaraaiwU "aJk (bey daelded to town ; prayer xseeteg if heUL at wiilah Hi bat wiUib te a 'fw'iAiy: Sehoal DapwtHWkt. TW das smi imU,- - aaa, a thaw ml. ivMaiit, Wh' AsatW wasoa way away "feme I VoUng preoitMts Hm.SO, 30 dws asd teams, paatar delrme a letffcure is Pfeyaleal Qtearepay eempleted tWr work wMb 31. tine ta y ty-fo- ur principally, aad Hve ootmty raws divl- tod into dMrlcte for tiafet purpose. A M VK.l great asioant of woric wi aeoom-pHflbMwldrfaA ftcorrMiiff to IaW rI 4rt. during tfe MM feu hmkb ftrtfefd,K7i, MmH feftMpr tft 'tJM f&& Of it was ruined by rate fend Jtoods and very much of il.iwd to begone C. M.BARNETT) ..Editor! and FroptltUri over two or tameo tton. NotwXh- staiMUng nil tatiso drawback tho re J. NEY FOSTER ( 5 ports 'i rem various part of t&e count ty laaicc'Vs that substantial progr-oAddress all communications has b- a rnaido and that many of the Republican. The Hartford n bdlisr condition than roads . fthey have boon Tor roney years and aciaenrowaeat. Ovunbarlfcxid...., 40. wltli ft pood oeason this Bprlng and ..22. summer it Is belleivod that aM of tbo ttourh 211.-- ar.. be roads of the county will FRIDAY, JANUARY 13., condition placed in first class as or in as good condition possible to bo made of "Argus," the political writer lu tho it is problem dirt xoads. Ono serious.Louisville Herald sajs: Tie Govor which has confronted tho members Kentucky emulated tho ex- r ot of the present court since tho nrJoy-Uo- n onrplu set by President Tuft and lap of tho new system Is the quespointed n. Democrat to the bustju tion of teams to pull the graders. ddclal position In his gift. Robert It is a very difficult matter to swiure Worth Bingham Is to bo congratula strong, able tuns without poyiing ted for It Is rare, Indeed that a what meet people consider an excesRepublican. Governor appoints a Dmao sive prlco, and prices which during the cmt to a high office. season's work would amount to thousWe have made a groat many In- ands of dollars. At the, recent sesamong Republicans In all sion of the court on order was made quiries oiks of life In Ohio County, In directing h committee to purchas.. flio past ten days, and have never a gasoline traction engine which fu yet found ono who is not In favor to be used for the .purpose of pulling f the nomination of Judge O'Roar a grader. This departure Is In the for governor. Moreover, we have so nature of on experiment and the furfar failed to find a member of the ther purchase of engines of this class party who does not bellove that Judge for the country will depend upon the O'Rear will be elected, If nomina success with which this ono can be ted, and that ho will carry this coun- operated this season. Many persons ty by the largest majority which it bleleve that it will prove a fallur6 ever garve to any Republican candi- while its advocatse are strong in the faith and conterd that It will be date. the vwy thing which is desired to Our editorial inlast"weeks Issue, place of teams which often calling attention to the long felt want take the fall during the excessive hot weather. for manufacturing establishments In Some power other than that of the Hartford, received lengthy and fahorse will necessarily have to be revorable comment by the Owensboro sorted to and the question of whether Jnquirr. Wee reproduce it's article In steam or gasoline should be used Is accept .the suggestion ibis issue and one which permits of argument upon which it offors by way of amendment both; sldas. However we trust that Our citdizens whojiave employment within two yiears the county maye the to give out should encourage able to let the working of all the home boy by giving him first chance by to earn a living at home. We often roadsof contract and then tho ques tion powcj with which to pull the feel that our home boys are given a graders will have to be met by the "Cold deal" dn this regard, when they contractor whoever he may be and should bo given the glad band and lncouragfng word. Besides, something the court will be xdHeved of the problem and at the same tdme road hands mor substantial in the way of emof all ages will be relieved from ployment whenever the opportunity taxation for road purposes. ,1b afforded. " ed Hartford Rpu Hban. - Jan. Clearance Sale! BEGAN JANUARY g - ni JUistwot or ivenuicicy, now an ucuv- er Dam, on the 17th of DoSJlDlO at 1 o'clock p. m. for the purpeae of de- termlnlng tho time, place aMmann.r of nominating a candidate JOjb voted Jj for the State Senator, tfj01" eai district nt tho regular Novobor ole - J Mfc oho'. - M tlon, 1911 Mr. B. F. Green ed Chalnnnn and J, C Fleser, S - . - A On motion It was orderodfand di- Republican Convention. At a mooting of the ItSpublloan ComnUttce of the SwenthjSonatnrl- - 11, 1Q11. Stock-takinis only two weeks away and we have lots of merV V chandise that must move before we begin this work. In repricing r these lines of merchandise our purpose is distribution quick sellh ing and that only. Opportunities on every side and many of tnc greatest values cannot be advertised because of limited space. It' will be a remarkable occasion. Don't fail to attend. tiCxSALE BEGAN JANUARY 11. 1911. v , rected of that a delegated convention the representatives of tfjjRopub-llca- n iarty of the SeeIltllnaor'-al- l district of Kentucky beheld in the city of Beaver Dam, Ky., at 1 o'clock p. m, standard timo.Monday tho 30th day of Jan., 19lifor the purpose of nominating a Republican candidate for State Senatoror said district to bo voted for at UiSrcguIar November election, 1911. The delegates to said convonntlon shal too sheeted by county mass conventions to be held at the, county seat in each county of said, district at i o'clock p. m. standard tdme on Saturday, Jan. 2&th, 1911. Each county shall be entitled to onelelegate for each one hundred or fraction over fifty votes cast for the noml-ne- e for governor In said county at the November election 1907, The form of voting at said county mass convention for delegates shall be by viva voce. The number of delegates under the apportionment allowed to each of the counties is as follows: , "M....21 Butler Muhlenberg ,.. ...... Ohio Number of votes nScessary'to a choice B. F. GREEN, Ch'm'n. J. C. FLENER, Sec'y. Clearance Sale on Men's Suits Suits, regular price $,10, 01earance price $6.75 Suits, regular price $12.50, Gleanuice price... . $&!0'V ; .' $11.75-.- ' Suits, regular price $15, Clearance price Suits, regular price $1G,50, Clearance price ...$13.50 " Suits, regular price 18.50, Clearance price .. $14.75 V Suits, regular price $2'', Clearance price $15.75 r Youth's Suits, regular price $5, Clearance price $3.75-- ' Youth's Suits, regular price1 $8, Clearance price $6.20Youth's Suits, regular price 10, Clearance price ..... $7.25 ' Men's Men s Men 8 Men's Men's Men's - . Clearance Sale on Ladies' Suits. Ladies' Ladies' Ladies' Ladies' Ladies' Suits, Suits, Suits, Suits, Suits, regular price $ 10, Clearance price... ..,.. $6.25 regular price $12.50, Glearance price... $8i25 regular price $16.50, Clearance price. ..$11.50 regular price $18.50, Clearance price... $13.50 regular price $20, Clearance price. ... $14.75 . i ' ' ' We ; have placed these on our bargain counters with prices within reach of the mail or' lady with a slender purse. We also have a lot of short-lengtin most every de--.! partment of our Dress Goods line, to close at less than original cost hs We have many broken lots of Shoes for men, ladies, and children to close. Don't Fail to Visit Us During This Sale And ; Secure Some of These Bargains, EASTVIEW. CARSONInoorporutc. &JPOMPANY, S9SSSSSS9SSSrSSVS9rSSS99SS99$S le v 4. ai y-j n; j r ', ht lMl iate to-4a- ar aom-iwyt- ed M ,v lr eon-awd- ag te Rw?-tetwi"" 9 J ad Mr. Ira E. WHuon, of Ototon, wm .EercrnOilfiff nic mij up to date at a pkaeamt calfcw Tuesday nftorjjoon. Mti the City 'Rwtaunint. W FM City ItttoWKt 1b' Jjo Ket TJ Mr. Hoton Shewn, 'of WhMecvllle mk to go wfcen you are ngry 86t4. ifM in iown. TlMirMy. r . &r .... 4 WHAT ABOUT Th vmwf fri'jfi'da M Mt. K. J. Tn boat mul ytm ver w tor n Hwteoa wlH regret ier thlt eaa ta iiuwrtir Is eerved at tho City R- very ill at her koine UiiOfl stroaty 2 $ ' Nut. CafcdfcS!.'ci and KrulM Tho follow wing Mnarriairo llcohee c all kinds at Oie City KcafeutafK. hnVabe-Istjued elncour last feaue L.P.' turner to Mra.Mattlo 1'urn'jr'i 5-- an w the uii. Tate ana late, 29t4 Bert Da 3 to? Olllj D. Raglaind, both" jidetcrs. ' Her') of Bcnv r Dasi. Leave your Laundry at Cleve i grocery. Work guaranteed and prompt Mra. Mattlo Turner and Mi. Lowis ? delivery. Agent for Madisonvllle er weror ucJlal In niarringo nt Steam Laundry. Madisonvllle Ice & t&e-T'hodist parsonngo at BwiYor Laundry Company, Incorporated, tf Dam last Sunday afiiurnocin ait 2:31, A L. Mell perfcrrcing the c We want your dfugbuslno93. Our The bride and groenn loft for Prices right goods Eire the bod. W prompt delivery and fair treatment a .vlstt to frlonds &ti Owensbora r.d t.mr to all 0110 COUNTY DRUG CO. . Fodrsvllle, and are now, nt honiu In l t ' 1' Incorpora'tKxl. thlfl' city to their many frit-nds-. 23t2 i We have n well assorted stock of They hav a our best wishes. l iXxXxXxXxXxXxXtxXxXxXxw ,' Tliia Ladtfes Social Club "was deflnio stationery. Olv c us a call for c lightfully ontertalnid ou Wednesday anything in our Una OHIO COUNTY DRUG CO. atlernoon by Mrs. Rowan Holbrook. After paying ejveinl gnmos of forty Incorporated. 2Jt3 Union two' a delicious lunclh was 6orvcd. The of America myt here Saturday morn- Besides tho membem of b3 Club ing with a good attendance. It was Mrs. E. W. Cooper of NashvIUts Tenn., voted to hold tho next mooting nt and Mrs. Jennlo T. Mcllenrj' wen present Sirs. J. G. Reown will be Dundee the first Saturday In April. tho hostess" January 2Gth. & Mr. Robert' Plummer, of Beaver H N. Tate has purchased the t Dam, was in town Wednesday on his. r. J half interest "of Sir. BstillTiioma In way home from Contertawn, whero tho City Restaurant Vtthis place had been visiting his eon, Mr. Ar Mr Joe Plummer, manager of tho Cenxertovln and took charge Monday. Tate the senior membcAof tho flrin Mercantile Co. with Mr. Thomas, ,retalnA fc&s interMrs. B. F. Zimmerman and eon, est in the restaurant Mr. II. N. Master Bourke, of Louisville, arrived Tato has a large ranch in North I Wednesday afternoon for a short Dakota which he has rented and will visit with the former's parontts Mr. stay in Kentucky for somo time) at and Mrs. W. H, Taylor, and Mr. and least He and his cousin, Mr. Joe Tate will move their families hero i Mrs. W. M. Fair. County Superintendent of Schools in a 6hort Ume. Leach informs us that tho January ilr. S L. Stevens, of Beaver Dam, I money for the teachers of Ohio Coun- CoL C. M. Barnett and Mr. Henry Pir-tl- e ty has arrived, and Is now roady.for left Tuesday afternoon for Bowdisbursement. This will be a trie ling Green to attend the annual state ARE beyond question headquarters for Men's New Years present for these falth-Glothjng and are prepared with a large stock to convention of the American Society ful workers. of Equity, and also to attend the cater to the eye of the most scrutinizing customer. We handle the celebrated STERLING SUITS that are beConstable Newt. R. Baize of Fonds-vlll- e, mooting of the Natiotnal Tobacco b & yond question the peer of ony clothing handled in Hartbrought Mrs. Fanny Piexson Growers, a branch of the A. S. of E. here last week to be tried before The meeting convened (Wednesday ford. We will have on sale during January some specjal Judge Wedding on a lunacy charge. morning for a session of several values in suits and overcoats. Call and see them and She was adjusted insane, and was days. Tho election of officers, for remember it pays to trade with a house that saves you conveyed to the Hopklnsvlllo Asy- tho ensuing year will take place money. s at this mtcelng. lum Sunday. & Again The Republican invites every J Mr. C. C. Dennis of Beaver Dam fc was among our callers Monday. Mr. one to send us news Tor publication t Dennis was one of the members of We intend each week to give nil of CJ6o Dealers, J the Board of Supervisors, and has the news, und we do not want amy of KENTUCKY, c HARTFORD. i our readers, or anyone who is not subscriber to t been a .regular January 1SS9, The even a subscriber to feel any deliRepublican since 4 and Is strong in his praise of this paper. cacy in telling us when they have a Can any of our subscribers beat Mr. visitor, when they .are going on a trip, or any news item of any kind. Dentnis'' record. MfflTs When you see a representative of The new residenco of Sir. L. T. .Mr. 3. F. Brown, route 2, was a Wright living near Horton, was de- frlo Republican tell him that you Tuesday. pleasant caller news, and tell him what f stroyed by fire Monday Wenhig. The nave some s T3o your " trading" kit Jlosonblalte. great measure wo have cause iof the fire is ncjt' knawcu but itfkfxJn a FRIDAY, JANUARY 13. The Store That Satisfies. It' Is sumnosed to have been a defeative to rely 'each week for out neys Items JJlaa X,lllle Burton, who has been flue. A small portion of the Jiouse-'- l on what the people tell us, and we get hold soods were saved. He had $1,-2- are always more than glad to IHInoisCentralRallroad Time Ml for several days lasorno butter. any information that would bo of InTry the mals atd. lunches at the insurance with A. C Yelser, of Table. terest if you don't Bee us, write or Catar llGataurant. They are fine. 2Ct4 this city. At Beaver Dam Ky. telephone. ' i r Miss Laura B. Bozanth left WedBeaver Dam Flour found only in Hartford at Sanderfur .& Co's meat nesday morning on the M. H. .and E. For Rent. Sonth Bonnd. Nortli Bouul. for Owcnsboro, where at the Ball 24tf. No. 132 due 4.05 a in. No.l21dtll:85a.n. shop. One hundred and ten acres of good Ho. 101 doe 2:48 p. to. ..Ko.l23due12.28p,m. Visit Rosenblatts during the sale Hotel Wednesday evening she was land, in Rough River bottoms andgocd ts No. Ml doe8-(Sp- . Mo.l02da.2M8p.in. and leave ithe store happy over your united in marriage to Sir. Herbert farm house Situated near Narrows, Chlnn, of this city. They will short- Ky.' Apply to, purchase. lit ly return here, where they will make CHARLES CARTER, & E. Railroad Time Table "M. H. Don't forget Rosenblatts Sale begin- their Jiome. Their many friends wish 25tf Narrows, Ky. Hartford, Ky. at ning Saturday Jan., 14. It lasts them much happiness. Sunday Dec. one week. ..Time table effective To Have New Exchange Here. It Miss Margaret Baker, who is in ;4fcL, contains tine following schedules: The Ohio County Farmer's Mutual the millinery business and llvingwith ilessrs James T. Davis, of Sunny-dal- e, No. 112 Nortli Bound due 7i29 a. m. and Jesse C. Smith, of Taffy her sister Mrs. Roscoe Severs, of Telephone Co. held a meeting here dally except Sunday. j, Hinton, W. Va., is visiting Mrs. Al-vl- n Monday at the office JA Judge J. E. p. m. were among our callers Saturday. Mo. 114 North Bound due Rowe, of Centertown, this week. j'oglo. The foJlowingyimeanbers of the We will tsedi you iimmh and flour dally except Sunday. Miss Baker formerly lived at Cen- Board of Directors were present: .1. 8":55 a. m. as cheap as you can buy It anyiwhiere. '."Mo. ,115 South Bound $ie, tertown, but has been in West Vir E, Barnes, President;Portor Hunley, .W. H. MOORE & SON. - 2G13 dally except Sunday. ginia since last fall. She is quite Vice. President, Jackson, Secyy No.' 113 South Bound duo 1:46 p m. Mr, Fred Miles, manager of the well know in Hartford. pro tern,; Q. B. Brown and John except Sunday. dally tliocom-panywFordsvllle Planing Mill Go., of Fords-vill- s, Rev. ,J. wTBrun'or is assisting in Shultz. The capital stock of H. E. BUSCHKE Agt. tranracted busings 'here raised from. $2,400 to ?5,000 a protracted meeting at West Point Babtist gfeurch, and will not be here and it was voted to open an exchange j Miss JFranoes Lytle has returned Sunday, to fill his appolntnuyit, in in this city at an early date. The Wo'dqw have Jumbo Pickles. SON. to her home at Owiensboro, after a his absence he has secured Rev. A. company already have exchanges at' W. H. MOORE, & 25t3 visit hero the guest of Miss Mary F. Gordon, of Russcllville, who will Beaver Dam, Centertown, MoHonxy, ,,, .Mr. Robert Duff, of Fordsvllle, was Siaulddne. preach here Sunday morning and oven Prentis, Rockport and Rochester, and (1di town. Monday. patrons are thoroughly sat' We have for sale strictly pure (Now lng. Rev. Bruner will be away for all ofrthe bargain counter during Orleans Molasses, right from the plan- several days', but will be hero to fill isfied: with the service, and ebpeclally See the It tation. Rosenblatts Sale. his appointment on the fourth Sun- at the exceeding low cost of the system, .vMr. J. W. LyU e, of Owecaboro, was GROCERY CO. day as usual. HARTFORD lting relatives. v Ja town Saturday Wednesday twenin'g of last week To Call in Remember you "can get your pres?art of State's Debt. tor. Grant Pollard, of Narrows, cription filled day or night at the Mr. and Mrs. a E. Pate entertained Frankfort, Ky., Jan. 10. State Treas was a caller at this office Friday, Ohio County Drug Company, in- with flmoh foA Mies Form Curtis, urer Farley stated to-dthat with Hartford route 4, who "had been visit- in thehext ten days ho would issue ' We commence delivery of meat at corporated. 25t2 ing them for a, tew days. Those- - (pres- a call 'for about $400,000 worth of 5:30 a. m. each morning. S Fresh and cured meets, family grdV SANDERFUR & CO. 'ceries always nice and fresh Phone ent besides the host and hostess and rest-bearing ,24tf warrants outstanding IkttleMlstf Martha Carolyn 'Pate were: against the State. us your ondere No. 47 Cigars to burn. . Try our line. .1 Misses Isabel and Winnie Mauiy, SaCaqit Farley is worried because 55t3 W. H. MOORE & BON, OHIO COUNTY DRUG CO. die Hudson, Mr. and Mrs. Ghaa. Tur- holders of about 2S5 interest-hearin- g tacorporated. Mrs, Frank Hays left Saturday for 25t3 ner and little daughter Kathleen, Mr. warrants which have been called In Mi .Susie Wright is the guest of , Hartford, her former home, to spend and Mrs. Jeff WattersOn and son have not beea presented by the own,fe4.tlvs in, EvansviUe for a few Mr,w?ek us the guest of her father, Randall, and Miss Georgia Servorin, ers, .The law providing for Interest-bearin- g F. W. Pktle. Owienabono Inquirer of Morganfle&L 'dye. warrants specifically states our Una of Face Dan'i fall Bxcluedve sale of Betuver Dam Fqwdem "Hartford" brought up about that after a call has be em issued for Toilet water &c We 1400 bushels and Pieur at our meat shop. of corn Monday for far the 'payment of the warranto the in mers la the NoCreeJf neighborhood. terest cases. SANDERFUR & CO. ' have the bet. ' 24tf OHIO COUNTY DRUG CO. This In all probability will be the ' The owners seem to be under the Mtoe Fern Cartia was the guest of Incorporated. 35t5 last trip made by the Messrs. Fore- impression that the warrants aro still and Mrs. A. E. Pate a fuw days wiff T. H. Black returned Tues- - man, and later they think they .will bearing interest. The 285 warrants '"J6tfiJweek. ' 'jday aSteraoian on the M. H, and E. enter lato the river represent about $60,000 which will be trade on ""W. H, C. Wrtaht, R. F. D. No. 1, from Frankfort, where he hed been exclualyely. We regret Green much paid very to the owners of the warrants as to see taB) leave tate city. For six sopa as they are presented for pay-me'ujRT,rdw' ta State Audkor. years the? have resided bwe, and Mr.' W. S. 31jw(, of Fordevlllewas . .Mr, Gbariea Turner shipped a oar made regular trips with their boat Cheeks amounting to $150,00d are fL,flmmt allw at Tbe Republican of, oatt-lto, Jjpitafrtile on the from EvaaBvUle, aad Qspt Foruaan btlsg mailed out by the Treasurer ,fice Moakty. M. H. aad . Ulroad Saturday. This says they regret to kava Hattford for salaries iof city school teachers. klade of ttmk aad owed Baeate, T8 All MMtiwrof MKle to be and her people but it Just a mat- DurisK the last week ovr $510.00 has 'sUtajpIe irawrtt. shipped oa,,tU.mft4 taaMXbls bta- - ter of business a&4 to secure bet- beUIId Sbe" city vasd rural teachat kw8t3ris. f ter trade at ether polats. ers, Hit " ' - ANDRFttR ft CO. '. ' MMA44ftftftftjj4ftftftftftA4i 1HAI SUIT IT? 5.1 The Mark of Quality Ever notice that the most reputable dealers say the least about guarantees and insurance? They have learned long ago that it does not pay. Strict business integrity does not allow of it unless traat. t n ' R. -- Ji&i ;vi strictly carried out. Fejv people do this. We try to buy the best goods COUPON A s fu-mcr'- Q TrAl COUfrOH D & BTCOrAX ); r coupon c Si2? ftttOrMX E2fcireKD' " Ca .. tWtOfMW ".! V IktleprooFllpsKry . COUPON O obtainable, even at a sacrifice of our profit. But few stores show as many lines of real merit as ours. ONE LINE OF ESPECIAL US IS PRIDE TO HoleHp.Qt!pagry Ca J -- 11 .IHMWMIIWUH'wmWMtWt fe MTtOrsMI COUPON Z itoteproofgloaTyCtt COUPON F "Jjg MTtOTAAl Holeproof Hosiery. With 6 pairs of Men's at $1.50 or $2 for women's, HolcproKHpryCn CHf HllM fTOMJM ff tMMf fr mm m mmt Mc M WM 8 WE M l you get a guarantee like the cut shown in this advertisement. It protects you from darning for 6 months. It is perfect insurance and means more than words. Always. sariavrE?jcc- - FAIR & COMPANY, Fiv Wre9reV99999TOrrere99VTOi Hartford Republican. jfiWfimfitmmm mAHVl Twice a Year We Do It! 34-4- J,C lata as Look Out fori OUR 6IG AD NEXT WEEK E. P. Barnes & Bros. BEAVER DAM, K ' m ay -- -- Inte- to-se- e Te '&. . ' . at. 14 , 4. te 1 lMiWWMWi k V V PALESTINE. Many " The CUSTER'S LAST Itlver. FIGHT. Big-hem SEIKUS CMIGE MADE I n; A In WhWi It Strikingly KmmMM OatffrnU. rfttestfee to more Hke tfce hMe-f- tf CftHAsraia tba any ether In tlic UbIo la eYerrtblBg rtw. It lies longitude 34 degrees oO hilnulei jm! 96 Sprees 1)0 minutes, rust ami a between Intltmio SO- - depireH SO awl 33 degrees 45 minutes north. It te practlenlly n Cnllfornla reduced ham-wte- Wy Fumm Battle ef the Little to al)OUt In size, but H I markedly similar Iti general topdgra-pbclimate, vegetation and agricultural nd economic possibilities. I.lko California, Palestine Is longest from north to south. Like California, too, it has both very high mountain, "having an elevation of 0,000 o 10,000 feet, andvery deep depression. Tho feet liclovr eca..Jcrcl. Dead senl.-'O- O Js the greatest depression known, and, llko tne Death vnlley of California, It Is situated In the southern extremity of tho country. In Palestine, Just as In California, wo have a dry, warm season and a humid and moro temperate one. The rainy season extends from October to May and tho dry season from May to October. Palestine is even more .favored than California wfth regard to the winter temperature. Although the thermometer rises as high In summer In rales-tin- e as in California, Ith extremes of 110 degrees to 115 degrees F., though not so often, It very rarely drops In the winter to the freezing point. Snow Js rare, even on the plateaus, and our farmers are practically safe from any damage byvrost over nearly the entire extent of he country. rroni Aaron Aaronsohn's "Agricultural and Botanical Explorations In Palestine." y, KEPT HER BUSY. i i t'l The Way She Tried to Discover the Telephone Numbers. "J don't believe that the public schools teach their graduates to use their minds," remarked' a well known citizen of Philadelphia the other day. "Here's a story just to Illustrate what 1 mean: "I got a secretary last summer who had just been graduated with high honors from the Commercial high school. She had been picked out for me as the best girl in her class, and I found her excellent in all tiat required work. methodical, parrot-lik- e "One day I jotted down some telephone numbers that I wanted to remember and, having a poor memory, forgot fn the course of the morning whose the numbers were or what the business was upon which I wanted to phone. "So I called JIIss Blank Just as I was going out and said, 'Before you get your luncheon I wish you'd find out for me whose those telephone numbers are.' "Two hours later I came back, and Miss Blank was sitting at her desk, weary and studying the telephone book. I asked her if she had got some letters written that I had left, if she had lunched, if she had done several little things. She said no and then ext plained: " 'You see. it takes me a long time to read through tho book till I come to THE CAMERA OBSCURA. the numbers you want,' she said. 'I haven't bad time to do anything else!' " From It Was Evolved Our Modern PhoPhiladelphia Times. tographic Apparatus. The camera was invented by an ItalMarbles. Marbles got their name from the ian named Baptlsta Porta, though it fact that originally little bits of mar- was not at first used for photographble were rolled down the bills and ing. It was In reality merely a dark rounded and pounded by other stones room, Into which the light was admituntil they became toys for the chil- ted through a little round hole in ono dren to play with. It is said that tho side. The rays of light coming from Dutch exported them to England. objects outside of this room entered it "Whether they did or not innkis little through this aperture and made a picdifference to bo bojs and girls of to- ture on the other side of the room day. No matter who Introduced tho glowing in nil the beauty and color of world to marbles as toys, they are nature itself, but rather indistinct and (with us and always will be. Some of upside down. yon get them from other children, tome This dark room was contrived by of you trade postage stamps for them, Porta about the middle of the sixteenth but some persons originally bought century. He improved it later by them from tho little store around the placing a glass lens In the aperture corner, whose owner got them from and outside a mirror which received the rays of light and reflected them fthe greatest toyshop in the world 'Germany. In the beginning marbles through tbe lens so that the image upon the opposite wall within was n were called "bowls," and mtn and played with them as well as chil- made much brighter, more distinct and in a natural or erect position. This dren. Dundee Advertiser. was really tbe first camera obscura, an invention which is enjoyed to the presj A Tree Cut Down by Rifle Bullets. In tbe sanguinary annals of the ent day. Now our modern photographic camAmerican war there was no more sanguinary episode than tbe fight in era, is merely a small camera obscura 1601 of "the Bloody Angje'nt Spottsyl--vanla.- " In Its simplest form. Carrying a lens at ' Uvery bush nnff' every sap- one end and a ground glass screen at ling that constituted the thicket there,", (he other, it is, however, often much more Complicated in Us construction. ays Mr. G. C. Kggleston in his tory of the Confederate "Wnr," "was cut away by a stream of uullcta as grass Is before a ruouer's scythe. Even I an bak tree nearly two feet thick was Tor Infants and Children. worn in two near its base by the continual apd incessant strode of leaden The Kind Yoie Have Always Bought balls until It fell, crushing some of tho Confederates who were, fighting its branches." signttwo of wo-xne- Genera) George A. Cwter wiw of the wont ntable cavalry officers during the' war of- - the rebel-UftIt was bis fortune to be In the thick of the conflict wKMn "a few days after leaving ,he training school at vVet Point, and from that time until the My of his death Ms life was filled ith Mrennnns work and stirring adenture. In widen ho was frequently exposed to deadly peril. The closing chapter of his life, which came with what Is known In history ns "Coster's last fight.' which occurred on June 20. 1S7G, was a trag-edbut he died like a soldier. For a number ofycnrs after the civil war Custer had been engaged in In dian fighting on the frontier of tho United States. Many of theso engagements wero among the most thrilling In the history of Indian warfare In this country. The famous expedition which led up to the famous battle of tho Little Bighorn river wns started on May 17, 1870, when General Terry, his officers, of whom General Custer was one. and his troops left Fort Lincoln, Dakota. Every one realized that the campaign wns likely to be a decisive one. It was planned to strike the Indians a serious blow ono from which they could not recover. Tbe advnnco was begun under favorable conditions, and the Little Bighorn mountains were reached on .Tune 20 and the Indian vlllngo located. A slight accident gave the red men warning. Nobody knows exactly how the battle of Little Bighorn was fought. The statements mnde nfterward by the Indians were contradictory, but they all agreed that Custer's appearance was a great surprise. The best evidence shows that the Indians closed in on both right ami" left and placed Cnster at once on tho defensive. Closer nnd closer the coll tightened around that plucky band. Ono after tbe other of the troopers fell, the horses were stampeded, the ammunition ran low. no messenger had been able to break through the lines, and the mortality among the Officers was heavy. Then Custer had his troops fire two volleys In succe&sion. the usual cry for help, it was beard in Beno'scamp. Its significance was understood, hut no help came. Soon came the final act of tbe tragedy. The Indlnn closed In from all sides, led by the cruel chlers Crow King. Gall, Crazy Horse nnd It was a hand to baud fight. It was 150 against 1.000. Grouped about Custer were twenty or thirty desperate men. They fought with their lc6dcr. they fought for their leader, until the last man lay dead. Not an American officer or soldier lived to tell the tale of "Custer's last fight," Never In the history of tbe world was the bravery, devotion to duty and perfect discipline of troops better illustrated. Almost without the bodies of the men were found Just where they had fought. Each company was in the place as. signed, troopers In line and their officers in position. They fought a losing battle, but they fought without flinching. They were killed, but not disgraced. Detroit Free Press. y, 0 Hi IfiWi Rwwfy FOR n JDireo-tor.F- ' n. rim. AttMaert W. T. MMkHL rTWe CtertiJ T. i. jailer; M. O. . ,.w-- , HIT, MKtT wmnwwnr, jv, Circuit Owrt-- T. rBoramxox&i, MrhfeMd, WIFE CATARRH Ely's Cream Bifm It qvteMf tlMOthee. CI RelM at One. r. Jat 0. Mt BAaafrrr 0. K. nknitrf uhi Truetta Jttry Jwid: T. K. Wa. ltd Haitfwd. Ttimtim- -. O. X -It cleft?, soothes, Lon Black. Cwrt eenvena T!r protect heals and Husband Tried to Plflh her HARTFdfcD, - KY. day in Marfch and Atntwat a4 cemtaMai tlm rifurftAM mem hi Mondays britno resulting from Cctarrh nnd iItIyw three weeKS. and Third H III prattle thtr profeaaien In all out of Window! th nwny a Cold in tho Head quickly. Restores May and November, two week. rt County Court. R. B. v4tai. Judge; f Otd and adjetnlns eor .. tho genres of Tasto and Smell. Full size AtM CO cts. nt Druggist or by mail. Liquid W, S. Tinsley, Clerk, C. . mlth, and Cwt f AMMb. So- - .1 .f. ftrat LtMitlM given torney, Hartford, Court cenvenca BtomUew'75 cts. CnwH Balm for use-to all bwtar F.in-ni- o actuated Ely Brothers, CO Warren Street, New York. Monday in each month. Owonaboro, Ky., Jan. Quarterly Quarterly 40n is hw oare. collections ai. i9 Pjag. Tuttlo ha fJlod suit fteran abthe third Monday in JanHary, ArH tlae ef Criminal and Uei r,ata ! JntSband V. solute dlvorco from her Specialties. Offlee m Rwublkaa July and Octeteer. blld flrat Taea-da- y It. Tuttlo on tho groundgfljbuat her Court of .. ' In In. in January and husband Has not ony niEwewuu jwr, October. but 1ins threatened to thrajOicr wit 8. MoxCey, Other County Offlcer-- C of a socond etory window awdtby iphy- rordaUlle, Ky.,. R. l' D. Surveyor, VTfc iroui slclal foroo naa cxciuuixi FRANK L. FELIX, , No. 2; Bernard Kollx .Aaaeeeor, Hartford, Ky., R. P. D. No. 2; Henry Leach, her property, and that hjSow has Dr. A. 1, Superintendent, Hartford; possession of her property.kUkl Is en, Itlley, Coroner, Hartford. joying tho benefits of it attb. HARTFORD, - KY. Tbo. plaintiff also all gCBfthat her JUSTICE' COURTS. husband Is insolvent nnd IsTSot mak Will practice hta profeaslon In Ohl ing cither her or himself nideewntllv-inB. S. Cliamberlaln, Hartford, Tuesday after 3rd Monday in Aiartn, uuesuuy al- and adjalnlng counties and In the Court Ho has been living ofHlier ter 3rd Monday In June, Tuesday after of ''Appeals. 'Criminal practice and CoJ 3rd Monday In September, Tuesday after lections Bho claims. jfft a Specialty. Office In the Her3rd Monday In December. Because of tho prominence! of the O. H. Scott, Cromwell, Wednesday afts ald building. Wednesday after eetvrt IHHT 3rd Monday in March, parties concerned Uie Milt lafattraot-ln- g 3rd Monday in June, Wednesday after considerable nttenUonjjta this 3rd Monday In September, Wednesday after 3rd Monday In December. section of tho State. Tuttteg Is reJohn II. Miles. Kockport, Friday after YANOYL.MOSLEY. Friday after 3rd Monday In March, puted to be ono of the, woalUri est far- holps hurts, but it won't euro an 3rd Monday In June, Friday after 3rd R County. mers of Davdcss Monday In September, Friday utter 3rd aching-tooth- , wonn't wake a marred Monday In December. Tho timo of tho DavlcSSs Circuit J. C. Jackson, Centertown, Saturday HARTFORD, - KY. Court is being taken up in ttjo hear- one look llko Its old self. Takes a after 3rd Monday In March, Saturday af ter 3rd Monday In June, Saturday after ing of evidence ngains'Samuol Tbk-to- n 6ldllful, experienced dentist to do 3rd Monday in September, Saturday afWill practice his crofesslon In nil h Monday In Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, iboyjjcharged that. a fl(teon-yar-ol- d Get all the sympathy you ter 3rd Cook, Hen December. M. C. f row, Tuseday after and in the Court of Appeals. Also Nowith housebreaking.. Thlxtotv wns in2nd Monday in February, Tuesday after good 2nd Monday In May, Tuesday relief and can, but for real after 3rd tary Public. Office over First National dicted with Robert Keith and Jesse Bank. In August, appointment Monday in November. Tuesday after 2nd Monday Crowo all under eighteen yors of dental work make an Thomas Sanders, Dundee, Wednesday age, Tho boys aro accused of. having with us for the practical way of get- after tho second Monday In February, Wednesday after 2nd Monday broken into tho dry goodssoro of ting your, teeth in fine shape. Best Wednesday after 3rd Monday In In May, JOHN B. WILSON August. cnAS.M.cnown Frank C. Brown & Co. Thdxton ser- crown and bridge work In this town Wednesday after 2nd Monday in November. ved ono term in tho hcuee of reC. V. Miles. & or any town. Teeth extracted with 2nd Monday in Fordsvllle, Thursday after February. Thursday after form for housebreaking. ' out pain. All work guaranteed. Tele- 2nd Monday in May, Thursday nfter Wilbur Edwards colored, was found 3rd Monday in August, Thursday . after phone 218. 2nd Monday in November. guilty and sentenced to thojponit-inj. u. ratton, itaipti, Friday after 2nd HARTFORD, - KY. Monday In February, Friday after 2nd tlary foi? a term of two to flvo'years. DR. H. J. BELL, Monday In May. Friday after 3rd Mon ""j Will practjee their profession In all , day in August, Friday after 2nd MonDENTIST, day in November. the courts of Ohio and adjoining coun Notice. . Office in Republican Bldg. Hartford, ,Ky. Court - ties, and in the given of Appeals. HARTFORD POLICE COURT. All persons havnig claims, against Special attention to criminal the estate of J. C. Wllsonideceased practice and to collections. OXfloa on C. M. Crowe. Judge: G. B. Likens.Clty are notified to present them .to me Attorney; Sam Riley, Marshal; Court Main St., opposite Court House. convenes second Monday In each month. properly proven by January lQtii, 1911, mty council J. il. wuuams, iiayor; R. T. Collins, Clerk; S. K. Cox, Treasor they will be forever barred, any urer. Members of Council, T. R. Barperson owing said estate will please nard, W. J. Bean, W. M. Fair, Pen Taylor, W. B. Ellis, E. P. Moore. sottle afonce. This Dec. School Trustees J. H. Glenn, chairman: 22t5 E. P. BARNARD, Admr. W. S. Tinsley, Secretary, C. M. Barnott, . . ai. v;rowe anu ur. js. u. .Pendleton. Owensboro Woman Alfcite That Attorneys at Laiv, sith, id r ,. Ceurt-i-BeRl- Ctalme-Cenvef- aea y ... Attorney at Law, g. "'-e- y, SYMPATHY Attorney at Law ?s i 4 WILSON. CROWE - LAWYERS For Sale -- Real Estate! v.-- Interesting Items.v tho total number of rall-roa- d 0 Acres pf the finest Rough river employes in tho county was, 874,- - bottom land located three miles west 5SS. Last year tho total was?l,451,-00- 0. of Hartford. About 20 acres In cultivation. Good dwelling and out buildf$ Thomas Edison reaps royalties to ings. A bargain for $1,250. the amount of $8,000 a wecki from mahis rights on moving picture We have 460 acres of fine bottom ' chines. VV land from one and a half to two If the appetito of a man;;wMans great as that of a sparrow Int pro- miles of Hartford, part of it with portion to his size, ho would cat a timber. Also about 75 acres of upland belonging to the pme tract. A. whole sheep at oner fitting-- . Terms easy. Manufactures now form, for, the first timo in the history of our, com- ISO Acres of land two miles south merce, more than onw-haof the total exports of tho Undted Statel. of Roslne on a free delivery route out Tho estimated consumption of of Beaver Dam. 30 acres bottom land wheat In this country for the present about 20 acres timber land and tho year is about six bushels per capita. rest of it fairly good upland. Five At tho pressnt ratio of increase It will room frame, two story house, two be seven bushels about the Vicar barns and good tenant house. Splen 1910. did orchard, never failing well in yard The Persian government has ap- and horse lot and spring in easy reach plied to Italy for military Instructors, of the house. In good repair. Must both Russia and England having de- be sold and will be sold at a bargain. clared that they would allow tlw'cm-ploymeof German Offloers only if A new one and one-ha- lf story frame an equal number of Russian"and building with flvo rooms and largo English Instructors' wero engagedr r'ecptieon hall, built out of tho best One of the most convincing proofs selected material. Situated on Clay of tho infusion of now life Intb.faie and Fredrlca streets, Hartford, ,Ky. comorclal industry of (ho City of'Ma-nll- a Lot C0x205 feet Fine well of soft is tho gonuino activity shown in water. All necessary out buildings. proposed construction of permathe Terms reasonable. Apply to nent buildings in that city, thojma- 4 Jority of which aro to bo reinforced BARNETT & FQfiTER, concrete and cement- Hartford, Ky. In 1S9S U nt "" RELIGIOUS SERVICES. & TRADE-MARKS promptly obulned la au coiuiu-iei-, or no lee. naoDtaln PATENTS THAT PAi tdmtito them thoroosltfy, at our "M. D. Church South Services monrine and evening every first and third Sunday In each month. Sunday School 9:45 a. m. Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening. Rev. Virgil Elgin Pastor. tsaptist cnurcn services every Sunday Sunday School mornlnir and evenlncr. 9:45 a. nv Prayer meeting every Wed nesday evening, nev. J. w. uruner, pastor. Christian Church Services every fourtl Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Sunday School 2:30 p. m. Elder Henry Clay Ford, pastor. C. P. Church Services first Sunday In each mon.th at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Sunday School "9:15. Rev. T. C. Wilson. pastor. SECRET SOCIETIES. t Bend tpodel. photo or eictcli for FREE report on ptnUbUltr. M ynwi" pnwtlce. SURPASS I Na REFERENCES. For free Gold Book on Profitable r&tente write to B03-B0- S expen,aDdelp7outonicxK!i. Seventh Washington; Street, d. o. IIKViJR(2 ahd Harttord LodcrNo. 675. F. & A. M.. meets first and. third Monday night in each month. W. t E Ellis, W. M.; C. M. Crowe, Secretary. Keystone Chapter No. 110. R. A. M.. meets every third Saturday night in each month. R. Holbrook, High Priest; W. S. Tinsley. Secretary. Hartford Chapter No. S4, O. E. S., meets second and fourth Monday evening. Mrs. T. R. Barnard, W. M.; Miss Willie Smith, Secretary. Ttough River Lodge No. 110, Knights of Pythias, meets every Tuesday night. S. A. Anderson, C. C; J. G. Keown, K. of R. & S. Hartford Tent No. 09, K. O. T. M., meets every first and third Thursday night. R. T, Collins, Commander; h. P. Foreman, Record Keeper. Sunshine Hive No. 42, L. O. T. M, meets second and fourth Thursday night in each month. Mrs. Attye Griffin, I.ady Commander; Mrs. Lula Pendleton, Lady Record Keeper. Carpenters and Joiners local No. 1881, meets 1st Saturday night in each month, s. Noah Skaggs, Pres.; W. D. Luce, Acme Lodge No. 330. I. O. O. F.. ments second and fourth Friday night in each month. A. B. Riley. Noble Grand; B. D. Schroader. Secretary. Ohio Tribe No. 188, Imp. Order Red Men, meets second und fourth Wednesday night in each month. Walter Camp, bell, Sachem A. E. Pate, Chief of Records. Preston Morton Post No. 4, G. A. R holds regular meetings Saturday beforu the first Monday In each month. d Mills, Commander; J. M. Rogers, Adjt. Ash-for- KILL the COUCH CURE thi LUNCS Dr. King's New Discovery with F0RC8ffisH8,jiSa. AMD ALL THROAT AND LUNQ TROUBLES. GUARANTEED SATISFAOXOKYl OS MONEY KEFUNDED. X. 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE 11 L KeUHeMHeM Trade Marks ISCVIWIIB Copyrights Ac m J I .. ,; CASTOR A Seldom Used. n A. S. of E. National Officers: C. O. Drayton, Pres., Greenville, III M. F. Sharp, V. Pres.,Boing Green, S. p. Kump, Sec. and Treas.,Indlanap oils, Ind. State Officers: J. C. Cantrlll. Pres., Georgetown, Ky. C. M. Barnetf , Vice President, Hartford. Ky. S. B. Robertson, Secretary, Calhoun.Ky -- Anrona oenillng a akelcb and description mir mlcirlv &enartjitn nur nnlnlon free whether kti r iMitentHhie. Commalilcn. tloneetrlctljcoiirldeiitfU. KANOBOOK onPtent ffnfc f riwL. Oldest ffencr for securinif oatente. l'atent taken tBroush 11 una A Co. recetre Ifteial notice, without coarse, In tha 1 A SCRMfific JtmcncaH. A handeomelr ljiaviuil ut illnttrated weeklr. vcieiitioo luunwi. jrnri lournoniuf, fk tsoiaojui Brucb UI17 PQ3Bw..ewYnrk a 'i ernie. ww m neweueaiera. Ijirreet OOloe, OB V BU WaeaHmtoo, D. th C&yrlci A Neat Compliment, The average skinflint's mantle ol peeress who had been talkiug to him charity is considerably moth-entpfrom banging In a closet so long. for an hour. The lady said, "You must think I nm Tho wootbicg bpray of Eiy's Liquid Tcry fond of the sound of my own Cream Babn nutd in. nn atomizer, i voice." The Frenchman replied, "I knew you an uifcfpeakabJe relief to euffarerB ULed music." from Cotairrb. Soraoof them describe it as a Godsend, and no womdorraio Precisely Stated. Toriimy, what Is the fem- thick, foul difcchturtre is dislodged and Teacher freely, perhaps inine of tbe masculine "stag?" Tom-an- y the wUtaXi breath (whose mojher Is a society leader) for the tint timo in .woeks. UquM Afternoon tew, ina'ain. Milwaukee Cream Balm ooo&Lne all tho lfl-ln- , (Wisconsin. purifying eJcmojiU of tho sUd form and It nwvrlMtita satlvfy. SwW shut-tie- f By the. faithful plying of the by all tor 7.r. Viljydu6we weave, wblte'ral-mea- t mayls driuatrfsts KRiUid by ly Uibo,'or fires., the soul. Stafford. 56 Warren Krwt, NOw York. a French ambassador That was a neat compliment paid by in Loudon to a ' fe l,t8YS,,v,p,,w- - Beaver Dam.Kjr. Hartford, Ky. D. I'ord, Treas., Hartford. Ky. COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION. Henry Leach, Chairman, Hartford.Ky, 1. L. B. Tichenor, Hartford, R. F. D. No. 5. 2. J. A. Bellamy, Whlteavllle, Ky. ?' & J?; "?ufc'hn, Hartford. Ky. i' J'. Y' llcyuady. "Ualaetown, Ky. 5. Richard Piumer, Taylor Mlnes.Ky. . J. L. Brown, Rockport, Ky. C. E. Smith, Sec., Southern Agriculturist A NASHVILLE, TENN. Prize Offers from Leading Manufacturers Cook on patents. "Hints to Inventors." "Inventions iwfcd." "Why, some inventors fail." Send rough .sketch or model for search of Patent Office records. Our Mr. dreeley wasfoqnerly, Acting Commissioner of .Patents, and as such had full charge of the U. S. Patent Office. HiuUtts iirett ntli WatiltgloH wim 1wrj wu vjirim rM,cflf, rjKat d latriigiwHit FrtcVM UMitllr. Procured and bcfcnreb.,")! u wotu. for !,' eeiuija n nn a.lvioe. how to oueia tiateiifaL. lr4 Peft I loAfti "Prrtabta.ti&.'iij I ii coUNimti. , " For forty years the ,friond and counselor of JSouthern farmers. " '1 w e n t y - four pages rjwice a month. " 50 cents, a year or three years for $ 1.00. Sample Copy Seat Do 4 7 LbiL v GREELE7&M9INTIRE t 1NCOJU ORATJCD v writ or eoio ? ti3iwjM ri vtrewn, U u. . v. tc WASHINGTON, D. G. frf&m Fnr Yf Wait Ok? YWt HUE PAPER vlL V j$ Om of tlB brlghfewrt and most wad at tho midwinflap ter DWtUffg of the Kentucky Press As a&afeUon nw prepared and read by Mw. Blla Ikilohteon EUwa.ner, oim Mtarary womon In of tfce bt-kraow- n Mrs. BUwangw'a aubjact Home Papor," and she tom ImtuMiod K in a manner that won km hAgbest commendation from atl Witty, breezy and wfea board it. cfcoek full of delightful bits of paper mada a decided "hit" and Mrs. Bllwanger waa warmly congratulated. It may have boon ,Uio season of tho jiear Uw aplrlt of Christinas, that caused me to stand In sonio six Indies of snow' and slush ono twilight not long etimi, and watch tha pas3ersby gab "Thalr Homo Paper" from tho nawsvender at the cornier of Fourth avenuo and Walnut strvxyt As I still stood there ho looked n1. Blck people look for their sheet, a wellTdflese-eepealmen of manhood passed, looked with grent pretended indifference at tho rows ofpap3rs on tho racks, and than start ed off across the street without making a purchase. "Hey there,'' mister," shouted out the nvjwsmaai hurriodly counting out another change "hey, there can't yer wots (the name?" Hind year paper For tho fraction of a second tho man hesitated and then canw back with a .tolerant smile on his lips at thio man's Insistence. His paper .was, however too Inconsequential .to find a place on. the rack and he purchased one published near his home town. As t still stood there he lkoocd at me a bit kindly and as ha poclooted his change ha said. '"Can't you find yours, cither?" A tumultous rush of something came over ma and a few foollnsh tears splashed on my coat. I merely nood-e- d my head itoo full for spaech for was I not then on my way homo from the postofflco with "My Homo Paper" tucked safely under my arm? ,!I Rearmed afterward, tho man search' Ing for his paper was one of tho most ucoossful business men in the city of- - Louisville. Christmas memorl:s bad taken him back to the little town whore he was reared, and ho wanted to hear from them this Yule-tid- e. Supply Tour KitcLen Needs Now You can't afford to risk health br using- - old : KtetJ. r ilia ivut snftavif whtoh chiDi o 'and causes atom aoh dlieaiaa or mitr. leaky which Rnntli flavnra andvaMM food, Replace tha old ware whfc f ROOkine ....: ntea'i wars 1 - "1892" PureSpwi Al . k .'CookiM it.. oi sen-tknit- we nave just ttjj t csiTea a now ' lot. Come la and aee tneie tnnerlor irooda and Set loaremr tree. ons ot tha many rella-- j ble nnea we carry.. You can depend oa anything you buy here HERREL Rookporti Ky BROS., sss T Jtitas r aaV r a large place and one gets weanco re3. away. from Wllllmason, ceived here to-dBut "old SI" woll who would have W. Vn., states that the suspect arthought It? How he used to omiy you your "stand In" with Polly iwhy it rested there as "Bad Jake" Nbole, the Breathitt county outlaw wiho killed must be let's see nearly eight no, Jailor Wesley Turner, of Breathitt It's ten yars ago could ,be, you won county, on the streets of Jaokson on dor that she might have waited a bit the night of Novombor 8 last, was dls for you? The thought makes the gulsod as a negro and was going unblood rusJi to your face. Of course der thtt alias of Bill Salloa. not sho didn't, give you any more thought than you deserved there goes The suspect was captured at .Jlate-wa- n, W. Va., by Constable John B. those ovenlasting glassas again. You JIaynard and Deputy Floyd Hallr'who make a sneaking mental note to oon- had him under surVolllanca sov&ral suly your occullst. It's very chilly days as the much-wantBreathitt In the room and lonesome. cr far friendship of men, you think, Who, losing have forgotten; they county desperado. Letters found on The tlio'pnlsonor's person, It Is said, wore arc very agreeable but they are also, most poor very insecure. Said Stephenson: Of all, who lose and wish they might good evidence that he was wanted for tho killing of Jailer Turner. "'You know all the time that one forgvA. The man is in jail at Williamson friend will marry and putyou to the "Ifo Is one; and" in it3 warp and ' awajtlng the arrival of Sheriff Hudwoof' door a sacond accept a situation In China and became no more to you There runs a thread of gold that son, of Breathitt county, who has boon communicated with and is now than a name, a remtnlscer.ee, and glitters fair an occasional crossed latter, very la- And sometimes in tho pattern shows on the way to Williamson. Thena Is a large reward offered tor tue arrest borious to road, a .third will take most swaet. up some irollglous crochet and treat Where tlrars are sombre colors. It of Nobla. you to sour looks thenceforward. So Is true, Monster Hog Killed. In onajway or another, life forces men That we haive wept. But, oh, this, apart and breaks up tho goodly felthread of gold, Bowling Groan, Ky., Jan. 7. Mr. lowships for ever. Tho very flexibi- We would not have it .tarnish! Lt Charles Goodrum who llvas naar tho lity and ease which make men's city on tho DIshman Mill plfoa holds us turn friendship agreeable while they en Oft tand look back upon tha won- the' record for having killed tha big dure, anake then easier to destroy gest hog over raised in Wairran coun drous web. and forget" ty. ' During the present cold snap sometimes wo iWiith the sigh just from your lips And when It shlnatti he 'butchered a porker that weighed shall know. you pick up the papor and smlla 875 'pounds. Tho hog was of a fin a . (while your eyes aro still moist) at That memory is possession." quality, and Mr. Gocdrum secured a "Its tho Christmas mlcrobo," he tho very personal paragraphs before Ingelow. top pirice for it. laughed "gentaHy'as'i he ral&sdlils-h- at yon. One Intimates, in anothing but In unconscious abandon you fling ii&forowall. subtle fashion, that "tho .new horsa your arm3 across the table and are how many of you men, I and buggy of one Peto Wlgglnsiton not at all ashamed of the tears that TRAINED MINDS wonder, rummage beneath ttoe pile Is seen hitched regularly at the gate mar its surface. Your ugly .bull "pup Are in demand by business men. of literature that comes each day to of tho "Widow Green" and Insinuate gets up from his placoatyour feat In g, The Spencerlan course in , your desk to eook out tho little dally In bold black type, "that Mis3 on alarm at this unusual performance Shorthand and AccountIs scarcely big enough to that It DanJeU" had better wcltcli out your part and sticks his cold nose ing has been the means by which stay dn Its "wrappar, and then, with a or the "widely" would "cut iher out Into your lap to comfort you, and you 12,000 graduates are holding rego to your overcoat and of har baau."' quiet amile thus admonish his dogship. sponsible positions. Hundreds are put lit dawn deep In one of its mpa--cioAnother gaas in flowery and redun"A man's a fool to forget his old earning over $5,000 a year. V'e pockets. dant English an account of tfoa wad- home and friends for a few- - vattiry will send full details regarding you are ding of ono who has bloomed into .Johnny, the office boy, dollars what good can they do sinco rates and course to young men certain, thinks that you are gofc'Jns a womanhood eluce you left. Sho Is de- they cannot buy you the fow things and women who will write us. correspondisreputable bulletin of some Eort. scribed to use the. llttlo you really want. And you want, oh, angel so you are not sure but what the dent's own .words, "like an Agaln, much to wall around your boyhood Spcitceriati Commercial School Union National Bank Building llttlo rascal knows what It is, whjre floating down the alsla on a white haunts; to skip rocks across the pond LOUISVILLE, KY. and Main Sts. It. is published and .why you hlda It cloud and tha tears glistening In her to fish fronilts sunny banks; to 6th That papar Is frequently found un- beautiful eyes." stand again on tho old bridge and Then follows tho dnt3rostlng an- watch tho lights from tho hill and wrapped and Johnny's back on thesa Occasions is eloquent with subdued nouncement that Mr Hiram Snolllng tho boats melt in tho water In a mov Ladies! Savc Money and Keep in lias sold to Henry Green a biliarJity: Ing molton mass. You want to stand Style by Reading MtCall's q private. Ashamed of your home papor? thoro on tho brldgo again with the Magazine and Using McCall Patterns Your paper Is again forgotten land back water rushing under ycu and such Mercy! Heaven defend us from McCsU'sMatastaairtll a charga! It isiiot shame but rath- - your thoughts are with Hiram and look towards tiia hill-toiwhoro your lioln you tlrcs strl M'CALLS MAGAZINE hlily at a moderate ra a sense of fear that someone who the days whan vyou two used to play beloved dreamless sloiptars aro cov-re- d expense by keoplue long does not 'know and love everybody In hooky together and spend tho of "with a warm soft mantel Ton postod ou tli) summer days In ttho famous old swim snow litest fashions In be "dull old town" will read it, and this Ghrlatninstido; to wonder clothes and lists). 60 niing hole. "Poor old rtiram" you aimlessly down the street and bow laughr-a- a doing. is Now Fashion Veslens la cacti Issue, Also Nothing seems to "provoke so much breathe, but Is it not Tatlier, "poor and smile to everyone" you sea from Miluublo Information old business man." Which 'Is the the Governor Uown to tho new grocery read-Ju- g on all homo aud per mwnlmeat from sonio folks as Only MJiial mailers. poorer? the tvery personal paragraphs adboy, who brought your potatoes home 60c a year Including a frco pattern. Sub over the last ovening; to comfort tho ntre-j- t Swift vlsltons of rablt hunts dicted to country newspapers. today or send nw vff t wv iammTM crisp Icy snow, that soemed to re- car conductor with a warm handclasp, fur frco sample copy. It may bo only a four-page McCslI Psilersi mil cnsblo you to make In your but you, succes&ful business deem the whole wide world from sin as he tolls you, with worklrg face, onn borne, nliliiouronn h.inds clotlilnefor man, golf enthusiast, club man and that niornwlg. Snow that weighed' to that tho little, bbay of his you usod yourself aud children wlilcti will bo perfect tu stylo and fit. Price none hither than IS what not, reading every word of it, earth the young cedars and ridged lncj to admire Is dead; to swing your legs ceuu Send fur froo Pattern Catalogue. ( Wt Wit Cits Yoa Fibs Presents for RCtllnc Silt). Including the birth and deatlu.natilces deep in pearl every twig 011 the olm along with theso of the other polltt-clascrlplioDs anions your frlffuds. &e tid for fre tree, and advertisements. Premium Catalqcuo autl t asli l'rizo Offer. from some dry goods box on Hit HcCAU. COMPANY, 239 Is 249 Wot 37ia St, NEW V0EI Ah, that first rabbit hunt with the Main street and discuss Taft and TodYou haTOmade your fontuw) now and ara accounted among tha repre- astuto Hiram for companion. That dy; to hang around thaoua bookstoro sentative men of tho community In morning you learned for tho first In the place, with half the othor time that br'or rabbit held ono foot inhabitants, and wait for the, movwhich you live, and, if wo are to for close quarters. Of fish-lu- g ing picture show to beln, and end all that is said and written of in YOUR SUITS n man .you, are also ono of Oho most el'gl-bt- e in the long hot summer day3 wllh all by patronizing tho cltM. Hiram who could catch more fish on the corner and a stroll home with nvled bachelor In tha But, when you read of tha marriage with a polo and bent pin than you your sweetheart's hand comfortably of "tha pretty and acoampUsbJod" with your Jointed road and famous tucked in your arm. No words nro IMm PoHy Smith of Houeysucklo, nwolataud in 11am rool. Or, with tho spoken by you two you both underHiram whltllng out weath- stand the sweet silences of. lovo and Ky., tp oue SUas Drown, of tho same Dye"voltage, the qwroor of tho otvo largo er vaues from the saplings hat grdw reaklso that some sweet day you will ing in the thicket, with your big bartow always be together please God, And amral wferehamlteo storo and given paper knife. What weuld you' Jiotr Jklvq so, you bid har good-ulgwulle and to boot you lay tho oil your knewe and wlpo yur 9vi, ycu think for a dozen or so home, slowly your throat aching with akutmm (tha print goto very trying amply clear boxes that any street the beaut' ot the tall gaunt tactw Cleaned and hedga, MamUinw in a email papar) and your amb ean have now for, "ftm, aokiug. Ah, th frosty snow on mted tllm back to he thiw, when .oaaa sIMor uiwsiui .uays on wio and tha blue of the sky apd the ot tha star uavar, you fchlnk etna wnlla from Polly's saucy fsfm how vary rich they are in !V ..w4. and Work called . .. . never did you see so many stars In wfts tn amc ma mvx aim 01 hesuly Joys. Money, you .raflect can't buy every- bh4 Mrmamottt! The allenoe la a ban- m $1.00 Club ym you'd bu)m mow ttoxmo thing. Thar a wsr.no admlaelion. tick-at- e adteUon and you knew stew tlwA lovo 'Q. "to Aha fHHMaU, vlew4 from some is tba One Baanfctftil ThUtg in all the the olty and 90 bask attd ky Ttmff ki t; noUUog' toraf t go world. it wtti your baart at PolV'u fat hifj And tlutt'a a tMng, you add, pullwould oojwridar your uifwoftby wM gmp IiuhUnc and awkig; ne j&m Hartford Pressing w wotf eeu, of tha mlta naadad to aaa ing your torn ears to 1st him tutow mM- A a bonus. But Tim ' tuH ba dew iroyt on tho yS aw youraalf again, "mt'x & thing Y. M, C. A HLDfJ., iitawthir WMDUt who etal your lave? eawwt buy" Mr Uras tb blqw of ntvmnMou atMr's wb aiU mtWioo) of dla- HERTFORD, KY. Vow hk) your XM t rotrM In luafc-- j d Hm, oh, wlH, MaiwU 1Ib momiito; bo nvMr nautWd to ll om iiw nt' out siwMi hh4 my: YmCM Wnuh i tit mart wteh tur iiftuJu ts woll-groomay ed To-da- y Book-Keepinus calf-pnlcp, seml-weekly ns ve res-ervpop-cor- atehVMta and imdar yor " of Wh scy through A tti "tong' thougMfg pt yowi." drm it atl aoid Htmnwwell But you Hiram avr really, iw up. HewIU toa ocatent to alwajw (May a boy-a- nd hunt and tleh and dvm lite Mfe away. Who shall y .which hee ohoa m tha more wisely. In the death column there are many names that are nw to you. The new owe creep tn now with alarming trequDocy. Buttherais ono name not trana to your eyes. The old minister who chrtetanod you, welcomed you into hte flock when you In the death of a father, mother and a baby siater, has himself crossed over to tho Paradise Side of tho Illver of Death. Prosperity success and pleasure may be coarse In grain and fiber, but sure-rel-y sorrow is tha tendarcst thing God has made. Therefore, you Bee no fulaomencBS in the long and flowery eulogy written by; tho little country correspondent and ending with a verse of pronounced orgmallty, Neither do you' smile as Johnny, for instance wold hrovo done, to sea the some amount of space given over to tho death of "old Dobbin," tho doctor's gray mare, who for twenty years patiently allowed all the children In the village to stick on his back to the ond of his tall where you smile to remember, tthe littlest girl swung. There is a pity in forgotten things Gone, that blessed old man, and he would never know of thxj many Intentions oa your part to send him a box of such books that would maka his tender heart beat fast. "They are poor That have lost nothing; they are poor bd hm ot man-na- r, Mikt White Mountain trip old boy, and eot back home and acquainted wkh alt Uioaa merw nam 00 in your Homo paper and make up in a way, for all tlieae years of rTaefoot. Only tho fools strut In the prooweion we call life tho nvlso laugh and love as they .walk In the pageant and I have been such an okl tool, you say, I twaat to go home, nt gt Fads for Nine-tenth- Weak Women o( all the lickness of vroraen is due to soma derangement or dij- f case of the organ distinctly feminine. Such licknees can be cured Is cured every day by Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription It Makes Weak Women Strong, It acta directly on the organs affected and Is at tho same time a general restorative tonio for the whole system. It cures female complaint right in the privacy oi home. It mikes unnecessary the disagreeable questioning, examinations and local treatment so universally insisted upon by doctors, and so abhorrent to every modest woman. We shall not particularize here as to the symptoms of those peculiar affections incident to women, Jiut those wanting full information as to their symptoms and means of positive cure are referred to the People's Common Sense Medical Adviser 1008 pages, newly revised and Edition, scat free on receipt of 21 one-cestamps to cover cost ol mailing only; or, In cloth binding for 31 stamps. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N.Y. nt Sick Women Welt. To he dull oWj town, With the shaded streets, And the JUlle And the flats And the house I love. I wMit to bo there Where the Joyvwas onco. Adtho oponuare, ' If I 'can't die, go back to tho happy days, Yet, I can live where their shadows Under the trees and over the grass I want, to go home. Children Cry FOR Why Not c aJake"jrp Captured. Read The s Noble R A "Bad Courier -- Journal Catlettsburg, Ky., Jan. News I FLETCHER'S m fit, simplicity rut reliability nearly 40 years. Sold in nearly In tlie United States ami every city and town Canadt, or by mail direct. More fold than any other make. Send for free catalogue. McCALL'S MAGAZINE More subscribers than any othet fashion rnagarlne million a month. Invaluable. Latest styles, patterns, drcssmakimr, millinery, plain sewing, fancy needlework, halrdressini;, etiquette, eooti stories, etc. On'y DO cents t year (worth double). Including- a tree pattern. Subscribe today, or send for sample copy. U'ONDEKFUf. INDUCEMENTS to Agents. Postil brings premium catalogue and new cash prize oilers. Address TIB HcCAU CO.. S to Hi W. 37ta SU KYI YOSK McCAIX PATTERNS Celehnted tor Hjrlc, perfect HENRY WATERSON, Editor. WE CAN FURNISH YOU THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN AND THE Weekly Courier-Journ- al Both One CI KA Year For aDIiDU We can also'give liberal combination rate withJDaily or Sunday Courier-Journal. Electric Bitters Write Courier-Journ- al Company, Louisville, Ky., for free sample copy of edition you desire, but be sure to;fsendJ your subscription order to this paper NOT to Succeed when everything else tails. In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy, a3 thousands have testified. the Courier-Journa- it is the best medicine ever sold over a druggist's counter. FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE l. rife THE KENTUCKY Light and Power Co. .(INCORPORATED) j WILL WIRE YOUR HOUSE BT COST, electric lights are clean, healthy and safe. no home or business house should be Without them, when in REACH. 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Ladies work special attention. and Hats Repaired. for delivered. per rate month. - M, Draughon gives contracts, backed by chain bf 30 Colleges, $300,000.0 capital, ond 19 years' auccaa, to secure positions under reasonable con diiions or refund tuition, Draughon s competitors, RnniTiririrPIlMJv M nis proposition .concede thatby not accepting he teaches mors DUUHIVEEX111 Bookkeeping in three montna than they do in six. Draughon can convince you. A Itifl 75 per cent of the United States Court tReport-OnUI1 JJ era write the system of Shorthand Draughon teaches, because they know it is THE BEST.' For FPEE CATALOGUE and booklet "Why Learn Telegraphy?" which explain all, call on or wrjte JOHN F. DRAUGHON, President., Good Positions CHflDTH llrill DRRUGHOH'S PRACTICAL BUSINESS COLLEGE, laeoaroKATiu V U-i- a ttt iar KVANSVILLE, ADUCAU, NASHVILLE, ST. LOUW, SPKINGFIELD, MEMPHIS, iPfffiSi l'-- l i i .! y ' m .-- - HW1 HARTFORD PROCLAMATION to fhe People of xne mignny to And the Surrounding Comities. Don't Fail H 1 H Attend H H H K 1 H( H H 1 H 1 H 1 H 1 H 1 B B H STORE WILL BE CLOSED Tuesday, January 17, and Wednesday, January 18. An array of assistants will be busy day and night arranging and marking down the Entire Stock, be patient and reserve your trading for this sale. Two days, --sAT . II Wlbbl WANTED! 25 n B H V THE NEW YORK STORE HARTFORD, ? WANTED! ' EXTRA SALESPEOPLE 725 Both ladies"and men for this great J. D. REED, PROPRIETOR SURRENDER SALE Apply at once in person KENTUCKY. at the New York Store Sale Commences Promptly January II LASTING ONLY 20 DAYS, ENDING SATURDAY, FEBRUARY DOOMED 19, 1911 DOOMED AT 9 O'CLOCK P. M. $10,000 Worth of seasonable up to date merchandise, consisting of Dry Goods, Clothinjr, Shoes, Hats, Ladies and Mens' Furnishing Goods will be distributed into the homes of the people for less than the actual cost of the raw material. This entire $10,000 stock is on sale and nothing' reserved. Everything must go in this mighty Surrender Sale and will be at the mercy of the public to be slaughtered for twenty days, beginning Thursday, January 19, 1911. at 9 o'clock a. m. all of Bear in mind every Suit of Clothe3, Pair of Shoes and all Furnishings and also style. our Ladies' Ready to Wear goods are all brand new of this We can only mention a few of the many great bargains, but make and styles You get nothing but the best in quality and latest in seisons vourseif . So come early, come often, come every day while lowest prices of a century prevail. come and see for $10,000 $200.00 REWARD OFFERED! J, D. Reed has hereby offered a reward of Two Hundred Dollars to any person or persons who will be able to furnish proof that goods were sold during this entire iJO days of said Surrender Sale at a higher price than advertised in this circular. Our Great Iron-CladGuaran- tee Signed By Mr. J. D. Reed Clothing Department. Men's Suits In Single or double Breasted all In up to date styles peg top pants with side buckles, worth twice the amount we aire asking ail go Jn this great Surrender $3.69 Sale per Suit" 3.99 $8.50 Men's Suits 5.G8 $10.00 Men's ults 6.89 $12.00 Men's Suits $7.50 $15.00 $18.00 $6.50 $10.00 $15.00 $2.00 $3.50 ' Your money cheerfully refunded if you are not satisfied with your purchase you make at this sale. No questions or explanations required in refunding money ONE PRICE TO YOU ALL! Every article in this Surrender Sale will have a white tag attached to it with its Sale price marked in plain figures, so a child, as well as a grown person, can buy at this Surrender Sale without fear of things being1 over charged. $1.50 $4.00 $1.50 $2.00 Dry Goods. yards bast Calico Aynon Gingham 10c Apron Gingham 10 lOo 39c 4 C l-- 2c l-- heavy Flooiod Line! Shirts 3Sc or Drawers 50c Mon'a Ribbed Shirts or Draw50c Men's ers 7c $1.25 Amaskog Gingham 71-2- 10c Dross Gingham 10c yawl wido Porcal 10c, 15c Suiting c 7 l-- He 71-2- Outing all colors 10c and 15c Dross Flanuelots Cc Cotton, flannol 10c Cotton Flannol 10c c . .7 7 l-- 2c 41-2- c l-- 2c 10c ShtoUng at 7c Domtntlc Bleached or unUloachod a very good quality .'....4c oc Yard wido Drown Dontostlc 7c A vory flno Domoatlc ,7c Hoikj Uloaoh Dumostlc 7 10c and 12 Domestic 35c Hoavy Woolen DrosSiJJoods colors at Uio Surrender 20c Salo 35c Rod and "Whlto Flannol ....10c 25c Uod tund Whlto Flannol He 35c Tablo Ivinen 19c DOc 31c Tiblo Linen 30c 75c Tablo Lin on 17c Tablo Oil Cloth Flvo thousand yds of different kfhds of pleoo goods such as Calicous, Ginghams, Dross Goods of all kinds .will be sold during tho great Surrender Sale at nearly one-ha- lf of our regular f juice to curly buyers will roan the l-l-- Men's all Wool Shirts ers In Red or Whlto 25c Children's Union Suto 3Sc 50c Ladlea Union Suits $2.00 Men's or Ladies Swwitera ..$1.19 50c Lau3 or Men's Swmliara ..38c 19c 35c Ladlos Vest or Panto, 35c Boys Shirts or Drawers ....19c 75c Men'a heavy Top Shlntjs ....39c $1.00 Men's all Wool Top Shirts 79c $1.75 Men's all Wool Top 8alrt3l.il 19c 35o Men's Work Shirts 19c, 35c Boys Work Shirts .;' 38c 50c Men's Work Shirts !3Cc 50c Men's Drass Shirts 33c 50c Boys Dress Shirts 3D5 75c Men's Dross Shirts 79c- $1.00 Men's Dross Shirts . $1.50 Men's Dress Shirts all colors 89c Ha Linen Collars 5c 10C Suspenders ; 8c Rubber CoJlara 7c 15c Suspenders 19c 25c to 50c Soapendera 25c Gloves Men's or Ladle) . ...18o 89c $1.00 to 1.50 Men's Gloves 38c or Draw84c 10c $2.00 $2.50 $3.50 $1.25 $2.50 $3.50 $3.50 , ....1.42 Dress Shoes 1.69 Dress Shoes 2.38 Gun Maal Shoes 92c , Men's Arties to $3.50 heavy work Shoes l.b9 to 4.00 high top Boots ....2.78" tu'4.00 Men's Dness Shoes-sucas Gun Metal, Patent leather lace to 79c Blankets 5.50 Blannkets- - all Wool 2.89 89c Comforts $1.19 to 2.50 Comfort3 Hosiery and. Notion Department. Pln3 .... . .- lc lc or button $1.50 $2.00 $2.00 $1.00 $2.50 Suits ....11.C9 3.68 Youth's Suits 4.J9 Men's Overcoats 8.19 Men's Overcoats Knee Suits at ., ...1.29 ..2.39 Knee Suits $4.50 to 5.00 "Knee Suits with Knickerbocker pants all wool guaranteed at this great Sale while they .4? $2.98 last $6.50 Knee Suits Blue Serge ..4.15 $1.50 Men's ftPants with side buck- Men's Su'Its to 20.00jtMen's 8.30 Boys Shoes at 1.09 to 250 Boys fine Shoes. ..1.73 Ladles Vlcl Kid Shoes 1... 1.29 Ladles Arctics .... .....74c ' Ladles Viol Kid Shoes ..1.68 $3.00 to 3.50 ladles Gun Metal button Or Lace at this Great Surrender $1.82 Sale while they Oast t $1.75 Ladles heavy Shoes 1.19 $3.00 to 3.50 Ladles fine Shoes in Lace or Button Patent Leather all sizes at $2.19 Children's Shoes ail sizes from 12c up to $1.19. at.: $2.84 Needles Pencils ....' . ., Pearl Buttons .... .' Hooks and Eyes Safety Pins all sizes .., 5c Bras3 Pins . ... Hair Pins (wire) .... '....-- . - lc 2c ..2c ...3c 3c 2c 4c 7c Gray Sox Gray Sox, or Hose-.- .. Men's Half Wool Sor; Men's all Wool Sox lie 19c les $2.00 $3.00 $4.00 Men's Men's Pants Pants Pants ,!, 89c $1.19 1.38 2.89 Women's Department. $15.00 $10.00 $8.00 $4.00 $5.00 $6.00 $7.50 $10.00 $6.00 to 5.00 Hat and Cap Department. 16c , 25c Men's Caipa ..19c 35c Men's or Boys Caps 7c 15c Work Caps 50c to $1.00 Men's or Boys Cups.. 38c Men's Jeans (Pants all wool ...,89c Men's Corduroy Pants $1.19 $3.00 to 3.50 Man's Corduroy Pants 1.89 50c to 75c Knee' Pants 33c $1.00 Knickerbocker Pants 49o Men's heavy Work Coats $1.19 Ladles Suits i $8.98 Ladles Suits :.6.39 Ladles Suits .... 3.68 Ladles Tailor Made Skirts at 2.68 Skirts Skirts Skirts 2.98 3.84 .... .Advantage. Shoe Department. Men's Brogan Shoes all solid Leather guaranteed at $1.09 $1.50 Men's Brogans v.. 1.18 1.39 $1.75 Men's Stone Crushers $2.00 Men's all Rubber Antics ..1.03 Furnishing Department. 35c Men's Bhlnts or Drawers 45c Moti's Shirts or Drawers 1.00 lCc ....10c to 1.25 Men's Union Suite ..78c $1.50 $2.00 $3.00 $2.00 79o Men's liats 89c to 2.50 Mou'a Hats , to 4.00 J, B. S. Hats ....$l.C9 1.U9 to 3.00 Man's Derbyu 6,93 Silk V6lle Skirts Ladles long Coats Blk only 258 $7.50 Long Coats '.V, ..,.3.98 ' $10.00 Long Coats 4.61 Bear Skin Coats , 1.68 ,'li74 $3.50 Mlsse3 Long Coats $5.00 Mlssea Long Coats 2,63 $1.00 Blankets 49c t.. U.69 Black or Tan Sox .... ..... ."...7c 19c 25c Men's Sox ' Black or Tan Hose ....7c Fleece lined How 25c Fleece 19c MA Hose 25c Ladles fancy Hose ...12c 10c Children's Hose 7c 12c 20c Tiger Brand Hose Embroideries and Laoes at nearly half price during this great Surrender Sale 10c Towels each . .,,, ., .,4c 20c Towels each ..7c 50c pure Linen Towels each .... ..19c 33c 50c Overalls, Of Jacteets .......... c $1.00 Overalls, $2.50; Slickers $1.50 $2.50 $3.50 $3.00 $5.50 W Jacket JfTf. 81c 8 Suit, Pwaa Suit" ..;. , t79c ,$1-2- ' dues Suit Cases to 6.50 Trunk ..... Ladies Gripps from 3to to 65c. Trunk 1.S9 1A8 3.98 that this sale will be a legitimate sale from start to finish. Hence all tho accompanying guarantees. Besides the reputation of J, D. Reed ia too well known to thecommunity for any daubts-t- o enter any ones mind, but that all promises made in this circular will be f ullfilled in good fajth and to the letter. To stay away from this gr;eat sale is like throwing your dollarsaway. Can be confident nnrjp DfTRT If lllCf r UDJUlV of the extreme low prices quoted on thi3 circular, positivelyno jcoode will be Bold on credit On account THIS ME AITS ?OU! " The entire front of this store will be covered with red and white lettered signs and banners with theiwerds, SURRENDER SALE printed on same. The hour is set and the dale you away from this mighty "Surrender-Sale.Remember the place across the street from Cooper & Co. Livery Stable. "I We are expecting enormous crowds at DC? OAnrfFTlNITr 1 this Sale, therefore we will ask the JTiXlI-lpublic to be patient and wait for your turn. Plenty extra salespeople wjll be on hand to serve you. We ask the public to promptly report all complaints as to any discourtesy shown them. We wish to strongly emphasize that we want everybody, that attends this xreat sale to feel perfectly at home, and be treated with due respect. DH l , is '." appointed. , So it nothing keep THE NEW YORK STORE J.D.Reed,Proprietor IMITATORS, BEWffRE Hartford, Kentucky OF rs